Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 16
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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 16

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AL. gtmflit. Mas 0,1005 SEAttS GRANT — The Clovis Council of Garden Clubs received the long awaited check from the Sears Grant which is a cooperative effort of Sears, Roebuck and Co. and the New Mexico Garden Clubs, Inc. Receiving the check is Mrs. John Tadlock, and presenting the check is Clovis manager of Sears, Roebuck, Mr. E. L. Miller. Each year Sears has provided funds to the five garden club districts in the state, with a total of $4000, and $750 going to each district. Clovis Garden Club council received one of the largest grants ever made to such a project, in recognition for their civic work on the new Greene Acres Park. (Staff Photo) NCO Wives To Print New Club Cookbook The NCO Wive's Club Board,to bring along guests, of Governors met at the home of Carol Bucklaw, Monday, with 11 members present. The meeting was conducted by Guests are allowed two visits with the club before joining. Members bringing in new Supper Salutes Sorority DEAR ABBY Emulate Benjamin Franklin ™ «•»*••• M DEAR ABBY: My husband is a clergyman. He is young handsome, warm-hearted and under- landing. He is constantly be- Jig called upon the help poor rustrated women work out marital problems. l/ly problem: How do 1 handle love-starved women who trans- !er their affections to my husband? Women who feel that he can fill the need in their lives for affection and understanding. He never visits women in their homes unless their husbands are present. But some women stop him on the street, come to his office and even to his home. Everywhere I go, 1 hear how Celebration Compliments Daughter SUDAN Tex. (Special)-Mrs. Max Bulloch was hostess at a children's party Monday afternoon, honoring her daughter, Donna Bulloch on her fifth birthday. Presents were received by the honoree and "Happy Birthday" Should was sung by the group. The birthday cake was a "doll" cake with the beautifully decorated cake forming the skirt of the doll's costume. The cake was made by Mrs. Bulloch. "lucky" I am to be married voice. to such a wonderful man. What! Tvr , . can I do? PARSON'S WIFE .V DEAR WIFE: Are your brnj<-i wifp alw;i >' s ifl ging of complaining? t once!?B ainsl me? I )0 >' ll0 cmll(ln Abigail Von Buren For a personal reply, enclose a one dollar to Abby, Box 69700, '_ .„ ..' i _ r A « **«l f\e> r**\} i f f AI* A KV***t • knew a clergyman who was nll was. women attempted toi T ' 1p vpt '.v AMDV: Why docs my e thc kids' side; loici our older havo the car! stamped, s c 1 f-mklrcsscd cnvc- Los Angeles, Calif., for Abby's booklet. "HOW TO WRITE LETTERS FOR ALL OCCA« JI.ilo lo wrilo Idlers; 1 S c n diSIONS." the things your husband . hccausc hc failocl Uvo Many next day my wife transfer their affections to hlm.i&ave him permission to l;iko the but he was a past master al car - Shp salcl sh(1 wanted '' ' m rerouting them. He told them lo cl ° snmp "orrandr 1 ' ' in his most ministerial tone that bul he kp P l tlle l ' ar J they should emulate Benjamin iMn ' ( ^ back Wltl1 Franklin, and go fly a kite. midnight. DEAR ABBY: I dialed a This morning T (old our wrong number by mistake and : . vcar - oltl daughter she- con! for her, • 1 day and it until Lovely Styles Perfect Diamonds this man who answered h a d Ro ln hor Kirl frip " (l ' such a nice, friendly voice I l iar '- v Iwause •''< 'he- talked to him for about an hour. >'he police were call* He said he was 33 and not mar- !||l(> h °. vs nfl tho si(l ried. He also told me lots of>'» sp - ^' p11 - ni . v \ vilf> other interesting things about:she could j:o! himself. He's been in the serv-; u looks likfl , nv v ice and has been practically allj to t nip ( ,, )Wn over thc world. Toward the end he even got a little roman not lumber last o 11 e 1 ID pull ' of the told h r r n tmnt the kids just to ho u:;iy. would like your opinion on t!ii> DAILY HK.\m:i; tic and said he would like to meet me in person. 1 am only 17 but I look much older. I didn't give him my telephone number but I told him my name. He gave me his phone number and . his first name, but not his las! '™ ! Y .' !l . mils . "'"I"'.' 1 I)i:\i; HKADKIJ: No Bonder so many children arc confused about what's "right" ;ind wli;il's The children sharing the fun with Donna were Bonnie Riley, I call him 1 ? 1 w o u 1 d F,K fiuht in knitwini; lie's ri^ht It's Hie ri'sponsibililv o! p:irents lo make the "rides" (or Ihcii children to follow, and lo support each otbi-r in nifore i n » those rules, ^'o^l an<l your wife DEAR SWEETHEART: This need to iron out vour'own dif man sounds as though he would ft-rrnccs. She is probably pun- really like lo meet him. "TELEPHONE SWEETHEART" Terms At Is'o Interest No Carrying Tnip nrii'fry I* rTprrsird in rurh de.«iRn, brlnjrfnif rfi.-;!i !h<- full hnlii'inrr ami h«*uty of the pfrffrt crntrr (iiamnjid. Your vrry pcrMmal ring owaiu your selection. make a lovely stranger. SUDAN (Special) — Mrs. C. E. Nichols was hostess at a Sal- Beatrice Oliver, president; and;members receive one month's! ad Supper in honor of Founders the plans for the future were discussed. The recipes for the NCO Wives Club cookbook have been gathered and will be printed soon. Members are to bring their cover designs for the "Mrs. Sgt. Sez", cover contest, to the monthly business meeting May 10 at 7:30 p.m. The social for this month will free dues for each newcomer joining. Day for Epsiolon Sigma Alpha. The guests were members of Free nursery will be provided j^ 13 Eta Chapter, ESA of Su- for members and guests attend-!" 1 "" ing the social. Keep ishing you for something t li ;t I tele- has notliiim to do uitli (lie clul Kathy Ham, Phil Kent, Shanks, Wyatt Shanks, R e nee! tlan S crous - Ln1oss >'"" wanl to Jordan, Dennis Harvey andi'ive shabbily and danserously. James Bulloch. dren. r,-. Iforget you ever heard h i s P.u\ U. DOYAL LA RUE — BUDDY HOLMBERG Something new has happened in the knit-shirt market. The National Association of Men's Sportswear Buyers says the new is the addition of velour, — •> V uv«r*»AA - V* V*J*hJ*>l\Sllt,*I »! ill I . .., „ . be a Hail and Farewell Coffee.i cordur °y or sUk tronts to button< at 10 a.m. May 25, at the NCO; front shirt-jack models. The cf- Open Mess. Everyone should try'feet: handsome. Those present were Mmes. Connie Covvart Dan Wood, Bobby Jack Markham, 0. D. Martin, Jr., Charlsie Baker, Gene Duvall, Kenneth Burgess, Bob Taylor, Emery Blume, Noel Lumpkin, Joe B. Markham. Gayle Brownd and C. E. Nichols. New gas ranges obey you as no other kind can. 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