Pam Truan and her 6th grade class in Columbus, New Mexico, take trip to White Sands.
Here and There In Columbus By DOROTH* GARDNER Friday, April 10 Doctor Mitchell Mitchell from Silver City and two nurses from Deming, Mrs. Violet Violet Johns and Mrs. Lee An- children their annual jwlio shots here in the Columbus School. Noel Castle and family from "??.ge. were Columbus visitors last Sunday. Mr. Castle filled the pulpit for the morning and evening services at the First Baptist Church. Chester Hunt was in El Paso last Wednesday on official official business. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matthews and family from El Paso spent several days last week with his Mother, Mrs. Fannie T. Matthews. Matthews. They returned to El Paso last Saturday. Last Friday. April 10 the 6th grade teacher. Mrs. Vera Mae Bartlett took her pupils on a field trip to White Sands. The sixth graders that went were Maria Chavira, Rosa Chavira, Salvador Espinosa, Irene Eppenauer, Eppenauer, Raul Gutierrez, Kathy Johnson, Ernest Miller, Clern- ente Muriel, Irene Muriel, Joe Santiago, Marte Aquirre, Arlie Jones, Arline Jones, Esther Canaba, Mike Magana, Alex Miranda, Ben Miranda, Paula Parra. Jane Robbins, Robert Tafoya, Pam Truan, Teresa Co- T-nriR Rafa^la Alvarado. and Lupe Salazar. The parents that went along and took their cars were Buddy Eppenauer, Mrs. Ralph Johnson, and Mrs. Jack, -Truan. Brothers and sisters that went along were Bill Johnson and Annie Robbins. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tanner Sr. is spending a few days with their sons in Peecs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gallegos and family spent the weekend in Las Cruces with his brother Nick Gallegos and family. They wanted to be present when Mr. and Mrs.' Nick Gallegos baby was baptized, as they were the Godparents. Mr. and Mrs. Orvey Pearson and son, Benny from Deming were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eiler last Sunday.