The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 2, 1964 · Page 4
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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 2, 1964
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—Wellington Studio Photo Mrs. K. V. Willard, Jr. , * * * Miss Wilkerson, K. V. Willard Jr., Marry in Home Ceremony on Sat. Wedding vows were spoken •by Miss Patsy Ruth Wilkerson and K. V. WiMard Jr. of Amarillo in a ceremony pei-form- ed at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Wilkerson at 8 o'clock Saturday evening, March 28. The Rev. Franklin Burns of the Assembly of God officiated. The parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mm K. V. Willard of Wheeler. The double ring ceremony was performed before an arch covered with jade leaves, accented with a large white satin bow at the top. Lighted topers in tall candeflabras were at the sides. Mrs. Euris Phipps of Amarillo, sister of the bride, played organ music during the ceremony, and with their brother, Billy Wilkerson, . sang traditional wedding selections. Mr. Wifkerson gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a fitted suit of white lace over taffeta. The jacket was made with a dainty turned back collar and three- quarter sleeves, a<bove a straight skirt. Her white pillbox hat 'held a circular illusion nose veil. The /bride carried a bouquet) of white carnations tied with satin streamers. Miss Carolyn Wilkerson was maid of honor. She wore a charcoal striped suit and her corsage was of white carnations. Glynn Lane of Amarillo, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was best man, and candles were lighted by Billy Wilkerson, the bride's ibrother. A reception followed the ceremony. The bride's table was laid with a white lace cloth over green and the centerpiece was the bride's bouquet. At oaoh side were candiles in antique double crystal holders, and appointments were crystal anc si'lver. Mrs. Troy Stagings poured while Mrs. Glynn Lane sister of the bridegroom, served the cake. As the couple left on theii wedding 'trip to Kansas City the bride wore her wedding dress, to which she added ibhie accessories, and a carnation corsage. Upon returning they will be at home at 904B Pittsburg Street, Amarillo. The bride attended the Well Ington schools and Southwest em Assembly of .G,od Bible Ool lege at Waxahachiie, and was graduated from the Don L Beauty Academy in Hollis-. A .graduate of Wheeler high school, the bridegroom servec three years in the army and i employed at Firestone Retreac in Amarillo. Party Honors LaQuJta Martin Miss LaQuita Martin wa: honored at a surprise birthday •party March 30 'by Bobby Motsenbocker and Miss Vicki May hugh. This was Miss Martin'; seventeenth birthday. The group met ait, the Dairy Mart and then went to -Miss Martin's home for the party Games, records and refresh ments were enjoyed by all. Attending were Misses Janie Jones, Linda Karnes, Margie and Jackie DePauw, Shirlej M'otsenibocker, Patricia Bou chelle, Judy Campbell and Lora Jean Mai-tin. Also Louis Wilkerson, Rich ard Keller, iLyndal Bowen, G.ra ham Bowen, Tommy Thomas Billy Thomas, Garry Martiu, and the host and hostess. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 2, 1964 Engagement of Miss Carter, Arthur Woods Jr. Announced at Reception Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Carter vere hosts at a reception in ;heir home near Wellington on Saturday evening, March 28, to announce the engagement of iheir daughter, Andrea Lynn, to Arthur Hopkins Woods Jr. of Pine Bluff, Ark. The event also was to introduce Mr. Woods to their friends here. The parents of Miss Carter's Coffee Honors Mrs. E. M. Trey/ Mrs. E. M. Trew, a former resident now living in Fort iVorrtjh was honored as a cof- 'ee Wednesday morning, March 25 in the home of Mrs. Doshia Dix. Friends calling were Mrs. iharles Slay, Mrs. J. L. Burt, Mrs. John Trew, Mrs. W'. W. VfcOlaskey, Mrs. C. T. Donnett, Mrs. R. W. Brantley, and 'Mrs. orailee McCarley of Purcell, Okla. The honoree, Mrs. E. M. Trew, is spending a week in ;he home of her brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Trew. WMU Circles Hold Visitation The Circles of First OBajptist Church WMU met in the homes Monday and Tuesday, March 30 and 31, before members ibegin a series of visitations'. Each circle had a short prayer service and read the calendar of prayer. Members returned for reports and refreshments. fiance are Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Hopkins Woods of Indi- anohi, Miss. The couple will Ibe married Saturday, May 