The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on June 4, 1964 · Page 3
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June 4, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

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This Week in Austin Four Youths Chosen to Attend Boys State Four youths will represent Collingsworth county at the American Legion Boys State, which opened Wednesday, June 3 in. AusMn. They are Lloyd Stice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Stice of Abra; Dale Morn's, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morris of Quail; Ronny Hurst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Hurst, and Bill Spillman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spillman. They are sponsored by the Frank King Post] of the American Legion, and cooiperating with it are the Wellington Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs and 1 the Samnorwood Lions Club. The principal aim of Boys State, held each summer, d's to encourage good citizenship and to give the boys a clearer idea of the operation of state and local governments. Each boy chosen must ihave completed his junior year in high school. Stice was president of the Samnorwood junior class and vice president of the Studtent Council. He was a member of the FFA livestock judging Baptist Church Honors Parker Ted Parker, who recently resigned as music director of the First Baptist Church, was honored at ai fellowship in the dining room of the church after the Sunday night services May 31. Parker was presented with .two gorng-away giftjs, one from the church and one from the choir. The time of fellowship was spent singing and visiting Parker will attend school ai Midwestern University at Wi ohita Falls this summer, anc then will toe a member of the faculty of the Irving schools this coming school year. Von McDaniel to Okki. City Dodson's Von McDaniel, th leading hitter for the Texa League's San Antpnio Bullets moved up to the Oklahoma Git 89ers of the Pacific Coas League last week. Both clubs are part of th Houston Colt organization. McDaniel has a battjing avei age of .344, a-nd is mot onl leading his clu'b but is fift in the league. He divided hi time between the outfield an third base. earn that participated in Area competition at Tech, and the arliamentary procedure team. e ip'layed basketball and base- all and won on the annual taff. Active in Glen Davis Memorial Methodist Church, Stice s president of the sub-district VIYF and president) of his lo- al MYF. Morris was a member of the -B all-district basketball .team ,nd was nominated for si^ate lonors. He also was on the istrict-wimiing baseball team, te was vice president of the unior class, a Beta Club offi-[ er, on The Echo staff, and' he FFA parliamentary procedure team. Morris attends LiHie Baptist Church, A member of Beta Club, which denotes outstanding icholarship, Hurst also was a member of the district-winning asketball team, the track and olf teams. He was cited for lonors in (physics 1 , plane and solid geometry. Acttve in the MYF of First Methodist ihurch, he is a 1 member of one of its commissions. Winner of second place in ;he regional tennis competition, Spillman was also an all-dis- .rict basketball player. He is treasurer-elect of Beta Clu'b, and was .named for outstand- ng work in bookkeeping and tirigonometny. Spillman is an Eagle Scout, president of the Explorer Scouts Post and assistant Scoutmaster of the Boy Scouts. He, too, is active in MYF and is a member of the commission on evangelism. Scales Visit in Mineral Wells and Weatherford Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seale were in Mineral Wells last week for the "baths and she reports tha' both returned feeling better. They also visited their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Seale and two children in Wea therford. Tom Seale, who is senior technical advisor in the tool ing engineering department o Convair, is leaving Wednesday night for Phoenix, Ariz., fo a short (period of schooling. From there he will go to a company school im Californi for eight days, then' about i month later 3ie will go to an other of Convair's plants i Connecticutt for additiona training. His wife and children ar accompanying him to Califor ma. HELD BACK—When John Kuntz, age 1, of Brooklyn, Ohio, and his buddy Jiggs get the wanderlust, it's time for mom to put her foot down—and her barricades up Rogers Studies in S. America John Rogers, son of Mr. and VIrs. Ted Rogers of Canadian, ormerly of Wellington, has received a special grant from the larvard Committee on (Latin American Studies, to travel and lo research in South America ;his summer. Rogers, is a junior in Harvard University this year. He will fly to Brazil in June, visiting Rio de Janerio, jBrasil- a and Sao Paula; then move to Argentina 1 for a study of Argentine nationalism. His tour also will include visits to Mon- ;evideo, Uruguay; 'Santiago, ihile; Lima, Peru; and