Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 17
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 17

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 15, 1966
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Womens News CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, Sunday, May 15, 1966, Page 17 ClovisGirl Wed InMayCeremony Nuptial vows were exchanged recently at Parkland Baptist Church uniting Terry Elaine McMillan and Joe W. Weathersby. Rev. Herbert Bergstrom presided. Terry is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. F. McMillan, 410 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED — Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rudolph of 2109 Linda Lane, Del City, Okla., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherry Rudolph of 1530 Wyoming, Apt. 1 in Las Cruces to James G. Seckler, son of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Seckler of Sunnyvale, Calif. The couple will be married June 4 at 7 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church of Clovis. The bride attended Cottey College, received her BA in Music from the University of Washington and is presently studying for her Masters at N.M. State University. Her fiance received his BS in Civil Engineering from Stanford University, will receive his Masters in July and will continue study for his Doctor of Science at NMSU. Coed Awarded Scholarship For Design A 1965 graduate of Clovis High School, Miss Nancy Jane Steele, has been awarded a scholarship in theatrical costumingg Okoboji Lake, Iowa. Miss Steele, the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Steele of 908 W. 13th, is currently attending Stephens College for Women at Columbia, Missouri and is majoring in fashion design with an accent on theatrical costuming and set design. The scholarship was awarded by the school and will pay all expenses for Miss Steele from June 26 through August 29. She will receive nine hours credit for her work at the Summer Theater. The scholarship was awarded on the basis of her talent in her chosen field and will aid her In teaching design upon completion of her education. Sorority Wins Bid For State Confab Twelve girls, representing three of the four chapters of Beta Sigma Phi in Clovis, attended the state convention in Santa Fe recently. Santa Fe had tnuch to offer for over four hundred women attending the convention, ' Forums, banquets, interest- Ing programs and a guided tour of their city was enojoyed by all. One of the highlights of t h e convention was a program presented at the Sunday morning •breakfast by the "Silent Singers", from the New Mexico School for the Deaf. "The Pure- tones", adult volunteers, provid- ed the vocal background for six teenage students from the school To all there it was a very in- spring program given by these young men and women from many parts of New Mexico. Clovis girls left with the hope of having the 1967 State convention here. All were dressed in Western attire throughout the convention. A mock newspaper with letters from different organizations and individuals in Clovis, encouraging Beta Sigma Phi's from all over the state, to "Come to Clovis in "67", was distributed to all 400 girls. At the closing Breakfast, Sunday morning, Jeanie Matthews, assisted by the other eleven girls, presented a monologue in the form of an invitation: western style. The shooting of guns, the riding of stick horses, the enthusiasm of the people of Clo vis and the promise of a better State Convention must have been convincing for in May 1967, Clovis will find several hundred Beta Sigma Phis and their husbands, from all over the state of New Mexico invading their motels, restaurants and shop ping facilities, looking for the better hospitality the girls here in Beta Sigma Phi have offered them Lea Street. Joe is the son of S.M. Sgt. and Mrs. J. W. Wealhersby. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a taffeta MR. AND MRS. JOE WEATHERSBY Language Department Has Lasf Year// Meef The Language Activation DC-[meeting until September, partment of the Clovis Women's I These ranged from "doing gown, fashioned with n sweetheart neckline with seed pearls. The bodice and long pointed sleeves were fashioned of nylon lace with matching lace panels in the skirt. The bride carried a bouquet of white miniature roses on a white Bible. Her elbow length veil was draped from a French c r o w n of seed pearls and laco. The brides' ensemble was completed by the traditional blue garter and pennies minted in the birth year of the couple. Mrs. Billy Newcomb served as the bride's attendant, wearing a pale pink dress with matching lace coat and whlmsey. Sho carried a single pink carnation with ribbon streamers. Best man was Ray Stewart, friend