Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 11, 1966 · Page 4
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May 11, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 4

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May 11, Of Texas Summer Fashions • <jr *• M » kT. t ff tb i e W m of TeXM h »™ « cool, look. The sailor-look (Mi) bv Jo Jr of Dallas u Rcd or nav y «oP °hlp» Jut i h v* !["" a ", d Spof(s " W-- rkev down low-slung skirl. Jeanne Dear Abby Should Send You *" By Helen Ilennessy Womc's Editor Newspaper Enterprise Assn. YORK — (NBA) - It's roftndup time in Texas this i riders. Paisley poncho skimming over straw slim pants and in a ball- fringe-lrimmed bare midriff top deftly parted from matching hip week. But not one herd of cattle wifl be seen at the event. Dallas is holding its annual Daytime fashions for the career girl were in easy-care seersucker in stripes, solids or pat fa§hion roundup, an event at 1 terns. Three-piece suits and little which the talented designers of jacket dresses were top favor- Texas show their summer col-ijtes. Dress-up daytime fashions lections. The hemline has come in for much discussion this season. Mlintaining the Texas view of ladylike femininity, most Texas designers have ended the debate on daytime skirt lengths by holding the hemline at the middle o£ the knee. were in handsome silks, linen- type fabrics and blends. One suit house showed a double-breasted short jacket with a multi-colored hand screen print blouse. Another showed a figure-flattering long jacket suit in Indian Tussah silk. The sportwear designers made lavish use of Tahitian and Hawaiian prints in colorful teams of sleek pants and midriff-baring tops. And the influence from south of the border| R cgu ] ar meeting of the Cnt- was seen in both an authentic llemen's Wives Auxiliary and ;i luncheon, was held Friday at the home of Mrs. Ken White with Mrs. L o n n i e Allsup as co- hostess. A scrapbook of the Auxiliary's activities was prepared arvd ; Most designers relief! heavily :on summer double knits for tra- |vel ensembles, guaranteed to i stay crisp, fresh and wrinkle- free whether packed or worn on ,a trip. i For evening, feminine ruffles land laces go sophisticated when ! given a unique Texas treat- jment. A double bank of inverted ruffles at the side of one strap- I less peau tie sole gown emerges into a dust ruffle around its belled skirt. The most unusual fabric used | for formal wear was naked ! stretch wool which molds the 'body, yet offers mobility. 1 The western look was well- ..represented in stove-pipe 1 e g pants slung low from the hi) ^nd cherry-picker print shirts ',And the bandana print stil, j'holds its own in popularity in j shift and shirtdresses. Opinion ma> lie divided as to should lie at home or abroad but Paris, France, or Paris. Tex as. the all-American western look is universally admired. DEAR ABBY: I'm 22 years old, which is over 21, right? So why don't' people leave me alone? f get so much advice Ij could write your DEAR ABBY column for you. I happen to be very much in love with a married man. Altho they have no children, his wife refuses to give him at divorce because she's too lazy) to work and he's a good meal ticket. Everyone tells me I'm wasting the best years of my life on him, but it's my life, and I'm satisfied with things as they are. He tells me that marriage is for the birds, thai it lakes all ( til 21). but that is not enough. the romance oul of a relalion-JUntil Ihis problem is solved, we ship, and from mosl of the mar- j hesitate lo even get into a car riages I've seen, I believe him. | together. "" ' Why don't people just leave me help you alone? This man really sends me. "SENT" IN SILVER SPRINGS give us. Thank you for or your readers any STYMIED can DEAR STYMIED: I have been writing (his column for almost DEAR SENT: This man ten years and have been fre- should send you all right — tojquenlly asked ff I've ever had a head shrlnker. 