The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 30, 1964 · Page 4
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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, January 30, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 30, 1964 Mrs. Auther Jones Jr. Honored at Bridal Shower in Cudd Home Home Rites Saturday Evening Unite Tommy Pendergrass, Betty Jo Myers •Miss Betty Jo Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Myers of Sweefyvater, Oklahoma, 'became the bride of Tommy Pendergrass in vows exchanged on Saturday, January 25 at five o'clock in the evening, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. DonaM Nimnelley, Wellington. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Pender- are parents of the bridegroom. The Rev. Kenneth Quaid-read the double ring ceremony as the couple stood before an arch of greenery flanked by baskets of white stock. •-, ..;'''• . ::•.,:• ••••• Recorded tnusic was pi ayed during the ceremony. . The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a street length dress of white lace over satin vvith scalloped neckline and long sleeves. Her /short veil was attached to a headpiece of seed pearls, and she carried a bouquet of white carnations atoo a white Bible. Miss Jo Welch was maid of honor. She wore a pink dress and carried <a ;bouquet of white carnations. Best; man was Nat Romo of Wellington. . " . ' The bride received her education at S weetiwater, Okla. and McLean high school. She is employed at Marie Foundation Co. The bridegroom attended school ait Quail and Wellington before entering the Navy. He received lus basic training at San Diego, Calif., and Mem- shis, Tenn., and is now stationed at Corpus Christi where the couple will make their Mrs. Auther Jones, Jr., the' former (Linda -Maxwell, was honoree at a bridal shower on Friday, Jan. 10 in.the home of Mrs. Wayne. Cudd. Hostesses were Mrs. Cudd, Mrs. J. D. Farrar, Mrs. John E. Forbis, Mrs. D. C. Thomason, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. L. A. Gilmore, Mrs. William 0'- Rear, Mrs. Roy Thomason, Mrs. Lewis Green, Mrs. J. |B. Wade, Mrs. Ray Uselton and Mrs. Buddy Yarbrough. •Mrs. Cudd received the guests and presented them to Mrs. Auther Jones Jr., Mrs. J. W. Maxwell, her mother, and Mrs. Auther Jones, Sr., mo'ther of the bridegroom. Miss Janie Jones, sister of the bridegroom, presided at the bride's book. Misses Anna Kay Kelso, Jan Lindsey, Connie Nutt, and Jeanne Antoon alternated at serving table which was with a white net cloth and appointed with silver and crystal. The ceriterpiec© was an"*arrangement of blue and white flowers. Approximately 35 guests called during the evening. the laid Clothing and Drapery Workshops to Be Held During February, March As the couple left; on a wedding trip south the bride wore a beige brocade dress with jeige accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations. A reception was held >at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nunnelley, immediately following the ceremony. The serving table was laid with a white lace cloth over pink. Forming the centerpiece was the ^raditriomal bride and groom surrounded by pink carnations entwined with ribbon. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bura Handley, Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Parker and Vera, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Minyard and Joyce Lowann of Pampa, Nat Romo, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Lee and son of Borger, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Allen of Sweetwater, Mary Lou Myers and Barbara Welch of McLean, -Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Myers and children and Mr. and Mrs. Nun- nolley. 