Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 6, 1965 · Page 9
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 9

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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Roundup Of Gattis Junior High GIRLS TRACK CltEEttLttAmNO rtJVtf! ihelri its annual hnnmmf in tho n™,,irn,i e ,,t,u/,f e f«, .!«u«u IsW GIRLS THACK CH6BHLEAMNO CLINIC The Girl's Track Team from Gattis Junior High will be leaving Friday for Tucumcari for a meet. The 30 girls will leave at noon from the school house. They will participate in such events as pursuit relays, shuttle relays, 25, 50, and 75 yard dashes; 50 and 75 yard hurdles, shot put, softball throw, discus, standing broad jump, running broad jump and high jump. BANT) The Gattis Junior High Band made its annual trip to Roswell, for the Music Contest, April 24. The band played Emblem of tJnity March, Greensleeves, and Pageant. They received a T in Concert and a II in sightreading. There were 20 bands participating in the contest, three of which received first places. Three buses departed at 10 a. Girls attended a clinic for Cheerleaders for 10 days, recently. They did exercises, and were judged on pep, jump, yelling, and a written expalination. Finalists were Paula Gillespie, Erin Yates, Sheila Pruity, Brenda Hallaway, Debbie Cockran, Sherrye Deyo, Sherry Grancan and Paul Randolf; all of the eighth grade and Clari Woody, Janice Clayton, Vicky Beach, Vickie Baughman, Janet Case, Valene Enderton, Cynthia Felton, all seventh graders. The cheerleaders for the next year will be Paula Gillespie. Brenda Hollaway, Sherrye Deyo and Cris Yates Clair Woody, held its annual banquet in the school cafeteria. The room was decorated in the theme of the Old South. The banquet was attended by 100 persons, David Lyle was master of ceremonies at the affair, and Mr. James Hopkins gave the blessing. Chanes Gant spoke on the council of 1964-65, and Donnie Bobbins, president, presented the special guests and gave thanks to the many people who made the banquet possible. Leon Hokett, spoke on "Road Signs To Success." He also sang a song. Oscar Cantwell, sponsor of the student council, presented pins and membership cards to the Janice Clayton, Janet Case and i student council members. Vicky Beach. SPECIAL ASSEMBLY A special assembly will m. Saturday and arrived at Ros- 1 held May 7, when the picture son. v<'ll at 12:30 p.m. where the;screen. which was obtained by The meal was served by the FHA members under th» di- be rectiou of Mrs. Marquita Adam- band members had lunch. After performing they returned to Clovis at 10:30 p.m. FAT OVERWEIGHT the stamp drive will be presented. REGISTRATION The 1965 school year is end- Required subjects for eighth grade are: two periods of language arts; one period of arithmetic, and one period of physical education. Eighth grade electives are: life science, arts and crafts, industrial arts, Spanish, speech and drama, on a one semester basis, and reading. All year electives are algebra, chorus, band, home economics, general business and student helper. Required subjects for n i n t h grade are: one period of English; one period of civics, and New Mexico history; one period of math and one period of general science. Ninth grade eleclives..are: reading, drivers tracing and recreational leadership, which are half year subjects. Arts and crafts, home economics, industrial arts, Spanish, speech and drama, chorus, special and general band general Friday, which is the school's for next year's school term. annual Tacky Day. will also be The required subjects for sev- thc occasion for the issuing of enth grade are: two periods of (language arts; one period of ing, but students are registering;business, student helper and physical education are electives for all year. This information is offered so parents will have a better under- AvutUW* to yr»t| w!')vni* A ilor!, ».-rl;.(|.in. ,.„.• j,r,,!,..•• ,«,:...! t ),lri! in:.! !,»<• ugly <*• ," \ ,,,r rn.m Olr'nox In n ):-.;• tjii.'.-i «••„) ,.«» ml Ot n<1 of r\.r«< rut ; ik'iT. Orlr.n.'v .*i.» n-,1 i« i ri)«r»;.:<-,- If n'•. »«':>;ir.; f .r \ Ju«! rrlurn IV pai-kaec In \ yearbooks. Students who have activity|world geography; one period of standing of the subjects their tickets will automatically receive arithmetic; one period of physi-ichild is studying in school. the books and others may be ob-'cal education, and one period of j ALL STATE tainecl at the price of S3.00. ! a combination student study hall i The girls who made a first place on their solo or trio will attend the all-state competition, ti'i«k Kadi home room will pick the and orientation. VA<|1 • Tackiest Boy and Girl, then Even though a student is re'!..,'?I representatives from each quired to take certain subjects.'Friday. homeroom will be voted on, and he has a choice of two subjects! They will leave Friday and be *t «nd jr»! vi.