Portales past: March 30, 1962

March 30, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: Newly elected officers of Bronson Cutting Post 3299 of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Portales, will be installed into office Sunday during the commanders conference being held here.

Portales past: March 29, 1944

March 29, 1944: The Portales Daily News: A group of selectees left this morning for Santa Fe to be inducted into the Navy. Included were Wayne Stratton, Royal Paul Hawkins, Thomas Jefferson Moore, J.C. Shaffer, Winfred Henry Gibbs and Elbert Ray Sanders.

Portales past: March 28, 1950

March 28, 1950: The Portales Daily News: The Roosevelt County singing convention will be held beginning at 10:30 a.m. April 2 at Floyd in the school auditorium.

Portales past: March 27, 1944

March 27, 1944: The Portales Daily News: Petty Officer 1st Class Pat Riley of the U.S. Coast Guard is in Causey visiting his parents.

Portales past: March 26, 1950

March 26, 1950: The Portales Daily News: Hat fashions are moving to the fore as brims and trims take new direction for spring. Graceful, feminine silhouettes have smoothly balanced contours, posed level on the head, with brims swinging out and up for the hair.

Portales past: March 25, 1962

March 25, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: With 20 lively coyotes in captivity Saturday morning, Floyd’s veteran coyote hunters were hard at work through the day to round up another 10 for today’s unique coyote rodeo at Elida.

Portales past: March 24, 1950

March 24, 1950: The Portales Daily News: Roosevelt County rural residents have only one more week in which to make application for rural telephone service. So far, 710 rural residents have made applications through the county Rural Electric Administration office.

Portales past: March 23, 1962

March 23, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: Future farmers from 22 Eastern New Mexico schools will be in Portales Saturday for the annual judging contest sponsored by the agricultural department of Eastern New Mexico University.

Portales past: March 22, 1950

March 22, 1950: The Portales Daily News: The first Rural Electric Administration 1943 food production award in New Mexico will go to J.W. Terry, a member of the Roosevelt County Electric Cooperative of Portales. The award was for outstanding use of electricity in food production.

Portales past: March 21, 1962

March 21, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: The firing of all kinds of guns, whether they shoot pellets, darts or real bullets, is illegal in the city limits, Police Chief Keith Rowland reminded residents.