Littlefield Life

Sat
28
Jul

Spencers celebrate 60th Anniversary

Barton and Dorothy Spencer, both natives of Littlefield, celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary on June 18, 2018.

Barton is the son of Alvin and Cora Spencer, and Dorothy is the daughter of Paul and Bell Lewis.

After Barton served his time in the US Navy, he was employed at Pierce Furniture and Appliance. One day, he took a break and walked across the street to the Dairy Queen for a Coke, when Dorothy, an employee of the telephone office, was in the parking lot at the Dairy Queen. They began talking and as they say: “the rest is history.”

 

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Sat
21
Jul

17 SPC Nursing graduates to be honored at pinning ceremony at 6:30, Aug. 3

LEVELLAND – The Vocational Nursing program at South Plains College will honor 17 graduates during a Pinning Ceremony at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 3 in the Helen Devitt Jones Theatre for the Performing Arts.

The graduates from Hockley County are BreAhna Alcazar, Regina Aleman, Mackenzie Coleman, Courtney Crisp, Alexus Ledesma, Maria Luna and Jazmyn Marinelarena, all of Levelland; and Claudia Holguin of Sundown.

 

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Sat
21
Jul

Stephen Schovajsa accepted for studies at McMurry Univ.

ABILENE—Stephen Schovajsa of Sudan was accepted to McMurry University for entrance this fall, 2018.

McMurry University was founded in 1923 as a United Methodist institution, and is a vibrant and comprehensive center of higher education. McMurry has a national reputation for excellence and value through the achievements of its faculty, students and graduates. The University enrolls more than 1,000 students and has an average class size of 16.

 

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Wed
18
Jul

FIVE GENERATIONS

During a reunion of 32 family members Friday and Satgurday, July 13 and 14 in the Lamb County Senior Citizens’ Center, five generations were spotlighted in a special photo. Descendants of Leroy Cansler, 99, of Littlefield are, left to right, his daughter, Gaile Curtis of Littlefield; her daughter, Shelley Knutsen of Mesa, Ariz.; her daughter, Michelle Krogelmire; and her son, Matthew Krogelmire, 13, both of Mesa, Arizona.

 

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Wed
18
Jul

CANSLER FAMILY REUNION

CANSLER FAMILY REUNION —32 members of Leroy Cansler’s family gathered for a reunion in the Lamb County Senior Citizens’ Center in Littlefield Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14. Cansler, 99, of Littlefield, is shown on the left with his daughter, Gaile Curtis of Littlefield, and his wife, El Wanda, of Littlefield. Included in the photo are Leroy’s three granddaughters and their husbands; seven greatgrandchildren; and 10 greatgreat- grandchildren.

 

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Mon
16
Jul

Cantrells celebrate 50th Anniversary

Gene and Paula Cantrell of Amherst celebrated fifty years of marriage with a patio party at the home of Troy and Fausty Tolbert on Saturday, July 14, 2018.

Also hosting the celebration were their sons, Steve Cantrll of Austin, and Rick Cantrell of Lubbock

 

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Mon
16
Jul

Barbecue Cook-off spaces are still available

By DEREK LOPEZ

The BBQ Cook-off is back for its second consecutive year as part of the Celebrate Littlefield festivities.

“Our turnout last year was really awesome considering it was our first year back in the BBQ game, I guess you could say,” Steven Smith said. “It turned out really well and we were very happy with it. It wasn’t too overwhelming and it wasn’t too slim.

We had a good turn out and everyone that I talked to afterward and during, as far as cooks go, were extremely satisfied and happy with the facilities, the prize money, just everything. I didn’t hear one complaint.”

 

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Wed
11
Jul

THANKS FOR PROGRAM

Eric Turpen, new Early Risers Lions Club Boss, and Ronnie Vaughn, program chairman, expressed their “thank yous” to Katie Hand, new District Executive for Boy Scouts of America, for her program presentation.

 

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Wed
11
Jul

Parade set for Celebrate Littlefield

The 6th annual Celebrate Littlefield Parade will be traveling through Littlefield on Saturday morning, July 21st. This year’s theme will be: “Remembering The Old Days”, and some surprises regarding “The Olden Days” will be forthcoming. 

Robert Nichols, who is in charge of the parade, is encouraging veterans from any branch of the military to participate. He wants to reserve a seat on a float for every veteran who will participate.

 

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Sat
07
Jul

County Employees treated to a picnic meal

COUNTY EMPLOYEES ENJOY LUNCH—Monday, July 2, 2018, Lamb County Employees were treated to a hamburger lunch on the west parking lot of the Lamb County Courthouse.

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