The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 7, 1964 · Page 11
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May 7, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 11

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First Democratic Primary (Unofficial Returns) g S 3 ••3 >? flj "43- si a o ^ 9 '« 1 a Governor Yarborough Banks Haokworthe Connally Lt. Governor, Smith Fuentes 172 79 19 20 22 9.6 12 611 2 630 228 67 81 64 24 12 9 16 373 1 18 2 13 82 51 18 27 1291 oor ? f 91 7G 88 6G 22 81 1475 226 6 13 8 4 1 1 109 Senator Yarborough 413 170 56 82 48 •McLendon 380 140 28 20 36 61 41 17 29 917 40 20 9, 58 731 Representative at Large Sullivan 135 57 14 18 24 Baker 77 24 8 10 11 Looney 27 18 2 4 33 Elkins 28 6 3 5 5 Pool 418 155 37 39 35 30 9 4 18 309 6 9 4 8 157 2111 59 34 4 50 37 29 13 42 805 Attorney General Carr 830 341 94 109 94 104 65 31 88 1756 Commissioner of Agriculture White 564 179 59 75 64 Shivers 202 108 20 16 20 51 43 16 62 1113 50 15 9 23 463 Comm. Gen'l Land Office Sadler 603 209 64 80 67 Williams 153 75 12 10 18 68 46 18 20 1225 27 14 7 13 329 Comptroller Public Accts. Calvert 840 336 94 110 95 107 65 31 89 1767 State Treasurer James 804 339 94 110 95 107 65 31 89 1770 Railroad Commissioner Ramsey 835 336 94 106 93 105 65 31 85 1750 Railroad Comm. (Unex. Term) Owens 426 171 50 64 49 Langdon 316 101 28 24 34 52 35 16 42 905 37 24 8 40 612 Assoc. Justice, I'Jace 1 Pope 511 190 38 53 53 McGee 190 74 30 20 27 54 32 17 54 1002 25 24 7 21 418 First Republican Primary (Unofficial Returns) | o> £> * fig Associ. Justice, Place 2 Walker 843 339 94 110 93 107 65 31 90 1772 Assoc. Justice, Place 3 Hamilton 846 339 94 110 93 108 64 31 90 1775 Governor Crichton 39 1 40 Lt. Governor Houston 39 1 40 Attorney Gen'l Trice 39 1 40. U.S. Senator Bush 23 23 Cox 9 1 10 Davis 1 1 Morris 6 6 tCongress-at-Large Hayes 39 1 40 Congress, 18th Dist. Hinkson 13 13 Price 25 1 26 Assoc. Justice Sup. Crt. Place 1 Kennerly RR Comm. (Unexp. Term) Comptroller Public Accts. Calmes 40 1 41 Treasurer Neumann 40 1 41 Gen'l Land Office Matthews 40 1 41 Comm. Ag. Armstrong 40 1 41 Co. Repblican Chairman Baumgardner 13 13 J. C. Hartman 4 4 Emil Kersten 1 " 1 Presidential Pref. Referendum Goldwater 40 1 41 Rockefeller 1 1 Smith 0 0 Stassen 0 0 39 1 40 39 1 40 Charles Crews Dies Saturday in Las Vegas Charles Crews, 62, who was with the First National Bank here in the late 1938's died of a heart attack Saturday afternoon while playing golf on the Las Vegas, N.M., course. He ihacl previously suffered severe attacks, according to in- "orination received here, but re- :ently .underwent a complete jxamination and received a jood report of health. Mr. Crews was 52 on Friday, the day (before his death. He was a member of a prom- nent Childress ranching and >anking family. He moved to JES Vegas several years ago and was president of the First National Bank 'there. •Surviving are his wife, Hel;n, of the home; a son, of Al- mquerque, N.M., and a daughter of Lubbock; two sisters, Mrs. Ozie Taylor of Childress, and Mrs. Willie McDonald of Houston. Court Criminal Appeals Woodley 845 344 94 109 93 107 65 31 90 1768 Court Civil Appeals, 7th Dist, Martin 385 179 38 Northcutt 313 94 34 49 47 48 22 12 46 82G 27 32 37 31 8 33 609 Congressman, 18th Dist. Rogers 821 341 96 111 94 101 64 31 88 1747 State Representative Mcllhany 842 341 96 110 94 106 65 31 90 1775 Judge, 100th Jud. Dist. Reynolds 513 117 39 Harp . 331 361 54 58 44 38 29 15 58 971 51 48 66 34 15 32 792 District Attorney Gillham 838 339 91 108 94 105 61 31 89 1756 County Attorney Templeton 838 341 97 109 94 106 65 31 90 1772 Sheriff Rainey White 606 234 68 89 65 57 27 26 65 1237 233 106 25 24 28 50 38 4 24 532 Tax Asessor-Collector Owens 471 179 65 Mauldin 370 155 31 93 47 62 35 16 40 1008 21 45 43 28 15 46 754 Comm. Pet. 1 Wood 599 Forbis 223 74 37 70 743 16 276 Comm. Prct. 3 Emmcrt Harwell 192 38 149 57 12 242 206 Constable Hiett 830 108 86 1024 County Chairman, Dem. Party Spillman 642 248 76 90 54 57 33 22 60 1282 Hopper 152 70 18 16 39 37 30 6 23 391 Lunchroom Menu Monday, May 11 Ham salad sandwich, ripe olives, oven fried potatoes, fruit cocktail, cocoanut cake, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Tuesday, May 12: (Barbecued beef on a bun, .potato chips, blue lake green beans, apple rings, peanut butter cookies, apple rings, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Wednesday, May 13: Graduation day menu — valedictory chicken with gravy, salutatory p'otatoes, success salad, (prom rolls and butter, commencement oaha punch, diploma cookies, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Thursday, May 14: Vienna sausage, pork and beans, buttered cornlbread, pineapple and cottage cheese salad, pumpkin pie with whip topping, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Friday, May 15: Beef-vegetable soup and crackers, cheese toast, ripe olives, fruited jello brownies., half pint! milk or chocolate milk. The Republic of Texas nevei issued (postage stamps. OIL AND GAS NEWS Release of lease: H. S. Jondahl to Owie Pettfitt and wife —east 155 acres of the SE/4 section 107, block 21. Ratification of lease: Frances Weaver to Texaco, Inc.