The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 23, 1964 · Page 10
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January 23, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 10

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IN OWENS AND SCOTT'S NEW HOME Here are but two sections in new building to which Owens and Scott Grocery moved recently. In the meat department are Sam Hudson, left, and Glynn Norman, butcher helper. At right is the self-service counter where both packaged fresh meat and cured meats are displayed. The picture b«?low shows part of the checkout section. At the front section is George Scott, co-owner and in the others are Carol Daves, assistant manager and Mrs. Phyllis Ford. B Teams Take Double-Header from Wheeler The Skyrocket and Rockette B basketball teams defeated Wheeler Mustangs and Mus- tangettes in a 1 double header there Thursday night, Jan. 16. The Rockettes' B turned in a suspense-filled overtime period win 40 to 38, tout the B Rockets took an easy 44-20 victory. The girls game ended in a 36-36 tie and it also was tied at ithe end of the first overtime, when a foul gave Becky Brewer a one and one free (pitch. She made both ipoints. The game was nip and tuck all the way, with "Wheeler leading 17-16 at halftime. Nancy Holton was high scorer with 21 and Donell McKinney added 10, Becky 7, and Leslie Covey 2. Sandra Barnes was high scorer for Wheeler with 20, S. Richardson made 13 and Nancy Moore 3. Coach Harold Lamb praised his guards for a good job. Starters were Nancy Holton, Donnell McKivmey, Becky Brewer, iLinda Moore, Nancy Sanford and Regina Ferguson. Virginia Moore was substitute. i .Wheeler players were Sandra Barnes, Nancy Moore, Sara Walker, Sandra Richardson, Laycock and Hubble. High pointer for the boys game was George Leathers with 10. Larry H&nard made 6 points, Johnny Maxwell and Don Sweat 5 each. Smith was high for Wheeler with 8. The game by quarters: Wellington 10 23 30 44 Wheeler 3 11 13 28 Starters for Wellington were Maxwell, Sweat, Freddy Bobo, Leathers and Henard. Substituting were Steve Trapp, Danny White, Jackie Needham, •Mike Smith, Neal Roberts and Randy West Wheeler starters were Smith, Lanm'ng, Hampton, Cooper and Johnson. Substitutes were Butler and DeArment. Speaker Here Jan. 26 C. B. Witt of Amarillo will •be the Gideon speaker at the Trinity Methodist Church Sunday morning, Jan. 26. The Sunday evening services will bo conducted by Mrs. R. H, Isbell arid the MYP members. Rev. R. H. Knight urges all members to toe present for both Services, '64 Farm Tax Guides Ready The 1964 edition of the Farmer's Tax .Guide is now available, says Cecil Regiar, county agent. This handy, casy-to-read guide contains information applicable to every phase of farm income tax reporting, Regier explains. It shows sample returns completely' filled out with an explanation of the figures, he says. Investment credit, one of the newer features of the tax structure, is fully explained in the new guide. It points out that a reduction in taxes paid for 1963 is based on tangible (personal property and real property acquired last year. As much as seven per cent of the cost of these items is allowed as a deduction tout the percentage varies with the useful life of .the assets, says Regier. Another feature of the guide is an explanation of how to sell a farm on installments and examples are given to help to clarify the procedure for computing taxable gain. Also an explanation of depreciation methods and the additional first year depreciation is given. Other sections of the guide cover the imiportanee of gooc records, farm business expenses, farm inventories, casualty losses and thefts, an expfana tion on completing the return and many more. Copies of the Fanners' Tas Guide may be obtained withou charge from county extension offices or those of the Interna Revenue Service. Regier rec ommends that a copy be kep handy for reference on ta> matters concerning the farm. Owens & Scott Formal Opening January 24-25 Formal opening of Owens & Scott Super Market in its new mme is slated for Friday and "Saturday, Jan. 24 and 25, ac- ording to an announcement his week by the owners, Steve Owens and George Scott. One of the older business irms from the standpoint of 'ears of operation, the grocery tore recently moved into the luilding constructed especially 'or it on Eighth Street at Arington. 