Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on December 24, 1935 · Page 3
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 3

Clovis, New Mexico
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Tuesday, December 24, 1935
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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24,1935 CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO EVENING NEWS-JOURNAK , , ~ _~JT * •— • ' ^Tl-_. - . .1: __L ^J _l ^i-^——^—1 - ! : 1^ ;_i_^_ — ^^__ t ^_ 1 _^__i_ Services Tonight At St. James Church_ * Tonight at 11:30 the St.. James Episcopal church will hold its annual ritualist service in observance of the birth of Christ, the Midnight Cnndle Light Eucharist. The complete program, ns. announced by Rev. Milton J. Swift, Vicar, follows: Stanton Lewis, Musical Director. Phcbe Corey Lewis at the Organ. Virginia Klein, Harp. Sacrlstians— Crucifler Donald Griffith Church Flag .Eugene Hardwlck 'American Flag ...;........ Ray Johnson Altar—Ben. Hill, J,r., Robert Wright. Bell—George Hammond. 'Cornet—Iva Dannelloy Worrell, Holy Euchiirlftt Carols—The Choir. Harp Voluntary—'Virginia- -Klein. "Organ'.Voluntary —-Phebe Corey Lewis. Processional, Hymn—720. Kyrle Eleison. Gloria Tfbi. Holy Gospel, St. John 1-1. Gratius Tibi. , Christmas Anthem—Boy Choir. Sermon Hymn—No. 73. Address. Offertory Sentence. Offertory—"O Holy Nipht"- -Stan- toil Lewis. Snrdum Cordn. Sanctus. Benedict us. Agnus Dei. , . Gloria in Exccisls. Final Amen. • Nunc Dlmittis, >•: , Recessional Hy'mri—No: 80. (Congregation remain kneeling until Altar candles are extinguished) Christmas Day—Holy Eucharist, 10:00 a. m. Choir Personnel Boys: Robert Humphreys, Keece Jameson, A. L. Humphrey, Howard Cox, Stoner Bonnell, Jack Hull, Neal Schnffcr, Gerald Gunnel.v Tommy Morrison, Ben Hill, Jr., Paul Garri- Miss Celfeste Miller ! Bride Of T. T. Burns ,Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Miller announce the marriage of their daughter, Celeste, to T. T. Burns of this city Saturday evening, in Portales. The pastor of the Church of Christ officiated. The ring ceremony was used. The bride was lovely in a soft Wool dress of baby blue. The bridegroom was attired in a dark conventional business suit. •" . Mrs. Burns is a graduate of the Clovis High school class of 1934, and has lived-in Clovis. for many years. Mr. Burns is formerly of Lubbock and is now,, employed by the Clovis Tailoring Co. .',"'.• The young couple will make their home at 1220 Rencher street. Big Dance At Hotel Tonight A fitting climax to the pre-Christmas activities which Manager Crow of the Hotel Clovis has been conducting will be the Christmas Eve dance, to begin tonight at 9.- o'clock and play until the crowd gives up. ' There will be absolutely no extra charge for this special dance, which promises to start off the Clovis dancer's celebration in the correct way i Not only is the Hotel Clovis decorated in the most beautiful fashion possible, but the ballroom is an artistic arrangement of all the appointments which portray the holiday season. '•:•' :°.:''-.V •'. .-.• .'".'.''.-'.'• '. . . ''"• And this is one dance, with an extraordinary band, that will ploy until the dancers decide otherwise. Big Dinner Party In Pleasant Hill Home Mr. and Mrs.'Paul Jones of Pleasant Hill, were charming hosts Sunday evening to a number, of their friends at a lovely four course dinner. The table appointments and arrangements carried out the seasonal motif in every detail. The invited guests enjoying Mr. and son. Warner D.,'Smoot. The invited guests enjoying Mr and Adult, Alice Wain, 'Grace G. Grif-; Mrs. "Sones 1 hospitality were Miss filh, Mae Smith, Agnes Denhof, ES- Mary Curtiss,. Miss. Dons-Blair, Miss : ' ., ..... „',._ T ».' *.i.i_._ n Tnnn T.nvp nnp '- Miss Tlmilah Nnrrls. ther F. Hill. Hobert R. Miller, Hill. Ushers: . Lee Ross Hammond, Iva Donnelly Worrell, Dr. C. E. Worrell, Mr. T. L. Wilson; jj en i lona Lovelace, 1 Miss Beulah Norris, Thursday— W.M.S, of the First Baptist church meeting this afternoon at the church, 2:.'tO o'clock,'for regular-monthly business meeting. Ail officers and.cSponj sors please bring quarterly reports. Joe Blair, Tom Snell, R. B. Ezell, Henry Norris, and Mr. and Mrs. T. A Coleman. •L ' '.., Rodes Employes Guests At Xmas Party •• . » -11. -1/ The employes of the Rodes Dry Goods store had a very lovely Christmas party Wednesday evening when they met in the