— South 200 acres of West 360 acres of section 106, block 21. Ratification of lease: Jim Berniece Wayne and others to Texaco, Inc.—South 200 acres of the west 360 acres of section 106, block 21. Conveyance of interest: Crescent Oil and Gas Corp. to Livingston Oil Co.—W/2 of the NE/4 section 35, block 16; E/2 section 26, block 16; N/2 of section 47, block 16; S/2 of the SW/4 section 52, block 16. Consent to easement: Wellington State Bank to El Paso Natural Gas Co.—196.13 acres out of the S/2 section 55, block 16. Lease: T. C. Crabtree and wdfe to Texaco, Inc.—N/2 of S/2 section 102, block 21: E/2 of NW/4 section 81, block 21; and North 20 acres of NE/4 section 107, block 21. (Lease: 0. M. Weaver and wife to Texaco, Inc.—E/2 of NW/4 section 81, 'block 21. Lease: Warren Douglas Johnson to Gulf Oil Corp.—SW/4 section 96, block 11; SW/4 of NW/4 section 96, block 11, and tract out of the SE/4 Section 97, block 11. Lease: Venia Irwen -and obb- ers to R. P. Fuller—N/2 section 36, block 12. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Zelma Neese to Frances Weaver—lots 1, 2 and 3 and the north 8 1/3 feet of lot 4, block 22, Wellingtion. Roy P. Burton and wife to Austin Cantrell—NE/4 section 57, block 16. Mid-State Homes., Inc., to R. W. Scott—lot 12, block 62, in Wellington. R. W. Scott and wife to Alia Armstrong—lot 12, block 62, Wellington. Ernestine Scott Green and husband to Bill Tartter—lot 9, Mock 218. Wellington. Cemetery deed: City of Wellington -to Wren Hartman—lot 14, block 36, addition, to Wellington cemetery. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 7, 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Neil Billingsley and family are moviing to El Paso, where they will teach. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Whitson of iLutie. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Killingsworth spent from Saturday to Tuesday of last week in Dimmitt with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Killingsworth. Mrs. Woodrow Killingsworth is recovering from recent surgery. Gary West, student in Howard Payne College at Brownwood spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oris West. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Raburn and daughter spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Raburn. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Britton and Diana visited Sunday in Amarillo with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weaver. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. A. B. Hicks were two daughters, Mrs. Thelma Brewer of Los- Angeles, and Mass Bernis Hicks of Washington, D. C. Miss Hicks and Mrs. Hicks visited an Muleshoe, Brownwood, (Blanket, Comanche, and Belen, N.M., during Miss Hicks' vacation here. Mdss Susan Beyefcte of Dallas was a house guest this past week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Horton. John Alvin Horton of Dallas. visited in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Horton on Saturday and Sunday. SPEEDY Robert Fulton's first steamboat in 1807 traveled the 150 miles from New York to Albany in 32 hours'. Granite Mountain, an 866-ft. dome of pink granite covering 180 acres near Marble Falls, •has the largest quarry of its kind in the U.S. 22 oz. SWEET PICKLES Qt. PRUNE JUICE .. 2 for 9.9* 3 for 99* 46 oz. PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 for99« No. 303 Zucchini SQUASH .. 4 for 99" 303 Green LIMA.... 4 for 99< 15 oz. Sliced CUCUMBER CHIPS. 4 for 99< 303 Peeled TOMATOES 4 for 99« No. 303 FRUIT COCKTAIL... 4 for 99« No. 2 Crushed PINEAPPLE 4 for 99« TUNA 4for99« 303 Whole Kernel or Cream Style CORN 5for99« No. 303 PEAS gfor«0« No. 303 Cut GREEN BEANS.... Double Stamps May 12 & 13 Yellow Squash Pound FRESH CORN 3 FOR — 19$ 5 for QQ< 1VI tJ' 9F CATSUP 6for99< No. 303 SPINACH 7 for 99* 14 oz. Cello Package 1 BANQUET 4 FOR — Fruit Pies 99C BANQUET Pot Pies 6 FOR — No. 303 SAUER KRAUT 7 for . 7for99 c No. 2 .Mrs.'Dorothy J. Smith has cooked on gas and electric ranges and she knows from experience. The Burner-with-a-Brain lets you set your recipe temperature and forget it No burned food or boil-overs. Also, there's the Cook n' Keep oven that turns itself down to ideal serving temperature. * See these gas ranges—on sale / at your gas appliance dealers! futlvil of In laifi Sill it III ippllun tiilm TOMATO JUICE... BUFF TOMATO SAUCE . 10 for 99' LIPTON TEA THE "BRISK" TEA V* Pound 39« 48 Tea Bags 59« 3 Ounce Instant 59* Reg. or King Size 3 cartons 990 WHOLE Pound — FRYERS 27C DRESSED Pound — HENS 330 PICNICS Bacon WHOLE Pound -. FLAVORITE 2 Pounds ... 790

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