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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 4

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Mrs. Arthur Hopkins Woods, Jr. . . •; ....'• * * * Andrea Garter, Arthur H. Woods Jr. Wed in Church Rites Sat. Evening Miss Andrea 'Lynn Carter,) El Paso, and the bride's at- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynn Carter, became the ibride of Arthur Hopkins Woods Jr. of Pine 'Bluff, Ark., in a ceremony at Fnrst Metho- disfl -Church Saturday, May SO at four-thirty in the afternoon. The Rev. Davis B. Edens officiated. The parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hopkins of Indianola, Miss ; . An arch iwas at the center of the altar dtecorations, and at each side were candelabras holding white tapers and arrangements of white gladioli. Pews were marked with white satin bows. Miss Shirley Peters was the organist and Jim Bill Davis of Fort Worth was vocalist. Mr. Carter gave his daughter in marriage. Slhe wore a gown of white antique satin. A white Alencon lace jacket with a bateau neckline and short scalloped sleeves covered the camisole Ibodfice, and rthe floor-length bell-shaped skirt extended into a cathedral train. Matching lace medallions were •appliqued on the shoulder veil, held in (place by a white satin rose. She carried a bouquet of gardenias and ivy. Miss Joanna Teague of Mart was maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Su Earl Bullock of Lubbock, Mi'ss Vicki Glenn and Miss Leslie Covey, the latter a cousin of the bride. They wore sleeveless modified empire sheaths of coral Swiss silk, and itjheir matching open pillbox hats held brief butterfly veils. Their (bouquets were of white carnations nestled in coral net. Jimmy Woods of El Paso, brother of the bridegi'oom, was 1 best man, and ushers were Mr. Davis, Leigh Carter, brother of the ibride, and Rodney Kane, 'her cousin. Candles were lighted by her cousins, Larry Kane, and Sandy Covey, while Mary Nell Edens was the flower girl and Stevie Kane, .another cousin, was ring bearer. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Career were hosts at •a reception in the church parlor. In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Carter, ,the ibride •and groom, his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mr®. C. H. Benson of Lillie HOC Hears of Color in the Home The Lillie Home Demonslya- tkm Club met recently in the home of Mrs. Haskell Manuel. Mrs. Elmer Haralson presided and Mrs. Manuel gave the devotional. Roll call was answered with "Ways to Express Sympathy to tendants. The reception table was covered with a white net cloth, and tihe bride's bouquet formed the centerpiece. Crystal appointments were used 1 . Miss Prances Hill, Miss Sylvia McQueary and Miss Mary Graham served the guests, and Miss Celia Anderson was at the bride's register. Mrs. Tony White presented piano selections during the recejption. As *he couple left for their home in Little Rock, Ark., Mrs> Woods wore a beige texitjurec silk cardigan suit with celery blouse. Her accessories were beige and her corsage was oJ gardenias. The bride, a graduate o: Wellington high school, completed her sophomore year at West Texas State University. She formerly attended McMurry College, Abilene, where she was a member of Theta Chi 1 Lambda social sorority and Alpha Psl Omega, national honor dramatics fraternity. The bridegroom received the bachelor of science degree from McMurry, where his social fraternity was Ko >Sai'i. For the past year he was employed toy the Arkansas State Health Department, and at present is a pre-medical student im Little Rock University. Dinner Honors Wedding Party Mrs. Clkff Camp was hostess Friday evening, May 29, at the rehearsal dinner honoring the wedding party of her granddaughter, Miss Andrea Carter and Arthur Hopkins Woods Jr. of Littjle Rock, Ark. Assisting Mrs. Camp were her daughters, Mrs. Arthur Kane and Mrs. Fred Covey. The dinner was served buffet style from a table laid with a white damask cloth. Coral gladiolas and white candles in crystal holders formed the centerpiece. Guests were: Miss Carter; Mr. Woods; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Carter, the parents of l^he bride; -Mr. and Mrs. C. H. IBenson of El Paso, who are the bridegroom's uncle and aunt; also Jimmy Woods' of El Paso, Miss Joanna Teague of Mart, Miss Su Earl Bullock of Lubbock, Miss Vickl Glenn, Miss Leslie Covey, Jim Bill Davis of Fort Worth, Miss Shirley Peters, Arthur Kane, Stevie Kane, Larry Kane, the Rev. and Mrs. Davis B. Edens and Mary Nell, Sandy Oovey, Grantvel Killian, Leijjh Carter and Rodney Kane. Family Reunion for Willinghams The children) of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. -P. Willingham enjoyed a reunion Monday, June 1 in the home of their sister, Mrs. Ina Jeffers. All of the brothers and sisters were present except W. H. Willingham of Brighton, Colo., who was unable to attend. