The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 14, 1964 · Page 4
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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 14, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 14, 1964 Mrs. Jessefeters to Present Voice and Piano SCudents Sunday * - * Mars. Jesse Peter* ' present her voice and piano students in. a spring, recital Sunday, May 17, at "the elementary school cafetorium. •„ ,The program will begin .at- 2:30 tp.m. and all friends of the students, and all others, interested are invited to attend. ' '" . A chorus, made' up of all voice students, will open the program by singing "Universal Prayer for Peace," by Francis Paperte, and "Happy Wanderer" by Frederich Moller. Rie Schneider will 'be the accompanist. ;. . ;.,.,....-' yfj:[- '•'"' Other (numbers 'will ibe piano solos 'by Vicky McAdams: "Little Miss Bluebird" 'by Mae-Eileen Enb; "Shady Dell'! and "A Dialog" by Bilbro. Susanna Peters and Rebekah Burba, piano duet, "Chopsticks" by A. D. Lulli, and another duet by Mrs. Peters and her daughter, Susanna, "Sing, Robin Sing" by Spaiilding. Glenda Chandler and Mrs. Peters will IpQay "Violets Blue" by Matthews*. Joe Chandler, piano solo, "Lady Moon" and "At Dancing School" by Richter. Glenda Chandler, "Ring Sweet Bell," *by Bilbro. Susanna Peters, "Rondo" by Ludwig van Beethoven, and "Marching Along" toy Richter. Vicky McAdams, "Dancing Bear," Urb, and "Walse in F Major" by Bilbro. Cheryil Wilson, vocal solo, "Summertime" by .Gershwin, and "Ol'imb Every Mountain", from Sound of Music, Rogers and Hammerstein. Vocal trio: Susanna Peters, Glenda Chandler and Rebekah Burba, "Three Little Maids," Supper Honors Mrs. Holman A Mothers day dinner and .birthday suipper ^honored Mrs. M. H Holman Sunday, May 10. The event was held in the Kolman hon.e. Attending froin out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Montgomery and i Joe, Nancy and Refca of Roswell, N.M.; (Bailey Holman of Springdale, Ariz.; Donald Sutton and Wesley Hardin of Amarliilo; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ash and children of Canyon and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Estes and children of McLean. Present from Wellington were Mr. and Mrs. Holman and children, Pauline and Bobby; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffman and Children, Lena, Katherine, Barbara and Robert Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. UJoyd Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Biggs, Mrs. .Bud Holman, Jim Holman, Herman Thurman, and Miss Joann Southerland. Children of Mrs. Holman Here A reunion Sunday, May 10 brought together the children of Mrs. Bub Hdhnan, 94, for the first time in more than 10 years. Pictures made during the afternoon were the first of Mrs. Holman and her children to- igether in nearly 20 years. Coming to be with their mother were Bailey Holman of Springdate, Ariz.; Mrs. Chester Montgomery of Roswell, N. M.; M. H. Holman, Jim Holman and Mrs. Lloyd Sutton of Wellington. Shower Honors Wrs. Doug Seofe Mrs. Douglas Scale was honoree at a pink and blue shower given in the home of Mrs. J. G. Finley Friday evening, May 8. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out in floral and table decorations, with an arrangement of pink roses cen- tring the serving table. Following the presentation of gifts to the honoree, refreshments were served to guests attending. SKIN ITCH DON'T SCRATCH IT- Scratching spreads infection, causing MORE pain. Apply quick-drying ITCH-ME-NOT jnstead. Itching quiets down in minutes and antiseptic action helps speed healing. Fine for eczema, insect bites, foot itch, other surface rashes. If not pleaded, your 481 back at any drug store. TODAY at PARSONS DRUG. Gilbert and Sulh'van; "Merry, Merry Month of May" and "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" by Ernest Ball; and "You're a Grand Old Flag", George M. Cohan. Vocal trio: Carol IBurba, *La- Juanda Peters and Patricia Wilson, "The Bells of >St. Marys" by Emmett Adams; "Whispering Hope," 'by Alice Hawthorn; and "Kentucky BaJbe" .by Adam Geibel. LaJuanda Peters, vocal solo, "Edelweiss" from Sound of Music by Rogers and Hammerstein. Carol Burba, "I'll Never Walk Alone", Roger® and