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June 10, 1982

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The Munday Courier, Thursday, Jul?e 10, 1982, Page 5 , a member of Knox County 4-H club, succeeded Jill Wright, as treasurer of the Rolling Plains - 3 4-H District Coun- were elected at the annual meeting in late May, and will for the major district activities through the coming year. and Mrs. Bob Cude of Goree, and is a May graduate of e of From Leisure Lod, BY CHERYL BERRYHILL Rev. K. E. Woolley of Benjamin conducted Bible Study on Friday afternoon for the residents. Mrs. Haskell To Host Play Night The Haskell Horse Club will sponsor a play night the Saturday, June 12, at 7:30 p.m., at the Haskell Rodeo Arena. Age groups are eight and under, nine to fourteen, fif- teen" to eighteen, with a novice in eight and under and nine to fourteen. Events will include barrels, flags and poles. Trophies will be given to first, secohd and third place winners, and rib- bons will be given for other pl ees. An open events is planned for eighteen and Over age groups. on A concession stand will be open. Benjamin Arena was a beehive of activity on Sun- day, May 30, 1982, when the Knox County 4-H Horse Show was held. Winners in the various divisions were announced as follows: Halter Classes Registered mare - Shawn Cude, first; Leah Boone, second. Registered gelding - Brand Cude, first; Kemp Jones, second; Mark Daniel, third. Grade mare Kelley Boone, first; Kim Cash, second. Grade gelding - Wesley Cash, first. Grand champion mare - Kelly Boone; reserve cham- pion, Shawn Cude. Grand champion gelding - Brand Cude; reserve cham- pion - Wesley Cash. Performance Classes Western Pleasure - first through 8th: Leah Boone, Brand Cude, Kemp Jones, Wesley Cash, Shane Spinks, Karen Daniels, Tres Pierce and Kim Cash. Western Riding - first through 7th: Leah Boone, Kelly Boone, Kemp Jones, Brand Cude, Shawn Cude, Wesley Cash and Kim Cash. Horsemanship first through 9th: LeahBoone, Kelly Boone, Shawn Cude, Woolley played the piano Kemp Jones, Wesley Cash, and Dovey Partridge led the Karen Daniel, Ires Pierce, singing. Kim Cash and Brand Cude. Volunteers from the Mun- Showmanship first day Senior Citizens group conducted the Sing-Along for the residents on Saturday |t's A Girl afternoon. Jim and Ina Homer of Bryan and Candy Key of Fort Worth visited his Graham are proud to an- mother, Anna Homer, on nounce the birth of their Saturday. daughter, Allison Whitney, Fred and Zona Searcey born May 29, 1982, in the and granddaughter, Brandy Graham General Hospital. Dowries, of Grand Prairie Allison weighed 7 lbs. IV2 visited Mrs. Zora Melton and oz., and was 18 inches long. Gillie Lewis on Sunday. Maternal grandparents are Bill and FIo Coldren of Sils- The Munday Church of Christ conducted Sunday af- bee, Texas. Paternal grand- ternoon church services for parents are Dwight and Mar- the residents, jorie Key of Munday. Maternal great-grand- Many thanks to all our wonderful volunteersfor parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. their time this week. L. Boyett of Silsbee and Mr. ***** and Mrs. L. W. Coldren of *~' ~"-' Salinas Colorado. Paternal 'l~d to buy or sell an great-grandparents at= Dr. item? Try The Courier's and Mrs. E. F. Robertson of classified section. Olney. PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 12 Munday, Texas I mflq-ce til t, -fing. 2500 PSi co=. timMws working presswe intermittent swge