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First Game March 24 5-B Defending Champion Quails Open Spring Baseball Training Out to match their 1963 record of no defeats, the Quail Quails opened baseball practice this week aind their first game is slated Tuesday, March 24 at Ron, Oklai. Last year the Quails tojppod their undefeated season toy winning the bi-districti title, as ihigh as Class B 'baseball teams go, Coach Don Lacy explained. "Wo lost only one boy last year, Paul Boyce, who graduated. We have practically the same team out again this time," he said. Pitching ace Dale Morris will /be back in that slot and his younger brother, Don, will catch. Other, assignments have not been made. Class JB baseball is played on an Interscholastic (League basis, but not all schools have this : sport and the alignment of four -teams is playing as District 6-B, Lacy explained. Other teams are Hedley, Mobeetie and Samnorwood. Here is the playing schedule for the Quails: March 24, Quail at Ron, Okla. 2 p.m. April 3, Ron at Quail, 2:30 p.m. New Rules Aid State Park Visitors AUSTIN.— Consideration for the /pleasure of the millions patronizing Texas state parks has prompted several changes in park regulations effective Mar. 1, it was announced iby J. Weidon Watson, executive director of the Parks and Wildlife Department. A modified curfew has been installed in all 58 state parks, banning recorded music, musical instruments and radio usage after 10 p.m. Heretofore, osme of the larger and more papular parks allowed patio dancing, and have had a later curfew. Water skiing has been abandoned at Huntsville, Tyler, Bonham, Daingerfield, Meridian and Cleburne state parks because the lakes contain less than 225 surface acres prescribed as the -minimum. Camping and shelter occupancy will be restricted to a maximum of ten days. There is no limit previously and some visitors have stayed for long periods at choice locations while others remained all summer. •Minors will not toe permitted to stay overnight in a park unless chaperoned and accompanied by adults. Policing the parks sometimes has ibeen com- iplicated by problems arising from unrestrained youngsters. Only authorized traffic will be permitted in state (parks after 10 p.m. The limited parks staffs frequently are compelled! to stay on duty until very late hours to reduce situations developing from promiscuous late hour car travel. Other new regulations are: Overnight camping will be by permit only and where assigned Vy the park management; pets will foe permitted on leash only; firearms or fireworks will not be used or displayed at any time while in a state ipark; boat motors dn excess of 12 horsepower will not be permitted on *he lakes listed above as having less than 225 surface acres. Watson said "The new plan actually is a guide to more enjoyment of our state parks. I believe there is not one unreasonable item in the entire list." He added, "We have gone into this carefully and thoroughly and have prepared this set of rules strictly with the idea of helping more folks to have more fun." "So many people patronize the parks now that it is no longer ipossible to allow unrestricted activities," siaid Watson. "As everyone knows just one carload of unthinking visitors could create night long bedlam, especially in the more popular parks." TORNADO SEASON AT PEAK IN MARCH March is the (peak month of the tornado season in Texas, the U. S. Weather Bureau warns. District Schedule April 7, Quail at Hedley, at 4 p.m. Aipril 14, Mobeetie at Quail at 2:30 p.m. April 21, Samnorwood at Quail, 4 p.m. April 28, Hedley at Quail, at 4 p.m. •May 5, Quail at Mobeetie, 2:30 p.m. May 12, Quail at Samnorwood, 4 p.m. Coach Lacy has approximately 20 boys out, most of them last year's veterans. These include, besides the Morris brothers', Robert Russell, Carrol Keraiedy, Dwane Campbell, Bruce Ward, Paul Gollihugh, John Carson, Kirby Word, Coy Stephens, David Phipps, Smokey Mitchell, .Garland Boyce, Earl Lynn Feetn- ster, Gary Branch, Robert Blevins, Reed Souder, Tommy Needham, Royce Mitchell and Joe Harris. Managers are Stanley Gos* nell and Denzil Phipps. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday/March 19, 1964 NEWS OF MEN IN SERVICE QUAIL NEWS By Mrs. G. T. