The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 16, 1964 · Page 3
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April 16, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

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Neutl THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 16, 1964 Wellington FHA Observes National Week With Series of Activities Elizabeth Lucas, Cloyce Scarberry Marry in Electra Ceremony Recently Wellington Future Homemak- j era are observing National FHA Week, April 5 through 11, with a series of events in which they honor their parents and teachers*, work in community and school service projects, and hove a little fun on the side. The 60 girls who are members of the chapter this year opened their week with a potluck supper for their parents Monday evening, April 6. Tuesday, there were "Apples for the Teacher"—big crisp apples tjied with red and white ribbons, the PHA colors, presented /to each teacher. Wednesd'ay was "No Litter Day," and posters, were put up in the high school. Friday no one will be able to miss these Future Homemakers. It's their "Red and White Day," when all FHA'ers will wear red and) white. •Saturday, the girls will hold a foake sale at C&H Pharmacy from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. In a called meeting Monday, the girls voted to donate $10 to CARE and to buy an air conditioner for the Homemaking Department. Sponsor of the Future Homemakers Chapter is Mrs. Dee Coleman, homemaking teacher. The girls carry out a 1 full .program of work, some of it ibas- ed on the (national program, part of it continuing from year to yeai-, and other parts of Lunchroom Menu Monday, April 20: Ground beef patty on a Ibun, onion, mustard, pickles;, lettuce and tomatoes, potato chips, cheese sticks, fried okra, fruiit crisp, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Tuesday, April 21: Pork salad sandwich, ripe olives, lettuce and tomato salad, whipped potatoes, aipple rings, peanut butter cookies, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Wednesday, April 22: Chicken fried steak with cream gravy, fluffy potatoes, green |pea sa'lad, rolled wheat hot rolls and butter, fruited jello with whip topping, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Thursday, April 23: Salmon croquettes and catsup, blue lake green beans, hot 'potato salad, carrot sticks, hot rolls and ibut- ter and jelly, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Friday, April 24: Baked beans with weiners, cheese stuffed celery, oven fried potatoes, coi-nlbread squares, pineapple upsidedown cake, half pint milk or chocolate miiJk. their own planning for a particular season. Officers of the chapter are Anna Kay Kelso, (president; Linda Karnes, first vice president; Patricia Bouchelle, second vice president; Jan Lind- .sey, third' vice president; Karen Childless, fourth vice president; Gail Henard, fifth vice president; Linda Richardson, secretary, Carolyn Christjian, treasurer; Rose Montgomery, .parliamentarian; Vickie Mayhugh, historian, and Karen Richardson, pianist. The chapter meetings are each second' Monday evenings, and at present the gdirls are engaged in selling cook books as a fund raising project. Their talent is seen on the area as well as local level, for three members sing in the area chorus, Karen Childress, Connie Null and Patricia Wilson. Anna Kay Kelso won the area talent contest. Two girls, Anna Kay and one other, will attend the state FHA convention, along with a mother, Mrs. Pat Bouchelle, and Mrs. Coleman. This will be held in Austin May 1 amd 2. Each year the Wellington Future Homemakers entertain the incoming freshmen and work out each month's program around i?he national goals. This year, the Wellington chapter has given a skit on early marriage, made u|p food baskets for needy families, presented a program on "Understanding Yourself and 1 Your Values," and another iprogram to spark interest in maiding their own recreation here. The Assembly of God in Elect™ was the setting for the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Lucas and Cloyce Scarberry, both of AmariKo, at seven o'clock Saturday evening, April 14. The Rev. C. S. Sfcanton officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrai. R. L. Lucas of Eleotra, while the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Scaifoerry, 1109 Fort Worth Street, Wellington. Baskets of gladioli and candelabras were on each side of an arch to decorate the altar area. A kneeling bench completed the arrangement. Wedding music was present^ed by -Mrs. Frank Warren, organist, and Miss Karen Harris, vocalist. Mr. Lucas gave his daughter 5m marriage. She wore a wihite satin street length dress with a fitted lace bodice and scalloped neckline. He shoulder length veil was attached to a crystal tiara, and she carried an orchid atop a white [Bible. Miss Jackie Nell Lucas, sis^ ter of the bride, was the maid of honor, and Miss Helen Strange, the bride's roommate, was bridesmaid. They wore orchid organdy dresses with matching accessories and corsages of white carnations. •Grover Graham of Oklahoma City was the best man and the ushers were Gary Don Robinson of Amarillo and Joe Davis of Wellington. Junior attendants were Janice Rogers, flower girl, and Danny Deger, ring bearer,'both of Amarillo. 