The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on February 27, 1964 · Page 10
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February 27, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 10

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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, February 27, 1964
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,.^WWWi®>>& Jerry Manuel * * * Pfc. Jerry R. Manuel is sta- tionel at Camp Perry, Va., as a member of a military police unit. Pfc. Manuel, son of Mr, and Mrs. M. H. Manuel, took his basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, 'Mo., and attended the military police school at Ft. Qordon, Ga. He has been in service two years and has one more year on Ms enlistment. His wife is the former La- Quinta Hollingsworth, daughter of MT. and Mrs. Sam Hollhigs- worth. CORPUS CHRISTI.—Tommy C. Pendergrass, aviation machinist's mate airman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pendergrass of Wellington, reported Feb. 2 for duty with Training Squadron 31 at the Naval Air Station, Corpus Ghristi. The squadron, which utilizes the Grumman "Tracker' multi-' engine aircraft, has the assigned responsibility of training student naval aviators in the multi-engine type aircraft. Pendergrass, who entered the service in June 1963, attended Wellington high school. Miss Jamie Ross of the Ross Ranch near Quail joined a group of friends from Clarendon for a week end in. Houston, where they attended the Fat Stock Show and visited with friends. Week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Ralmrn and Miss Virda Raburn. were their son and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Raburn Jr. and children, Rocky, Ginger, and Chucky, and Miss Janet 'McCoy of Andrews. in '' .-»£*f> ' \ ^Shirley Horton, a member of TKe f »;Quail FHA Choir,, auditioned Saturday, Feb. 22 with other Future Homemakers in the first step toward membership in the National FHA Choir. The auditions were held at West Texas State University, for girls in the northern half of Area I, and Shirley ranked first among the contestants. She and two others will compete with girls from the southern half of the district at Way- wd College, Plainview, March 7. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, February 27, 1964 MARRIAGE LICENSES James Wendell' Stagall, ' 17, and Miss Lola Jean Wilson, 17, of Harmon county, Okhu, Feb. Patricia Kimbro, Shirley's accompanist, will also audition at Plainview for a place ns national FHA pianist. Accompanying the girls to Canyon Saturday were Mrs. Lowell Wells, choir director, and Mrs. Monty Mitchell, the tiomemaking instructor. 14. Richard Dean Oldaker, 18, and Miss Dena Max-lent Perdue, 16, Oklahoma county, Okla., Feb. 14. Maes WendeN Stegall, 17, and Miss Lola 1 Jean Wilson, 17, of Harmon county, Okla., Feb. 14. Richard Bean Oldaker, 17, and Miss Donwa Marlene Perdue, 16, of Oklahoma county, Okla., Feb. 14. Jimmy Andrew Edwards, 20, and Miss Georgia Sue Ivy, 17, of Roger Mills county, Okla., Feb. 17. Classified ads get results. With Appreciation, I Want to Say Thank You Friends! In leaving the office of county tax assessor-collet- '•- • * ;. '•''- '- . ". . • v £ : ff ,.." • - tor February 29, I want you to know I am grateful for the splendid cooperation you have given me while I served you. It not only made my work easier, but it was heart-warming and encouraging. I know the finest people in the world live in Coll- fngsworth County, and the hardest part of leaving this office is going away from the the many friends I have made. Will each of you accept this as a personal message of thanks and good wishes for the future. L Fulch er Assessor-Collector of Texas MATH IE SON NITROGEN 'an all-season '/}ljsource of nitrogen' QUICK ACTING • LONG LASTING RESISTS LEACHING ATTEND THE SOIL FERTILITY MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 3 AT 2:00 P. M. IN THE DISTRICT COURT ROOM Gef The Most Out of Your Fertilizer Dollar We have had excellent results in Collingsworth County from fertilizer used. In the last 5 years we have proved we can raise the net income on dry land cotton from $20 to $50 per acre above present profits. This means fertilizer is more important than it has ever been in our farming economy. OLIN FERTILIZER will do the job for you. They are proved for this area. As your dealer, we can give you the fertilizer that the soil test shows your land needs. No elements are wasted. None are missing. Let OLIN FERTILIZER make more money for you. SINGLEY Mill & Elevator UNBLEACHED Domestic Good Quality Reg. 25c yd. Friday Saturday Monday Plus <&&% HEAVY Bath Towels Regular 79c Each Terry Cloth WASH CLOTHS 10 FOR $100 DISH CLOTHS 10 FOR $100 First Quality Seamless 2Pr.$100 One Group of THROW RUGS $ 1 44 Men's BAN ION SOX Reg. $1.00 pair 66' Pair Feather Pillows Curled Chicken Feathers One group of Baby Gift Items at Close out Prices Men's Duraline, 100% Polester Dacron DRESS SHIRTS THE SHIRT THAT ABBSOLUTELY REQUIRES NO IRONING Long Sleeves $5.98 each Short Sleeves $4.98 each Men's Pajamas $10.00 Pair All Winter Merchandise Remain at Close Out Prices See Our Display of New Spring Piece Goods, Shoes and Sportswear We are also receiving new Spring Dresses by Laura of Dallas, Clockwise, Miss Virginia, Penny packer Nylon Jerseys, Mar Tee Originals, Joy Stevens of California and Aspen. See Our New Swimsuits by Aspen of Denver Hatch Dry Goods

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