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Family Reunion Held in Lubbock The home of Mrs. W. E. Leach, a former resident who now lives in Lubbock, was the setting for a family reunion Saturday and Sunday, March 14 and 15, The time was spent visiting and reminiscing. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don Leach and family of Rankin; Mr. and Mrs. George Cristy and family of Seminiole; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Leach of Wellington; 'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leach of Glasgow Air Force Base, Mont.; and' Harold Leach and Mrs. W. E. Leach of Lubbock. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Alta Strickland to E. M. Strickland Jr.—lots 4 and 5, block 89, Wellington. Neil H. Powell and wife to A. M. Saunders and others— N/2 of NW/4 section 91, block 10. D. R. Shanks and others to Want Ad Information Rates On Classified and Legal Notices Minimum Charge .... $1.00 Minimum (cash in advance) 75f Per word, 1 insertion 4c Each subsequent insertion Display in Classified Section, per inch _. 3c $1.00 Phone 447-2414 Hutton of Amarillo are theJL. E. Ward—lot 9, block 5, Clayton Barrow * * « Pvt. Clayton G. Darrow, son of Mr, and 'Mrs. Ewell Darrow of Doaier, has completed his basic training at Fort Polk, La. Pvt. Darrow is now assigned to. Fort Hood, to begin training as a military policeman. He was graduated from Samnorwood high school and Clarendon Junior College and attended Texas Tech prior to his entering the Army Nov. 25. FORT POLK, La. — Army Pvt. Carl D. Holliman, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Holliman, Wellington, completed an eight-weeks cooking course under the Reserve Enlistment Program March 13 at Fort Polk, La. Holliman was trained to .prepare food under garrison or field conditions. He completed basic training at Fort Polk. Holliman is a 1959 graduate of Quail high school and was employed toy Owens & Scott Super Market 'before going on active duty. Bible Study for 3 WMU Circles The Woman'si Missionary Union of the First Baptist; Church met in circles this week for Bible study. The Jaxie Short Circle met with Mrs. D. C. Powell and Mrs. Leonard Karnes taught the lesson. The Margaret Martin Circle met in the home of Mrs. Milford Harris and Mrs. Olan Lowe taught the lesson. Mrs. Doshia Dix was hostess to the Mary ! Langford Circle with Mrs. J. G- Finley teaching the lesson. The Ruth Poole Circle met in the home of Mrs. J. L. Hays and Mrs. J. L. Burt taught the lesson. Mrs. Rolan Bryan entertained the Dellanna O'Bri'an Circle with Mrs. Eddie Slay conducting 'the Bible lesson. parents of a son, Timmy Todd, born March 15 at Northwest Texas Hospital. He weighed ed'gsht (pounds eight and one- half ounces. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Blevins and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Giillis of Clarendon. • Dennie 'Marcum, who was recently discharged from the service, has> enrolled in West Texas Barber College in Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Marcum and children are staying with her father, Jim Langley. • Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chancy of Dimmitt, were week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Morgan, •, Mrs. Juda Bell has been released from the Groom 'hospital and is convalescing at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Page in Clarendon. • Rev. and Mrs. Fred Porter and children recently moved to Fort Worth. Rev. Porter has ,been pastor of the Quail Baptist Church for the past year. • Mr. and Mrs. John Birby, formerly of Pampa, have moved on the farm belonging to her father, Jim Langley. • 'Mr. and Mrs. Dale Farris of Amarillo were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Obie White. • Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pierce spent several days last •week in Amarillo in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur DePauw. • Saturday, March 14, farmers in the Quail community met and listed the land of Lonnie Neeley, who has been in an Amarillo hospital. Men helping were Carl Wiscfhkaem- per. Warren Carter, Roy Canada, Doc Johnson, P. J. White, John Birby, Carrol Blevlns, Jim Lowe, Odis Emmert, Z. J. Neeley, C. A. Wright; and Jim Langley. