The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 2, 1964 · Page 7
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 2, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER - T , Thursday, April 2, 1964 Loyd Lanqley President 135 Quail Ex-Students Gather for Reunion Approximately 135 forme students of Quail schools and their guests came home fo the annual Ex-Students baroque Saturday night, March 28. There was a short (program followed by ..a .business meet Ing, but most of <the 'evening was given over to visiting a reminiscing. Loyd Langley of Quail was elected 1964 president .to sue ceed CKff Dollar of Amarillo. Other new officers are Jero Morris of Quail, vice president Patsy Aaron Ratliff of Wellington, secretary; and Eva Creedi Gosnell of Wellington treasurer. Other outgoing officers are Leroy Brown, vice president; Patsy White Gresham, secretary; and B. C. (Boots) Graham, treasurer. All are from Amarillo. . Highlighting the program were impersonations and monologues by Greg Vitarelle, Aana- rililo entertainer and television performer. Dollar was master of ceremonies and welcomed guests. Supt. Herman* Moseley responded, then Dollar presented an award to W. I. Atkinson of San Diego, Calif., as. the ex-student who traveled 1 the greatest distance to attend. Vocal selections were given by Rosemary Horton Younger of Canyon and Shirley Horton. Dale Ratliff gave the invocation and Supt. Moseley the Iben- eddetion. No one attended from the first and second graduating classes, 1936 'and 1937, (but registering from the other classes were: 1938: J. I. Morgan, Wellington. 1939: W. I. Atkinson, San Diego, Caflif., and A. W. Atkinson, Texai-kana. 1941: Boots Graham, Edith Cole and Cliff Dollar of Amarillo; and Annette Hughart of Oklahoma City. 1942: Wendell Graham of Corpus Christ! and Howard Blevins of Lubbock. 1943: Marie Fan-is of Amarillo, Mary Katherine Stephens Poteet of Lubbock, and Trudie Ogletree Peters of Wellington. 1944: Alene Amerson Dollar of Amarillo, Jonnie Handley of Masterson and Alpha Neeley Brock of Wellington. 1945: Tod Broek of Wellington. 1946: Barbara Wilson Coleman of Dimmitt; Willa Jean Cummings Hallmark of Breckenridge; Viola Morris Sisk of Amarillo, and Jean Morgan Sherrill of Grand Junction. Colo. 1947: Emesitrine Cummings and Raymond Neeley of Wellington; Betty (Blevins of Lubbock; DelbertJ White of Quail; Evelyn Hays of Amarillo, and Faye Cunningham of Whiteface. 1948: N. E. Childers and Jack Morgan of Quail. 1949: Norene Childers and Avyrilla White of Quail; Jim Peggram of Plainview; Maud Minyard of Pampa; Delma Neeley, Earl Patterson and P. J. White of Wellington. 1950: Wanda Johnson Brown and Leroy Brown of Amaril'lo; Kenneth Jett of -McCamey; Donald .Langley and Rosa White of Wellington; Jerol Morris of Quail; Donald Dollar and LaQuita Wofford Lee of Amarillo. 1951: Curtis Richards of Am; arillo. 1952: Jack Neeley and Loyd Parker of Wellington. 1953: Fern Neeley Jett of McCamey. 1954: Mrs. Erma Young of Wichita Falls. 1956: Patsy White Gresham of _ Amarillo; Don Johnson of Briscoe; and Nancy 'Stephens Phillips of Spearman. 1957: Ellen Messer Neeley, Patsy Aaron Ratliff, Geneva White Thomas and John Alf Thomas of Wellington; Marfcha Johnson Morris, of Quail; and Btia Boen Owens of Dodson. 1958: Date Ratliff of Wellington; Raymond Minatrea Dodson and .Gfano Wilson oJ Quail. 1959: Gilenm Harris of Clovis, N.M. and Cleta Davis of Canyon, 1961: Sue Wilson Lacy, A/2c Kenneth L. Moody, Denzil E. Ray and Cordelia Harris Seale of Wellington; Amelia Morgan Ware of Amarillo and Walter V. Neeley of Panhandle. 1962: Rose Mary Horton Younger and Almeda Tidwell of Canyon; Jernf Stephen, Martin of Memphis; Billie Wilson of Quail and Mrs. Jim W. Ihans'lor of Amarillo. 