Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 7
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 7

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
Page 7
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Graduation — The Lighter Side — Jack Tours United Nations Anti-Gobbledygook Back Home NHW VOKK 'l-'IMi- Gov.i J:ick M Campbell returned to Now Mexico Wednesday after a 1 four-day visit in New York— which included a tour of the WASHING !<>\ -I I'l - i! ,1 ;-u nt.i'rv -., ti -;tiKpa: < v n: rather I'niU-d Nation* I- ii !OnC t)!llt' i oflK'i,.' hi;! !:;.i!i M"! (:,<• ril'.lchlTie IfilC'ht'S iiH ;' ^ hrrr Somehotiv h.i- hm; !:<>u tn -.uidan^le ;i modifier «''tions todu\ ;r- a <Mifst of Dr.,i ,tr. .!>••; t'»l'!>:«".r. ^'ni.N i.\ amputating and then trans- Ralph Hunchc. rndersccrretary .n'iiinr planting it °' tlu ' *- ^ aiK ' •' former Albu! %av, t;;,', marvi-lmi-. ir.slru- !!«• can. n! roijrM-. ;»<, beyond qiK-rque resident - :•;• wi!! 1 , :ir> vcr\ n^n eye* ''i.i'. i! he t houvc<, jar the ma- The governor and the 50 New Ar! a' !hp I:-,!rr>Ui!e (am- •.:•.;•>«• a."> ;'• f<jiup;nMt to treat Mexici) busine-^men came to '"<•• ( u:niii;--.ii:i', ' '' :IITA !•-•• -;>';' !ni;n:;',\<' •- and a host of Ne\\ York Sunda> to discuss 'An'., ,-!.•'.''. !,.*'.r- ii(v;<>>ril ;' p"-- i. Hi'"'^u.r_y (IHonnilirs N'e'A Mexico 1 -, economic puten- !ia!" with eastern businessmen. FORT SOI NEK GKAWATKS — Seniors at Fort Sum-" ner High School will receive diplomas in commencement, exercises ne\t Thursday night. Graduates are, left to right, front ro\v, Angelina Lovalo, Linda Cozby, Betty Hobbs, Connie Vick, ,Io Ann Casaus. Kugenia Nieio, Mary Esther Sena, Lucille Randall, Aurora Trujillo, Janis Montgomery; second row, Tony Royba], Palsy Rcdyers, Wanda VVylie, Bennie Jeanne Good. Donald Norris, Vivian Sena, Sue Hall, Dennis Dcfoor, Rebecra Cnsaus. Joel Edwards; third row, Glenda Holland, Bobbie Huston, Ruby Sena, Jon Donal Wright. Lowell Howard. Joe Robert Maxey, Darlene Wright, Libbye Sloan, Johnny Holeonib; fourth row, Kathy Sutler, Shr-rry Smith. Klayne Haneork. Jack Willis. Barbara Wonllum.s, ,)ix> Gania. Billy Hobbs, Roy Turner, Russel Cnnvnovcr; 1'ii'th low. Mlcke Yorom, Jim Daniel, Andy Lancaster. Raymond Lope/, Mike Andreas, David Bryan). Llmd Yanghan. and Xoel Martin. Not pictured are Patsy Pn.pps, Kran<vs Roybal. Bill Ben-rage, i Stall Photo) Unit Elects ENMU Staffer PORTALES (Special) - Dr. B. June West, professor in English at Eastern New Mexico University, was elected vice president of the Rocky Mountain American Studies Association during a recent meeting of the group in Boulder, Colo. Dr. West just completed a ;tenn as secretary-treasurer iof the association and has held 'other major offices in recent years. FORT soMNSK (Stuff) The annual Academic Awards Assembly was to be staged at Ft. Sumner High School this afternoon with awards presented to students for acade m i c! achievement. ) Among the awards are t h e ; Student Council Scholars h 1 p, | Fort Sumner Education Asso-i elation Scholarship and the Anna Mae Claunch Memorial ! Scholarship. In addition, several scholarships arc being pro-: vided by other organizations, | colleges and