The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 21, 1964 · Page 15
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May 21, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 15

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BocietyftewA THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 21, 1964 April Wedding of Former Dodson Man and Amarillo Girl Announced Here Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss ILynda Jean Boorie - and Wilton Kenneth Brewsiter, which took place Saturday, Ajpwl 11 in ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Green 1 in Amarillo. Marion Ginn, minister of the Church of Christ, officiated. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Albert Boorie Sr. and the late Mr. Boone of Sunray, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brewster of Dodson. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Albert fljoone of Dumas. She wore a white silk linen suit and her short veil of sdlk illusion was attached to a white satin circlet. She carried yellow rosebuds on a white lace-covered Bible. Matron of honor -was Mrs. T. T. Cooper, sister of the bride, who wore a blue linen suit and carried white roses, while the best man was Sonny Shumaker of Dumas. A reception followed in the Green home. The bride was graduated from Sunray high school and Space and Form Beauty School. She is employed dn AmarMlo. The bridegroom was graduated from Arnett high school and attended Southwestern State College at Weatherford, Okla. Later ihe was graduated from West Texas Barber College in Amarillo, and is employed in Canyon. The couple is at home at 1100 West 13th, Amarillo. Members of the Dodson jun- or class entertained the sen- ors, faculty and school 'board members and other guests with he traditional banquet Friday evening, May 15, in Kirby's >ining Room, Hollis(. Entertainment was a pro;ram of guitar music by Gary jane, with a range that inolud- d popular songs, ballads and semi-classical numbers. Lane is music and education director of First Baptist Ohurch, Hollis. Mrs. Hoyt Ellis read the B&PW Club Holds Guest Night, Then Names Officers for Comming Year Members of the Wellington Business and Professional Women's Club entertained their husbands and other guests at the May 12 meeting, when John Coleman showed pictures made on a recent t,our of the Far East. These were made in Hawaii, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the Philippines', Malaysia, Thailand, Burma, India, and in Africa, Italy, Spain and Puerto Rico. Presented as the Girl of the Month was Joyce Alexander, 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alexander of the Lutie community. A graduating senior in Samnorwood high school, Miss Alexander has been a class office! 1 , a member of the National Beta Club, an outstanding girl athlete, and one of this area's leading 4-H Club girls. She also has received innumerable honors from her class mates. Din-ing the business session, Mrs. Byron Duncan was elected president of the club for the coming year, Mrs. Gorman Owens, first vice (president; Mrs. Dudley Phipps second vice pres- ident; Mrs. Raymond Patton, secretary; and Mrs. H. L. Jenkins treasurer. These officers will be installed Tuesday evening, May 20 with Miss Vera 1 Tops Gilreath of Memphis as t,he installing officer. Their duties will begin with the opening of the new club year July 1, and in the meantime they will attend the state convention^ of Business & Professional Women's Clubs* in Forth Worth, June 5 through 7 In charge of the program on Tuesday evening were Mrs Jenkins, chairman, Mrs. Guy Owens and Mrs. Francis Rob erts. Attending were 'Mr. and Mrs Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Emmert, Miss Bessie Rainer Mrs. Bura Handley, Mrs. Mish Dukeminier, Mr. and Mrs. C T. Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Barjenbruch, Mrs. Johi Justdce of Clarendon, Mrs. R H. Isbell, Miss Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Coleman Mrs. V. E. Warrick, Mrs. Jen kins, Mrs. Fred WatkiiiS', Mrs S. B. Jackson, Mrs. G\. W Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Dun can, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bart- Dodson Juniors Honor Seniors and Other Guests With Annual Banquet Young Matrons Plan Tea Mrs. Donald Coleman was iiostess to Samnorwood members of the Young Matrons Hub recently, when the group made iplans for a silver tea and book review to 'be 'held Thursday, June 4. At that time, Mrs. J. M. Tindall of Shamrock will review "Things Were Simpler Then". The tea will be held in the foyer of the Samnorwood nasium. Proceeds will be donated by the club to a fund to buy (playground equipment for the Sam- nonvood community >park. Mrs. Kenneth King presided at the business meeting and refreshments were served to Mrs. Denzil Deger, Mrs. James Martindale, Mrs. King, Mrs. J. H. Old'ham, Mrs. Douglas Coleman and Mrs. John Stages. Lora Jean Martin Party Honoree Mrs. iLora Martin was hostess Wednesday, May 13 at a patio party honoring her daughter, Lora 1 Jean, on her eleventh birthday. The children played softbal and volleyball, and later refreshments of birthday cake ice cream and pop were serv ed. Attending were Susana Pet evs, Debbie Millsap, Barbara Wilbur, Gail Hedger, and Lin da Orr. enior class iprophecy and Bill jackey was toastmaster. The lev. Maurice Moore gave tjhe nvocation and the Rev. Mr. Jarnwrd the benediction. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. \ E. Lennon, the Rev. and'Mrs. loyt Ellis, Bill 'Lackey, Mrs. ). T. lackey, Mrs. Hiram Cudd, Mrs. Effie Tippie, Mr. and Mrs. herrill Beanland, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts, Ted Parker, Mrs. Ruth High- iower, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howill, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Motsenbocker, 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hunt, Mr. and Mr®. Ed hrowdur, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Clipper, Mrs. Vey Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. Truett Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Sugg, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Teutsch, the v. and Mrs. Moore and the Rev. and Mrs. Barnard, Larry Ellis, Carolyn Wilkerson, Jan Gulley, Mary Ruth Buchanan, Linda 1 Watson, Shdr- ey Motsenbocker, Edith Lemons, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lane, and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Roberson. ilett, Mr. and Mrs. Zook Thorn as and Nancy Sue, Miss Edith Jackson, Mis: Sara Jones, Mrs 1 . Gorman Ow ens, Mi-, and Mrs'. D. C. (Lacy Mrs. Phipps, Mr. and Mrs. A A. McQueary, Mr. and Mrs. Ru fus Sweat, Mr. and Mrs. Tru man Estes, Mrs. Don Jones aw Mrs. A. V. Lowrie. Parfy Honors WHS Band •Mrs. Lora Martin a-nd her daughter, iLaquita, were hostesses at) a party honoring members of the 'high school band Thursday evening, May 14, at their home. During the evening, the group listened to records, danced, and ipTayed volleyball. Hot dogs and pop were serv- Parfy Honors Pam Mitchell Pam Mitchell was honored with a party at Ellison Park on her eighth birthday, ,Thursday May 14. Favors of ibubble gum, balloons and whistles were given and the children iplayed on the park playground equipment. Birthday cake, jelly beans and pop were served. Children on the guest list) were Beth Derryberry, Debbie Aaron, Scott Aaron, Kim Aaron;, ILuanne Berg, Edith Hicks, Becky Cates, James Reynolds, Jeannie Reynolds, Renee Mitchell, Angie Mitchell, Denise Mitchell, Verna Rudy, Teresa Weddle, Dan Mitchell and Debbie Neeley. Clouds have been measured 55 rniles above the earth. SKIN ITCH DON'T SCRATCH IT- Scratching spreads infection, causing MORE pain. Apply quick-drying ITOH-ME-NOT instead. Itching quiets down in minutes and antiseptic action helps speed healing. Fine for eczema, insect bites, foot itch, other surface rashes. If not pleased, your 48tf back at any drug store. TODAY at PARSONS DRUG. Mary Elder * * * Elder-Henley Vows Planned Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Elder of the Abra community are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Mary Kathaleen to Billy Jack Henley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henley of Shamrock. The wedding will take place Sunday, June 14 at 3:30 o'clock in the First Baptist Church, Shamrock. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. ed. Attending were Nancy Crawley, Janyth Estes, Ann Orr, Jane Orr, Debra Peters, Patricia Bouchelle, Sandra Carter, Jackie Barton, Carol Blain, Dan Warrick, Linda Karnes, Melanie Williams, LaJuanda Peters, Anna Kay Kelso, Marsha Tyler, Cleland StaMings, John iBar- jenbruch, Lyndal Bowen, Nancy Thomas, Patricia Thomas 1 , Tommy Thomas, Judy Millsap, Glenn Koons, Graham Bowen, Jerry Havron, Cheryl Needham, Delores Moody, Bryant Harris, Freddy Peters, Dan-ell Colson, Laquita Martin, Lora Jean Martin, Dwight, Bowen and Mrs. David Peters. HD Council Plans Coming Events Initial plans for the "Christmas in October" sponsored by the Home Demonstration Olub Council, were made when that group met Monday, May 11 in the county courtroom. It will be held in the community building, Mrs. Katjhryn Barjenbruch, home demonstration agent, has announced. Also during the business session, it was requested that yearbook suggestions from the clubs be handed in at the June council meeting. A leaders training meeting on freezing fruits and vegetables was announced for 2 p.m. May 27. •Mrs. David Peters reported on :t)he district) convention in Perryton, and Mrs. (Bill Brewster was in charge of the recreation period. "LET'S GO!" ... to a ld\e resort in General Telephone Country CHEVROLET makes all types of quality trucks NEW CARS AND TRUCKS C. W. Caison, Wellington — Chevrolet pickup. John W. Aaron — Ford Tudor. Texoma - Water Wonderland This great lake lying in the romantic Red River Valley, is one of America's most popular resort centers, with favorite access routes through General Telephone towns such as Sherman, Whitesboro and Gordonville. Seventy million people visited it in recent years exceed' ing Yellowstone National Park attendance. More than 8000 boats from small craft to luxury yachts make highways of its sparkling waters. Its millions of visitors are attracted by facilities which range from convenient camp sites to luxurious resorts, with overnight lake' side accommodations for 1500 or more people. It is, in fact, a water wonderland for swimming, fishing, boating, skiing and all water sports — a shining example of fabulous places to go and things to see in General Telephone Country. GENERAL TELEPHONE OF THE SOUTHWEST FV«H WE ARE READY TO HANDLE YOUR WHEAT Handsome/go^^ it remarkable traction. All-welded unitized construction. Big side and rear^dors have doublevvalls. Load floor just 16 inches off grpuncj, 1,700-1 b. payload capacity. Deep cushion seat. Easy entfy&KeyJocks on all cjoor$.,95'hp engine never needs water! oflni^e^p lt'$ th jCprvir 95 Qorvan! CHEVROLET QUALITY TRUCKS COST LESS Check the T-N-T truck deals now at your Chevrolet dealer's BARLEY IN THE GOVERNMENT LOAN OR PERSONAL STORAGE - WE ALSO PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICES AT ALL TIMES. PLANTING SEED We have the complete lines of Golden Acres, Richardson and Paymaster Planting Seed and below you will find some of the favorites. Golden Acres TE 66 TE 77 RS 610 Hay Grazer Richardson 202 R 303 R Hy R Graze Silo Master Ensilage Paymaster Ute Comanche Sweet Sioux Crop Guard 3 Little Indians (for grazing feed) CLARK CHEVROLET CO. 42-9004 1009 Ninth St. Wellington, Texas Phone 447-5422 We also have DeKalb and Horthrup King Planting Seed, Olin Mathieson Water Soluable Fertilizers and Anhydrous Ammonia — Sol-U-Phos Liquid Fertlizer. Plenty of Applicators WARRICK FEED STORE

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