The Clovis News-Journal reported that Dr. Lynn Abshere, the only obstetrician and gynecologist in Clovis, would be leaving soon and there would be no one immediately available to replace him. … Several students from Clovis High School offered to pay the expense of cleaning a six foot-tall eagle that stood in front of Hobbs High […]
W.C. Estes returned from Santa Fe, where he went to a meeting of the board of directors of the New Mexico Automobile Club. … City commissioners made plans to pave the streets of Clovis. … The City Drug Co. sold the “Eugene Wave” hair permanent for women.
Members of the Curry and Quay Landowners Association turned out to hear April Moore, national coordinator for the National Campaign to Stop MX (missiles), as she warned that eastern New Mexico could become a “nuclear sponge” for the rest of the country. … Wildcat football players Doug Hubby and Mike Minnis were named offensive players […]
Mayor Denhof announced at the Kiwanis Club that he planned to pass a resolution asking New Mexico’s senators and congressmen to render any assistance in securing free mail delivery for Clovis residents. … J.C. Clinton of Colorado Springs, Colo., representing the firm of J.C. Penney Co., was making plans to open a store in Clovis. […]
Clovis High School Athletic Director Steve Graham announced that Clovis students raised $1,160 to be sent to Gary Seiver, a Lovington High School football player who had been injured earlier in the season. … A hair dryer could be purchased at Shaw’s Jewelers, 320 Main, for $34.88. … The Clovis High School Wildcat football team […]
Denhof Jewelry Company, Fourth and Main, offered a selection of ladies watches ranging in price from $28.50 to $75. … Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. McClelland made plans to leave for Amarillo, where they planned to spend the winter. … A six-room home with a garage and a coal shed located at 208 Hinkle St., […]
The Clovis News reported that hundreds of Clovisites turned out for the Santa Fe Educational Train that made a stop in Clovis. … “Harvey and Morris” claimed to be “The Leading Grocers” in an advertisement. … “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” was showing at the Lyceum Theatre, with a 10-cent admission fee.
John Hadley, a Texico cattle grower, defeated Richard Miller to become the president of the Curry County Farm Bureau. … Bob Vinson TV and Appliance Inc., located at 20th and Mitchell streets, offered a microwave cooking cookbook with the purchase of a microwave. … “The Other Side of the Mountain” was playing for the fourth […]
C.C. Cagle, head of the Gateway Auto Co., was named president of the Clovis Kiwanis Club at the club’s regular luncheon. … Plans for construction of Highway 60 were discussed by the directors of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce at their regular meeting. … Wood Motor Co., located at the corner of Main and Sixth […]
Rev. Joseph Underwood, pastor of the Central Baptist Church and president of the Ministerial Alliance Organization, reported to city commissioners that plans were under way to handle the congested traffic in the area surrounding the church building. … The Clovis News-Journal reported a 23-year-old woman was arrested for assaulting “the other woman” in her husband’s […]
Mrs. J.D. Autry and Mrs. John Bradley Jr. traveled from Portales to Clovis and were visiting friends. … Oil was 10 cents a quart at Super Service, 411 W. Seventh St. … The city of Clovis commemorated Armistice Day with a moment of silence at 11 a.m. … The Tucumcari Rattlers football team played the […]
Cheri White and Don Beasley were crowned as 1967 Clovis High School Homecoming queen and king. … A spokesman for the Pioneer Lodge, 1700 Mabry Drive, reported the theft of nine cases of soft drink bottles. All of the bottles were empty. … “The Sound of Music,” featuring Julie Andrews, was showing at the State […]
The Clovis News-Journal reported the State Board of Educational Finance gave its stamp of approval to the master plan for the Eastern New Mexico University-Clovis campus. … A chicken dinner for four cost $5. … Clovis was named the site of the upcoming New Mexico Association of Natural Resource Conservation Districts annual convention, to be […]
Murray’s Confectionery offered “Mistletoe Ice Cream.” … The Clovis News reported interest was growing in the Union Bible studies held at the Presbyterian Church by Mrs. Swartzbaugh. … A piano recital held by Mrs. W.T. Knight’s pupils was deemed a success.
A 425-pound safe belonging to Dr. Michele DeMaio was discovered in a plowed field northeast of Clovis, with $300 in cash missing. … A three-room house at 718 Wallace could be rented for $40 a month. … Boyd’s Brake and Clutch Shop announced a temporary closure so its employees could attend a Hydrovac and power […]
Warren Davis, circulation manager of the Evening News-Journal, was appointed by Bishop F.B. Howden of Albuquerque as lay reader of the Episcopal Church of the district of New Mexico. … Eyebrow arch services were 35 cents at the Studio Beauty Shop. … Smiling Irish Eyes, featuring Colleen Moore, was showing at the Lyceum Theatre.
Sonny Hester, 822 Gidding, reported to police that 17 stereo tapes had been stolen from his locked car, parked in front of his house. … Tricycles were on sale at Montgomery Ward for $10.97. … Lance Cpl. Frederick E. Madera, son of Helen Madera, received the Bronze Star medal with a Combat “V” for heroic […]
The Clovis Journal reported the crew of road builders working between Clovis and Portales received orders from the state to proceed into the city of Clovis. … Accountant Marion A. Walker, hired by the county commissioners to make a thorough audit of records, found more than 4,000 errors in them. … Work was progressing nicely […]