The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 21, 1964 · Page 4
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Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 21, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 21, 1964 Piano Students of Mrs. John Dwyer Present Recital Monday Evening COFFEE BREAK—TO SEE ST. JOSEPH'S In observance of National Hospital Week, business men and women and county residents visited St. Joseph's Hospital for a "coffee break" Wednesday, May 13. Hospital Auxiliary members were hostesses. In the top picture, Mrs. J. W. Wells serves coffee to Mrs. Anita Kaughman of Wichita, Kansas. At left are Auxil- ians Mrs. J. W. Cochran and Mrs. John Sherman, and at right, Mrs. * * Lyndon Crelia and Mrs. Jones Singley. Below volunteer "patient" Dick Judd is ready for a demonstration of the operation of the x-ray machine, explained by Mrs. Jones Singley and Mrs. Lyndon Crelia. Mrs. Ernest Harwell of the hospital staff is at left, and visitors are Elmer Hiett, J. B. Oney, Mack Saied Jr., James Sullivan and Sandy Parsons. Mrs. John Dwyer, Samnorwood music teacher, presented her students in a recital Monday evening, May 18, in connection with the meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association. Both beginner and advanced students were included'. On the program were: Ann Dwyer, "Swans on the Lake." Chris Paschall, "Kanrooster." Joel Dean Rainey, "Skip to My Lou." Rosa Old ham, "Indian Love Call." Cheryl Surber, "From a Wigwam." Stephen Rankin "Evening Bells." Brenda (Bentley, "Woody Woodpecker." Charlotte Kincannon, "Spanish Fiesta." Rita (Lackey, "Maths." Cathy Surber, "Spider Dance." Karon Cunningham, "Saber Dance." Junior Music Club Installs New Officers in Candlelight Ceremony PLAN^ COFFEE BREAK Mrs. Lyndon Crelia, left, chairman of Hospital Week's Coffee Break at St. Joseph's Hospital, here makes plans for the event with Sister Mary Adele, hospital administrator. More than 125 business and professional people and other county residents visited the hospital that day, Wednesday, May 13. Eastern Star Honors Officers Mr. and Mrs. Grover Petti tt, worthy patron and worthy matron of the -Eastern Star, were honored witih a potluck suipper Tuesday evening, May 12. This marks rtjve end of their tenure in office, and gafts from the chapter were presented to the compile. During the chapter session, a memorial service was held for those members \vtho have died during the last year. The next event for the Eastern Star will be the installation of new officers June 8. Men's Night Ends Club Year The 1954 Study Cluib closed out its club year Thursday night, May 7 with Men's Night and a barbecue at Ellison Park. Cal Hurst and Grawt Wooldridge, .husbands of two memi- The Junior Music Club held its. final meeting for this term of school Thursday, May 14, with the installation of officers for 'the next year. Mrs. Bernice Welch, senior music club member, was the installing officer. Taking office in an impressive candMigiht ceremony were Karen Childress, president; Patricia Wilson, vice president; Becky Brewer, secretary; Re- ff'ma Ferguson, treasurer; Rie Schneider, reporter; Davela Edens, parliamentarian; and Connie Null, historian. Miss Childress welcomed the mothers, friends, and music club members. Jane Thompson, guest musician, gave a flute solo, "And- antinio," accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Sam Thompson, pianist. The club chorus sang "Maria," "My Favorite Things", Slumber Party for 8th Grade The farm ihome of Mr. and Mrs. Zook Thomas was the setting for a slumber party Saturday night, May 16, honoring the 24 girls of the eighth grade .graduating class. Assisting were Mir. Trusten Thomas, Mrs. Orion Williamson and Mrs. John Alf Thomas. Suipper was served in the yard and the guests played badminton, volleyball and croquet. The girls slept in the bomb shelter, and Sunday morning they were returned to their "Do-Re-Mi" and the club collect. Bride-to-be, on Friday Evening Miss Janice Wood, bride-! elect of John Duncan, was- honored with a bridal shower Friday, May 15' dn the home of Mrs. Herman Belew. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. iBelew, Mrs. Velman Warrick, Mrs* 'Lynn Carter, Mrs. Donald Curry, Mrs. Melvin.' Seale, Mrs. Elmer Carter Jr., Mrs..-Barney Glenn, Mrs. Howard Crosby, Mrs. Truman Estes, Mrs. Dick Sweat, Mrs. Paul Bell, Mrs. Bryan Denley and Mrs. Fred .Williams. Mr®. Belew greeted the guests and presented them to Miss Wood, Mrs. Woodrow Wood, mother of the bride-to- be, and Mrs. Byron Duncan, mother of the bridegroom-to- be. • '-, ;.,....,.'•,/ -. •' Mrs. Farris Wood registered the guests in the Bride's Book. Misses Glynel Elbert and Andrea Carter presided at the serving table which was laid with a handmade net doth. The centerpiece was an arrangement of white flowers with bluebirds and love knots. •Guests called between the hours of 7:30 and 9:00. Shower Honors Miss Janice Wood/ Hentim at Weiner Raqsf Mr. and 'Mrs. Edd 5 Henard honored i<-th« ^Wellington 1964 Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hatch Observe Golden Wedding Quietly on Sunday Quail Young Homemakers Honor FHA at a Tea Given Thursday Afternoon bers, prepared the ^barbecue. | homes in time for Sunday school. Attending were Jan Blain, (Brenda Bobo, Jan Bowen, Polly Browning, Rhonda Kersten, Susan Coffee, Tanya Horton, Glenida Kiker, Kathy Kiker, Jacqueline Kdng, Cherry Lewis, Frieda Mina- trea, Delores Moody, Joy Mae Nation, Cheryl Neediham, Dab- The Quail Chapter of the Young Homemakers of America honored the Quail Future Homemakers and their mothers at a tea in 'the Homemaking Cottage Thursday, May 14. Moss Lonetfca Neeley, a junior in Quail high school, was presented a sewing kit for being the honor student of the group. Miss Shirley Horton presented two vocal numbers accompanied by Miss Patricia Kimbro. The register and serving tables were decorated with red and white roses and appointed with crystal. Mrs. Donald Langley registered the guests and Mrs. N. E. Childers and Mrs. Odis Em- anert presided at the serving table. Honor guests present were Misses Mary Ann Lindsey, Ianda Sue Peters. Mary Conner, Janace Pitts, Mary Frank Cummings, Neva Baker, Paula Garza, Judy Campbell, Margie Kennedy, Rosie Baker, Lonetta Neeley, Nancy Harris, Sue Saunders, Patricia Kimbro, Diana Moseley and Shirley Hor- Frank Kennedy, Mrs. Lonnie Neeley an-d Mm C. A. Aimer- son. Hostesses were Mrs. John Birkey, Mrs. N. E. Childers, Mrs. Roy Canada, Mrs. D. R. Langley, Mrs. Monty Mitchell, Mrs. Odls Emmert, Mrs. P. J. White, Mrs. Loyd Lamgley and Mrs. Earl Patterson. Scrap ivory is burned to form a black pigment for artists. Mrs. Bill Long, the outgoing president, conducted a short business meeting. The evening was spent visiting. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fires, Mr. and Mrs*. Jack Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hubbard, Mr. and Mi's. R. IL. Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Courtney and Mr. and Mrs. Don Lacy. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bratjten, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Lacy, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. PJarl Lynn jBartlett, and Mrs. Sam McGill. Hosts for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wooldridge, Mr. and Mrs. James iLarson, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Hurst," Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hartman, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long. Miss Schneider then broughl a clarinet solo, "Jalousie", accompanied at the piano by Mrs Mack Bush. Following the installation, Mrs. Welch was pi-esented with the musical note, a floral centerpiece of red and silver. At the conclusion of the program, refreshments were served by the club to approximately 30 guests. Mrs. Ed Brown Has Penhandlers Mrs. Ed Brown entertained the Penhandlers Oluib with a garden party at iher home in the Abra community Saturday afternoon, May 16. After a short business session, presided over by Mrs. (Louise Fields of Shamrock, Mrs. Frankie Stanley, society editor of The Shamrock Texan, gave a discussion on "Why Leaves Are So Important." The guests were