The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 2, 1964 · Page 8
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April 2, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 8

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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 2, 1964
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f* . Officers and Directors of The Farmers Co-op Gin Invite You to the Saturday, April 11,2 p. m Community Building 19,602 BALES Book Your Planting Seed Now Stoneville No. 7 Stoneville 7A Stoneville 213 REX Lockett 4789 Lockett 88A Lankhart Selection 57 Lankhart Selection 611 Western Storm Proof Gregg Watson B29 Paymaster 101A Northern Star No. 5 Rilcot90 and $13.76 Per ale On the Average Will Be Paid In Rebates The Farmers Co-op Gin is paying $13.76 rebate per bale on a percentage basis to the cotton growers who ginned with us during the past season. The total profit for the 63-64 season was . . . $287,622.95 This sum sets a new record for the fifth consecutive year in the total amount earned in a single Every Officer, Director and Employee of the gin is grateful for the splendid co-operation our customers have given us during this record breaking year which will enable us to return more money to our members. During the season 14,970,960 pounds of cottonseed were purchased by the gin and 734,910 pounds were caught by the customers. In this connection, we would like to point out that the grower who sold his seed will receive a slightly larger check than the grower who caught his seed as will the grower who sold his cotton through the Farmers Co-op Gin. You Are Invited The 37th annual meeting of the Farmers Co- Operative Society No. 1 will be held in the Community Building next Saturday, April 11 at 2 p. m. and a most cordial invitation is extended to every member to attend. Patronage Rebates will be handed out at this time and the financial affairs and future plans of the gin will be explained. Your presence at the annual meeting will be appreciated and again we would like to thank each one of you for your splendid co-operation during the past season. rm rs OFFICERS J. C. EMMERT, President FRED COX, Vice President LEWIS MORRIS, Secretary LOUIS ALLRED, Assistant Secretary W. E. Marchant, Manager Largest Cotton Gin in Collingsworth County WELLINGTON, TEXAS DIRECTORS J. C. Emmert Fred Cox Lewis Morris Louis Allred E. D. Crawley David Baumgardner Carl Wischkaemper Jr.

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