The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 7, 1964 · Page 6
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 6

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 7, 1964
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*W.P Jfo-Y' s t ' .. >i * THREE OF COLLINGSWORTH'S MOTHERS Mothers Day, May 10, will bring J honors to many Collingsworth county mothers, among them, those who are "pictured on this page. Four generations are shown in the picture at left, Mrs. J. W. Deger of Wellington, right in the picture, will have her daughter, Mrs. Joe Rountree, center, and granddaughter, Mrs. Bill Janes Jr. Two of her great grandsons are seated in front, Kyle, left, and Kim Janes. None are younger in heart , than Mrs. A. J. Shields of Dozier, center, mother of Mrs. Claude Caperton. Now in her 92nd year, Mrs. Shields is keenly interested in her community and the world at large. This picture was taken as she attended the program by children of the Samnorwood Elementary School Friday evening, May 1. One of the increasing number of young couples who want large families are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Taylor of Wellington. Vonr nie Taylor is seated in the rocker, where she says "I've rocked my children thousands of miles in it!" and with her are their eight. She holds three-year-old Carl Lewis, and the twins, Ranee and Janee, 5, are seated in front. Reading clock-wise around her are Toni Gayle, 7; Lea Ann, 11; Glenna, 17; Charles Ray, 10 and Kay, 13. Glenna and Carl Lewis shared the same birthday Monday, April 27. Taylor's mother, Mrs. J. C. Taylor, lives with the family and is "second mother" to the children. Society THE WELLINSTON [TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 7, 1964 Quail Juniors and Seniors Hold Annual Banquet at Clarendon Quail juniors and seniors rig- DePauw, Johnny Carson, Car- Wesleyan Service Guild Elects New Officers in Monday Meeting The Wesleyan Service ! Guild Mrs. Barney Gtenn and Mrs. of First Methodist Church met Monday night, May 4 in the -church parlor with Mrs. C. L. Jones, president, in charge. Mrs- Jack Davis opened the meeting with a (prayer. In the business meeting the following officers were nominated: Mrs. G. L. Jones, president; Mrs. David Baumgardner, vice president; Mrs. Jennie Holcomb, secretary; Mrs. Barney Glenn, treasurer; __Mrs. Lloyd WooMridge, promotion secretary; Mrs. Frank Anderson, spiritual life secretary; Mrs. Guy Owens, literature and -publications secretary; Mrs. W. C. Reeves, supply secretary; Mrs. Gorman Owens, missionary secretary. The telephone committee will be Mrs; Joe Thompson, Mrs. Roy Horn and Mrs. Marie Watkins; Mrs. Pearl Aaron is hospitality chairman; Mrs. Goat Hopper, Christian social relations chairman; Mrs. David Baumgardner and Mrs 1 . Lloyd Wooldridge, rnembers'hi'p. committee. The nominating committee is composed of Mrs. Jack Davis R. H. Isbell. Mrs. Gorman Owens gave the study on "Spiritual Life." The meeting closed with the song, •(Be Still My Soul." Who's New in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Mack Saied Jr. are the parents of a daughter, born May 4, in St. Joseph's Hospital. She was named Rebecca Lynn and weighs seven pounds and one-half ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyer of Odessa are the parents of a daughter, Jackie Lee, born April 27. She weighed seven pounds, thirteen and one-half ounces. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Wilson. JFF Members Honor Mates The JFF, Club met Thursday night,, April 30 at the Cherokee Inn witih Mrs. Wayne Otidd as hostess. Mrs. R. L. Mabery, president, welcomed the guests as they arrived. Mrs. Joe Coleman was program chairman and introduced John Ooleman, who showed slides and -talked on his recent trip around the world. Members and iguests present were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mabery, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Belew, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Jake iLeach, Mr. and Mm Fred Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Woody Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coleman, Mr. amd Mrs. R. T. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. John Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. -Elmer Carter Jr., Also Mrs. D. C. Lacy, Mrs. Jack Sanford, Mrs. Luther Gribble and the hostess, Mrs. Cudd. r Thank Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bradley of Dumas are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Scott. ged a showboat as the setting for their ibanquet, held this year at Mrs. Bromley's dining room in Clarendon. This is the annual event at which the graduating class is honored. Big red banjos, candles, amd miniature (bales of cotton added the southern touch to the Victorian style dining rooms. Rodney Hill was master of ceremonies, and introduced the program numbers. Nancy Eun- mert Harris welcomed the guests and Mike Mitchell gave the response. The class wilf was read by Duane Campbell find the prophecy by Dalle Morris. The seniors' farewell was given/ by Lonetta Neeley. Entertainment was by the Emeralds of AmariHo, a guitar- clrum grouip that has a former Quail youth, Freddy Boyce, as vocalist and one of the .guitarists. Attending the (banquet were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moseley, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy, Mrs. Lowell Wells, Mr. anc Mrs. Monty MitoheH, Mr. anc Mrs. W, F,. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lacy, Mr. ano! Mrs Pat Kimbro, Mrs. Sam Russell Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Emmert Mr. and! Mrs. Jack Morgan. Seniors present were ILonnie Brim, Anne Baggett Nation Dwight Burns, Duane Camp 'bell, Jackie DePauw, Margie s to the voters of the 100th Judicial District for the consideration you gave me in the Democratic Primary on May 2nd. I sincerely appreciate your vote of confidence, and I solicit your cooperation and support in fulfilling the duties of the office of District Attorney of the 100th Judicial District for the term of office beginning on January 1,1965 John R. Gillham For Mother roll Kennedy, Louis PortiUo, Jr., •Mike Mitchell. Eddie McGill amie McKinney, Dan Langord, David Phipps, Marjorie White Scott, Ra'bert Russell, Agatha Wright and Kirby Word Juniors attending were Rosie Jaker, Tommy Baker, Charles Joen, Jerry Boyce, Nancy Harris, Joe. Harris, Stanley Gosnell, Rod'ney Hill, Shirley Hortton, Patricia Cimbro, Smokey 'Mitchell, Dale VIorris, Diane Moseley, Lonetta yleeley, Denzil Phipps, and Sue Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peeks of Amarillo spent the past week end in the home of his mother, Mrs. Virgie Peeks. Cook-Jones Wedding Set Miss Carolyn Cook of Samnorwood and Billy Jones of Amarillo will be married in a ceremony performed Saturday, May 30, at eight o'clock dn the evening in the ILutie Baptist Church. The Rev. Verrell Leeper will officiate. Announcement of the approaching weddirvg was made this week by Miss Cook's* par- ente. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cook of Samnorwood. The .parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. James Jones of Amarillo. A reception will be 'given by the bride's parents in the fellowship hall of the church following the ceremony. The family 'has extended an invitation to all friends to the wedding and reception. Kings to Have 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. E. IL. King o. Claude, formerly of Ceilings worth county, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 10, at their horn which is 15 miles south o Claude. Friends and relatives are in vited to attend the open hous betiween 2 and 5 p.m. A son and daughter still Kv the county: ones at Quaiil ting at Dozier. Mrs. R. D. and Kenneth In Europe, folk legend credits the hedgehog with being a weather prophet;. Give«M Whether she lives nearby or far away nothing will gladden Mothers heart like beautiful flowers. We have them in potted plants, cut flowers and corsages and our potted plants and flowers are especially impressive this year. "Flowers Wired Anywhere" Strongs Flowers Phone 447-2345 Special Giuic 2>*eid, Sale Just In Time For Mothers Day ON HER DAY GIVE A Beautiful Wafch Make your selection from our Bulova and Wy/er watches tor ladies— exquisite designs in precision watches by famous watchmakers. Make your selection today. Hales Jewelers Just North of City State Bank Realizing That It Is Time For The Various Denominations Of Churches Throughout The World To Call On Their Respective Congregations To Make Their Annual Tithes, And, It Is That Time Of Year When The Citizens Are Called Upon To Support United Fund And Various Other Charities, Campaigns And Organizations, We At Saied's Department Store Would Like To Offer The Following As An Assist To All Churches And Organizations in Wellington As Well As Our Trade Area. Effective Wednesday, May 6 Through Saturday, May 16 Saied's Dept. Store Will Send 10% Of The Entire Purchase Of Any Dress (Including Our Famous Brands) To The Church Or Organization Of The Buyer's Choice. We Will Maintain A Roster Of Names Of Individuals, Churches And Organizations To Which The Buyers Wish Their Percentage Donated. We Invite Your Daily Inspection Of This List. •«. GIFT HEADQUARTERS For The Graduates We Have Sizes For All High School Graduates of the County FREE GIFT WRAPPING Sale Starts Wed., May 6 Continues Thru May 16 DEPARTMENT STORE Shop in Cool Refrigerated Comfort

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