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   Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - July 27, 1936, Clovis, New Mexico                              PAGE FOUR NEW EVENING NEWSJOURNAC JULY SocialEvents NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO WOMEN READERS News Briefs Neely Hostess To Rainy Day Club Mason Neely of Claud opened her home to members and guests of the Rainy Day club last Wednesday for an allday Guests of the afternoon were Cora Spencer Billy and Oletta Marjorle Mable Dor othy Joe Geneva Allene Jean and Rosemary Juanlta and Wanda Don Don and Mary Lou Ida Mae Akers and Jimmye and Buster The members present were Bill Joe Frank John Forrest Cecil Vernon Welsh and who joined the club at this After devoting the morning hours to sewing and a delicious luncheon was enjoyed at wltn a short j business session In the atter The next meeting will be in tne home of Foy on August Roswell Man To Preach At Adventist Church Hingst Roswell will conduct Lutheran church services every two on Tuesday at at theSeventh Day Adventist corner of Rencher and Fifth A cordial invitation is extended to all Lutherans in and near Clovis to attend these FranklinBates Vows Spoken In Summer Miss Eulelia Bates and Frank both of were united in marriage Saturday in the home of Doberenz of that Metcalf of the Church of the Nazarene Jewel Fryar Becomes Bride Of Amarillo Man Miss Jewel daughter of Fred Pulliam of 610 Mitchell became the bride of Frank Wright of Amarillo in a simple ceremony Wed nesday it was announcedto For the past four Wright has been employed by the Standard Oil The bridegroom is affiliated with the Furr Food store in where the young couple will make their NEWS BRIEFS Clark Epperson was in Amarillo yes terday visiting and Wesley formerly of this Overton and Tyne Overton of El Yesp are in Clovis today attending to business Miss Dorothy Horton has returned to Clovis after visiting friends and relatives in Texas and Vaughter and daughters left Clovis yesterday for Amarillo to remain until Fay Towers has returned to her home in South after visiting her Harry and Fred Cofrin have re turned to Clovis from a vacation trip to Earnest Lance of the Safeway store has returned to his work after visiting the Centennial in and Troy Vance of 20 miles north ofMelrose announce the birth of twin sons Thursday Hugh Boyle and fam ily ofKenna left for their home Sat urday after visiting relatives here for several days and May of visited in the home of and Jesse May of 809 Connelly street over the week Mays and Green of were also house guests of their daughter and hus Tutting the Dog in Paris A Molyncux ensemble in brown j and white is worn by Madame JeanCharles The brown straw hat is rimmed with the fabric used at the sleeves and rcvcrs of the The Social CALENDAR The Ladles Auxiliary of the holding their regular mooting at 8 oclock tonight in the Veterans Junior Women meeting tonight at The place of mooting will be announced Good Fellowship class of the First Christian church meeting at church at oclock before going on to Hill crest for a watermelon Water melons have been arranged All members urged to be First Baptist meeting with Miss Phyllis G15 Sheldon at 4 oclock this Members urged to Wednesday Increased attendance at the Bible lesson worship at oclock Is ex Study will bo made of the six trials of led by Public is cordially nvitcd to and Robert Tiggs of Far well announce the birth of a Robert Saturday night at the Baptist and Koen were in Muleshoe yesterday visiting their daughter and and Julian Misses Geraldine and Garner John son have returned to their home in Clovis after spending the week end in and James Duncan and son of were in Clovis yesterday visiting Duncans sis ter and and George Tittcrington of Roy Clovis this week visiting Lillian Sargent and the Misses at 407 Connelly Forrest Guthrie of Albuquer que arrived inClovis today to visit her and and Roy Smith and son Reese left Clovis yesterday for Wich ita where they will remain for several Bonson Read and Charles While NewsJournal were in Santa Rosa over the week end on a fishing Claudia president of the state board of was in Vaughn today attending to business and John Connor and grandsons of were week end visitors in the home of Quails of Miss Bessie Lou Matthews of Cros arrived in Clovis yester day to spend the week as the house guest of Miss Jo Marie Carmack at 914 Miss Matthews and Miss Carmack were classmates at in FF EE MONDAY IS MY DAY I am a FREE no more Blue