The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 30, 1964 · Page 11
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April 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 11

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Society Aleuti V v THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 30, 1964 Nirie Future Hbrrieiriakers Attend State Meeting at Austin Miss Claudia Koobs "Hats and History" with Guest Speaker Style Show Feature May 1 Nine girls from the three Future Homemakexs Chapters in Collingsworth county will attend the state meeting of the Texas Association, Future Homemakers of America, in Austin Friday and Saturday, May 1 and 2, according to their sponsors. One of these, Anna KayKel- so of the Wellington chapter, will compete in the state talent contest, after having won the Area I contest recently. She will participate in the (program Friday night. Also going from Wellington will be Jan Lindsey, delegate, and Mrs. Dee Coleman, homemaking instructor. Mrs. Bill Hill, chapter mother, and three memibers of the Samnorwood Future Homemakers will' go. They are Jo Nell Breeding, Nancy Alexander, voting delegate, and Nancy Hill, .state degree candidate. Kay Purkey is the alternate delegate. Mrs 1 . Arva Knight will accompany them. Analtemate from Area I tio try out for the National FHA pianist is Patricia Kimbro of the Quail chapter, also chapter alternate delegate. Janace Pitts is voting delegate and the other member to attend. Mrs. Monty Mitchell, teacher, will accompany the girls. The two-day meeting of representatives of over 1300 FHA chapters of Texas will include the awarding of state degrees of achievement to outstanding members of the organization and honorary memberships to adults. Business to be transacted will be the naming of state officers from the ten officer nominees who were elected by memlbers in the 10 areas of the state. Delegates to the National FHA Convention at Chicago in July will be designated. Nearly 300 of the 60,659 girls in the Texas Association will receive the state's highest award, the State Homemaker Degree of Achievement. Robert T. (Sonny) Davis, assistant attorney general and director of the Attorney 'General's Youth Conference, will be the main speaker for the opening session Friday, addressing more than 3,000 girls. Trinity WSCS Plans Study The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at Trinity Church Wednesday morning, April 15. Mrs. Ike Rogers was leader and Mrs. (Louise Isbell gave the opening prayer. A study, "Teachings Toward Christian Perfection" by Olive Wyan was announced for Wednesday, April 22 at 9:30 a.m. This was open to all women of the church. Junior Auxilians Plan Projects Members of the Junior Hos- Ipital Auxiliary in an Apni'l 1 21 meeting made plans to contribute to a fund to buy two air conditioners for St. Joseph's Hospital and other plans were discussed for a summer party. Attending were Carolyn Ohrisitian, Nancy Sanford, Linda Richardson, Laquita Martin, Mary Martin 1 , Rio Snider, Linda Garrison, Donell McKinney, Kathy Davis, Linda Sikes, Becky Brewer, Nancy Holton. Vickie (Bergvall and Carol Hanna. • Mrs. Jimmy Cabcll, Jimmie Jr. and Jo-hie, of Kermit, were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Obie White recently. • Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Messer visited Sunday of last week in Hedley with his mother. • Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boen Sunday night were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Boen and daughter, Mrs. Wayne Swiney and son, Jeffrie, of Ft. Worth. Other Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Langley and Donna and Randy. • Mrs. Mary Boyett of Oklahoma City is making an extended visit in the home of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Robinson. • Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Crabtree visited in Oklahoma City with her 'brother, Mr. and Mrs. Hays Johnson, and in Tulsa with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell last weekend. Mrs. Mitchell has been ill but is improved now. • Mr. and Mrs. Dick Campbell visited in Sayre, Okla., on Sunday with relatives. • Mrs. Henry Jones underwent surgery in St. Anthony's Hospital, Amarillo, Wednesday, April 15. • Miss Barbara Tyler of Amarillo spent the week end with her iparents, Mr. and Mrs* Wilson Stephens. • Mr. and Mrs. Otto Russell of Wellington and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shields and' Tanya of Willow, Okla., were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. 