Smart Collared for Spring This shaped and double buttoned coat of wool with low curved neckline is dressed up with a matching scarf tied to cowl inside. Available is a matching camisoled dress with a white cotton and silk twill over-blouse. Library Week Events Planned The City Federation of Clubs met in regular session Saturday, March 7 in the Memorial Room of the county library. Mrs. B. M. Sims, president, presided. Plans for future projects were discussed: The Federation voted to send Mrs, Sims to the district convention to be held in Borger on March 25 and 26. A committee composed of Mrs. R. H. Isbell, Mrs. C. T. Hubbard, Mrs. Chester Fires, Mrs. Bob Hightower, Mrs. L. E. Gribble, Mr®. Bob Stephenson and Miss Sara Jones was appointed to work on 1 plans for the Open House to be held at THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 12, 1964 Mrs. J.T.King Tells Excelsior Members of Trip to the Orient Mrs. J. T. King of Childress recounted her experiences' during two and >a half months in the Far East for members of Excelsior Club Thursday evening, March 5. -Mrs. Denver Powell was hostess and also program chairman. Mrs. King's son, Sidney E. Joiner, is a chief pilot with Japan Air Lines and has lived in that country 15 years. Her visitj to Tokyo was planned as one of two weeks, but shortly after her arrival, her daughter-in-law was called to the States due to the critical illness of a iparent. Mrs. King remained until after her return. the county library during National Library Week in April. The 1954 Study Club extended an invitation to all club members in the county to attend their 10th Anniversary Tea to be held in the community building Thursday, March 12 at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. E. H. Morris, district president of Federated Clubs will be the honored guest. Members present were Mrs. Sims, Mrs. John Henard, Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. Isbell, Miss Hattie D. Wells and -Miss Sara Jones. Mrs. Don Morton and son, Gary, of Alamogordo, N.M., are spending a week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wooldridge. Builders Class Holds Dinner Members of the Builders Sunday School Glass of First Baptist Church met Friday, March 6 for a covered dish luncheon, held at tjhe church dining room. Mrs. D. C. Powell was In charge and also gave the devotional on "Stewardship," and prayers 1 were by Mrs. J. G. Finley and Mrs. Theo Parker. Present were Mrs. J. F. Isaacs, Mrs. N. W. Murray, Mrs. L. A. Johnson. Mrs. D. F. Roberts, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. J. B. Trew, Mrs. E. W. Carter, Mrs. Finley, Mrs. Ruth Wyrick and Mrs. Lee Vaughan. Frances Hill in Kappa Alpha Theta Frances Hill of Wellington has recently been initiated into Alpha Theta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta at the University of Texas at Austin. Frances, a mathematics major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hill. Kappa Alpha Thetja is the oldest Greek letter fraternity known among women. It was founded at De Pauw University in 1870 and now has more than 50,000 members in the United States. During the period, she visited In Honig Kowg, Bangkok, and Formosa, in addition to Japan. Her talk for Excelsior members brought out the religion of these countries, their poverty and .their wealth. Colored slides illustrated her talk and she followed this with a question and answer period. A short business meeting followed tihe program. Refreshments were served to Miss Dorothy Robertson, Miss Edith Jackson, Mrs. Claude McKinney, Mrs. J. F. Michael, Mrs. Robert Barjenforuch, Mrs. E. P. Bartlett, Miss Marie Shadid, Miss Rose Shadlid, Miss Sara Jones, and these guests, Mrs. King and Mrs. J. K Williams of Childress, Mrs-. John Brown, Mrs. W. T. McAdams and Mrs. Luther Gribble, anc the hostess 1 . Couple Has 60th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lum Smith of Mantfum, formerly of Vinson, celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary Sunday with a dinner at their homo in Mangum. Their children attending were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith and Boone Smith of Vinson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Puckett of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. John Moffett of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hilly of Oklahoma City, also many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mrs. Puckett is the former Nell Smith; Mrs. Moffett was Mildred Smith; and Mrs. Hilly was Oneta Smith. WMU Observes Mission Week The