The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 19, 1964 · Page 2
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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 19, 1964
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&%&g^™(ni'* S;«Bo4er Quail Choral Groups ii'i.'?, " .^--i-'i i i**t i & '^* ' •-. St» 9 Awici- Honors i • The Quail High School, FHA Chorus arid Bdbbotte Sextet went to Borger to participate in the junior division of the National Federation ,of JMusic dubs contests f March 14. 'Three Superior Eating cer- 39 on Honor Roll for 6 Weeks at WHS Thirty-nine Wellington high school students were named on the honor roll for the fourth six-weeks period', which ended recently, according to Principal E. W. Clement. • Three students were on the A roll; 31 on the A and, B roll; and 5 on the B roll. This list replaces one released 'by mistake last week: Seniors, A roll: Danny Martin; A and |B roll: Rose Montgomery, Patricia Bouchello, Cairo! Dlain, Michelle Smith, Lyndal Bowen, Nancy Crawley, Anne Henard, Gail Henard, Patsy McDanel, Vickie Killian, Ann Orr, Jane Orr, Patty Overton and Jennings Wells; B roll: Kent Holland'. •Juniors, A and B roll: Laquita Martin, Karen Richardson, Riie Schneider, Diane Brownlow, Horary Hurst, Anna Kay Kelso, Janyth Estes, Linda Karnes, Linda Sikes, Mark F;res, Beverly Singley and Aleta Owens; B roll: Betty Courtney, Phil Eughey and Jan Lindsey. 'Sophomores', A and B roll: Linda Richardson, Virginia Patterson, and Don Sweat; B roll: Kathy Davis. Freshmen, A roll: Henry Wells and Mike Smith; A and B roll: Jimmy Campbell, Patricia (Buford, Linda Moore and Ann Duncan. Miss Hill en UT Honor Roll .Frances Hill, a freshman in the'University of Texas, was named -on the honor roll cum laude of the College of Arts and Sciences for the first semester. 'She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Hill and was graduated from Wellington high school last June. , Of the 8,954 students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, 531 were named to the -honor roll. Students- making 39 or- more • grade (points were eligible.' (An' A counts 3 points per semester, a B is worth 2 points, and a C is 1. Standard course load is 15 semester hours.) > The honor roll was made public by Dean John Alton Burdine. tificates were awarded the group. The Bobbette Sextet,/Individual singing group, sang the following numbers for "which a Superior Rating was given: "God Bless Our (Land," and "It's a Grand Night for Singing." Member-, of the sextet are: alto, Sue Saunders and Lonette Neeley; soprano, ' Nancy Harris, Shirley Horton, Rosie Baker and Dianne Moseley; and Patricia Kimbro, accompanist. Quail High School FHA 'Chorus, entered two 'division® .for which Superior Ratings were received. This group sang "American folk songs event: "The Deaf Old Woman" and "LoMy- tudum"; foreign folk songs event: "Song of the Happy Heart," "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes" and "Woe Is Me." '••• •••.••••• ;••• ..; ' -:'^ ; • ; -; --. Members of this group ore Anna Bagget, Agatha Wright, Jackie De Pauw, Margie Kennedy, Judy Campbell, Neva Baker, Many Frank Cummings, Mark K. Conner, Mary Ann Lindsey, Linda Petersi, Janice Pitts, Sue Saunders, Shirley Horton, and accompanist, Patricia Kimibro. Mrs. Lowell Wells, instructor, and Mrs. Monty Mitchell, FHA teacher, accompanied the group to the Borger Music Festival. DOZIER NEWS By Mrs. ilex Coleman • Mrs. Roy Hoffman, and her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers of Wellington, attended' the funeral of thedr uncle, Thomas Westfall at Amarillo. He was a brother of OLol'lie and Delia West- faH. Mr®. Albert Montgomery is their stepmother. • Mm Sallie Neece of Mobeetie spent Friday night with the Phillips sisters and visited Mrs. James Throckmont|0n. . Mr. and Mrs. James Murry attended the funeral of a brother, Sherman Murry at Weatherford. Mack Murry visited his sister, Sonna Smith, in Fort Worth. • Mrs, James Throckmorton returned to Dallas to enter a hospital Sunday for a checkup. • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caperton are going on a rtjrip to New Orleans. • Mrs. Juda Bell of Quail is in the Groom Hospital. • Mr. and Mrs. Worth Shields, Mrs. Jennie Shields, and Mrs. C, H. Caperton attended the dedication of the Dodson Church of Christ Sunday. Oraibi, a Hopi Indian village in Arizona inliaibited uninterruptedly since 1540, is the oldest town in the United States. FOR A WINNING HAIR DESIGN Three former Collingsworth residents had a part in the recent hairdressing contests held by Amarillo Beauty College of Texas. First place winner Richard Welch, legt, is shown receiving congratulations from Dale Johns, winner of national hairdress- ing awards. His parents formerly lived here. Welch model was a school- made from Quail, Mrs. Dick Elbert, the former Betty Moseley. With them is the elaborate trophy Welch received. He is employed at Dale Johns' Hair Design in Amarillo. One Accident on Rural Roads for County The Texas Highway patrol investigated one accident on rural highways in Collingsworth county during the month of February, according to Sgt. J. W. Wilson, Highway Patrol supervisor of this area 1 . This wreck accounted for one person injured and an estimated property d'amage of $1,035. The rural traffic accident summary for this county for the first two months of 1964 shows a total of one accident, resulting in one person injured and an estimated property damage of $1,035. Here is the accident record in surrounding counties: •Childress: 6 accidents, no deaths or injuries, $2,900 property damage. Cottle: 2 accidents, 1 injury, $2,150 property damage. Donley: 11 accidents', 3 injuries, no deaths, $3,155 property damage. Gray: 18 accidents, 2 deaths. 