Hammerstein. Patricia Wilson, vocal solo, "Moon River" by Henry Mancini, with Regina Ferguson as accompanist. The chorus will conclude the program by singing "For the Beauty of the Earth" by Cocher. Shower Honors Mrs. Doug Tice Mrs. Doug Tice, the former Vemra Owens was honoree at a bridal shower Thursday, May 7 in the home of Mrs. Ray Null. Mrs. G. M. Owens, mother of the bride, presented Mrs. H. E. Tice, mother of the bridegroom, 'Mrs. A. Smith and Mrs. Berniece Tice, all of Hollis. to those present. Miss Rose Montgomery presided at the bride's 'book. The hostesses alternated at the sevrtog table which was laid with a lace cloth over pink and appointed with crystal. Hostesses were Mrs. Null, Mrs. Buford Riley, Mrs. ILeo Tihomas, Mrs*. G. A. Montgomery, Mrs. C. E. Roberts, Mrs. Raymond Ward, Mrs. Earl Patterson and Mrs. C. L. Watts. Children Honor Mrs.LA.Wall The children of Mrs. L. A. Wall honored her on Mothers Day by all gathering at her home for a day of visiting. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wall and family of Hereford, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wall and family of Dimmitt Mrs. .George Henson of Fon Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Richarc Peters and family of Quail and Mr. and Mr®. Waymon Moody of Wellington. First Baptist GA Hosts Houseparty ( i fuw-* *• * .- „»,-*.* •>• ."> -'o. ... j . Velm^OWens and Doug Tice Marry in Quiet Ceremony afChildress Miss Velma Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Owens of 202 9th Street, and Doug Tice of Hofllis were married Saturday, April 25 in. <Chil' 7924 Study Club Installs Officers Members of the 1924 'Study Chib met at) . the.., Gtreenbelt room on May 7 with Mrs. Jack Moreman as hostess. "Feminine Focus ... on Reflections" gave a backward glance of the club's /wumerous accomplishments this club year and a glimpse of the projects and plans for next chub year. During the business session retports were given by standing and special committees. A resume was .given on the Ann Fires Scholarship Fund by Mrs. Chester Fires, Top of Texas District life member. Begun in> 1932 wihen Mrs. Fires was club president, the fund is increased now by the dues of the club's associate members. A second generation of recipients is now using this und at college level. Miss Linla Millsap is the current re- :ipient. Officers for the '64-'66 peri- d were installed iby Mrs. B. M. Sims, Top of Texas Dis- rict second vice president. An animated western theme installation made the following slate the "ramrods" of the '1924 Ranch": Mrs. Edward J. White, president; Mrs. Jack Moreman, first vice president; Mrs. Velman Warrick, second vice president; Mrs. R. R. irawley. corresponding secretary; -Mrs. D. F. Cook, record- ng secretary; Mrs. Chester Fires, treasurer; Mrs. Edward Bawcom, parliamentarian; Mrs. B. M. Sims, reporter; Miss Sara E. Jones, federation counselor. Members in attendance were Mrs. Bawcom, Mrs. Mack Bush, Mrs. Oook, Mrs. A. L. Elliott, Mrs, Fires, Mrs. L. E. Cribble, Mrs. J. B. King, Mrs. Moreman, Mrs. J. R. Ross, Mrs. Sims, Mrs. Warrick, Mrs. Bill Bradley, Mrs. White, and Miss Jones and Miss Hattie D. Wells. WMU Circles Hold Mission Study The "Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist, Church met in circles for mission study Monday, May 11. The Ruth Poole Circle met in the home of Mrs. J. L. Burt. Mrs. M. L. Lynn read the calendar of iprayer. Mrs. Millford Harris was the hostess for the Margaret Martin Circle with Mrs. J. C. Whisenant and Mrs. Ernest Max- Norwood Honor Students Karon Cunningham, left, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cunningham, is valedictorian of the Samnorwood eighth grade graduating class and Janice Colson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ool- son, is salutatorian. Karon's average is 94.55, while Janice has a grade average of 93.65. Garden Club Meets May 6 Members of the Wellington Garden Club met; Wednesday morning, May 6 in the garden of Mrs. J. C. Whisenant with Mrs. Vada Vaughan as co- hostess. After seeing Mrs. Whisenant's iris garden, Mrs. 0. B. Raburn read the collect, and Mrs. OharQes Slay the minutes of the last meeting. Reports included those of . .. . . The ceremony took