The Levelland Daily Sun News (Levelland, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 154, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 8, 1960 Page: 3 of 6
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Tussdsy, Mfd> t,19«0 THI UVRUND OAKY SUN NEWI,
Mrs. Cecil Eivens named
new president of WSCS
Ocil Eivens was elected
yraridsnt of the First Methodist
WSCS lor the ensuing year at the
tegular weekly meeting Monday
afternoon, with the president, Mrs.
■Qgb Davis, hi charge.
Other officers elected were: 1st
vies president, Mrs. Frank Macon;
Ind vineVeeident. Mrs. Ivan
Tlpps, secretary. Mrs. Jim Turn-
er; treasurer. Mrs. L. L. Cox;
■llssinnai j education secretary,
Ifea. T. L Robinson; Christian so-
cial rtstlnni secretary, Mrs.
VteSse HaU, secretary of student
Woreham; secretary of
It. Mrs. Griff Pittman,
of aMMren’s work, Mrs.
Vtogate ItHhsr; secretary of liter-
ggs Md pubHeations, Mrs. D. P.
Bates| secretary of supplies. Mrs.
AJhS Leweon; secretary of promo-
Boa. Mrs. Joe TumeM; spiritual
Us sssrstsry. Mm. A. L. Wilson;
Mlha of women. Mm. W. L. Har-
M; mpertar, Mm. Mary Weim-
ihe sleeted at Pm meeting was
■m nominating committee for next
peag. Mm. P. J. Maroom was nam-
and others serving
wffi be Mrs. Hutft Davis
Astg Pm buefaiees session. They
Max Bn annual meeting of the
#KB hi Brownfield, March 15, 16
Mi V; and the northwest Texas
of the Wesleyan Ser-
to be held in Levelland
Ckcl* K formal
held Friday night
hi college gym
Bp gymnasium at South Plains
OoBaps was decorated with blue
Mi «BBs ptr—mevi and silver
PBPB sapeanmting a moonlighted
mwPBati, to set Pie scene far the
CM* K grtg formal Friday
MBt The event for the entire
hbBsm wee attended by some 300.
1 (to silhouetted a
Imp Ctonie R mobile and a figure
the formal was the
of Miss Peggy Wiley,
i besmess major of Lev-
afiaod, as sweetheart of Circle K
tor gPs year. She was presented
a deal long • stemmed American
BanphT roses and a eharm brace-
Jtm refreshment table was cen-
tered wfPt hwrtcane lamps.
Danas music was provided by the
loath Plains College band, under
PM dhecticii of WOburn Wheeler.
Gary Stacy, president of the 1»
eal chapter, welcomed special
guaete, honor students who attend-
ed Pm scholarship banquet at the
Women’s Building earlier in the
Also introduced were Pie club
hpotMors, L. A. Kendnck and Hen-
ry T site, who were prsssntsd with
pifts. Stacy expressed appreciation
from Pie club tor their time and
Saturday and Sunday, March
A book review, "American Land,
People and Churches,” was pre-
sented by Mrs. Cecil Eivens and
comprised the program.
Attending the meeting were
Mmes. Griff Pittman, Mary Gilles-
pie, Davidson Durham, Alton
Lawson, J. B. Sharp, Ed Pate,
Bryan Daniel, L. L. Cox, Ivan
Tippa, Virgnia Tucker, Shirley,
O. L. Watson, W. L. Harris, Davis,
J. M. Barnhart, Eivens, Viola
Cate, E. A. Blackburn, David Bums
Terry Smith, Neil Brown, Tommy
Oehrlein, Bill Shoemaker, Gne
Knight, C. A. Luck, Preston Mar-
com, A. L. Wilson, Robert Bolf,
L. A. Kendrick, C. A. Barton and
at regular meeting
A number of changes in names
of candidates for Jaycee offices
were made at the meeting Mon-
day. Lloyd Parker presided over
Sam Eudy, who was nominated
for 2nd vice-president, withdrew as
a candidate, and J. M. French and
Tom Sappington were nominated
as 2nd vice president.
Aubrey Mays withdrew as a can-
didate for 1st vice president and
was nominated by Bob Wallace
for president;.Tom Sappington .was.
nominated as a candidate for 1st
vice president; Arelyn Cox .with-
drew as a candidate tor treasurer
and nominated Verlcn McKee as
nominee tor treasurer. Aubrey
Mays nominated Dick Bailey as a
candidate for treasurer.