1924 Study Club Honors Women in Public Life with Luncheon Thursday On January 23 members and guests of the 1924 Study Club met at the Greenbelt room for an international buffet luncheon. Keyed to "Feminine Focus Parsons, Mrs. Larson, •Mrs. Mrs. Baw- on the International Status of Women," the luncheon wvs an imaginary world tour via food, decorations and program. Those present were welcomed "aboard the 1924 Study Club's public affairs flight" by the 'Ipitot," Mrs. B. M. Sims. "Hostesses" were Mrs. Mack Bush, Mrs. Ed Bawcom, Mrs. Don Beck, -Miss Hattie D. Wells. Mrs. J. B. King, the public affairs department chairman, presented the guests. Especially honored were women in elective and appointive offices: Mrs. John Colemaw, Mrs. Lorene Jenkins, Mrs. Arvarie Dodson, Mrs. Ruth Aaron, Mrs. R. H. Isbell, Mrs. Heber Brantley, and Miss Louise Fulcher. Others presented were Miss Virginia Robey, Mrs. L. B. Bratten, Mrs. Bynum Hightower, Mrs. Sandy Parsons Jr., Mm James Larson, 'Mrs. James Martindale. Mrs. Chester Fires, Top of Texas District chairman status of women division, was also presented. '.•©on voyage" table decorations blended bright confetti and varied modes of transportation one might take on a world tour. As the guests entered there was a tiered arrangement of flags of all nations and a huge worM globe surrounded by travel folders on various continents. For after lunch the itinerary called for a world affairs conference on the status of women. Mrs. R. Jones Langford gave an entei<taining and interesting address on "Women Active in World Affairs." Mentioned were both somber and amusing aspects of women "at home" and in the business world. Present for this annual in'; /temational luncheon were Mrs. iLangford, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. ; Jenkins, Mrs. Dodson, Mrs. Bratten, Mrs. Hightower, Mrs. Patricia Bouchelle Party Hostess •Patricia Bouchelle was hostess al; a slumber party Jan." 14 at-her home in the Loco community, ; : Those attending •were Rose Montgomery, Linda Karnes, >" Patsy McDanel, and the host- :; .CSS. • . :..'.' '•./-•; •J-ff' :• .• Martindale, Mrs. Sims, Fires, Mrs. Bush, Mrs. com, Mrs. D. F. Cook, Mrs. A. L. Elliott, Mrs. King, Mrs. J. R. Ross, Mrs. Don Van Pelt, Mrs. Velrnan Warrick, Mrs. J. F. -Michael, Mrs. Henry Vaughan, and Miss Robey, Miss Fulcher, Miss Wells> and Miss Sara E. Jones. .'Latin American homes are noted for their 1 patios. A series of clothing and drapery workshops will bo held for women of the county tjhrough the months of February and March, Mrs. Robert Barjenbruch, home demonstration agent, has announced. . Sponsoring the series is the Extension Service «nd the clothing and housing committee of the county program building committee. All work-shops are Nulls Honored at Housewarmlng A houfiewarming recently honored Mr. and Mrs. Ray Null who recently completed remodeling a house on Graham street. Games of dominoes and 42 were played during the evening, and later refreshments were served. Attending were Mr. and Mrs E. H. Hartman, -Mrs. iLeo Tho mas, Elder and Mrs. Elvis Pitts, Janice and Donitta Pitts Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Martin Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Tyson and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hanna Paul and Jeff, Mr. and Mrs Marshall Peters, Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Wilson, Mr. and Mrs Tom Caterlin, Mr. and Mrs Buforcl Ritey, Mr. and Mrs Bill Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Rogers, Kent Riley, Mrs. Earl Pat tei-son, Kirk and Kathy, -Mrs C. E. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs Charley Lee Watts and Mai anie, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hart man and Ronnie and Mitzie. pen to any woman interested. Both beginning and advanced owing will be stjudied. AH workshops wall begin at 2 p.m. nless the individual groups make other arrangements. , This schedule will be follow- d. Dodson, the school lunch oorri, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 11, 18, and 25. . Wellington, advanced sewing, ionic demonstration agent's of- ice, Wednesdays, Feb. 5, 19 and 26. Samnorwood and Abra, at Norwood school lunch room on Thursdays, Feb. 6, 20, and 27. Wellington, beginning sew- ng, home demonstration agents office, Fridays, Feb. 7, 14 and 28. •••'•••• '"' ' ' : The drapery workshops wil' be for two sessions only anc will be held during March, Mrs Barjenbruch said. These will be Dodson lunch room, Tuesdays March 3 and 10. Wellington, home demonstra tion agent's office, Wednesday. 