Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 2, 1965 · Page 24
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May 2, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 24

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Womens News Society CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, Stuiday, May 2, 1065, Pago 17 KKKF AT ITS REST — Officers preparing for thr> Cattle Baxter, standing loft, and ricjht, Mrs. Paul Hudson, first ( apita! Co\v Belles lV'<>f At Its Best Tasting Supper ar<> vice- president of the Cattle ^Capital CowBelles. (Staff S'MtfxJ left, Mrs. Jack rf>;>ri,ind. state president of the Photo) CowBelles and right, Mrs. Debs McCasland; Mrs. Lonnie BKKK SMTKK — l'n--;>:inn- Iw-f di>he« Ins Ixvn the Mix. BjUjp Thomas, president of the sroup; Mrs. Gordon w-.sof th.-r uoir.rn a, !>•„•> nni-h ih.-.r p!vp-irati>.n> for S>!,-. uhlu'i!', rhunn.m or t r n th.-r uoir.rn a, !>•„•> nni-h ih th-- Ii.-1't At Its li-t T.i-!.!i ; ; Siii.jB-r t.. U- h.-!d Tu.-vl.iy tln> Woman's Hub HOUM-, l.Ht t., n.;ht. Mr-. Dan H.ifdU- ty. Mnvtary • treasurer for tla- rattle Capital (Am Brilt-s; . , . Sj>!,-. puhlu'i!', rhunn.m lor the supper; and Mrs. L .H. Blani-ce.Kship. rhaimuin of the redpe committeo (Staff Phutm Capital CowBelles Brag On Beef **.•*». By MEREDITH CONE Women's Editor Qovisites will have the opportunity to taste beef at its best, when they attend the Cattle Capital CowBelles tasting supper, Tuesday, at the Clovis Woman's Club House. The tasting spree will begin at 6 p.m. and continue until 8 p.m. in order to offer some 60 different beef (and associated) dishes to promote the various ways that the meat may be served on special occasions. Beef candy is just one of the unusual dishes which will be offered. Ever drink a "Bull Whip"? You may at the tasting supper, because that along with many other recipes will be provided for all persons to sample, and what is more if they desire, they may purchase the recipes for the food. The $1 ticket will entitle the taster to down everything from sandwiches to steaks, and the food will satisfy even the most particular. Many of the recipes will suggest ways in which to teflfe beef at parties, as well as the main stay meals for everyday. Hard at work to prepare the food and the additional dishes have been the Cattle Capital CowBelles' various committees. ; Advertising has been handled by Mrs. Gordon Spiel, Mrs. Harold Thomas, Mrs. Charley Jones and Mrs. Travis Nuckols. The recipe committee consisted of Mrs. L. H. Blankenship, Mrs. Lonnie Baxter and Mrs. Leonard Haws. Tickets were prepared by Mrs. Fred Daugherty, Mrs. Billie Thomas, Mrs. Lee Merrill and Mrs. Hez Abernathy. Building and decorations were cared for by Mrs. Tom Grady, Mrs. Dan Hardisty and Charlie Baxter. Floating committees for the evening will be Mrs. Ted Waldhauser, Mrs. Frank Creashaw, Mrs. Paul Hudson, Mrs. Reece Lawson and Mrs. Debs McCasland. CowBefles suggest, . . ON STRESS BEEF — Clovis Cattle Capital CowBelles will stress beef at their Tasting Supper, Tuesday evening: at the Clovis Woman's Club House. Preparing for the decorations are left to right, Mrs. Charley Jones, second vice president of the Clovis Cattle Capital CowBelHes: Mrs. Harold Ttio- mas, state secretary and treasurer of The group, and Mrs, Benny Fulgham, Cattle Capital CowBelle member. (Staff Photo) K£C|TAL — The Ninth Recital will be Isold May The M'hool will IUVM'IH !!,"> Annual Piaseoki Spring Dance 11 at the Marshall Auditorium. Mudent> in \:iiioii> tsjn'> i<l dau- i at a pi ae• standing, Karl, assistant teaeher, and rij;ht, Mariatuu' Jones. win dance several solos. Watching Iroin a seated pu- Cing from Mtxiern Ja// to Sla\ic l)aiir<'>. Sh lice session u; preparation for the e\eiit sition Dale ami are left daughter o! daughter ul Patti Blaylock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K; i i^hi, Virginia Pritchett, daughter of Mr. i) 1 J > iiehi-tt. I'IM their knees are Barbara iiureh, Mr and Mrs Ik-an Bureh. Valeiv Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy M. Pierce, and Parin Karl, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Karl < Si ait Photo) Epsilon Sigma Alpha