The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on February 13, 1964 · Page 6
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February 13, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 6

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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, February 13, 1964 /(o Shari Honors Rushes On the afternoon of February 9 the members of Ko Shari Social Club and the rushees enjoyed a tea in the home of Mrs. J. W. Wells. The members entertained the rushees with a program in the way of a skit depicting the various Ko Shari events of the preceding year. After the refreshments were served, the rushees were introduced 1 . Later tjhey were pinned and became pledges of Ko Shari. They are Patricia Thomas, Jan Bowen, Beth Smith, Cheryl Needham, Kathy Kiker, Brenda Bobo, Jacqueline King, and Cherry Lewis. Mrs. O.B.Wilson Guild Hostess The Westeyan Service Guild met Monday, Feb. 3 in the home of Mrs. O. B. Wilson. Mrs. G. L, Jones, president, conducted the meeting, which •was opened with a prayer by Mrs. Barney Glenn. Mrs. Pearl Aaron (brought the devotional, with the help of those present. Mrs. Jack Davis talked on "The Second Mile" and was assisted by Mrs. Guy Owens, Mrs. Joe Thompson and Mrs. Richard Bailey. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Buster Hughs, -Mrs. Nannie Masten, Mrs. C. L. Jones, Mrs. Owens. Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Aaron, Mrs. John Forbis, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs, Jennie Holcornb and the hostess, Mrs. Wilson. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Falk over the week end were Misses Patsy Falk, Barbara Cole, Diana Pir^te and Judy Close. Accompanying them was Miss Melba Jenkins who visited her aimt and •uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Posey. All are students at Bethany Nazarene College at Bethany, Okla. The Fashion Shop v SAILCLOTH RUNABOUT JACKET in sensational new colors by Local Members to DKG Luncheon Gamma Kapipa Chapter of Delta 1 Kappa Gamma met Saturday, Feb. 8 at 11 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Bruetta Morris, Memphis. Miss Inez Blankenship, first vice president, conducted the 'business meeting. Mrs. Brunetta Morris' and Mrs. Audrey Tribble of Memphis reported for the Committee on Profes'sional Affairs, discussing current legislation* recruitment of teachers, and teacher welfare. Officers were elected and are president, Miss Inez Blankenship of Clarendon; first vice president, Mrs. Audrey Trfhble of Memphis; second vice president, Miss Edgar Mae Mongole of Clarendon; recording secretary, Mrs. Myrtle Hill of Wellington; corresponding secretary Mrs. Vehna Bourland of Clarendon; parliamentarian, Miss Margaret McElreath of Memphis. Miss -Margaret McElreath discussed important facts concerning the Constitution of the Society. "Educational Patterns" was the program theme. Miss Zady Belle Walker of Memphis first discussed the current educational revolution, with Miss Ethe Hillhouse and Mrs. Elsie Guthrie of Memphis discussing the specific experiments in the "Non-graded School" and "Team Teaching". Mrs. Velma Bourland ol Clarendon conducted a spiritec auction of the members' "White Elephants", an annual money- raising plan for the Scholarship Fund maintained iby the Society. A luncheon was held at the Big 0 Restaurant. Wellington members attending were Mrs. Charley Hill, Mrs. Jack Lowry, Mrs. Selba Rainey, and Miss Mawlie Coffee. WMU Circles Hold Mission Studies The Ruth Poole Circle of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met Monday, Feb. 10 in the home of Mrs. A. B. Clark. The prayer calendar was read by Mrs. R. L. Porter and Mrs. Silas Crawford taught the mission lesson. The Delanna O'Brian Circle met in the home of Mrs. Chas. Cason, Sr., for mission study. Mrs. Dee Burba fead the calendar of prayer and Mrs. Claude Groves taught the mission lesson. Mrs. Rolan