The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 9, 1964 · Page 8
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April 9, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 8

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Washington School ••, *( >. , > ^ v 1 st •> Panthcrettcs Compete f .^ , y, >.,_•'*•'•< k i * rv in State League Meet The Paittiherettes of Booker T. Washington high school won first place in the girls Athletic division of the District 1-B Interscholastic League meet and with it the right -to represent the district in *he state meet. The district event was held at J. J. Rhodes high school in Childress. Saturday, April 4. The state meet will foe held this week end at Prairie View State Codtege, Prairie View. The Pantherettes made a total of 77 points and received the' first place trophy. All other first place winners from Washington school will also participate in the state contests. i. Winners in the various events were: ; Junior spelling, Betty Rose Moore and Carolyn Kilgore, first; junior declamation, James Autry Smith, first; female solo, Ask for Social Security Report Within the recent few <weeks most workers in ithe Amarillo &rea got a form W-2 from their employers. This form is a statement of their salaries or wages for 1963 and the amount of taxes withheld. For 9 out of 10 wage earn- ersi, social security flaxes • of 3%% were taken out of the first $4,800 of their earnings. Hal Ceeldon, district manager., of social security in Amarillo, suggests that every worker should occasionally ask for a statement of earnings credited to his social security account This statement] can be compared with personal records such as the withholding tax form, to Ibe sure ithe social security record is correct. It's even more imjportant for the worker to do this if he has held several different jobs during the year. Geldon said it\ is very easy to gefe (this statement from social security. His office ihas a preraddreased post card used to request a wage statement. Future social security payments will be based on the wages posted to .tjhe worker's account. For this reason it's impotiteint for the wages to t>e correctly reported and credited. . To get the post card form or for other information, write, call or visit the social security office at 1006 Adams 'Street, Amarillo. Sally Ann Meadows, first; male sdk>, Calvin Roland 1 , second; octet, third, with these students participating: Marie Pearl Kilgore, Lou Helen Moore, Doro : thy Gean Thomas, Nellie Sango, 'Mae F. Moore. Jessie Culpepper, Jr., Terry Jones and Calvin Roland; Senior spelling, Marie Kilgore and Lou Helen Moore, third place. Others participating in ijhe literary events were Robert i Barber, senior declamation; John Price and Virgil Massey; ready writing; and Rosco Meadows. Track and Field, Boys 100-yard dash, Terry Jones, fourth, 10.8; low hurdles, Claude (Barber, third; 440-yard dash. Calvin Roland), third, 50.3; 440-yard relay, John Price, Jimmy Barber, Calvin/ Roland and Terry Jones, second; Mile run, Jessie Culpepper, .second;.mile relay, Calvin Roland, Bobbie • Powell, Rosco Meadows, James Smith, third. Girls Trace This was the .division in which the Washington giris won their troiphy: 50-yard dash, Mary Ingram, first, 6.5; Lou Helen Moore, second. 6.7; 200-yard relay, Mary Ingram, Betty Moore, Mae F. Moore and Lou Helen Moore, second; 440-yard relay, Mary Ingram, Carolyn Kilgore, Mae Frances' Moore and Lou H. -Moore, first; 57.5; Discus throw,- Mary Ingram fourth; Irene Dawkins fifth; 'Baseball throw, iLouH: Moore first, 192.4 feet; Mary Ingram second, 191.8 feet. Sponsors of the various event® were W. E. Franks, principal; Mrs. W. E. Franks, Mrs. Helen Minor, Miss Mary Rider, Miss P. L. Randle, Lo.- renzo Person, and Miss Francine Childs. Mrs. Mary V. Rollings of Vernon, formerly of Dodson. spent the Easter week end vis- itiing friend's in Dodson. She attended /the Dodson Methodist Church 'Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. .Grant Wooldridge and sons spent Saturday and Sunday in. Knox City with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.'O. Warren. Jesse DelBord and children, Dale and Cheryl, of ILnibbock, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. DeBord, recently. GRUSOME FOURSOME Those masters of menace (from left) Basil Rathbone, Vincent Price, Peter Loire and Boris Karloff appear together for the very first time as stars of American International's "The Comedy of Terrors." The color and Panavision terror comedy, opening Thusday at the Ritz Theatre, also stars Joyce Jameson with Joe E. Brown as guest star. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 9, 1964 Campseys Move to Wellington Mr. and Mrs. Palmer B. Campsey and children recently moved here from Abilene. They are living ait 1201 Floydada St. Campsey is District Representative for Paymaster Feeds and ihe chose Wellington for his new home because it is near his work and they like to live in a town, of this size, ,tfiey told friends. The Camipseys have two Iboys, Ohet, age 3%. years, and Chan, 16 months. They are members of the Baptist Church. Campsey is a great nephew of Mrs 1 . V. J. Simpson, Mrs. J. A. Lowe and the late 'Mrs. S. B. Bowen. Shanks Visit in the Valley Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shanks and daughter, Peggy and Mr. and 'Mrs. John Winkler, Tip- tow, Oklahoma, recently visited with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone Penick, in McAllen. The Tyrone Penicks recently moved to the Valley after their graduation from Abilene Christian College in Abilene. Hr. Penick is with the Sears Managers Training Program and Mrs. Penick is teaching in the McAllen school system. The group visited several points of interest, inchidling Padre Island, Matamoras and) Reynosa, Hexico, and other places near McAIlen. Verdel Mostens Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. Verdel Hasten recently returned to the States after spending 19 months with the Army in Ethiopia. Hasten received his discharge in New York and 'they are now visiting his parents', Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hasten. On Sunday, April 5, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Armstrong entertained the Hastens and other members of the family. