The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 7, 1964 · Page 7
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Wellington, Texas
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Mrs. Bob McAlister Presents Speech Students in B&PW Club Program Mrs. Bob McAlister presented her speech students in a program for the Business and Professional Women's Club members Tuesday evening, Aip- annual Mothers June Wedding Planned The engagement of Miss Molly Ann Denley to John Kenneth Cameron of Denver, Colorado, was announced this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan H. Denley, 1101 'Childress Street, Wellington. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O. Cameron of Grass Creek, Wyoming. The couple will be married Friday, June 26 at First Methodist Church in Wellington. A graduate of Wellington high school, Miss Denley received the bachelor of science degree from North Texas State University and teaches in the Denver schools. Her fiance, a graduate from high school in Thermopolis, Wyoming, received his bachelor of science and master of science degrees from the University of Wyoming. All friends are invited to the wedding. ril 28 in its iprogram.' Songs and pantomimes made up the entertainment. Opening the program was "Thank Heaven for Little Girls," sung by Karen Richardson, Beverly SingTey ami Aleta 'Owens, with pantomime iby Patti McAlister. This was followed iby "I Enjoy (Being a Girl," <pantomimed and sung by Cathy Singley; "Graduation Day," with Karen Richardsion, Raymond Horton Jr., Beverly Singley and Aleta Owens as vocalist and Wfyn- ona Jones, pantomiimist. "Because" was sung by Karen and pantomimed Iby Anna Kay Kelso. The latter then' presented Brahm's "Lullaby." "Grandmother" was given as a pantomime by Beverly, and Aleta read the poem, "I Speak as a Child." The entire .group sang "A Tribute to the Mothers" as the closing number. Mrs. John Coleman, J3&PW dub president, was presented as "Woman of the Month" by Mrs. Luther GribbTe. In tracing her career, Mrs. Gribble pointed to the many "firsts" in the honoree's life. At Channing, where she lived a number of yeai'S', she helped organize >and was president of the first PTA. She was the first woman school board member there, and sponsored the first .Girl Scout troop. In Wellington she was the first -woman to sit on tlhe City Council. Mrs. Gribble told of the places of leadership Mrs. Ooleman has held on organizations here," and of the honors she has received that extend up to the state and national level. Mrs. Gorman Owens was the program chairman for the evening. The dinner was held in the chjb room of the community building, and floral decorations were purple iris. Attending were Mrs. Byron Duncan, Mrs. Gribble, Mrs. Jim- rnie Kelso, Mrs. H. !L. Jenkins, Miss Rose Shadid, Miss Marie Shaddd, Mrs. Velman Warrick, Mrs. McAlister, Patti McAlister, Mrs. Dee Ooleman, Mrs. Joe Baumgardner, Mrs. Trusten Thomas, Mrs. A. J. Fires, Mrs. Rufus Sweat, Mrs. 0. A. Sweat, Mrs. Dudley Phipps, Mrs. Tommie Murdock, Mrs. Lyclia McPherson, Mrs. Truman Estes, Raymond Horton, Jr., Miss Kelso, Miss. Richardson, Miss Singley, Miss Owens, Miss Jones, Cathy Singley, Mrs. Cal Aaron, Mrs. J. D. Aaron, Mrs. Sam Adams', Mrs. 0. E. Dodson, Mrs. Francis Roberts, and Mrs. J. A.. Lowe. Want Ad Information Rates On Classified and Legal Notices Minimum Charge $1,00 Minimum (cash in advance) 75f Per word, 1 insertion 4c Each subsequent insertion — 3« Display in Classified Section, per inch $1.00 Phone 447-2414 Legal Notice Reprints of Advertisements The Wellington Leader furnishes 20 reprints of advertisements to all regular advertisers who desire them each week. Additional reprints may be secured at a considerably lower cost than new circulars by notifying the paper of your needs at the time you place the advertisement with the newspaper. FOR SALE—Gregg cottonseed, certified, first year from reg- stered seed. Tom (Berry. Pho. 447-2632. Highway 203 East, 1 mile. 39-tfc FOR SALE—John Deere combine No. 55, year model 1957. 