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Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. I'm not gonna say a thingson was missing in LakeandCassie Lyles on Saturday. havebeen. Congratulations to about the weather today. No Texoma. The young man, 12 Debbie remained for an ex- these folks. need in it. It's just like it has years old, was fishing with tended visit with her mom. The musical over at the " been for weeks. Hot and Dry. some friends when his line got Saturday was her birthday so Knox CountyAging Center on It's beena pretty busy week- tangled up and in an attempt they helped her celebrate, the second Tuesday of the ~nd with everything going on to get it loose, he got too far The Wainscott-Lyles wed- month has proved to be a and everyone wanting to take out in the water and lost his ding on Saturday as beautiful pretty good deal. It's a good part in some or all of the footing and went under. After and well attended. No way to place to hear lots of good mu- ,=vents. The Knox County Ad- 19 hours, his body was recov- tell who all from Benjamin sic, visit friends, and enjoy a venture Days "happenings"ered around noon on Sunday. was there but there were cer- potluck meal. It's just a good proved to be quite successful. The boy lived at Gainesville. tainly was a bunch- and a good place to enjoy some good en- Lotsoffolksenjoyedthetowns Of course; we extend sympa- crowd at the reception too. The tertainment. and the goings on in Munday thy to his family. Funeral ser- young couple are now on their Jan and Fred Carver had a and Knox City plus enjoying vices are pending at this time. honeymoon and will reside in houseful during the weekend a hamburger lunch to benefit Here N There Temple when they return, for the wedding of Cody and :he fourfire departments in the Lorene Powers spent last Jessica Moorhouse of Cassie. Visiting were Jerry :ounty on Saturday at noon. week with her daughter and Abilene was here on Friday Don and Barbara Andersonof I'heburgers, drinks, chips, and family and with friends in night andjoined the rest ofher Hewitt, Dennis and Evelyn :lesserts were great and it was Midland. family for a dinner honoring Anderson of Abilene, John ~uch a good time to visit. Ev- Debbie Clower spent thetheir dad (and granddad), and Patty Carver of Taft, ~ryone seemed to really enjoy weekend with her sister and Mike, for Father's Day.Darren and Brandi Eschle and ~verything, family and her son Michael The Keep Benjamin Beau-Madison of Flower Mound, Sympathy today to the faro- and his wife in the Dallas area. tiful group has begun to select Gary, Stasia and Ryan Antilley fly of Ray Speck who passed Jackie Jr. and Cindy young the Yard of the Month again, of Wingate, Callie and Ryder away on Friday. He had been of Round Rock and Debbie May's winner was Corrine Antilley and Justin Laird of in failing health for a while. Neff of Boca Raton, Florida, Parrish and the winner for Winters, Ricky, Heather, Bella His funeral was today in Knox were here for the weekend to June is Teresa and Markand Ashburn Carver of City. visit their morn, Mary Jane Kuehler. That's an honor any- Abilene, Dorothy Carver of Mike Young received word Young. They also came for the time but they really deserve Knox City, Jacy, Jara, Talon, Saturday that his step-grand- wedding of Cody Wainscott recognition as hot and dry as and Lexie Collins of Munday, it has been. It's a lot of work, and Tyler Collins and a friend, and quite costly to keep any- . Kelly, of Lubbock. Ultimate thing pretty the way things in Design. Workmanship. Quality We can furnish you with completely inspected and guaranteed I~B'Ul~yq Send us a photo of your recent catch - we'll memorials made print it! email to from beautiful Granite or and use the subject line "Fish Tales" or bring Marble I the photo by our office at 111 East B Street. Be sure to tell us who is in the Our Monuments photo and where are personally See us today the catch was made.! : guaranteed by us. 46SYti::Sa:fM::m:;nt McCauley-Smith o. As :thnv:' e:ht.:nakr;mr Funeral Home @( s,per,o~,oo,h ..... Munday, TX (940j 422-4242 ~ ~- ~ TO BY: 1 New Arrivals ACROSS t TX Dan Blocker's "Bonanza" rolo 5 TXism: "he's bright as _ __ penny" 6 this Thomas waS 1st TX woman in U.S. House 7 TX Billy Sol was a film, _ artist 8 town in Coryell & Lampasas Cos. 17 Adam& 18 =The Big Easy" 21 dir. toTyler from Weco 22 TX white httttero "The Ranger" 23 TXism: =she could talk the legs off stove~ 24 TXism: =just cause a chicken haS wings don't -- "can ify" 29 unaccompanied 30 home of 17 across (or Concho Co. town) 31 Santa __. TX 32 Tax-Max sauce made with a juicy frail (2 wds.) 34 this John was PGA champ in '91 35 World of TX is in San Antonio 36 this Fray Damlan set up 1st Spanish mmsmn in TX 37 TX Janls died of drug over 38 unpleasantly damp 39 actor in film "Black Gold" about an oil wildcatter 4l this Llatzke won '81 TX Byron Nelson Classic 42 TX Robby Banson film: -- to BUlio Joe" 4.3 Gulf dslngs 44 TXIsm: "we __ OUt our differences" 45 actor Studi of "Dances With Wolves" 46 " the season" 47 Reliant Stadium and Ballpark In Arlingtoqn 48 national park in Calif, 2T~ 11 2 ' 3 4 5 6 7 8 21 ................... --I -- 29 33 by Charley & Guy Orbison o,*:a_ ~ Brv~ 10 14 15 16 ! 