Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 10
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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 10

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Local News Features CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, Sunday, May fl, 1965, Page 10 Clovis |irl Wins State Title £& Clevis girl was named "Miss tfSto Mexico" here Saturday and tfftl the honor to go to Miami, 138; this summer to compete for tffititle of "Miss USA." 3Jfiss Judy Baldwin, 19, a fQSjlhman at Denver University, was selected from among four fSialists from throughout the alSfe competing for the title of 'OTss New Mexico" by a five jtDSge panel. ;Miss Baldwin, the granddaugh, tgr of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hat- fteld, 400 E. 19th, is a 1964 grad- iwRe of Clovis High School and presently is a member of the PC Beta Pi sorority at Denver UBiVersity. ;3Chis past year she was named "$iss Snow Carnival Queen" at the-university. Rosemary Allen of Ros- was runner up in the con- •jMiss Sandy O'Cheskey of East- eOj;New Mexico University represented Portales in the cpmpe- titfon and Miss Carol Marie Co. baT represented Alamogordo. 2The girls were judged from stteet dress, evening gowns and bathing suit competition. fudges were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ejtes of Bovina, Tex.; Clint Formby of Hereford, Tex.; Dr. Eugene Mann of Eastern NMU, afllT Maj. Lloyd F. Walker of Cannon AFB. Jkjiss Baldwin, who was spon- sqpgd by KCLV radio station in the« contest, won an expense paid trip to Miami to compete for -the Miss USA title, plus $100 and. a wardrobe. The competition in Miami June Jtjnp 4 will be seen on nation- wjdp television. Clovisite akes Oath Women Voters' Sets Convention In State Education Board has^administered the oath of of- fi£&: to Charles C. Murphy of who was appointed to the last month to replace J. Ejnjbry Wall of Elida who died o£ § heart attack. The board will meet in Santa Fe this week to discuss pro- MISS NEW MEXICO — Miss Judy Baldwin, 10, a fivsh- man at Denver University, beams with joy after she was named Miss New Mexico at Clovis Saturday by a five judge panel. She is the grandaughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hatfield, 400 E. 19th. She will go to Miami, Fla., this summer to participate in the Miss USA competition. CHS Choirs To Present Final Concert Of The Year The a capella choir and the,Lady Walks in posals for the reorganization of; girls - cnoi , from ciovis H i g n A'wide variety of selections as thfc ^Chaves, Taos and Rio Ar-! Schooli un(jer the direction of have been chosen for the con- rfSa 1 County shcool systems. | A _ v . Wall, choral instructor, cert, ranging from modern *TJ)e board is scheduled to be- wi ^ present the final concert of works, including two numbers o'«-a three-day meeting Mon-' tne y ear with a variety pro- from the opera "Catulli Car- gram Thursday at Marshall mina" by Carl Orff. to selec- Auditorium. I lions by romantic composers, including works by . . sohn and Brahms, partici- , ,. r our languages, Italian .,, man, Latin and F'.nglisli |used in various numbers during systems were charged w i t h "Morning"; Linda Anderson. presenting plans for the remap- ! "Caro Mio Ben"; Larry Coff- The concluding number for pjgg and to present these plans jman, "Green-Eyed Dragon"; the program will be "Sine No- te-Hhe education board for ap- ; Jerry Skinner, "I Hear an Ar- mine" by Ralph Vaughn W i 1- proval. imy", and Terry Crane "My hams. Delegates To Hear Senator Members of the New Mexico League of Women Voters will convene in Clovis Tuesday after noon for their llth state conven. tion. Mrs. Bernard Gameral of Clovis, a member of the state board of directors, said about 50 delegates are expected at the convention, representing local leagues in Albuquerque. Carlsbad, Clovis. Gallup, Las Vegas, Los Alamos, Roswell, Sandoval County .Santa Fe and Silver City. Highlighting the three-day convention, which will be held at the Holiday Inn, will be a panel discussion Wednesday afternoon on "Revenue Requirements and Sources of Income for the State of New Mexico — present and Future." Members of the panel addressing the convention delegates will be Senator Gordon Melody. San Miguel County, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, a 1965 session member and a member of the Legislative Finance Committe: Ben D. Mason. chief of the Budget Division., Department of Finance and Ad- ministation and Franklin Jones, an Albuquerque attorney. During Tuesciay night's opening session, delegates to the convention will hear the proposed program for the state league, as drawn up by the board of directors. Included on the proposed ncen- da are continued exploration of the state constitution; support of improved election procedures through measures 1o got and 'keep registration books up-to- date and through positive identification of voters by signatures a pre - requisite for voting: work aimed at a unified court system, adequately financed with centralized administration a t «) j| 4 i. *. ^ I i 't *• N**Mt*t > *k- 14- «Ms? awTJa FFA EXCHANGE — South Carolina Kutun America are shown sonic of the as|« ( 't- <•( ranching in Now Mexico by Clovis FKA rnt ; an exchange visit to Clovis. The lxiy«. ;<if. John Garnett, son of Mr. and Mrs.. IWt Gam F.l!' T u t h 1 Hi! -South Carolina Students Eastern Visit Clovis FFA Chapter Two senior high school stu- change day, *fhe recent legislative session ! approved a bill, which was la-| Featured soloists will be five tef'signed by the governor, i students who recently cSUng for the reorganization of jpated ^in^ the state solo contest. trie* last three county school :Tne ' ' ' ' " ' systems in New Mexico. T h e the >' wl11 sin § are Jan 'IreadwelU . , ... ,. dents from South Carolina left Tlu-v c'.nciunv i t.