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Canyon Sunday News (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Canyon, Texas Sunday March 31, 1974the Canyon sunday news mrs. Taylor Neal Hughes Nee Barbara Ann Lundquist Lundquist Hughes wed in Minnesota Large new selection of painted needlepoint kits with yarn i Price Sale new shipment of needlepoint canvases with worked pattern Sale i Price miss Barbara Ann Lundquist became the Bode of Taylor Neal Hughes Friday evening at 7 30 at the Wakefield Chapel of the Way Zata Community Church in Way Zata Minn. The Rev. Bruce bark Hau congregational minister officiated the ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Vernon h. Lundquist of Minnetonka Minn. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Charles j. Hughes of Claude tex., formerly of Canyon. Matron of Honor for the wedding was mrs. Joan inn Worth of Mccreary Manitoba Canada. Susan Lundquist of Minnetonka Minn was bridesmaid for the ceremony. Best Man for the wedding was Richard Fischenich of Lubbock. Groomsman was Rick Wolcott also of Lubbock. Danes 5th ave. South Side of the Square 10 00 am to 6 00 pm Mon. Thru sat. Serving As Ushers were Bruce Brinkworth of Mccreary Manitoba Canada and Bill Smith of Minneapolis Minn. Following the ceremony there was a reception in the Fellowship Hall. The Bride received her Bachelor of arts degree in american studies from the University of Minnesota in 197l she is now employed As a receptionist at the Texas tech University school of Medicine in Lubbock the Groom received his Bachelor of science degree in biology from West Texas state univer sity in 1971. He received a certificate of physical therapy from the University of Texas southwestern school of Medicine in 1972. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity at Etsu. He is now a resident of Lubbock. Jowell club discusses Home plumbing members of the Jowell Home demonstration club met recently in the Home of mrs. Jim Mcmanigal. During the regular business meeting members heard reports from mrs. Ervin Davis about the District Thea convention to be held in Borger april 18. A program about simple Home repairs was then presented by mrs. Bob Mccasland. Members of the club studied water faucets and Learned the parts and How to replace the washers. New officers for the coming year were elected. They Ere mrs. Jimmy Shetz president mrs. Ervin Davis vice president and mrs. Mcmanigal Secretary trea surer. Mrs. Mcmanigal was also elected the club s woman of the year. New members of the club present at the meeting were mrs. . Rahlfs and mrs. . Miller. Other members present were mrs. Dietz mrs. Davis mrs. Pete Leavitt mrs. Bill Van meter mrs. . Culp mrs. Mccasland mrs. Is Elliott mrs. Earl Davis and mrs. Mcmanigal. The next meeting of the club will be april 24 with mrs. Pete Leavitt giving a blender demonstration after a covered dish luncheon. The club will sponsor a fun Day april 1. Manlyn Robinson Neblett wed in Calif mrs. Dorothy Burrow Neblett of Canyon and Irby b. Carruth of Austin were married saturday. March 30th at 4 00 . At the Home of mrs Neblett s daughter mrs. Clay Perkins in san Diego Calif. Members of the family at the wedding were the Perkins the Charles Robert Neblette of hous ton and Stanley Carruth of aus tin. After a trip to Mexico or and mrs. Carruth will return to the Panhandle to make their Home in Canyon. Robinson a plan wedding or and mrs l Robinson of Canyon announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Manlyn Lusk to Tun Payne the son of or and mrs Tom Payne of i m larger the wedding w ill be april h at 7 at the Trinity lutheran Church in Amarillo with the Rev. R i Freden Ekson. Pastor officiating a reception will follow 1� the Church youth build my miss Robinson is a student at Canyon High school and is employed at West Texas arts. Payne a graduate of Canyon High school is now a student at Texas state technological Ensti tute in Amarillo he is also employed at King trailer in Ama Rillo. Alpha Theta Delta meets in Grimes Home coming to Canyon Betty Baxter Canyon Assembly of god Church april 5-6-7-8 members of Alpha Theta Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently in the Home of Virginia Grimes. The meeting conducted by the president Judy Hill began with the members reciting the opening ritual. Plans were made for the pledge ritual to be held at the next meeting in the form of a Tea. The Tea will Honor pledge Martha Bethel and the new transfers Linda Daniels Vickie Stone Sherlene Hayes and Donna Pittman. Also at the meeting officers for the coming year were elected. They Are Mary Alice Hines president sue Lewis vice president mrs. Daniels recording Secretary mrs. Pittman corresponding Secretary mrs. Grimes treasurer mrs Hayes City Council Delegate and mrs. Bethel alternate Delegate. The program for the meeting was about Art and was presented by Theresa Jewis. She then showed a film on the Valentine Ball. Angle food cake and sherbet ice Cream were served to Naja Maxwell mrs. Hines mrs Hill new pledges for the Delta Zeta social sorority at West Texas state University Are left to right. Jeri Miller Merriellen Ever Ellen Laughan Diane Boyles Karol Terry Dona Wallace a president of the pledges Dianna Allen Cathy dear and Vestal. Sue Hite study club discusses Texas youth Jeannie Kuhlman Lucille Robin son Linda Conway mrs Hayes Theresa Lewis mrs. Bethel sue Jewis. Cindy Stevenson mrs. Daniels and mrs. Grimes. Voag contest this week at it area High school vocational agriculture teams will meet for a contest at West Texas state University Panl 6. The teams will be competing in the areas of poultry crops Dairy products grasses land judging Range and pasture Dairy and livestock Over 10o area i teams Are expected to come together in Canyon for the meet. They will have the use of the Etsu activities Center and