The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 26, 1964 · Page 8
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March 26, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 8

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Board Re-Elects Teachers of 3 City Schools Re-election of all member of the high school, junior (higl and elementary school faculties was announced 1 this week bj Supt. J. L. Harper. The election was completes by the board of trustees in two recent meetings, and th faculty of Booker T. Washing ton School will fee elected a the next meeting. These inchide: High school: Mrs. Ben Rat liff, Mrs. Bexnice Welch, Mrs Bob McAlister, Mrs. Jack Dur ham, Ralph Word, Mrs. J. D Coleman, Louis Graham, Mrs Lomiie Roberson, Danny Gar cia, James (Larson and C. A Crawford. Junior high: Mrs. Ralph Word 1 , Mrs. Chester Wlhjte, Mrs Rufusi Sweat, Harvey Millsap Mrs. Jack Davis, and Mrs. E D. Russell. Elementary school: Mrs. A A. McQueary, Mrs. Claude Savage, Mrs. J. I. Morgan, Mrs B. C. Duncan, Mrs. Lynn Carter, Mrs. Dan Henard, Mrs Gus Barton, Mrs. W. L. White, Mrs. Oleta Burquist, Mrs. Sain Thompson, Mrs. Vernon Peters and Mrs. R. B. Tucker. The board earlier in the year hired Mr. Harper; the three principals, E. W. Clement of high school; A. A. McQueary of junior high, and Jack Davis of elementary school; and the coaching staff: Don Beck, Harold Lamb and James Stavenhagen. t Mrs. Stafford — from page one She and Mr. Stafford iwere married at the home of her parents in 1905 by Min. W. C. Scruggs, one of the first Church of Christ ministers in the area. She was a member of the Church of Christ and a charter member of the Rebekah Lodge in Shamrock. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Sue Cotney of the home, and a son, Jack Stafford of Villa Platte, La 1 . There are four grandchildren and eight great; grandchildren. Mr. Stafford preceded her in death in 1956. St. Joseph's — from page one tions taken for the safety of the patients; there are good facilities and equipment to diagnose and effectively treat; pa- tients* illnesses; there are special hospital services to meet the patients' needs and there is an adequate and current medical library. 2. There is a qualified., competent medical staff. "Physicians granted the privilege of practicing on an accredited hospital staff meet the highest professional, legal' and ethical qualifications," Sister Adele pointed out. There is a well-trained nursing staff and adequate 'hospital personnel. 3. There is a well organized and responsible administrative body, headed by a liosipital administrator. Sister Adele explained that four national medical and hospital organizations comprise the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals which gives the certificate of accreditation. These are the American College of Physicians, American College of Surgeons, American Hospital Association, and American Medical Association. In the case of St. Joseph's and other small hospitals, not only i® a qualified resident medical staff maintained, but specialists in any field may be called if they are", needed. Seven nuns of the Dominican Order are assigned to St. Joseph's, headed by Sister Adele. The others are Sister Teresita, Sister Mary Lucy, Sister Rita, Sister Perpetua, Sister Doniini- cus, .and Sister Rose Therese, now a patient in the hospital. During 19G3, 2,240 (patients were treated in St. Joseph's Hospital, and while by far the majority came from Collingsworth county, they also represented a wide surrounding area. In addition to the Sisters, there are 24 er-.ployees' at St. Joseph's, far more than the average 29-bed hospital. In the office are Mrs. Lucian Beard'en, Mrs.. Charley Starkcy and Mrs. Louise Templeton. King Bowen is in charge of maintenance. In the nursing service field are Mrs. Kate Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Cole, Mrs. Jim Martin, Miss Lydiu Mendez, Mrs. Eulis Murdock, Mrs. Susie Messer, Mrs. M. W. Paschal, Mrs. J. K. Porter, Mrs. Nellie Poteet, Mrs. Barbara Reynolds, Mrs. Shirley Reynolds, and Mrs. Harris Royal, Mrs. Ernest Harwell is in charge of the x-ray work and laboratory. Ella Mae Jones and Beulah Powell are in charge of 'housekeeping. In the dietary department are Mrs. Avanell Courtney, Mrs. Pearl Gollihugh, Vera Bishop, Ruby Thomas and Harriett Adams. WHERE DODSON HAS WORSHIPPED Now standing side by side are the new and old buildings of the Dodson Church of Christ. The new brick structure at left was completed only .recently and is now in use. The old church, with its bell tower and bell, is of white frame construction and was built in 1910, shortly after the town was established. Ghost Business Quail Seniors Stage Comedy Thurs. Night "This Guest Business," a comedy in three acts, will toe presented toy the Quail senior class Thursday, March 26. Curtain time i® 8 ip.m. and ;he presentation .wifl (be in the ligh school gymnasium. The story concerns two cou- )les, who buy a Qakesi'de cot;age, only to learn the disturbing news from a neighbor New Club — from page one "You wall be asked to give some of your time, and you will be expected to work, and •ight now we