The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 26, 1964 · Page 7
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 26, 1964
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Rockets Take Lefors Track Meet March 14 The Wellington Skyrocket track team -won the Lefors meet Saturday, March 14, 'With a total of 123 (points. Lefors was second with 91. Here are the Rockets' iplacings: 100 yard' dash: Bryan Hatch, 4th, 10.3. 880 yard relay: 5th, 1:38.6: Kenneth Patterson, Wayne Barton, Ronnie Hurst and Jackie Duncan. Two-mile relay, first, 8:41.2: Dwayne Poteet;, Olan Moore, Lynn Wolf, and Tommy Yarbrough. .Mile relay: first, 3:39.1, Moore, Gary White, Ray Floyd, and Patterson. Mile run: Wolf, second, 5: 05.4. 180 yard low hurdles: Hatch, first, 22.; Danny Martin, second!, 22.1. 120 yard high hurdles: second, Hatch, .16.1; fifth, Martin, 17.6. 440 yard relay: fifth, Duncan, Hurst, Martin and Barton, 46.8. Sprint medley: sixth, Duncan, Hunst, White and Moore. Shot: third, Joe Rudy, 42'6". Discus: third, Rudly, 122'11". Broad jump: third, Patterson; fourth, White. Pole vault: second, tie, Patterson and Gary Bergvall, 9'6". Many Texas Vehicles Still Not Inspected AUSTIN.—Col. Homer Garrison, Jr., director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, reported today thair some 1,500,000 Texas vehicles have only until Wednesday, April 15 to be inspected as required by law. "In the remaining three weeks of the inspection period it is possible for the state's 5,100 licensed inspection stations to handle the last minute inspections only if motorists take 'their vehicles in immediately so there will be no delay periods between inspecting one vehicle and 'the next," he said. "From wow until the deadline, every minute of the inspection stations' time will be at a premium, and waiting fines will become general throughout the state as it approaches." Garrison urged Texans to avoid the inconvenience of waiting in line to get the safety inspection sticker for 1964 by taking immediate action. He said that (beginning Thursday, April 16, officers will be obliged to start handing out tickets for non-compliance with the Motor Vehicle Inspection Law which requires an annual inspection of vehicles. Anna Kay Kelso * * * Anna Kay Kelso to State FHA Member Wins Area Talent Contest Funeral for C. R. Kimbriel Held Sunday iF,uneral services for Clarence Rufus Kimbriel were conducted at the Kelso Chapel Sunday at 2 p.m. with Minister Grandol Forehand! officiating. Pallbearers were Bill iBlack, P. J. White, Roy 'Canada and Bob Barton. Burial was an West Wellington Cemetery by Kelso Fiiineral Home. •Mr. Kimbriel died in St. Joseph's Hospital Friday morning March 20. He entered the hospital on the preceding night. His home was at the Commercial Hotel and he had lived in .the county about four years. Prior to that he had lived at Alva, Okla., and in California. A farm worker, (lie was employed by P, J. White. Mr. Kimibriel was born Feb. 7, 1909, at Wetumka, OMa. No survivors could be located. California produces more fruit than any other state in the nation. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 26, 1964 NEW CARS AND TRUCKS Buck Martinda'le, Dozier — Chevrolet 4-door scdam Floyd D. Keller, Wellington —'Volkswagen. Mrs. J. A. Coleman, Dozier— Chevrolet 4-door sedan. Bill (Lackey, Wellington — Chevrolet sport coupe. G. H. Brewer, Wellington — Chevrolet Impala. Mrs. .Giibbs Glenn, Wellington —iBuick 4-door sedan. Gerald Summerford 1 , 'Wellington—Chevrolet sport coupe. A. B. Clark and Earl Clark, Wellingtons—Chevrolet pickup. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Trustee's deed: Roy C. Snodgrass Jr. to Southeastern Fund —lots 21, 22, 23 and 24, block 11, Wellington. E. M. Hunter and wife to Clifton E. Hunter and others— NW/4 section 84, -block 14. NEWS OF MEN IN SERVICE SHEPPARD AFB.— Kenneth L. Moody, son of Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Moody of Rt. 1, Wellington, has been promoted to airman second class in the United States Air Force. Airman Moody is assigned to the ' 494th Combat Defense Squadron here. He is a graduate of Quail high schoof. CARE For Those You Love Thomas Nursing Home 1200 Fifteenth St. Wellington, Texas automatically on;'soaks heavily P soiled clothes! Model LKA 560-1 Super Wash gets diapers, work and play clothes really clean. Two washing speeds. Built-in dispenser filter blends in detergent, filters out lint. ORDER MAT NO. 2N4-106, 2-col. x 4". Features model LKA 560-1 automatic washer. B&B ELECTRIC We Service What We Sell Fire by wood friction produced by three different methods: the saw, the plow or the drill. Anna Kay Kelso, WHS junior and third year homemaking student, (placed first in the talent contest at the Area I Future Homemakers of America meeting in Amarillo Saturday, March 21. Her contest number was a monologue, "Her First Voice Lesson." As area winner, Anna Kay will compete in the state contest later this spring. Second place winner was Jan Hood of Lubbock, and third, Paula Broad-well of Plainview. Junior Track Team Competes at Quanah Wellington's junior high track team participated in the Quan ah elementary and junior nig? meet Saturday, March 14, an won a total of 55 (points. Winners were: 440 yard relay, fifth, Johnnj Vaughan, Joe Brock, Terrj Hannah and Tony Gonzailes time 59.3 seconds. 60 yard high hurdles, fifth Joe Brock, 10.6. 100 yard low hurdles, second Johnny Vaughan, 13.9. High jump, fourth, Joe Brock 1" . Broad jump, third, Johnnj Vaughan, 14'7%". Discus, second, Jerry Wooldridge, 77'5". 1320 yard relay, third, Vaughan, Hannah, 'Gary Brewei and Ricky Brown, 3:26.5. 8th Grade 120 yard low hurdles, third Jimmy iBfack, 16.1. Discus, second, Mike Gilmore 116'8y 2 ". . Register Forms and Snap-A-Parfs Printed with Your Heading or Blank Heading Forms Portable and Standard Registers. Wellington Leader Phone 447-2414 Anna Kay is 17 and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Kelso. S(he has been doing pantomime numbers since she entered high school and j's a popular entertainer for civic and club meetings. Twenty-one Wellington FHA members were among i^he 3,000 attending the Amarillo meeting. These were Linda Karnes> Vicki Killian, Patricia Bouchelle, Rose Montgomery, Viclf- Mayhugh, Karen Childress, Connie Null, Linda Sikes, Patsy McDanel, Judy Millsap, LaJuanda Peters, Patricia Wilson, Charlotte Gibte, Mitzie Hartman, Glenda Lancaster, Marsha Tyiler, Mildred Lewis, Lavelle Harper, Anna Kay Kelso, Jan Lindsey and Mary Martin. Accompanying the girls were Mrs. Dee Coleman, home economics instructor, and Mrs. Kelso, Mrs. Wayne Cudd, Mrs. Pat Bouchelle, and Mrs. David Peters. Our Easter Menu Starts With Savings 49* 39* NIGHT'S WORK A .burglar broke into a Copenhagen, Denmark, lumber yard, but was caught the next morning when someone found him asleep in the boss' swivel chair. Butt Half Shank Whole Pork Chops ST39? 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