«ir ic«Uo-!« ».«ki-1. O full -I-*, the winners will be presented to that are individual. in h». k. NO the student body. The electives for the seventh sponsored by Paul Durham, choral director. SM*M Dnif Ploni — Itllllop ri«r» K»U Ordrri mint ialso be selected. •j ANNUAL BANQUET !trial arts Saturdav the student council'band. Tackiest faculty members will grade are: earth science, read-! The girls who are contestants in? arts, arts and crafts, indus- are Sylvia Lewis, Nancy Cant- Spanish, chorus and; well, Mary Frinifrock and Lynda Hardy. Paul Durham concluded h i s speech to the group by saying, "I am very proud of the students involved." OPEN HOUSE MOTNffif DAYSPfCMif JU»T WHAT MOTMH WANT* MOST AORMKMAL KLKCTNIC DISHWASHKK with fne purenase GENERAL ELECTRIC DISHWASHER! WASHES, DRIES PLACE SETTINGS FOR 15 PEOPLE* NEEDS NO INSTALLATION! 3-WAY WASHING ACTION $coo $ MNII 00 •MTV GOOD/YEAR 1103 Main Clovis, N. Mex. 0tffiNAt»» tUm, Way «, Schoo Wig hairstyles reflect; the moods for gprlitg. Worn by actress Stefaale Powers, they are in blond, brunette and red human hair and can be set by the wearer in-between professional styling, Miss Powers uses a soft and fluffy blond wig (left) lor a sultry look* The side-swept free* Sarcasm, Statist ice, Advice For Smokers Wanting To Quit swiflgta; fcranette wig (center) reflects the ..... . hairdos still extremely popular and wearable while tH« red toi< (rieht) gives her a frisky feeling with Its short, tousled styling. Note the guiche or cheek curl so Impof* - ~- tant to the season's hair moods. ^^ MUSCULAR- ACHES-PAINS Take PRUVO tablets wTberiyou want temporary relief frbtnjnln* or aches and pains and body stiff* ness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Burshis, Lumbago, Backache and Pa'ihful Muscular aches. Lose these dls- NEW YORK fUPI) — She came in tonight, there were stood on the stage of the aud-jthree or four people standing itorium in Public School 128 and outside taking that last puff, with a sly grin asked for a moment of silence. She grinned because she knew what she was going to get. The coughing started with a clap and rose to a rumble. There was a lot of nervous laughter. Dr. Catherine Hess smiled her slv smile and boomed into hanging on to the red. I met a lady in the lady's room, pacing back and forth. Oh, my!" comforts or your money Jwc& At all drug counters. * •• *• SASSER DRUG Hilltop Plaza LEVINE'S The Gattis Chapter of FHA the microphone: "Listen to presented an open house, April : your colleagues! Listen to your- 22. for any eighth grade girl in-jselves!" (crested in FHA, and her moth- Dr. Hess took her medicine show to Manhattan Tuesday The program was entitled, night. She stood before 425 hard core smokers, who came \'o!unto convince "Step by Step. Tomorrow." The opening ceremony was'tarily, and tried eiven by Mary Lee Lawson and ^them to stop. the welcome was given by Lin- 1 A husky woman with a husky da Houston. j voice, she is assistant city com- 1'at Sullivan presented the jmissioner of health, a former creed, and a report on the state; two pack a day woman herself FilA meeting was given by Ma- i who long ago gave up the nary Ix-e Lawson. Hobby Kay Gil- hit and now, she confesses, has DRESS EVENT FREE GIFT WRAP - OPEN TONIGHT TILL 8 SPECIAL LEVINE'S BUY—FOR MOTHER'S DAY! bcrt and Jo Ann Wescott. an obesity problem. A skit was presented by Vic- She used statistics and sar- kie Grossott. Evelyn Saiz and' ca >m. She cajoled, she scared. Ellen Davis on "What Is FHA?" ;she scolded, she begged and Debbie Mullinax. Beverly Bil-' s he promised to pray for her !>rc\. Karen Martin, Sharon'audience. Jester, Willafave Akt-rs. and Ju- To some extent, this tech- MADE TO SELL FOR 10.99 AND 1199! dy Marchman all received Jun:or Degrees. Oscar Cantwell received hon- nique works. Last October, the city of New York decided to fight smokinc. It started in orary membership. Karen Mar- Queens, a middle class borough tin and Beverly Bilbrey received :0 f high-rise apartments. charms and Bobby Kay Gilbert Of the 1.000 Queens residents was presented a pin and charm who turned out for "stop smok- nor her work in money making ma institutes." half dropped out projects ;before the four sessions bad Clara Felton and Sharon Lott'onded. Of the 500 who saw them led the group in singing. j through, 45 to 50 per cent quit. Mrs Adamson then closed the Sf)f these, about 160 were still meeting with a new program of,not smoking three months later. I „ • • DACRON" "FLUFF CREAM DRESSES Levines Sale Price! ft work, and the closing ceremony. Refreshments were served lat Dr. Hess is not depressed. After listening to coughs and or in the Homemaking Depart- wheezes during the monment of merit for all quests. silence, she talked about tobacco. 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