home of Mrs. J. M. Smith for a turkey 'dinner. After the dinner had been served; games were played, nnd amusing gifts exchanged. Those enjoying the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Arno Ro'des, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Razie Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Leslie, Mrs. Claude Adams, Misses Lula and Mary Ellen Bell, Miss Ruth Sherwood, Miss Nan Smith, Pete True, Sonny Clark, and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith. Big Turkey Dinner for Laundry Personnel Mr, and Mvs. W. F. Swartz entertained the employes of the Clovis Steam Laundry and their friends Saturday evening in their home at 801 OJJnnelly street with a delicious turkey dinner, a treat which Mr. arid Mrs.' Swartx provide annually for the enjoyment of their-employes. The thirty-nine guests were seated at tables prettily decorated-with yulc- tlde suggestions. Attractive seasonal decorations ware arranged .through- Mr, and Mrs, Thomiw Hood of Washington, D. C., are In Clovis Visiting Mrs. Hood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Reagan. Mr. and Mrs. LnVelln Harper «f Albuquerque are In Clovis for the holidays visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Stalcup. Dr. C. E. Worrell returned to Clovis yesterday from Los Angeles where been taking a post-graduate he has course. Miss Mary Woods, of Artesln WM in Clovis Sunday visiting friends while en route to Cameron where she Will, visit MrS. W. T. Brown over the holidays. Mr. nnd Mr*. James R. McDowell and daughter, Anita,- of .Amarillo, will enjoy Christmas Day with Mr., McDowell's mother, Mrs. Annie McDowell. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. R. Llndley and sons, J. D.-"and. Archer, and the lutter's daughter, left their home south of out the home. A gnyly lighted tree',Clovis this morning to reside and a bright fire in the living room Delhi, Calif. 6 Chr ' Stmn<S Sea ' ng " C ° m '' Dr. Fred W. T. Overtop, of Lo, Anthe dinner, games and con- Bles, Calif will enjoy Christmas After tests were enjoyed. Lute in the evening the employes presented the hosts with a beautiful gift, after which gifts from the tree were distributed. Those enjoying the lovely affair and the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Swartz were Mr. and Mrs. John Stebbins, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Canipe, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burch, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Slebblns and son, Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Machecknie, Mr. and Mrs. Ridgley Whiteman, Mr. and Mrs. Onis Norris, ,Mr. arid Mrs. Bob Newman, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Webb, Mrs. Effie Coffey, Mrs. Lillian Keller, Mrs. Gladys Seddon, Miss Ruth Jump, Miss Effie Aldrichj Miss Setha Burch, Miss Mildred Ward, Miss Doris Lavln, Miss Evelyn Sleeker, Miss Lillian Canipe, Miss Mary Elrod, Miss Oleta Davis, John Bishop, and J. A. Swartz? The guests present were Miss Mary Ellen Machecknie, Miss Diana Ridenour, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Fedric, Edmund Dillon, Wayland Bell, and Warren Lee. ••'•••••-..-• NlWSBRIEFS Mrs. John Roff has returned to her home in Clovis after spending the past three months in Shreveport, La. Dudley Guy is confined to the Baptist hospital where he is receiving medical treatment. licrto Bennett of Amarillo is in Clovis for the holidays with her I>arent's, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hartley. Sirs. Rosalind Dean of Portales were in Clovis yesterday visiting friends. Mr. nnd MrK. Charles Hardulck of Hereford, Tex., were in Clovis yesterday v visiting friends and relatives. .luck and Jiminle Williamson of Elida were in Clovis yesterday visit- ng .friends and relatives. Prime Fry has returned to ClovLs from El Reno, Okla., where he has iieen visiting his parents.. . -.'. 1 • Miss Rose McDowell of Roswell is in Clovis for the holidays with her mother and family, Mrs.'-Annie McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ellis will drive to Tiicumcari tomorrow afternoon to attend the -Elks Christmas dance-'and visit, friends. An Old, Old Wish to You, From | 1 - . ; : •. •-. - ? f • • , • r • the Oldest Firm In Clovis, \ A Very Merry O. D. Hale of St. Louis who is spending--the-holidays'with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackman was in Lubbock yesterday visiting his father. Ruby McMillan who is attending Texas Tech is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. McMillan during' the holidays. Mrs. Nan Hill Knowlos and son Richard of Philadelphia are in Clovis visiting Mrs. Hill's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. T. Hill. Hoy FerRiison uiul Ola Grace Ferguson of Dimmitt, Tex., are tite house guests of Miss Marguerite Carter over the .holidays. