The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on February 27, 1964 · Page 6
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February 27, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 6

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JHE WLLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER •Thursday, February 27, 1964 V * '» i ' ' 1924 Study Club Will Hold Annual Fashion Show-Dinner on March 19 Thursday evening^ March. 19 is the date selected for the ninth annual fashion show-dinner by the members of the 1924 Study Club. This, organization is also* observing its 40th anniversary this year. Chairman of the . steering committee is Mrs." J. SB. King. Members on this committee are Mmes. D, F, ,Cook, Mack Bush and B. M. Sims. Firms having fashion model entries thus far are Ingram Hobby and Fabric Shop, The Fair Store, Helen's Creations, House of Beauty, and Lora's Beauty Shop. Who's New ' ' in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Carol Riley of Quahah are the parents of n daughter, Kimfoerlie lyAnn, born February 21 in the Quanah Memorial Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds eleven and a half ounces. Grandparents here are Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Phipps and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Rilcy. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cox of Arkansas City. Kansas, are the parents of a son, Kevin Lee, born January 30. He weighed eight pounds and seven ounces and is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sanders. Mrs. Cox is the former Mary Lou Sanders. Those modeling and giving door prizes are to ibe included in a later release. Tickets will foe available beginning Feb. 27 from club members. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. D. F. Cook and Mrs. James Sullivan. Other chairmen and committees announced by Mrs. King included the following: Decorations: Mrs. B. M. Sims, Mrs. Bill Bradley, Mrs. Don Van Pelt; Table arrangements: Mrs. Velman Warrick, Mrs. Don Beck; Table settings: Miss Hattie D. Wells. Mrs. R. R. CrawJey, Miss Sara E. Jones; Models: Mrs. Jack Moreman, Mrs. Edward White; Food: Mrs. Edward Bawcom, Mrs. Chester Fires, Mrs. 'Luther Gribble, Mrs. J. R. Ross; Favors, door prizes and displays: Mrs. Bush and Mrs. A. L. Elliott; Entertainment: Mrs. Ross; Publicity: Mrs. Sims. WMU Observes Week of Prayer The Woman's Missionary Un- io.ni of the First Baptist church will observe Home Missions Week of Prayer next week with a session each day from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the church. All members of crlcles are urged to attend each day. Club Plans i Anniversary Tea The 1954 Study dub . met Thursday, Feb. 13 in the home of Mrs. Calvin Hurst. Roll call was answered >by 15 members. Mrs. jBilly Ray Long, president, conducted the , ' .business jb'^^ tees 'were; named for v the club's Shower Monday Evening Honors Miss Fulcher, a Bride ; to-be Certain areas of the ocean can produce about 1,000 pounds of shrimp per acre annually. Bride of Former Wellington Man Miss Doris Levy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Levy of Brooklyn, New York, and John Ellsworth Rogers, exchanged marriage vows December 23, at Copley Street Methodist Church in Boston, Massachusetts. Mrs. Rogers is a junior student at Emerson College in Boston. Mr. Rogers is a junior at Harvard University. The young couple will continue study. They are at home at Apartment J-21 East, Peabody Terrace, 900 Memorial Drive in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mr. Rogers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rogers of Canadian, former Wellington residents. An adult 90-ton blue whale eats more than a ton of shrimp each day. MARCH Prices Good Thurs., Fri., Sot. and Mon. $2.00 FAST Home Permanent $£00 plus tax $1.98 Bright Set Hair Spray Qgc plus tax $1.00 Dorothy Gray Lipstick ...... 2 for $100 plus tax $8.50 Dorothy Gray Satura Cream only . $fiOO plus tax $6.00 Bonne Bell Plus Hormone Lotion ... $gOO plus tax 32 oz. Soft Tress Luxury Shampoo ftOc 32 oz. Sof Touch Skin Lotion plus tax $1.44 Value Cotton Balls gQ<t 1 Lb. Ponds Cold Cream, Special $£79 19c Klenzo Tissue fi for $£00 Reg. $1.29 Redi Shave Cream, 14 oz. Aerosol 64* Econocy Combination Syringe $£49 Economy Hot Water Bottle .......... $£00. Baby Pants, Bloomer style, £ pair ^9* Household Gloves, natural latex . J pair $£00 Instant Spray Starch, Ig. 24 oz. only £C)c $29.95 Norelco Electric Razor $ 14 95 All Brands Filter Cigarettes, carton .... $2*0 All Brands Reg. Cigarettes, carton $2*5 Ronson Lighters i OFF Parsons Drug Club Hears Music Program Mrs. John Sherman was hostess to members of the Domes- ic Science Chib Thursday, Feb. 20 for a program, "A Homemakers Life