The Winkler County News (Kermit, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1965 Page: 2 of 8
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Friday, Jan, 29,1965
Winkler County News, Kermii, "Texas
A TREE IS PLANTED —Mrs. Harry Reid, who was in charge of Kermit Garden Club’s Arbor
Day program, is assisted by Walter Lee Davis, a fourth grader, in planting a flowering willow
tree on the grounds of Dunbar School. (Staff Photo)
KG Club Observes Arbor Day
Kermit Garden Club held its
annual observance of Arbor Day
Thursday by hearing a special
program at Dunbar School and
then planting a flowering willow
tree on the school grounds.
After meeting' ip the home of
Mrs. G, T. Giltigan, the group
adjourned to Dunbar where a pro-
gram was given by fourth grade
pupils. The children sang Am eri-
ca, and gave pl*6ge of allegiance;
A poem, Trees, was read and a
song, A Tree In The Ground, was
sung. Two other readings, A Tree
and Result of Roses, were heard.
Mrs. Harry Reid, who was in
charge of the observance, gave
an Arbor Day program and the
children watched and assisted
with planting the tree.
Mrs. Verne Jackson, presi-
dent, was in charge of the busi-
ness meeting. Club pledge was
read and Mrs. Reid served as
secretary in the absence of Mrs,
J. L. Slaughter.
Report was made that Mrs.
John Gammili had reviewed Sil-
via Hirsch, Table Setting and
Flower Arrangement, for the
Panorama Garden Club in Sea-
grifves and set luncheon and
breakfast tables for club mem-
The group voted to buy needle-
point holders for members of the
Junior Garden Club. Members
also voted to send a check as
their part of funds to purchase a
gift for the District Governor,
Others present were Mrs, Cle-
on Denison, Mrs. Marvin Owen,
Mrs. T. H. Stroud, Mrs. Richard
Horner, Mrs. Ed Courville, Mrs.
Clinton Ferrell and Mrs. H. C,
Black beats often are mis-
takenly classified among the hi-
Flowing tests of the Wolfcamp
continued in Pure Oil Compa-
ny’s No. 1 Red Hill Unit, sec-
tion 32J25s-33e, a dual Wolfcamp
and Pennsylvanian gas-distillate
discovery 30 miles southwest of
Jal and 2Vz miles northwest of
the Salada Draw Delaware sand
pool in southwestern Lea Coun-
ty, N. M.
The stride flowed gas at the
rate of 11.75 million cubic feet
daily plus 495.4 baarels of dis-
tillate in an unreported length
of time from the Wolfcamp
through perforations at 13,440 to
13,667 feet. Testing continued
with the Pennsylvanian shut in.
It also had flawed gas and dis-
tillate on tests through perfora-
tions at 14,607 to 14,864 feet,
after treatment with 1,000 gal-
lons of acid.
Pure’s No. 1 Brinninstool Deep
Unit, section 36-23s-32e, New
Mexico’s deepest indicated pro-
ducer in western Lea, 30 miles
west of Jal and one mile south-
east of the Triste Draw Dela-
ware pool, flowed gas at the
rate of 725,000 cubic feet daily
along with 86 barrels of salt wa-
ter on latest test of the Morrow
sand through three - quarters-
inch choke and perforations at
15,468 to 15,509 feet.
Associated Oil & Gas Explora-
tion, Inc., Houston, No. 1 Fed-
eral-Midwest, section 12-9s-37e,
14 miles east, northeast of Cross-
roads and three-quarters of a
mile northwest of San Andres
gas production in the Sawyer
area of northeastern Lea, yield-
ed 62 barrels of fluid, 95 per
cent oil and 5 per cent water,
on a 12-hour swabbing test of
the San Andres through perfora-
tions at 4,851 to 4,935 feet, after
being acidized with 3,000 gal-
lons. Testing continued.
