The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on June 4, 1964 · Page 9
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 9

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, June 4, 1964
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THE WELLINGTON [TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, June 4, 1964 Mrs. Byron Duncan Installed as President of B&PW Club on May 26 Mrs. Byron Duncan was installed as (president of Wellington Business and Professional Women's Club in a ceremony following .the regular dinner Tuesday evening, May 26. Mrs. Will E. Leslie of Memphis was the installing officer, assisted by Miss Inez Mason, also of Memphis. Taking office witjh Mrs. Duncan were Mrs. Gorman Owens, first vice president; Mrs. Dud- Jey Phipps, second vice president; Mrs. Raymond Patton, secretary; Mrs. H. L. Jenkins, treasurer; and Mrs. J. D. Aaron, reporter. Mrs. Trusten Thomas and Mrs. Harold Keller were in charge of the program, while Mrs. Otis Emmert led the pledge of allegiance and Mrs. Luther Gribble read the collect. Guests of the dub were Mrs. Leslie and Miss Mason of Memphis and Mrs. Donna Knight of Hale Center. Members attending .were Mrs. John Ooleman, Mrs. Emmert, Mrs. John Justice of Glaz-endon; Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Fred Watkins, Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. A. V. Lowrie, Mrs. Dudley Phipps, Mrs. Aaron, Mrs. Lydia McPherson, Mrs. Louise Temjpleton, Mrs. Rufus Sweat, Mrs. (Lowell Wells, Mrs. Francis Roberts, Mrs. Gribble, Mrs. Jimmie Kelso, Mrs. Zook Thomas, Mrs. Owens and Mrs. Ernest Harwell. NEWS OF MEN IN SERVICE Kenneth Martindale, stationed with the Army at Ft. Hood, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bart) Martindale of Dozier. Quail FHA Elects Officers Quail Future Homemakers, In a meeting Thursday, May 21, elected officers for the coming school year. President of the chapter is Janice Pitts; Mary K. Downer is first] vice president; Judy Campbell, second vice president; Neva Baker, third vice president; Dianne MoseHey. fourth vice president .and song leader; Sue Saunders, fifth vice president; Nancy HarrS's, pianist; Lonetta Neeley, secretary; Shirley Horton, treasurer; and Patricia Kimbro, historian and parliamentarian. Neva Baker was chosen to attend 1)he Area I FHA officers leadership workshop, to be held June 16 through 18 at Texas Tech, Lubbock. Janie Thompson to Camp Sweeney Janie Thompson, daughter of Mr. and. 'Mrs. Sam Thompson is spending part of the summer at Camip Sweeney, near Gainesville. Her mother and sister, Sammie, are attending summer school at North Texas State University at} Denton. THAT'S POLITICS A Danube, Minn., man was elected mayor by defeating his 'brother, tjhe incumbent mayor. Dial 447-5551 X}* DRIVE-IN Thursday - Friday - Saturday A In The Tradition of 'Tobacco Road" "Gods Little Acre" and "Thunder Roagl WAS SHETOO OLD AT 15 ? ghe Wanted A Quiet Wedding .. • So Her Paw Put A Silencer On His Shotgun! ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL NOTES Henry Bockman of Samnorwood, admitted May 18, discharged May 22, medical. Mrs. Pat Bouchelle, medical, May 18 to 23. John Efbert Sisk, 13-year-old grandson of Mrs. E. A. Singl- ley, tonsilleetomy, May 20 and 21. Mrs. G. T. Stephens » * * Former Student, Then a Teacher at Quail School Of special significance to a Quail woman, Mrs. G. T. Stephens, was the 60th anniversary of the first school, observ- id May 22. Mrs. Stephens did not attend the first school, but she enrolled later and was graduated there. She returned to teach in the school. Mr. Stephens was a member of the board of trustees at the time Quail and the surrounding districts were consolidated. Their six children attended public school only at Quail and all were graduated there. HOT SO! Fire engines raced off to a fire, but Tokyo's house-numbering system delayed their arrival until four houses had burned down. The fire 'was only six doors away from the fire station. Bargains in the Classified Ads. RITZ Dial 447 2575 Fri. - Sat. GA IRUE STORY OF AFRICA'S MOST DANGEROUS HUNT! IT HAPPENS TODAY 'SHOTGUN WEDDING FLAMING HILLBILLY COLOR Sun. — Mon. — Tues. A-MY The far out story of the far west. .FOR TEXAS tiutuMiHiaunB ^ ^ cfiiiRLESBRONSON VICTOR BUONO Mils STOOGES TEDDI SHERiFROBERT ALDRICH »*OOUCIO*NB DMICTIO •» * *" . ROBERT ALDRICH TECHNICOLOR Prom WARNER BROS. ! WED, JUNE 10th CAR NITE — 75c NOW THE SCREEN ACHIEVES SURPASSING GREATNESS! ff^^ I prats HAR'RY SHIRLEY ROBERT METROCOLOR Mrs. Charles McKinley of Hollis, surgical, May 20 and 21. Mrs. Willie McKinnon, obstetrical, May 20 and 21. Mrs. A. L. Elliott, medical, May 20 and 21. G. A. DeBorcf, medical, Ma? 20 to 30. [Baldomeros Pcna, medical, May 20 to 22. Roy Allen Jackson, 15-yea:-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson, traumatic