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Mangum Star-News, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1976, Mangum, Oklahoma MARCH THE MANGUM STARNEWS Hooley Nominated Listed On The Business anJ Pro fessional Womens Club has nominated Carolyn CAROLYN HOOLEY Weaver Hooley as their representative in the Young Careerist Contest which is sponsored nationwide by according to Fleta District winners will be announced March 9 which Governor Boren has de clared Young Careerist Day in A state winner will be announced during the annual conference to be held in late The contest is limited to young women between the ages of 19 and Hooley is a 1968 graduate of Mangum High School and attended South western State University and Western Oklahoma State She is married to Colin Hooley and the mother of a dau second vicepresi dent of she served two years as president of the American Legion Auxi liary and is presently ser geant of She is also active in Young Home makers Jay cee Janes and the chamber of She was chairman of the Helping Hands sponsored by and of the Christmas sp onsored by Retail Mer Active in the First Bap tist Hooley serves as codirector of She is presently em ployed as bookkeeper for the Farmers Union Co operative ConnerHarris Services Held Wild Hosfs Conner a native of died suddenly He was the brother of Felma Wil Services were held Satur day in Harris retired in 1973 after 46 years in the teaching field and at that time had missed only one day of school due to He had been principal and superintendent of schools at La Luther Lahoma and Sel He was listed in Whos Who in American Education Personalities of the South and had been vicepresident of the board for Northwest Oklahoma Development Disability Immediate survivors are his wife two Gary and Joe two Janice Sue Har and Bar bara Jeanne Goad Services Held Ferman formerly of died 21 while enroute to his home in Del City from a trip to Services were held the following Tuesday in Del He was a retired electronics engineer and at one time operated a tele visionservice business in He was also a veteran of World War Surviving are his wife three daughters a son and his Ralph Bill Man a and attend ed the Bible Sfudy Group The Bible study group of the First Baptist Church met with Wild Wednesday for a study from the Book of Homa Yarbrough and Elmer Castle led the Others attending were Guy Gladys Morris and Monroe Chad The group made plans for entertaining mission aries for the World Confer ence March 24 is the next meeting date for the study Cathys Corner By Kathleen Gelnar Extension Home Economist Ahh Spring is just around the corner and with what else Spring clean If you are ready to get out the mop and bucket and the hammer and nails to clean up and fix up around your then why not get rid of hazards and clutter which might start a cause a or waste storage at the same time Get rid of such clutter as old newspapers and mag old broken toys and unused household empty broken or worn equipment and Also discard unneeded empty or nearly empty bottles or leftover bits of old medicines and broken Look for and fix any hazard which could hurt someone or cause Check ladders for Clean and service electrical Check electrical wiring and grounding sys tems for Are steps and stairs safe Are handrails handy Are they strong and ade quate Are any floor boards loose Loose ones could trip Also look for protruding nails or other sharp objects that could snag your clothing or scratch Are things hung up or store overhead securely so they wont fall on someone How much water and elbow grease you in vest depends on your energy and standards of But clearing away clutter and unneeded improving st orage checking tools and equipment and fixing hazards and other potential injurymakers will make your home safer than Robert Bent ley and Cyn thia are listed on the Presidents Honor Roll at Western Oklahoma State College for the fall Greer County students on the Deans list are Gary Donald Robert Linda Ferry James Smith and Clovis Man gum Gordon Gloria Linda Jackie Joe Kenny Kincan Joe Donald Robert Shields and Loyd To be listed on the Presidents Honor students must make straight A The Deans list requires a B average or En rollment in 12 or more hours of college work is required for academic re Arrives Here For a Visit Howard Ken is arriving this week for a visit with his Floy and together they will visit another Vellon in El Hembree and his wife have recently returned to the states after living in London for fifteen months and in Spain for three They made trips to France and north Africa while Hurd Signs Scholarship Freddie formerly of now a high school senior at signed a football scholar ship agreement with Okla homa University last Hurd has been living in Ardmore for two years with his Etta Mae He is the son of Jewell who received a picture of her son with Coach Barry Switzer of TEACHERS TO MEET Retired Teachers will meet at for lunch at Duffer Restaurant March Mangum Gardeners Meefs in Museum The Mangum Garden Club met 27 in the Old Greer County The Larry Stallings narrated slides of flower gardens and landscapes New Hawaii and Guests at the meeting were George Ike Bird well and Bur Members attending were John Opal Jones and Gordon CWU Schedules Area Workshop Church Women area will hold a training workshop March at Central Christian according to Ralph president of the Mangum Registration begins at with sessions from 10 to 2 The fee is and those at tending should bring sack The workshop concerns the CWU program for the next two Units in area B are Mangum and Representatives from unorganized communities may according to VISIT ADAMS and Bobby Lee and Roy Cotton and Amanda spent Saturday with They also visited and Bob Prater at Cotton and King are sisters of Adams and HEAR CONCERT Ben Ralph Hill and Gus Crisp attended the Bill Gaither concert at the Myriad in Oklahoma City Saturday night and were overnight guests of Crisps Glenn and her hus band in PAGE 3 CLASS TO MEET Dorcas class of the First Baptist Church will meet for breakfast at 9 Friday in Duffer Restaurant Sizes 14 to 14 to 32 You will love fashion from LIOTASAn exclusive store for the special size 4771222 102 Broadway Meet Held I ANNUAL GREER COUNTY I FAT 1 STOCK SHOW I I MARCH 678 I Hope Class of the First Baptist Church met for breakfast Thursday morn ing at Duffer Mary class gave the invoca Members attending were Lorene Daisy Verble Thelma Shirley Opal El sie Velma Mc Alene Wanda Lur lene Thelma Vera Callen and Etta Mae Day of Prdyer Sef World Day of Prayer will be observed at 2 March in the Central Christian World Day of Prayer is one of three special ob servances sponsored each year by the Church Women Persons of all faiths are invited to Sister Elk will be the speaker on the Education for All of according to Ralph president of the Mangum Visif In Virginia and John Clark honored as sailor of the Best wishes to all you have clone a fine job in getting your exhibit ready for this show RED J FORD are back from a visit with their AME1 and Perry Clark and their four daughters in Virginia was the first time for Clarks to see their newest Karri They were also present when their Son was year for his S WATCH THE RED J FORDS GO BY i Clark had just returned 1 from a cruise on the John I 213 Jefferson Phone 7823335 nillillllllllllllllllllilllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllir TO ALL I1CA At Garretts you get a 5year picture tube warr anty on all RCA Color Green Stamps and bank We give the best trade in for your old TV and we have our own service department with a com plete stock of RCA See all the RCA TVs at down to earth prices EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME 4H and FFA EXHIBITORS FAT STOCK SHOW MARCH 678 AUCTION SALE MONDAY NIGHT From a Greaf American Drug Store Winning prizes for activities in every phase of rural life comes natural to busy members of our 4H and FFA Were proud of these young people who are on their way to being fine citizens and successful Bill Greer by permission of THE BETTMANN 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