The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 14, 1964 · Page 7
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May 14, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

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Agatha Faye Wright Three distinct Ihonors have come to Agatha Wright during the last two years. She was chosen high school queen, high "school annual queen and winner of the Betty Crocker award in homemaking. Agatha is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gahe Wright, Route 1. Wellington, and was born in Wellington March 26, 1946. She.• attended' Wellington elementary school from 1952 to 1965, then transferred to Quail. .She has been reporter, corresponding secretary, vice president and song leader of ifehe Future Homemakers; she also was a member of the, area FHA Choir one year. Also she has been a member of the Future Teacher® chapter, editor of The Echo and on tihe annual staff, a member of the FHA chorus and in the junior amd senior iplays. (Biology is Agatha's favorite subject and playing the piano her hobby. She has not decided if she will go to college. Mike Mitchell President of the senior class is Mike Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monty Mitchell. He was born at Sacremento, Calif., Oct. 3, 1945, but all his school work was here. In high school Mike has played basketiball and baseball, participated in track, was a member of te Future Teachers and Future Farmers. In the latter •he was on the crops and poultry, farm skills and chapter conducting teams, and received his Chapter Farmer award. This year he received the DeKalb Award. He also was on the annual and Echo staffs, a stage hand for the junior and senior tplays, and senior favorite. Agriculture, history and biology are this favorite subjects and coin collecting, fishing and hunting his hobbies. Mike plans to become a veterinary and will attend Clarendon Junior College and later Texas A&M University. Richard Duane Campbell Duane Campbell has the distinction of having perfect attendance at Quail school aH through the 12 years he has attended. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Canrpboll, Quail, he was born Feb. 2, 1946 at Elk City, Okla. High school activities have included basketball and baseball, parts in the junior and senior plays, and membership in the Future Farmers, the Future Teachers, and on the Echo and annual staffs. Duane has been chosen Mr. Farmer, FFA vice president, and sentinel. He also was Greenbelt District sentinel last year and received the farm mechanics and livestock awards. He is one of the school bus drivers. Duane Avas chosen to attend Boys State, sponsored by the American Legion. Agriculture and biology are his favorite subjects and building model cars and working on • cars are his hobbies. John Wesley Carson Jr. John Wesley Carson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Carson who live north of Quail, has been active in athletics as well as scholastic affairs in Quail high school. He was born in Fort Worth and attended four schools in that city, plus one year at Wellington in 1953, before enrolling at) Quail for the last semester of the fourth grade. John played basketball and baseball four years each and participated in track as a sophomore and senior. He has been a member of the Future Teachers, FFA, the annual staff and The Echo staff. He was on the FFA chapter conducting team •three years, the farm skill team one, and was named chapter farmer. He also was in the junior and senior (plays. Biology science and agriculture are his favorite subjects, stamp collecting is his hobby, along with fishing and camping. He will first attend Clarendon College, then enroll in Southwestern State College at Weatherfoi-d, Okla, for pre- Ipharmacy courses. Eddie McGill The son of Mr. and Mrs. Glin McGill, Eddie was born at Wellington July 20, 1946. Like most of his classmates, all his school work was at Quail. He was salutatorian of his eighth grade graduating class. In high school he was a member of the Future Fanners, on the Echo and annual staffs, and in the junior and senior play casts. History and science are his favorite subjects and coin collecting his hobby. He will attend Clarendon Junior College, Carrol Kennedy The son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kennedy of Hedley, Carrol was born Dec. 9, 1946 at Memphis. All of his school work has been in Quail. He played basketball and baseball. Carrol has been FFA offi- :er, a class officer and was ihosen .the Most Handsome boy and the Queen's escort last year. He received hi& FFA Chapter Farmer degree as a sophomore. Vocational agriculture is his favorite subject. Carrol says he plans to attend Clarendon Junior College or a mechanics school. Lonnie L. Brim Lonnie L. Brim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Brim of Route 2, Wellington, and was born at Wellington Nov. 20, 1945. All his school .work has been at Quail. He was a. member of the Future Teachers, on the Echo and annual staffs and in the junior and senior (plays. He was 'chosen Chapter Farmer im the Future Farmers last) year. Typing and government are his favorite subjects and collecting old coins his hobby. Lonnie says he may go to Clarendon Junior College, or he may attend an beauticians' school. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 14, 1964 Margie DePauw No one ever calls her Marguerite; it's always Margie De- Pauw, whose twin is Jackie. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry DePauw and was iborn at Wellington Dec. 3, 1945. All her school 1 work has Ibeen at Quail. Margie was a member of the Future Homemakers and the FHA chorus, in the junior and senior plays, on .the annual and Echo staffs, and played basketball and volleyball. She represented her class as a candidate for school queen. Music and (biology are her favorite subjects and swimming and bowling her hobbies. Margie will be married in June to Richard Keller. Kirby Lee Word The son of Mr. amd Mrs. H. H. Word of Quail, Kirby Lee was bom at Clarendon Feb. 3, 1946. He has attended Quail school 12 years. Especially active in the Future Farmers, Kirby was [president last year and went to district three times on the chapter conducting team, helped win the FFA quiz, and was a voting delegate to area and district meetings. He also iplayed 'baseball last year on the team that won bi- district and played basketball three years and ran track two years. Typing and ^government are Kirby's favorite subjects, and riding horses is his hobby. He plans to attend Odessa Junior College. Dan Langford The son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langford of Route 1, Wellington, Dan was born in Wellington July 6, 1945. He has a twin sister, Jan, who is married and lives at Weatherford, Okla. All his school work has been at Quail. Dan was in the junior rplay, on the annual and Echo staffs, a member of the Future Fann- ers four years and was chosen Mr. 'Farmer, FFA sentinel and chapter farmer 1 . He was class favorite three years, escort to the school queen and class sentinel. He drove a school bus during his junior and senior years and is a student assistant in the principal's office. Algebra is Dan's favorite subject. If he attends college, he says it will >be Clarendon Junior College. Janie Patton McKinney Janie Patton McKinney is tiie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. -M. Patton, who live near Hedley, and she was born at Memphis March 13, 1946. She has attended Quail school 12 yeairs. Janie was a member of the FHA Chorus and a member of FHA three years, serving as its song leader one year. She also was a delegate to area meetings. Janie was on The Echo and annual staffs and (played basketball two years and volleyball three. Homemaking and oiologyare her favorite subjects and sewing her thobby. Janie says she does not (plan to attend college, and her future plans are indefinite. Jackie DePauw Jackquelyn DePauw, Jackie to her friends, is half of the Jackie-Margie twin team. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry DePauw of Quail, she was born in Wellington Dec. 3, 1945. Quail is the only school she has attended. Jackie has been a member of the Future Homemakers and was its first vice president, and a member of the FHA chorus. She was in the junior and senior plays, on the annual and Echo staffs, and played 'basketball and volleyball. She is the senior Cflass Favorite. Biology and algebra are Jackie's favorite suibjectsi and cooking and swimming her hobbies. She says her future plans are indefinite. Anna Mae Baggett Nation Anna Mae, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Baggett, was married in March to Jackie Nation, and her future plans are to 'be a housewife. Anna was born at; Wellington Jan. 9, 1946, and all her school work has been at Quail. She was second vice president, reporter and assistant reporter of the Future Homemakers, a member of the FHA chorus, in the junior and senior plays and on the annual and Echo staffs. She also played volleyball and basketball! and was secretary of the junior class. Anna was selected to attend Bluebonnet Girls State last year and was chosen for Who's Who in Math. Algebra and bookkeeping are her favorite subjects, and sewing and cooking her hobbies. Louis F. Portillo Louis F. Portillo has clone all his high school work at Quail, and he also started to school here in 1951, but ihe also attended