'Lighting the candles were Jan Raschke and Randall Lucas of Electra, cousin and brother of the bride. The reception was held in the Electra community center. As the couple left on a wedding trip to Carlslbad Caverns, the bride wore an orchid three- piece suit with 'white accessories and am orchid corsage. The bride was graduated from Electra high school and They have made money for the chapter, to buy equipment for the home ec department •and to send the delegates to the state meeting. The Future Homemakers helped with the Red' Cross drive; they sent cards to the State Hospital and sent stamps to help fight tuberculosis. Baptist WMU Holds Luncheon The Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met at noon Monday, April 6, for a luncheon in the church dining room. After lunch Mrs. P. E. Lowrie was in charge of the Royal Service program on "The Jews, Our Neighbors." She was assisted by Mrs. C. T. Hubbard, Mrs. Eddie Slay, Mrs. Eugene Brewer, Mrs. Silas Crawford, and Mrs. Olan Lowe. attended Southwestern Junior College in WaxahacMe. She is employed at the American Na u tional Bank in AmariHo. A graduate of Wellington high school, the bridegroom attended West Texas State University in Canyon and Is employed by Claud Morton, Amarillo. The couple is at home at 1615 Polk St., Apartment B, Amarillo. Attending the wedding from Wellington were Mr. and Mrs. Scarberry, parents of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Ruth Wyrick. They were joined by former residents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Rotoinson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Deger and family of Amarillo. City Federation Meets Saturday Members of the City Federation of Women's Clubs met Saturday, Aipril 4 in the Collingsworth county library. Mrs. Emory Hunter was in charge of the program and described the recent myasthenia gravis clinic in Amarillo, lin which 17 patients were treated, coming from points as far distant as Coleman. The Wellington unit of the Northwest Texas Chapter of Myasthenia Gravis was started under the sponsorship of the city federation. Attending the meeting Saturday were Mrs. B. M. Sims, president; Miss Hattie D. Wells, secretary; Mrs. C. T. Hubbard, Mrs. Bob Stephenson, -Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, Mrs. John Coleman, Mrs. R. H.'Isbell, Mrs. Emory Hunter and Mrs. Luther Gribble. • Junior Auxiliary Plans Project Members of St. Joseph's- Junior Hospital Auxiliary met recently and in a business' meeting voted to decorate tjhe hospital each month, carrying out holiday themes. The first dec- Fred Capps recently returned from Salinas, Calif., where he spent) two months with his daughter, Mrs. W. W. Gardiner, the former Nola Capps. He is now at the home of another daughter, Mr. and) Mrs; Frank Thomason at Clarendon. B. B. Martin of Dodson is in St. Anthony's Hospital Room No. 403-B at Amarillo. He is recovering from surgery which he underwent Friday, March 27. He is expected to be in this hospital about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. David Armstrong and daughters, of bock, spent the Easter week end in the home of her mother, Mrs. W. W. McClaskey. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith and Ann. Mrs. Glenn Hickey 'Sr. returned to her home at Mt. Ida. Ark., the first of the week af- er spending last week in the ome of her son, Dr. arid Mrs. Glenn Hickey. Mrs. J. D. Camipbell and ons, Jerry and Randy and Urs. Don Thompson and son, Craig, all of Odessa, spent the t week end with Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Fike. Mrs. R. L. Tennison and daughters, Mrs. Bobo Castle- jerry and Mrs. R. L. Temple- on attended the funeral of jheir cousin, Mrs. James rhrockmartin, at Dozier, Sunday, April 5. Week end visitors iin the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Zook Thomas 1 and Nancy were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bennett and) Bonner, Mrs 1 . Doyle Champion and three daughters, all of (Lubbock, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nickleson of White Deer. Puerto Rico means rich port. Garden Club Meets April 1 The Wellington Garden Club met Wednesday, Alpril 1, in the cluib room of the Greenlbelt Electric Cooperative buildling. Mre. Joe Thompson and Mrs. Ray Clubb were hostesses. Mrs. L. E. Gribble, president, presided. The cluto voted to give $10 to the Spotlight fund, started by the 1924 Study Club. The club received notice of the winning of a state award but no details were given. Mrs. Gribble will go to Austin to receive the award 1 . Reports on the park and cemetery projects were given. Mr. Cecil Regier gave the program on "Other Lands and Ours." He talked oni the agni- cult;urail interests of Iran. Refreshments were served to 18 members. orations will go up in May. Plans were made for a money-raising project, and tihe next meeting was announced for April 21. Members present were Nancy Sanford, Linda Richardson Laquita Martin. Nancy Holton Mitzie Hartman, Linda Garri son, Rie Schneider, Mary Mar tin, Janie Jones, Becky Brewer, Vickie Berg vail, Linda Winton, Linda Me Olendon, Carolyn Christian Kathy Davis', Marsha ElJbert Carol Hanna and -the counsel or, Mrs. B. -M. Sims. More owners of low-priced cars are moving up to Olds than ever before! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Du- bofe and Richard Jr. and Mrs. Frank Owens, all of Oklahoma City spent Friday and Saturday of last week in the home of their daughter and granddaughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Hiram Cassel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Britton had as their guests during the week end her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Weaver and' her niece and nephew, Carolyn Weaver and Tommy Sheward, all of Mangum. Other .guests were her brother and sister- in-law, -Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weaver of Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Readnour of Gage, Okla., visited Sunday evening with her mother, Mrs'. S. IB. Jackson, a-nd also with Miss Edyth Jackson, Sid Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Derryberry. Mrs. Verna Hutchinson has been moved from the Groom Hospital to Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo. Her friends may write to her there. Rev. and Mrs. Sam Warsel and daughters, Debbie and Penny, of Canton, Okla., visited Monday in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Hiram Cassel. Rev. Warsel is pastor of the First Christian Church in Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Lawny Lewis and son, of Weatherford, Okla., sipent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowen. Mrs. J. L Hurt Entertains Class The Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met Thursdfay, A$>ril 8 in the 'home of Mra. J. L. Durt for the monthly (business meeting and luncheon. Mrs. P. E. Lowrie opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. M. I/. ILynn gave the devotional. A luncheon was served at the Marriage Licenses noon hour, after which a short business session was conducted. Douglas Rabuni of Houston is visiting his parent^ and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Raburn and Miss Virda Raburn. Douglas wiW relport to Lackland Air Force Base at San Antonio April 17 to 'begin 'basic training. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Raburn, Miss Virda Ralburn and Douglas Raburn were in Dumas on Sunday to visit Mr. and Mi-s. Joe Raiburn and to return little Miss Janice Rabum to her home. Miss Celia Hay Aiiderson, student at Texas Technological College at Lubbock spent the holidays with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kopp and family. Mrs. O'Hair Gives Demonstration Mrs. Pat O'Hair presented a demonstration on refinishing furniture at her home Thursday, April 3, for members* of the Quail Friendship Club. For this demonstration, the last coat of paint was applied to a kitchen canister set which was then given to the Quail Homemaking cottage. During the business session, reports were given iby committee chanrmen and by the treasurer, Mrs. Ira Morgan. The past president, Mrs. John Bishop, was presented) a gift in recognition of service to the club for 1963. Clulb projects for 1964 were discussed. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Mon^y Mitchell, Mrs. Pat O'Hair, Mrs. John Bishop, Mrs. Ira Morgan, Mra. Tom Crabtree, Mrs. Herbert Field, Mrs. Tom Wilson, and the hostess, Mrs. Ray Godbey. The meeting was- adjouirned after the closing prayer was saiid in unison. Those attending were Manes. W. W. M«Claskey, J. F. Elliott, J. C. Scott. T. M. Mayihugh, Mattie Balch, J. A. Lowe, P. E. Lowrie, Doshia Dix, Ida Hardin, W. F. Roberts, Also Mmes. M. L. Lynn, R. W. Brantley, L. D. MoMinn, S. R. Davis, Charles Slay, W. A. Bennett, V. J. Simpson, and Miss Grace Clement, and Mrs Glenn Hickey Sr. of Mt. Ida, Ark., and the hostess, Mrs, Burt. Mrs. Deger Club Hostess Mrs. Denzil Deger was hostess to the Samnorwood Youn}, Matrons Club Thursday, Afpri 2, and Mrs. Kenneth King wa in charge of the business ses sion. Each member displayed piece of needlework or hand craft of her own making. Refreshments were served t Mrs*. James Martindale, Mr: Douglas Coleonan, Mrs. Don aid Coleman, Mrs. King, Mrs. John Stages, Mrs. J. H. Oldham and the hostess, Mrs>. Deger. Carl Rufus Washington, 50, and Mrs. Hester Mae Sanders, 49, Collingsworth county, Mar. 13. Danny Roto Gamble, 19, and Miss Rhonda Beth Whorton, 18, Harmon county, Okla 1 ., March 14. Bill Ben Rainer, 44, and Mrs, Rutjh Charlotte HfflU, Collinga- worth county, March 19. Bobby Lynn Heath, 19, and Hiss Judy Carol Ogden, 16, landall county, March 26. K. V. Willard Jr., 26, Potter county, and Miss Patsy Ruth Wilkerson, 21, of Collingsworth county, March 27. Leroy Charles Hill, 19, and Vliss Lorene King, 18, Harmon county, Okla., March 27. Jackie Edward Nation, 22, and Miss Anna Mac Baggett, 18, Collingsworth county, Mar. 27. Bargains in tihe Classifieds. Richard Charles Bunce, 18, and Miss Judy 'Lynn Anglund, 15, Jackson county, Okla,, Mar. 30. Geanis OMfton -Myers, 27, and Mrs. Irene Wheeler, 22, Harmon county, OMa., April 1. Young Home makers Have Flower Study The Wellington Chapter of the Young Homemakera Club of America met -Monday, Atpril 6 in the homemaking department of Wellington high school. Mrs. J. M. Strong gave a demonstration on flower arrangements and making four kinds of coi-sages. The corsages were presented to those present, Mrs. Strong also answered questions on when and how to plant different flowers. A film was shown of flowers and their arrangements. Mrs. Doug Barker was hostess and other* present were Mrs. Wendell McPtraw, Mrs. Benson Long. Mrs. Bobby Langford and Mrs. Strong. TV Service """* .wrt"***''*'**"'' -*" ,.^-~^C..^:£i3^- jn.~" ..-±->~;£"Z&!2*"~''^^~>- ^.^.^yz-^f^^. 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