'Sam Russell and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Langley and children spent last week end in Paris with relatives. Best-photographed tornado was the one that hit Dallas in 1957, of which 550 different photos are known. Mrs. Van Pelt Has Good Neighbor Club Mrs. Grady Van Pelt was hostess to memibers of the Good Neighbor Club Friday afternoon, April 17. •Mrs. Leonard Karnes opened the meeting with a prayer for those members who are ill, and after a short business session, refreshments were served. Attending were Mrs. Bob Stqphenson, Mrs. Coy Vaughan, MTS. Karnes, Mrs. Lloyd Holloway, Mrs. Robert Raines, Mrs. Ray Clubb, Mrs. Nell Oook, Mrs. Paul Hardy, Mrs. C. A. Wilbur, Mrs. P. V. Harper Sr., ami the hostess. Sell it with a Classified Ad. Friday, Saturday, Monday May I, 2 and 4 A style show, a undque revue, "Hats and History," and a discussion of the ready-made garment industry will ibe three •parts- of a program "Clothing and the Consumer," Friday, May 1 in the Wellington school cafetorium. It will begin at 2:30 ,p.m. and all women of the county are invited. The guest speaker will be Miss Claudia Koobs of Fort Worth, regional representative for the Sperry & Hutchdnson Company. She will show authentic reproductions of ihats from the National Art Museum in. New York and the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., tracing the history of millinery for 70 years. Miss Koobs will rebate the interesting events and most especially tells what an import- JFF Club Sees Cancer Film The J.F.F. Oluib met Thursday, April Ifi, in the home of Mrs. Alton Wilkins. Mrs. Ernest Harwell and ant part women played in all events through these years. Mrs, Richard Nail mil be the soloist for this part of the program and Mrs. Ed Brown and Mrs. Truitt Holland the pianists. During the style show, women of the county will model both garments they have made and those they bought readymade. The latter will toe acces- soried for the occasion. There will be a group of pre-school children modeling, 'according to Mrs. Kathryn Barjeribruch, home demonstration agent. Mrs. Cecil Masten will be the narrator. . Miss Rose Shadid, co-owner of The Fair Store, will tell of the ready-made garment industry in a discussion «n "Clothing and the Consumer." Wellington merchants will have exhibits of merchandise. Guests will be welcomed by Mrs. J. L. Alexander, chairman of the clothing committee of the county (program building committee, which is co-sponsor of this program with the Home Demonstration Council. Mrs. Bill Brewster will give a reading and Mrs. Barjercbruch will explain the purpose of the Miss Bessie Rainer were guests of tho club and showed a film on cancer as part of the program. During the business meeting plans were made for the Mother's Day party. Mrs. Wayne Cudd installed the following new officers: Mrs'. R. L. Mabery, (president; Mrs. Jake Leach, vice president; Mrs. Howard Holton, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. James Richardson, reporter. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Fred WilMams, Mrs<. Howard Crosby, Mrs. Herman Belew, Mrs. Howaird Holton, Mrs. R. "L. M>abery, Mrs-. Jake Leach, Mrs. Wayne Cudd, Mrs. Joe Coleman, Mrs. Jack Sanford, Mrs. James Richardson, and guests, Mrs. Harwell, Miss Rainer, and Mrs. Giracie White. Junior Music Club Elecfs On Thursday. April 23, the Junior Music Club met in tihe new home of Mrs. M. A. Bush, the club's sponsor. During the business meeting the 19G4-65 officers were elected as follows: president, Karen ChiMress; vice president, Patricia Walson; treasurer, Regina Ferguson; secretary, Becky (Brewer; reporter, Rie Schneider; historian, Connie Null, and parliamentarian, Davela Edens. Davela Edens, chairman for the evening, brought the program, "Journey to the Lone Star .State." "Bluebonnet, Flower of Texas," a duet was sung by Karen Ohildress and Connie Null, accompanied toy Mrs. Bush. Several piano solos were played by Regina Ferguson and Rie Schneider; "Calprice tin D Minor," a trio, was played by Judy Mi'llsap, clarinet, Jane Thompson, flute, and Becky Brewer, piano. The program was concluded by singing the hymn of the month, accompanied by Rie Schneider. meeting. \ Asking for Re-election to COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS Amarillo || Thirty-three years active experience in civil law practice in this district. 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