The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 30, 1964 · Page 8
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April 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 8

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* DIDACTICS —By Deskint Weds By Jim !.'*., Co-op Members Told to Tell Own Story Bargains galore in every '«tore XMI May 1, 2 'and 4. This rhyme may not ibe poetry, but it is a fact for Wellington this week end. The merchants have gone all out in promoting dollar days this month. Just name it and you'll probably find it advertised in this issue. Over in Russia the government newspaper Izvestia complains that Soviet advertising is boring and cites such examples as: "Tea is a tasty and useful drink" and "Use the railway transport". When you get to thinking about it that is not very alluring advertising appeals. It may take a hundred years, but those people will have to turn capitalistic if they ever produce enough food and fiber or move merchandise. Election time has slipped tup on us and next Saturday is the day. There was ai time when election day would have brought a tremendous crowd to town. They stayed until midhiight with Tom Benge and Joe Hardy selling ice cream sodas and banana splits by the hundreds and Bill Burden dishing out the hamburgers and the near- "foeer, and people flocking around the newspaper office to get the state returns that were sent by wire by the. Texas Election Bureau. The "radio and TV have taken care of that; but. it will pay you to stay open a little later than usual because people still -come to town to learn the outcome of the county races. Four years ago this county gave Preston Smith of Lubbock a resounding majority tover several opponents in the first primary and they will undoubtedly do the same thing this year. In addition they will probably give the same majority to Gov. John Connally who has made an excellent governor In spite of what that Childress editor says. In fact Morris Higley may have made the Governor more votes than anybody else around here. Mr. Higley is disgruntled because the Governor combined the Fish, Game and Oyster Commission with the Parks Board. It put Morris out of a state job. Across the line in Oklahoma, they say that Bud Wilkinson will be nominated in the first primary. That] is where the gentleman needs to ibe—in poll- tics and not running around all over Texas recruiting our best football talent. Of course we had 'to go over to Hollis to find a coach so I guess it is just another ca'se of the pot calling the kettle black. Texas' most famous winter visitors, the whooping cranes have left on their 2,500 mile •Greenbelt Electric Cooperative. Inc., members should know about their cooperative that is their own business and tell other people about it, they were urged by Jim Cobb, general manager of the Texas Electric Cooperatives, Inc., as he sipoke at their 26th annual meeting Friday, April 24. Cobb's talk followed a business meeting in which members 'heard a report of their cooperative for the last year and re-elected three directors: Sel'ba Rainey of Lutie, District 3; A. J. Garland of Clarendon, Demo Women Offer Rides The Collingsworth County League of Democratic Women will furnish transportation to elderly people or anyone In need of transportation to the polls on Saturday, May 2. This will be another community service of the ILeague, according to Mrs. John Coleman, president. "If you are in need of the transportation, call me, phone 447-2188. I will in turn send some one to your aid. You should request the transportation before noon 1 Saturday," Mrs. Colcman said. Voters — from page one Williams of Dallas county. Comptroller of Public Accounts: Robert) -S. Calvert of Travis county. State Treasurer: Jesse James of Travis county. Railroad Commissioner: Ben Ramsey of San Augustine county. Railroad Commissioner, un- expired term: Jim C. Langdon of El Paso county. Supreme Court of Texas, Associate Justice, Place 1: Jake Pope of Boxar county and Sears McGee of Harris county. Supreme Court of Texas, Associate Justice, Place 2: Ruel C. Walker of Johnson county. Supreme Court of Texas. Associate Justice, Place 3: Robert W. Hamilton of Midland county. Court of Criminal Appeals .presiding judge: K. K. Wood'- ley of Travis county, trip to the far north and here is hoping they increase in numbers this season. A pair in the New Orleans zoo have raised four young wnes in recent years and now they are going to try the same thing in San Antonio. The race between propagation and extinction is a tight one for these majestic birds. Hayrides often cause a lot of talk afterward, but the one that caused the most talk in Wellington is the one thati didn't