The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on February 20, 1964 · Page 3
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February 20, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, February 20, 1964 B&PW Members and Guests Hear Value of Ideas Stressed by Speaker Miss Esther Sorenson, speaking at the iannual guest iban- quet of the 'Business and 'Professional Women's Club, Tuesday night, Feb. 11, urged her listeners to set aside an hour each day for study, writing down ideas as they occur. Argus ideas until they become clearer, Miss Sorenson continued 1 , pray to learn, and select one good though^ a day to 'build the storehouse of knowledge. To the question "What Is Civilization?" she answered with Emerson's words: "The power of good women." Mrs. (Byron Duncan, program chairman, introduced the guest speaker, retired supervisor of homemaking for Area I, who Dorcas Class Has Party The Dorcas Sunday School class of the First Methodist Church met Monday night, Feb. 10 in the home of Mrs. Walter Franks. Mrs. Jennie Holcomb and Mrs. J. B. Baumgardner were co-hostesses witjh Mrs. Franks. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Beatrice West, Mrs. Winnie Harrison, Mrs. Nannie Masten, Mrs. Emma Jones, Mrs. Mayme Somerville, Mrs. G. E. Van Pelt, Mrs. R. H. Ball, Mrs. Jessie Metz, Mrs. Waddell Bailey, Mrs. Carl Wall, Mrs. Winfiel Vaughan, Mrs. S. L. Lindsey, Mrs. John Henard, Mrs. Earl Alexander, Mrs. W. E. Brewster, and the tihree hostesses. Bob Sanford, student at Texas Technological College, Lubbock, was a week end visitor in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanford. has built a new career of livestock raising. Her home is at Wheeler. Another highlight of the banquet was the presentation of the Girl of the Month, Patty Overton, talented high school pianist. Mrs. J. D. Coleman, homemaking instructor in the Wellington high school, pre- sentjed Miss Overton, then the previous girls of the month, Vicki Killian, Rose Montgomery, Anne Henard and Gail Henard. The banquet theme was "Progress Through Participation," also the club's theme for the current year. Mrs. John Colemam, (president, welcomed the guests in the gaily decorated community building cluib room, which reflected the holiday .tjieme with decorations arranged by Mrs. Zook Thomas, Mrs. Otis Em- inert and Mrs. J. D. Aaron. A vocal selection was given by the B&PW Choraleers. Approximately 000 B&PW club members and businessmen and women attended. 4-H Girls Study Salad Making The Little Workers 4-H Club met Monday, Feb. 10 in the office of Mrs. Robert Barjenbruch in the county courthouse. Members attending were Mary Nell Edens, Karen Maxwell, Deborah Green, Rosemary Popwell, Lena Hall and one new member, Paulette Cole. Jennifer Bouchelle was chosen queen, and Phyllis Hodge and Lillie Ann Rogers, princesses. The girls made salads at this meeting. Mrs. Milford Harris, who with her family moved recently to Plainview, was here on Thursday on business. Mrs. Wheeler Lillie HDClub Hostess The Lillie Home Demonstration Cluib met in the home of Mrs. Ted Wheeler Thursday, F.ob. 13. Mrs. Elmer Haralson, president}, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Wheeler gave the devotional and Mrs. C. A. Wright led in prayer. Mrs. Haskcll Manuel gave a very interesting ibook review on "The Keepers of the House." Refreshments were served to Mrs. O. A. Wright, Mrs. Dudley Phipps, Mrs. Henry Langford, Mre. Elmer Haralson, Mrs. Haskell Manuel, Mrs. John Thomas and ILaVonda, and the hostess, Mrs. Wheeler. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ralph Tennison and the program •will he on Fabrics and Finishes. COTTON ELEGANCE Dramatic results are seen here in a garden room in which two cotton prints are used. One print is used to ' " cover the walls along with a border from the other. The prints are corn- bined again in drapes and upholstery SPANISH INSPIRATION Cottons showing their Spanish derivation supply the charm for this garden room. A chintz covers the walls while a screen printed cotton is used for drapes and chair cushions. The rug, too, is cotton. Cotton Fabric on Walls Lead the Elegant Trend in Home Decorating Cotton fabrics are in vogue with interior designers for ail rooms these days in more ways than one. The latest trend is t,oward fabrics on the wall. Marking a return to elegance in interior decorating, fabric covered walls are now seen in every room of the home. These walls are not only beautiful but durable, and they also serve to cover unsightly cracks in Attends B&PW Board Meeting Mrs. John Coleman, president of the Wellington Business and Professional Women's Club and a director from District 10 in the Texas Federation of B&PW Clubs, was in Fort Worth Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 15 and 16, to attend a state boardi meeting. This is a