-ir ,r nnd fiscal control and with quail- c , ovis thjs morninE after s|M . m |. hen- Satiir.ljy rw>;: IA tied personnel; an improved svs- , n g a wee ^ visiting and study- inu a nxico ;it l»-\.t- Menles- 'cm fo* the selection, retention, i n( , f arm ing and ranching in Wliih? in <'!«•,,s t!;cy promotion and dismissal of per- eastern New Mexico as part of ens F.nuli-h Or- sonnel in the state government: a Future Fanners of America dent asM-mbl will be . in(i thp development of human exchange program, Durhan Tom Sely, son of Mr. trjt St-1-. 1». and the Wren FFA Chaj^t-r t:.»- cli.ii.'v td ft resources to provide for all per- Mfs ? w Sdy (){ Kas!( ,, , n(>nt s , -<.rs equality of opportunity of S()Uth C;jn) i ina . an(1 | )ann y Dur- started th, • •ducation and employment ham. son of O. D. Durham of only la>t I'iedmont, South Carolina, both visited the Clovis FFA Chapter < " in Iur in an exchange program which auilc ^'' l ' r ''. i f'lavis Ilich *\r-hnnl <;i>n- ^" ( ' r r .\ < \«-ar rrn-al in Sttf- l-:U,.t,,, n of officers and direc- . tors for the state league for --l%5-(>7 will be held at Thursday sent tvvo morning's closing session Mrs. James Roverud is president of the Clovis league. Local High School sen- i lors to South Carolina last Ap- ! ril. While in the Clovis area Sely and Durham, who are both of- members in charge of convention fu . t . rs . , n tliejr i ocal A r | ia ,,.. arrangements are Mrs James t er toured the sugar beet plant Wi-stfall, general chairman: Mrs. at Hen-lord, Tex., the Swift; Irving Mason, registration; Mrs plant and several of the f arms j ami ranches in the county plus the Clovis feed lots. ed and tiojx-s ih^ii :i" ;i' that Ciir. ;s tu rc.tt Jack McCulough, ban()iict Lynell Skarda. credentials; and Mrs. Charles Smith, hospitality. Moisture In Clovis To Data In May 00 To Date In 1965 1-55 Total for May 1964 77 Record May Low (1913) .12 Record May Hi (1941) 12 40 54-Yr. Avg. For May 2.267 Total For 1964 12.25 Total Thru May 1964 2.36 They toured F.astern N f w Mexico rmversity and visited the oil fields around H o b b s and Lovington and also were taken through the Carlsb a d Caverns. > They were accompanied on' their visits by Kent Glenn, state FFA vice president, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Glenn, northwest of Clovis and John Garnett, local chapter president, son of Mr and Mrs. Peel Garnett. Route 2, who both vis- iited South Carolina on the ex- fi # •4 oi the f«ur • In trtA 1'alll }> 2, :\-l >herjl p'pl fSt'Jjf Pleasant Hill Woman 1964 Mother Of Year A ,i x Sari'.!', -a./ • ' Hootenany : Planned For Jaycee Meet ht.ite convey* Ml'XU.) JlllO &jJ3H10g HOfH£B — Mrs. Gertrude Hop~~~ fig, of Pleasant Hill was named "Curry ly Senior Mother of the Year" Satur—, m t*« County Committee on Aging upon her nomination tor the honor by her great-grandson, left. Mike Spearman, 17, sun of Mi nnd Mrs. Julm Sp* arman, 1313 E. i'lsi. Richard Snow ol Clovis, riglit, i» rhaiiuian of the committee. (Staff Photui Mrs. Gertrude Hopper. 85, of Pleasant Hill was named "Curry County Senior Mother of the Year for 1965" Saturday by the county Commit** , on Aging Mrs Hopper and her husband Herbert. 90, have lived in the area for » years af,, moving ,er t from Kansas. They have been married 64 years and have , one daughter. | A spokesman for the committee said Mrs. Hopper was chosen because she has devoted such a great deal of her life to raising live of her grandchildren and two of l.er 4 great grandchildren. The Senior Mother of the Year program was planned as part oi the activities for Senior Citizens Month this month. i Honner said "It's won- Mr - ' PPJ » ^ " » * « - re{erri ^ arman 17 ar man H. s 1313 E 21gt who J jminated her for ^ honor ; Mrs Hopper wiu ^ awar ded a plaque stating she is "Senior Mother of the Year for 1965," said Richard Snow, chairman of the Committee on Aging. Sn^*' added that he hoped the committee can continue to award 1 the honor annually. t!;-cf-:ia> \e-.l '! M< knit May JO Hoot ' in Mol» J\VCti:S UOOTEN'ANN'Y and rtH-'oi ding fame will app second annual "Hootenanm H<ioi Ja.Ncees uitli the proceeds lu go dren's building fund. Sheh Woo in Clux loy M «-|«ni.siii to (ia l ol Ua\ _ v n, \ tin in tin-- ('IIAI.S i t'lul- \s •>,:'••*. h-'«-\ !"i m and i!...' •*':>•; with the pmceed> frolt t'...- !,...:tr:,nas i^ing (o the K|» vf.>':o!-.;ii t':\:!i1't-n's l>,nl(j i n|| !,..-{ t ,\!"'i' tlijn 70i'l jx-rson' are t-|| JH-I led to attend the sta(£ \Vooiey has appeared A i!:;i:'. • iiinMuii jiicturcs inc'udiMI Iliii:' Noon" with (jary Coopajfc Hi- was the singer and compoji e; ..f ?!,e h i 1 record, "T hj| I';.:;i : c Feopk- KaU-r." and 4B is KIIMAII in u-U". i-tui! as ' PeftJ Ni»!.i;-" on 'Haw lade "

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