The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 30, 1964 · Page 3
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January 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

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Mrs. Kenneth Brandenberger * * ....'*' Mitchell-Brandenberger Vows Spoken Friday in Spade Church SPADE.—In a double ring •ceremony Friday in the First Baptist Church, Miss Patricia Sue Mitchell became the bride of Kenneth Max Brandenberg- -er. The Rev. Delbert Serratt read the vows. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mitchell of the bride, served as ring bearer. Mrs. Joyce Oaldwell, pianist, furnished traditional wedding music. A reception in the church educational building followed the ceremony. After a honeymoon trip to Spade, formerly of Quail. She j Fort Worth, the couple will be •is the granddaughter of Mrs. H. G. Mitchell of Quail. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. "Nila Brandenberger of San Sa- 'ba and Dayton Brandenberger of San AngeTo. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her gown v. r as a formal-length snowy •cloud of organza fashioned with n tightly fitted bodice, sweet"heart neckline and short sleeves, accented by elbow length gloves. Touches of re-embroidered lace sprinkled with seed •pearls and frosted sequins enhanced the midriff, sleeve edge .and accented the bell skirt front. The drape folds at the Rides of -the skirt .flowed into .a chapel train.. A double crown of seed pearls and Sequins caught her finger tip veil of silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of white roses enhanced by white frenched carnations. Miss Ann .Moms attended as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Muss Glenda Johnson. They were attired in mist green satin dresses featuring slightly scooped necklines, elbow length sleeves, fitted waistlines and street-length bell skirts. Matching, mist green satin headpiec- •cs enhanced, by a circle of matching silk illusion and white wrist gloves completed their • ensembles. They carried a sin- •glo long stem white rose. Todd Oliver was best man. llax Stapleton served as •groomsman and ushers were Mike Began! and Bruce jBran- •donberger, brother of the bridegroom. Dean Palmer, cousin of THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 30, 1964 Weslyan Guild Host at Salad Supper on 25th Anniversary of WSCS at home in Lubbock, where the bride is a candidate for Jan uary graduation from Texa; Tech with a BS degree in home economics education. The bridegroom is a' senior animal husbandry major at Tech, where he is also .president of the Block and Bridle Club. DOZIER NEWS By Mrs. Alex Coleman V Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chisum, Delia and Dona, of Legal, N. M., visited here recently with their mother, Mrs. A. J. Shields and other relatives. • Mr. >and Mrs. Albert Montgomery of Canyon and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffman of Dallas visited Sunday in it;he home of Mr. Montgomery's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffman. • Mr. and 'Mrs. . Frank Massey had as their guests their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Membem of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of ?irst Methodist Church were lonored with a, salad supper "Monday evening, Jan. 20 on the 25th anniversary of the found- ng of their organization. Members of -their companion , the -Wesleyan Service G-uild, were hosts. The supper was held in 'the :hurch parlor. Mrs. Gorman Owens gave the invocation • and Mrs. G. L. Jones welcomed the WSCS members. The anniversary aunching was given by Mrs. Jack Davis. The program, directed by Mrs. Bob McAlister, including a reading, "A Solitary Life," by Aleta Owens; a vocal trio, "My Friend," by Karen Richardson, Joyce Holton and Beverly Sing- ey, accompanied by Carol Blain. Carol then read "Simon of Oyrene." Singing of the G-uild hymn, with Mrs. Frank Anderson as accompanist, closed the program. Among those present were several charter members of the Woman's Societiy. Registering were Mrs. John Holton, Mrs. Oal Hurst, Mrs. A. J. Fires, Mrs. W. R.Franks, Mrs. Mattie Lindsey, Mrs. Nannie Masten, Mrs. Bess Owen, Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, Mrs. S. K. Parsons Sr., Mrs. J. B. King, Mrs. E. F. Bartlett, Mrs. J. F. Michael, Mrs. Davis Edens, Mrs. Robert Karnes, Mrs. W. F. Vaughan, Mrs. Emma Jones, Mrs. W. E. Brewster, Mrs. Da- Club Plans Guest Artists The background .and story of "My Fair Lady" (provided the program theme when the Wellington Music Club met Tuesday evening, January 21. in the home of Mrs. Velman Warrick. Co-hos'tess with her was Mrs. Hiram Cudd. During the business meeting, directed by Mrs. Cudd, president, plans were announced to present the String Ensemble of Midwestern University, Wichita Falls, in a concert} during National Musdc Week, which is the first week in May. Mrs. William Barjenbruch was program leader. Three youngsters were presented in a group of songs, Crableigh Nail, Richard Sims and Randall Sims. Carol Blain, senior in Wellington high school, was presented as "Musician of the Month" and played two num- QUAIL NEWS By Mrs. G. T. Stephens • Mr. and Mrs. J, . T. Mc- Tlachern and family moved to •Carson