The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 9, 1964 · Page 2
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April 9, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 2

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Thursday, April 9, 1964
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Poberson Named President 150 Dodson Ex-Students Meet ,v Almost 150 former students of the Dodson schools, now liv- v lihg t from ^Tennessee to Oalifor- <nie, attended the annual Ex^Students reunion and banquet Saturday evenSng, March 28, in the Dodson gymnasium. This^ was primarily. an occasion for visiting, as are all the Dodson reunions. There was a short Ttiusicafl program directed by Ted Parker that saw the Pride of Dodson together again to sing the songs that delighted so many audiences during a period of several years. These were E<Mde Hunt, wow of Dallas; Joe Lenmm of Canyon, Glenn Hunt of Plainvaew, and Garth Lewis of Wichita Falla. Other numbers were presented by the high school and grade school ensembles. Mrs. Floyd Roberts assisted. In the business session, Lonnie Roberson was elevated from vice president to (president of the,Dodson Ex-Students; Olan Fa'rris was elected 1 vice president and Mrs. Howard ' Hunt (Jo - McKinney) was re-elected -secretary-treasurer. All Jive in Dodson. * The outgoing president was Dennis Holland of Dodson, who was banquet toastjnaster. ; > \ The award given the person coming the greatest distance went to Mrs. Josephine Scott Scot* of Turlock, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hunt were recognized* 'as graduates of the Dodson school who have had children and grandchildren also graduate there. .Recognized was Miss Floy Wynn, publisher of -ijhe Jal, N.M., Record, who recently was named the town's most valuable citizen by a civic organization of Jal. A number of : other guests were recognized for achievements! or services to the organization. Bill Lackey, Dod'son teacher and Wellington restaurant owner, served the banquet. Those who registered were Eddie W. Wynn of Plainview, Mary Buchanan and. Lind a Watson of Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hunt of Carrollton, Kenneth Norman of Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner of Lubbock, Tommy Hunt of Dodson, Warren Jenkins of Hollisi, Carol Moore of Hollis, Mr. and Mm Eddie Hunt of Dallas, Glen Hiint of Plainview, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Owens. Dennis Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Traett Holland, Tommie and Jackie Vaim, all of Dodson; Jerry and Peggy Walker Coffee ten every orning lew» ... bright, clear, well writ- n, timely. .That's what you get •ery morning when you read '• HOUSTON POSTI stands to reason . . . the j newspaper ha* to be .first with the latest . . . :ause it comes to you first 'ery morning, it stays with pughout the day ... to mjoy and use at your latest news . . . first . . .*the news is still new . . . rea|? the morning Post. Subscribe ay or get it on your neigh- newsstand. HOUSTON Hf^OiSS ."s L*>>.;»t :n i^^fcili^ 4 ?,/ >, > *' ^"t^ft^^^^^^^^^MsiK^^ '•3?''** WAR CHIEF ON POVERTY The new title was given Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives John McCormack. A war bohnet was given him by Elmer Jay, jplant foreman of Sequoyah Carpet Mills, a firm partially financed by government loans. jKcllison of Chandler, Ariz.; Mrs. (Laura Vandivere of Phillips: Mr. and Mrs* Charles King of .Bledsoe; Mr, and Mrs. Ernestf Nipper of, Dodson :, Mr. 1 and Mrs.* Arthur Wells of Sham*" 'rock; Mr. and Mrs. Pat,Ricketts • 6f -Canyon; GarthVLewis of * Wichita iFalls;. -, ' Mr. and Mrs. Bundy Moore of Dallas; Mrs. BilJy Joe Patterson: of Wellington; "Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .Black, Mr. and Mrs. T., E. Lennon and Mr. and Mrs. Olan Farris of Dodson; Mr. and Mrs. -Joe Caldwell of Dumas; Mr. and Mrs. Darvin Homer of Amardllo; Miss Virginia Robey of Wellington; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hunt of Dodson; Mrs. Frank Duckworth of Muleshoe; Mrs. Charlie Tyiler of Irving; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Sain" of Dodson; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lennon of Canyon; Mr. and. Mrs. Paul Scott of Muleshoe; Ronald 1 Floyd Teutsch of Austin; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wynn of Coahoma; Mrs. Joann Langford of Fritch; Ross and Gene Swift of Dodson; Mrs. Elbert Warren of Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy F. Scott of Bryan; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Daugerty of Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lowrie of Weatherford; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Walker of Granite, Okla.; Odell Lemons, Jess and Bernice Bogle and Lynvel Black, of Dodson; Miss Floy Wynn of Jal, N. M.'j'Mr. and Mrs. Skully Doolen •of Hoibbs, N.M.; Mrs. Marvin Wynn of Dodson'j Hardy and Louise Scott of Lubbock; Ruby Hodel Blevins of Bristol, Tenn; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hale Jr. of Wellington; Esta F. (Bennett of Hollis; Mrs. Josephine Scott of Tur- lock, Calif.; Gladys Scotf of Dodson; Oras Hudson and Fay Hudson of Fort Worth; Kenneth Hudson of Dodson; .Bob Copeland of Wellington; Jo and Howard Hunt and Wilma Beanland of Dodson; Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wynn of Plainview; Mrs. Ruth Hightower and Mrs. Floyd Roberts Jr. of Dodson; Mr. and Mrs. Gilen Warrick of Wellington; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hunt of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Robert If-if s a Total Electric v Gold Medallion Home Be it ever so humble...the Young Married Set finds the total eleftric