The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 9, 1964 · Page 3
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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 9, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 9, 1964 Wellington Takes Top Honors in District Federation Convention Wellington again walked off •with the bulk of the honors at the Totp of Texas District, Texas Federation of Women's Clubs held in Pampa March 25 and 26. •"•. •• '• V ; - : '.' • '• Mrs. Bernice, Welch, Wellington teacher, was named the district's "Teacher of the Year" and Mrs. B. M. Sims ,the "Club "Woman of the Year." Mrs. Sims also was elected second vice president of the Top of Texas District. The two Wellington women •will represent the district in "the statewide competition for awards to individuals for out•-standing achievement. Local board members* attending .the spring board meeting and hmcheon were Mrs. Mack Bush, Mrs. John Coleman, Mrs. A. J. Fires and Mrs. Sims. Mrs. E. H. Morris of Canadian, Top of Texas District •president, presided. Also attending the convention were Mrs. Lynn Courtney .and 'Mrs. Jennie Holcomb. At the "Howdy (Breakfast," "Mrs. A. T. Carlfcon, president of the Texas Federation oJ "Women's Clubs, gave a summary of her administration so far. Presented was Mrs. Fran- Tcie Lee McClendon, recipient of the TFWC Musica/1 Penny Scholarship to West Texas State University. Mrs. Sims is -the district and 'the''state division chairman in this- category. Last September Mrs. Carleton designated the Top of Texas District as receiver of "this scholarship, made possible through contributions by all the TWF.C districts. At the banquet on March 25 "the district chairman, Mrs. Mack Bush, made the formal presen- -tation of Mrs. Welch as Teacher of the Year. She was entered by the City Federation of Women's Clubs, and nominated by the 1924 Study Club. Mrs. H. A. DelLamar of Du- jnas, district chairman, then announced ithat Mrs, Sims was : Clubwoman of the Year. The selection was based on leadership abilities and she was entered by the 1924 Study Club. The 1954 'Study Club had a •crafts display featuring a 1 kaleidoscope in color and stoyie of hats by Mrs. Fires, district • crafts chairman. Another entry was Sammie Lu Thompson, in the Hallmark Art division. The Domestic Sci- • ence Club sponsored .this en-try. An invitation for the fall board meeting and workshop •was extended 'by the Wellington City Federation of Women's Clubs and will be acted on at a later date. Awards to Wellington clubs 'or reports in various divisions were: Conservation Department, forest, Grass and Land division: first, 1924 Study Club. Home Life Department, Home Furnishing and Food Trends division: second, 1954 Study nub. International Affairs Department: second best cJub report in the department, 1924 Study Club. United Nations Division second to 1924 Study Chub. Public Affairs Department, Law Observance, Crime Prevention and Narcotic* division: first to 1924 Study Club. National Defense Division: first to 1924 Study Club. Status of Women Division: second to 1924 Study Club. Legislation: second 'to 1924 Study Club. In the club presidents' reports, Class A, division 1 I, first place went to the 1924 Study Club and an the overall oral reports, a first also went -to that club. This club 'ailso tied with tine Canadian Woman's Club for the highest number of scorecard points in the Top of Texas District. Camp Fire Girls On April 2 Marcia King celebrated her tenth birthday with her group of Camp Fire Girls at their building. Cake, punch, gum were served, and gifts were opened, then the girls played with tjb.e toys and favors given them. Attending was one .guest, Jennifer Bouchelle, and these members: Ann Smith, Mary Noll Eden®, Pam Kersten, Karen Maxwell, Mary Saied, Judy Hoffarth, .Jane Campbell, Debra Jones, Judy Jones, Carole Cochran and Marcia King, and Mrs. J. B. King. In past meeting's the Knock- awana Groulp of Camp Fire Girls have met in the City Park for >an 'Easter Egg hunt with Karen Haxwell as hostess; have worked on ,t;heir rank at their Camp Fire Building WAITING FOR THE EGG HUNT These were the tiniest of the several hundred children who participated in the annual Easter Egg Hunt given by the Kiwanis Club Sunday af- ternoon, March 29. With their mothers, they are lined up waiting for the signal to dash through Ellison Park hunting the eggs. Miss Jackson ' Has Excelsior The Excelsior Club met on Thursday, Ajprtt 2 in the home of Miss Edith Jackson for their regular meeting. Miss Rose Shadid, the president, presided at tfie business meeting during which the club voted to make a contribution to the "Bell Tower." The National Federation of Women's Clubs is raising (this tower on a crest) overlooking the open air Cathedral of the Pines at Rindge, N. M. This t;ower is to be built in honor of American women who gave their lives for our country and ail pioneer women 1 . Delicious refreshments were served to 'Mmes. J. F. Michael, Bernice Welch, D. C. Powell, Claude McKinney, Misses Sara Jones, Dorothy Robertson, Marie Shadid, Rose Shadid and the Guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Montgomery, Rose and Joe over Easter were their three other sons and families: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Montgomery and Woody of Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Montgomery, Stevie, Ladd and Mike of Sacremento, Calif.; and -Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery of Dallas. Easter holiday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ray Godbey were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tipton, Patsy and Nancy, and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rigdon, Ronnie and Gary, all of Amarillo, and Jerry Godbey of Dallas'. Home Rites Unite Anna Mae Baggett and Jackie Nation on March 28 Miss Anna Mae Baggett}, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. 