Feb. 19, 1929

Charles Lindbergh, head of the technical department of the
Transcontinental Air Transport Inc. was preparing to fly the company’s
route, which included a stop in Clovis. The TAT coast-to-coast plane-train
service would begin in July. … About 200 guests were expected for the
upcoming Chamber of Commerce banquet to be held at the high school. …
Optometrist J. R. Denhof, whose office was at Fourth and Main, announced
“new and modern equipment” had been added, improving his ability to care
for his customers.