Bryan was elected the new circle chairman. The Jaxie Short Circle met at the church with Mrs. P. E. Lowrie as hostess. Mrs. C. T. Hubbard gave the mission lesson and Mrs. D. C. Powell read the calendar of prayer. The Mary Langford Circle met in the home of Mrs, Rolan Bryan with Mrs. Claude Groves bringing the mission lesson. Mrs. Noble Murry read the prayer calendar. The Margaret Martin Circle met in the home of 'Mrs. J. J. Whisenant with Mrs. Whisenant teaching the mission lesson. Mrs. Olan Lowe read the calendar of prayer. LETTERS from the People Long Beach 10, Calif. Wellington Leader, Wellington, Texas Dear Sirs: Am enjoying reading The Leader. There are still a lot of people I know there, although have been away for fifty some- odd Years. Quail was my stomping ground when I lived there. My maiden name was Audy Pace. Many more years of success. Sincerely yours, Mrs. Audy Ervin 2675 Harrison St^. Long Beach 10, CaHf. 90810 Clubb to Speak JOINS CITY LAW FIRM Gerald Summerford of Ft. Worth is now associated with Paul Spilhnan in the practice of law here. A graduate of the university of Texas Law School, he formerly was with the Housing and Home Finance Agency in its Accelerated Public Works program. The ideal topping for skirts, shorts or pants from our sunny new collection of Island Hoppers by White Stag., .spirited separates in high altitude colors entirely new to the sailcloth world. Sanfor- ized cotton sailcloth with convertible collar, raglan sleeves, double needle stitching outlining the unusual pocket treatment. Sanforized Sailcloth Southampton pants to match have slimming side zipper and pocket. ; -~" Southampton Pants (sizes, colors) $7,00 Runabout Jacket (sizes, colors)- $10.00 Party Honors Joe Ross Mrs. James R. Ross honored her son, Joe, on his ninth birthday Friday, February 7 when she entertained children of his grade, the third, at Quail school. A western motif was carried out. The children wei'e entertained with stories and recorded music. Later refreshments were served to the children and their teacher, Mrs. Jack Morgan. Supper to Honor FHA Parents Wellington Future Homemakers in a meeting Monday, Fob. 10 chose the three girls from tiheir chapter to sing in ;his year's Area FHA Chorus. They are Connie Karen Chll- clrcs's, Patricia Wilson and Conlie NuM. Members reported on "What for Fun in Wellangton", and plans were made for a potluck sxipper to entertain their parents. The program, "A Voice in Room 102" was given by Vickie Bergvall. Refreshments were served by LaJuanda Peters, (Beth Sikes, a-nd Judy Millsap to 28 'members and a guest. Mrs. Dee Coleman is 'sponsor. Group Here for Lewes Funeral A group of out of town relatives and friends were here to attend the funeral of Claude Lewis Thursday, Feb. 6. These included: The Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Ingle of Dallas; the Rev. and Mrs. A. Wayne Jones and Teresa of Beaumont; the Rev. Vernon Wrllard of Pampa; S. H. Dyers and Bill Carter of Amarillo, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carter of Tahoka; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matthews of Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Lewis of Sayre and the Rev. and Mrs. Frank (Beaucham'p of Shamrock. The Greek artist Phidias made a statue 38 feet high of ivory and gold. Amelia Rappold Circle Meets The Amelia Rappold Circle of the First Baptist Church met Feb. 10 in the home of Mrs. Charles Cason Sr. The call to prayer was given oy Mrs. Rufus Sweat, wi,th Mrs. Ernest Harwell leading prayer. Mrs. A. A. McQueary taught the Bdbl'e study. Miss Mabel Clement presided at the business session. Mrs. Ernest Harwell directed the program, "The Chaplain .and His Work." Mrs. Harold Keller, Mrs. A. A. McQueary, Mrs. Rufus 'Sweat and 'Mrs. Cason took part in the pane>l- discussion. