Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1963 Page: 12 of 16
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APRIL 25, 1963.
THE CLAUDE NEWS
CLUBS • LOCALS
Nelson - Lovell vows read Friday
Miss Shirley Nelson became ment table.
the bride of Mr. Joe Tom Lovell, The Nelson home was aecuiat-
Friday evening, April 12, 1963. The ed with baskets of spring How era.
double ring ceremony was held in The serving table was covered
the home of the bride's parents, with a grass linen heirloom cloth.
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Nelson of A beautiful four tiered wedding
Claude, Texas. The Rev. Paul cake, made for the bridegroom ')y
Handcock, pastor of the First his aunt, Mrs. Onita Dial of
Christian Church of Clarendon, Hartley, centered the table de-
preformed the ceremony. corations. The three top tiers were
Attendants were Mrs. Jimmie placed on a silver tray and a
McFarland, sister of the bride, garland of flowers was laid around
apd Jim Lovell, of Dumao, broth- them.
er of the bridegroom. The bride is a graduate of
Music was rendered by another Texas Tech in Lubbock. She was
sister of the bride, Mrs. Marilyn previously employed as a designer
Prickett and her husband, Ken, for the Dotty Dan Mfg. Co. of
of Lubbock. Mrs. McFarland Lamesia. .She has also done grad-
played the wedding march ar>d uate work at Texas Womans Uni-
did the accompaniments. versity and taught homemaking
The bride v.ore a tailored she-?th in the Floydada high school two
dress of soft coffee color with years before entering the Claude
self colored embroidery on it. A high school in the same capacity
duster type, many buttoned, light last year. She plans to continue
weight tan coat, completed the teaching.
going away costume. The bridegroom is a graduate
Only the immediate members of SMU. He spent four years in hi malTia£re of their dau-
o< the U V. Nelson and Ben the U.S. Navy. He haS continued f
Lovell families were present, ex- his service trough the Naval Re- ^ Patterson, SOn of Mr. and
cept for the minister and Miss serve and holds the rank of
Ruth Justiss, who presided with Lt. Commander. He is employed
to see other lodges work,
a lot Panhandle.
_ _ Mrs. Ada Buttles was presented
opw A. r* "o" --- wltj1 a surprise birthday party.
The Maiden Harmony Club met After lodgc refreshments of
oake and ooffee were served and
enjoyed by all. Team practice
followed. Team captain, Jack
Friday, April 19, 7 p.m. Claude
_ .. .... Lodge No. 4 went to Panhandle
Eight membei'sand^three ^vis^- -^0dge No. 167 for team practice.
""1 " Welcome back anytime Pan-
Those attending were Rosa
■Wood, Bobbie Holland Nan Camp-
bell, Helen Ivey, Margaret Suttles,
Maiden Club enjoy Ck'
The Maiden Harmony Club
in the home of Eva Nickell April
12, 1963, for their Easter program
The President, Frances May, pre-
sided over the business session.
The club voted to give a do-
nation to the cancer fund.
t members and thr
tors answered roll call, thfen a
very interesting program was giv-
en by Frances Reck, Edith Ballard
and Frances May.
At the social hour members
played pass-word then enjoyed Frances pord, Ada Suttles, Mollie
delicious. refreshments of sand
wiches, cake and coffee.
Members attending were Fran-
ces May. Frances Reck, Thelma
January, Suvania Sanders, Edith
Ballard, Fttie Conrad, Viola Nick-
ell and the hostess. Eva Nickell.
We were glad to have as our
visitors, Alice Yeaman, Mrs. Rus-
s?ll and Ela Wilmoth.
Eva Nickell presented each
member and visitor with an Eas-
ter basket containing a live to-
Our next meeting will be with
Viola Nickell, April 26. Everyone
ley to be present.
Ferguson, Eula May Sparks, Joyce
Jackson, Frankie Honeycutt and
Jack Allen all of Claude Rebe-
kah Lodge No. 4.
The guest attending from Pan-
handle Rebekah Lodge No. 167
were Jean Allen Winnie Pingle-
ton, Cyril Pingleton, Betty Pingle-
ton, Leona Roe, Guynn Tabor,
Gladys Turner, Clara Booth, Dar-
lcne Miller, Viola Robertson, Myrl
Jean Creely, Bula McLeod.
Thanks to. friends
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Goodin an-
nounce the engagement and ap-
Mrs. Jim Lovell at the refresh-
Mrs. Clarence Patterson.
A family wedding is
at the Farmers State Bank ... , _ „ ,nrn ,.^.w
Clarendon, in the capacity of Panned for Fnday June 7, 1963 Wolfe cjt T
... . in thp First Mp.thodist, CJhurrh 01 ..
vice president and casnier
After a short trip to Santa Fe,
Mr. and Mrs. Lovell will be at
home to their friends in Claren-
. i••;:T:v r i
Medical Self Help
course slated here
in the First Methodist Church of
in Jaramillo home
I express my thanks and ap-
preciation to my friends and
neighbors for being so thought-
ful of me while I have been sick.
The flowers, cards and visits have
May we express our apprecia- meant so much to me. May Gods
tion for every kindness extended richest blessings be with you.
us on the loss of our loved one. Delton Dye.
Your words of sympathy and
prayers were deeply appreciated.
The Finelys of Claude.