Mondays for me No more laboring over a steaming wash disgusted Then to think of hanging them on the line and ironing no wonder some women dread laundry days when it means this You too can be FREE if you wish When Complete Modern Laundry Service Costs So Does it Pay to Do Your Own Laundry Just Phone 48 CLOVIS STEAM LAUNDRY THE LAUNDRY DOES IT BEST Miss Joan who suffered severe arm injuries in a fall while playing in her home in Ima last is improving steadily at the Baptist Ruby Hedrick and Mar garet Button have returned to Clovis from points in Oklahoma where they have been visiting for the past several Weldon Farwell youth who received severe injuries to his right leg several days ago when he fell from a tractor at his home near Far is reported to be Boyd Coleman and son Tolbert and Miss Minnie Garrison returned to theit home in Lubbock yesterday after spending several days in Clovis with Lucy and Wesley Garrett of this city were in Tucumcari yesterday visiting Garretts brother and and Hutchins and Misses Minnie and Vivia Griner of Connelly street and Left wich of Mitchell street have returned totheir homes after a visit of several days Roy and Gene Caldwcli of well known cowboy radio was the houseguost of Miss Letha Good man for a few days the latter part and Ellis Green and Duke of nc compfihied and Wright of this city on a visit to the Carlsbad Bud son of and is greatly improved following a lengthy illness and a ton silectomy which he underwent last and Walter Reeves and daughter Myrtle of were in Clovis visiting Mr and Mrs Frod Cofrin the latter part of the week while cnroutc lo Hot Springs for a and Richard Hindley ami Edna Epperson oC the Evening NewsJournal were in Amarillo yes terday visiting nnd James Lyons of Hindley and Lyons are managers of the NewsJournai and Pampn News Thursday Sunshine Club mooting at 3 oclock at the home of Los Hubby at 417 East 9th street for a lawn eprge Anderson will act as Tuesday Womans Department of the First Christian church meeting at church at 3 oclock for a miscellaneous The leader urges all members to be Amarillo Couple Wed Here Saturday Night Miss Helen La Rue of Amarillo be came the bride of Virgil also of that in a quiet ceremony at oclock Saturday Bernard Guy of the Central Baptist church read the which were conducted in his Whats New In Fashions A Change of Collar Changes All Have you frock that needs ti freshener Do you want to make a really special donation for a fair Then take your crochet hook and make one or nil of these Theres a dainty jabot of simple nnd a prettily rounding collar with flower bor both in crochet Becoming to all is the petit boucle collar wilh Vshapod In pattern 5665 you will find complete instruct ions for making the neckwear shown an il lustration of it and of the stitches needed material To obtain this send 10 cents in stamps or coins coins pre ferred to NewsJournal Household Arts 259 14th New Be sure to write plainly your address and pattern Securities Commission Opens Hearing On Activities Of Companies July 27 der a mandate from congress to ce velop a broad outline of the policres and activities of investment trusts and investment the secur ities commission called witnesses to the first of a series of public liear ings The commission planned lo cxnmrno such subjects as investment nature and scope of con tents of corporate struc turesand whether control nnrl in fluence has been exercised over com panies in which the investment trusts and companies were Detailed questionnaires seeking aaia for the inquiry were sent out Inst January and more than 500 replies have been Informal conrer ences have been held with represenia tives of some trusts and companies to discuss their Officials said the initial public ex amination would embrace some of the predecessor companies of the Equity of New inducing the Interstate Equities joint and Granger Trading New York chan and general Boston Yosemite Holding corporation and Union and their subsidiary and affiliated from the Universities of Washington nnd Montana nnd is studying Cor a doctor of philosophy degree at the University of Edgcl has been an instructor at Kansas State HOT July 27 UP from Albuquerque nnd El Paso will be asked to aid in nn ad visory capacity in selecting equip ment for the new hospital for crippled Clyde Tinglcy has in formed officials Thegovernor if convenient for the the ijroup will visit Hot Springs Aug ust youll say of Pattern the very thing I need for Fall Before you know youll have a brand new frock speeding