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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 15

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 15, 1966
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Roundup Of News From Clovis "Bridge is the champagne of ots. [l card games," quipped Mrs. luth Webster, the instructor of le members of Clovis High hool Bridge Club. The club meets every Thurs* after school, for an hour. Sere are usually two or three oles going at one time. club is planning a bridge Mly at Mrs. Webster's house, aturday, May 7th, in Portales 8:00 o'clock. The students will meet at Mrs. Webster's house and finally get find out the results of their oil this year in laming the nany facets of the game of fridge. No choking, no locking of |rms, and no locking of legs, the restrictions put on C. ll.S. wrestlers of the P.E. class- Is by the two student teachers rom Eastern New Mexico Uni [-ersity, Larry McDprman and Job Prince, both seniors at Eas Icrn. These two young men have teen teaching the P.E. classes coaches Jerry Blakley and 3ob Henry for the past seven veeks. s student teachers, Mr. iicDorman and Mr. Prince as- umed full reponsibilities fo taking over the classes. They go hrough the preliminary step of Checking every row to make We that each student is prop- -rly suited out and participating |n 'the day's activities. The 1966-67 Future Business Readers of America officers liave been elected by the clul Inombers. The newly elected president is I'atsy Martinez. Patsy served the club this past year as vice ^resident. Elected to the post . vice-president was Lydia Clay Iciierrie White will hold the office of recording secretary while Jan Culpepper acts as corresponding secretary for th< club. Keith Mac Memanamj and Dudley Tuttle will serve as treasurer and parliamentarian respectively. The office of his lorian will be held by Jeanne Jackson. The latest vogue is to spalsh in the swimmin pool in a one- iece bathing suit, in preference o a two piece or a go-bare bi- ini. Hair trends go with the long, ong or short, short hair-dos. Bangs and bows make headlin- s. Wigs and hairpieces will be ice for the summer, after a hort swim. For that special dance or >rom, dancing curls will play n important part in the hair, 'hey can make a plain Jane he belle of the ball. t a recent FHA meeting, of- icers for the 1966-67 year were nstalled by the out-going president, Janine Clark. They are Pat Sullivan, president; Chrisine Chavez, vice-preisdent; Eva Vladrid, secretary; Elise Nance, treasurer. Officers to be elected in the all to assist in directing cluo activities will be parliamentar- an, historian and vice - presi dents of projects, recreaton, and xiblic relations. As each officer was installed, she was presented a rose corsage. Also at the meeting Lama Ward gave a devotional, "The Beatitudes of a Homemakor" Pauline Price presented gold charms to girls selected as 'Girl of the Month." Receiving charms were Janine Clark, Bev erly Bilbrey, Sylvia Koenig, Eva Madrid and Susan Miller. Following the meeting many members and their parents (;n joyed refreshments as they viewed the 1965-66 FHA scrap book which was compiled by Sylvia Koenig. FHA members will close theii year of activities on May 14 ;i a party for the senior members The girls will sandsurf, followed by roasting \veiners and marshmallows. Om Mr. Fred Brumbelow's geometry class the chapter t h e tudents will be studying on next will be the elements of trigonometry and its basic fundamentals in working the problems circle and the study o! the triangle and of the square. 1, Ursula Merkel, being of strong mind and sound body do promise to faithfully uphold the Conrad Birdie creed at all times. ..." This is one o fthe many humor* ous lines practiced over and over by the cast and chorus of the Mixed Concert Choir in preparation of their production of 'Bye, Bye, Birdie," on May 19 and 20 at Marshall Auditorium. The Birdie cast and chorus, Mr. A. V. Wall, director, and working an average of 20 hours a week in preparation for the production. Work on the sets and costumes have begun with different teachers at CHS constructing the sets. The boys in the choir will help them ar^J Vie girls will paint the sets when they are