14-footl header. Used very little. 'See or call U. S. Bolton, 447-2788. 41-3p FOR SALE—Aluminum Camper Canopy for wide bed pickup. Ideal for fisherman. Call 447-5806. 40-tfc CUSTOM SWATHING, MOWING, RAKING, BALING. LEO THOMAS 603 Haskell Phone 2768 42-4p GOLDEN STAR brightens and freshens carpets and upholstery economically. Use sham- pooer FREE. Sullivan Hardware & Furniture. 41-lc FOR SALE—Guns and ammunition. Gunsmithing. Buy, sell or trade. Guns wanted, any condition. Western Gun Shop, 1405 8th St. 34-tfc Elementary PTA Installs 1964-65 Officers at Tea Planned May 13 New officers of the Elemen-1 -tary school parent-teacher as- .sociation will be installed at a tea Wednesday, May 13 at 2:45 p.m., Mrs. Clyde DeMoss, president, has announced. The meeting will be in the school cafetorium. A special invitation has been extended (parents of children who will be in school for the first time next year, in order that they may become acquaint-ed with the purposes and procedures of PTA, 'Mrs. DeMoss ;said. Talking office will be Mrs. Jimmy Cochran, president; Mrs. David Baumgardner. vice presi- ident; Mrs. J. I. Morgan, secretary; and Mrs. Don Jennings, treasurer. Other officers are appointive. The installing officer will be Mrs. D. H. Aaronofsky of Memphis. Before they take over their duties, the incoming officers will attend a school of instruction, to be held in Memphis Monday, May 11. Delta Kappa Gamma Chapter Closes Year With Founders Luncheon Here Western Meal Honors Boys A western pancake breakfast honored a group of eighth grade boys Friday morning, May 1, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fires. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Earl Clark, Mrs. Wayne Cudd and Mrs. Edd Henard. Tables were laid with (bandana cloths, and the bandanas used as napkins were igiven as favors. From the breakfast the boys went on ito school where Western Day was in progress. Attending were Kent Clark, Alan Fires, Jim Henard, Andy Henard, .George Kopp, Jim Lindsey, Harry Glen Patterson, Sammy Hicks, Stevie Davis, Tim White, Alfred Allred, David Lynn Groves, Jimmy Black, Sandy Covey, Nat Hoi- ton, Billy Neeley "and 1 Mike Gilmore. Miss Bourland Wins Honors Wellington membei-s of the I •Gamma Kappa Chapter of Delta Kaplpa Gamma were hostesses at the luncheon Saturday, May 2, which closed the 1963-64 year. The meeting was held in the community building. Mrs. Rufus Sweat, president, directed the meeting. As Mrs. Velma Weaver played soft background music, Mrs. Irene Kirby of Childressi was initiated into the Gamma Kappa Chapter. Miss Esto, McElrath of Memphis then gave a short tribute to Gamma 1 Kappa Chapter's twenty-fifth 'birthday. The theme of the program was "Founders, Our Timeless Cultural Patterns." Taking .part on the program were Mrs. iLucille Naylor, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Charley Hill, Mrs. Barney Walker and Miss Maudie Coffee of Wellington; and Miss Ruth Richerson -and Miss Edgar Mae 'Mongole of Clarendon. For the impressive ceremony a table was arranged with twelve tall candles in a semicircle, and a large central candle in a brass holder representing the Eternal F.lame of Delta Kappa Gamma. Mrs. Naylor gave the opening tribute to the founders and lighted the Eternal Flame. A short sketch of the life and work of each founder was given as her candle was 'lighted from the flame. During the business session, officers for the 1964-65 term were installed. Taking the office of president is Mrs. Inez JSlankenship, while Mrs. Audrie Tribble of Memphis is first