The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 30, 1964 · Page 7
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January 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

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yfl DPS Safety O/f/cei •fucfenfs See Graphic Highway Safety Film ^Wellington high school and (ttior high students felt the Spatst of death on the high- ifys through a film and frank qcussion given Monday, Jan. r$ by Gilbert Ray, safety offi- * ? of the Department of Pubis 1 .! Safety, Amarillo. Still a subject for discus- on by the local teen-agers, ij* film was "Mechanized eMh," taken in color on-the- sene of actpal yehicle ncci- snts. film is not retouched," ay pointed out. ,In another session, Ray spoke > ( | children of the elementary ihool and showed two safety irtoons, Jimminy Crickets in I'm No Fool on a Bicycle," nd Peter and the Whiffle- Dttnd in a general safety film. To the older group, Ray told raphically of the seven-tenths f t a second it takes for a perm to die in a crash into a •ee at 56 miles per hour. ?|In the first tenth of that ital second, your front bump- r f and grill collapse, with sliv- rj of steel penetrating .tjhe •ee to depths of one and half iches or more," .Ray said. ...In the second tenth of a Safety Officer Gilbert Ray M : . '•• .'.•' *; * * second your hood crumples as it rises, smashing into the windshield, and spinning rear wheels leave the ground. Fenders begin wrapping themselves around the tree, forcing the rear parts to splay out over the front doors. The car frame is being braked powerfully, but your body is still moving at 55 miles an hour. This means a force of 20 times gravity, your body now weighs 3200 pounds. "Instinctively, you stiffen your legs for the jolt, but they snap at the knee joints. "During the third tenth of a second, your torso upright leaves the seat and broken knees ram into 'the dashboard. The steering wheel begins to collapse under your death gri|p, the steering column drives bo- ward your chest. "In the deadly second's fourth tenth, the car's front rtjwo feet are totally demolished, but the rear end is still coining on at 35 miles an hour. YOU are still doing 55. Halt a ton of motor plunges into the tree. The car's rear, like a bucking horse, rises high enough to scrape ibark off low branches. "In the fifrth tenth, you are impaled on the steering column. Jagged steel punctures >lung and intercoastal arteries. Blood spurts into your lungs. "In the sixth tenth, the force of impact has built up so great that your feet are ripped out of tightly laced shoes. The brake pedal shears off at the floorboard. The car frame buckles in the middle. Your head banks into the windshield. The rear wheels 1 , still spinning, fall back, digging into the earth. "And in the seventh tenth of the second, the whole car is distorted. Hinges riip. Doors open. In one last convulsion the NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING of the GREENBELT TRANSLATOR SYSTEM Thursday, January 30, at 7:30 p. m. District Courtroom Bill Colvin of Canadian, our engineer, will discuss plans to improve the system and answer any questions you may have. — New Directors will be elected — If you get TV reception off the Greenbelt Translator System, we urge you to be present. TRAVIS McGUIRE, President LIPTON V* Pound GIANT Delsey TISSUE 4-roll pack 49* CRISCO 3 Pounds — Shortening 69t SHURFRESH 2 Pounds — OLEO 394 SHURFRESH BISCUITS 3 FOR 25 Wilsons All Meat BOLOGNA, Ib. PURE CANE SUGAR 5 Pounds SHURFINE FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 3—6-oz. CANS 79* • f f A M » STAMP »T A » t f 4 * • RABURN GROCERY AND MARKET Phone 447-2171 - We Deliver Double Stamps on Wednesday THE WELLINSTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 30, 1964 Quail Defeats Groom Norwood Takes 9-B Tilt from Quails seat rams forward, pinming you against .the cruel steel of the steering shaft. Blood spurts from your mouth. But it doesn't matter . . . you are already dead. "No need to go into itjhe final three-tenths of this horrible second, you wont be around to know 'them. And, of course, neither are your passengers. They have succumbed to their own troubles." 70 on Junior High 6-Weeks Honor Roll Seventy students were listed on the honor roll of Wellington junior high school late last week, according to A. A. McQueary, principal. Twenty of these were on the A roll. Sixth grade, A roll: Linda Williams, Danny Watts, Carroll Phipps, Gerold Phipps, Charles Mauldin, Susan Oney, Kathy Cox, Billy McAlister, Cindy Saied. Sixth grade, A average: Don Martin. Pamela Guthrie, Ronnie Roberts, Mike Davis, Becky Shannon, Monica Gray, Gary Mike Gulley, Truebt Holton, Betsy Trapp, Kathy Tyler. Sixth grade, B roll: James Jones, Malicia Junod, Danny West, Kathy Jo King, iBrice Jackson, Gary Lynn Farrar, Lillian McKinney, Renee Quaid. Janice White. Seventh grade, A roll: Sharon Cummings, Elaine Karnes, Debbie Lewis, Jennifer Leeper, Brenda King. Seventh grade, A