happen last Friday. District 6; and elected one new one, Harold White of Medley, District 7. Many people are confused about the name and confuse electric cooperatives with the various alphabetical government agencies, Cobb reminded. "This is a local business that borrows money from the Rural "Electrification Administration," he •declared'. "Many; don't give the 'local organization credit, "when at did it "all."" Electric cooperatives nave grown from their own strength to what they are today, he told the Greenbelt members. Garland, president of the board of directors, presided* at the meeting, and Fred jBour- land, secretary, read the minutes of the 1963 meeting and other reports, and Selba Rainey gave the financial report. George Henry, Greenbelt manager, introduced the cooperative's employees and later gave the manager's report. Entertainment was 'by the Quail high school chorus, which has sung for the meeting 12 years. A near-capacity crowd filled the community building auditorium. Pops Concert — from page one full band will play "Green Leaves of 'Summer," Tiomkin; "Charter Oak," Osterling; "Si Trocadero," Walters; "Deep River Suite," Erickson; "Three Bears," Long; "Tribute to Glenn Miller," Goss; "Salute to Grofe," Grove; and! "The Blue and the Gray," •Grundman. The ;baml leading contest also will be 'held during the second half. 'Larson is closing his first year as director of the Wellington School Bands, with approximately 130 in the entire program. A graduate of Midwestern University, he has directed bands five years, and came here from Snyd«r, Okla. He qualified that band for the Oklahoma state finals for the first time in the school's history. This year, his Wellington high school stage band ratec superior, the highest 'given a' the Canyon stage Iband festi val, while the full band rate< excellent in marching and sigh reading and concert .work. Fourteen members won plac es on the all-regional Iband and two .played in the AH-Gir IBamd at Texas Woman's Uni versity. The band also enterec the Brownwood festival. Band members are: Flute: Melanie Williams; Clarinet: Ann Orr, Jan 'Bow en, Brenda Bobo, Patsy Me Sponsors Loyalty Day on Hay 1 May 1 is National Loyalty Day, and the Glyn Moore-Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars is asking all business louses in Colh'ngsworth county to display the United States flag. Tlie announcement was made jointly by Commander Ray- •nond Horton and iLouis )Berg, district 13 trustee. "Loyalty Day is set aside to insiptire) greater love of country and for a re-dedication to the principles of Freedom," Berg declared. For the past 12 years the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States hove sponsored patriotic observances designed to make May 1 ".Loyalty Day" for every American. That day was officially designated by an act of Congress in 1958. All city residents who ibave flags are asked to- display them, Horton said. WE PUT THE SURE IN INSURANCE ... with added protection for today's driving needs Old-fashioned policies don't give you the kind of coverage that modern motoring requires. Be sure you're more than adequately protected . . . see us today! We//s & Wells Calvin Hurst Harold Watkins Jack Sanford Insurance • Abstracts "Dependable Insurance" DIAL 447,2520 911 West Avenue WELLINGTON, TEXAS Danel, Linda Karnes, Cheryi Needham, Judy Millsap, George Kopp, and Jacqueline King; Bass clarinet!: Sammie Thompson; Alto saxophone: Anna Kay Kelso, Jane Orr, Nancy Holton Lynn Derryberry and Nancy Thomas; Tenor saxophone: Graham Bowen and Marsha Tyler; Baritone saxophone: Linda Moore; Cornet: Carol Blain, Raymond Horton, Nancy Crawley Bryant Harris, Sandra Carter John Abernathy, Dwight Bowen, Becky jBrewer, DeTores Moody, Patricia Thomas, Davic Groves and LaJuanda Peters; French horn: Janyth Estes. Regina Ferguson, Tommy Thomas, Laquii'ta Martin and Patricia Bouchelle; Trombone: Chris Hubbard Oleland Stallings, and Dan Warrick; Baritone: Norman Black Davela Edens, Jerry Havi'on and Jackie Barton; Basses: Charles Black, John Barjeflbruch and Sammie Hicks Percussion: Lyndal Bowen Sharon Daves, Saundra Owens Glenn Koons', Henry Stall, Peggie Crawford, Deborah Peters and Linda Ogletree; Oboe: Kathy Davis. t Rodeo — from page on the grand entry. No (prizes will be .given in the rodeo events as many o the boys compete in Interschol astic League sports., but first second and third places will b designated. There will be 10 events, an these will include: Steer riding: There will b three go-rounds and the to CjmJJo*Jtes Named '_3 ' , - f •* l Quail Observes 60th Anniversary at School Quail school will observe its 60th anniversary with the commencement exercise on May 22 and at that time all former sachem and early students will ie honored. Plans were announced Tuesday, April 28, Iby Supt. Herman Moseley. The first school was taught at; 9uai^for' the 1903-04 term, with the late Alvin Atkinson as teacher.' 