The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 9, 1964 · Page 4
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April 9, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 4

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Society THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 9, 1964 Janice Gosnell, Cindy Saied Top Spellers —Photo by T. Harding Jr. Mrs. Earl Lynn Bartlett * •••• + • -. "- *; Miss Colernauand Earl Lynn Bartlett Marry in Rites at Lonoke, Ark, The First Presbyterian Church in Lonoke, Arkansas, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Barbara/ Allen Coleman and Earl Jjynn'Bart- lett of Wellington on Friday, evening, March 27. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coleman of ,'Lonoke, while Mr. and Mrs. Esdel F. Bartlett of Wellington are the parents of the bridegroom. The Rev. Thomas Stratton performed the ceremony. An arc of lighted cathedral tapers was at the center of the altar area, -and at the sides were baskets of white chrysanthemums and gladioli amd 'palm trees. Wedding music was .presented toy Herman Hess, organSst, and 1 Mrs. L. C. McQrary Jr., soloist. \* The bride wore a formal length gown of white peau de soie designed with a sweetheart neckline and long sleeves. The controlled bell-shaped skirt which extended to a / chapel train, was accented with a crescendo of Alencon lace. Her double French illusion veil was attached to a princess crown of lace and seed ipearls jand she carried a bouquet''frff white roses centered with an orchid. Miss Betty Coleman was. her sister's maid! of honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss Natalie Younger and Miss Molly Denley of Denver; Colorado, formerly of Wellington, and Miss Mary Lou 'McClintock of McGehee and Tom Compton of Magnolia. Following the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Ooleman were hosts nt the reception in the church hall. Dallas. They wore formal length dresses of antique gold ipeau de soie with modified bell skirts and) scoop neck bodiices. The matching stoles with Victorian collars fastened in front in the fashion of rose .petals. Matching hats of satin rose petals centering a gold talisman rose were surrounded with a puff of netting. They carried arm .bouquets of Talisman •roses. Jack -Coleman, brother of the bride, was best man, and ushers were Cal Aaron of Well- Mrs. W. W. McCray Jr. and Mrs. Dan Lawson .greeted the guests and presented them to the receiving line. An alcove decorated in gold English ivy and baskets of bridal wreath, gladioli and chrysanthemums was the background for the bride'a table, which was covered with a white network cloth. Silver candelabras were at each side of the wedding cake. A white outwork cloth also covered ,t;he punch table, which heUd an arrangement of white roses, gladiioli and chrysanthemums. Silver punch bowls were at each end. In the house party were Mrs. James K. Comipton, Mrs. 'Fred Stecks. Mrs, Billy Joe Moody, Mrs. James Walker, Mrs. Henry Morris, Mrs*. J. J. Fletcher, Mrs. Neil Bennett, Mrs. (B. A. Fletcher, Mrs. T. E. Privett and Mrs. H. W. Cossey. Miss Ann Comipton of Magnolia, Ark., presided at the bride's book and Miss Diana 1 jBennet and Drew Compton passed out riice ibags. Miss Shelia Ervin presented the reception music. The bride is a graduate of the Univei'sity of Arkansas with the bachelor of science degree in education. She is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Until her marriage she was employed with the Jefferson County Public Schools at Denver, Colorado. The bridegroom, who was graduated from Wellington 1 high school, attended Tarleton State College at Steiphenville and is now engaged in farming here. For t|he third consecutive year, Quail's Janice Gosnell was a Oollingsworth county spelling bee winner, while Cindy Saied, representing Wellington junior high, entered the ranks of the winners for the first time. Janice, 13, won the senior division, as she did last year, when that event was held on Thursday, April 2, and on May 2 she willl represent the county in the District Spelling Bee at Amaril'lo. Year before last, Janice was winner of the junior division. Cindy, 12, spelling for the first time, won the Wellington school championship, in the junior division and the right to participate in the county event. She will attend the Amarillo Bee and the luncheon for winners, but junior county winners do not compete on a higher level. Laura Whitson, 12, of Samnorwood, spelled against Cindy. She missed the word "adjustable", which Cindy spelled correctly, then went on to spell correctly the next word "admissible." "Desirable" and "difficult" were t|he words which gave Janice the victory. The first word missed by Sherry Latham of Samnorwood, Janice spelled ib correctly and followed by the correct spelling of "difficult." ' Patricia Thomas of Wellington was the third senior contestant. Janice is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs<,, Robert Gosnell and- is in .the seventh grade at Quail. She likes to play basketball and read 1 , and she has a brother, Stanley, also a three- time county spelling bee, champion, and two sisters. Cindy is the , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Saied Jr., who live at 1509 El Paso St. She is a sixth' grader and (plays in the junior high band. Her hobbies are tennis, Softball and basketball, and she has two brothers and a sister. iLaura is 12, a sixth grade student at Samnorwood, and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Whitson. Patricia is 13, in the eighth grade, and' the daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Trusted Thomas. Thirteen and an eighth .grader at Samnorwood, Sherry is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Latham. Full Support Needed Clyde DeMoss Head 1964 C of C Drive Mrs. John Edward Kent Miss Diane Owens and John E. Kent Marry in Quiet Ceremony March 27 The annual Chamber