average: Jerry Wooldridge, Joy Huds- seth, Tony Hurst, Jim Clark, flary Bearden, Jane Thompson, Carol' Sue Burba, June Popwell, Mary Lou Holton, Mary Lou Tanna. Seventh grade, B roll: Pafcti iacy, Judy Porter, Judith McClendon, Sue Parker, Wanda Whitten, Wauleen O'Hair. Eighth grade, A roll: Bren- la Bobo, Beth Smith, Susan offee, Rhonda Cason, Kathy Ciker, Linda Phillips. Eighth grade, A average: Tanya Horton, Alfred Allred, larry Pattei-son, Nancy Sdkes, an Bowen, .George Kopp, Da/id Groves, Cherry Lewis, Paricia Thomas, Rhonda Kers- cn, Johnny Harris. Eighth grade, B roll: Jim indsey, Billy McKinney, Polly Browning, Andy Henard. QiE€8il Boys Tdke The Quail Quails took their first district 9-B basketball defeat of the season at the hands of the Samnorwood Eagles on Friday night, Jan. 24. The Eagles downed the Quails 68-54 to even the two teams' district records at four wins and one loss. The Quails defeated Groom Tuesday, Jan. 21, while the Eagles were taking a defeat from the Hedley Owls. The Bobwhites test to the Groom girls 41-35 and to the league-leading Samnonvood girls 56 to 34. Score by quarters: Bobwhites 10 16 27 35 Groom girls 11 16 25 41 High scorer for Quaii was Shirley Horton with 22; for Groom, jBurgin with 24. Quails 14 27 37 52 Groom 'boys 9 18 37 49 Robert Russell scored 19 for Quail; Don Hartley 18 for Groom. Bobwhites 9 19 29 34 Eaglettes 16 25 41 56 Jo Nell Breeding scored 21 for Norwood's high; Sue Saunders made 15 for Quail. Quails 8 25 38 54 Eagles 12 33 54 68 Jimmy Martlndale made 22 for Norwood; Joe Harris 14 for Quail. REAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS AND TRUCKS 1962 '/, Ton Chevrolet Pickup 6 cylinder, wide short bed, 'beige color, standard transmission, heater, mud and snow tires on rear. Real clean. S1295 1961 Yi Ton Ford Pickup 8 cylinder, dark blue in color, wide short bed, Fordomatic transmission, heater, custom cab, rear bumper, just like new. $1165 I960 V, Ton Ford Pickup 8 cylinder, white color, wide short bed, custom cab, heater, side mount, rear bumper, mud and snow tires. A real bargain. $865 1956 Ford Tractor Model 850, with butane. New paint job. A good buy. $1295 We have bargains in all makes of cars and trucks Come Over to See Us and SAVE Hall Motor Co Hof/is, Oklahoma The Quail B and Freshman )oys team took a double head- r from Samnorwood at Quail Thursday night, Jan. 23. The Freshmen won 40 'to 33 nd the B team took a 50-29 ictory. In the Freshman game, Coy Stephens 'was high point man or Quail with 23, and Paul 31 ark had 18 for Samnonvood. Leading the B team Quails vas Paul GoMihugh with 25 vhile Clark had 9 to lead the amnonvood team. The teams will meet again at Samnorwood Feb. 10. Green Heads OCC Training Center A leader in the 7th annual ? reedom Forum at Oklahoma hristian College, Feb. 4-7, is Donald Green, formerly of Well- ngton. Green is now head of the American Citizenship Training "tenter at the Oklahoma City lollege. The forum is aimed atteach- ng the principles of American- sm and participating this year will be top flight leaders in jovernment, commerce, indus- ry, labor and the press. These include Frank Ahl- ren, editor of the Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.. and Jack Abernathy, head of Big Ohief Drifting Co. Green said the conference will concentrate on the role of the various segments of our economy in expand/ing the nation's markets. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green of Wellington. After Inventory Friday, Saturday, Monday, January 31 • Feb. 1 & 3 BOYS SHOES $4.99 to $8.98 values to go at — PIXIES by Mercury Your Choice •99 pair Men's Corduroy levis $5.98 value $399 pair Dickies Army Cloth (type I) Pant $1 Shirt $349 ENTIRE STOCK Men's and Boys' SWEATERS to go at — i/ 2 PRICE Ladies Dress Values to $19.98 (including few pair genuine Alligator Lizards) They are yours for pair Nope, there is nothing wrong with the shoes, must be us! ENTIRE STOCK LADIES FALL AND WINTER Values to $21.98 WOMENPAST21 WITH BLADDER IRRITATION After 21, common Kidney or Bladder Irritations affect twice as many women M men and may make you tense and nervous from too frequent, burning or Itching urination both day and night. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and suffer from Head* ache*, Backache and feel old, tired, depressed. In such Irritation, OYBTEX usually brims fast, relaxing comfort by curbing Irritating germs in strong, acid urine and by analgesic pain relief. Get OT8TBX at druggists, reel better fast. Discontinued Styles Ladies and Childrens Lingerie & Bras SAVE AND MORE One Group LADIES SHOES Values to $13.98 Shoes you would not have before, but they should be worth . . . to add to your closet stock. Fall & >Vinter Ladies and Childrens You v/il! want to pick through our Table for unbelievable values just too ridiculous to mention. on all other Fall and Winter Merchandise throughout our store. Department Store phone 447-5747

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