Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 2, 1965 · Page 30
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 30

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 2, 1965
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Clovis Chambermaids Report On Activities . The Clovis Chambermaids •. western Public Service- and met for their regular dinner I Barbara Oedney, Sears and Co. meeting April 26, to report on .. . „ ' Members attending were My. kell Hughes Jackman's; Maxie previous activities of the group. . It wa* reported that the maids coffee Saturday S alon ',, am L? sped , al guestl a y jGunnells, Clovis Glass and Mir- '<• wa» rejiunea inai me mains « •" "»&•«"» o U v.r>,,, a ,i a, helped with registration of the!* uey> Sasser Drug; Sue Highway 60 convention, a ml Bafl; Oenevlev e Sleizer, West* special thanks were extended to »£" Lifc Ins " r ance Co., Barbara Mrs. Roy Williams for the In- £"i r !!! man J 5 u !_ ct , A . cres ^wiy vifafion to ~— - - .-. . morning. All members were urged to I be present for the next meet-! „„ , . inl), when chairman and vice i When bll >" n £ draperies re- chairman will be nominatedi mcmhcr that a firm - com P acl and elected. i weave holds Us shape better ,, , • :1han does a loosely woven fabric Guests present or the meet-L, simnar lexture and weight . in£ were Laura Mickey, South- 1 Need Lumber? SAVE NOW INC. 2400 N. Prince — ClovU Shower Ideas Welcome Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The season of bridal showers is upon us. Many of us can expect to be either hostesses or guests at the gala events. We can also expect ot hear privately expressed complaints on the lavish productions some showers have become. I have personally been in the uncomfortable position of being a reluctant co-hostess at a shower I felt was far too elaborate In plan. Gifts that might properly be given for wedding presents were expected at this shower. Over the years 1 have gain- Jed courage and now refuse to ijoin in plans I disapprove. Let's 'face it; the tighter the budget (for gifts and recreation the more ! firm we must be on how it is spent. Cogitation with a friend on plans for a shower for a young daughter of a mutual acquaintance instantly turned up one fact: the popular penny wise kitchen shower had already been jj spoken for. A clever woman I know then suggested a shower in the spirit of the old-fashioned quilting | bee—a sort of "let's make some[| thing for the bride" theme. With the kits of really use- liful and handsome home furnishings accessories readily available it should not be difficult to plan a work party which would be fun for all and provide the bride-to-be with a cherished "conversation piece." Because most of the girls in this age group work, we are planning our party for a Saturday afternoon. In other towns, an evening bridal shower bee might be more satisfactory. What to make"* We haven't quite decided which approach to take: whether to have the guests work on one or two Items, i.e., tiling a pair of tabletops or to plan small projects In advance. For example, a girl who likes to embroider might want to stitch a pillow cover (finishing it at the party or later); while another might prefer to tile an ashtray or trivet. Social Calendar many new versons \7 508 MAIN We Invite Charges SUNDAY 2 p.m. Cuffy County Coin Collectors Club. Coin Display and meeting. 215 Main. MONDAY ? — 8:30 p. m. Boys' Woodwork Class, Exeptional Children's Center, 521 Oak. TUESDAY 9:30 — 11:30 aim. Pre-school children's nursery, Exeptional Children's Center, 521 Oak. 7 p.m. Recreational Program at the gym of the Center School, Curry County Society for the Development of Exccptlo n a 1 Children. _ CHURCH (Continued From Page 18) ENMU. Bride's matron was Mrs. Don Reid of Texico and bridesmaid was Miss Valda Day, both close friends. The bride's attendants wore identical costumes in three shades of purple, ranging from pastel lilac to deep purple and each wore short white gloves and satin shoes dyed to match their dresses. The dresses were fitted sheaths of taffeta, sleeveless, and with low round necklines very slightly gathered. They wore small hats styled from a double traingle of matching net and held at t h e top with a matching taffe t a rose. Each carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations with narrow ribbon streamers of white and lilac. Best man was James 11 a s- sell of Texico, close friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Don Reid of Clovis. brother of the groom, and Weldon Bell, a friend of Texico. Ushers were David L e w i s, Ibrother of the bride, Bobby Tale and Bill Roth of Texico, Candlelighters were Don a 1 d Ray Lewis, brother of the bride and Doyle Carpenter. Immediately following t h e wedding a reception was held in the fellowship hall of t h e church. Mrs. David Lewis presided at the registration table ,as the guests registered in the bride's white wedding book. i The reception table was covered with a floor-length lilac ! cloth overlaid with a white Inet which has been sewn at i random with tiny white satin I bows. I The centerpiece was an ar- jrangement of lilacs and purple tulips set in a