The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 14, 1964 · Page 13
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May 14, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 13

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Hatch Named to Draft Board for Collmgsworth AUSTIN.—Harfey W. Hatch of Wellington has been informed that he has ibeen appointed a member of local draft Iboaird No. 20 at Childresa to repre- •ent Collingsworth county. Hatch was appointed by President Johnson after being recommended by Governor John ConnaJly. He was advised of his appointment by Col. Morris S. Schwartz, state director of Selective Service. "I am sure your membership on this board -will reflect great credit to yourself and the Selective Service System in Texas," Col. Schwartz wrote Mr. Hatch. Local iboard No. 20 has jurisdiction over Briscoe, Childress, Collingsworth, Cottle and Hall counties. OIL AND GAS NEWS Assignment of lease: R. P. Fuller to Sun Oil Co.—N/2 of section 36, block 12. Ratification of lease: Mrs. Hazel Pearson to Texaco, Inc. —South 200 acres of West 360 acres section 106, block 21. Lease: Gilbert J. Gilles Jr., and wife to Texaco, Inc.—NE/4 section 81, block 21. Assignment: Benny Wilder to W. H. Porter and others—SE/4 section 62, block 21. Assignment: Benny Wilder to W. H. Porter and others— SW/4 .section '51, block 10. Lease: Cecil Bailey to 'Shell Oil Co.—42 acres out of the north part of section 28, block 10. Lease: Mildred Wiginton to Shell Oil Co.—42 acres out of the north part of section; 28 block 10. Division order: E. M. Hunter and others to Shell Oil Co. —NW/4 section 84, block 14. Division order: Dudley Phipps andi wife to Shell Oil Co.— SE/4 section 28, block 15. Lease: P. J. White and wife to Texaco, Inc.—SE/4 section 103, block 21. Lease: Aubrey Stuckey and wife to Texaco, Inc. — NE/4 section 82, Mock 21. MRS. G. W. LANE'S KINDERGARTEN Youngest "graduates" are those who complete their work this month at Mrs. G. W. Lane's Kindergarten. Play and study has made up their year. Seated, from left, are Douglas Green, Randall Sims, Ricihard Sims, Pat Nunnelley and LaDonna Jones. Standing, from left, are Jimmy Saied, Janet Brock, Neal Cochran, Robert Wolf, Renee Mitchell, Tommy Caldwell, Shahara Neill and Butch Bawcom. —Photo by Wellington Studio Mrs. Louise Kendrick and Mickye Ann spent -Saturday night and Sunday in Borger with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Stewart. They were ac- coirtpanied by -Mrs. J. IL. Burt who visited her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brinson and family. Bob Sanford, student at Texas Technological College at Lubbock spent Friday and Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanford and Nancy. Mrs. Don Hood and Marc, of Lubbock, spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. L. E. .Qribble. They were accompanied by Miss Celia Ray Anderson, who visited her sister, Mr. and Musi. Jack Kopp and family. Marc remained for a week's visit with his grandmother. Out of town guests visiting with Pauline Holman Saturday and Sunday were Nancy Montgomery of Roswell, N.M.; and Wesley Hardin and Don Button of Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reeves and (baby of Canyon were week end visitors in the home of their iparents, Mr. and Mrs*. Harold Keller and Mr. amd Mrs. W. C. Reeves'. Miss Rita Moody of Amaril- o spent Mothers Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. tfoody. Miss Phillys Riley re- urned home with Mass Moody unday afternoon. Chance Visits Eastern Cities B. F. Chance returned recently from a week's stay in Washington, D.C., where he visited his brother, Col. James H. Chance, now stationed with the Air Force in the Pentagon. The latter formerly lived in Shamrock. The brothers visited in New York Citiy and toured the World's Fair grounds prior to the opening. Chance reported meeting a former "Wellington resident, Mrs. Charles Roberts, whose husband was superintendent of schools here. She is now employed in a savings and loan association. Mrs.. Chance and their daughter, Kay, visited her sister in Tulsa while he was away. NEWS OF MEN IN SERVICE THREE FACTORS IN FATAL ACCIDENTS Speed, drinking, and wrong- side driving are three main factors in fatal traffic acci- •dents, Department of Public Safety Director Homer Garrison Jr. toM a traffic courts conference. NEW CARS AND TRUCKS VerreM D. Lemper, Wellington —Chevrolet pickup. Shirley Peters, Vineon, Okla. —Chevrolet sport coupe. Bargains in tihe Classifieds. OKLAHOMA CITY.