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Altar Society Plans Project The Altar Society of Our Mother of Mercy Catholic parish met at the home of Mrs, Henard Gray, president of the society, Wednesday, Jan. 22. Also present were Faith er Patrick Burke, itjhe Parish Priest, Mrs. Pat Shields, Mrs. Lucian Bearden, Mrs. Russoll Yates, Mrs. Allen J. Peters, Mrs. Quiwton Brewer and Mrs. Frank Hajek. Several items of business •were discussed, including the purchase of new furniture for the office at the rectory, and new .-linens-for'.the church and rectory. Father Burke showed the group colored slides of his home town, London, England, and also of the Universitjy where he attended lectures for almost two years at Cambridge, England, and where he finally received his Master's Degree in English Literature. "The history of Altar Societies in the Catholic Church goes back to .the time of Jesus Christ Himself, Who had a •group of faithful women who administered to the "house- Tceeping" needs of Himself and His Apostles," Father Burke said. "Among these women were His Mother, Mary, Mary of •Cleophas, and later Mary Magdalene. Nowadays, the counter-parts of these women of Biblical times are the ladies of "the Altar Society, who help the Parish Priest in ,t;he ujpkeep of the church and rectory, and who pay ^particular attention to •the cleaning and decorating of the altar, which is the focal point of worship in the Catholic Church." Crawford Speaks at '54 Study Club Mrs. Paul Spillman, chairman of the 1954 Study Club yearbook committee, was hostess to members of that club •when they met Thursday, Jan. 16. Assisting Mrs. Spilhnan with hostess duties were other members of the yearbook com- mitee. During the business session, conducted by the (president, Mrs. Billy Ray Long, the nominating committee presented the names of proposed officers for the coming year. jBob Crawford from the Soil Conservation Service presented •the iprogram on conservation. Slides wero used along with comments by Mr. Crawford on the various types and methods of conservation used on local farms to control water and wind erosion. Control of gullies was made possible with the planting of a cover crop and building of dams at regular intervals. Contour farming and terracing are a means of preventing washing on sloping and hillside land. Mr. Crawford also pointed out the use of shelter belts in this area for .preventing wind erosion. Club Studies Modern Art Mrs. J. Frank Johnson, hosts to members of the Domestic Science Club, opened the regular meeting Thursday, Jan. 23 by reading a poem, "The World We Live In," by Edgar A. Quest. Mrs. Clyde Drake, president, presided over itfie business meeting. New officers were elected for the 19G4-1066 term and include Mrs. John Coleman, president; Mrs. Jerry Nix, vice president; and Mrs. Deskins Wells, secretary-treasurer. The program topic was "Modem 1 Art," discussed by Mrs. John Sherman. Modern art had its beginning in the late 18th century, she said in her short history of the movement. Cezanne was the founder of modern art that leads up to Picasso and Barque," Mrs. Sherman told the group. Attending were Mrs. J. M. Orr, Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, Mrs. Jerry Nix, Mrs. Clyde Drake, Mrs. Sherman, Mrs. Johnson, and her house-guest, Mrs. R. C. Johnson of Dalhart. DfCG Has Program on Economy Wellington members of Kappa Gamma Chalpter of Delta Kappa Gamma were hostesses recently for a meeting which had as the program theme "Economic Patterns." This was a "turn-about" or circle presentation, with Carrie Belle King and Neville Wren of Memphis discussing "Economic Patterns of Europe," while Bonnie Willis and Sarah Jones of Wellington told of "Economic Patterns of the Uni- Ited States." Eighteen members attended THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 30, 1964 SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY AT THE RITZ Captain Bligh and 18 of his followers, set adrift on the open sea in a small boat, gaze at H.M.S. Bounty as she sails away with the