Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 14
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May 13, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 14

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DEAR ABBY: I have a friend who is 26, attractive and ex- remely well-educated. She collided that she's agreed to marry 39-year-old, foreign-born man who wants to stay in this coun- ry longer than he otherwise could, for business reasons. In •eturn for this favor, the man . - _ „ , INSTALLING — New officers for the Clovis Woman's Club were installed Tuesday at a luncheon. Installing officers were left to fight, Mrs. Jack Winton, assistant state junior director; Mrs. Walter Box, second vice president of the third district; Mrs. Wallace G Onvln, president of the local club, an«J Mrs. Tom Grady, first vice president. (Staff Pnoto) MAK AMY You Can Bury The Past * * A AA m m DEAR ABBY: I don't want to go on living, but taking one's life is a sin against God, so what can I do? My husband was very sick and thought he was going to die. He called me to his bedside and said he didn't want to die with anything on his conscience, so he made a full con- las promised to give my friend jfcssion of his sins to me. I told trip to Paris. After this for- him he didn't have to, but he did anyway. He confessed that over three years ago he had been unfaithful to me with my youngest sister, and before that with my dearest friend. There igner finishes his business In his country, they plan to get a quick Mexican divorce. Neither his man nor my girl friend has >ver been married. I have tried o talk her out of it, but she nslsts on going through with t. How can 1 bring her to her sense? Sign me. "MITZI" .... DEAR "MITZI": You probn- )ly can't but try, anyway. This sn't a marriage, it's a business And I'm not so sure it's! E LIDA (Special) - The mar-,were made .™« f . .' " ragc -T° Hr fricnd to ^iage of Charlotte Dale Cooper mother confide in a lawyer. She;and Joe Bob Blackwell was were others, too, but these hurt me the most. Well, he didn't die, and now I cannot look my dear sister in the face. And I don't care to see my best friend again. They know something is wrong but I can't bring myself to tell them. How can I get over this terrible hurt, Abby? HEARTSICK DEAR Heartsick: Don't permit yourself to dwell on these mor bid thoughts, try to think con structlvely and positively, and pray for strength, compassion and the grace to forgive. You Cooper-Blackwell Rites Solemnized Abigail Van Buren can bury the past under Inter- you arc living. You could have ests of the present and hopes for the future — if yon really try. CONFIDENTIAL TO "VVOR- HIED TO DEATH" IN LINCOLN: If you don't want to go to the health service, see n private physician. But DO NOT DELAY, In justice to yourself an Infectious disease. Troubled? Write to ABBY, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply enclose a stamped, self * addressed en- vlope. For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely Wedding," send cents to Abby, Box 69700, and to the people with whom)Los Angeles, Calif. Clovis Club to Celebrate National Nurses Day A presentation of a medical ing, Amarillo, Texas: Refire- book to Clovis High School Li-jment Ranch, Clovis; Dr. Martin brary is the principal event with which the Clovis Future Nurses Club of Clovis Senior Goodwin's X-ray and Radioisotope Lab., during the past year to observe nurses, physicians. might discover (with his help) lie cheapest way to get a trip o Paris is to buy her own ticket. — --- — -— -Robert Bell of Kenna Commun-i friend of the groom solemnized April 24, in Elida . School will mark the third j and other members of the national KNC Day. Friday. [health team at work. by the bride's; The d fl t e has been designated The local club, founded In •«v,, tl . to honor the 4,800 Future Nurse .1958, has been nationally char- Kenneth Shearer of PortaIes,! clubs in high schools across the tercd ns N.M. Club No. 7 since lend Of thp arntim u-ae V,~.t rnimtrv fnr Ihntr narl in of™.