The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 12, 1964 · Page 4
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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 12, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 12, 1964 Mary Shields of Samnorwood Elected President of Knapp Hall at Tech Mary Shields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shields of Samnorwood, has been elected president of Knaplp. Hall at Texas Techiological College. She was chosen from itjhe 300 girls living in the hall. In this capacity, Miss Shields is a member of the Tech Board of Student Organizations. Recently, she and other members of the board went on a retreat, sponsored by the deans of men and women and department heads of the college, and held at Bishop's Lodge, Santa Fe, N.M., early itjhis month. "Each representative was placed an a discussion group consisting of about 16 ipeotple. In these general discussion groups, each discussed or brought up the proiblems, and good and bad aspects of his or- ganization. The rest of the delegates heilpcd in the discussion and plans for betterment of each organization," Mary has explained. In other meetings, .the students were divided according to their interests. A guest speaker was Dr. Formby, a graduate of Tech and a business and civic leader. He discussed with the students qualities of good leadership and suggested ways to keep organizations from coming to a standstill. The students toured downtown Santa Fe and met actor Vincent Price. Sunday they attended church services in Santa Fe. Miss Shields graduated from Samnorwood high school in 1 the spring, and is a freshman at Tech. Mrs. Billy Barrels *"••.-...'• *•-'•' -Wellington -Studio Photo Clariece Wheeler and Billy Sarrels Exchange Vows in Ceremony Sat. Wedding vows were spoken !by Miss .Clatriece Wheeler and Billy Sarrels of Childress at eight o'clock Saturday evening, March 7, in the Bowie 'Street Church of Christ. Minister John Gay of Childress, a former pa&- tor of the church here, officiated. The "bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wheeler, while the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Sarrels of Childress. An arch covered with lemon leaves was at the center of tbe altar, and at each side were branched candelabras ihold- ing lighted tapers and baskets of white lilies. Club Committee Chairmen Meet On March B Mrs. Mack Bush was hostess in her new home to 'Special committee chairmen of the 1924 Study Club. Theme for the day was Home Demonstration Council Sets Three Special Events for Spring The Home Demonstration I foods -nutrition specialist and, council met Monday, March 9, home management specialist "Feminine Focus on Fashions and Finance." Mrs. J. B. King directed the "Style Show Roundup," Members present made up the round taible discussion. The slate of officers for 19641966 was announced. Presented were the following: President, Mrs. Edward White; first vice president, Mrs 1 , J. R. Ross; second vice president, Mrs. Don Beck; corresponding secretary, Mrs. R. R. Crawley; recording secretary, Mrs. D. F. Cook; treasurer, Mrs. Chester Fires; parliamentarian, Mrs. Edward Bawcom; reporter, Mrs. B. M. Sims 1 ; Federation counselor, Mrs. Jack Moreman. '' Concerning the Top of Texas District convention, business by the executive committee includ- Miss Shirley Horton of Quail was the vocalist. Mr. Wheeler gave his daughter in marriage. Her wedding gown was of lace and tulle over satin. Sequins accented the neckline and short sleeves of the fitted ibod- ice. ILace gloves were elbow length. The bouffant skirt was of tulle ruffles edged with lace, and extending into a chapel train. Her waist length tulle veil was edged in lace and attached to a crown of sequins and^ pearl's, and she carried a bouquet of pink feathered carnations. Miss Laura Faye Wheeler was her sister's maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Betty Jo Barrels of Childress, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Benny McDanel. They wore pink polished cotton dresses, made with matching lace jackets, short sleeves and full skirts*. They carried bouquets of pink flowers. Bruce Patterson of Childress was the best man, and ushers were Eddie Wheeler, brother of the Ibride, and Elan Gage of Ohildress. Linda Coffee was the flower girl and .Qarell Forehand the ring bearer. •Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler were hosts at a recaption in the recreation room of the parsonage. Miss Laura Faye Wheeler and Miss Betty Barrels served the guests. As the couple' left on ttheir wedding trip, .the bride wore a pink linen suit. Upon returning the couple .will foe at home in Ohildress. The toide was a sophomore in Quail high school, where she was a member of the Chorus and of the basketball team. A graduate of Childress high with Mrs. Carl Crosnoe presiding, and Mrs. Emriit Kersten giving the opening iprayer. Two meetings were set during the business session. . There will be. a leaders training meeting Wednesday, March 18 at 2 p.m. on color and style for individuals. An all-day meeting will be held April 16, conducted by a DKG Meets at Childress Gamma Kappa Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met Saturday, March 7 at 2 p.m. in the Women's Department Club House, Childress. ~" "Political Patterns—A Political Roll Call" was presented by Mrs. Brometta Morris and •Mrs<; Audrey Tribble of Mem- iphis as a part of the program theme for the year, "Changing Patterns in Our Culture." Mrs. Marjorie (Bain of Turkey discussed parts of the Constitution. Mrs. Velma Weaver of Clarendon led the members in group singing. Miss Inez Blankenship of Clarendon was accompanist. Mrs. Rufus Sweat of Wellington, chapter president, conducted the business meeting. Going from here were Mrs. Sweat and Mrs. Charley Hill. The April meeting will be in Clarendon in the home of Miss Edgar Mae Mongole. Retired teachers and future teachers wil-1 be guests. The program will be a book review by Mrs. Marjorie Bain- of Turkey. Two $50 grants-in-aid will be awarded senior girls who plan a teaching career. Luncheon Honors New Officers from the Extension Service, College Station.- The style show and tea for Home Demonstration Club women and 4-H iClub girls will be held Friday, May 1. The participants may model garments they have either made or bought, along with the accessories for each garment. Also during the business session, 'the budget for 1964 was read. In the recreation period that followed, Mrst. Bflly jBrewster told the story of Paul Revere's ride. Miss Wilkerson to Wed Soon Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Wilkerson are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patsy, to K. V. Willard of Amarillo, son of Mr. and Mrs K. V. Willard Sr. of Wheeler. The wedding is being planned for early spring. Leaders Training Session Planned The leaders' training for Collingsworth county is to be Wednesday, March 18 at 2:00 p.m. in the county home demonstration agent's office in the courthouse, Wellington. The training is to be on "Color and Style for the Individual," according to Mrs. Kathryn Bar- jenibruch, agent. This is for all home demonstration clubs and any other interested club or individual. It is to help with getting ready for and making plans of the club members, for the style shew to be held later in the spring. Color for the individual in relation to style, texture and color of material will (be dis- The Five Top Beauties These five were chosen the most beautiful among the more than 60 girls participating in the Miss Welling contest Saturday night, March 7. From them, Jan Glenn, representing the Wellington State Bank, was selected Miss Wellington, and the runner up was Jane Orr, at back left, representing the FFA chapter. The other three are Karen Childress, representing City Grocery, standing at right; Sandy Owens, front left, representing Jerry's Studio; and Carolyn Christian, representing Cudd Brothers, at right. Check Social • Security; Status Hail Geldbn, district manager of the Amarillo Social Security office asks: "Are you planning to retire son? 'Do ,you keep putting off inquiring about your social security status? If so, do you know what documents will be needed to apply? Don't depend on your neighbor's recollection of what he was asked for—his situation may not apply to you." Resolve today to prepare for your eventual retirement and inquire before you retire. Generally, you will need the following: 1. Proof of your age. 2. Evidence of earnings — if you work for wages, your Form W-2, withholding tax statement for the year before you apply; if you have your own business, a copy of your complete Federal income Ijax return for the ipast year and the cancelled check showing payment of the social security tax will be needed. 