Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 11, 1965 · Page 3
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May 11, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 3

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,, TOM., May 11, ions, "Springtime At Your Produce Is Plentiful Piggly Wiggly Store" POTATOES California Fresh, Thin Skin Pound Kentucky Wonder California Fresh Pound HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS TOOTHPASTE SHAMPOO Crest, (jc off Label, K««g. 89o, Retail -- Family Si/(- VO-5 Krgiilnr or Dry, Kc«. 9Sc KHail (Ji;i lit Size Hot tie To 50% Gn Fairlane Dinnerware Completer Pieces •IIIMIIMMiilllililllllWillllHM^BHBMBBaBB^ FREE Clip This Coupon 150 S&H Green Stamps With Purchase of $5.00 Or More Excluding Cigs. at Piggly Wiggly Coupon Expires 5-13-65. Santo Rosa 46 Oz. Can mm Kraft's Salad Dressing Quart Jar Good Hope TaH $ Cans FRESH FROZEN FOODS ORANGE JUICE 3 $ for DOUGH ANCH OVEN 2, \ an Canip N.». ''. Can Trceswect 12 Oz. Con C'olorcd 1 Lb. rkg Piggly Wiggly Meats Are the Fmest Money Can Buy! M:i\ I! I .'. 1 PEARS 29c BLEACH 29c SUNLITEFLOUR 10 67c BEANS 2 o29c WAXPAPER I9c DETERGENT : D 53 C ROUND STEAK Swiff's Premium, Aged, Heavy Beef, Valu- Trimmed 79 ARM ROAST V, 59c SLICED BACON' ! 59t PORK CHOPS '»i;'; ; >;::; ll 69c Pound LONGHORN CHEESE Mild •* e«g 80z.Pkgs. ^ for I LUNCH MEAT BEEF STEAKS 4' SI 69c 79c ^^^^^ Tyi.-» ^_ ^^ •• - "•••••. . -•••» f Out Your Broadview MRS. C. L. MUf CHIN Mr. and Mrs. Taylon Potts and daughter of Lovington were lome of his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Potts and Betty. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ridley and daughters drove to Clovis, Friday, to visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Loss Trapp and with other relatives who had arrived from California. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Trapp, who are school teachers on Easter vacation, and his sister Mrs. Dave Stanlon, the former Helen Trapp, arrived Wednesday and visited through Friday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loss Trapp. Billy Bob Mitchell of Clovis spent his Easter vacation on the farm of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard George and Helen. M i tchell Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Reed received word recently of the death of Mrs. Reed's uncle, Hez McCaskill, 93, of Amarillo, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hammock and sons, David, Timmy and Bobby, attended a practice calf roping held in Clovis, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard F in ciovis. Miss Linda Fortenberry, flvt* year-old daughter of Mf. afid Mrs. Richard Foftefibeffy) was bitten four or five times on tn* back of her foot by a stray cat, Friday afternoon. Lir.da was taken to Hereford to their family doctor where she received medical attention and the cat was caught and is under observation at the Fortenberry farm. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Osbom and Mrs. C. L. Hutchins *ere shopping in Amarillo and Hereford, Thursday. Mrs. Pete Mote was a guest Friday in the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rector, in Clovis. