The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 30, 1964 · Page 15
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 15

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 30, 1964
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Patsy McBanel Patsy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McDanel of North Haskell here in Wellington. She was Iborn in Wellington on June 23, 1946. She has attended school in Vernon and Central Grade School, Canyon Grade School, and Canyon Junior High, and here in- Wellington. Patsy was quite active in clubs during her school years. As a freshman she participated in FHA, Pdp Club, and JB team basketball; sophomore: FTA, FHA, and basketball; junior: FTA, FHA, Library Chub and band; senior: FHA, FTA, Library Club, Beta Olulb and band. She was also in< the .Christmas play, and is an office girl this year. She received a Certificate of Award her sophomore year. She was an outstanding student dn general (business and American history her junior year. Patsy's hobbies are reading, horseback riding, and writing poetry. Patsy plans to attend Airline School in Dallas, Graham Bowen Graham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. King Bowen. He resides with his parents at 1406 Ennis Street. Graham was Iborn in Wellington Oct. 31, 1945. He began school in 1952, and has completed his school years here. Graham was in FFA. He has been in the high school band four years and was elected <to the Alt-Region Band during his senior year. Graham's favorite, subjects are vocational ag and band. He enjoys fishing, water skiing and horseback riding as hobbies. Graham plans to attend Clarendon Junior College this fall. •Graham had this to say about >his school years, "These have been hard years for me, but now thai) it's coming to an end, I regret it greatly." DOZIER NEWS • Some people from this community attended the Lions Club meeting in Boirger, Saturday, April 18. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Buck Breeding, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Breeding and daughter, Jo Nell, and Mr. and Mrs. Wood 'Coleman. • Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Glider, Debra Kay and 'Sammie, and Mr. and Mrs. George Holt, all from Hart, were visitors dn the home of Mrs-. Alex Coleman Sunday. Mrs. Glider is a relative of Mrs. J. A. Coleman. Other visitors in the .Coleman home were Mr. and Mrs. .Guy |Bell and family, of Amarillo. • The Church of Christ at Dozier_is getting an addition, consisting of nursery and rest rooms. • Some improvement has been made on itihe grounds of the Glen Davis. Methodist Church. • A birthday (partly for Mrs. L'onnie Simmons was* given in the home of her sister, Mrs. Kenneth King, April 15. Those •attending were Mrs. .Simmons and children, Jennie and Jan- ett, Mrs. Tom Underwood of Dodson, Mrs. Leslie McCutchen, Kenneth King and family, James Underwood, Johnnie Lankford and D. D. Miller, alt of Amarillo. • Mrs. Bill Shields visited her sister. Mrs. R. L. Tennison in Wellington. • Mrs. C. H. Caperton and Mrs. Jennie Shields visited in the homes of Mrs. Judla Bell and Mrs. Polly DePauw Thursday. • Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bentley attended the funeral of Mrs. Rogers Monday in McLean. Mrs. Rogers was <the mother of J. B. Rogers of Ulysses, Kan., a brother-in-law of Mrs. Bentley. LEASE CALL Texas is offereing 369,786 acres of public lands for lease to oil and gas producers. Land Commissioner Jerry Sadler has called for sealed bids on 608 tracts to be submitted! !by 10 a.m. on May 5. Mother Neff State Park near McGregor is the oldest of the Texas State Parks. William Barton William,-the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Barton, -was Iborn in Raiford, Florida, Oct. 4, 1945. He attended school in Florida until 1959 when the Bartons moved to Wellington. William's freshman year he was a member of the B team basketfball and football squads, and a member of the track and 'baseball teams. He was stage manager for the speech play, junior play, and also for the senior play. Also. William was a member of the volleyball team this year. Texas history and tyfping are William's favorite subjects. He plans to join the Air Force after graduation. Sammie Thompson 'Sammie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thompson and lives at 1603 Chiildress St. She was born in Hollis, Okla., Aug. 16, 1946 and attended school at Wellington. Sammie has been active in band, library club, FTA, Ko Shari, stage iband, and was a member of the cast of the senior play, and was a cheerleader. She was chosen Band Queen her sophomore year and was a member of the all-region band her senior year. Sammie attended Texas Woman's University all-girls band and was chosen Most Talented her senior year. Sammie was ColLingsworth County Fair Queen in 1963. She also received a scholarship to Art Camp at Kansas University in the summer of 1963. Her hobbies are painting, writing to pen pals, and stamp collecting. Sammie plans to attend North Texas State University and major in art. Winston Hicks Winston is the son of Mrs. Bessie Hicks and lives at 709 Bowie Street. He was born Aug. 3, 1946 in Wellington but attended school the first two years at Olton. The rest of his schooling was at Wellington. He was active in football and track during his high school days. Winston was chosen Class Favorite his junior year and Most Humorous his senior year. His favorite subjects are history and government, and his favorite hobbies are horseback riding and drawing. He plans to attend Amarillo College. Lyndal Bowen Lyndal is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hug (Bowen. He was iborn here and has attended the Wellington schools' all his life. Lyndal has been fairly active in school affairs- these past four years. He has participated