Student Profile: Bell

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer Bailey Bell is a senior at Clovis Christian School. She is the daughter of Gary and Julie Bell. Extra-curricular activities: Cheerleading, drama, track, art Hobbies: Theater, tap dancing, making jewelry, collecting Elvis Presley stuff, MySpace Future plans: Go to college to pursue an acting career, get married and have […]

Feb. 9, 1920

Long Bell Lumber Co. (telephone number 15) pledged to provide its customers with quality lumber and “sound business counsel.” … Miller-Nash Motor Co. of Clovis reported tractor use was rapidly increasing across the nation – from 132,000 produced in 1919 to an estimated 315,000 in 1920. … Clovis Police Chief Dick Moye was being credited […]

Jan. 22, 1969

Clovis High’s varsity was preparing to open its district basketball season later in the week. The team’s leading scorer was Lewis Thomas, who also led the team in rebounds. … Tom Lee had joined the staff at Bell Real Estate, 1808 W. 21st. … Sherwood Mortuary promoted itself as “Clovis’ only 100 percent home owned […]

Season for giving

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Janine Summerville, of Clovis, takes donations for the Salvation Army outside Albertsons on Tuesday. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) By Tonya Fennell: CNJ staff writer The ring-a-ling of bells can be heard at stores throughout the area. The sounds aren’t a sign of Santa’s imminent arrival, but instead a Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign is […]

WT rallies for victory over Hounds

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ENMU quarterback Michael Benton runs through the tackle of West Texas A&M’s Lee Orrduring the first half of Saturday’s game at Greyhound Stadium. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) By Mickey Winfield: Freedom Newspapers BLACKWATER DRAW — The Wagon Wheel will remain in Canyon for at least more year, and West Texas A&M remains undefeated for […]

AREA PREP FOOTBALL: CCS notches first victory

CNJ staff ALBUQUERQUE — Will Genitski and Keeson Bell combined for five touchdowns and Clovis Christian scored its first victory in 8-man football with a 56-0 rout of Menaul on Friday night. Bell caught touchdown passes of 10 and 21 yards from Genitski, and also scored on a 1-yard run. Genitski, who finished 9-of-12 passing […]

Hands-on approach fits local workers

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CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisleLuis Saenz, 17, of Muleshoe steams a hat Friday to help in the cleaning and shaping process at Joe’s Boot Shop in Clovis. Luis learned everything he knows about hat creasing through hands-on experience at the store. Freedom Newspapers Editor’s Note: The following is a series of profiles of people in […]

Buffs’ Rush sets state mark

Melrose’s Cedar Rush leads during the first lap of the 800 meters. Rush won the event in a record time of 1:58.53. (De Baca County News: Scott Stinnett) Freedom Newspapers ALBUQUERQUE — Melrose senior Cedar Rush normally doesn’t run the 800. On Friday, he ran it and he ran it well. Rush won the 800 […]

Bell, Mary

Mary Elizabeth Bell, 84, of Clovis, died Saturday, April 15, 2006, at her home. Born Jan. 14, 1922, to Clayton and Martha Ryan Reed in Clovis, she married Maurice “Fud” E. Bell on July 17, 1937, in Farwell. She was the owner and manager of the Mirador Apartments on 21st Street. She was a member […]

Singletery, Edmarena “Mema”

Edmarena “Mema” Singletery, 82, formerly of Brownfield, Texas, died Saturday, April 1, 2006, in San Angelo, Texas. She was born Aug. 17, 1923, in Vera, Texas, to James Edward and Velma Wood Messenger, she married Hubert Arden Singletery March 17, 1941, in Swensen, Texas. She was the owner of the Carol Lee Donut Shop for […]