Thursday Evening; April 1.9, 1951. LAS CRUCJES (N. M.) SUNDEWS. THREE Garden Club Flower Show Committee Offers Suggestions/To Exhibitors With only a week'left before tin spring flower ah'ow, 'sponsored by the'iMesilia.-.Valley .Garden Club the show corrtmitteea :have a few suggestions ah'd" reminders to offer prospective exhibitors. ' ,Â· Bring your ,own . containers whenever possible. '. Stick labe with name of-owher -on: bottom of container, Yoii may tuke your container home after the show Thursday night, firoom Flowers' Croom your, flowers before entailing them. Wipe dusty - or wntoi spotted foliage with a cloth niois-. teried with a , little sweet, cream and \vatch : .if;shlnci;.If;pp3i9ibic, remove fliscoldrcd'or'-Bruised' petals from your ^bloEspms; .-;.-., '$";. Â· Stress, quality ntth'er-lhuii quantity. THrce*-"gÂ«d'v : rosBs';'mav win a tjlitc.*.'rtb']}on;"'ad(l'' 'twdT.nieiHoci i e one's to them, and the judges will paSs them up. \ Â· \ . .... Bring your entries in "on time. The registration committee.'will accept entries from'8:00 until 10:30 a. .m. Anything coming in after that will not be judged, but will be. placed for exhibition only. Classes To Be Ahfioiiiicotl Flower classes will be announced in ihe Sun-News. 1 Read carefully and arrange yotir entries accordingly. ' . - _ . . ' Â·'_ Remember that a winning flower arrangenient'can be made with a very few flmversj each a different variety, \yhen.riof'a single one Scholarships To Be Give^Stiidents By University Three scholaisiiips of $82.50 each and one for. $50 will lie awarded to students who have been graduated from state high schools, and who wilhregister as freshmen- next fall at the University of New Mexico. " ''' ' J Â· Deadline for application is May 1. Â· Dr. C. V. Wicker, Â· chairman of the UNM Prizes and Awards 'committee, said that students from all schools in the state will be judged cm equal, basis. t . ' '. Â· Â· Awards .will -be -made oh basis of high school 'record and need for the monoy,.,.; . .. _ Â· -- .-^...,. rho ^sc+K^R^shfps^he Frederick- Herbert Kent and Christian' "Kent scholarship's; -."(threc;^ for . ?82,50 on ch)-' and 'the.. Jariies',!^. poolit^le RChol:irship;'($l5b), 'winliio awarded io the applicants who show most promise for, college .w6rk. ; ' .Â· Application L should .be ' In ' t h e form of a' letter in .which" the student gives ills. reasons fbi- n'pply- ing. The lette'r should be'seVt to Dt;: C. V. Wicker, University of Now Mexico Box 3fi, through the high school principal's"; of fic.e.' Application should . be acconipa'nipd by 1 the recommendation 1 of the principal. . ; . . . "Â·'.",' It is believed tbut about 30,'DOO,000 American families cook on gas stoves. . ' . ' . "Â· Â· Â· Â· . GOOD EVENING Pleasant Listening K O B E . 1450 '-On.^^. piÂ»l TONIGHT.--- THUHS. ' - Â· ' Â· ' " - Â· - Â· . Â· Â· : 4:30 5:00Â« K-.30* b:s)5 6:00 6:15* 6:30 6:45 6:50 6:55 7:00 7:25 7:.'10 7:45 8:00 . . Eyoninj.Buyei-s flul'de Â« Straight Arrow ' 'Â·'Â·'' '- Sky. King-'' ' . Â·' : Bobby Benson* . iJP. News ' Â· * Foulton Lewis, Jr. '-Let's Waltz War News . Sports Cast , Bill Henry-News.' Concert Mtnature Efkly, .Arnold, ' . .' The. .Unexpected '. . icframrof ' Mercy , , '. ' A-Lri tor' Irffsure Â·Â· Â· * Â· ' R:30. RppQrlera -Rounftup .0:00 UP -News' Â· Â· . ' Â· - .... 