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   Winters Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 26, 1963, Winters, Texas                                 » -«.Vi i.w^'rj.na'j'rtjâî  feest Growing  Dinmunityl",  neis county!  ®he  BUY IT IN WINTERS!  I^-NINE  íIe town  WINTERS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 24, IMS  NUMBERS  ^ your action sei^^ CAdroparoumito  rjTe ball patk oí  IS you aren't a par-fe watch his yoimg rbis prowess on the S Us will appre-^ , and the prog-  YFW and Auxiliary To Hold Memorial , Services Suiidajr ^ || J  Members of Winters Post 9193, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the Ladies Auxiliary, will conduct Memorial Day services at" the  MemoriSl Day services ai w® « • «1?  graveside of Bill Wheat, Wingate, STORES WILL BE Sunday,^;May 26. Time of the ser-1 MAY 30  . who enjoys Little ■ the most-the par-  out on the playmg  e it's jiist a game, 'albeit they're out ,ery inning. If they pp a game-and one «ery game night— rfUe forgotten ! next day; failing ust tuck away the 1 thinking about the  like that for the par- TROPHIES—Pictured are a few serious business, Md 1 ^^ ^phies won by various . "J" units of Winters High School dur-  rie'big leagues. And I ing ;the present school term. They bliliely to be replayed wens 'foiTOaUy presented to the over coffee or shop- kigh school principal in a special the next few weeks, program recently. In the picture ihisiness, too, for the —  agers of the teams, s a trick to coach a ! to win games, and / boy have a chance . But that's what it's . give every kid who Jl lor Little League the I It least get up and do  I Little League man-j fwo hundred and thirty boys flat it's just as impor- Wingate and Lawn iH who does his ^f* communities are participating in J back to home P'«® this yetfr?8 Little League baseball  as it is to tlie nat- ¿rSgrariiV - with the first games sends the ball over ^^^ ^¿¿„¿¿y May 13. The pro-ir's head. | ^^^ ^¡ji ¿^d July 8.  i il»ut a conEressmanI In Winters, four major league iS who swS Sri teams and four minor league S1Sc£ral bUl a teams ar« made up of IW boys S iw cit! Lawn and Wingate each have 35 S golemmS boys in ml«,r and major league  t iot growing com. or teams. »i,«  When disc«»»^ T^Iii^Ri^erson, presid^^^  „ it was done Winters Uttle League Association. Which prompts our said that the season is getting kwt on Bluff Creek to underway in fine style, with con-Til he'd figured all along siderable interest being shown by the final bills com- team members and parents ana e lawmaking machines fans. Locally, Briley Field, tne ifloduced only as jokes, official LItUe League baseball  II lawmakers just hadn't field, has been improved for this season's play. New dugouts have been constructed with concrete  are, clockwise, left to right. Alvis Jackson, Student Council president and co-captain of the 1962 football team, who presented the scholastic and football trophies; Herbie Russell, captain of the I basketball team, presenting the  basketball trophies; High School Principal Robert Christian; Eugene Mathis, president of the Winters Chapter, FFA. presenting the FFA trophies; and Jerrell Elliott, band president, who presented the trophies won by the band. (Little photo)  I vice will be 4 p. m. I Services will be under the direction of the iRev. E. H. Graham, pastor of the First Presbyteran Church of Winters, and chaplain of the local VFW post. The public has been invited to attend these memorial services.  Post and auxiliary members will  place fla:g8 on the graves of all deceased vétérans in Winters and  surrounding area in observancé of  1 Memorial Day, it was announced.  Clean-Up Drive Continued To Next Week  Littfe League Baseball Gets Underway; 230 Participating  * * * *  SEASON STANDINGS  Major League  Dodgers ............  Yankees .........  Jets .................  Indians ..............  Pirates ..............  Cubs  W 2 1 1 1 1 . 0  L 0 1 1 1 1 2  Minor League  Giants ..... Cardinals Pirates ...  Cubs ........  Pirates  W 2 1 1 1 1  L 0 1 1 1 1 2  Pet. 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .500 .000  Pet. 1.000 .goo  .500 .500 .500 .000  Butch Blankenship.  Schedule for Little League play for the next week, subject to change, is:  Friday, May 24: Pirates vs Yankees, at Winters; Giants vs Pirates, at Winters.  Monday, May 27: Jets vs. Pirates', at Winters; Indians vs. Cubs, at Lawn..  Tuesday, May 28: Yankees vs Dodgers, at Winters.  Thursday, May 30: Jets vs. Yankees, at Winters.  the Winters Chamber of mérce and the City.  Indians ................ 0  ^ Jf * * *  Winters minor league teams^and managers are Giants, J- A-.»