Carlsbad Current-Argus from Carlsbad, New Mexico on May 31, 1968 · 5
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Carlsbad Current-Argus from Carlsbad, New Mexico · 5

Carlsbad, New Mexico
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Friday, May 31, 1968
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CUMENT-AEGUS, Cirliesd, N. M., Frl., Msy 3l,yltil 5 Hard Working Woman Finds Joy In Life Take i busy woman; put her In l newly-purchased 4-bedroom home and give her lots and lou mote work to do and vou'U have Mrs. Harvey Hudson, 1WJ Westridge, Rev. Hudson was associate paMor (or the Church, of God in Chattanooga and Kannapolls, When the family . moved to Atlanta, da., he ai associate paMor and music director and Wife nf the pa.ttnr of the 'hey remained there five years. Church of God, 110ft W. Fox St., In-19M. the family moved to Mrs. Hudson is president of Carlsbad where Rev. Hudson at her church's Indies Willing j last became pastor of a church, j Workers Band and w working "He was associate pastor for this week to find places to sleep for all those out of town people who plan to attend the church' camp meeting next week at Mid High School auditorium. Born at Etowah, Tenn., she lived In Nashville sever"! 14 years." she said. They lived at 206 N. 3rd St. until June, 1967, when they moved to 1408 Allan Drive. Then on Thanksgiving Day, the family moved to its present address, 'Those who mlht think a years: Rraduated from hisn ; f0Ui bedroom house larj-e for t M-nooj mere, ane iook a oeamy i lamily of four should remem-course and worked as a beautic- ber that a minister ol the lan in Nashville four years, ' church of God entertains vis-f rst at Mildred's Beauty Salon ! it' rig dnitanes of the church then at Custer Knotts Dept. I whether h has housa room nr .Store beauty shop. Tiryij; of beauty shop work, she became recppiionist for Spur Distributing Co. It was while working there she met her husband. Hev. Hudson was associate pastor of the Church of God in Nashville. They were married in 1952. Later they moved to not. My daughters have slept on the floor but it is all part of doing what is necessary to serve God." Mrs. Hudson said. '"Since this house has a living room which is separate from the family room kitchen, the men can come talk with my husband in quiet and com Chattanooga. Tenn . where their; fort while the girls can study daughter. Gave. 15, was born, their lessons in the tamilv From there, they moved to room. . Before-' moved here. Kannapolis. N. C, north of I the" girls often had to study in harlntte. .. C. where their second daughter, Deborah, was bom in 1954. their bedroom," she added The Hudson's new home, of course, is the church parson- WELDING STEEL FABRICATION WHERE QUALITY ALL W0K WORKMANSHIP MEETS PRODUCTION GUARANTEED COME BY AND SEE US IN OUR NEW SHOP When You Think of Welding Think of CARLSBAD WELDING JOHN AUTRY, Owner 21 1 W. Wood Phon 88S-63oS VACATION LOANS See Sandy Campbell Financial Counselor Foundation Investment Co. 885-4191 102 North Canyon I X .p I mik Xs' ' 'if "i P ;s. - -jp , , i j ' iaattgafc.4' 4 Are Here Again MILK $1.09 Per Gal. Tax Included AT OUR DRIVE-IN WINDOW First in Flavor First In Freshness. Grade A Pasteurized Homogenized. KLEIN'S MON REPOSA DAIRY DRIVE-IN 1802 W. Texas St. Phone 887-2443 w5 s-z Jr We offer professional B i Hatn thai will hlp you hi any V atlMlng (oh. Why rl M ' g u pita your painilng proleet LEHMAN I . PAINT STORE I I J 111 Wk Cr l-HIJJ age. It is beautifully decorated with arrangements of artificial flowers which Mn. Hud-tun loves to work with. ."Early In our marriage, I had worked and worked on the jard and got it to where it wa just about to burst into bloom then we had to move and I had to leave it. I said never again.' But I do like to work with the artificial flowers. She tings In the church; did Parent-Teacher work until last year and Is a member of Carts-bad Kiwanianns. She tews j'l her own and ber daughters' clothe and works part time with Ted Iu!man, local dressmaker. As LWWB president, the also helps to put on poUuck or covered dish dinners and rummage sales to heip raise fundi. Naturally, she cooks (or the covered dish dinners and for her family. One of her favorite recipes, good for any kind of church gathering, is" the "Mississippi. Mud Cake " Here'i her recipe: MISSISSIPPI MID t'AKK 2 cups sugar t 1 cup shortening 4 whole eggs 14 cup flour 13 cup cocoa I teaspoons vanilla 1 cup chopped Auti '4 teaspoon talt 14 package small marshmal- lows Cream sugar and shortening Add eggs and beat by hand. Sift flour, cocoa and salt and to above mixture. Mix well and vanilla and nuts. Pour Into reated and floured oblong pan (I x H x 2 Inches) and bake 35 minutes at 300 degrees. Take out of oven and .spread marshmallows on top. Put back in oven for 10 minutes at 350 degrees; then cool completely. ICING 2 ticks oleo 13 cup cocoa 1 box powdered sugar 'i cup canned cream 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup chopped nuts Sift sugar and cocoa. Mix with melted oleo. Add cream, vanilla and nuts and spread on cake. Miss Howerton. Mr. Sampson To Bo Married Mr. and Mn. Doyle Howerton, 207 K, Curry St., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, La Vnna Jan-e!'e. to Nathaniel Sampson, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbor Samp ton of Neaho, Mo. Mist Howerton is a resident of Carlsbad, attended Carknad Schools and hat been employed here: Sampson has received his honorable discharge from the Army in which he was stationed at Fort Hood. Tex. He is now employed in Oklahoma City where the couple will live. The wedding is planned (or 5 pm. Saturday. June 1. at the Apostolic Faith Tabernacle, 2318 S. Iris St. Irby Abernathy will officiate. Immediately after the wed ding, a reception will be at the home of the bride s parents. The next Important look for men, along lines of the currently -popular turtleneik. might be shirts with attached matching a scots, the American Institute of Men's and Ros' Wear reports. . j -i y ' ,!..!; - . " ' - 4 ' . - . 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Oatttilnn fh iu. fatta, Liquid ar Jfray can. $1146 Hydraulic Heavy Duty BRAKE FLUID S.A.E. Type A 12 oz. can 39c -1 qt. can 96c STATE FISHING LICENSES AVAILABLE HERE t CARLSBAD i H SURPLUS 1 I CITY j ( I "The Price Capital of New Mexico" f 1 II 211 South Halacjueno V Open 7 Days A Week S a.m. - 8 pjn. L I V AMPLE FREE PARKING ) CLASSIFIED WANT-AD 1 RATES Muiiaiua QM'aa IS wra trrtCTIVS JANUARY I, IMS I day r aar ard I lie aar r I dyt I aar aord dtvt or m aard t dv :4c par word t ant , ?r ward dy 1-c aar i lu dv 44c aar aard IS dtvt air aw aard IS yl II trt aar aard ZieNofk " " Kdd Uda Na. II. A a Aid a vriiUr roaimunira- g Him. Jw ain, Ifir B'Kiki Av".hl i g 1tiphoa Mii). A. C Wrii. W al. i--Puetic Notice T win. Ac rer maud sios mriM MAY . TO JIINt 14 IH (Vj IMt OLLOINO SC'ILOINfi AND i.o r. Lku.. Fuc ant (hitd af Lot Id, ifkk S. iliat of Lovin. L'M .Sir i JO. Buil.lni Mf'ry Cnnairua- lirwi. 1'Oaipoaitma Ron. 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