The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 30, 1964 · Page 4
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April 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 4

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June Wedding for Miss Bassel Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bassel, 701 East Eula, Hoi- lis, have announced the engagement and wedding plans of their daughter, Pamela, to Gary Haskell Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bernard of Eldorado, Okla. The couple will be married June 2 at seven o'clock in the evening in First Methodist Church, Hollis. The Uev. David Severe will officiate. Miss Bassel has attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Okla., and Cameron College, at Lawton. Her fiance studied at Southwestern Slate. College, Weatherford, Okla. Dodson School Crowns Queen Friday Nisht Dodson will crown its school queen in an elaborate ceremony beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 1. Candidates have been named and selection of the queen is being conducted by the students themselves. The nominees are Mary Buchanan, who will be escorted Who's New in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saied are the parents of a daughter, Suzanne Barbara, born April 21 in St. Joseph's Hospital. Her weight was six pounds and fourteen ounces. Sharece Lyn is the name given the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Ilurrus of Childress. She was born iu St., Joseph's Hospital April 22 and weighed eight pounds and two ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spillman are the parents of a daughter whom they have named Kalhcrine Lynctte, born in St. Joseph's Hospital April 25. Her weight was seven pounds and fourteen ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Summerford"are the parents of a son, Karl Weldon, born April 18 in Fort Worth. His weight was five p3unds, ten and one-half ounces. by Larry Ellis, juniors and seniors; iLinda Sexton, escorted by John H'ig-hbovvcr, freshmen and sophomores; Nancy Gulley, escorted by Mike Teutsch, seventh and eighth grades; Brenda Norman, escorted by Barry Farris, fifth and sixth grades Sandra Sexton, escorted by Tommy Hightower, third anc fourth grades; and Nancy Teutsch, escorted by Kim Tabor, first and second grades Flowers will (provide the theme for this year's coronation, with each candidate representing a different flower, according to Ted Parker, iprinci- pal. Songs and skits will make up the program. All students of the schoo will be involved in developing the program, although not al" will appear on the stage, Par ker said. He will be in charge of the music; Mrs. Floyd Roberts, th( staging, and Mrs. Shcrrel Bean-land, decorations. The original script was writ ten by Mrs. Hoyt Ellis. Mrs. Huichinson Returns from • Amarillo Hospital Mrs. Alfred Hutchinson has returned home after receiving medical treatment in Groom and Amarillo for the past several weeks. Although she is confined to her home she is able to have her friends visit with her there, according bo a niece, Mrs. Wayne Cudd. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 30, 1964 Mmes. Warrick and Aaron Honor Seniors with Breakfast Sunday The seniors of Wellington ligh school were 'honored at a breakfast Sunday morning, April 26 in the club room of the community building. Mrs. Vel- nan Warrick a<nd Mrs. Ruth Aaron were hostesses. The U shaped table was covered wii'th a white cloth and aid with red place mats. The centerpiece was a gold owl wearing a graduate cap. Other decorations were graduate caps in "beds of red petals. Juice glasses inscribed with each senior's name were the place cards and were given as 'avors along with miniature graduates' heads. Attending were Misses Donna Allred, Elaina Bearden, Patricia Bouchelle, Anne Henard, Gail Henard, Rose Montgomery, Ann Orr, Jane Orr, Saundra Owens, Patsy Overton, -Michelle 'Smith .and Frances Warrick, and William (Barton, Charles Black, Graham Bowen, Bryan Hatch, Joe Henard, Winston Hicks, Kent Holland, Danny Martin, Kenneth Patterson, Tommy Thomas, Jennings Wells and the sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Don Beck, Cindy and Brad, and Louis Graham. Teams Honored With Cook-Out •Mr. and Mrs. James Stavenhagen entertained the Wellington high school basketball teams with a cook-out in their back yard Wednesday night, April 22. Grilled hamburgers and homemade ice cream were served to the teams in the beautifully-lighted back yard. After the meal was served, several other guests arrived 1 to anjoy the music and games. Team members presented Mr. and Mrs. Stavenhagen with a beautiful scralpbook containing all their activities and pictures of this year's basketball teams. Team members present wei-e Misses Jane and Ann Orr, Carol Blain, Frances Warrick, Jan G'lenn, Betty Courtney, Lavelle