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May 12, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 10

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SANDIA — The Installation of FfA Officers for the 196566 school year at Sandia School was presented by Sgt. Clar- Lackey, first vice president; Mrs. William C Rldenour second vice president; Mrs. James Grltfin secretary Mrs . . es rn secretary rs Mudgett, following the theme of the Oak tree, Tom Bonner, treasurer; Mrs. Stuart Aulrj Dresident and , , which Is the national symbol of the PTA. Installed for the coming year were foreground left to right, Mrs. Hugh , . Sgt. Mudgett, Installing officer and president Bella PTA. (Staff ^hoto) «iu prewaem or jseiia Variety Musical Program Presented In Observance Of National Music Week Parents and friends heard a p.m. and the seniors at 4 p.m. DEAR ABBY It Is Your Weakness DEAR ABBY: My husband nas been a woman-chaser ail the 44 years I have been nvjrrlod i to him. We are now both in our; early ?0's. I never divorced him because we had four lovely chlldren i and, besides. Ican hon- estly say he never mistreated me. He always provided well for the children and me, an;! our only arguments were ov^r his weakness for women. When he was 69 years old he got a young girl In trouble. There was a lot 'Arabians' Entertain Students At Banquet SUDAN, Tex. (Special)—The [school cafetorium, which was Junior-Senior Banquet which is elaborately decorated to carry the highlight in the social events Jout the theme "Arabian Nights." of the Senior High School stu-j Small colorful Arabian tents dents year was held on May 1. were placed at each entrance, The scene was set in the,and on the stage. ————_-__^ T1)p t , afe , oriimii wj(h j(s s{ar dfUQcnT jspangled roiling and walls, was -^ centered with a larger Arabian PrfkCPIlTC loilt which stood in an oasis of • •«.*%»•••* ! pa]m (I . (H>S A ]arRf ()v;)! f)]n(f> DAS»i4j«l ." lass mirror surrounded by sand l\CV>ll%ll |silhoutled the pool of the'oasis. SUDAN, Tex. f.Special i—Miss' Tllp rm ' nu w!l 't'» had boon pro- Judy West, daughter of Mr. and l )are(1 h . v the lunchroom empiov- Mrs. Richard West of Sudan was cos was served by Iwelve soph- presented in a piano recital on ° mor ™< <n»m the "Flying Car- Saturday evening in the First pot Servit 'C-" Baptist Church of Sudan. !. T!ie menu featured the follow- 'of expense connected with that but no publicity, thank heavens. My lawyer says I could get, a divorce and a very substantial settlement, but do you think it's advisable to break up after all these years? We have nine grandchildren who think "Gum- pa" is tops. "GUMPA'S" MATE DKAIl MATH: "Giijtipa" appears to be YOUtl weakness. i My guess is you'd be lost without him, so slick with him. If Father Time doesn't take care of his "weakness" — Mother Nature will. DKAR ABBY: As a man who has to contend with the telephone in his office, I anticipate retreating to my nice quiet home at the end of the day. Bui. alas, this seems to be the prime time for the ladies to call each other to arrange their bridge parties, church socials, car pools, etc. \Vhat do these women do all day that they can't get these things arranged bcforh.