The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 21, 1964 · Page 12
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May 21, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 12

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tClaudine Conner This year's winner of the (Betty Crocker award in homemaking, Claudine Conner, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Carl Conner of Dozier Route, Shamrock. She was born Nov. 10, 1945, in Shamrock. Claudine attended Shamrock schools from 1952 to 1956, then transferred to Samnorwood. In high school, she was freshman treasurer, secretary of | the junior and senior classes. She also has been Library Club secretary; Future Homemakers reporter and secretary; a member of the Future Teachers of America ,two years, and 5s on the annual staff %is year. Claudine iptayed basketball two years and volleyball three. She was in the junior, senior, and speech plays. Also Claudine was a member of the student council the last two yeara and she was chosen Carnival Queen and Glass Favorite last year. English is her favorite subject and she will attend West Texas State University at Canyon. Jnnic Schaub Janie is the sixth of seven children of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schaub who live in the north part of the county. She was /bom April 25. 194G at Wellington. She has attended only Samnorwood schools. Jane was a member of the Future Homemakers of America 1 , Future Teachers of America, and the office club. She played basketball, volleyball and Softball, and she was in the cast of the speech class play. Her favorite subjects ai-e named as chemistry and government, while cooking and sewing are 'her hobbies. Jane's plans are uncertain. William Douglas Wright The seniors' Class Favorite is William Douglas Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wright of iLefla. He was iborn April 13, 1945 at Shamrock. Before coming to Samnorwood two years ago, William attended Lela school 8 years and 'Shamrock high school two years. At Norwood he 'has ibeen a member of the Future Farmers of America and Future Teachers of America. He played basketball, was a member of the annual staff and took part in the senior play. Physical education is his favorite subject and hunting and fishing; his hobbies. He plans to work for a while after he graduates. Barbara Jean Hill Valedictorian of the 1964 graduating class .is auburn- haired Barbara Jean Hill, the daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. Harald M. Hl'll, who live in the China Grove community. She has lived here all of her life, although she was 'born in Wheeler Nov. 6, 1945. Barbara has taken all of her school work at Samnorwood. 'Bartoara was a member of the Future Teachers of America, Bete Club, Future Homemakers of America, and the office cluib. She was on the annual! staff and in the cast of the junior and senior plays, and participated in the junior play again this year, ias did other members of the senior class. She iplayed basketball and lettered one year, and also played volleyball and soft|ball. Barbara's favorite subjects are math and science, while lealihercrafts and horseback riding; are her hobbies. Barbara will .attend Southwestern State College at Weatherford, Okla., and study pharmacy. Jimmy Martindale West Texas State University is the choice of Jimmy Martindale, who has won many honors in Samnorwood high school: He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Martindale of Dozier Route, Shamrock, and was born at Shamrock Sept. 4, 1945. Jimmie has attended only Samnorwood schools. His activities have included both athletics and organization work. Jimmie was a member of the FTA two years; office club two years; the Future Farmers chapter four years. He was a member of Beta Club two years and is vice president this year. He is also vice president of tine senior class, was president »f 't)he sophomore class 'and a memiber of the Student Council. Chosen for 'all-district basketball team last year and this, Jimmie played four years, and THE WELUNGTON (TEXAS) LEADER "] Thursday, May 21, 1964 DOZIER NEWS RITZ Dial<447-2575 Thursday -— Friday A-MY TECHNICOLOR* >' A CAUTtA-LYK. MMO-MRCUMWUTIH PHOOUCTKHI • A UHVtRSAl Klttg Sat. - Sun. — Mon. - Tues. GA Wed., May 27th Bargain Nite TO fXPLOSIVe ADVCHTUHCI (Too Late for Last Week) • Nearly everyone in >t|his community received some storm damage last Tuesday night. Some outbuildings were blown away. Three TV antennas in Boaier were .blown down, those of Boy Hoffman, Ross Taylor and Ralph Owens. A shed at) the farm of Mrs. C. H. Caperton was unroofed. Shingles were .blown off one of the Phillips girls house. Part of the car shed was blown down and trees broken at the home of Mrs. J. A. Coleman; J. H. Oldham had some cotton .trailers blown over. One chicken 'house, with 100 chickens on the inside, was blown down on the Bill Shields farm. Windows were 'blown out of the Donald Kirkland house on the Wischkaemper farm east of Dossier. • Henry Carreker Is visiting his brother, Frank Carreker, of Oklahoma CitJy. • The rain was just what we wished for, 2 and 2.5 inches and some hail Sunday. • Robert Caperton and wife, Mrs. C. H. Caperton and Mrs. Jennie Shields visited in Brownfield with Dr. Claud Caiperton and family over the week end. • Mrs. 'Bill Shields is keep, ing store while Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffman went to Austin for their son, Billie. . • Those from the Dozier area who are in the hospital are Henry Bookman and Mrs. Bill Maiberry in the Shamrock Hospital; and Mr®. Bill Knoll in Northwest Texas Hospital, Amarillo. • Mrs. Zera Phillips of El Paso is visiting' her mother, Mrs. Jennie Shields: and family. Stone Age man fabricated sharp tools from lint and obsidian. BEAUTY PLUS TOP GRADES Six lovely girls of this year's graduating class are including some of the top ranking students scholastically. All participate in many school activities. In the top row, from left, are Donna Allred, Pat- sy McDanel and Nancy Crawley. Below are Patricia Bouchelle, left, Carol Blain, the salutatorian, and Anne Henard. QUAIL NEWS By Mrs. G. T. Stephens • This community received approximately one inch of rain Sunday, May 10. The rain was also played baseball four years. He was chosen girls baaket- •baill sweetheart last year; the best actor in the junior and senior plays; most improved 1 basketball (player, and most versatile boy and best athlete of the senior class. Last year he was chosen one of the county's representatives to Boys Sfyite. Speech, chemistry and biology are Jimmy's favorite subjects. accompanied by hail that damaged the fruit and early gardens. • Mr. and Mm. Roy Peg- gram spent Sunday in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Camp and children. • Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Crabtree visited Sunday in Amarillo with her sister who has been ill. • Henry Alexander was a guest Monday in the home of his sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gollihugh. • Mothers Day visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Obie White were their children, Mr. and Mrs. John Alf Thomas and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Wihite and children; Mr. and Mrs. Elvis White and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harold White and children of Hedley. and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Farris and Tommy of Amarillo. • Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cotteell of Alamosia, Colo., recently visited with friends ihere. • Week end guests dn the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Stephens were Mr. and Mrs. George Stephens and Sherry and Trent of Slidell; Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Poteet and Eddie, Mike and Charles Montgomery, a>ll of Luibbock; James O. Miller and Stevie and Mylina, of Turkey, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Martin of -Memphis. • Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop visitjed in Amarillo this past week end with relatives. • Mr. and Mrs. Ira Page and children of Clarendon, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bell and children of Amarillo were guests of their mother, Mrs. Juda JBell this past week end. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coleman Jr. and family of Dimmitt spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coleman Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson. • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Campbet spent Sunday in Sayre, Okla., with relatives. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Effective immediately, all my business will be conducted under my name W. P. ESTES rather than as my nickname, Bill Estes, as I have been called by my friends in the past. My wife and I and my parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Estes, will not be responsible for any accounts or bills made in the name of Bill Estes. 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