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Wilks Master* and Sandra, Graver; Dr. and Mrs. Brooke Green of El Paso, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith, Dallas.; Mrs. M. I. Wilks and Don Wilks, Mr. r and" Mrs. Cecil Masljen, Mr. and Mrs. Verdel Hasten and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong. NEWS OP MEN IN SERVICE LANGLEY APB, Va.—Maa- ter Sergeant Kenneth L. Tollison, son' of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tollison of North Sixth St., Ada, Okla., has graduated from the Tactical Air Command Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy here. S&t. Tollison was trained in management, leadership, human relations and other duties and responsibilities of senior Air Force noncommissioned officers. He is returning to .his* permanent unit at Carswell AFB in Texas. A former student at Vanson, Okla.. high school, the sergeant entered the service in November 1947. His wife is the former Rita Joyce (Brown of Vinson. USS RANGER (FHTNC). — Ronald W. Cummings, yeoman third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Cummings of Wellington returned to Ala- nieda, Calif., March 26 aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Ranger, completing a month of intensive training operations off the San Diego, Calif., coast. The training was conducted by the Fleet Training Group and gave the Rangers' crew an opportunity to increase the combat readiness of the ship tjhrough drills, gunnery (practice and flight training operations. Airman Jerry R. Belew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Belew of Wellington is being reassigned to Sheppard Air Force Base for technical training as a U. S. Air Force missile facilities specialist. Adrman Belew completed basic military training at Lackland AFB. The airman is a graduate of Wellington high school and is a former student at Wichita (Kan.) University. OIL AND GAS NEWS Lease: Florence Myrtle Johnson 'Garrett; and ihusiband to Gulf Oil Corp.—SW/4 section 13, Mock-12 and NE/4 section 85, block 11. Lease: Warren Douglas Johnson and wife to Gulf Oil Corp. —N/2 of "NW/4 and SE/4 of NW/4 section 96, block 11. ILease: J. L. Reeves and wife to Gulf Oil Corp.—SW/4 section 17, block 12. Royalty deed: Ernest Johnson to E. Hayes Siebar—S/2 of section 72. block 21. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mfflsap, Sherman, recently visited in the home of thedr son, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Millsap and family. Little Hiss Janet Howell, daughter of Hr. and Hrs. Jimmie Howell, Clovis, New Mexico, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrsu D. C. Tihom- ason and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell, Dodson. We Urge You ... Attend the Cotton Insect and Weed Control Meeting Tuesday, April 14 at 10:30 a. m. i District Courtroom This meeting, sponsored by the Extension Service, will provide information that will be helpful to Codings- worth cotton farmers. Insects are one of the big problems of cotton farming today and the time for early season control is approaching. There are new developments in insecticides that could be beneficial. At such meetings you will learn of the New Practices and methods of weed control that are being developed by the agricultural scientists. The City State Bank believes that meetings like this one are valuable for the farmer who applies the information as it is needed in his individual circumstances. City State Bank In Wellington Over 50 Years of Dependable Banking Service That's what it takes to own a new Chevrolet Pickup equipped with Oil Bath Air Cleaner and heater. See it on our lot. Talk financing with us. We've got a plan that will fit your needs. Up to three years — low interest rates. CLARK Chevrolet Co, Service After The Sale Mr. Cotton Farmer! Make More Money From Your 1964 Crop attend the 2 Cotton Insect Meetings Tuesday, April 14 Wellington - 10:30 a. m. District Court Room Dodson - 2:30 p. m. Dodson Co-op Gin This is a crucial year for Collingsworth Cotton growers and one key to profit or loss on your crop will be INSECT CONTROL AND WEED CONTROL. That is why these meetings are so important to you. You will learn about: 1. Early season control of thrips, Fleahoppers and overwin- tering Weevils. 2. Other Insect Problems j 3. What's new in Insecticides Cutting down the cost of weed control is a major part in cutting the cost of cotton production, and control by chemicals and other new methods is developing fast. See Us For All Types of Insecticides and Fertilizers Cook Gram & Storage •%_ _ij • i ^1 ^^^^ Phone 447-2666 Donald Lang ley, Mgr. WELLINGTON, TEXAS 8th St. at Railroad Track

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