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taylor returned home Sunday after spending the past week visiting with friends and relatives in Oklahoma. The Taylors first visited his sister, Mrs. Myrtle Tuggle at Mountain View, Okla., She is a former Hollene resident. Mrs. Tuggle accompanied her brother and wife to visit other relatives which included her daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. , . £**[ - of A Methodist Church in Ada, eats aad ifner a« la Mf, and Mrs, ftotf Uftft were called to "" "" lln "*• a new yard fence around their farm home this week. Several farmers sold cattle this week at Ranchers and Farmers Auction in Clovis. They included D. E. Seals, five black steers; Edgar Campbell, Hereford steers, Delfido Trujillo, Hereford steers and heifers and Mr. and Mrs. James Fryar entertained Sunday with a birthday dinner honoring their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Duke an children, Janie and Ray James, of Clovis. Oscar Fryar visited with his early Friday to tie with ifttir son and wife and Susan, at was scheduled for head Friday. Weldon Cain Injured his right hand, Monday, while working dn a plow on the Thurman Chandtor farm. Mr. Paul Mote spent itvsrtt days last week In Amarillo V iting his daughter and famliyr Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Burton aftd children, Judy, Kenneth and Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Morriaoa of Walcott were Monday night guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Osborn. Refreshments of assorted cookies and coffee were served while visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reed and daughters, Anita and &• becca, of Amarillo arrived Sa> urday afternoon to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Reed. Sunday guests in the Reed home incluji- ed her brother, Alex Massey, and 4 his daughter, Mrs. Garland" Hughes, of Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. Clyde Moreland Frank Foster of Clovis were Monday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Foster. Mrs. Jimmie Trower and twjn daughters Machelle and Lanel- cousin's husband Jim Strouse.jle, of Carlsbad, arrived in Clb- of Amarillo who underwent ma- i vis by train Friday afternoon OF Amarillo who underwent ma-j and were met by her parents? C L Hutchins eisht red Dur ut< Amanll ° wno u™erwent ma- and were met by her par hani steers jor surgery 5n an Amari . 1!o hos-JMr. and Mrs. Buster Seals, ham steers. A-2C and Mrs. Edward W. Lake and son of Clovis, were Sunday guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rierson and son, Jessie. Mr. and Mrs. Nelse Pearce and their daughter and family, pital, Friday. His condition was her two children, Larry' and reported as satisfactory. Shawnee Trower, who had been Members of the Rosedale visiting in the Seals' home for First Baptist Church held a j the past two weeks. Mrs. Trow- work day, Thursday at thejer and children returned Carls- church. Rev. Jessie Ramsey haslbad Sunday afternoon with her recently refinished all the floors 'children. B. Burton \ir ™H n/i- ~ n * i, . "J and painted the auditorium. Dur-i % n^ H w i ! °V n ,, d in ? the day the men installed! -^ a «d Mrs. E. s, Da\id and \\esley, attend- |a ncw hot water heater for the| of San Jon were Monday dinner | L n U a Ah C r arC M fam i ylgCt 'e 0ge ! her |baptistry and the ladies made £ uest * and spent the day in the in Abernathy Tex Sunday. b , ue velvet drapes for the i home of their daughter and (The group met m the home of' b tistry F f family, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart guests included Mr .j £ covered dish ]unche was !Mote and son, Doug. ( Max Fitzgerald of Co-l d h nOQn hour Mem _, ivis. former Be Iview residents, be kiine Tnursdav included ,uh» was enroute to Knox City, Mr and