First Exhibit by Historical Society, Jack Truan mentioned Sept 1955
416 in El and was are im- to of to be voters adequate, Modern more First Exhibit by Historical Society Here in September An interesting exhibit of early Deming history will be presented here in September by the Luna County Historical Society. The exhibit will mark the first display offered residents by the new organization. The exhibit will be shown at the home of Bessie May. Appropriately enough, this home in itself is of historical importance to the community, being considered one of Deming's prominent early residences. The exhibit is scheluded for Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25. Open house will be held during the inp-. Plans for the exhibit were formulated this week at a meeting the board of governors. The group met at the residence of Jack the Society's president. At the session the group also made arrangements to feature a booth of historical significance at the coming Tri-State Fair here Additional history of the early e Of ilua W W I I is tÂ«UIl bf!Tie by the Luna County His,- tor'cal Society One of the main "irns of the Sorietv. Truan said the "prevention of cruelty to T v**vg history." He urÂ£?d local citizens to round "D p"ners ?nd things of historical Â·mportance to the town. Tries* he taken to the growing colle-tion at the librarv I" club matter; the organization ndded Dorothv Wehmhoier. the MO.V*"-~ A. B. (Skater ^ Williams Susie Tidmore. and Kathrvn Rior,,, Â»r 'ts membership roster. To date .twenty honorarv memberships have been given to pioneers. One honoTarv membership, Sam Lindaner, who now in California, acknowledged his selection by turning in information for the Historical Society. He nlied the orgmnirttion with an Informative letter on gaining additional otrty Ustory.