3. If your wife is applying at the same time, she will need proof of her age. Plan to make application at least 60 days before your actual retirement. If you have any doubts about .getting the proofs you will need, your social security representative can help you resole these well ahead of the time your first check is due. OILFIELD SALT WATER DISPOSAL CURBED Texas Water Pollution Control 1 Board agreed, after three public hearings, to outlaw the use of unlined surface pits for disposal of oilfield salt water in eight South Plains counties. Oil and gas operators were given until Sept. 1 to make other arrangements for disposal of their brine. Water-risers in the area, which contains the greatest irrigation section in Texas, had complained that the oilfield salt water was seeping into the fresh water strata known as the Ogallala formation. Covered by the no-pit order are Bailey, Cochran, Dawson, Hate, Hockley, Lynn, Swisher and Terry counties. FHA Hears of Red Cross Velman Warrick and Charles Floyd were guest speakers at the monthly meeting of Wellington Future Farmers chapter Monday night, March 9. Sgt. t Mrs. Leach Here from Glasgow AFB, Montana T/Sgt. and Mrs. Jim Leach of Glasgow Air Force Base in Montana are hero -visiting her mother, Mrs. A. T. Lentz, and other relatives, including Mr. Warrick, owner of Warrick and Mrs. Cecil Shanks and Mr. ed .selection of delegate and alternate, report on teacher of the year folder, leadership development folder, and district officer nominee. Dinner Honors Miss Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Louis Patjter- son honored their daughter, Virginia, with a dinner on her sixteenth birthday Wednesday, March 4. The event was held in their home north of Dodson. A "Sweet 16" theme was carried out in the table decorations, using pink «nd white color schemes'. Attending were Miss Marsha Elbert, Miss Pam Marchant, Miss Nancy Sanford, Miss Leslie Covey, Miss Jackie Barton, Miss Sandra Carter, Miss Linda Richardson, and Miss Patterson. school, the bridegroom was a member of the Bobcat) football team. He is employed by Montgomery Ward in Ohildress. WMU Holds Mission Study The Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met in circles -Monday and Tuesday, March 9 and 10. The Jaxie Short 'Circle met with Mrs. Howard Riggs for mission study. Mrs. C. T. Hubbard taught the lesson and Mrs. D. C. Powell read the calendar of prayer. Who's New -— in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Lee Porter are the parents of a son, Anthony Wade, born March 4 in St. Joseph's Hospital. His weight was four pounds and six ounces. • The Marilois Kirksey circle met in the home of Mrs. Ocie Scott with Mrs. Ernest Maxwell teaching the mission lesson. Mrs. Scott read the calendar of prayer. • The Rutth Roole Circle met in the home of Mrs. Coy Vaiughan with Mrs. Silas Crawford teaching the mission lesson. Mrs. R. L. Porter read the calendar of iprayer. • Mrs. Olan ILowe was hostess to the Margaret Martin Circle. Mrs. J. C. Whisenant had charge of the mission study and Mrs. Lowe read the calendar of prayer. • Mrs. Oscar Peoples was hostess to the Dellana O'jBrian Circle at) the church. Mrs. Claude Groves taught the lesson and Mrs. Rolan Bryan read the calendar of prayer. The Wellington Garden Club cussed, honored their new officers at a salad luncheon Wednesday, March 4 in the Greenbelt Electric Co-op club room. Mrs. Woody Wood 'and Mrs. Ernest Harwell were co-hostesses. Those honored were Mrs. I/. E. Grabble, president; Mrs. Chester Fires, vice president; Mrs. C. E. Rillingsworth, second vice president; Mrs. Chas. Slay, secretary; Mrs. Bill Tarter, treasurer; Mrs. 0. B. Raburn, reporter; Mrs. J. C. Whisenant, historian; Mrs. Robert Barjenlbruch, parliamentarian. Others attending were Mrs. Ray Clubb, Mrs. Nell Cook, Mrs. J. M. Stowell, Mrs. Dick Sweat, Mrs. John Henardi, Mrs. Joe Thompson, Mrs. Earl Epps and the hostesses. Mrs. Barjenlbruch gave the program on "Modern Roses on Parade." 