of the groom. Don Finley mid Billy Newcomb served as ushers. Carmen Miller presided at the Bride's Book. Among the registering guests were the bride's maternal grandmother and grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. Farris J. Terry of Shallowater, Tex. Cousins, Mrs. Arvetta Lewis. Lubbock and Mrs. Jeanine Smith of Tahoka, Tex.; also brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. McMillan. Kathy and Butch of Phillips, Tex. A reception was held for the attendants and relatives immediately after the ceremony in the home of the bride's parents. TO WED — Mr. and Mrs. John Fury of Grady announce ' the engagement and approaching marriage of their" daughter, Josephine Leona. to Michael Vernon Lix, aon' ' of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lix of Wright, Kan. The couple* will be married at 11 a.m. May 28 in the Sacred Heart* Church of Clovis. All friends and relatives are invited to $ attend the ceremony and reception, Miss Fury, a gradti- R Sr, of J 3 , 1 i ady Highi Is now a i unior at St. Mary of the- S?IS n^Pt?, D °2Pl City ' Kan ' Lix ' a F adua * e <* St.; Mary of the Plain High School, will graduate from col-; lege this spring with a degree in business adminlstra- '"•- Cov/8e//es Plan Beef Suppe itnl Pnu-'Rollntf *v»rt*4.««.r»:iiT^_£A__ *-,• . — . * * Cattle Capital CowBelles met in the home of Mrs. Harold Thomas for their monthly luncheon. Mrs. Travis Nuckols and tee; Bill Patton. Chairman, Eula Grady, Mrs. Benny Fulgham, Mrs. Kenneth Cook and Mrs. Frank Crenshaw. Publicity Com- King, Mrs. H. L. Thomspon, Mrs. E. H. Chick, Mrs. Edna Paul, Mrs. Eva Burgess Smith and Mrs. Ken White. CowBelles were urged to gti Mrs. D. D. Farmer assisted jmitteef Florence Jones, "chair- a hS c h ° ° ' Mrs. Leonard Haws, Mrs. Arch- New business was brought be- ub met recently for it's annualinothing, holding do ring dinner and installation of|ta!;ing workshops r "icers at the Silver Grill. The Porlales and travel! Club spring officers at the Silver Grill. The table was decorated with Iris and miniature flower vases fill- with permanent flowers which was Mrs. Olive Frear's gift to us. Twelve members and one ?uest, Mrs. Tom Grady, who is the new Clovis Woman's Club President, \vc-s present. The •?roup was saddened to learn hat one of the members, Mrs. \nna Cook Beavers was in the lospital at Amariilo. The group sent her a gift. Mrs. F r e a r, the out - going Chairman, conducted the instal- ation ceremony. The officers installed who will serve for two years were Mrs. A'illard Nixon, chairman: Mrs. Lois Barrington, secretary-treas- irer; Miss Mamie B r o i 1 e s, telephone chairman; Mrs. Clem Collins, reporter. Mrs. Frear will serve as program co-ordinator. Roll call was answered with 'What's Cooking" with each holding down the job, at Taos and r*t~t,~- T-. 7 —-"•• --••««• iy ,ia. jjcuuam naws, ivirs. Arcn- Cafeter.a. Each member is to io Baker, Mrs. Bob Harper and prepare a favorite beef recipe Mrs. Charlie Baxter ° serve at the supper. Vegt- Floral ables, dessert and a drink yon." ets are selling for $1.00 each and table decoration Mrs Jack *• c<v fore the organization and discussed and the meeting adjourned. The Club has many programs and mav be purchased from any this past year including travelo gues with slides from Mrs. Lela Hose on Okinawa, Hawaii and India. Mrs. Maria Gadry gave a Uilk with slides on Plymouth, Mass., for Thanksgiving. Al Christmas A. V. Wall gave us Christmas Music. Capt. Gene Ainsworth gave a talk with slides from Viet Nam, Mrs. Lois Harrington gave a word study of her trip to Mexico. Dr. George Prothro ?ave a talk and slides on his trip to India. Miss Mamie Broiles gave an Easter Story in April. At each meetins the croup has answered roll call with varioi' quotations, bits of wisdom or favorite famous character. The remainder of the evening was spent in selecting hostesses for the coming year and planning programs, which will vary from book reviews, current happenings and travelogues from member telling her plans for tliepeople who go places of interest summer since this is the lastthis summer. c °wBelle member. , r . , . , _- ' Klebold, Mrs. J. C. Promotion packets for groctry i- stores and restaurants will be ^distributed among the mem. Thomas, bers for local and area distri- - -1 i • —» »«*,*•*. w**u «** ca D. farmer, and Mrs. button at the next monthly ,„.*,«*„ w—,.