The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 14, 1964 · Page 11
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 11

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 14, 1964
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ARNETT Larry Calvin Stovall The only boy .graduating this year at Arnett high school is iLarry Calvin StovaH, who lives at Westview Boys Home soutli of Arnett. His guardians are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sikes. He was born at Dimmitb in 1946 and attended school at 01- ton from 1962 to 1961 when he came to Arnett. Here he has (participated in baseball, basketball and was on the track team. English, American history and' bookkeeping are Larry Calvin's favorite subjects and collecting records is- his hobby. He will attend Lubbock Christian College. Jo Nell Wadley Bom on Christmas Day, 1945 Jo Nell Wadley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Itoed Wadley, of Rout;e 3, Hollis. She was .born at Hollis and all of her school work "has been at Arnett. She was chosen cOass favorite during her sophomore, junior and senior years. Also an athlete, Jo Nell received four letter awards in basketball and volley ball and was co-captain of the girls basketball team. Shorthand is her favorite subject and playing basketball and bowling are her hobbies. She plans to attend a business school and 1 then work in Amarillo. Wanda Castleman Salutatorian of the graduating class is Wandia Castleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Bud Castileman of Hollis. She also was salutatorian of her eighth grade class. She was born at Hollis on March 16, 1946. Wanda has attended Arnett school 12 years. She was in the casts of the junior and senior plays and participated in SWIM at Weatherford, Okla., on April 14. Bookkeeping and shorthand are her favorite subjects and listenting to the i-adio and records, reading and cooking are her hobbies. Wand'a wi'll attend either Altus Junior College or Southwestern State College at Weatherford. Betty Sue Hatcher Valedictorian of the graduating class this year is Betty Sue Hatcher, the diaughter of AS NORWOOD STUDENTS HONORED THE FLAG These first grade students of the Samnorwood School go through two sections of the intricate flag drill that was part of the patriotic pro- gram given by grade school students Friday evening, May 1. Older students then displayed the flags of the 50 states. Mrs. Stella Hatcher, Route 2, Hollis. Betty Sue was born Dec. 14, 1945 at Hollis. She attended LaCasa grade school and Gould schools from the fifth to the eleventh grades. She has attended' Arnett high school this year. Many honors have come her way, for Betty Sue was named Miss Amett and was in the top 20 for Miss Harmon County this year. She was cTiosen the Ail- Around Girl; was association nominee for Miss Oklahoma YWA in 1964; valedictorian of the 8th grade, 1963 delegate to Oklahoma Girls' State, and is a four letter award .winner in basketball and volley (ball. She was president of the Future Homemakers at Gould dn 1963; sub-district secretary of FHA in 1962; secretary-treasurer of the senior class; (participated in track three years and was A & M Has Record Summer Enrollment Record summer enrollment of 3,358, more than any year since the 1947 postwar boom, was reported for the first summer term at A&M last year. Registration jumped 24% over the previous summer's 2,711 students. Enroll ees included 270 coeds, compared with 203 the previous summer, and 3 Negro men, first of their race to attend A&M. co-captain of the basketball team this year. Betty Jo names English, American literature and bookkeeping as her favorite subjects. Her hob-Tries are sewing, singing, cooking, all outdoor sports and reading. This fall Betty Sue rplans to enter Southwestern State Col- lege at Weatherford, Okla. Margaret Sue Cleveland The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Meyer, Margaret Sue Cleveland was. born July 16, 1946 at Oak Ridge, Tenn. She now lives on Route 2, Hollis. Margaret Sue attended Wilson Grade school at Altus and 1 Altus junior high. She came to Arnett in. 1960. Margaret Sue lettered four years in basketball and volley ball and was co-captain of the basketball team. She was chosen best all around girl of Arnet,t high school in 1963 and was sweetheart of her class in 1960. Shorthand is Margaret Sue's favorite subject and bowling is her hobby. She will attend Southwestern State College in Weathei-ford, Okla. TAX PICTURE BRIGHTER FOR.STATE TREASURY If U.S. Treasury Department slide rule forecasters are right, the federal income tax cut will ease the revenue raising pressure on- the next Texas legis- lature. Treasury department officials say the income tax cut will put more money in circulation, which will mean more spending—and . thus more sales es. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 14. 1964 Furthermore, the federal tax cut is seen by state economists as encouraging industrial con- struction and having "an invigorating effect" on the Texas economy in general. Congratulations ^ Cherokee Inn and the Town // Serves r>n;f '"* A fine motel such as Cherokee Inn puts a town "on the map." It is a point of pride locally. It is the introduction others will have to Wellington ... a gracious introduction to a thriving and modern town. H&S was selected to install Eljer fixtures and Delta Trim in this modern motel ... a selection made on the basis of our service to the area through the years. We join others in congratulating the owners of Cherokee Inn . . . and the town of which they are a part. H&S Plumbing & Heating Amarillo, Texas M EAT is the Southwestern food . . . and no one is better qualified to judge good meat than Southwestern people. At Wellington's delightful new Cherokee Inn, you will find steaks cooked to perfection . . . the way Collingsworth people like them . . . delicious roasts . . . and other fine cuts of meat to give zest to your eating pleasure. Discriminating buyers, like the owners of Cherokee Inn . . come to Kuykendall Meat Company of Amarillo .. . known throughout the tri-state area for the quality of their meats. We are indeed proud to have this part in the growth of the Wellington area, and our association with Cherokee Inn. Kuykendall Meat Co. 4210 East 22nd Amarillo, Texas LENNOX INDUSTRIES, INC. extends congrai u!ations to ... Wellington's New Cherokee Inn This distinctive new motel, in the heart of the Southeast Panhandle, is a fine example of community growth, sparked by the people who live there — who best know the needs of their town and who, by their own initiative, provide it. Wellington should be proud indeed of the New Cherokee Inn and its owners. LENNOX INDUSTRIES, INC., is also proud to be part of this growth in a fine town. The heating units which our company furnished are one of many quality items we produce . . . products to meet the needs of the growing Southwest, from towns like Wellington to the largest cities. Our Products Are Sold in Wellington by B&B ELECTRIC LENNOX INDUSTRIES, INC. Fort Worth, Texas

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