The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 26, 1964 · Page 5
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March 26, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 5

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Fred Alexander WHS Graduate Alexander Receives College Appointment THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) Thursday, March 26, Fun in Store Norwood Juniors To Present Play The -Samnorwood junior class will present a three act farce, "The Real McCoy," Friday night, April 3, in the .gymnasium. The story is about the uproar in the Thomas household when a famous poet} has ibeen invited by Mrs. Thomas. Everyone realty gets in a hustle when they hear the news. The mother, Agatha Thomas, portrayed by Jo Nell Breeding, is a scatter-ibrained lover of poetry who causes the family much misery. Nancy Hill plays Fred J. Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Alexander of Wellington, has 'been appointed Director of Admission® at Michigan Christian College where he serves also as head •of the music department tand director of <t]he college A Capella chorus. Alexander was active in the .student life of Wellington (public school's, serving as student leader in many areas. He re- ceived tihe B.A. and M.Ed, degrees from Abilene Christian College and has done post graduate work at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich. He is one of the "pioneer" faculty members of the Michigan Christian College in Rochester, Mich. He is married to the former Claudette Harris of Walnut Rfdge, Ark., and the father of two children, Joe and Beverly. Welding Short Course Planned April 6 to 8 A welding course for farmers and other men interested will be given at the Wellington vocational ag building 'Monday through Wednesday, April 6, 7 and 8. Danny Garcia, ag instructor, wifll teach the course. Classes will start at 7:30 p.m. and last about 10:30. Little League Quail-Wellington Cage Game Aids Baseball A basketball game .to benefit Little League ibasetball gets under way at the high school gymnasium Thursday, Mardh 26 at 7:30 p.m. when the men's .and women's teams from Quail meet tyiose from Wellington. Bob Crawford, Little League president, is handlin/g arrangements. Boy Scouts are helping sell tickets and will receive a portion of the sales. •Crawford pointed out that all the Little 'League's part will go to help promote the youth baseball program this summer, including the purchase of new equipment and other improvements for the expanded program. A number of players have been working out for more than & week, but Crawford announced that anyone else wishing to play can do so simply by coming to tfhe game ready to go on the court. Among the members of the women's teams are, Wellington: Mrs. Hezze Jones, Mrs. Ham Holton, Mrs. Edd Henard, Mrs. Ted (Brock, Mrs. Richard Nail, Mrs. Wayne Martin, Mrs. Bill Cummhigs, Mrs. Paul Guthrie, Mrs. Barney Glenn, and Mrs. Earl Ford. Quail women: Mrs. Delberfc White, Mrs. Roy Canada, Mrs. Earl Patterson, Mrs. Ronald Kersten, Mrs. N. E. Childers, Mrs. Dan Hiett, Mrs. Dale Ratliff, Mrs. Earl Davis., Mrs. John The short course is still open for ifchose who have not yet signed up. Those attending should bring scrap metal with which to work. Drama Students at Kiwanis Mrs. Bob McAlister, high school speech instructor, presented a group of her students in a program for the Kiwanis dub at its luncheon meeting Friday, March 20. They gave 'brief (parts of three one-act plays which were given in ipublic performance Monday evening. These were "Quiet Please," "The Dear Departed," and "Now That April's Here." The latter was presented on Tuesday in the Initerscholastic League one-act play contest at Canadian. the part of Mrs*. J. Quincy Duval, who is a very high society rival of Mrs. Thomas. Gus Smith, (played by David 1 Kindrick, is the local barber who comes to help Mr. Thomas to teach his wife a lesson. Dean Tate portrays Mr. Thomas, who hates poetry in the worst way. He is known to have a complex. Jane Thomas, a teenager is played by Shirley Mayberry, and is the real cause of all tne uproar. Sharon Mayberry plays Jane's sister, a young college student who also loves poetry. Johnny Johnson, (Betty's fellow, is pteyed by Lloyd