The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 19, 1964 · Page 7
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 19, 1964
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ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL NOTES ** "^•^•^^•••^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ W. A, Bettis, medical, has been a patient since March 9. Mrs. Mattie A. Jameson of Dodsorr, traumatic surgery, was admitted March 9 and .is. stall [.a patient. , Mrs. Theo Parker, medical, jTVfarch 10 to 14. Mrs. W. F. Haflbin of Loco, ™JsurgicaI, -was admitted March [flO and is still a patient. [ Gerol Dannie Morris, 5-year[old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerol Iforris of Quail .surgical, Mar. .0 to 14. Miss Delia Westfall of Can"on, medical, March 11 to 15. Mm Newt Trout, medical, [arch 11 to 12. •B. B. Martin, Dodson, has >een a patient since March 11. w . E. W. Bennett, medical, Mar! $12 to 14. ]| Phyllis Ann Sullivan, medical [fVTarch 12 and 13. Carye Anne Lewis, 11-year- pbld daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. j|Roibert Lewis, surgical, March |§3 and 14. '" Mrs. Horace Powell, surgical, Ji*'as admitted March 13. || Mrs. Willie L. jBlake, obstet- ""Meal, March 13 to 15. I Kevin Kermit Hall, 2-year- |pld son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy fe jfiall, medical, March 14 to 16. | Chester-Fires-, medical, was SBidmitted March 14. »J| Nathan Lee Ray, 5-year-old! jispn of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. iRay, medical, March 14 and 15. (I Ronnie Bruce Brown, 3-year- jt>ld son of Mr. and -Mrs. -Clyde 'CJdis Bro\vn, medical, March 14 Jf d 15. I/If-Jan Renae Meares, 10-year|>ld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. flftck Meares of Roscoe, medi- |wl, March 15 to 17. '"" s. Allie Willingham, med- IFi""' was ad ' mifcte d March 15. |^?|Mrs. lLogan Bailey, medical, Biras admitted March 15. l!|Kim'berly Anna Schelgel, 2- g|ear-old daughter of Mr. and tlpT 3 ' Nor bcrt Schlegel. Route |jf§ Shamrock, medical, was ad- l^kttted March 15. . J. M. Fulcher, medical, ALL-DISTRICT ROCKETS AND ROCKETTES Four Rockettes and three Rockets were chosen for the boys and girls all-district basketball teams by the coaches of District 2-A. Here they are with their coach and with the two handsome basketball trophies each team won as district champion. They will be added to the school's trophy case. On the girls all-district team, reading from left, were Betty Courtney, Ann Orr Carol Blam and Jane Orr. In the back row, kneeling, are Coach James Stavenhagen, and the Rockets Roger Weems, Bill Spillman and Wayne Barton. {Ritz Theatre I Open w JSunday .-. 1:45 p. m. m Saturday — 1:15 p. m. m on. Thru Fri.—6:30 p.m. Thurs. - Fri. A-MY NO ONE ADMITTED WHILE THE COFFIN IS OPEN was admitted March 16. John H. Oldham Sr., Samnorwood, medical, was admitted March 16. Mrs. Tom Harper, medical, was admitted March 16. Patients admitted earlier and discharged since March 9 are: John Dodge, March 10. Margie DePaiuw, March 10. V. K. Orr Jr., March 11. Mrs. Annie Thomason, March 11. Bobby Lee Payne, March 14. Mrs. Doc Thompson', March 14. •Mrs. E. S. Hale Sr., March 15. JOLOR^VISTASCOPE YOU MUST PASS THE'IH3 TEST* TO [PREPARE YOU FOR THE HORRIFYINQ [EXPERIENCE OF DOti .INItWWIONAl RCt-USE-A FtlMGROUP Pitu 'lilion- Sat. - Sun. Mon. - Tues. -• You can I expect the I unexpected I when they * play..: TECHNICOLOR targain Nite I., March 25th This Happy Feeling" Starring JBBIE REYNOLDS Salem is the capital of Oregon. Backtagging of Cattle Is Planned The "ibacktagging" of cui'ls and dry cows may be used to solve the growing problem of certifying all Texas counties for brucellosis eradication. Dr. R. G. Garrett, executive director of the Texas Animal Health Commission, and Dr. John Wilbur, veterinarian in charge of the_ U.S. animal disease eradication division of Texas, say the backtagging market testing program is in force in several northwestern states. Under ithis program, culls and dry cows iheaded through concentration points' on their THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 19, 1964 way to slaughter are marked so that the state, county and •herd from which the cow came can ibe identified. When the cow goes to slaughter, a blood sample is taken and tyie results of a bru- cellosis test is recorded. As Dr. Wilbur says<, "Bru- cellosis being what it is, if older female animals are free of the disease, it ,is ipretty certain the herd is free. In this way, aibout 97 to 98 per cent of the testing can be eliminated." Dr. Garrett says backtagging could eliminate "down the road" testing by between 90 and 97 per cent in a given county. The animal heailth officials announced that Texas has entered its third month without a reported case of screwworms. BAD EGGS FEWER Texas housewives' chances of buying inedible eggs are only 1 in 200 today compared to 4 in 100 five years ago, as a result of Texas Egg Law standards and inspections, says Agriculture Commissioner John C. White. FULL SERVICE BANKING ONE STOP FOR EVERY BANKING NEED Checking Accounts Safety Deposit Boxes Night Depository Personalized Checks Cashiers Checks Travelers Checks Bank Drafts U. S. Saving Bands Farm Loans Livestock Loans Auto Loans Business Loans Personal Loans Home Repair Loans Insured Loans Appliance Loans Recordak System in case you lose your cancelled check LET US SERVE YOU Wellington State Bank \ SPRING PINKNEY'S PICNICS Pound — Armours Star HENS Pound — 39$ Lightfluff BISCUIT 6 FOR — Armours Star BACON Pound — 49$ Register Thurs« Fit Sat. for Free Armour Star Bacon for 12 weeks Hormel VIENNA SAUSAGE 5for- SPAM 2for- 79* Diamond Crushed Kimbell's 48 Oz. PICKLES 43* Kal-Kan DOG FOOD 2 29* «• FOR tt i Maryland Club COFFEE Pound — 75* Snowdrift SHORTENING 3 Ib. can 590 Chicken of the Sea TUNA 3 for 89* __ ^__ nttuw—^^IFf V"i | {,1 ij , V n |,Jl i|i ' ,0'il-. ^ff^\ !",V J; I,,'', <-i'l:",.' l'lp ; >, wr ^fA SKIRTED 2 Pounds Bananas 25( GREEN 3 Bunches — ONIONS 194 RED 10 Pounds — Potatoes 394 Borden's MELLORINE '/ 2 Gallon — 39* We Deliver Dial 447-2561 Comstock PIE APPLES 2 45* Ai FOR TTiJ Miracle Whip DRESSING Quart —- We Give S & H Green Stamps Raymond Patton Luther Sullivan

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