Jackson and Palm Springs schools. Louis is tjie son of Mr. and Mrs. Luiz -M. Portillo of Quail and was botrn March 30, 1945 at Eden. In high school here he was a memlber of the Future Farmers of America and on the Echo and annual staffs. He had parts in the junior and senior plays. Typing and bookkeeping are his favorite subjects and build ing model cars his hobby. If he attends college it will •be Clarendon Junior College ; and if he doesn't go to college : he'll get a job, Louis says. Dwight Lee Burns The son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Burns, Dwight Lee was born at Tuttle, Okla., March 24, 1946. He has attended school here since 1952. Dwight received the soil conservation award in 1961 and 1962, the Chapter Farmer degree in 1962, Chaipter Star Farmer, farm mechanics and SOS award again in 1963. He also was in the junior and senior plays, on the Echo and annual staffs, played basketball and basebal and rain track. He was a member of the Future Teachers. Math, agriculture, 'biology and bookkeeping are his favorite subjects, and boatting swimming and reading axe his hobbies. Dwight will attend Clarendon Junior College. John llobert Russell John R6bert Russell is the son of Mrs. Sam Russel of Quail and tflie late Mr. Russell and was born at Holbrook, Arizona, April 6, 1946. He moved here soon enough for all his education to be at Quail. Robert has played basketball and baseball, was in the junior and senior plays, and on the annual and Echo staffs. He was second vice president of the Future Farmers one year, a member of the all-district basketball team, and he was freshman Class Favroite. Robert is one of -the school bus drivers. Agriculture, biology and algebra are his favorite subjects and 'building model cars and working on cars are his hobbies. He will attend Clarendon Junior College. Martin David Phipps David Phipps is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Pibipps and was 'born in Wellington Jan. 11, 1946. He is another of the students who have had all their school work at Quail. David played basketball and baseball four years each, was in the junior and senior plays and on the annual and school paper staffs 1 . He participated in FFA contests. As a junior he was chosen for Who's Who and won second place in puiblic speaking. Bookkeeping and American history are his favorite subjects, and horseback riding and cars are his hobbies. He will attend North Texas State University at Denton. THE FAIR STORE'S Opening In keeping with our practice of opening a season with a sale, we are staging a sale that will be of special interest to all who want to get the pick of the season's styles, in dresses — sportswear — lingerie — skirts — blouses etc. at money saving prices. By taking advantage of the very complete selections in our stock, the thrifty prices and by getting your wardrobe at the season's start you will get the longest service from your garments at a saving. Starts Thurs,. May 14 489 Dresses Go On Sale (By Actual Count) These reductions are unbelievable. Some are way below cost and others are priced to sell. These dresses are of the type that you will enjoy through the summer season and into early Fall. All sizes, in colors and materials. Sizes 7 to 15 — 8 to 20 - 12]/2 to 241/2. These are in L 'Aiglons - Mr. Jack - Miss Pat - Jo Hardin - Tiffany Travelers - Cay Artley and other Nationally known brands. & up Formats We have f ormals for the graduate and other occasions. Also dressy cotton dresses suitable for formal occasions and regular wear. Cotton cuties by Nadine. On sale at Reductions Ladies Hose These are nylon stretch and others. 2 P airs he most complete array awaits your selection in — Blouses, Capri Pants, Knee Knockers, Jamaica Shorts, Pedal Pushers, in seersuck- ers, chino gab, duck twill and double cotton knits in whites and colors For fun and relaxation, we have the sports attire you need. All are in famous brands of Paddle & Saddle, Alfred Paquette and Jane Colby. 20% off & 10% off One special rack of DRESSES at Complete Close Out Prices Ladies Hats A nice selection to choose from. Price Ladies Purses We have a tremendous stock of ladies purses. They are in straws, patents and plastic leathers. All colors, all sizes and styles. The season's newest. 20% OFF SHADOWLINE LINGERIE Lovely, cool, crisp and dainty describes the gowns, robes, shorty pajamas and slips of this famous brand of lingerie, Shadowline. All these co-ordinate. 10 off ONE GROUP OF SLEEP WEAR in dacron, nylon and cotton blend fabrics — shorty shift gowns — shorty pajamas, in solid and printed colors. SALE ONE RACK OF DRESSES AT COMPLETE CLOSE-OUT PRICES The Fair Store

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