Harper, Glenna Taylor, Karen Childress', Wynona Jones, Joan James, Joyce Holton, and Susan Sullivan. Also Bryan Hatch. Kenneth Patterson, Bobby Hudson, Danny Martin, Gary Bergvall, Joe Henard, .Gary White, Roger Weems, Bill Spillman, Wayne Barton, Phillip Hughey, Randy Wooldrid'ge, Freddy Peters, Sidney McGill and Ronnie Hurst. Other guests were Craig JBergvaH, Don Roark, Herman Childress, Susan Garcia, and Diano Brumloe. Mrs. Hill Speaker for Demo Women The Collingsworbh County League of Democratic Women met in a called session Monday, April 27. Mrs. SL: C. Hill gave a report on her recent visit to the cam- pun of Texas Woman'si University, for the convocation Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, who received an honorary Doctor ol Laws degree. Of interest to 'the members was the information on how the Secret -Service set up security measures to protect Mrs. Johnson. Mrs 1 . Ecld HcJiard gave a report on her attendance at the recdption for Mrs. Connally in Amarillo on April 17. The membership voted 'to serve, as a telephone committee- to remind citizens to exercise their voting privilege on Saturday, May 2. Half Slips 100% Acetate Lace Trimmed 2 for Only- '1.00 choice of colors BEN FRANKLIN Mary Ann Pierce * * * Pierce-Rudy Nuptials Set Mrs. May Scudder, 919 Main Street, Memphis, is announcing the aipiproaching marriage of her granddaughter, Mary Ann Pierce, to Ronald R. Rudy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rudy, 1301 9th Street, Wellington. The couple will be married Saturday, May 9 in Wellington. Both Miss Pierce and her fiance were graduated from Wellington high school and sihe is attending Draughon's Business College, Amarillo. Mr. Rudy is in the Air Force stationed at Castle Air Force Base, California, where they will make their home. Breakfast for WHS Rockettes Members of the Wellington high school basketball team were honored guests at a pancake 'breakfast Tuesday morning, April 28, at the Cherokee Inn. Mrs. L. E. Ward was the hostess. The table was decorated with red roses and basketball trophies. Miniature statuettes were given as favoi's. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Stavenhagen, and Misses Jane and Ann Orr, Karen Cliildross, Betty Courtney, Jan Glenn, Joyce Holton, Susan Sullivan, Lavelle Hariper, Francos 'Warrick, Wynona Jones, Carol Blain and Mrs>. Ward. Garden Club Holds Iris Show Saturday The Wellington Garden Club Traveling Iris Show will be held Saturday, May 2 when growers will show their finest specimens in arrangements displayed throughout the business section. The show is. open to all growers who wish to .participate, Mrs. Luther Cribble, Garden Club president, said. "We want this to 'be a thing of beauty, for all to enjoy, so the flowers will be put dti the stores around' the square, and you are invited to visit these stores and see them," she continued. All entries imist toe brought to the community building by 10 a.m. and they will remain on display in the 'business 1 houses until 5 p.m. There will be no prizes and no competition this year, since weather conditions have been damaging to the iris, Mrs. Grabble explained, and for that reason, she appealed to all those with flowers t,o bring them. Chairman of the iris show is Mrs. Walter Franks, and she is assisted Iby Mrs. John Henard Mrs. Denver Powell and Mrs 0. E. Dodson. Crawley Hurt in Accident Elvis CraAvley is in an Amarillo hospital for treatment of a /back, injury received! whei the pickup truck in which he was riding overturned near Scott City, Kansas Friday, Apr 24 about 6:30 p.m. Lynn Wright, who was with ham, escaped with bruises. Crawley received a cracke< disk in his> spine and as soon as he is able, he .will be fittec with a bi-ace, according to his sister-in-law, Mrs. Ernest Nun nelley. He was thrown from the (pickup. Wright, who was driving, re mained inside. The new pickup, owned bj Crawley, was reported a tota loss. Mrs. Crawley is in Amaril'L with her husband, and thei daughter, Nancy, was there over the week end. The two men were in Kansa to look at wheat prospects. Lt. and Mrs. James Coley of Soswell, N.M., and Mr. and VIrs. Tommy 'Lowr.ie and children of Irving spent the past week end In the home of their oarents., Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Sweat and Don. Waodrow Killingsworth of Dimmitt risited last Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Killingsworth. Another visitor in the Killingsworth home was ibis sister, Miss Callie Killingsworth of Lubbock. who spent ten days with them. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Petty of Littlefield visited early thi week with Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Nunnelley. Petty wasi 'born and reared here. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Killian and Vickie, Gary and Mark spent the past week end it Lubbock with their son anc brother, Granvel. Mr. and Mrs. D. Burkhaltei and Mr. and Mrs. (Luther Me Pherson visited Sunday in Am arillo. The Burkhalters visited Mr. and Mrs. George Randal and the McPhersons visited Mr and Mrs. Auibrey Duke and Mr and Mrs. Temple Slay. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Drake, and here to attend the funeral of W. E. Atteberry Monday, wore Mrs. Drake's brother, Frank Cocke of Wheelei-, and their niece, Mrs. John Fuhrr and five of her children from Aibilene. Mrs. Fuhrr will be remembered here as Mary Elsie Terry. Mrs. Rainey Heads VFW Auxiliary Mrs. John Rainey was elected president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary in a called meeting Sunday, April 19 at 2:30 p.m. She will take office the first of July and will succeed Mrs. Don Jones. Other officers elected were Mrs. Hezze Jones, senior vice president; Mrs. Jones, treasurer; Mrs. Donald Curry, chaplain; Ma-s. Jake Leach, conductress; Mrs'. Vernon Rudy, guard; Mrs. C. A. Wintlon, Trustee I; Mrs. Quinton Brewer, Trustee II; and Mrs. Keith Smith, Trustee III. Remodel the Two Churches atDozier Remodeling is near completion on 'the two churches at Dozier, Gfen Davis .Memorial Methodist Church and the Ohruch of Christ. •Members of the latter have built a 12 x 36 foot addition across the front divided into a foyer and rest rooms. The building was restuccoed and painted, according to W. R. Breeding, a member. The cost is estimated at around $3,000. A similar addition was made to the Methodist Church, for a vestibule and rest rooms. Loco Voting Place Given The voting box in the May 2 Democratic Primary for the Loco, Arlie, Olympus and Lonnie box in Childress county will be in the home of Bill Wolf, who is precinct chairman, he saic this week. Assisting him in holding the election will be Mrs. (L. M Bartlett, Mrs. Bill Wolf and Mrs. Olford King. There are about 90 (poll .taxes paid in the voting precinct and with overs and unders, a voting strength of about 125, Wolf said'. This iprecinct covers an area from the Oklahoma state line wesb to about two miles west of Highway 83, and from the Collingsworth county line south to Red River. Two West Texas University co-eds home for the week end were Dotty Tate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tate of •Lutie, and Polly Clarke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Clark of Dozier. Dodson4-H Gets Blue Ribbon The Dodson 4-H Club Share- the-Fun group received a blue ribbon for their entry in the district 4-H contests in Canyon Saturday, April 25. They were entered in the junior division, in which 13 groups entered, according to Mrs. Kathryn iBarjenbruch, home demonstration agent. Participating were Cindy Htghtower, Nancy Gulley, Randy Motisenbocker, Sheila Ford, Alice Whitson, Sandra Sexton, Thad Crosno.e, Sue McCutohen and Donna Talbor. They presented 1 a group of vocal selections and pantomimes. Mrs. B. M. Sims of Wellington was their accompanist. Coleman Speaks at Excelsior Club John Coleman was guest) speaker at the recent meeting of the Excelsior Club, when Miss Rose Shadid was hostess. Introduced Iby the program chairman, Miss Marie Shadid, Coleman described his recent trip to Hawaii, Japan, and other points in the Orient. He then recalled his own experiences during World War II in this same part of the world. Attending were Mrs. J. F. Michael, Mrs. D. C. Powell, Mrs. Oleta Burquist, Miss Edith Jackson, Miss Sara Jones, Miss Dorothy Robertson, Mrs. Joe Terry, Mrs. W. L. White, Adelle Btirquist, Miss Marie 'Shadid and Miss Rose Shadid. Camp Sells Cow to Oklahomans Walter Camip of Wellington has reported to the American Hereford Association the sale of a registered horned Hereford cow to Vickie and Suzanne Mafory of Frederick, Okla. I Will Do Baking to carry out for Parties and Home Use Pies and Party Cakes of all kinds Mrs. Jessie Roberson Dodson Cafe, Dodson, Texas I want to be your next District Judge Sincerely, J*. One Table SPORTSWEAR MATERIAL Stripes, Dots, Plain, per yard DACRON AND COTTON Checks and Stripes, per yard '1.00 $1.10 We have a large selection of Materials for your Graduation Dresses and Bridal Gowns — they will make exquisitely beautiful gowns. 9 See our New Patterns in Whip Cream, Dacrons, Lace, All Silk Linens, Seersucker, Cord, Chambrays, Embroidery and Jerseys. Special on Fieldcrest 22 x 45 Towel & Wash Cloth Set $1.49 to $3.49 Lingerie Here at the Fabric and Hobby Shop you will find beautiful Lingerie that will make ideal gifts for Graduation and Mothers Day — Half Slips, Gown Sets, Baby Doll Pajamas and many other items of intimate apparel. ; s wim W ear Come in today and inspect our most interesting offerings in Swim Wear for the pool and beach including Beach Bags for both boys and girls. Fabric & Hobby Shop Mrs. J. J. Owens Phone 447-2523 Mrs. John Ingram

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