vice president; Mrs. Hill, recording secretary; Mrs. Weaver, treasurer; Miss 'Mongole, second vice president; Miss Margaret McElreath of Memphis, (parliamentarian; and Mrs. Fred Bourland of Clarendon, corresponding secretary. Eastern Star Holds Friendship Night, Honors Mrs. Paul Starr The Wellington Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star ob-, served its first Friendship night in the new Masonic Hall Tuesday evening, Aipril 28. At the same meeting, members honored Mrs. Paul Starr, who holds office in the grand: chapter. Mrs. Grover Pettitt, worthy matron, welcomed the guests, and Mr. Pettitt, worthy patron, led the pledge of allegiance. Following the presentation of grand officers and introduction of guests, ithe program was given honoring Mrs. 'Starr, entitled "This Is Your Life, Sister Ev»." Mrs. Lloyd Harper was narrator, Mrs. E. F. IBartlett and Mrs. Melvin Seale sang favorite songs of the honoree. Taking part on the program were Mr. Starr, Charles Bairfield of Clarendon, Mrs. Katherine Harbour of .Shamrock Mrs. R. T. Savage, Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. Seale. Mrs. Jack Davis was pro gram director. Mrs, Starr recently was appointed grand representative o:~ he grand jurisdiction of Massachusetts to the. grand juris- liction of Texas. Grand officers and other lonored guests were diaries Bairfield, (past grand patron, of Clarendon; Mrs. Bairfield, the ;rand representative to ithe ju- •isdietion of Alabama; Mrs. larbour. grand marshal 1 ; Mrs. CtoWthea Clements of Lakeview, deputy grand matron" "of District 2, Section 5, Approximately 125 attended from Shamrock, Clarendlon, Memphis, Hedley, Childress, Paducah, Matador, Dodson and Wellington. Two (honors recently came to Fredda Gail Bourland, formerly of Quail, now a student in Texas Woman's University in Denton. Miss Bourland was selected vice president of next year's senior class in the recent student elections. The field was narrowed 1 to four contestants before the final selection was made. A few days earlier, she was chosen president of the Home Economics Club of the University. A home economics major, Miss Bourland Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bourland, now of Clarendon, and is a graduate of Olarend'on high school. She will complete her work for her degree in three years. Change in Quail School Program Noah Cunningham, former •superintendent of Quail schools, will be unable to return as commencement speaker, as he had planned. Su|pt. Herman Moseley said that although this change is necessary, former teachers and trustees of the school will be honored, as this is the 60th anniversary of the founding of the first! school iw the community. Teachers of all common schools that were consolidated into Quail are included. The date for .graduation also has been changed *o "Thursday evening, May 21, from the previously planned date of Friday. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS To any Sheriff or any Constable within the State of Texas—GREETING: You are hereby commanded to cause to be .published once each week for four consecutive weeks, the first publication to be at least twenty-eight days before the return day thereof, in a newspaper printed in Collingsworth County, Texas, the accompanying citation, of which the herein below following is a true copy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: W. S. Cross, Bruce W. Bryant, I. V. Winningham, A Newberry, C. Newberry, A. C. Newberry and A. & C. Newberry, the unknown heirs of each of said named 1 Defendants, if said Defendants, or any be deceased, and the unknown heirs of the unknown heirs, if any of the unknown heirs of said named Defendants be deceased, the unknown (personal representatives, administrators, executors, executrices, and devisees, if there be any, of said named Defendants, or any of said named Defendants', and the unknown heirs of any devisees of any of said Defendants, and all unknown persons having or claiming any inter- For Sale FOR SALE—Motel for sale. Retire with income, 16 units, living quarters. Red Sands Motel, Childress, or 4501 West Third St., Amarillo. Telephone DR 3-1G07. Amarillo 35-Sp Services GARAGE SALE—(Living-room suite, chair, apartment stove, refrigerator, bi'eakfast suite, gas heaters, twin beds, and other items. 