mutineers, led by Fletcher Christian. The scene is from Metro- Goldwyn-Heyer's presentation of "Mutiny on the Bounty." Marlon Brando protrays Christian, with Treva Howard as Bligh in the spectacular picture filmed in Ultra Panavision and Technicolor in Bora-Bora, Moorea and fabled Tahiti. Want Ad Information Rates On Classified and Legal Notices Minimum Charge $1.00 Minimum (cash in advance) 7o< Per word, I insertion 4c Each subsequent insertion 3c Display in Classified Section, per inch — $1.00 Phone 447-2414 Attending were Mrs. Jack Aaron', Mrs. Bill Hatch, Mrs. C. T. Hubbard, Mrs. Calvin from this and surrounding towns. Wellington members, who served in hostess duties, were L. C. Sweat, president, Maudie Coffee, Bonnie Willis, Sara Jones, Mitotie Lowry, Freda Peters, Ruth Walker and Myrtle Hill. Li Hie Club Studies Management The Lillie Home Demonstration Club met Thursday, Jan. 23 in the home of Mrs. Zook Thomas. Mrs. Elmer Haralson, the president, presided. Mrs. Zook Thomas gave the devotional and Mrs. Haskel* Manuel led in prayer. Mrs. Robert Barjenbruch gave the program on "Home Management;." Mrs. Zook Thomas was elected a nominee to the District meeting to be held in Perryton April 9. Members attending were Mrs. Henry Langford, Mrs. Mack Horton, Mrs. A. M. Saunders, Mrs. Elmer Hana'lson, Mrs. Haskell Manuel, Mrs. Dudley Phipp'S, Mrs. John Thomas and LaVonda, Mrs. Barjenbruch, the hostess, and one guest, Mrs. WMU Holds Royal Service Programs . . The Ruth Poole Circle of the ^.^T^V^T. 1 ?,.: 8 ™.! I Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. J. L. Burt Monday, Jan. 27. Mrs. J. iL. Hays read the calendar of prayer and conducted the cottage prayer meeting Taking (parts on tjhe program were Mrs. M. L. Lynn, Mrs. Roscoe Land, Mrs. Silas Crawford, Mrs. A. B. Clark, Mrs. Hays, and Mrs. Burt. The Marilois Kirksey Circle met with Mrs. W. A. Morrow for Royal Service program and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson j cottage prayer meeting. Those and -Miss Nora Mae Buske were in Big Spring during the week end to visit their son, Jerry |Buske and family. Mrs. Euris Phipps and children, Jim and Jan, of AmariJ- o, spent last week with her Darents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wilkerson. They also visited Mr. and 'Mrs. Amos Phipps. Mrs. Wilkerson and Miss Patsy Wilkerson returned them to their home Monday. Reprints of Advertisements The Wellington Leader furnishes 20 reprints of advertisements to all regular advertisers who desire them each week. Additional reprints may be secured at a considerably lower cost than new circulars by notifying the paper of your needs at the time you place the advertisement with the newspaper. We are now doing repairs on all makes of washing machines and refrigerators Bill Ham is our new repair man. Steve Owens Supply 28-4c For Sale FOR SALE—Four 15 inch t;ires, good. Also 23 young hens. W. A. Eads, 411 N. El Paso ANNOUNCING See or Call R. A. WILLIAMS 700 Floydada Street Phone 447-5506 Wellington, Texas Representing Schell-Munday Co. of Amarillo, Texas Perm a Stone, Siding, Storm Doors and Windows Rock Wool Insulation Remodeling 26-4c WARRICK Feed Store Bulldozing Terracing Grading Harold Eiberl 48-tft St. Phone 447-5532. 28-4p F.OR SALE—Barbie Doll clothes, $1.00 to $2.50. Coats, dresses, sets, some with fur trim. Contact Mrs. W. F. Howard, Jr., Quail, Texas. 28-lp and grandson, Stevie- Hunter, spent the past week end in t;he home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Beam and children, and Mr. a-ml Mrs 1 . F. A. Hitchcock in Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dickey of Dimmitt met them there. Miss Partly Falk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Falk, left Sunday, Jan. 19 for Bethany, Okla., where she will attend Bethany Nazarene College. Mrs. Billy Dan Cunningham and son, Glenn, of Amarillo, spent the past week end with her parents', Mr. nd Mrs. J. M. Strong. Mr. and Mrs.. Dick Holleman of Hollis were guests of her sister and brother-in-hiw, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Lindsey Sunday. Hurst, Mrs. James Larson, Mrs. James Richardson, Mrs. R. L. Templeton, Mrs. Lynn Wright, Mrs. Grant Wooldridge, Mrs. Lynn Courtney, Mrs. Don iLa- cy, Mrs. Leon Hartman, Mrs. 