The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 14, 1964 · Page 12
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 12

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 14, 1964
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Mail Carriers to Deliver Stock Survey Cards Postmaster L. B. Bratten reminds rural patrons of the Wellington post office to be on the lookout for June livestock survey cards. Next week, niail carriers will leave survey cards in a sample of boxes a- Jong their routes, "USDA bases livestock and poultry estimates on replies to this survey," IBratten explains. "It is important for everyone who gets a card to fill it out and return it to the canrier. This way USDA gets a rep- resen<t;ative sample of tihe area's livestock and poultry 'holdings." Carriers assisting with the survey are R. T. 'Savage, Route 1; C. N. Savage, Route 2; Neva Harrison, Route 5; and Rufus Sweat, Route 6. Survey cards will 'be forwarded to Gary D. Palmer, state agricultural statistician, in Austin. After adding and analyzing these cards, USDA statisticians are able to estimate the state's , milk (production, calf and pig crops, lamb and wool crops, and the number of hens and pullete. Information from this survey will guide livestock and poultry producers in making important; business decisions," Bratten concludes. MARRIAGE LICENSES Tommy Howard Hunt, 19, of Collingsworth county, and Miss Sharron Kay Jenkins, 17, of Harmon county, Okla., April 28. Payton Jesse Mallard, 21, and Mrs. Nelvin Ruth Johnson. 24, of Collingsworth county April 29. 'Paul Desmond Bell, Jr. 25 of Collingsworth county, anc Miss Linda Kay Hardin, 23, Donley county. Roy Ray, 55, and 1 Mrs. Marie Spivey, 54, of Caddo county, Okla., May 5. Paul Wyne Underwood, 25, and Mrs. Arlene Ann Nicholson, 17, Gray county, Texas, May 6. Ronald Raymond Rudy, 21, Collingsworth county, and Miss Mary Ann Pierce, 19, of Hall county, May 7. During the Roman domination of the Mediterranean, vineyards were uprooted in Sicily and Nortlh Africa with wheat and barley planted in their place. Open House at Amarillo AFB AMARILLO AFB.—Amarillo Air Force Base will host an open house on Armed Forces 1 Day, Saturday, May 16, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. One of the highlights of the day's activities will be the appearance of the official U.S. Army Parachute Team, the Golden Knights. The nine-man Golden Knights whose home base is Fort Bragg, N.C., will leap from an aircraft at 13,500 feet. During four 75-second freefalls, they will perform individual maneuvers, two-man aenolbatics, and a final four-man formation. Since the Golden Knights' organization in 1959, the Army's aerial ambassadors have staged over 300 demonstrations throughout the world. The spcial activities will begin at 11 a.m. with a military review composed of units representing the various services. Other activities will include a 'band concert by the Golden Spread Air Force Band, a sentry dog performance, fire fighting and rescue helicopter demonstrations and displays of aircraft and other military equipment. Among the displays will be a full scale model of the Bull- pup air-to-surface missile. The Bullpup is equipped with radio controlled guidance to allow the pilot to control its flight to the target;. Since the missile can be launched miles from the intended 1 objective, the pilot and aircraft are not exposed to enemy anti-aircraft fire. Also on display will be a one-tenth scale model of the Titan intercontinental (ballistic missile. The actual surface-to- surface missdle is designed to deliver a nuclear warhead more than 5,500 miles at speeds in excess of 15,000 miles per hour. ARNETT GRADUATES These five will be graduated from Arnett High School this year, according to Supt. Bob Copeland. In the top row are Wanda Castleman, Jo Nell Wadley and Betty Hatcher. Below are Margaret Cleveland and Larry Stovall. Lacy's Win Bowling Tourney A father and son from Wellington won the top two places •in the Ohildress Invitational Bowling Tournament at) .Greenbelt Lanes there April 25-26, and May 2-3. Don ILacy, coach of Quail high school, placed first, and his father, Drury Lacy, Wellington farmer, was second. More than 200 men bowled, coming from an area 1 extending from Wichita Falls t,o Amarillo and Borger to Paclucah. The Lacys were the only ones to enter from Wellington. Each man bowled 16 games. Don Lacy had an average of Everyone is invited to Amarillo Air Force Base on Saturday, May 16, for a full and interesting schedule of Armed Forces Day activities. 