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Willingham, M. N. Willingham, and Mrs. W. 0. Fewell of Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Willingham of Abilene; Mrs. Minnie Clevenger of Oklahoma City; Mm Edith Tibbies of Midwest Citly, Okla., and Mr®. AlMe Willingham and Mrs. Jeffers of Wellington. Friends calling in the afternoon were Mr. 'and Mrs. Carrol Blevins, Mrs. Sarah Jones, Mrs, Mattie Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Dunson, Mrs. laude Taylor, and 'Mrs. Elmer Hiett. Party Honors Craig Holton Craig Holton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ham Holton was honored by his mother on his sixth birthday Monday, June 1 with a swimming partiy. The children went swimming at Marian Airpark Pool then went to the Holton home for refreshments of cake, icecream and drinks. Favors were miniature cartons of Dr. Pepper. Children attending were Richard and Randall Sims, Jtm- nty Saied, George Brewer, Don Aflred, Butch Bawcom, Lee Terapleton, Betsy Castldberry Patty and Tommy Holton am Craig. Mrs. Sweat Hostess to Rappold Circle The Amelia Rappold 'Circle met in the home of Mrs. Rufus Sweat Monday evening, June 1 Mrs. A. A. McQueary lee the Bifole lesson. Mrs. THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, June 4, 1964 Shower Tuesday Afternoon Honors Miss DePauw, an Early June Bride Miss Margie DePauw, bride- elect of Richard Keller, was honored at a shower Tuesday afternoon, June 2, at the Quail homemaking cottage. Guests were registered 'by Miiss Jackie DePauw, tyvin sister of the honoree, then served from a table laid with a white linen cloth. At the center were a miniature bride and groom, surrounded Iby blue roses and mock orange. Appointments were crystal. Miss Judy Campbell and Miss LaQuita Martin served the guests, while Miss Sue Saun- ders displayed the gifitis. Piano selections were played during the afternoon by Miss Agatha Wright. Sharing hostess duties were Mrs. Tom Crabtree, Mrs. Ople White, Mrs. George Stephens. Mrs. Steve Owens, Mrs. Roland Mayhugh, Mrs. C. D. Messer, Mrs. Dick Campbell, Mrs. Dick Lindley, Mrs. Ira Morgan, Mrs. Frank Cofeman, Mrs. Dudley Phipps, Mrs. Horace Clay, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Ralph Martin, Mrs. A. M. Saunders and Mrs. Shelton Nunnelley. Mrs. John Beaird Duncan Others." Mia. C. A. Wiight gave the program on "Color in the Home." The club met again on May 28 in the home of Mrs. Dudley Phiipps. Mrs. Elmer Haralson, president, presided, and Mrs. Phipps gave the devotional. Mrs. John Alf Thomas was electjed a delegate to the State meeting to be held at Houston Sept. 16. Mrs. Zook Thomas gave an interesting program on "Flower Arrangements." Refreshments were served to Mrs. Elmer Haralson, Mrs. C. A. Wright, Mrs. John Alf Thomas, Mrs. Zook Thomas, one visitor, Mrs. Raymond Barton, and the hostess', Mrs, Phipps. WMU Circles Hear Hickeys The Baptist WMU Circles held their monthly meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, June 1. The .pastor, Dr. Glenn Hdlckey and Mrs. Hickey gave the program. iFilms were shown of Baptist missionary work in (Brazil where the Hickeys will be stationed. They recently received their appointment from the Foreign Missionary Board of ithe 'Southern Baptist Conference. gave the call to prayer, with Mrs. McQueary leadinig in the prayer. The business meeting was conducted by Miss Mabel Clem, ont, circle chairman. The group sang "From Greenland's Icy Mountains." Mrs. Ernest Har well, program chairman, pre sided for (the program, "Awak ening Brazil," with Mrs. E. C Clement, Mrs. Donnie Huston Mrs. Raymond Pattcxn and Mrs W. F. Roberts participating. A filmstrip on Brazil was shown Refreshments were served tc 14. Mrs. Bradley to Scout Camp Mrs. Lillii'e Bradley of Samnorwood will reave this week end for Camp Mary White, Girl Scout camlp near Cloudcroft, N.M., where she will be a member of the staff for the next 11 weeks. •Mrs. Bradley will foe one of the cooks at the camp. This is not new work ty> Mrs. Bradley, as she is a member of the Saimnorwood cafeteria staff during the school sessions. Morris Home from Amarillo Hospital Ben Morris, retired farmer of the Marella community, has returned home after undergoing surgery in an Amarillo hospital about two weeks ago. His condition is improving as rapidly as possible, Mrs, Morris said. Wellington