The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 26, 1964 · Page 4
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 4

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 26, 1964
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Thursday, March 26, 1964 Housewarming Honors Elder and Mrs. Elvis Pitts of Friendship Church Plans May Wedding Mr. and Mrs. H. ;S. Hardin of Clarendon are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda Kay, to Paul D. Bell Jr., the son of Mr. & Mrs. Paul 'Bell of Wellington. The couple will be married Saturday, May 2, at the First Methodist Church' in Clarendon. Miss Hardin, a graduate of high school there and a former student at Clarendon College, will be graduated in August from the Methodist School of Nursing in Dallas. Her fiance, a graduate of Wellington high school, attended Clarendon College and West Texas State University. He now farms in the county. Members of Friendship Baptist; Church, joined by friends, honored their pastor and his family, Elder and Mrs. Elvis Pitts, with a ihousewarming on Saturday evening, March 21. A (parsonage was moved recently to a site west of the church and remodeled for him. During the evening, gifts were presented Elder and Mrs. Pitts, and games of 42 were played. Later cookies and coffee and pop were served. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Derryberry, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hartman, Mr. and -Mrs. John Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Land, Mr. and Mrs. Palo Cumminigs; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caterlin, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Null and David, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Martin and Teddy and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Souder and Westview Featured 300 Attend Norwood Open House Monday A crowd of approximately 800 attended the open house of the Samnorwood Parent-Teacher Association Monday evening, March 23, and heard Min. Jack Sikes. director of Westview Boys Home in a short discussion, "The Cradle of Spiritual Love." Presenting a musical program were Mr. Sikes' daughters and the Westview Chorus. In talking to the Norwood parents, he reminded them that God should come first in .the home, and that how children, are raised determines how they will turn out. Five of tihe Sikes daughters form the quintet which sang "Led by the Master's Hand," 'directed by Mrs. Sikes. The girls are Sherna, Shawna, Shelly, Sharla and Sharon. Following this, the Westview Chorus sang "Soldiers of Christ, Arise," "Here We Are but Strange Pilgrims," "Bless This House," "Lead Me to - Some Fold Today," and ,two spirituals "Mary, Don't You Weep" and "By4o My Balby." Billy Scruggs closed the (program by playing his .guitar and singing "Miller's Cave" and 'Seek and Ye Shall Find," Chorus members are Scruggs, lay Muckleroy, Pete Disterlic, jarry Stovall, ILarry Hatfield, Stacey Sikes, Wayne Spencer, Fohn Sikes, James Spencer, L,eon Yearicks, Bruce Rum- >ough, Gail Smith, Sharon Sikea, Steven Sikes, and Wayne Vluckleroy. Presiding at ^he PTA open louse was Mrs. J. M. Morgan, president. Cookies were presented to the boys to take home. Newt Price Family Here Friendship Club Holds Meeting Mrs. Ray Chabb was hostess to the Good Neighbor .CJuib for an all-day meeting Friday, March 20. The morning was spent quilting and visiting, and after noon the president, Mrs. Coy Vaughan, conducted- the business meeting. The members voted' to contribute to the fund, for the new spotlight to be used in the community building. Attending were Mrs. Grady Van Pelt, Mrs. Bob Stephensoni, Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Nell Cook, Mrs. Leonard Karnes, 'Mrs Lloyd Holloway, ;2 Mrs. Frank Thomas, Mm _C. A. Wilbur Mrs. Joe Thompson, Sue Ann Vaughan, and Mike Karnes and tihe hostess, Mrs. Clubb. Demo Women Call Meeting for Saturday Working women will be .given an opportunity to partici- were Mr. and Mrs. New* Price hosts ait a homecoming for tiheir children and other relatives- on Sunday, March 22. •Children attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Price and family of Clarendon, Mr. and Mrs. Claudie McCulloch and family of Dallas, Mo-, and Mrs. Jim McKelvy and family of Abilene, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bettys and 1 family of Amarillo, and Mr. and Mrs. David Baumgardner and family of Wellington. Other relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Youngblood of Dallas, Mrs. Kate Browning of Memphis and Mrs. 0. A. Terry of Wellington. Amelia Rappold Circle Meets The Amelia Rappold Circle met in the home of Mrs. William Barjenbruch -Monday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. for mission study. Mrs. A. A. McQueary brought the Bible lesson, and led in prayer. Mrs. Barjerabruch, mission study chairman, taught the home missions