Silver City Daily Press from Silver City, New Mexico on March 24, 1977 · Page 21
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Silver City Daily Press from Silver City, New Mexico · Page 21

Silver City, New Mexico
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
Page 21
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Thursday, March 24,1977--SILVER CITY DA1LY.PRESS r , ; . B Cliff News By GENELL COOK Kelley K a r t c h n e r had a birthday party Fri. afternoon and t r e a t e d all of the 1st graders. Last Wed. marked the end of this nine weeks period and the report cards went home Mon., Mar. 21. We have had to have several substitute teachers this past week. Mr. Johnie Adair substituted for Mr. Angelo Doitcti- inoff Fri. while he took a class through the Doming Packing Plant. Mrs. Decker substituted for Mrs. Linda Stailey who is ill at home here at Gila. Mrs. Mary Hensley substituted for Mr. Lopes as his father is ill in El Paso. Mrs. Nell Brown substituted for Mrs. Leann Shelley who took some F . H . A . g i r l s to Las Cruces Fri. Those going were, Sheryl Hudson, Cheryl Hutchison, Lorrie Schear and Paulette Matthews. Pat V e n d r e l y ' s 7th grade class was awarded with a picnic at the White Water Catwalk Fri. for selling the most calf tickets. Judy Stephens was given an award by the Kiwanis of Silver City. Outstanding students chosen by the Chamber of Commerce for Students of the year were seniors, JoDee Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C l a r k of Gila, and Mike Vendrely, son of Mrs. Pat Vendrely a teacher at Cliff. The D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award was given to Senior, JoDee C l a r k and C a r o l y n Monzingo Eighth grader, her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Monzingo of Cliff. The D.A.R. Essay Award given on American History was 1st place, Jepheth Howard a 7th grader of Cliff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Howard from Pleasanton, 2nd place goes to, Jerry Monzino, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Monzingo of Cliff, and 3rd place to Bobby Dickerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dickerson of Cliff. Mr. A n g l o D o i t c h i n o f f ' s livestock team took 4th place at the judging in-Hatch Sat., Mar. 12, out of twenty-five 'teams. Mr. Doitchinoff took three teams, crop's, dairy, and poultry to Anthony 1 for judging frith a 3rd I irt i aaflt"a'rltr'a'4tlr in crops out of 11 teams judging. Mr. and Mrs.DaveSnowber- ger have returned to Cliff to run the Cliff Patio Gardens. Mrs. Mabel Hudson from Reserve and M r s . V e l t i Parades of Silver City were Sun. guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burns at Buckhorn. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dickerson and family and Mrs. Ida Jerrell spent Sat. in T or C visiting D e v o n n a W e l l m a n ' s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Eakins at Elephant Butte. Jerry Dickerson is home on his college spring break from the Devry I n s t i t u t e of Technology in Phoenix. He is visiting his parents, Mr. and Ms. Wayne Dickerson, at Cliff. Bob Clark, of the valley, has opened his law office at 111 West Broadway in Silver City. Mrs. Ida Jerrell, Mrs. Ann C l a r k , and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and family went to Lordsburg Sun. to celebrate Bob's birthday early as his father will be in a Tucson hospital Mar. 26. Guests this weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T.P. Cook at Gila were, Mr. and Mrs. James Cook and family, Mr. and Mrs.Daniel Morgan and son Danny of Glenwood, Jimmy Dpnavon and Danny Dunn of Silver City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Matthews went to Deming Fri. on business and had lunch with Mr. andMrs.RexWilmes. Mr. Paul Matthews took Mr. Robert Clark to Tucson Monday where he will have some tests made and possible surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Couthrn 'from Pason, Ariz., spent a few days visiting Mr. Couthrn's sister, Mrs. Grace Henry at Mule Creek this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hooker and family of Animas spent Sat. night with Stuart's parents/to, and Mrs. Donald Hooker at Gila. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Masoner of El Paso visited his mother, Mrs. Fay Masoner, and their son, Mr. and Mrs. J e r r y Masoner, at Buckhorn Sunday The ladies of the Cliff-Gila Farm and Livestock Bureau met at the Jackson home in Gila Thurs. evening for their regular monthly meeting. The group put the finishing touches on their plans for the bingo party which will be Fri., Mar. 25, at 7:30 p.m. at the Farm Bureau Bldg. in Cliff. , . Committees m a d e their reports on progress of plans for the spring banquet whicn will be held May?. Other items of business discussed selection of a day for the Extension Women and the Farm Bureau Ladies to get together and clean the building. The day picked was Wed. Mar. 23 at 9:00 a.m. Ceramics were discussed. L a V e r n e M c C a u l e y h a s made three ceramic items; a lion, frog and an old fashioned cook stove lamp for the ladies to give away on May 7. A Health core Clinic was discussed with more information needed on the project. Dorothy Taylor reported she needed more ladies to help at the fair and the group promised to help her gel new recruits. Those attending the meeting were: Irene Youngblood, Alma S m a r t , Lois Bishop, N e l i n e D o m i n g u e z , V i o l a Eakins, Fleela Cook, LaVerna McCauley, Mathilda Elkins, Becky McCauley, Dorothy Taylor, Patsy Sullivan, and Dorothy Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Conners from Dalil spent Sat. visiting the Frank D r u m m o n d s at Buckhorn. M r . Conn B r o w n spent Thurs. night at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drummonds and visitedhisson, Mr. George Brown and his brother, Mr. Ernie Drown of Silver City before returning to his home in T o r C . Mrs. Ora Messer of Silver City spent Thurs. at Gila visit- ingher son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cole Gatlin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith left Fri. for their home in Gladwin, Mich. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Clev,e Pomeranky who has property oh Bear Creek. They have been visiting here at Gila about a month. A birthday party was given for Michele Cantrell at her home in Gila Thurs. Mar. 17. Those helping her celebrate were: Davey Morgan, Debbie Rydeski, Chad Freeman, Collette and David Laney.Kenney Reeves, Paula Massey and Don Gatlin. Mrs. M a r k Seebeck and daughter Jennifer from Sherman,' Tex. stopped enroute to Grants to visit Mr. and Mrs. Cole Gatlin Thursday at Gila. Mr. and Mrs. Cole Gatlin, Don and Michele C a n t r e l l spent the weekend in Las Cruces visiting Mr. and Mrs. Larry Giles. Louis Miller and Bill Henry visited old friends in the Cliff area Tuesday. The pool t o u r n a m e n t was won this week at the Cliff Patio Garden by Don Armstrong. Rod M c N a t t w e n t to Albuquerque Thurs. to visit Ellen McNatt who is back in the hospital there. Nina Curtis, sister of Lennie Rice, passed a w a y in Alamogordo and was buried Mon. in Tularosa. Mrs. Babe Thorn went to Tularosa to attend the funeral services for her A u n t and to d r i v e her mother back to Gila. They picked Bob Thorn up at Deming on their way home where he had been visiting his sister, Mrs. Ruby Kelley. The 4-H Box .Supper and Dance will be.held at the Hanover Gym Sat., Mar 26. Music will be furnished by The Blue Dog Dance Band of Las Cruces. Jimmy Stailey is home from the Hillcrest Hospital and reported doing better. Birthday greetingsthis week go to: Mary Helen Goble, Lena Adair, Linnie Rice, Michele Cantrell, Kelly Kafcime.r, and Justin Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. David Morgan ; and sons fished Nelson and Luna Lakes Sat. and reported no luck. Mr. and M r s . Fred McCauley went to Las Cruces Wed. on business. Skip Miller is home from college on his spring break and is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Nettie Reed at Gila. 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INSTANT Mosnt PRODUCE BUYS CALAVO AVOCADOS F FRESH TOMATOES POUMO 59' WASHINGTON FANCY RED DELICIOUS A P P L E S TM CELLO RADISHES^, 2129' GLEEM II TOOTHPASTE 5-OZ. TUBE 89' THE SUF GILLETTE THE DRY LOOK HAIR SPRAY 7-OZ. CAN USDAfOOD STAMPS BC HEADACHE POWDER 6-COUNT CLAIROL : SHORT SASSY EXTRA BODY CONDITION 7-OZ. $119 E PLACE TO SAVE IS AT SHUR-SAV COCA-COLA 15-oz. bottle -8-Pak Ctn. Plus deposit .. 5AV S ^RMARKETS G r a d e ' A ' Dozen POTATOES Russets 10 Lb. Bag ,. $-|TS 65 c 79 C Dnuble stamps ml Wednesday 'in tasli purchases PLUS SH GREEN STAMPS of i.VWM.r moK'^clmlm;. d^rc-ltes. BAILEY'S Food Market "The Friendly Store" Since. 1941 BAYARD SHOPPING CENTER · Phone 537-3317

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