Meats leave bad taste in mouth

By Grant McGee: CNJ Columnist The Lady of the House and I were in one of Clovis’ supermarkets when we stumbled on two frozen heads in the freezer section.

Sept. 24, 1915

J.R. Walker Market, located on Main Street, sold fresh and cured meats. … The Clovis Journal reported about 800 pupils attended the city’s schools. … John Boykin, nephew of S.J. Boykin of Clovis, was visiting from Mara Vias.

Aug. 11, 1966

R.C. Davidson, Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, was a guest speaker at a meeting of the Curry County Federation of Republican women, said Mrs. Hoyt Pattison, club president. … Poor Boys Butcher Shop, located at 801 Prince St., offered a variety of meats and prices. … A meeting held at Our Lady […]