Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on July 11, 1965 · Page 13
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 13

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, July 11, 1965
Page 13
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Townson-Smith Wedding Vows Exchanged In Clovis CLOVIS NISWS-JOirRNAfc, Sunday, July ll, 1&8& Mrs. and Mrs. William P. Smith Wives 1 Club Executive Board Meets The Executive Board of the NCO Wives' Club met at t h e home of Bess Stephens Tuesday evening. Those present were Beatrice Oliver, Rita Reed, Carol Bucklaw, Anne Guthormson. Virginia, Jackson, Kitty Fry burger. Virginia Parristi, Gloria Lopez. Doris Lang, Ina Otis and Bess Stephens. The new wives' club cook books were given out. One will be given with appreciation to each Clovis business which pruchased an advertising spot in the book. Tha president announced that Doris Lang has consented to work as second vice president, due to the coming transfer of Kitty Fryburger later this month. Suggestions for the July social will be further discussed at the business meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the NCO Open Mess, The hostesses for that occasion will be Marcia Miller and Daphne Winkle. Gateway Garden Club Plans Flower School Mrs'. Paul Albright and Mrs. Charles Fischer co-hosted the [Gateway Garden Club for its July meeting with a breakfast Tuesday at the Silver Grill. Present, in addition to 12 members, was one guest, Mrs. W. H. Holtzer of Fort Worth. Tex., guest of Mrs. Robert Mer- Mrs. Fischer, president, presided at the meeting, during which plans were made for a school on flower arranging, to be held in Clovis Oct. 2Q, 21 and 22. The school, sponsored by the five clubs in the Clovis Council of Garden Club, will include other clubs in the district, including Portales-, Fort Simmer, Santa Rosa, Nara Visa, Tucumcari, Forrest and Clayton. Mrs. Fischer said two Instructors would conduct the two-day workshop, and would give a test the third day. This is one of four schools required of all persons wishing to get ratings as judges of flower shows. A member of the Gateway Club, Mrs. L. O. Hudson, is a'l- ,ready qualified as a judge. Mrs. IJ. A. lUirran, also of Ihe Gale|way Club, is* a junior judge. Plans were also discussed for j a rummage sale, to be held Aug. ( 14. to finance the trios of the (instructors at the school. This {sale will be sponsored by the i Clovis 1 Council of Garden Clubs. The next meeting, will be Aug. at the home of Mrs. J. H. I ;\Vestbrook, 2121 Gidcling, when | j Mr. Roombs will present a pro-' gram on flower arrangkements. Red Cross Award Night Scheduled The Immanuel Lutheran Church was the scene recently of the marriage of Jane Ellen Townson and William F. Smith, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Townson, 713 W. 17, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith, Oconto, Wis. The Rev. Henry Schaefer performed the double-ring ceremony after the Rev. Herbert Pei- man of Lariat, Tex., spoke informally to the couple on the real enduring love of Christian men and women. Two large bouquets of yellow and white majestic daisies were placed on the altar flower shelves. Two 15-branch candleabra o either side of the chancel held the tapers which formed the background for the ceremony. A white wrought-iron pre-dieu in front of the altar held yellow and white daisies among the greenery, and was centered on a white crushed velvet cloth. Organ music preceded the ceremony, with Ray Franz of Portales at the organ. Halso accompanied Lloyd Wagner as he sang "My Heart Ever Faithful" and "Prayer Perfect." Bach's "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring" was played as the bridal party entered the church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown fashioned of tulle and embroidered lace over satin with a short train. The bodice was* of lace with a double-pointed waistline. The long sleeves ended in a point over the hand. The neckline was outlined with sequins and pearls. The skirt of the gown featured inserts of embroidered lace forming v's in front and back. The short double-tiered veil of illusion covered a tiny pearl- covered hat. Her bridal bouquet was fasti- ioned of white stephanotis and daisies in cascade style. Mrs. Carolyn Leinberger, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were Miss Francis Robberson and Miss Carolyn Waite. They all wore identical dresses of daffodil yellow chiffon over taffeta, with matching yellow satin slippers'. Their headpieces were circles of net and chiffon with large yellow bows. They carried cascade bouquets of white majestic daisies, tied with yellow satin ribbons. over yellow. The floor - length cloth was made for the courtesies extended the bride before her marriage by Mrs. Adolph Guthals. An