The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 10, 1930 · Page 4
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 4

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 10, 1930
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'< '< . f X/' fwelve Metes fcJ Farewell To Spring Graduation Will Take Toll From Sky- .rocket Ranks 4 Jfoxt S&ptember when Coach Jun MbL cMh, foi recruits horn which pfclc hi-, teams to lepieserit "Ittgton High School tuelvt will h< mlssintf from the \ai- llne-ups Graduation in Mav >4 — fakf a heavi toll tioin the ranks of tho SKyiockets with twelve ..ulnail lads bidding SfreH la fL, hiRh school- aihiuus •Hctin'eo -i this p,,M' an UK ^twelve good men and due" who •filva served their alma mater on «H& atfilctu. Held foi the last time. They are Kills Johnson, Lonnic jWatltlnfi. Floyd Boverie, A. J. H,H, Islbert Ecjwen, Harold Watkins, •Clinton. King, Garland Hampton BilS'ter Worley and Woodrow Stii- f "BUis Johnson played In the ba,k- •*Wld with the Skyrocket football **fVJti. 'during the past season ant •Ifcter captained the W. H. S. riui tfct tm-uugh one of Its most si .seasons, proving to be one >{3jft tor.war'ds who has evei the black and gold. Coach '.win find it difficult, to if-••Place 13?xl;;on ville's hoy wonder. LonniV: Watkins held down •Win* ;icw:Uou with the football Beam i ••...'••:. .Basons, and this "He v,,-i.; .-.,.. avo years one of tin •Hardest; Ucklers and best defen- wearing- the 'Hock* t Boverie has seen l.hvce of vtervixre with the local e. JIs was "discovered" three a^ra by Coach Carl Andersen '. i rdiaed a brilliant, career for i-im :•;; the gridiron, and Pete f.afi fulfilled the prediction in every detail. L-ast year ho served his if&m as -captain and guard. A". J. fTill teamed with Lonnie wallop. . in the tennis matches •nils, year, and would ba able to •nalra further history for W. H. S. were, hi* clays in Wellington hi K h scnooi oj'.'endefl. "Preach" Bowen joined the ranks ettr-a.'Jlockets 1 in January, coroinr <rom Hereford where he had play- e4 foaibaSI and basketball. He fln- «-«--- (I,,, : , ?asot] wj(h the Wel , in{ ,._ <uod posses rare baske.t- !it.i". Ufa graduation will be rwU for Skyrocket nthlet,- on Leader <,«,-/«»rf Ha,n,,ton, mttc from \rdlin the athletic field .,. ' foremost authority on (Miry explained. litfo broedi,:jy p n 'u ,i Phasized th<$ noed of bui "" and n, teeing program " ion wit^Hucoossfun for the oVcrage farmer. Others | who took part in school wo^ W. K. Bernou Mo, secretary of the Hereford bri-eders au I'aync of Tulia, Frank 1{ lip.- ami T. M. Moor,, nC tho CHlturul department ,,f th< ; r^, yon State Teachers Collegj. ],",, nenn.-u. of (ho Amarillo p.o rin! ,., Development, ,-uid S. n /,,.,' man. and Henry Annley, ,•(,,,,„', Hi.- Panhandle i,,- f . s . s . ' "~ The school was KO success.,,, that it will probably become „, annual affair. The total cost to the f Federal control of railroads for VI month;? during and after the var was SI,C!)f>,000,000. The Skyrockets will miss 'Hunvn'~ next year. •' Buster Worley managed to take ' Ume off from his duties na .pres-J •dent of the Senior Class, hn-.lne.i8 ! manager for the "Rocket" and! various other' activities in order to ! devote enouph time to football to ! place him on the first .string i Woodrow Stafford is another! who has been included in local! |.Football circles for two years ami I j is one who has helped his school : Mo (he ultimate of ),i. s un ergl.. s j <cs. Watkins has limited •tf.'c career solely to foot- t;ai made a splendid suc- •esh i. 1 : Ms cttortB with the pigskin. f-f{*, 1 , f\ \ /4 , 1 ,-, ,-,. ,_ i t_ , ««- ".«. vjvvn the pivot position wllh.locil vjeven during the .past •yi\u 'ud u, wrapped up in football rhilif.y. Clj-toii King made a name -for 1 *Jn If HI athletics while playing - I'-Pic t)t-£ore entering school at Last year he hooked tJO'.iUbn 53 guard with the We'.Ii'"i ffio, and repeated the pro- 1 > Ihte year. He know.s the ropes Hr-'' )i.(,cuiie,s to basketball and is i j'ufHbiudlag guard. He also car- tht'j Digskin for some remark- I" S?ift« while playing halfback football team during the ild Work Approved Austin, Texas--Commendation oi the work beiim uiideriaken by the new Child Wolf;,,-,, and Parent Educational Foundation being sponsored by tin. iTniversity of Texas hay been expressed by Mrs Percy V. p,.,,nyb : ,H;er, lecturer and author, who ha* just returned to Ausfin for a brief rest prior to « long series of spring l e < : - and training, with facilities for" training parents, teachers, community leaders and social worker* in the new Ideas and methods as they develop them. Would that hundreds could sen and realize the important work- is already being clone with the y School in the home econ-H department of (he sity as it.s center. "The plan to finance this work is a beautiful yet etniniently practi- <:«! one. Children arc to be the 'founders' and we are not surprised thai people who have lost pro- ' vious children are having their names- honored in this Imrnorall/,-' ing way along with the names of living boys and m'rls in the memorial book that is to have a pro-' minent place in tin- archiovos of the University." principal . S()l .