The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 26, 1964 · Page 3
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 26, 1964
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Society ftewd 'Thursday, March 26, 1964 1954 Study Club Members Observe Tenth Anniversary With Seated Tea Members of the 1954 Study Club observed the lOtih anniversary of their oi-ganization with a tea recently, and a review of accomplishments din-hug that decade. The honor guest, was Mrs. E. H. Morris of Canadian, president of the Top of Texas District of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs. The tea afso recognized past presidents and charter members. Mrs. Billy Ray Long, president, presided at tihe meeting, held in the community building. Special recognition was given three past presidents when Mrs. -Morris presented miniature gavels to Mrs. R. L. Temipleton, Mrs. Lynn Wright and Mrs. A. J. Fires. Mrs. Fires also presented the club history, in which she pointed out that early in the •club's existence, community service was chosen for its projects. Under various names, this work has continued. Members have assisted with Boy Scout and Camp Fire girl work, Mrs. Fires continued; they have worked with the March of Dimes and other drives; they participate regularly in the Vogue Dress revue, and many other activities. For several years, work to improve the libraries has been the club's goal and their fund raising drives have benefitted this work. The tea taWe was laid with a white linen cloth and at the center was an arrangement of pink roses clustered about a large gilt "10". Appointments were silver. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Templeton ipoured. A flower tree highlighted the room decorations, and placed beside it was white wrought iron furniture. A bulletin board exhibited items book. from the club's scrap Registering wei'e Mrs. Henry Vaughan, Mrs. Jack Moreman, Mrs. Ed White, -Mrs. D. F. Cook, Mrs. Bill Bradley, Mrs. Robert Lewis, Mrs. Mack Bush, Mrs. J. Frank Johnson, Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, Mrs. Clyde Drake, Miss Rose Shadid, Mrs. Lynn Wright, Mrs. A. J. Fires, Mrs. Jack Aaron, Mrs. Don Lacy, Mrs. Lynn Courtney, -Mrs'. E. W. Clement, Mrs. James Larson, Mrs. R. L. Templeton, Mrs. Sam Adams. Mrs. Calvin Hurst, Mrs. Leon Hartjman, Mrs. James Richardson, Mrs. Billy R. (Long. Attending from out of town were Mrs. Floyd Roberts and Mrs. B. JB. Martin of Doclson; Mrs. J. B. Lindley, Mrs. George E. Tubb and Mrs. Morris of Canadian. Belles Lettres Club Meets The Belles Lettres Club met in the directors room of the Greenibelt Electric Tuesday evening, March 17. Mrs. Cicero Gulley was the hostess. Decorations and refreshments carried out a St. Patrick's Day theme. "Texas Federation" was the study for the evening, and Mrs. Ridhard Bailey 'brought out some of the facts about Texas Federation and the work the members are doing. She told the 'group there were 10,000 federated women's clubs in the United States, and the first to have federation was Maine, where it was organized in 1889. Attending were Mrs. F. A. Hatch, Mrs. Dick Ridhards, Mrs. Jim Wood, Mrs. Coy Vaughan, Mrs. Bo'b Hightower, Mrs. A. B. Clark, Mrs. J. M. Stowell, Mrs. S. B. Owen, Mrs. Hcrshel Tyler, Mrs. Richard Bailey, and the hostess, -Mrs. Gulley. In a preceding meeting, the club met with Mrs. Bryan Denley March 3, with Mrs. Ridh- ards in charge of the iprogram on "New Trends in American Life." One new member was voted into the club, Mrs. Neva Harrison. IRISH ROYALTY Wellington's Wynona Jones was first runner up in the Miss Irish Rose Contest at the St. Patrick's Day celebration in Shamrock March 17. She is at right above, with the new Miss Irish Rose, Paula Sealey of Pampa, center, and Sherry Burrell, left, of Kelton, who was second runner up. Wynona is 17, a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hezze Jones. Quail Club Has Easfer Program The Quail Friend-ship Club met Thursday, March 19 with Mrs. Pot O'Hair as hostess. Mrs>. John Bishop was chairman of the Easter program, which had as its theme the Resurrection of Clhrist and what it has meant to the world. Assisting with the iprogram were Mrs. Frank Lindsey, Mrs. Bill Olay, Mrs. M. T. White, Mrs. Roy Peggram and Mrs. Tom Wilson, with Mrs. Ray Godbey as pianist. During the social hour the hostess served a salad plate to the members. Mrs. Nannie Johnson is in Cortez, Colo., at the ibeclsicle of her son, Bill Davis<, who is ill in the hospital there. Club Studies Women in Music A panel discussion of opportunities in music for women was presented for members of the Wellington Federated Music Club Tuesday evening, Mar. 17. Mrs. Orville Vaughan and Mrs. Jack Durham were the hostesses. Making up the panel were Mrs. Mack Bush, Mrs. Velman Warrick and Mrs. Sam Thompson. Their discussion covered a wide musical fieM in which women have made names for themselves, including piano, opera, television, films, recording, composing, conducting and critic. Mrs. L. W. Wells presented as musicians of the month Shirley Horton and Patricia Kimbro of Quail, both of whom auditioned on an area level for places in the National FHA chorus. •Mrs. Mack Bush and Mrs. Glenn Hickey were leader and ipianist for the hymn of the month, and Mrs. George Kopp directed