The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 16, 1964 · Page 7
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April 16, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

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Thursday, April 16, 1964
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CHAMPION SPELLERS These were the champion spellers in the annual Spelling Bee held recently. The senior winner was 13-year-old Janice Gosnell, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gosnell, while the junior champion was 12-year-old Cindy Saied, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Saied Jr. Janice attends school at Quail and, will participate in the district spelling bee in Amarillo May 2. Cindy is a student at Wellington. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 16, 1964 County Men in Wayland Choir PLAINVIEW. (Special). — 3landell Scott, Wellmgton, and 'Glenn Hunt, Dodson, axe among 30 members of the Interaa- •tional Choir at Wayland Bap- vtist College who will travel! to Arizona, New Mexico and parts •of Texas during their annual spring tour, April 24 - May 3. Scott is the son of Mr. and fproductofR.C.BIgelow.Norwalk,Conn.Sold by. CITY GROCERY 918 8th Street Wellington Mrs. Ocie L. Scott, Wellington'. A 1962 graduate of Wellington high school, he is a freshman speech major and religious minor. Hunt, son of Mrs. Floyd Teutsch, Dodson. is a junior English major and chemistry minor. He is a 1962 graduate of Dodson high school. Both had- roles in the recent Opera Guild production of Gil- bci't and Sullivan's "Trial by Jury." The select choir has 'been invited to present 13 sacred music concepts in churches in the three states. Among their activities, the widely traveled choir is cutting its third long- playing record which will be sold commercially. The Dominican Order founded in 1215. was On to Regional Quail's Morris Wins High Jump Title The Quail Quails' jumping jack Dale Morris took top honors in the high jump at the bi-district track meet at Turkey Saturday April 11, and •will compete in the Region 1 meet) at Lubbock, April 25. Dale, who was an honorable mention all-state basketball player, was below 'his par and won the event with a jump of 5 ft. 6 in. He also won fourth in the 100 yard dash and qualified for the 220 yard dash but was unable to run in the finals of that event because of a .pul'l- ed muscle received in the broad jump. Other Quails placing in the meet were: Robert Russell, third in broad' jump, fifth in 220 yard dash; Tommy Needham. fifth in the mile run; Johnny Carson, fourth in low hurdles; Mike Mitchell, ninth discus. In the grade school division Jarrell Fielding placed in four of the five events he entered which wore second' In shot iput, second in 100 yard dash, third in 440 yard dash, third in 880 yard relay. Others placing were Bert Huff, second in low hurdles, third in 880 yard relay, fourth in high hurdles; J. R. Downs, fourth in 50 yard dash, fourth in 100 yard dash, .ttfiird in 880 yard relay; Benny Carson, third in 880 yard relay. This was a comibined meet of teams from districts 9-B and 10-jB. Teams entered were Quail, Hedley, Claude, Groom, Matador. Lakeview, Estelline, Flomont, Turkey, and Quitaque. Claude won the team title with a total of 153 points. Other Quails competing were Don Morris, Bruce Ward, Smokey Mitchell, Tommy Baker, Denzil Phip/ps-; Junior Quails were Gary Barton, Jimmy and Ronnie Langley, Mike Finley, San Antonio Woman Visits Mastens Mrs. Donna Askew of San Antonio was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Masten a few days last week. She came especially to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Verdell Masten, who are spending some time here with his parents after returning from Asmara 1 , Ethiopia, Africa, where ihe was stationed with 'the Army. Mrs. Askew's husband was also at Asmara with the Army at the time the Mastens were there, and had visited with them. He lost his life in an- accident there about two months ago. Mrs. Verdell Masten accompanied Mrs. Askew back to San Antonio for a short visit there. John Btevins, Clarence Long, Gary Mitchell and Gary Don Neeley. Stanley Gosnell is the team manager. This was the first time in several years that Quail has competed in track. The Quails are also engaged dn baseball during this season of the year. TEXAS BREAKS RECORD Col. Homer Garrison Jr., di-' rector of the Department of Public Safety, said 1963 held an all-time record of 2,729 motorcides in Texas. Bargains in tihe Classifieds. JIM LANGDON-A WINNER! Railroad Commissioner Jim Langdon is a 49-year- old native Texan with a •winning record in public office. When John Connally appointed him to the Railroad Commission, ihe Governor said: "I have for several weeks been attempting to find a man I consider to have outstanding ability, integrity and honor . . . I am happy we have found that man — Judge Jim C. Langdon." Jim Langdon has fully lived up to Governor ^ nally's expectations. He has conducted his office in the spirit of Governor Jim Hogg, who had the Commission set up in 1891 to iook after the public interest in railroad and freight rates. It now regulates also truck and bus rates and the production of oil and gas. Judge Langdon will continue to keep transportation rates in line and see to it that our oil reserves are protected against waste and greed. This will help keep down Texas gasoline prices, already among the lowest in the nation. Jim Langdon was elected District Judge twice and re-elected Chief Justice of the El Paso Court of Civil Appeals. ON THE OTHER HAND— Jim Langdon 's Opponent Is a 70-T/me Loser.' Jesse Owen*, 69-year-old attorney, it still running for office after 38 years and TEN DEFEATS. He has lost the following races: 1926— Defeated for Sheriff of Foard County by L, O. Campbell. 1930 — Defeated for District Attorney by John Meyers. 1932— Defeated for District Attorney by Ed Sossett. 1940— Defeated for District Attorney by T. Gene Rogers. 1946 — Defeated for Court of Criminal Appeals by Tom L. Beauchamp. 1952 — Defeated for Court of Criminal Appeals by K. K. Woodley. J 956— ^Defeated for Court of Criminal Appeals by W. A. Morrison. 1958 — Defeated for District Judge by Tom Davit. I960 — Defeated for Court of Civil Appeals by James Denton. 1962 — Defeated for Texas Supreme Court by Mead* F. Griffin. A Winner All the Way— Jim 0 Langdon for Railroad Commissioner (Pol. Adv.— Paid for by Jim Langdon Campaign Committee, Charles C. longdon, Chairman) Your Newspaper Is part of the family circle ... Trusted friend, counselor and guide to the family . . . that your newspaper! To each member of the circle, it brings features of special interest . . . news of business, politics and sports for Dad . . . fashion, home-making and social news for Mother . . . school and sports news of particular interest to the young people. To all, your newspaper provides a "front seat" on the passing show of events that gives shape, meaning and direction to the world in which they live. It provides the most convenient way to be well informed on what goes on everywhere! Your newspaper also helps the family dollars go further by providing the most convenient and comprehensive shopping guide to the best values in town. A quick study of its advertising columns tells who's got what for sale and for how much! Wellington Leader FOLGERS 1 Ib. can 75« CRISCO 3 Ib. con riseg and HIM ... WSMfMTED! JU£U/I and HIGHLY 5 r *U« Giant Size — CHEER 65t LIPTON TEA THE "BRISK" TEA Ib. box 39$ Instant - 1 ] /2 cz. jar 16 count Tea Bogs GLADIOLA Hunt's 2i/ 2 Size — PEACHES 290 Shurfine Flat Can — TUNA Cello CARROTS, pkg. ... I *•? POTATOES, 10 Eb. ... LETTUCE, targe head .... 3 Cans — BISCUITS 254 Food King Pound — OLEO 154 TOP QUALITY Chuck Pound — ROAST 450 Affiliated Food 2 Ib. pkg. — BACON 89* All Meat Pound — Bologna 394

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