The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 19, 1964 · Page 4
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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 19, 1964
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Members of the Domestic Sci- mce dub, 'Wellington's oldest study club now functioning, observed the 49th anniversary of its founding with the traditional luncheon Thursday, March 12. Mrs. Deskiras 1 Welte was lostess. The club was organized in 1916 and federated that same year. Only one charter member remains active, Mrs. W. R. Orr. Mrs. L. C. Hill is the only member whose mother was a charter member. Special guests at this luncheon were Mrs. E. H. Morris, president of 1fte Top of Texas District of the Texas Federa- ion of Women's Clubs, Mrs. Jeorge Earl Tubb and Mrs. J. B. Lindley, all of Canadian. An arrangement of acacia formed the centerpiece for the Past Presidents Honored Here Mrs. E. H. Morris of Canadian, second from left, president of the District Federation of Women's Clubs, presents miniature gavels to three past presidents of the 1964 Study Club at the 10th Anniversary tea recently. At left is Mrs. R. L. Templeton, Mrs. Lynn Wright is receiving her gaven, and Mrs. A. J. Fires is at right. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 19, 1964 Spring Fashions Go On Display at 1924 Study Club Style Show Thurs. "An Adventure in Fashions" is the theme for the ninth annual fashion show and dinner sponsored by the 1924 Study Club, According to Mrs. J. B. King, chairman,"'plains are near- dng completion for this event of Thursday, March "19 at the community building. The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. The commentator lihis year will be Donna Colburn, women's director of a Wichita Falls television station, and hostess of her own show, "Donna's Notebook." She will fly to Wellington Thursday after her show. c : In private life Mrs. J. A. Colburn, she was designated re- •cently as first) alternate for the titte of Mrs. Texas of 1964. Unique entertainment is> in store for ttie audience. The (BoJd Weevils—Dixie's answer to the Beatles—will .be the featured entertainers. This group of five Clarendon high school and college boys are Danny Ray, Jerry Elmore. Billy Heden, Steve Richardson and John Kearley. Only the cut of their cotton- white 'hair resembles the group they will 'take down. They do have their guitars, drums and uke and what they do with them is (part of the fun of their performance. Kearley is spokesman for tihe group. Their songs are right out of the folk-song craze >tjhat is \sweepJng the country, and they have appeared at a number of entertainments in their home area. Decorations for this year's shtow carry out the overall theme. Used for the first time will be a new spotlight which the 1924 Study Club has made a- vailaible for use by schools and in the community building. The array of models to be spotlighted will represent Pruden Drug, the Fashion Shop, Helen's Creations, Ingram's Fabric and Hobby Shop, the Farm Store, Parker's General Store of Dodson, Pauline's House of Beauty, and Crownover Beauty Shrxp of Dodson. These models wiH include •Mi®. R. L. Templeton, Mrs. Jimmie Strickland, Mrs. Rufus Sweat, Mrs. C. A. Crawford, Mrs. Denzil Lacy, Mrs, Jimmy Langford, and Mary Beth Aaron, Mickye Ann Kendrick, Beverly Singley, Nancy Craiwley, Jan Glenn, Wynona Jones, Deborah Aaron, Kim Aaron, Connie Langford, Scottie Aaron, Richard Sims, and Randall Sims. Also participating will be Mrs. Texas of 1963, Miss Collingsworth County Free Fair, tihe Collingsworth County Farm Bureau Queen and the new Miss Wel'h'ngton. Food Committee Meets March 23 The Collingsworth county food and nutrition committee witl meet Monday, March 23 at 9 a.m in the office of Mrs. Kathryn Barjenbruch, home demonstration agent. Final plans will be made for a 1 food and management meeting to be held in the county April 16. The meeting is to Ibe conducted by specialists in food and management from the Texas Extension Service and is for everyone interested in food for the family and family health. Two sessions are planned, a day meeting for homemakers who do not work outside rtjheir homes and a night meeting for men and women employed during the day, Mrs. Barjenbruch said. Mr. and Mrs. James. Richardson, Karen and Linda 1 , spent Friday and Saturday of last week in Plainview with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Richardson. The Rev. Glenn Hickey is conducting a revival meeting in an East Dallas church. Shower Friday Evening Honors Mrs. Billy Sarrels of Childress The home of Mrs. Franklin Burns was the scene Saturday evening, March 14, of a shower honoring Miss Patsy Wilkerson, bride-elect of K. V. Willard