City, N.M., recently. The McEachern family had lived in the Quail community for a number of years. • Rudell White, son of Mr. •and Mrs. Ople White, who is attending school at Lubbock Christian College was home for several days recently during mid-term. • Mr. and Mrs. Lee Phillips returned >to their home in Spearman Sunday after spending a week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T, Stephens. • Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Blevins visited in Fort Worth recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hqlliman and new daughter Paula Kay. Mrs. Holliman was the former Kay Blevins, a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Blevins. • Mr. and 'Mrs. Dick Camip- bell visited in Sayre, Okla., last Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. C, Rose. Mrs. Rose has been ill for some time. • Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peggram .visited in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs Gene Peggram and daughter ai Boys Ranch near Amarillo 'last week end. The daughter is a new arrival and it was the first time Mr, and Mrs. Peg- gram had seen her. vis, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Lloyd Wooldridge, Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Jennie Holcomb, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Joe Thompson, Mrs. iBill Reeves, Mrs. OlMe Wilson,; Mrs John Forbis, Mrs. Calvin Aaron, Mrs. Bernice Welch, Mrs. Fred Watlcins, Mrs; Mayme Sonierviille, Mrs. Joe Terry, Mrs. Bobby McAlister, Mrs. Cecil Regier, and Mrs. Donald Settles, and Miss Singley, Miss Owens, Miss Holton, Miss Blain and Miss Richardson. Shower Honors Mrs. B lev ins Mrs. Marvin Blevins was honored with a pink and blue shower Jan. 15 at the Quail homemaking cottage. Hostesses for the occasion were Mmes. Roy Canada, Carl Wischkaemper, Delbert White, Lloyd Langley, D. R. Langley, Lonnie Neeley, Frank Kennedy, Dick Campbell, N. E. Childers and Otis Emmert. The serving table was laid with a white crochet cloth over blue, centered with a miniature cradle surrounded by white net and tiny storks. Crystal and silver appointments were used. Little Workers 4-H Make Fudge Candy The Little Workers 4-H Club met Monday, Jan. 20 in the office of Mrs. Robert iBarjen- bruch for their regular meeting. Phyllis Hodge was Queen and Jennifer Bouchelle and (Lena Hall were Princesses. Mrs. Barjenbruch gave a demonstration on butterscotch fudge bars. Those present were Jennifer Bouchelle, Nell Edens, Debra Green, Phyllis Hodge, Rosemary Popwell, Lili'ie Ann Rogers, Cozette Seitz, Lena Hall, Judy Hofforth and Jenny 'Lynn. Observe 50th Anniversary —Jerry's Studio Photc Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawley, 1401 Bowie Street, observed their golden wedding anniversary with a reception Sunday, January 19. The couple have spent all their married life in the Loco and Wellington communities. Shower at Quail Recently Honors Mrs. Jack Scott, a Winter Bride Mra. Jack Scott, the former VTargie White, -was honored vith a bridal shower Monday afternoon January 20 in the Quail Home Making Cottage. Hostesses were Mmes. Davicl Peters, Ted Wheeler, Elmer Hi- :tt, Jack Neeley, Ted Brock, Camp Fire Girls Stage Band to Contests The Wellington high school stage band will participate in the Intel-scholastic League contests in Canyon .Saturday, Feb. 1, competing against bands from Fanwell, Sunray and Canadian. James Larson, band director, will accompany the group. Nineteen schools will take part, with Wellington competing in Class A. Their numbers will include "Design for Autumn," "Wed- ding Cha Cha," and "Rock Bottom." Band members due to go are Carol Bfain, Raymond Barton, Nancy Crawley, Tommy Thomas, Dwight IBowen, Dan Warrick, Cleland Stallings, Jamie Larson, Lyndal Bowen, Sharon Daves, Charles Black, John Barjenbruch, Regina Ferguson, Jane Orr, \, 'ham Bowen, Anna Kay Kelso, Sammy Thompson, Marsha Tyler, Linda Moore, and Mr. Larson. The Rev. Nathan Bussie of Altus, Okla., was a week end visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Vaughan. On Jan. 14 the Happy Blue Birds met at their Camp Fire building with their leader, Mrs. Hobo Castlebcrry. They decorated clothes' pegs with colored sequins for their project. Then Tina Nunnelley served refreshments of hot chocolate and doughnuts to Candy Cason, Andrea Lowe, Nancy Graham, Connie Lewis, Kris Aaron, Lennie Morgan, Sherrl Gray and 'Lana Forehand. The Pretty Blue Birds met after school Tuesday, Jan. 14 at their building for a play period. Edi Watkins was hostess for the group, which included, Cheryl Sipillman, Patti McAlister, Phyllis Ann Sullivan, Debbie McGraw, Debbie Long, Juliana Baumgardner, Ramona Ford, and Mrs. James Sullivan, the leader. On Thursday, Jan. 16 the Knokawana Camp Fire group met at their .building. Doris Tingle was hostess and server! cup cakes, gum ,peanuts and pop. Each girl took turns reading and discussing laws and their meanings from the Camp Fire book. Attending were Pam Kers- tcn, Mary Nell Edens, Jane Campbell, Mary Saied, Karen Maxwell, Debra Jones, Marcia King, Carole Cochran, Doris Tingle, Judy Jones, Ann Smith, Judy Hoffarbh, and one guest. Guardians present were Mrs. Jim Cochran and Mrs. J. B. King. The Cardinal iBhie Birds met Ceoi? Shanks, A. T. lent?,. Eavl