Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 6, 1965 · Page 8
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 8

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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b Thnfs., May 9, 1068 L6$al B and PW Group Receives State Awards At Recent Fete Clevis Business atid Professional Wdmen's Club receipt! several prizes this past weekend at the state convention in Las Cruces. Being recognized for their part in national projects, and {honoring members holding gold cards, which signified work done' to membership departments, were only two of the ••awards-accorded the Clovis group.;;. Clcflrts tied with Las Cruces for tjte highest awards made in acquiring new members, and In general attendance features. The local group also was given recognition for having several women with the long e s t membership time in the state organization. fjie Galloping Gavel teas presented to Clovis on behalf of the club's work in stabilizing membership, which made the Clovis group the largest membership in the state. for. Odell Parrish of Clovis was guest speaker at the convention, and he discussed the woik done on the Youth Ranch. The organization presented Mr Parrish with a check for $31:, Sate officers elected at the convention were; Gerogia Montgomery, Jal, state president; Ma-y Louise Landon, Albuquerque, first vice president; Ethel Flojyd, Estancia, second vice president; Mildred Stinnett Faifmington, recording secretary; Betty Mills, Jal, correspond- Skating, Slumber Party Entertains Area Groups FORREST (Special - Janet Moon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moon entertain e d Friday, with a skating party and a slumber party. The group held the skat 1 n g party in the Forrest little gymn. Present for skating were Lar- Girl Scouts To Receive Information ry Christesson, Vickie Gunn, Malcom Rogers, Douglas Gibbs, Daflny Henry, Leslie Bruce, Chlbe Carmichael, Charl o 11 e Screws, Patsy Myers, Judy Pipkins. Linda Dean, Diana Yales, Donna Laney and Janet Moon. The hostess served hamburgers and punch, and following the party, banana splits were served. Diana Yates, Linda Dean, Chloe Carmichael, Donna Lan- Ing secretary; Marcella Davidson, Clovis, treasurer, and Olive Frear, Clovis, parliamentarian. Mrs. Frear will also serve as a member of the national credential committee at the National Convention which is to be held in July in Washington, D.C. Other important dates for the organization were announced, with a school of instruction slated to be held in Portales, *une 6. The Northeast District meet- ng was set for Oct. 16-17 at Springer, with the State Midyear Board Meeting, Oct. 10 in Albuquerque. Hobbs was designated as the convention site for the 1966 contention to be held next April. Highlight for the summer's activities will include a tea giv- n by Mrs. Pearl Mesta, in Vashington, D.C., for members f the international congress. Clovis delegates attending the tate convention were; Clem "ollins, Marcella Davidson, Olive Frear, Grace Swain, Laua Hickey, Dorothy Sutler Marge McCullough, Glenn Green and Edith Cawthon. Mrs. "i>avid Furgeson, Sangre e - v ' Vickie Gunn . Patsy Myers De Cristo Girl Scout Council I Judy Pipkins and Charlotte Day Camp Director, for the Sci'ews all attended the slum- Clovis .area, has announced that Day Camp Registrat i o n folders :are being distrib u t e d this week to all Girl Scout leaders. Girl -Scouts and Brownl e s, wishing'to camp this year, should contact their leaders to secure forms. Registration blanks should be filled out. and sent to Mrs. Marvin Doolittle, Drive. Camp sessions 301 Man son will be held at Running Water Draw June 14 thru June 18, from 9:30 to 3:30 under the direction of Mrs. David Furgeson and Mrs. Peter Wilt. ber party, later at the Moon home. Group Schedules Activities The Clovis Women's Group of the Re-Organized Church of the Latter Day Saints of Jesus Christ met recently with Mrs Milton Henson conducting t h e meeting. Missionary Jack Fears, Lub bock, Tex. was special speaker, and discussed plans for a week activities. Special sessions will be held Wednesday with Mr. Fears speaking to the group, and Thursday sessions will be conducted by Eugene Theyei o Redlands, Calif. Discussion was also held concerning the rummage sale which is slated for Saturday at 7 a.m at the Grand Avenue Homes. DEAR ABBY The Bride Is Short On Sense DEAR ABBY: We live on a farm, and every summer we Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: My best are bombarded with the kids of fr °m sorority (we are both,f,-i cnc j just our city relatives. Summ e rs'g raduate d from college n o w); doesn't 'hurt, and she ninkcs 'no are important to a farmer be-i askecl me to be her maid of hon-! 