Jr., of Amarillo. Hostesses with her were Mrs. Troy StalKngs, Mrs. Gene Pledger, Mrs. W. A. Poteet, Mrs. J. L. Branch, 'Mrs. Thomas Who's New in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lemons of Dodson are the parents of a son, Shawn Ward, born March 3 in Hollis. He weighed six pounds and seven ounces. A son, Michael Gray, was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Itlake in St. Joseph's Hospital March 14. He weighed five pounds and fifteen ounces. Jesse, Mrs. George Howard, Mrs. C. E. Escoe, Mrs. A. V. Atkinson, Mrs. Ansel Atkinson, Mrs. Oral Bishop, Mrs. W. A. Eads and Mrs. Weldon Cleveland. Mrs. Burns received the guests and presented them to Miss Wilkerson, her mother, Mrs. C. 0. Wilkeraon, and the mother of the prospective bridegroom, Mrs. K. V. Willard of Wheetler. Miss Sharon IBlackshear registered the guests. A St. Patrick's theme was carried out in the table decorations. An arrangement of green carnations surrounding a large shamrock was used as the centerpiece on a white lace cloth over green. Green candles in double antique glass holders were at each side. Other appointments were crystal and silver. Mrs. Euris Phipps, sister of the .honoree, poured, and M Russell Vandyke, her aunt, served the cake. Both are from Amarillo. Approximately 100 friends called or sent gifts. Domestic Science Club Observes 49th Anniversary wiih Luncheon Thurs. dining table and a bouquet of yellow gladioli was on the ibuf- fet • '" "'../,. The luncheon was- prepared and served by Mrs<. John Sherman, Mrs. Jerry Nix, Mrs. Farris Wood, Mrs. J. Frank Johnson and -Mrs. Clyde Drake. During the business session, plans were made for an art exhibit Sunday, April 26, at the community building from 2 to 5 p.m. All Wellington artists are invited to exhibit paintings in all mediums. Attending the luncheon were Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Tubb, Mrs. ILindley, Mrs. Troy Gene Thomason, Mrs. John Coleman, Mrs. Clyde Drake, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Sherman, Mrs. J. B. Stevenson 1 , Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Wells. Shower Saturday Evening Honors Patsy Wilkerson, Spring Bride-to-be Mrs. Billy Barrels of Chil- dressy who was Olariece WheeJ- er before her recent marriage, was honored at a shower in the home of Mrs. Shelton Nunnelley Friday evening, March 13. Mrs. Nunnelley met the guests and presented them to Mrs. Barrels, her mother, Mrs. Ted Wheel er, and the mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Dai- ton Sarrels of Childress. Miss Kay Chandrer and Miss Laura Weeler, sister of the bride, alternated at the 'bride's book. A white hand-crocheted cloth covered the serving table, which was centered with an arrangement of spring flowers, with a miniature bride and groom, placed within a heart. Crystal and silver appointments were used. Miss Sherry Barker, Miss Debra Peters, Miss Carolyn Christian and 'Miss Wheeler alternated at serving the guests. Joining Mrs. Nuninelley as hostesses were Mrs. Jimmie Kelso, Mrs. Gabe Wright, Mrs. Carroll Nunnelley, Mrs. Gran- dol Forehand, Mrs. Les> White, Mrs. Cecil Shanks, Mrs. Jack Neeley, Mrs. Davdd Peters, Mrs. Boyd Derryberry, Mrs. John Coffee, Miss Shirley Horton, Miss Janice Pitts, Miss Barker, Miss Christian and Miss Chandler. •Guests called between the hours of 7:30 and 9 ip.m. Mrs. Willie Smith Undergoes Surgery Mrs. Willie Smith underwent major surgery in the Memorial Hospital at Altus, Okla., Wednesday, March 11. She is improving but will Ibe hospitalized for an indefinite time, a member of the family said, Mr. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Keitjh Smith and Ann spent Sunday afternoon in Altus with Mrs. Smith. Attend District Guild Meeting Three meiwbei's of the Wesleyan Service •GuiW of First Methodist Church attended the 24th annual Guild meeting of the Northwest Texas Conference in Plalnview Saturday and Sunday, March 14 and 15. . Going were Mrs. Jack Davis, Mrs. Bob Isbell and Mrs. George Jones. Mrs. Davis, secretary for Guilds in the Childresa district, participated on the program. Miss Ha Pool of Pampa, who is well known here, ds conference Guild secretary. Miss Joyce Hill, missionary to Argentina, who also has been here, was a featured speaker. Agent Judges Gray Co. Show Mrs. Kathryn Barjenbruch, county home demonstration a 1 gent, will act as a judge of the Gray 'County IP.avorite Food Show in Pampa Saturday, -March 21. The Collingsworth Favorite Food Show will be held Saturday, Alpril 11 and additional plans will ibe announced later, The districts, in which eliminations are held to determine those to participate in state events at) the annual 4-H Roundup, will be Saturday, April 25 at Canyon. Groves Aftend