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Newton are spending the holidays in Albuquerque with Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Childers, for- n u jts comedy values to a degree Day with his mother, Mrs. Stilnrt Overtoil, and his cousin, Elbert Overton. Elbert Overton, III, who Is taking a pre medic course in Lubbock, Is enjoying the holidays with his Anther, Elbert Overton, II, ranch in Buchanan. at the El Yeso Miss Leon a Brown, who hall a government position in Los Lurias, and Miss May Brown, who is an'instruc- tor in the Farmingtpn schools, are in Bellview for the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N: Brown. Phyllis Jane nnd Joe Bf rt Trimble, son and daughter of Lester Trimble, of 514 West 9th street, left yesterday for Stratford, Tex., where they will enjoy the holidays with their grandmother, Mrs. A. C. Potts. Mm. W. T. Brown and daughters, Mrs. T. J. Tipton, returned to Clovis last night from Trinidad, Colo., where they met Mrs. Marion White and son, Bobby, .and Miss Minnie Woods, who returned with them for the holidays. Rev.-und Mr*. H. G.i Scogguu, Rev. and Mrs. Wallace Rosenburg,. and Rev. C. K. Campbell:were in Lubbock yesterday attending the lecture of Mr. Kagawa, distinguished Japanese Christian arid social worker. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davics and daughter, Christine, of Bovina, Mrs. H. Geries of Farwell, Mr. apd Mrs. i A. Carpenter and: daughter, Ruth, of Cameron, Paul Jones and T. A. Coleman of Pleasant Hill, : Mr. and Mrs; Hubert Quails of Grler, Mrs. H. H. Buchanan and Miss Rosamond Dean of Portales, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bert of Roge/s were in Clovis yesterday. •",:•..-, ; PAGE THREE) motion pictures Will Rogers) Imd com« pleted before his tragic and untimely end . . .One of these you have (teen the other, "In Old Kentucky," the final bequest In'the heritage!' of good humor which he left to the world, will open with n Mldnite Pre- vue Saturday at the Lyceum and' run four days starting Sunday — closing New Year's Day. It. is the last new Will Rogers pic* ture that will ever be seen, because there aren't any more,,.and it Is,the only picture to dhow four days In Clovis. Crowds everywhere have been more enormous than for "Steamboat Round the Bend" and the Lyceum Manager knew the same would happen in Clovis and they just couldn't possibly be accomodated in the regular three day run. A Grert Nfelit For A Murder At BrtMpata Inn When seven different persons, each thinking that he or she has the only existing key to a lonely mountain inn, where $200,000 is hidden In a sate and all arrive nt that spot one midwinter night for various mysterious purposes, mainly to get the money, events are bound to Happen In quick succession. This is the story of "Seven Keys to Baldpate," a thrillng arid hilarious mystery-farce based on the successful novel artd the* play. Gene Raymond is featured and Margaret Callahnn enacts the principal feminine role in a cast which includes Krin O'Brien-Moore, Eric Blqre, - Moroni Olsen, Grant Mitchell and Ray Mayer. This is the fifth time "Seven Keys" have unlocked their entry to ''the; screen. It seems to be the one mystery that" defies'solution and each hew generation -gets', a bright eye ( - ning of fun and memories are pleasantly revived for thote 'who have enjoyed: it before. \ >• '" '" Seven Keys to Baldpate" opens at 4> 'x In The Theatres A Movie Column By A 'Fan Same to You, Fellers, Merry Christmas! Merry, Merry Christmas to each and everyone of you and may your every wish be granted! Whee, whoopee, and gosh! The manager of our movie houses has certainly fixed handsome, entertaining and glorious screen packages for you. And if everyone of you isn't happy and merrie,. merrie this gay yuletide it's just 'cause you don't want to be. Just lookie what you have for this comiker among the gobs, "Miss Pacific Fleet" with Hugh Herbert and Allen Jenkins, is wige cracking, fast action comedy that's just.made to order for this entire