1104 East Ave. 42-lp FOR SALE—4-row set of Cline Profile Planter attachments •to fit Allis Chalmers planter. Good condition. Walter Camp, Dodson, phone 493-2461. 42-2p AUTHORIZED SINGER sales and sei*vice. Sewing machines vacuum cleaners. Free demonstration dn your home. Your business appreciated. Contact Wellington Studio 42-4p STUD SERVICE— Bearwood Quarter Horse, Hollywooc Gold breeding, P-112,505. Fci $50. Return in season. Stand ing- 3 miles SE Hedley, High way 287. Horse", trained. Eck Whitley. 42-4p ALL KINDS OF DIRT MOVING, TANKS, BULLDOZING TERRACES, LAND LEVELLING No Job Too Small STARR & PENDERGRASS 709 Ennis St., Wellington Phone 447-5607 22-tfc Wanted WANTED—Grocery store em- iployee with meat markeb experience. Good salary, paid vacation. Southard's Grocery, Shamrock, Texas. BI. 6-3292. At night BL 6-1498. 42-2p For Rent QUAIL CHAPTER male Duroc ready for service, % mile east of old Lillie Gin. Fees S2.50. Jerry Haralson. 40-3p Repairs Long time no see TV, hear radio? Renew contact with outside world with our expert repairs. Tyler Electric Phone 447-5841 39-tfc FOR RENT—Small white stucco house, electric stove and refrigerator. 1902 East Avenue. Call Steve Owens. 42-lc FOR RENT—Furnished duplex, 3 rooms and bath. Good condition. 600 -block 9th Street Kil'Hnigsworth duplexes. 42-lp FOR RENT—3 bedroom house, recently re-decorated, 1200 block of El Paso St. J. M. Stowell. 42-lp Business Opportunities EARN $20 per day or moi-e in permanent route work. Will train man or woman if inex- iporienced. Write Mr. HEATH, Box 2766, Memphis 2, Tenn. 42-2p MEN OR WOMEN TEACHERS wanted in Wellington, Samnorwood or Quail for summer work. Write Jim Richardson. 2040 Hughes, Amarillo, SELLINGr-Cultivator Sweeps, 4 to 40 inches. Buggy top tractor shades. Very nice used HOTPOINT refrigerator. Stevenson Implement Co. 42-2c FOR STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS and Hostess Parties, contact Mrs. G. C. Isbell, 1310 Dalhart. Phone 447-2323, Wellington. 42-6c WANT TO DO farm labor, by day or week. Phone 447-2698. 3-BEDROOM HOME, real nice. Garage, cellar, store room, 75-ft. fror,t. Reasonable down payment to owner, carry ibal- ance. Good location. Williams Real Estate, 700 Floydada St., Phone 447-5506. Wellington, Texas. 42-2p est or lien in and to the hereinafter described land, and if any of said unknown persons be deceased', the legal representatives of each of said unknown known persons, heirs of and the un- each of said unknown persons, the legal representatives of the unknown •heirs of said unknown persons, if the unknown heirs of such unknown persons be deceased, all persons claiming title or interest in the hereinafter described lands, Defendants, FOR SALE—Lankart cottonseed. Dan Guthrie, 2 miles north and 5 west of Wellington. 41-6p 206 Amarilb St. 42-3c FOK TYPEWRITERS ANP ADDING MACHINES — Repair, rebuilt machines, also rib- Texas. 36-5p Lost & Found LOST—Calendar wrist watch. Reward. RetJurn to Wellington Leader. 42-lp cons for most Roy M. Horn. machines, set 7-tfc FOR SALE—Chihuahua puppies at 1000 ChiMress St. Jack Needham. 41-2p I STIDL HAVE houses to sell —rent—trade, farms, ranches, even motels, so ca.ll me. 1 can't sell without) a buyer. Williams, 447-5506, Wellington, Texas. 