Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 19
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May 15, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 19

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Donee School Presents Annual Recife/ Whitmore School of Dancing'of the train window you will present its annual recital!see will ]Krista Bucklaw and Cindy Far- T , .. •-- — "Booglie Wooglie Piggie"jkas are hostesses. Mary Lee i' naay at Marshall Jr. High Aud-idone by Erna Lyn Hedrick while Mr-rchant shows itorium at 7:30 p.m. The title I Jill Butler, Debbie McKinney, "Old Soft Shoe" of the revue is inent Train". how to do the _„,, then Sara Hass, The Entertain-iWathpn St. Clar, and Suzanne Kim Abshere, Lisa Villard, Lin- iBonner say "You'll Just Have t ( A 11 » 1 »» ».* w111 IV i ijc* j i \'v\ 11 M v*,31 * *«.;'» v- AM Aboard is presented byito Settle For Us". Next on the I ma Isaacs, Lisa Williams, Lin-jhorizon is "The Pink Panther" da Ware. Sara Hass. Kim Ab-;done by Sherri Grant, shere Lisa Villard, Vanessa Vil-i The train rounds the bend and ard, Lindy Farkas, Krista Buck-Jarrives in "Mobile" where Pam- law, and Pamela Lawrence. Out'ela Lawrence, Vanessa Villard, da Ware, Lisa William". T i ti a Isaac say "Let Me Entertain You." Noting the beaut;- of the Southern Belles is Cindy Wallace doing "Ain't She Pretty". The McKinney, Debbie Howard, Tina Hughes, Kelly Mol, Susan Jones and Vlcki Maize. "1 Didn't Know What Fun Was", says Connie Whitmore. The journey continues with "Hollywood Here We Come" with March McKinney, Lisa McKinney, Lena Watson, Rhonda Walls, Hampton Merriman, Oe"Dungaree polls" are Leigh Ann na Jameson, Elizabeth Rushton, Gunnels, Lisa Caroland, Celia'and Tamye Pierce. Terry Warnica has ""That Old Feeling" as Debbie Howell, Mike Williams and Kathy Jolly do "Jimmy Crack Corn Boogie". Nancy Likins is that "Girl From Ipanema." Traveling on up thc coast to "San Francisco" are Vicki Maize, Susan Jones, Kelly Mol, Tina Hughes, Debra Howard, Celia McKinney. Lisa Williams, Leigh Ann Gunnels. "Jeepers Creepers" is presented by Janie Duke and Donna Ware. "Sixteen Tons" is done by Kathy and Pat Brack, Phyllis and Karen Jackson, Julie Turner, Debbie Charbonneau and Dcbra Carder. Krista Bucklaw and Cindy Farkas show "Futuristic Rhythm" and "Kansas City" is given by Erna Lyn Hedrick, Terry Warnica, Connie Whitmore, Cin- ly Wallace, Sherri Grant, Nancy Likins and Mary Lee Marchant. "Roop Boop A Doo" is danced by Suzanne Bonner, Jill Butler, Debbie McKinney and Wathen St Clar, and "Winnetka" is done by Kathy Jolly, Donna Ware, Janie Duke, Alike Williams and Debbie Howell. Pat Brack, Kathy Brack, Julie Turner, Phyllis Ann Jackson, Karen Jackson. Dcbra Carder and Debbie Charbonneau take us next to "Big D" where March McKinney, Lisa McKinney, Lena \Vatson, Rhonda Walls, Hampton Merriman, Elizabeth Rushton, Gena Jameson and Tamye Pierce do "What D'Ya Think". Erna Lyn Hed rick, Terry Warnica, Mary Lee Merchant, Cindy Wallace, Sher ri Grant, Nancy Likins and Connie Whitmore do "St. Louis Blues". The end of the journey is 'Westword Ho" featuring the 'Little Indians" and "Indian Maidens." The "Prairie Flowers" are in bloom and the "Bunnies" scamper through them as the "Prairie Shadows" are deepening. Of course in the west one must have the "Barnyard TffREE YEARS OLD — Little Miss Robbie Leann Morrow, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morrow of Clovis celebrated her third birthday recently. She is the granddaughter of Mr. Leo Morrow and Sherman, all of Clovis. She is the great - granddaughter of R. C. Mills of House. Carver Librar For the next two weeks Carver will feature books for Senior citizens. Come toy and ww what we have. Even though you art not now a settlor citizen you will be sometime. Reading books aboal their problems may help you Id understand now and to adjust when your turn comes later. NOT A aOUb IN TOE SKY is a novel. The year is 1975, when all U.S. Citizens t sixty five are legally compelled to retire from active life and live on suburban reservations maintained for their special safety, convenience, and happiness. Ramps instead of stair cases, slowly mourning sidewalks, aural as well as visual traffic warnings, ^u& du^^^^k CLuViS clal workers eager bent on brighten- and Mrs. j Robert! DANCERS — Among the students participating in the 'Entertainment Train' presented by Whitmore School of Dancing are, back row left to right, Nancy Likins, Mary Lee Marchant and Sherri Grant. Front row, from left, are Cindy Wallace, Erna Hedrick, Connie Whitmore and Terry Warnica. The group will be