The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 12, 1964 · Page 9
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 9

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 12, 1964
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Tfcrcc High Men Rockets Take First McLean Relays Sat. Wellington's track team literally ran off with victory in the first annual McLean Tiger Belays Saturday, March 7. The Skyrockets totaled 18iy 2 points, while second 'place went, to White Deer with 89-5/6 points. Wellington won six of the 14 first places outright and placed well in almost every other event, according to Coach Don Demand Ups Area Price of Guar Beans With guaT beans in short supply for industrial processing needs, General Mill's announces an area price boost of 50?! per cwt. for domestic guar beans from the Texas-Oklahoma area 1964 crop production for (processing needs at Kenedy, Texas processing plant. Singley Mill and Elevator is the local buyer for guar beans for General Mills. For area farmers, this price boost reflects a $4 to $5 per acre increase for additional guar "cash-crop" income over 1963 guar crop market price, for profitable summer legume crop rotation system® important in soil fertility programs and economic farm practices. The adaptable area for domestic guar bean production extends from the Rio Grande Valley of Texas through southwestern Oklahoma—west of the normal 35-inch rainfall line. General Mills guar processing plant, established since 1952 at Kenedy offers a continuing market for domestic guar bean production. In its long-standing program for expanded acreage in more widespread areas, .General Mills establishes local guar buying agents to purchase the beans from the farmers at the f.o.b. local market price in new areas where guar acreage warrants such interest, through cooperation of local marketing and shipping facilities. Beck. All first place times, distances and heights were records with this being 1 the first meet. The three high point men in the meet also were Skyrockets, with Kenneth Patterson first with 26 points; Bryan Hatch second with 25 and Gary White third with 18. Here are the winnings: 440-yard relay, second, Wellington, team members Jackie Duncan, Ronnie Hurst, Gary White and Wayne Barton. Two mile relay: first, Wellington, team members, Lynn Wolf, Dwayne Poteet, Adam Garcia and Tommy Yarbrough. 100 yard dash: third, Bryan Hatch of Wellington. 120 yard high hurdles: first, Bryan Hatch; second, Danny Martin. Spring medley relay: first, Wellington, team members Jackie Duncan, Gary White, Wayne Barton and Olan Moore. 180 yard low hurdles: first, Hatch; third, Martin. 880 yard relay: fourth, Wellington, team members, Ronnie Hurst, Kenneth Patterson,.Chester MtiLain and George Leathers. Mile run: fifth, Lynn Wolf. Mite relay: first, Wellington, team members, White, Ray Floyd, Patterson and Moore. Shot put: first, Joe Rudy, distance 42'8"; fifth, Skippy Duncam; sixth, McLain. Discus: second, McLain; third Rudy. High jump: third, Patterson. Pole vault: second, Gary Bergvall; third, Patterson; fourth, Wayne Barton; sixth, Jackie Needham. Broad jumip: second, Kenneth Patterson; fifth, Gary White. January Bond Sales $1,950 Savings Bond sales in ^Collingsworth county totaled $1950 during January 1964, according to John Forbis, chairman of the county savings bonds committee. 1.7% of the yearly sales goal has been achieved. MAIL ORDER BRIDE At the Ritz Theatre Thurs., Fri. and Sat. Keir Dullea and Buddy Ebsen shoot it out with cattle thieves in a scene from "Mail Order Bride,", new outdoor drama of the 1890 West. Lois Nettleton and Warren Gates also star in the comedy-drama of an ex-lawman who attempts to tame a hellion by forcing him to marry a girl he has found through a mail order catalogue. The picture was filmed in the High Sierras in Panavision and color. Yinson Alumni Banquet-Reunion Set March 28 The 33rd annual alumni banquet, sponsored by th« Vinson Alumni Association, will be held at the Vinson high school gymnasium Saturday, March 28 at 7 p.m. A mixer will be held following the banquet. Officers- this year are Kent pence of Hollis, president; LaRue Davidson, vice president, and Sharon Logan, secretary. Many Dairy Cows Bred Artificially During 1962, 41.1% of the nation's total dairy cows and heifers two years old and older were bred artificially. Eight states reported 50% or more of their cows artificially bred while Texas bred only about 12% of its dairy cows by this means. Vinson News • Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Skaggs had their daughter and 'grandson, Mrs. Charlie Jones and Porter Dean of Tecumseh, Ok) a. visiting them several days. • Mr. and Mrs. Ray James of Eldora'dlo spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Overton. They attended the district ball tournament at Mangum Saturday night• A shower was given Saturday at the home economics building iu honor of Leona Overton Sherrill and husband, Bill Sherrill. The couple is living in Amarillo where. he is employed. Mrs. Sherrill is a senior in high school and will gradfuate this spring. Mr. Sherrill graduated last year and has had six months training in the armed forces. • Mrs. Sharon Logan and son, Stevie, of Amarillo, visited relatives here this past week. • Community quiftings have been resumed this winter. Most recent one was at Mrs. Emory Davidson's. The next meeting will be for Mrs. W. H. Overton and Mrs. F. Overton at Mrs. Forrest Overton's home. A covered dish luncheon is enjoyed at those affairs. • J. T. Brlscoe returned home with his son, Clifford Briscoe of Wichita Falls Sunday. He was admitted to the clinic on Monday and will remain there until; Saturday. • -Mrs. Clinton of Graham, sister of Mrs. IBriscoe, is visiting her this month. • Week end guests of Mr. and Mrsi. Casey were Mr. and Mrs. Whit Casey and children of Oklahoma City. • Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reader and son of Erick visited with Mrs. Kenneth Kromer and sons Sunday. • Kenneth Kromer, who has ibeen seriously ill with a heart attack the past 10 days, is improved and Is now at the home of his sister, Mrs. Buddy Yarbrough and Mr. Yarbrough in Wellington. • Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Davenport of Enid visited a while Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burnett. They were en THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 12, 1964 route to Amarillo to visit with Mrs. George Curb and to see Mr. Curb, who is in the hos- ptal with a heart condition. • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunson returned home to Alama- gordo, N.M., Monday after visiting relatives here and also her mother, Mrs. McCain in Mangum. • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith of Spearman visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Kromer at the hospital in Wellington. They also came to Vinson to visit his brother for a day. • The annual Vinson school stock sihow was held Tuesday afternoon at the school .bus grounds. Many fine sheep and hogs were shown, also thr)3e fine registered calves. • The Alumni Association of Vinson high school will observe the 33rd annual banquet in the gym Saturday, March 28. Officers are: president, Kent Pence; vice president, LaRue Davidson; secretary, Sharon Logan. The ibanquet will be catered by Undeirwoods. • Mr. Mosfcy. school super- intendent, is recovering from an accident, in which his oar : overturned a few weeks ago. He is on duty again but limps from the accident. » Mrs. Michelson, home economics teacher in Vinson high school, was called to Dallas the past week clue to the death of her brother. • The Rev, and Mrs. Bill Brewer, pastor of the First Baptist Church at Vinson and his wife, attended a board meeting in Mangum Sunday afternoon. • Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Myers returned recently from a two-months visit In South Texas with a daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Brown, Kathie and Karen, also a sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dayton, and nieces, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weatherford and Mr. and Mrs. Al Rexrode, Christie Lea and Stevie. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Myers, Sud*i, Bubba, Mike and Mark, at Edna. Mrs. W. W. Monroe remained .in the Rio Grande Valley for the spring months. 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