universities. ' Students consistently making achievement In academic' areas throughout the year are! recognized annually and sttu! dents excelling in other areas i also are honored. : In other year-end activities at the high school, an Awards Assembly is scheduled for Tues-! day when the annual F o & Awards will be presented to a senior athlete on the basis of : character, leadership and schol- : arship in the field of athletic participation. Letter awards will be present-1 ed to boys who have participated in football, basketball and track as well as to girls who have participated in basketball. Individual awards will be presented to girls for achievencnt in physical fitness and have made outstanding achievement in this area. Students who qualify will receive letters and service bars for participation in band and chorus at the assembly. S t u- dents who qualify for perfect attendance also will be recognized. Baccalaureate exercises will be conducted at 8 p.m., Monday at the high school auditorium. A total of 49 students are to graduate. Final examinations are slated for Tuesday—Thursday and classes will be dismissed at 2:15 p.m. next Thursday. Graduate exereiter conducted at 8 p m. fRi at the auditoTitlift. """ Report cards will at 2 p.m. May 21. Hounding out the activities will be the annual be presented at 7; 30 21 in (he high school slum by the fort Schools Music Department."; Featured will be juntor-"fM»d senior high school chorale* -to addition to the bends from«4he grade school and juniftr.^and high school levels. „ Douglas Fugua. music ditec- tor, said the program wH|;lb* "on the lighter side witlt mtrsic everyone will enjoy." *• -'•• Missile Site: Offer OK'dQ SANTA FK, N.M. (UPI)—An offer by the federal gov^nrrjpnt of an abandoned Atlas missile site near Roswell, N.jVI.—-com- plete with an empty missile— ilias been accepted by Uaa. State Parks Commission. '-* "*** The commission, mecting-in J Santa F"e Tuesday. de£Rle«»t<v , accept the offer of the irTfssllo : silo which is to be abandofied iancl to turn it into a stSHTltis- itorical park. .••/.. i The silo and missile have 1 an (estimated total value of 420 mll- Ilion. In Fraternity. i Harold Ever, son of M-r s. (Elsie Eyer, 917 Reid, has been I selected for membership in Eta :Kappa Nu, national electrical lengineering honorary fraternity at New Mexico State Uni- versitv. BUYING OR SELLING? USE NEWS JOUK1SAL WANT ADS l-. r;i£in» Results 1>«'!';i-• pldff !«" Ml"..'! '_" (Vst-, t»:ien ix-f'U'p an:l af!»r '' ca^'4 the;r recognition of what i i)'K(i!ut<-~ drarni'ss and hrev- l' )U ' k<> '' :i ."- -mpn.ved 1,1 in eXp.'" ;,01!V-. , H • Uiu'.-.uu^.j .; , <:,-•;.; «'••,••••• ••-• ! ' ''•'''' iru>:-e than ft) pe;-M,n> \,,. w M,.\u-u I>a- actiMtics at '.:<<:•,.>. arv .on,.•:•;-,(•(!. !,./ ;n -'' liiv |( ' ( ' "au- U-i'ti tk'-goh- uir N«/vs ^'ur^ Worlds Fair. v-« <a.r i <lon'i :n:nd a(lni!tt;n« ! -' it ' (J > i: "" k< ' (i hx thl ' maclunc. Tiic\ lunched today with 75 ! v ..: I rrifd a l.'.'h-. ' Alt ' : \ " om<> ratnt-r ••ncoura^ms rop^'sentativcs of eastern firms V:\ttn'> w'i'i !;;<-; «.ppr.f .1- ''•''•'••'•*•. arnl t:a(!' v publication^ and had dinner Tuesday nicht with more '.he tisr^ul pro.c of i!OM"rr:w«;i! ,^, )1 . ,,, ",, OA ^, ( - ",."" ",ii V> ' n ' lfl ^ Indus'! iaii-U> from the ru i.r^MbJy » o; ,UJ h.u, ,.. | ^; !h , ;r " recognition'of what V3 ? f ™ seaboard _ TJiillOP ,„.