The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 9, 1964 · Page 7
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 9, 1964
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CONTOUR FARMING EAST OF WELLINGTON Herbert Bearden practices contour farming on a field that has closed end level terraces, shown above, at his farm east of Wellington. A cooperator of Salt Fork Soil Conservation District, he points out contour farming will stop gully erosion and prevent soil and water runoff being wasted to silt up a stream. It is the amount of moisture that goes into the soil that counts, points out Bob Crawford, work unit conservationist of Soil Conservation Service. ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL NOTES Mrs. A. C. Gray, medical, has been a patient since March 31. Walter Jack Campbell, 17- year did son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell, medical, Mar. 31 and April 1. 'Wall, Ward, medical, has been a patient since March 31. Mrs. Will Ward, medical, has a- patient since March 31. § Mrs. John Wolf, medical, Ap- 1 1 to 6. :f; Jim Wood, medical, April 2 "to 5. A. M. Saunders, medical 1 , Ap' .ril 2 to 5. Velman Warrick, medical, has ibeen a patient since April 2. Aubert Lewis, 3-year-old son •of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lewis, medical, April 2 to 4. Leslie Joe Cummings, 13- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cummings, surgical, April 3 and 4. Michael Wayne Cummings, 6- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cummin&s, surgical, April 3 and 4. Merritt James, medical, has "been a patient since April 3. Shane Bart Tarver, 5-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Tarver, surgical, April 4 and 5. Sally Nell Tarver, 6-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Tarver, surgical, Aip'ril 4 and 5. Mrs. Charles B. Jones, medi- THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 9, 1964 cal, has 'been a patient since April 4. Mary Ann Clark, 17-months- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Olark of Arlie Route, Childress, medical, has been a patient since April 5. Troy Marsh, medical, was admitted April 6. Patients admitted earlier and released since March 31 are: Mrs. Bobby Joe Seale, April Jerry Don Cole, April 2. Mrs. Lee Roark, April 3. Fred Williams, April 3. Mrs. D. J. Betenibough, April 5. Jerry DePauw of Quail, medical, March 17 and 18. DeRay Uselton of Childress, medical, March 17 to 19. Barry Lynn Farris, 10-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Olan Farris of Dodson, medical, March 18 to 20. Mrs. Maxie Tarver, surgical, March 18 to 23. Bobby Lee Payne, medical, March 19 through 24. A. M. Saunders, medical, March 19 and 20, Mrs. D. M. McNeil, medical, March 20 and 21. Mrs. Pete Jones', medical, March 20 to 27. Mrs. Frank Kennedy of Quail medical, March 20 to 27. Mrs. Tor Kilgore, medical, March 20 to 24. Leathia Baker, 8-year-old DR. JACK L. ROSE OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses Closed Saturday Afternoons 505 Main MEMPHIS Phone 259-2216 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Baker, medical, March 20 to 23. Millard Wade Brown, medical, March 21 to 24. •Mark Ray Hoffarth, 11-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hoffarbh, mediical, Mai-ch 22 to 25. Mrs. R. S. Montague, medical, March 22 ,to 25. Mrs. Steve Hernandez, obstetrical, March 23 to 26. Mrs. Wade Welch, medical, March 23 to 25. ILynna Diane Nunnelley, 7- months-'old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Nunnelley, medical 1 , March 23 to 27. Jerry Don Cole, medical, has been a patient since March 24. Suzan Raynea Hull, 5-weeks- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Hull, 2604 North Hill, Amarillo, medical, March 24 to 27. Mrs. J. R. Reynolds, medical, March 24 to 28. Mrs. E. V. McOlendon, medical, March 25 to 28. Mrs. Leon Meek, medical, March 25 to 28. Connie Lynn Lewis, 8-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carthel Lewis, tonsillectomy, March 27 and 28. Joe Hrncirik, medical, March 27 to 30. Mrs. Lonnie Neeley of Quail, medical, March 27 and 28. Mrs. Billy Joe Seale of Vega, surgical, has been a patient since March 29. Fred Williams, medical, was admitted March 30. Mrs. Lee Roark of ILutie, mediical, was admitted