4-H Leaders to Meet March 13 Collingsworth county adult 4-H Club leaders will meet on Friday, March 13 at 2 p.m. in the county home demon stra- I tor's office in the courthouse in Wellington. The purpose of the meeting is to give training and make plans for the coming 4-H contests. This is an important meeting, as the leaders need to be prepared with the material and information for the contests and the dlirection of the club members, according to Mrs. Kathryn Barjenlbrach, home demonstration agent). fie/a Club Hears Reports Wellington high school Beta 1 Club members, meeting March 2, heard reports by those attending the state Beta convention in Dallas earlier this year, then took new members into the club. On the program were Anne Henarcl, Patty Overton, Gail Henard, Vicki Killian, Beverly Singley, and tlhe sponsor, Mrs. Bernice Welch. Plans were made for the formal initiation of new 'members, to be held at the next meeting. Parents will attend and a salad supper will be held. Sweats to Baylor Song Festival Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Sweat and son, Don Paul, will attend the annual Baylor University Song Festival in Waco during the week end. En route home they will visit her sister, Mrs. Possum Lowry at Hico, who recently underwent surgery, and in Irving with their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lowrie and family. Feed Store, showed a film, "Meat on the Move." Floyd, who now attends Clarendon Junior College, told of that school's Future Farmer program. Durin'g the business session the FFA members set? the date of the spring rodeo as April 24 and 25. FFA Hears Two Guest Speakers By Gail Henard March 9, 1964 at 4:00 p.m. the Future Homemakers of America met in the auditorium. The area meeting at Amarillo was discussed. It is to be held on March 21. Plans were also discussed for the Potluck supper to be 'held for our parents on April 6. Then Earl Hunter spoke to us about helping the Red Cross. This will be a chance for the Future Homemakers of America to be of service to their community and country.' It seemed that the girls were all in favor of helping on the Red Cross Drive. Refreshments were served by: Becky Brewer, Linda Karnes and Vickie Bergvail, to the advisor Mrs. Dee iColeman and three mothers, 'Mrs. David Peters, Mrs. Wayne Oudd and Mr®. Jimmy Kelso. The members served were: Gail Henard, Mildred Lewis, Mitzie Hartman, Charlotte Giblbs, Patricia Bouchelle, Cathy Oummings, Linda McClendon, La Juanda Peters, Judy Millsap, Kay Chandler, Vickie Mayhugh, Regina Ferguson, Davela Edens, Linda Moore, Ann Duncan, Peggie Crawford, Carolyn Christian, Pat Wilson, Janie Jones, Vicki Killian, Jan Lindsey, 'Linda Richardson, Karen Ohildress, Marsha Tyler, Anna Kay Kelso. and Mrs. Jake Leach. They will leave Thursday for Lubbock to visit his mother, Mrs. W. E. ILeach. Leach is assigned to administrative work in the medical corps. Mi-, and Mrs. C. 0. Wilkerson and Billy spent Sunday in Amarillo with their daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Em-is Phipps and two children, Jim and Jan. Miss Patsy Wilkerson returned 1 home with her parents after visiting in Wheeler and Amarillo. Band to Hold Bake Sale Serf. The Wellington high school band will hold a bake sale Saturday, March 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be three stands, one in front of The Toggery, another in front of Hatch Dry Goods and the third at Parsons Drug. Proceeds from the sale will go into the fund to finance the band trip at the end of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lacy and Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Lacy were in Austin this past week end to attend the State basketball tournament. DON'T GET UP NIGHTS It takes just 390 and 12 hours to start relief—or your money back at any drug store. When .functional kidney disorders cause getting up nights, scanty flow, burning, backache, leg pains, dizziness—use easy-to- take BUKETS 4-day treatment. Acts fast to increase and regulate passage. NOW at. PARSONS DRUG. DR. JACK L. ROSE OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses Closed Saturday Afternoons 505 Main MEMPHIS Phone 259-2216 Wear last year's clothes in the Easter Parade LIKE NEW Mrs. Chet Gibbs and Mrs. David Robinson of Irving have been visiting in the home of Mrs. Gibbs 1 mother and sister, Mrs. J. A. Leach and Miss Inez Leach, Mrs. Robinson also visited Dr. and Mrs. J. Frank Johnson. Rhode Island would fit into Texas 220 times. CARE For Those You Love Thomas Nursing Home 1200 Fifteenth St. Wellington, Texas Hove your Clothes Dry Cleaned this week and get ahead of the Easter rush. HATS CLEANED & V. P. Robertson TAILOR SHOP Phone 447-2353 for Pickup and Delivery

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