9:15 "j-tutua! Kewsree'l, '. 0:30 Con ( iment'qn: Mac Arthur ; Â· Speech - ".Â·;/Â· ' 0:45 Ne\fs i' "."Â· ' '. :"' . 10:00 Sign.'Otr -, 'Â·.Â· ' Â· Â· TOMORROW Â·-;' Fftl. . A.M. ' . ;Â· Â·Â·'Â·':Â· . Â·': Â· 6:00 UP' News Â·',!'-..: Â· 6:05 El Cprrldo Mexlcaho 7:00" Robert Hurieigh . 7:15 Farm and Ranch Mews 7:30 UP News . "Â· 7:-15 Trading Post 8:00 Cecil Bro*n 8:15 GatUci'.noutid'Kids 8:25 News. 8:.'iO Morning. Buyers Guide 0:00 Morning' Devttoiml BilB Mijt Hcrth Trio 0:'J5 News 9:30** 9 ncen fÂ° r i^ a y 10:00 'jackpot Jamboree 10:25 News, 10:30 Facts nnd Fiin (or Everyone MocArthur Dny parafjc' News " N. Y. vs. Washington 10M5 11:30 12:00 r. ii. 1:00 Boli Poolc Show K 0 B E -. Yobr Frtf n41y. WÂ«llÂ«. A MUTtUf, NRTWORK AKKIIJATB of them could win a ribbon. . Mrs. Herman Pitts of the show committee is asking .the public for. ss many large basket arrangements as possible. These are .to be grouped about the fireplace where her committee is planning a garden .plot. - Final arrangements for the show .will be completed at n meeting of all committee chairmen in the \V. I. A. building tomorrow morning Â«t 9:30, El Vecino Meets Â· With Mrs._Garcia The El Vecino club met Monday night in the home of Mrs, Ruben Garcia. - ' ' Mrs. lOddie Chavez, presided over the business meeting. . Â· Mrs. Lino Lara won the raffle gift and Mrs. Tino Valles the door pilze. Bingo was the entertainment for the evening and Mrs. Frank Romero was high. Mrs. Garcia's'living- room v beautifully decorated with spring flowers. Guests present were: Mrs. Eme- Ho Banega-s and Mrs. Lino Lara. Members present were: Mesdames Fiank Romero, Joe Banegas, Tino Valles, Eddie Chavez, Prank Gomez, Charlie Senegas, Robert Hill. Paul Sameniego, Ernest Garcia, Filar Rivas, Eddie Torres,' Alex Renevides, Barney Romero. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Frank Gomez, April 30. GIVEN CKUCES I'OST SANTA FE, April 19 UP)--Division director Cable announced yesterday that Bob Medinger has been added to the field auditor Staff of the sales tax division of he state revenue bureau 'at Las Cruces. Leonardo Da, Vinci drew a plan 'or a helicopter. 4rH-Humming Birds Have Regular Meet All members were' present when the 4-H Humming Birds held their regular meeting. .-Â·Â·- ^.. '.. Measurements.of:'each girl were taken to, help the 'girls make their 'own blouses and dresses. The girls were shown how to adjust patterns to their own measurements. . Methodist Group Closes Three Day Conference Today The Methodist Women's Society of -Christian Service conference continued ' i t s "sessions through Wednesday and will close today. Highligt. of' yesterday's, program was - a- .play, presented by women of the Las Cruces society. The play was "As Waters That Cover the Sea," by Ethel Shutters, of Odessa, .Texas. Mrs. Foster Gentry, was direct'br and Mrs. Allan Duitirmn was in charge of costumes and properties. Cast Of Play The cast .included: Mesdames Allan Duitnifin, Foster Gentry, J. S. Wilbiirn, L..