Woman's Missionary Union of the Quail Baptist Church met at 9:00 each morning last week to observe .ttfie Home Mission Week of Prayer. The meetings were held in the church. Themes for each day were: Monday, "We Proclaim Christ"; Tuesday, "We Proclaim Life"; Wednesday, "We Proclaim Liberty"; Thursday, "We Proclaim Love"; and Friday, "We Proclaim Victory." Young Homemakers Study Hair Styles The Wellington Chapter of the Young Homemakers of America met in the homemaking department of Wellington high school Wednesday, March 4. Mrs. Doug Scale gave a demonstration on hair styling. Mrs. Doug Barker and Mrs. Billy Britton, the hostesses, seized refreshments to Mrs. BiMy Moseley, Mrs. Dee Coleman, Mrs. Bobby Langford, and Mrs. Seale. 49; lots 1 thru 24.- block 48; lots 1 thru 13 and 18 thru 22, block 64; lots 1 thru 10, lot 12, and lots 20 thru 24, block 48, all in Dodson. James R. (Bob) Bowen Sr., and wife to Troy Gene Thoma- son—'tyvo acres out of SW/4 section 2, iblock 15, and the SW/4 section 2, block 15. Jettie Mae Hill to Winnie Mae White and husband—NW/4 section 41, block 10, and SW/4 section 60, block 10. Cemetery deed: Quail Cemetery Association to (Louis Allred—section D, lot 3, section 51, iblock 21. Quitclaim deed: R. H. Burquist to Oleta jBurquist—9.85 acres out of the NW/4 section 82, block 14. Friendship Club Installs Officers The Quail Friendship Club celebrated Its fourteenth anniversary Thursday, March 5. Mrs. Bill Clay and Mrs. M. T. White were co-hostesses. The following new officers were installed: Mrs. Ray Godbey, president; Mrs. Tom Wilson, vice president; Mrs. Jack Morgan, secretary; Mrs. Ira Morgan, treasurer; Mrs. Monty Mitchell, parliamentarian; and Mrs. John Bishop, reporter. In the brief business session, Mm Godbey, the new president, heard the reports of the committee chairmen. During the social hour Secret Pal gifts were exchanged and names 1 drawn for another year. Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore of Amarillo spent the past week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wade and Mr. (and Mrs. Leslie Moore. Visiting with Mr. .and Mrs. A. Y. Bell during the week emi were their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Newton Grain and Mrs. (Bill Frost of Canyon. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs*. Eddie Slay and son. Others visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bell last week were their nephew and niece, Mr. anc Mrs. Earl Hodges of Throckmorton. Week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olan Lowe and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lowe were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Squyres and two daughters, Shelia and Jean, of Oklahoma City. Harold Pigs, Lynn and Mary Graham, all student* at North Texas State Universt-' ,y, Denton, spent the past week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Pigg, Mr. and Mri*, 31enn McLain, and Mr. and VIrs. Grover Graham Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hutchx inson returned home Friday; from Dallas, -where Mrs. Htrt£h- inson has been receiving medt-' cal treatment. They left again Monday morning for Groont where Mrs. Hutchinson will enter a hospital. Mrs. A. L. Robinson was irt Amarillo Saturday and Sunday to visit her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown and Rhonda Ann. The Browns came! home with Mrs. Robinson and) spent the clay with Mr. and Mrs. Robinson. They also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Brown, Sr. _____ i- Mr. and Mrs. Frances Roberts and Mrs. J. A. Lowe spenti Sunday in Lubbock with theiff daughter and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Marchant. Mrs. Lowe also visited a sister- in-law, Mrs. Susie E. King amdl two nieces, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smarti and their granddaughters, Cindy and Debbie Rogers of Pampa were here during the week end to visit in the homes of relatives, Mrs. Lee Vaughan, Mrs. S. 1 L. Lindsey and Mr. andl Mrs. D. F. Roberts, USUAL! BUSINESS Special M-M-M on Cannon Towels 18 x 40 inches 29* Each Merritt Motor Oil Pure Paraffin Base 24 qt. case $456 or 19 C qt AMMONIA SULPHATE 50 Ib. bag - $189 For lawns and flowers We furnish you an applicator WANDA Gun Grease 5 Pounds — TRY OUR DELICIOUS - GOLDEN BROWN BROASTED CHICKEN BATTERIES 12 volt - $1095 exchange 6 volt - $795 exchange FORD TRACTOR Hydraulic Gear Oil 5 Gallons - Try our tasty Golden Brown Breasted Chicken cooked through and through in only 7 minutes. 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