Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 5, 1951 · Page 3
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. .Thursday' Evening, April 3, 1951. LAS CRUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS oy/T: Jijnior: Catholic Dgughier s W ill Hold Initialion An JinTlual Initiation'will be held April 8th, by the Junior Catholi Daughters ,of Court Snntti- Cruz NO. i. .; ' ·-. ·:·'· Girls to be Initiated nncl mem- bers\wlll attend the 8:30 mass in their uniforms.--. \, · · After mass, member's will nerve a breakfast' at.Palmer Lodge for the initiate's. _ At 2 p. m. new and'old mem. bers will meet at .Palmer Lodge for the official and stunt Initiation. The religious ceremony will follow at St. Genevieve's church and the new girls will receive 'emblems for their caps and-uniforms. Following the religious ceremony a party will be held 'at Palmer. Lodge. Hostesses' for the party are: Mary Jane Montez, Genevieve Rodriquez and Mary I^ou Amesquita. The initiation will bo under the superi'isinn of Mrs. George Banc- gas'a'nd Mrs. E. Alexander. El Vecino Has- Regular Meeting Mrs. Ernest Garcia was hostess when the El Vecino club met Monday night. . . ·; . j · ". After a short business .meeting bingo was played. Mrs. Ray Quintana w.on the raffle gift and Mrs. Rumaldo Silva won the door prize. Gifts from their rosita were c-?ivod by Mrs., Tina Vallcs and Airs. Charlie Banegas. Guests were Mrs. Lino Lara ntvl Mrs. Jean Bourget. Members present' .were: Mcs- dames Robert Hill, Tino Vales, Eddie Torres. Charlie BiMU-fjus, liny Quintana, Joe , Lucero, Rumuldo Silva,. Simon Serna, Paul Sanmn- iego, I* Van It Romero, Eddie Chavez, Pilar Rivas, Ruehen Garcia, Alex Benavidcs, Frank Gome?.. Refreshments were served after the meeting. Mrs. Ruben Gnrcia will"be hostess for the next meeting. Former Grucens Are Honored In Colorado Word has just been received that Willard .Bartlett; Jr., a senior in .Colorado College, has been elected to the .honorary society of Phi Beta- Kappa. He at one time attended State College and is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Willard Bartlett Sr., both of whom have taught in State College. Another son, Dr. Allen Bartlett, assistant professor of Physics in the University of Colorado at Boulder, is this quarter giving a series of lectures on radiological ihysica 'in the Medical college in Denver. , Dr. and Mrs.- Bartlett, Sr., are now making their Verne, California, home in La Reorganized .Guild Of Methodist Church Has First Meeting The newly reorganized Junior Guild of at. Pnul's" Methodist Church met in the ladies' parlor Wednesday night. Irene Knox presided, Thj Guild^ rfompo^ed of high Hchoo'I age girls and -is sponsored by the Methodist WSCS. Ne\v officers of the guild are: president, Irene Knox; vice president, Joyce Amos; treasurer, Daisy Miller; reporter, Jo Irving. The guild is being reorganized under the leadership of,Mrs. Cleo Roberts and Mrs. G. U Hoykin. The next meeting will be the first Wednesday in May. COMINGEVlNTS There wilj be a called meeting of Miriam Rcbekah Lodge at the home of Lottie Turner, 1212 W. Brownlee, at 8 p. m. today. It is urgent that everyone attend. * ' ' . The Mary Martha 'Circle .will imld a Rummage Sale, Saturday, April 7th, at 406 South Main, near Dutch's Market. * Dr. Marion Hardman, State College, , under the auspices of the Progress Club, will review the book, "Boswcll's London Journal," at 3 p. m., Wednesday, April n t h , in the Faculty Clubroom, Milton Kail. PART^LINES. Winners in the Duplicate Bridge Club' Tournament Monday night were: first,'Mrs. Tom.Radock and Mrs. Josephine