business and workshop session planned primarily for state officials and directors. plaster and as an effective acoustical material to deaden noise. _ A wide range of cotton fabrics available for this use makes any treatment possible, from subdued colors to lively prints and stripes. Window shades laminated with cotton fabric enhances the decor. No house is too small to have a touch of the elegant—provided some thought and time is spent on it. And appropriate cottons are available in any store handling materials toy the yard. Vickie Mayhugh Party Hostess Vickie Mayhugh was hostess at a Valentine night slumber party at her home Friday night, Feb. 14. The girls attended the 'basketball game and prevue at the Ritz. Guests were Rose Montgomery, Patsy McDanel, Linda Karnes and Patj Bouchelle. Camp Fire Girls The Tanda Camp Fire girls group met Feb. 11 to practice for the ceremonial. They also saw pictures of all the Presidents. Hostesses were Defora Mill- aaiR and Susanna Peters. Present were Cai-ey Lewis, Susanna Peters, Cathy Singley, Jetsy Castleberry, Kathy 3cott, Debra Millsap, Lora Jean tfartin, Sandra McGill and Beth eters, and the guardian, Mrs. ecil Masten. Knokawana Camp Fire girls met Thursday, Feb. 13 at the amp Fire building, after gong to the drug store for re- reshments. Loretta Foster was lostess. The girls finished their Valentine project. Attending were Mary Saied, Ann Smith, Doris Tingle, Mar- :ia King, Pam Kersten, Karen Maxwell, Judy Jones, Debra Jones, Mary Nell Edens, Loretta Foster, Judy Hoffarth, Car- All Year Long Office Supply Needs Ledgers Post Binders & Bound Books Double Entry Single Entry Accounting Forms ole Cochran, Jane Campbell and the guardians, Mrs. Jim Cochran and Mrs. J. B. King. The Cardinal Blue Birds met Feb. 14 at the Camp Fire building. The girls made Valentines from lace doilies. Valentine candy was served. Those present were Janet Holland, Judy Peters, Reta Branch, Katy Sullivan, OLillie Ann Rodgers, Janet Word, Kabhy Bartlett, Nancy Shumate, Connie Bearden, Mitzi Pendleton, Gwen Hedger, and the leaders, Mrs. Marshall Peters and' Mrs. Rodgers. Cynthia Harrison was hostess to the Pretty Blue Birds Feb. 11 when the girls met to make Valentines. Present were Ramona Ford, Phyllis Ann Sullivan, Patti McAlister, Debbie Long, Debbie McGraw, Cheryl Spillman, Juliana iBaumgardner, and Cynthia Harrison. The Happy Blue Birds met Feb. .11 to work on their Val- entine project. Kris Aaron was hostess and served cupcakes and Valentine suckers. Attending were Andrea Lowe, Lana F.orehand, Tina Nunnelley, Nancy Graham, Connie Lewis, Kris Aaron, Lennie Morgan, Sherri Gray, and Mrs. Bobo Oastleberry, leader, and Mrs. E. W. Clement, assistant leader. Rainwater as it falls is seldom pure, being contaminated by dust and dissolved gases. Jerry Rainey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rainey; Harold Pigg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Pigg; and Freddy Watkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Watkins, spent the past week end with their parents. All three young men attend school at North Texas State University at) Denton, Mr. and Mrs. George Cristy and sons, Craig and Kirk, of Semimole visited 1 during the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Cristy, and with his sister and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clement and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Leach. Week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Estes were their daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Darrell Manney of Borger. Dr. Chester L. Harrison Optometrist CONTACT LENSES 813 West Avenue On West Side of Square I will be at my office each Tuesday and Friday Phone 447-5830 Wellington Clip Board Cellophane Tape & Despensers Typing Paper Hammermill Bond 100 Sheet packet 500 Sheet ream Gilbert Superace The paper you can make a mistake on and erase it! Handy for Home or Office NEW . . . Scotch Magic Tape Check These January Needs File Folders and Guides Storage File Boxes Desk Calendar Pads Second and Copy Sheets Legal Pads—Buff, White or Eye-ease Adding Machine Paper 2'/ 4 - 3" Carbon Paper Stencils Mimeograph Supplies Rubber Bands Index Cards New For The Office WHITE Roll-on Marker . . Fleurescent red and green markers Swingline Staplers A complete line of the Famous Swingline Staplers . . . from the 98c Tot 50 Stapler kit to heavy duty machines. STAPLES FOR ALL MODELS Pencil Sharpeners For Home or Office Chrome or Colored Finish Get our Prices on Quality Printing • Letterheads and Envelopes • Statements and Ruled Forms • Order and Repair Books • Social Stationery Wellington Leader f for \J reg. $3.95 ea. or buy one for $3.45 /4 length, reg. $5.95 Long Line Now $5.95, reg. $6.95 Now- own America's *1 bra at lowest price ever! 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