Location west extension and
third producer in a new San
Andres pool 12 miles north of
Caprock in northwestern Lea is
Bell Petroleum Company. Mid-
land, No. 3-5 State, section 5-
9s-32e. completed to pump 45
barrels of 18 gravity oil, plus
106 barrels of water daily
through perforations at 4,242 to
4.248 feet, after treatment with
2,000 gallons of acid.
4-H Club Boys Meet Wednesday
Forty-five 4-H Club boys, in-
cluding two new members, met
Wednesday in Junior High School
Discussions were held on var-
ious projects the boys are work-
ing on or planning to start, in-
cluding horses and organization
of a 4-H Boys and Girls Riding
Roy Peden, county agricultural
agent, met with the group at 12;40
Ever add slivers of preserved
ginger — the kind that comes
packed in syrup — to a yam cas-
serole? Delicious with ham or
For Those You (ove
Kermit Office Supply
Elvin Doyle Brownlee of Ker-
mit is among 455 seniors who
have applied for bachelor’s de-
grees at. North Texas State Uni-
versity this semester.
Winter commencement exer-
cises are scheduled for 2 p.m.
Jan, 31 in the Main Auditorium.
Brownlee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elvin D, Brownlee, 720 Hejupe
Drive, is a candidate for the
bachelor of business administra-
tion in management.
AT KIDNAP BREAKFAST-—Mrs. L. A. Chandler and
daughters, Shirley and Lynn, were hostesses Saturday morn-
ing for a Kidnap Breakfast, honoring Shirley Chandler’s guest
Margot Jackson of Independence, Mo. Enjoying the affair
were, front row (left to right), Lynn Chandler, Donna Mathis,
Shirley Chandler who was home from Sul Ross CollegeT
Carol Hunter and Laura Wolf, who is attending Texas Tech.
Shown at back are Jo Ann Lepley of San Angelo College,
Jan Wittie, Gail Hines of Texas Tech, Miss Jackson the
honoree, Betty Hunter and Barbara Matthews of Texas Tech.
RECEIVE CERTIFICATES — Six members of the Winkler
County Historical Survey Committee were cited for their
services recently. Presenting certificates to four of the group
is Mrs. Janice Scogin (left), County Commissioner. Committee
members receiving awards are (left to right) Judge W. E.
Cook, Chairman Ray Kayser, Mrs. Ralph Legrande and Eddie
sMae Mosley. Not pictured are Mrs. Kayser and Dave Sclair.
Kayser said only 12 of the state’s 254 county committees
earned the state recognition. (Staff Photo)
Two chapters of the mission
study book* Frontiers of Ad-
vance, were studied when mem-
bers of Northside Baptist Church
Womans Missionary Society met
Tuesday morning in the home of
Mr. Don O’Donnell. Mrs. B. S.
Beck brought the study.
Mrs. James Wade read mis-
sionary prayer calendar and Mrs.
Beck led in prayer. Mrs. Wade
“ led a special prayer.
Mrs. Wm. L. Amos gave clos-
Others attending were Mrs,
C. M. Chastain, Mrs, J. A. Craw-
ford, Mrs. B. C. Haynie, Mrs.
B. R. Hlbdon, Mrs, H. B. Keithly,
Mrs. M. R. Loper aud Mrs, Bar-
Alphabet macaroni delights
AWARD WINNERS—Special awards were presented these members of Lambda Alpha Chpter,
Beta Sigma, shortly after they were almost pulled from their homes for the annual come-as-you-are
breakfast. None but members of the social committee know when the event is to be held. Mrs.
Bobby D. Crawford (seated left) was named the Sleepiest and Mrs. Manuel Kesner, with the
ruffled net, was voted to have the Neatest Hair Style. Mrs. Don Michel (standing left) and Mrs.
A1 Herrington (center) had the distinction of having the Most Agreeable Husbands. Mrs. Dan
Cooke (right) was named the one having the most feminine appeal. (Staff Photo)
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Sclair, Dave. The Winkler County News (Kermit, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1965, newspaper, January 29, 1965; Kermit, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth809881/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Winkler County Library.