1963: Reta Moody and Barbara Tyler of Amarillo. Trustees: Z. J. Neeley andi W. H. Clay of Quail. Teachers: Suipt. Herman Moseley and Pati Morgan of 3uail; Mrs. J. I. Morgan, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, and Isla Mae Johnson Morris of Wellington; and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Cunningham of Corpus Christi. Guests: Floycl E. Cole, Mrs. Boots Graham, Wendell Gres- mm, Larry Ware, Bobby !Lee, Dewey D. Sisk, Greg Vitareille, Wanda Richards, and Jim 3hanslor of Amarillo; also, Denzil Lacy. Juanita Langey, Wayne Cummings, Mrs. Svelyn Parker, Woodrow Wilson, Beverly Lee, Nancy Sue Thomas, Henby Duncan, Lewis Morris, Connie Null, and Mrs. ~larl Pattei-son of Wellington; and Mrs. Wendell Graham of Corpus Christi; Don Young of Wichita Falls'; Mrs. A. W. At- dnson of Texarkana; M. L. landley of Masterson; Mrs. Z. J. Neeley of Quail; Donald Hughart of Oklahoma City; Bill Owens of Dodson; Mrs-. ill Clay and Mr. and Mrs. 3tis Emmert of Quail; Freddy 'oteet of 'Lubbock; Tommie Martin of Memphis; Lee Philips of Spearman; Rosa Neel- sy of Panhandle; Jerry Davis of Canyon; Horace Hallmark if Breckenridge; Douglas Seiale f Wellington; Mrs. Raymond, Minatrea of Dodson; Susan Cox Hedley; James Cunning-ham jf Whiteface; J. B. Minyard f Pamipa; Shirley Horton of Quail. CAPITOL PRAYER ROOM PLANNED Kiwanis Clubs over the state are raising m'aney to furnish x Prayer Room in the -State !apitol at Austin, which was rovided (by the last Legisla- ure. WholeWid FOR GREEN CHOP- PASTURE-SILAGE * Tremendous hybrid vigor gives SX-11 the ability to get the jump on growth, and provide big volumes of green feed in a hurry. Fast re- growth, too. Livestock go for SX-11, and make fait, thrifty gains in meat or milk. "DIKALB" and "tUDAX" An Brand N*mti. •X-lt !• • Variety Designation. Singley Mill and Elevator You Can Almost * See It Grow Land Bank Moves Office Rayburn L. Smith, manager, announces that on March 1 the Federal Land Bank Association moved its office to Wells & Wells abstract and insurance building. Tuesday and Friday of each week will continue to be Smith's regular days in the Wellington office. Farmers and 1 ranchers are invited to came in for an interview when in need of 'the serv- FARM BUREAU LEADERS PREPARE TO BUILD Farm .Bureau leaders got together with the contractors of their new office building as work started on the lots at the corner of 9th Street and Highway 83. Looking over the building plans, in front, are Earl Patterson, president; Fred Bourland and Les White. Standing, from left are W. R. Coleman of Dozier; H. P. Scott of Dodson; Dee Burba, manager of the local office; and the contractors, Alvin Horton of Wellington; Wayne Spradlin and Melvin Harwick of Spradlin Bros., Quanah. ices of the Federal Land Bank. On other days, they should call or see him at the Federal Land (Bank Association office at) 111 North Main Street in Shamrock. Bargains in the Classifieds. All Brands Cigarettes Special $f)60 carton 100 Box Stationary Special O ^r $| 00 200 Count Klenzo Facial Tissue O for $ 00 Elizabeth Arden Introduces Liquid Night Cream The greatest beauty secret of all time $5.00 $9.00 Newest Summer Shades for Lips & Fingertips by Faberge SPECIAL! 3 Seventy-Five Cut Proof Golf Balls only $1.29 89c Household Gloves —490 Jaguar 6 Transistor Radio — $10.95 Rex Ray Automatic Steam Iron $8.95 Dorothy Gray Lipstick 2 for $1.00 32 oz. Soft Tres Shampoo — 89* 32 oz. Hand Lotion — 89* $2.00 Bright Conditioner Hair Rinse — 94* 63c Crest Tooth Paste — 42* 49c Klenzo Tooth Brush — 25* Your Health Is Our First Concern! Nothing is left to chance in compounding your prescription. Each ingredient is checked for utmost accuracy. TWO REGISTERED PHARMACISTS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES. Rexall Morning Mist Nail Enamel Free with purchase of Morning Mist Lipstick SPECIAL! Beautiful Flip Albums $O98 Scrap Books $-j up Photo Albums $O up Diary $€)50 up Parsons Drug BUY LOTS! SAVE LOIS! Plus S & H Green Stamps \ •^ ^^ m • m MBV MORE on MEATS CUDAHY'S BAR-S WIENERS Pound 40* IT I PINKNEY'S SAUSAGE 2 Pounds BISCUITS LIGHTFLUFF __ for "OF Hill's Bros. COFFEE Pound 75* Liquid CHIFFON DETERGENT 69c Size 49* KIM NAPKINS 200 Size- 29* Carnation DRY MILK 8qt.-69* 14 qt. - $109 ^toi'aVl'' <n.KlW,?V V SKIRTED Pound Bananas 10$ GREEN ONIONS OR RADISHES Bunch Sunshine Saltine CRACKERS 27* Pound Box — Cattlemans BARBECUE SAUCE 33* CREAM PIES 3 f $100 FROZEN PET RTTZ <** TO ' • OLEO KIMBELLS _ 3 for 49* CORN COUNTY KIST 2 *. 25* PREM SWIFTS 2^79* We Deliver Dial 447-2561 UPTONS TEA i Ib. - 39* * Ib. - 75* 48 Count Tea Bags - 59< Instant 3 Oz. - 69« iMBHMMi We Give S & H Green Stamps Raymond Patton Luther Sullivan

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