Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 21
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May 15, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 21

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Aucutt Donee School Presents Annual Recital Billie Joan Aucutt will present her dance recital "Showtime" : Tuesday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m.' in the Marshall Auditorium.! There is tio charge and the pub- : lie is invited. The 1-hour program will consist of IP p. ballet, and jazz. The following students will participate: Becky Stebbins. Debra Wilks, Diane Dusan. Tina Middleton. Robbie Echols, Jan rl r.im Riclu- liams, Brewe Dug; n tion Also ford. ( Matthews. Cyndy Mitchell, Su- Todd. Beth Ann Whitt, •minings, Shcryl S m i t n. Gravely. Becky Wil- Norvell, Teresa Cindy Fisher. D a n a Diann Reed, Terri \a- jiid Jeanine Matthews. Jerry Ricci, Diane Brad- indy Gilliland. Leslie Trip •Ic-tt. Sondra T'rummett. Tana :.Johnson. Vicki Vinson, Lrctra Loo Woodcock, Teresa Ilnrlon. I Belinda Barnes. Pe;.!ey Rodman. Thenl Saginavio. Lyn Barton. l.is Barton, Kecky Gbss, Bar- 1 hara Glass. Kathy Anderson. \o- Ireen Rogers, Sally Waters, .loan [ Kay Osborne. Belinda Jent/.en, Su/an Aucutt. Study Club Elects Heads WALCOTT (Special) - Alii officers of Simms Study Creft| rlub were returned for another term at the annual election Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Allen Ehresman was hostess in h e r home for the meeting. Mrs. J M. Boothe was named to serve again as president. Mrs. Emmett Young was reelected vice-president. Mrs. Leland Burns, secretary-treasurer. Mrs Robert Lloyd, parliamentarian and Mrs. Khresman reporter. Plans were made for closing (he club year with a trip to visit an iris garden at Canyon, then have lunch in Atnarillo on the next meeting date to be nounced later NEWSJ Sigma Chapter Honors Jane Harrington was hostess for the regular meeting of Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Thursday night. There were 24 members present. Jarwjl Mitchell received the honor of being named "Girl of the Year." She was presented with gift certificate from the chapter. Also recognized was Committee Chairman of the year, and receiving this honor was Jeanie Matthews, The Pledge of Affirmation was their fifsl year *s tttcthtHsfs of the Chapter. Those receiving this ttorts Ford. rfOffie/T>Q«efS McALISTER (Special) —Mrs. Dayton Harris was hostess to the Jordon Homemakers Club an- (Wednesday In an all day ses- jsion in her home. During the Mrs Terrell Hodges, present- day, members of the Club corned the program Wednesday, jpleted a quilt for the hostess. showing practical points in pack- The election of a new slate of She ! officers was held at this ing hags for family travel, uggested taking only essentials for any trip, especially by a i r where space is at a premium. Luggage for car and train tiavel, as well as plane, was packed in her demonstration, and she showed how to pack in layers to separate the clothing!the charter members are of various members of a fam- i attending. ily who may share use of a bag. Others present tor the program and meeting and refreshment period included Mrs. Roscoe I'innell. Mrs. Kdwin Morrison, Mrs. Charles Durham and Mrs. .lim Cavin. officers was held at this meeting. Mrs. Jack Akin was elected President, Mrs. Edith McWherter, vice-president, Mrs. Al Akin secretary, and Mrs. Bob Hcnd- rix, assistant secretary. The Club is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. Many of " still After the election of officers club members had pal revealing, and drew names for new pals for the coming year. wscs (Continued From ((•(>': were also nami Mrs. Coy Iv.-hnls. I Mi's. I. ,1. Gilliland, Visitors attending included Mrs. Ada Herron, Mrs. L. S. Kvitt, of Lubbock Tex. and Mrs. Annie Dillard. Page 17) •d. They tire nominating home circle: Mrs. Wrealhel Hendrix is scheduled to be hostess for the next meeting. RECITAL — Participating in the dance recital by Billie Joan Aucutt's School of Dance will be, seated, left to right, Belinda Jentzen, Sally Waters and Suzan AucuU. Standing, from left, arc Cindy Gilliland, Teresa Horton, Leslie Tripled,, and Joan Kay Osborne. (Stall Photo by Imogene Baum^arl) :Mrs. John Robinson and Mrs. [II. C. Hogcrs, hereavonient. I Circle Chtilrmen for t h e 'forthcoming year will be Mrs. Guy Faris. Mrs. R V. Galloway. "Mrs. Herbert Sikes, Mrs. Joe Fischer and Mrs. Adrcn Cunningham. CHECK