FHA Plans Picnic The FHA will hold its annual picnic on Monday night, June 8 'beginning at 5:30 p.m Girls should assemble in front of the high school building for the trip to the river The picnic is a yearly event held for the incoming freshmen girls. All are invited to attend. Small Towns Getting Industry Texas Industrial Commission reports that smaller Texas cities are beginning to get a larger share of the mew indus trial dollar. In 1962 the big three—Dal las, Fort Worth and Houston —attracted 50% of the new industry locations. But in thi first quarter of 1964, the; showed only 38% 'as more in dustrial leaders picked smalle: communities. One of the small-town lead ers—Paris—will provide a big new market for South Texa vegetable producers this winte when Camipbell Soup Company opens its Paris plant. Forma I Ceremony Unites Janice Wood and John Duncan Fri. Evening The First Baptist Church was i the setting for the wedding of Miss Janice Wood and John Beaird Duncan at six o'clock Friday, May 29. The Rev. Howard Jones of Fort Worth officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wood, while the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Byron Duncan. A white wrought iron arch covered in jade foliage was at the center of the church decorations. On each side were seven - branched candelalbras holding cathedral tppers and pedestal baskets of white glad- oli. White satin bows marked he pews. Mrs. Truman Estes, orgamist, ind Mrs. Davis Edens, vocal- st, (presented the wedding unu- . Mr. Wood gave his daughter n marriage. Her wedding gown of white satin and lace featured a Ibocl- ce of the lace, made with a )ateau neckline and sleeves t]hat "ame to points over the wrists. The full floor-length skirt had wide lace panels at the back ihat were extended to outline the chapel train. Two large atin roses added interest to the skirt back. A large satin rose also formed the headpiece that held her double veil of silk llusion. The bride's 'bouquet was of white oym'bidium orchids and stephanotis on white Bible. Mrs. Maxne Tarver of Lub- jock was matron of honor, andl >ridesmaids were Mrs. Farris AUTO'S BEGINNING Discovery of the means o applying rotary motion to ma chines is considered to ibe on of the greatest inventions i all history. Wood, sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Judy Bowman of Amherst. Their blue dresses were miade with eonitpured bodices having scooped necklines and deep v (backs. The draped bell-shaped skirts were street length. Their matching rose headpieces were similar to the bride's and held short tulle veils. They carried net parasols having siprays of blue carnations. Douglas Duncan of Wilson, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and ushers were Farris Wood and Joe Wood, brothers of the ibride, and Don Langford. Stacey Duncan and Debra Wood, nieces of the couple, were flower girls and Paljty iLacy and Linda Williams, cousins of the bride, lighted the candles. Following the ceremony, Mr, and Mrs. Wood were hosts at the reception in the church parlor. A white net cloth over blue covered the bride's table, which was appointed in crystal anc silver. The bride's bouquet was the centerpiece. Mrs. Weldon Cleveland anc Miss Glynel Ellbentj of Amarillo served the .guests an< Mrs. Kent Peeples of Canyon was at the bride's register. As the couple left on their wedding trip to Lugert Lake the bride wore a blue crepe two-fpiece dress with a blue flower hat. Her corsage was an orchid. They will make their home Week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cason Sr., were two of their sons, Mr. and Mrs; Clyde Cason and children of Abilene, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cason Jr., of Sublett, Kan. The Charles Cason Jr.s also visited her mother, Mrs. T. B. Wilkms. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Thompson of Midland and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Enlow and Brad, Ben and Barry of Altus, Okla., spent) the Memorial Day week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wood. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Asher spent the past week end at Jennepin, Okla., with their laughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jlount and children, Carol and Glenn. Carol returned home tvith her grandparents for a week's visit. Leigh Carter, stationed with he Navy at Long Beach, Calif., ms .been visitjing his parents, Mr. and Must. Lynn Carter. He was here to attend his sister's wedding. He returned to California Tuesday. Mrs. Emma Mae Finch and son and daughter, Ann and Pat, of San Antonio visited the past week end with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stall. Mrs. Finch lived' here as a child and young lady, and is the daughter of the latje Henry and Emma Stall. Week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Flinley were her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nuss tand Mrs. Mae Hatch of Amarillo, and the Nuss' daughter, Patricia, from Oklahoma City. Other visitors were the Firtleys' daughter, Mrs. Donald Briggs and Dan, Leigh and Kathy of Norman, Okla. The Briggs children remained for a week's visit with their grandparentis .before going with their mother to Fort Benning, Ga., to be with Donald Briggs, who is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Winegeart and children of Perryton, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Belew and children of White Deer, and Jerry Belew of Shepard Air Force Base at Wichita 1 Falls were week end visitors in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur jBelew .this past week. Bobby Carter of Lamesa was a week end guest in the home of Mrs. E. C. Clement and Misses Inez and Mabel Clement. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Squyres and daughter, Nancy, of Dumas were guests Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. Palo Cummings. Their son, Newell, spent the night with Kent Clark. Nancy is recovering from a broken arm she received a few weeks ago. Mrs. Clayton Dunihoo of Arlington spent most of last week visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey. Mr. Dunmihoo came for her during the week end. Mrs. Bernice Welch spenl last week in Fort Worth anc Arlington visiting her son anc brother, Charles Welch andl Mr and Mrs. Mayfield Workman Charles returned home with his mother Monday to spend the summer. DEER HARVEST LARGE IN 1963 An estimated 146,315 deer were "harvested", in the 21 county Edwards Plateau Dis tricb in Texas during the 196; hunting season, Parks and Wild life biologist Rod Marburge said. Highest kill was made in Gil lespie county, with 7,779 buck killed, followed closely by Ma son county with 7,500 buck killed, Of the estimated deer killec 57,938 were antlerless deer anc 88,377 were bucks. Budget Parade on in Texas : AUSTIN. — State officials have begun the long parade before Gov. John Connally's budget staff and! .the Legislative budget board. From now until summer's end 1 , more than 150 state agencies will give estimates on how much they will need to operate in the 1966967 biennium. These hearings will produce mdget recommendations to the next Legislature by Gov. Connally and by the Legislative 3udget Board. All estimates must be set out In dollars and cents. But the summer budget hearing period actually is the guessing season, since agency heads have to juess how many file clerks, low much stationery and how many pencils they will need in August 1966. A few items seem certain: The Board for State Hospitals and Special Schools expects a 3,7% increase in the population of its schools for mentally retarded and will need an estimated $28,000,000 more 1han its current $100,000,000 budget. Department of Corrections will request $5,000,000 for pay raises for prison guards. Budget raises not determined this summer are expected to be requested when the Legislature .gets proposals for improving the spate's higher education system; giving public school teachers a pay raise; building new schools for .the mentally retarded; and building a 1 state osteopathic college. 9 Per Cent Stolen Autos Never Found Texas State Highway Department reveals the fact that each year about) 17,000 automobiles are stolen in Texas— and 9% of them are never found. Until three years ago, scrapped cars—complete with plates and negotiable ownership papers—could be purchased for $50. But no more. To prevent both plates and papers falling into hands of theft rings the [Legislature required each salvage yard operator 'to remove current (plates from vehicles purchased as salvage. Plates and papers are supposed to be kept under lock and key until claimed by the highway department. About 10,000 titles and 3,000 license plates are picked up each month. Bargains in the Classifieds. in Canyon. The bride was graduated from high school here in 1962 and attended Texas Tecnologi- cal College before enrolling in West Texas State University. The bridegroom, a 1961 graduate of Wellington high school, also attended Texas Tech and is now a student in Amarillo College. We Have Moved We have moved our offices to the new building of the Collingsworth County Farm Bureau located on 9th St. at Highway 83 Come to see us for Production Loans on the Farm and Ranch. 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