The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on September 3, 1964 · Page 3
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, September 3, 1964
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S oce THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, September 3, 1964 Sue Peters and Clifton Earl Hunter Marry at Oklahoma City August 8 Mrs. Gary Don West * * * Miss Anne Clark Weds Gary West in Church Rites at Dallas Friday Mrs. Sue Peters and Clifton Earl Hunter of Oklahoma City were married in a quiet ceremony in that city Saturday evening, August 8. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Carroll of Oklahoma City, while Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hunter of Wellington are the parents of the bridegroom. The couple is now at home at 3023 Northwest 19th Street in Oklahoma City, where both are employed by the Civil Aeronautics Administration. Mrs. Hunter received her education in Oklahoma City. Mr. Hunter, a graduate of Wellington high school, attended the University of Houston and received his degree in electron- ics engineering from the School of Electronics Engineering in Milwaukee, Wis. During the week end, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter were guests of his parents here. Dr. Edward L. Clark officiated at the marriage of his daughter, Miss Anne Carlyn Clark, to Gary Don West, in First Baptist Church, Dallas, at eight o'clock Friday evening, August 28. He was assisted by the Rev. Charles Wyatt. The bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Clark, live at 2535 Rivercrest, Dallas, while the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oris West, 1608 Amarillo Street, Wellington. For the ceremony, the altar was banked with candles and greenery. Wedding music was presented by Mrs. Jim Roquemore, organist, and Forbes Woods, vocalist. Dr. Clark also gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a gown of candlelight silk peau de soie, designed with a fitted bodice and full pleated skirt that extended into a chapel train. The bodice was trimmed with heir- loam lace, handmade by the bride's great grandmother and used on her grandmother's wedding dress. Her veil of candlelight illusion was held by a silk pill-box hat trimmed with the same heirloom lace. She carried a bouquet of white rosebuds. Miss Nelda Beeson of Lock- hart was the maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Clelon Houpt, Miss Ann Emmett and Miss Judy Guynes of Dallas, and Miss Elizabeth Walters of Edgewood. Susan Woods of Liberty was the junior bridesmaid. They wore identical dresses of pale gold satin and carried cascades of bronze chrysanthemums. Randy West, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and groomsmen were Edward Clark and Richard Clark of Dallas. Bryan Hatch and Jim Roquemore of Brownwood. Ushers were Sherman Zimmerman, Bennry Brink and Clelan Iloupt. Candles were lighted by Carlos Hatch and-Stephen West of Lubbock. Patrick Woods of Liberty was ring bearer. After the ceremony, Dr. and Mrs. Clark were hosts at a reception in Grace Parlor of First Baptist Church. Members of the house party were Miss Ann Davis, Miss Gay Davis, Miss Anna Caldwell, Miss Paula Rackley and Miss Suzanne Baker. As the couple left on their wedding trip to Lake Texhoma, the bride wore a two- piece rose silk suit with black occessories. Her corsage was of white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hatch and sons were in Dallas last week to attend the wedding of her nephew, Gary West and Miss Ann Clark. Mrs. Bill Morris of Dumas visited Thursday of last week with her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Tenison. She also attended the funeral of Barbara Davis. Ko Shari Introduces Pledges, Honors Senior Girls at Presentation Ball The community building was transformed into the Ko Shari Gardens for the presentation ball as that club introduced its four pledges and the four who will graduate from high school this year. The dance was a highlight of the late summer season for the high school and college group and was held Friday night, August 28. Pledges who were presented were Brenda Bobo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bobo, whose escort was Rodney Kane; Patricia Thomas, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Trusten Thomas, escorted by Dwight Bowen; Jan Bowen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bowen, escorted by Gary Killian; and Cheryl Needham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Needham, escorted by Robert Blevins of Quail. The seniors presented were Susan Sullivan, who had for her escort John Roark; Beverly Singley, escorted by Craig Bergvall; Joyce Holton, escorted by Wayne Barton; and Jan- yth Estes, escorted by Creed Hill. The auditorium stage was decorated with three arches, entwined with lemon leaves and white flowers. Each girl entered through the center arch and was met by her escort at the steps leading to the dance floor. Gary White was master of ceremonies and music for dancing was furnished by the Starfires. Approximately 180 members of Ko Shari and their guests attended. Miss Marie Shadid and Miss Rose Shadid were in Oklahoma City the first of this week to attend the holiday ready-to- wear market. