By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer: Everybody’s Business Promoting The Business
Five Baylor University students are scheduled to bike into Clovis today promoting suicide prevention. They’ll be in Fort Sumner on Saturday.
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Clovis police were looking for someone who robbed 23 parking meters downtown. … Paschal Wickard and Helen Lee were named king and queen of sports at Clovis Junior High. … Clovis 4-H Club was planning a bakery sale at the Goodyear store, 423 Main. … Dunlap’s was promoting the latest in women’s shoe styles – […]
Lawrence Welk’s “Calcutta” topped the United Press International’s list of most popular recordings for the second straight week. Elvis Presley’s “Are You Lonesome Tonight” came in at No. 9. … Clovis Real Estate Co. was promoting Eastridge Heights as “The Ultimate in Exclusive Living.” … City officials announced plans for a $700,000 paving project that […]
KICA Radio was promoting a comedy performance by George Burns and Bing Crosby. “When this buzz saw baritone tries to outsing Bing, you’re in for the laugh of your life,” the station’s newspaper ad read. … The Clovis News-Journal reported 1,010 births were reported in Curry County in 1947, up from 906 in 1946. Deaths […]