'Sam Adams and Mrs. Spillman. Students attending North Texas University in Denton and visiting their parents between semesters are Freddie Wat.kins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Watkina; Jerry Rainey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rainey; Harold Pigg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Pigg; Mary Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Graham; Sylvia McQueary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McQueary; and Butch White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peck White. G. D. Thomas. Baptist YWA Has Mission Project The Young Woman's Auxiliary of 'bhe First Baptist Church met Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 21 in the home of their sponsor, Mrs. Harold Lamb. For their monthly mission project, the members present made cookies and carried them tjo church members who are shut-ins. Girls present were Ann Duncan, Sandra Carter, Marsha Elbert, Jackie Barton, Pam Marchant, Linda Kai-nes, Vicki Bergval'l, Nell Tarver, Tanya Horton, (Linda Garrison and Peggy Crawford. on 'the program were Mrs. Moi - - r-ow, Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, Mrs. Clyde DeMoss and Mrs. Bill Harbin. The Jaxie Short Circle met at the church with Mrs. Raymond Terry as hostess. Mrs. D. C. Powell read the calendar of prayer and Mrs. C. T. Hubbard, Mrs. P. E. Lowrie, Mrs. Leonard Karnes and Mrs. Powell gave the program. The Mary Langford Circle met in the home of Mrs. Ruth Wyrick for Royal Service program and cottage prayer meeting. Mrs. Noble Murry read the calendar of iprayer. The Margaret Martin Circl'e met in the home of Mrs. Olan Lowe with Mrs. J. C. Whisenant in charge of the Royal Service program. FOR SALE—2000 irrigated hegira bundles at 15i? each. See J. L. Alexander, Lutie, or call BL-6-1068, Shamrock. 28-2p •iiiiiiiiiiiiiir AUTO GLASS for all makes and models Free Estimates Whites Auto Store Wellington, Texas FOR SALE OR TRADE—Late model Philco 21-inch Thinline TV, $45.00. Underwood standard typewriter, types perfectly, $25.00. Call 447-2386 be- For Ethan Allen Treasury of Early American Furniture SIMMONS FURNITURE Hollis, Okla. 17-tfc FOR TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES — Re pair, rebuilt machines, also rib oons for most machines, se Roy M. Horn. 7-tf Cards of Thanks May I express my thanks to he Boy Scout leaders and to thcrs of the Quail community *vho wore responsible for iny •eing presented flowers and a >in when my grandson, Robert ilevins, received his Eagle Scout badge. I appreciate this oken of friendship. Mrs. Carroll Blevin.s. MONUMENTS: WILLIS-FELLOW QUARRY GRANITE, OKLA. FACTORY PRICES Only 52 Miles Call collect KE 9-2184 or send letter & we will call on you. tfc For the kindness you eacn nave shown, your sympathy during these clays of sorrow, for your friendship's healing touch, our hearts are full of gratitude, tender thoughts, and thankfulness, though words can not convey our sincere appreciation of each deed you so generously gave to us during this time when we needed you for strength and comfort. Mrs. Luther Gribble Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Bunin and son Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gribble and children Mr. and Mrs. Don Hood and son Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wells and family Mi's. Fred Watkins and family Mrs. Estella Oocke and family. We are sincerely grateful to all the many friends and neighbors for their help and kind acts of sympathy during our sad bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. Troy B. Johnson Dckn-es Birkey Janette twcen 8 and 12 a.m. 28-lp USE one of our carpet sham- pooers FREE with Blue Lustre Carpet Shampoo. S&R Hardware & Appliances. 