El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas on December 14, 1949 · Page 6
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Page 10 .EL PASO HERALD-POST Mr. Shannon, Miss Heath Are Married Special (o Tlse llerald-Poit HOT SPRINGS, Dec. U.- Miss Dolores Heath, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Heath of Farmington, and Brady Shannon, son of Mrs. George Shannon of Ys- eta, were married at 2 p. m. Friday. Rev. A. Burgmelcr officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Gus Lunsford was the bride's Students Are Home "Bounc/Children attendant, Paso was and Bob Kerley of El best man. Mi. Kerley and the bridegroom have. been lifelong friends. * The bride chose a wool sweater- knit dress of'pale aqua with silver button trim and wore a winter white velour hat. Her corsage was ink gladioli. Mrs. Lunsford wore a grey pnb rdine suit with block accessories Vhite carnations formed her shoul er corsage. Mrs. Heath, mother of the bride ore a teal blue satin suit with a hite carnation corsage. For her son's wedding, Mrs. Shan on chose black afternoon frock Mr. and MM. Brady S. Shannon Holiday Style Show Features [Noel Theme A silvered Christmas tree, illuminated with blue lights, stood in Ithe picture window of Loretto |Academy homemaking cottage Sunday, setting a holiday decorative theme for the annual Christmas tree given by the school P-TA. Guests, who were members, past members and friends of the.P-TA, met in the academy auditorium at 3 p. m., for a parade of fashion presented by homemaking students who modeled garments made in homemaking classes. The tea followed the style show Traditional Yule refreshments were served from a cream lace covered tea table. Centerpiece was a Christmas scene. Sister Mary Beradina, homemaking teacher, was in charge o£ arrangements. Manuscripts Are Read At Writer's Meet Mrs. Dennis Dellis, Mrs. Mary Merrill, Henry Jorgenson, Elmer Dils, Paul Knoles and Tom Pro thro were special guests yesterday for the regular meeting of the E Paso Writers' League. The group met with Mrs. Jessie Prothro at 271 Silver street. Mrs. Polly Grimshaw president, presided. Manuscripts read included "Ne\ Year's Resolution," skit by Mrs Rowena Bridgers; "The Witchin Belle," short story by Mrs. Lenor Dils which will appear in an issu Miss Nancy Saunders To Visit With Parents Miss Nancy Elizabeth Saunders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Saunders of 730 Wellesley road, will arrive home from [ockaday in Dallas Friday to spend tie Christmas holidays with her arents. Miss Saunders is a member o£ the 'hird Form of Hockaday Prepara- ory School, and is president of her all and also president of Overseas Club. She is a member of the House louncil. Miss Saunders took part in the Christmas vesper services in the Great Hall Sunday night, at which a cantata, "The Christ Child,' was )resented. She will attend the president's formal Christmas dinner this evening. Miss Saunders will return to Dallas Tuesday, January 3, and regular classes will begin January 4. Miss Sylvia Lerner, student a Denver University., flew to El Paso Sunday night for a three-week noliday. She is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs. David Lerner of 401 Eas Hague street, and her sister, Mis: omplimented with black accesso es and a pink carnotion corsage If. Sf. Following the ceremony a recep ion was held for the couple- in th ome of Mrs. Jimmie Heffermni nd her daughter, Miss Ethel He) erman at 516 West Fourth street iant yellow and white chrvsanlhe mums and tall tapers were used i: ecorations. The bride's table, lai k'ilh a cloth of imported Iris ace, was centered by the brida ake, with various colored g peas in the center arid >y an ivy ring. Harriet Lerner. Miss Lerner has won recognitioi for her work as a major in drama tics. She specializes in directing and has acted in several produc tions. She wns awarded a priz for directing the best comedy o the quarter in lh« f;>ll. Miss Harriett McDonald, senio student at the University of Ala bama, will arrive Christmas Ev to spend the holidays with her par c:ils, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Me encircled Donald of 1004 Madeline avenue. Miss McDonald is doing fiel GOOD FAMILY BUY A whole pork tenderloin is a good buy for a small family. It weighs % to IVi pounds. Cook it this way: jFlour, brown in lat, top with onion .rings and a bit of grated lemon - rind. Braise meat and cook slowly. covered in a little water. DROP; HEAD COLD CLOGGED NOSE ' 2 drops of Penetro Nose Drops =' in each nostril, case conges- /) bon, open clogged nose. You V" breathe easier this 2-drop way. .< •5fs£ PENETRO NOSE OROPSX of "Rangeland Romances;" "Blue Eyed Angel" by Mrs. Thelm Knoles, short story which will ap pear in an issue of "Rangeland Ro mances," and Chapter 1 of a Wes crn novelette by James Cleveland. Mrs. Knowles' story was voted 3cst manuscript of the evening. She announced the sale of a short story. The Lady Wins," lo "Rangeland j Romances," nnd the sale of Canadian rights to an article, "The Tadpole Tub," to the "Toronto Star Weekly." Next meeting of the group will be a Christmas parly to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jorgenson of 3607 McKinley avenue. Date will be Dec. 27. The couple left for a honeymoon rip and on their return will be at lome in Deming where the bridc- ;room is an office engineer for the Mew Mexico Highway Department. The bride, formerly of Farming- .on, taught in the Hot Springs High School home economics department ast year. Before becoming associated with the highway department, the bridegroom was a surveyor with Seymour Thurmond in Hot Springs. Out-of-town guests were the groom's sister, Mrs. Jack Jennings, Mr. Jennings and son Shannon, and Mr. and