1 L iA< v "We are not sending invitations, but we would like to locate as many of the former teachers and trustees as possible, as well as the students of the first school," Moseley said. Each will be recognized at 'the commencement, planned for 8 p.m. Friday, May 22. Not only are the teachers and trustees of Quail included', but those of the 13 school districts that were consolidated' •to form the present Quail district, the superintendent explained. The school was consolidated in 1935. The commencement speaker will be a long-time superintendent, Noah Cunningham, now of Corpus Christi. There are 17 members of this year's graduating class. Arena materials. — from page one three of each go-round will compete for the championship. This contest is open, only to Wellington Future Farmers. Stock wdll be furnished >by Frank Campbell. Trailer Race: Two go-rounds with the top two boys of each to compete for top (place. It is open ito all high school age youths. Team Roping: This, also is an open event to boys from other schools, but limited to 10 entries. Sack Race: This one is open to boys of junior high and below. Catf Scramble: The same rules apply as for the sack race. Tie-down Calf Roping: This is open to boys from any school but .limited to 10 entries. Scoop Race: This also is an open event but limited! to 10 boy.s Ribbon Rolping: The same rules apply to this event. Barrel Race for .girls: This is opera to any girl of high school age. Barrel Race for boys: This is open to any high school age •boy. The winners of the two barrel races will compete for top honors. Republicans — from, page one Railroad Commissioner, un- expired term: Don Flanagan of DaWas county. Comptroller of Public Accounts: Dallas Calmes Jr. oJ Harris county. State Treasurer: Fred S Neumann of Jefferson county Commissioner of the Genera Land Office: John A. Maitth ews of Taylor county. Commissioner of Agriculture John B. Armstrong of Kleberg county. A Hearty Welcome to the Wellington FFA RODEO Saturday May 2 2 BIG EVENTS Big Western Parade 10 a.m. RODEO at Wellington Rodeo Grounds. 7:30 p.m. • STEER RIDING • TIE DOWN CALF ROPING • TEAM ROPING • SCOOP RACE • BARREL RACING • AND MANY OTHERS RODEO ADMISSION f {'•*•?£ % .00 -: So far, the old wooden pens have heen replaced with those of all metal. Four inch pipe is used for posts andl steel sticker rods for the fence. New lights were installed. Cyclone fencing has gone up on the east side of the arena and the arena was widened 50 feet. When .the work is completed ;he arena wall be 50 feet longer, the cyclone fence will ex end around the north and west sides', ibleachers will be along the west side and the entrance will be changed from the east -o the north side. THE WELUNGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 30, 1964 Music Week ~fvom page one Wellington is to be the setting for a concert by outstanding students from Midwestern University, Wichita Falls. This 8 o'clock conceit has a variety of instrumentalists on the agenda and includes the following: Benny Spencer, violinist; Miss Patricia Thomas, altto saxophonist; Miss Theresa Woodfin, pianist. Spencer, a sophomore student of Thomas H. Greer, will perform "The Sons of the Plains," Keler-Bela; "Recitative Fantasia," Cesar Franck; "Schon Rosimarin," Fritz Kreisler. He will be accompanied by Howard Bosler, junior organ student of Dr. Nita Akin>. .Spencer is from Wichita Falls. Miss Thomas, a senior saxophone student of Dr. Walter Wehner, will tplay. a .transcription of a Handel sonata. She will ibe accompanied by her sister, Miss Nancy Thomas. The sisters are from Vernon. Miss Woodfin, a junior tpti- ano student of Mrs. Ivy Boland, will perform "La 1 terrasse des audiences du clalr de rune" and "Feux d'Artifice" from Prelude Book II, Claude Debussy. Mwwf Woodfin ia from Wichita Palls. Kent Hughes, composition and theory teacher alt Midwestern University, will also Ibe in Wellington with this group. "Both the hymn festival and the artists concert -will be programs of quality which will bring enjoyment to all ages. The membership of the Wellington Music Club .urges that the whole family attend these beneficial, gratis performances." . Mrs. Cudd -said. Dr.M.V.Cobb Chiropractor BL$-1133 310 South Main Shamrock, Texas DR. JACK L. ROSE OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses 505 Main Closed Saturday Afternoons MEMPHIS Phone 259-2216 FRESH CARROTS 2.11b. pkgs... 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