are trying to put he unused talent and ability of our people to work to im>rove ourselves." A considerable portion of the meeting was given over to a liscussion of county needs and a review of industries secured by small towns of the southwest. The .location of Wellington' and ColHngsworth is good, it was pointed out. A frank and realistic ap- iroach was made of ColMngs- vorth's condition and needs. Sullivan pointed out that in- ome is of two types, primary nd secondary. Primary income, he explain- d, ds from such essential fousi- lesses as those that furnish ood, clothing, etc. Secondary income is derived rom items on which people ave a ohoice of (buying at ome or .buying out of town. "We are in competition not nly with our peojplle, but with people everywhere," he declared. "The job of this club is to increase the primary income and the secondary income depends on how good A job the merchants can do." Dues in the club are $5 per month and there is to be one meeting a month. Members joining at the meeting -Monday were Dr. J. M. Orr, Velman Warrick, Ployd Teutech, Hurshel Tyler, .Gerald Summei-ford, B. F. Chance, Paul Spillman, Jerry Nix, Dan Henard., Bob Goforth, Alvin Horton, Henry Sullivan, N. M. Higdon, Hubert Mauldin, Bill Hatch, Robert Lewis, George Shadid, Earl Finley, C. T. Hubbard, Bobo Castleberry, Denver Powell and Jack Aaron. that it is haunted 1 . Magnolia, the colored maid, threatens to leave because of this, then she believes she has killed a tramip with a catsup •bottle—ibut he later turns urn to "ha'nt" her. Only promoter for the ghost is the French maid, -wfho wants to talk to 'her dead uncle. Dwane Campbell and Jackie DePauw as Joe and Lora Hardy, and Johnny Carson and 1 Ann Baggett as Eddie and Mabel Canfield, are the new owners of Weary Rest;, bought from A. G. Stephens, played by Carroll Kennedy. Miss Effie Forrest, played by Margie DePauw, is the bearer of bad news. Kirby Ward takes the part of Magnolia; Robert Russell is Bill the tramp; and Eddie McGill is Mose. Agatha Wright is the French maid, Marie. New England —from page one "The size of the fields," Mr. Chase said. "I hear (people talking of plowing 50 acres a day with a tractor. I used to think if I plowed an acre a day with a horse I was doing well." "And there are no stones to plow around here," Mrs. Chase added. Both srvoke of the friendliness of Wellington people. Mr and Mrs. Ohase visited a son, David Chase, and his family at Garland before coming here, and they will return ;here. Their trip to and from Royalston is by jet. Moseley Heads — from page one Moseley. "More dollars will mean more research, more education, more service to pa- ;ients; more dollars will mean more people cured of cancer,' the chairman declared. Food-Fitness Meeting Set for April 16 Plans for ijhe county-Jwide Food for Fitness all-day program Thursday, April 16, were laid in a meeting of tihe food and nutritions subcommittee of the county program building committee Monday, March 23. •Guest speakers will be Miss Maeone Cox, food and nutrition specialist and Mrs. Eula Newman, home management specialist with the Extension Service. The place of the meeting and other arrangements will 1 be announced later. ^ There will be a morning session at 9 a.m., lunch at 12, an afternoon meeting at 1 p.m. and night meeting at 7, according to Mrs. Katlhryn Barjenbruch, home demonstration agent. 5 Schools —from page one yard relay, 60 yard high hurdles, 100 yard dash, 100 yard low hurdles, 660 yard run, 220 yard dash and 880 yard relay. The public is invited to come out and watch the youngsters n this event. t 150 Due •from page one janquet. During the short business session to be held during the evening, new officers will be ilected. Those who have served this year are Holland, president; Mrs. Hunt, secretary- reasurer; Lonnie Roberson, vice president. All three live n Dodson, Correction The dates in the Bowie St. Church of Christ ad appearing on page three should read "March 30 - April 3 stead of March 20 - April 3. in- CARPET CLEANER We take pride in announcing the City Grocery now has our product to serve you better. Chartier's Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner is well known in this community and has satisfied hundreds of users in the past. Call at the City Grocery and get the best of everything. CHARTIER CLEANERS THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 26, 1964 15 Year Term — from page one en away from Rodriguez. Martinez left the room, then returned immediately, and the slaying took place, according to Forbis. Texas law provides tlhiat a prisoner may be eligible for parole after serving one third of his sentence, or 15 years, whichever is less. Time off for good behavior comes off this. A prisoner is not necessarily (paroled after serving a .third of his sentence, however, as that will depend on tihe man himself, his attitude, 'behavior •and other factors entering into it. This means, then, that Gonzales will be eligible to be considered for parole after serving 15 years and Rodriguez after serving 5 years, less any t,ime credited for good behavior. 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