The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 23, 1964 · Page 12
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 12

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 23, 1964
Page 12
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Frances Warrick Frances, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Warrick, was born Feb. 3, 1946 at Wellington, and has attended school here all her life. During high school Frances has been a member of the Student Council, F.H.A., Hospital Auxiliary, F.T.A., Science Club, Band,, Dibrary Club, JBeta Club, basketball, captain of the basketball team, a member of the volleyball team, and Ko Shari. She was in the junior play, a class officer, and 1 an outstanding student in driver's education and chemistry. Frances was voted Most Dependable, and was a Basketball Queen attendant this year. iFrances,' favorite subjects are English and Texas history, and she enjoys water skiing, playing the piano, and photography. Next fall Frances plans to attend! Texas Technological College tin Lubbock. Ronny Nix Ronny MX is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs 1 . W. L. Van. He was born in Shamrock, whore he attended school for 2 years before comling to Wellington in the third grade. He was very active in agriculture for the past 4 years. He also .participated in football for the past 4 years and basketbaN and track his freshman year. Ronny -was in the Christmas play. Ronnyte/ favorite subjects are Texas history and agriculture. His hobbies are skiing and hunting. Ronny's future plans are to attend Highland University, in Las Vegas, N.M. this fall. Anne Henard Anne Henard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Henard Jr. She was 'born on January 16, 1946 in Childress. Anne has attended school in Wellington all .twelve years and also attended the summer session at San Marcos Baptist Academy in 1962. Anne is a member of Ko Shari and is the past presi- dent. She is r also the past president of the Jumtor Hospital Auxiliary. Anne is a member of Beta Club, Library Clufb, and Science CJuib. In 1963 she was a student librarian, in the junior play, Who's Who, and treasurer of her junior class. This year she was selected as Most Valuable to the School, Senior class treasurer, senior play cast, Farm Bureau Queen, and B&PW Girl of the Month. Anne has been an outstanding student in science, shorthand, bookkeeping, English III and English IV. She also received the Bookkeeping Award IV in the Business Teacher. Ann's favorite subject is math and one of her hobbies 1 is water sports. Next year Anne will attend Colorado Woman's College in Denver, Colo. Ann Orr Ann, born Oct. 23, 1945, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Orr. Amn attended school in Wellington, Houston, and at Brize Norton Base in England from the first grade through the third grade. Then she moved back tto Wellington and attended Wellington schools from the fourth grade through the 12th. Ann was a member of the band, basketball and volleyball teams, Beta Club, FTA, Music Club, Ko Shari, and in the senior play. She was a Football Queen attendant 2 years, Band Queen, Class Favorite, and Basketball DIRECTORS OP GREENBELT ELECTRIC CO-OP. INC. Shown with Manager George Henry, standing at left, are the directors of' Greenbelt Electric Co-operative, Inc., elected at the annual meetings by the members themselves. Reading left from Henry are A. J. Garland, president; Fred Bourland, Billy Cantrell, and David Bennett. Seated are Selba Rainey, Forrest Overton and Russell Blanton. Queen. Ann was a fcwirler in the band for 3 years, a member of the All-Regional Band and the All-Distirict basketball team. Ann was also captalin of the basketball team this year, officer of Ko Shari, her class, and Music Club. Ann's favorite subjects are government and English, and she enjoys riding horses and water skiing. Ann plans to attend Stephens College in Missouri next year but is undecided aibout her major. Charles Black Charles Black is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Black of Vinson. He was born in Wellington and has attended school here all his life. Charles plays the tuba in the THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 23, 1964 band. He has been a member of this organization all during high school. He is also a member of PFA. Charles received the honor of Band Beau his senior year, and was voted Most Talented and Outstanding Band member. He was in the All-Reg-Ion band his junior and senior years. GharTes' favorite subjects are band, speech, typing, and FFA. He plans to attend John Tarleton College this fall. Elaina Bearden ' Elaina is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert iBearden. She was iborn in Wellington and has attended school here all her life. Elaina has pai-ticipatecl in the following activities: Freshman, basketball; sophomore, Junior Hospital Auxiliary, library Club, assistant librarian'. She has also been a member of Ko- Shari for 4 years. Elaina's favorite subjects are government and speech. She enjoys water skiing as her hobby. Although Elaina was not an active participant in athletics after her freshman year, she has been one of the most loyal supporters of the athletic program. She did wot miss a game. She is noted for her cooperativeness and her loyalty. It has been said of her that she could State Draft Quota 258 AUSTIN.—The state draft quota for 'May calsl for 258 men, compared to 449 for April, Col. Morris S. Schwartz, state Selective Service director, said last -week. The state quota of 258 for May is the Texas share of a national call for 7,000 men, all for the Army. The s^ate Selective • Service director also annoxmced pre4n- duction physical and mental examinations for 6,000 men in May. The May quota will ib'e filled mostly with men who are volunteers under 26 years old and non-volunteers ages 19 through .25. Most of them will be 22 years old. 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