Stice. He tries' to help but it just seems that no one appreciates him. Freddie Thomas, the apple of the Thomas's eye is interested in (becoming a doctor. His pranks with the maid seem to keep his mother dn a real mess. Freddie is played by Billy Wiscfhkaemper. Georgie ArnoM, a neighbor girl who is trying to help Jane get outj of trouble, is played by Mary King. Nancy Alexander plays the ipart of Bertie, the maid, who threatens to leave the Thomas's home because of the pranks that are played on her by Freddie. Gary Hiett is stage manager nd master of ceremonies. Nany Hill is publicity chairman. tfrs. Selba Rainey is slponsor f the junior class. Extra char- cters will be played >by girls rom other classes. Ice cream and cake will be old after the play. There will e no intermissions. Everyone is invited to attend and help the Thomas's 'hunt for The Real McCoy." Want Ad Information Rates On Classified and Legal Notices Minimum Charge $1.00 Minimum (cash in advance) 75< Per word, 1 insertion 4e Each subsequent insertion — 3e Display in Classified Section, per inch __ $1.00 Phone 447-2414 We acknowledge with grate- ul appreciation the kind acts and words of sympathy of 'riends and neighbors in our ,ime of sorrow. God bless everyone who had a. part in any WATER STUDY Texas Water Commission has launched a massive study >to determine 'how much water is underground in 35 Central Texas counties 'between the Red and Alf Thomas, and Mrs. Bay-j the Colorado Rivers. mond Neeley. I Here are the men who lhave practiced so far: Wellington, Bob Crawford, Kenneth Martindale, John Coffee, Paul Gutjh- rie, Wayne Martin, Glen Lacy, Quinton Brewer, Randall! Scott, Richard Nail, Don Beck, and James Stavenhagen. Quail men wlw> have been announced so far are Gano Wilson, Jack Neeley, Raymond Horton and Raymond Neeley. Approximately 85 per cent of the Angora goats dn the U.S. are in Texas. Legal Notice Amarillo Blood Bank 73 Norwood Lions Are Blood Donors LEGAL NOTICE TEXAS ELECTION LAWS — 1963-1964 EDITION Art. 13.18. There shall be for each po- itical party required t>y law to old primary elections for nom- nation of its 1 candidates, ounty executive committee in ach county, to be composed oJ a county chairman and one nemiber from each election pre- cinot in- such county. Each jommitteeman shall be dhair- Thirteen members of Samnorwood Lions Cluto each donated a pint of blood t;o the Amarillo Wood bank recently, paying back a part of the blood given the wife of a fellow Lion under treatement for leukemia. Mrs, James Throcfcmorton of Dozier was a patient at the Wadley Blood Center in Dallas nd received a large quantity f blood as part of her treat- 45 on Norwood Honor Roll for Six Weeks Forty-five boys and girls were listed on the Samnorwood elementary school honor roH for the six-weeks period, Loyd Stephens, principal, announced this week. Fifteen were on tho A roll. First grade, A roll: Cheryl Dwyer, Teresa Ray, Kim Stephens, Robin Waters; B roll: Darryl Bast, Jan Bentley, Maria Chapa, Douglas Coleman Ramona Lara, Elaine Purkey and Jackie Sunber. Second .grade, A roll: John Morgan, Mark Simpson. Phillip Wisdhkaemper, Michael Oldham B roll: Bradley Carter, HaraM Hill, Kim Martindale, Danie Martinez, Mary Zermino, and Joel Rainey. Third grade, A roll: Lyna Coleman, Diane Canto-ell, Ann Dwyer, Kyle Janes, Conni Knoll, Rosa Oldham; B roll Randall Garner, /Lena King. Fourth grade, A roll: Ste P'hen Rankin; B roll: Brend Bentley, Dtbra Deger, Rockj Under the hospital arrangement, this iblood may be re- laced at tihe blood' ibank in ^marillo. ILdons Club donors were Tom arker, Orville Cunningham, Jutch Tate, Jimmy Breeding, ohn C. Breeding, W. R. Breed- ng, Donald Coleman, E. E. Darrow, Nig Purkey, Rev. E. ,. Rankin, Don Van Pelt, Loyd tephens and Ralph Owens. Quail YH Group to Norwood Members of the Quail Young lomemakers Chapter went) tc Samnorwood Thursday night Vfarch 19, to explain their or anization to young women o ;hat area. Mrs. Delbert White, president, led a discussion on the purpose of the Young Homemakers, their special activities., and qualifications for membership. Going from Quail were Mrs. Donald Langley, Mrs. Roy Canada, Mrs. N. E. Childers, Mrs. White and Mrs. Monty Mitchell the chapter advisor. Cards of Thanks 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. For Sale SALE—Gains and ammunition. Gunsmithing. Buy, sell r trade. Guns wanted, any condition. Western Gun Shop, 1405 St. 34-tfc !LEAN, IRRIGATED, FER- TILized Bermuda Sprigs. Jeorge Weatherbee, WE 7-3320 Jhildress, Texas. 