The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 5, 1964 · Page 8
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 8

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 5, 1964
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Ten Students Take Merit Qualifying Test Ten students in three CJoll- ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL NOTES ingswortli schools have made application to take the ,1964 National Merit Scholarship Qualifying tests, •: J. D/ Wilson, school supervisor, announced today. The tests will be given some time in March at Samnorwood school. . The qualifying test is a 3- hbur examination of educational! development and is the first step in iihe 10th annual competition for four-year Merit Scholarships provided Iby the National Merit Scholarship Corporation^ Wilson explained. It is open to high school juniors. •Students who will take the test this year are Stanley Gosnell and Denzil Phipps at Quail; Karen Richardson and Linda Karnes of Wellington; and Jo Nell Breeding, Bitty Wischkaemper, Dean Tate, Lloyd Stice, Nancy Hill and David Kindrick of Samnorwood. Joining: the National Merit Scholarship Corporation in providing the scholarships are various corporations, foundations, colleges, associations, unions, trusts and individuals. In 1963 a total of 1528 'Merit Scholarships were awarded. Test scores are returned to the students' schools iby May 15. Some 14,000 semi-finalists, the highest; scorers in each state, will be named early next fall and their names will ,go to all colleges and other sources of financial 'aid for under-graduates. They will take a second examination to qualify as finalists in tha Merit Program. An additional 35,000 students selected on a national basis, will receive tetters of commendation and will be considered for special awards. The scholarships are based on need, and range from $100 to $1,500 for the f«ur years. Hereford Sale Set at Quanah Stockmen from Wellington are invited to attend the first annual show and sale of the Northwest Texas Hereford Breeders Association to beheld Wednesday, March 11 at Quanah. The show and sale will take place at the Hardeman County Livestock Pavilion, located at Lucian Bearden, medical, Feb. 17 to 21. • Karen Lynn Richardson, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson, medical, Fob.. 17 and 18. • Roberto Bueno, year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ramior Bueno, medical, Feb. 17 to 19. Grover Pettitt of Quail, medical, Feb. 18 to 21. Mrs. R. R. Hightower, surgi- Quail, patient mile the municipal airport southwest of Quanah. The show and sale is scheduled for 9:45 Wednesday at the Pavilion with four grand champion and reserve trophies to be awarded the .top two cows and bulls. The sale will get under way at 1 p.m. Wednesday following lunch to be served on 'the show grounds. Tuesday night the Quanah Chamiber of Commerce will be host for a ip re-sale "'bull session" in the lobby of the airport building. A total of 59 offerings, 50 "bulls and nine cows, have been consigned for the sale. Consigners include L. C. Atkinson of Throckmorton; M. K. Berry of Vernon, Buchanan Herefords of Big Spring, R. Paul Coneway of Hereford; L. G. Emerson and Holland Metcalf of ChilHcothe, J. C. Hood and Son of Lometa, Jim Hutchins of Estelline, J. W. Lindlley and Thollie ILindley of Lakeview, Pronger Brothers of Stratford, J. F. Ross and Son of Quanah, Bowie Westley of Happy, and W. L. Wilson of Goodlett, Tex., and C. A. Kinder and Donald den Kinder of Frederick, Okla. Officers of the Association include Jim Ross, president; W. L. Wilson, vice president; Hood Wills, secretary, and James IBartlett, treasurer. Auctioneer for the sale will be Col. Walter Britten, with Bill Reed of Sterling City as the show judge. cal, Feb. 18 to 21. Mrs. Herbert Field, medical, has been a since Feb. 18. Mrs. 0. E. Rogers, medical, Feb. 19 to 