-R Prntt, David Johnson, Albert .Cline, Allan McCombs, Lee W. Marklcy. Clyde Simpson.' W..E. Whitficld; Bea Woodward, Homer Farncy, G. N. Stroiiian, Ben Boykin. Tosha Nakayama, and Lon Meadows, from Doming. DfctHct 'Dinm-i-B District dinners were as follows: Clovis and Pecos, at Vonnle Lee's; Albuquuique at Town Talk Cafe; Cl Pnso, at the High School cafeteria. District presidents presided at each of the dinners. At the night meeting". .Mrs. C. A. Bar.r of Austin. Texas and president of the South Central Juris- ilitions of WSCS, was speaker. Tlifi j Eoys choir of Lydia Patter-soii Home Fov Boys at El Paso offered several numbers. Moving Pictures Moving pictures about the Navajo Indian school at. Favriiington were shown. Reports weie given "rom the Harvard school for Girls at Albuquerque and on the settle- Second Of Golf Tbitihey Begin This fek First matches of the Ladie^Gtolf tournament were played jVpril':'n- 18. Pairings for'the secoritl': ro'ljrid matches were announced 'at 1 " tlie' regular meeting of ihe club, Wednesday. Second matches are to 'be played before next Wednesday. Pairings are as followy; cham-. pionship flight, 1. Jean HartHne nnd Andrea Palmer; 2.- Thelma I-'lowers nnd Elisa Burn; coi'Eo'la- lion, 1. ICatherine Merriw'cather and Alyce Alcott; 2. Hcrnice Co'riey and Glenna Wood. First-flight, l. Nftll Gulickj,nii(i Millie Hayner; consolation Peg Cusfck nnd Nell Jordan. : ..- Â·'. Second flight, 1. Fay Whentlcy and Fran Clute; 2. Irene Burke and Caroline Burke;, conaolntipn. Ilka Feather! bye. " ": Thiril flight, 1. Joan Alcott.and. lltihy Evana; 2. Joan Knight' nnd Jeun Bowen; consolation, Ernestine nanisoh and Glennn Allen. At the Wednesday meeting golf' play was low not and Lillian H a m - j mill, was high, winning the g o l f , ball, Elisa Burn won the (PC-S.,J Florence Bronson was high nt c:i-' nasta and Betly LiUlc-~hiÂ£h at j bridge. I 1 Members present were: Ernes- i tine Garrison. Florence -.Bronson. i Irene Burke, Betty Â· LiUle. Nrll Guliclt, Murgy Neweil. Jean Me- j Arthur, Elisa Bum, Baltic Becno. j Mary Van Bum, Lillian Hammlll, Cleo Deanc. Ida Mae Snow, Nell -Jordan, Mil- j lie Hayner, Fian Clute,^ Barbara ! Â·feb ) ' /er iT 1 9 c ! c 1 Auxiliary Group ri'/'i if.'i'f sttri 11 fit* '\.'l si/~it i it /v _Â«_Â· _'_ _*. . ' Will Distribute Booksin Hosptal . Mrs.'' r A\fn i Losing was hostess foi^theoif4''e'sbytdr|pii College circle Morina"y. : 'AprlJ ISMrs. P. E. vTuuIc and^Mrs. \V. Er ; .\ya'iklns were.cb- hosfessM.'s. x-vlvj! ....... .*. ... ^^ Ids gave Perry Foust n; paper on Presbyterian \voi:i^!aÂ£"Sheldon-Jackson school-at.Siticn Alaska. ilefrcshments were servel by the hostess to 22 members and two g-liests. COM ING EVENTS Tiie Se\v nnd Sew club will April 20th nl The distribution of books and magazines to the patients of Me- mqrial General hospital was assured '"iMomlay nvening when Harry Miller, hospital administrator, pre,- seritud a book-cart to the Women's Auxiliary, \|ade by employees of the hospital," the^cart is handsomely finished, rubbo^Uted and large enough to serve- as^'n cbjjjpinte library on whpel5.'