of Commerce membership drive gets under way this week with Clyde 0. DeMoss as chairman, N. M. Higdon, manager, has announced .. DeMoss will name those who will help him ,and oomiplete plans for the drive within bhe next few days.' This year's membership campaign will open the door for every business in the county and a large number of individuals to 'become members of the Collitiigsworth Chamber of Commerce, it was pointed out, and letters have gone out to most of. these within the las* few days. "The 'board 'of directors of the Collingsworth Chamiber of Commerce needs your support, since the-Chamber relies altogether on voluntary membership dues," Higdon pointed 'out. "If we are to have a driving organiation and complete the program of work we must ihave your support. "Iti is only through the co- Mr, and Mrs. Horace Hallmark and family of iBrecken- ridge, spent Easter with her mother and 'brothers, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Isbelt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred -Cummings and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cummings and families. Mrs. Hallmark ailso attended the Quail Ex-Studients banquet;. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd lLangford of Plainview and Clinton G-iibbs of Amarillo visited this past week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milburn Gibbs. The Langfords also vfoited his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs*. Henry Lan>gford. Future Homemakers Honor Parents With Potluck Supper Mon. Evening •Mr. and Mrs. Buck Judcl and Stevie, and Mrs. Janet Owens, Bryan and' Monty, all of Am- arll'lo, and Mr. >and Mrs. IBxi- ford Riley, Phyllis and Kent, visited Easter Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ington, George W. Goodwin of Edgar Lockhart. Charles Hamilton Speaker Teachers Hold Annual Banquet on April 13 Parents of Wellington's Future Homemakers of America and other guests saw firsthand the work the chapter members are doing Monday 'evening, April 6 when the girls were hostesses at a potluck supper. Following tjhe supper, Mrs. Ben Ratliff, a faculty member, presented a pz'ogram, "Know Your America," in which she showed slides' she has taken on her travels over the country, with additional commentary. This sulptper was the opening event of National FHA Week, which opened Sunday, April 5, and will continue through Saturday, April 11. Registering for the supper were Janyth Estes, Karen Richardson, Rose Montgomery, Pat Wilson, Pat iBouchelle, Mrs. Tom Ferguson, Mrs. Louis Patterson, Mrs. Jim Sikes, Linda Sikes, Mrs. G. A. Montgomery, Mrs. Ray Null, Connie Null, Mrs. David Peters, LaJuanda Peters., Jan Glenn, Mi-, and Mrs. D. C. Thomason, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bouchelle, Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson, the Rev. Davis B. Edens, Mrs. Wayne Oudd, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ratliff, Mrs. Roland Mayhugh, Vickie Mayhugh, Davela Edens, Regina Ferguson, Linda Moore, Linda Karnes, Mrs. Leonard Karnes, Mitzie Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ohildress, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. -and Mrs. J. C. Hartman, Jr., Virginia Patterson, Mrs. Glenda Hill, Mrs. Clifford Christian, Carolyn Christian, Patsy McDanel, Mrs. James McDanel, Mr. and Mrs. 'Edtl Henard, Gail Henard, Jackie Duncan 1 , Mrs-. Danny Garcia, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clement, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harper, Charlotte Gibbs, Vickie Berg- vail, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Berg- vail, Mr. and Mrs. Milburn Gibbs, Mrs. W. C. Lewis', Mrs. Lora Martin, Laquita Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Barney G(lenn, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Killian, Vickie Killian, Mildred Lewds, •Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Kelso, Mrs. Rurshel Tyler, and Mrs. John Holton. Sanf ord on Tech Honor List Boib Sanford, sophomore in Texas Technological College at Lubbock, was listed on the Dean's honor list for the fall semester, according to an 1 announcement last week by J. R. Bradford, dean. A grade average of 3.0 or better was required. Sanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanford, is a 1 student in the school of engineering. A Wellington high school graduate, he also has attended Midwestern University. Miss Diane Owens, the daughter of Mr. amd Mrs-. Guy Owens, was married to John Edward Kent in a ceremony performed in ithe First Methodist Church at Borger a,tj seven o'clock Friday evening. The Rev. J. Weldon Butler, (pastor, officiated. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. John P. Kent of (Borger. Candles decorated the altar 'before which the wedlding .party stood. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white sheath dress and semi-fitted jacket of imported Cluny il'ace and carried a white satin-covered Bible with a cover corsage of orchids. A ring hat held! her short veil. Miss Martha Boyd was the maid of honor and Bobby (Landess was the best man. Since returning from a short wedding trip, the couple is at home at 421 West Adams, Borger. The bride is a graduate of Wellington high school and attended Amariillo Junior College and 1 St. Anthony's School of Nursing. She is a graduate of Parkland V Memorial s Hospital School of X-Ray Technology in Dallas, and is. now assistant chief x-ray technician at North Plains Hospital in Borger. Mr. Kent was graduated from Borger high school and attended Oklahoma City University two years. He is now assistant manager of Star Discount Store in Borger. Amelia Rap pole Circle Meets Amelia Rappold Circle mel April 6 in the home of Mrs E. C. Clement. Mrs. A. A. McQueary gave the Bible study Mrs'. Rufus Sweat read the call to prayer, and Mrs. W. F Roberts led in (prayer. Mabe Clement, circle chairman, ,pre sided for the business