| oty dis- present- Coll,nr 0 in a n p ., rtfi ()f IM-nnyhacker is shite committee Kc.nndation and ,,|,l a numlx>,' in rnsard to its Ga^nt Hampton has playwl r^lh.,11 i-;nh the locals for two R. laying both guard and JA. id a consistent traiaer and ha :) "natributed more than Mn Bhare f» f> H . progress of athlc-tics. ture the country. ;\] r s a member of tin- to eatabiisi, the has recf-nlly l, ol Conferences operation. "Tho Lone. Star state claims a first place in so main- lines—why not first place in child welfare also?" Mrs. Pennybacker said. f behove that most thinking people are agreed that obligations an- the complements of blessings and will unite in their support ol this effort to establish a Foundation which will insure continual research In the field of child care. Society to Hold Annual Meeting j Canyon, Tex., Apr. Ki - The HOC ! meeting of the Panlmndlc Plnin- j Historical Society at Canyon pro- : jmises to be the i nrff ,, st anfl , JU) , ( ' I iinportiint. in the history of the ! isrxilety, and reservatioiiK are ,-,!-! '•«->;i«ly corning in in large numbers '• tor the dinner. , The meeting, eomes \]<r ' 1-1. will i, e divided into four pro-i K'-ams, the first being held a, n j o'clock in the auditorium of the Administration .,,. ul College, wftii President J. A Hill presiding, and with W. H. Patrick of Clarendon as tile speaker. Oficer.s of will be introduced and . Unfinished guests will be p ed to the audience. Tin j Band will furnish music. ! -At noon a chuck luncheon will , be held for the old-timers who are in town: this will be an invitation affair, held in the jrynmasium of the Kducation building. Horace Ttusssel! of Amarillo will have charge of a short .service beginning at 4 J o'clock, honoring the memory of Col. C. C. Goodnight the first settlor of the Panhandle.' uri.i Thoma.s V. Turner, the first president of the Historical society. , At 2::-!0. the busiiius.s meeting will be held, wills President T. I). Hobori of I'aui|)i) in the chair, Of- ficei-K will be elected and othef im- portarit. business trjinsacted. A recess, during which visitors will be conducrteil through the Museum, will be h.-i.-j beUveeu the afternoon sessioiiK and the dinner, which will be | K -i,j [U Cousins Hall.' Th..- two principal features of the dinner program will |> ( » a talk by J. LevetlM Hnicy, now of A us-1 tin, and pictures which will be! shown by C. Don Hughes of Amarillo. The Panhandle-Plains Historical Society has members in every county of the Panhandle, in even' section of Texas, and in six states other than Texas. Herd School Is Well Attended I'nnhand- Cnnyon, Apr. 10- The Je's first Herd !m '"•'» Hll,,, >,, i-|l|<:||l School, held here under the nii«- pices of the State Teachers Collese, came to a suen Ksful con<-|u- slon here with approximately in(i j farmers attending lt«/ Henslon''.- ! Dr. Verue Scntt, of Tcxa,, A A . i Al. spoke every neHMi/m, dt-scrlliinp , an<| giviiiK mcan^ of avolditip the diseases which are apt to be In ,.| hy the breeder of fine stock. 1>. L. Jones, reptertentins the | Fwleral Experiment Station .Service, explained to farmer* the , meaning „(' ,, aR at?efj resl8ter , seed, and certified seed, •inld Jones, "is (lint. ni an experiment station, or "by ' farmers w!,o have p,-ivs,, fl sn^iaj ' MamlnaMon., and have j.e.-n Rran ',. '< ^fitlUcate.". |i j,, ordinarfly 1 proctnvd onK 'rr>-ti , i '"'.> 11 *>.n experirnerif »««»""". H-cd K rovvn from |, aK 'r/,, n I.HB H r-,.d. Tin.,, «l«r,.c KPiu.r;.Ht,» s of «. thn-c n «HH.«. mime., whic « |, avt . t |,« . wm ,. m( . an)I in! |«wl" T»H-r,.. ! ROO(I "^" l'« .on jany olhfr plain problem I •' "• Hullnnd. dlrertor of <•„<•«- 1 tional .u-riculiur,. of Tr-xfts cs : l.lalned („ l(u tn^eUnK th- ,„<•«,!- i J'S i'f vocational a K r(cMltnr<. j,,! I >c Hchi.,,1... „„„ to ihe faimrr Just a few cents a day renders ALL your proper' JX SAFE from LOSS of EVERY NATURE! is protection is worth it.s ::ost in ^the rest it affordn your mind when you know all your property ig NOTICE We arc tho only bonded abstract, firm in Collinir?- worth County, which insures our abstracts ajranist error. Wells & O'Neil bstract*— Loans "T ..-. i » QKT Like New For EASTER '7 'i! 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