-md? i SICK OF PHONES i DHAIl SICK: They're attend- consciously. He'll set a cigarette i down in an ash tray, let it burn and light another one. Both Dad and Mom cough all the time. What can a 17-year-old boy do to get his parents to quit amok- ing? I know nobody can live forever, but why can't people take belter care of their health? CONCERNED SON DKAIl CONCERNED: ObvJ- •oiisly your parents are not strong enough to set a good example for you. So YOU set one for them, and my hat's off to you! DEAR ABBY: I am n 24-year- old divorcee and I've never had any trouble gettng dates. My problem is that every man I date thinks that just because I've been married anything goes. It is very discouraging to have to fight off men all the time. The first thing they suggest is going up to their apartments, or to a motel or something like that. 1 love to dance and I enjoy good clean fun. What happened to all th variety program through t h e medium of many different musical instruments and all types of music, when music students of the Stratton School of Music were featured in recital, Sunday afternoon. The two recitals were held at the Clovis Woman's Club house. The juniors were heard at 2 cu, , ro At the close of the program,'phies were Kathy Black, Donita gold cup trophies were awarded;and Phyllis Fox, and Karen Witto students having secured fouricher. Lennis Dunn, Lynelle and Buddy Foster. and five State Superior Ratings. Students who took part in the bers: Ball-Hal - R. Rogers; So- ' ° f 5 ' ( ', on ' (1 s Surprise, Goat, nata in D Major, J, Hayden- , aml farav a n Treasurers. Two part Invention in A Minor- . F . !ank . rantl) wa:! '"-'stmas'er J. S. Bach; Twinkletoos - M l \ ' Invo( ' a tion was given by r»nni»r tr r,i m ' Minor - Hachmonlnoff; Trail- The program numbers ".VI;men - Schumann; Andalucin . ••'^-B-'-A-.V 1 Arabian Nights in ii 11 A -a* • (Mendelssohn: An American in P onna Gaston; Red Tents in t!i," Holland, Edwin! Parls . c Gershwin: Valse in C Sun ' sot b > *"*»„. Marcs Cant.,: omucma YYUU IUUK pan in me „ , recital were: Shawn Abshere,!£f rDei l'. 1 ' ailcu " u "ana, r,awm p aris . c Gershwin- Valse in (' Minsot b > AHadin. Marcs Can". Scholarship promotion certlfi-j Mildred Beasley, David Beau-!* 1 " 8 ' . na M" 5 ?/' Bob Mil> (Sharp Minor - Chopin- Twelfth Abracadabra by AH p, a ba H,,','. ites were given to those stu-jleau, Kathy Black, Janis, Joeii?' ^""^ Mltcnhel1 : G * ° r K e Street Rag. E. Bowman arrana- C!l Karl W'iamson. ,,, an ,, „... snts who have completed the and Nancy Bradburn, Amyif u y ' 0 , „ t , y and ied by Liberace. lections by Dyannc Currv ji,, . J.'Sheree Rimrif.ll Tnri «,«««„! ~- . 1)V <iad Banter by Windbag tV my paronts They are the most Troubled 1 Write to ABBY, wonderful parents a boy could Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. want, but between the two of For a personal reply, enclos* t tlii-ni (hoy smoke three cartons >l;»mpcd, aclf • addressed ea» of cigarettes a week. My ninth- wlope. IT is \cry nervous and the doc- For Abby's booklet, "How To l"r I'.Id her to cut down. She Have A Lovely Wedding," send promises she would, but MIC :>() tents to Abby, Box 68700, hasn't My father .smokes un- Los Angeles. Calif. cates dents who have completed the and Nancy Bradburn, Amy elementary course in the Oahu Bush, Patrick Byrns, Rex Call, guitar and Accordion courses. ' Janis Clayton, Randy Dayhoff i