completed. Publicity is being handled in cooperation with Speech Club. "I think that our production of "Bye, Bye, Birdie" is going well and we hope to have it as real to life as it can be when the time for presentation arrives," stated Mr. Wall. the students. The grades received on these projects are important to t h e tudents 1 averages, 6ftd Mr. Hohrnan is sure fo have a wide and interesting variety to in* spect. "I like ice cream!" said ap proximately 70 speech and phy siology students as they lick their "fingers in their ears. The students were attending c lecture by Dr. John Cochran 01 speech, speech therapy, and th various speech problems. Dr. Cochran, head of th speech department at Easter: \e\v Mexico University, a 1 s directs a clinic at the University for people with speech problems. "We work with the person, not the isolated speech problem." state Dr. Cochran in his introductory words. He then proceeded to explain and give examples of the speech problems. "Stuttering," Dr. Cochran says, "is a fear and hate problem. The thought of having to say some sound the individual finds hard to say frightens him. The voice gets stuck. The individuals, " he continued, "must learn to endure the experience, and a physiologist has to help. Saying sounds hard to pronounce to the individual is like touching his mouth to a snake." Dr. Cochran then talked about the other speech problems - the person who lisps, the usage of vowel sounds only, nasality, and aphasia, inability to u s e language symbols. The clinic at Eastern was the next topic for his discussion, and Dr. Cochran described its facilities and its purposes. "The clinic is air conditioned and sound treated with ac- 1-u.stics," he began. "There is a mirror-window from the hallway so that the instructor may see both the patient and the student without having to disturb the session." A question and answer period concluded the lecture, and the students returned to their second period classes. This is one of the many humor- angles and the polygon of th3 Beehives and butterflies are just a couple of the projects now being worked on by the students in Mr. Louis Hohman's biology classes. Similar projects, such as these which are to be turned in one week from the end of school are required by Mr. Hohman each semester. Choice of exactly what type of project to be done is left up to the student The only requirement is that it pertains to biology or some other branch of science. They may range from a term papers to an experiment to be demonstrated for the class. Students in the past have worked on such projects as con structing a three dimensiona sryofoam model of DNA mole cule and preserving butterflies of all sizes, shapes, and colors in plastic, making a colorfu plaque. The construction of a beehive and care of the honey making insects within is current ly being worked on by two of cited in ortef to bi prepared And here's a picture we ound of Dean Bawcorn", stated Norvella Carpenter, while show- ng Hi-Ak members and the C' Club Boys, who were invited guests of the High«Aims K1 u b aictures of the Hl-Ak pledges during pledge term, and pictures of the C'Club boys when the boys were babies. During the week a group of girls collected these picutres from the parents. The pictures brought cries of laughter and tingling red ears and faces from the embarrassed boys. It is an annual affair of HI Ak and C Club to come to each other's meeting once a year. Hi- Ak has already attended one of C Club's' meetings. A demonstration of the regular business meeting was car ried on by the girls while the boys watched. The style show was discussed and also the com ing meeting, which will be the signing of annuals. A five dollar prize was given to the girl who sold the m o s tickets. Vice! Ramey was award ed the prize this year. Las year's winner was Lou Woody. Each girl took a lick from the parliamentarian, Dru Tally. Af terwards the pictures were shown. Cokes and cookies were served while the Notations played so the group of teenagers could dance. Sponsors of the clubs were present also. Steve Graham sponsor of the C Club and his wife, and Mrs. Jo Marie Bal fanz, of Hi-Ak, and her husband were in the group. Esau Wood, Hamlet's speech to the players, and the Thes pian Rules are again