17 injuries, $19,105 property damage. Haill: 3 accidents, 1 injury $1,125 (property damage. Hardeman: 2 accidents, no deaths or injuries, $200 property damage. Wheeler: 12 accidents; THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 19, 1964 Roberson to Insurance Meet HUNT—Lonnie G. Roberson of the Floyd Teutsch Insurance Agency was among the 100 outstanding Texas agents who attended the Annual Insurance Seminar for members of the Texas Association, of Independent Insurance Agents here at the Villa Camille Motel, March 15 to 18. The 3-day seminar was mainly concerned with insurance innovations, policy cover- ages and office management, all at the advanced level. The Texas Association of Independent Insurance Agents is one of the oldest and largest trade groups in Texas, and is the largest state association of independent fire, casualty and surety agent® in the nation The 66-year-old organization has a membership of over 12,200 agents and their associates. death, 6 injuries, $6,613 property damage. Chinese gold rush workers gathered jade at the diggings and shipped it to China, leav ing the gold to. the Americans. NEW CARS AND TRUCKS A. F. Knoll, Lutiie — Chevrolet pickup. Elmer Feemster, Wellington —Chevrolet pickup. Roscoe Land, Wellington Ford Fordor. Cudd Brothers, Wellington— Chevrolet sport coupe. James Doneghy, Wellington -Willys Scout R. H. Tyler, Wellington — hevroiet pickup. G. E. Rippetoe, Wellington-Chevrolet pickup. Zook Thomas, Wellington Chevrolet pickup. Luther Sullivan, Wellington —Chevrolet sedan. Ralph D. Owens, Wellington —Pontiac. C. E. Pitts, Wellington — Chevrolet pickup. Dan Henard, Wellington — Chevrolet pickup. WOMENPAST21 WITH BLADDER IRRITATION Alter 21, eonunon Kidnty *r Btaddw Irritations tffMt twice u many womm M m*n and mar maka you tansa and nanrou* from too frequant, burolnc or Itehint urination both day and nltht. Baoondarllr. you may low deep and suffer from Head' •chM, Backache and feel old, tired, d«- preised. In iuch Irritation, OYBTKX uauaUr brlnii (ait, relaxlnc comfort by eurblnc IrrlUtlnc cerme in itroni, acid urine and by analtealo pain relief, ael at druicUte. Ftel better fait Two Audition at Way land Two Quail girls (participated in the final try-outs for the National Future Homemakers of America Choir and Pianist, held at Wayland Baptist College, Plainview, March 7. Patricia Kimbro, Quail FHA chorus accompanist, was (placed as alternate for the National FHA pianist of Area I and will audition with other girls from over the state for the opportunity to go to the national convention. At Wayland she competed with five entries. She was asked tjo accompany the six finalists in the voice auditions. Shirley Horton was a finalist in the judging of the top six soprano entrants'. She previously had won first place in the northern division of Area I auditions at West Texas State University. A soprano, she will sing in the FHA Area Choir at Ama- riMo March 21. One of the judges at Wayland was Mrs. Maudelle Dukeminier Meredith, a former resident of Wellington. 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. What's so surprising about Oldsmobile's Jetslar 88? J\ Its price... lower than 30 models with low-price names! Its size...a big-car 123-inch wheelhase! Its performance... zestier 330-cu.-in. Jetfire Rocket V-8! SMsatiMil performance for everyday owner driving! ffffffW ,,^ ..... < KENDRICK OLDS COMPANY Wellington, Texas fcti AgOBB-fg* A «000 UttO CAM lOOt Ml THI ^VMUMATID" SMN AT YOU! OlDS OlALIt'll Announcing A Continuing policy of service to the people of the Wellington Area Since so many people have depended upon this firm for their Insurance and Abstracts for the past 40 years, and since they provide a vital protection to the individual, the family and the community, we wish to make an announcement concerning our future operations. The name of the firm will continue to be WELLS & WELLS, Abstracts and Insurance and will be a partnership between Calvin Hurst, Harold Watkins and Jack San ford with the other experienced employees, Dora E. Smith and Larlu Hays still here ready and eager to serve you. For several years prior to his passing, Morris Wells spent a considerable portion of his time in training each partner and each employee in one or more functions of the business and we are prepared to continue serving you promptly, efficiently and faithfully. The policy of the agency will be the same as it has been through the years with the welfare of the customer coming first, the Insurance firms second and our agency third. WELLS & WELLS was founded with an ideal of fair and faithful service and that will be our constant course in the future. It will be our aim to help each customer select the kinds of insurance that best suit his needs in his business activities and in his personal and family life, and to provide full protection for his property in a time of rising values. You will also find us equally as interested in assisting you in securing Prompt, Full and Fair Adjustment of your losses. We are Bonded Abstractors and you can depend upon the accuracy of our records and work as it pertains to the titles to your land and property. We are deeply grateful for fhe friendly co-operation and encouragement the people of the community have given us in the past. As we thank you for your confidence and patronage, we want each one of you to know that we will strive diligently to continue to deserve it by our service to you and our community. Wells & Wells Abstracts Calvin Hurst Harold Watkins Insurance Jack Sanford

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