Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 12, 1966 · Page 10
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May 12, 1966

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

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HI' ,a.JOl!RNAL, Thurs., May 12, Your Way v *• « * i Forrest MRS. ESCAR llDRTON Sunday dinner guests «i Mr. idtMrs. Maek Hutchison were $ff.3flSd Mrs. Roy C. Hutchison fart;&m, R.C., of Clovis. **MfS< Bill Nance and Judy of ttovfe were guests at a dinner Wednesday at the home of her Stint, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hut- ehisOli. Mrs. Willa Morris accompanied her home for a short ' Mrs, Willa Morris flew In by plane last week to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hutchison, who hadn't seen her:in seven years. She is a houseguest of her parents while the Is here. Mrs. Charlie Sours attended a vice-president's meeting in the Tucilfflcarl courthouse Monday. The houseguests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hutchi- i sou Over the weekend were their ; brother, Mr. and Mrs. William MurdJck of Texico, Mr. and j Mrs,' Bill Nance, Darryl and Ju- ! dy, 6f Clovis. \ Mrs. George B. Nance and ! Judy of Clovis visited Mr. and j Mrs. Charlie Sours Wednesday I afternoon. j Mrs. Ethel Kitchens was the j houseguest of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Kitchens. I) r e w and Penny. Friday and Satur- Ma>. While in Forrest, she vis- Hpci her new grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edd Pettigrew. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Laven der and Mrs. Coulson Kitchens spent the weekend at Haton- to watch Coulson's and Mr. Ernest Lindsey's horses run. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lindsey also spent the weekend there. Mr. and Mrs. Cris Reagan of McAlister and Mr. Skip Clark were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Reagan. Mr. and Mrs. John Reagan joined their daughter, Mrs. Phil Nlckol, and Kimberly, of Clovis, and visited in the home of another daughter, Mrs. Bob Doose, and sons, for dinner; then visited in the home of Mrs. Escar Burton who has been sick for the past two weeks in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Les Darnell and Johnny, and Mr. and Mrs. Sid Nabours of Tucumcarl motored to Las Cruces last weekend to attend the state bowling tournament. Two other sons, Stanley and Tommy, stayed with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Darnell in Quay. Mrs. Jewell Ames returned SHOWTIME THROUGH SATURDAY ROBERT 'Mister Moses M $1.50 A CAR YUCCA STARTS FRIDAY FIRST CLOVIS SHOWING I'VE KNOWN MANY MEN BUT YOU'RE THE FIRST TO MAKE ME , FEEL '* LIKE A WOMAN! tUt lOMMEft IS All WOMAN IN THE D n AND THE BRWE ELKESOMMER"HORSTBUCHOIZ MARIO ADORF-HELMUT SCHMID m*.» KM man •»«.«.. t rum ..utsiuui«>Btttim»in (THE BEATLES «BASPDTIN AT 6:15 9:30! BEITILES' AT 8:05 ONLY TWlfn 1 *' MBJEOXE .JtattftMMrfrbtee^tlttUqfi — SHOWTIMES ~. 1:30—3:50—6:10—8:30! iomc from Roswell where she iad been with her granddaugh- er, Judy Herron, daughtef of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Herron. Mrs. Addy Yatea was the houseguest of her sister, Mrs. Nelly Best. Friday night. Mrs. Neely Best left Saturday for a visit with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee Best and fam- ly In Farmlngton. She will then fly to California and visit another son, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Best and family. She will also visit Mrs. Bill Harris and children. Mr. Bill Caddell, Department f Agriculture of Temple, Tex., s visiting in Forrest with Mr. J. V. Curtis and Gene Nelson. John Apodoca moved his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Apodoca from Albuquerque to Tucumcari Friday and Saturday. Mr. Gene Nelson went to Alamogordo Tuesday on business and returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Journa- an, Nancy and Bruce, of Gra|y, were Sunday dinner guests f her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Coma Wagley and children. Forrest Church of Christ Preacher Don Sikes was the Sunday dinner guests after church at the home of Mrs. Gerie Langford. i Mr. and Mrs. John Reagan were Sunday dinner guests af- er Church with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Doose, Reagan, Greg. Other guests were r. and Mrs. Leslie Doose, Sullen, and a family friend, Eric. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Pinkston of Melrose called on Mr. and . John Reagan Thursday af- ernoon. The Domestic Rally was well attended Thursday night with the ladies serving fried chicked supper, and donated the money to the 4-H. Approximately $80 was cleared. Forrest had their science fair Friday evening. Pie, coffee and punch was served. * * * Mrs. J. B. Wingo, § long lime resident of this area. A mimbef of other out of towfi relatives and friends were at Sudan to attend funeral services for Mrs. J. B. Wingo, which were held at the First Methodist Church of Sudan. Among those from out of town were relatives from Portales, N.M. and Colorado. James Arlington Wingo, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Wingo of Sudan was selected for mem bership in the Texas Tech chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, national academic honorary fraternity. Wingo is a senior student at Texas Tech. Following graduation from the Sudan High school, he attended Austin College, Sherman, from which he trans* f erred to Tech. Requirements for membership by senior students include ranking in the top ten per cent of their class. * * * Wolcott LUTISHIA WATSON Bill McDonald has moved to Friona from Muleshoe to manage the new Radio Station in Friona which will be broadcasting from KNNN in the near future. Bill worked for KICA in Clovis before moving to Muleshoe where he worked at KMUL for several months. Tommle Lynn Climmons Is recuperating nicely in his home in Muleshoe after having major surgery recently in the Methodist Hospital in Lubbock. The Muleshoe Eastern Stars met in the Masonic Hall Tuesday evening May 3, for a covered bow