then served a picnic supper. Attending were Mrs. A. R. Hugg, Mrs. Lillie Trostle, Mrs. Leane Harvey, Mrs. Stanley, and Mrs. Louise Fields of Shamrock. Visitors were Mrs. A. J. Laycock of Shamrock, Mrs. John Lenox or Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Alex Coleman of Dozier. Guild Holds Pledge Service The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church met in the church chapel Monday night, May 18 for their regular meeting with Mrs. Ber- ndce Welch as hostess. Mrs. C. L. Jones, president, presided. Mrs. Barney Glenn read the minutes of the last Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hatch celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a quiet family get-together Sunday, May 17 at their home on West Avenue. At noon on 1 Sunday the family had dinner in the dining room of Cherokee Inn. The table was decorated with an arrangement of white carnations sprayed with gold in a gold container. HD Leaders Meet May 27 A training meeting for Home Demonstration Club leaders will be held Wednesday, May 27 in the office of Mrs. KatJhryn Barjenbruch, home demonstration agent. Beginning at 2 p.m. it will be given over to a study of freezing fruit and vegetables. All women interested are invited, Mrs. Barjenbruch said. Each HD club will have two representatives present. "Anyone having fresh fniit or vegetables is encouraged tlo 'bring them in small amounts and their containers for the demonstration, as we want to cover as many types of produce as possible," the agent continued. Mrs. Step/ienson Club Hostess The Houselog Good Neighbor Club met Friday, May 15 in the (home of Mr®. Bob Stephenson for their regular monthly luncheon and business meeting. A short business meeting was held and Mrs. Coy Vaughan presented the program. Members attending were Mrs Girady Van Pelt, Mr®. Pau Hardy, Mrs. Coy Vaughan, Mrs 0. A. Kiker, Mrs. John Trew Mrs. C. A. Wilbur, and one guest, Mrs. Tom Parker o Santa Fe, N.M. Mr. and Mrs. Hatch were presented flowers to wear. Mrs. latch wore an orchid edged n gold and Mr. Hatch, a white arnation edged in gold. The day was spent visiting. n the afternoon a few close 'riends dropped by for short visits. Hosts were the Hatchs' four Children and their husbands and vives: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatch of Eldorado, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hatch of Lubbock, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gribble of Altus, Okla. Grandchildren present were Bryan, Dan and Carlos Hatch of Wellington, Mike and Allen latch of Lubbock, and Carol Sue Hatch of Eldorado. Snack Party for Seniors Mrs. J. W. Wells and Mrs. Elvis Crawley honored Wellington high school seniors with a snack party in Mrs. Wells' iome Sunday night, May 17, after the baccalaureate service. The evening was spent autographing annuals, visiting and having a good time reminiscing aibout the past four years of high school. Those attending were the seniors and sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Don Beck, Louis Graham and Ralph Word. Aaron Graduates With Honors John Aaron of Vinson will be graduated with honors from Southwestern State College at Weatherford, Okla., on Friday, May 22. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Aaron. His grade point average for the four years is 3.27. The commencement speaker will be Chairies L. (Bennett, managing editor of the Daily Oklaihoman and Oklahoma City Times. . graduating class with a weiner roast a at Salt Fork River near their home Monday night, May 18. Their daughter Gail ds a member of the. class. The group played games, and enjoyed the food cooked over an open fire. Attending ."were the seniors and their ' sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Don Beck, Cindy' and Brad,and Louis Graham and the hosts. Friends Honor MissWood Miss Janice Wood was honoree at an informal lingerie shower Sunday, May 17 in the home of Mrs. J. W. Tarver. Mrs. Maxie Tarver of Levelland and Mrs. Roland Roberts of Amarillo were the hostesses. The afternoon was spent visiting and reminiscing of high school days. The