Art is all around us

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Clovis Christian junior Jessica Tivis watches guest instructor Louise Harrison work on her clay mask Wednesday afternoon. Harrison is one of the professional artists Patsy Delk invites to teach her art students. (Staff photo: Tony Bullocks) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer A student pauses from her work and stares down at the face emerging […]

Miller, Patsy (Haws)

Patsy Ruth (Haws) Miller, 75, of Clovis, died Thursday, Nov. 10, 2005, at her home in Clovis. She was born May 4, 1930, in Clay Center, Kan., to Merna and Virgil Haws. She graduated from Clay County Community High School in 1948. She married Robert D. Miller (Bob) and she spent 30 years as a […]

Clay, Maria “Tony”

Maria “Toni” Antonia Clay, 85, of Clovis, died Friday, Jan. 28, 2005, at Laurel Plains Healthcare in Clovis. She was born on Oct. 24, 1919, in Topeka, Kan., to Donicho and Josephine Ramirez. She married Theodore Clay Sr. on Dec. 14, 1939. She was a lifelong Jehovah’s Witness. She was preceded in death by her […]

Bronze casting process difficult

Clyde Davis: Local Colunist When it comes to the bronze-casting process, by which art is reproduced and sculptures made into limited editions, most of us are hopelessly lost or misinformed. No kidding, I used to think they actually carved the bronze with some kind of tools, the way a carving reproducer works on wood (it’s […]

Clay , Marie

Marie Clay Services: Have been held. Marie Clay, 91, of Clovis, died Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2004, at Laural Ridge Health Care in Clovis. She was born on Feb. 9, 1913, in Corsicana, Texas, to William File and Dela Sesser Mullins. She married John Clay on Feb. 9, 1952, in Lovington. She was of the Methodist […]

Waide, Clay

Clay Waide Services: Have been held. Clay Waide, 83, of Clovis, an electrical contractor, died Monday, Jan. 12, 2004, at his home. He was born on April 4, 1920, in Ochiltree County, Texas, to Garrett and Beulah Allen Waide. He was a member of Parkland Baptist Church in Clovis. He married Nell Cogdill on Dec. […]

Heine and Huber defended Colorado

Bob Huber When Big War II broke out, every red-blooded American kid who believed in baseball, cowboys, and the American Way shouldered his Red Ryder BB gun in the relentless struggle against tyranny. The scenario involved the building of small forts hither and yon in the Colorado foothills so enemies of the free world could […]