The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 12, 1964 · Page 7
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March 12, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

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Thursday, March 12, 1964
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March 25 Quail Reunion Deadline Quail ex-students who will attend the annual -banquet and reunion will have until Wednesday, Maz-ch 25 to make reservations, they were reminded this week. The reservations should be sent to the Quail school, and the charge is $2.00 (per person. The annual reunion will be Saturday night, March 28. AH former students and their husbands or wives, former teachers and school boai-d members and' their husbands or •wives, are eligible to attend. Ritz Theatre Open Sunday — 1:45 p. m. Saturday — 1:15 p. m. Mon. Thru Fri.—6:30 p.m. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. G. A. J Here comes i the bride < • ...and •the • hillbilly I ! weddirf! I NEWS OF MEN IN SERVICE SOUTHWESTERN TAIWAN —Marine Private First Class John H. Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. (Barton of Wellington, is participating with Headquarters and Service Battalion of the Third Marine Division in a coordinated U.S.- Nationalist Chinese amphibious exercise called "Operation Backpack" being conducted off the coast of Taiwan. Backpack is an exercise to test the amphibious capabilities and readiness of the forces of the Seventh Fleet and the Nationalist Chinese Navy. The exercise, with 40,000 men and 140 units participating, will culminate in an amphibious assault on Reaches of southern Taiwan, and Avill demonstrate the effectiveness of t.he U. S. Seventh Fleet to rapidly move a significant combat force to a. troubled area in order to assist an ally. Prior to the assault, aircraft of the Seventh Fleet will soften beach defenses. In addition, support ships will conduct antisubmarine warfare exercises and the area surrounding the beachhead will be cleared of any obstructions and mines. "Backpack" is similar to those exercises conducted' periodically by units of the Seven- the Fleet with SEATO and other allied nations' in the Far East to improve their proficiency in coordinated amphibious warfare operations and to maintain working relationships with allied nations. "PANAVISION* * D METROCOLOR also FLASH! FIGHT PICTURES! COMPLETE Round-by-Round SONNY GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba. •W. Minatrea, Jr. aviation machinists mate first; class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Minatrea, Wellington, recently reported for duty at the Naval Air Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The station is part of the Guantanamo Bay naval complex that includes the Fleat Training Group which (provides training facilities and support for Atlantic Fleet units operating in the area. CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. —Marine Private First Class Charles G. Nevels, son of Mr. and Mrs, George W. Nevels of Wellington, completed a basic infantry weapons repair course Fe'b. 7 at the First Marine Division's Schools Center, Camp Pendleton, Calif. He studied the operation, functions and methods of repair of infantry weapons used by the division. The course also included studies in weapon maintenance and supply administrative procedures necessary in the operation of unit armories. DYESS AFB, Tex.—Jimmie L. Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron H. Simpson of lit. 1, Mobeetie, has been promoted to airman second class in the United States Air Force. Airman Simpson, an aircraft structural repairman, is assigned to the 516th Field Maintenance Squadron here. The airman is a graduate of Mobeetie high school. His wife, Nancy Carol, is the daughter of E. A. Turnbow of Shamrock. RELAY TROPHIES The Skyrocket track team placed first in the McLean Tiger Relays Saturday, March 7, with 181 points, more than double that of the runner up, White Deer, with 89 5/6. Here Coach Don Beck, kneeling, holds the team trophy. Standing are the Rockets who were the three high individuals in the meet, each holding an individual trophy. From left are Gary White, third high man in the meet; Bryan Hatch, second high; and Kenneth Patterson, high point individual participating. Texas Agricultural Progress Shown in Magazine COLLEGE STATION.— The recent issue of "Texas Agricultural Progress", a magazine published at Texas A&M University, features several ai'ti- cles of interest to Texans. "Man Made Luck" is a story about a retired Lufkin lumberman who launched a 1 second career 'by opening a post treating plant. Another, entitled, THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 12, 1964 "Brush — A Profit-Robber on Texas Ilangelands," gives the latest research developments on this problem. Regular features in the magazine include "Agricultural Research in Texas," "It Pays to Know the Business and Human Side of Agriculture," and "Research on the March." The magazine, "Texas Agricultural Progress," is designed to keep readers up-to-date on research affecting Texas agriculture. Single copies may be obtained by writing to the Agricultural Information Office, College Station, Texas. WEED KILLERS POTENT It is estimated that one gallon of some weed killers will destroy more weeds in one application than seven men working with hoes for seven years. CASSIUS 1 CLAY WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT^ CHAMPIONSHIP! i 'SEE THE HIGHLIGHTS IN SLOW MOTION I Released by 20th CENTURY-FOX ' Sun.-Mon.-Tues. JERRY LEWIS "WHOS MINDING INESIQK? ju$r.Joni PREVIEW Fri. 13th Time: 10:45 p. m. Adm. 70c ALL NEW! fiowawww— ™~ - i IWSA Need a New One? RAY JOHN AGNES ILSIONICGIR'MOOREBO f!WK MSUI H mi Ml) i mum im MO* • • nnwwt must FRANKENSTEIN ~* BLOOD of DRACULA , WILL GIVE YOU ; NIGHTMARES FOREVER > . - ; M tNCIICU INTUUTIOIUl FICTVU IHtT HAL) IU tAI 3 TIMES THEIR BODY WEIGH1 EACH DAY...OR STARVE! Wed., Mar. 18th Bargain Nite 'JOHN WAYNE THE SHREW9 Ritz Theatre Financing that new car, pickup or truck is no problem with our low cost auto loan rates. You can buy your insurance from your regular insurance agent. If you are thinking of buying a new car, come in today and discuss your loan needs with us. City State Bank In Wellington Over 50 Years of Dependable Banking Service ... FOR Friday and Saturday Cudohys Bar-S Safe Bar-S Wieners 49$ Pound Virginia Reel SAUSAGE 2 Pounds — '1.75 BAR-S One Pound BACON 53$ Kimbell's OLEO 3 for 49? SUGAR 5 Pounds — 594 AVOCADOS Each YAMS 27* •* Ike «• m 3 IBs. — RED POTATOES 10 Lbs. Borden's Ice Cream V 2 Gallon 69* Garden's Chocolate Milk and Chip and Dip Sampled Saturday CARNATION Tall Size MILK 2 for 29$ Peter Pan CHILI 3for- 89* Derby TAMALES 3 for- Red Dart Cut GREEN BEANS 303 Size 3'"39* Libby's Yellow — Cream Style or Whole Kernel CORN 3for57« We Deliver Dial 447-2561 We Give S & H Green Stamps Raymond Patron Luther Sullivan

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