Sept. 12, 1950 Portales Daily News: Judge E.T. Hensley Jr., heard arguments in a case involving a right-of-way for the Southern Union Gas Company.The gas company sought an injunction to stop construction of a residence over its main gas line serving Portales.
Sept. 11, 1945 Portales Daily News: Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys played at a dance at Midway on Thursday. Midway is halfway between Portales and Clovis.
Sept. 10, 1945 Portales Daily News: Mrs. C.M. Worley complimented the birthday of Mrs. E.T. Hensley Jr., Sunday afternoon with an informal tea at her home.
Sept. 9, 1960 Portales News Tribune: “Vol Model Baby,” a registered Jersey cow owned by Eastern New Mexico University, set an official production record. The cow was given a proven index of 12.5, which indicated Baby produced 12.5 times her body weight in milk in 305 days.
Sept. 8, 1910 Roosevelt County Herald: Lost: one 10-inch, two-horse turning plow, John Deere, which was taken from the courtyard in Portales. Please return at once and accept thanks of owner. G.P. Harris.
Sept. 7, 1950 Portales Daily News: Paul Gregory, 20, was bitten by a rattlesnake as he was pulling broom corn in his father’s field. Paul’s brother, Buck, took him to Miller Hospital.
Sept. 6, 1955 Portales Daily News: W. Newell Page, Eastern New Mexico University director of agricultural instruction, was the featured speaker at the annual Chamber of Commerce dairy tour.
Sept. 5, 1945 Portales Daily News: The community cannery for Arch reopened under the supervision of the Portales High School Vocational Agriculture Department, according to Flowell Payton, agriculture teacher.
Portales past: Sept. 4, 1945 Portales Daily News: Lt. Jack R. Spence of Portales piloted a carrier-based Avenger torpedo bomber on 60 combat sorties at Iwo Jima and Okinawa before returning to the United States on leave.
Sept. 4, 1945 Portales Daily News: Lt. Jack R. Spence of Portales piloted a carrier-based Avenger torpedo bomber on 60 combat sorties at Iwo Jima and Okinawa before returning to the United States on leave.
Sept. 3, 1950 Portales Daily News: Tuesday was Dollar Day in Portales, with most merchants observing the Labor Day holiday.