cast.' Story concerns the efforts of the Lwp 'girls to win the "Miss Pacific Fleet" popularity contest for Blondell. Herbert is the head of the San Pedro version of a chamber of corn- mer'cc, sponsoring the'event. Jenkins is the boy friend that Blonrtell is trying to shake and, although he is putting her : over as the winner, she [eaves him flat when he introduces Holiday Season all of them opining either Christmas eve or Christ-- mas day! They Tried It On The Doe "A Night at the Opera," the new Marx Brothers comedy, was first produced on the stage, with the Marx Brothers in person,, arid sent on a tour of west coast cities, to find out what audiences liked arid didn't like before a foot of film was shot. The screen production, as a result, has been stripped of every gag and line that failed to click . . . those that did are so perfectly timed that movie audiences have time to laugh without killing the next line, thus enhancing mer residents of Clovis. Among the business visitors in Clovis yesterday svere W. E. Sumrow of Portales and John W. Brown of Bellview. Fay and Mabel Reed left Clovis today for Friona to be with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Rted, on .Christmas Day. . Miss Mury Alice Wright is homo from Las Cruces to enjoy the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Wright. And may you and yours know the | happiness of health and content-1 j. ' : - ••'"' ment through all the years to come. !| Mr. und Mrs, B. H. Uirliy and small son, Terry Kaye, left Clovis today for Hereford to enjoy Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs, J, W. Kirby, parents of Mr. Kirby. C. V. STEED • ,» v * Funeral Directors •<* er before achieved on the screen. Night at the Opera 1 " |Ss the Christmas Eve Midnite Preyue-'and Christmas Day program at the -Lyceum and promises to be an e%'eri,t! Clovis will long remember. What, 'with those wonderful gags, and music; and romance and the.three craziest comedians on the screen, we should guess so. It cost n year and a half of time and a million dollars to make,, plus the .damage to the studio . . . and reports say it's worth every cent of it. . Russoll Hard wick says he has polished up and is getting ready to hang out the "Try to Get In." sign. The Fleet's In And Glenda Furrell And Joan Blondoll Are There To Meet It A Glondii Farrell - Joan Blondell *M 112 West Grand Clovis, N.M.S ' ' And in particular, to all our Cloyia friends. We sincerely wish the best of all that's good to you-.-our friends and neighbors- CLOVIS HARDWARE CO. T HE skirt with shoulder straps and contrasting blouse is deservedly popular with young girls, for it is not only very becoming but versatile. Use plaid woolen or cottons which simulate wool for the skirt or with batiste, lawn or silk for the blouse. Patterns are sized 11 to 19 (29 to 37). size 13 requiring 1 7-8 yards of 39-inch fabric for skirt and 1 11-4 yards for blouse. To secure a PATTERN" and STEP-BY-STEP SEWING . INSTRUCTIONS, fill out the coupon below, being sure to MENTION THE* NAME OF THIS NEWSPAPER. The WINTER PATTERN-BOOK, with a complete selection of tate dress designs, now is ready. It's 15 cents when purchased separately. Or, if-you want to order it with the pattern above, send in just an-additional 10 cents with the coupon. TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, ,11-13 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Enclosed is 15 coin Tor Pattern No. ..^.., Size.... Name ......•'.-*-* ........... Address S, City .v.-.".V.v.vv.v... JK&. ...v. State..". Nam« of this newspaper "M"..... uBOUCHEfl SLOE GIN !P • Rfsr VQU svfR IASHD f-jr //7/t'j Rickcys iff id \D<jr-- E V EN IN O NEWS-JOURNAL her "1 to a marine. Marie V/ilson, ns i a twisted-tongue twist Is good for sev- erkl laughs. There's one gag in the picture that's good for loud guffans. Hugh Herbert 'does a nickel-found-in-the- telephone' bit, that's new- Farrell nnd Blondell in "Miss: Pacific Fleet" comes to the Lyceum for Thursday • only. Will Rogers' Final Bequest A few weeks ago, the Lyceum announced with profound and' sincere regret the showing of the final'two May this unristmns be hrightcbt you hav-c c'v c r known—may it bo a season of jilonly and joy. Maytag Shop R. V. OALLOWAY AGENTS Dclco Plants Dclco Battery Radios DoLaval Separators May tag. "Washers Oil Heaters 99993(99999999 rry Christmas From "Mottle*

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