28-lc Mr. and Mrs. Denny Judd and children were in Brownfield during the week end to visit her mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Wilson visited in Lubbock Sunday in the home of Mrs. Ella Smith and with their grandson, J. Lynn Wilson. J. Lynn is a student at the University of Texas and was in Lubbock visiting his grandmother during the mid-term holidays. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Bill Smith. Mrs. R. W. Brantley left on Sunday for a six-weeks' vdsit with her daughter, Mrs. C. Y. Thomas of Whittier, Calif., and other relatives. Mrs. L. E. Cribble returned home Saturday after spending a week in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hood and Marc in Lubbock. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Vaughan and children of Amarillo sipent the past week end in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Vaughan. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. iBoen attended the funeral of his uncle, Van Boen, in Roby Jan. 22. SINGER—Complete Sales and Service. Sewing machines, vacuum cleaners. Free demonstrations in your home. Your business appreciated. Contact Wellington Sbudio. 28-lp FOR SALE—Good, bright pea lhay. C. E. Caldwell, 447-2263 SEAT BELTS SAVE LIVE; Seat belts are a year arounc protection for sudden stops or in case of a traffic accident. The occupant of a car who can remain in his seat in an emergency situation stands a better chance of survival than if he is thrown forward or out. Wanted ARE YOU PLANNING TO DRILL AN IRRIGATION WELL? Let us discuss with you the advantages of a long- term low-cost Federal Land Bank Loan. See Rayburn L. Smith on Tuesdays and Fridays. 4-tfc EXPERIENCED farm family would liko to rent irrigated cotton and maize farm. Would consider reasonable lease. Write (Box 21, Rt. 3, Panhandle, Tex. 28-lp WANTED—100,000 used burlap bags. Warrick Feed Store. 20-tfc It is with the greatest of pleasure we take this way to thank each and every one who was so kind to us while we were in the hospital. To our doctors, Dr. Career Holcomb amd Dr. Charlie Jones, the hospital staff, our friends and neighbors who st.ayecl at night, the four blood donors, the lovely flowers, and to all who helped in any way, many thanks. Mav God b'ess you all. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Keller. Help Wanted or 447-2157. 28-lc FOR SALE—Well improved 80 acres. Perfect location—aH utilities—city water. AH Minerals. Plow tools. Ideal place to retire. Tom Montgomery Real Estate. Shamrock, Texas. 28-3c GOLDEN STAR removes the ground-in dirt from carpets and upholstery. Use shampoosr FREE. Sullivan Hardware and Furniture. 28-lc Miss Celia Anderson is spending a few days 1 with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kopp before enrolling at Texas Tech in Lubbock. Miss Anderson has been attending Sam Houston State College in Huntsville. FOR SALE—Motel for sale. Retire with income, 16 units, living quarters. Red Sands Mote!, Childress, or 4501 West Third St., Amarillo. Telephone DR 3-1607, AmarUlo. 27-tfc FOR SALE—No. 1 alfalfa hay, in barn, $1.25 per bale. Bill anes, Rt. 6, Phono 447-2791. 27-4c Everybody who wants aWildcat, please stand up. Every body who wants a Skylark, please stand up. Everybody who wants a Riviera, please stand up. Now that everybody's standing, let's all go to the Buick Sports Car Rally. Really. It would be a shame to waste this chance to drive one of Buick's lively sport models, wouldn't It? Especially considering your Buick dealer's so close, and the price is so nice. That's what the Sports Car Rally is all about. And they're all luxurious enough to make you wonder why anybody'd settle for a two-seater. A finely tuned production 340 hp Wildcat with a skilled driver scored the highest miles per gallon in the economy test of Class I—high performance V-8's—at the Pure Oil Performance Trials at Daytona Beach, Florida. (So who's surprised? Not Wildcat owners.) SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALERS IN THIS AREA: Johnson Pontiac & Buick 8th and Dallas ' Wellin 9*°". T «« New Automatic Maytags JUST INSTALLED We also have 10 dryers to serve you. We also do the customary wet wash-dry wash or you can do it yourself. Duncan Laundry 9th at Ennis tfc WE MAKE gates, hay racks, automatic feeders and calf tables. Oran Starkey, intersection Highways 83 and 203. Phone 447-2578. 