Mrs Louis - Sorensen , ;' v lex, to visit ins parents Alsci ^ Mrs Wj , bur Rogers J d , present was another brother of , M Henry stoval , ^ ™* • Mr -eai-ces.Mr.andMrs Cm- R and Mrs Jessie Ramsev , ; noon ton Pearce of Lubbock, who has Wavne Tate Jordan Miller E1 .' Mr . and Mrs . R j Trainnam ivisited in this community sev- d d Br Mrs Johnnie Fos . made a business trip to Vega. I Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Foster M pau] Harrison Mrs Tex., Tuesday. .made a business trip to Am- :R;n , p t and MfS N A Bmvn anllo, Wednesday. ; ^ charlie Reed guest of Mrs. rrv T»VI« i« itted durinJ th f a ft!r" knitte ^ du ™g the after- Ronald Ramsev of Bledsoe. to Amarillo earlv Wednesday * * * Portair lotto - „ . , . . . .. 10 Aiiiaiuiu eaiiv ncuiiesua^ Tex., spent the week-end visit- morni to bp with her mother ins with his parents, the Re\. Man , Masspv who was m and Mrs. Jessie Ramsey and Mrs Ma ' sey was suffering a Ketionna and uiar- , ung infeclion however she was MRS. MURIEL GRUBAUGH A . ,, , c , , , , ., not hospitali/ed. Mr. Reed and Maj. and Mrs. Allen Bridges Mrs Carol Stephens and chil- h . s brothpr . in . law Alcx Massey visited his mother. Mrs. Cleo dn-n. Kusty. Sliawn and Sharon salurdav in Amarillo Bridges, over the weekend. ot 15,-_ Springs, lex are visit-^ hjs w - (e an(} mothor Mrs Other vishors ^ Clefl , s home in* this week in the home of Hm , returnod home Sunday a f-;Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed- : r I >a " >n !f' ^ Ir - and Mrs " '• l : ternoon. iwin Goolsby of Lubbock, also .snaw ot v'lad^ . • Mr . a nd Mrs. C. L. Bowe Jr.. Mr. Perry Bridges of Lubbock Otis Little of Clovis, a pioneer av tQ transact busi who was in route ^buquer- ni tne Hollene community re- ^ - n A]bu erque l que Mr and Mrs Rex MCar . mams as a medical patient in. Mf and Mrs Glpn Pu]liam • r and children Qf tiie elovis Memorial Hospital. were Sundav ni ht guests in the do and Mr and M His condition shows some im- hf)me of her par<?nts Mr and moine - s mothei% Mrg Inez provement. , Ml yv w . Lacewell in Bovina. penter. Mr and Mrs Pom llitt of Ros- ' ^ Rpv and Mr§ Jan Dar]a Mr ^ Mn s fi Reja anQ ..\ l!> '"^iand children. Janice and Gar- son Dennis of Las CrucesB and IV r nett were in Floyd, Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Richard- visitinii with friends. son and son Arno of Artesia, Jimmy Trower of Carlsbad spent the weekend in the home and two children. Larry and ot Mrs. Kdna Kempf, mother of ,well spent tin iher dauehter and family. Mr. .'and Mr< Kii-liaril Fortenberry land chihlren Si.nday altenioon quests iiK'Iiuled Mr. and Mrs. .lake l-'ortenhi-rry and daughter. s , rnvnt , t I'oi-alie and Patty, of Adrian. Mr. and Mrs I! ill Puivel! made a lniMiicsS trip to Purtales 1 l-'i ida\ ; Mr and Mrs p,<>h Fro--; of Kn- 'dee were Thursday aiternoon ; quests of Mr. and Mrs H J Trainhant The two families vis- it'd and refres!iinent« of cookies and coffee were served. Mrs. ,],> inn;,. Foster and her si«ter. Mrs Ralph Lofton, visited three pioneer men of this area '.\Mn are medvai patients in the |M, U i- Me!!V'!