Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 19
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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 19

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Alice s Angles By Alice Mavis, Asst. Cwnty Home Agent New Mexico Extension Service HOUSEHOLD HINTS: , emptied, wash them clean, then Use Fringe trim for Novel squeeze tightly and sink them tn- Shower Curtain - If your bath- to a bowlful of soapsuds until room looks a little drab, just a filled. Tuck one such bottle in new type shower curtain w i 11 the car's glove compartment, change its decor in a jiffy. One and place another in the garage, departure from tradition is a'They are unbreakable, won't! sew-H-yourself cuttam tflade of leak, and are useful to wash 1 patterned lerrycloth with cotton hands after play, on picnics or fringe, plus a separate plastic while traveling, liner. This takes only a sewing "Open Window" weather: machine. 6M> yards of terry plus With open window weather! enough fringe to edge the top around, it's refreshing to have 1 and bottom, and one side; and airy summer curtains in the; less than an hour's time. kitchen. Thc high style plastic: Besides being novel and at-'cottage sets are light, bright,! tractive, this curtain is inexpen-; attractive, and represent no hot sive and can be sudscd by ma- weather work because they can! chine just like a bath towel, be wiped clean with a sponge 1 ; If no dryer is available, replace dipped into warm soap or deter-! it on the shower rod to dry — gent suds. It's time and labor inside the tub so drips will go saving to use a damp sudsy down the drain. Stretch the cloth often on the window sills fringed edges and center seam and facings too. This way, the firmly to make the curtain hang curtain hems will stay clean straight when dry. If you ever longer, too ! get tired of the curtain, it can ' be made into towels, after-bath wraparounds, or robes for the children. British Wives Meet For Bingo Forty The British Wives Club of Cannon AFB held their regular meeting and a Bingo party Friday with Mrs. Lesley Washburn and Mrs. Lily King acting hostesses. Mrs. Brenda Jones provided the cake for the raffle, which was won by Mrs. Myra Durham. Bingo winners were Mrs. Margaret Peirman, Mrs. Barbara Brooks and Mrs. Brenda Jones. Guest for the evening was !Mrs. Jean Butler. I The club sent contratulations ttt^rr. e ** i »* *»•» ' l ° T'^ 1 ' and Ml ' S ' J ° lln H °S an JUNE 5 - Mr. and Mrs. Milton nn lhe birth of a baby girl Lisa B. White of Malhcson. Colo, an- ,\ nn born Apri! 20 . Mrs. Hogan nounce the engagement of their, receivoci a gift for the baby a ( daughter, Linda, to Mr. N.ir-: the mee tj n g man Keller, son of Mr and Mrs., Thc club ' exlc nded its best Ldgar Keller of Fairview, Mont wishes to Miss Vora E Hwood on Linda is the granddaughter of h t marriage Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Acuff of Clo- _____!___ vis. She is now teaching in Ros- « •• well, and is a graduate of EN- AJjffUSflfflS MU. A June 5 wedding date has ^" a ***"*" •* bcenset Hear Talk SIGMA To make the rurtain. split the, Continued From Page 18) fabric into two equal U<hs.>™^ m *» '" h r,nJ -Hi,.I, IU__ «„.,_IU_.. 1,._.,il. I I1U Vl.rU .> Mil lei and stitch them together length- ial activities were reviewed with approval. :X wl .VP±hT4.™.nS E ^r,, 1 ' 10<)kin < forwa t cl hem across the top. and" a 2', no * , lo ...^ ™™™ r soclals inch hem at the bottom. There whlch W1 " start in J " ne ' are no rules for the hem depth, so judge them according to the height of the shower rod The The terry panel can hang outside the tub for decorative pur poses, while (he plastic liner stays inside to catch the shower spray. .leanie Matthews lighted three yellow candles signifying "Beta Simna-F'hi." She then led the uirls in a pledge for each one to live by in the coming sorority year. On Radio Melva Denison presented the Founders Day Message Select cotton fringe h e a v y from founder Walter W Ross, enough to go with the texture Mr Rns< presented a look at and weight of the terry, j>m this indi\iduals. and easier way of m place a few inches from the being a "Real Person." upper edt:e of the curtain, the draw side and across the bottom hem Then sew it on. us- in>i a double row of parallel stitches The plastic liner can ho made from an equal yardage of dear pla-'n. with two lengths stitched together Or substitute <i Imhtueiiiht plastic shower curtain There is no net"! to make Rettye F.chnls presented Ca- Uu Ka-tharn and Klaine Morton with a loim stemmed yellow rose for a perfect attendance The high light of the evening wa\ handled bv Horns Ford, who re\ealed the selection of the honor Si^ma's. w!io were Mrs Km von as "Outstanding Cail (iir! •button!,o!.