21-tfc 'OR SALE—General Electric refrigerator, (private owned, 'his is good one. $25. Reason or selling, have two. See at 07 Floydada. Phone 447-5587. 27-2c OR SALE—Hegari hay, 85<> per bale. Earl Janes, 1211 Dalhart St. 26-3p FOR SALE—Two chairs: one French Provincial, green damask upholstery; one platform ker iu quilted dull gold with straight valance. Mrs. Emory Hunter. Call 1 447-2410. 26-3c For Rent ALL KINDS OF DIRT MOVING, TANKS, BULLDOZING TERRACES, LAND LEVELLING No Job Too Small STARR & PENDEKGRASS 709 Ennis St., Wellington Phone 447-5607 22-tfc RAILROAD JOBS: YOUNG MEN 17% to 29 to qualify for Railroad Apprenticeship. Write Box 992, Wellington, Texas, give name, age, exact address and phone. 28-lc WAITRESS WANTED.—Apply at Dairy Mart. 28-tfc Legal Notice We would like 'to express our sincere appreciation and thanks to each one who visited, gave us words of sympathy and sent food and flowers during the illness and death of our loved one. The family of Mrs. Clarence Burge. Political Calendar FOR RENT—Small house, call 447-2704, Eddie Smith. 28-lp Services TOM MONTGOMERY Real Estate, Shamrock, will appreciate your land listing. 28-4c WILL DO IRONING in my home, $1.00 doz. Also baby sit, $1.00 a day, each child. 1104 Graham St 28-lp Free Estimates Prompt Service Expert Work Brown Paint & Body Shop Phone 447-5505 W. D. Shannon Roofing Contractor All types roofing and siding Free Estimate 801 Haskell Street Wellington 27-4c SEE US FOR Venetian Blinds Floor Covering Carpet, Tile, Linoleum Philco Appliances Washers • Dryers • Blue Lustre Shampoo • Roper Ranges • Dearborn Heaters S&R HARDWARE Sam Adams, Mgr. N. E. Corner Square Phone 447-2553 43-tfc ORDER TO ADVERTISE FOR SEALED BIDS FOR SUPPLIES, MATERIALS AND FUEL AND OIL Upon t>he recommendation of the County Road Administrator, Joe A. Coleman, a motion was made by Commissioner Breeding and duly seconded by Commissioner Wood and carried by a unanimous vote that Collingsworth County advertise for bids on the following Sup- iplies. Materials^ Fuel and Oils. The Commissioners Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Sealed bids to be opened next regular session of ourt being Monday, February 10, 1964, at 10:00 A.M. at the ommissioners' Courtroom. C.G.M. Pipe—18"-9G" Quote per Foot I-Beam—8" - 10" - 12" 14" - 16" Quote per Foot Bridge Nails 70 Spike Lumber—Bridge Timber 3"xl2"xl6' - 3"xl2"xl8' 3"xl2"x20' - 3"xl2"x24' Fuel and Oils Diesel No. 2 Gas—Regular Oils s-3, 20W arid SOW Gas engine 20W - SOW Automatic Trans oil 10W- 30W Gear Lub 90W Grease—Cartridge aH purpose Filters—Oil - air - transmissions Tires & Tubes - State Plan Flat fixing 'Lorene Jenkins>, Olerk Commissioners' Court, Collingsworth County, For District Judge 100th Judicial District ALLEN HARP CHAS. L. REYNOLDS For District Attorney 100th Judicial District JOHN GILLHAM For State Representative 87th District GRAINGER McILHANY For County Attorney R. L. TEMPLETON For Sheriff ELZIE WHITE JOHN RAINEY For County Tax Assessor-Collector RITA OWENS HUBERT MAULDIN For Commissioner Prec. 1 WOODROW WOOD For Commissioner Prec. 2 J. C. EMMERT Texas. 27-2c IN MEMORIAM Our Mother Mrs. N. C. Tennison Our Mother is at rest, asleep in Jesus, today, She has crossed over on the other shore, as she would say. She is with all of her loved ones, that have gone on before, I know she was so happy to see them, as she entered Heaven's door. On this earth she Kved a long good life, Now Heaven she has gained, where there is no strife. Our Mother never failed to tell us of Jesus and His love, And faithful should we be to our Father up above. Those, who stood by the bedside until death, Knew that her prayer had been answered as she peacefully went to rest. I know she would not have us so sad and grieved, She, so happy and waiting, for the day when we will be received, —by Thelma McEachern.