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Quanah Tribune Chief Newspaper Archives Nov 21 1982, Page 1

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Quanah Tribune Chief (Newspaper) - November 21, 1982, Quanah, Texas Community thanksgiving service sunday the annual Community thanksgiving service sponsored by the Quanah ministerial association will be held sunday night nov. 21, at the first Baptist Church at 7 . The congregations of 14 Quanah and Goodlett churches will be participating and an invitation is extended to the entire Community to attend. According to Rev. Hugh b. Daniel minister of the Quanah and Goodlett United methodist churches and president of the association the thanksgiving service is a to demonstrate both the gratitude in our hearts for the Many blessings of god upon us All and the Unity of spirit that exists among Quanah churches. We meet As the body of Christ United in Praise and to profess our own unbreakable Fellowship with one other officers of the association Are Rev. Edgar l. Fox vice president and Rev. Ernest Conrad Secretary treasurer. Churches participating will be Assembly of god Bethel Baptist Christian methodist episcopal Church of the Nazarene first Baptist first Christian first presbyterian first United methodist Goodlett Baptist Goodlett United methodist Macedonia Baptist Peoples Church St. Mary a Catholic and Trinity episcopal. Bringing messages will be Rev. Mark Stripling Rev. Danny West and Rev. Angus Thompson. Hymns will include a a America the Beautiful a a a we gather together a the a a doxology and a amazing a Community choir made up of vocalists from All the churches and led by Bob Bridges will sing a special a pentecostal fire is accompanists will be mrs. Gen Smith organist and mrs. Ruby Faye Ross pianist. Other portions of the service will include the Welcome by Robert Beck Nell Call to worship and invocation Rev. Daniel scripture lessons from psalm too by father Rudolf Renteria and from i thessalonians 5 12-28 by Rev. Tilden Armstrong prayer of thanksgiving by Rev. Edgar Fox and the Benediction by or. Bob Bau cum. A special offering will be collected from those wishing to contribute to the maintaining of outreach programs sponsored by the Quanah ministerial association. Following the service a period of visiting will be held in the Fellowship Hall of the Church with pies cakes and Coffee being served. Kids to get out for Turkey Day students attending All Quanah schools will be dismissed tuesday nov. 23, at the regular times for the thanksgiving holidays. Teachers will have a work Day on wednesday nov. 24. Classes will resume at regular times on monday nov. 29. The Christmas holidays for school students will begin tuesday dec. 21. Quarter exams will be Given on Friday and monday dec. 17 and 20. Teachers will have a work Day on tuesday dec. 21. School will resume on Jan. 3, 1983. To office closing for Holiday the Tribune chief office will be closed thursday and Friday nov. 25 and 26, for the thanksgiving Holiday. The thursday nov. 25, and sunday nov. 28, editions will be on the stands at their usual times however the deadline for the sunday edition will be noon wednesday nov. 24. The thursday edition will have its usual tuesday noon deadline. R Quanah Hardeman county Texas sunday november 21, 1982 8 pages two sections vol. 93, no. 42 by j a mice Griffin r Turkey time is almost Here. Many people will be travelling to places far and near come this thurs Day to celebrate thanksgiving with relatives and friends. With the nil football strike Over. Many Happy dads can curl up or Lay Back and snooze while watching the thanksgiving Day football games. I can t seem to get too excited about football this time of year after going through to wee and four games per week with the Quanah kids in a ready for a break i will have to watch the cow to. And the oilers since i am a texan. Kids done to forget Santa will make his debut Here saturday. Nov. 27 Start getting the Cata logs Down and get your Christmas lists made. You will need to whisper a couple of ideas into Santa s ear next saturday. The second Grade teachers and students at Reagan elementary Are to be commended. Not Only did each of the students dress up like a Ahlgrim Friday they ate Turkey too. The teachers showed a lot of creativity and it was an excellent learning experience for the children of 4�?o there Are three things men Over 40 ought to remember. They Are a you should move around but not Rush around. A you should keep an open mind and a closed refrigerator. A remember that variety is More than the spice of life a ifs the wellspring of life. That Man who pursues a variety of activities balancing work with play will usually stay fit Long after Middle age. For sheer simplicity nothing could beat the definition offered by one Grade schooler when asked by his teacher to describe an elevator. He said a ifs a Little room you get into and when you shut the door upstairs come heres a Good Story that came from the Wyalusing Pennsylvania rocket courier in the elevator of the apartment building where i live i saw a notice saying a lost a $10 Bill elevator. Finder please Contact miss Carter Apt. 318.�?