presented Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Marshall Auditorium. Free Admission. (Staff Photo) For Two Weeks Only Beautiful Translucent Authentic* Gardeners Plan Meet ing life for "Ow AgwT are tt» otthjr if fits day in TUs&fftlf Acres, The book is sprinkled with satirical humor, but be- rteeui the levity an indignant voice i* speaking out against considering people I» groups or under labels, ami against self- appointed do-gooders whose activities curtail ffeettom, inter" fere with privacy, and affront the dignity of the individual. This is a book pre-sentor ettl zens will enjoy as well as their elders. Those who enjoyed Dyke man's THE TALL WOMAN will want to read her THE FAR FAMILY. The brothers and sisters of (he Thurston family, separated by the paths their various lives have taken, return to no tmee t h e approachWtt their home county in a south- mar tiage of their tlaiigftten ern mountain region to aid one unA& t to Clifford Lewis, *0tt of the brothers suspected of a of Mr> and Mrg c A j^, ^^^S^S^' * Receda, Calif. The cSjte will be married Tuesday tn a recently appointed U, S, senator who is facing thc compromises and important decisions that such a career requires. the home of the bride's pa rents at 1121 West Street at 6 p.m. All friends and relatives of the couple are Invited to attend. From thc family crisis he re_,._,. - . , turns to Washington at the p ( :d The Garden Department o of thc , lovd ^ a ncw um|cr . the Clovis Women s Club w i I standin of personal ln , Jgr ,, y . mnnf nl O'I5 n m Thni*a>ln«r In _, . B • This is a story for women. THE MAN WITH THE CALABASH PIPE, by Oliver La Fargo is a collection of his choice col- co- umns taken from the Santa Fn New Mexicnn.Delighlful reading,!Methodist Church m'et~May lite they reveal La Farge's' thoughts! the home of Mrs A L LaRae about the local scene, anthropol-; with Mrs. I. J GilHJand a n«l fcrcnt florists in thc Clovis area;ogy. Indians, literature, a n d'[Mrs. J. T Elmore as assistant meet at 9:15 a.m. Thursday In the home of Mrs. Jack Cope land at 128 Yucca. Mrs. Paul Albright and Mrs. Orville Spahr will act as hostesses for the meeting. The group will tour thc iiif- Class Installs New Officers The Friendship Class of First and all members are invited to attend the meeting. Social Calendar BIRTHDAY GIRL — Little I Miss Tina Kaye Brown,! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | Gerald Brown of 1819 Ross.i Club luncheon and regular meet- TUESDAY 11:30 a.m. — Junior Women's celebrated her fourth birth- i day recently. Tina Kaye is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Polk of Portales. (Staff Photo) ing at the home of Mrs. Gerald many other topics. Much of his Reritlt! irony is uttered through flic mouths of invented friends, the learned bachelor with the calabash pipe, and Horned Husband Kachina Chief WITH A PINCH OF SIN is aj biography which gets its name from a saying of the old grandfather: "Life is a kind of stew and. ... it goes better with a pinch of sin. Not too much, mind you, just a pinch. The author says of his child- Gunnels, J640 Courtland Circle, j \\ Q \& that it was "a time of THURSDAY 9:15 a.m. — Garden Department of Women's Club at 128 Yucca with Mrs. Jack Copeland. peace, dominated more or less by God and thc Methodists!" ' We have enjoyed two classes hostesses. Twenty members were present. Mrs. Pauline Bi*- om. President presided at the business meeting, hearing the yearly reports of officers arid committees. The following list of officers for the new year were instated by Mrs. Pauline Bloom; The installed officers; Mrs. R. Keeter, teacher and Mts., McGee, assistant teacher; A. L. .LaRue, President and Mrs. Arno Rodes, Vice President; Mrs. C. C. Carpenter, Secretary and Mrs. Alice Robinson, Assistant Secretary; Mrs. 7 p.m. in home 1205 East 10th. FRIDAY ! We hope we soon begin to re 7:30 p.m. — Whitmore School teive some pioneer reminsl Mrs. Mozer's second grade andi Hertbert Slkes > Treasurer; Mrs. . . _ ~ . 'C I Wli44n** Hl«Ml»4r nu.l fcjf..*. — B'Abyad Nile Club|f rom Eugene Field this week, of Lula Mae Sims at Mrs. McGeehee's first grade. Band". There is no admission charge and thc public is invited to attend this one hour tour of enter-! 0 f Dance Recital at Marshall Au-!cences. We will type them and tainment. ditorium. file them in a locked cabinet. ies. !S. L. Sutter, pianist and Mrs. Tom Seery, assistant pianist; Mrs. Edna McReynolds, Social Secretary and Reporter. The hostesses served refreshments of punch and small cak- A deTcate simplicity type decoration with tlue« ur.all n)i« rose sera/i. 5*pc. 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