Kenneth Wyatt

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Kenneth Wyatt - Chamber of Commerce Banquet Will Be Held...
Chamber of Commerce Banquet Will Be Held Tuesday Evening Kenneth Wyatt of Tulia, rioted Western artist and popular after-dinner speak' er, will be featured at the annual banquet of the Collingsworth Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, February February 4. The banquet begins at 7:15 p.m. and will be held in Bura Handley Community Center. Not only will those attending the banquet hear the versatile and witty Kenneth Wyatt, they will see some of the paintings which have brought him so much acclaim. He is bringing several of his works, and these will be exhibited in the Community Building. Those who wish may come a little early to give ample time to enjoy these. The banquet will be the occasion also for the outgoing president, Charles Floyd, to speak briefly of his term in office, and for him to present the Chamber's traditional awards to several it wishes to honor. Recognition will also be given the Outstanding Farmer Farmer of Collingsworth County, as selected by the Salt Fork Soil Conservation District Truman Estes. The Rev. James Boswell, pastor of First United Methodist Church, will introduce Mr. Wyatt, who is also an ordained Methodist clergyman. Kenneth Wyatt has close ties to Wellington, for his wife is the former Veda Mae KENNETH WYATT Kiker, daughter of Mrs. O.A. Kiker and the late Mr, Kiker. She graduated from Wellington High School, Too, Kenneth Wyatt and the people of Collingsworth have much to say to each other - about such things as cows and cowboys, ranching and sandstorms, and especially especially about horses. He grew up among horses and cattle, and has spent all his life where the OM West -See #5, Page 12 Kiwanis dub Livestock Fund Reaches 51,028 The Wellington Kiwanis Club has collected $1,028 from 96 donors for the Collingsworth County Livestock Livestock Fund, Kiwanis President President Bill Spillman announced announced last week. Jake Leach and Jimmy Bowen are responsible for collections for the fund which is used to encourage Collingsworth youngsters in livestock production. Spillman said that each donor is - considered dn

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  1. The Wellington Leader,
  2. 30 Jan 1975, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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