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

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 12, 1966
Page 12
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;«?', iijw»j ynaait Mtf fllWS ;A'i?^'-^Kj>"t.'.; .., ^ ir C/ub Meefs _._>«•» to dre Wfl ftt ffit fKtt* df in t!« «Chfrry ptssMcd it t JseetMf lad Mr*. Ka^m.,.'A.I^- .^.-j».-i*«, _ . . * EeTSi l«l«t J. C. Jofitt 119 0)0 and roll call was an- With Flower OOP. «** A MffjHMMtfaUoB on makl WBtef flfltwi *ts gten fcy Mrs. Jameson. two ptsts, Mrs. Wantta Preett and Mrs. Slllit Whltfield Joined the ,16 members present. The next meeting it to be May 12 at the home of Mrs. Donald l/eitherwood for an all day meeting. Everyone is asked to bring a salad for a salad luncheon. ^^^^^^^^^^'^''^^^^^»^*'^^^^^^i^^^^»^^--^^^-^-^^^^^^^^f^^^- --, | I,, -.. .*.. |t1l . |: PT>V Council Meets PfA council met ijr in the High School Cafe!l with Clarence Mudgett pre- ing, Ilie invocation was given 6y Marry Barton and Mrs. Pete .j. «t>i f-r-rlr" rr ; ' - ' — r Lozouddie **J* lift ! ; Pair Wed S^w LAZBUDDUB, tex. (Special) ST'^.—ln"* tecent Wedding Miss *'' Alice Ketchum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ketchum of Laz.. buddie became the bride of ^; Charles E. Majol* in Grlswold %•' Chap*l of St. Paul Methodist £•• Church of Abilene, Texas. The 2* groom Is the son Of Mrs. Thresa ** Majot of Abilene. %* The Rev. Karl Brown, Minls- S^ter of Education, officiated. Tra- Srdltional wedding music was pre*; sented t?y Mrs. Ed Traweek, or^ ganlst and Gloria Zerega, vocal^*T Presented In marriage by her t Tfather the bride Wore a candle£ .light silk suit and matching piU- box hat and veil. The brief circle veil was caught to the hat with *i rlace appliques. She carried pink Hi, gardenias on a white lace cover«*« : <-ed Bible. Mrs. Terry Houston * "Miller of Lubbock was matron t»* -of honor. She wore an eggshell •I suit with hot pink crepe and circle veil headpiece caught up to a pink cluster of roses. Her corsage was of white palm mums. Terry Houston seated the guests. The couple Is at home at 2309 Barrow, Apartment B In Abl lene. Out of town wedding were: guests for the Mr. and Mrs. . James Marler and ferry of Me- Alister, Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bledsoe, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mrs, Mona Davidson and daughter, Cindy, of Amarillo and Edward C. Ketchum Jr., also of Amarlllo. Calendar FRIDAY 7:30 p.m. Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen at IOOF Hall for regular meeting and initiation. FRIDAY 9:30 a.m. Red Cross Volunteer Coffee In Red Cross Office, 521 Main. Grace Cartwright and Zora Wells, hostesses. WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. —• Women of St. James for regular business meeting. Members are asked to bring • salad for salad supper before the meeting. Report of the convention from Mrs. Charles Gant and Mrs. Donald Toothaker and Rev. Joe Fasel. Ruidoso this year. Sherril accepted a Cervantez read the minutes. Mrs. Inna Call reported that the clothing bank would close on May 20 for this school year. Mrs. Buddy Holmberg gave a report on the PtA Convention heto in Mrs, J. L. loving cup trophy presented to La Casita School at the convention for exceeding their PTA attendance by ten per cent. Each school PTA President gave a report on their school's activities and each school prin-, cipal also reported on activities. Clarence Mudgett suggested that the group set aside Peb 17 of next year for the Founders Day program. The new officers were Installed with Mrs. Chaney Merritt acting as installing officer. Installed were Mrs. Carroll Hendricks, president; Mrs. W A Miller, vice - president; Mrs. James Manasco, treasurer and Mrs. Pete Cervantez, secretary. Entertainment was provided by the Lady Roadrunners, a band consisting of Mrs. Hendricks, Mrs. Marcella Blackburn Mrs. Burl Light, Mrs. Buddy Holmberg and Mrs. Buck Jones. Music Recital To Be Given The violin, piano and organ students of Mrs. Elizabeth Gant Brandon will be presented in a musical Sunday at 2 p.m at Phillips House of Music Included In the program will be numbers by piano students Mike Farris, Lesley Kinard, Mary Len Gillingham, Shelby Jersig, Zella Kinard and Jan Eac- ling. Organ students presented will be Mary Ann Simms, Karen Sullinger, Becky Sullinger and Susan Ward. Violinists are Thomas Williams, Kirk Wall and John Ed Kelly. The public is invited to attend. Dear Abby DEAR ABBY: t invited 22 people to my tome for Easter Sunday dinner at noon. Every one but my husband's brother and his wife accepted, She aaid f Tm sorry, 1 already promised my mother we'd go to her house or the noon meal, but we'll be hungry again at 7 p.m., so we"il come to yottf house for left* overs, okay, honey?' Not know- ng what to say, 1 said, "Okay." Well, they came at 7 p.m. with three other couples, cleaned me out of all my left-overs and ran. v I was standing in the kitchen doing dishes until midnight. 