eimeu* WAYS FIRST QUALITY * ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY " \ \ BEFORE YOU SPEND MORE, COMPARE THE INNOVATING FABRICS, THE BARGAINS-IN-ELEGANCE IN OUR ANNUAL seersucker and skirt sets... Real cool buys! Freshly styled tops and skirts in crisp, c'i'inkly acptate-and- cotton seersucker make light of summer — and cool off budget worries in the bargain! Cardigan or notch collar jackets with or without sleeves ... all with slender skirts. Blue, pink or black, sizes 8 to 18. H Vickie Smart, Pam and Rh^ia M ^,^7^, 7 n \v , Sudderth, Don Sumrali B u r I r^ n -Jter kn ri v S Thompson, Jim Tucker, Barba-.'i aj« '' ra and Peter Wilt, Karen Wit-p Voca , numbors wo , chcr. Claire Woody and Jams' by Mlssc , Debbie Xi ™ ung> iGn.ston. Vicki Mas!e Highlighting the presentations ; thy Mirnard were the guitar and accordion j Following the recital a n-i ensembles and the piano duo. Ition was held in the Fellow'.' Assisting the students with the Hall of the Church wit!: M program were their teachers. !\olan Parrish. Mrs. Billy'( ; h Mr. and Mrs. Stratton, accom-lter, Kathy Hayes, Kathv M panists, and Marilyn Stratton, yard, in charge, usher. '" f >r - Mike Fisher and So- ia Pord: in the Jfar-em-by li;.Queen's Maidenv Sandra I m - hort, Dt-btue Xix, <; ; , ry ( ;,.,,'.. •«(>od and Honnie ll-.i:-. \} tS ^--', iv Gcnia! G<'nic [i \v I -,\- !>. .,, t ; Calendar MANNERS Stand up for another's rights. It's yorth the effort. 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. 7:30 p.m. BPO Does. Regular meeting and initiation. All members urged to attend. FRIDAY 1:30 p.m. El Primero Club will meet with Mrs. H. A. Stover, 132 Mesa. Program will be by the Clovis Cloverettes with a 4-H program. 8 p.m. Senior Citizen's Public Dance, Youth Recreation Building, Hillcrest ParJc. $2 per cou- •• pie. Funds to go to the Clovis HOtlOrC Senior Citizen's Center. ' • ^••wi * SATURDAY 9 a.m. — Children's Play Suit and Bake Sale. Hilltop BROADVIEW Plaza Cashway Store. Sponsor- Mrs J. O. Wood entertained in ed by Church of Jesus Christ their home with an birthd a v of Latter Day Saints Relief So-dinner honoring her hu.sba'nd'j ciety. Proceeds to go to the nur- O. recently. sery fund. Following" the dinner, pictures were taken and tin :>afS" by Oma:- K.'inyam ], Voc.'t! .-elfction 1 - '<» Jur; ••!•• Senior-; \u>:,» by M: v J (U - f . •w:!!i Dyanne Curry, arc ir.ist. Shfidy Club Motto Polbwed i Sl'DAX A rt.ee:;:;;. "JVX !hi,:ne ••: M- K--, jW;th M:>. Wf.,.,-v Celebration Area Man '.Much i if, I— bv Cla i \ T « • , ^ 1 Mr- Y; (I!;;- \;j?jon' ' The \v. >:•;.' hf M.i\t> fur dja Ta>.'f>.- J a W(,...'l w.,, :. 'ah Wi-.-r. \\ Special' By Milnesand Club Group F.I.II) \ 'Spec;.•»]* — Member* if* and bo'iqufts of h'ac blooms. <>' !he Klida Humf-mako: '.i Cluh (;.:''.< f< t v ;f visitors were aprons, •Af-r :-.H-..!, <>f th<> Mii.ifsind ir..nlc by t;-c Mi!nc5anci Club. 1 • ; b T :.ii--:!.iv. \\'i.-i »••.,-% .)-,(•• \5 :s \v ,\. Rush presented '"' .!•• a'.•'),!•>• MI"-'!:'/ .i 1 '.\f :'•',• NJilr.f-sand t".:ib w :th two pot- M ''-san.l ( 'in-,-..;irii'.N H -.....'..r.^ '••.! plain's \\ "'.<•<•> «crt i;sf(j (r>r M-- i'r--.! I\r, >r F.:.-:.. ''•;'. •!• • • |:;/cs. ;,::,! U<-;T n'c f i\od , (.,:«.-' .,•;<! M , (>.,:/,- H.-.v l . M> I!. t :• > Nklx- K! and Mrs. ; - * .!••:•!. <•: ;;•(. Miln.