1 March 4 and 11. Samnorwood and Abra, Nor wood school lunchroom, Thurs days, March 5 and 12. Lillie community, March 19 and 26. Shower Honors Mrs. Roland Roberts in Young Home Saturday Evening the was Mrs; Roland. Roberts, former Carolyn Locfchart, honored with 9 bridal shower Saturday wight, January 25 in tjhe home of Mrs. Tiffin Young. Mrs. Young greeted the guests and presented them to Mrs. Roberts, her mother, 'Mrs. Cecil Lockhart, and Mrs. Francis Roberts, the bridegroom's mother. Mrs. Neal Gray presided at the bride's book. The serving table was laid with an ocru crochet ctoth over pink, and appointed witjh crystal. The centenpiece was an arrangement of pink carnations and white tapera. Miss Janice Wood and Mrs. Maxie Tarver of Amarillo served 'the punch and cake. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Young, Mrs. W. p. Harbin, Mrs. W. M. Durfey, Mrs. Donald Curry, Mrs. Herman Belew, Mrs. Woodrow Wood, Mrs. J. W. Tarver, Mrs. Bill Hall, Mrs. Weldon Cleveland and Mrs. Harold Elbert. Mrs. Paul Starr ' '• •••:'•' ' * Mrs. Starr Receives Grand Chapter Appointment in the Eastern Star Week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Welch were Mrs. Louis Hill of Shamrock, Mrs. J. B. Little of Corpus Christi, and Charles Welch of Fort Worth. Gary West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oris West, spent the week end with his iparents. Gary attends school at; Howard Payne College in Brownwood. Three times during her membership in the Eastern Star, Grand Chapter aippointments have come to a Wellington woman. Eva Starr recently was appointed Grand Representative of Massachusetts to Texas for a period of three years. Her appointment was made by the Worthy Grand Matron of the State of Texas, Molly Gooclpasture of Browrufield. In her office, Mrs. Starr will' represent the Eastern Star of the State of Massachusetts at Texas OES functions and she is also eligible <to attend any Eastern Star function in the Bay State. Prior to this, Mrs. Starr has held a state committee appointment and was Deputy Grand Matron of District 2, Section 5, during 1955-56. The wife of Paul Sttarr, who has held many honors in the Masonic and Eastern Star lodges, Mrs. Starr became a member of the Shamrock Chapter in the late 1920's. She was Worthy 'Matron of that chapter in 1937-38. Rose Bushes ship to 'the Wellington chapter about 20 years ago. Shower Honors Winter Bride Mrs. Mike Deason and Miss Mary Margin were co-hostesses at a kitchen shower Monday, Jan. 20 in Mrs. Deason's home honoring Mrs. Auther Jones Jr. the former Linda Maxwell. The afternoon was spent visiting. Refreshments were served to Misses Janie Jones, Jan Lindsey, Joan Jaanes, Anna Kay Kelso, Glenna Taylor, Karen Richardson, Betty Courtney, Jan Glenn, Connie Null, La- veWe Harper, Janyth Estes, Karen Childress, Marsha Tyler, Beverly Singley, Joyce Holton, Susan Sullivan and Aleta Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McGill, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Outline and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nafl attended the Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth this past Satur- CLIMBERS AND BUSH ROSE Wide Selection No. 2 BUSHES 2 for. She transferred her member- I day. Ronson Lighters Beautiful assortment of Ronson Table Lighters and Pocket Lighters . . . Close Out We are closing out many patterns of fcstoria Crystal Flintridge China and REDWING POTTERY (These patterns are not being discontinued by the companies that make them.) All these close-out patterns will go at As long as the stock lasts. Price Instant Spray Starch, giant 24 ounce size ... Household Latex Gloves, reg.80cpr.-g pr. $|00 Baby Pants, Special - £ pair Leorie Bubble Bath, Apple Blossom, 3 Ibs. .. 400 Count Kleenex, £ for $j[00 Who's New in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Kent Peeples of Canyon are the parents of a son bora January 19 in an Amarillo hospital. He weighed iseyen pounds and six ounces And has been named D'Ray. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Crawley and Me. and Mrs. Ray Peeples. Pangburns Valentine Candy has Just arrived — -Let us lay away your choice now. Costume Jewelry During this Stock Reduction Sale our large collection of beautiful Costume Jewelry will sell at ... 2 PR ICE Parsons Drug No. V/2 Plants, each 88* No. 1 LARGE 2-Year Old....... $144 BEN FRANKLIN WE On Everything (Except Cigarettes) FIXTURES For Sale ALL SALES CASH No Charge No Stamps

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