The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 14, 1964 · Page 6
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May 14, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 6

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j Mlchdle Smith Michellef is -the; daughter of Mr. and^Mrs.-yBerjli Smith and the gTSfirtSidaughijer ' "of -Mrs. Jewell ^Beattie ?Jof t -Wellington. She was', bom 'Aug. 14, 1946 in St^cktoni, Calif. .MicheKe has atttmded 'various schools. In 1960 she attended school at Sti. Joseph's Aca<femy in Sacremento,' Calif, She completed. Ker sophomore; year. «t WHS. During jhfer.i junior year she aittend- ed; Bishop Garcia Deigo high school in Santa, Barbara, Calif. She will* graduate from WHS (this May. . . During her sophomore year Michelle played "jB" team basketball. She was «ilso a member of FHA. This year she joined FTA, the Library Olulb and Beta Club. . • Michelle has received various awards; during her sophomore year she received award's in biotogy and English. This year she was elected "Most Intellectual"; she was one of tlhe top four students in each of her classes; she was selected B& PW Girl of;the Month; and she was awarded a scholarship from the Gamma Kappa Chapter of Delta Kappa Chapter. Michelle's favorite subjects are '...English' literature and physics. Her hobbies are art and playing chess. Upon graduating from WHS, Michelle plans to attend 1 Texas Tech and major in English and secondary education. Gary Edward Phillips Gary Edward Phillips ha® divided his school. years between Turkey an«cl Wellington,-attending here since 1962. He is the son of Mr. and Mils'. J. 0. Phillips, who Jive on Route 1, and he was born Oct. 17, 1945 at Turkey. He was a memlber of the Future Farmers of America two years, played voliley (ball 1 and was on the track team two years each. In the scholastic field, Gairy received the Academic Award during'his sophomore year. , Texas history and general business are hisi favorite subjects and horsebadk riding is 'his hobby. Gary does not .plan to attend college, (but will get a 1 job somewhere. Linda Holton Lacy i Linda Holton Lacy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Holton of 1616 El Paso St. and Linda and her husband', Glenn and their .small son reside at 1604 East Avenue. Linda was Iborii Feb. 29, 1946 in Wellington and has attended school here all her life. Linda has been a member of FTA and Ko Shaani. In her freshman year she was chosen Class Favorite and also class reporter. Linda's favorite subjects are Texas history and government and her favorite hobbies are water skiing and horseback riding. ILinda plans to continue her career as a housewife. Glenn Thomas . Glenn is the son of Mr. and Mrs* . Bob Thomas of Route • 1, Wellington. He was 'born Sept. 3, 1945 at Oklahoma, City. • Glenn has attended all of his high school years here dn Wellington. During these .years he has participated in FFA, foot- baill, student council, senior play, and the Beta Club. While playing football, Glenn has won several honors: All- District guard, honorable mention his junior and senior years; Fighting Heart , award , his' junior year; Bestj All Around lineman as a junior, f botball captain as a senior. Besides honors won on the football field, Glenn has won numerous other awards. He was president of FFA: a class officer as a freshman and sophomore; was freshman class president; high individual in the district .grass judging contest as a junior; class favorite as a sophomore; Harvest Queen escort his freshman year; was in Who's Who as a freshman and a senior; was student body president and Most Valuable >t,o the school as a senior. Glenn's favorite subjects arc agriculture and grammar. His hobbies are horseback riding and hunting. He plans to attend Oklahoma State University, where he has received an athletic scholarship. Mary Beth Aaron Mary Beth Aaron is the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Aaron and lives at 914 West Avenue in Wellington. She was born here .Tan. 24, 1946 and has attended school here all of her life. During her high school clays, Mary Beth has ibeen in FHA, FTA, (Beta Club, Science Club, Library Club, on the annual staff, in the band. She has been a member of Ko Shari for four years and an officer for two years. She has been office .girl for two years, received a Certificate of Award in Shorthand and Typing I, was an Outstanding Student in world history and Typing II, is a member of the Methodist Girls Choir and, was ateo a District Representative in shorthand. ..,..•••.'• - •"• Mary Beth was also chosen Glass Favorite her senior year. Mary Beth's favorite subjects are Texas history and bookkeeping and her hobbies are swimming and water skiing. She plans to attend West Texas State University this fall and major in business education. Jane Orr Jane is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Orr of 1700 Dalhart Street. She was bora here in Wellington. Oct. 23, 1945. She has attend'ed Fannin school in Houston, Brize Norton base school in England, and has completed her high school years in Wellington. While she has been in high school Jane has participated in various activities. She has taken part in -the band, basket- Kt>oShari; : Beta. Club, student counca.T stage band, sen r ipr .play,, volleyball, FTA^ and the Science Club. -< _. •> I' , l '*• Jane was' selected Football Queen ifi 1964, FFA, Sweet- hearth, in \ 1964, Personality Queen in 1964, Basketball .Queen Attendant? in 1964J' All Region Band in 1964, first run-- nerup in the Miso Wellington Contest; 1964, AJU-District in 'basketball 1963 and 1964, was a twirler aill four-years, freshman Class Queen, and basketball captain in 1964. Jane was also first runncrup in the Ooll- ingsworth County Fair. , Jane's, favorite subjects are Texas history, American government and English. Her hobbies are art, water skiing, and horseback riding. She plans to attend Stephens College this fall. Saundra Owens Sandy is the niece of Mir. and Mrs. Hubert'Mauldin of Route 5, Wellington. She was Iborn in Orange, Texas, Nov. 16, 1945...,. , , . .;.,.. : , .... •Sandy attended elementary school and junior high in Galveston, then, moved to La Marque high, outside of .Galveston. She attended that high school until she moved here as a junior. She is a member of FHA, FTA, Spanish Club, and the band. She was. in the junior play and is in the senior play this yeai-. She was in many activities in La Marque High. Her favorite subject is grammar. Her favorite hobbies are swimming, dancing, and horseback riding. She plans to attend Draughon's Business College in Amarillo. JUNIOR HIGH HONOR GRADUATES David Groves, left, is the valedictorian of Wellington eighth grade graduating class, while Harry Patterson is the salutatorian. David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Groves, has a scholastic average of 96.25, while Harry, the son'of ^Mri, iand Mrs. Harry L. Patterson, has a 95.06 average. Patty Overton Patty is the claugfiter of Mr. and Mrs.