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Harper of Edinburg were visitors last week in the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Harper. They were on their way to California for a vacation and will stop here again on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Olan Thomas and children of Los Alamos, N.M., visited last week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas. Mrs. Thomas and the children had come two weeks earlier to visit with her parents-in-law, and with her sister, Mrs. Guy Newton Clement and family in Pampa. Thomas is employed with the Atomic Energy Commission. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reeves and baby daughter, of Canyon, have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keller and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reeves. They will be moving to Commerce this week, where Glen has a teaching fellowship in East Texas State College. Mrs. McAlister Entertains Class Mrs. Rob McAlister honored members of her junior high Sunday School class of First Methodist Church with a wiener roast at Ellison Park Wednesday night, August 26. This group was advanced to another class in the promotion day program of the church on Sunday. Attending were Connie Hughs, Jane Thompson, Debbie Davis, Cindy Saied, Susan Oney, Tony Hurst, Jerry Wooldridge, Gary Jennings, Billy McAlister, Mike Barjenbruch, Ricky Brown, Patti McAlister, and Mr. and Mrs. McAlister. Mrs. Gladys Meek of Pampa was a week end visitor in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Baldwin. Mrs. Walter Spear and daughter of Amarillo visited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peck White. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Gibbs and Mrs. David Robinson of Irving have been visiting in the home of Mrs. Gibbs' mother and sister, Mrs. J. A. Leach and Miss Inez Leach. Mrs. Robinson visited in the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. Frank Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fourmentin were in Dumas Friday, Aug. 28, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Aubrey Spear's father. Dinner Honors Linda Millsap Miss Linda Millsap was honored with a progressive dinner Tuesday evening, August 25, by a group of girls from the 1963 graduating class. She is moving with her family to Panhandle. The dinner began with a salad course in the home of Miss Mary Graham southeast of town, then progressed to the home of Miss Sylvia McQueary where the vegetables were served. Miss .Vicki Glenn was hostess for the meat course, assisted by Miss Peggy Shanks. The dinner ended at the home of Miss Frances Hill, where dessert was served. Following the dinner, Miss Millsap was presented with a gift from the group. Upon returning, the couple will be at home at Brownwood, where both the bride and bridegroom will be juniors in Howard Payne College. Mrs. West was graduated I from South Ooak Cliff high ' school in Dallas. At Howard Payne she was May Princess and Sweetheart of the Baptist Student Union. A graduate of Wellington high school, the bridegroom is vice president of the Baptist Student Union at Howard Payne and a member of the Youth-led Revival Team. Attending the wedding from Wellington were Mr. and Mrs. West, parents of the bridegroom; Randy West; Mrs. Myrtle West, his grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hatch, Bryan Hatch, Carlos Hatch, and Romrnie Forbis. WHITE GRAPES HAM Bacon OLEO 2 Pounds — 29C Canned 3 Pounds '2.29 Flavor-Wright 2 Pounds.. Imperial RED 20 Pounds — ! s X^ POTATOES 790 Ga!. — FINAL TOUCH Regular. FABRIC SOFTENER King Size KELLY SWEET MILK. 1 gallon lA/LJf Cf^ LIQUID W niO IV DETERGENT 79' 79« SHURFINE 10 Pounds PURE CANE 10 Pounds Meal Sfwfine 5 Pounds "My outdoor pleasure is never interrupted since we have an extension telephone nearby." GENERAL TELEPHONE OF THE SOUTHWEST Shurfine 1 Lb Crackers Facial Tissue SYRUP 23* Lb. - 83' SOFLIN 5 for Log Cabin 24Oz.... 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