- Hog .l Jnjr which is t() ^ hejd * t 2, Mekose SORORITY — These western cut - ups were responsible in part for the success of the location of the Beta Sigma Phi State Convention in Clovis next year. Kneeling, left to right, are Gail Kinyon, Joy Gentry on the 'horse* and Jeannie Matthews. Back row, from left, are Betty Echols, Pi Ann Wallace, Cathy Eastham and Sue Fulgham. (Staff Photo by Jmo- gene Baumgart) Coed Named Mademoiselle Representative UNIVERSITY PARK - Miss Sherry Linda Rudolph of Clovis has been selected as MADEMOISELLE MAGAZINE'S Campus Marketing Representative for New Meixco State University. As a marketing representative. Miss Rudolph conducts research projects for the magazine which reflect opinions of a cross-section of the women on campus. She also gives parties or teas in connection with many of the projects and receives $1.50 per hour for the time she spends on each project. Miss Rudolph is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. J. Rudolph fif 2109 Linda Lane, Del City. Oklahoma. A graduate secretar- WSCS Eech New Officers The Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met Thursday for their last meeting of the year, for a 9 a.m. brunch in the Youth Building with Circle 1, Mrs. Joe Fischer, chairman, as guests of the morning. The other four circle chairmen were in charge of the coffee , which was attended by approximately 70 members and guests. j The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Guy Smith president. After reports by all of the officers on their years work, special mem- iberships were presented to Mrs. jial education student at State, she received her Bachelor of 1 Arts Degree from the University of Washington in 19(64. Miss, jKudoli-h is a i960 graduate of] i Clovis High School. Smith, Mrs. Karl Kramer, Mrs. C. 0. Greene, and Mrs. Ruth Mack. The group then adjourned to the Chapel where Mrs. Ralph Siler installed the new officers. The new officers are Mrs. Guy Smith, president; Mrs. C. 0. Greene, vice-president; Mrs. Lyle Walker, secretary; Mrs. R. L. Keeter, treasurer; Mrs. Richard Doran, CRS; Mrs. Sam Pipkins, secretary program materials; Mrs. J. L. Norris, secretary missionary education; Mrs. John Stagner, secretary of membership cultivation; Mrs. Roy Dodson, spiritual life; Mrs. F. M Caldwell and Mrs. G. B. Oetkin, Mrs. Vern Wagner, secretary supply work; Mrs. C h e s t e r Hunker, local church activities: Chairman of various commit (See WSCS Pa|e 80 Miss Patterson To Be New Rainbow Assembly No. 8 Head Linda Patterson daughter of ills Patton; Nature, Linda Gib- Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Patter son. (son; Immortality, Tammy Bick- Jr will be installed as Worthy j ley; Fidelity, Jane Winkles' Pa- Advisor of Assembly No. 8 this ;triotism, Canute Madery; and afternoon at the Masonic Hall.Service, Detra Conweil. at 2 p - m - I Confidential Oberver will be . Outer Observer, Debbie Glidewell, Choir director, Nancy Miller, musician, Vickie Wall and Choir members, Jen... (JraHeoson and Janice Henson. The public is invited to attend the installation. Miss Patterson has chosen pink carnation as her flower j "I Believe" will be her song,' the white dover her symbol and i • « ,, Psalms 23 as her scripture. Her ^ e Star ^. colors will be pink and white. Her officers will be Gay Lynn Strawn, Worth Associate advisor; Ginger Hinderliter, Charity; Pat Banister, Hope; Gloria Tip- toa, Faith; Linda Hinds, treasurer; Jenna Carson, recorder; Barbara Perkins, Chaplin; Virginia Reid, Drill Leader. Offices in the bow will be Love. Vickie Hill; Religion, Phil- JUNE BRIDE -~ Mr. and Mrs. Billy E. Borcten of Efpaso announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Sharon Gail, to JJonald Powell Boydstun, son of Mrs' Powell Boydstun of Clovis and the late Mr. Boydstun' Miss Borden will graduate from Eastwood High in El Paso and Boydstun is a 1962 graduate of Clovis High currently employed by a local trucking firm. The couple will he wed at 7:30 p.m. on June 4th in the Highland Baptist Church of Clovis. All friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend the weddin* and the reception which will follow in the fellowship hall Rosedale WSCS Meets BOSEDALE (Special) )-W.S. C.S-, Missionary Society of Rosedale Methodist Church met Monday morning 9 a m. for t h e i r regular meeting at the church. I Mrs. J. 0. Wood was in charge I of the mission study book, which was a continuation of "Missions *»*!» ») Piano Students To Give Recital Piano students of Mrs. Noma Prothro will close their sMSi of annual spring recitali this af» ternoon at the Central Bao&ft Church, Eighth and matte. IT* program is divided lato three parts. —»w At 1:45 those playiag are? ly Chapman, Jimmy Misser, ren Ellison, Donna Ellison. McKinney, Ruth Hefner, Hall, toe Branttofl, Teresa gap, ard, Suze Lambert, Jannie Sea, ver, Galen Gisler, Jimmy Bra* don, Kristi Messer aj& Fraley. At 1:45 those Jody Beaver, Sheri Snipes, Charles Hargrove, liaa KMafl, Peggy Rod sie J**son, Usa Prothro ami Uanna Playing §| 3:45 will fa* iwl lit* wflf i| t soto*

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