The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 16, 1964 · Page 4
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 4

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 16, 1964
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Late May Wedding Planned Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wood • A sophomore in West Texas are announcing the engagement State University, Miss Wood of their daughter, Janice, 'to wa! ? graduated from Wellington „ , _ . . ' • _,. high school and also attended John fceaird Duncan, the son TeXM Technologicail College in of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Duncan. Lubbock. The couple will 'be married Her fiance, a sophomore in at the First) Baptist Church in Amarillo College, also was Wellington Friday, May 29 at graduated at Wellington and six o'clock an the evening, and attended Draughon's Business all friends are invited. College. National Library Week Library Open House Set for April 17 Open house will be held at the Collingsworth county Ubra- ry Friday, April 17 in observance of National Liibrary Week, Mrs. Rob Isbell, librarian, has announced. The event will "begin at 1:30 p.m. "This is >an invitation to all who are interested to attend," Mrs. Isbell said. "Come toy the library, register and let us show you through." Sponsoring the open house is the Gity Federation of Women's Clubs. Wellington school children DodsonWSCS to Hear Mrs. HM The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Dodson Methodist Church will meet Tuesday, April 21 at 2 p.m. at the church, and all women interested are invited to attend. Mrs. L. L. Hill of Childress, wife of the district superintendent of the Childress district, will give a portion of the study book, "Teaching Toward Christian Perfection." "The book introduces three spiritual classics by Olive Wyon," said Mrs. A. V. Lowrie, who is helping with 'plans. "It is a study of three outstanding people whose whole lives were governed toy the desire for Christian perfection." Members of the Dodson WSCS will have further -meetings to complete the study of the book. These are on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, and it is expected that four meetings will be devoted to 'the study. from the lower grades will be brought by bus to visit the li- Ibrary, Mrs. Isbell said. The theme of National Library Week this year is "Reading Is the Key," and those visiting the library wiill hear an explanation of its facilities for readers of all ages. Assisting at the open house will be members of the Federation member clubs, the Garden Club, 1054 Study Clu'b, 1924 Study Club, Excelsior Club, Belles Lettres Club, Domestic Science Club, and the Dodson Civic Club. Owens-TJce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Owens are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Velma, to Doug Tice, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Tice of H-ollia. A June 5 wedding is planned. Miss Owens attended the Wellington schools. Mr. Tice was graduated from Ron high school and is now employed in HolKs. Quail YM Plan Pancake Supper The Quail Young Homemak- era Chub witl sponsor a ipan- cake supper Friday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Quail school cafeteria. Proceeds will be used to buy basketball suits for the junior high girls. Silk is. obtained from several species of moth. WIG SHOW Tues., April 21 11 a. m. to 6 p. m All kinds of styling from the Wig Salon of Amarillo. LOR AS BEAUTY SHOP Phone 447-5802 THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 16, 1964 Michelle Smith Receives Award as Future; Retired Teachers Honored Future teachers and/ retired teachers were honored by Gamma Kappa Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma ati a tea in the home of Miss Edgar Mae Mon- gole in Clarendon Saturday, April 11. A book review was. given by Mrs*. Marjorie Bain of Turkey and Miss Mildred Hulsey of Tulia. Using a 1 conversation type presentation, they reviewed the life, philosophy and accomplishments of Borghelde Dahl, author of "I Wanted to See." Despite almost total blindhess, Miss Dahl became a successful teacher, using as her philosophy "I dont' have trouble with difficulty, but difficulty has trouble with me." Future teachers honored were Misses Sara Beth Montgomery and Janice Pounds' of Memphis, Miss Michelle Smith of Wellington, 'Misses Patricia Green and Bonnie Ellen Rogers of Clarendon, and Miss Leta Allen of Ohildress. Retired teachers were Mrs. Ed Brown and Mrs". Clyde Brown of Collingsworth county; Miss Myrabelle Shaw, Miss Frances Long, and Mrs. Dora Diggs of Childress; Mrs. L. M. Cox, Mrs. J. H. Headrick, Mrs. Bemv Tom Prewitt and Mrs*. Auford Jay of Clarendon, and Miss Esta McEIratih of 'Memphis. Mrs. Brunetta Morris of Memphis, as chairman of the Committee on Professional Affairs, presented $50 grants-in- aid to Miss (Leta Allen of Childress and Miss Michelle Smith of Wellington. Miss Inez Blankenship of Clarendon, program