Dec. 27, 1928

D.L. Lancaster, Thomas Brown, T.L. Wilson and I.C. Johnson announced their candidacy for city commissioners. … The Woman’s Benefit Association donated a “merry whirl” to the city park. … The Clovis News reported that public interest was growing in a bond election to build a city hall at East Fourth Street that would house the fire department, serve as living quarters for volunteer firemen and offices for city officials. … A.W. Johnson, deputy collector, announced that license plates for 1929 were ready.