Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 18
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 18

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 9, 1965
Page 18
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=~carver Library Presents We have teen visited by several clasm recently. Mrs. Eves of Gattis rwic*. Mr* Day f r o m ap- I Eugene Field brought her fourth grade. Mrs. Farver of e?ne Field brought a fourth grade class, Mrs. "Frame from ' La Cisita brought her s«ond grade*, and Mrs. .Mozer of Eu;gene Field brousht her s«ocd grade ciass. The students in Mrs. Mozer'* ! class wrote cute notes of jpreciation to the librarians | Those readers who like t h e :Hill and Loring books will be jgiad to know that the Library ; now has about twenty new ||jtes oi those authors. Roxanne Fitz, grade six, in Bella Vista School wrote a review for National Lib r a 'Week, but it was too late to be printed that week. It lows: i Pride Of The .Moor I By Viaa Smith 1 This book b about a boy 'lived in Scotland on hi.?' |father's farm, herding sheep JH..? name was Mark Wannacott. Mark hsfi a ;<.- and often far/'aH : c on W BTD — Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lovett. 2i"J8 Acoma Dr., aBnounce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. "*— >: to Mr. Roy F. Bingo of Fort Worth. Tex., June 5 ^ . fr H ,,. ,? chapel of the First Methodist Church. All friends '*'."." *£.'*."" 1*"' - : '^, relatives are invited to attend the 7 p.m. ceremony .'; *"£,-' ,. .£ ^ a * V' V' the reception which will follow. " TdMt hs h '"• and Ma GET RUGS BEAUTIFULLY CLEAN THE BJSSEll WAY -»Now use the Bissell Shampoo Master JJ^ with safe, economics! *»» Bissell Rug Shampoo—end need for 2^ sending rugs out to be cleaned. 2* Do it yoorseif! Save! JJJJ Easy—no stooping or •». hard scrubbing SitFast—shampoo a 9 x 12 ^Jin under Y-, hour J2 Safe—on any domestic rug SEconomical—less than 2c ^Ja square foot for shampoc. = $795 < estern •••§•• • • Phone 7fi3-rr>10 303 MAIN CLOVIS >a^ two hole« wh:ch he tho'Jr ;<y,xed like bu"*t hole* He j -'•Id Nathan a retired hoj-; breaker what hf- ha;; seen S' fififi recalled a racoror-"^ r,.|i *-d Pndf o; the Moor He k!|: .Va;ri I'dd >'."-r. tr.i* horsej father certteroiece for the head table. Toast mistress Betty Echols , gave the and member,: a very warm welcome and thaaked Martftay McGregor and her committee for doins such a nice job on preparing the banquet The evening was opered with Gail Kinyoa playing the piano and ail the girls sLagine the National Anthem The "open in e r;t- uaS was said and Marlene Evans gave the Beta Sifma Phi Grace A dinner wa? served to the croup, inciuding those at the head table who were the w- eoing officer? Thelma Echois. Cathy Eastham. Bettye Echo!*. Gail Kinyon and Bunny Rutledge. Following the d;nr,er, Cathv Eait.*-.arn gave a summary of tne crtapt a r'« p ~ o ' e c t <. rr"?- cram;, jociab a.nd ser%:ce'for tr.e past y»ar Seven pledge? cam? sr.t^ t-? cr.apter -. ear arj i\-TO MARRY — M!-> B»?tty Carol Rurr,bav:^h. dauch^r of '*ar^:eree^ rr, .i ... • r. ; ;:•--. r..-.^; Mr. and Mr>:. P.puber. Rumhaugh of Melm^e h^« anT-ur-^'-d "'^' "' ^•-'''••-•' '.••••-•-:••••'•*.• ' •--"'•-'•.• the da'e cf her appr'"*achi:ie rrainage as Mav i/^ 1 . in thv B-ipMst ChuiTh ir. Melra^?. Mi- Rumhau-^h uli; r..fvorr.f- - r ;"'- : * ?''• t-arr. "• ^.-i th- bride cf Alvin Evans, son o: M:> Erl^ne Evan^. 241" e = a worth 2*>th Street. Lubboci-:. Tex. T>ie bride eiect is a nur^- at Me.T.r,r;a: Hospital in Go\Ls. A;, friends and relatives art !^ / : | ' !'; f 'se<i No *r. r-.r ai"ai1err.,c 5 invited to a "tend the 2 p.m. cererr.orn. ine and per?:na':tv ,\" S igma Chapter No Joint Installation And Banquet Sigma Chapter No. M56 held arship to the winner al the an- Cindy Thomas, daughter <rf Mf. ttfcif 3tth Founders Day Ban- nual Awards Assembly this and Mr*. H. E, Thofna*. 