Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 18
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 18

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 15, 1966
Page 18
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Sttnday, May 18, Women's ^C/uS Officers /nsfo/led S«v«f Grill, reeeatty tor a Jn Sftd iMstAllatlofi of of- tor llftlMft year Guests fig Wefe Mfs. Raymond J»«SltetMi» Past N.M.F of W.C. lent, Mfs, Dan Filkins. _ Recortling Secretary from V'Mtt.'WUftr Bsx, First Ctab met ailed wefe : Mrs. torn Gfady, presldefit; Mrs. Denton Lambert, first vfee-president; Mrs. John Robinson, second vice-president; Miss Mamie Broiles, recording secretary; Mrs Sumner Davidson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. C. Kelso, treasurer; <mra. ntuiei DUX* r 11 »i Mrs. Phil Crystal, reporter; and Indent of Thttd District | Mrs. 15. J, Frear, parliarnen- """ "~ " * itarlan. Ray- A corsage of American Beauty Texas, installing officer Mrs. Pendleton, installed the of- 4 fleers with a beu ceremony. She :- presented each Incoming officer 4* with a Turkish bell and thank- Roses was presented to the incoming president. Mrs. Tom Grady, by Mrs Jack Copeland from Tom Grady with "love ed each ofle for accepting the'and respect for her new posi- r««TwmstbilHy place- on her for;lion." the ensuing year; Those install-! Mrs. Ken White reported a new organiallon now being organ!ed in Cuffy County, the Community Action Program. Mrs. Albert Vohs was elected Womans' Hub Representative to the Board of Governors of CAP. A gift was presented to the outgoing president, Mrs. Wallace Orvvin from the club. Gifts were presented by Mrs. I Tom Grady. to Mrs. Pendleton. • Mrs Filkins and Mrs. Hix, along with Road Runner Pins to be worn with their badges to the 'Geneal Federation of Womans | Club Conventions in Chicago. i Members voted to present a : U. S. vSavings Bon' 1 . •> ;,± ^.[. standing senior student and four Music Awards to outstanding choral students at Clovis High School. Membership chairman f o r Third District, Mrs. Walter Bix, urged members to go all out and help enlarge District Three 'membership this year. | A special display of favors ifrom state convention in Carls- ibad was shown to the mem- ibers and guests '•• The floral arrangements were made by Mrs. E. J. Frear and |Mrs. Willard Nixon I Favors on the table were contributed by the community mer- ENMU Sorority Officers Chosen A CloViS girl has been chosen Heglin, daughter of Mr. and' Included in forty Eastern Now Mr. and Mrs. Frank Browfi, 88 secretary of the Eastern New Mrs. Lewis Heglin will serve as Mexico University co-eds, four Marilyn Sanders,^ daughter of Mexico University Rays. Kathy secretary of this honorary and Clovis girls have heon selected ;Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sanders service "sorority for sophomore Included with Miss Heglin are and Cindy Thomas, daughter of girls. Francella Brown, daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas. ,1 Other officers of the sorority •;-•! are: Jeanne Stokes, President; j Linda James vice president; Niki Benet. treasurer, Officers will go to the national convention in Denver. Colorado, June 13 through 19 This chapter will be called Spurs after it goes to the convention in June and membership into the sorority requires that its members excel scholastically, be dependable, parti- !participate in university activi- jties. have personal integrity and , willingness to give time in ser;Vice to others. KATHY Brownies Meet Thursday. Brownie Troop 7(i. uncier tie o! M i s. Henline and Mrs. Gilliland entertained tne girls mothers at the Coko Party. The girls presented their mothers with hand iiia,a> paper teapots to hold tra- ;ding stamps. ! The following girls received ; their Brownie I'iy-Lp win^s: : ! Sheila Bawconu Sueannc Brown. Sherry Neielson, Debra Norvell. Rebecca Lovegrove. Candace Diana Wail, and Kim The other girls were