The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 30, 1964 · Page 8
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January 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 8

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Rockettes Win, Too Victories Keep s at 2-A Top The district-leading Skyrock T ets t»ok victories over .Canadian and Lefors last week to ibrhvg their record to four wins and no losses. At the same .ittfme the Rock- ettes won their- first two conference games over the Canadian Kittens and Lefors Pir- attes. The Rackets defeated Canadian 68 to 50 Tuesday night, Jan. 21, then squeaked by Lefors 40 to 39 Friday, Jan. 24. The Rockebtes ,had little difficulty winding 48-36 from the Kittens and 55-25 from Lefors. Lefors-Rockets The Lefors game for the boys was slated by sports writers as one of the best on the Friday night schedule and it turned ou^ to be just that. The lead changed hands several times and the" score was tied .several times. It was a different kind of playing than the Rockets were' used to, as the Pirates' tactics are to hold down' the opponents' score rather 'than to run up a big score for themselves. Considering the difference, •the Rockets played a goed defensive game and 'hustled well. Terry Bromlow of the Pirates was high scorer with 21 points; Roger Weems and BiM Spillman tied for the Rockets with 13 each. The game by quarters: Wellington 8 17 29 40 Lefors -7 17 28 33 Rockette-Lefors The Rockettes had little trouble taking the 55-25 victory over the Lefors girls. Nancy McOool was high scorer with 14 (points, while Jane Ritz Theatre Open Sunday — 1:45 p. m. Saturday —1:15 p. m. Mon. Thru Fri.—6:30 p.m. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. GA The French had a I reputation /SL K forit... '//$ s5*#/;>\ -f : M ,*»^v*&^.'' FOR DETAILS SEE... in "<«$ r and TEOHNICOUOR T CINEMA8COPE AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Sun.-Mon.-Tues. A-MYP Orr «nd Jan Glenra tied for 12 each. The game by quarters: Wellington 17 24 39 55 Lefors 6 15 21 25 Rockets-Wildcats After the first quarter, the Rockets didn't let; the Wildcats narrow the score enough to worry about, and the distance between the two grew as the game progressed. Roger Weems was high scor er with 20 points, while the Rockets' Gary White and the Wildcats' WilKs tied wiifc 18 each. The game by quarters: Wellington 18 35 54 68 Canadian 15 23 32 50 Itockettes-Kittens The Rockettes played without Betty Courtney, ace scorer but still ran -up a 48-36 victory over the Kittens. Dixie Petree of Canadian was high scorer with 23 points, and Jane Orr 'scored 14 and Frances Warrick 12. The game by quarters: Wellington 19 27 41 48 Canadian 5 13 28 36 Boys' 2-A Standing Team W L Wellington 4 0 •McLean 3 1 Canadian 2 2 Lefors 2 2 Memphis 1 3 Clarendon 0 4 Former Area Resident Dies A former resident of the Lutie and Nicholson communities, Mrs. Charles W. Aydelotte, died Saturday, Jan. 25 in an Amarillo hospital. Mrs. Aydelotte, who will be remembered by many as Erlene Whitson, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Roe Whitson. Funeral services were conducted at the Central Church of Christ in Amarillo Monday and burial was in Llano Cemetery. •Mrs. Aydetotte lived in Amarillo a year and a half, and before i<hat at Arlington. She was born May 14, 1899 In Barry Alabama. Surviving are her husband of the home; a son, Bow Mooney of Des Moinesv Iowa; and five brothers and four sisters: E. D. Whitson and J. M. Whitson of Amarillo; T. \B. Wlutson and Stanley Whitson of the Lutie community; J. C. Whitson of Fort Worth; Mrs. Belle Reynolds and Mrs. Hattie Stanley of Lubbock; Mrs. S. P. Day and Mrs. D. W. Kelly of Amarillo. Three 'grandchildren and two great grandchildren also survive. Attending -the funeral 1 from iere were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Deger, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roark, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Knoll. The "City of London" is just one square mire in size. FOR CONGRESS Robert D. (Bob) Price, Gray county farmer and rancher, has announced he will run' for the place of United States Congressman from the 18th District on the Republican ticket. Norwood Takes Double Header from Medley By Nancy Hill Samnorwood Eagles and Eaglettes traveled to Hedtley Tuesday night, Jan. 21, to play the fourth game in district competition. The