The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 16, 1964 · Page 8
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 8

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 16, 1964
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llfell^^^ ,, , S sK* ' i ' ' n ' ''' '• 1 '*V*H^ V v / f jli'lA, t\ii i,' -•'<' ' A ffflrs *m m* m • •«--"• - - •— - ^^... _ >»«.*» ^ * inv < '(»,'.M Defeat Hedley 16-3 In The Quail Quails won their (baseball district 6-B opener from the Hedfrey Owls 16-3 in a game played at-Hedley April 7. Don 'Morris, Quail sophomore. pitching his first full game did a splendid job and allowed Hedley only 3 hits. He also hit a (bases-loaded home run to lead' the Quails' hitting attack. Morgan of Hedley was the losing pitcher, ^Playing for the Quails along with Morris was Joe Harris, catcher; .Carrol Kennedy, first base; Paul Golihugh, second base; Robert Russell, third •base; 'Dale Morris, shortstop; Duam/e Campbell, left field; 'Smokey Mitchell, center field; and Bruce Ward, right field. Other members of the team are David Phippsj Royce Mitchell, Kirby Word, Garland jBoyce arid Earl Lynn Feemster. Stanley Gosnell and Denzil Phippa are team managers. Teams competing in District 5-B are Samnorwood, Hedley, Mofceetie and Quail. The games are scheduled for every Tuesday afternotm thru May 12. Group to Literary Meet .Wellington high school stu- 'dents will be entered 1 in four contests of the literary events offfche District 2-A Interscholastic League Meet in McLean Saturday, April 18. .These are /poetry reading: Anna Kay Kelso and 1 Lyndal Bowen; prose reading: Sammy Thompson and Cldand Stallings; Extemporaneous speaking: Carol Blahr and Dennis Leeper; and persuasive speaking: Phillip Hughey. " • FOUR TROPHIES FOR WHS Each of these four trophies denotes a District 2-A Championship for the Wellington Skyrockets and Roek- ettes. At either end are the gold basketballs, second from left is the newly won track team district trophy, and next to it the golden foot- ball. Last year Wellington won only one district championship, in track. Standing proudly behind the trophies are the three coaches, from left, James Stavenhagen, basketball; Don Beck, head coach and football; and Harold Lamb, assistant coach. Ritz Theatre Phone 447-2575 Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. A Wellington FFA Members Take District Honors Two Wellington Future Fair- mers were honored at the Green-belt District meeting on Wednesday, April 8, d n Memphis. Jimmy Camp-bed! ,a freshman, was named District Star Green- hand, while Paul Sweat was nanned the Chapter Star Farmer. He was last year's Green- 'belt District Star Greenland. Jimmy's project program includes 46 head of feeder hogs and feeder steers, according to suspense comedy 10 POUNDS NtT. WT Learned To Stop Worrying Love The Bomb Sun.-Mon.-Tues. A-MY WYNEOT-DUWMcBAIN Bw) « ta Sb» Pta, b, CM KM • Snwph, t, nCHIW L Bfttl Mai «B* Sup b, ROOM SIEWB • OiiKM t, KlWffl um TECHNICOLOR* Frm WARNER MOS. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 16, 1964 Danny Garcia, vocational ag instructor. Don Paul this year has expanded his project iprogram to include approximately 8 projects, making up one of the more comprehensive programs in the chapter. Crops are included in his activities. Both boys will compete for the Area I titles in thedr respective categories. CATCH AS CATCH CAN Police in Pai'k Ridge, 111., are beginning to ticket airlines whose low flying planes violate the village's new noise abate- nent ordinance. Mobile Feed Milling Studied COLLEGE STATION.—With the growing demand for custom milling' of feed grain, in Texias, mobile feed mills are becoming popular. Custom milling, which involves grinding the farmer's own grain and miixing it with -balanced concentrates, has greatly increased since 1939. A new aspect was added to the custom milting of grain with the advent of the mobile in 4-H Favorite food Contest Winners in the 'Collingsworth County 4-H Club Favorite Food Show were named 1 Saturday, April 11, when girls in two age groups prepared and served food of their own choosing, Mrs. Kathryn Barjenbruch announced. In the senior division, Glencla Lancaster was winner in the fruit and vegetable group .with a carrot cake, while Glendla Kiker won in the cereal group with plain cookies. The alternate is. LaJuandia Peters, who entered the meat group with a meat loaf. Winners in the junior "division were Beth Peters, who entered banana pudding in the milk group, and Barbara Wilbur, who entered buna fish sandwiches, in the meat group. The alternates are Joye Hudspefch, with a fruit salad in the fruit and vegetable group, and Karen Waters, who entered plain muffins in the cereal group. The senior winners will compete in the district favorite food contest at Canyon Saturday, April 25, and the winners will be eligible to participate in the state contest. The junior group competes only to the district level. Other girls entered in the iunior division were Becky Burba, Lena Florence Hall, Deborah Peters, Susan Coffee and Margaret Reeves. mill. With this complete processing uniti mounted on a large ;ruck, grain and roughage can be ground, feed concentrates mixed and .molasses blended right on rtjhe farm. The first mobile feed mill operation .was established in Texas in 1955, according to MP-689, "An Analysis of Mo- 3ile Feed Milling Operations in Texas." The new publication) of he Texas Agriculture Experiment Station says that by 1961 he number had jumped to 75. 3ven with this tremendous ex- ansion, many farmers, feeders and agribusinessmen are not amdliar with the mobile mill nd the services it provides. Lightning heats the air afong ;s path as 'high as 30,000 de- rees Centigrade. Get The Most Out of Your TILIZER DOLLAR Wed. f April 22nd Bargain Nite 25c Each Person We have had excellent results in Collingsworth County from fertilizer used. In the last 5 years we have proved we can raise the net income on dry land cotton from $20 to $50 per acre above present profits. This means fertilizer is more important than it has ever been in our farming economy. MATHIESON FERTILIZER will do the job for you. They are proved for this area. As your dealer, we can give you the fertilizer that the soil test shows your land needs. No elements are wasted. None are missing. Let MATHIESON FERTILIZER make more money for you. Soil test your land and select from the following formulas: 16-20-0 29-14-0 i 12-24-12 11-48-0 13-39-0 16-20-8 45-0-0 (UREA) SINGLEY Mill & Elevator CITY GROCERY FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 Pounds — 89* ARMOUR STAR BACON Pound — 49* Armour Star Canned PICNICS $179 3 Pounds — • MEADOLAKE OLEO 3 Pounds— 69* Kimbell's BARBECUE SAUCE 18 Ox. 29* VELURE Toilet TISSUE 10 Pack 69* CLEARWATER Facial TISSUE Evaporated CARNATION MILK Large Size 2*, 29* Miracle Whip DRESSING 400 Size Kimbell's SHORTENING 3 Ibs. Quart — CIRCUS DRINKS 46 oz. can 4 For 919 GRAPEFRUIT 2 for- 25* 2-29* LETTUCE 2 for- 29* $100 We Deliver Dial 447-2561 Giant Size - GOLD STAR MEUORINE '/ 2 Gallon - 39* WeGiveS&H Green Stamps Raymond Patton . Luther Sullivan , I

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