The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 14, 1964 · Page 15
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 15

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 14, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 14, 1964 Students of Mrs. J. L Harper Give Piano Recital Sunday Afternoon Mrs. J. L. Haider will pre- by Elizabeth ShieJds. sent her piano students in a recital Sunday ,May 17, at 2:30 p.m. in Trinity Methodist Church. All friends of the children, and the public in general are invited, Mrs. Harder said. Students and their numbers are: Janet K. Word, "The Graceful Swan" by Bert Adams. Janet and Judy Peters, duet, "The Egg-Pert Hen," arranged iby J. W. Scham. Judy Peters, "Robin Sings of Spring" by Sidney Forrest. Judy and Mike Peters, duet, "Wee Folks March," Cora Forrest. Joy Jesse, "Do You Know My Jesus?" Ellis and Lakey. Joy Jesse and Doris Tingle, duet, "Peek-a-boo" by Seanlan. Joy and Janece Jesse will then sing "Do You Know My Jesus?" Doris Tingle, "Lets' Be Gay" by June Weybright. Doris and Mary Tingle, duet, "Beautiful Heaven." Carolyn Mareney of Vinson, "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" by Jesse Brown. Carolyn Manney and ILavelle Harper, duet, "Yellow Rose of Texas." Leta Whitten, "The Fairy Court," John Thompson. Joy Jesse and Leta Whitten, duet, "Red River Valley" arranged by Arthur Hollandus. Karon Peters, "The Mermaid" arranged by John W. Schaum. Linda and Karon 1 Peters, duet), "Pop Goes the Weasel" arranged iby Nelle Seales. Judy Parker, "Last Date" by Tommy Needham and Judy Parker, duet, "We'll Go Ffch- ing in a Crawdad Hole", June Weybright. Janace Pitts, "Swaying Daffodil®" arranged iby A. R. Overlade. Layette Harper, "Twilight Meditation" iby J. Owen Long. Janace Pitts, piano solo, "How Great Thou Art" by Stuart K. Hine. She will be joined by her sister, Donita Pitts in singing this same nurriber. ShpweKhursday Evening Honors Mrs. Jackie Nation, Spring Bride Mrs. Jackie Nation, the former Ann Baggett, was honored a* a bridal shower Thursday, April 1 23 in the Homemaking Cottage at the Quail school. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Clarence Blevins, Mrs. J. W. jBoen, Mrs. Frank Kennedy, Mrs. Robert Gosnell, Mrs. Dick Campbell, Mrs. Jerry DePauw, Mrs. Annie Russell, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Ople White, Mrs. Carrol Blevins, Mrs. John Coffee, Mrs. Dudley Phipps, and Mrs. C. T. Stephens.'' . • ; : ' •; , ;. . ' ;; .";- , •: Miss Agatha Wright {presided at the bride's book. The serving table was laid with a white damask cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink carnations under a miniature net umbrella. The appointments were crystal and silver. The Misses Jackie and Margie DePauw served the guesta punch and cookies. Floyd Creamer. Judy Parker and Lavelle Students of Mrs. frank Anderson Present Piano Recital on May 16 v i . . --.;*.'- *' - l " »•'": " ' J Mrs. Frank Anderson will present her piano students in a recital Saturday, May 16 at 8 o'clock in the evening at First Methodistj Church. Friends of the students are invited to attend. At the close of the program, pins and certificates from the annual auditions of the .Guild of Piano Teachers will be (presented. The program will include the following numbers: "The Lake," d'Ourville, by Anne Henard and Frances Warrick. Harper, duet, "Drums and Bugles", G. L. Spaulding. Debbie Janes, "Dangerous Jaumey" by Schaum. Mike Peters', "Our Flag," by Mylia Alder. Mike Peters and Glenda (Lancaster, duet, "Yo Ho, For the Sailor Boy" M. H. Jesse. Wayne Wihifcten, "Dublin Town" by John Thompson. Wayne Whitten and Joy Jesse, duet, "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain" arranged by Arthur. Larry Colwell, "Sailing," by John W. Schaum. Gary ColweTl, "Star of Midnight," Author Duvoks. Mary Tingle, "There's Music in the Air," George F. Root. Tommy Needham, "Others" WSCS Installs New Officers The Woman's 'Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church held their regular quarterly luncheon on Friday, May 1, in the dining room of the church. Mrs. Henry Vaughan, in a very imiprossive ceremony, installed the following now officers: 'Mrs. Robert Lewis, president; Mm Cal Hurst, vice president; Mrs. E. F. Bartlett, secretary; and Mrs. D. F. Cook treasurer. Secretaries of the various •committees are: Mrs. L. J. Courtney, promotion; Mrs. J. B. King, missionary education; Mrs. Jim Cochran, Christian social relations; Mrs. R. L. Kames, local church activities; Mrs. J. D. Wilson, spiritual life; Mrs. A. J. Fires, youth work; Mrs. Jerry Nix, student work; Mrs. Donald Settle, children's work; Mrs. Mayme Somerville, literature and publications!; and Mrs. .Grant Wooldridge, supply work. After the meditation, the pledge service was held and then names were drawn for the new circles. A luncheon was served from tables decorated with spring flowers. Mrs. M. Mitchell Quail Club Speaker Members of the Quail Friendship Club met in a business session at the Quail Homemaking Cottage Thursday, May 7. Mrs. Ray Godbey, president, directed the meeting. Mrs. Monty Mitchell reported on "Management of Time and Money" and Mrs. John Bishop on "Foods and Nutrition." Mrs. Godbey