surgery, May 20 tjo 23. Mrs. R. H. Is'bell, medical, May 21 to 26. Coy E. Vaughan, medical, May 22 to 27. Mrs. John Wolf, surgical, May 22 to 30. Mrs. P. K. Hardy, surgical, May 22 to 26. Mrs. Fred Cox, surgical, May 22 to 30. Rev. J. F. Michael, medical, May 22 to 24. Mrs. George F. Patterson, surgical, May 23 and 24. Bob Jones, traumatic surgery, May 23 and 24. Mrs. Trusten Thomas, medical, May 23 to 26. Mrs. Isadoro Oortez, obstetrical, May 24 and 25. Miss Bonnie Willis, medical, May 24 to 30. Mrs. Emory Hunter, surgical, May 25 to 27. P. M. Knott of Mangum, medical, May 26 to 29. Mrs. Natividad Romo, obstetrical, May 27 and 1 28. Murray Dodson, medical, was admitted May 27 andl is still a ipatient. Newt Trout, medical, was admitted May 28. Mrs. Alejandro Garza, medical, May 28 to 30. J. R. Downs, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mns r . J. F. Downs of Wellington, traumatic surgery, was admitted May 28. Mrs. Paul Hardy, traumatic surgery, was admitted May 28. She was discharged May 30 to enter an Amarillo hospital. Bob Jones, medical, was admitted May 30. Mrs. Regino Palacios, medi- cal, May 30 to June 1. . The Rev. J. F. Michael, surgical, was admitted May 31. Mrs. U. S. Bolton, medical, was admitted May 31. R. F. Curry, surgical, was admitted May 31. Mrs. M. J. Random, obstetrical, was admitted June 1. Patients admitted prior to May 18 and discharged since, then were Mrs. William Howard Murdock and Martha Renee Murdock, May 18. Mrs. J. W. Adcock of Quail, May 18. Mrs. J. L, Deger, May 18. Mrs. Jimmie DeMoss, May 18. Mrs. Archie Johnston, May 18. Scott Neal Jr., May 19. . Mrs. C. N. Allison, May 19. Joe Peterson, May 19. Mrs. Cal Sugg, May 21. Elvis Crawley, May 27. Mrs, J. F. Michael, May 30. Who's New . in the Wellington Area MARRIAGE LICENSES Brlly Harold Jones, 18, and Miss Carolyn Ann Cook, 17, of Collingsworth county, May 26. R. L. Harris, 19, and Mrs. Linda Darnell Nickeltoerry, 16, Collingsworth county, May. Arthur Hopkins WcxxJs, Jr., 22, of Lifotle Rock, Ark., and Miss Andrea Lynn Carter, IS, of Collingsworth county, May 28. , ,. ; .•••'• Stanley Harris Faught, 21, and Miss Shirley 'Louise Miller, 16, of Oklahoma county, May 29. DOWN DRAFT Texas May draft quota is 258 men, compared to 449 for April. SPECTACULAR BATTLES IN A LAND OF MARVELS, MAGIC AND MIRACLES! Higher Education Costs Too Low? AUSTIN—Some House mem- >ers complained about too-low appropriations for higher education in 1964-G5 allotted in the 53,000,000,000 state budget bil massed by the House. The last 'Legislature appropriated $159,600,000 from the state general revenue fund for higher education in 1962-63. State coflege administrators requested $343,000,000 for the coming^ two years. Former Gov. Price Daniel and the Legislative Budget Board recommended $226,000,000. Gov. John B. Connally recommends $225,000,000. Paducah Rep. Bill Heatly's appropriations bill allows for $187,600,000 to educate the bumper crop of war .babies that is expected to begin to flow into state colleges next year. Rep. Hugh Farmer of Fort Worth claimed the Heatly committee had stashed Arlington State College's library budget so drastically the school might not be accredited next year. So, Farmer and Rep. Don Gladden of Fort Worth begged for an amendment to raise Arlington's appropriation. It failed by a vote of 94-41. The $172,000 needed to make the Texas Maritime Academy in Galveston a reality was absent from the appropriations bill. But Governor Connally sale "I have real hope of getting the legislature to restore the maritime money." He didnt' say whether he had any hope oJ getting the allotment for higher education boosted. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Warren of Amarillo are the parents of a son, Kenneth Jay, born in Neblett Hospital in Canyon May 21. He weighed eight pounds three ounces. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Langford. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibba of Edinborough, Scotland. Mr. and Mrs. Isadoro Cortez are the parents of a daughter, Sara Lee. born May 21 in St. Joseph's Hospital. She weighed seven pounds and one ounce. A daughter, Rebecca, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Natividad Romo in St. Joseph's Hospital on May 27. Her weight was seven pounds and seven ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Mario Coleman of Amarillo, are the parents of a son, Nicholas Dee, born May 30 in Northwest Texas Hospital, Amarillo. He weighed eight pounds, twelve ounces and is the Colemans' first son, as their other child is a daughter. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dee Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Schnff- ner of Shamrock. When you're ready to'... 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