Eaglettes -and the Owl- ettes both had a 3-0 record in conference play. The Eaglett.es defeated the Owlettes for a 4-0 record. Starting forwards for the Eaglettes was Jo Nell (Breeding, Kay Purkey, Suzy Bent- 'ey. Playing in guard position was Joyce Alexander, Eunice Stice, and Judy Martindale. All through the first quaver Samnorwood led by a margin of i few ipoints. At the end of ;he quarter the score stood Samnorwood 13, Hedley 8. Din-ing the second quarter, Hedley began to gain and at -he end was 1 point ahead. The icoro 23-24. In the third quarter, both earns played with determina- ion, and it ended with the icore tied at 36-36. As the fourth quarter progressed, the Eaglettes began to ?ain ; . As tjhe final whistle blew, Samnorwood had 45 points against Hedley's 40. High point girl for the Eagl- ettes was Jo Nell Breeding vho contributed 28 points. High score for Hedley was vatrina 1 Soreteon, scoring 21. •Lbyd Stephens is coach of he winning Eaglettes. Eagles vs. Owls The Samnorwood Eagles had 3-0 record and the Hedley For Classroom Teachers TSTA Head Outlines -,' j Teacher Responsibility Mrs. J. B. Little of Corpus Christi, president of the Texas State Teachers Association, was guest speaker at tjhe annual (public relations dinner of the Wellington Classroom Teachers Association Saturday evening, Jan. 25, >to which COJM- munity leaders- were invited. This is her second visit to Wellington, the first being two years ago when she was president of the Texas Classroom Teachers Association. •Mrs. iLit$e first related humorous incidents from the early years of her own career. She spoke of her "enormous" salary of $70 per month, and predicted that the future teach- srs would see the time when ;hey receive a salary in keep- ng with their profession. Three "abilities" of the ;eaching profession she named as responsibility, flexibility and professional ability. "Teachers have a responsibility to keep the public informed as to teaching needs and accomplishments," Mrs. Little said, "The public wall help in needed improvements if we as teachers are responsible. The teacher and the community share a joint responsibility. "Flexibility of the teacher and community are essential if we are to go .forward. Each must adjust to change, even encourage it." Mrs. Little cited instances in many schools of teachers being relieved of clerical duties so they can give more time to teaching. She predicted a year's "internship" for teachers fol- Owls had a 1-2 record. The Owls defeated the Eagles-. Starting for 1;he Eagles was Wayne Lindley, Jimmy Martindale, Billy Wischkaemper, Lloyd Stice, and Danny Knoll. At the end of fche first quarter the score stood 8-8. During the second quarter Samnorwood began to gain and as the whistle for the half sounded, the score was Samnorwood 14, Hedley 12. As the tjhird quarter progressed the Eagles were 1 point behind as the whistle blew, the score being 21-22. The fourth quarter ended with Samnorwood 35 and Hedley 40. High point for Samnorwood was Jimmy Martindale with 11, and Pat Ohesser scored 16 ipoints for Hedley. lowing rtjheir graduation from college. "Teachers muglt be - ever a- lent, ever learning. Those who dare to teach must never cense bo learn," she continued. "Professional ability is a must if the teaching profession is to continue free from unionization" Mrs. Little declared, and told the group rtjhalt the National Education Association, controlled by teachers, already ihas been replaced iby unions in New York and that teachers in Philadelphia are fighting unionization now. Mrs. jBernice Welch, president of the Classroom Teachers Association, (presided at the meeting, dinner music was by Karen Richardson, /while Pat^l Overton, a member of Wellington Future Teachers, gave two vocal-numbers. The Rev. L. P. Durham gave the invocation. Special guests at this year's banquet were school board members and their wives, the school administrators; retired teachers, substitute teachers and senior members of the Wellington Future Teachers, Other guests were Mary Graham, who received the first scholarship given by the Classroom Teachers, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Graham, B. W. Beaird, county superintendent; Mrs. Louis Hill, Texas State Teachers Association soard member; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Nunneltey and Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Lacy. Future