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20, CLOVIS Tnp«.,Mftyll,lM8 DEAR ABBY Stealing Is Stealing DEAR ABBY: 1 am just an*very close and I've always told'taklng a bath or painting herilifc." Wheatland Pioneer Celebrates Birthday average housewife. My husband Works steady and we get along about ai,,Well as any other married ; eot$le. We have a fight about once a week. I run my house, raise my children and do not have an outside job, so I have to depend on my husband for every dollar I get. He is the stingiest man in creation. He thinks all the kids and I need are clothes on our backs, shoes on our feet and food on the table. He never gives me an extra penny. He IS my husband and he IS supposed to support me. Right? So where am I supposed to get money if not from him? Now for my problem: For years I have been taking loose change or a dollar or two out of his pants pocket while he's sleeping. I think I am entitled to it, so would you consider this "stealing"? FEELING GUILTY DEAR FEELING: Whether you are "entitled" to it or not, taking something without the owner's permission is "stealing" Every wife should get an allowance, no matter how small. But you have no more right to pick your husband's pockets than he has to pick your purse. DEAR ABBY: Everyone has her everything. 1 am 18 and a face on. Every time I sit down freshman in college, but you'd I sit on rollers or curlers. And think I was four years old the way my mother treats me. I know she means well, but I wish she would quit trying to "help" me with my love life. I had a little misunderstanding w i t h a young man who was getting interested in me and my mother called him up and tried to "straighten it out." I was so embarrassed I nearly died. He never called me after that and I don't blame him. Another time my mother called a young man's mother and told her that if her son would ask me to the Charity Ball she was sure I'd accept. Naturally, he never called. I know Mom loves me but she's doing more harm, than good. What does a girl do with a mother like that? MOTHER TROUBLE DEAR TROUBLE. Tell your mother more c m p hatlcally I can choke from the hair spray. How does a father manage to live through something like this? And if a father is lucky enough to get his daughter married off, I hear the girl's father has to put on the wedding. Aren't there any advantages to having girls? FATHER OF GIRLS DEAR FATHER: Yes. Someone once said, "A son is a son till he takes a wife. . , but a daughter's a daughter all her CONFIDENTIAL TO "LITTILE NELL'; "Morality Is moral only when It Is voluntary." For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. Troubled? Write to ABBY, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self • addressed n- velope. Junior Senior Banquet Fetes Elida Students ELIDA (Special) — The Junior-Senior Banquet was held Friday night at the Grade School Gymnasium. The theme for the banquet was "Mardia Gras." The hall was decorated with multi-colored balloons and paper streamers please t o resist trying t o live and luminaries were placed your life. And if that doesn't work, tell her less. DEAR ABBYs I have a wife across the stage and throughout the auditorium. Dennis Lieb," president of the senior class, acted as master of J . t . ... „ ceremonies. Larry Runyan gave and four daughters and with aU| the invoca tion. The welcome the yelling, squealing and argu- heard of problem children, but you don't hear much about problem mothers. Well, I have one. Mora and I have always been ing, the place is like a madhouse. I can't get into the bathroom because one of them is always in there doing her hair, Elida Woman's Club Attends Special Service ELIDA (Special) ~ The Elida Woman's Club met Thursday at the Club building. The meeting : opened with the salute to the | flag. L : A brief Memorial Service was f held in memory of a club mem- f ber, Mrs. Grace Cannon, with \ Mrs. Florence Tillinghast giving I a reading, "The Rose Beyond ! the Wall." Mrs. Elizabeth Cryer sang a song, "Where Roses Nev- er Fade." Mrs. Frank Byrd, presided over the business meeting with secretary report given by Nicholas Gontales. A list of officers were given the nominating committee. They were: Mrs. Elizabeth Cryer Mrs. Berlin Barnard, Mrs. Joe Louis Powell, Nicholas Gonzales Mrs. Jim Love and Mrs. Frank Byrd. Program for the afternoon was presented by Mrs. H. C McCowen, Elida City Librarian who showed films on libraries as how they are available to the public, and rendering a frei service. They also showed th< work it takes to keep the book filed and indexed correctly. Mrs McCowen showed films on th Inter - Tribunal Indian Festival which Is held In Gallup ead year. Rrefreshments of iced tea anc a fruit salad plate was served Calendar MONDAY 3 p.m. PTA Installation a >andia School, of new officers or 1965-66 school year. 7:30 p.m. Keystone No. 27 j OES will meet for regular meeting at Masonic. Hall. Honoring chapter mother. peech was given by Tommy nyder. Ann Self, gave the re- ponse, with Mrs. Lewis Cooper, iving the parent's response. vliss Kathleen Kiker sang a solo, 'Que Sera Sera", accompanied y Ann Self. The Class Prophecy and Class were given by Vickie Gilmore and Daryl Rice. The girls who did the serving