1 was plenty burned up because had plans for those leftovers. But I'll leave It up to you, Abby, low could I have gotten out of ettlng her come when she in- VITED HERSELF? BURNED DEARBUItNEth: Just because people are nervy enough o invite themselves is no reason to make them welcome. Yon should have said, "I'm sorry, but my dinner party is at NOON an I'm afraid I won't be very good company at 7 p.m., so let's nake it some other time, okay, honey?" DEAR ABBY: I am a reasonably attractive, well-mannered bachelor in my late thirties Learn To Say No and ! receive many social invl unions. 1 ftetntly tamed down an invitation to a dinner party and frankly told the hostess that I was no longer accepting invitations that did not allow me to bring my own date. Very irately she told me that If 1 didn't want to go to parties alone I should get married. Why do so many people think a single person should be eager to accept invitations to go to a party alone? 1 always feel like a fifth wheel, or else 1 get stuck with a dateless woman who shares my embarrassment. Am DEAR SIMON: If you'd rather bring your own date than gamble on what the hostess has paired you off with, say so. But most b^helors are Invited to parties to provide escorts for the single women. And I'd like to see the dateless woman who would feel "embarrassed" to find her dinner companion a reasonably attractive, well-mannered bachelor. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I were in our thirties and Navy Moms Club Holds Installation Clovis Area Navy Mothers Club 941 met Monday evening for election of officers. The new officers for 1966-67 are, Crickett Williams, Commander; Ruth ford, first vice-commander; Fern Miller, adjutant; Blanche 'onnor, finance officer; Imo- ?ene Barclay, chaplain; Cleo 5tarkey, judge advocate; Coral Whitaker and lola Rawls, matrons-at-arms; Cleo Bachman, and Mabel Harmon, color bearers. The officers will be installed n ceremonies Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Silver Grill. Don Guise, one of the Navy Recruiters in the area, and Mrs. Pat Patton of Albuquerqquc. one of the state officers, will install the newly- elected heads of the Clovis Club. The public is invited to attend the installation as are all mothers of Naval personnel. The group will meet on the second Monday of every month n the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank. Anyone desiring more information on the group may call Mrs Ruth Ford, 762-1760. very much In love when we were married. Six years later 1 am a nervous wreck. Me says I am the woman he has been looking for all his life and he isn't going to lose me. He has to know where I am every minute. He calls me six and seven times a day. If I go out during the day, he cross • examines me about where I went and who 1 saw. He is a local truck driver, so he is home every night and all day Sunday. He won't go to church (he is "afraid" of religion) and -he won't let me go •alone. When I became pregnant he got very jealous for fear I'd' love the baby more than him, so he prayed that the baby would die, and it did. After that I threatened to leave him, and he hit me. I am a prisoner in my own house, Abby. He says if I ever leave him he will kill me. Is there anything I can do? I can't sign my name A PRISONER DEAR PRISONER: Your husband sounds like a very sick man. For your own safety, report his past actions and threats on your life to the local police. And for your sanity, ask the help of your doctor. Problems? Write to Abby, Bo* 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self • addressed en* velope. ttate to write letters? Send $l to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." NOTICE ALL MOTHERS Who have boys In minor league or little league baseball meet in tiie Community room of the 1st Federal Savings & Loan at 4th & Pile, Thurs. May 12lh. 7 p.m. MEAT SPECIALS EVERY DAY! Good Grain Pod Beef I Knew Because I Peed Them Myself . * • » • • Vi GRAIN, FED BEEP Cut * Wrapped P Lb. JA 4&C FREEZER PACK 20 IBS. TO 100 IBS. . . . 48c LB. SEE OUR MEAT CASE Stocked Fresh Doily, Cut To Your Specifications. PLAINS PACKING CO. 3 Blocks East and 1 South of 4Cs Phone 762-2081 — Open Till 7 P.M. ARMOURS STAR VACUUM PACKED 6 Oz. Pkgs. 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