It was further decided instead
of the defeated candidates auto-
matically becoming members of
the board of directors foDorving
the election, that the board mem-
bers be elected after the election
Jaycee candidates now are: - El-
don Morris and Aubrey Mays, pre-
sident; Bob Wallace and Don Mor-
J. M, French and Ed Wisdom, 2nd
vice president; L. C. Jordan and
Bob Shoemaker, secretary; i
Dick Bailey, Verkin McKee i
Tom Sappington, treasurer.
it v i$N3eE2TBUma.
PLANT TREES AT COLLEGE
Three members of the Progressive Gar-
deh Club planted mimosa trees at South
Plains College Monday afternoon as their
Arbor Day project. TTie planting was de-
layed because of the inclement weather.
From left to right *re Mmes. Keith Lane,
Bob Copeland and Willard Adams. The
trees were set out iii-ttoftt of thVlibrary
building, on thewest side. -. > •
Mrs. O'Neal feted
at pink-blue shower
in W. E. Carr home
E. Carr Jr., was host-
ess Friday night tor .a pink and
blue Shower at her lovely home,
south of Levelland, honoring Mrs.
formed the centerpiece for toe ser-
ving table. * • ~
Ptnk .tows w*re_used at other
vantage 'points throughout the
A cor»*ge of baby looks.with
baby rose buds in each sock was.
pTfoCntw uic nonorp€.
Lime punch, cookies and nuts,
were served the guests after the
opening of toe gifts. .
PTA meeting set
at Central tonight
Ah Important meeting of
Central PTA will be held Tues-
day night, March 8, la the Jun-
ior High School Cafeteria.
The meeting has been set for
IMS pea. a* which time a aom-
inating committee will be ap-
pointed. All members are urg-
ed to be present.
Mrs.- W. P. Hardin of Granite
Shoals is here visiting her daugh-
ter and son-te-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby O’Neal, coining especially
to welcome her new granddaughter
Stacy Lea. She will be joined over
toe-weekend-by* her husband-end'
two daughters, .Brenda and Lynna
Rhea. Paternal grandparents of
Stacy Lea are Mr. and Mrs. Ansi!
O’Neal of Levelland.
Pettit FFA group
ad sales program
PETTIT, (Spl.l — The Pettit
FFA Chapter has completed the
selling of its 1960 Cooperative
Vocational Agriculture calendar
The FFA Calendar Committee
was composed of chairman Jerry
King >and members-Tommy Price
and Hershell Hill.
The following trims purchased
$20 calendar ads: Belcher and
Sops Welding Works. Pettit Co-
op-Gin. and Green Card Gin. These
firms purchased $10 calendar ads:
TOiiteface Farms Inc., Goetersloh-
Anderson Implement Co., Palmer’s
Cleaners. Homer Johnson Oil A
Butane Co. Inc., MAM OQdsmobilc-
GMC, Long S Gin Inc., Texaco
Inc., Sander’s Hardware A Supply,
Texas Electric Company, Level-
land State Bank. Piggty Wiggly.
Simon Lumber Company, L e o n
Ranson's Farm and Ranch Store,
Ivey Grocery, Heard Gin, Ellis
Pharmacy, Levelland Compress,
Ideal Gas Inc .'. Chamberlain Elec-
triq and Refrigeration, Bob Reid
Chevrolet, P ax.t o n Insurance
Agency, J. L. Smallwood Gin,
Hitch-N-Post, and, Hockley County
set h6re Frijtay
The Hockley County Council
of Garden Clubs w$U bold nn
important meeting nt **• n.m.
Friday, Mtirch 11 In toe K#>d-
dy Room of Southwestern pub-
lic Service Co.- .., . ’. \
Plans will be made,and to*
date set for toe ..spring flow-
er show and plans'wlh be com-
pleted for toe bower show
school to-be here in the ftp.
Delegates from Levelland,
ROpesvllle and Sundown are-
urged to attend. : ' r *
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The Soil Conservation Service
employees entertained' their wives
with dinner and a games parly at
the Spot dining room Friday night.
Following the meal games were
enjoyed. ' „. • ■
Those enjoying the hospitality
were- Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Hinton.
CLEARWATgR. Fla. (AP) —
ms. a. —,
tor the Annual Parent and San
Barbecue, an annual FFA trip, and
other activities of the Pettit Chap-
Mack Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Don
Montgomery. Mr. and, Mrs. Gene
Grice, and Martha Jean,' aM" Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bolff.
to fete husbands
at meet tonight
Husbands of members at the
Progressive Garden Club will be
hosts at tbs annual club’s ‘‘Hus-
bands Night,” at 7 p.rn. Tuesday.