^"  — loeen wjnsi.u«™ ------- derson, Don Emmert; Cardinals,  ^ranacross the fol- and mesh wire, and a new conces^j^g. Butts. Weldon Byers; Indians ^ author unknown, the slon stand built. Grass hasjjeen Morrison; Pirates. Dub  iiid after reading it had planted on the infield, Anderson p^yjg  " put on his knickers, I said. Wingate Pirates, majors, ana  Explorer Scoute are operating Lhe wingate minors are managed the ^cession stand at the Win- L„d coached by Raymond Cowan, ters field this year. \ m Lawn, the Cubs and the  Most places of tmsliiess In Winters wUl be closed next Thittsday, May Sf, tar Memorial  Tiiis date Is one of the several recommended as holdays by the WIntera Chamber of Commerce, ■nie next one will be July 4.  [Accordionists To IPresent Assembly lOif God Program  A family of accordion players Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waggoner and three children, will present a musical program Sunday evening.  " m. at the Assembly  ___________on East Wood St.  The public has been invited to attend this musical program. Playing as an accordian quintet.  Because of the rains this week, ij^^y 25, ¿t 7 pi the cleanup drive which was sche- Church  duled to be completed Wednesday, • Thursday and Friday has been postponed until next Monday. Trucks-will be dispatched Mon-1 ^^d  day to pick up refuse collected by J^« SB unUed  residents, if weather permits, it central Amer-  was announced. appearing before thousands  Residents have been urged to churches, missions and public  ckah up their premises, cut weeds jijey have played in  and grass on vacahtvlots. The ef- unorthodox places as railway  fort is being sponsored Jointly by ¡„ tropical jungles, por-  —_ nt;-«!..».. nt Com-' - ■ - . —  Several Members Netted hi C-C Drive  Minor league games beg»" with majors begmnmg play  I with marbles and I to school again: itime school lunch I to bread in bis-«d boiled eggs andi^. w with an occasionaH ^'.^ jcipie and rarely a ^ ' ,, «.„etary-treasur-  io.lt IteLlS owl«»! «•M««'  'the joy of opening a Graham: Indians, J.  » «hoe box. or a half- Burnett. —  I can and discover-1 • ^  """ Quite a bit of s WMt on, as thé  ¿bUcuH ituffêd with I or a wadè^ ) for that rarest^ delicacies, in  l^r driedKHit and  [^w go  ¡hîi'^ to ¿chool knew ^ i« made the best  »¿Mmith kid.*tlSS  ^ wther tired of ^ were In é kbi.i'î^'iy- Mni  ïffSï 'fW  îfjiot fid up with  'Wm. freqi^l  DAUGHTER TO GIBBS  Mr and Mrs. Connie Gibbs are announcing the birth of a daughter, Tammy Melissa, Saturday, May 18. at Winters Municipal Hospital. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mayo and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Connie Gibbs of Crews.  attend honors DAY  Mr. and Mrs. Walter KraaU of Winters. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. White of Abilene, attended the Honors Day program at Texas Lutheran  ches of municipal palaces, plazas and streets. Mr. Waggoner has presented -programs in 14 of the Latin American countries, working with eviangelical missionaries of many denominations. In additiwi to the musical pro-. ^ .gram, the group will display many haw article^ of interest from countries  been added to A^ hst of the Win- of their experiences in  ters Chamber of Commerce m the « ^  current drive to buiW up the mem-lthose countries.  bership. .  BÙI Bell: la >membei:8hip^-chàir> man, with board of-ditector members on the committee.  New members within the past several days nclùde Pan American Sales, Winters Manufacturing Co  BoanI Named By  Co  ;y hach Ink nwi^  J*. «rtaUed im £ > hrteral'S  «ÄrSt'^  day. VlMy a4.v«coMing to J  Handtnoo. port »»»•"^t ; i««ii Auxiliary of the local  Cortei 1« chairman aid to  Sid «¿dy vete^-  ilM win be <ued to ■ iuivivort  tupb  in  tSnüno  Maliiis Bros.. Construction nounced when the drive is com- Bahlman^mayor ^ ^^^^^^  plet^. ^ lj P Dry have been named to the  board, and J. C. Wilkerson will Ibe an alternate member.  the board will meet May 28 to study the tax rolls, and will holdf^^. a public meeting on a later date. Date and time for the public  Pr^lûiiîÎNw^^^  M^^e rai^ the «rst part the week, and the heayy fall early " was expiamea. Wednesday sent the total rainfalH ^  for the month of . May out ahea^ "fciwi^^ returned home  of the total for the «m ^  during the previous four yeare. jj/j „here he had minor sur-  A total of 5;9 inches has faUen ^^ ^^ Monday. He is convalesc-In Winters and immediate area y  during this month, and witni^--  cloudy skies the middle of the' week, more is expected, pte Js one-half inch »»«JJ»»»^?