Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 2, 1965 · Page 39
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 39

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 2, 1965
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s*t" ' ; y?, i ^ - ? >«** • SCHOOL L* ^ fCemhitted From Page 24) r-.Jtalreft. } Att SPOUTS : Mr. Burl Huffman, from Texas Tech Uttiversity, was the v guest speaker at the annual Clo- High School All Sports quet held in the CJov \ s High School Cafeteria, March 27. Mr. Huffman, who was introduced by Mr. Leon Williams, s spoke on the subject of athletic 1 Sutler's Jewelry, presented the At tfie cOficluslofi of h Is basketball award to Sean She!' speech, Coach Steve Graham introduced the teams, their coaches, and the cheerleaders, after which awards were presented to the outstanding athletes in the fields of football, basketball, golf, track, and tennii. ley for the. "Most Valuable flayer." Fred Johnston, of for the "Most Valuable Play- j i Leroy Hunten presented I h e tennis award to Dean Bawcom Johnston's Sporting Goods, pre-jfor the "Most Valuable Play- sented the baseball award to|er." Jerry Boyd for the "Most Val- The E. G. Abernathy Award liable Player." for the Best All-Round Athlete Jack Eichenberger, of Central i was presented to Dickie John- Charles Wade, of W a d e ' s (Sporting Goods, presented theiston. Dickie also won the E. G. Sporting Goods, presented thejtrack award to Jerry WilliamsjAbernathy Award in junior football award to Jerry Wil-'for the "Most Valuable Man.'Miigh. To'be eligible for this liams for being the "Fighting-1 Collie Rogers presented I he, award an athlete must compete __* »»ftl_l__J 1 » 4 j-, _< _ _ «_ . H .. . *!_-»!» ._-_._• i . » *~ • I i . * ... " est Wildcat." Andy Sutler, ofigolf award to Jesse Dominquezlin at least three sports. To be selected for any onequet were: Queens — Miss Jane , Pago 32, CtOVtS NEWS-JOURNAL, Sunday, May 2, 190$ of these awards an athlete is also judged on attitude, desire, sportsmanship, courage, and loyalty to the team. Royal Fighting Wild c a t Awards were presented to Mr. Jason Hicks, Mr. George Os- Dafiiles and Miss Martha Ham-, trcas ri surer. m , „. ., ., . ;-.. sponsoring organization, sent rnoml; Kings — Mr. Dale H r0i ,d members were elected: five boys to the convention in Sweat and Mr. Windell Brent. . Jo , Cartcr and John Kratti- Dallas. If at all practical, t h o senior members; Ricky i FBLA OFFICERS graduating seniors," stated head f,, lUy ' ami Rick shumard, juii- : FI?I,A officers were installed coach Steve Graham. The born, and Mr. Fred Johnst o n. ithe Reverend Nathaniel Brittain ior members. The sophomore Thursday eveining at a ban- by i w ,.,,.,i tttpmbers will he elected <iuet at (ho Holiday Inn. Mr. M. standing service to the Clovis Mr. High Wildcats. local businessman, are invited in- U;H the cues! speaker. The new officers are D e a KEY dim *Pxl Monday at 7 p.m. the ^'I'j'htory. president; Patsy The Royalties for the ban-! At the special meeting of the' club vvi!1 hold the installa !;.' ° n !h Frrri Jecon ' Key Club held last Mondav in services for the new officers '•' r '" 17 the study hall, officers were :alon £ wilh t!ie annual oanejupt. elected for the 1965-66 school 1 Advance p 1 a n s for the In- , D . f] , year. They were Kit Stew a r t, -ternational Convention are al- ,;,.," . m ,\ v ^" sn^dlin" president; Dick Jones, first ,'so being mode by several of t^ ™J^?H rian S ' nadlln ' vice-president; Wayne H a 11-members wno h °I' p to altcml - l|iani<imt • lliaMdn - THESE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY SALE! Baby Formula SIMILAC LIQUID S.M.A. 50 FOOT GARDEN HOSE 50 FOOT PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE $149 1/2 INCH INSIDE DIAMETER BUY NOW VENUS OSCILLATING SPRINKLER $239 ONLY 98c BRASS HOSE NOZZLE 49 FAST PHOTO FINISHING OVERNIGHT SERVICE LOOK! DuBarry-7 Winds SPRAY COLOGNE PLUS FREE REFILLS AS NEEDED UNTIL DEC. 31st 1965 Just Return Your Empty Refill Container To Us ALL FOR AT OUR FOUNTAIN GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH AND THICK MILK SHAKE secretary; Before all members, each officer was chargc(| with cer(ain mark, second vice-president; I j ast year Key Cluh a 1 o n a . n ..l..