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy and Iboys were in McLean Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. W. E. Kennedy. • Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blevina were three grandsons from Amarillo, and also their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and daughters of Plainview. ' Mrs. R. H. Ball, Mrs. J. B. King and Jacqueline and Marcia spent the past week end in Dallas witjh Mrs. Ball's sister, Mrs. W. P. Sevan. They were met there by Mrs. Ball's other daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Gill and children ol Pottsiboro. Cocke Addition, Wellington. At least 14 Texas streams are known as Ha'ckberry Creek. Wanted WANT TO BUY—4-ft. gas refrigerator. John Nash. 35-lc Notice NOTICE Please return the Quail FFA Chapter Boar to Tommy Baker as soon as possible. 35-lp PRAYER REQUEST? 447-229(5 —10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Emergencies any time. 35-1 Reprints of Advertisements The Wellington Leader furnishes 20 reprints of advertisements to all regular advertisers who desire them each week. Additional reprints may be secured at a considerably lower cost than new circulars by notifying the paper of your needs at the time you place the advertisement with the newspaper. 2 B-R combination living dining, garage, cellar, carport, storage, 50-ft. front. Reason health. Real home. Terms. See at 1404 Amarillo St Go look and call me. Also 900 ft 3- inch sprinkler irrigation pipe, $300. Now listen—if you have anything to sell, tell me. I am a Tattle Tail, I will tell everybody. See, call 447-5506. (Rufe) Williams Real Estate, Wellington, Texas. 34-2p MALE POODLE PUPPIES for sale; AKC registeredr—excel- lent pedigree, 1 black and 1 cream. $75 each. Dr. Jack Rose, .phone 259-2605, Memphis, Texas. 32-4c For Sale Legal Notice TOURIST PROGRAM IN HIGH GEAR The Texas Tourist Development Agency reports' that; national advertising is scheduled for summer issues of the New York Times and Chicago Tribune travel sections and' for issues of Sunset, Redbook and Reader's Digest magazines. Some 36 travel writers from other states and Canada are due to take a week-long tour of the state in April to gather material for their columns. Home from North Texas State University art; Denton for the week end were Freddy Watkins., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Watkins; Harold Pigg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Pigg; and Johnny Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ford. NOTICE OF COUNTY'S INTENTION TO RECEIVE BIDS FOR THE PURCHASE OF CERTAIN ROAD MACHINERY Sealed proposals, or bid's, addressed to C. C. Bishop, County Judge of 'Collingsworbh County, at Wellington, Texas, will Ibe received at the office of the County Judge until 10:00 o'clock A.M. on the 13tjh day of April, A.D. 1964, for the purchase of the following road machinery for the maintenance and improvements of roads in and for Collingsworth County, Texas, to-wit: One used Caterpillar D6B Tractor, with not more than 700 hours use, with 60 inch gauge, with gas starting arrangement, crankcase guard and 18 inch tracks, hydraulic lift controls, and with Caterpillar No. 6S bulldozer, tractor to be in good mechanical and operating condition, and with a six months warranty. Terms of the purchase shall be cash paid on delivery of the said machinery. Such proposals or bids will at said time be publicly opened and read before the Commissioners' Court. The right is reserved by the Commissioners' Court of Collingsworth County, Texas, to reject any and all proposals or bids. Is,/ C. C. BISHOP, County Judge, Collingsworth County, Texas. 34-2c BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for some couple. Own your own business, Quail Snack Bar and Recreatjion Center. Will finance part. See or contact Virginia Kennedy, Quail, Tex. Phone 447-2730. 34-2c FOR SALE OR TRADE—Must sell two completely re-decorated homes. Will discount to qualified buyers or exchange for smaller houses. One 3-bedroom, 1 bath, carpeted and with drapes. One 3-bedroom, 1% baths, carpeted. For sale by owner. 447-2563. H. L. Duncan Jr. 33-3c NOW IS THE TIME for Pax or Fertilome crabgrass prevention. Canadian peat fertilizer and insecticides. A new Rose Fertilizer that kills insects. All kinds of bulk garden seed, bulbs, vegetables and 'bedding plants. Strong's Flowers. Pho. 447-2345. 