21. Mrs. Bailey Jones of Childress, medical, Feb. 19 to 24. Mrs. J. H. Seymour of Dodson, medical, Feb. 20 ,to 26. Auther C. Jones, medical, F.eb. 20 to 24. Mrs. H. E. Bell of Quail, medical, Feb. 21 to 24. Mrs. Millard iBrown of Wellington, surgical, March 21 to 27. Mrs. Gal Sugg, medical, Feb. 22 and 23. Teresa Kay Guthrie, 16- months-old daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. Dan Guthrie, medical, Feb. 22 to 27. Ka-therine Sue Guthrie, 5- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Guthrie, medical, Feb. 22 to 26. Kenneth Kromer, Vinson, medical, has 'been a ipatient since Feb. 22. Mrs. Luther Gribble, medical. Feb. 22 to 27. Farris Cornelius of Dodson, medical, has been a patient since Feb. 23. Mrs. Martha Hicks, medical, Feb. 24 to 26. Mrs. George Tucker, medical, Feb. 24 to 27. Clarence Kimbriel, medical, Feb. 24 and 25. Mrs. Pete Ybarra, obstetrical, Feb. 24 to 27. Mrs. H. L. Jenkins, medical, Feb. 24 to 26. Mrs. J. A. Killian, medical, has been hospitalized isince Feb. 25. Henry Vaughan, medical, Feb. 25 to 27. Merritt James, medical, was admitted Feb. 25 and is still a patient. Rhonda Renee Harrison, 7- months-old daughter of Mrs. Imogene Harrison, medical, Feb. 25 to 27. Jona Gayle Stages, Route 3, Shamrock, 6-months-o'ld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stages, medical, Feb. 25 to 29. Stanley Raymond Oldham, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Oldham of Samnorwood, medical, Feb. 25 to 27. Janie Louise Jones. 16-year- old daughter of Min. and Mrs. Auther Jones, medical, Feb. 25 and 26. Dee Coleman, medical, Feb. 25 and 26. Milburn Derryberry, medical, Feb. 26 to 29. B. B. Martin of Dodson, medical, was re-admitted Feb. 26 and is still a patient. Barbara Ann Reynoldls, 8- months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, medical, Feb. 26 to March 1. Rhonda Kay McClendon, 5- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon McClendon, medical, Feb. 26 to 28. Billy Kermit Hall, traumatic surgery, Feb. 27 and 28. Mm Paul Spillman. medical, Feb. 28 to March 2. Mrs. Carl Crosnoe of Dodson, medical, Feb. 28 to March 2. THE WHEELED DEALERS There's a big deal about to go between Texan Chill .Wills, Charles Watts, Phil Harris and James Garner in this scene from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's new comedy, "The Wheeler Dealer." Lee LeRemick and Garner co-star in the hilarious story of a guy who gets what he wants — whether it's Wall Street money or a girl. The Martin Ransohoff production, is in Panavision and color. Showing at the Ritz Sunday through Tuesday. DOZIER NEWS By Mrs. Alex Coleman Rev. Coy Jester filled his appointment Sunday at the Church of regular morning Christ. • Bill Wischkaemiper visited Abilene Christian College and reports a fine reception 'given him. He plans to enroll there at the end of this school term. • Mr. and Mr&. Guy Bell visited Mrs. Alex Coleman and report his mother, Mrs. Juda Bell is in Groom hospital. We wish for her a speedy recovery. • Mrs. Phillip Bentley returned home Sunday from the Groom hospital where she was treated for injuries she received when she and Mr. Bentley and their daughter, Helen Joy, were in a car wreck returning "from Abilene where they had visited Mrs. Bentley's mother. • Mrs. James Throckmorton is doing fine but will return soon to Dallas for a check-up. • There are several cases of chicken pox among the school children in this community. • Mrs. Nettie Parks and a friend, both of Dallas, spent several days last week in the homes of her uncle and cousin, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thompson and Luther Thompson. They also visited in Amarillo and when t,hey returned to the Thompsons, Luther returned to Dallas with them. n the SE/4 section 15, 'block 7; and undivided 1/8 interest n W/2 section 54, block 16. Lease: Ruth Hightower, guardian of John Elmer and lynthia Elaine Hightower, minors, to Shell Oil Co.