chairman, repoited the comments of the Coffee Honors Mrs. Hickey Sr. Mrs.. Glenn Hickey Sr. of Mt. Ida, Ark., was honored at a coffee Wednesday morning, April 8, when -Mrs. Howard Riggs was hostess. The honor guest is the mother of Dr. Glenn Hickey and was here for a short visit. Assisting Mrs. Riggs in serving were Mrs. Frank Hatch and Mrs. A. B. Clark. Guestte who called from 10 to 11 o'clock, were Mrs. Guy B. Clement, Mrs. Ray Cluibb, Mrs. Bruce Kite, Mrs. 0. B. Raburn, Mrs. J. M. S towel 1, Mrs. O. R. Spear, Mrs. Ben Wilhelm, Mrs. Rolan Bryan. Mrs. Charles Cason Sr., Mrs. Cicero Gu/lley, Mrs. Silas Crawford, Mrs. Henry Davidson, Mrs. J. L. Hurt, Mrs. Wilton Ketchum, and Mrs. Dick Sweat. VFW Auxiliary to Meet Sunday A called meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will be held Sunday, April 19, at 2:30 in the VFW Hall. The purpose of the meeting is- to elect officers for the 196465 year, according to Mrs. Don Jones, president. Michelle Smith * * * state chalirman on the chapter yearbook as "Excellent, good music, good everything," Miss Blankenship also announced the appointment of Mrs. Velmn Weaver of Clarendon to serve as chapter treasurer for the next two years. Mrs. L. C. Sweat of Wellington, chapter president, conducted a short business meeting. Mrs. Reba Stirochle of Memphis, chairman of the Committee on Personal Growth and Services, announced' that books for Asian students would be mailed follownig the next meeting and urged memlbers who had not contributed books yet to bring them tin. Special guests, besides 'Miss Mildred Hulsey of Tulia, member of Gamma Iota Chapter and also a retired 1 teacher, were Mrs. Ivan E. Allen of Childress and Miss Mabel Mongole of Clarendon. Attending from Wellington were Mrs. Charley Hill, Mrs. Jack Lowry, Mrs. Vernon Peters, Mrs. Sweat, Mrs. (Barney Walker, Miss Maudie Coffee, and Michelle Smith. Sophs Plan Bake Sale Sat. Wellington sophomores will hold a bake sale Saturday, April 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of C&H Pharmacy. This is the fund raising project of the year for the class, and all kinds of ,pies, cakes and candies" will be sold. •Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Colson and Ronnie Jr. of Dallas are spending this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Colson and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clay. Other visitors in the Clay and Colson homes Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James Colson and Marita and Billy Jack of Lubbock. Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Moody are visiting this 1 week with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Travis McGuire Jr. at College Station. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Woods and daughters, Saundra and Melina of Lubbock visited recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Aaron. Mrs.Goforth Coffee Honor ee •Mrs. Jones Smglcy was hostess at a coffee Wednesday, April 8 to honor Mrs. iBot> Goforth, who moved here recently from Amarillo. Mrs. J. W. Wells and Mra. James Staverabagen assisted. Attending were Mrs. Jimmy Cochran, Mrs. Robert Lewis, Mrs. Cal Hurst,- Mrs.- Emory Hunter, Mrs.; Carter Holcon*, Mrs. Edd Henard, Mn-s. Fred! Sated, Mrs. L. €. Hill, Mrs; Quentpn Brewer, Mrs; Wayne Cudd, Mrs. Harold Watkins, Mrs. Morris Wells, : Mrs. Deskins Wells, Mrs. Kelly Pigg, Mrs. Henry Sullivan, Mrs. J. M. Our, Mrs. Sandy Parsons Jr., Mrs. A. J. Fires, Mrs. Earl Clark, Mrs. Ham Holton, Mrs. Bobo Castfeberry, Mz-s. Billy Mac Sims, and Mrs. A. IL. Elliott Mrs. Porter Dinner Hostess Mrs. R. L. Porter was hostess Monday evening, April 13 at a dinner for members of her family living here, and! to honor two grandchi'ldiren and their families who were visiting from California. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Hardeman and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall and two children of Sun Valley, Calif. •Mrs. Hardeman is the former Dorothy Porter and Mrs. Marshall is the former Marlene Porter, who lived here as children. Others present were Mrs. Melvin Porter of Frederick, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs>. J. K. Porter and children; Mr. and Mrs. Drury Lacy, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lacy amd children and Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Lacy, all of Wellington. Visitors in the home of Mrs. George Tucker and Miss Delhi Tucker this past week were Mirs. Tucker's daughter, granddaughter and! great grandson, Mrs. Jess Harp, Mrs. Joe Gallo aaid Joey, all of Pubelo, Colo. Little Misses Carila and Darla 1 Seitz, tnvin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Seitz are spending the week in Amarillo with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Macy Sanders'. Mrs. Doyle Winegeart and children, Mary Jane, Rickey and Terry, of Perryton, were week end visitors in the home of her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Belew. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Winters and family of Kennedale spent the week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Scale. Mr. and Mrs. Al Bettis were in Amarillo Sunday to visit their son, Mr. and Ma-s. Leon Bettis and children. A/3c Kenneth Moody, stationed at Sheppard Air Force Base at Wichita Fairs is spending a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moody. Week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Austin were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Galloway of Ropesville. They all visited in Childtess Sunday and attended church there. Mrs. W. W. Perrin, Shamrock, spent ilast week in the home of her daughter, Mi 1 , and Mrs. G. B. Kite. Dr. and Mrs. J. Frank Johnson visited Sunday in Amarillo with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and Drew. Texas Made Fishing BOW* Some of the plainer models When you think of a fishing boat think of us. We can get you any kind you want. Come in today and see those we have on hand. Phipps Enco Station Haskell at 8th Street Builders Name Committees to Start Work Five Bttilders Club committees were set up Monday night, April 13, to kick off that organization's work. These will cover an inventory and appraisal of cOumity resources, plans for 'brochures publicizing the county, clean-up work, an inquiry into the possibilities of a vocational school for the county, and medical care/ • ' '•- ••' •- ... ' • • •.•• : Appointments were announced toy Henry Sull ivan, chairman of the club's planning board. All committee work ties/ in with the primary aim of the Builders Club of securing industry for the county. Heading the resources inventory and appraisal committee is Jack Sanford, and members are C. T. Hubbard, W. R. Breeding, .George Scott and John Holton. Brochure committee: Jerry Nix, chairman, Bobo Castleberry, N. M. Higdon, Deskins Well's and Hurshel Tyler. Clean-up: Quenton Brewer, chairman, Zook Thomas, J. B. Oney, Sam Adams, George Shadid, Gerald Summerford, Earl Finley, Bura Handley. and B. F. Chance. Vocational education: Henry Sullivan, chairman, Calvin Hurst, Mack Saied Jr., Robert Lewis and Bill Hatch. Medical care: Floyd Teutsch, chairman, C. T. Hubbard, Dr. J. M. Orr and Zook Thomas. Grass Fire on Bourland Ranch Fire recently destroyed from 30 to 40 acres of grass and about tflie same number of fence posts on the Fred Bourland Ranch northwest of Quail recently. Apparently the fire started from an electric fence shorting out, Bourland! said, and started approximately one-half mile south of the house. The (blaze was brought under control through the combined work of neighbors, Joe Coleman, road supervisor, and Chester White, who brought a maintainer and dozed 1 out a strip to hold the fire, and by the rural unit of the Wellington Fire Department Mrs. Jake Melker of Fairview, Okla., visited this past week end in the homes of her aunts, Mrs. V. J. Simpson and' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lowe. LOYALTY DINNER SPEAKER Members of the First Methodist Church will hear Dr. J. Chess Lovern, pastor of First Methodist Church in Lubbock, at the loyalty dinner family night Tuesday, April 21-. This is the kick-off event for the building fund drive for the first unit of the proposed new church building. Inter scholastic League Firecrackers Second in 2-A Track Meet Wellington's Firecracker track team placed second in the junior high district interscholastic league meet in MdLean Saturday, April 11. The team made 22 points, according to Coach Harvey Millsalp'. First place went) to the Canadian team, with 34 .points; third and fourth was a tie between Clarendon and Memphis with 21; Lefors placed fifth with 12 and McLean sixth with 11. High point individual was Jimmy Black, who madte 11%, and he received a medal. Winners in the various events were: 100 yard :]ow hurdles, first, Jdmmy Black, 12.6 seconds. 440 yard relay, fourth, Nat Holton, Johnny Va/ughan, Ronny Hill and Billy Neeley, 54.1. 880 yard relay, second, Vaugham, Black, Holton and) Andy Henard, 1:37.7. 100 yard dash, fifth, [Black, 11.3. Shot put, third, Mike Gilmore, 40'3%", and sixth, Johnny Harris, 37'1%". Discus, third, Johnny Vaugb- an, and fourth, Mike Gilmore, both more than 100 feet. Pole vault, second, Jimmy Black, 8'4". Broad jump, second, Johnny Vaughan, 17'4". High jump, second 1 , Jimmy Black, 5'. G. B. (Goat) Hopper For County Democratic Chairman By Write-in We, the Collingsworth County Committee for G. B. (Goat) Hopper for County Democratic Chairman, taking into consideration the efficiency and diligence with which he has conducted this office in the past, do hereby urge the citizens of Collingsworth County to elect Mr. Hopper COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN by writing his name on the ballot in the May 2nd Democratic Primary. Paid for by the Collingsworth County Committee tor G. B. (Goat) Hopper for County Democratic Chairman, Jimmy Strickland, Chairman

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