The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 30, 1964 · Page 12
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 12

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 30, 1964
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TOP^^'^!-??.''V 1 '. ., V •;•"- ."<•" '•".•' ' •*^f;w:-z-'v'f'^r.J-"•'(•• ,,•*•',-••). . . . •• i®fe??/V?rC^': v ;:', '"' ; - ' •' ' rThtelDod^n^ tnl3 : wa ; s^' ^eligible ' to lit" the .sjfete : land' irtgr/- contest &t;"<56llege Statdbn June ,6^ r ia£tei? s -rto,; - pppositiii<>ri showed /up ""ate .-t'h'e ^District I contest in Gonyori, rewntly, . 1 VEKfe tearn, 'ccnwposed of Dale Derrick, , Cody Crofcrioe, John Hightower "and'.,. Mike Guliey, was the', only team entered in the local. contest, conducted by <the Salt Fork Soil Conservation District, supervisors, and received first place. , This is the third time in five years the Dodsbn team has competed on the state level., Coaching ,ithe land judging team a-re County Agent Cecil Regier and "Lyrival Black of Dodson,, himself a member of the team that won second {place in the .state, Ruidoso Firm Elects Oswalt Leroy Oswalt of Roswell, N. M., recently was elected vice president and a director of the Kuidoso .Savings and ILoaiv Association, Ruidoso, N.M. A former Wellington food 1 market owner, Oswalt and his family have lived) ,in Roswell for several years, and for the past five years he has been president of his own construction farm. He is one of ihe principal founders of the Ruidoso Savings and Loan. Mr. and Mrs. Oswalt and their daughters., Vickie and Kim, will move to Ruidoso within a few weeks. Their son, Larry, and' his wife, already live in that area. ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL NOTES LUCAS GUSHER MONUMENT — This tall Texas granite monument marks the spot where oil was discovered January 10, 1901, by Capt. Anthony F. Lucas at Spindletop oilfield three miles south of Beaumont. The wooden derrick in the back- around is a replica of the original Lucas well. University Gets Strange Gifts Not all the private support given to The University of Texas comes from somebody's checkbook, UT's Development Board reports. Among unusual—tout useful— private donations received by the University during 1962-63 were (1) several hundred cattle, proceeds from the sale of which were used for research arid faculty improvement at the Galvcston medical branch; (2) a yacht for research in marine biology and oceanography at UT's Institute of Marino Science at Port Ai'amsas; (3) a 40,000-specimen fossil collection for geological research, and (4) original scores from several Broadway musicals, v About seven-eighths of an iceberg remains under water. Mrsl Lbyd Stephens of' Samnorwood, surgical, April 17 to 20. ^ ' Mike Krutton, medical, April 17 and 18. Ben B. Morris of Quail has been a medical (patient since April 18. Pearlie Lee Price has been a medical patient since April 18. Mrs. Price Morris, medical, April 18 to 23. D. F. Downs, traumatic surgery, April 18 to 21. Mike Krutton, medical, April 19 to 23. Mrs. Latin Mae Duckworth, medical, April 19 to 21. Mrs. Fred Saied, obstetrical, 21 to 25. J. A. Killian, medica'l, April 21 and 22. Mrs. Jackie Burrus of Childress, obstetrical, April 22 to 24. •Mrs. E. T. Hollabough, medical, has been a patient since April 24. Mrs. R. L. Tenison has ibeen a medical .patient since April 24. Mrs. Paul Spillman, obstetrical, was admitted April 24. Mrs. Clara J. Scott, medical, was admitted April 25. Mrs. Horace Small, medical, was admitted April 27. Dick Sweat, medical, was admitted April 27. Patients admitted pi-ior to April 17 and since discharged were: Mrs. W. D. Stanley, April 18. Kathy LouAnn Berg, April 19. : Mrs. J. C. Scott, April 19. Grady Graham, April 20. Mrs. John Wolf, April 21. RITZ Th urs. — Fri. . A IT'S THE PUCE WHERE THEY INVENTED IT! WELLINGTON LUMBER CO. RAINDIAL SPRINKLER $9.95 value, sale price $7 oo ANALYSIS OF OIL LAWS—Railroad Commissioner Jim C. Langdon, left, is shown here turning over a draft of a comprehensive analysis of Texas oil and gas conservation statutes to Governor John Connally. Langdon Is chairman of the Texai Legal Committee of th« Interstate Oil Compact Commission that made the study. 