-|.l! 11 <i s |P 1 ! ,| i \\ ed'iesd.;-. .till-: n.H'ii Tlie ladif- \ ;-:!e,i u llh .1 in Madole. Otl- I ."le alii Mrs - Laver1a Km 8 recently l*™* ^ m_ Amarillo, at the H ' (lsid \ of llt ' r sister-m-law, Mrs. nk King, who was seriously and h oi M M.'tfalf Smith o! rio\i- resident week of the r Mrs C,e<-',ie Ba\ou Ark a !en-jt!i\ ill- arrived Saturday to Mrs. Richardson. -pend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Muster Seals Larry and Shnw- nee .staved with their »rand|)ar- ents. while their father drove to Pot-tales and helped his mother. ''' Mrs Minin' Trower. and daugh- ' ter. Pain, move to a new address Mr and Mrs <Iames ,B u ddyi in 1'ortales Mr and Mrs. Mi- King and children of Albuquer- i'hael Trower moved recently qlle S[)enl £ aster weekend visit- from Pnrta'.es to rio V i<-» i ns M r . anc j Mrs. Harvey King, The Rev and Mrs Jan Dar- Danny and David, and" w i t h land and children and Mr and M rs . Laverta King. Other Sun- Mrs Ciihbs Rucker attended the day visitors in the Harvey annual meeting of Women's So- King home were Mr. and Mrs. :,.!\ oi Chr.sMaM Service held ,] (K . ,\ King and children. ,,i !;,,> s 1 , Johns Metii.»di>' \'h Kiuei uue Moriila> in \\MI DI- M;s Snn'n was unalile to , r)r(>I1 j ser\ i !d ill Vka:i Mrs Main.' Mih-iicli ot Clovis 11 '':'• ''mine o! .•i-.shand. M i;..ir!iett and ! I and Mrs l< a !p: son. J H T!ie Bur- ,ne'ts moved recent!\ into then :new three bedroom farm iiome Mr and Mrs lle'man R:erson received \\uid their »ran(!chil tie;:. Sleien Je!!er\ and IK- Mr and Mrs. Jack WhiU'ieid in Mbiiquerqiie. Mr and enierlamed several relatives m Kucke; also visited w;tn '"etr home on Poster Sunday l.lovd Himhes. a I'"' dinner and an egg hunt for It- Methodist pas- 1!^ children. Among the guests present were his parents, Mr Darland anii ^ lrv Newt Whitlield. and ci! her lll>1 parents Mr. and Mrs Charlie Mr and Mrs Ruher' Fields. Michaele Ann and Robi he.- s.sier and hu<- orl ' Mls Uerlaha Fields, Mr. Mrs T J Mo-' ; a "J M'' s K!>ton Cii'ubaugh, Jo!. ;iard Mr and ' tMle an 'i Kent. Mrs. K. M. •e niovin" '-i <'< ' Gnibaunli. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon l)unn. Jerrv, Ik-nnis and Judy, i.air\ Don ilutley, Mr. and Mrs. and • and Mrs rme! Ro>e< '- and w'iV Tiie Re\ and M r c!i;ldre:] uere L'uests .,, ' 'e.i Wednesi Dar'.ind J!?< Mbiiqueniue •: e honored w it h i\ al'tornoon. Mi's - - i-hildren remained Hlll 'f Whitfield. Debbie the social Su ' ve Janice Whitfield, Tracy -r \'b,i<iuer(iue tor the social »» l ve Janice wmuieia. 'ITacy ,Aen' Her sister. Mrs Modica |K''f- Mr and Mrs. Roy Belts. -,r.,J M,I, returned home with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brown, and M', Inland ami <|vn1 the re- KUora Balagamore. .i:ndel o! tiie Week ill the Dar .•iiina (.'am ot C!o\ i,, are conf'i» * ] ail ,j ),ome Dn Saturday eve- t" their home with the measles ..ins the Rev. Darland was host PRICES RISK They are the children of Mr. and for a hitfhday dinner honoring Mrs Don Cam. Mr M .11 M' i. sis in t'sc ! ' and JMsbai • liiiirc Kostei (1,l\ IHJIll \V ' I I ! I h"l|l : -i- " 1 p ..11,1 \\' :> Sl.-w 'I :;e-,tl,n "•••me u| d M! ;, The\ s; Ih Ml ;, II. wile. Alice, and her sister a. and son in CUni.s ..ill 1 .nil un d JU.Me; .,ml M; I- i . i: j> I ••!• . !,•. h.i , Ijt-vii li«- |,itah/,-d i In 1 , i-. Mciii"! i.'i! I )<r.|»ll;jl l.il.en In an \!luiijiU'i qiie ,.•! W'-.llies<l,i\ The \<,\ -iiiyll sun \laliae! Jon, is ! L' wiiii his H rand pa rent.- ini Mis I'losd 1.niton and M- .111.1 Mis V\ ( vi,(> Chct- LAS CRUCES (LfPD— Tb« index of prices received by New Mexico Farmers for tfwir product, lOitf 4 ]*T i'*-ui during tli« luuiiiii ilul wiiltii AprU IS, tic ((•dim;', to tht- N«.-w < iojt and ej's received lughtr pnceh dui - ing tlw month for turn, oats cotton, Uogs cattk c^lvts,' and eggs But prior* far wheat, barU-y hav milk *fl4 '

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