place in the courthouse with the justice of the peace officiating. The .parents of the 'bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tice of Route 3, HolKs. ; The fcride attended the Wellington schools while her .husband attended Ron School before entering the armed forces. The couple will make their home in Hollis. Mrs. Harper to Present Students in Piano Recital Sunday Afternoon The Girls Auxiliary of First Baptist Church was host to the Associational G.A. Houseparty Friday night and 'Saturday, May 1 and 2. Girls and their sponsors from Shamrock, Lela, Wheeler, and Faith Baptist in Wellington were guests. After a sack lunch, each group took (part in the Friday night program. Before Ibed- time a campfire service was held. Saturday morning a watich service was held and then breakfast was served. Each group presented part of the morning program. The highlight of the morning session was the talk by Mrs. Seright, a missionary. Lunch was served at noon, after which the seventy girls and their sponsors returned to their homes. Sell it with a Classified Ad. well teaching tjie mission les>son. The Mary Langford Circle met in the home of -Mrs. John Nash. Mrs. E. T. Vaughan taught the lesson and Mrs. Bill iLangford read the calendar of prayer. The Jaxie Short Circle met at the home of Mrs. W. M. Horton. Mrs. C. T. Hulbbard taught the mission lesson and Mrs. D. C, Powell read the iprayer calendar. The Dellanna O'Brien Circle met in the dining room of the church with Mrs. W. A. Morrow as hostess. Mo-s. Dee Burba read the prayer calendar and Mrs. Claude Groves presented the Wesson. Mrs. Luther Gribble on her trip to Austin to receive the Sears Award won iby the club; Mrs. John Henard, Mrs. Slay and Mrs. Whisenant, their trip to the flower show at Memphis where they acted as judges; and Mrs. Woodrow Wood, on cemetery improvement. Refreshments were served to Mrs. R. W. Brantley, Mrs. Ray Clubb, Mrs. Earl Epip®, Mrs. Walter Franks, Mrs. Gribble, Mrs. Henard, Mrs. Raburn, Mrs. Slay, Mrs. Dick Sweat, Mrs. Bill Tarter, Mrs. .Gtrady Van Pelt, Mrs. Coy Vaughan, Mrs. Joe Thompson, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. John Sherman, and the hostesses. Builders Class Holds Luncheon The Builders Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met at the church Friday, May 8 for their regular monthly luncheon and Business meeting. Mrs. D. C. Powell presided and Mrs. J. F. Isaacs led -in, prayer. Mrs. Noble Murry gave the devotional on "The Domestic Home," taken from the 31st chapter of Proverbs. Class mothers were remem- ibered with gifts. Luncheon was served to Mrs. Powell, Mrs. E. W. Carter, Mrs. Murry, Mrs. L. C. Vaugham>, Mrs. Roscoe Land, Mrs. D. F. Roberts, Mrs. J. B. Trew, Mrs. Isaacs and one visitor, Mrs. Bert Weaver. Mrs. McQueary Circle Hostess Amelia Rappold Circle met May 4 in the home of Mrs. A. A. McQueary. The group sang "0 God, Our Help in Ages Past." Mrs. Rufus Sweat gave the call to prayer, with Mrs. McQueary leading the prayer. Mrs. McQueary taught t he Bible study. Miss -Mabel Clement, circle chairman, presided for the business meeting. Mrs. Charles Cason, Sr., WMU president, reported on the general business' meeting. Mrs. Ernest Harwell, program chairman, presided for the program, "Encouraging Trends in Baptist Missions," with Miss Mrs. John C. Harper will (present her piano students in their annuaS recital Sunday afternoon, May 17 at 3 p.m. in First Baptist Church. Friends of the students and all others interested are invited'. " ' • •••' Numbers on the program will include: Mary Graham, "The Alphabet Song," Weybrigiht. Gwen Lewis, "Irish Washerwoman," Montague. Juliana Baumgardner. "Dance the Polka" by Scher. Connie Lewis, "Old Time Dance" by Burman. Edith Black, "The Chocolate Soldier," Cdbb. Landie White, "Skating," by StJllwell. (Barbara Wilbur, "Water Sprites," Fletcher. Debra Jones, "Dulcie Dances", Cobb. Ramona Ford, "CQown Capers," by ILindfore and "Willo-the-Wisp", Jumgmann. Denise Mitchell, "The Banjo Player," Wright. Rosetta Brewer, "Green Sleeves," Zepp. Mrs. Welch Reviews Book Mrs. E. F. Bartlett was hostess to the Excelsior Club on Thursday evening, May 7. Miss Rose Shadid, president, presided. Mi's. Bernice Welch was in charge of the