The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on February 20, 1964 · Page 4
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 4

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
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Homemakers of Tomorrow These girls were designated as the Betty Crocker "Homemaker of Tomorrow" and will represent their schools in the .-'state, contest. This contest is conducted annually and closes-with..-the. selection of the national Homemaker of Tomorrow. The school selections are made on the basis of tests given senior girls who are hornemaking students. From left, they are Rose Montgomery, Wellington, Agatha Wright, Quail; and Claudine Conner, Samnorwood. Homemaker of Tomorrow Named in Three Schools; Compete in State Three Collingsworth county (Last year she was high girls. have been selected to represent their schools in , the If)64. Betty. Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow state contest. Rose Montgomery is the representative from Wellington, Claud'ine Conner represents the Samnonvood - homemaking department, and Agatha. Wright that from Quail. General Mills is sponsor of this --nation-wide' contest and will award each school winner •a Homemaker of Tomorrow pin toi signify her achievement. The state Homemaker of Tomorrow will be awarded a $1 4 500 college sclwlarsihip and wUH foe named a national finalist. Her school will be presented a set of Encyclopaedia Brit- •annica. The state's second ranking girl will receive a $500 scholarship. One of the requirements of a Betty Crocker nominee is that she must be a senior. Rose Montgomery Eighteen-year-old Rose is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Montgomery. She has studied home economics three years and maintained an A average. Last year she received •the Crisco Awards/as an outstanding student iiv that .department. ThuTyeaT she is an officer in the Future Homemakers chapter. At 'Wellington high school .Rose also has worked in the school office three years, is on the annual staff, is a member of Beta and Library C'luibs and the 'Future Teachers Association. She was chosen for Who's Who and as the outstanding student in Typing II. Outside of school, Rose was selected as the B&PW Chib Girl, of .the Month, and was active in Junior Hospital Auxiliary three years*. She ;pQans to attend Draughon's Business -College in Amarillo in September. Claudine Conner The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Conner of Dozier Route, Shamrock, Claudine has been a member of the Future Homemakers chapter four years, serving as reporter her freshman year and secretai-y now. She attended all area FHA meetings and was a delegate to the State FHA convention. Among her other activities, Claudiue was- Hallowe'en Carnival Queen last year, has been a cJass officer three years and •was freshman class favorite. She is a member of the Library Club, Office Club, Future Teachers Association and the annual staff. Claudiine has -played basketball four years. Agatha Wright Agatha is the daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Gabe Wright. She also lias been a member of the Future Homemakers four years, and was elected to the offices of reporter, corresponding secretary, vice president, and song leader. She also sings in the Quail FHA Chorus and has participated hi its Amarillo programs. Agatha is «• member of the Future Teachers Association, •and is on the staffs of the school annual and The 'Echo. Who's New in the —— Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Thogmartin are the parents of a son, Jon Russell, born February 9 in St. Joseph's hospital. He weighed seven pounds. A son, Robert Deverne Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kobert P. Hoffman February 11 in St. Joseph's Hospital. His weight was six pounds, two and » half ounces. school queen, and this year she was chosen annual queen. The Homemakers of Tomorrow are chosen on the basis of tests given in December. The girt scoring highest in each school is designated to represent it. The state Homemaker will be announced soon, and she will pai-ticijmte in an expenso-ipaid tour of Colonial Williamsburg, Va., Washington, and New York ; City. The trip will be climaxed by the naming of the 1964 Betty Crocker All-American Homemaker of Tomorrow. She will be chosen on the basis of her original test score together with personal observation and interviews during