121 6. qtiet. April 29Ut at the Holiday month, and the winner will b« 2 \ s \ Cindy plant to attend East- laa. given a personal shower by the .,,,,. ,. Niaeteen of the twenty . two Banter ern New Me * lco LmversU y' «n<* members were there Sprine was honored with yel- The winner_ thjs^ycaf 'J*JM low roses and daisie? making a """"'' ' "' T ir "" T " l " -< * 11 " (See SIGMA Page II) £• E - € wayr and rr.par- TRADER'S CARPET HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOVIS SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Broadloom Carpet »•••! tf $199 I Sq. Yd 109-111 MAIN '>'• .'.er. ro;r.rj- r if< t:rr.e Ma;?; r.:r: w/r; Pr:de of M"0" :r. a cave, kpenin^ t!h<? .-.'ir>e iron; being caugh', Fihal- ;•• Mark's father consented for n:rn to r.a-. -- tr-v :.; : ->- Aiter a time P.-uif- r,' the Mo'T had a f^-j-.i;.;;.. 1 ioa. -A:t;.-n Mark narr.'-'i QupstioE Mark A:t*-r Jr.- cf.;r yr-A -,-, MUr-; tra;r;t-'i h:r;. to race anJ l>. .-. r!::;' '; rnonev fro;n his r;ic.i:: .:. Mdik us'ed his money to mia-.'/ .'::» larnir. mrire c.-omiortahi", '..'ar-vcr Library win hav<f a >'•"'. Hour agdir !M> \ ( >ar, !:' yij want your child to att*|n': :-i"j-- -.•;•. :::ni up sor ;'. b-/ -.,,• :;r -t o: June. I USE ORTHO FOR A I1 BEAUTIFUL LAWN AND GARDEN QUEEN SIZE SPRAY-ETTE G-Gallon Capacity a 1 .;' irr.-:ticai!y rr:x .-;.r^v rr.,-.'.er^'. ?.'.<'. tREENOL U QUID IRON $9.95 NEW ORTHO GREENOL— A Liquid Iron Quart $1.59 IMPROVED WEED-B-GON A harrir.p v. *-<KJ k'. 1-vl all"'%£-•' ORTHO WEED-B-GON BAR ,'-.', ".-a-;, -tiHJ»f v.i/fd (.IT. . .. V. ,;.«. r.j: : ; ;i . •..>- : k..,.- • ' Pint $1.69 ISOTOX Garden Spray A rr.j.-.-f, j-; , , M.98 ORTHO Uwn Sprayer '' § liitdwU Program To Present Ensemble A F:;..rv.-- and Organ En?---m- ble. wr.;.-..-. ;; tr;e joint effort of live (.'.-')•. •• rr-.i.js:.- teachers will oe p 1 varied for the pubhc"? en- jovr:.- :.• Mor-:..-. at the Mar:-!-.;,: A.L".rp.rr. Tr,e 7,;"50 p.m program will :"j' .r- a!i ?%:•*•« of tn^rr.h'.e :'r'---»T:'at!on- r^nr.".; fr-'m s;x ;.-;.-.n- and»- '-'-ij:;- •... d ;••'i f!i!>ed by three g. r ';::r.- s;- rsMjItanf'fii^'y M;.>ic .indents of E d i t h N' -•'-;- Ha.-.-..ri Phillips. K a t r i»v-- Maxine Jonnst-jn and Wi;v : - Jone> w:l! take par' ir. '"..- I- •:•- Annual En;emb!e und« - '.;- 'L.-ei-tion of Harold V'nil- >• v - •' •" - ? 1 :f-"'! as ' Dom-no -''•< '- avj "Ixr.e Make? tne '•'•••-.•: ''<•• H'i ;n-1 " will show the a:.- :•/ •/ r^ilr^ of th^ 1^5 srjj- •;•••.'- •,-...'. will b<«> performir?. .:. a joirit p:ano and organ ar- I'ar.i'v"- 1 .!.-.".' •.',;':: tr.f lat'er » (•lec- tio r featuring audience parties- i a ' j • - r Bdc:.. Ch'.r.r,. Mas = c.r.ct and u,': r'- .. :: -..- ,..f r:.- ,.:j.. ana Merni: w-.;; hv pla>ed in me Mercer. ! : 'rvvf-rt, snd K<"nia and M^rr;:: wi!! he played in the contempts a r. vein Duplicate Announces Winners !•-<•, I) U p;:-r,'f R-;d2e '.'I...-) ;^.ive-i a ri.n^ ub'e Mitch".i M-I-. •-,'!. -r". a' ^' .h.rr.i-5 I J a..n Ha:i Tri^rsd,,. r, S.-: .*::^ were firs'- M: s a .- ;i Handel! and Fred S:u;:;: secor/j Mr arid .'.!is. LU CoILn?- t'.;rd. Mrs. :i.;rry Kitton and .'.!;- David \.rvell. ha>t-\Vf"-t f!--i'j wi/iners were first Mr; Mar'e Dabbs and fjf-orje B<v:t seojol Mrs Lude:; F.-anse ami M.^ Maxine rsii-t.jr. third Wam-n Wilson and Milton Waste. Clovis Women's O 1 .- .-Loate Club p laved a six and or.t half table ilw*e!! Movtmer.t V. ,-dnesday. at tne Vo-fh Recreation BuUd- 1 .:.-.\ j».a».t wa« Mrs G a y Su.' •!;••!- an'j .Mrs {•:*••;> \u- Ire-. second p!** e Mrs Rutn iiunilev and Mrs ("iee ("oliim and tri.rd place Mr, Aha Bost and Mrs. I.udei! Frar^e. MARSHA (ConliDued From Pagt IS) i^ifj \ou on . axid "1 Hehtve is i.'-.r ' :i'.rse;. song Her colors Jiw aud silver and toe rv<»e is her flower as hostesses during •n-^on Wi!; i>e Mr; r ( > W R Rei.Tw- Kevm ii extecds a <o.'aiai m- 10 all t,«r fi;t/,d. and of Ra::,U-A !'j atttno tnf '.'>r; i^-vn.'ir.iei and trie romantic date-timers in a prom *n" party II KM III and Graduation Time Too Designed for the belle of fhe ball. . . our collection of frothy, sweeping gowns and flattering sheaths in fashion-lengths. Heavenly colors! 22 98 34 98

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