The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 21, 1964 · Page 11
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 11

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 21, 1964
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THESE GRADUATE FROM WELLINGTON FRIDAY NIGHT These 12 are among the 39 students who will be graduated from Wellington high school Friday night, May 22. Most of them have attended only the Wellington schools. In the top row, from left, are Lyndal Bowen, Glenn Thomas, Patty Overtoil and Charles Black. Second row, from left, Stanley Harrison, Tim Bailey, Vicki Killian and Winston Hicks. Bottom row, left to right, Rose Montgomery, Craig Bergvall, Billy Clubb and Danny Martin. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Administrator's deed: Okie Loving, administrator to Del- beirt Seal—638 acres, being all of section 22, Mock 14. John Gulfey and others to Del'bert L. Seal—section 22, in block 14 (638 acres). H. S. Riggs and wife to Joe S. Simpson—lots 19 and 20, block 162, Wellington. Wilton Ketchum and wife to H. S. Riggs—'lots 23 and 24, block 162, Wellington. W. V. Lister and wife to K. E. Lister—E/2 of SE/4 section 46, 'block 16. Quit-claim deed: E. C. Purves to Elwyn A. Trim— S/2 section 95, block 14. C. A. Winton and wife to Farris L. Cornelius—lots 7, 8, and 9, block 81, Wellington. Kate Cocke Terry and husband >by Frank Cocke, attorney in fact, to 0. A. Kiker and wife—lots 7 through 11, block 3, Cocke Heights Addition, Wellington. Texas 65 Health Insurance Open for Enrollment The Texas 65 Health Insurance Association will hold its second open, enrollment period for senior citizens during the first t[wo weeks of June, according to an announcement by H. Lewis Rietz of Houston, president of the association. "Over 50,000 Texans, past the age of 65, took advantage of the first Texas 65 enrollment period last October. However, it has become increasingly apparent tjhat many more of our senior citizens wish to avail themselves of the benefits of Texas 65, so we have decided to open the program for additional enrollments June through June 15," Rietz said. "That Texas 65 is filling the need we hoped it would is evidenced by the fact that over $1 million has ibeen paid in laims to 4500 senior citizens of our state since the program went into effect last November," Rietz concluded. During the first two weeks of June any reside-nti of Texas, past the age of 65, may pur- hase t)he low cost health insurance regardless of age or physical condition and without :ompletinp; a 'lengthy medical questionnaire. Husbands and wives of those s't 65 who purchase the in- insurance also qualify for Texas 65, regardless of age. It may also be purchased by sons and daughters in behalf of par- en l,s or relatives without the necessity of the insurcd's signature. The Texas 65 Health Insurance Association was authorized by unanimous vote of the 58th Texas Legislature and was ndorsed by Governor John lonnally. The unique health insurance program offers three iplans for bhe senior citizen. The basic plan pays a maximum of $12 per day for a hospital room up to 31 days, a part of the costis of doctor's hospital' visits, surgical fees up to $200 and miscellaneous charges up to $125. Monthly premiums for tjiis iplan are $9. The major medicail plan costs $10 per month and covers hospital expenses up to $5,000 during any calendar year, or aibout SO per cent of all hospital, surgical and nursing home expenses after the first $75. This plan is designed primarily for those who have some basic insurance coverage, or who are financially aible to meet the costs of -basic coverage. The third Texas 65 Iplan is * ai **" llltllll> Congratulations Graduates Wellington • Samnorwood • Dodson • Quail You have been in and out of our place of business since your lollypop days, and when we say "Congratulations" it is a personal message. We are not inclined to give advice to such a group as you, with your fine minds, your educational background, your integrity and fair- mindedness. But we would urge you to get as much additional education as you can, to better prepare you for the future. We commend to you two things: One is hard work. Come to terms with it and you will find it profitable and stimulating. You won't go far without it. The other is active participation in Community life. A community is its people, and in a few years, those people will be you. Clark Chevrolet a combination of both <tjhe basic and major medical 1 plans. Premiums for this plan are $19 per month. The basic or major medical plan may be purchased separately or in combination under plan three. Benefits of THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 21, 1964 by an association of 64 Texas insurance companies authorized Texas 65 are guaranteed an<d underwritten to do ibusiHetss in the state. Congratulations Graduates! Wellington • Quail Samnorwood • Dodson ow you come face to face with your future! All the knowledge you hare gained through the years will go to work for you. We hope your future is here in Collingsworth. Those in high places feel the Eastern Panhandle, of which we are the heartland, is the place of the future. We believe you can be an important part of that great future. But whatever you decide to do, we invite you to discuss your plans with us. We welcome this opportunity to help. City State Bank In Wellington Over 50 Years of Dependable Banking Service Congratulations Graduates of 1964 Wellington - Dodson Samnorwood - Quail The days ahead are many-splendored, as you go about the graduation activities of your various schools. All of us wish you well. To all graduates of the county, we say that you are a credit to your school district ... to your communities. We admire the bright look you give the future, and we hope you can build those plans for the future to include living in Collingsworth County and becoming leaders in your home communities. VUMORE COMMUNITY ANTENNA 1410 Dallas St. Hurshel Tyler, Manager Phone 447-5841 Wellington, Texas

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