2O ........... r .... V ............. P- )05 50 inhabitants of Serbia 51 "Big D" abbr. 12 TXIsm: "want it _ 52 TXism:"it bad I could spit" 52 or lose It" 13 San Augustine: 53 53 TX Rangers "The o were first paid Texas" 34 TXism:" a $1.25 day 14 in Young Co. on 114 bull give milk?" DOWN 15 blood vessel (no) 16 TXism:=within 35 dryheat bath 1 Adington residentsshot" (near) 37 TXism: "wearing pelda 19 open basture (or 27 JoeTexsang hlsrodeo parede tax to build Garth Brooks tune) "One Monkey Donloutfil" the Ballpark 20 TXns prefer "snuck" Stop _ 38 male honeybee 2 TX Tanya's" 22 the 28 TXism: "black as 40 TXlam for "bye" at s Time" of Atlantis the --- of a 41 James Garner 3 shawl worn south 24 this Mickey hit coffin" played this of the TX border first Astrodome 29 TXism: "got soma Mavedck brother 4 wet area in East TX homer (init.) shut eye" 44 TX perennial 9 WWllatombomber 25 this Myers designed '30 TXism:"nohUl47 horbe that walks Gay the TX capitol (init.) for a stepper" with an easy gait 10 inLamarCo, on82 26 TXism:"tameas33 rere bird found at 49 TXiam:"wipathe il reverence, wonder _ dog" Bentsan State Park slate clean" Complete Line of Irrigation Supplies From 'Pivot to Pipe' Gary Kuehler (940) 422-5504 or (800) 687.1228 I See Classified Page For Solution I Braden Allen, Urbanczyk Kevin and Tamara Urbanc- zyk are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Braden Allen. Braden was born on March 2, 2011 at 5:23am. He weighed 8 lbs. 8.8 oz and mea- sured 22 inches long.. Proud grandparents are Marsha and Kerry. Quade of Knox City, Mark McGaughey of Knox City, Kevin Urbanczyk, Sr of Goree, and Julie and Wayne Keeling of Lubbock. Great- Grandparents are Pansy Hines of Lubbock, Peggy McGaughey of Knox City, and Byron and Shirley Gass of Goree. Braden was also Wel- comed home by many excited aunts, uncles, and cousins. SHOP FIRST &rpffort vnur local hu,sinesse~.,. becaose every penny counts Tat: MUNDAY COURIER THURSDAY JUNE 23, 2011 PAGE 3 Roth IRA: A Lifetime Investment Some investments are appropriate during your working years, while others are more suitable for retirement. But a Roth Indi- vidual Retirement Account (IRA) can provide you with ben- efits at virtually every stage of your life. Let's take a quick "journey" through some of these stages to see just how valu- able a Roth IRA can be. To begin with, you can open a Roth IRA at any age, pro- vided you have earned income and meet certainincome limits. So if you're just starting out in your career, put as much as you can afford into your Roth IRA and gradually increase your con- tributions as your income rises, up to the contribution limit. A Roth IRA is an excellent retirement savings vehicle because it can grow tax free and your contributions can be invested into just about any investment you choose -- 'stocks, bonds, mutual funds, CDs and so on. Of course, when you're young, you might not be thinking much about retirement. But the e~irlier you start contributing to a Roth IRA, the more you could end up with -- and the differ- ence could be substantial. In fact, if you started putting money into a Roth IRA at age 30, and you contributed the maximum amount each year until you reached 65, you would accumulate more than $766,000, assuming you are in the 25% tax bracket and you earned a 7% return, compounded annually. But, given the same assumptions, you'd end up with only about $365,000 if you waited until 40 before you started contributing. It clearly pays to contribute early and annually to a Roth IRA. (In 2011, the annual contribution limit is $5,000, or $6,000 if you're 50 or older.) There are additional benefits to funding a Roth IRA, such as its flexible withdrawal options, which are available to you even before you retire. Since you already paid taxes on the money you put into your Roth, you can withdraw your contributions at any time without paying taxes or penal- ties. Generally speaking, it's certainly best to leave your Roth IRA intact for as long as possible. But if there's an emergency and you need access to the funds, you can also withdraw yore Roth's earnings tax free, provided you've held your account at least five years and you don't start taking withdrawals until you've reached 59 I/2. Now, let's fast-forward to your retirement. Unlike other re- tirement accounts, such as a traditional IRA or a 40 i (k), yore Roth IRA does not require you to start taking withdrawals at age 701/2 -- or ever. If you don't need the money, you can leave it alone, possibly to grow further; for as long as you like. This means that you might have more money to bequeath to your children or other beneficiaries, and they won't have to pay income taxes on withdrawals from either your contribu- tions or your earnings, provided your Roth IRA account has been open for at least five years. Keep in mind, though, thai your beneficiaries will be required to take distributions based on their life expectancy. As you can see. a Roth IRA can be an excellent financial "traveling companion" as you gothrough life. So consider add- ing a Roth to your portfolio -- and bon voyage. This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. Edward Jones, its associates and Financial Advisors do not provide tax or legal advice. GOES INTO RETIREMENT. HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT TAXES AS WELL? It's likely that your retirement income Inav eome from manv sources, such as Social Security. pension distributions, a 40l(k) or IRA withdrawals. That~ wh~: if taxes are a concern tor you. it~ inti~)rtatu to cht~r-,e the rigtit inv(~ments for wmr portfolio. ,~,1 Edward Jones, we have many ol)tions thai Ran ~ve you more control over Vollr taxe~ so VOII (',all enjoy what VOII'Ve worked so hard to achieve. Edward Jones. tts 0tflployees and financial advisors cannot provide tax advice. You should consult with a Qualrfied tax speczahst for protessmnol advice on your specdic situation. Call today to see how our unique, face-to-face approach makes us best-suited to help long-term investors meet their current needs and future financial goals. Gary D. Decker Carri Murphree 106 South Swenson 109 E. McHarg Stamford. 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