Baylor Sing Mr. and Mrs. Claude Groves and son, David Lynn, attended the 25th All-University Sing at Baylor University, Waco, on Saturday, March 14. Their daughter, Joline, is a student in Baylor and participated in the Sing as a member of Pi Alpha Lambda sonority. They were joined there by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Barton Groves of Dallas. B&PW Club Hears Parliamentary Procedure Program by Quail FFA A team from the Quail Future Fanners presented a demonstration on parliamentary procedure for members of the Business and Professional Women's Club Tuesday evening, March 10, at the dinner meeting. With Dale Morris leading the grouip 'as president, the team divided its demonstration into four ipartsi. The first used a hypothetical situation in which the members proposed to hold a tea for the home economics girls. This was carried out to demonstrate how an appeal is directed from the decision of •the chair. Other parts demonstrated how to raise a point of order, dte- bating of a motion and .transaction of an item of business in which a motion is referred to a committee. Under the direction of Frank Kennedy, ag instructor, those taking part were Stanley Gosnell, reporter; Denzil Phipps, treasurer; Morris; Jerry Boyce, secretary; Rodney McGiW, special reporter, and Smokey Mit- chelil Program chairmen were Mrs. A. A. McQueary and Mrs. Arlon Williamson. Mrs. Rufus Sweat led the singing of "America the Beautiful"; Mrs. Raymond Patton, the Pledge of Allegiance; and Mis® (Bessie Rainer read the Club Collect. During the business session, committee appointments were read to plan the tea for senior girls; an inter-club meeting at Memphis March 30 was announced; and Mrs. John Justice reported on the B&PW seminar in Amarillo March 7. Present were Mrs. A. V. Lowrie, Mrs. R. H. Isbell, Miss Rose Shadid', Mrs. Otis Emmert, Mrs. Dudley Phipps, Mrs- Justice, Miss Edith Jackson, Missi Rainer, Mrs. Sweat, Mrs, Don Jones, Mrs. Harold Keller, Miss Sara Jones, Mrs 1 . H. L. Jenkins, Mrs. Louise Templeton, Mrs. Byron Duncan. Mrs, Francis Roberts, Mrs. Calvin Aaron, Mrs'. J. D. Aaron, Mrs. Bura Handley, Mrs. Jiminie Kelso, Mrs. Frank Kennedy, Mrs. Drury Lacy, Mrs. G. W. Lane, Mrs. McQueary, Mrs. .Gorman Oweng Mrs._ Patton, Mrs. Williamson! and members of the demonstration team and their instructor. Mrs. Wright Hostess to Lillie HD Club Lillie Home Demonstration Olub met March 12 in the home of Mrs. C. A. Wright. Mre. Elmer Haralson, (president, was in charge. Mrs. Wright gave the devotional and Mrs. Zook Thomas* led in prayer. • '. ^ ' V : Mrs. Henry Langford gave a very interesting program on "Mental Health." Refreshments were served to Mrs. Langford, Mrs. Haralson, Mrs. Haskelt Manuel, Mrs. Dudley Phipps, Mrs. Ralph Tennison, Mrs. John Thomas, and Lavonda, and the hostess. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Elmer Har- a'lson on March 26 and 'the subject of study will be "Health and Safety." New Beauty Shop Opens Opening of Carolyn's Beauty Nook at the corner of Ninth and Ennis Streets was announced this week by the owner, Carolyn Wilkersbn. Associated with her in the shop will be her mother, Mrs. Geneva Wilkerson. Both are experienced operators. Mrs. Wilkerson was graduated from Altus iBeauty School several years ago, while her daughter is a graduate of Don L Beauty School at Hollis. Featured in the new shop •will be manicures, atong -with permanenits, shampoos and sets, hair styling and hair coloring. A festive holiday begins with a festive outfit . . . from . . . the fashion shop Easter is in the air ... come see our collection of fashion news by our leading designers . . . perfect for Easter and the whole season ahead. Let us help you to select your most excitingly costumed Easter, ever . . . you'll feel so coordinated, so completely outfitted in delicate feminine, pastel colors that are so important this spring. Here are just two from our collection . . . A New Beaufy Shop fo Serve You Just in time for Easter Carolyn's Beauty Nook can care for your complete beauty needs, to give you a glow of loveliness as you greet Spring. TWO EXPERIENCED OPERATORS CAROLYN WILKERSON GENEVA WILKERSON Permanents $5.00 and up Shampoo-Set $1.35 Hair Cut $1.00 Manicures Hair Coloring Carolyn's Beaufy Nook Carolyn Wilkerson, owner Phone 447-2711 for appointment 9th & Ennis Sts. Easter is in the air... and we have the most beautiful clothes for children we have ever been able to offer... they are adorable ... see them today COOL AND I! CAREFREE. this 3-piece travel costume seersucker. Tissue weight blouse matches trim on jacket. Perky notched collar completes the picture. Ka Mnc. THE n o SHOP Mrs. Herman Belew

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