CLASSIFIED ADS Donna Kilmer, and Lynn Rodgers . New officers for the coming year were installed by G a i I Kinyon, outgoing president. These new officers are, Cathy Easlham, President, Janei Mlt- chelf, vfcepfesldent. Donna Kelmer, recording secretary Joy Gentry corresponding secretary. Doris Ford, treasurer and Bunnie Brooks, reporter.! Cathy Eastham also named thej committee chairman and their i coworkers for the coming year.) It was announced that the re-j cipient of the scholarship fund! would be honored at the next j and final meeting of the chapter this year. The named of the! jClovis High School Senior Girl Ireceving this award was not; I available at this time. But ev-i t eryone will be notified by the! | telephone committee as soon as i the selection is final. Final plans for the bid to hold! • State Convention in Clovis in j 11967 were discussed. Those plan- j I ning to attend State Convention! I will give a skit to all state, i members of Beta Sigma Phi in; ,'Santa Fe, and make the bid for convention next year, given to five girls, completing ROSEDALE I (Continued From Page IT) : For Decisions". Mrs. Qiiention Cannon was in ' charge of the morning meciita- i tion period. Following the study refreshments of pound cake and coffee was enjoyed by Mrs. Gibbs Rucker, Mrs. Russell Harrington. Mrs. Quentioiv Cannon, Mrs. A. C. Johnston. Mrs. J. (). Wood and Mrs. W. T. Perry and one gtie.sl Mrs Ola Gu/m ttf Hawthorne. Nevada. Secret Fdls wcftf efyofilt cfirjoyiif tad been so nice t0 tncnl 9ft it the t v«.«. Donna Kilmer and Elaine HOT- of the •am, "AfthitectffirV* A ijoyable jwogram was to May Aftet GIFT SUGGESTIONS SLIPS JEWELRY GOWNS LINGERIE HOSE GLOVES ROBES BLOUSES DRESSES THE FASHION SHOP "*> Clean Puff Pointer ; firmly into skin and then dii.,t Powder applied with a clear off excess powder. Don't I or get puff gives a smoother, less-cak- to bfus:i eloUies 1o swislia\v.;y ed look to the complexion. Press unsightly spillover. Me/rose Club Holds Lost April Meeting The Melrose Industrial C 1 u b met for their last, meeting in April in the home of Mrs. Jack Simmons. Zone Stewart, president, presided over the business meeting at. which each member answered roll call with their favorite color for a bedroom. The club voted to donate five dollars to the fund for Girls State. Following the business meeting Geraldine Saunders of the home extension oliice gave a program on "Bedroom Beauty". Following this very interesting program the hostess serv- ed Refreshments to the c 1 u b members and guests. Mrs. Ty j ICobl) and Mrs. Geraldine Saun-i iders. | Tl^e first meeting for May was ; | held! in the home of Z o n a : Stewart. Mrs. Di-.ryl Warr 'brought the program following the business meeting. She niv-. sented a program on Driftwood, jby making live different ar- jrangements. Following the p r o- jgrani Mrs. Warren gave a talk | on the history of Melrose I her early childhood. Title next meotiivj will be in t,he home of Mrs. X e Simmons on Mav 17. held 1 i e Spring hairdos lean to t h e diekeyhird style, according to ;i national hairdressers' group. This lectures a small head look \\ilh sol:!'' w;..ved hair timt flips up into a crest on one .side. This can be high over one eye to balance the silhouette. 11 a i r is "waved" rather than cm-led. Reunion Held Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hutchison had a family reunion recently. Their daughter Mrs. Robert (Willa) Morris of Charleston, South Caiolina, wiiom the family hadn't seen in seven years attended the reunion. Will a spent several years as a WAF in the Air Corp and recently received a Military retirement due to an accident which occur- ed two and one-null' years ago. Other members of the furnlh and friends were pu-sent for the reunion. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY When you area young adult and hove to do a lot with a little money you need a sensible way to do if. Penney's pffers young people a charge service of their own Our Young Modern Chajge Service is designed for young people,like you who want to manage their credi|t to suit their income, You'll find it so flexible you can plan your payments to work with your cudget. Shop with your chaike card. When you are billed ypu decide if you wish to pay t|he entlri balance or make sn-ai'er monlh'y payments. For larger purchases of home fjrnishir.gs or appliances you may use Penney's T.me Payment Pian. 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