- 19fil t)V the Nfltionnl I^ntnin tnr Clovis Woman's Club Holds Installation Baptist Church, with Rev. ity Church reading the double- jring ceremony. man. The , h S ® . . and blue red. streamers, set picture of national Clovis : held their installation of officers at a 1 p.m. luncheon, Tuesday, trend for the jat the Silver Grill. i Mrs. Walter Box of second vice president of district three was the installing officer, fort assisted by Mrs. Lynell Winton, Mrs - Wallace Orwin. club ! assistant state junior director, i President, presented Mrs Phil Table decorations following the ; Crystal with her scrapbook Ter" 1%5 National Federated Wom-! whl ch took second place award I np-ui i-i. i i ., lan's Club theme, "Diamond Ju-! in the district and state comne-L „ «ii •.• '„ • S ,bi!ee in Service of Freedom and^on. ° mpe jj punl.hlng the innocent in or- Growth." and featured the col- The club also received a state •!"," m S " rc ^ P Rui "- v Rfts , ors red. white and blue, club citation to, its participa- 1 V T™?. "' hlm ' Talk to A centerpiece of red and blue I^n in the Community Improve- 1-^ tc . a ™ cr flrst aml R et "er . 'ment Program in Whi,.n ^n «i..u. S1OC °' "• the f- , , , '° sec h, m . think this teacher • llr ed. Don't use my it llf t > TV , ',„„., «„,.., subscnbe was best country for their part in steer- 1!M >' by the National Ix>agrie for jins qualified young people into Nursing, national sponsor of the Cnlltn. nr n 'nursing and other health ca- chlt)s through the Committee on Smith nf ri 0rtalCR and reers and for the service they Careers. Co-sponsors are the - »pftnm ^ e , rcTU8h -iperform for their communities American Hospital Association, groomsmen, while John! The club's overall program'is American Medical Association, designed to enable members to arl(1 American Nurses Associa- explore career opportunities in tion w - th .— "•""- was Riven in mar- nursing and the other health Thr Clovis Future Nurses Club H H u-if'h fur r ' age by hcr fathcr a "d she wore fields Nurses and student nurs- has 26 members this term Club ,nd nanr loahrn ",. al wedding gown of white 6s discuss mirslnc with mem- officer* arr Sandra Folton. HI- nr « rtornrnflrt ?h» PP6r SaUn ' fashion ed with a bcrs and answer questions ana I'..e. Teresa Phillips. Linda 2 rs. decorated the sc-oon n o ,,,, ^ ^^ illustrate \. ar|o||S as . |. a .tcrn«cki. Carleen Berry, Lu- -kirtpccts of health care [.-, c j ,] ella Thomson of Elida 'fitted"waisT""*! I'H • fr ° m the tr| P s to nursing schools, ho^,,. The faculty advisor is Mrc. traditional wedding e l train Thr™h^r \ '" Y^ tals ' and ° lllpr community Winifred J. Robinson, school , d accompanied Miss buttoned to thp'u-aut nM I u hpalth "Ancles expand career nurse Cochrain who sang inri , hn .„„„ , .. . \ m ine ° aclt horizons Thp Co-Sponsors arc the mem- id" "Tpll Me mc long " tte(J sleeves ended Members have visited St An hers of the Curry-Roosevelt thony's Hospital School of Nurs. Mrdica! Auxiliary. DEAR AHHV- r u-mi!/-? i;irr. '"*^ *-\^j w....'..^. j - - - - -- .--.*, uajj- your opinion of'i srhonHp^hnr 1 Mr and Mrs ' Wesle - v Cooper " s and groomsmen, while John who to" t JJ cousln of the bride, SolTr ^ min tefbeca S .^JJ isf ^*°» ° l ^ »* *" ™* *"'• one of the children did some- A"^ cutt of Ruid080 ' thing wrong and she didn't know,...A" which one it was. Several mothers (including myself> had torTiTvry 0 """.i """""-,"';•'• s "Hfer satin, fas sit outside in their cars ami wait w . ! , ^i P ° rSl deco f ated tl l c SCOO P neckline ami ! for their children to come ™ pa f l^(^ *"* a ' S ° "^•?«««• The bell-shaped skirt peds A4,T ^m.rrUfA 1. I '• CU W lln DOWS. i fl»!lt 11 fnr\ In^... _1_ . , - l^.v-»^ My daughter had an appointment with an eye doctor, and Hand In Hand", "Tell Me . and "The Wedding Pray- lo P° lnt5 8l tht wrist. cr _ ^ Girl SCOUt i ment Program jn Whjch al] -ere asked to enrer Underway review of the hi-uKms'—. of the convention were present- MOUfPl* t'd by the delegates !