34-6c 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. Dulbs, vegetables and bedding plants. Strong's 447-2345. Flowers. Pho. 33-tfc For Ethan Allen Treasury ot Early American Furniture SIMMONS FURNITURE Hollis, Okla. 17-tfc ARE YOU PLANNING TO DRILL AN IRRIGATION WELL? Let us discuss with you the advantages of a long- term low-cost Federal Land Bank Loan. See Rayburn L. Smith on Tuesdays and Fridays. 4-tfc FOR TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES — Repair, rebuilt machines, also rib- oons for most machines, see Roy M. Horn. 7-tfc I 1 640 A, 227 tilled, 413 grass, 40 cotton, 65 wiheat, 95 soi bank, 3 more payments, Im proved. 29% down, owner car ry balance. Williams Real Es bate, Wellington, Texas. Phone 447-6506. 36-lp HAVE THIS ONE LEFT. Real nice 2-BR, garage, cellar. (•Sickness) must sell. Already financed. Make offer. Williams, 447-5506. 36-lp 320 A land on pavement, y 2 minerals go^ 113 wheat, 51 cotjton, 92 feed base. Non-resi- d'ent. Want to sell. Ask for The family of P. E. Lowrie. I would like to take this opportunity' to express my thanks for the kindness and deep sympathy slhown our Mother and family during the recent illness and death of our 'ather, Preston E. Lowrie. We wish 'tjo thank one and all of our many friends and neighbors, your kindness will >e .a fond remembrance in our learts always. Yours truly, Mrs. Leslie Teter and family of !Longmont, Colo.; The A. V. Lowrie family of Dodson; The J. M. Lowrie family of Weatiherford, Okla.; The E. J. Lowrie family of Crosbyton, Tex.; The T. B. Wilkiws family of Amarillo. price. Phone Texas. Williams 447-5506, Real Estate. Wellington,, 36-lp FOR LEASE—55 acres cotton, $20 per acre. G. N. Davis, phone 447-2570. 36-lp 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, Amarillo 35-8p SPECIALS New GMC 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. Deger, Ray Kirkland, and Joe Stice. Fifth grade, B roll: Larry Waters, Mary Schau ; b, Richard SBarker, Larry Oldham. Sixth grade, B roll: Johnny Breeding, Ray Dwyer, Kim Janes, Gharlotjte Kincannon, Laura Whitson. nan of his election precinct The county chairman and the committeemen shall be electee >y majority vote at the pri mary elections every two years .he county chairman by th qualified voters of the wfhole county, and the precinct chairmen by the qualified voters of ;heir respective election precincts. If in any race no candidate receives a majority of she votes at the general primary, a runoff election for the office shall .be held at the second (primary election. The county chairman shall assume the duties of their respective offices on Saturday following the runoff primary immediately after the committee has declared the resoilts of the runoff primary election, You may vote for the Precinct Chairman of your choice for each election precinct 'by write-in in the blank space on the official ballot under Precinct Chairman'. Present Precinct Chairmen are as follows: Precinct No. 1, South Wellington—Richard Bailey. Precinct No. 3, North Wellington—Rufus Sweat. Precinct No. 4, Samnorwoodi -A. M. Oldham. Precinct No. 5, Quail—Zook Thomas. Precinct No. 7, Dodson—Lee White. Precinct We wish to express our sincere appreciation and thanks for the many kindnesses slhown us and for the '.beautiful flowers, the food and cards of sympathy sent ,by our many friends at the time of the death of our loved one. May God Ibless each of you. The family of Winnie Dowdy Harrison. FOR SALE—1948 F.ord pickup, 4 speeds, 8 cylinder. Good condition, good for work car or pickup. See Richard Owens. 447-9881. 36-lc 2 JBR, .garage, store room. Carpeted. Real nice, good location. Trade down. Call Williams 447-5506. 36-lp FOR SALE—White formal size 14. worn once. See or call Mrs. Denzil Lacy or Mrs. Tom Wilson at Quaiil. 36-4c 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 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 & FENDERGRASS 709 Ennis St., Wellington Phone 447-5607 22-tfc A&D Farm Supply WELLINGTON, TEXAS 35-2c Services TRY GOLDEN STAR carpet slhampoo. Use shampooer FREE. Cleans rugs, draipes^ upholstery safely. Sullivan Hardware & Furniture. 