The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 2, 1964 · Page 3
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April 2, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

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AletuA THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 2, 1964 Senior Girls and Mothers Honored by B&PW at Traditional Spring Tea With their annual spring tea, members of the (Business and Professional Womens Oluib honored the senior giirls and the mothers of all seniors Tuesday evening, March 24 in the community building. The guest speaker was Miss Esther Sorenson of Wheeler, who for 27 years was supervisor of homemaking education in Area I. This was a return visit for Miss Sorenson who spoke recently before a group of business men and B&PW club members earlier in the year. Discussing "Your ILucky Star" for ,the girls, she gave a goal for each point of the star: beauty, a product of health, thought and character; goodness, which is personal behavior; wisdom, described iby the speaker as self discipline and discretion; happiness, that comes from sharing kindness, for everyone is lonely; and courage. Speaking of the last point, she urged the girls to have fadth and self confidence, Who's New in the — Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Howell of Clovis, N. M., are the parents of a daughter, Jennifer Christine, born March 23 in Clovis. Her weight was nine pounds, nine and three- fourths ounces. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 1). C. Thomason of Wellington and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell of Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Williams of Clinton, Okhu, arc the parents of twins, Sherry Lee, seven pounds and one ounce, and Jerry Dee, six pounds thirteen and one half ounces, born in General Hospital, Clinton. Grandparents are Elder and Mrs. Floyd Pittman of Vinson, and Mrs. Lenora Williams of Clinton. o question their convictions .nd be unafraid of change. Mrs. John Col em an, club resident, welcomed the .guests nd Mrs. William Barjenbruch gave as a musical selection "I now Who Holds Tomorrow." The girl of the month for March, Michelle Smith, was jresented by Mrs. Dee Coleman. Michelle, a senior in Wellington high school, is the laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Smith. Girls of the month already ;hosen were recognized and vere Vicki Killian, Ann Hen- rd, Rose Montgomery, Gail lenard and Patty Overton. Miss Edith Jackson recognized two club members as Women of the 'Month: Mrs. Luther ribWe, the February honoree, and Mrs. Jimmie Kelso, the March selection. Mrs. Byron Duncan was pi\)gram chairman. The tea tafole was covered with a yellow net cloth, while ".he centerpiece was an arrangement of daffodil>s> forsymthiia and pussy willow. Tall green ;apers in crystal holders were at the sides, and appointments were crystal. Guests registering were Miss Sorenson, Miss Smith, Elaine Bearden, Frances Warrick, Mary Beth Aaron. Patricia Bouchelle, Miss KilMan, Patsy McDanel, Miss Overton, Anne Henard, Carol Blain, Donna Allred, Gaiil Henard, Nancy Crawley, Jane Orr, Ann Orr, and Saundra Owens of Wellington, Margie DePauw and Jackie DePauw of Quail, and Joyce Alexander of Samnorwood, also Mrs. Herbert Bearden, Mrs. Bill Hatch. Mrs. Jerry DePauw Mrs. V. E. Warrick, -Mrs. J. D Aaron, Mrs. John Holton, Mrs Jerry Lacy, Mrs. M. J. Holfant Jr., Mrs. Pat Bouchel'le, Mrs J. B. Killian, Mrs. James Mc- Daiiel, Mrs. Forrest Overton Mrs. Richard IBailey, Mrs. John R. Henard, Jr., Mrs. L. E Ward, Mrs. Louis Allred, Mrs Ecld Henard, Mrs. Elvis Craw ley, Mrs. Burl Smith, Mrs. J L. Alexander, Mrs. J. M. Orr Mrs. Hubert Mauldin. Name District HD Delegates Col'lingsworbh County Home Demonstration Club women will participate in the District I Texas Home Demonstration Association annual 1 meeting in P'erryton Thursday, April 9. Voting delegates are Mrs. David Peters of the Homcmak- crs Club and county THDA chairman; Mrs. Bill Brewster, Dodson; and Mrs. Zook Thomas, Li Hie. A large group of other HD club members will attend. Of considerable importance this year will be the election of directors for the district, and state officers, approving resolutions the district committee will present before the state meeting. Fiancee of Wellington Man Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Kurc, 3301 Willis, Dallas, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Jodie Elaine, to Jack Leon Bawcom, 5503 Willis, Dallas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V. Bawcom of Route Two, Wellington. The couple will be married June 20 in the Little Chapel in the Woods on the campus of Texas Women's University, Denton. Miss Kurc is a student in the College of Nursing, Texas Women's University, Parkland Hospital, Dallas. Her fiance attends Parkland Hospital School of X-ray Technology. Largest known land animal is a 12-ton, 13-fool; 2-inch tall elephant bagged in Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 'Gibson and daughter, Patricia, of Hicksville, Long Island, New York, were week end visitors in the home of her brother, the Rev. and Mrs. Verrell Leeper and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wooldriclge and children of (Liberal, Kan., spent the Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Williams and Leslie Wooldridge. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Riley of Pampa visited Saturday andl Sunday with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. jBarney Glenn. Charles Welch, >a teacher in the Richknd H'itts school near Fort Worth spent the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Welch. HOC Council Meets Monday The Collingsworth County home demonstration council will meet Monday, April 13 to work out final plans for the food educational exhibits for the food and management meeting scheduled in mid-April. The meeting will get underway at 1:30 hi the office of Mrs. Kathryn Barjenbruch, home demonstration agent. Other business on the agenda will be the council outing and "Christmas in October." All club presidents, council delegates and council committee chairmen are due to attend the Monday meeting. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bura Hundley over Easter were her children, Mrs. Leland Bonneau and children of Plainview, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brock and Jill of Amarillo. Students attending North Texas State University at Denton, spending the Easter holidays with their parents were: Mary Graham, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Grover Graham; Sylvia McQueary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McQueary; Johnny Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ford; Harold Pigg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Pigg; and Lynn McLain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McLain. Students at North Texas State University, Denton, home for the holidays were Freddy Watkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Watkins; Butch 'White, son of -Mr. and Mrs. F. L. White Jr.; and Jerry Rainey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rainey. Week end visitors in the homes of Mrs. G. N. Scruggs, Mrs. Lowell Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Duncan and 'Mi-, and Mrs. John Holton were Mrs. Mildred Starr and Mr. and Mrs. Don Howington of Amarillo. SAVINGS AT HATCH DRY GOODS DURING DOLLAR DAYSFRI. Plus the Bonus of S&H Green Stamps Members were Mrs. Arlon Williamson, Mrs. Rob Isibell, Mrs.. A. V. Lowrie, Mrs. Steve Owens, Mrs. Raymond Patton, Mrs. Calvin Aaron, Mrs. Otis Emmert, Mrs. Barjenbruoh, Mrs. A. A. McQueary, Mrs. Kelso, Mrs. G. W. iLane, Mrs. John Justice of Olaren- don, Mrs. H. L. Jenkins, Mrs. Rufus Sweat, Mrs. Trusten Thomas, Mrs. Fred Watkins. Mrs. Harold Keller. Mrs. Gribble, Mrs. Drury Lacy, Mrs. Gorman Owens, Mrs. Louise Templeton, Mrs. Bura Handley, Mrs. Truman Estes, Mrs. Lowell Wells, Mrs. Byron Duncan, Mrs. Coleman, and Miss Bessie Rainer, Miss Rose Shadid, Miss Sara Jones and Miss Jackson. More Exotic Birds Due TYLER. — The Parks and Wildlife Department has announced that more exotic game birds, both gray francolins and red-legged partridges, will be released in March and April. Both species have been released (previously in McCulloch and Lavaca counties. Winter checks of the birds on both release areas sihow a good carryover. Biologists hope "that the spring release, made at a tjme when there is sufficient insect population for food supply, will mix adult birds of each species and produce some wild broods this year. UNBLEACHED DOMESTIC Ladies Summer Dress Shoes By Williams Red, White, Black and Bone k Price n*fc What's the excitement? It's the "Festival of Gas" RANGE SALE —special low prices on every gas range I Haven't you heard? Gas Range Dealers all over town are having a TERRY CLOTH WASH CLOTHS oo This is one sale I don't want to miss! I'm wrth you I Time we had a modern gas range. They're cool, clean and so automatic I You get a FREE Festival of Gas World Cookbook at all GAS RANGE DEALERS! Children's White Leather Dress Shoes i Price One group of Oxford Cloths, Seersuckers, Printed Rayon Crepes Values to $1.29 yd. FIRST QUALITY GUP TOWELS Bleached Flour Sacks 4 FOR $100 HEAVY BATH TOWELS Regular 79£ each 00 Hatch Goods

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