The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 28, 1964 · Page 5
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May 28, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 5

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LADY ASTRONAUT—Dr. George Mueller, head of NASA'i Manned Space Flight Program, chats with Ladye Montgomery, 17, who alta In a mock Mercury space capsule. She demonstrated for television the function of gyroscopes in controlling the craft. Friday Morning 5/x Boys Graduate from Quail 8th Grade Six boys made Tip t;he graduating class from Quail's eighth grade school this year. The group received their diplomas in a graduation program Friday morning, May 22. Herman Moseley, superintendent of schools, was the speaker. Addresses were given by the honor graduates, Gary Don Neeley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Neeley, high ranking student; and Darrell Colson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Colson, second high ranking boy. Mrs. Lewis Morris, school principal, presented the diplomas. Giving the invocation was Jarrell Fielding, while J. R. Downs gave the benediction, and music was toy the high school ensemble singing "Thank Drive Carefully Memorial Day, Patrolman God for America," and "Ever Onward." Students receiving diplomas were Darrell Colson, J. R. Downs, Jarrell Fielding, Bert Huff, Gary Mitchell and Gary Don Neeley. Norwood Seniors Visit Houston, New Orleans j Houston, New Orleans and Biloxi are the major stops on the senior, trip for 13 Samnxnv wood senior® and their eight parents and sponsors. The group left 'by school bus Saturday afternoon, May 23 and will be gone six days. At Houston, their first stiop, the group saw the Houston Colt 45's in a 'baseball game, visited San Jacinto Battleground and monument, took a boat tour of the harbor, and' visited otfier points of interest. They followed the Gulf coast into New Orleans, where they stayed two days- and nights. Visits to .the French Quarter and a fooat trip down the Missr dssippi, as well as trips to other points of interest in that city. In Biloxie, Miss., the point farthest east on the trip, the seniors and their parents went deep sea fishing. On the senior trip were Barbara Hill, Wayne Lindley, Bill NEWS OF MEN IN SERVICE SEVENTH U.S. ARMY, Germany.—Army Chief Warrant Officer Melvin F. Breeden, son of Mrs. Lplo Breeden, Shamrock, participated in Exercise Springboard, a two-week com- niarid post training exercise, with the Seventh U.S. Army in Germany, ending April 30. ; The exercise was designed to perfect standing operating procedures and to evaluate communication procedure. The 35-year-old officer entered the Army in September 1948. ' He was .graduated from Quail high, school in 1946. Wiscihkaemper, Bonnie Lisle, Jimmy Martlndale, Danny Knoll, Sunny Kay Wright, Linda ILee Word, Joyce Alexander, Clfcudine Conner, Janie Schaub, Tommy Lee White, and William Douglas* Wright. Accompanying them were Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Stephens, sponsors, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wischkaemper, and Mr. and Mrs. .Buck Martindale. Dozier Cemetery Work May 30 There will toe a cemetery- Working at , Dozier Cemetery, May 30, Memorial Day. _ Mrs. .Wood, Coleman, secretary-treasurer of the cemetery association asks that everyone interested come early and bring rakes and hoes. Donations wilt be accepted in order that additional work may be done. Those wishing may bring lunches. Horse Club Begins Meetings The Collingswprth County 4-H Horse Club has resumed its summer meetings, County Agent Cecil Regier announced this week. Meetings are held each Tuesday at 8 p.m. Fourteen boys «nd girls- attended last week's meeting. . Any boy or girl (between the ages of 9 and 21 who has a :horse is eligible to join the chib, Regier explained. Meetings are at the rodeo arena. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS). LEADER Thursday, May 24, 1964 OIL AND GAS NEWS Assignment of lease: Robert 0. Lister Jr. to V. P. Head— NW/4 section 99, block 12. Robert 0. Lister Jr. to V. P. Head—SE/4 section 99, block 12. I/ease: Dorsey Bubtram, attorney in fact for Frank Buttram, to Robert 0. Lister Jr.— E/2 section 77, block 12. Lease: Dorsey Buttram, attorney in fact for Frank Buttram—section 83, block 12. Lease: Dorsey Buttram, attorney in fact for Frank Buttram, to Robert 0. Lister Jr.— section 63, block 12. Lease: Rosa Bell Peggram Johnson .to Texaco, Inc.—NW/4 of SW/4 section 81, (block 21. Ratification of lease: L.Clyde Drake and wife to Texaco, Inc. —NE/4 section 81, block 21. Ratification of lease: 0. B. Scott and wife to Texaco, Inc. —W.120 acres of S/2 section 129, block 21. Assignment of lease: Robert 0. ILister Jr. to V. P. Heed- NW/4 section 82, block 12. Assignment of Uease: Robert 0. Lister Jr. to V. P. Head— NE/4 section 82, block 12. Assignment of lease: 0. H. Hammer to Toby Thompson— SW/4 section 65,-block 12. Waiier Gets Degree at Teech Texas Tech will confer a record number of diplomas durnig spring commencement exercises at 8 p.m. May 30 in Lubbock Municipal Coliseum. Approximately 1100 students are degree candidates for the graduation ceremony which will feature an address toy Dr. Joseph Royall Smiley, president of the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Among the candidates for degrees is Doyce Ray Wauer of Wellington, School of Agriculture, 'bachelor of science degree in animal husbandry. The spoked wheel was invented for war chariots' to give speed, lightness and ease of control. Urges Capt. J. W. Blackwell, Highway Patrol commander for the Amarillo district today called 1 on all motorists to. exercise extreme caution over the coming -Memorial Day week end. In a conference at the district headquarters, plans for enforcement