The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 23, 1964 · Page 8
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 8

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, January 23, 1964
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j'*'"' 1 '^*' 1 *-'? »"i •$'V t '" > ^^ ' »•»**•» V W 1 Pochettes Lose , The Skyrocket^ took their district 2-A opefter in a aiar- iprise victory over the Memphis Cyclone 62-45 in Rocket gym Tuesday night, Jan. 14, They followed this with a second conference victory over the Clarendon Mustangs 62-45 Friday night at Clarendon. The Rockettes took a matched game from Draughon's Business College team of Amarillo, 60-18, then lost their first district game to the Clarendon Bronchoettes 62-52. , Rackets-Cyclone In • good ptaying form, the Rockets hit the basket consistently and showed the continuing improvement that ha® been steady since the opening of the season. ; ; .;, : •''';'. .. •'" . "'. '. •• The margin in the 62-45 victory surprised even the Rockets, since Memphis had caused them considerable trouble in tournament • play. Bill Spillman was high point man with 18, Jim Waits with 17, was high for Memphis. The game by quarters: Wellington 16 30 45 62 Memphis 12 21 27 45 Rockettes-Draughons Victory came easy for the Rockettes over the Draughon's Business College team, even •with i the second team playing most of the game. Betty Courtney again tofpped the scoring column with 16 Ritz Theatre Open Sunday — 1:45 p. m. Saturday — 1:15 p. m. Mon. Thru Fri.—6:30 p.m. 2-A cmphis Thurs.-Fri.-Sar. GA a FAB-U-LEWIS fun festival forthe whole family! points and Jatte Orr made 15. Loree Powell made 9 for Draughon's. The game by quarters: Wellington 25 31 47 60 Draughon's 2 9 15 18 Rockets-Bronchos . The Rocket-Clarendon Bron- chos game was never close and ended 53-34. Up against the veteran Rockets was a young 'ball club that is making lots of mistakes this season. But observer® predict that in another year or two the iBronchos will be a strong team and hard' to 'beat. Danny Martin's 11 points was high for the game, while David Moring of Clarendon had 10. • .:. ; , ••-".-;. ;.-• The score by quarters: Wellington 13 21 39 53 Clarendon 5 13 24 34 Rockettcs-BronchoeUes The strong Clarendon Bron- choettes took this district opener 52 to 42. "Clarendon has a real good dul), but we didn't feel the girls played up to their capabilities, and we hope to give them a little more competition when the two teams meet here," Coach James Stavenhagen said. , Betty Courtney was high scorer for the Rockettes with 22 points; Dorothy Richey made 30 for Clarendon. The game by quarters: Wellington 11 19 26 42 Clarendon 14 24 38 52 Work Published in Magazine Dont Give UP The Ship BYEBABV PLAINVIEW.—A (poetry selection written !by Glenn Ray Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Teutsch, Dodson, has been chosen for publication in the "Literary Magazine" at Wayland Baptist College, at Plainview. Hunt, a 19G2 graduate of Dodson high school, is a junior majoring in chemistry and English. Entitled "Moonlight," the selection is one of 39 poems, prose and art works appearing in the January issue of the magazine, which is edited and written by Wayland students. Through the cooperation of the English Department Fine Arts Department and Publication Committee, the magazine is published twice a year, January and May. Sun.-Mon.-Tues. GA This was the summer dayboy would never forget. This was the summer of Claris and SteTi* MIHK1 MAUKtf* FONDA-MA Wed. Jan. 29th Bargain Nite per person I19602J * ^BHr^ ^^&*ts, /%?WJZiXffifCC! I James Garner! Natalie Wood •ash- fito WARNCM BROS. TECHNICOLOR Many Here for Gribble Service Many out of town friends and associates were here to attend the funeral of Judge Luther Gribble Saturday, Jan 11. These included district and state officials and other leaders, members of the -bar, business associates and long-time friends. Among them were: From Childress: John T. For- bi®, Claude Hipps, C;A. Williams, C. C. Broughton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Harp, Richard Bird, Miss Alyeen Ater, Mrs. Mamie Gree.n, also Mrs. Glenn' Sfciner, Mrs. Dalby Fleming, Mr.; and Mrs. Harold Wright, Mrs. Aubra Hankins, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Smith, Mr. and Mrs 1 . W. J. Hembree, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfcird Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. DBass, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Weatherbee, and ; Alice Bracy, Mrs. Katherine Ball, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lyons, Wayne Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pryor, Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Swain, Senator Andy Rogers, and D. C. Holleman. Memphis: John Deaver, Sam J. Hamilton Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. Claude Wells, Mrs. Mildred Stephens, Guy Wright, Marion Long, Mrs. Irene Bradley, Mrs. George Greenhaw, R. F. Curry, Miss Lorraine Curry, Mr. and Mrs. H." J. Howell, and Ehher Neel. : : Clarendon: W. J. Lowe, Clyde Slavin, John Knorrp, Mrs. Regan Bryan, John .Gillham, Miss Ruth Richerson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cornell, and P. C. Messer. Panhandle: Mr. and Mrs. John Nunn, Mrs. Lillian Case, Mrs. Fannie Williams, Mrs. Oneta Hanson, Mrs. Peggy Butler, Herman Powell 1 , Judge Clarence Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Randal and Bob Loving. Luubock: Denzil Bevers, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Samann, and Judge Victory H. Lindsey. Shamrock: Judge and Mrs. Lewis Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs>. Jack Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Dee McDowell, Seibevt Worley, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scrivner, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. R. Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baxter. Amarillo: Max Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poole, Bill McConncll 1 , A. <B. Hankins, Brents Norman, -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goforth. Dallas: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Swift, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Llorente, Mr. and Mrs. Orvell Wells. Plainview: Mr. and Mrs. Pan! Williams, Jesse Richardson, Keith Williams, J. Cavleton Cooper, and Larry Peckham. Also Judge Harry Schultz of Dalhart, Bob Baker of Pampa, Rep. Grainger Mcllhany of Jan. 25 Deadline to Register for ACT Exams WACO.—High school seniors in Wellington have'until Saturday, Jan. 25 to register for the American College Testing Program (ACT) exams scheduled for Feb. 15, they were reminded iby Dr. Alton B. Lee, Baylor University Registrar. Dr. Lee serves as state coordinator for ACT. Seniors may obtain test center information and registration forms 'from their high school counselor or principal. The February test date is "one of four during the school year a student may choose. The ACT battery is used in admission by 75 colleges in the state, by 83 per cent of those In this region and by 820 colleges in the U.S. Results are used by colleges in admission, placement, counseling, granting of scholarships, class sectioning and for other purposes. ACT compiles scores, high school grades and other predictive data, providing a. basis ?or the student to select a col- ege suited to his educational goals. The nont-profit agency reports this and other research nformation to colleges without charge. Scores are also reported to students and to high schools. ..-.-.. Junior Quails Third in Tourney The Quail junior high boys brought home the third place trophy from the Lei a tournament. They beat Alanreed 61 to 8, lost to Shamrock 45-35, and beat Lela 43-22. The junior Bobwhites lost to Alanreed and Shamrock. School Lunch Menu Wheeler, Judge Max Boycr of Perryton, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lewis of Crockett, -Mr. and Mrs. Bob Baxter of Hale Center, Mr. and Mrs. Doug-las Pitts of Matador, Richard H. Cocke of Houston, Mrs.. Fred Smith of Huatsville, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lehmbert of Irving. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carl iLehm- bert of Foreston, M. M. Lehmberg of Bellaire, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Cruce of Tulla, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bassell of Hollis, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ray of Olton. In addition to these there were a number of Masons from nearby towns who assisted in conducting- the Masonic graveside rites. Inventory SALE STARTS THURS., JAN. 16 ENDS JANUARY 31 CHECK THESE BUYS! Barbed Wire, heavy roll . $£75 SEMI GLOSS PAINT Gallon $199 Quart 59« Window Screens, each .. $i 45 SHEET- Size 4x8x3/8 $-|59 each 1x6 No. 2 CM '110°° per M 2x4-2x6 Utility Fir $9000 per M 55 Ib. Roofing $200 square MOUND CITY - SAVE $ $ $ ON EACH GAL PANDURA SATIN 100% Latex Wall Paint BUILDERS NOTICE Close-Out Prices on Discontinued Hardware Butt Hinges, pr. ggc Latch Sets .... $ J20 Reg. $5.49 Reg. $1.79 Now Now $3.98 $1.29 The amazing new Mound City decorating book FREE for your use and sensational $ $ $ savings on each gai. choose harmonious color schemes easily. Borrow book today! Save with 100% washable, fast drying, no-odor Pandura Satin. Only during Deco- rama Days! ALL SALES FINAL NO EXCHANGES — NO REFUNDS G. D. SHAMBURGER Lumber Co., Inc. Monday, Jan. 27: Sliced pork luncheon loaf, tomatoes in rice, sweet potatoes with marshmal- lowa, hot' rolls and butter, apple sauce, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Tuesday, Jan. 28: Hot dog in a bun with chili sauce, hot potato salad, carrot sticks, aptpto' crisp, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Wednesday, Jan. 29: Fried chicken with cream gravy, cut green beans, whipped' potatoes, cranberry salad, hot rolls with butter and honey, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Thursday, Jan. 30: Smothered hamburger steak, buttered rice with sugar added, green pea salad, glazed sweet potatoes, hot rolls and butter, half pint milk or chocolate milk, Friday, Jan. 31: Open face cheese sandwich, cole- slaw, potato and onion soup and crackers, peanut butter cookies, pear half in syrup, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Not! ice STATE LABORATORY SOIL TESTS Come by and we will assist you in taking your soil samples. We can supply you with any analysis in LIQUID SOL-U-PHOS DRY PELLETS ANHYDROUS We have applicators or we will apply the material for you. Warrick FEED STORE THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 23, 1964 MARRIAGE LICENSES Jerry Eugene Settte, 22, of Wheeler county, and Miss Barbara Beth Denley, 21, of Collingsworth county, Jan. 13. Cecil Lawrence Duke, 65, and Mrs. Angelina Norton, 74, of Greer county, Okla'.^ Jan. 13. Johnny Ray Linderman, 20, and Miss Joetta Louise Keefrm, 19, of Greer county, Okla., Jan. 14. Roy Allen Johnson, and Miss Ruby Coleen Tipton, 15, Greer county, Okla., Jan. 16. Notice of Auction at Charles Caison Trading Post This Sole hos been reset for Tues. Feb. 4 Will accept any consignment large or small until the sale day. Contact Charles Caison at Trading Post or call 447-2365 for consignments Clerk will be on duty at trailer house on lot until sale day. There will be no pass ouf fees We Give S&H Green Stamps Sale on Winter Merchandise LADIES DRESSES Thermo Jac, Clock Wise, Miss Virginia, Laura of Dallas, Georgee of California, Mar Tee Originals Values to $19.98 $500 All Ladies Aspen Sweaters, Blouses, Sportswear, Children's Car Coats, Sweaters & Sportswear, Men's & Boys' Jackets i PRICE One group of men's, childrens and Ladies Close Out on CURTAINS $ 1°°Pair Merchandise Hatch Dry Goods

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