The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 7, 1964 · Page 5
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 5

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 7, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 7, 1964 Miss Hardin Weds Paul D. Bell in Church Rites at Clarendon Saturday Mrs. Paul D. Bell Norwood PTA Elects Officers for 1964-65, Hears Family Life Talk Members of the Samnorwood Parent-Teacher Association, in •a meeting Monday night April 27, elected officers for the 1964 and 1965 school year, then heard -Mrs. Cal Sugg, county school nurse, in a talk on "The Family—Wholesome and 1 Happy." Mrs. J. L. Alexander was elected president; Mrs. Marvin Knoll, vice president; Mrs. Donald Coleman, secretary; and Mrs. Denztil Deger, treasurer. A historical report was giv- •en by Mrs. Alexander. The room count iprize went Ho the second grade, and refreshments were served by the freshman and sophomore classes. Approximately 45 attended. The next meeting of the PTA will be Monday, May 18, when the program will be a piano recital by the students of Mrs. John Dwyer. The election meeting was held in the foyer of tihe gymnasium. Mrs. Langtord Has Lime Club The LiHie Home Demonstration Club met Thursday, April 23 in the home of Mrs. Henry Langford. Mrs. Elmer Haralson, president of the club, presided and Mrs. Langford gave the devotional. Mrs. Robert [Barjenbruch gave the program on "Household Cleansers." Refreshments were served to Mrs.. C. A. Wright, Mrs. Haralson, Mrs. Haskell Manuel, Mrs. Don Manuel and Terry, M&s Linda Kay Hardin of Dallas was married to Paul D. Bell in a ceremony (performed in the First) Methodist Church at Clarendon Saturday, May 2 at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. The Rev. J. V. Patterson, pastor, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hardin of Clarendon, while the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bell. He as also the grandson of Juda Bell and Mrs. E. T. Vaughan, long-time county residents. Votive lights dh wrought! iron candelabra's formed an arch across the chancel, and above the arch rose a fan-shaped arrangement of white gladioli. Emerald palms completed the background decorations. -Smaller arrangements of white gladioli and palms completed the setting. Sprays of huckleberry tied with satin bows marked •the pews. Wedding music was provided by Mrs. Bill Williams of Clarendon, organist), and Miss Cherie Cooper of Dallas, vocalist. Mr. Hardin gave his daughter in marriage. The bride wore a formal length gown of white organza and net over taffeta. The (bodice was designed in a slim (princess silhouette and featured the empire look. The neckline was richly accented with Alencon lace, and the long fitted sleeves ended dn points over her hands. The same pattern of apipliqued lace was sprinkled over the voluminous skirt, and the full watteau back extended into a chapel train. The illusion veil sprinkled with seed pearls, was held in place by a pearl and crystal tiara. The bride's bouquet was of white rosebuds surrounding an orchid. Miss Linda Miller of Dallas was the maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Kaye Brown of Dallas and Miss Jacquie Bel'l of Clarendon. They wore floor-length gowns of azure blue silk shantung, designed in semi-sheath silhoii- ette, and their matching open pillboxes with brief butterfly veils. They carried bouquets of white glamelias. Jimmy Garland of Clarendon was the best man and groomsmen were Carroll Nunnelley and Andy Bell, brother of the bridegroom, of Wellington. Ushers were Jack Campbell of Amarillo, Quenten Hancock of Lubboek, Farris Wood of Wellington and Gary Vaughn of 'Lu'bbock. Debra Wood of Wellington and Shauna Hardin of Claren- don, were tne flower girls, and the 'bridegroom's 'brother," Dana Bell, was ring bearer. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin were hosts at a reception held in the Patching Olub House. Members of the wedding party were Miss Sharron Landman of Dallas; Mrs. Jimmy Garland, Mm John Payne and Mrs. Ann Karnes of Clarendon, and Mrs. Farris Wood of Wellington. As the couiple left on their wedding trip to points in Colorado, the bride wore a three- piece white suit witih blue accessories, and -her corsage was an orchid. A graduate of Clarendon high school, the bride is a student in Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Dallas and will be graduated in August. The bridegroom was graduated from Wellington high school and attended West Texas University. He is now engaged in farming here. After August, Mr. and Mrs. Bell will be at, home in Wellington. During the Civil War the Alamo in San Antonio was used by the Confederacy as a quartermaster depot. Andrea Carter, Summer Bride-to-Be Shower Saturday Evening Honors Miss Andrea Carter, ibride- elecft of Arthur Woods, Jr., of Lrittle Rock, Arkansas, was honored with a bridal shower Saturday, May 2, in the home of Mrs. Orville Vaughan. Sharing hostess duties with Mrs. Vaughan were Mmes. Buddy Yarbrough, A, L. Elliott, Hiram* Cudd, Velman Warrick, Prank Campbell. Barney Glenn, iByron Duncan, J. W. White and Bob Hightpwer. Mrs. Vaughan, Miss Carter Who's New in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Spenser Coleman of Fort Worth are the parents of a son, Kyle Scott, born April 28 in Fort Worth. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs . V. D.'Hutching-and Mr. and Mrs. John Coleman. and her mother, Mrs. Lynn Carter, received the guests. Mrs. Tony White and Miss Vickl Glenn registered' the guests and assisted the hostesses. Mrs. Elliott and 'Mrs: White (presided at the bride's table which was laid with a white linen cloth and appointed with silver and crystal. The centerpiece was a beautiful arrangement* of wedding bells on streamers of ribbon attached to tall tapers nestled among coral gladiolus and greenery. Quests called 'between 'the hours of 7 and 9 p.m. Baptist WMU Has Circle Meetings The Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met in circles Monday and Tuesday of this week for their Circle programs. The Margaret Martin Circle met in the home of Mrs. Ernest Maxwell. Mrs. J. C. Whis- enant was in charge of the program and was assisted by Mrs-. Olan iLowe, Mrs. Mitburn Derryberry, Mrs. Jess Cook and Mrs. Maxwell. The Ruth Poole Circle was entertained by 4 Mrs. Frank Itoberts with Mrs. M. L. Lynn directing the program. Those on ibe program were Mrs. J. L. Hays. Mrs. Lloyd Holloway, Mrs. J. L. Burt and Mrs. B. IL. Porter. Mrs. V. J. Simpson was hostess to the Jaxie Short Circle. Mrs. P. E. Lowrie directed the program with the help of Mrs. Howard Riggs, Mrs. Leonard Karnes, Mrs. D. C. Powell and Mrs. Simpson. The Mary Langford Circle met in the home of -Mrs. Noble Murray with Mrs. (Bill Langford leading the program, assisted by Mrs. Ruth Wyrick, Mrs*. W. W|. McClaskey, Mrs. R. W. Brantley and Mrs. E. T. Vaughan. EARLY PORK The Cumberland road leading into the Ohio Valley was partially built by federal funds in the early 19th century. Some species of wasps live in social groups while others lead a solitary way of life. Mrs. Zook Thomas, Mrs. John Thomas and LaVonda, Mrs. Barjenlbruch and the hostess. My Sincere hanks To The People of Precinct 1 It is with a deep sense of gratitude I express my appreciation for the splendid vote of confidence the people of Precinct T gave me in the Primary last Saturday. I also appreciate the good words and the work many of you extended in my behalf. As I said last January in announcing, I will continue to work for improvement in Precinct 1 and for sound finances for the county as a whole. Your suggestions and help will be welcome at all times as to means and methods by which our county government can be improved. Again my thanks to each one of you. Woodrow Wood Ho, this is not a new luxury model fur-trimmed dollar... it's just our artist's representation of a natural economic truth •. • of Saying at Home Swapping our dollars for goods and services produces a lot of good side effects... in the particular trade area where the swapping takes place. These side effects... more jobs, better community living standards, higher property values... are actual "fringe benefits". .. added returns on our money... and worth far more than the goods and services involved in our daily buying. But we get these extra benefits for OURSELVES only when we trade in the community where we live. Collingsworth County Chamber of Commerce Phone 447-5848 Gilmore Locker Plant Phone 447-5660 Elmer Hiett L. A. Gilmore Wellington State Bank Large enough to serve you — Small enough to know you. F.D.I.C. Sullivan Hardware and Furniture Phone 447-5556 Raburn Grocery and Market We Deliver Phone 447-2171 Ben Franklin Store Phone 447-2388 North Side Square Norton & Harwell CONTRACTORS Shamburger Lumber Co. Elvis White Manager Phone 447-2477 B & B Electric Co. Phone 447-5755 One of a series of advertisements on the subject of Community Economics . . . respectfully presented by this group of leading Wellington business firms . . . S& R Hardware & Appliance Phone 447-2553 Weils and Wells 40 years dependable insurance in Old Line Companies Phone 447-2520 Brooks Auto Supply Everything Automotive Glen Taylor, Mgr. Phone 447-2456 Whites Auto Store : Buster Hughs, Owner Phone 447-2141 TYLER ELECTRIC Phone 447-5841 C & H Pharmacy Phone 447-2114 The Wellington Leader Phone 447-2414 For Fifty-Three Years a Builder in Collingsworth JOHN HOLTON FIRESTONE TIRES Phone 447-2505 BUTANE & PROPANE Warrick Feed Store Phone 447-2404 Clark Chevrolet Chevrolet Service Body Repair Phone 447-5422 Mobil Oil. Co A. L. Elliott Phone 447-5590 Lewis Grocery & Market The Best Quality Meats in Town Phone 447-5566 Allen Insurance Agency In Old Wellington State Bank Bldg. Phone 447-2517 City State Bank Since 1910 F.D.I.C. Phone 447-2566 Singley Mill & Elevator Purina Feeds • DeKalb Seeds Phone 447-2034 Langford Texaco Station The Best Wash & Grease Job in Town Phone 447-2006

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