'We invite our friends hroughout th'e Wellington area o come see our new home. We are indeed proud of it and we want to share its many features with you," the owners said. The building, xxx by xxx 'eet in size, i» of cinder block ind brick construction, in grey ones. A broad expanse of lass across the south, or front side, is not only an attractive architectural feature, it also )rovides _a source of natural ight for. the interior. The covered porch area a- TOSS the front is a feature •etuming to popularity in commercial buildings of this type n the southwest. Mr. Scott is in active charge of the business, and his assistant manager is Carroll Daves. The new store was designed X) afford ample room for the attractive and convenient display of all food departments, with special attention paid to ;he market and produce sec- ions. Scott points out that the store is one of the most compete super markets in this sec- .ion of the Panhandle. In front of the store itself s more than a quarter of a block parking area, something matched by only a few grocery stores in this area. The store personnel, in addition to Scott and Daves, are Sam Hudson, butcher; Glynn Norman, butcher's helper; Mrs. Phillis Ford and Beverly Lee, checkers, and James Fields, Dwayne Poteet and Mrs. Trudy Peters, stockers. Junior Teams Defeat Hedley Wellington Firecrackers and Crackerettes defeated the Hedley junior high teams in a double header here Monday night, Jan. 20. The Wellington girls won 27 to 16, with. Tanya Horton as high pointer, scoring 15. Vicki Wade of Wellington and Sharon Bain of Hedley made 7 each. The game by quarters: Wellington 6 13 22 27 Hedley 2 10 12 16 The Firecrackers won 33 to 11, with Kenny Brown scoring 11 points of Wellington and Jimmy Black 7. Wendall Hansard made 5 for Hedley. The game by quarters: Wellington 9 20 25 33 Hedley 5 7 11 11 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tipto and Patsy and Nancy wer week end visitors in the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Godbej THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 23, 1964 Kennedy Home from Carolina Sam Kennedy, a leader in Wellington's colored section, returned recently from Greenwood, South Carolina, where he spent the Christmas holidays with a daughter, Emma Thomas, whom he had not seen in 18 years. Kennedy also has a son living dn Dallas. He wants none of South Carolina, he said on returning. "I wouldn't give Collingsworth county for half of it," he said. Kiwanians See Demonstration The farm electrification team of the Wellington FFA presented a demonstration; for the Kiwanis Club Friday, Jan. 17. The four tooys, Freddy Bobo, Stanley Bratten, Don Sweat, and Ronny Davis installed a 3- way electrical switch and explained its operation. The team placed second among 11 schools at the recent leadership contests. Jake Leach was (program chairman, and B. F. Chance presided. Don Jennings was installed as a new member. Father of Jim Sikes Dies Jim Sikes .was called to Ozark, Ark., by the death of his father, Arnold Don Sikes, 77, on Wednesday, Jan. 15. Funeral services were conducted on Thursday at Parks, Ark. He had been in failing health a year. Mr. Sikes was a life-long resident of the Ranklin-Logan county area, and was the last member of his family. Survivors are itiiree sons and three daughters. Accompanying Jim Sikes to the funeral were two daughters, Beth and Linda Sikes. Milford Harrises Move to Plainview Mr. and Mrs; Milford Harris nd son. Bryant, are moving his week end to Plainview, vhere ho will ibe employed by hooper Pontiac as body and 'ender mechanic. Harris has been with Brown's Body Shop here for a number if years. Bryant, 15, is a sophomore n high school and will enrol at Plainview. Harris — from page one our community. All people of