The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on February 27, 1964 · Page 3
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February 27, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

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700 founds Is the Limit Dodson Stages First Pee wee Basketball Tourney Next Week FUTURE FARMERS PRESIDENTS District and Area presidents of the Future Farmers of America and a past president of the state body were together at the annual Father-Son banqu et of Wellington FFA chapter ^Saturday night, Feb. 22. At left is ;Jerry Clark, immediate past President of the Texas Future Farmers, •now living at Munday and a ministerial student at Hardin - Simmons * * * Awards Presented University. Not often do brothers hold the presidency on different levels, but Mike Wischkaemper, center, is the Area I president and his younger brother, Bill, right, is president of the Greenbelt District and the Samnorwood chapter. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wis- chkaemper. Mike is a student in Texas Tech, Bill a senior at Samnorwood. FFA Opportunity Cited by Banquet Speaker The FFA comes tailor made for 'the young man who feels the opportunity and the challenge offered by agriculture, Jerry Clark, immediate past president of the Texas Association of Future Farmers of America, toM Wellington chapter members', their fathers and- other guests at the annual 'banquet Saturday night, Feb. 22. Clark's talk followed immediately after the presentation of awards to members of the Wellington' chapter for outstanding accomplishments. "We need young men who do feel ..responsibility and who are ready to invest their lives in tiheir home communities," Clark continued. "We don't just one day graduate from college and jump into life and' make a contribution to it," he said a few minutes later, "What kind of experience you will have had depends on what you do now." Clark cited the opportunities FFA offers to develop leadership, to become good citizens, and patriots, scholarship. and to develop Now a ministerial stud'ent in Hardin Simmons University, at Abilene, Clark is also pastor of the Gillespie Baptist Church near Munday. The top award, the DeKalb plaque for accomplishment, went to Joe John Henarcl. This goes each year to a senior boy for outstanding work in the Future Farmers. Jimmy Campbell was named the Star Green Hand, an honor that goes to freshmen. Don Sweat received the Chapter Star Farmer award for a sophomore; Mark Fires the livestock award; and Max Phipps the farm electrification award. Chaipler farmer degrees went to Sweat, Jackie Needharn, Larry Henard, Freddy iBo'bo, Mike Hughs, Lynn Wauer, Kent Holland, Roger Weems, Jackie Duncan, Glenn Thomas, Gary Phillips >and Ronnie Gray. Pins were presented to the chapter officers, who are Lynn Wolf, president; Leamon Baw- coin, vice president; Kenneth Patterson, secretary; Bill Driver, treasurer; .Graham Bowen, reporter; and Glenn Thomas, sentinel. Three honorary members were selected, J. W. (Chub) White, Arthur Belew and Frank Campbell. This honor goes to •men who have helped the boys in various ways in carrying out their projects or programs. A pTaque was presented to each man. The chapter sweetheart, Jane Orr, was presented, as was the sweetheart for last year, Jan Glenn, iLynn Wolf was toastmaster, Patterson introduced the guests and Phillip Hughey gave the invocation. Campbell, John R. Henard, Dick Lindley, L. 0. Tyson, Buddy Yarbrough, Albert Fulcher, Mr. Driver, E. S. Hale, Jr. J. B. Killian, Ralph Martin, Woodrow Wood, John Jackson, Fred Bdbo, Jack Needham, Henry Rogers, L. B. Bratten, L. C. Leathers, Dem Henard, Rufus Sweat, The tall ones and fast ones have had tjheir fling at basketball, and now the little ones take over. A Peewee basketball tournament is slated at Docls<on shool Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, March 2, 3 and 5. Both boys and girls brackets are set up and 12 teams- from Collingsworth county and western Oklahoma arc entered, according to Coach Bill Lackey. Nobody who weighs over 100 pounds will be eligible to play, Lackey said, and this will include for the most part boys and girls in the fifth, sixth and seventh grades. Handsome trophies will go to the first, second and consola- ion winners in each bracket. Boys and girls teams are en- ered from Arnett, Okla., Sam- orwood, Quail, Centralvue, Oka., Dodson and Wellington. Playing starts at 3 p.m. on Honday, when the Dodson and Wellington girls meet. Other irst round games are: Dodson vs. Wellington boys, i p.m. Quail vs. Centralvue girls, 5 i.m. Quail vs. Centralvue boys, 6 i.m. . . . ...... Arnett vs. Samnorwood 1 girls, ip.m. Arnett vs. Samnorwood iboysi, i p.m. Second round games will be ilayed Tuesday, with a girls onsohition game a1j 5 p.m., a x>ys consolation at 6 .p.m., girls in the championship divi- ion at 7 p.m. and boys at 8 p.m. Finals will be played Thurs- lay with the girls consolation ;ame at 5 p.m., boye at 6 p.m., girls championship finals at 7 p.m., and the boys championship finals at 8 ip.m. The public is invited to come jut and support -these youngsters, Coach Lackey said. Eugene Campbell, Bawcom, A. J. Fires, Frank M. J. Fathers attending were Cliff 76 listed. Holland, Murl Phillips, Bill Wolf, Lee Hughey, A. iL. Duncan. Arthur Belew, R. Oolwell, J. C. Hartman and Doug jBerg- vall. Other guests were Mr. and •Mrs. J. M. Orr, Jane Orr, Mr. and Mirs. Barney Glenn, Jan Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Coleman, Anna 1 Kay Kelso, Rodney Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Garcia, J. L. Harper, E. W. Clement, Louis Graham, Ralph Word, Don Beck. David Baumgardner, John Sherman, Dick Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McEwen, Bob Crawford, W. 0. Vaughan, Dee Burba, Paul SpiW- man, Donald Jennings, Jake Tarter, Fleet Pruden, Ed Smith, Ray Null, also Javad Bazargani of Iraan, Mike Wischkaemper, A. F. Wischkaemper, and Bill Wisch- kaemper of Samnorwood. Motsenbocker on WT Honor Roll Albert Motsenbocker is listed on the undergraduate honor roll of West Texas State University for the fall semester, Dr. Walter H. Juniper, dean of the university, announced. Motsenbocker, a graduate of Dodson high school and former teacher there also, was one of Stage Ritz Stage Show Starts 8 p. m. Under 12 — 50c ADULTS — 90c ALL NEW 1964 EDITION! 1000 NEW SURPRISES! SO SCARY—WE DARE YOU TO SIT THRU IT ALL! IF YOU DO- YOU WIN FREE T PASSES TO A HEAR FUTURE MOVIE DO NOT JUDGE BY ANYTHING SEEN BEFORE I So MOT JUST ANOTHER $POOK5H(W f A ftCAlCONE THRillER SHOW ARITIONS ai ROAM THE THSATR6! 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Hubbard, president of the Wellington State Bank, attended the session of the Seventh District, State Bankers' Convention in Port Worth Friday and Saturday, Fob. 21 and 22. These sessions feature leading bankers of the nation discussing current financial movements. Mrs. Hubbard and their iron, Chris, accompanied him and visdted with relatives in Arlington. 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