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Grandview Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1983, Grandview, Texas To member 1983 Texas press association vol. 87 no. 40 Grandview Johnson May 20, 1983 it per copy Grandview drug will b e closed monday May 30 for memorial Day. April Lynn has a new baby brother. He was born on May 17,1983. He weighed 8 pounds 6 ounces and will be named Gregory Lyle Perkins. April wanted a sister but her dad wanted a boy. The parents Are Terry and Gloria Perkins o f Tyler. Maternal grandparents Are Keith and Winell Peck of Grandview. Gregory is their thirteenth grandchild. Maypearl Honor graduates Carol pipes has been named valedictorian and Hal Thomas Stanford salutatorian of the 1983 graduating class of Maypearl High school. Ann has achieved an average of 95.5 in her High school career and has served As president of the Beta club a National Honor society. This year she has served As editor of the annual and Secretary of the student Council. She is the seventeen year old daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth pipes of route 4, Grandview and plans on attending the University o f Mary Hardin Baylor Belton to. Hal has an average of 93.0 in his four years of High school and served As vice president of the Beta club. This year Hal was co Captain of the boys basketball team that reached the state Semi finals. He is the eighteen year old son of or. And mrs. Harrell Stanford of Maypearl and plans on attending Tarleton state University. The graduation exercises will by Friday night May 20, at 8 00 . In the Maypearl High school gym Grandview nursing Home by Ruth Henderson the residents of the Grandview nursing Home wish to express our sincere thanks to everyone who has helped and have Given so generously to make the Home a delightful place for us. Who can no longer live in their own Homes As we need daily care we Are sad As we will be saying goodbye to one of our staff members. Mrs. Linda Smith. It is with regret we see her leave us. We appreciate the Many Lovely things she has done for us As manager of the Home. We wish her happiness and we Welcome our new manager formerly a Grandview girl come Home As residents of the Home we have Felt the need for a Chapel where we can go. When we Fem the need for a quiet place where we can go to god with a prayer sometime with Joy and then again with grief and sorrow knowing that a Loving heavenly father is near and ready to give us Comfort. We want a hallowed place where the atmosphere seems to be filled with love and Comfort and we have the knowledge that gods wings Are drawing us close to him which gives us the Joy of Security and the pain Selt is less in our body and heart. As we express our love and Devotion for god. When sadness and distress comes to one of our own resident we need a 5 face where a family can gather together without being disturbed or feel crowded. When the family has to say silently the final goodbye we want just our own. Most of the residents of the Horn Are eighty or More years old which makes Church attendance very hard and we feel crowded with our a wheel chairs and walkers and too the weather often determines whether an older person should attempt getting out in All kinds of weather. With a Chapel we Are sheltered from the bad weather. We Are proud of the grandview7 nursing Home we think a Chapel would make it Complete. We shall appreciate your prayers and any help you will give to us. We appreciate the program planned for us. The three churches along with the Parker Church provides a Church service for us eat h sundae afternoon and Bible study twice a week a a a using song Friday afternoon with it r a events on thursday mornings. Oft a interrupted by the noise of the in activities. Baccalaureate service sunday May 22nd at eight of clock at the first United methodist Church the 1983 senior class will have their baccalaureate service. There will be thirty three seniors receiving their degree. Honor graduates Are Paula Marie Vanzandt and Laura Charise Jenkins. The program will Start with the seniors filing in being seated by Ushers Randy Vanzandt and Chuck Davis and usher ettes Petti Keith and Jennifer Gardner. There w ill be one song then buddy Fry will have the invocation Stephen Hatfield will have a scripture music by the youth and Bell choir of the methodist Church. Then the message by Robert Haynes and the Benediction by Travis Dennis after this All seniors will proceed out and the program will be Over. Grandview hosts county special olympians Cathy Morris is giving a Perm on her first Day of business in Grandview. She has opened up the final touch Salon which