our community are cordially nvited to attend all these serv ices," Dr. Hickey said. Mrs. W. W. McClaskey and her granddaughter, Ann Smith, were in Lubbock over the week end to visit the former's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Armstrong and daughters. ARGAINS Used Cars 1962 Chevrolet Stepside Half Ton Pick-up 6 cylinder, green in color, heater, side mount carrier, real clean 51295 I960 Ford Flareside Half Ton Pick-up Long bed, 6 cylinder, Holly green in color, 4 speed transmission, heater, side mount, real buy. $ 835 1961 Ford Half Ton Pick-up 6 cylinder, long wide bed, light blue in color, heater, side mount, nice one. '1165 1958 Ford Tractor Model 851-L, real clean, ready to put to work '1595 We have many other used cars. Ford pick-ups and tractors at Money Saving Prices. Hall Motor Co. HOLLIS, OKLAHOMA A tarantula has lived mor than 25 years in captivity. Changes Noted inScrewworm Eradication Work MISSION.— Highly successful eradication measures, cold weather and the need to con- icrve funds have prompted icrewworm eradication officials o cut the (production of sterile screwworm flies by 60%. An average of 70 million lies per week will be reared n the weeks ahead; production md been hovering near the 140 million per week mark during ;he fall. Eradication workers are confident this number will >e sufficient to adequately ;reat those areas of Texas where native screwworms can survive ehe cold temperature. During 1963, producers in L82 Texas counties reported 4,916 screwworm cases; the (previous year, 49,484 cases were detected in 242 counties. White ;his indicates a 90% decrease, officials feel reporting was much more effective than dur- ng 1962 that an even greater degree of control may have >een achieved than the totals ndicate. Hubbard • — from page one He is a past president of the Chamber of Commerce and of the Kiwanis Club and the Little .League, the ipresent chairman of the building committee of First Baptist Church, which he also serves as a deacon, and he is active in other ivic organizations. Mrs. Glenn is t)he former Es- ;elline Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnson, and grew up in the Salt Fork community. She was graduated from Quail high school and attended West Texas State College and Draughon's Business College, Abilene. She worked at the First National Bank during World War II, then joined the staff of the Wellington State Bank in 1954. Mr. Hunter, the new member of the board, began his banking career with the First Na- ttional Bank which he served as vice president and director until its consolidation with the Wellington State Bank six years ago. He has been a vice president of the latter since that time. He ranks as senior member in point of service on the combined Wellington State- First National staffs. Cub Scouts Meet Jan. 27 The Wellington Cub Scout Pack meeting ds slated for Monday night, Jan. 27 in the community building, Mrs. Harry McEwen has announced. Starting time is 7:30 p.m A film "Texas in Review" wil be shown and all Cubs anc their parents are urged to attend. WE PUT THE SURE IN INSURANCE . . . with financial protection against liability accidents Don't trust to good luck that you'll never be sued for injuries ... be sure you're protected, with package insurance that includes personal liability. Call today! Wells & Wells Insurance • Loans • Abstracts "Dependable Insurance" DIAL 447-2520 911 West Avenue WELLINGTON, TEXAS SHOPPERS THRIFTY S Friday and Saturday new canister pack *f W\ \ f->,'\ X-. ,. - '^- ___ 1 Ib. can 05* 3 (b. can $ j[95 3 Ib. can — Crisco 694 GLADIOLA 10 Lb. — Flour 95$ HOLLEY 10 Lb. Ba — Sugar 7.70 LIPTON TEA THE "8RJSK" TEA 11/2 oz. jar Instant Tea 45* 'A Ib. —39* 48 ct. Tea bags — 65* Shurfine Quart — Salad Dressing 39$ Humpty Dumpty 1 Ib. can SALMON 494 Kraft American 12 Oz. — Cheese Slices 45? 3 FOR — Biscuffs 25C Reg. or King Size Carton — Dr. Pepper 39$ - Vegetables - RED 2 Lbs. — POTATOES 39$ - Market Department - Top-0-Texas 2 Lbs. — BACON 89$ Flavor-Wright 2 Pounds — SAUSAGE 49$

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