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Valley Weekly Express (Newspaper) - November 9, 1956, Albuquerque, New Mexico Vol.~^"lfo^"-"r-~ ' /"" tftfvember '9J8hri-966 ~ ""* \j ; ' "^PAGE. ONE '�THIS and THaIw written for you each week by Pat 'Pending will "be found--i� next week's - Issue, From all reports, he took off for the hills to ttunt Just like a lot' of other fclks we know. We have a hunch there aren' t going to be enough deer to go around!*: what with EVERYBODY out on the prowl I HEW 4~H CLUB IS FORMED FOE ESTANCL*, VALLEY She Estancia \ junior and senior boys;' net in the County. Agent's office* on November 5th to organize . tte;'4*B'Club>v'The members dedided to name the club the Chllili 4-H Club. The-, following officers were elected! President - -Charles". Gorbinj -5 ,.yice~ P resident'-- Leo Padilla; Secretary-Treasurer - Jofecn R. Spruill; . Recreation . Leader - Don Corbin, Jr.; Song.. Leader - Charles Ta-f oya; '* Reporter - David Cjorbini Leader - Russell Mc^drmtck. '::, Y... 'Jhe Torrance County 4-H Clubs plan to enter a team in livestock and grass judging at the Southwestern Livestock Show in El Pasri, February 4-10* The Chili 11 4-H Club hopes to have members on this team. MondayI November 19th, was the date set for the next e>lub meeting* (Reported by David Corbin and Leo Padilla) CARUIVAL'^E^ Carnival Queens for the Moriarty schools are as follows: From the Grade School! Linda Xaye-Harris and escort J.B. Tate, from the. ihird Grade. Junior High School:-. Patsy Williams and escort Pat Morrison, from the Seventh Grade, High.School*. Evelyn McComb and escort Randy Morrison, f rom the Sophomore Class. .! TWO MILLION POUNDS OF POTATOES j By J.Y. 'Simons ! I stopped by the Gault I Potato Company'a new stor-I age house in Moriarty the ; other day and saw a sight : that really amazed me-al-: most; 2,000,000 pounds of � potatoes already in bins, \ with another 1,000,000 ex-! pected before 'the week was j out. You know something? : That's a lot of potatoes! The building is. nearing j completion, and . grading- ' ! machines will-be installed j soon. Construction work ! has already ,
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