'Baggett of Quail, was married to Jackie Edward Nation in a ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. RoscJoe Land 'Saturday, March 28, with members of the families and close friends attending. The bridegroom is the son of Bill Nation of Wellington and the late Mrs. Dollie Martin, The Rev. R. H. Knight), pastor of 'Trinity Methodist Church performed the double ring ceremony. Baskets of gladioli were at each side of the fireplace to form the setting for the (wedding. Music was presented by Miss Agatha Wright. Jack Kiilllingsworth of Luib- bock, the bride's uncle, gave her in marriage. She wore a dress of white chiffon over taffeta, made with a round neckline, outlined with brocaded flowers. This motif was repeated in 'the sleeves. The full skirt was street length. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses, tied with white satin streamers. Miss Jackie DePauw of Quail was maid of honor. She wore a pink street-length dress made with a round neckline ami pleated skirt. Her accessories were of white and she carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with pink streamers. Elmer Green was best man. A recaption followed the ceremony. The 'bride's table was laid with a white lace cloth over pink and 'the centerpiece was the bride's and her _ attendant's ibouquets. Appointments were of milk glass and! DOZIER NEWS By Mrs. 4 lex Coleman • Mr. and Mrs. Rufe Mas- soy had as their guests for Easter Mrs. Maxine HamiUton and .two sons and Melody • sey. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Massey had as their Easter visitors their grandson, James D. Massey and family of Lubbock. • Mrs. Alex Coleman's sister, Mrs. Gate, from San An- silver. Janet Sargent of Lubbock, cousin of the bride, was at tihe register, and Joann Green and Margie DePauw served the guests. As the couple left on a short wedding trip, the bride Wore a turquoise suit with white accessories and a corsage of white roses. The couple is now at home in Wellington. The bride is a senior at Quail high school, where she is a member of the Future Homemakers chorus and the Future Homemakers of Angelica. The bridegroom" received his education in the Oklahoma schools and has served in the Army. He is now engaged in farm work. ;eto, is visiting her this week. Other visitors in Mrs. Colenan's home Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coleman and Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bell, Vtarqueta', Guy Herman and Alex Jr. and Mrs. S. L. Lindsey. • Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bentley had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Arlie D. Bentfley of McLean, Joy iBentley and Mrs. and drawn Indian symbols into a story wdith Pam Kersten and Marcia King as hostesses; 'and have visited Mrs. CharTes Caison's art class where they were given shells for their coWec- tions with Judy K. Jones as hostess, son's as hostess. Girls in this group include Mary Nell Edens, Judy Jones, Ann Smith, Pam Kersten, Mary Saied, Marcia King, Carole Cochran, Karen Maxwell, Debra Jones, Jane Campbelil, Doris Tingle, Loretta' Foster and Judy Hoffarth. Guardians are Mesdames Jim Cochran and J. B. King. In March the Happy Blue Birds have made jewelry boxes out of oigar boxes, covering them witjh various shapes of macaroni. In this group are SFancy Graham, Sherry Giray, lonnie Lewis, Kris Aaron, Len- hostess Miss Jackson. emblem on it 'and punch were served to these Camp Fire members, Sandra McGill, Kathy Scott, Beth Peters, Carey [Lewis., Susanna Peters, Glenda Chandler, Betsy Castleberry, Patbi Holton, Lora Jean Martin, Linda Orr, Adelle Burquist, and their .guardian, Mrs. Cecil Masten. The guests attending were Nancy Shumate, Landie White, Janet Holland, Judy Peters, Gwen Hedger, Mitzi Pendleton, Connie Bearden, Kathy Bartlett, Lillie Ann Rogers, Mary K Sullivan, Reta Branch, and Janet Simmons, Mrs. Henry Rogers, and their leader, Mrs. Marshall Peters. Winnie Nix of Shamrock, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bentley of Lefors. Also Mrs. Bentley's sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rogers, from Kansas. • Mr. and Mrs. Tom "Wilkerson had as their guests a daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Slaton, Carolyn and Marget Wilkerson of Shamrock. Ralph Co-burn and Ron Haney, students in Texas University at Austin, visited during the Easter season with Ralph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Coburn. The young men also visited in Denver, Colo., with Ken Haney, a brother of Ron. Week end guests in the home of Mrs. Lydia McPherson were her father and daughter, Tim Harrington of Sayre, Okla. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eth- ingbon of Oklahoma City. nie Morgan, Lana Forehand, and Mrs. Bobo Castloberry. Also in March the Cardinal Hlne Birds group met in the home of Mrs. C. T. Shumate to make Easter bunnies out of paner plates and cereal boxes. The ^irls were served candy Easter aunnies for refreshments. In this group are Kathy T3ai-tlett, Janet Simmons, Reta Branch, Lillie Ann Rogers, Janet Word, Gonnde Bearden, Gwen Hedger, Mitzi Pendleton, Nancy Shumate, Judy Peters, Landie White, Janet Holland, and their leaders Mesdames Marshall Peters and C. T. Shumate. Mrs. L. R. Coburn has returned home after spending two weeks with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. K. Sylvester, in Piano. The Syl- vesters have a new daughter, Sandra Gayle, born March 10. The Tanda Camip Fire Group met in March at the Camp Fire Building to hold a candle ceremony and receive honor beads. The Cardinal Blue Birds were guests. A cake witjh the Camp Fire Mrs. Lucy iB. WeGte and Miss Hattie D. Wells- were Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. CKira B. Smith, Baiiley and Ysidra in Iowa Park. 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