meeting The program, "Our Jewish Neighbors", was presented bj Mrs. Ernest Maxwell, iprogram chairman, and Mrs. Rufus Sweat, Mabel Clement and Mrs, W. C. Harwell. Mrs. Charle Cason Sr., led the closing pray er. Refreshments were servec to 15. operative efforts of our citizens working together, contributing jointly, that' our program of work can be completed to, and for, the (benefit of »H. Your support is genuinely needed if we are to successfully continue to build vip this' area." Higdon continued. ; Volley Ball Tourney Opens Guest Preacher at City Church The Rev. Monty Montgomery, who ds attending Soutjh- western Baptist Theological Seminary dn Forti .Worth, was guest speaker at First Baptist Church Sunday, April 5. Rev. Montgomery, a successful young (building contractor in Houston before he entered the ministry, has been accepit,- ed in the missionary fiefld of the -Southern Baptist Convention and 1 will go to Indonesia as a builder. His family accomipanied him here. Mm Johnny -McClure and daughter, Nancy, of Luibbock, visited, recently, in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McClure and Mrs. Ed Ward. John Alvin Horton spent the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Horton. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Burrous of Amarillo visited last week end wii'bh her parents-, Mr. anc Mrs. John Trew. -Mrs. Burrous is the former Nell Trew. Mr. ttnd Mrs. M. C. Ball of 'Lubbock visited here over the week end with their sisters-in- law, Mrs. Ralph Ball and Mrs- Otis BaW. The Lubbock couple lived here about 10 years ago Mrs. R. T. Savage has re turned home after a two week visit in the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tid well at Bowie. Mrs. Tidwell is recovering from recent surg ery. Here Friday A volleyball tournament sponsored by the Wellington future Farmers and' the athlet- :c department is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, April 10 and 11." Games will be played in the high school gymnasium, according to Danny Garcia, director. Any team not already entered can • do so up to 6 p.m. Thursday, Garcia said. Players are expected! from Memphis, Hedley, Quail, Wellington, and possibly other points. Sessions will start at 6 (p.m. Friday and again at 6 p.m. Saturday, when the finals will be played. The public is invited. Cards of Thanks We wish to express our sincere appreciation and thanks for the many kindnesses shown us and for tjhe (beautiful flowers, the food and' cards of sympathy sent by our many friends at the death of our loved one. We are especially grateful to the choir, Min. Grandol Forehand and Jimmie Kelso. May God bless each of you. The family of John L. Hays Dr. M. V. Cobb Chiropractor BL 6-1133 310 South Main Shamrock, Texas Members of the Collingsworth County Teachers Association will hold their annual banquet Monday, April 13, in the school cafeborium, (beginning at 7:30 p.m. •Charles B. Hamilton, a field representative for the Texas State Teachers Association and state consultamt for t,he Texas Student Education Association, will be the guest speaker. The Texas Student Education Association for which he is consultant is the professional association for college or university students (preparing to teach. It is sponsored by the Texas State Teachers Association. A graduate of North Texas State University, Hamilton has his master's degree from Texas Christian University. He has been a teacher and prinicpa'l in the elementary school and a /principal in both junior and senior high schools. President of the Collingsworth County Teachers group , ia Ted Parker, Dod'son school Charles Hamilton * * * principal, Mrs. Rufus Sweat is first vice president; A. A. McQueary, second vice pi-esident; and Frank Kennedy is secretary-treasurer. Students attending Bethany Nazarene College, Bethany, Oklahoma, spending the Easter holidays with their parents were, Miss Patsy Falk, daughter of Mr. and Frank Falk, and Oliver Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oral Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kelly, Mike and Darla, of Abilene, spent the week end recently with his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Falk. Easter visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Cha's. B. Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gillis and children of Midland; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and Children of Roswell, N.M.; and Mr. and Mrs 1 . Charles Jones Jr. and children, of Lubbock. Recent visitors in t)he home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moore were their sons, 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wayne Moore and children of Pampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore of Abilene. The Mooi-es also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs 1 . J. B. Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Elbert of Amarillo spent the Easter week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hei-man Moselcy and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Elbert. WAIT FOR IT! r* Am#I<#f^ Drug Sfoi* NATIONALLY ADVERTISED in LEADING MAGAZINES, SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS? RADIO and TELEVISION APRIL DAYS OHtf Hundreds of items at 2 for the price of \ PLUS A PENNY! Parsons Drug FARMERS ARE INVITED TO THE Cotton Insect and Weed Control Meeting AT DODSON TUESDAY, APRIL 14 AT 2 P. M. We invite you to the Weed and Cotton Insect Meeting that will be held at the Dodson Co-Op Enterprises on Tuesday, April 14 at 2 p. m. At this meeting agricultural scientists will explain the new methods that have been developed for the control of weeds and cotton insects. We believe that it is important for the cotton grower to learn as much about these new methods as possible for weeds and insects are a problem every growing season. The First State Bank Dodson, Texas

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