program and reviewed the ibook "The Savage My Kinsman" by Elizabeth Elliott. This is the story of the Auca Indian tribe of Ecuador, as told by a missionary who lived and worked with them after they had killed her husband. Refreshments were served to Mrs. D. C. Powell, Mrs. Welch, Mrs. J. F. Michael and Miss Rose Shadid, Miss Marie Shadid, Miss Sara Jones and Miss Dorothy Robertson. Dinner Honors Club Guests A 42 party given in the home of Mr. amd Mrs. Frank Hatch on the evening of April 28 Mrs. J. C. Agee of Dallas and Mrs. Bill Hughey and children, Julie and Robb, of Pasadena are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Lee Hughey. Larlu Hays, Miss Inez Clement, Mrs. H. L. Jenkins and Mrs. McQueary participating. Refi'esihments were served to twelve. END OF SEASON Nursery Stock SALE 2 FOR 1 All .Nursery Stock on Sale Two for the Price of One! MAY 15-MAY 30 Greenbelt Supply Childress U. S. 83 Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Christian are their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hill of Mount Homes, Idaho. honored husbands of Belles Lettres Club members. A dinner preceded! the games. Spring flowers were used in profusion to decorate the entertaining rooms. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Zook Thomas, 'Mr. and Mrs. Dick Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Coy Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Clark, Mr. and! Mm Bryan Denley, Mr. arid Mrs. Cicero Gulley, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hightower, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Riggs. Mr. and Mrs. Hurshel Tyler, Mrs. S. B. Owen and Mrs. J. M. Stowell and' the hosts. Susan Oney, "Sonatina" by Glover. Karen Jones, "Jig of the Elves," iby Greenland. Jan Blain, "Blue Butterfies" by -Mariville. Tanya Horton, "On the Lake" ;by Williams^. Mickye Ann Kendrick, "The Dancing Doll," 'by Poldini. Mary Lou Holton, "Turkish Rondo," Mozart. Linda Winton, "Falling Leaves," by Koeliing. Regina Fergusow, "German Dances," Beethoven. .Mildred Lewis, "Minuet" by Paderewski. Cherry Lewis, "To Spring," by Greig, and "The Apartment" by Williams. Virginia Patterson, "Glair de Lune," by Debussy, and "Deep Purple" by Peter de Rose. YH Chapter Learns Knitting The Wellington Young Homemakers Chapter met Thursday, May 7 in the home of Mrs. Doug Barker. The president, Mrs-. Barker, gave a demonstration on knitting. The two most popular stitches, pearl and stockinette, were taught and several garments made iby Mrs. Bai'ker were shown. Mrs. Benson Long and 'Mrs. Bobby Langford served as hostesses. Attending were Mrs. Billy. Britton, Mrs. Donald 'Settle, Mrs. Bill Estes, Mrs. Douglas Scale, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Carroll Daves, Mrs. Wyndle McGraw, Mrs. Clifford Christian, Mrs. Bobby Langford, Mrs. R. E. Hill of Idalou, Mrs. Dee Coleman, sponsor, and Mrs. Barker. Reunion in Lynn Home The home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lyun was the setting for a family get-together on Mothers Day Sunday, May 10. All three of the Lynns' sons and their families were present: Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Duke, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Duke and Dale and .Sharon ILynn, all of Amarillo; and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cummings Visits Relatives in North Texas Mrs. P. C. Cummings. returned recently after a visit with relatives in north Texa* At Arlington she visited a errand- daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Neal White. Mrs. White, the former An- nedl Lacy, teaches .in Arlington State College end he teaches in a Fort Worth ;high school. In Fort Worth she visited a brother, Mr. and Mrs. : Bob Goodnight and their daughter, Mr». Vince Thompson and fain- ily. At Azle she was guest of another granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murphy. She 09 the former Faye Lacy. Ken Duke and Nils and Julie of Dumas. Each family (brought part of the dinner and gifts for their mother. The afternoon was spent making pictures and recordings. One daughter was 'unable to attend, Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Redwine and family of Lubbock. Mrs. W. W. Sugg had her four daughters and one