Hunter, Jimmy Kelso, She^on Nunnelley, C. D. IVIesser, Dick Campbell, T. C. Crabtree, G. T. Stephens, Roy Canada, Jerry DePauw, and Clarence Blevins. Miss Ann Baggett registered the guests. The gifts were presented to the honoree and as she opened each gift she passed it a- rouncl for everyone to see. Miss Agatha Wright gave a number of piano selections during the afternoon. The serving table was laid with a white cloth over <pink. Two hearts surrounded by pink, carnations formed the centerpiece. Misses Margie .and Jackie DePauw alternated at serving punch. at the Camp Fire building.. Friday, Jan. 17. The girls made Barbie doll furniture. . Refreshments, were .served to Nancy Shumate, Janet Word, Janet Simmons, Janet... Holland, Mitzi Pendleton, Kathy. Bartlett, Katy Sullivan,. Gwen Hedger, Jan MeGill, -Reta Branch, Pam Shumate, , Delia Shumate, Leslie Shumate, .and the sponsors, Mrs. C. T. Shumate and Mrs. Marshall Peters. In 1920 there -were 45.000 miles of electrified trolley tracks in the U.S. Who's New in the — — Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Montgomery of Lakeview are the parents of a son, Paul Daryl, born Jan. 7. He : X € JS ne< ^ five pounds and 15 'ounces. Grandparent^ are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 'Lan'gfdrd ' of Pampa and ' Mr.' a'nd 'Mrs. Paul Montgomery of''Mem- phis. •••••: Punier of AmariMo; also a grandson, Mr. and Mrs. James Vfassey and small son of Slaton. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Amerson were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Foe F. Knoll of Amarillo. • Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Tate of Dumas visited during the week end with her family, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Breeding of Ab- Mrs. Alex Coleman had as ier guests over the week end Mi', and Mrs. Richard Bentley and Ricky and Michael. Mrs. James Throckmorton is to Dallas for treatment. Two of her sisters visited her Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Secrist of Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Josephine Camp of Amarillo. • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Myers of McLean wei'e guests for supper Saturday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Massey. Frank Coleman Jr., of Dimmitt and Austin O'Neat of Cotton Center visited relatives here over the week end and went quail hunting, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Nunnelley were guests for dinner Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffman. • Mr. Rogers, father of Henry Rogers, is reported to have bers as trumpet solos. She was accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs. L. E. Ward. After the singing of the hymn of .the month, refreshments were served to Mrs. jBar- jenbruch, Mrs. John Harper, Mrs. Bill Bradley, Mrs. Mack Bush, Mrs. Claude Groves, Mrs. Bernico Welch, Mrs. B. M. Sims, Mrs. Richard Nail, Mrs. Jack Durham, Mrs. Ward, Miss Blain, Richard and Randall Sims, Crab- leigh Nail, and the hostesses, Mrs. Warrick and Mrs. Cudd. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keller spent the past week end in Fort Worth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Keller. They ateo visited other relatives in Fort Worth and Dallas. School Lunch Menu Monday, Feb. 3: Barbecued beef on a bun. baked beans, carrot and cabbage salad, Bartlett pears, peanut butter cookies, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Tuesday, Fob. 4: Chicken fried steak with cream gravy glazed swe^t potatoes, green pea salad, hot rolls with butter and jelly, apple rings, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Wednesday, Feb. 5: Livestock show menu: Cowboy special (chuck wagoii beans), rodeo salad (cold potato salad), poor boy cornbread, lasso pie (fruit cobbler, ice cream, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Thursday, Feb. G: Ground beef patty on a bun, buttered whole kernel corn, onion, mustard, pickles, carrot sticks, canned tomatoes, apple-cranberry crisp, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Friday, Feb. 7: Fish sticks and catsup, whipped potatoes, seasoned green beans, whole wheat rolls and butter, apple sauce, half pint milk or choco- lato milk. O. < H uv OL e> UJ > 5 had a stroke and in St. Joseph's Hospital in Wellington. • Mrs. Prank Stafford had to return to the hospital in Shamrock but is reported as doing fair. • Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Favor and Rusty, Mrs. Icon Patterson and Mrs. Jennie Montgomery visiited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Donald Ooleman. GOOD SERVICE Three million volunteer women street sweepers reportedly saved Romania $13 million last year. TO SERVE YOU BETTER Carolyn Wilkerson is now associated with VADA HARRIS BEAUTY SHOP Shampoo and Set $1.35 Loving Care Treatment- $1.50 Permanents $5.00 VADA HARRIS BEAUTY SHOP 1100 Graham Street Phone 447-2679 FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY See Our New Spring Piece Goods and New Spring Sportswear UNBLEACHED DOMESTIC 00 yard; — $ $ $ — First Quality Ladies Seamless Hose 00 pair Ail Ladies Sportswear All Men's & Boys' Coats PRICE One Group Men's, Boys' I Ladies Shoes PI 73 m m Z H a. 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