Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 2, 1965 · Page 26
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May 2, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 26

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Sister Sororities Hold Joint Installation A salad supper on April 22, In [was presented to the group as the hospitality room of the First National Bank marked the thirty-fourth anniversary of the founding of Beta Sigma Phi. Xi Alpha Sigma and Gamma Sigma chapters joined in t h e occasion. Officers for the new year were also installed. Twenty eight members were present. The program was highlighted by the reading of the Founder's Day message by Xi Alpah Sigma retiring president, El 1 e n Packcy. A resume of activities for the past year for Gamma Sigma was given by retiring presi^ dent, Linda Milburn. Ellen Fackey presented a resume of activities for Xi Alpha Sigma. Both retiring presidents expressed appreciation for the work of the officers of lf)64 - l!)f>5 and presented each with the Queen of Hearts. Diane's honor of being selected to t h e national Beta Sigma Phi Queen's Court was also acknowledged. Following the Founder's Day Program, the new officers were installed. The officers were charged with their new duties and were presented with properties of thier offices. Officers installed in Xi Alpha Sigma were: Margaret Wallace, pesident; Dorothy Smith, vice-president; Irene Coffey, extension officer; Dorothy Stuart, recording secretary; Jim Elyce Wade, treasurer; Ann McGee and Juanita Bray city council members. New Gamma Sigma officers for the coming year are: Billie Ware, president; Elaine Nibert, vice-president; Marie Duke, extension officer; Jessie Dicken- XI ALPHA SIGMA OFFICERS — V.I- ted nffi.vr. ;uid Jim Kl\re \\\i<}>\ treasurer, ami installed at a mx'nt. sorority nvHiim \ot pn-tuivd ;u-« Ijorutlw Smith, via- presi- aro left 1o rieht. Ellen P.'irkey, £irl of the rl<>!!i; Ann MKirt: and Juanita Bray, city year; Dorothy Stuart. st-mMary; M;ir:nrrt r-<nin<-i] m.-mlxv-. Wallaco, pivsidont; Ircm- CoflVy. rxtcn-Mn Powders Add l-'lair !hr>"" i-i' 1 "•:!!''•- to Complcmrntme t'x 1 sprint: ii.-lht. !,u'.S/i:n. .•: • • fabric ;ind lipstick oiloi s a : c tanned .4.i:;s, foundations and powders wit': more color. One coni:>ri""--.o<l Seam;-'tr" c: -<'s sl.oiiM irow that face powder also serve; a- a was! 1 . an f i w-.iar fnbn^ niay pull p '••''•• foundation. It has a :«:;,•; "i out o! j.m- il torn, in.-tc'.j.l <>• black and amber worked in cut. .. .. v -'!i a remembrance. Outstanding "Girl of the, .. , _. Year" awards were given to El- , sron ' recording secretary, Diane Ion 1'ackey and Linda Milburn Ha V s corresponding secretary; in recognition of their serv i c e Betty Gunnels, treasurer; Pat to the sorority. These honors Hardy, reporter; and Earlene were determined earlier in Edwards, city council represen secret ballot. r .' SERRATED EDGE " MAKES THE DIFFERENCE Area Family Celebrates WALCCflT (Special) - A family get-together was held Sunday in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Morrlion St. to celebrate five birthdays. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dunavan, Marvin Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mays and children of Friona, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Morrison and Scott, and Lee Walton. Sunday night supper guests in the Morrison home included Mr. and Mrs Don Heddin and children, Mrs. Sal Caso, of Linnhurst, N.Y., Mrs. Sandy Jorderson, Long Beach, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nunn and boys of Friona. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Morrison Sr., drove to Bell view N. M., Monday night to visit Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Osborn. Osborn has been 111 and was unable to attend the Sunday festivities in the Morrison home. <, ?£*§ $, d litmday, , Our Want Ads Girl Scout Camps Slated Mrs. David Furgeson, Sangre 1 De Cristo Girl Scout Council 1 Day Camp Director, for the! 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