33-tfc TRY GOLDEN STAR carpet slhampoo. Use shampooer FREE. Cleans rugs, drapes', upholstery safely. Sullivan Hardware & Furniture. 35-lc FOR SALE—Lahonton' Alfalfa seed. Aphid resistant. Germination 94%. C. E. Oaldwell, Rt. 5. Res. phone 447-2157; office 447-2263. 35-tfc HOUSES FOR SALE to be moved. Williams, 447-5506. <35-2p FARMS - RANCHES - Cotton - Cattle and all. Come on by and we "will look at all. Williams, 447-5506, Wellington, FOR SALE—Grain fed calves Harold Caldwell. 447-5407. 33-3c HELP YOUR IRRIGATION WELL with acid. Carrol Acid Co. of Texas. Specializing in Water Well Acidizing. 307 South Columbia. Phone CA 42962, Plainview, Texas. 33-3p FOR SALE—Motel for sale. Retire with income, 16 units living quarters. Red Sands Motel, Childress, or 4501 West Third St., Amarillo. Telephone DR 3-1607, Amaril'lo 35-Sp Water Well Drilling Well Servicing Pull Irrigation Pumps call James Wilson 447-2721 or Harold Scott 447-2713 31-tfc WET ACID Delinting Service Cottonseed cleaned, Graded, bagged. Phone 447-2585 Wellington Cottonseed Delinting Co. Dick Sweat, Mgr. 31-tfc Original Replacement Seatcovers Custom Fitted On Your Car Whites Auto Store Wellington, Texas 31-lc Bulldozing Terracing Grading Harold Elbert 48-tfc FOR TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES — Repair, rebuilt machines, also rib- oons for most machines, aee Roy M. Horn. 7-tfc Helpy-Selfy LAUNDRY Wet Wash or Dry Wash LANCASTER LAUNDRY 706 Belton For Ethan Allen Treasury of Early American Furniture SIMMONS FURNITURE Hollis, Okla. 17-tfc Texas. 35-2p IT COSTS NOTHING to use a Blue ILustre Carpet Sham- pooer with purchase of Blue Lustre Shampoo. S&R Hardware & Appliances. 35-lc Political Calendar Mrs. Jack VanpBibber of Dumas spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. BaldVin. Mr. and Mrs, Zook Thomas and Nancy spent the past week end in 1 Olton with -Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Thomas. On Sunday the group attended the Hi Plaiins Rock Show in Plainview. Two month's production of a West Coast miniaturization factory, valued at a million dollars, can be loaded into a standard station wagon. For District Judge 100th Judicial District ALLEN HARP CHAS. L. REYNOLDS For District Attorney 100th Judicial District JOHN GILLHAM For State Representative 87th District GRAINGER McILHANY For County Attorney R. L. TEMPLETON For Sheriff ELZIE WHITE JOHN RAINEY For County Tax Assessor-Collector RITA OWENS HUBERT MAULDIN For Commissioner Prec. 1 WOODROW WOOD For Commissioner Prec. 3 J. C. EMMERT "That's his famous Mobster blow'—he delivers a left and right at the same time'." HOUSES - HOUSES, large or small, give me a ring and look at them all. $250 down and $25 per month and up. Williams Real Estate, 447-5506, Wellington, Texas. 35-2p FOR SALE—90 x 150 ft,, lot. Bratten Addition. Office 4472535. Residence 447-5435 after 5 p.m. Heber or Nita iBrantley. 35-3p FOR SALE—640 acres, 8 mites southwest of Wellington. Nice, modern house and several outbuildings. Half mineral rights. Mrs. Mamie Wiseman, 5858 Princess' Jeanne, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Telephone 268-8052.- 35-3c FOR SALE—Red Canna bulbs, Mr. President, §1.00 doz. See custodian at First MetUiodist Church or call 447-2615. 35-2ip FOR SALE—Red formal, size 9, worn twice. Can see at The Toggery. Mrs. Ople White or Mrs. Jack Scott. 53-lp FORD TRACTOR for sale. 1949 model. John Trew. 35-lc 640 ACRES LAND, 222 tilled, 418 grass. Good buy at $95 acre. See or call 447-5506. Williams Real Estate, Wellington, Texas. 35-lc PUPPIES to give away, 1406 Dallas. 35-lc SPECIALS New CMC Pick-up. $1725 plus heater 5 row tool bar __. $39.50 Made of high carbon steel Dempster 3-point hitches No. 1 & No. 2 cata- gories $35.00 15" solid bottom listers $4.75 Hoeme Chisel sweeps 6 inch $1.95 Hoeme Chisel Sweeps 16 inch $2.65 Come see our used implements. Listers, planters, godevils. We also have some good used Massey- Ferguson tractors at com- petative prices. A&D Farm Supply WELLINGTON, TEXAS 35-2c ARE YOU PLANNING TO DRILL AN IRRIGATION WELL? Let us discuss with i the advantages of a long- erm low-cost Federal Land Bank Loan. See Rayburn L. mith on Tuesdays and Fri- lays. 4-tfc New Automatic Maytags JUST INSTALLED We also have 10 dryers to serve you. We also do the customary wet wash-dry wash or you can do it yourself. Duncan Laundry Services FOR ANY KIND of water well drilling or repair work, Ph BL 6-1905. B. T. Johnston FOR LEASE—140 acres feed and pasture land. Sam Hollingsworth, OK Motel. 