0 ff ort t 0 correct or punish him cause if he doesn't get his! 01 "- S1 >c's being married soon. I ] f cc l so sorry for lu>r it can acce P ted - Tn en she called mei dollars.! Io "g distance and said the best! Yet every summer, as soon as' man wa * 6 foot 4 inches, and stairpcd, self-addressed cnve-,T;Os Angeles, Calif., for Abby's lope. I booklet. "HOW TO WRITE and says it u a i c to write lelters? Send'LETTERS FOR ALL OCCA- one dollar to Abby. Box fi'1700. SION'S." crops harvested then, cost him hundreds of DEAR school is out, we have an end-i sin <* less stream of kids getting in! we only 5 feet one inch t0 '^ ' « *' babllt the way, taking up our timei s ° now would I like to be one and slowing up our work. °\ t tllf \ six bridesmaids? * Don't say, "Put them to " " work," because some of those city kids are so lazy they won't even pick up their own clothes. They would rather walk c , , . ,,, around them r ma ° e me promise 1 d come If the situation were reversed, ^J^ H dl "S other 1 , t 8 ' ° to bp a AIRPORT ROAD i ROAD: Don't waste atliy on the mother, monster" will need he goes to school and . . ...v., ,„ ,isc those taetics on his s . teacher and playmates. When a fiP'llTl * t * . i.i1." mother neglects to teach her child how to control his emotions, he learns the hard way. And pays dearly for tin " . My am a I have never heard a girl out of a wed- mother says if I go I rONFIDKNTlAL TO FASH- IHO.N-.MINDKI): Vrs, the skirls shorter, and the bill are j necklines are p and I don't like it, either as long as the two don't | tually meet, we arc lucky. Unlined hooded parkas in bleeding and non-bleeding mad•as rate high on the boy's wear ront for spring. The zipper model predominates. Second on the ist: a pop-over kangaroo pocket model. and we sent our kids to our. city relatives, would their husbands take the kids to the office and watch them all day so they wouldn't get into trouble, hurt themselves, or break some- DEAR SHORT: N'O! Your thing? And I wonder how many friend, the bride, is also short Problems'' city wives would like to give on common sense and courtesy. Box fi!)70(). 1 up their bridge parties a n d I agree with your mother. ' For a personal repl'v. enclose a make extra meals and do extra laundry for the kids. What do you suggest? FARMEER'S WIFEE DEAR WIFE: T Write to A P.P. Y Angeles, Calif. ' Wiiii \ac;i!. l ) ! ' DEAR ABBY: Will you please corner, us.. % tell me what you think of a l 1 ^ 1 '-'" nil' 1 " f 'i\ mother who lets her four-year-' Mie ~ l ' s;> ' { " n '' Cinincii • I i--in off :\e Ian'! OPEN TONIGHT TILL' 8 P.M. teiT your city relatiVe.^^ M child ^ ^ hlt her and ^ ^ what you have told me. People slam her over the head with but who permit others to impose on his tovs or anvthing he hap- them because they lack the ' ' nerve to say "NO"'have to put P cns 1o have in hls hand at tho up with the consequences. \\ ; moment 0 This little monster is ;iccesM'i';cs si and slack-, footwear and li'llt itclilv i- r, 2922-H wu »n, ..i- .n-ir - j.., No. 83-i" PATT-O-RAMA u l i t.. 4- >•/•• .;.' :-._' I- ••• i.. . :-• i ••„ >*••• yards JO <>HI)I It *MM| Hoc In cola* to: — For pali ! UVi .4ve. uf Americas Nrw lurk, N.V. HHUli Calendar 7:30 p.m. VFW Auxiliary Post 3C15 will hold Installation of new officers, and first regular business meeting. VFW Post West Seventh. All members are urged to attend. THURSDAY 7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Altar Society. Sacred Heart School. Room 14. 2 p.m. Bowling for older children. Meet at the Special Education Building FRIDAY in am. Cattleman's Wives Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. Jim Turnbough and Mrs. Bob Harper at 500 W. Christopher or a white elephant bingo and luncheon. Members requested to bring small unwrapped gifts. 130 p.m. Knitting Club. Meets with Mrs. Kenneth Nort Kil2 Guiding. Anyone interested !n knitting is requested to contact Mrs Norton. 763-6260 or Mrs K T Netzel. 76.V6201. 7 ]> m Girls' Sewing Class, KKt-eptiona! 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