Elodia and Mary Jane Garcia's European Trip.
man of Las Crucos. have returned returned to tneir home in Chicago. Chicago. Miss Maryce Jacobs, Las Cruces High School student and daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Carl Jacobs, has won an expense- paid trip to the National Science Fair in Seattle, Wash., for her scientific exhibit "Fungal Ecol- ogy of the T'jlarosa Basin." Tne exhibit was prepared for the senior plant biology division. Her irip is scheduled" for Mav 2 and is sponsored by the Las Cruces Kr.vanis Clu-b. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ware and their daughter Martha of Tucson, Tucson, Ariz., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Egerton of Mesilia 'Park. The Wares then motored to Hagerman to attend the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. Ware's parents. parents. Miss Elodia M. Garcia and Miss Mary Jane Garcia, daughters daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac C. Garcia of Dona Ana, N. M.,- left this week by jet from Denver, Colo., to New York Citv. where they sailed on the Italian liner the Leonardo da Vinci. They are being accompanied by Miss Carmen L. Lucero, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lucero of Pueblo, Colo. for six months, after which Eloida Eloida will return tn Dona Ana. iVlary Jane and Carmen plan to live in Spain for a few years to study Spanish dancing and customs. Mary Jane says they will probably live in Madrid as they have friends there, among the-m the former Miss Margaret Lucero and her husband and 'baby. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Lucero of Mesilia. Ira McClymnnds, who from 1!>I!) to 192-1 was pastor of Che Communicy Church in Mesills Park, now known as the First Baptist Church, has been the 'guest of Prof, and Mrs. O. C. Cunningham. Mr. McClymonds now makes his home in Illinois and stopped The three plan to tour Europe