204 for the 16 games and Drury Lacy finished slightly under 200. There were 5 events and Don placed in 4, Drury in, 3. • Besides winning first and! second for tlheir combined totals that make up the all-events Don Lacy was second in the scratch singles*; the father and son tied for third in the handicap singles.; they won fourth in the ragtime doubles and first in the handica/p doubles. The Lacys plan to bowl in the Southwest Bow!l tournament in Mangum May 9 and 10, 16 and 17, and 23 and 24. Visiting Mr. and Mr». William Barjenbruch for two days recently were her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Koontz of Springfield, 111. They were en route home after a month at Fresno, Calif., and in Arizona. This was the first time the two families had met. Students attending .North Texas State University, Denton, home for Mothers Day were Butch White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peck White; Lynn McLain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gflemn McLam; Johnny Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ford; and Mary Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Graham. Peter Hughes, wiho is attending school in- Denton, spent the past week end with Ms father, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Allred) took their daughter, Miss Donna Allred. Miss Frances Warrick and Miss Gail Henard to Dallas for last week end. From there, they visited the campus* es of North Texas State University and Arlington 'State College. The three girls are graduating this month. Mr. and Mrs. Jiack Lowry were in !Lubbock for the week end with their children, Mr. and -Mrs. Paul Schaub and family, Joel Lowry and Neal Lowry. The latter was a candidate for president of the state Future Farmers of America. On Sunday, the family attended services at College Avenue Baptist Church, where the Rev. 0. D. Holton was guest preacher. Raymond Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ware of Amarillo were fishing at Lake Leon ,near Ranger' over the week end. They met Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. 'Morgan and Mary Ann of Denton there. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 14, 1964 Greatest traffic menace on the,highways is the slowpoke driver. The first Grange in Texas was organized at Salado in July 1873. WIDOWS MOVED Gov. Connally authorized removal of t|he three remaining Confederate widows in Texas, now housed in the Confederate Home for Women in Austin, to a "first-class" nursing home, where he said they would receive better treatment and at less expense to the state. Visiting wit)h Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bartlett and Kathy for nine days recently were her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pointer and three boys of The Dalles, Oregon. The Pointers lived here for nearly three months during the latter part of 1958 and this is their first visit back. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Deskins Wells were Dr. and Mrs. Ansel McDowell and Marian, Linda, Ansel and Stewart of Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. China 1 Smith and Bailey and Y&idra of Iowa Park; and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rogers and Ruth of Canadian. The Smiths also visdted Mrs. Lucy B. Wells and Miss Hattie D. Wells. The Doors of Cherokee Inn Invite You To Fine Dining - Delicious Food Friendly Hospitality! We welcome the opportunity to congratulate the owners of Cherokee Inn on its formal opening. It will take its place among the distinguished restaurants of the Eastern Panhandle. Cherokee Inn is a place for gracious dining . . . for more informal eating ... or for that friendly cup of coffee. It stands for delicious food, expertly prepared and courteously served. The milk you drink at Cherokee Inn . . . the milk used in preparing the foods, comes from SEALTEST . . . another name with meaning. Sealtest stands for the finest in dairy products in the Panhandle area. We're proud to be a partner of Cherokee Inn in serving you. Seaffesf Dairy Products Billy Britton, Distributor Wellington, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tarter of Dallas spent tlhe past week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Tarter. Congratulations Cherokee Inn This Handsome Motel and Restaurant Are a Distinct Addition to the Business Life of Wellington Cherokee Inn is a pace-setter among motels in the Southwest Panhandle, serving the growing tourist industry of this region. Now a part of our business life, Cherokee Inn and Restaurant are a source of pride to all of us. It is this sound business growth that each of Wellington supports and seeks. When you visit Cherokee In at its open house, we invite your attention to the handsome linoleum, chosen to enhance the contemporary furnishings and modern architectural design of this handsome building. S & R Hardware SAM ADAMS, Manager Welcome Cherokee Inn to Wellington! Cherokee Inn is the realization of a dream many of us have had for years ... a fine mote/restaurant serving the people of Wellington, as well as those who travel through our International Highway 83. We congratulate the progressive owners, whose Cherokee Inn is such an addition to our town. We feel that this Modern Motel and Restaurant is an asset to the economy of our community and join with them in inviting you to the formal opening, Sunday, May 17. Wellington State Bank

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