Girls. Several Muleshoe High School students were in the district History conttst last wtek at WTSU, Canyon. Also a group of FFA Chapter boys went to Lubbtek Saturday to participate in the Texas Tech Judging Contest, namely The Livestock. Land Judging and Dairy Judging. The boys are to be congratulated on their winnings in the contest. Advisors were Keith Bray and Bill Bickel. The new officers of the Richland Hills PTA are: Mrs. Allen Haley, Mrs. Benny Pena, Mrs. Earl Ladd Jr., Mrs. Mickie Pierce, Mrs. Harrold Cowan and Mrs. Bobby Henderson. The highlights at Cashway Grocery Saturday was the Famed Wax Figure, Bob Murry. The real looking wax figure stars into space so quite, so straight, so still until some one through curiosity feels of his cold sponge rubber arm, then he comes to life. Customers all through the day Saturday at the store, starred in amazement at the figure. Customers also were started with surprises through the day with ah and oh! Mrs. Horsace Blackburn gave the program at the Muleshoe Study Club recently. She reviewed the book "Mountains of Gold" by Max Evans. Memories of the review will lingerlong in the mind of members who heard the review as Mrs. Blackburn talk made each chapter seem true to life. The new student Council have elected their officers for the new school term of 66-67. They are Larry Myers-president; Stan Bryant secretary; Debbie Burrows * parliamentarian; Beth Black Historian; Terry Lynn Bryant Chaplin and David Davis Reporter* Mr, afld Mrs. Bob Gage and boys visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cockrel are in Behama Islands attending a Farm Bureau Convention. They with several other members from different parts are staying at the Nassau Hotel in Naussau. * * if have their meeting Sunday afternoon, beginning at 2 at the McAlister School House. Bob Powell, County Agent is expected to be present. MRS. JOHN YOUNG A total of 53 votes were cast in Tuesdays election at McAlister precinct. Election officials serving were: Roy Green, John Canady, Melvin Gates, Roy Howard, and Mrs. J. E. Young. Among those attending the Democratic rally Friday evening in Tucumcari were: Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Runyna, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green, George Weigl, and H. J. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gates Visited in Dimmitt Friday with their son, Monroe Gates and family. Mrs. C. T. Runyan returned home Friday from a weeks stay i nWest Texas Hospital, Amarillo, where she underwent thyroid surgery. She is reported to be on the improvement list. Visiting her Wednesday afternoon were Mrs. Shirley Cathey and Mrs. J. E. Young. Monte Creek of House was an overnight guest Wednesday eve ning in the home of Nancy Young. dish supper honoring the Rain- Johnson vice-president; Debbie The High-Plains 4-H Club will Hereford Band Cops Festival Hereford High School Band reached the pinnacle of success in Texas high school band glory Friday when it received the "Outstanding Band'" award for its class at the Six Flags Over Texas Band Festival. The honor brings with it the reputation among the state's high school bandsmen as being one of the two best class AAA bands in Texas. Hereford's 100-mcmber concert band received the award at the famous Six Flags Over Texas late Friday afternoon after taking top honors in both concert and sigh-reading performances. Ranchers lam Mere In 19M Net earnings (rf Ranchers fix* ploration and Development Cof p. for the nine months ending iMarch 31 increase 181 per cent over those of a year ago, making the period the most profit* able in company history. President Maxie L. Anderson said in a quarterly report to stockholders that net earnings were $399,698, compared to $142,452 for that period of fiscal yeaf 1965. Earnings for fiscal year 196* already exceed by 22 per cert the $328,148 earned during nil »f fiscal 1965, he said. Earnings per share for t h « nine months just ended were 67, cents, compared to 24 cents for the same period a year ago. Gross income rose to $2,21B,« 016, up 64 per cent over the $1,351,184 earned during the first nine months of the previous fiscal year. Anderson said this marked th» first time that ranchers' gross in* come has exceeded $2 million in a nine-month period. Gross income for all of fiscal year 1965 was $2,006,121. Sudan MRS. EDNA BURCK Honor students of the 1966 Class of the Sudan High School have been named. They are Donna Masten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Parrish valedictorian and Gordon GUstrap, son of Mrs. Lena Gilstrap, salutator- iau. Donna Masten's grade point average was 3.75, She has attended the Sudan Schools from the first grade up. Gilstrap's grade point average was 3.70. He has attended the Sudan High School only one year transferlng from the Big Spring High School. Sharol Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wilson, was named valedictorian of the eighth grade graduating class. Her grade point average was 4.00. Ricky May, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin May will be the salutatorian. His grade point average was 3.82. James E. Pierce, a member of the senior class of the Sudan High School participated in the Airman Qualifying Examination furnished by the U. S. Air Force to all schools. Pierce received outstanding scores in the four area test, Mechanical, Administration, general and elec- I Ironies. Mrs. S. D. Hay has been Inconvenienced this week by an injured knee. The injury was sustained in a fall caused by a piece of loose wire. Several stitches were required to close the cut. The Sudan Senior Citizens Club and all other senior citizens are invited to attend a meeting on Friday afternoon at the Sudan Community Center. The Sudan Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will be hostesses for the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Serratt are both patients at the Medical Arts Hospital of Idttlefield. Clifton Gregory, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. 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