or the evening gave four short comedy skits. They were Kathy Rogers, Kathy West, Eileen lannon, Carolyn Good, P a t Moorehead, Nancy Self and Jackie Cooper. The menu for the banquet ln- fluded baked ham, and sweet potatoes. The meal was prepared by Mrs. Gower and Mrs. Walter Craig, grade school cafe- ;eria cooks. At the close of tne evening, :he benediction was given by Mr. Albert Chandler. After the banquet an autograph session was held. WHEATLAND (Special) Mrs. Cora Coffman, a long time resident of the Wheatland community celebrated her ninety- second birthday, recently. A group of her friends and relatives met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sanderson and sons, Leon and Larry near i Broadview. The group was served a birthday dinner and the birthday cake made by Leon Sanderson, a great-grandson of the honoree Leon's grandmother, Mrs. W L. Sanderson made the white crocheted cloth. The table was laid with silver and china and centered with the fresh cocoanut cake iced with white and decorated with blue candles. After the candles were blown out, the group sang happy birthday, "Mother, Grandmother and friend" to the bonoree, and wished for her many more years of happiness. Mr. and Mrs. George Leroy Coffman homesteaded near San Jon, New Mexico In the year 1905, with the family moving to their home in March of 1906, The Coffman family moved to their farm near Wheatland, where Mrs. Coffman now is re ron; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coff- Miss G man and son, Russell, of Clovis. Clovis. Only one son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Coffman of Nampa, Ida., were unable to attend the birthday celebration. Others present included Mrs. Coffman's eleven grandchildren and her eleven great - grandchildren. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Le- j roy Bailey and children Lu- j gene, Annette and Stevie of ••. Broadview; Mr. and Mrs. Lee' Coffman of Albuquerque; David j Bailey of Clovis and his friend j 6 POUND MINIMUM '1.50 COIN OPERATED DRY CLEANING POUND Miss Gennie Gwaltnoy also from Gibbs of San Jon; and Billy Don Stewart, a nephew of Mrs. Ar- Also'present were: Robertthur Coffman, from Albuquer- Folgeman of Grady and J. II. que. siding. Mr. Coffman died In 1929 and Mrs. Coffman showed her pio neer spirit by living by herself and doing most of her work around the house. Mrs. Coffman is the mother of four boys and one girl, all living Children and their families I present to help celebrate her | birthday were: her daughter and I family,"Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bai-j ley of Broadview. Sons present •, were: Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Coff-: man and Barbara and I^eroy ofi Dove Creek. Colorado: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coffman of Came- 1500 Thornton Ploase Bring Hangers Ask The Attendant for Information •1 L> tu „__, CONVENIENT TERMS Z ALE'S ESWEE: L-IH: r=? s Noon: TUESDAY Clovis Women's Club. Luncheon and Installation of officers. 7:30 p.m. Billie Joan Aucutt School of Dance. Cannon Recital Chaparral Club, Cannon AFB. 7:30 p.m. Westminster Guild of the First Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs. C. R o y j Smith, 500 Wallace. THURSDAY 7:30 p.m. Curry County Federation of Republican Women. Will meet in the Reddy Room of Southwestern Public Service. Program will be by a Cannon AFB officer, on Viet Nam. FRIDAY 8 p.m. Senior Citizen's Public Dance. Youth Recreation Build- i ing, Hillcrest Pack. $2 per couple. Funds to go to the Clovis by the hostesses, Mrs. A. L. French and Mrs. Harding Bur-! Semor £l t ,L 7IeIn ' s ^ nter - r j s i SATURDAY ' 9 a.m. — Children's One way to preserve the ap- a.m. Suit and Bako Sale. Play Hilltop Plaza Cashway Store. Sponsor- 5931-N wind* 1O DlUil.lt. •.'•ii.i '•'!<-• in 4 ulna to: — >i": HI HM:II ll.Vt AV*f. Uf Alllr-MI *• >aw Yuik, VY. tlMi.Ui For j^r »"8-s mailing art.i 1 f- f. - oaf! pearance of a cook book is tojed by Church of Jesus Christ give the cover a coating of shel- of Latter Day Saints Relief So- lac. The coat protects it against ciety. Proceeds to go to the nur- grease and staining. i sery fund. Gateway Garden Club Completes Show Plans The Gateway Garden Club, The Clovis Floral Co. present- met recently with Mrs. Robert ed a program on arrangements.; Merrell with Mrs. Rosa Roberts! The next meeting will be .June as assistant hostess. ! 1 at the Southwest Public Serv- • Coffee was served to 13 menKice Hospitality Room, with the hers in attendance, and M r s. program by Mrs. John Brown i Charles Fischer conducted the showing slides of her recent; i business meeting. ( trip to the Orient. Mrs. Leslie Patterson report-, ed on the cemetery project. j Plans were completed for the 1 Annual Flower Show, to be held Friday, at the Youth Recreation liuildmg. j All members were asked to enter an arrangement. MVOR OF THE > MONTH B & D FRUIT MKT THIS AD GOOD TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ONLY 617 PRINCE, CLOVIS PHONE 762-2311 Potatoes •«• 10179* banana raspberry ripple ice cream STRAWBERRIES 29c Phil fL Pints I TOMATOES Vine Bipe 23c Lb. OB BANANA RASPBERRY RIPPLE A triple ripple treat! So New! 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