honoree opened the gifts and passed them around for all to admire. Refreshments were served to Mtss Andrea Carter, Mrs. Neal Gray, Mrs. Kent Peeples, and Mrs: Weldon Cleveland Jr.' of Canyon, Miss Glynel Elbert of Amarillo, Mrs. J. W. Tarver and Mrs. Donald Curry and! the hostesses. NEW WAY TO BE SUDDENLY SLIM, COMFORTABLE, TOO Los Angeles: —Are you a woman whose figure is on the good side but might look perfect? You'll be thrilled by the new easy way science has discovered for you to become Suddenly Slim and yet completely comfortable. If you're more than 15 pounds overweight, then this idea is not for you. If your weight problem falls within this range, then you can realize a new, smoother figure today, without diet or exercise. . Suddenly Slim is an all-new land of 4-oz. girdle constructed of science fibers. One startling innovation is the sheer nylon front panel. This is permanently stiffened by a science process and cannot give or sag. It's surrounded by a slimming action, border. A featherstitched panel down each side of this girdle will contour your hips if they are a problem. The girdle itself is of a "wonder" Lycra spandex blend. It's a new power net consisting of nylon, acetate and spandex. It is so comfortable, but has such, slimming strength, it gives your figure everything that s possible with a foundation. "Suddenly Slim" in both girdle and panty versions, is the peak achievement of the California designer-genius, Olga. They are available in our area at Saied's Department Store Phone 447-5747 COOLING orah Peters, Vikki Saunders, Nancy Sikes, Elizabeth Smith, Nancy Sue Thomas, Patricia Thomas, Vicki Wade, Mary Aguirre, Faith Chamibliss, and a small guest, Lavanda 1 Thomas. meeting and Mrs. Guy Owens was in charge of the program. The program was carried out with the Yearly Pledge Service and was very inspiring. The 'hostess served refreshments to 12 members. you What a lovely Summer- with cool fragrances by Dorothy Gray HOSIERY SALE Mothers 'present were Mrs. J. W. Boen, Mrs. Dick Campbell, Mrs; Pat Kimbro, Mrs. Clyde Emmert, Mrs. Frank Lindsey, Mrs. Palo Cummings Jr., Mrs. M. T. White, Mrs. Richard Peters, Mrs. Elvis Pitts, Mrs. -\f. WINDOW AIR COOLERS Who's New in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs, William Howard Murdock Jr., are the parents of a daughter, Mar- •tha Renee, born in St. Jo- ^seph's Hospital May 15. She weighed eight pounds and six ounces. PRICED AS LOW AS With an Arctic Circle V-Series Air Cooler you can adjust the cooling to meet changes in outside temperature. Increase the volume and speed of air delivery on- hottest days and reduce volume and speed in milder weather. The beautiful grille has patented ball-bearing suspended louvers that can be easily moved to direct air flow wherever you want it. Come in and see how easy it is to have cooling as you like it. TH« •TOCKINO WITH THE TWO WHITC »TRIP«« Sullivan Hardware and Furniture Hot Weather Cologne $1QQ Cool Touch Cologne $10Q Aerosol Cologne $ 1^ Dusting Powder $125,$250 Choose your favorite fragrance in all its lovely forms -for after bath, for a fragrance break, to surround yourself with White Lilac, June Bouquet and many other lovely scents. Parsons Drug Wed., May 20 thru Sat., June 6 NO-SEAM and FULL-FASHIONED NYLON IT'S HERE! That oncc-a-year sale you've been waiting for ... your opportunity to buy name brand, top quality Claussner nylons at unbelievable savings . . . popular no-seam and full-fashioned styles in your favorite fashion colors ... all regular merchandise. Claussncr's way of making new friends and renewing old acquaintances. An ideal time to replenish your hosiery supply and plan your future gift giving. SALE PRICES NO-SEAM, Nude Heel or Re-enforced 'Heel and Toe in Plain, Micro or Stretch. PLAIN SEAM, 15 Denier, 60 Gauge or 30 Denier, 51 Gauge. OVER-THE-KNEE STRETCH No-Seam. NO-SEAM, Re-enforced Heel and Toe In Plain or Micro. FULL-FASHIONED, 15 Denier. Regular $1.35 *1.O9 '3.15 Regular $1.OO 89$ p."" *2.6O Dept. Store Phone 447-5747 SHOP IN COOL REFRIGERATED AIR COMFORT

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