'Average' American iats Six Pounds of Rice per Year If we can' believe national statistics, the "average" American consumes 6 pounds of rice a year. Louisiana 1 residents eat 30 •pounds of rice a year, and South Carolinians rank next at 27 pounds, a recent USDA survey shows. Even these two states are pikers compared to Hawaii, where residents eat 113 pounds of rice a year. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 30, 1964 OIL AMD GAS NEWS Lease: Virginia Rtvbey to Gfdf Oil Corp.—-NE/4 section 7, block 12. Lease: Aernes Francis to Robert 0. Lister Jr.—NW/4 seotion 61, block 12. » Lease: I/. M. Tittfle to Robert 0. Lister, Jr.—section. 83, block 12. Lease: Agnes Francis to Robert 0. Lister Jr.—SW/.4 section 61, Mock 12. [Lease: Agnes Francis to Robert 0. Lister Jr.—section 80, block 12. Lease: I. E. Emmert and wif e to Robert 0. Lister Jr.—section 81. block 12. Lease: I. E. Emmert and wife to Robert 0. Lister Jr.—section 82, block 12. 'Lease: I. E, Emmert and wife •to Robert O. Lister Jr.—section 79, block 12. Assignment of .lease: Robert 0. Lister to 0. L. Dunford and others—SW/4 section 83, block 12. Lease: 0. K. Loving and others to J. H. Riggs—NW/4 section 51, block 15. ILease: W. W. Baker and wife to Benny Wilder—NE/4 section 52, block 15. Lease: Lewis Morris and wife to Texaco, Inc.—West 120 acres of 'S/2 section 129, block 21. Sunday guests in the home of George Shadid amd Misses Marie and Rose Shadid were Dr. M. Shadid, Mrs. L. Samara and Miss Gladys Samara of Oklahoma City; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Shadid of Anadarko, Okla.; and Mr. and Mrs. John Shadid and Terri cf •Memiphis. Guests of Mr. amd Mrs. Rufus Sweat over the week end were their, daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Lowry and children of Irving, and Lt, and Mrs. James Coley of Roswell. N.M. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Allen and children, Vickey. Charlotte, Tommy and Jerry Paul, of Canyon were here for the week end -with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starr. Richard Mauldin, student in Southwestern State College at Weatherford, Okla., spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr.' aiid Mrs. Hubert Mauldin. Walter O'Neil of Fort Worth and Ted O'Neil of Whitney were week end visitors in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Polly O'Neil. Gates 5/8 Fibre Core RUBBER HOSE Reg. $8.95, sale price EXTRA SPECIAL Men's Basketball Tennis Shoes by La Crosse $4.98 value Friday, Saturday, Monday, May 1,2 and 4th ONE GROUP Ladies Summer Shoes Leathers, Canvas, Pattinas Values to $9.98 $199 and $299 L FULL THICK ALUMINUM FOIL BACKED I NSUL ATI ON, per ft. JOANNA EDWARD tan** »«irai« WWJISX l«n*«K«Lt«ja*rn PMSCMTtD OT KfARNCR BROS. Sat. — Sun. Mon. - Tues. GA X • : • Adm. 65c — 3oc Good Heavy STOEtii DOORS Reg. $35.00 value .. The campus cutie has the Professor's Apprentice standing on his head! WAIT WSNEY, THE Wed., May 6th Bargain Nite "Last of The Fast Guns" A. O. Smith Glass Lined WATER HEATERS 20 gallon $ 45°° 30 gallon TO INTRODUCE CATALINA SPORTSWEAR SHORTS, PANTS; TOPS 10 % OFF THREE DAYS ONLY 10 Year Guarantee We are dealers for the following products . . . Johns Manvillc Products AlRMOTOR Pumps, Mills and Parts Minnesota Paints U.S. Steel Roof Products Dirks Posts WESTERN DAY SPECIAL Mens and Boys Western Hats By Bailey, Western $1.99 to $5.00 values Men's Nylon Stretch Sox First Quality — 49c Value 3 pairs for $100 Ideal Graduation Gift — 3 Days Only Size charts available for all graduates: Wellington, Quail, Samnorwood, Dodson, Booker T. Washington Saied's — Your Gift Headquarters for the graduate. 50* gal. off regular price. Wellington Lumber Co Herman Harris, Manager 3 DAYS ONLY Ladies and Childrens by Catalina, Bobbie Brooks, Regal. Ladies Seamless Hose 2 pair for $100 NOW AVAILABLE AT SAIED'S Two Kinds of Credit 1. 30-Day Accounts 2. Revolving Credit STORE DEPARTMENT

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