41-2p Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- FOR SALE—Good 3-bedroom house to be moved. See or call Ernest Harwell 1 after 5 ip.m. 447-2063, 1201 East Ave. 41-2p PORTABLE DISK ROLLING at your place. Browning Shoe Shop. 42-2c Bible Study Beginning Monday, May 4, Bible Study will be held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. each day at the House of Prayer at 604 West Avenue. Everyone is invited to attend. Bible study for teenaigers will be held on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. 41-2c / WE MAKE gates, nay racks, automatic feeders and calf tables. Oran Starkey, intersection Highways 83 and 203. Phone 447-2578. 21-tfc 'S Free Estimates Prompt Service Expert Work Brown Paint & Body Shop Phone 447-5505 LOST—Black and brown Beagle 1 year old. Answers to name Gus. Reward. Jack Lackey, Phone 447-2051. 42-lp LOST—Nice black German Police clog, about one year old. Collar on, with ring but no tag. E. A. Hays, 6 miles west) of Quail on Hedley highway. 41-lp Political Calendar FOR SALE—Fishing boat and trailer, in first class condition, with electric starter. See Earl Finley. 41-2p The Rev. IL. P. Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Yapbroug'h, Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Posey, and Misses Linda Sikes and Patricia Kinibro 'will' Attend the District Assembly and conventions at the Northside Church of the Nazarene in Font Worth May 11 to 15. Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Moody and Ernie were in Amarillo Sunday to visit their, daughter, Miss Rita Moody. ••';•''* Mr. and Mrs. Ernest) Maxwell returned to their home in Dallas Thursday of last week after visiting their iparents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Olay and' Mr and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bonneau and family of Plainview were week end visitors in the homes of their parents!, Mr and Mrs. Bura Handley, and Mr. and Mrs. Van Bonneau a Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Wilson have been visiting in Odessa with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyer and three daughters. Mrs. Wilson remained for a longer visit but Mr. Wilson returned home the first of the week. MANDED to appear before the Honorable District Court of Collingsworth County at the Courthouse thereof, in Wellington, Texas, by filing a written •answer at or before 10 o'clock A. M. of the first Monday next after the exlpiratfion of forty- wo days from the date of the ssuance of this citation, same eing the 15th day of June, A. D. 1964, to Plaintiff's Peti- ion filed in said court, on the ith Day of May, A.D. 1964, in his cause, numbered 4270 on the docket of said court and styled Floyd Teutsch, Plaintiff, fa. W. S. Cross et al, Defendants; In which said suit Floyd Teutisch is Plaintiff, and the above named parties to whom ;his> citation is directed, are Defendants. A brief statement of 'the nature of this suit is as follows, to-wit: Suit in trespass to toy title for the title and possession of Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), Five (5), Six (6) and Seven (7) in Block Forty-one (41) of 'the Original Town of Dodson (formerly Dodsonville) as shown by the recorded map or plat thereof, and for damages as is more fully shown by Plaintiff's Petition on file in this suit. If this citation is not served within ninety days after the date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved. The officer executing this •writ shall promptly serve the same according to requirements FOR SA1LE — Hay hauling truck, 38 Ford 1% ton. $100 cash. See Skip Duncan. 41-2c FOR SALE—Need veteran that is eligible and can qualify for direct G.I. loan. My home in southwest Wellington has been appraised for $8,250.00 loan. H. L. Duncan, Jr. 4472563. 