March 8, 1920

The Curry County Rural Telephone Co. reported it had started setting poles for its phone lines in the northern part of the county. “Work will be pushed with as much rapidity as possible,” a telephone official reported. … W. H. Duckworth was named president of Clovis’ new Republican Club. The Clovis Journal reported the GOP’s “frail craft” was in a “Democratic sea that is inclined to toss it around rather roughly at times.” … Denhof Jewelry Co. was selling “talking machines” and records for those who enjoyed dancing in their homes. … And Dona Dickinson was born at Fifth and Main in Clovis.