§ am "iy Bartee. secretary!with the Kiwanis Club, the duties to he performed for the club. These officers were handed candles of different colors and thus dedicated themselves Schedule Of Events For Clovis Schools to a vear of service to the and Manslaughter TWO HOT CAKES WITH COFFEE 30 C SALE! BOXED STATIONERY Reg. 1.00 Box 50 to MOTHER with love.... Assorted Chocolates 1 Ib. $1.60 2 IDS.3.15 LitUe Ambassador* 1 Ibv »2.15 2 lb«.4.25 Mother's Day MAY 9th HALLMARK CARDS FOR "MOTHERS DAY" 79c Bottle of 100 MBA BAYER ASPIRIN 53 C ISOPROPYL RUBBING ALCOHOL FUU PINT Jergens Lotion TOILET SOAP 5 b "31 e .visit junior hich 1 p.m. Sandia sixth - graders 'register. visit junior high schools, and 3:05 p.m. Review of students' register. i supply list for grade 2 ;it Sandui 1 p.m. Organizational meeting School. of the Commission of Member- 1 THl'RSDAY ship and Local Affairs, in Board! 1 p.m. Kugenp Field sixth- m ' r«^ R radprs visit Junior hi«h school* AI,Hl'QfKHgfK .ITU - In- TUESDAY anc j register .voluntary manslaughter charges 9:30 a.m. Regional School! °" against C. N. lUilh Morris! a health conference In High School | 3:05 P m - Review of students' former Eddy County assistant Cafeteria. |supply lists for grade 3 at San- district attorney, have hee;i <lis- 1 p.m. James Bicklcv. sixth- ' dia - Sollo °'- missed. FRIDAY !"* n in K;inrh\ ;i'o si\! ! '•;•< visit junior iii^h sriui graders visit junior high schools and register 3:fti pm. Review of students' supply list for grade 1 at Sandia Sc | looL 1 pm. inland .-:x!h.-ad, r- -J p.m. Organizational meetini; vui! junior }\;.-\, ^ i-,,,n'v . V v! of Executive Council in the n-cistor. Board Room t, a m lo 3 ..- ijnco'n WKDVESDAY 'Jackson Klomr-r.Mrv Art,- 1 p rn La Casita sixth-graders Jiulee I'anl Tackrtt of man- "iVr '.<• !:i!'' d; iv i:'.i: \\ \\-<]i< in- ateil The charge ;»r»ie 'nun lime ...'.'. VM. '.'.ifhr (ira'.hs 1.00 value Box 20 Packages J^ J^ ^ BUBBLE BATH 29 C Tabu - 20 Carat - Ambush $2.00 Dana « SOLID COLOGNE 1 00 Dorothy Gray — 4 Fragrances SUMMER COLOGNE $100 1 Shulton - Old Spice DUSTING POWDER $100 1 Shulton - Desert Flower .>nuuon - uesert slower *^ SPRAY COLOGNE 1 00 School Menus {a,'!)!! kc '{':)•• aividriit tcmk 'Jl'.."> south "( Ar- Friday that he Public School Menu MONDAY Oven fried Bologna cups with llarr mashed potatrx-s, spoon salad. !i:i!'«-;i hot rolls, butter. '-.- pint milk, fnut ( apple cobbler, chposc wedge Tl KSDAY Pi7.7a, buttered grern bcnn« ^ :i '^ tossed salad, hot rolls, butter '•'"•'*•'• *•? pint milk, fniit jejin |^- 0 r,..j: i•>'•'•'" butter cookie ' >• "•'•' WKDXKSDAV Oven fried chirken. gravy mashed potatoes pineapple cheese salad, hot rolls, butter '•z pint milk, sugar plum pudding. T»irnsD\Y |[. tr Hamburger-on-b u n. reh«h<-<. , i-( ', potato salad, buttered carrots. sa j a ,j 'i pint milk, cherrv ritbh'er FRIDAY Enchiladas, shredded lettuce salad, buttered n-rn b r •• ,i ,-i F:-'] and butter, h pint milk, .str.iw- tos^tl s berry shortcake .ippie ro Sacred Heart Menu MOMMY n r:sn\v and meat ha!!- \VKD.NT.SM\V Ham ' a 1 .» d -a:;'!-. i hceip stick 1 -, pe.c- ,'.;i(i r'i!'- ce!.-rv ••':, j. •• a; ; :<TM'.k TIH'RSDAV ' h , t , l ' : !"FUI)\V •a'.:-in . . I.'. !'«>- '.!('! man! v<r-n- Tat t for Alberto-VO5 HAIR SPRAY $149 1 New Queen Size - Max Factor Spray A Wave - 15 Oz. M 4t HAIR SPRAY 59* ^UK) Harriet Hubbard Avers LUXIRIA-- 1 39 $1.00 Tu<isy Cream » Stirk . RoUOn •B4fc DEODORANT 50 C $1.29 Family Size Usterine ANTISEPTIC e Full Year Supply~Minute Man CHEWABLE MULTIPLE VITAMINS For Children or SMITH REXALL DRUG 400 MAIN-Phone 763-5528 MOTHER'S DAY1 Bold and Modern al a low, low price '15 Watch 0**ign Sophisticated Marqui»e Shop* Fathian-fight Prndant Watch $40,000 Paid For License A!.F?t g! F'!:g'T Th" Ir. •! A!over .risf Tin >.!ii-t: arisi<.'i- Mfi i! i ha-ed K: (day state ;•: .)\e from at. Parachute Lands On Cruces School l.AS ( KH KS 'I'l'L- r i i i wi'h caution" l-rida> sOu-n a r . ! ' -!. tic ati;r-!:i-<i to a tiny par. n '.'.u!r la.':df'l <).'; a LflS t i u; t's (/lcnu-!:'a; > >. htm! Hurgi',ss chjiiln-d uj> on the roof ai'.ij fouinl a no:*- whieii uientitit J the d'jji-ct as a radio- sonde, used by tin- go 1 , i ! niiif lit to obtain high altitude weather 'liie note ;>aid Ihe radio- •crv| ( . w;m of no farther use, not .ijr.^troui and the go\ eminent n : •. t \> . :' i' ba-k A -. :•_, ! bpckcsman said th« Corner of 4th Si s t -itiu'f exhibit

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