Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 2, 1965 · Page 25
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May 2, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 25

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Jlft? *, itfzens Schedule cial Month Of Activity ** tie t&timaA ofeMratncc of efi. ctep&d. •»• few fcDeS tpWMorel by Senior insist eo-wiinstwr rav* a ta'*. a* *V: H^* { ->;taJ'.> » dttSSa* *f America since H9I.'rep^rtiEf «i the p(an« mal* E>a> -*a- c^anzedi ** frill tat 4Wfe*er»«rf daring May. 'by the Steering Committee for >>*;-? <jynd '* elamatkfis. «ttasf aside the eveoti for each wee it *ir i E ? • *.' doi,*? v •I nwttth. and each eeauftanitr tfee raeetk ?n* ^..1;,'* nrfil vtvt/Stft it& -dwn pto^Fiffl "w^ diec8<Je^i to ?iv<? the.™ W' ? 'j'5*?:r rt-sd t*o ;x«?rr, • I' «l ev««l« tor the fpecial R»wstft. heart? wperafer;/' report e<! f-"i- r r. :r.-- Sen;o.- Citizen" Ma*•* »««k aadi da?.. Mrv J Art Smith ar;r* •--* offir..^; mafa^r* f o^the parp^wrji <5f S*fii«sr Citi- S>e ?'ar*d that *i:a' »t are ^n:<-/r ci'.z*.,-:-- o-f A~e:i'.3 »te Motttft 0tciu<fe tft« fallow- doia? f*r the senior c.tyten-* '/ Tli*> "*ere Key-- 'o Ha^:- fcg;<; f<5 fwjtjor jenior eitizeai. Use area, today. vj[ reflect on s«? " and S.r.Les " He aiV/ • t» nsaSte Shieir oeetfs StBO-m; t» *!hat t$» fstar* •wni-vt eftizetu *ead a !'..?;-, er>ti!:ed t -. e avail*b(« t» will thtsfc. "Silver Vo/.* ' zc-j *.o ',%«? :'o;Slav t^ T .-, ; ^ -vpa.r *o:*: on to store to of jetli*5 ; r cttiZRn.1 and */« pro- vtrfe flppor'aniti^ fo" o [ 4 * r fence. i'*ill:i ar.n wLirtom. tail',::. Hi-*<i.i« Charts E ork *,ha* ;i h^ir? dor^ .-: f;-i» and Tr-.it™ r r C-vr.- Mr snd Mr? V.er larr.e MAY 1st THRU 8th DRESSES .. SUITS .. PRICE NO APPROVALS OR EXCHANGES SPRING COATS (8 only) BV MK. AK.VOLD : ;-V-.TK;. :--I.\K BASKET 'AF:,\', r. ALL A-X;L SIZP; 12 »4:J r, i,2 f.VSTKI. BLl£ LJGHT V-LK;Hr ALL A'X;f. SIZE 10 «4.i V; .: S; \ VKL,.';^ BASKET V.?;',',K M.i. '."/;. :-;7K ;•; f/. r-, i M ! L T(f.'A,- ;f', ; J \ATKf. f'LALj ALL •'.''/;[. -,iXp; i-'j jW", '-I/ <• T?,t'pKf'.,>, -,r v,K;<,HT U.L -.•.:/• [ ;\ BKf.f. T\N .\ ;_ ;; -I/.Y. 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Mrs. Donald Hopkins out-going president presented to each member of her board a silver charm inscribed with the dates of the term of office and O.W.C The new- board will meet on Monday for its first regular session Tni« wj5i fake place in the Imperial Rc«nm of the Officers' Ciub The Hex' June neon-meet me of t?;<- Officers' Wives' Ciub -Aill be held on Thursday. Hostesses members of the 521th Tactical Fighter Squadron. The Century Garden C lub *;H hosd^ their annual plan' sa.e at the May Sunche on V> ctrt? eacr. Tr:e<e price* car. t f, ? beat < o bnn? 't h i ; >ear'? sarder. plan* Pf^rvahons :or the iunr heor Duplicate Bridge Clubs Name Winners '-1 Church Rites Unite D. Lewis, B. Reid The Clwis Woman's Duplicate Bridge Oub played a six and a half table Howe!! movement Wednesday with Mrs Max Meadon and Mrv Cliff Pettit winning first place Second place winners were Mrs. Kathleeen Wicker and Mrs. Joe Smith Mrs Gay Summers and Mrs Betty Autiez won third place. 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