-. .1.:-! c.it< ; i rry tin- and the top wi'h .it !i! o\- Flaino Morton as ; Committee Chair- was \i ji e president and Flame social r '«!. Once lor plastic spr:i> bottles pl.i<!ii- spra;. ImiMes an' FASHIONETTES " <\ yea r;.nr I:-.; 1 .'? handles provided the Imht for :,e i ei erii'iny led b> O'lt^olIlU ireMden* Hel!>e FrhnLv as she ir>'-en'ed he: L;.I\'-! to the now iiesulent. (iail Kmvon. in the ;;-. .!a!i.it;-.'r', of nf(icer< The oth- •! ofit'/er- reicuinc their prop- '•rtjes wi-;e Ca1h\ l-'.a^t!inm, A mar's sk;;! •,.!:.•• ii't..' h> i H .{; t . r \ )( -,. prexiil'-nt, .Janet Mitchell. in !;•;''•:! .shi-'..-. jur t i.(\ sa 1 .-• cue -»'cretar\ , liurnn Riitledue ror- " [' Pi.vt. ( :. o; resjMindim: secretary Flame sa;,-| trie H"Mon. treasurer, and Donna ior.- flatter- Kemer extension officer „• li;_'\\ I|.- The remairnns memb- % rs stood i>'.\if<- \el- in ,i si < mi-< i ircle holding their li.'hted candles Ciai! Kin von plased anotlier is ;i hit with p'-.vio selec'iosi wh.ile the t'roup :ejM-'.s vir.c sain: the international prize win\.--.v Y'-'k !'•;•. ;r.^ off;.-e Ke',:\ nmv; M«V. "Invitation" I.:';f.'C'..i' >V C-i 1: show-, in wtu- F\eryor.e expressed their !;k" b;i's :". "Va'va p«-!a'- or thanks to Hettye F.ciio's. who raf! .1 vraw \S<» jrfip'.i'ar > t:;e has done such a fine job as ha 1 .-, i .>!' ("' f'.n-A!-:-, w'i.i-h ties president for Si4ma during the uri-.ier '.:>• i '.::•: The r,,';.-il br;m >ear Til.- doling ritual concluded th'- e\en:n.: RIRTHDAY GIRL .— Jackie Skipworth daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack Skipworin, 1015 Gid- dmj,'. celebrated her seventh birthday May 2, with a party. Guests were Betty and Jackie Ilitson, Ronny Cook. Gogie (..'aval lc.ro. Ricky Jameson. Danon Smith Kathryn 1'atton, Lesli Kcl- so. C'indy Filed',. Mothers of the children were also guests. Jackie's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C'rulcii Skipworth. Dexter and Ruby Howard. F.lida. • Clovis Altrusans had their regular meeting Monday at the Silver Grill with 15 members present. Allene Webb presided, and the club voted to sell cookbooks. ] ! Thc funds will he used to! send a 1965 graduate through nurses training. Ann McGce was in charge of- the program, and she presented Rob Gold, from a local radio' station, as the guest speaker.! Rob spoke on using radio for, many things, other than for pleasure. I He told of more radios in the 1 U.S. than people, since persons of all ages listen, and that most persons perfer Western or Hill- billv music. Me save a brief history of the radio business in Clovis. There are mure than 15 shapes of pearls, according to, Japanese pearl cultivators. TV>; <hu;ifv include round, half- i ••(•!i-,d. three - quarter round, ov- j a!. ban><|iic. drop, barrel, button. • •". pear, hammer, twin, straw- ''•i"rry. round-a-circlc. wing, leaf and nugget ' NOW AT EALY'S irn' >:>!> o: n-.pt '.<•• '."^iT-.'idi-I ['. i'.'W • ta.'ii a:.il I'-. Tie rn\er-!!ji l t:.e :.,)' we..', - K\citint;ly r.eu! All Nylon - Face Ri-vcrsililo Colonial O\al Braided Rugs! 9x12 Rug Compare at $79.95 Kusy Monthly Payments IX T1IK VIIJ*%GK Cl.OMS Boys' and Girls' Summer Sportswear By Playmore Jam O'Shanter Cinderella CO-ORDINATES & SETS seH Because tlu> face is nylon ... it cleans easy, stays bright' It wvrirs and ucars, looks new for many a day! American - made to last anil last! Tightly-woven, il'iuMe-stitrhed and reversible. f> sunny colors . . di(M>se I noun, moss given, gold, copper or burnt Matchin.: scatter si/es also available: L'v". ft. compare at $.">,i>S . . S'l.OS, ?>\?> It. compare at Ml '^ . . S'.i '.'S. FIxtra - large rugs available by special onlei, also at saving! CEDAR CHESTS THE PERFECT GIFT FOR THE GRADUATE OR THE BRIDE Early American Maple or Modern Walnut •M" or IS" Si/es PLATE GLASS MIRRORS ONE SPECIAL RACK GIRLS' ] DRESSES f ample to Seleftiou Of Spring & Summer MATERNITY WEAR Including 1 & '2 IV, Dresses. Stieuh Pants, liernmtias, Slim Jims, & Afiv^ont's. Priced to PLEASE Your Budget WATERPROOF. TERRT LINED TRAINING PANTS l.AK $100 All Sizes In Venetian or Framed. SPECIAL 8G" x GO" Mute Glass Mirn $ 29.95 _. tt 209-211-213 MAIN u Diamonds GRAND OPENING MONTH BARGAINS CONTINUE It's Spring... time to shower foe girl you love with sparkling diamonds . .. COME IN, LET'S TALK DIAMONDS. Carat EVERY LTD PREMIER DIAMOND SOLD ON A SATISFACTION MONEY BACK GUARANTEE EVERY LTD PREMIER DIAMOND INSURED AGAINST THEFT - LOSS OF DIAMOND FOR 1 YEAR — AT NO COST TO YOU. All Prices Plus Federal Tax 6-DIAMOND BRIDAL SET 14 K Mounting $ 42 BRIDAL SETS BIG SELECTION MATCHING WEDDING 3ANDS 14 K AND DIAMOND CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOMED URGE SELECTION DIAMOND PENDANTS FROM 19"* Diamonds BECK •• • mi^ 9 PHONI 763-9041 "Let's Talk Diamonds" Clo*. H. Mt*.

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