son with her for Mothers' Day. Mrs. Frank Crawford came from Sulphur, Okla. Mrs. Ted Dukeminier from Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Mary Clay from Bovina. They were joined by Miss Jewel Sugg and Mr. and Mrs. Oal Sugg of Wellington. On Tuesday, another son, Bill Sugg of Harlingen arrived for a visit. Miss Renee Fast of Tulia spent Mothers Day with her grandmother, Mrs. Charles Slay. Thanks My sincere thanks to those loyal friends whose faith in my ability, qualifications and integrity did not falter and whose heads could not be turned in the recent campaign for district judge. I will treasure the memory of you always. Allen Harp Week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crane were their children, Mr. and Mrs. James Crane and family of Muleshoe, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oweras of Wellington, a granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Kent of Borger, and a nephew, Carl Whitfield of Snyder. Week end visitors in the home of Mrs. S. L. Lindsey were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lindsey of Odessa, and Jan and Jim Lindsey. Rev. Carrol Harmon Faith Baptist Church Calls Rev. Carroll Harmon The Rev. Carroll Harmon has accepted a, call as pastor of Faith Baptist Church and he and his family arrived recently from Canadian, where he was pastor of the chapel of First Baptist Church. He. succeeds the Rev. Kenneth Quaid, now chaplain at Boys Ranch. Prior to going to Canadian, the family lived in Amarillo, where he did supply work. The Rev. Mr. Harmon has been preaching 17 years, since he was a 16-year-old youth. His wife is the former Patricia Green of Amarillo and they have three children: Rebecca, 11; Martyn, 6; and lLori, 18 months. In Canadian, .he was active in the Jaycees, in addition to his ministerial work. 1st Baptist Speakers Named The congregation of First Baptist Church will hear two guest preachers on the next two Sundays, Dr. Glenn Hickey announced. Preaching Sunday, May 17, will 'be the Rev. James Dunn, director of the Baptist Student Union at} West Texas State University. He has been here earlier for a youtih revival and as guest preacher. On May 24 the Rev. Carroll Ray of Parapa, area missionary for the Texas Baptist General Convention, will preach. Former County Resident Dies Oran N. Guthrie, who lived in Collingsworth county several years in the 1920's, *ed in the Muleshoe hospital Thursday, May 7. He moved to the Plains in 1930 and his home was at; Littlefield. where funeral services were held Saturday, May 9. He was the brother-in-law of Mrs. Kate Guthrie and an un cle of Dan Guthrie, Curtis Nor man, Mrs. Z. J. Neeley an< Mrs. Elmer Smith, all of ttois county. Going from here to the fu neral were Mr. and Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Neeley, Norman Mrs.; Ted Brock and Janet, (Don nie Ivfeeley, Mrs. Guthrie, Dan THANKS To the many fine, people who have welcomed us back to Wellington. Miss Jewel Sugg was the winner of the 100 gallons of Skychief gasoline. Remember one oil change Special is good the entire month of May Oil and filter change $5. for any make and receive a $1.50 lube job FREE DON'S Texaco Station 447-2510 for free pickup and delivery We guarantee our service Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. Donak Ray Langley and Mr. and Mrs Loyd Langley. Week end visitors in the horn of Mrs, Beatrice Jenkins wer her son, Mr., and Mrs. <S.. E Jenkins of Meridian. Her oth er sons, Mr. 'and Mrs. Rolam Jenkins and children and Mr and Mrs. H. L. Jenkins, joined them for Mothers Day on Sunday. —— Palo Cummings and Rolan Bryan fished last week at Pos- sium Kingdom lake. RITZ Dial 447-2575 Thurs.-Fri.—Sat. GA Warner Bros. Presents Don Knotts AS "The Incredible Mr. Limpet' Technicolor and CinemaScope If laughter is good for the soul, then here's a soul satisfying picture. Sun.-Mon.-Tues. A lit outrageously funny! For Out Door Living Chairs CHAIR $377 ROCKER $595 Lounge Chairs $799 BEN FRANKLIN n L aiFF J. F JANE J T" 00 ! Kobertson^ronda^aylo COLOR j Wed., May 20th Bargain Nite JDlMYSON-MVIONIVffl MY MAN GODFREY SS £llm *lANl)!S-l)OeCRTK£nH VXM InrtMBK mdMICMICN /I IINHirPCII INTFDUITinilM

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