March 8. in the Reddy Room.
Each of the men will make a
flower • arrangement wWcb will be
judged during the ‘ meeting. The
arrangements will be used as
A Pot-luck dinner will be serv-
ed. • *
Couple in England
reject plea to keep
their unborn child
LUTON. England (API — Re-
jecting a' tearful plea from his
mother. Leo Moore says he and
his wife will go ahead with plans
to give their unborn baby to an
American couple tor adoption.
‘‘We can manage air own af-
fairs;”1 said the. 40-year-old bus
driver after liis mother. Ellen
Moore, appealed ‘■to him and his
wife, Yvonne, to drop their plans.
Mrs. Moore. 62, who made the
150-mile trip here from her home
in Manchester, urged the Moores
to let her raife the child if they
did not tyant.it.' . - ’
“She came in: here crying and
malttog.^a »cene,” . s*id Moore.
•Trtvne* k cMld. I with my moth-
er had not interfered.’
ar-rtli? wifs. l
for the United
the baby, her
Tt will: be
Charleston,. SXJ.,' cduple.
whipped up- a- storm of criticism
frojh; neighbors and Howe's «>-
The Mnoree r
they, -have made
The following legal Instruments
were filed In the office of Mrs.
Grace Clingan, county clerk;
J. L Teal, el ux, et si, to C- H.
Zant, Lab. 14, Lg. 3. Jones CSL.
B. A. Warren to W. E. Morris,
Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 21. Resurv. Sun-
Troy Ira Petty, et ux to Bishop
B. -Keeling. Lot 8, Blk. -1. Hicks
R. C. Harral to Weems and Nel-
son. N-2 Lot 74 and S. 48 25’ Lot
73. Colonial HU. Addn. Lev.
O. C. Heard, et ux, to Bessie
WASHINGTON (AP) - Election
cf Arthur H.’Motley, president of
Parade Publications Inc., New
Tork, as the next president of
United States Chamber of Com-
merce was announced • today by
the chamber’s board of" directors.
Motley will take office May 4
at the chamber's annual meeting
here, succeeding Erwin 'D. Can-
ham, editor of the Christian
Science Monitor. Cartham win be-
come chairman of the board.
A vigorous advocate of business-
iqep’s participation in pitohc faf-
fairs, Motley, is chairman at the
chamber’s political participation
Favorable busmeM tiends “des-
pite the political uncertainties of
an, election year” - were forecast
by Motley. •
btilion. dollars-■ annoany. by the ana
of-.this year, about <40 Wfiicn
er than tajtije.Iut wrier at.i^O.
• The ' Sft-year-dld: prendent-^bet
declared hit support tor President
Eisenhower’s balanced. budget and
tor removal of the- inteSHt-ceil-
ing on fediral bcnds. Motley- to a
native of Mtonespdlfs and a grad-
■rite Mboce. ^ titey rtH «nk
•v -have made the right deci-
tfvedn Ltexhtoont* N.y;: . ,
for GOP nominol-ion
ANNAPOUS. Md. (AP), — Gen.
Albert C. Wedemeyer. 83, retired
the criticism is qnjustified.
"They can’t afford the beby and
dwff wint it,” said Mrs. Prescott.
•‘We can afford it and we want
It very b«By. God never saw it
to give-- us* one - of our own.
T don’t know why people art
criticizing Mra.'Mpore. She aounds
like a vefy- unselfish .person to
me.” ■ ’ ' .’ .
Dove Phil ley ogees
to temirwith PhilHes
Philadelphia Phillies by telephone
from bis home in'Paris. T«x.
PhiSey is expected for tin
ing World War P, is f candidate
for Republican ncmipation'"'to
Congress in .Maryland’s 6th Dia-
trist in the MayT7 primary.^,
He Uvea- on a farm In Mont-
gomery County, not far from the
nstion's caftitel." '
He win be opposed by three
other candidates in the G&P
race for the seat held by Rep.
John R. Foley, a Democrat who
has filed for renomjnation.
Heard et al, Undv. one-fifth tot; la
1H ac. out of Tr. 38. L«. 68, Harde-
man CSL and 5, ac. out of Tr.
38. L" “ Hardeman CSL.
Ray Tidwell, et ux, to M. M.