Easter visitors in
Those visiting during Easter
™'h B'A VanBhns wcre Mr examl„„Uon. whe„. diving to
and Mrs. Wesley Blankensh.p o! ^ o( ^ poo, w plck „p
a brick, she dived too deep, hit-
ting her mouth on the brick.
She sustained a cup lip which re-
Receive Life Saving
badge in swimming
Joan Thornberry and Jim Hub-
bard received their Senior Life
Saving Badge in swimming in
Amarillo last Thursday evening.
Betty Hubbard was also taking
Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Wadley of Dodson, Texas,
Mr. ancl Mrs. Leonard Vaughn
and boys of Graham. Texas and >(U.„
„ ' , _ _ auired four stitches to close
Nelda and Sonny Scroggins of •*"
Needle Craft Club
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jara-
millo are the proud parents of a
baby boy, Timathy Martin, born
The Claude Business Womens Monday, April 22, 1963, at 7 a.m. The Nced)e Craft club met
Club, in cooperation with the City ln the The you"g with Stella Dye April 18, in the
of Claude and Armstrong County man weighed 6 lb. 9 oz Grand-
Civil Defense, is sponsoring a Paren„ts anLMr; and,M™- Ge°'
Medical Self Help Course and all f/ardT of C^ude and Mr. and
women of Claude who are inter- Mrs- Jaramillo of Lela Lake.
ested in taking the course are in-
vited to meet at the Fire Station
Friday evening, April 26, 1963, at
The Medical Self Help Course
Virginia Ransom in
'The Music Man'
afternoon with 11 present.
Those attending were Mmes.
Davis, Thornberry, Hundley, Ber-
tha Jones, Lela Cope, Edna Bag-
well, Alpha Jasper, Lena Patter-
son, Belle Brunson and Emma
Bagwell and the hostess, Stella
Dye. We had an enjoyable after-
The club voted to send a dona-
by Sue Cory
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Virginia Ransom, Claude stu-
differs from the basic first aid dent at WTS University, Canyon,
courses in that it is based on the has been cast in "The Music tion to the cancer fund.
premise that medical help will Man" at the college. The musical our next meeting will be with
not be available in a short length will be presented in the Branding Belle Brunson, May 2, jn the af-
of time. Different techniques are Iron Theatre at WT at 8:15 p.m. ternoon. Everyone come to our
taught in the handling of emer- on the nights of May 1 through next meeting.
gencies and the course is some- the 11. Virginia plays Mrs. Squir-
es, one of the Del Sarte ladies. Ti L £ • __ J_
She is a senior music major and ! Hanks to friends
recently won an alternate award May I extend to each of you
in the Amarillo Symphony Con- my sincere appreciation for your
test. She belongs to Phi Epsilon kind rememberances of cards, let-
and the WT choir. She has ap- ters, flowers, visits and prayers
peared in many past theatrical during my stay in the hospital
production on the WT campus. and since returning home. Each
thought meant so much to me.
Visitors in Mrs. Mls' Etl!el Glllham-
Tom Eptings' home Rebekahs receive
Relatives spending Friday night i l
with Mrs. Tom f. Epting and new member nere
all of Lubbock. The Peppers have attending memorial services for Claude Rebekah Lodge No. 4
one other child, a girl, Kelley Henry Smith on Saturday, were, met Tuesday April 16, 1963, at
2V6 years old. ' ' Mr- and Mrs- R L Plunkett and 7:30 p.m. Lodge opened in due
son, Murry, of Hillsboro and Mr. form with the following officers
and Mrs. T. L. Conaway of Dick- in the chairs: Rosn Wood, Noble
ens. Others visiting during Sat- Grand;Winnie Pingleton, Pro-tem
urday were Mr. and Mrs. Burl Vice Grand of Panhandle Lodge
Black of Muleshoe, Mr. and Mrs. No. 167; and Bobbie Holland, sec-
Lewis and Fern Hollingsworth George Epting and his sister, Miss retary.
returned home Thursday of last Dessie Epting of Dickens, Wallace Business was tabled due to the
week after spending two weeks Conaway of Dickens and Jodie initiation of Mrs. Lois Martin,
visiting Monterrey, Mexico City Conawav, a Baptist minister, also who was welcomed into the Circle
and Ocapulco in Old Mexico. They cf Dickens. Others visiting Satur- of Rebekah - Oddfel'owship. Pan-
reported a very enjoyable trip day were Mr. and Mrs. James handle Lodge No. 167 was invited
and rest. Hendrix of Panhandle. to initiate for Claude. It is Inter-
thing that would be of benefit to
anyone who took it.
Kevin Scott new
in Pepper home
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Pepper are
the proud parents of a son, Kevin
Scott, born Friday, April 12, 1963,
at 4:20 a.m. in the Memphis Hos-
pital in Lubbock. The young man
weighed 6 lb. 13 oz. Grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Denmon Morgan
and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pepper,
Returns from trip
to Old Mexico
Our business is complete, effi-
cient car service. We dean the
glass...sweep out the car...
check the radiator and hoses...
the fan belt and tires. We keep
you informed about the condi-
tion of potential trouble spots,
where neglect can be dangerous.
Drive in Soon . . .
Drive Away Happy
Bob's 66 Service
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1963, newspaper, April 25, 1963; Claude, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth355893/m1/12/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.