along to for this Anne Adams shirtwaist style is the softly tailored kind thats a joy to cut and put Points youll score on are youthful collar comfy bodice fullness front skirt pleats n longer sleeve length if you and its appropriateness for every thing from sports to Even the fabric a supple rayon called holds a fashion fore cast in its mustardgold spright ly huntingscene motifs and raised surface Pattern X4029 is available in sizes 38 40 and Size 16 takes 3 Vi yards 36 inch and Clifford Kelley and returned to Ciovis Satur day from u trip through the Carlsbad They wore accompanied through the caves by Ruby Wright and Eufoula Green of Let us explain the New McCormick Deering Grain Drill to For this pattern send 15 cents In stamps or coin coin preferred to the NewsJournal Pattern De 243 17th New Be sure to write plainly your style number and STATE BRIEFS HOT 7 Otto Goetx is president of the newly formed Sierra County Republican one of the first aims of which was to aid in getting out a largo registration i of Other officers include and The executive committee is composed of Judge George Prince Hannigan and July 27 services were hold here for Button pioneer of Qloro Resident of the coun ty since ho had become known for his welltrained pack of hunting dogs with which he gained a reputa tion as a biggame Ffenfclimah Swims From Catalina To Mainland SANTA July 27 Frenchman who aup plfimcntH violin playing with was resting today Irotn his successful to conquer the Pacifics rio Iwecn Catallnu Island nnd the main was hailed by nn oxirtior ant crowd ns ho emerged from trie sharkinfested waters o ho yesterday afternoon after 33Vj nautical milesbetween the isth mus of Cnlallnn Island the vicinity of Malibu pier in about as many BOVINA received word Friday morning of ho of her Carl of Alton Fnrr of was elected by I ho school board to fill Iho vacancy of Butts in the Bovina school for next Sally Ward has boon quite III but is much improved at this Gone Wado of Armirillo Is spending Ills vacation in the home of his Leroy Thompson is visiting friends and relatives In The Mystery Twelve club met wilh Harold Two now members were Nottio Lea Williams and Carolin Delicious fruit punch and cookies wore served to eleven The missionary society met with A covered luncheon was served lo 20 ladies and in the after noon hoy quilled two Little Nina Jo Brock has boon quite sick but is improving at this time SANTA July 27 Police were seeking a hitandrun driver today for questioning in an automobile accident which resulted in the serious injury of three persons when an automobile overturned on a Santa Rosa street Witnesses said the unidentified ma chine sideswiped the automobile driv en by Bernabe overturning Salazar was injured internally ami Maria and Azapitn Chacon were badly cut and Two olhcr Betoris Chacon and Faviola received lesser Announcement Cammack of Iho First Bap tist church meeting at oclock in the homo of Dorothy liable wood at 402 East 5th No one besides Bob Burns has been able lo play his homemade bass the though many mu sicians have Buy it in Clovis if you cant buy It at IF YOU FRECKLE EASILY USE PROTECTA CREAM Miss Arden created Ardena Prolecta Cream for me pro tection of delicate skins that freckle or burn Being it is effective even in Your Friendly Drug Store Located First Door North Citizens Bank in New Mexico LAS July 27 New Mexico livestock men have boon called by G extension to meet at State College August 12 to discuss suggestions on range conservation made by the ag ricultural Adjustment LAS July 27 Marian Payzant and Ralph Edgol have been appointed to the State College faculty as instructors in Eng lish and business re Miss holds degrees Schilling flavorlasts FOLLOW THE CROWD They Go to the CLOVIS DRUG COMPANY For Sandwiches and delicious malts and We serve 3 meals a day A complete change of menu each CLOVIS DRUG COMPANY 411 7th Street Phone 516W ONLY CURB SERVICE IN OLOVIS Superior Cleaning Any man or wo man knows that he or she is judged by his or her appear ance and the way to be well judged is by k e c p i n g clothes dry cleaned and f a u 111 e ssly pressed May we provide you with our Valet Service Its an inexpensive investment in yourimpress Wc Others TRY To Follow Better Cleaning at Lower Prices M IONS M8T Knits c p Pauls p Ovorcofils t p Hills c p UHT Crosses aplccc Swaggers Skirls Sport WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALWAYS LOOK YOUR BEST 511 MAIN PHONE 189W   

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