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. J. L. Hays. Refreshments were served to fifteen members. Civil Defense Spaces Are Up Texas now has 1,800,000 licensed civil defence shelter spaces of a goal of 1,900,000, Civil Defense Regional Director Bill Parker told a conference in Austin. These seven cities now have fully-stocked shelters, Parker said: Abilene, Baytown, Bryan, Big Spring, Denton, Odessa, and Tyler. Mrs. Creed Hill spent last week in Amarillo with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carroll. CORRECTION In the issue of Jan. 23 The Wellington Leader published the following item: "•Mr. and Mrs. Doc Turner were in Amarillo Tuesday to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gibbons, .Tommy, Chester, and Jimmy." This should ihnve read: Mr. and Mrs. Doc Turner were in Amarillo Tuesday to visit the L. J. Gibbons family and then gi'andchildren Tommie, Jimmy and Chester. Potty Ho/ton to Funeral at Leedy Patty Holton* was in Leedy, Okla., Saturday, Feb. 8 to attend the funeral of 'her grandmother, Mrs. Esther Lenora Hargues, whose home was in Amarillo. Mrs. Hargues formerly lived at Leedy. She died Feb. 4 in a Perryton hospital. Taking Patty ty> (Leedy Were ler maternal grandparents^, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Blevins of QuaiJ. Texas Business Improves in '63 The 1963 index of Texas business activity was up 5.4% on the average monthly level over the previous year, according to the University of Texas Bureau of Business Research. Austin, Amarillo and Beaumont showed highest gains. They were followed closely by Corpus Christ!, Houston, Fort Worth, Galveston and Waco. No city showed a decline. Bureau (predicted that 1964 will be ano'ther good! year as far as personal income -and business activity is concerned if the federal income tax bill now in the Senate is passed. at Trinity Rev. R. H. Knight urges all members of the Trinity Methodist Church and alf friends of Marvin Clubb to attend services Sunday, Feb. 16 and hear Mr. Clubb speak at the eleven o'clock hour. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Arkansas is the leading diamond-producing state in the U.S. S. K. Parsons Jr. and wife to Robert Owens—10 acres out of the E/2 of SE/4 section 82, block 14. Cemetery deed: City of Wellington to L. D. McMinn and wife: S/2 lot 3, block 14, addition to Wellington Cemetery in Northeast part of town. Cemetery deed: City of Wellington to G. D. Thomas—N/2 lot 3, block 14, addition to Wellington Cemetery in northeast part of town. L. B. Bratten and wife to Billy Ray Long and wife — 921.2 feet east and 827 feet south of the northwest corner of the NE/4 section 82, 'block 14. Al Barker and wife to C. R. Dugan and others—tract out of SW/4 section 100, .block 14. Quit claim deed: James Edward Bourland and others to Fred Bourland — sections 99, 100, 110, 125 and west 280 acres of section 109, block 21. LIGHT STUDY—Stretched out on the golf course, Tuesday Weld studies her lines in Lakeside, Calif. She is on location for a new film comedy. Regular golfers were prevented from playing on their favorite links during shooting. The venom of the Australian tiger snake is considered the most toxic snake poison known. Some human cells are 100 times as sensitive .to radiation damage as bacteria are. MARRIAGE LICENSES Jimmy Duane Neasbitt, 20, and Cynthia Lee Worley, 18, of Jackson county, Okla., Feb. 8. -A f^IFT off- Fl/€l(WERS a 6 Cut Flowers O Potted Plants 6 Corsages • Floral Arrangements Flowers Wired Anywhere STRONG FLOWERS Phone 447-2345 10-DAY TRIAL CORNING^WARE" ROYAL FAMILY SET $2495 Darryl Crooks of Norwalk, Calif., was here the first of the week attending to business. He also visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Rear. Phone 447-5717 Your home deserves the very best ... A modern bathroom will w**ps^M«sisx* * boost your home's value, and give you the up-to- date plumbing conveniences you need. Take advantage of our planning service. Call now! 24- hour plumbing service, too! 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