Tidwell, et ux, Lot 1, Blk. 10, AO-
■ Robert Dalton Johnson, et at, to
Flora Hamill Crenshaw, 2 ac.- tr.
out at SE-cor Lab. 13, Lg. 733,
A. F. George Sr., et ux. to H. W.
Bailey. Lot 17, Blk. 17, Lev.
Major Russell, et ux, to L. F.
Scboenrock, Tr. out of Lab. 10, Lg.
72, Val Verde CSL.
Bessie Curry, to B. M. Taliafer-
ro. et ux. Lot 9, Blk. 32, Evans
Ernest Stewart, et ux. to Howell
N. Harpole, Lot 11. Blk. 126, Lev.
Woodrow Weaver, to Howell N.
Harpole? Lot 9, Blk. 4. Lea aud
Brown Addn.. Lev.
James N. Cox, et ux, to W. R.
Price. Lot 17 and S 11’ Lot 16,
Colonial Hts Addn., Lev.
William Nelfon Polasek, et me. to
T. R Gressett, et ux. Lot 17, Blk.
2, Deluxe Place Addn., Lev.
G. V. Edgar, et al, to R. L. Cor-
ley Jr., Lab. 9, Lg. 33, Baylor
CSL; (18 mo. term),
WUber- L. Cain, et ux, to Honolulu
Oil Corp... Lab. 10, Lg. 721, SCL
^James R. Cochran, at al to Hono-
hdu Oil- Corp., Lab. 15, Lg. 712,
SCL I5.yr, term).-
D/C. Thetford, et ux, to Honolulu
Oil,Corp., Lab. 9, Lg. 72L BCL|
15-yr. term) -
to J. D. Hurler A Alan & Leeper,
to-J. D.-Huner k Alan B. Leeper,
Sec. 4. 5 and 6, Blk. L PSL and
Sec. 19 and-20, Blk. E. ELARR
Ry Co..Survey (3 yr. term)
.Qkzto 'Lang, to.Diamond Drffltnf
Co., Lab. 9, Lg. 706, SCL (4 mot
•J, G. THorrhilL Harry LoMatee.
Jr., Bruce LetMaira, L. M. McAdoo,
MoHie E. Hale, to Diamnd Drilling
Co...Lab. 1, Lg. 706, SCL <1 yr.
W..O. Tipton, et ux, to Dtemend
Drilling Co., Lab. 2. Lg. 706 SCL
(1 yr. term)
' Cherry Brothers, to Woodley Fa-
ttSegm' Co.. et M, EA Sac. 96,
Blk. A, RMT.
- The following marriage Seaaaa
was issued at Mrs. Clingan’* office:
tour-star general who.
ed American forces in China dur- •oog Vayc..'^yef*'
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Finclytrial jury still
listening to testimony
LOS ANGELES (AP) The
Finch trial jury as spent almost
much tints listening as d
liberating since it got the murder
ae last Friday, and proapseta et
a -verdict this week are growing
The jury was to listen today to
anetber reading of the secretly re-
corded statement Dr. R. Bernard
Finch gave police after Ms wife
was shot, to'death.
The statement was sprung on
the doctor as the state closed its
cross-examination of him more
than a month ago. He said' he
hadn’t realized it was being- Re-
corded. The state said it indicated
he: changed history at toast twice.
"After brief deliberation?, the
jury decided Saturday it wanted
to. hear the text cf the doctor's
testimony, plus the text cf the
statement to police.
Dr. Fhtoh. 42. and his mistress,
Carole Tragoff. .23,- are accused
cf nan-dering the doctor’s wife.
Barbara Jean. 36. last Juto 18.
Each is riwrged with murder and
.- The. following 1960 automobiles
were registered hi the office cl
Murry Stewat, county tax asses-
sor • collector:
Chevrolet*: Harold E. Mowry,
Lev.; R. H. Brasher, Lev.: B> T»
Caswell, Lev. (piokup); Weldon
Franks. Lev.: Mrs. NeH Mat-
thews, Lev.; Earl D. Waldrop. Lev.
Hockley County (pickup); ManhaR
Mason, Post; Ed Hcfhctet, Lev.;
Mercury: O. L. Walls, Brownflsd,
Fords: 'San Andres MtarrBtf6
vice; Jess Wbftord. Lev.
Plymouth: San Andras Mud Sen
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Brewer, Orlin. The Levelland Daily Sun News (Levelland, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 154, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 8, 1960, newspaper, March 8, 1960; Levelland, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1129874/m1/3/?q=GRANITE%20SHOALS: accessed October 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting South Plains College.