arrangement of white and yellow daisies in a white porcelain urn decorated with cupids leld the candles in hurricane lamps at one end of the table. The traditional bride's cake centered the table. Friends assisting with the reception were Mrs. John Guthals, Mrs. H. 0. Lehman, Mrs. John Steiner. Mrs. Adolph Guthals, Mrs. Ray Franz, Susan Franz and Mrs. Loran Huber. Out-of-town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Spaun, Albuquerque; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Robberson and daughters, Gay and Gayle, Melrose, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Florian Jarecki and The Curry County chapter of I the American Red Cross will jhold its annual meeting and award night July 20 at 7 p.m. at China Inn. Guests are Invited, and reservations must, be made before .July 15. Please call the Red j Cross office, 703-4129, to make i reservations. family, Friona, Tex.; Pastor and Mrs. Herbert Peimen, Lariat, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leiberger and sons, Gallup; Mrs. Gail Hampton and daughters, Lubbock, Tex., and the bride's two brothers, James and Freddie, who recently returned to the States after serving more than six months with the Navy in the Viet Nam area. Before leaving on a short wedding trip to points of interest in New Mexico, the bride changed into a white two-piece summer wool dress, trimmed in gold braid. Her corsage was of yellow roses. The couple will reside in Clovis. Mr. Smith is stationed with the Air Force at Cannon AFB, and the bride is a beauty operator. POLLY'S POINTERS Sick Bed ir i i ! ': \ \ \ \ Ml i 1 1 i 111 ;l i! ij!| ii ! !|l i 1! i |! Ill r | li' : ii • ! i i i 1 1 t ;.| t j j i l 1 •».! ' — . -_ -^^^^^^-—-—-—.^^^-^^^^^J^ ^1 We're Enlarging and Remodeling 'As of July first we have leased the space next door to us formerly occupied by Bingham's and will incorporate it into our present store, in which we have been located for 25 years. This is being done for your shopping convenience, and that we may offer you some additional lines of merchandise not previously stocked, as well as having better displays of present lines. We expect to have the remodeling completed some time between August first and fifteenth. Please be patient with us during this time of remodeling, which always produces a certain amount of chaos, dust, noise and disorder. It h our belief that you, our valued customers, will be pleased with our new store when it is completed. ^^A n i™; u . O^^X^ •«i luaf **u u*~**tfm ** ate, £j^* ... ^ . — , . 1.1. i ........... . . . . . . 4L ~— =^ 1 |H i j i i ! ! j! !' ! : [ " I il' ! . . : . i 1 ; '• ' •i ; •i • ! 'l: l: ii •ill : l The tapers In the double can- dleabras were lit by Paul Franz and Mark Huber. Attending the groom was Harry Smedley of Cannon AFB. Groomsmen were James Towns"on and Bill Bowman. Serving as ushers were Freddie Townson and Tommy Jarecki. The bride carried out the traditions with ''something old" being her dress, used by her sister, Mrs. Leinberger at her ;wedding; "something new" was her veil and slippers; "something borrowed" was the pearl-1 covered hat, loaned to her by ; her friend, Mrs. Ron Lewis; the ; traditional blue garter was her "something blue." She also had two pennies, minted in the year of her birth. Her laced • edged I linen handkerchief was made, and given to her, by a friend, Mrs, Clara Cole. The bride's mother chose an aqua blue dress, fashioned with embroidered inserts in the bodice and skirt. Her hat and accessories were white, as was ber corsage of roses. A reception was held after the ceremony in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Guests were registered by Mrs. Gail Hampton, sister of the bride. The table was laid with crystal on a white dotted swis's cloth Sudan Couple Marries SUDAN, Tex., (Special 1 ) — Miss Sharon Walser became the bride of Roy Gene Roberts in a double-ring ceremony at the Muleshoe Church of Christ on June 18. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Buri'ord C. Wals e r and Mr. ane Mrs. A. J. Roberts, all of Sudan. Performing the cerem o n y was Rev. D. L. Thompson, classmate of the bride, was maid of honor, and B.A. Narro- more a former classmate of the couple, served as bestman. For her wedding, the bride wore a street-length suit of white brocade, fashioned with a rounded neckline and short sleeves. Following a trip to New Mexico, the couple is at home for the summer at Muleshoe. where the groom is engaged in farming. The bride, a graduate of Sudan High School, attended \\est Texas State I'Diversity, and plans to continue her col! e g e Her husband is also a liiah School itradiiate. DEAR POLLY — 1 feel T must let everyone in on what has been a great help to us. Our -17-year-old daughter has mononucleosis and must have complete bed rest. We brought the chaise longue from the porch into the living room, put two long chair pads on it, covered them with a sheet and have a wonderful arrangement. She can lower herself for sleeping and pull herself up to a sitting position to eat. It works wonders and also makes it easy for her to watch television and help pass the time.