will lunch in the cafeteria. Block and bundle club will also award a $200 scholarship to an outstanding vocational student Fra at 2 30 . That saturday. Results of the Competition will be announced at that time. The sue Hite study club meet ing recently in the Home of Ermyle Cooper featured a pro Gram entitled a Texas accent n youth a selected quote a i like to see a Man proud of the place in which he lives and 1 like to see a Man live so that his place will he proud of him was one of several Given by Edith Priddy As she set the tone for the program Beulah Miller program chair Man presented Zoe Henry the discussion reuder along with her assistants Pauline Brown and Bonnie Hinger discussion members pointed out that today we exist As a country with half the population under 25 years old and the present generation is the first to grow up with completely modern parents reflecting Many Breaks with Long time traditions they said that Young people Are constantly being expected to live up to Many stated values that Are not theirs and with less adult association and that Many do not accept the demands of adults but regress to a state of adolescence according to the club members. Youth today seem to have become the greatest economic liability to the adults because Many do not become Independent and push out on their own. They seem to live a life full of Many choices but with few permanent ties. Group members said that the open or closed marriage pattern is the Choice offered Young adults. Also in a permissive affluent society there is great striving Lor Equality and responsibility but often Little privacy they said then seems to is a need for parents and youth to do More sharing More listening and More Loving one of the weaknesses seems to be an apparent inability to distinguish our needs from our greed following the meeting mrs Miller conducted a business meeting. Lois Prichard requested All to search for old yearbooks to Complete the files for the 30 year Celebration. Her committee has located 194 former members of the club. Alma Perkins will serve As new vice president and program chairman for 1974-73. Ruth Henson Scotty Cain and mrs Miller Are slated to represent the club in Borger april 2 for the top o Texas Federated club convention Clam a Gnu Slack will be attending As a District Board member. Mrs Miller will give the club report cheese balls cookie mints and Coffee were furnished by a a hostesses mrs Slack Mary Townsend and Eunice hag Gard. On monday april 22, the sue Hite club will meet on the third floor of tin Panhandle Plains historical museum in the film room continuing the theme for the year of America what time is it a forum consisting of Betty Stoker Audrey june and mrs Cain will present quot we vision our future hostesses will be mrs Henson Virginia Crousee Della Tolliver Martha Goodman mrs Brown and Margaret Ole vote City elections april 2 vote Democrat i d l i it a adv for 1�?~hii Charlain a a i Aid for by i a Liu Hogan. .�10 Paramount. Amarillo. Tai l a nth a by the it an von new 1600 5lh an Chas. Charles Hogan Yon a 71�s� for Randall county clerk to payers -\0�b of on May 20, 1973 i wrote a letter that was published in the Canyon news setting Forth my these were my views then these Are my views now since then the City commission has approved the expenditure of $18,913� 7 to pay just for a quot design a by a firm of architects for what they impressively Call quot the Canyon City they Point out lamely that this Money came from quot a surplus in the water funds. The purpose of the City a operation of the water system is to serve people not to make a profit. Having a big surplus or. Sand Why Sidn a a they reduce the water rates to help the 2,�97 Canyon water users struggling to pay their taxes and Bills instead of drawing up plans to build a Millio Dollar quot Complex quot yes quot Complex quot in an article in the Amarillo Globe hews of february 197, j. C. Lilly director of finance for the City of Amarillo is quoted As saying. Quot the amount a City receives in Revenue sharing funds depends upon in parti the amount it collects in property taxes. Ilm Ella a taxes you reduce the amount your co. Of a Rev a do or. A ring a a ads my or More certain to increase our Bills until for All these funds come out of your pocket Iise. I can anything be simpler every tax payer goes broke and mine who work and pay and i a and there Are definite departments which need adequate facilities. And yet the present City commission does no to even think those who pay the Bill Sho Era have he Rio it to Voie on a million Dollar i say they or. Believe in hard work and frugality. I m anxious to do my part Lor Cany i will appreciate your vote april 2, 197b for the Canyon City commission. A it a a m n pall Cou it this is the Best Way i Cari let you know Tir t i am running for office As your commissioner in the City of Canyon. 1 have Beer a re is Dea t of Canyon our smal business working steadily to Render a Servici Foite citizens helping e am a living and Educa Ting or childrers for pc years. I Hope you agree with the goals i am setting Forti i will work hard i april 2, 197. Your behalf if you elect or which "3 May Good government win with lowering of min x j budget vice charge t a and e w e sent a Broad it Texas state ? Industry. A leaner cd to w Ai Yon to our a a e a f umber thorough ars 1 will do my Best to protect right to vote on All major issues involving Taxa to on. War a a r e a a All of at All times 1 sir Public May attend governed by you. Yon i Osi Oner of Canyon i Teresi. Our com an i with represent you Best of my ability n meetings so the City and Shou 1 d be pc 97i ��.����0�o�50� a pm pol adv paid for by Max it s. Beth i in Paon a a pall or or Canyon Texas 790i it printed 0y the any new it i5o0 it the ave Canyon Texas 79013

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