is located across from the Criner Coffee shop. She will be open from 9 30 to 6 ., tuesday thru Friday and saturday 9 30 , to 2 00 . Completing Transfer Johnson county judge Altaras right seated signs an agreement authorizing the establishment of a $26 trillion Hospital Complex and transferring the ownership to methodist affiliated hospitals. The county commissioners court yesterday voted unanimously to approve the measure. Or. Tony Goodwin senior vice Tresi Dent of Mah looks on. Standing left to right Are county commissioners . Aldridge Loyd Reese David Russell and Billy Roe. Lire ceremony came at a a Victory party and luncheon at the civic Center attended by Hospital employees and health and county officials. Skies were overcast yet the athletes arrived cheerful and ready to participate. The Parade of athletes included Alvarado ., Cleburne 1.5.d., Cleburne living Center . Cooke development Center Godley ., Grandview 1.5.d., Granbury Lillian ., Rio Vista ., and Venus In the opening ceremonies Linda Peacock director of Johnson county special education made the dedication speech and Phyllis Gandy coordinator of special olympics Sang our National Anthem following this was the Torch relay. Stephen Hatfield master of ceremonies announced to a met the games begin at 9 00. This Day was very successful. All athletes received a ribbon and a special education tee shirt. At the close of the meet the coaches voted on and awards were Given to outstanding girl athlete Barbie Wyatt Alvarad outstanding boy athlete Rusty Stevens Grandview and super hero Sari a Whitt. Volunteers were super several local people took part in making the Day a Success Randy Rice and Alan Neff were responsible for the track events Johnny Williams and Tom Mccullough and Mark Hathcox helped with the Field events Sharon York Robin Gaston and Gloria Tye were in charge of awards. Jayne Moore was our finish line judge. Concessions were greatly supported with a lot of work from Donna amp Rodney Ballow Bryan Tye Nancy Bridge Patsy Wynn Carol Mcwhorter John amp Darlene Wier Lillian Gandy Mary Ray and Candy Tekell. Trina Griffith did a super Job As photographer and Buck Emery kept the Rescue unit there. Lloyd and Marilyn Bohannon operated the bake Sale while Laura Mccullough helped with the extra curricular events. Support for special olympics has been outstanding throughout the Grandview Community. The following businesses organizations and individuals have been so generous in giving Money or merchandise to support this local meet and to Send 22 athletes on to the state meet in Austin May 25, 26, and 27 Davids first state Bank Grandview drug Lafleur a Grandview rotary club or. And mrs. Odell Elliott Exxon station the style Center Omer Coffee shop Bennie Bridge or. And mrs. Earl Brockette first United methodist Church or. And mrs. M. E. Nichols jr., first Baptist Church Young adult i sunday school department Tackett s . Amp appliance the Iron Skillet Grandview furniture the Grandview Tribune and the Grandview Volunteer fire department. Or. Amp mrs. Ralph Lutz of Handley spent sunday with her grandmother Ruby fleece. Larry Woolley Grandview Aff teacher or. Herb Lubke former a teacher Mark Holland Grandview a teacher. Or. Lubke was presented with a honorary chapter Parmer from the Grandview a department. This award was presented at the annual a banquet held on Friday night the 13th of May. Or. Lubke retired from teaching last year. He was a big influence on alot of Young men and women in Grandview for a Long time. Bee Caille Short course local news the poem a the Kaiser talking to hello that came out in last weeks Grandview Tribune belonged to the late mrs. F. D. Sain. She Cut it out of a Dallas paper 50 or 60 years ago and was sent to the Tribune b y her daughter mrs. Julia pipes. Mrs. Lucille Anderson of Cleburne spent tuesday with Ruby fleece. Livestock producers and other interested adults Are reminded of the beef cattle Short course to be held May 23-26 at 7 00 . In the Grandview High school vocational agriculture building. Or. Elmer Krehbiel beef cattle specialist with Texas a amp a University will conduct the program. Subjects to be covered in the Short course Are nutritional requirements Winter feeding minerals vitamins feed additives implants facilities equipment selection of bulls and cows animal identification including freeze branding crossbreeding feeder cattle grades diseases parasites reproduction Market trends and management for efficient production. Additional information May be obtained from the vocational agriculture teacher Mark Holland or Larry Woolley at 866-2491

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