— J. B. Stratton of Clovis, N.M., has been promoted to senior master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City. Sgt. Stratton, son of Mrs. Kate M. Stratton of 404 Reed Place, Midwest City, Okla., is a maintenance standardization and training officer in a unit that supports the Military Air Transport Service mission of providing global airlift of U. S. military forces and equipment. The sergeant is a graduate of Clovis high school. His wife is the former Donnie W. Armstrong of Wellington, Altus AFB Needs Water Plant Man The U.S. Civil Service Commission has announced examinations for the position of water plant operator at Altus Air Force Base. This is a grade W-9 job and 'pays $2.44 per hour. F.uH information! may be had from the post office of Executive Secretary, Board 'of U.S. Civil Service Examiners, Altus Air Force Base, Okla. March Bond Sales $8,125 Savings Bond sales for the first three months of 1964 in Collingsworth county totaled $21,912. Of this amount, $8,125 were purchased in March, according to a report, released by John F.orbis, chairman of the Collingsworth county savings bonds committee. Sales in Texas for the first quarter of 1964 amounted to $16,181,153, which represents 26.6% of the state goal of $150,000,000. Mr. and Mrs. Euris Phipps and Jim and Jan, and Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Wlllard, alii of Amarillo, were week end visitors in the homes of their parenits, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Wilkerson and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Phip'ps. Lunchroom Menu Mondiay, May 18: Spoonburg- er, whipped potatoes or vegetable, fruit, peanut 'butter cookies, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Tuesday, May 19: Hot ta~ mailes, navy toeans, asparagus or greens, apple rings, buttered cornbread, cinnamon rolls, half .pint milk or chocolate milk. Wednesday, May 20: Chicken salad sandwich, blue lake green ibeans, cheese sticks, ripe olives, rice pudding with raisins, fruit, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Mr. and 'Mrs. Don Crawford and Belinda and Debra of Richardson spent the Mothers Day week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Eliott and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Crawford. Other visitors in the Johnny Crawford home were Mrs. Jan Bartlett and Don and Kim of Dallas. Week end visitors in th tiome of Mr. and Mrs. G. E Van Pelt were their children Mr. and Mrs. James Van Pel and family of Memphis; Mr and Mrs. Don Van Pelt anc family of Samnorwood; anc Mr. and Mrs. Olan Alexande: and son of Plainview. ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL NOTES Mrs. Jimmie DeMoss. medical, has been a patient since vlay 5. Martha Sue Saundors, 17- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Saunders, traumatic surgery, May 7 to 10. Mrs. J. Y. Martin, medical, May 7 to 8. C. S. Graham, medical, May 7 to 9. Lewis Scott Porter, 4-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Porter, tonsillectomy, May 8 and 9. Mrs. Louis Berg, surgical has been a patient since May 9. Pamela Marsh, 5-year-olt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Marsh, tonsillectomy, May 9 to 11. Mrs. J. L. Deger, medical was admitted May 9. Mrs. J. W. Aclcock, Quail medical, was admitted May 10 Robert Oldham of Samnor wood, medical, was admitte May 10. Miss Anna Nachtengale, med icaf, was admitted May 11. J. I. Peterson, medical, wa admitted May 11. Patients admitted earlier and discharged since May 5 are: W. E. Franks. May 5. Mrs. Alva Cristy, May 6. Mrs. Mack Saied Jr. and Rebecca Lynn Saied, -May 8. W. T. McAdams, May 8. The Rev. J. F. Michael, May 8. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 14, 1964 Mothers Day visitors in the omo of Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'eeples were their son and aughters, Mr. and Mrs. Kent eeples and baby of Canyon, Mr. and' Mrs. A. C. Gray and on of Dallas, and Mr. and rfrs. Jim Brazzil and daughter of Quanah. The Kent JPeeples ilso visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Crawtey. Randall 'Scott, student in IVayland College at Plainview spent the week end with his jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Ocie Scott. Hackberries harbor many ipests. Dr. M. V. Cobb Chiropractor BL 6-1133 310 South Main Shamrock, Texas Congratulations! We Welcome Cherokee In to Wellington's Business Community We feel a surge of pride each time we drive by Cherokee Inn . . . this fine new motel and restaurant now a part of our town . . . Pride that we can offer this home-away-from-home to travelers on International Highway 83. The Toggery provides the linen service for Cherokee Inn . . . This is another business firm performing an essential and highly accepted service to the people of the Wellington area .... another firm helping to build our home town. The Toggery J. B. Oney, owner Linen Service "">. ~^ »'~^.«» _»„ > *Y *^ „. t i Welco-me, . Congratulations To The Cherokee Inn It is a pleasure to extend our Best Wishes to The Cherokee Inn upon the completion of their modern Beautiful New Motel and Restaurant, and it was also a pleasure to have been selected to install the . . . • RCA Whirlpool Air Conditioning • RCA Victor Television We feel that this attractive new Motel and Restaurant will be an important asset to our community and the business life of Wellington and we invite you to visit this new business upon the occasion of its Formal Opening, Sunday, May 17. B & B Electric fo Our Formal Opening Sun./ May 17 Your Dealer "We Service What We Sell LUCIAN BEARDEN QUINTON BREWER COFFEE and COKES Served From 2:30 to 5:00 SUNDAY You are invited to the Formal Opening of the Cherokee Inn on Sunday, May 17. In building the Cherokee Inn ouir aim was to provide Welling with a restaurant and motel that would reflect credit on the community and one in which all of you could take pride. We appreciate the goodwill and the interest the people of Wellington and the area have shown in this new business and we want you to come to see us. CHEROKEE INN

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