El Paso. Mrs. Kerley, all o] Two PEO Chapters Make Plans For Miss Nancy Elizabeth Saunders —Photo by GiUings, Dallas vork at Foley's Department Stor Houston to complete a mer chnadising course. Her maior at th university is clothing. Also a holiday guest in the M Donald home is Mrs. Ada Joyc Mrs. McDonald's aunt. She wi spend the winter in El Paso. Miss Patsy Hanley, next door neighbor and close friend of Miss McDonald, will arrive this week from New Mexico A. and M. College where she is a junior student of animal husbandry. She will visit her parents. M r . and Mrs. Hanley of 1006 Madeline Country Capes Back For Men's City Wear To Appear On Program Boys and girls of Southwestern Children's Home will' present a one-act play Friday lor the regular meeting and Christmas party of the Richmond Terrace Garden Club. The meet., ing will be at 1:30 p. m., at St. « Alban's Episcopal Church at 1810 Elm street. A costumed Santa Glaus will distribute gifts to the young actors. Club members will exchange gifts. There will be group carol singing. * * * Hostesses for the meeting will be Mmes. W. O. Murtle, Peter Puzzi, Sanford Cox, John W. Moss, D. Hamilton, Lola Andress, J. J. Jager and J. R. McCamant. Mrs. W. A. Woldert Jr., president, has requested that members make Christmas wreaths at, home rather than at the meeting as originally planned. The Grandview Garden Club members will make Christmas wreaths for patients at William Beaumont General Hospital at the meeting Friday, at the home of Mrs. L. J. Fairley at 3705 Memphis street at 10 a. m. W. S. Foster, El Paso County Agent, will discuss pruning. He will demonstrate his lecture. Co-hostesses for the covered dish luncheon to follow the business session will be Mrs. E. T. Blake. Christmas gifts will be. exchanged by members. Members are asked to bring greenery, pine cones, wire and tools to make lire wreaths. Mrs. C. J. Roquemore is president of the club, are especially in- _Wedncsday, Dec. 14, l«^-;r WSCS Holds Holiday : Luncheon Special to The Herald-Post LAS CRUCES, Dec. 14.-r- Holly and red berries dotted' greenery to form colorful ta-" ble decorations for the De 1 - cember luncheon meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of St. Paul's Methodist Church in Las Cruces. The musical program was - arranged by Mrs. Hudson Murrell.. Mrs. Grant Lee sang "Cantique Noel," accompanied by Mrs. William Hayner. There was group singing of Christmas carols. Mrs Emitt Isaacks presented the devotional. "The Other Wise Man" w*s read by Mrs. Albert Cline. Special guest was Mrs. I. J. Ayers of El Paso, well-known church- Mon- noble By International News Service NEW YORK, Dec. 14. — Country are coming back — for city capes men. Trend-setter Henner Heinz, designer of men's togs, predicted today that within five years the U. S. gentleman of distinction will be wearing just-above-ankle-length capes. "Even now, men are custom-ordering them," he said, pointing to a model fashioned after the Austrian officers' cape. It had slash openings on either side for the arms to slip through, turnover collar, leather buttons down the front, and, a hem circum- Further, It. was water-repellant and could be nutria-lined at a luxury price. Heinz said the trend is gradually being picked up by meanswear makers, but admitted it still has a long way to go because of the conservatism of most men." SON'S BIRTH ANNOUNCED Announcement is made of the birth of a son to 2nd Lieut, and Mrs. James W. Ruddell, of Biggs Air Force Base. The infant was born Monday at Southwestern General Hospital. Lieutenant Ruddell is a pilot assigned to the First Strategic New members vited. Mesa Terrace Garden Club will hold its Christinas party Friday in the home of Mrs. J. W. Blake at 1200 Howze avenue. Mrs. Don Himel, Mrs. G. G. McMurray and Mrs. D. R. Lucas will be co-hostesses. Members are requested to brint; vergreens to make Yule decora- ions. There will be a gift exchange. woman. Members of Miriam Rebekah Lodge at Las Cruces will exchange gifts at a Christmas party day. Mrs. Jennie Candler, grand, has announced. Mrs. Candler initiated Mr. and' Mrs. Floyd Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Don Chitwood and Mrs. Juna Stewart into the group during a _ regular meeting recently at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall. Mrs. Mark Thompson was general chairman for the Women's Improvement Assn. bazaar and food . sale held last week at the clubhouse in Las Cruces. Mrs. John^ Stevens assisted Mrs. Thompson. Coffee was served to guests. Mrs. Clara Gehl, former Las ; Cruces resident, is convalescing in E! Paso following a serious illness. Members of the Alpha Omicron' Chapter of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at New Mexico A. and M.- College marked their 50th anniversary recently with a Golden Jubilee. Dance and Open House. forence of three and one-half yards. Support Squadron at Biggs Air Base. RETURN FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Howard Derrick of 3237 Memphis street have returned from a trip to Taylor where they visited relatives. HERE'S "AJAX New Miracle Cleanser with Exclusive ' FOAMING AOION Chapter D, PEO Sisterhood, will eet with Mrs. H. L. Birney at 911 incinnati street on Friday at 12:45 m. for dessert. Mrs. M. Birney Metcalf will assist er mother, "The Spirit of Christ- nas in Song and Story" will be the rogram theme. <• * * * Chapter BP will hold its annual hristmas party in the home of Mrs. . D. Swope at 1127 Montana street morrow at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Doris crguson will be co-hostess. Mrs. Clyde C. Smith and Miss harlotte Crawford will have Targe of the program. Board of Directors Asked to Hold Meet Mrs. Robert F. 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