Sullivan; second, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gwaltney. Denver University Officials To Visit Schools Friday Two University of Denver rep- esentatives will visit Las Cruces Friday, April 6' to meet with local chool officials, high school stu- lents'and alumni. · Wayne Shroyer and Colbert Cu- hing, will call on Supt. C. S. Conlee; Principal S. H. M'oscley, and senior at Uis Cruces high school. They will discuss with the school administrators and students the educational * benefits, scholarship possibilities and recreational opportunities available at the University, largest independent college in the Rocky Mountain region. Gushing, director of the DU summer sessions, also will outline details of an expanded program of special workshop, seminars, institutes and class offerings slated for this year. Several hundred Xevv Mexico teacliers and under- £iaduate students yearly attend DU's summer quarter. Physicians Age More Than Pa lien Is Do, Draft Doctor Says ' PrrTSHUKGH (£) --A Pittsburgh- physician declares selective service examinations for doctors lave rcvciiled that they age early. Many'physicians, says Dr. George E. 'Spencer, appear older than the selective service age. limit of 50 'i 1 medics. Dr. Spencer advises the physicians to take frequent vacations 3ven an: "over night" vacation rom calls will be helpful, lie sug- jests, although he recommends three-day vacations as most helpful- '' · . . . ' . . , . The reason physicians age fast, Dr. Spencer says, is that they work-too hard--right from thn he- ginning when they enter college. Irregular hours after practice is started as another reason for early aging of doctors, Dr. Spencer adds. Doris Mardis Is Speaker For Club Miss Doris Mardis spoke on how to keep a record of menus for a week, when the Las Amigas , tension club hild its -meeting April'3, in the Temple of Agriculture. ; ·* Mrs. Alonzo Apodaca presided arid Mrs. William Enriquez was hostess. . ' ' ·ThQ; t .lucky prizes were given to Mrs. Paul Rouriquez and Mrs. William Rodriquez. Members present were: Mesdames Joe Lucero, Robert Hill, J. M. Failllla. G. M. Jauriquc, Bill Rogers, William Enriquea, Catari- Hernandez, Fred Oliver, Elisa Lopez. Ray Quintana, Frank Gurrero, Ernest Larna, Alonzo Apodaca, Paul Rodrequez, Joe Chavez and Miss, Doris Mardis. Refreshments were served and it was announced the next meeting will he wit!-. Mrs. Frank Gu0r- rero. Why Be Sleepless To-night? Because of Acid Indigeilion? J Do yon toss and rurn after you ROto tird? Do you have a hanl lime poinp to sleep? If j-our stomach is churning up loo much acid, that's what's apt to happen. Try eating I or 2 Tunis before you no to bed. See if you don't sleep better, \vnke up refreshed. Keep Tunis hnndy 10 counteract sour stomach .. .'cas .. .heartburn. Millions of Americans do. Get a roll today. IluimD-ieiiilitid TM»M I" » nilt TM '»" llm ' T»o kinds-Diin md-Pnnliln. ForPercolatbrorPot o Schilling Coffee · "« On cent,;.; . ---^ feSsSSi Cub Pack 24 Needs Chairs In Clubroom Cub Pack 24, sponsored by the Mac Arthur P-TA ,is making a public appeal for chairs or benches. At the present time, they have none in their club room. Anyone having chairs or benches to donate to this Pack, please call W. E. Latimcr at 0190-R4 or yoi; may leave the articles at the Westside Grocery, 1256 W. Picucho. Any donation will be deeply appreciated. Tips On Buying By DORIS MARDIS County Home Demonstration Agent Milk When you buy fooifs for the family,;you are investing in health-the health of your family. It's n sound investment if -the combined foods in your meals furnish the amounts