„(,!„?,., rlparnfl*. a n,l Kr«,-. f '««'»' V - 1 ""' "' " U> N( ' W MpX 'car^ attende<l the New York MI-N-.S! Louis C'ardin.iN pair," Tuesda'. rn;:::' as guests of a v.i-:!si>:.!',.: u! .':njji'- Althi'ii>;:i i|' yohb!ed\'^uokin f ; M< 1 '^ Manager Ca.sey Sleni:'' 1 : »i.-! rrquiii'd tiler*- have been (. anipbel! said the New Mex i. 1 ' !i<ur clrnp'.'i:!.-; ']'/) c-iK'Dur- ici> yriv.ip -A ill at !'ir A!.'»• p.irtu ipa'.io 1 !. the !('(.' hand- luni-i 1 :•.];.•• sunport a' !t 0"> to- r ;.a.:> KM-./AH .1- .i 1 ! a..',•;•:;;•...': ,,-.,. , ,.'!i;a.ale- to t'io>e win* g<i ni.;: ! v.i.< in,tilled ;t! t-:r It'c ..bcut \ )}ri)il ^., ;.„. ( . n!;H . prfx-ess. ."•" '•• Itil'.l- U; i' ti't •' ; (!l[j.i! ! b'ife^u'-'ra'K obsi uraSiitri Picked dood I'lair a.V.; .c»!j!i.t'd.. .;.)'»>.«:• tt-ci: pcoprani U". us hope that wh<«!i "'•'' rcvult-- are hna!i/ed it will a l^irh coti'.niitn .iif.n . tiitt- m •»;< ( .". ;! >cru! e }\.- -.(«•: i ••• :!:.,• •,. •;])• !' \H1- H\ HM'.it 1 - Mustang's design won the Tiffany Styling Award. Mustang's endurance ;\yon its class in the Tour de France rally. Mustang's all-around performance won its class in the Pure Oil Performance Trials. Mustang's value won 4T8.OOO owners in its first year. Mustang's durability just won the world's longest rally-the grueling cross-Canada Shell k 4000" This is an ad for Holly Sugar, With th* coupon on the b*ci of our Holly food just can't «tkk And no-btu-k cooking i . * — <> M>iMvt T^^Ann. mAAnu nrt-A^vtur r^AAn nr» ed the loughesi i> in a 4200-mile. sc\en- iin ciKiurancc ic^-i iluu i.i^ 24 ot 04 Slarlers fail to lin^h 1 lu- winning Musianu outran ^omc of the hi."<i ia!l> tjis and crews in the cross- lun Iri'ni Ntiinii'cal. (,'ucix'i.. ii> Vancou%cr. BC. • Ua> and m.-hi, the Shell "4(HK)" led flora p.ncd h]j;h\va>> ihiituj. 1 )) a route ol hack toads . . . flooded prame naiK . . treachctou»i ice. Through it aii Mtniung bc\peiidnveis.kepij:uin^,keplontimc, and won. • Mustang's win is proof of deep-down qualit> and solid dependability. And Mustangs arc tough and durable whether moditicd for competition ... or straight from the sHowroom. f Add this durability to award-winning styling and it's easy to sec why Mustang is the most popular new car m decades. To top it oft Mustang is an outstanding value. Standard equipment includes a hot 2UU-tu. in. Six. wall-to-wall carpeting, bucket seats, sporty floor shift, lots more. To* a Mllklug Best year yet to go Ford M M M LJSTANG! DSTANG! LISTANG! Sugar bug you win get « 2 qu*rt T**on fiimhind w*uc* pan lor only |1 26 An 8" *auu p«n for only $ 1 50. A»d • 10%" griddle for only *3 00 Whulm*l« pru*» on the biw«rt-*eHiru; in y«»r« TEFLON' u *> *lul „ .- clean up Th*- next tim» you're at the store why don't you pick up « b*f of Holly fi.—«-'' You can't nuw it it's the one with th« holly »pr>j on the tront, and the *w«et d«al on tiw back ,', :.M»A1A1 1 nlFOKD ¥01011 COWAMf*VIL10tt HEW TOW *0»LD'I Ul« r, SEE YOUR GREAT SOUTHWEST FORI DEALER

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