The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 28, 1964 · Page 11
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 11

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, May 28, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 24, 1964 Many Accomplishments Behind the Winner of FHA Achievement Degree Sharron Jenkins, Tommy Hunt Wed in Quiet Church Ceremony Here •:'•,.••• • - :.,•.. ;-•• ..-• , < J Miss Sharron Kay Jenkins of Hollis and Dodson Tommy Hunt were married of in a When Nancy Hill received her St&te Decree in Austin ato the State Future Homemakers of America 1 convention, she (became the second girt from Sam- iwrwood to receive the honor. Darlene Rainey ireecived her State Degree in 1963. Two other girls attended the meeting from Samnorwood! chapter: Jo Nell Breeding and Nancy Alexander. Accompanying them were Mrs. Bill Hill, Nancy's mother, and Mrs. Ar- •va Knight, FHA advisor. Nancy received her Junior Degree on Sept. 26, 1963, hoping some day she would receive the State Homemakers Degree. Nancy attended the State convention in Dallas during her sophomore year. She also received her Chapter Degree May 14, 1963. She has been top wanner of the Collingsworth County Fair for the past two years. She is now serving her chapter as president. She was a candidate for Area I first vice president tjhis year. And was selected Best Homemaker in the Who's Who this year. Nancy began working 'on her State Degree during the past summer. After compiling a book showing that she had achieved Iher goals, she and Mrs. Knight evaluated the goals and sent -them to the area office, March 21. In the recent election of officers, Nancy was elected to serve as. parliamentarian of the local chapter for the coming year. Nancy ha® attended two State meetings and three area meetings and all meetings of the local chapter since becoming an FHA member her freshman year. Nancy has been active in her school work. Achieving one of her goals which was being .active in school activities, she has kapt quite 'busy. She is manager of the Eaglettea <bas- "ketball team, a member of FHA, member of the Future Teachers Association, member of Beta Club, office helper and double-ring ceremony on Saturday, May 2," at five o'clock in the evening in Bowie 'Street Church of Christ. Only members of the families attended. Min. Grandol Forehand officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Marge Johnson of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Jack C. Jenkins of Hollis'. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hunt of Dodson are the parents of the bridegroom. Mr. Jenkins gave hia daughter in 1 marriage. She wore a white linen suit with blue accessories. The 'bride was a student in Hollis high school at the time of her marriage. The bridegroom was graduated from Dodson high school in, 19C:J and attended Clarendon Junior College. ' Attending the wedding were the parents of the bride and groom; his grondparenitp, Mr. and Mrs.•Gilbert Hunt; and an uncle and aint. Mr. and Airs. Clyde Alexander. , Following the ceremony, the couple left foi their new home. 2142 iLoyedaie Ave., Dallas. Samnorwood Young Matrons Hold Book Review and Silver Tea June 4 Mr. and Mrs*. Jerry Thompson of Weatherford, Okla., came during the latter part of last week to attend the graduation of her twin" brother, Dan Lang from Quail high school, and to visit their parente, Mr. and Mrs; Henry Langford and Mr. and Mrs. ,1/oren Thompson. : Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Welch of Lubbock were here over t)he week end visiting in the homes of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Dill Hatch and Mr. nnd Mrs. Oris West. Mr. and Mrs. Welch formerly lived in the Kelly community and came for the graduation of their grandson, Bryan Hatch. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holloway were in Oklahoma City last week to attend .the funeral of his 'brother, Roy Holloway. Mr. and Mrs. James McDowell and James and Eleise of Hereford spent Saturday with •Mrs. Sandy Parsons St., Mrs. Daisy Owen. and Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Floyd of Oklahoma City spent the week end with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey, and attended the 'high school graduation: Saburday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and Mr. and Mrs. Bailey visited in Amarillo with Mr. and Mrs. Temple Slay, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilder and Mr®. Vera Wilder. Visiting with .Gerald Summerford during the week end were his wife and children, Gera Lyn and Karl, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Summerford, all of Ft. Worth. Mrs. Summerford and the children will move here within the next few days. Mr. and Mr*. R. R. Crawley have returned from a trip on which they visited Mrs. Laura A. Crawley of Port Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hills of Rockport, Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Smith of Sweeney, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alexander of Oklahoma City. Jan Lindscy left last week for Conpus Christi, where she is enrolling in a beauty school for the summer vacation). Her parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cudd and Jim Lindsey, will go ito Corpus in early June for the summer cot" ton season. Mrs. Bill Cooke III and daughters, Kitty and Melissa, of Quail, visited in Vernonwith relatives Sunday afternoon. Visiting in Pampa during the week end were Mrs. 