Delegates Attend State Convention Of Sorority Today j Delegates who will be attend- 1111^ the state convention of Ep- Isilon Sigma Alpha, in Carls- I bad, this weekend, will be local : officers from the chapter j Kpsilon Sigma Alpha is one of Uhe largest Greek letter sororities in the world, and has over 15.000 chapters, and 4,000 mem- be i> around the globe, including Australia and South America. President M\ Kei! Hughes of the Clous chapter, reported that the purpose of KSA is three told, to provide cultural and educational programs. to sponsor benevolent projects RAY Membership Chosen From Freshmen CoEds PORT ALES (Special)- Thirty freshman coeds at F.astmi ;N e w Mexico University have i been chosen for membership •next year in RAYS, an honor- jary service organization for I sophomore women. New RAYS (Ready At Your [Service) were chosen by out| going members for their schol- Nurses Slate Gordon As Speaker The District No. 4 Registered Nurses association will meet May 3, at the dining room of the Clovis Memorial Hospital, for a 7:30 p.m. meeting. The guest speaker wil be Dr. Gordon, a pathologist at the [local hospital. I He will speak QB "Recent Developments in the Field of Pathology " The hostesses will be M r s. i Winnie Robinson and Mrs. Marie Keicheuboru. astic records, integrity, responsibility and congeniality Chosen for membership were Janice Baker, Donna Hammer, Gloria Maestas. and Linda Myrick. all of Albuquerque Linda Belts, MUnesand; Judy Biome and Mary Stoltz. both of Roswell; Barbara Bond, Aging- don. Ill . Carol Booton and Janet Zeisler, both of Alamogordo. Patricia Brooks. Diane Sue Chambers, Dinah Groce. Carol Ann McKlyea. and Brenda Tate, all of Hobbs; Marcia Ernest, Ca>!:;t;Hd, Carolyn Gibson, Kay Morgan, and Linda Powell all of P.jn.ules>: Carla Gifford, Gradv, Dean Gonsc r . Melrose. Pat Harris and Patsy Sartain, both of Clovis; Carolyn Hill, Seagraves, Tex ; Deloris Homer, Lovington, Judy Jakeway and Mary Kay Johnson, both of Ariesia; Mary AUce London, Lo\-ing; Sheryl Stevens, Muleshoe, Tex , and Reta Faye Williams, Tucumcari. ti.\\ S vkilJ seek affiliation next fall with SPt'HS. a national service organization for sophomore women and to sta^e social activities for members and their guests Marion Courtney, past staie president, mentioned that ESA was founded in September 192^. in Texas, and ha> grown from a book and study club, to an mti-: national stature in 1SH6 Featured speaker tor the convention will be E. Robert, Palmer, head of the organization, who is known as the man with 30.000 sweethearts, since t h e international headquarters of tin- group is in Loveiand. Colo, where the famous Valent i n e remailmg program exists Founders day was observed Mas 1. with a chapter program at the convention, and reports on the philanthropic work done by the organza:.:> r : M:> Wai: is tr«? Candida:*? for state o::.v-c of second vice president. The chapters ha\e been la- -trumer.ta. in the Cystic Fibro- si> organization and have raised enouch money to purchase $8.000 for equ^ment for the patients. Also research 1 , and diagnostic clinics ha\e begun at Loveless Clinic in Albuquerque. Nita Ortega, new president of the ensuing year. Mrs- Art Jentzen. Mr. and .Mrs. Ed Nolet. Billie lYmkle, Mr. and Mrs Gene Wall and son, will join the above mentioned officers as delegates to the c o a- vention Music Teachers Adjourn For Four Summer Months Breakfast at 7 a.m. at the Silver Grill ushered out the year's activities for Clovis Music Teachers Association on April 25. with Lester Aldricb acting as the host. Ferrell Roberts conducted the business meeting. Business at hand was an election aod instattaUoa of officers for the coming year. | The group accepted th* n- port of *ttf n'MTTiaalin tee headed by Mrs. H Prothro. Ferrell Roberts, presisd e n t; Harold Phillips, vice preside^; Mrs. Jack Spialu, recordiag secretary; Lester Aldricb, treasurer; Mrs. Hugh Jones, chap* , lain; Mrs. Kenneth Wad*, M*l- rose, Historian; Mrs. QUIOB, reporter aod Mrs. H. B. Prothro M/f. B |er Harold PbiJJips in&taUed the following officers. Present wwe iev«t two gueiU. Mri '1 f

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