pressures to 4000 PSI. Mewfechwed to speciflcetm and stmderds R.mms ,m mm wers b / tie. 1425 3V2" x 8" OSBOImES e lie. 1-827 4" x 8" OSIOImES 10 OSlOImIS 49* per foot 79* per foot *1.15 per foot S1.49 per foot TRANSPORT CHAIN' oslmmls Sl.90 per foot $2.39 per foot 3/8" x 25' 3/8" x 50' No. 28-282 NO. 28-283 OSBORNES OSBORNES WNILi SUPPILT LAST NO RAINCNECKS through 5th: Leah Boone,Wesley Cash, Mark Daniel Brand Cude, Shawn Cude, and Sandy Patterson. Kim Cash and Kemp Jones.Barrels - first through 7th: Grand champion - Leah Kelly Boone, Brand Cude, Boone; reserve champion - Shawn Code, Wesley Cash, Kemp Jones. Tres Pierce, Sandy Patterson Timed Events and Shane Spinks. Poles - first through 9th: Stakes Race - first through Shawn Cude, Kristi Boone, 8th: Brand Cude, Kristi Kelly Boone, Shame Spinks, Boone, Shawn Code, Kelly Brand Cude, Kemp Jones, Boone. Shane Spinks, Tres Pierce, Wesley Cash and Jones, Shane Spinks and Kemp Jones. Chad Tolson. Grand Champion - Shawn Tie-down Calf Roping - Cude; reserve champion - First, Brand Cude; secotid Brand Cude and Kelly Boone Shawn Cude. (tied). Grand Champion - Brand Roping Events Cude; reserve champion, Break-Away Roping Shawn Cude. Brand Cude, first; Shawn Judges for the show were Cude, second; third through L.H. Wall of Crowell and fifth was a tie between Kemp Wayne Rowan of O'Brien. Munday, Texas Prices Good Thm June 12, 1982 Phone422-4851 Mo~e~ ~601 TESTS 6-12-24 I Pomf spe(d, qra,.t)* *For cars, boats and farm equip- ment *Highest quality of manufacture *Designed for quick, easy use No. 23-935 OSBORNES POWER STEERING FLUID Is a non-corrosive fluid that works in all power steering systems. Keeps power steering fluid at the proper level. Prevents leaka by protecting seals and hoses. 12 oz. lle. 26-56 ! OSilORNES Seals and inflates tube and tubless tires instantly. In only 45 seconds, a flat tire can be safetly inflated withouttools. Sealing material is fully spread after driving the car miles. 12 oz. NO. 26-57 OSBORNES GO-JO Hand Cleaner 18 oz. of GO-Jo in resealable, portable can ideal for tool box, service truck, work area and home. No. 26-850 OSBORNES DURO-ELL CELLULOSE SPONGES Duro-Cell Sponges have the finest texture. They are very silky, soft, and pliable. They are extremely absor- bent, very easv to handle, and amazingly durable. 9~"x5%"x2". No. 26-19 OSIlOIINES DELUXE CHAMOIS A medium weight, velvety soft chamois, that is ex- tremely durable, square feet. No. 26-16 OSBOIINES Used for all automotove air conditioning systems. Pressurized disposable :can. 14 OZ. No. 26.110 OSBORNES d .Oll RID-X SEPTIC TANK ADDITIVE Works to keep septic tanks and cesspools trouble-free; helps prevent messy backups and foul odors. Can save hundreds of dollars in digg- ing, pumping and landscaping. No mixing need- ed. Just flush bowl. Cleans, deodorizes and keeps septic tanks and cesslX ls working at top effi- ciency. Non-caustic, safe to use. I pound. 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Refund relUeSl must be made on this I offtctal fOrm Reproductions unacceptable and sale iS prof~ibitod Void where prohibited. bcensed, restricted or taxed Allow 6 to 8 weeks for refund. REFUND REQUEST MUST BE I POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN JULY 1S, 1t~2. REQUESTS POSTMARKED I AFTER. THIS DATE WILL BE RETURNED. j m m *mm m, m m 111 la ~ m m m mm imm Im m *ll Ill m Imm m mm m II CE PRICES t NEVER QUALITY .1", REDUCE PRICES,.. . NEVER QUALITY!" iiii i #