and Mrs. Pat O'Hair were awarded plaques for the highest attendance records iro 1963. Plans for the 1964 club pic- , »ic were dlisoussed, and later members -were served refresh- ,'ment >by the hostess, Mrs. Ira Morgan. Miss Rctha Hayes * * » June Wedding Plans Revealed The engagement of Miss Retha Hayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Hayes, Woodburn, Oregon, to Jimmy McCutchen, son of -Mrs. Mabel Epps, Wellington, was announced today by her pa/rents. The couple will be married June 5 in the First; Christian Church of Dumas. She was graduated from Woodburn high school and is now associated with the law firm of McCown and Oobb. Her fiance is a graduate of Wellington high school and is now associated with Shamrock Oil and Gas Conp. Belles Letfres Hears Musicians A program of music by some of Wellington's younger musicians entertained members of the Belles Lettres Club Tuesday evening, May 5, when Mrs. Jim Wood was hostess. Mrs. Lowell Weils presented Sidney Duncan, accordionist, <in two numbers, "Rambling Rose," and his own composition, "Hobby Hop." Joyce Holton then (presented two piano numbers, and Karen Richardson sang. During the business session, Mrs. E. F. Bartlett, the Incoming president, appointed a flower committee composed of Mrs. Frank Hatch, Mrs. Howard Riggs and Mrs. Coy Vaughan Mrs. Cicero Gulley was electee corresponding secretary and reporter. Mrs. Dick Richards, retiring president, directed the meeting. Attending were Mrs. A. B Clark, Mrs. (Bryan Denley, Mrs Gulley, Mrs. Riggs, Msrs. Bol Hig-htower, Mrs. Hershel Ty ler, Mrs. S. B. Owen, Mrs. J M. Sttowell, Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs by "Black Pony," Beissert, iennie Morgan. "Morning Call," Hansem, 'by Connie Bearden. "Chocolate Soldiers," Cobb )y Marcia King. "Sailor's Song," by Lizzt- loburn, Carol Cochran. "Pixie's Goodnight Song," Brown, by Carey Lewis. "Pirate Gold," Stevens, by 'athy Singley. "Moon Mist," Rodgers, by Melissa Cooke. "The Whistling Farmer Boy" Van Nort, by Janice White. "Louisiana Bayou," Duncan, >y Kitty Cooke. "Poupee Valsante," Poldini, yy Debbie Lewis. "Tarentelle in A Sharp," teller, by Elaine Karnes. "Allegro," Ladonkhine, by Beth Smith. "To a Wild Rose," McDowell, by Peggie Crawford. "Prelude," Gliere, by Rebecca IBrewer. "Prelude, Op. 28, No. 6," Jhopin, by Janyth Estes. "Golliwogg's Cake Walk," Debussy, by Frances Warwick. Victor Herbert Favorites, arranged by Campbell and Watson, toy Frances Warrick and Ann Henard. Former Quail Girls Get FHA Degrees Two former Quail girls received their state degrees in homemaking, the highest on that level offered by the Texas Association of Future Homemakers of America. They are Lynn Bourland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bourland, and Clydean Gil'breth daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Clyde Gilbreth. Both families live a Clarendon and Mrs. Bourlanc is homemaking instructor in Richards and Mrs. Barfclett. ' the school there. Congratulations... CHEROKEE INN ... on Your As you attend the formal opening of Cherokee Inn, we invite your attention to the modern materials used in its construction . . . materials used so extensively in building the Southwest today. You will see the beauty of CRO-CITE building blocks, a distinctive material that combines architectural appeal with construction efficiency. Decorative block forms the screens placed at intervals along the facade to add privacy and lend beauty. AH materials blend to create a handsome building in contemporary style for a town that looks to the future. Crowe-Guide takes pride in being selected to furnish much ef the materials used in building Wellington's new Cherokee Inn. Congratulations . Builders of Wellington We congratulate the owners of Cherokee Inn—Lucian Bearden, Quinton Brewer and Bob Goforth—as they open one of the fine motels of the Panhandle. They are truly builders of Wellington. And the growth of Wellington is part of the growth of the Panhandle ... a key area in the nation today. RCA-Victor Televisions and RCA-Whirlpool Air Conditioners —came from Nunn Electric Supply Corp. For many years we have served the homes and commercial firms of the entire tri-state area. We are proud to be part of a growing Wellington, as the Cherokee Inn opens for business. Nunn Electric Supply Corp. 119 Polk Street • Amarillo, Texas Ilington Welcomes I T IS WITH PRIDE that we welcome Cherokee Inn into the Wellington business community, and congratulate its owners on their enterprise and foresight. WE ENCOURAGE the development of business by those who live within the community, or whose ties are close to it, as are all members of this group. Answers to a community's needs are best given this way. JUST AS THE BUILDERS of Cherokee Inn answer a community need, so does your insurance agent. Wells & Wells was selected to carry the insurance program for Cherokee Inn, one that is tailored to its need, serviced by men who are interested in seeing Wellington grow. CROWE GULDE BOX 9O26 99 N.TYLER DR 3/42O6 AMARILLO Wells & Wells Insurance + Abstracts Calvin Hurst Dial 447-2520 Harold Watkins WELLINGTON, TEXAS Jack Sanford 911 West Are.

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