The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 21, 1964 · Page 14
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 14

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 21, 1964
Page 14
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QUAIL GRADUATES The seventeen boys and girls graduating at Quail this year have a special distinction, for they complete their high school work on the 60th anniversary of the organization of the first Quail School. Graduates in the tap row, from left, are: Carrol Kennedy, Margie DePauw, John W. Carson and Janice Patton McKinney. In the second row, from left, are David Phipps, Robert Russell, Jackie DePauw, and Mike Mitchell. In the bottom row, from left, are Eddie McGill, Agatha Wright, Duane Campbell and Ann Baggett Nation. Dodson Teachers Plan Study Several members of the Dodson school faculty will study in area colleges during the summer. Mrs. Hoyt Ellis will complete the work for her degree, with a major in English, at Booker T. Washington Wayland Baptist College. Mrs. Sherrell Beanland will' enroll for courses in library science in Central State College, Edmond, Obla. Bill Lackey will do graduate work in West Texas State University, where he took his bachelor's degree. Drills are believed to be the first rotary tools invented. Congratulations Graduates! Wellington Samnorwood Dodson Quail We take pleasure in extending warm congratulations to all graduates of Collingsworth county. It has been a pleasure to hare you and your parents as our customers. As you face the future, whether it is continued education, or entering immediately the working world and taking your place in community life, we hope your every undertaking is successful. But in looking to the future, we urge you to look first at Collingsworth County, for the present or after your education is completed. We believe you have something to contribute to our future. This county needs the fine young men and women who are graduating from its high schools this Spring. Parsons Drug Sandy Parsons, Owner Phone 447-5515 Marie Kilgorc Valedictorian of the graduating class at Booker T. Washington high school iV Marie Kilgore. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kdlgore, 409 Ennis Street, and was born. Aug. 2, 1946 at Arcadia, La. She 'has attended only Booker T. Washington School. Marie was in the school choir, dramatic chxb, octet, and Girls Glee Club. She also belonged to the Girls Recreation Association. The Octet won first place in TnterscholastJic League competition dn 1960, 1961 and 1963. Marie also won first place in senior spelling trvro years and second in typing. She is president of the senior class. Government and English are Marie's favorite subjects', and reading and bowling her hobbies. Marie plans to attend Texas Southern 1 University at Houston and she hopes to major in foreign languages and become •an interpreter. Calvin Roland Calvin Roland has brought many honors to Booker T. Washing-ton School and he climaxed these at the State Interscholastic League meet at Prairie View this year when he was runner up in the 440 yard dash. He also won first place in League competition as bass in the octet in 1960, 1961 and 1963, and this year was second as soloist. He placed first in the 440 yard dash in district competition'. Calvin also played basketball and sang in the school choir awd the Boys Glee Club. 'English, history and government are his favorite subjects, and drawing is ihis hobby. He plans to attend Texas Southern University at Houston or Texas State, majoring in construction technology. •Calvin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roland of Wellington, and was born at Tenaha. All his school work was. done at Booker T. Washington. Jesse Culpepper Vtice president of the senior class is Jesse Culipepiper, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Culpepper of Wellington. He was born May 11, 1945 at Shreveport, La., but has had aill of his schooling at Booker T. Washington. In high school he played basketball, football, track and baseball. He was chosen Mr. Valentine in 1962, 1963 and 1964, and he is a member of the school chorus and the jBoys Glee Club. Jesse was a member of the Octet which won first place in 1960, 1961, and 1963, and he placed second as tenor soloist in competition at Cameron; College, LawtJon, Okla. He placed second in the mile run in 1963 and 1964 Interscholastic League competition. Physics and English, are his favorite studies, and flaying all sports and singing are his hobbies. Jesse plans to enter the armed forces and make this his career. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 21,1964 Wheeler in Silver Key PORTALES, N.M.— Silver Key, honorary scholastic society at) Eastern New Mexico University had it® annual iban- quet Friday night, May 8 and 55 students were initiated into membership. One of those initiated! was Danny Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wheeler and Quail high school graduate. Members are elected from the upper 10 per cent of the reg- ular graduate students, the upper 10 per cent of the senior class, and the upper 5 per cent of the junior class, and the upper 5 per cent of the sophomore class on the basis of grades earned an ttjhree semesters immediately preceding election^ HIGHWAY MILEAGE UI» Texas highway mileaige has increased since 1941 from 20,359 miles to 65,798; autos have increased from 1,700,000 to 5,500,000; Highway Department employment has grown from 7,600 to 16,000. Now if you're saying to yourself "That's a swell looking car, but I couldn't afford it," we'd like a quiet word with you. That car Is a Pontiac Catalina, lowest priced of the big Pontiacs. Catalina has everything that makes a Pontiac a Pontiac—the superlative style, the extra-careful construction, the big-muscled Trophy V-8 performance, the road-wedded Wide-Track ride. Everything. And, the price is very, very right. It must be. After all, you don't get into third place in sales just by selling cars to rich people- Now, how about having a quiet word with your nearest Pontiac dealer. WldB'TCflCk See your authorized Pontiac dealer for a wide choice of Wide-Tracks and Qood used cars, too. Johnson Pontiac and Buick Eighth & Dallas Wellington, Texas SEE THE GENERAL MOTORS NEW YORK WORLD'S FAD? We Are Ready to Handle Your OATS AND BARLEY We are now ready to handle your 1964 wheat. Top market prices will be paid at all times. If you prefer to put your grain in the Government Loan we have bonded storage to accomodate your needs. For prompt, efficient and courteous service, bring your wheat to Singley. Phone 447-2034 Singley Mill & Elevator Wellington, Texas

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