book "Apogee," by Kate Ellen Gruver. Refreshments were served to fifteen. WMU Circles Meet in Homes The Ruth Poole Circle of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met March 23 in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Holloway for circle program. Mrs. M. L. fLynn was leader, assisted by Mrs. A. B. Clark, Mrs. J. L. Burt, Mrs. Frank Roberts and Mrs. R. L. Porter. Mrs. Eddie Slay was hostess to the Dellanna O'Brian Circle. Mrs. Oscar Peebles was in charge of the program on "Christian Citizenship." Mrs. Glenn Hickey, Mrs. Wm. 0'- Rear, Mrs. Ocie Scott, Mrs. W. A. Morrow, Mrs. Rolan Bryan and Mrsi. Dee Burba had parts on the program. The Margaret Martin Circle met in the home of Mrs. Bessie Winters with Mrs. J. C. Whisenant in charge of the program. Others on program were Mrs. Olan Lowe, -Mrs. Milford Harris, Mrs. Jess Cook, Mrs. E. IB.. Seaile, and Mrs. Charles Cason, Sr. Mrs. C. T. Hutobard entertained the Jaxie Shor* Circle. Mrs, Leonard Karnes read the calendar of iprayer and Mrs. P. E. Lowrie was in charge of the program. Regis and FaitJi, -Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hanna and Paul and Jeff, Mr. and Mrs-. Marshall Peters and Mike and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Travis McGuire, Mr. and Mrs, George Creed, Mr. and Mrs. Palo F. Cummdngs and Rita Ann and Mary Frank, Elder and Mrs. Pitts, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hartman and Mitzie, and Mrs. Pauline Bias and Rudy. Mrs. Johnson Club Speaker Members of the Domestic Science Club met Thursday, March 10 in the .Gireenbelt Electric directors' room. Mrs. Farris Wood presided^ Mrs. J. Frank Johnson presented the program, " Scren- diipity," and at the end asked each member to give her serendipity. Present were Mrs. John Coleman, Mrs. Johnson, -Mrs. Jerry Nix, Mrs. W. R. Orr, Mrs. John Sherman, Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, Mrs. Deskins Wells and Mrs. Wood. Party Honors Betty Coleman Betty Ooleman was honored on her thirteenth birthday witih a party given by her mother, Mrs. Donald Coleman of Samnorwood. Games were played and a pantomime number .given by a group called the "Beatjles," including Gary Oldham, Melvin Kincannon, Doug Darrow and Gene Glazner. Refreshments were served to Sandy Hankins, Karen Waters, Xegina Glazner, Gary Oldham, pate in the County League Women an a called for 2 March 28, at the Greenbeh Electric room. Miss Oollingsworth of Democratic special meeting p.m. .Saturday, Cooperative directors' Claudia JBrummett of Doug Darrow, Gene Glazner, Melvin Kincannon, Kenneth Wisdhkaemiper, Brenda Coleman, Lyna Coleman, Jennie Montgomery and the honoree, Betty Coleman. Lakeview Exes Reunion Set The Mary iLangford Circle met with Mrs. R. W. Brantley. Mrs. Eugene Brewer was program leader, assisted by Mrs. Bill Laingford, -Mrs. Noble Murray, Mrs. E. T. Vaughan, and Mrs. J. G>. Finley. Darlene Rainey, who attends Wayfland College at Plainview is home for the spring vacation of that school. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simipson of Hereford are visiting their Horse racing is at least 3,000 years old. Revival Meeting Church of Christ DODSON, TEXAS Sun., March 29 to Sun., April 5 Buster Mullins of Petersburg will do the preaching Services 7:30 each night Sunday Services 10:30 a. m. EVERYBODY WELCOME daughter, -Mr. Roberts, and and Mrs. (Leon granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Ford and Kancli of Dodson. Amarillo, newly elected committeewoman of tihe 31st Senatorial District and chairman of the League of Democratic Women in Amarillo will be the guest speaker. "The meeting is open to all women interested in the activities of the Democratic Party," Mrs. John Coleman, county chairman, said. "You do not have to be a member of the local league to atjtend this meeting." •Miss Brummett <will sipend time in Washington, D.C., in interest of women's activities of the Democratic party before she appears in Wellington. Here she will be the guest of Mrs. Edd Henard, membership chairman of the local League. Dodson Church of Christ Sets Revival Meeting A revival meeting will star at the Church of Christ in Dodson Sunday, March 29, and continue through the following Sunday, Aprl 5. Buster Mullins of Petersburg will do the preaching, according to Gilbert Hunt, who is helping with arrangements. •Services will be held each evening at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday morning services will be at 10:30. Everyone is welcome ^o attend, Hunt sand. This will be the first revival held in tihe new church. Lubbock School Principal Dies Mr. and Mrs. Steve Owens were in Luhbock Monday, Mar. 16 to attend tho funeral of his brother-in-law, A. L. Pace, 59, who died the preceding Friday of a heart attack. He had lived at Lulbbock 17 years an-d taught schools for 33 Marc/i »2J Through April 4 "-^^••—• • >*• M •• • - f t •§ •• • TP' •*•»""•' City Artists Exhibit in Two Man Show at Amarillo Gallery The work of a Wellington artist. Olivia HIM, is on ex- libit through Saturday, April 4 at the Nichols Gallery, 123 West Sixth, Amarillo. One of her fifteen pictures n the show was exhibited last spring at the Burr Galleries in New York. Mrs. Hill, a student of Dord is sharing tihe exhibit with another of his puipils, Midge Woodhouse of Gage, Okla. The show opened at 2 p.m. March 22, with a large group of friends from Amarillo, Hereford, Gage, Clarendon and Wellington attending. All those who are interested may visit the exhibit any time through April 4. The wife of a Wellington rancher, L. C. Hill, she had her first lessons as a child from another Wellington artist, Mildred Henard Taylor, now a professor in the University of California at Los Angeles. It was three years ago, after her children were older, that she resumed her studies, this time with Dord Fitz, and she also has studied with Elaine de Kooning and Leon Smith of New York. In addition to the Burr Galleries, Mrs. Hill lhas exhibited in the Fitz Gallery in Amarillo and in Wellington and C'hil- dres&. Her paintings are in private collections in Houston, still life; "Juarez," still life of souvenirs from Juarez, Mexico; Also "To(psy,"an action painting of a bird dog pup; "Quail," still life of ceramic quail figurines; "Frances," a rough sketch portrait, a likeness with a minimum of literal description; "The Chocolate Cup," a stilt life composed of iris, an an- tinque jewelry .box, and an antique chocolate cup; "Lake Altus," an airy water color; "Fruit." an obscurity still life; "High School Day," an automatic abstraction; and "The Chartreuse Mug," a still life of colorful zinnias. in Austin, Midland and Wellington. The favorite of the show crowd Sunday was her "1934" a .picture that came out of Mrs. Hill's memories. This is a western landscape painted with a 1 limited palette, 'depicting the desolation of the dust storms during the thirties. Another popular picture was "We're Number One", an action painting that breathes the excitement of the 1963 Texas-OU football game, as Duke Carlisle scored a touchdown and the crowd began chanting "We're Number One." "The White Pitcher" was painted while studying under Elaine de Kooning and received a favorable criticism from her. "Conticinium," an abstraction, was exhibited last spring in the iBurr Galleries. Other pictures Mrs. Hill is exhibiting in Amarillo are "Look Into the Pewter Pot," a still life of a pewter mug; "The Salad Bowl," an x-ray The -Lake-view Ex-Students and Ex-Teachers Homecoming will be on March 28 in the grade school auditorium at Lakeview. There will be sessions at 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and a dance at 8, also a luncheon at 12 and evening meal served between 6 and 7. This reunion includes all former students and teachers of Lakeview, Webster, Brice, Lesley, Pleasant Valley and Deep Lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hubbard and Chris were in Corpus Christi recently for a short visit with their (laughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gassoit and son. years. He also farmed. Funeral services were conducted at the First Baptist Church and burial was at Lubbock. He is survived by his wife who will ibe remembered here as Annie Lee Owens; a daughter and son, Anita 1 and Rodney of the home, his father, A. 0. Pace of Memphis, a brother and sister, Buddy Pace of Abilene, and Mrs. Robert Wells of Memphis. Frcdda Bourland * * * Miss Bourland Models Dress DENTON. — Miss Fredda Bourland, Texas Woman's University junior home economics education major from Quail, modeled a garment which she designed and constructed in the fifth annual Cone Mills and Titche-Goettinger's of Dal- las "Campus Fashions" show March 19. Miss Bourland's dress is a tissue gingham. It is a green and white plaid of dacron and cotton. Miss Bourland is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bourland of Quail. Mrs. Frances .Guthrie and children, Dana, Carla and Joel, of Fort Worth spent the past week end with her (parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. St)owell. Miss Molly Denley, a teacher in tflie Denver schools, spent the spring vacation here with her parents', Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Denley. The Girls Scouts of the USA was founded in 1912. Just Received Ladies Beautiful Spring Shoes Heels in Pink and Blue Patent — Yellow Tapestry Also white and bone, black patent, Red and Gunmetal We have plenty of both cured and canned Hams. Also hens and turkeys for your Easter Needs. FROZEN 5 Pounds — And Bags To Match! Plus Children's Shoes in Red, Bone, White, Black and Nude Patents. And For That Lovely Added Touch Let us Dye shoes to match your Easter Ensemble. 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