activities were discussed. "Over this week end," said Blackwell, "all available highway patrol units will ibe in service. They will be using all means of detecting traffic violators. We anticipate that radar will be in sei-vice for a large part of the time." He emphasized that the apprehension of violators.is only part of the job of the highway patrol. "Our men will be on the lookout for the motorist who is having trouble and will try to be of assistance whenever possible," he said. Last year with only a one- day holiday there were seven deaths on highways in Texas. With the three-day holiday this year it is anticipated there will be a substantial increase in the number of accidents, deaths and injuries on our streets and highways. Here are a few (pointers presented by the Captain to ihelp motorists to have a safe and pleasant week end. 1. Check your car's 'safety equipment before leaving on a trip. 2. Plan your trip to allow plenty of time for frequent rest stops and plenty of time to make the drive within the safe speed .limits. 3. Drive defensively and use common sense in all week end activities. "Make this holiday one of pleasure instead of tragedy. Drive to arrive alive," said Capt. IBlackwell. Ask About Our REVOLVING CREDIT Now at SAIED'S Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Crawley of Le veil and visited in the homes of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Crawley and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Crawley are former residents of Collingsworth coun- ;y. Mrs. Crawley reports that they have had very little rain n their area, but that crops n the irrigated sections are 'inc. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Peterson were her sisters, Mrs. Anita Kaughman and Mrs. iBerttha F.lower of Wichita, Kan. Mr. and -Mrs. Claude Groves and David Lynn were in Waco Friday to attend the graduation of Dheir daughter, Jolene, from Baylor Uniiversaty. They came back by DaJlas and visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Barton Groves. Mr. and Mrs. iLeon Martin visited Mr. and Mrs. James Owen in Wichita Falls. Mr. Martin and Mr. Owen were in service together. Mrs. Bill Warrick of Hereford' visited, several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jenkins. She came to attend the graduation of her sister-in-law, Miss Frances Warrick. She also visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Velman Warrick. Teenage Films Continued The fifth film, "Teenage Loyalty," will be shown this Sunday evening at First Christian Church. The starting .time will be 6 p.m. The story, outlined by Minister Hiram .Gassed; concerns Jean Ramsey, an active, outgoing teenager just starting her junior year in high school. She has always given much time and energy to the activities of her church. However, she decides to "go all out" for her junior year in school, and she becomes involved in too many interests. "Gradually her loyalties shift away from her church and her church friends. Through her older brother, friends, and an exchange student staying in her lome—and a real last-minute mix-up in planning for ia youth meeting—she comes to realize ihat her first loyalties should 3e with Christ and her church," Min. Cassel said. The program is for teenagers only. A discussion will follow the presentation of the film. All teenagers are cordially invited to attend, the minister said. Mr. -and Mrs. Kent Peeples and baby son of Canyon were here to attend the graduation of her sister, Miss Nancy Crawley, from Wellington high school Friday night. They visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Crawley and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peeiples. In Raton for the opening of the racing season last week end was Mrs. Dick Wiley. There she met Mrs. J. .G. Nesbitt of Dumas, formerly of Dodsoii, and other friends. DEL MONTE SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Del Monte 46 Oz. Pineapple-Grapefruit Del Monte 14 oz. Bottle JUICE 3for$100 CATSUP 3for49 c Mfflont* Del Monte 303 Size Del Monte 303 Size Zucchini BRAND QUALITY Fruit Cocktail 4 for $100 SQUASH .... 2 for 49< Del Monte 303 Size Del Monte Del Monte 303 Size GREEN LIMA ... 4 for $100 KRAUT ........ 2 for 31« Tomato Sauce Del Monte Pealed Del Monte — Quart Del Monte No. 2 Can PRUNE JUICE 43« Tomato Juice... 2 for 29 C TOMATOES ARMOUR STAR Going to Raton, N.M., for the first races of the summer season were Bernice Welch, T. Wyrick, Ike Rogers and Billy Mac Sims. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nunnelley and Mr. and Mrs. ILloyd Wooldridge attended idle opening of the racing season at Raton, N.M., last week end. Mrs. ILucile Baivcl and her granddaughter, Sandra 1 McGill, visited in Borger over the week end with her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baird. Raymond Ross of the Ross Ranch northwest of Quail was recently an Kingsloy, Kan., to visit his father, Homer Ross. B. W. Beaird, John Coleman and Sandy Parsons Jr. fished at Lugert Saturday. •••••!••••»•••* Dr. M. V. Cobb Chiropractor BL 6-1133 310 South Main Shamrock, Texas . 5 for 49* No. 303 4 for $100 3 Pound Can — HAMS TOP-O-TEXAS FRANKS FLAVORITE BACON 2 Pound Pkg. —. 59$ 2 Pounds — 79* FRESH Pint — Strawberries 294 Bananas Pound IOC FLOWERS-WREATHS Remember your loved ones on Memorial Day, May 30. We have all kinds of fresh flowers and lasting memorials. • Wreaths • SPRAYS • Potted Flowers • Potted Plants • Cut Flowers Flowers Wired Anywhere > Strong's Flowers LONG WHITE Pound Potatoes 50 Phone 447-2345 Dr Pepper 6 BOTTLE Reg. or King 39 Coffee SHURFINE Snowdrift 3 Pounds _ 690 590 Cake |X Duncan Nines J [Qf PUREX V 2 Gallon 15 Oz. Can — 10 Oz. Pkg. — Easy On Spray Starch ... 49* Ocean Breeze Shrimp 37* Mortons FRUIT PI 4 1.00

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