the trip. Her scholarship wiN be increased to $5,000. National runner-ups will receive $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000. Mr. aird Mrs?ilohn D: Swai WHfme . ,IS ' ' J' „ !,((•..' , in Stillwater After Recent Marriage The wedding of Miss Anita Beth McDaniel and John Dale Swaim was so]cmnis:ed Thursday afternoon, Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. in the home of the ibride's Club Observes Music Month On February 13, members of the 1924 Study Club met at the Greenbelt Room with Mrs. J. B. King as hostess. In tribute to the Parade of America Music Month, "Feminine Focus on Musical Understanding" was emphasized. Doc/son Club Meets Feb. 13 Dodson Civic Club held its February meeting, Feb. 13, on Texas Heritage, in the J. C. Howell ihome, with Mrs. Peyton Smith assisting with hostess duties. Mrs. Floyd Roberts Jr., club president, conducted the meeting. Roll call was answered with a "Texas Law". The program was given by Mrs. Howell and Mrs. Roberts, on the meaning of heritage, and how we should help preserve our rights. Discussion was 'held relative to holding a game tournament, the date to be set (later. A salad pfate carrying out the Valentine motif was served to Mrs. Grover Graham, Mrs. Ross Swift, Mrs. IB. T. Webb, Mrs. E. H. Ready, Mrs. Pur] Tippie, Mrs. M. R. Wynn, Mrs. B. B. Martin, Mrs. Jess Bogle, Mrs. S. L. Beanland, Mrs. Duard Luck, Mrs*. Floyd Roberts Jr., Mrs. Howell and Mrs, Smith. Guest prize went to Mrs Tippie. JFFHears D.E.Scott D. E. Scott, columnist for daily and weekly newspapers, was guest speaker at the JFF Club in its meeting Thursday, Feb. 13. Mrs. James Richardson was hostess. In his remarks, Mr. Scott discussed what he called over- organization of society; said there are so many clubs' and other groups that few ipeople roach 15 or 16 years of age without becoming an ex-president of something-, and this is too early an age to join the has-been class. Mrs-. Joe Coleman, president, directed the (business session. Refreshments carrying out the Valentine motif were served Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Howard Holton. Mrs. Jack Sanford, Mrs. Wayne Cudd, Mrs. Alton Witkins, Mrs. Howard Crosby, Mrs. Woodrow Wood, Mm Coleman, VIrs. Herman BeJew, Mrs. D. Lacy, Mrs. R. I/. Mabery, Mrs. Dick Sweat, Mrs. Weklon Cleveland, and Mrs. Richardson. Ti-i-Oa Holds Rush Party Wednesday afternoon, February 12 was the diate chosen by Ti-i-ca members for their rush party for potential members. The Coleman office was the scene of this Mardi Gras party, an event of fun and food. Carol Blain, president, welcomed the ten honored guests. Anna Kay Kelso was narrator for »• pageant depicting Ti-i- ca's civic and social 'activities. This original script, 'written/by several of the members, was animated with colorful costumes, dialog, pantomime and background music. An ornate screen formed the stage backdrop. Keyed) to a red, black and silver motif, tiny Mardi Gras masques and serpentine adorned a manzingo branch for the Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shanks B. F. Evans and Rufus< Shank? were in Texico, N.M., Tuesday Feb. 18 to attend 1 the funera! of their cousin, Clyde Shanks Mr. Shanks had visited here many times. Thomas Harwell of Wichita Falls spent Wednesday night of last week with hisi mother, Mrs, Tom Harwell. Mrs. Matilda Mayhugh returned home Saturday iaftei visiting in Amarillo with a sister who was seriously ill. "Music" by Theodore Thomas was the opening quotation by Mrs. D. F. Cook. Roll call included "Am I giving my family a well-bailanced musical diet?" and "Progress of the National Culture Center, my favorite conductor and what makes music good." Mrs. Mack Bush, Top of Texas District board member and local fine arts department chairman, presented an> unusual verbal medley of music. Based on "Fifty Years, with Music" by Sigmund Sapeth, the thoughts conveyed were delightful, significant and novel. Dr. Spaeth has been called America's most .popular speaker and writer on music. Mrs. Bush included such chapters as "The Operatic Cook Book; Read 'em and Weep; The Songs You Forget to Remember; Life Told in Popular Song; The Art of Enjoying Music." She suggested that the audience read the book to gain full value from its contents. In the business session, March 19 was designated as this year's v annual fashion show date. A report was given on potential plans of the City Federation iby delegates. The club membership is to vote on these at the next meeting. Mrs. Bill Bradley was welcomed as a new member. The serving table centerpiece was a contemporary carousel •with red and white poles top- •ped with red Valentine hearts. A dessert plate with the Val- ntine's Day motif was served Mmes. Edward Bawcom, Don 3eck, Bradley, Bush, Cook, Joe foreman, B. M. Sims, Henry Vaughan,' King, and Misses Sara E. Jones and Hattie D. jrother, Lyndall McDaniel, in the Aniett community. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Swahn of Hollis; and the bride's parents are 'Mr. and Mrs. Newell McDaniel, of Arnett, east of Dodson. Lyndall McDaniel, minister of' the O.M. Church of Christ, performed 'the ceremony in front of a bank of greenery and floral arrangements flanked by white candles. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length dress of white silk organza having an Alencon lace jacket and long sleeves ending in points at the wrists. Her bouquet was of white roses. Mrs. Johnny Bartlett of Sayre was matron of honor. She wore a street-length dress of gold brocade with matching jacket fashioned after that of the 'bride. Phillip Swaim of Hollis, the brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A reception, given in the home of the bride's parents, followed the ceremony. A gold linen cloth covered the refreshment ta'ble and a centerpiece of 'gold and white flowers. For going away, the bride wore a wool suit of gold color with bone colored accessories. The young couple will establish a home in Stillwater where the groom, a graduate of Hollis high school, is a junior at Oklahoma State University. The.(bride attended Hollis high school. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, February 20, 1964 table centerpiece. Similar masques were also the individual favors. Refreshments were served from silver appointments on a red cloth. Those desiring to Ibe Ti-i-ca pledges were recipients of a ribbon ritual ceremony by candlelight. This year's pledge chapter includes Jan Blain, Joy Chandler, Polly (Browning, Tanya Horton, Cherry Lewis, Linda Ogletree, Vicki Saund'ers, Nancy Sikes, Nancy Thomas, Vicki Wade. Twenty-two ti-i-ca members were also present. Sponsors 1 are Mrs. Hdber Brantley, Mrs. Calvin Hurst, Mrs. Jimmie Strickland and Mrs. B. M. Sims. NEW PRICES KENDBICKS BEAUTY SHOP Shampoo & Set $£50 Hair Cut $£00 Permanents $£ & up Kendricks j' - . '. ; . '• " t " ' Beauty Shop 15th and Bowie Across from Stop & Shop Grocery Phone 447-2281 VeMs. Substitute hostess for the 'exas Day program on Feb. 27 s to be Mrs. Sims at 1301 'loydada Street. QUAIL NEWS By Mrs. G. T. Stephens • Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Crab- .ree celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 16. Darryl Crooks of Norwalk, Calif., was here last week look- ng after business^ interests. • Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boen are visuting this week in Okl loma City with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Nixon anc children. i Mrs. C. D. Messer underwent surgery Monday, Feb. 17 in the Groom hospital. • Terry Sellers, mail carrier on Route 1 Quail is a patient in a Memphis hospital. Lonnie Neeley is the substitute carrier. > Mrs. Hazel Adcock, who makes her home .with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Pierce accompanied her son, Mr. and Mrs. jBuford Adcock of Amarillo to California for a month's vacation. Circles Have Bible Lesson The Margaret Martin Circle of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met Monday, Feb. 17 in the riome of Mrs. Jess Cook for Bible study, taught by Mrs. Olan Lowe. The Jaxie Short Circle met in the home of Mrs. V. J. Simpson with Mrs. Howard Riggs teaching the Bible lesson. 'Mrs. Leonard Karnes read the calendar of prayer. Mrs. Henry Davidson was hostess to the Mary Langford Circle. Mrs. J. G. Finley taught the Bible lesson and Mrs. Eugene Brewer rea'd the prayei calendar. The Ruth Poole Circle had as their hostess Mrs. Silas- Crawford. Mrs. R. L. Porter read the calendar of prayer and Mrs J. L. Burt taught the Bible lesson. The Marilois Kirksey Circle met in the home of Mrs. Clyde DeMoss with Mrs. Eirnest Maxwell teaching the mission les son and Mrs. W. A. Morrow reading the prayer calendar. Dellenna O'Brian Circle me with Mrs. Claude Groves. Mrs Eddie Slay taught the jBLbh lesson and the prayer calenda was read 'by Mrs. Dee Burba There was one