—W/2 of NfW/4 section 37, block 10. Lease: John E. Holton and vife to Gulf Oil 'Corp.—W/2 section 10. block 12. Royalty deed: Lucille Walker .0 Jack Walker—SE/4 section V block 16. Lease: M. W. Paschall and wife to Gulf Oil Corp.—E/2 of NE/4 section 19, block 16, and W/2 of section 20, block 16. Lease: M. G. Tarver and wife to Gulf Oil Corp. 2 —N/2 of section 32, block 12. Lease: Nancy Deger to Gulf Oil Corp.—NW/4 and S/2 section 9, block 12. (Lease: Verna Hutchinson and husband to Gulf Oil Corp.—N/2 lection 30, Mock 12. Lease: L. A. Sparlin to Gulf Oil Corp.—section 40, block 16; SE/4 section 42, block 16; S/2 section 31, block 12. OIL AND GAS NEWS Mrs. Faye Diggers of Seattle, Wash., is visiting 'her 'brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Barnelt in the Lone Mound community, and her niece, Mr. and Mrs>. Lynn Wright and children' in Wellington. She will remain through the St. Patrick's Day celebration at Shamrock. Mrs. Russtll Yates, medical, was admitted Feb. 28. Lonnie Neeley of Quail, medical, was admitted Feb. 28. Mickye Ann Kemh-ick, 13, daughter of Mrs. Louise Kendrick, medical, Feb. 28 to Mar. 2. Mrs. John M. Brown, medical, Feb. 29 and March 1. Myra Lynn Hernandez, 10- months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vinceate Hernandez, medical, was admitted Feb. 29. Mrs. Donald Langley, obstetrical, was admitted March 1. Patients admitted earlier and discharged since Feb. 17 are: Mrs. T. D. Reeves, Feb. 17. Donald Ray 'Fowler, Feb. 17. Mrs. R. B. Birden, Feb. 17. Roland Mayhugh, Feb. 17. Mrs. Hugh Painter, Feb. 17. Mrs. Donald Langley, Feb. 17. Maria Elsa Bueno and Roberto Bueno, Feb. 19. Byron T. House, Feb. 19. Mrs. 1L. C. Cole, Feb. 20. Mrs. Ruby James, Feb. 24. Mrs. Inez Miller, Feb. 26. Non - participating royalty deed: Alfred F. Knoll and oth ers to Herbert E. Knoll—N/2 section 62, block 16. Non - participating royalty deed: Alfred F. Knoll and others to John Fay Knoll — N/2 section 62, block 16. Non' - participating royaltj deed: Alfred F. Knoll and oth ers to Willie C. Knoll — N/2 section 62, block 16. Assignment: El Paso Natur al Gas Co. to Mal-Cra Oi Corp.—SE/4 section 16, block 13. Lease: Ruth Hightower guardian of John Elmer am Cynthia Elaine Hightower, mi nors, to Shell Oil Co.—sectioi 50, block OS, 202.32 acres. Division order: Aubrey Pof: to Shell Oil Co.—N/2 of SE/< section 8, block 11. Conveyance: Crescent Oil and Swan Oil Co. — Camp Fire Girls The Ganda Group met Tuesday, Feb. 25 for a program on safety. The girls 'also practiced on their ceremonial. Lora Gene 'Martin was hostess, and Mrs. Cecil Hasten guardian. Girls present were Carey Lewis, Cathy Sing-ley, Glenda Chandler, Patti Holton, Kathy Scott, Susanna Peters, Betsy Castleberry, Beth Peters, ILora Jean Martin quist. and Adelle Bur- The Knokawanai Camp Fire group met Thursday, Feb. 27. The girls worked on their Trail Seekers rank. • Hostess for the week was Debra Jones. Guardians are Mrs. Jim Cochran and Mrs. J. B. King. •Girls present were Jane Campbell, Ann Smith, Judy Jones, Mary Saied, Debra Jones, Marcia King, Doris Tingle, Mary Nell Edens, Carole Cochran, Pam Kersten, Judy Hoffarth, Karen Loretta Foster. Maxwell and as Corp. to ndivided 1/8 mineral interest The Cardinal (Blue Birds met Friday in the 'Camp Fire building. The girls made pigs out of bleach bottles. Refreshments were served to Janet Holland, Landie White, Nancy Shumate, Judy Peters, Janet Word, Gwen Connie Bearden, Hedger, Mitzi Pendleton, Mary Kay Sullivan, Lillie Ann Rogers, Kathy Bartlett, Reta Branch, and Janet Simmons. Visitors were Pam Shumate, Food Values Sources Change >F.ood, as it relates to health, is of utmost importance to today's consumer. The nutritive, value of today's food supply has changed in several respects' in the past decade, according to Extension foods and nutrition specialists at Texas A&M