the sing-song. Attending were Mrs. Bob Goforth, a visitor, and Mrs. William Barjenbruch, Mrs. Bill Bradley, Mrs. Mack Bush, Mrs. Hiram Cudd, Mrs. Claude Groves, Mrs. John Harper, Mrs. Hickey, Mrs. Warrick, Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Lynn Carter, and the hostesses. Dan Langley and Mr. and Mrs. Aubi-ey Stuckey of Wellington, and Jim Langley of Quail went to Lubbock Friday to he Avith their sister, Mrs. L. L. Nixon who underwent surgery in the Methodist Hospital there Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bura Handley were in Mathis Monday to attend the funeral of his uncle, J. B. Owens, a brother to Mrs. Henrietta- HandOey. Mrs. Handley was not able to make the trip. Miss Browning Weds in May •Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Browning of Bell Gardens, Calif., formerly of this county, are announcing the appi'oaching marriage of their daughter, Neita Marie, to Harry Homer Johnston, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. II. IT. Johnston Sr., of Cudahy, Calif.. The couple will be married Saturday evening, May 1(3 in the First Southern Baptist Ohurch of Bell Gardens, with the Rev. Sam N. Jones, pastor, officiating. Miss (Browning is a senior in Bell .Gardens high school and is also employed by Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. of Los Angeles. Her fianco was graduated from Bell high school and is employed by Baker Oil Tools of Los Angeles. Miss Browning is the granddaughter of Mrs, Mary Shipley and A. C. Shipley of Wellington, and Mr. and Mrs. John Browning of Bell Gardens, who formerly lived at Wellington and Quail. B&PW Members to Memphis The Memphis Business and Professional Womens Club was host at an inter-club meeting Friday, -March 20 witlh mem- bei-s of the Childress, Paducah and Wellington clubs as guests. These four clubs participate in three inter-club meetings a year, with each taking turn as host. Paducah is a uewly organized club. Going from Wellington were Mrs. Dudley Phipps, Mrs. H. L. Jenkins, Mrs. J. D. Aaron, Mrs. Fred Watkins, Mrs. G. W. Lane, Mrs. Otis Emmert, Mrs. Jolhn Coleman, who is district director. Mrs. Ernest Harwell, Mrs. Jimmie Kelso, Mrs. A. A. McQueary, Mrs. Louise Templeton and Mrs. Luther Gribble. Nancy Sanf ord Injures Foot Nancy Sanford, 15, received a chipped bone on 'her right foot while playing volleyball at Wellington high school Wednesday, 'March 18. She will be on crutches about, six weeks. Nancy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanford. Parsons Staff to Cosmetic School Three members of tihe Parsons Drug staff were in Amarillo Friday to at,tend a school of instruction sponsored by Dorothy Gray Cosmetics manufacturers. They were Mrs. Lyndon Cre- iia, Mrs. Arlon Williamson and Mrs. Leon Roberts. The pecan is the state tree of Texas. Mrs. Brantley Home from Trip Mrs. R. W. Brantley returned last week from a 2 montJha' visit 'with her daughter and family, -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and family of Whittier, Oalif. While on her visit, Mrs. Brantley toured much of the area' around Los Angeles. She was in Palm Springs the day President and were there. Mrs, Johnson Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Turner and family of Hayward, Calif., will spend several clays this week in the home of his mobh- er, brother and sister, Mrs. Lula Turner, Biill Turner and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tyson. Mr. Turner is in the Na^vy and is assigned to the USS Pro- cyon. Nevada was the 36th state admitted to the union. COLOR FU1. GOODIHJUEDJ •EASTER* BASKETS TOYS AND NOVELTIES in made-up Baskets ATTRACTIVE PRICES This is your invitation to attend a series of lectures on the practical aspects of the church's mission To Mark Anniversary Two guests who helped the 1954 Study Club observe its 10th anniversary at a recent tea were Mrs. B. B. Martin, left, and Mrs. Floyd Roberts, both members of the Dodson Civic Club. They are served tea by Mrs. Billy Ray Long, president. Mrs. Henrietta Handley of Arlington is visiting with her 5oii, Mr. and Mrs. Bura Handley and other relatives here for the next 10 days or two weeks. DON'T GET UP NIGHTS It takes just 39(.' 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. Services Nightly cat 7:30 Monday, March 30: John W. Gay, Childress The Church At Work In Preaching Gay Tuesday, March 31: Joe R. Barnef-t, Leveliand: The Church At Work In Teaching Wednesday, April 1: E. L. Dennis, Amarillo: The Church At Work In Developing Leadership Barnett Dennis Thursday, April 2: Jay Channel!, McLean : The Church At Work In Developing Christian Attitude and Character. Friday, April 3: Eugene Henderson, Shamrock: The Church At Work In Benevolence Channel! A Warm Welcome Is Yours at Each Service Where can, you se,e jh* new Skylark- Sports Wagon? High* Jiare. + 'RjgHt + no + w; ' ss's ••**'* ^ A i ft* "'•>•' JW •• t* * • AN%V..» ...... «*Jt***-****^i^^ < ..'-... J <.-.^«»*.«td'.«J. < ..j>v«^ < ^ J u^jMLfXhM».'w...i«.«<'i i mnnit'H m*-jiM.fJ.....Vm t , t 2iij''»«1mji See your Quality Buick Dealer for Double ^ Check Twde-ln ... a better buy for you. JOHNSON PONTIAC & BUICK • 8fh & Dallas Sts. Henderson Bowie Street Church of Christ WELLINGTON, TEXAS

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