Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 5, 1965 · Page 4
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May 5, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 4

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CtOVIS 5, 10(1.-, DEAR ABBY Westway Views Travel Films On Scenic Mexico I Agree DEAR ABBY: Our son won a speech contest at school. He was to go on to the state speech contest, but this is what happened. My husband and I were! asked to sign sworn statements! saying that we did not help our! son with the writing of his; speech as it was supposed to have been an original composi-; tion. I signed it willingly as we had given our son no help. Inj fact, we did not even hear the speech until he gave it in competition. . My husband refused to sign; the statement, saying that thej boy's word alone would be sufficient, and he resented the' school authorities taking such measures to insure the truth from a student. I said if we did not sign the statement they would think that we helped our boy with his speech. Well, my husband refused to sign it. and our son was disqualified from the contest. I would like your opinion because my husband and 1 are still at odds because of this. A MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: I agree with you. Since you gave y o n r son no help, you should have signed the statement. 1 think your husband did his son an injustice. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married for a little over a year. It has been a wonderfully happy marriage. Neither of us ever dreamed such happiness was possible. Before we met, while my husband was working in Europe, he had an affair with a European woman 20 years his senior. Thi? lasted five years. He was transferred out of the country and their relationship ended. Then he met me. It's been three years since he has seen her. They have exchanged Christmas cards. That is all. Yesterday he received a letter from her telling him that she intends to visit the States (and our city) this summer. My husband wants me to meet her and says we should have her out for dinner, This has caused our first major disagreement. He says they are only friends now and she is no threat to our marriage. I say I don't want to meet her. and 1 would rather that he didn't, either. Am I being unreasonable" CONFUSEED DEAR CONFUSEED: No! While the lady may be no threat to your marriage', knowing of her past relationship with your husband would make you tin- Hate to write letters'? Send one dollar to Abby, Box 69700. Los Angeles. Calif., for Abby's (booklet, "HOW To WRITE; [LETTERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS." | Compliments Area Girl I BROADVIEW (Special)Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Harrington entertained in their Lome with an informal supper honoring their daughter, Christi on her ; fifth birthday. \ The group san.tr "Happy Birthday Christi." while the little miss Hit her five white candles on a Uarge birthday cake, iced in light pink frosting WALCOTT fSpecinh - Dan True of KFDA-TV was the guest j speaker for the Wesiway Com- imunity when the group met in i the Community House, Friday, : for films and a narration by True. He showed films, which he jand his wife Betty took while on 'their trip to the Island of Tip- erore in (lie Bay of California. Also included for the films was Hie town of Mulange in Old Mexico which is described as a j tropical paradise, i True, showed pictures of the i cathedral of Sonora which is said to be 180 years old. and the Christinas Bazaar in Hermosillo ion the mainland of Old Mexico Homer Hudcl was the presiding officer for thp business session, and officers for the coming year were elected. Herb Owens will be the president: W. W. Thomas, first vice-president: Roland Huirgrove second vice-president: Mrs. \V W. Thomas, treasurer: Mrs. Buck Green, recording secretary: Mrs. Harold i{ ut jd. corresponding secretary and Mrs Clarence Morrison, reporter. l A covered-dish supper wa- served to Mr. and Mrs. Dan (J. C. Merrctf, Hereford and and Mrs. Homer R ti d d and Buck Green, Sandra and Janie- True and children, of Amarillo. Hay Simpson also of Hereford, daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. Herb Owens; Mrs' Mr. and Mrs. Art Stoy and son Also attending from the West- Rudd and children, Mr. ami Mrs. Bess Werner. Mr. and Mrs. Mcr- of Hereford. Lewis Hourr of Col- way community were Mr. and F.mmitt Johnson. Billy. Donna lin Kaul. Larry and Buzzy, and oraclo Springs, Colo.; Allen Mrs. W. W. Thomas and Jeanne, and Anna: Mr. and Mrs. Al Hun- Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hairgrove White of Hereford; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Paul Hudd. Mr. ter and children: Mr. and Mrs and children. suadc him to skip it. CONFIDENTIAL TO HE. LEN: Your husband Is a "per- fectionlst." (He takes great pains and gives them to others.) Learn to live with him. T. ui o~^ — Problems" W r 1 1 e to ARBY. Box 69/00. Los Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Informal visiting followed bv these relatives: Materna'l grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I D. Shaw of Grady; maternal aunt. Mrs. Carol Stephens and .children Rusty, Shawn and [Sharon of Big Spring. Tex : her paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Russell Harrington Miss Sheri Tillmon of Clovis and the honoree's sister. Lori Harrin*ton . FASHIONETTES Sudan Homemakers Show Spring Family Fashions SUDAN (Special) ~ The Sheila Baker, parliamentarian ^o»ng Homemakers sponsored a Leta Warren, points chairman sty.e show Tuesday evening in Sandra Lane, pianist; and Don^ t.nt- _ Schooi tafetorium. na Gaston, sdig leader. Cynthia -,Ti!f, •• 1Cme W3S StCp In to ; Win throp. historian: Rrenda ' >p . r j"? , - , . , ,.,_, 'Drake, degree chairman: Nancv *h ! J", tlhl - d «n of Nix. recreation chairman: and <.ne member^. Mamie Sue I'ndcrwood pub'ici- Mr and Mrs. Don Ham. their ; y chairman son and three dauzhters and A! Award? were printed *o A.exander. who makes his homo Pa ch ouUoin- office- T"pv wpr t . w;th the Hams, gave an interest- Kav Baker Pa;:!a C'^hol-r. :ng *-ow-:nc of spring dressy \ancv Ha-.r>< Mamie Sue" Tr and s:i;rts Mr H.i-n hi,- ,M>n. deru..od. s^nja Ford. Jenn.e Take Powder Along Carry a soothing body powder when traveling. I.'M> it after- a hath to check prickly heat, itching f.-e!. chafing or to soothe minor skin irritations Richard Barr.. men'- shoe designer, iv advancing white and combination shoes for spring and summer The white leathers are washable. \ -' *• ESTEE LAUDER SPECIAL OFFER at the" BLUE ROOM. With any Estee Louder purchase made through May 7, you will receive a compact of Estee Louder pressed powder with it's own foundation blended in! 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