• IWWCr A CVTK WAY ,if hlrtlnit ihg' p\' '' t>mnr.«>rr! ti«su^ - i.-.u .'U;f.;> 1» io am.is:r.i <in I fun IM f-mriwi- Pa.VrTT; X'>. .T'llo-N' has crochet Tf> OltOl.lt. »«.nd "iOc 111 rum* tu: sr«-: BI KXKTT Iliil Avr. of Am.Tlr.ti N«xr Viirk. S.V lc«j-;6 a roll kiln-n *• Special training (or leaders for the 1965 Girl Scout Day Camp activity is being held this week at the Girl Scout Little House at Hillcrest Park. .,..,-,. , More than 15 volunteer workers are contributing their time to be instructed in standards, purposes, and programs to be used for the summers 'ties. June 1-4-18. Piaseki Recital Scheduled Opens Friday S h o w Denise Cooper, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore light blue brocaded taffeta, designed with a fitted sleeveless bodice, with a bell-shaped skirt, hat with white velvet and she carried a single satin rose tied with a turquoise bow Mrs Dick Moore, and Miss LaVerne Cochrain were bridesmaids Their dresses were of solid turquoise taffeta also wore veiled hats, with white accessories. They also carried a single satin rose. Candlelighters were Mrs. Jer The Annual Flower 'sponsored by the Clovis Council ry Smith of Clovis. and Mrs. •of Garden Clubs will be open Ann Ta\lor of Portales Their •to the public from 2 - 5 30 p.m., dresses were of solid turquoise -Friday, at the Youth Recrea- taffeta, with white veiled hats. tional Huildiny, Hilleiest Park. ; Their flowers were white satin Entries in both artistic and wristlets 'horticultural divisions will pro- Harbaui Collux. a cousin of lhe Ninth Annual Spring vuk> interest for viewer. O f the the bride, was flowergirl. She Uance Recital presented by area display \ VO re a dre>s of light blue bra- the Piasecki School of Dancing The educational exhibit uiil raded taffeta, styled the same Mrs David Ferguson and W1 " take place at 7:30 p.m. f,- r j. feature poisonous pianu nnlhe as the attendants. The white Wilt are in charge day. at the Marshal] Junior to • y * c ' w Mexico satin wristlets and corsage activi- Hub FOOD MARKET 1820 WALLACE •BWGEST LITTIE STORE IN HEW MEXICO* CLOSED arNDAVS PIIONK "63-6721 SIRLOIN STEAK FVytor,-, Blue Ter u- f, «rtd !0r for i»ach A'idivts ;iT..1 &tnp. FOR FAST EESL'LTS CHECK ADS DAILY Mrs Peter of the leadership training, enabling more than 100 girls to take part in the camp program . ^ at Running Water Draw, which will include learning soil wild life conservation. High Auditorium The wil the public, free of * wide selection of -e numbers HIGHLAND SHOPPING CENTER r, PAY DAY SALE! 25^0 DISCOUNT On All Purchases MAY 15th Included will be modern productions featuring both solo ,and group choreography. The younuest and ne^e.st dancers will take part in Slavic .Dances and ballet selections to popular American music These dancers include Kri^tl Messer. Maria Autry. Kerry Ula>lock, Rose Sanders. Ann Stymiest. Cynthia Holderman Arny Autry and Connie Junes Solouis in all divisions of dance will be Marianne Jone, Louise Karl and Alice McDonald. Other students participating include. Beth \Nhiiiara. Chris"no Karl. Jo Lynda Ballao/. Cathy Mardis. Dc^na Merrill. Mikki Nefl. .Naiu-iiane Coodwin Krin Yak-,. Kmih McDonald Patricia B I a > lock, Barbara Rurch, Virginia Pntchett and Valerie Pierce Calendar FRIDAY 1:30 p.m. El Primero Club ; will meet with Mrs H. A •Stover. 1U2 Mesa. Program will »>e by the Plovis Cloverettes with a 4-H program. 2 • 5:30 p.m. Annual Flower .Show Clovis Council ol (Jarden Clubs Youth Recreational Huild- ing Hillcrest Park 7:30 pm. N'inth Annual Pia- seki Sprin? Dance Kecital Marshall Auditorium Free Public invited to attend ~ •"•» [• in Latli.-, <\ir..i!, ;j |-, ) 0 Hniiliffiioiid or Itailro.Hl Tr.tin- rti.-r.i loo|- i| u ii r{,.o,,!,, r „„.,.,. in.; ami f/iu'jtaui and rcfrtsti- merit- at 8:% pm Unhands invited to attend 8 p.m. Senior Citizen'* Public Dance. 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