-^r-.! <"...b !»,-.- >.,da r. (, .. ,.,. ' ' Thry approved the visiting I'-..:.-^ 1 ''.<• :r:':stra!;-r <••'. v f ]•'••••'{.''Am Jiitv-ng Lnc clubs, :•.-:•.•".•,'• '..t,:- in the nhnrx' of bon- ;:-CP of friendship and ft-llow- r.i-'s \ j'.priod of PP!'!T!J; •(•• v "..p Thi'?c who attended from .ij'ia..''••! wa« n fefl',i. r (* of \},f (-..la \*rrp Mcidarr.fi \V3\ne .::.•''"'..r,»' pr-'i^rarn Cin'sna-.;!!. Wr*!cy Cooper IVe I'.-'.lv Kik^r. fr-r-m K'.ila <":]b. Di-^r. Hilly K'.Ker Jo« Asch,•.-•,;• ::.< !nv..ra'.nn Tr.o tat-.:«>« harh-T. U'a Sarvi'»'«, J. K. •.w:-' <!(•(-'-ra'.e'l w:*.h F.a^1<-r ',.'• (".«.•,i-r and Fri»d T,t>l"r. A f tar Society Attends Final Season's Meeting ?•• >••'.'! it.s J ; ral meeting <•'. th» I-.«t.-.er 1'ax Schtckcr, <i F.M. "•a ''p. Tfnusdav ev».-:.:r.^ a^ Mr« Frank Murray, chairman S.K'.-d Heart Center. '.f !",.> h^T>;ta!;'y commute*, M.-.s- Mu!i,'!;i-:;'e S r 5 ! c r s rrju'rtc.l on \s.s;'.» made to new I'resdeM, ]>: | !.':(> gru'.jp m ; ar^.'.-^.crs pravcr The member* were reminded N 1 -- K "•'" -i K ; •!•• i- r ' fl * l " e mef!lr '8 of the Archdio- ,.-.'.'.',„, ,' ! r ,' i J )!( lF rarn f<van Cnunisl of Catholic Worn•, "']" ,'.',M <: '' Ci<r<>-''<' '..'?'-•/' T'r f ' r ' Arr ' v ' !n '-'•• h(>!( l in Albu- V.',. s '.'.',',, ']'-,'. '|. ; ^.'j','^"^;',^ '','1 'P l>r que May ?Mh and 26th. -'•in.-'i'a'fjlm. 'San Kiam'is.l',"-- ( ' ;ftl * w<Mf I'^wnted to Mis* whi,-h \vas rr.'.-i-..>d b\ !/;.• t-.kc'- ^''ircufMtc S<-!!er<;. Mrs. (leorge Kr,,;.;'ra!n ar:/) NJrs Franci-s Witulski. for their outstanding V u FASHIONETTES For Graduation -ftitf> -CROS? • I N C C I 8 4 • IN B F A U T I F U L LUifRGUS CUCCME Wofiderfu! (o qiv« . . . e«cil nq to own, al! Croti fen>. «nd Permit or* |f>*< nonicol'y guaran- leed for a !.(tt,m« of Gold Filled Feus $7.5U HeU (15 Chrome — Pea* $4-50 Set» »9 Writing Equipment OFFICE EQUIPMENT 509 MAIN nun- many birt.hd a y .s children am! oree received gifts from l grandchildren. I >;:!;-' ti Guests included a son and ';"-:r-- M family Mr. and Mrs. Horace beim-T se: •. Wood and daughter, Andri, of c-onkies. coff San Jon: Mr. and Mrs. Arvm f i''!"'.\ .,';..' !.•!• \Vo(>d and children, John. Steve •.••:• Hai-icV Micheal and Katherine a n d a C K V daughter and family, M r s. \;n To!!e!t. Charles Wilson and chi'dten Kt-nni' 1 -: \V, Barnev. Mark and Lois Ruth of i • ' !> ' Carrizozo. j s Smith 1 s ()••-. a - V,».-l -i r-fr-. e ar-1 h K S - u h I:..n'f.i- »'••,,-• 'cad"! sh.;> f..r the iociety the ; year. i^'ev,^ M ; ,se, Made Kle- 8 ,,..,.,, ,,,; ':• Kath!»-er, Kioly and Mar••<:<• ^i','.:,; t:u- [t.j, I)M-, " fca'- !- >; ''" i ' < ' S«-i!ers «Tv«»d refresh- tn.-fit (rum clothing ' m.U, ' In '"'' s fr ' l!n a ?ah!e laid wlth a ".•.i- of t;ic m-wcst s!a-. k M-S w!;;!t ' ( -'' : " !'•'' centerpiece !< .I'urcs (iouhlcknit "Itac-fror, 1 , was w - ;:It ' l! "' s surrounding a ;.,'•:'- \\:;a!t'\i>r hap:« -r.e'd "!•> sta ' i:c of !hp B leased Virgin. Kt.uJ.cr--' \V, t .-c ;TI (r. S;,r.. W .-»'! ]$;i!!.)-.-h .-jn-J MIAMI HOLIDAY 3 SUN-FILLED DAYS FOR 2 AT THE SANS SOUCI HOTEL MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Nothing to buy! Com* in «nd pick up your fre. ticket for th« Mi«mi Holiday drawing AND SEE THE ttCW AITHUI FUUIER sar covets FOI i%s . 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