30, at the First Methodist Church in Wellington. A sophomore in West Texas State University, Miss Canter also attended McMurry College in Abilene after graduating from high school here. Mr. Woods was graduated from McMurry College with a degree in biology and is now with the Arkansas State Health Department. The reception table Saturday evening was laid wnith a white linen cloth and the centerpiece was of Easter lilies and candles. Appointments 'were crystal. Mrs. A. ID. Elliott and Mrs, Orville Vaughan served the guests. Friends called from 8 to 10 o'clock. Porter Family Meets Monday Mrs. R. L. Porter Sr. was hostess Monday, March 30 a an Easter dinner for her fam ny. The dinner was' served a noon and the day was spen visiting. Attending were the Rev. am Mrs. R. L. Porter Jr. and) chil dren, Danny Kim and Mrs. Garj Everett of Lubbock; Mr. an Mrs. J. K. Porter, George, Ken neth and Scott; Mr. and! Mrs. D. C. Lacy; Mr. and Mrs. Don Lacy, Lana Kaye and day Don and Mr. 'and Mrs. Denzil iLacy. Mrs. Frank Hajek had alt of her children and' grandchildren in her home for Easter. They were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hajek, Bill, Kenneth and Ray, of Midland; Mr. and Mrsi. Bill Hajek, Theresa, Curtis and Anthony of Childress; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hajek. Jeanne, Connie and J. <C., of Abilene. Mrs. Ruth Hill and Bill Rainer Marry in Quiet Ceremony Recently Miss Margie PePauw * * * DePauw-Keller Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Jerry DePauw of Quail are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margie, to Richard Lee Kefler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Keller. The couple will be married at the Bowie Street Church of Christ in Wellington Thursday, June 4, at three o'clock in the afternoon. AH friends of the couple are invited. Miss DePauw is a senior in Mrs. Ruth Hill and Ball B. Rainier were married an a quiet ceremony at two o'clock Saturday afternoon, March 21, in the home of his sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Richards. The Rev. Davis- Edens officiated at the dtouible ring ceremony, which was attended! by members of their families. The bride, who has made her home in Wellington for several years, is the daughter of Mrs. Margartje Schulze of Berlin, Germany. Mr. Rainer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rainer of Wellington. For her wedding, the bride wore a 'blue jumper dress with a wihite blouse and! white accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations. Miss Bessie Rainer, sisiter of the bridegroom, was the bride's attendant. EaTl Finlley was best man. Following the ceremony, the guests were s«rved) wedding cake and punch. The serving table was laid with a lace cloth and appointments were crystal. Since returning from a short Quail high school. Her fiance is a graduate of Quail high school. wedding trip to Amarillo, the couple is at home at 1004 Dai- dart Street. Mrs. Rainer received! her education in Berlin, Germany. She is now employed at O&H Pharmacy. Mr. Rainer, >a graduate of Wellington high school, is employed at City Grocery. Hall Singers Meet Sunday The Hall County Singers will hold their regular first Sunday singing April 5 at the new community (building in Memphis, beginning at 2 'p.m. The community building is located one iblock west and one south of the courthouse. Bro. E. F. Cook of Fort Worth will be present, as well as visitors from Amvarillo and 1 other surrounding towns. The public is invited, according to Mrs. J. F. Mclntushj secretary-treasurer. Don Rabum, manager of the Chamber of Commerce at Farmers Branch, and Sam Raburn, of Dallas, spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Raburn, and Miss Virda Raburn. Horns Visit South Texas Mr. and Mrs. Roy Horn returned recently from '«. two weeks visit in south Texas. They visited 1 in Houston with their son, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Horn and family and with Mrs. Horn's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wells and 1 family. While there they attended the Houston Symphony amd visited the Azalea Trail. The most enjoyable thing they saw was the Governor Hogg Estate. The Horns saw and talked to several 1 former Wellington residents, including Marcellus Carpenter, George McCauley, and Mr. and -Mrs. Allen Harper, who live in Edinburg. Who's New in the Wellington Area Students attending Texas Technological College at Lubbock spending Spring vacation with their parents were Bob Sanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanford; Vicki Glenn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Glenn; Ann Coleman, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Joe Coleman; and Mike Dillon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Savage. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oney and Susan and Bruce sipenti Easter in Paduoah with her mother, Mrs, W'. J. Coble. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lancaster had as their Easter visitors Mrs. Edna Lancaster of Portales, N.M., -Mr. and Mrs. Rass King of Holiday, and Mrs. Carl Yemen of Shamrock. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dunnihoo of Arlington spent Easter with her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey and Tim and Ted (•••••••••••••••1) Dr. M. V. Cobb Chiropractor BL 6-1133 310 South Main Shamrock, Texas Dr. Chester L Harrison Optometrist CONTACT LENSES 813 West Avenue On West Side of Square I will be at my office each Tuesday and Friday Phone 447-5830 Wellington At The Fabric and Hobby Shop Pajamas FABRICS 3 Yards of material Girls Batiste Baby Doll Pajamas in pastel colors, sizes 4-14 $2.98 value Girls Panties TOWELS Floral Towels. 20 x 40 1 table girls panties sizes 2-14 2 for $100 Miss Willie Fae Newman * * * Former Quail Girl to Wed Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newman of Whitney are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Willie Fae, of San Antonio, to Lawrence -Maulclin of Jasper, Ala. The 'bride and her family formerly lived at Quail, where she was graduated from high school. She also was graduated from Johnson Beauty School and is 'presently attending San Antonio College. Her fiance is tihe son of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Mauldin of Jasper, Ala. He was graduated from Ourry high school and Walker College, and is now stationed at Fort Sam Houston. A fall wedding ia planned. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wauer of Pueblo, Colo., sipent Easter with their parents/ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Patton and Mr. amd Mrs. Joe Wauer. The couipJe moved from Lubbock to PuctWo at mid-term, when he completed his work for a degree at Texas Tech. Lunchroom Menu Monday, April 6: Sliced pork with gravy, seasoned green •beans, cabbage and apple salad, whipped (potatoes, hot rolls' and butter, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Tuesday, April 7: Chicken fried steak with cream gravy, mashed potatoes, green pea salad, hot roffis and butter, plum jelly, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Wednesday, April 8: Potato and onion soup with crackers, cheese toast, ripe olives, raw apple, beatnik cake, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Thursday, April 9: Hamburger meat loaf witih gravy, whiip- ped potatoes, sweet-isour mixed' greens, carrot sticks, oorribreatl, strawberry tarts with whip topping, half pint milk or chocolate miilk. Friday, April 1 10: Navy beans with ham, corn on the cob with •butter, tossed green salad, cornbread squares, banana log, half pint milk or chocolate milk. SPECIAL Fri. - Sat. — Mon. 1 Pair Boys SLACKS Values to $7.98 1 Boys DRESS SHIRT Value to $3.98 Sizes 2 to 12 Both for only Town & Country Store EAST SIDE SQUARE Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hernandez are the parents of a son, Steve Guahardo, born March 25 in St. Joseph's Hospital. His weight was seven pounds, four and one-half ounces. RITZ Phone 447-2575 Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. A-MY Sport Clothes Girls & Ladies Sport Clothes in Knits, Dacron & Cotton in new Spring styles. NEW SPRING FABRICS Large selection of Spring Materials, Drip- Dry, Seersucker in Dacron and Cotton and Acetate and Cotton, Silk, Laces, Embroidery in cotton and nylons, Fortrel polyester and Arnell, Whipped Cream in solids and prints. Seam binding, bias tapes and ricrac ____________ Play Clothes Girls and Boys Play Clothes in Knit and Cotton. Ideal for now and all summer long Baby Clothes Shop in our Baby Department for your baby needs and gifts. We carry mena and boys Hanes underwear, pajamas and Banlon socks. Register tor Free Dress Length Fabric & Hobby Shop Mrs. John Ingram Mrs. J. J. Owens Phone 447-2523 Sun.-Mon.-Tues. A-MY DEAN MARTIN ASKS THE HOTTEST QUESTION OF THE DAY: "Who* Been steeping in My Bed?" > JACK ROSt rofccuo <*•""• ELIZABETH Htm *l MONTGOMERY WISAH STJOHN CMOL BURNETT A PARAMOUNT BFIF4RF Wed., April 8th Bargain Nile ROBERT HIDDIETON-MARIE WINDSOR & -* EDSAI IWUNW-EDlUn flUH-»f WHEEI A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE

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