Told Musically." Guest musicians were Mrs-. B. M. Sims, Mrs. Hiram Gudd, Mrs. Mack Bush, and Mrs. Richard Nail. Mrs. Farris Wood was program director. Decorations and refreshments carried out the theme of w Members voted to- sponsor Mrs. ;Ai J. Fires and any .other women of the club who; wish to enter the Crafts Display at the district convention, to be held at Borger, March :26i ' .;>; M»sv Bill Hatch gave an interesting/ informative: and unusual iprbgranv on "The Amazing Drug in Your Kitchen." This drug kills pain almost instantly, prevents infection, helps control bleeding, is completely safe, costs almost nothing and is within a few steps of every housewife and mother. This drug is an "ice cube" from your refrigerator. Ice cubes are used for anesthetics in certain types of surgery, to relieve a heart attack until a doctor arrives, to relieve and keep down swelling and blisters in case of burns, and acts as a sedative when it is placed on the back of the neck of an emotionally disturbed person, the speaker said. The Valentine theme was carried out in the dessert plate served to Mmes. Hatch. R. L. Tcmpleton, Grant Wooldridge, E. W. Clement, James Larson, Leon Hartman, C. T. Hubbard, Sam Adams, Don Lacy, Lynn Courtney, Jack Aaron 1 , 'Lynn Wright, A. J. Fires, Billy Ray Long and the hostess, Mrs. Hurst. Quilting, Luncheon Entertains Club A covered dish luncheon 1 was enjoyed by members of the Good Neighbor Club Friday, Feb. 21 in the home of Mrs. C. A. Wilbur. The day was spent quilting and a business meeting was held in the afternoon, after which secret pal gifts were exchanged. Those attending were Mmes. Frank Thomas, Ray Clubb, Willie Smith, Merritt James, Do- Miss Louise Fulcher, bride- elect of Olman Sweat was honored with a bridal shower on Monday night, February 24 in the home of Mrs. John Gole- maiu ••'. "• .• '• ' •••'/." ••• •Co-hostesses with Mrs. Coteman were Mmes. Steve Owens, Melyin Seale, Ernest Harwell, Truman Estes, Arlon Williamson, Bill Owens, Elmer Feemster, Harold Keller, Guy Owens, Ray Uselbon, J. W. Maxwell and Keith Smith. Mrs. Coleman received the guests and presented them to Miss Fulcher, her mother, Mrs. S. F. Fulcher, and Mrs. A. 0. Sweat, mother of the prospective ibridegroom. Mrs. Bill Owens presided at the bride's book. Miss Rose Montgomery, niece of the bride, and Mrs. Guy Owens served spiced tea and cake from the serving table which was laid with a white imported cloth from the Philippines. The centerpiece was an arrangement of a miniature bride and groom under glass, sur- rounded by blue net and tiny flowers. The appointments were silver and crystal. Quests called between 7:30 and 9:00 p.m. Mrs. C. D. -Messer has returned to her home at Quail after undergoing surgery in the Groom hospital. Mrs. Louise Kendrick and daughter, Mickye Ann, were recent visitors in Borger, in the home of her parents, Mr. and •Mrs. B. V. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs.. Tom Campbell returned to their home in Lubbock Friday, after a few days visit with members of families here. shia Dix, Lloyd Holloway, Nell Cook, Leonard Karnes. John Trew, Ro'bert Karnes, and the hostess. George Washington's birthday. Attending were 'Mrs. John Coleman," Mrs. Clyde Drake, Mrs. J. F. Johnson, Mrs. Jerry Nix, Mrs. W. R. Orr, Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, Mrs. Deskins Wells, Mrs. Wood, and Mrs. Sherman. Announcing the Opening of Pak-A-Bag CASH GROCERY We have remodeled our Grocery Store on 15th St. and cordially invite your business on the basis of savings on foods of High Quality. We will handle a more complete stock of staple Groceries than ever before as well as all kinds of Packaged Meats, Vegetables, Frozen Foods, Milk and Bread/The only department that has been discontinued is our fresh meat counter. By serving yourself and paying cash you will be able to make real savings on your monthly Grocery bill and we will be able to stay open more hours to serve you. Watch Our Windows for Specials for This Week - And Come to See Us. Pak- A-Bag Laverne and Oris West Terry Scuffs Value $1.00 79* Pole Lamp Value $9.95 Bagged Fruit Value 98c 77« Wide Lace Value 59c Slip & Panty Set Value $1.98 99« Knitting Yarn Value $1.29 99« Sports Ball Value 98c 77* Antique Lamp Value $12.98 Hair Dryer Value $15.98 $1288 PLASTIC House Wares Value $1.98 Rose Bushes O for $100 Towel Pole Value $4.98 $388 Candy Bars 6 for 25« Hair Spray 29< Carpet Throw Rugs 69« Bird Bath Value $3.98 60 ft. Garden Hose Value $3.98 $229 Piece Goods Remnants Value 49c 3 yds. $ j[00 STRAW Hand Bags $J49 Hand Vacuum Cleaner $10 M Laundry Basket Value 98c 69« Kapok Pillow Value $1.49 $100 Bed Pillow Ben Franklin Store Door Mirror Value $5.49 $388

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