Birthdays — Nov. 7

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Chavez [image #2, align=left, size=medium] Happy first birthday to Karlie Renae Chavez from your mommy, daddy and brothers. We love you, Baby Girl. Karlie was born Nov. 6, 2009, and is the daughter of Elias Chavez and Nicole Castillo. She has three brothers, Joshua, Christopher and Andrew.

Club notes — Nov. 7

Encanto Garden Club The October meeting of Encanto was called to order by president Helen Martinez. Cleo Duran read the Gardener’s Prayer and guest, Shirley Holtcamp was welcomed. Unanimous approval was given to change the monthly meetings to second Wednesdays. Jacque Wuest displayed a holiday swag, which she had made, giving pointers on construction and […]

School menus —

Clovis Elementary Monday: Breakfast — Breakfast pizza. Lunch — Chicken fingers, mashed potatoes and gravy, English peas, whole wheat roll. Tuesday: Breakfast — Pancake sausage on a stick. Lunch — Cheesy nachos, confetti peas and corn, applesauce. Wednesday: Breakfast — Waffles. Lunch — Mac and franks, grand green beans, chilled peaches, oatmeal cookie. Thursday: Breakfast […]

Church collecting gifts for Operation Christmas child

Freedom New Mexico Parkland Baptist Church in Clovis will be serving as a collection point for Operation Christmas Child, according to a news release. Operation Christmas Child provides shoe boxes of gifts to more than eight million children in 100 countries suffering from natural disasters, war, terrorism, disease, famine and poverty, the release said. The […]

Nov. 7 — Police blotter

Samplings of recent calls handled by Portales-area law enforcement, according to police records:

Portales past: Nov. 30, 1942

Nov. 30, 1942: The Portales Daily News: December selective service quotas included married men for the first time in Roosevelt County, according to officials at the selective service office.

Portales past: Nov. 29, 1948

Nov. 29, 1948: The Portales Daily News: Bob Anthony of Elida was in critical condition at Miller Hospital, the victim of a gunshot wound from a shotgun shell loaded with salt. The shot was accidental.

Portales past: Nov. 28, 1955

Nov. 28, 1955: The Portales Daily News: A magazine peddler was picked up Friday by city police on the complaint of a housewife. The peddler paid a $10 fine in city police court for violating the city’s anti-peddlers ordinance.

Portales past: Nov. 27, 1961

Nov. 27, 1961: Portales News-Tribune: Three pistols and an old coin collection worth around $200 were taken from The Trading Post, 1222 West Fir, sometime Saturday night, according to E.H. Bulls, owner.

Portales past: Nov. 26, 1961

Nov. 26, 1961: Portales News-Tribune: Friends here received word that Bob Doyle’s float won first prize in the Albuquerque Christmas Parade Friday. Doyle, a former Portales resident and son of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Doyle, is a graduate of ENMU. He taught art at Washington Junior High School in the Duke City.

Portales past: Nov. 25, 1955

Nov. 25, 1955: The Portales Daily News: The annual Thanksgiving supper at the Baptist Church was Thursday evening in Arch. The speaker was Rev. F.O. Polston of Portales.

Portales past: Nov. 24, 1942

Nov. 24, 1942: The Portales Daily News: The first volunteer for officer’s training from Roosevelt County was graduated as a second lieutenant in the field artillery at Fort Sill, Okla., last Thursday. He was 2nd Lt. Thomas S. Peterson of Kenna. Peterson was assigned to Camp Roberts, Calif.

Portales past: Nov. 23, 1942

Nov. 23, 1942: The Portales Daily News: An effort was being made to collect all of the scrap in the county (for the war effort) by the first of the year, according to Frank Craddock, county chairman.

Portales past: Nov. 22, 1948

Nov. 22, 1948: The Portales Daily News: Portales High School nominated kings and queens for the coming carnival, originally scheduled to be Nov. 24, but postponed to Dec. 4. Senior class nominees were John Starkey and Ruthie Sharp; Charles Durrett and Sunnye Jean Lee were from the junior class, and Jimmy Rice and Bobbie Jean […]

Portales past: Nov. 21, 1955

Nov. 21, 1955: The Portales Daily News: Who said women skip the sports pages? The Daily News checked up on the winners of the weekly football contest and found that women won the first prize in seven out of 11 weeks.

Portales past: Nov. 20, 1961

Nov. 20, 1961: Portales News-Tribune: Gail McCormack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McCormack of Rogers, was singing in the second soprano section of the Meistersinger Chorus at Lubbock Christian College.

Portales past: Nov. 19, 1942

Nov. 19, 1942: The Portales Daily News: Plans for the national observance of Pearl Harbor Day on Dec. 7 were made. Plans were being made by the Roosevelt County Defense Council to have a simulated air raid and blackout that night. Planes from the Roswell Air Base were secured for the “bombing.”

Portales past: Nov. 18, 1948

Nov. 18, 1948: The Portales Daily News: Who knew Margaret Todd? This girl or woman thought to be between 16 and 28 years old was being sought by an attorney in Louisiana in connection with the settlement of the estate of her father, Frank Elton Todd.

Portales past: Nov. 17, 1948

Nov. 17, 1948: The Portales Daily News: Warren R. Roberts, a 25-year-old former science student at ENMC whose curiosity about explosives led to his arrest there Monday, faced a serious charge in court Friday morning.

Portales past: Nov 16, 1942

Nov 16, 1942: The Portales Daily News: Registration for mileage rationing was held at the junior high school library and at Lindsey school from 8:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.