The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 19, 1964 · Page 3
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 19, 1964
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The children of W. B. Wilson lonored him on his 87th birth- ay Sunday, March .15 in the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Woodow Wilson in the Lillie com- nunity. A buffet dinner was served it noon and the afternoon was pent vdsifying. Children present were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, and Hr. and Mrs. ONie Wilson of Wellington; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mercer of Littlefield; Mr. and VIrs. R. V. Wilson of Borger, and Mr. and' Mrs. Bill Oldham if Midland. One daughter, Mrs 1 . Hugh Bledsoe, who lives in Germany, and a son, Wade Wiilson of 3orger, were not present. Other .relatives present were randchildi-en, nieces and nephews, including Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Wiilson and Mrs. jBart 'ox of Maytpearl; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Daniels of Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. Preston -Photo 'by Associated Color Miss Mary Jane Wittoolder * * * Engagement of Miss Witholder to Doug Handley Announced at El Paso Mrs. Alfred H. Witholder, of 1409 Montana Ave., El Paso, is announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Mary Jane to Douglas Handley of El Paso, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Felix Handley of Wellington. The bride-to-be is the daughter of the late Mr. WithoMer. The couple will be married June 11 in First Presbyterian Miss Jones Has Excelsior Club The Excelsior Oluib was entertained in the ihome of Miss Sara Jones Thursday, March 12. Miss Rose Shadid conducted the business meeting. The program consisted 1 of a round table discussion on Latm American affairs'. A dessert plate was served to Mrs. J. F. Michael, Mrs. Esdel Bartlett, Mrs. D. C. Powell, Mrs.. Claude McKinney, Miss Rose Shadid, Miss Marie Shadid, Miss Edith Jackson, and two guests. Mrs. IL. E. Gribble and Mrs. Bob Jonest hurch of El Paso. The Ibride-elect is a graduate of El Paso high school where she was a member of Who's carried out in the refreshments, ma Kappa Phi and Regit Tri- Hi-Y. She received a B.A. de- ree in physical education from Texas Western College, where she was secretary of Chi Omega sorority. She is employed by the El Paso public schools. The future bridegroom is a graduate of Southwestera State College, Weatherford, Okla. and received an M.A. degree from West Texas State University, Canyon. He also is employed by the El Paso public schools. Mrs. McDowell Here with Mother Mrs. Ansel McDowell o Hereford is here with he mother, Mrs. S. K. Parsons Sr who is getting along fine af ter undergoing eye surgery in St. Anthony's Hospital, Ama rillo. Mrs. Parsons returned home Wednesday, March 11. Mrs. McDowell was- with he a week ;in Amarillo, and i staying a week with her moth er here. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 19, 1964 Dinner Honors W. B. Wilson on His Eighty-Seventh Birthday Sunday Gilbreth of Hedley; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gilbreth of Clarendon; Mrs. Lesley Oldham and son of Midland; Also, Mrs. Annie Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morris, and Mr. and Mrs.. J. D. Morris- and Dale and Don, all of Quail; Mr. and Mrs. Richard' Gilbreth and Richard, Susan, Zane ^and Mary Ann of Lakeview; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blackman and Dale and D'Anne, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wilson and Vickie and Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. Wilson and Gwen, all of Borger; Gano and Billy Wilson of ILiillie, and Mrs, Otto Russell of Wellington. Mrs. Dick Sweat JFF Hostess The J.F.F. Club met Thursday night, March 12 in the home of Mrs. Dick Sweat for regular meeting. Secret pals were revealed and the hostess gave a demonstration on making iplast^c flowers. The St. Patrick theme was Who, varsity tennis team, Sig- which were served to Mrs.. Jake Leach, Mrs. Howard Crosby, Mrs. Herman Belew, Mrs. Alton Wilkins, Mrs. Wayne Oudd. Mrs. R. L. Mabery, Mrs. Jack San-ford, Mrs. James Richardson, Mrs. Howard Holton, Mrs. Joe Coleman, Mrs. R. T. Savage, Mrs. Fred Williams, and one guest, Mrs. Earl Williams, and the hostess, Mrs. Sweat. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Wilkerson and family over the week end were a daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Euris Phipps and children; his sister, Mrs. Russell Vandyke and son, Don; and K. V. Willard, 'aH of Amarillo. The Phipps also visited bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Phipps. Fidelis Class Has Social The Fidelis Sunday school class of First Baptist Church met Thursday, March 12 in the home of Mrs. C. T. Hubbard for the monthly social and (business meeting. Mrs. Ray Clubb, the president, conducted the business session and Mrs. Ben Wilhelm was in charge of the Bible games. Mrs. Silas Crawford gave the devotional on the Lord's Prayer. The St. Patrick tjheme was carried out in the refreshments serves to Mrs. Wilhelm, Mrs. J. L. Harper, Mrs. Howard' Riggs, Mre. Earl Harrison, Mrs. Riley Dunsori, Mm Crawford, Mrs. Coy Vaughan, Mrs. Homer Ingram, Mrs. Rufus Sweat, Mrs>. Guy Clement, Mrs. Ray Clulbb, Mrs. Bruce Kite, Mrs. A. B. Clark and the hostess, Mrs. Hubbard. Dr. J. R. Schwartz, a 1 New York dentist, carves ivory as a hobby, using dental tools. President Monroe was the last man in public life in this country to wear knee trousers. Mary Martha Class Holds Luncheon The Mary Martha Sunday school class of First Baptist Church met In the home of Mrs. W. W. McOlaakey Thursday, March 12 for their regular monthly luncheon and business meeting. Mrs. Charles Slay gave the devotional and Mrs. M. L, Lynn conducted the short business meeting. Members attending were Mr®. Willie Estes, Mrs. W. F. Roberts, Mrs. L. D. McMinn, Mrs, W. M. Horton, Mrs. Mattie Balch, Mrs. Slay, Mrs. J. L. Burt, Mrs, S. R. Davis, Mrs. J. F. Elliott* Mrs. Andy lLowe, Mrs. Doshia Dix, Mrs. Lynn, Misa Grace Clement and the hostess. Mrs. McClaskey. There are four national forests in Texas. Norwood Young Matrons Meet The Samnorwood Young Matrons Club met in the home'of Mrs. Kennelh King of Dozier Thursday, March 6, with, Mrs. Don Van Pelt assisting Mrs. Denzil Deger conducted the business session. Plans were discussed for buying playground equipment for the Samnorwood Community Park. Mrs. Ralph Owens, a guest, gave a demonstration on leather craft. Refreshments were served to Mrs, Owens, Mrs. Deger, Mrs, John Stages, Mrs. J. H. Oldham, Mrs. John Dwyer, Mrs. James Martjindale, Mrs. Douglas Coleman, Mrs. Donald Coleman, Mrs. Van Pelt and Mrs. King. Nevada means snow covered. DR. JACK L. ROSE OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses Closed Saturday Afternoons 505 Main MEMPHIS Phone 259-2216 Doc/son Civic Club Meets Members of the Dodson Civic lub met in the home of Mrs. Fred IB'oyd Thursday, March 12 with Mrs. H. A. Painter and Mrs. Thunnan Crownover as o-hostesses. Mrs. Floyd Roberts, president, directed the Business session, when a report was given on the February 27 game tournament. Mrs. Bynum Hightower was in charge of the program on "Cultural Aa-ts," assisted by Mrs. Roberts. During roll call, each member named one or more of her talents or abilities, and these included handwork, sewing, dress designing, hair styling, cooking, flower arranging, singing, writing poetry, directing plays, and serving the commun. ity in various other ways. A sal'ad plate was served to Mrs. T. E. Lennon, Mrs. Ross Swift, Mrs. Hightower and Cindy, Mrs. J. C. Howell, Mrs. B. B. Martin, Mrs. B. T.Webb, Mrs. E. H. Ready, Mrs. Grover Graham, Mrs. J. T. Bogle, Mrs. Roberts, and three guests, Mrs. Dave Collins, Mrs. Doylene Wilson, Miss Du Ann Heath, and the hostesses, Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Painter and Mrs. Crownover. Fryers BACON Fresh Dressed Pound Affiliated Brand Pound Round Steak Pound Pound 69* Fresh Dressed HENS, Pound '"''",!"','V-^^ ""•""^rnhno.,, ' •» ' ' IK-i, linn i i „_"r™nau ,«u_ •- _ i 1 LATE AGAIN? A Milwaukee, Wis., man did not make it to the church on time for his wedding day. He was arrested and charged with falsely swearing in a marriage license application that he had not been married before. 'LET'S GO!" ... to sea and sand in General Telephone Country 33 C Top-0-Texas SAUSAGE, 2 Ib. LARGE Bananas RED Potatoes 20 Pounds — 59$ Tomatoes Hunts, 300 Size 6 for $100 Fruit Cocktail Hunts, 300 Size 4 for $100 Peaches Hunts, 300 size for $100 Enjoy Gulf Coast pleasures General Telephone invites you to visit the Texas Gulf Coast where we serve many waterfront towns, including Aransas Pass, Ingleside, Palacios, Port O'Connor, and Port Lavaca. This area is world-famous for salt water fishing, and offerri the ideal holiday blend of blue sky, pounding surf and warm sand. It is one of the many places to go, thingi to see in General Telephone Country. If your community has visitor attractions, perhaps we can help you develop them. Write Community Development Dept,, Box 1001, San Angelo, Texas. Hunts, 21/2 Size 4 for $100 Catsup Hunts, 20 oz. 4 for $100 Reg. or King Hunts Tomato Sauce 11 for HUNTS, 300 Size Spinach 8 FOR — HUNTS,46Oz. 4 FOR Tomato Juice $1 Dr. Pepper 3 Shortening CARROTS Each — 3 Pounds Snowdrift •*•»••• 49* GENERAL TELEPHONE OF THE SOUTHWEST Triple Stamps Tues., Mar. 24

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