University and Kathryn P. Barjenbruch, county home demonstration agent. Calories iper capita has decreased from 3,530 in 1910 to 3,180 in 1962, and source® of some of the calories have changed, too. The percentage of calories from starches and sugars has decreased, and has increased in fats. For example, carbohydrates supplied 57% of the total calories in 1910, but in 1962 they supplied only 47%. The percentage of calories supplied by fat increased from 32% in 1910 to 41% in 1962, ibut calories supplied >by protein have remained 11 and 12%. The average consumer has both (positive and negative points of view when it comes to any particular food. Beef steak may appear to ibe a highly flavorful food to some, rich in protein and other essential nutrients*—or it may represent a source of saturated) fat. The fragments of facts about food and nutrition that the consumer knows often are out of Delia Shumate, Geney Morrow and Leslie Hedger. The leaders are Mrs. Marshall Peters and Mrs. Shumate. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 5, 1964 THE BRASS BOTTLE A composite photo is used to illustrate Universal's hilarious romantic comedy in color, "The Brass Bottle." The genie, Burl Ives, is visible only to Tony Randall, and not to his fiancee, Barbara Eden, while the specialty dancing girl in the rear, LuLu Porter, is real enough for every body. Showing at the Ritz Thursday through Saturday. context. He may show concern over the cholesterol content of a few individual foods, but disregard the need for a diet that supplies enough of all nutrients. DROP-OUT STUDY WILL BE MADE Texas Education Agency will begin the first of a projected series of five pilot programs Northwest Texas Hereford Breeders Association FIRST ANNUAL SHOW and SALE Wed., March 11 Hardeman County Livestock Pavilion Quanah, Texas Show 9:45 A. M. Sale 1:00 P. M. (Lunch To Be Served on Show Grounds) 50 Bulls - 9 Cows Auctioneer: Col. Walter, Britten Write: Northwest Texas Hereford Breeders Association P. 0. Box 120 Quanah, Texas FOR FREE CATALOGUE NOTICE PARENTS OF ALL CHILDREN IN THE COUNTY WITH SPEECH OR HEARING DEFECTS! Please get in touch with me as an effort is being made to bring a special teacher here to work with these children. It can be done if there is sufficient demand. Harold Caldwell Pho«e 447-5407 Children's Shoes New arrivals of name brand, such as numbers by International Shoe Co. and General Shoe Co. New Styles and Colors Values to $7.98 Sale price $298, $398 and $498 Town and Country East Side Square BUSINESS AS USUAL! for school dropouts in the Corpus Ohristi school district. District will work with Earl Martin of TEA in (1) direction and planning of special courses for dropouts: (2) assisting in developing part-time employment (possibilities for pupils who need work to stay in school; and (3) organizing a program of consultation to meet the dropouts' needs. Watch For Our Formal Opening IRON Beautiful chrome case is easy to keep clean and bright. Iron weighs only 3V2 IBs. for fast, effortless ironing. Full view heat control dial. Finger tip steam control. With the Purchase of 10 gallons of Gasoline FREE 5 Pounds of SUGAR AUTOMATIC 3O-CUP MBOULARLV • 17-95 9.88 Bright polished aluminum brown plastic legs, handle and cover knob. Thermostatically controlled. 6 foot cord. (No. 10). SPARKLING WHITK PORCELAIN 2-QT COVERED SAUCE PAN (No. 35). 4-QT COVERED SAUCE POT (No. 36). 10-QT UTILITY PAIL (No. 38). ENAMELED DISHPAN (No. 37). Regular $8.95 Timex Watches Now — $ 4 Cartridge Type Grease Gun $295 Water Hose, 50 ft . 89* Front — all across floor Close Out on Some Kemtone Floor Mats, each .$495 Old South Latex Rubber Base PAINT, gallon $299 .. $295 Paints, gal... $149 - Qt. 49< Regular $3.95 Commode Lids, special - Regular $2.95 Khaki Pants, Special. Heavy Duty Extension Cord, 50 ft. $195 $149 Steve Owens Supply

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