their I year Brownie Star. ' j The following Saturday, t h e ; troop took a train trip from' Clovis to Purtales. On May 12. Mrs. Dunlap's Junior Scout troop OS will entertain Troop 90 thnd graders, at the Sandia school, following the regular j Brownie meeting. A cook-out at 'HilJcrest park will be held on | May 24. with all the girls par- iticipating in the arrangements. iMrs. Wall will assist the leacl: ers. CINDY THOMAS FRANCELLA BROWN Enconfo Club Holds Wild Hot Festival' Phillips, Thomas. Hats decorated with edible and artificial fruits, flowers and vegetables created a colorful and feslivt air for Kncanto Gar- i den Club's annual luncheon held recently at the home of Mrs. S. K. Nell. Imaginations soared, and the ingredients for a tossed salad were seen on several original creations. Onion shoots, radishes, lettuce leaves, and red cabbage leaves were used beautifully. Others selected fruits, iris and iris leaves and other flowers for adornment. Following the lunceon, a short business meeting was conduct- ed. Mrs. J. A. Ward gave a report of the recent District meeting held in Tucumcari. Mrs. .1. A. Burran, special guest and District 111 Director] for the New Mexico Garden : Clubs, presented a review of| the State Board Meeting and; Beautification Luncheon she at-i tended April 20 in Santa Fe. \ At the conclusion of the meet- ins, the twenty-two members present exchanged plants had brought. Mrs Calvin Meiiirrjun willj ; have the June meeting, with "Fundamentals of Flower Ar- rangin.c;" as the program. j MARILYN SANDERS Extension Club Meefs OFFICERS — The new officers of the Clovis Women's Club are, left to right, Mrs. John Robinson, second vice- president; Mrs. E. C. Kelso, treasurer; Mrs. Tom Grady, president; Mrs. Den ton Lambert, first vice-president; and Mrs. Phil Crystal, reporter. Not shown is Miss Mamie Broiles, recording secretary and Mrs. Sumner Davidson, corresponding secretary. (Staff Pnoto by Imogene Bauin- gart) Brownie Troop 141! from High- and School, rei-entl; IH.IIOIV : , their Mothers wit'.i a Tea. a' Kinpswoo ! Church The t'irls presented their mothers with haii'l nade '.'ifis. Mrs. Benie Ferguson presented a program. showing slides, and discussed the established camp and day- camping programs schedules for this area. Cookies, punch and candy were served by the girls. The Liberty Kxtcnsio-i Clul' met recently in the home o 1 Mrs. W. L.' Nelson. 1120 Fas* Second Street. Mrs. Loyd Tliur man. President, presided nvei the business meeting. Mrs Charlie Brads, Seeretarv, read the minutes of the previous meeting. There was a discuaiiion llomemakers College to be held in June. There were two guests at the Mrs. Ollie Mae Rob•:'>'! a:v| Mr-. J»h:< 11. ^T !l! ,l•e. Antin(|iiing of flowers was the 'O'.'r.'n') ^'iven by t!ie I'ro'-rani >i'Mnit!ee Mrs. !.. M. Irwin. ^!i's. M-\e Long and Mrs. \V. . L. Xel.soti. ; The ne\t nieetin" will be I'ri- 1 (lav in the borne of Mrs. T. Iv Weir, 1201 Kast Grand. Drift-; wood will be the program for; j the meeting. Refreshments were', served by the hostess. Up And Down The Street A daughter was born May II to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cresap formerly of Clovis, now living in Chugiak. Alaska. The baby u'rl weighed eight pounds two and one-half ounces and was named Christina Lucille. Thomas is now teaching school in Chugiak and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J H. Cn-sap of 110") Hom-her The mother is the former Marcrlla Villa, daughter of Air. and Mrs. Tony Villa of 282C tii'in: Drive. ^''•••-. Albert Vohs and Mrs Mi'lar.i' 1 Mandoll will leave Sat- urdu\ for Dallas where they wil' attend confirmation services foi Mr. Mandell which will be held the 2(5th of Mav. ne\v... the total swim IOOKS of She-shells for surf and see! Salty looks! Saucy looks! Sissy looks! With Tops 'n Totes to prove the topless look Js out ... the total look i jln. 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