in football for'tw.o years, band one year, stage band one year, track one year, and he was also p. member of the junior play cast; This year Lyndal received second place reading poetry in the Interscholastic League contests at McLean. Lyndal's favorite subject is speech, and his hobby is swimming. This fall Lyndal plans to attend Southwestern State College at Weatherford, Okla 1 . Kent Holland Kent is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Holland. He was born in Wihdtter, Calif., and has attended school in Amarillo for nine years before coming to Wellington his sophomore year. Kent has been very active these past three years. He has been in FFA one year, on the rodeo committee two years, in livestock judging contest two years, junior and senior chapter conducting -two years, junior play, and class (president hois sophomore year. Kent was also an outstanding student in vocaeional agriculture his sophomore year, and an outstanding student in government his senior year, Reserve District No. 11 State No. 69 REPORT OF CONDITION OF Wellington State Bank of Wellington Texas, at, the close of business April 15, 1964, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in (process of collection $1 United States .Government obligations, direct and guaranteed Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1__11_~~ Other bonds, notes, and) debentures (including $0 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U.S.) Corporate stocks (including $6,000.00 stock of~F~ederal~iReserve Bank)I_ ^oanis and discounts (including $10,486.79 overdrafts) 3 Bank premises owned $17,000.00, furniture and fixtures $14,000.00 ~~ Other assets ,017,022.83 682,425.00 407,439.38 56,000.00 6,000.00 ,702,026.09 31,000.00 3,000.00 TOTAL ASSETS $5,904,913.30 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $3,935,473.39 lime and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships', and corporations 968,009.43 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 22 932.55 Deposits! of States and political subdivisions II 600 682 89 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) I_I_IIII_IIII 17^056197 TOTAL DEPOSITS $5,544,155.23 (a) Total demand deposits $4,365,919.80 (b) Total time deposits $1,178,235.43 TOTAL LIABILITIES ----------------------------------------- __$5,544,155.23 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value _______________ $100,000.00 $ 10000000 (Total retirable vahie _______________ $100,000.00 ' Surplus — -------------------------------- _ Undivided profits -------------------------- :-TI-_:"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS —_ _______________________________ $ 360,758.07 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _______________ $5,904,913.30 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 528,425.00 Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of ______________ 23 334,72 4.1, * ^- I> Esten ine Glenn, Cashier, of the above-named ibank, do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and ESTELLINE GLENN. We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. JOHN E. HOLTON LEWIS MORRIS C. T. HUBBARD - _ Directors _ State of Texas, County of Oollingsworth, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd day of April, 1964. [SEAL] JANELL BROWN, Notary Public. while being high point man 1 at Pampa livestock judging contest, his sophomore , year. > Kent's favorite subjects are agriculture and government, and horseback riding and shuf- fldboard are his hobbies. Kent's future /plans are to enroll this fa-It in Amarillo Junior College. Rose Montgomery Rose is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Montgomery. She was born Oct. 28, 1945 here in Wellington, She has attended school here all her life. Rose (participated in many ctubs and activities. As a freshman her activities "were annual staff, Junior Hospital Auxiliary; sophomore: FTA, Junior Hospital 'Auxiliary, Beta Club; junior: FTA, Junior Hospital Auxiliary, office girl, FHA, Beta Clulb, library club; senior: FTA, FHA, office ,girl, library club. Beta Club. She was an officer in 1 Junior Hospital Auxiliary and in FHA her junior and senior years. Rose received the Crisco Award, the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award, and was alternate to Girl's State. She was an outstanding student in English I, shorthand, typing II, and Texas history and government. She also received an award in FTA. She was elected B&PW Girl of the Month. Rose's favorite subjects are literature and Texas history. She enjoys reading as a'hobby. Rose plans .to attend Draughon's Business College in the fall. • Vickie Killian Vickie is the daughter of Mr. and Mm. J. B. Killian of Rte. 1, Wellington. She was born May 28, 1946 and has attended school here all her life. Vickie has been very active during her high school diays. She has been a member of FTA, FHA, Beta Club, Junior Hospital Auxiliary, 'library chib, Ko Shari, and was in the senior play. She was voted Outstanding Student in home economics I, algebra I in> 1961 and chemistry in 1964. She was also Most Courteous in 1964. She has received two other honors her senior year: she was B&PW Girl of the Month, and Kiwanis Sweetheart. Her favorite subjects are math and chemistry, and her hobbies are playing the piano, skiing and sewing. She plans to THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 30, 1964 attend Texas Technological College. Patricia Wouchelle Patricia is the daugihter of Mr. and -Mrs. P. M. Bouchelle. She was born in Wellington Aug. 24, 1946. She attended school in Grand Prairie and in Wellington. Patricia participated in the following activities: freshman: PHA, library club; sophomore: FTA, FHA; junior: FHA, library club, FTA, office girl; senior: band, FTA, FHA. 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