crystal dish, and on either side were crystal can- dlelabra holding lilac tapers. Small white napkins were lettered in silver with Donna and Bill. Other table settings were of crystal and silver, and purple punch was poured from a crystal bowl. The square wedding cake was decorated with white sugar garlands, lilac roses and tiny silver wedding bells. Four white colonnades supported the top tier featuring the traditional miniature bridal couple. The first piece of cake was cut by the newlyweds, and they also sampled the punch, with interlocked arms for luck and happiness. For her going away outfit the new Mrs. Reid changed to a beige suit trimmed with white ' and with which she wore white accessories and the white orchid from her bridal boquet. After a short wedding tr p to Ruidoso the young couple will be at home at 416 West 13th. Street, Clovis. The groom is i self-employed with Horton & Reid Builders. The bride graduated from school at Clovis High School and attended ENMU this year The ! groom is a graduate of Texico 'High School. THURSDAY 10:30 a.m. Kingswood Metho* dist WSCS. Salad LuncHeon in the Church Paflor. Nursery provided. Business meeting. 7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Altar Society, Sacred Heart School. Room 14. 2 p.m. Bowling for older dren. Meet at the Special Education Building. FRIDAY 10 a.m. Cattleman's Wives Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. Jim Turnbough and Mrs. Bob Harper at 500 W. Christopher for a white elephant bingo and luncheon. Members requested to bring small unwrapped gifts. 1:30 p.m. Knitting Club. Meets with Mrs. Kenneth Nort 1612 Gidding. Anyone interested in knitting is requested to contact Mrs. Norton, 763-6260 or Mrs. E. T. Netzel, 763-6201. 7 p.m. Girls' Sewing Class, Exceptional Children's Center 521 Oak. 7 p.m. Physical Education Program being held Fri d a y at Sandia Elementary School. JUNE 6 - Mr. and Mrs. Dan Savage of Melrose announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharen Sue, to Max Bryant Fraze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fraze of Dora. Vows will be j exchanged June 6 at the Calvary Baptist Church in Portales. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the 2 p.m. ceremony. Recipes For Gourmets COWBOY CASSEROLE 1 cup ripe olives l'/z pounds ground beef 4 tablespoons salad oil 2 stalks celery % cup chopped onion 1 cup uncooked rice 1 can (1 pound, 12 ounces) tomatoes 2 teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons chili powder '/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Tobasco to taste Muenster or Monterey Jack cheese, sliced into triangles Cut olives into large pieces. Brown beef a little at a time with 2 tablespoons oil in large skillet. Transfer meat to 2-quart casserole as it is browned. Cut celery into thin strips; slice green pepper. Cook and stir cel- |ery, green pepper, onion and rice in skillet with remaining oil until rice is browned. Add tomatoes (including liquid), salt, chili ; powder, black pepper, Worcestershire, Tabasco and half of ol- | ives to skille-t; bring to boil. Pour jover meat in casserole; cover I and bake in 325 degree oven 1 ] hour. Uncover, sprinkle with I remaining olives. Arrange j cheese spoke-fashion over top; broil 5 minutes or until cheese is bubbly. Six to eight servings. [MEXICAN CHICKEN SCALLOP 1 4-5 pound stewing chicken, cut up Instant minced onion Few cloves •4 cup butter Vi cup flour 2 cups chicken broth H cups milk 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon salt teaspoon black pepper 3 whole pimientos, quartered I TI cup black olives, halved 2 cups cut corn 2 eggs, slightly beaten Vz cup buttered bread crumbs Place chicken pieces in a deep kettle; add 1 teaspoon instant minced onion, cloves and cover with 3 cups water. Cover and simmer 3 hours, or until very tender. Cool; cut meat from bones. Spread chicken meat :n a large greased baking dish. Melt butter; stir in flour anc strained chicken broth and cook until thickened. Add remaining ingredients (except crumbs); Pour over chicken in baking pan. Sprinkle lightly with but tercd crumbs and bake in a 325 degree oven about 1 hour. Six to eight servings. CLOVIS <* y o "" Sunday, May 2, 1888, j»lili MOTHER'S DAY is May 9th ENGAGEMENT - Mr. and Mrs F. W. Townson of Clovis an nouce the engagement of their j daughter. Jane Ellen to William j Smith of Ocanto, Wise. The j couple has set May 30 as their wedding date, with the cere. mony taking place at the Imi manuel Lutheran Church. The bride-elect is employed at Don. na's Klip and Kurl Beauty Shop i and the groom-to-be is stationed I at Cannon AFB. ALL YOUR SPRING-TIME FAVORITES DURING OUR AFTER EASTER SALE b*g <**y* to itock-up and mm on • ItnMtion*! f*m*d brand sho* wardroUl tcu'N ehooM from tt* Mtutn't smartMt •hoe*... p*u* wri prttty or nifty m4 rwuual for color e*cit*m«nt from iterator high hMts to fun-loving fltift. Stt THIS WEEK ONLY rtfulor to $14,99 Drtis Staff to $10.99 Ortu Shoti ft $7.9f Spertt Flan ,fl Sunower Hand Woihabl* drip- dry 100% coHon. Gold—White—Pink SIZES 8 *0 14 $ 12 Only 14 Margaret's Apparel 763-9J24 111 I. f. 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