—MAE GIRLS—I am sure many who have illness in the family will welcome this suggestion but do consult your doctor to see if this arrangement meets with his approval for your particular patient. — POLLY DEAR POLLY — How do you or any of the readers cope with the problem of "borrowing" neighbors? I have one who has always borrowed a couple of eggs for breakfast, a cup of sugar or a stick of butter which were never returned. This has been annoying but I let it pass because I like her. But yesterday's 1 borrowing really burned me up. We are about the same size and she rushed over and borrowed my new cocktail dress as she had nothing to wear to a dinner with some of her husband's business associates. Like a fool I agreed to let her wear it. This morning it was returned, minus a jeweled button. She tossed it off by saying I should complain to the shop where it was bought because they did not sew the buttons on tight enough. What can I do about this without losing a friend? — ANNOYED GIRLS— How about some help for ANNOYED? Perhaps playing this borrowing game in reverse would work. What do you all think?—POLLY DEAR POLLY - I carry my lunch to work in a paper bag and have found that inserting a plastic bag as a liner in the paper bag eliminates all worries about leaks and drips through the paper. — MRS. S. M. Share your favorite home|making ideas. . . send them | to Polly in care of The Clovis I News-Journal. You'll receive a I dollar if Polly uses your idea 'in Polly's Pointers. :HANGE OF OFFICE — Outgoing president of Cannon's Holy Name Society, John Reed, right, hands the book of authority to incoming vice-president, Jcueph DeVincentes, left, in recent chapel ceremonies oii'ir.iateci over by Chaplain (Captain) R. L. Fatherson. Incoming president Edward Kuac was not present for his election, clue to a sudden temporary assignment (Air Force Photo) MelroseBride-Elect Honored At Showers MELROSE CSpecial) — Mis:i Kay Lynn Williams, bride-elect of Ronnie Vineyard was the jhonorec at; a wedding shower, recently, at the Melrose School Cafeteria. The couple has set a July wedding date. The bride-to-be selected yel- jlow and white as her colors, .which were used throughout the |shower setting. The registration liable, which was covered with a white cloth laid over white. held a vase with white daises. Presiding at the bride's book was Miss Judy Yates. The table displaying the gifts was covered with white nylon net laid over white. Centerpiece for the serving table was a bouquet of yellow ropes with yellow candles on either i'.'. The nuim: 'K:iv and jvonnir' 1 v,er;> written in yellow on t> white sir. 1 -: cake, "made by Mrs. Ann IhrUm. Serving the yellow 1'nnr punch was *vTisJ LinMa ("operm J. '!':!•> enke was jsu-vod by Ml,-. Jo-y Morritt. i Mrs. (.Irene Godfrey nrosented ;1hf »ii'N tn Kay. Assisting her i as she opened the Li::!* was her mother, Mrs. H. ]•;. Williams arn.! Ronnie's mother, Mrs. John Vineyard 1 Hostesses for the event ivere ;Mrs. Opal Cliristesson, Mrs'. iGene Fish. Mrs. Ruby Pierce. I Mrs. Alberta Estos, Mr*. Josie Hacker. Mrs. Ann Horton. Mrs. .Pear! Pipkin. Mrs. Gladys Tin- die, Mrs. Oren Godfrey, Mrs. Emma Firestone, Mrs." Lola (See MKLHOSE Page 18) mm^^^^s^^mfW^^^-^ 9 ' ^T^Si-fe, ^^;a^«^la^BaA&MiSsk*ii..-..^...*'S'ai>^S«!! WE IHVITE YOU* to our TRUNK SHOWI of SUITS & COATS WITH INFORMAL MODELING Thurs., JULY 15th 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. IUi'. Albert ShevMier, Yninhcraft Fashion Con- MilUtrH. will be lv;e JHTMHI::!!;,' wiih IIN enure CiJIeeiion of diaiii.i. meiy in.-auiit'ul new i!e.-i;.'r.-;, in assist \OLI :;i :;: iknu; yum* sruvtions. You Iliav i lltjOM. 1 II'i'IU l!;e x-' aU ;;inl .-.,,:'-, ^i'.oUU Jioin <>ui' Muck, or >|».via! oixii.v* !•.'i eariv UeliVerv with n>j e\lid i'h.!;-:e. \\'n\i (his u/iJi'i'tu'iuble . ..>JU.vii.,n. y,.u!h- cr.ill. .r. .nil uphold* Uiea !••!!,'. f-l ib.>a,-, 1 ik'-i:.;u is i-onii'li-tely Kiiui-iailorisl ui ii.o in.ihl opulent f.ibrii-s, U>:h dotnoM;..' an.l Hu|jo.rioii. The fur uim>, when tl-.ev me UM-'vi, arc luxurious; I ho >lliiuuot!e> a v the w iMa.!ll xiuvt 1 o: She Jie.v MM-...;:, liie toi,.;--, K-.!;_:e tU'IU II:.' >.,>1: to tile \:liij:it '.•i me d.iih. I..IK-- an.I I/a. k Vv..a;li. :\.;i uc- Mj,ii:s uiv a\.ulaolv in ini>M.-:.'. JL;JI;I.I- pot no jn-,1 junior lx.-U!o. Ihf c'.-lkvU -u >!al'i> <tt Jit'.i'j anJ u;.i. . . . for Mother the Queen, Daughter the Teen and all sizes in between.

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