1 don'l know question I wag unable to answer. what your friend does for a living, but If he isn't selling, he should be. Eventually you'll gel your wish and everyone will leave you alone. Inctidlng your Club Studies CAP PTA Workshop Held In Sudan SUDAN, Tex. (Special) — Lamb and Bailey Council P-TA Workshop was held on Tuesday in the Littlefield High School Auditorium, for officers and committee chairmen of PTA Chapters. The meeting opened with a coffee, following which a business session was held. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Jack Strong. Mrs. Strong and Mrs. Kenneth Robertson were the instructors. Luncheon was enjoyed at the noon hour in Ihe Littlefield High School Cafeteria. Those attending from Sudan were Mrs. Jack Riley, president, Mrs. R. L. Kamp vice- president, Mrs. Wayne Rogers, Budget - Finance Committee, Mrs. Jimmy Carpenter, membership committee and Mrs. Bob Drake, publicity committee. married friend. DEAR ABBY: Our problem is not original. We can see ro solution. If others have solved U, we'd like to know how? If something should happen to my husband and me together, what will become of our children? We have only one close blood relative. She would feel it her "duty" because of "blood ties" to take them, but we feel that she's incapable of rearing happy, well- adjusted children. Also the advancing age of this relative would almost certainly mean a second change of homes before our little ones reached maturity, and we want to avoid a series of foster homes. And more important, wo want to keep all our children together. We have no close friends whose families are smalt enough to take our brood in addition to their own. We've considered an adoption agency, but our children are now past the age most adoptive parents prefer. We've provided for their education (un- Yours Is thc first! tf any of mv readers has faced this problem and solved it, I would appreciate hearing from you. Troubled? Write to Abby. Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self-addressed wivel- je. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. $1000? CASH FOR VACATION — and any other good reason — ' is as near as your phone! Just call Beneficial where you get that BIG O.K. for cash fast! You pick the terms , . , you pick the payments. Ca Call up and see! Beneficial BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM • 1700 OFFICES COAST-TO-COAST Lnans $25 to $1000 on Auto, Furniture or Salary Beneficial Finance Co. of Clovis 114 EAST 4th ST. (Back of Singleterry Hardware) Phone: POrter 3-3468 • Ask for the YES MANager OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT—PHONE FOR HOURS SHOP THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8 P. M. at SEARS Calendar 9:30 FRIDAY a.m. Red Cross Volunteer Coffee in Red Cross Office. "521 Main. Grace Cartwright and Zora Wells, hostesses. WEDNESDAY 1p.m. — Women of St. James, *for regular business meeting^ Members are asked to bring a salad for salad supper before the meeting. Report of the convention from Mrs. Charles Gant and Mrs. Donald Toothaker and Rev. Joe Fasel. shown by Mrs. Rachael Crystal and Mrs. Margaret Thompson. Father Sergius of S a c r e d Heart Church spoke to the group on the Community Action pro- od reprcscnivo from the Auxil i;iry io the Community Action; Program. Any member who has ;an idea or suggestion concern- i ing a program or project to <ben- lefit the Clovis area may speak I with Mrs. Turnbough. I Thc next meeting will bo a |family night which will be held ; June G at 7 p.m. at Ranehors and gram, a federal program creat- iFarmers Auction .. Com P an ^. ed by the'Economic Opportunity Act. Funds are available from the government to the Clovis. Curry County area on a matching basis, according to Kr. Sergius. Mrs. Jim Turnbough was nam- LOOK ! NEW LOCATION THE CLOTHES LINE 821 HINKLE Sears Floor Care Sale THREE DAYS ONLY NO MONEY DOWN ON SEARS EASY PAYMENT PLAN they're unconditionally guaranteed lor 3 years. ^iwi<^^^^6i^i<5^ 1\» cnarantm Mads tauxmtttlional. That rnvaiu whatever might Happen to the movrmrnt. it's fiwd. Of rrpUcrd, Fan and Free. Knr thrrc years Guarantee valid «pUy if fitted wit and ot-nt to Beams. Man's Budget- Priced Benrus Walcr-relilt in llainleis ilttl. Sw««p «*cond hand. EWinci wife factled cryilal fer her ... watermill far K»n. tglb with txponiion bends. 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