o f ' t h e various;. nutrienU that are essential to'.'good health. Milk is probably the'prize package of all foods, in terms of the food value obtained-from 1 it. A: milk prices have remained; at levels not much highciythai} prices of June, 1950, milk is an even batter buy when compared to other foods, for which prices have increased considerably since the out- break'off the Korean conflict. Milk contains more of*the substances essential to good, nutrition than iiny other food. A;*qiiert of milk," recommended daily, require- nent for children and elderly .persons, furnishes all the calcium, ·!£ the protein, 2/3 of the phosphorus, i/3 of' the thiaminc, -J/$ f the riboflavin; and^/5-of hie' energy needed each clay. :'-. y '" ,-,The Basic 7 Food chart ^groups- 1 milk a.nd dairy products (except- ng butter) in' a class by '*·· themselves, for milk--whole, skimmed, evaporated, condensed, buUcrmiUj, or dry--is' our leading source qt calcium. Some homemakers finU; it economical to use one.. kindSfpr. drinking and another for. cobk'ing? Dry, evaporated, or skimmed milk/ is economical for cooking, adding food value to the diet. Lot's compare costs of milk in various'forms. You get the equivalent food value of 1 Quart of fresh wltola^niille,from-the following: 'p*IHt\q£ evaporated milk plus 1 pin of-lifter; if and 3/8 cups of drle whole jiiilk plus-a quart of -wtttci 1;;. quart of liquid skimmed "mlli pins'3 tablespoons of butter; or cup of dried skimmed milk plus quart of water * and 1% ounce 'of 'butter. / ; .- 'Sk'iniined milk, either fresh o dry, and buttermilk are milk wit the fat and most of the yitamli hemovecl, so include more leafy green and r yellow vegetables in Uie diet, when theso! forms of milk - used!- ' * ' . , For ,full food value, give milk proper- care: 'Put milk in the re frigprator as soon as possible. Milk loses its vitamins when exposoi too long f to .warm temperatures. The 3C rule is safe to follow Keep milk clean, cool, and covered Cool milk is sweet milk. To pre- serve'its flavor/ keep it nt temperatures 'below 50°F. Clean milk s healthful milk. Ieave milk in tht original container, but wipe the bottle clean before storing in the refrigerator. [iHersLale Meeting 5n/;0il; (Compact Is Sei Jor April 26 SANTA FE, April 5 UP) -- Nenr- 'lyrhaif'/. the''"states, m t h e - u n i o n Wi]J; (^represented at a meeting 'o£jt1iejinters(ate oil compact com- ;ftus3$fy*,hcre April 26-27. V-Rfcharil Spurrier, executive di- iHcLor£oit ; Uie New Mexico Oil conservation commission, reports more than 350 reservations from 20 of the 21 states in the compact. Gov. Allen Shivers of Texas is compabt chairman. ·Deafen Join in WELCOME BACK TO BASEBALL JUBILEE! IT'S A BIG CELEBRATION TO MARK BASEBALL'S "ANNIVERSARY YEAR!" SUPPORT YOUR TEAM! SEE OPENING GAMES! It's baseball t i m e -- a n d t h a t brating now! Get' a case or a m e a n s Dr. Pepper time, too! c a r t o n of Dr. P e p p e r , thej^-. You've a lot ofhappy clays ahead sparkling drink with the really 1 i of y.o'u, with America's favorite d i f f e r e n t flavor. 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Values'to $ 19.75-^LAPSES HATS Brand ne whats. All the fashionable colors, styled in various'' types of straws. Not too many ''' left. · · ' . ' . ' . - i j f L A D I E S S H O E S GROUP 1 Broken lots of $2.98, $3.49 $3.98 shoes. Many patterns and colors but not all sizes . . . ... (Wedge heel'shtfesj in . new patterns Rfeg. price-$4:-98 to $6.fO. Aii "excellent vaUi^at ''"only . . . ''·' I 1Y (O'M i'w 1 .JFc ·'·"'·''· LAS CRUCES, NpW"MEXICO ^ ,,

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