35-lc FOR SALE—Lahonton Alfalfa seed. Aphid resistant. Germination 94%. C. E. Caldwell, 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, PORTABLE DISC ROL'LING, one-ways, and tandems, at your place. Yeager at Buick. 36-2c FOR ANY KIND of water well drilling or repair work, Ph. BL 6-1905. B. T. Johnston, 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 'S Free Estimates Prompt Service Expert Work Brown Paint & Body Shop Phone 447-5505 We wish to express our ;hanks and gratitude to t]he Wellington Fire Department and to all others who fought the fire in our pasture recent- y. Your efforts saved part of the grass. R. L. .and E. B. Seale. Texas. 35-2p Political Calendar IT COSTS NOTHING- to use a Blue GLustre Carpet Sham- pooer with purchase of Blue Lustre Shampoo. S&R Hard- AUTHORIZED SINGER sales and service. Sewing machines, vacuum cleaners. Free demonstration dn your home. Your business appreciated. Contact Wellington Studio. 34-3p 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 ware & Appliances. 35-lc FOR SALE—90 x 150 ft lot. Bratten Addition. Office 4472535. Residence 447-5435 after 5 p.m. Heber or Nita iBrantley. 35-3p No. 8, Dozier — Donald Coleman. Precinct No. 11, Marella — N. E. Childers. Precinct No. 12, Lutie — Willie Knoll. G. B. HOPPER, Chairman, Democratic Executive Committee. 36-2c 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 Free. 1 WOODROW WOOD For Commissioner Prec. 3 J. C. EMMERT FOR SALE—640 acres, 8 mites southwest of Wellington. Nice, modem house and several outbuildings. Half mineral rights. Mrs. Mamie Wiseman, 5808 Princess Jeanne, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Telephone 268-8052. 35-3c FOR SALE—Red Canna bulbs, Mr. President, $1.00 doz. See custodian at First Metihodist Church or call 447-2615. 35-2p Water Well Drilling Well Servicing Pull Irrigation Pumps call James Wilson 447-2721 or Harold Scott 447-2713 31-tfc FOR SALE—Midland Bermuda aprigs. Machine dug. A, L. White, phone EX 3-4441 or Ralph Freeman, EX 3-4338, Sentinel, Okla., 9 miles north 2% east of (Lone Wolf, Okla. 34-8c For Sale Choice lots in Bratten Addition. 100 ft. frontage, 146 ft. deep. Corner and inside lots available. Paved Streets, Utilities already installed. L. B. Bratten Phone 447-5806 36-4c WET ACID Delinting Service Cottonseed cleaned, Graded, bagged. Phone 447-2585 Wellington Cottonseed Delinting Co. Dick Sweat, Mgr. 31-tfc Bulldozing Terracing Grading Harold Elbert 48-tfc Helpy-Selfy Wet Wash or Dry Wash LANCASTER LAUNDRY 706 Belton MONUMENTS: WILLIS-FELLOW QUARRY GRANITE, OKLA. FACTORY PRICES Only 52 Miles Call collect KE 9-2184 or send letter & we will call on you. tfc WE MAKE gates, nay racks, automatic feeders and calf tables. Oran Starkey, intersection Highways 83 and 203. Phone 447-2578. 21-tfc for Rent FOR RENT—Nice apartment, close in, newly painted an 1 refinished. 1000 East Avenue. Call 447-5731 or 447-2073. 30-lip FOR RENT—3 bedroom house, partially furnished. Sam Hollingsworth. 36-lp FOR RENT—3-bedroom house close to school. $35.00 per month. Phone 447-5403. 36-lp Lost LOST—4 Hereford cows, branded J on right side, or JJ— on left hip. J. C. Hartman, phone 447-5456. 36-lc Or. M. V. Cobb Chiropractor BL 6-1133 310 South Main Shamrock, Texas Business Opportunities MEN OR WOMEN TEACHERS wanted in Wellington, Samnorwood or Quail for summer work. Write Jim Richardson. 2040 Hughes, Amarillo, Texas. 36-5p Business Opportunity We Service TV Sets ALL MAKES Prompt Service Whites Auto Store Phone 447-2141 9-tfc FOR SALE COMPLETE READY-MIX CONCRETE PLANT MANGUM, OKLAHOMA Complete Ready-Mix Plant ready for immediate operation. Equipment consists of: Concrete Batcher Plant, Eleectric Power 28 x 40 Sheet Iron Plant Building 12x16 Frame Office Building Cement Elevator, Electric Power Two—2-ton Mixer Trucks IHC Tractor and Loader 3/4 Ton Pickup with welder Bids will be accepted at First National Bank, Mangum, Oklahoma until April 10, 1964. Cashier's Check for 10% of Bid Price to accompany bid. Seller reserves the right to reject all bids. 36-2c

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