41-2c IT COSTS NOTHING to use our Blue Lustre Carpet Sham- pooer with purchase of iBlue Lustre Shampoo. S&R Hardware. 41-lc FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS. See Rabum L. Smith at Association office, 911 West Avenue in Wells & Wells building, on Tuesday and Friday of each week. 37-tfc WET ACID Delinting Service Cottonseed cleaned, Graded, bagged. Phone 447-2585 Wellington Cottonseed Delinting Co. Dick Sweat, Mgr. 31-tfc SEE US FOR Venetian Blinds Floor Covering Carpet, Tile, Linoleum Philco Appliances Washers Dryers • Blue Lustre Shampoo • Roper Ranges • Dearborn Heaters S&R HARDWARE Sam Adams, Mgr. N. E. Corner Square Phone 447-2553 43-tfc For Court of Civil Appears in Amarillo: HERBERT C. MARTIN of Potter County For District Judge 100th Judicial District CHAS. L. REYNOLDS For District Attorney 100th Judicial District JOHN GILLHAM For State Representative 87th District GRAINGER McILHANY For County Attorney R. L. TEMPLETON For Sheriff JOHN RAINEY For County Tax Assessor-Collector STRONG'S FLOWERS have all your lawn needs, vegetable plants, lots of blooming plants, ipetunias, periwinkles, snapdragons, fancy leafed caladdums, verbenas, dahlias Call 447-2345. and others. 404fc FOR SALE—Lankard 57 and Northern Star No. 5 cotton seed, first year from certified, acid delinted, germination 90%. Bargain prices. Phone 447-5736 Rufus Sweat. 40-6p For Ethan Allen Treasury of Early American Furniture SIMMONS FURNITURE Hollii, Okla. 17-tfc Bulldozing Terracing Grading Harold Elbert 48-tfc of law, and the mandates hereof, and make due return as the law directs. Issued and given under my hand and the seat of said court at Wellington, Texas, this, the 4 day of May, A.D. 1964. Attest: /s/ .LORENE JE.NKINS Clerk, District Court, Coilingsworth Coijiilfcyi [SEAL];. : x ;;^ -'42-4c FOR SALE RED TOP CAKE SEED — TEST — 91% germination 00% weed seed 98.96% pure seed .20% other crop seed .84% inert matter See Derail Lacy or phone 447-2732 New Automatic Moytags JUST INSTALLED We also have 10 dryers to serve you. We also do the customary wet wash-dry wash or you can do it yourself. Duncan Laundry For Commissioner Prec. 1 WOODRO W WOOD For Commissioner Prec. 3 J. C. EMMERT Cards of Thanks 9th at Ennis tfc MONUMENTS: WILLIS-FELLOW QUARRY GRANITE, OKLA. FACTORY PRICES Only 52 Miles Call collect KE 9-2184 or send letter & we will call on you. tfc We wish to express our sincere appreciation and 'thanks for the many kindnesses shown us during the illness and loss of our loved one. The greatest assets that can be had on this earth are our friends and neighbors who were so thoughtful during the weeks of illness. To each one who prepared food or helped out in many rays, to each visitor, to each man who sat up, and to Dr. [olcomb, our special thanks. Our thanks also for the beau- iful flowers and memorials. May God bless each of you. The family of Bob" Bowen FERTILIZER John Deere No. 45 Nitrogen 16-20-0; 30-15-0 and others John Deere Distributor for rent See Buske Farm Store or Phone 447-5485 31-tfc Original Replacement Seatcovers Custom Fitted On Your Car Whites Auto Store Wellington, Texas 31-1 : : •••:••*. •' ••',•-;' In our hour of sorrow we wish; to express, our sincere Jianks to all who heliped at -he death,-; of,. Alta Mae Kincannon, by bringing 1 food, send- ng flowers or, cards and any vord or action of sympathy. We especially thank Glen. Richardson and his staff, Rev. Ran- cin and Dr. Roberts for their acts of kindness. May Gjod's richest blessings 'be with all of you. The; families of Dee Kincannon and C. H. Coe. To the many friends and kin who sent me the many lovely birthday cards> and letters on my 84th birthday, I want to thank all. of you for such a kind act, which I appreciated; very much. May God bless all of you. Mrs. Henrietta Handley,

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