- Forrest: Overton of Vinson. She was 1 iborn here in Wellington,.Feb. 11,,.1946; She hajs attended school at Vinson but has completed her junior and senior years at WHS. While in high school, Patty has participated in the activities of various organization. She was president of the, Library Ghib for two years. She also joined FTA, Band, and the Beta Club. She has taken part in several speech tplays- and the senior play. Patty was selected 1 as one of .the top four students in Speech I, plane geometry, English III, home ec III, solid geometry and trigonometry. Among the honors which she has won ate B&PW Girl of the Mouth and Musician of the Month. Patty has also taken part in the Miss Grain Sor- ghum of the Nation Contest and the Beta Club convention talent contest. ' vPatity's -favorite subject is English and she enjoys singing and playing the piano as her hobbies. She plans to attend Colorado Woman's College and during her junior year she plans to study liberal arts in Vienna as part of .the (program which CWC offers. Kenneth Patterson Kenneth Wayne Patterson is. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Belew, who live at 1310 Dallas •Street. Kenneth was born May 23, 1946 in Wellington and has attended school here all his life. He has been in FFA and an officer one year, FTA, Beta Club, and has played football and basketball, track and tennis. He was ailso captain of 50 To Be Given Away NEW KELVIN ATOR TRIMWALL Giant 17-Cu.-Ft. Capacity "No-Frost" Refrigerator & Freezer Huge 157-lb. 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EASY BUDGET TERMS Hardware & Furn FTA 64-5 Officers Wellington .Future Teachers of America met Monday, May 4 to elect officers for the 196466 years. < , ; The president is Don Sweat, while'Connie NuH is vice (president; Karen Richardson, secretary; Joan James,-treasurer; Joyce Holton, (reporter; Jan CLindsey, parliamentarian, and Henry WeJls and Aleta Owens, historians. „ •Louis Graham, high school counselor, was #uest speaker at the meeting, discussing "How to Choose Your College.'' Refreshments were served toy. Joan -James and Karen Rdch- ardson. .•:. the (basketball team. He has been in the speech play, junior iplay and senior play. Kenneth was also Star Green- hand in agriculture, was .honorable mention in football his senior year. Also during his senior year he was High Point Individual in the McLean relays, Cflass Favorite, Friendliest and Mr. Skyrocket, and was also Class A Player of the Week in football, and vice president of the senior class. Kenneth's favorite subjects are agriculture and Texas history and his hobbies are horses and sports. He plans to attend' Clarendon Junior College. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 14, 1964 Billy Fred Cummin ge , Billy Fred Cummings da ,the son of Fred Cummings.of-^lOOO Arlington Street.. He was born here Jan. 25, 1945. He attended school at Quail until 1961 and then came to Wellington. He has participated in 'basketball for two years and FFA for two years. He has also ptayed (baseball and volleyball. 'Billy's favoritis subjects are Texas history and speech, and his favorite hobbies are pool, swimming arid building model cars..' 1 ,', .' :'. ,'.'..' .',"..'" : ' -''•."'' Bitty plans to work after he graduates from high school. Donna Allred Donna AHred is the daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Louis Allred of 1603 15th Street dn Wellington. She was 'born am Southern Pines, N.C., on Nov. 10, 1945. ••:•-•• ; •;• She attended school until the fourth grade at Quail, and has attended school at Wellington since then. She has been very active in schoofl. She has Ibeen' a member of FTA, Science Club, student council, Beta Cilu!b, Outstanding Student in Speech II and Algebra I; she has appeared in the speech play, junior play and the Christmas play, was on the annual staff, and was editor of the annual her senior year. She was a member of Ko Shari for four years and reporter for, Ko Shari for three years. Donna also placed in the Farm Bureau Queen contest in 1963, won first, in a short story contest in English IV, and was a class officer for i)wo. years. Her favorite subjects are English and speech and her favorite hobbies' are reading and ".••water-"skiing, vhyn/j .;,•..;•-. Donna iplans to attend 1 Texas Technological Codlege this summer and the fall session. She plans to major in psychology or journalism. Billy Clubb •Billy is the son of Mr.v Marvin Glubb of Route 1, Wellington. He was born in Wellington in 1945. He has attended here all of his school days. He has been active in FFA, football and volleyball. He has ibeen All-District offensive guard und All-District! linebacker in ..football. Bilily received the Fighting Heart Award this year. His favorite subject is. math and his hobbies are sports and cars. He plans to attend Clarendon Junior College. Rapid transmission of information by telegraph made modern scientific weather forecasting (possible. Wilson's Certified Canned 3 Ibs. each- HAMS Del Monte GREEN BEANS 303 Can— 27$ Shurfine BISCUITS 3 for - \\ SPECIAL OFFER TREET Fresh Ground Beef Pound 45« Longhorn Bacon 2 Pounds 98 C BREMMER Chocolate or Banana Box of 12 _ BORDEN'S Mellorine 1 2 Gallon — 39* Kounty Kist CORN 6 Bottles — 39* Plus return of bottle 2 Cans — 29* RABURN GROCERY AND MARKET Phone 447-2171 - We Deliver Double Stamps on Wednesday

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