Panama City. C. A. Need hams Move to Memphis Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Needham and family moved recently to Memphis where he is employee by Hickey 'Motor Co., as a mechanic and body man. He operated a body shop here for five years. The Needhams have five children: Evonda, 11; Charley 8; Danny, 4; Robert;, two; am 'Ronnie, one. NEW CARS AND TRUCKS E. B. Tucker — Pontiac 2 door sedan. W. E. Marchant, Wellingtor —Oldsmobile 4-door sedan. W. C. Harwell. Wellington— Chevrolet pickup. Cecil L. Rankin, Dozier — Pontiac 4-door sedan. Cudd Bros., Wellington*—American truck. Walter Camp Se//s Bull to F arris Walter Camp of Wellington ms reported the sale of a reg- stered horned Hereford 'bull to Olan Farris of Dodson. Both men are building out- tanding Hereford herds. Some sea snakes of Polynesia are extremely poisonous. Mr. and Mrs. Olmon -Sweat of Waco are here thi's week visiting their mothers, Mrs. R. F. Fulcher and Mrs. A. 0. Sweat. Mrs. Jimmy Henegar and daughter, Karen, of Tyler were here last week to visit frier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson. Mrs. Bill Herring and daughter, Cheryl of Midland, are visiting this week in the home of her (parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ell Clement and children and Mrs. Clement's mother, Mrs. R. D. Dunham, all of JLamesa, spent the past week end in the home of his mother and sisters, Mrs. E. C. Clement and Misses Ma'bel and Inez Clement, Mrs. Jeff Johnson is spending -this week i!n iF,ritch in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith. County Bond Soles $2,025 John Forbis, chairman of the Collingsworbh county savings bond committee, reports- that Series E and H savings bond sales in Collingsworth county totaled $2,025 in April. Sales for the first 4 months of 1964 were $23,937 and 21.7 per cent of the year's goal has been achieved 1 . The 1964 goal is $110,000. April bond sales in Texas totaled $12,200,918. Sales for the first four months of the year were $52,192,783, which repre- cents 34.7 iper cent of the 1964 bond goal for the state. OIL AND GAS NEWS Assignment,: leasehold estatie —Mal-Cra 051 Corp. to Katex Oil Co.—SE/4 section 16, block 13. Mineral deed: J. E. Kendrick to Homer C. MdLaughlin Jr.— SW/4 section 34, block 12. The Dioane quintuplets were born on May 28, 19S4. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, June 4, 1964 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS City of Wellington to Marie Harper—Nortih 5 feet and the south 10 feet of lot 9, block 24, Thomas and Cook Cemetery. Cemetery deed: Rufus A. Williams—N/2 lot 3, block 29, Wellington cemetery. Lonnie Burks and wife to Alva Clark—NE/4 section 7, in 'block 17. Genaro Pena, Jr., and wife, to Gregory Cortex and wife— lots 21 and 22, block 202, Wellington. Dora Howard' and husband to TCL, Inc.—Lot 23, block 11, Wellington. BEGINNING OF END A massive 72-hour, 7-state dragnet for a Chelmsford, England, jail escapee ended where it began. He was found hiding in the jail. Chicago's 19C4 city budget weighs 3 j>ounds and 14 ounces, and calls fo^ expenditures of more than $528 million. Dr. Chester L Harrison Optometrist CONTACT LENSES 805 West Avenue On West Side of Square I will be at my office each Tuesday and Friday Phone 447-5830 Wellington DaiRY MONTH Don't Miss These Dairy Food Specials Borden's Lemonade Served All Day Saturday, June 6 Don't miss these Dairy Food Specials BORDENS ° RANGE DRINK CriscO 1/2 Gallon African bushmen will store water in ostrich egg shells along the trails. f HAVE MINUTE WASTE 29« 59* BORDENS™: 2 for 49« BORDENS LEMONADE Gallon COTTAGE 3 Pounds — 690 Carton — Coca-Cola 39* Regular or King Size CHOCOLATE BORDENS S _____ 2 for 55* BORDENS Potatoes Long White BORDENS BUTTERMILK 1/2 Gallon SOUR CREAM '/2 Pt BORDENS DIP & CHIP 12 oz. size Bordens Eagle Brand .. Bordens Starlac, 3 qt.. Pound CELLO LARGE COOK £/ e ctrica/fif WITH PLANNED FLAMELESS STORED HEAT If dinner is cooking, and you're running late (to pick up the • .' children at school, hubby at work, or attend a club meeting) ' I flameless electric cooking allows you to leave home earlier. ' ( A flameless electric oven is insulated on SIX sides, and uses current only 15 minutes out of each hour to maintain pre-set | temperature. You can turn it off completely, and food will continue to cook at pre-set temperature for 30 minutes. A flame- less electric surface unit maintains pre-set temperature 5 minutes after electric energy is turned off. Bordens " Wa« LK 59* With $5.00 or over Groceries Pure Cane 5 Pounds - WestTexas Utilities Company an investor owned company Frisky-Tall Can Cat Food Mortons SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY! COOK DINNERS 3 For- 39C 3 For- 1.00 PICNICS Pound Herbert Duncan Won $50.00 Visit our store and play The Money Game YOU TOO, MAY WIN Armour Star BACON Top Hand SAUSAGE 2 Pounds 890 2 Pounds- 390

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