� i was perturbed because miss Carter is a Little old lady who has no relatives and augments her Small pension by mending for some of the tenants. A couple of hours later i knocked at her door. When she opened it i knew from her look that her Money had been returned. A yes a she answered to my inquiry continued on Page 2 members of the Quanah Fra senior farm skills team. W hich won second in the w Ichita District leadership contest were left to right. Jay Foster son of or. And mrs. Van Fos Ter Byron Tapp son of or. And mrs. Jim Tapp and Leslie Herron son of or. And mrs. Bob Hunter. Two Fra teams Advance to area at the Wichita District leadership contests held wednesday at Vernon regional Junior College the Quanah future Farmers of America chapter qualified two teams for area Competition. The senior farm skills and the Greenland Junior chapter conducting team each took second place in the District Competition. To qualify for the area in leadership contests a team must place either first or second in District Competition. The senior farm skills team composed of members Byron Tapp Jay Foster and Leslie Herron demonstrate a plumbing technique on repairing a broken pipe. They also use a slide presentation along with the unique demonstration. The Junior chapter conducting team has Russell Griffin As president Jay Knight As vice president Mark Rozell Secretary Tony Jowers treasurer Greg Johnson reporter Cam Kleibrink Sentinel and Mark Walther advisor. The chapter conducting team conducts an actual meeting using Correct parliamentary procedure. The area in leadership contest will be monday nov. 22, at John Tarleton state University in Stephenville. The Quanah Fra members accompanied by advisors Jack Camp sey and Jim Daniel will leave sunday afternoon compete monday and return Home monday night. Other Quanah Fra teams entered in District Competition wednesday were senior chapter conducting third place Greenland farm skills team fifth radio team fourth and Fra quiz team sixth. The Quanah Fra Junior chapter conducting team which placed second in the Wichita District leadership contest had As members from left to right Mark Walther son of or. And mrs. Wallace Walther Russell Griffin son of or. And mrs. Charles Griffin Cam Kleibrink son of or. And mrs. Von Kleibrink Jay Knight son of or. And mrs. Stewart Knight Mark Rozell son of or. And mrs. Harvey Rozell Tony Jowers son of or. And mrs. Horton Jowers and Greg Johnson son of or. And mrs. Jerry Johnson. No foreign substances discovered in cookies no contaminants have thus far been found in cookies which were the focus of attention earlier this week after a Quanah woman a claim that the cookies had burned her Mouth and Throat after she ate them. The we Oman was treated by a local doctor on an out patient basis at Hardeman county memorial Hospital for what might have been a scratch on her Throat. It was suggested that the scratch could have been caused by a hardened piece of cookie but the lady involved says she does not believe that theory. She stated that the burning sensations began a was soon As the liquid Coffee hit them a and that a the Coffee was not Friday she told the Tribune chief that she is still suffering from the ailment. The woman s children Are also being treated for sore throats. All members of the family involved had eaten some of the cookies according to the woman. Glen Rumley Hospital administrator stated that the woman was Given antibiotics for treatment of sore Throat and infection and that no foreign Metal objects had been detected. Both Rumley and the attending physician ruled out a a caustic agent As the cause although the woman stated that she had been told that it was. She also stated that the cookies which had been purchased locally had been sent to a lab for chemical analysis and As of Friday morning those results had not been made known to her. Officials however stressed that there should be no cause for alarm by the Public. Gerald Reynolds and Brad Smith members of the Quanah Lions club Are shown with the giant colouring books which the club is Selling. The books Are $3.50 each. Lions Selling colouring books the Quanah Lions club has recently started a new fund raising project which will help to support the clubs Many Community activities. Members of the Quanah Lions club Are Selling giant sized colouring books which Are sure to catch the Eye of any youngster. Included inside each of the colouring books which sell for $3.50 each is an Iron on decal pertaining to the subject of the colouring Book. There Are several colouring books from which to choose including a the Campbell kids a a Sarge the dog a a twas the night before Christmas and others. The Lions club assists our Community in Many ways including donations to the boy scouts of America the meals on wheels program the Kristin Simmons fund providing eyeglasses for needy children and assisting with the support of the Camp for crippled children at Kerrville. Colouring books May be purchased from any Lions club member. Don Decker to judge show Don Decker Wichita county Extension agent w ill judge the seventh annual Hardeman county Pecan show on wednesday dec. I. The shelling and tabulation will be tuesday nov. 30, and judging of pecans will begin at 9 . On dec. I. Rules have been printed and anyone interested in showing pecans should Contact the Extension office. In conjunction with the Pecan variety show there will be a Pecan food show and decorative arrangements division. Hood wills will head up the Pecan show while Alta Davis will head up the foods division. The county Extension service and the horticulture subcommittee Are hosting the show

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