Teachers Hear Panel The Wellington chapter o Future Teachers of America met Monday, Jan. 20 in tfo high school library. Approximately 40 member: were present and heard a pan el made up of Aleta Owens Jan Glenn and JBeverly Single} discuss "Look Back to '63 ani Forward to '64," pointing ou the interesting past -and fact? for the future. During the business session directed toy Aleta Owens, pres ident, plans were made for the annual Valentine party the chapter gives for faculty mem bers. Connie NuVl led the group in singing the FTA song. Karen Childress and Jeanie Antoon served refreshments. Get your JOHN DEERE 45 The power packed 45% nitrogen fertilizer at Ruske Farm Store 700 East Avenue, Wellington Phone 447-5485 A1M093RL NOAMUflW Feature running time: Sun. 2 p. m.-5 p. m.-8 p. m. Mon & Tues will run one complete show starting at 7:15 Wed. Feb. 5th Bargain Nite 25< each person JUMGLE PARKER^HESTON TECHNICOLOR ttMMMft C arance f/nues THE n n u Mrs. Herman Belew Phone 447-2246 OF SPRING FASHIONS New Spring Fashions in Dresses Suits and Hats are arriving at The Fashion Shop, so make your plans to come in and see them. ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL NOTES Herman Moseley of Quail, medical, Jan. 21 and 22. Mr®. W. B. Wyrick of Arlie, medical, Jan. 22 to 24. Johnny Ray iBlevins, 19-day- oM son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blevins, medical, Jan. 22 to 25. Juliana Hoffarth, 9 year old daughter of Mra. Leroy Hoffarth, medical, Jan. 22 and 23. Calvin Roland, surgical, Jan. 24 and 25. Mrs. iL. a Cole, traumatic surgery, has been a patient since Jan. 23. J. I. Thomas, medical, has been a patient since Jan. 23. Mrs. H. L. Jenkins, medical, has been hospitalized since Jan. 24. - •'" ' : -. •••.,.. Gary Ralph Martin, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin, traumatic surgery, Jan. 25. Mrs. C. R. Neese, medical, was admitted Jan. 25. Donna Joe Brock, year and a half old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Brock, medical, was admitted Jan. 25. Jennifer Lea Pendleton, 20- montha-oM daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pendleton, was ad- mitjted as a medical patient Jan. 25. George Adkins of Loco, medical, was admitted Jan. 25. Mrs. Ruth Aaron, medical, has been a patient since Jan. 25. 0. E. Rogers, medical, was admitted Jan. 26. Juliana 1 Hoffarth, 9, was readmitted Jan. 26. Guy Owens, surgery, was admitted Jan. 27. Mrs. Horace Powell, medical, CARE For Those You Love Thomas Nursing Home 1200 Fifteenth St. Wellington, Texas THE WFLLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 30, 1964 was admitted Jan, 27. Patients admitted earlier and discharged since Jan. 21 are: Sharon Campbell, Jan. 22. Stan Holcomb, Jan. 22. Steve Holoomib, Jan. 22. C. N. Allison, Jan. 22. Fleet Pruden, Jan. 22, John Neal Gray, Jan. 23. Franz Garza, Jan. 24. David Gonzates, Jan. 24. Mm. Leo Popwell, Jan. 26. Mrs. Aline King, Jan. 27. H. C. Stout, Jan. 27. A female tarantula lays 200 to 400 eggs at a time. Hall Co. Singers to Meet Sunday The First Sunday singing of the Hall County Singers will be at the First Christian Church at Memphis at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, according to Mrs. J. F. Mclntush. E. F. Cook of Fort Worth is bringing a quartet and it is hoped to have a quartet from Clarendon. All singers are invited. Classified ads get results'. DR. JACK L. ROSE OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses Closed Saturday Afternoons 505 Main MEMPHIS Phone 259-2216 Not! All persons who have left legal instruments with the late Judge Luther Gribble should come to his of- fice Friday, January 31, or Saturday, February 1, to claim them. After that date his office will be closed. Mrs. Luther Gribble Unbleached Domestic, One Table Materials. count... 3 yds. $100 One TaMe Materials 77< New Arrivals in FINE FABRICS Over 200 patterns and colors are here in our new Spring materials— Silks Cotton in Pirna Mist Seersucker • Dacrons Crease Resistant Sateens Fortre! Polyester C> Jersey Whip Cream in Prints & Plains New lace materials are here Childrens Easter Dresses We have just received the cutest array of Childrens Spring Dresses suitable for Easter. New patterns in Field Crest Linens. Nice assortment of Baby gift items. Fabric & Hobby Shop Mrs. John Ingram Phone 447-2523 Mrs. J. J. Owens

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