The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 30, 1964 · Page 16
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April 30, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 16

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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thunday, April 30, 1944 Piano Students of Mrs. Kelly Pigg Play in Spring Recital on Sunday •Mrs. Kelly Pigg will present her piano students in a spring Tecital Sunday, May 3 at 2:30 p.m., with tooth beginning 1 and advanced studente (participat- ' t At the end of the recital, pins and certificates will be presented those young pianists who participated in the recent audition. •• All friends of the students are invited to attend. The musicians and their numbers will inchade: "Blue Danube," Strauss, arranged by Mittler. iby Cind'y Saied and Betsy Trapp; "Umbrella Man," Erb, and "Merry Marionettes," King, by Jane Campbell. . Mrs. Stowell Is Speaker The Belles Lettres Cluib met) Tuesday, April 21 in the home of Mrs. Bob . Hightpwer for their regular meeting. Mrs. Dick Richards, president, presided. The minutes of the last meeting and! the treasurer's report were read and apjproved. Mrs*. J. M. Stowel'J, new program chairman, appointed Mrs. Daisy Owens, 'Mrs. Bryan Denley and Mrs. Bob Hightower as the Yearbook committee for the new club year. The Olub Collect was read an unison and roll call was answered with "a city I would like to visit." Mrs. Stowell gave the program on "New York City." Her descriptions were vivid and interesting and were based on two personal visits to the city. The entertaining rooms were decorated with spring flowers cut from Mrs. Hightower's yard. Refreshments were served to Mrs. StoweH, Mrs 1 , Owen, Mrs. Denley, Mrs. A. B. Clark, Mrs. Coy Vaughan, Mrs. Jim Wood, Mrs. Howard Riggs, Mrs. Richard's, Mrs. F. A. Hatch. Mrs. Richard |B<ailey, Mrs. Cicero Gulley and the hostess. "Swiss Lullaby," -Lewis, and "Calypso Carnival," Hatrak, by Adelle IBurquist; "March of the Boy Scouts,'^ Graht-Schaefer, by Gary Mike Gulley. , "Wood Nymph's Harp," Rea and "El Burrito," Biddle, by Pa^ tricia Thomas; "Minuet," Bach and "Black Boots," Beissert, by Betsy Trapp. "The Pool at Night," Hanson, and "Fun with an Old Tune," Zepp, by Kathy .Scott; "Toy Symphony," Haydn, by Kathy and Betsy Castlefoerry; and "Wisteria," Baker, thy Betsy. "At the Campfire," Krentzlin and "Lonely Dancer," Federic, by Cindy Saied; "Gavotte," Popper, by Lonetta Neeley; "Gharmante," Groton, 'by Jennifer Leeper. "Syncopated Clock," Anderson, by Jimmy Campbell and Henry Wells; "Danza Mexicana," Kern, fty Jimmy Campbell; "Prelude," Shostakovich, and "Invention No. 8," Bach, by Joyce Holton. "Rigauden," McDowell, by Henry Well's; "The Flatterer," Chaminade, iby Vicki Killian; and "With a Song in My Heart," played by Vicki and Joyce. Beta Club Honors Parents The Wellington high school Beta Club honored their (parents at a salad supper Tuesday, April 14 in the library of the school. The new officers installed at this meeting were Randy Wooldridge, president; Leslie Covey, vice president; LaRaine Porter, secretary; Bill Spillman>, treasurer; Carolyn Christian, reporter and Karen Richardson, historian. A skit, "The Golden Rule," was written and presented by Jan Glenn, iBeverly Singley and Aleta Owens, after which the salad supper was served. Sponsors of the club are Mrs. Ben Ratliff, Mrs. L. P. Durham and E. W. Clement. Lindn Shewbert • * * Miss Shewbert to Wed June 6 Marriage plans of Miss Linda Shewbert and the Rev. Lyle Hamilton were revealed at a luncheon given by her. mother, Mrs. J. E. Shewbert, Plainview, recently. The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Shewbert, Miss Shewbert was youth director of First Methodist Church here in the summer of 1963. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton of Childress. The wedding will be June 6 in First Methodist Church, in Plainview, with Dr, Shewbert, Plairoview District Superintendent of the Methodist Church, officiating, assisted iby the Rev. Don Hamilton of Montana, brother of the prospective (bridegroom. Both Miss Shewbert and her fiance are seniors in McMurry College, Abilene, and in September they will be at home in Dallas, where sihe will teach music in the Dallas Public Schools and he will enroll in Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University. Family Size Farm Still Produces Most Food, Fiber The family farm is the dominant producer of food and fiber in the U.S. today. The family farm operator who succeeds today uses genetics, land and water use, conservation, chemistry and phys- cs and business management ability. He combines a revolution in technology with the ancient art of farming to efficiently produce material for the nation's homes and industry. Music for the Dance and Drama Studied in Music Club Meeting "Music for Dance and Drama" was discussed! for mem- ibers of the Wellington Federated Music Cluib by Mrs. Richard Nail, program director, on Tuesday evening, April 21. Mrs. Mack Bush was hostess and Mrs. Bill Bradley co- hostess. Following her discussion of music for the dance, Mrs. Nail presented Karen Richardson, Mrs. Crawley Entertains Club The membership of the 1924 Study Cluib met April 23 in the country home of Mrs. R. R. Crawley. Emphasis was placed on words as that day -was the 400th anniversary of the birth of one who used words so eloquently—William Shakespeare. The theme "Feminine Focus ... on ColloquiaMsm at Home and Abroad," afforded the members a chance to learn and to reminisce. "Words," a very timely quotation from an, anonymous author, was read (by Miss Sara E. Jones. Mrs. A. L. Elliott presented "Patois Internationale" as a medley of lingos. She explained that words come into our language in many way®—from foreign languages, myths, legends, from literary works and from slang. Through distortion or misunderstanding a word usage may eventually change. The audience was amused! as Mrs. Elliott toM of our "western lingo" and our "Texas talk." , Roll call was on word 1 usage and grassroot expressions. Attending was one guest, Mrs. Earl L. Bartlett, and members, Mmes. Edward Bawcom, Crawley, Elliott, Chester Fires, (L. E. Cribble, Jack Moreman, B. M. Sitns<, J. F. Michael, Henry Vaughan and Miss Jone®. high school music student, who sang "VeNefc Shoes," by Thomp- sow. Joyce Holton was her accompanist. "The Operatic Cook Book" was reviewed by Mrs. B. M. Sims, in which she gave summaries in verse of operas bearing womens'" names: "Aida," (Verdi); "Salome," (Strauss); "Madame Butterfly," (Puccini) and "Carmen" (Bizet). Mrs. Orville Vaughan 'then presented Miss Richardson as the junior musician of the month. and she sang "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied at the piano by Miss Holton. The hymn of the month, "Come Ye FaitMul, Raise the Strain," by John of Damascus, was led toy Mrs. Hiram Cudd. Entertaining rooms were decorated with arrangements of iris, tulips and bridal wreath. Refreshments were served to Mrs. William Barjenbruch, Mrs. Cudd, Mrs. Claude ^Groves, Mrs. Glenn Hicfcey, Mrs. Jack Kopp, Mrs. Nail, Mrs. 'Sims, Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Bernice Welch, Mrs. John Holton, Mrs. Jack Durham, and the guests, Mm James Richardson, Mrs. Mildred 'Starr of AmariHo, Miss Richardson and Miss Holton. H. D. Jones Family Meets : Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Jones of the Marella community had all of their children with them last week end. These were Mrs. Dale Coleman of Dumas, R. B. Jones and R. C. Jonos of Bula, and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Jones of Marella. • ; Also visiting with them Sunday afternoon were Mr. end Mrs. C. H.. Jones and children, Mrs. Jerry Hawley and children and Mrs. Virgil Robertson and children of Amarill'o; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. French Seflf and N. E. Childers of the Marella community. Time to Plant Warm Season Perennial Grasses • Establishment of warm season, perennial grasses such as big 'bluestem, switchgrass and sideoats gramma is usually most successful when/ the seed is sown from March to the middle of May. Experiments indicate that they dion't do well when seeded in late fall or early winter. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, April 30. 1964 Banquet -—from page on da Minatrea, Jim Henard, Nat Holton, Jan Bowen, Brenda Bobo, Davi Groves, Billy McKinney, Jo; Chandler, Vicki Wade and Beti Smith, also, Miss Lahand'a Mayhugh, Mr and Mrs. Ralph W. Word, Mr and Mrs: Harvey Mill sap, Mr and Mrs. A. A. McQueary, Mr and Mrs. J. F. Isaacs, Mr. an Mrs. I. D. Russell, Mrs. Ches ter White, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Haflper, Mrs. Jack Davis, an Mr. and Mrs. Rufus 'Sweat). Seventh grade girls who ser ved were Mary [Lou Hanna Connfe Hughs, Kay Taylor Mary Lou Holton, Mickye An Kendrick, and Delb'bie Lewis. Following the banquet, moth era of the eighth grade stu dents entertained with a party also held at the community building. ARTIST BACKSLIDES Samuel F. B. Morse, invent or of the telegraph, was a painter and sculptor before he became interested in electrica experiments. Wherever the Greeks went they planted vineyards. RE-ELECT GOVERNOR JOHN Sell it with a Classified Ad. —poW put. ad. Thanks To The People of Precinct I At this time I would like to thank the people of Precinct 1 for the help and assistance you have given me during my first term as Commissioner. Your cooperation and your consideration has been and is appreciated. If you nominate me for a second term I will continue to work for improvement in Precinct I as well as working for sound finances in the county as a whole. Your vote and support next Saturday will be greatly appreciated. Woodrow Wood Candidate for Second Term Commissioner of Precinct 1 FOR A GREATER TEXAS! -poW , Vote Saturday! And attend your Democratic Precinct Convention (Political Adv.—Paid for by Connally for Governor Campaign, Merrill Connally, Chairman.) FRIDAY -SATURDAY - MONDAY Yopng Mens COTTON PANTS Ivy League models—Values to $5.95 $999 each FABRIC SPECIALS Cotton Seersucker Ladies (Paid political advertisement) FLATS Values to $5.00 $04' W pr « P r * V Entire Stock Mens SOX Top Quality $1.50 value 98< each $1.00 Value 69* each Third largest meteor crater iu the U.S. is ten miles southwest? of Odema, Tex. I.HH (or ,'Aiilnate Here at Eddie Slay's you will find a large selection of high quality gifts for graduates, Shirts, Slacks, Sport Coats, — almost anything the young male graduate would desire in wearing apparel. If you are in doubt give a Gift Certificate. SIZES We have the sizes of all the Graduates of all the schools of the county to help you make your gift perfect. Eddie Slay West Side Square Vote For... JOB —PoL Adv. Paid for by Jim *ngdon Campaign Comnutee, Charles Langdon, Chairman.

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