'Louise Kendrick and 4wsr daughter, Mickeye Ann. They were'gueSti of her parents', Mr. and Mrs. Stewart. ' Miss Peggy Shanks, student in Abilene Christian College^ ia visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shanks this -week before returning to attend the first week's session of the summer term. W. S. Neville Welding Service and Pipe Supply Water Well Pipe of All Sizes and Other Supplies 411 West 12th Street SHAMROCK, TEXAS Nancy Hill * * * class treasurer. She is now a music student of Mrs. Mack Bush. She 'began her music when 1 she started to school in 1953. This (past year she was runner-up in the Farm Bureau Queen contest. She was seTect- ed Most Loyal in the Who's Who this year. Nancy is active in the Lutie Baptist Church and is pianist for the Youth Organization. Nancy will 'be a senior this coming fall. She encourages each Future Homemaker to A book review and silver tea will be sponsored by the ••Samnorwood , Young Matrons Club Thursday, June 4, to which all women of the county are invited. Beginning at 2 p.m. the event will be held in. the foyer of Samnorwood gymnasium, according to Mrs. Kenneth King, •president. •Mrs. J. M. Tindall of Shamrock will review "Things Were Simpler Then," a humoixfilled book that is aptly described 'by the title. With many years experience in book reviewing, the speaker weaves a fascinating tale -with each story she presents, giving attention to detail as well as the major action. This tea is a benefit event, and proceeds -will be donated to a fund .to buy playground equipment for the Samnoi'wood community pai'k, just east of the school campus. The book review and tea is a regular meeting of the Young Matrons Club, Mrs. King said. work toward achievement. the degrees of She feels that Who's New in the Wellington Area Mr. and Mrs. Denny Harris of Palestine are the parents of a daughter, Ginger Denise born May 25. She weighed eight pounds and five ounces. The baby, granddaughter of Mrs. George Hutchings of Palestine, is al•so the great granddaughter -of Mrs. R. L. Tenison and Mrs. Gladys Harris of Wellington. these are some of the most valuable experiences a person will have dm'ing a lifetime. Mrs. Sherrill Club Speaker The Quail Friendship Club met Thursday, May 21 in the school homemaking cottage. Mrs. Ira Morgan, program chairman, introduced 'the guest speaker, Mrs. Jack Sherrill. Her theme was "Women of National and World Affairs." The 'business session was directed iby Mrs. Ray Godbey, club president. Mrs. Tom Wilson read the minutes of the last meeting. The letters of correspondence were read by Mrs. Monty Mitchell. The date set for the club's covered dish luncheon is June 11 in the Quail homemaking cottage. The members were served refreshments, by the hostess, Mrs. John Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Thompson and two children of Kansas City, Kan., were here for .the graduation of her brother, Winston Hicks, from Wellington high school Friday night. They visited their (parents, Mrs. Bessie Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thompson. Jimmy Thompson is with an engineering firm in Kansas City and the project on which he is now working is an interstate highway to be built in the vicinity of St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gardner and family of Amarillo were here for the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uselton. Mr. and Mrs. Dud Shaw of Amarillo are visiting her ibro- ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wall, and atso with her sister. Mrs. A. J. ILaycock in Shamrock. The Shaws livec in the Aberdeen community a number of years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Williams and Linda and Mike, W. M. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mote and Mr. and Mrs. 3ill Lowe of Shamrock attencl- id the Kid Rodeo at Hollis Saturday night. Linda and Mike entered the rodeo and Mike ivon three secondnplace ribbons in goat tail tying, barrel racing and pole bending. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shanks were in Abilene over the week end to see their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone Penick, -who receive degrees from Abilene Christian College. The couple, who completed their work at mid-term now lives in Harlingen. Mrs. Sam Eudy and children of Denver Caty were her tlast week to attend the graduation of her sister, Miss Mary Beth Aaron. She visited her mother, Mrs. Ruth Aaron, and her grandmother, Mrs: Calvin Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Langford of Plainview are the parents of a daughter, Lana Kay, born May 19 in Plain- l>iew. She weighed seven pounds, six ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Milburn G'ibbs and Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Langford. Bill Sugg of HarMhgen, who visited his mother, Mrs. W. W. Sugg and other relatives two weeks, hasi returned home, accompanied by his sister, Miss Jewel Sugg. Another sister, Mrs. Frank Crawford of Sulphur, Okla., is here with their mother, and the last of this week the two of them will return to Sulphur. Mrs. Sugg plans to be there several weeks. Miss Vicki Glenn, who completed her freshman work in Texas Tech, Lubbock, returned Friday for the .summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Glenn. Friday — Saturday GA THE GREAT ADVENTURE BEGINS WITH RITZ Dial<447-2575 Thurs. - Fri. - Saturday GA IQOOO Biceps meet jaL MIBISCH COMPANY STEVE MCQUEEN JAMES GARNER RICHARD ATFENBQROUGH "THE GREAT ESC APE" JOHN SURGES' COLOR EuPANAVISIOir RELEASED THRU UNITED ARTISTS Sunday - Monday - Tuesday A There is a moment-a long moment-when everything is risked with the proper stranger. IN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL'S -STARRING • FRANKIE ANNETTE AVALON-FUNICELLO BUDDY HACKETT COLOR-. 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