Gold Medallion Home the laft word in 20th century living. It's filled with a multitude of flameless eleftrical conveniences, from an all-eleftric kitchen to all-electric heating & cooling. The biggest convenience of all is that total electric means no flame, Not one pilot light, flame burner, or trace of smoke and odor. Ele&ricity handles everything... promptly, safely, efficiently. Come to think of it, there's nothing humble about a flameless total electric home. But why not see for yourself? Visit a Gold Medallion Home today! Ask abut WTITs special 1c heati* rate LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY West Texas Utilities Combany D *" / ' Gordon McLendon States Stand on CMlllghh Gordon McLendon 3 gave special attention to civil rights and Bother domestic issues this week in his fast-moving' campaign for the-Democratic-U.S. Senatorial nomination in the May 2 primary. The Dallas radio executive emphasized his support of equal voting and educational rights for all, but elaborated on his opposition to provisions of the ponding civil rights bill which he contends would deprive the members of all ethnic groups of the rights of trial by jury. and Mrs. .Lonnie Roberson and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell of Dodson; Jack Allen of Hollis; Jimmy HoweJl of Clovis, N.M. Apipearing on the program were Cody Crosnoe, Barry Farris, Carolyn Sexton, Linda Sexton, John Higihtower. Jan Gulley, Dale Derrick, Mike Gutley, Elvis Sain, Les Lister, Sharon Norman, Sandy Sexton, and Brenda Norman. private property and civil liberties. "In itjs present form the so- called ciyir rights bill poses the greatest' threat to our constitutional liberties since the Supreme Court overthrew an al- mostf identical act in 1883,"< Mc- Lenclon ' declared. Ke asserted that increased job opportunities', a problem which figures in both the •_ civil rights debate and the administration's "war on poverty," can be assured only by freeing business from bureaucratic restraints to promote business expansion. ' McLendon safid Texas has found a satisfactory solution to the problem of medical care for the aged by implementing the Kerr-Mills law and the Texas- 65 program, .both based on the principle of voluntary health insurance. Reiterating his opposition to federal aid to and control over schools, McLendon advocated encouragement of a "realistic tax exemption for families supporting students in higher education." McLendon pointed out that his opponent, incumbent Senator Ralph Yarborough, helped defeat an amendment which would have written a $1200 college exemption into a new tax bill. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 9, 1964 - Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore and Mrs. L. A. Moore of Lubbock were Easter visitors! in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanper and Mr. and Mrs.' H. L. Duncan Jr. Mrs. L. A. Moore stayed for a week's visit. - Miss Sharon Campbell, student at Texas Technological College in iLubbock, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell during; Easter vaca- •tiion. Holiday visitors In the home the Rev. and Mrs. J. p Michael -were their son and daughter, Mr. and Mra, Charlea D. Michael,and children, Gutherie and , Major, and Mrs Ed Howell^and Michael of Bossier City, La. Drew Johnson/ son of Mr and Mrs. Walter Johnson O f Amarillo spent last week with his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs J. Frank:Johnson. END THE 8-DAY ALLOWABLE FAMINE PROTECT PROPERTY RIGHTS STOP FRESH WATER POLLUTION WITH JUDGE Everybody Loves a* Bargain. I T'S a grand feeling to come across a real Bargain, In fact, it's almost like finding money. But all purported Bargains are not; while many routine purchases are bigger Bargains than we realize. For instance, practically everything we buy in our home community stores is a Bargain. It's a Natural Law of Economics... that the costs of community building and operating must be included in the prices we pay. And if that part of our money goes to build and operate somebody else's community instead of ours, it's no Bargain. Collingsworth County Chamber of Commerce Phone 447-5848 Gilmore Locker Plant Phone 447-5660 Elmer Hiett L. A. Gilmore Wellington State Bank Large enough to serve you — Small enough to know you. F.D.I.C. Sullivan Hardware and Furniture Phone 447-5556 Raburn Grocery and Market We Deliver Phone 447-2171 Ben Franklin Store Phone 447-2388 North Side Square Norton & Harwell CONTRACTORS Shamburger Lumber Co. Elvis White Manager Phone 447-2477 B & B Electric Co. Phone 447-5755 One of a series of advertisements on the subject of Community Economics . . . respectfully presented by this group of leading Wellington business firms . . . S& R Hardware & Appliance Phone 447-2553 Wells and Wells 40 years dependable insurance in Old Line Companies Phone 447-2520 Brooks Auto Supply Everything Automotive Glen Taylor, Mgr. Phone 447-2456 Whites Auto Store Buster Hughs, Owner Phone 447-2141 TYLER ELECTRIC Phone 447-5841 C & H Pharmacy Phone 447-2114 Warrick Feed Store Phone 447-2404 The Wellington Leader Phone 447-2414 For Fifty-Three Years a Builder in Collingsworth JOHN HOLTON FIRESTONE TIRES Phone 447-2505 BUTANE & PROPANE Clark Chevrolet Chevrolet Service Body Repair Phone 447-5422 Mobil Oil. Co A. L. Elliott Phone 447-5590 Lewis Grocery & Market The Best Quality Meats in Town Phone 447-5566 Allen Insurance Agency In Old Wellington State Bank Bldg. Phone 447-2517 City State Bank Since 1910 F.D.I.C. Phone 447-2566 Singley Mill & Elevator Purina Feeds • DeKalb Seeds Phone 447-2034 Longford Texaco Station The Best Wash & Grease Job in Town Phone 447-2006

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