visitor present Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wayne Moore and children of Pampa spent the past week end in th< home of his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Leslie Moore. Frederick Bush 1 5 Was Birthday Frederick Bush, son of Mr. and> Mrs. Mack Bush, celebrated his sixth birthday >vith a party at his home Saturday, Feb. 16, although Feb. 13 is the actual date of his birth. The children played J'pin the tail on the donkay," and other children's games during" the morning. Valentine 'birthday cake and punch were served to Alan Saied, Brad Brock, Butch Bawcom, Aaron Ratliff, Richard and Randall Sims, Alsjp Jacqueline, Jeffrey, Todd Bradley, Lana Kay Lacy, Deborah DeiBoird, Georgie Brewer, and Phillips Wiggins from Hedley, and Mrs. Bush, Frederick's mother. Church Women to Hold Service In observance of the 13th annual Woman's Missionary Council Day, women of the Assembly of God will present a special program at the morning worship hour Sunday, Feb. 23. Talks, special music and sanging will be featured. "Now is the time" is the theme of the service. Begun as a single church in 1925, the Women's Missionary Council was organized on » national level in 1951. The membership now exceeds 75,000, according to Mrs. C. O. Wrtker- son, who is helping with plans. Mrsu Troy Stallings is president of the local group which participates in the national program. Tall Reach for Possession Two hands were better than one as the Rockettes took possession of a rebound during the game with the McLean Tigerettes Friday night, Feb. 14. This shot came late in the game as the Tiger- ettes fought vigorously to catch up with their opponents. Taking the ball is Karen Childress, while Joan Flowers of McLean reaches for it. In the foreground, Carol Blain effectively guards Sharon Gholston. —Photo by Jerry's Studio Relatives Honor Couple on 50th Wedding Anniversary Feb. 15 and 16 Drew Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson of Amarillo is spending this week with his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J. Frank Johnson. Relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Taylor on their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 15 and 16. The couple had planned no observance of the event. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith and Jean Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stout are in Uva'lde for the remainder of the winter. They are enjoying the climate and are feeling much better than when they left here. - Ann and Jimmy, and Mrs. Beulah Stevens of Aldington; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brandon and Pam of 'Lubbock; Mrs. Kate Taylor of Wichita Falls; Don Taylor of San Antonio; iBuel Taylor of Lubbock; and Karen and Fran Taylor of Brownfield; Present from Wellington were Mr. and Mrs, Riley Dunson and Debbie Gaison. Unable to be present was a granddaughter, Miss Stacy Taylor of Albuquerque. SALE At JEAN'S YARDSTICK ON 15th STREET All Woolens Greatly Reduced Jersey Aery I in Value at $2.29 Going for $£29 per yard Silk Blends Good for blouses and dresses per yard TTHEYCOI One Group of Cottons yards for - $£00 One Group of Assorted Goods 2 v ards for - Wash & Wear Cottons 49* ° y ar *" Valley Mission Cottons £0* a yard i Off Reg. Price of all remnants Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts All dark cottons Reg. $2.49 value 2 for $3.00 Reg. $2.98 value 2 for $3.75 Reg. $3.98 value 2 for $5.50 Reg. $4.98 value 2 for $6.50 Reg. $5.95 value 2 for $7.50 Men's Banlon Dress Socks Asst. dark colors Reg. 79c value 2 for $]M OVER 300 PAIR Men's and Boys' Oxfords Broken Sizes and colors Values $4.98 to $15.95 $3 $ 6 Men's "Curlee" & "Sewell" SUITS Year around weight Reg. $59.50 value $42.00 Reg. $55.00 value $40.00 Reg. $42.50 value $32.00 Reg. $39.95 value $29.50 Sweaters and Skirts Darks and Pastels Values $7.98 to $12.90 i OFF from our Sports Wear Dept. Ladies corduroy and Hopsacking Pants Reg. $5.98 value each Ladies Dark Colored Blouses Reg. $3.98. to $5.98 each Ladies JUMPER Dresses Jersey & Pastel Wool Reg. $14.98 value each NEW SPRING FABRICS SPECIAL PRICED FOR EARLY PURCHASE "Galey & Lord" Genuine Tarpoon Cloth __ $1.49 yd. Whip Cream 100% Dacron Crepe $1.88 yd. "Regals" Ship Ahoy Sail Cloth 79* yd. 45 in. Checked Gingham, 3 size Checks 74$ yd. Hi//'s Dept. Store HOLLIS Leon and Sally White OKLAHOMA

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