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

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 9, 1964
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Awards Presented Quo// FHA Honors Fathers at Banquet Quail Future Farmers honored tiheir fathers and other guests at the annual banquet Thursday evening, April 2. The guest speaker was Royee Bottiford, memlber of the farm department of KGNC-TV in Amarillo. Bot^iford, himseJf a former FPA state president, reminded the boys that farming has become Wig business, and he pointed to Wie opportunities in agriculture awaiting young men. These, he explained, lie in t)he processing and merchandising of farm products, as well as in tilling the soil. He urged the fcoys to con- $nue their education beyond the high .school level. Two honorary members were installed, Raymond Ross and Travis McGuire, a rancher and farmer of the Quail area. Frank Kennedy, vocational agriculture instructor, presented the awardtei to Future Farmers for outstanding work in various fields. These included: DeKalb Award, Mike Mitchell; Star Greenhand, Robert Blevins; Star Chapter Farmer, Rodney Hill; Farm Safety A- ward, Smokey Mitchell; Livestock Farming Award, Dwane Campbell; also Farm Electrification, Reed Souder; Farm Mechanics, Charles Boen; Public Speaking, Rodney Hill;, and chapter scholarship, Stanley Gosnell. Johnny Carson received the $5 check given by the. City State (Bank for the neatest and most accurate record book. Certificates of merit were presented the grass judging team that .partdoiipated in the Amarilto Livestock Shaw, and went to Royce Mitchell, Bruce Ward, Walter McGill and Don Moms. A musical program was presented by Richard Gilbreth of Lakeview, formerly of Quail, and Warren Carter. FFA officers presented the opening and closing ceremonies. Taking part were Rodney Hill, president; Joe Harm, vice president). Denzil Phijpps, treasurer; Jerry Boyce, secretary; and Stanley Gosnell, reporter. Dwane Campbell was toastmaster, GosneN welcomed the quests and Phipps introduced them. Approximately 1QQ attended. • Mr. and . Mrs. Howard Blevins, Mickye and Karen, of Lubbock were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Blevins over the week end. • Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boon during the week end were Mr. and Mrs. IX R. Lawgley, Mr. and Mrs. James Boen and daughter, o;f Wellington; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens of Dodson; and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Nixon and children of Oklahoma City. • Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mcsser visited in Hedley Sunday, in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Simmons. • Mr. and Mrs. Warren Carter visited in Abilene over the week end with ihis sister and mother, Mrs. Thelma IBeal and Mrs. Alva Carter. • Easter week end guesits in the home of Mr. and' Mrs. G. T. Stephens were Mr. and Mrs. James MiMer, Stevie and My- lina of Turkey; Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Poteet, Eddie and Mike of Lufobock; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stephens, Sherry and Trent of Slidell; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Phillips of Spearman; Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Martin of Memphis, and James Stephens and Buford of Odessa. • Min. E. -L. Dennis filled his regular appointment at the Church of Christ Sunday morning. After services he and Mrs. Dennis drove to Willow, Okla., to visit her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Shields. • Mrs. Dick Campbell and Judy vasited Monday night in Sayre, Okla., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rose. John Rose and daughters, Karen and Beverly of Huntington Beach, Calif., were also visitors in tjhe Rose home. Mrs. C. C. Rose Is confined to the hospital. • Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boen were Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Langley and children, Mr. and Mrs. James Boen and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens of Dodson. • Mr. and Mrs. Warren Carter spent Saturday in Clarendon with her sister, Mrs. Juda Bell, who is staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Page. They report Mrs. Bell is improving after her recent illness. • Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Robinson visited recently in Quitaque with their daughter, Rev. and Mrs. MeMn Mathis. On Sunday the Robinsons visited in Amarillo with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Robinson. • Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Crab-1 THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 9, 1964 Singing School at Memphis Plans have been completed for a singing school in the First Christian Church, Memphis, beginning Monday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m. This will be a 1 ten-day school, Monday through Friday nights for two weeks, according to Mrs. .J. F. McTntush, secretary- treasurer of the Hall County Singing Convention, which is sponsoring the school. Rev. E. F. Cook of F.ort Worth will foe the instructor. He has ihad 39 years teaching and! has just closed a class in California. He is well known in the Panhandle, having been pastor of the Glenwood Baptist Church in AmarUlo several years. tree visited Thursday of last week with her sister, -Mrs; Ada Edwards, who is a patient in St. Anthony's Hosipita.1 in Am- aridlo. • Funeral services for John Stpkes of Joplin, Mo., were held Saturday. March 21. Mrs. Stokes is a sister of Mrs. A. L. Robinson. Lansing is the Michigan. capital of McLean Plans Vera Back Day In honor of Mrs. Jim (Back, author of a new book of West Texas recollections and the teacher of three generations of its children 1 , the city council of McLean, as announced by Mayor John C. Haynes. is declaring April 13 "Vera Back Day." In celebration of the day, the Library Board, with the cooperation of the Pioneer Study Club is inviting the public to an autographing pai-ty for Mrs. Back. Copies of her Ibook, which has the interesting title "Feathers," will ibe on display for a)l)T to admire. By special permission from the publisher, the Naylor Company of San. Antonio, these pre-publication first editions may be (bought now prior to the date for national release. Mrs. Back .taught a number of years ago at the Enterprise School in this county. The autographing party, scheduled for next Monday afternoon and evening from 2 until 9, will be iheld at the Lovett Memorial Library at the corner of Second and Main streets in McLean. Refreshments will Ibe served bo all attending. -Ji.1 ir IB «k •i IB JB.L1I BFt ,!===: II I •! II • Ji.1 .„•. -•"•*"•'• •*^£********w***w***w*%*^^^W%WH\WWmH Feed yiperior ALL-IN-ONE PRECISION ENGINEERED FOR STRONG HEALTHY j; CHICK-TO- PULLET. TO-EGG GROWTH £ ALL THE WAY COME IN— WE ARE YOUR FEED & FARM HEADQUARTERS Our business is serving our friends—and we think there's a real service in handling SUPERIOR ALL-IN-ONE to raise chicks to full-grown hens. One feed is all you need — with never a set-back from changing feeds. Come in and see us. 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PEPPER 3 ctns. — $1.00 Imperial Pure Cane SUGAR 5 Ibs. — 59* Shurfine CAN POP 24 can case - $1.79 SHURFINE Shurfine Spag. or Macaroni 3 boxes -— 19* Kellcy MILK Gallon — 79* Van Camp No. 303 can Pork and Beans 4 for — 49* 3 Pounds — Large Each Shortening 59C teffuce 15$ Large Pound — •«*•••• Bananas 20 Pounds — Potatoes 59<?

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