Dec. 31, 1964

More than 2,000 Clovisites had made reservations at Clovis clubs and lounges to ring in the new year. … Various medals were presented at Cannon Air Force Base during the visit of Maj. Gen. John C. Meyer, commander of the 12 Air Force Tactical Air Command. … Goodman Office Supply, 1212 Main, offered typewriter and […]

Sept. 27, 1916

S.A. Jones, cashier of the Citizens Bank, presented the high school a complete set of Britannica Encyclopedias. … The Elite Confectionery’s new popcorn machine was enveloped in flames. The fire was caused by a leaking gas pipe. … E.T. Ternigan and Co. advertised the sale of silverware in the Clovis Journal.

Religion Digest: ‘Eternity’ drama to be enacted

By Tonya Fennell: CNJ staff writer Central Baptist Church will present “Eternity” Saturday through Wednesday at the church’s worship center, 2501 N. Norris St. The dramatic production, which will be presented by church members, is about life after death. According to a church news release, the production emphasizes the truth about heaven and hell and […]

Ag Expo going bilingual

By Casey Peacock: Freedom Newspapers The New Mexico Ag Expo is going bilingual. A three-hour dairy seminar presented in Spanish will focus on presenting information to dairy managers and workers as part of the first day of the 15th annual Expo Feb. 27-28 at the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds. The seminar features three presentations that will […]

Banquet honors best

Citizens of Clovis mingle and watch a slide show that celebrates Clovis’ 100 year anniversary before the start of the 2007 Annual Awards Banquet at the Clovis Civic Center Friday night. (CNJ staff photo:Tony Bullocks) By Tonya Fennell Hundreds gathered Friday evening at the Clovis Civic Center to celebrate leadership, a centennial and the accomplishments […]

Meetings watch: Clovis Community College Board of Trustees

CNJ Staff The Clovis Community College Board of Trustees met Wednesday. The following is a summary of the meeting: – CCC President John Neibling presented enrollment figures for the summer 2006 semester. Compared with the previous summer semester, enrollment had risen by 6.52 percent, Neibling said. Enrollment figures for the current fall semester are not […]

Club notes: Curry County Republican Women

The Curry County Federated Republican Women met July 11 at the Holiday Inn coffee shop. CCFRW President Carolyn Shipley welcomed 18 guests and members, including new member Shannon Sneed. The treasurer’s report and the May and June meeting minutes were presented and approved. Shipley informed the members no meeting is scheduled in August. Instead, volunteers […]

4/23 Organizations

Altrusa Club Members of Altrusa of Clovis met April 10 for their regular program at Muffley’s Back Door. Hostesses for the evening were Patti Dobson, Margaret Blazek and Glenda Hileman. They provided a delicious meal before the program. Laurie Montgomery was welcomed as a new member. She has been attending meetings and has already participated […]

Organizations

CNJ Staff El Portal The NSDAR El Portal Chapter met at 10 a.m. on Nov. 12 at 104 E. 17st in Portales. The hostess was Carolyn Thompson. The program subject was Washington, D.C. Regent Wanda Dunn presided over the meeting. Members present were Cori Snobble, Carol Nash, Vicky Stratton, Wanda Dunn, Bess Jones, E. C. […]

Baskett semifinalist for national honor

CNJ staff New Mexico senior wide receiver Hank Baskett has been named one of 15 finalists for the Biletnikoff Award, presented annually to the nation’s top wide receiver. A 2000 Clovis High graduate, the 6-foot-4, 220-pound former prep quarterback has flourish in the Lobos’ expanded passing attack in 2005 with 65 catches for 1,063 yards […]