being re tl VOTED THE BEST VALUE /N COMPACT COLOR TV : PHILCO 19 • SQUARE TUBE • AUTOMATIC DEGAUSSING • TRANSISTORS INSTEAD OF TUBES • ONE YEAR "BLANK CHECK" SATISFACTION GUARANTEE BACKED BY PHILCO AND FORD The "baby doll" look is in again. Yes, a repitition of the roaring Twenty's has made its entrance. Present fashions were discussed last Tuesday during the Hi-Ak meeting at Pam Russell's house. In charge of the program were Janet Carmack and Katrina Skarda. Everything from the most fashionable shoes to ex- Ireme hair-dos were displayed 09 construction paper S«d passed around so the girls could get a« over-all look on the newest of trends and fashions. Buckles and round toes are the newest in shoes with the all colored suedes to match. "Tie a bow on the T strap and. you've got it made." Slinky and cool are best in shifts for this year, along with the western trend. Skirts are still rising high above the kaee. Sailor pants liave taken the place of bell bottoms and the loyal red, white and blue are the latest rage. As in winter, textured hose are still in but popularity tean- uig to the light, springier tol- for the initiation of Friday night at 7 o'clock, upon fetpiest ffotn fuH«fletig' ed Thespians, Thespian initial s must recite any of the above nformation. Initiates must also wear a small sip stating their ante, pseudonym, Tesplan roupe number, and the drama askSHSHHedy and tragedy. Drama students may be seen round the campus and even at- er school hours stating ridlcu* ous sentences and often making ools o! themselves. If one does not state the re« uested Item, his chances of be* oming a Thespian member arrows, since the Thespians robabiy will not vote for ait nltlate if he knows that the in- mate witt rwt be trifling to ft* ftpond to any drama need! the rrwipe may ask of him, "The Ewttttfon of the Function" was the topic of Dr. Sidney Solomon's Hi*, which was given to Mr, Kenneth Smith's physiology classes Tuesday. Dr. Solomon is a professor at the medical school at Albuquerque, New Mexico. Dr. Solomon stated, "Biology is very simple." He then went on to explain that there are three questions a biologist must ask himself when he is study* ing a particular organ. These questions are (1) what is it? (2) What does it do?, and (3) How does It do It? The Importance of the balance ilrd, end mtn, maintain .the ft{* School Menus ^k^^a^ ^^te ti^UgUfcB ^ .ft. j- ^a£H^Z)]Jf V -j&^~ KKRrey WR SRBWfi* Df# ,«, tffrj j, jfl-^lfe^li^HtA. inf nreniora w _______ _______ certain inlfflm, weft ss fpwh with' between th§ suit nfid wsf* r Uim rilfrij Afed" AfIfra aAfc ifr anna BOD airecieu For further tef ested students may con Susan Wright, making* Deadline for the course will be May that time, a 15.00 ftfii r content. Public School Menus MONDAY Barbecue beef, steamed rice, buttered green beans, half pint milk, rolls^butter, cherry cobber. TUESDAY Lasagne, parsley buttered carrots grapefruit and apple salad, half pint of milk, rolls-butter, coconut ice box pie. WEDNESDAY Pigs In blanket, pinto beans, buttered spinach, half pint of milk, and brownies. THURSDAY Meat ball stew, mixed vege- .ables, cole slaw, corn bread- butter, half pint of milk, jello- whipped cream. FRIDAY May Day sack lunch. Socred Heort Menu MONDAY Hamburger on bun, relish creamed carrots, sugar plum pudding, and milk. TUESDAY Baked ham and split pea cassarole, tossed salad, hot roll and butter, applesauce, and milk. WEDNESDAY Sliced turkey, mashed potato es and gravy, blackeyed peas hot rolls and butter, fruit cup milk. THURSDAY No school. FRIDAY Fish sticks, peas and carrots tossed salad, hot rolls and butte rice pudding and milk. "Tht kfcftey serves , r ectlvt; structure to keep the itil* sal front poisoning hitfitwi fnffi his own waste produoU," itlted Or, Solomon, , Students were encouraged to Ask questions at any tint dar- ng Dr. Solomon's lecture so as o get a dearer understanding of the points which were pre- ented. The physiology students had just completed a unit of ludy on the kidney. "Operation Mirror, Mirror," n which girls from CHS will tart two weeks of self-improve* fee must be paid* For Better Performance-? Gasoline Motor OH Butane & Propone Lubricants CLOVIS OIL CO. i Clevis. N. 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