34-lc FOR SALE—Midland Bermuda 1 sprigs. Machine dug. A. L. White, phone EX 3-4441 or Ralph Freeman, EX 3-4338, Sentinel, Okla., 9 miles north 2% east of ILone Wolf, Okla. 34-8c Dr. M. V. Cobb Chiropractor BL 6-1133 310 South Main Shamrock, Texas FOR SALE—.Gains and ammunition. Gunsmithing. Buy, sell or trade. Guns wanted, any condition. Western Gun Shop, 1405 8th St. 34-tfc F.OR SALE—430 acres 4 miles from Dumas, on pavement. 300 acres cultivation, 130 acres grass, 8-inch well on natural gas. U. S. Botton, Rt. Wellington, 447-2788. 34-2p FOR SA1LE — Southwestern Common Alfalfa seed. Cleaned. Rufus Sweat. Call 447-5736 after noon. 34-2p Box 33, Shamrock. 33-4p MONUMENTS A substantial and beautiful tribute to your loved one. MRS. G. L. JONES, Rep. Wallace Monument Co. 1108 W. Ave. Phon.447-5658 34-tfc AUTHORIZED SINGER sales and service. Sewing machines vacuum cleaners. Free demon stration dn your home. Your business appreciated, Contac Wellington Studio. 34-3p CLEAN, IRRIGATED, FER- TILized Bermuda Sprigs. George Weatherbee, WE 7-3320 Childress, Texas. 34-6c George Refrigeration Service Complete Appliance Repair Parts and Service on any make Household or Commercial Plvone 447-2333 Wellington Let George Do It 31-tfc 9th at Ennis tfc FERTILIZER John Deere No. 45 Nitrogen 16-20-0; 30-15-0 and others John Deere Distributor for rent See Buske Farm Store or Phone 447-5485 31-tfc ALL KINDS OF DIRT MOVING, TANKS, BULLDOZING TERRACES, LAND LEVELLING No Job Too Small STARR & PENDERGRASS 709 Ennis St., Wellington Phone 447-5607 22-tfc MONUMENTS: WILLIS-FELLOW QUARRY GRANITE. OKLA. FACTORY PRICES Only 52 Miles Call collect KE 9-23 S-f or vSend letter £ \ve will call on you. tt'c WE MAKE gales, hay racks, automatic feeders and calf tables. Oran Starkey, intersection Highways 83 and 203. Phone 447-2578. 21-tfc For Rent FOR RENT—3-room apartment near school. Bills rpaid. Phone 447-2696. 35-lc FOR RENT—Small apartment, newly redecorated. 1006 East Ave. Call 447-5731 or 447-2673. 35-lp FOR RENT—3-bedroom house close to school. $35.00 per month. Phone 447-5403. 35-lp FOR RENT—House, close in. Bills ipaid. Phone 447-5403. 35-lp Business Opportunities $65 WEEKLY AND MORE For reliable man or woman to service customers in section of Wellington. Full or part time. No investment. Write C. R. Ruble, Watkins Products, Inc., Dept. M-l, P.O. Box 2447, Memphis, Tenn. 33-35-p 'S Free Estimates Prompt Service Expert Work Brown Paint & Body Shop Phone 447-5505 SEE US FOR Venetian Blinds Floor Covering Carpet, Tile, Linoleum Philco Appliances Washers Dryers Blue Lustre Shampoo Roper Ranges Dearborn Heaters S&R HARDWARE Sam Adams, Mgr. N. E. Corner Square Phone 447-25'53 43-tfc Cards of Thanks The family of I. E. Emmert acknowledge with grateful! appreciation your kind expressions of sympathy. Especially are we thankful for your prayers, and for the food and the floral offerings. Mrs. I. E. Emmert Mr. and Mrs. J. .C. Emmert and family Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Conrad 1 and family Mr. and Mrs. Wyman A. Pace and family Rev. and Mrs. Ervin Emmert and family. I .wish to express my most sincere thanks to all my friends and neighbors whose many words of encouragement, beautiful flowers and lovely cards were extended me during my recent illness. Also I appreciate very much those who came to visit me, and the prayers offered in my behalf. Edyth Jackson. To everyone who was so kind to me during my recent illness I extend my deep thanks. I am grateful for the flowers, the words of encouragement, and your prayers*. Farris Cornelius. We wish to thank all of the neighbors and friends who were so kind and tnoughtful during the death of our beloved wife, sister, mother and grandmother, Mrs. R. L, Thompson. The flowers and food were deeply appreciated. May God bless each of you is our prayer. The family of Mrs. R, L. Thompson.