The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on February 27, 1964 · Page 4
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February 27, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 4

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Rockets Bow to In Practice Game The Skyrocket* bowed,to the Channing tooys, victors in District 1-B by a score of 68-53 Friday night, Feb. 21. This was a practice game for both teams, played at Lefdrs, in connection with the fdrst game of the play-off series between the Wellington and Clarendon girls. Channing has a smoothly op-; erative club that hit® the basket well, especially in the early parts of the game. The Rockets, on the other hand, had a (bad night as far a's shooting was concerned 1 , and failed to hit -the 'basket unti] they were trailing ibadly. They picked up in the third quarter, but weren't able to overcome the difference. Roger Weems was the game's high scorer with 18 points, while Bobby Hudson scored 14. Jerry Muncy a.nc Larry Moore made 16 each for Channing. The game by quarters: Wellington 9 28 45 53 Channing 23 47 58 68 __.vjmd fare. R-''Si; Ravage >t Canyon spent;, several days ast week; in 1 >the> home of, her M-otherY arid sister, ; ' Mt. and Mrs.^O.>B. Raiburn atid.Miss Vird^^Raburn. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday. February 27, l?64 . y Some tourists look at the! Coral snake bite!'/are"fatal scenery;, others see it. I in about 20% of the'cases. FUTURE FARMER AWARD WINNERS These five Wellington Future Farmers were presented awards for outstanding work at the annual Father-son banquet Saturday evening, February 22. Standing are Max Phipps, left, who received the Farm Electrification Award; Mark Fires, the Livestock Award; and Joe Henard, the DeKalb Achievement Award, given a senior boy. Kneeling are Jimmy Campbell, left, Star Green- hand; and Don Paul Sweat, Chapter Star Farmer. All awards except the DeKalb Award were given by the Future Farmers of America Foundation. In this picture the boys point to the essential parts of their emblem, freedom's eagle; the ear, of corn that is the emblem background and the plow. The locusts of the plague are also called shorthorn grasshoppers. • •' • '••. ••. •.' •'.'.-. ... • :'. ,'.; Accept My • : Sincere Appreciation 1 v *' ,' I am grateful for the many courtesies all of you have shown me during the time I was your Deputy tax- assessor-collector, a place I am leaving on February 29. I will now devote my full time to my race for the office of tax assessor-collector, subject to the Democratic Primary May 2, and your support and help will be sincerely appreciated. Rita Owens WHS Splits Two Practice Games with Quitaque The Skyrockets went down in a practice game with the District 10-B champions, the Quitaque Panthers 77-05, but the Rockettes, also in a practice giame, won from the Panther- ettes 63 to 38. The double header was played in Rocket gymnasium Tuesday night, Feb. 18. "The Panthers were a real smooth club, and we feel we learned something by playing a club of this calibre," Coach • James Stavenhagen declared. The Panthers are a strong fast-'breaking team built arounc one big boy—a difficult com- Dination to play defense against. Four Pa-nthers scored in the double figures. Seldom this year have the Rockets met a team with the fast break that they encountered in this game. High scorer for Wellington was Roger Weems with 15, while Jim Saul made 26 for the Panthers. By quarters: Wellington 16 37 51 65 Quitaque 21 42 63 77 Girls Game The Rockette® showed a good defense against . the Panther- ettes as they took the 63-38 victory, and successfully held their opponents' six-foot two- inch forward to only 6 points. High pointer for Wellington was Betty Courtney with 25. while Jane Orr made 19 anc Joyce Holton 13. Janice Dudley Kiwonis Hears Dodson Singers The Kiwamis Cluib was en- .crtained Friday, Feb. 21 by Ted Parker and some of his students from the Dodson school. Bob Crawford!, program'chair- man for the month of February, presented Mr. Parker and a grade school ensemble, a high school chorus, and a trio, in a medlev of songs. The show-steaTer was "Lollipop," by the grade school ensemble. The chorus sang "There Goes My Heart," and the trio was top scorer for Quitaque with 28. The score by . quarters': Wellington 17 33 44 63 Quitaque 11 22 26 35 sang "Skip to My Lou." Guests were Carrol Ray of Pampa, Hubert Mauldin, David Baumgardner and' his' guest from Iraan, Javad Bazarzani, Cecil Regier, Jack Mbreman, Bryan Denson of Amai-illo, !and four members of the West Lawton, Okla., Club. Garden Club Meets Feb. 5 The Wellington Garden Club met Wednesday, Feb. 5 in the club room of Greenbelt Electric Cooperative building, with Mrs. Bitt Tarter and Mrs. O. E. Dodson as co-hostesses. The plaque and name of the West Wellington Cemetery was the subject of the round table discussion. Refreshments were served to those present by the hostesses. You ore Invited Soil Fer & Weed TUESDAY, MARCH 3-DISTRICT COURT ROOM Soil Fertility and the proper use of fertilizers as weH as Weed and Insect Control are becoming more important every year to the farmers of this area. It is for this reason we join with The Extension Service and the Northwest Experiment Authorities in inviting our farmer friends to attend the Soil Fertility meeting next Tuesday. Improved farming practices have done wonders in increasing the per acre yields and the net profit in the past ten years and we believe there will be even greater improvements in the years to come. STATE DODSON, TEXAS A -' '"'ft:-- « : i:. :i l", ; ' . ^ Soil Test Weed Control insect Control will help this area break all production records will help put more money in our pockets Our fields are making yields we thought out of reach a few years ago. There are several factors, and one of the most important is soil testing to show the nutrients a field needs, and the proper fertilizer to supply those nutrients. Dodson Co-operative Enterprises, who handle your cotton, wheat and grain sorghum f recommend that all farmers have soil tests before beginning operations. The test itself will be done at the soils testing laboratory of the Extension Service in Lubbock. You can get a soil container and blanks from the County Agent's office. 1. Dig a hole 6 to 8 inches deep 2. Take a half-inch slice off one side with a spade, the full depth. 3. Repeat this at 10 to 12 places over the field. 4. Mix all the dirt thoroughly in a clean bucket. 5. Take out one pint to be sent to Lubbock for testing. 6. Repeat in each field you want a soil test for. 7. A copy of the analysis will be sent you and the county agent's office. To give accurate recommendation, your county agent will need to know: 1. Kind and depth of soil. 2. Previous cropping history 3. Previous fertilizer history 4. What crop you will grow Attend The Soil Fertility & Weed Control Program March 3 In District Court Room We Can Furnish Your Fertilezer Dodson Co-Operative Enterprises is dealer for RED STAR fertilizer, which is especially adapted to the land in this section. We will work with you to help you get the most out of your fertilizer dollar. If you don't plan to plant your cotton acres - Be sure to turn them in and hold your acreage allotment. Dodson Cooperative Enterprises Ed Crowder, Mgr.

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