Five hundred Clovis residents became members of the National Red Cross during their volunteer drive. … The Hardwick Brothers gave a free Christmas show for Clovis youth and handed out popcorn balls and peanuts. … Antlers Cafe claimed to offer “the kind of meals you get at home” in an advertisement.
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.
Name: Kevin Ray Age: 42 Church: Salvation Army Background: My employment background includes assembling bikes at a department store; mailroom work; managing an ice cream, popcorn and frozen yogurt shop, and I was a bank teller for three years. Hometown: Omaha, Neb. Your Family: My sister is the oldest, an older brother, a twin brother, […]
By Bob Huber: Local columnist Mother’s Day always reminds me of a time when I supported a family, a dog pack, an ancient Ford, a cigar addiction and the federal government on $400 a month. In those days I put all our bills in a hat each month and drew one out to pay. If […]
By Darrell Todd Maurina Clovis police are investigating allegations that a Marshall Junior High student gave drug-laced popcorn to unwitting classmates. Police on Thursday had not determined if the incident was a prank. Two students complained of headaches and upset stomachs after eating the popcorn on Monday, officials said. No serious illnesses were reported. Officer […]
By Darrell Todd Maurina When Audi Parrish was offered popcorn during her Monday lunch period, she didn’t like the taste. “I only had two pieces,” the Marshall Junior High student said. “I felt it was really, really sweet when I first put it in my mouth, not a bad sweet, but just sweet. Then it […]
By David Stevens The newspaper receives a lot of anonymous letters. Usually, I read them and throw them away. We almost never publish unsigned letters. We even have a rule against publishing them. So what happens when an anonymous writer provides information that’s essential to our readers? I break the rule, of course. This letter, […]