March 30. Ermelinda Robles, S-months- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. both...and a GAS range is cleaner. Mrs. J. J. Pbster has cooked on both gas and electric ranges and she knows •5 from experience. Only gas broiling is closed-door broiling.. .the flame consumes any smoke. Keeps your kitchen cooler, cleaner. See the modern, new, automatic gas ranges on sale nowl Festival of Gas Range Salt at Bat Appliance Dealers Rockets Take Fourth in Kress Relays Saturday Wellington's track team (placed fourth in the Kress Relays 'Saturday, April 4, with 54 ,polnt£, Coach Don Beck reported. First iplace went to Idalou with 87, while Sprinklake and Farwell tied 1 for second .and third witfli 73 points each. Hale •Center ran up 42 points to come in fifth. Ten other schools participated in the relays. The only other school from this area t}o participate was Memphis, which got 11 points. Individual Skyrocket wining-s were: 120-yard high hurdles, Bryan Hatch third, 15.5. 180-yard low hurdles', Hatch fourth, 21.4. 880-yard dash, Olan Moore second, 2:07.2; Tommy Yarbrough fourth, 2.11; and Dwayne Poteet fifth, 2:12. One mile run, Lynn Wolf third, 5:14. Discus, Chester MciLain third, 123'. Shot: Joe Rudy second, 44'. Pole vault), Gary Bergvall first, 10'3". GAME WARDENS GET FASTER CARS AUSTIN.—State Parks and W/i'Mlife Department is replacing some six-cylinder cars used by game wardens 'with modern motor mounts called "Police Specials." Department's executive director, Weldon Watson, said the new V-8's are faster and "will help overcome a serious handicap to our warden forces." Couples Tour State Points Mr. and Mrs. Walter Needham, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clifton of Dumas, have returned from two weeks vacation over Texas. Leaving Wellington March 1G they went down-state on Highway 83, then across South Texas to Corpus Christi tp visit Mr. and Mrs. Dayle Neediham and family. They were there a week seeing points of interest, going out into the Gulf on Capt. Clark's double deck fishing boat, and seeing 15 to 20 pound fish pulled in. On Sunday, March 22, they went up the coast to Mt. Belview and Baytown, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fudge and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hed'ger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mareece Befb. The three women are sisters of Mrs. Needham and Olif- ton. A week in that area saw them visit points of interest including the 486 foot San Jacinto monument and the Battleship Texas, the NASA space center, and Galveston. The four returned through East Texas to visit a 74-year- old uncle near Texarkana. They drove more than 2,000 miles and the road from Wellington to Childress was the only one they passed over twice. Ricardo Robles, medical, March 24 to 27. Patients admitted prior to March 17 and released since that date are: Jan Renae Meares of Roscoe, March 17. Mrs. Tom Harper, March 18. Mrs. Howard Powell, -March 18. Mrs. Logan Bailey, March 18. Chester Fires, March 19. Mre. Susie Fulcher, March 19. Mrs. W. F, Harbin, March 19. Mrs. C. R. Neece, March 19. John Oldham, March 20. Kimberly Schlegel of Shamrock, March 20. Mrs. Allie Willingham, March 22. W. A. Bettis, March 23. B. B. Martin, March 25. Anthony Wade Porter, March 26. It's the "Festival of Gas" Range Sale I What a savings! Caloric's Compacto was $233!! Now Only |95 after trade-in plus tax. •B__^__ ...with Keep-Warm 140° oven and automatic Burner-with-a-Brain! ^. at LONE STAR GAS COMPANY RITZ Phone 447-2575 ThuTs. — Fri. A-MY CAST OF HUNDREDS ...MOSTLY GHOULS! Sat. — Sun. Mon. - Tues. G A Rock [HOWARD HAWKS __ lan's Favorite Sport p" ~ Paula Prentjss t must . t ECHNirni nc Wed. April 15th Bargain Nile Station West starring Dick Powell Jane Greer NESTLE Instant Drink Mix KEEN 3 for $ 1 Cane SUGAR -59* 5 Pounds Maryland Club COFFEE Pound -75* USDA GRADE "A" FRYERS Pound 29* TOP-O-TEXAS 2 pounds PINKNEY'S Glaidiola FLOUR TO Ib. print Mead's Kimbell's Sliced BEETS 303 Size 3 for 39* Carnation TUNA KIM Pink Lotion Quart Kimbell's Instant COFFEE 6 oz. -79* YORK APPLES 2 Pounds CELLO CELERY 29$ BORDENS MELLORINE i/ 2 Gallon We Deliver Dial 447-2561 We Give S & H Green Stamps Raymond Patton Luther Sullivan

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