The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 21, 1964 · Page 9
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May 21, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 9

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Thursday, May 21, 1964
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Section 2 For Fifty-three Years a Builder in Collingsworth County 10* PER COPY Volume LIV Wellington, Collingsworth County, Texas, Thursday, May 21, 1964 Number 44 TO GRADUATE FRIDAY NIGHT Six of the 39 seniors who will receive diplomas Friday night, May 22, are shown here. The seniors themselves will present the graduation program. In the top row are Mary Beth Aaron, left, Joe John Henard and Billy Fred Cummings. Below are Graham Bowen, left, Sandra Owens and William Barton. 2 Leggitt Receives Science Honor Jimmie Leggitt;*son of Mrs. Gladys Meek of Pampa, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Baildwin, has been .granted a National Science Foundation Scholarship for high school chemistry teachers at Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. The scholarship is for the next four summer sessions and Jimmie will work on his Masters degree during that time. He teaches in the Luibbock high school. •Mr. and Mrs'. Leggitt and their children, Lindy and Jeff, spent the past week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, and his mother, Mrs. Meek, met; them Shere. William Henry Harrison died on April 4. 1841, just one month after he was inaugurated president of the U.S. DPS Reports Rural Highway Wrecks for April The Highway Patrol investigated one rural accident in Cotl- lingsworth county during tihe month of April, according to Sgt. J. W. Wilson, patrol supervisor of this area. This wreck accounted for an estimated property damage of $450. The rural accident summary for the county from January through April of 1964 shows a total of two crashes, resulting in one person injured, and an estimated property damage of $1,485. The April record in surroumd- ing counties wa&: Childress: 1 accident none dead or injured; $1,000 property damage. Cottle county: 2 accidents, 1 injured, $710 property damage. Donley county: 3 accidents; 3 injured, $6,305 property damage. Gray county: 17 accidents, 16 injured, $11,755 property damage. Hall coun-ty: 4 accidents', 2 injured, $1,635 property damage. Wheeler county: 6 accidents, 1 killed, 3 injured, $4,430 property damage. Choir Members to Musicol Billy Wifkerson and Doug Mitchell of Wellington were two members of the Clarendon College Choir who saw the musical comedy "My Pair Lady" at West Texas State University Friday night, May 15. The production was (by students of <tjhe drama and music departments of the University. The earth" averages 100 lightning strokes each second. Swim for Fun... Swim for Health In Crystal Clear Filtered Mineral Water Marian Airpark Pool Opening May, 23 FREE SWIMMING LESSONS Each Tuesday and Thursday Beginning Tues., June 10 Register Before June 10 OFFERED FOUR WEEKS ONLY Swimming lessons will be offered after this time, but a charge will be made. CLASSES FOR Beginners — Advanced — Diving Lessons between 9 and 11 in the mornings. Only charge is Admission to Pool. Penny Day - COMING SOON - FREE PRIZES The annual Penny Day will be held soon at Marian Airpark Pool. At that time 1,000 pennies will be thrown into the pool and will belong to those who can get them. In addition there will be many free prizes. SEASON TICKETS ON SALE (Good from June 1 through Sept. 1) Children through 11 years $10.00 Adults $12.50 SINGLE ADMISSION Children through 12 years 25* Children 13 through high school _ 40* Adults 50* Special Parties May Be Arranged After 6 p. m. by Advance Reservation — Except Sunday Nights Life Guard on Duty at all Times HOURS: 1:00 till 9:00 on Week Days 1:00 to 6:00 on Sundays SAMNORWOOD GRADUATES Five of the students who will receive diplomas at the Samnorwood commencement exercises Friday night, May 22 are shown here. In the top row, from left, are Sunny Kay Wright, Jimmy Martindale and Janie Schaub. Below are Barbara Hill, left, who is valedictorian, and Wayne Lindley, salutatorian. Mrs. Penick Receives Degree ABILENE.—Mvs>. Archie Ty- 7-one Penick, fonnerly Barbara Rutih Shanks of Wellington, is a candidate for the BSEd degree in elementary education at Abi-leno Christian College this spring. An estimated 294 seniors will be awarded bachelor's degrees at tihe 43rd commencement exercises Monday night, May 25. Baccalaureate services are scheduled Sunday, May 24. Mrs. Penick, a 1960 graduate of Wellington high school, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shanks of Wellington. ARMY CALLS VETERINARIANS New military draft call for June in Texas calls for 234 men compared with 258 for May, in addition to ten veterinarians to be assigned to the Army. Nazarenes Open Vacation Bible School May 25 The Nazarene Church will hold its annual Vacation Bible School May 25 through May 29 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The school -will be for all children from nursery to junior high ages. Crafty, music and recreation classes will -be conducted. Workers in the school will be Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Durham, Mrs. Jim Sikes, Mrs. Harry Patterson, Mrs. Mack Bush, Mrs. Bill Bradley, Mrs.. Od.is Emmert, Mrs. Bodell Byers, and Misses Patricia Kimbro, and Linda and Bebb Sikes. White Finishes at Lubbock CC Rudell White is one of 70 students scheduled to receive a diploma from Lubbock Christian College, Lubbock, on May 22. White, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ople White of Quail, has completed requirements for the Associate of Artss, one of three diplomas conferred iby the junior college. White entered LCC in the fall of 1962. Baccalaureate services were held Sunday, May 17, and Commencement; exercises are set for 8 p.m. Friday, May 22. The Saracens introduced scientific irrigation into Andalu- sian Spain after the conquest in the 8th century. NOW... GREAT NEW ENCO EXTRA! tNCOfXTRA 3£ MMH>HHMBHM| ||j|j H ^|?^J PUT A TIGER IN YOUR TANK! New Power-formula Enco Extra gasoline boosts power three ways... preserves the power of new engines ... restores lost power to many older engines: 1. 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