«* ceived in May of 1961. which wm the highest for the year's fifth  -ÏÏ'S'i'ïSirfSf'thu» far with al Contributions to toe f^d to pim  toK 10 Inches, has made 19« Uase a^b^Wi»«^ »jr Je Wirt^ the second wettest y««' ^« Library had reached rast f^or the first five months, „esday noon, wito IWW A' totel rt 13,r wa. r«celved. «achthe »OOO mark by t^^ te^May ofHOl. but the aame U deadline, the Jg^«  Sh foi the other three V*»" ham, who is workii«jrtJ^ fund Utt behind that. drive committee, announced. .  ^ ^naniM^ that thr Winters up to lart Wednesday, a total ^of ClXTirS^of town r«ceLved 14480 had been wntributed. with Tk^i» 11 <im4im of'water from thwitsio coming in this week. ÏSV rlffl to X watershed. pïhe Rero^^ IS went over the spiUWay early Ut-of-town people^ Ti«.«»uw substantial contributions to help  ÏÏSWFAIX COMPARISONS the fu^. He^ that ^  Graduation exercises , for the 1963 graduating class of Winters High school have been set for Sunday, May 26, and Monday, May 27.  Baccalaureatë services for the 58 candidates will be held at 8 p. m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church witii tiie Rev. Ray Elliott, pastor of ' the First Methodist winging the sermon.  Commencement services will be held at 8 p. m. Monday in the high school auditorium with Dr. ; R. N. Çavenéss, president of San Angelo College, as the principal speaker.  Invocation for the baccalaureate services Sunday night wiU be given by Jerry Sneed, and the benediction by Wayne Dobbins. A vocal ensemble made up; of high school students will present special music for the exercises..  Eugene Mathis. senior class vice president, will give the invocation for the commencement exercise. Monday night.  Thé valedictory address will bé given by Jerrel Elliott, while the salutatory address will be given by Bernard Adami, Monday night.  Dr. Caveness will be introduced by R. F. Christian, high school principaL Special awards of achievement will be made by Mike Mitchell, National Honor Society president, and Mrs. Christian.  Diplomas will be presented to the class by School Superintendent James B. Kevins.. Alvis Jackson, president of the Student Council, will give the benediction.  Members of the .1963 graduating class are: Alvina Armbrecht, Su Deaton, Sharon Denson. Deloris Foster, Tamala Gans. Virginia Gardner, Dickie Hale. Carolyn Helm, Sharon Johnsoii. Mary Jane Mattiiews, Bettye" Mayfield, Lynn Mitchell; Wanda Powers. Dons Rice, Gretta Riddle. Carolyn Scott,^ Rosalene Scott, LaRoss Sheppard, Judy Smith, Geneva «Sudduàirand-tinda White.  Bernard Adami, Tommy Alfrey, Mike Bedford, Billie Joe Briley, Michael Browne. James BurleMn, Tommy Burton, Jerry Chambliss, Edwin Deike, Wayne DobbiM, Ronnie Dunnam. James Easterly, Jerrel Elliott, Lanny England, Manuel Esquivel. Jr.. Donnie Gibbs, William Holle. Alvis J^ son, Leroy Kraate. Dean Maasr-^ Ronald Mapes. Mike Marks. Eugene Matiiis, Lyndon McBeth, Richard McMillan. Alton O'Neal Jr.. Cariton Parks, Dan Roberts, Herman Russell. Jimmy Seals, Jim Sho<*, Jerry Sneed. Louis Roland Tekell. Larry Webb. Tommy Young. Ronnie Willingham.  FROM FT. WORTH  Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bridwell and children, Toby and Mitzie. of Fort Worth, were week-end visitors in the home of theiir grandparents^ great grandpi^rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bridvell/  (UMlfidal)  .were mailed to Wtoters area resl-'nVSSL this week, explaining the for funds, and that req^e 1-S to thOM letters is expected to 6.0 bring to a good amount  3.S % a few moré days remato to  »•» whidh to coUect th® mw J»? IM Rev; Gral^ Mid. TiM'Gbmmittee 'to obtaliied an optloB to inwM ,tiM buildtog. but the option wlU ^ided  jnirchase price of |t.OQO u nM ffi^y.ttat date. Ha^wP«»^,  ïcoft»:"'  fM Cortei, and Mika Meyer, aw  ^m^Î^t^Â' ÂÎ  KUy Piimplmr  N«w SÄretaw _________  «íianiaDeltááli U> talib O» U» >»<>>  Sara Ana ^ M».' :  * (l>ho(o by  m  and  man said. The total amount was halved by the first c<Hiti:ibuti<ms of $1500 by Cal Young, president of West Texas Utilities, and John Q. Mci^ams, president of the Wtoters State Bank.  the building to be purchased by the library committee for use as a pubUc library 1« the former ters^offlce ol the W^ Texas Utilities Co. on North Mato Street  People wlshtog to make cont^-  tions to the library buildtog fund are asked to maU them to Libr^ Building Fund, Mr». Noel Raldi Wtoters State Bank. Contributions thus far M4M.M  Buford Owens ..... .......... M.00  Winters PIgglyWiggly.. 50.00 W. J. Morgan, ^^ C(dumbto,S.C............. l».00  AbUene ................J® J®  M. A. SpUl ....................... M *  Homer H^^^ 2*2  NWtotera HD Oub » Doaal L, HarriiOtt^..^.^.. ^ W-* w D Pariah.............•••••  'isarafeis;:  ~j9ny .Ward',: .••••it"'!"......... -S'S'  .Dr, C. T. Rlwa ..................»»II.  Wm^ 4  S. ; Jf -•íerSBlHh-rrii'.:  I  áíT  11  ì  t  1  ■, '11.;  M  •J i  'Kv  ■  fi  ÉMêih  «Ci   

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