*'.'H is mii I ~'inten- l tion to circulate the libi-nry twice each week," stated Mrs. G. A. L'F" PnitlVht 2:30p." ( m"' ir eaUiPi : . project chairman, -s April 25. Â· .. f ; JAfhjress Of Wplcuiin* ^ 5 '-/ ',|.' .i'p nis address of-welcome to the [ericaixL.-gion will-hnlti-aT^ V6 " niCn: Â» Auxiliary Miller stressed :tin| Svflli the Legion | tÂ»e fmporUnce of such organizn- - ^ Â·*- i lions in the efficient functioning of a hospital.; ''The value of their work has received national recog- [the Legion hut. There will be card playing, danc- i n g ' ^ n d refreshments. Guests welcome. nition -by the Amc'rican Hospital Association," stated Miller. Vt '" | "There are many services that All chairmen of the Garden L-lubJjin mix!Mary cun perform for a Flower-show committees jure ask-'l'litispitnl bill the most important c'.l to 1 , nii-'et at 9?ilO a. m. F r U l a y j i s its public relations work. Mcm- moining, at the WIA clubhouse, j hers should chock with the admin--^-v^ : -- | isti ator wlietievor they, hear a Bridiciv.nuby Evans, LuQlho "mi I "Â°''y "nfavqral.le to the hospital Â· Hall, I . . ,- . - JO XtAV- cll. Violet Porter, LiiVoniiejThomp- scin, Alyce Alcotl. "_. j to it t h a t nnly the t r u t l ^Johnson was ia new;'membi'iv ntro-1 Mrs. L. E. Fremlenllial. clinir- iiutn of the auxiliary, presided at o WSCS helps to support ;ali j '^ '. organisations. Â· Â· ' f 'Â·'Â·' Â·' ment work in El Paso aml'-.X.lpinbU' Texas. ' ' ' ' ' ' '" Thn these o r g a n s a o n s . Â· Â· Â·'Â· The morning session today C!OK- ed with an executive board 3un- (.'heon in the. church undercroft. The new officers were installed by Mrs. C. A. Barr. . ;,Mrs. N. L. Nori is presided -ov^r- all meetings held at the-cluirclis- Around 500 women from all.'par^'of the state have pnrtirtpated ji^ this tbre day conference. ', MEN! IT'S TIME TO Yes iho seasons here .again--arid' you'll. find just ihe iypo .siraw you-want at the POPULAR--Pl ?n now to sojqci your Straw tomorrow while' stock and sizes ,-ire complete! Â· STETSON * MALLORY Genuine Panama in' mesh weaves and also MilTM Straws Light and Dark Straws in our large selection ,TWO CHEAT, NAMES TO SELECT FROM! $JS r "' r Â·' , : : i h r Straws From $1.45 to $4.95 THE STORE FOR MEN WE GIVE S H GREEN STAMPS .Â·_._l._ ' . ' : Â· - ' , Â· : Â· 'Â· -I V.^ V.v^- . , . Â· : , . Â· ' . Â· Better than a Western Ballad! SALAD WAFERS ihat harmonize with your idea or" ihe way - a cracker should tastel SUPREME BAKERS brand 'em... laiso yourself a familiar green box at your grocers! Q W M A N B I S C U I T C O M P A N Y O F T E X A S the meeting whicli was nelcl. at Memorial General hospital.'she Introduced Airs. N a t e K n t t t l q , piesi- dent of the Hotel, bicti, 1^1 Paso Auxiliary, who ..In turn present eti Â·Mrs. Naomi. : Kmerson, public relations director for Hotel DJPU and executive 1 secretary of the auxili- ft 'v - . .Â· Â· Vahwblti suggestions wcr.e made by the El Paso speakers whpipoinl,: ed out ways the auxiliary members, could relieve the regular hospital' staff so "that additional nuising ^ervico \voulU.UejAvaIlible for pa- lients-'^fou liave'a wonderful hospital and a fine set-up for your Â·nixiliary," stRtfirt"Mrsl Knittle in wishing success foV. tht future OL ! the Memorial Generifl Hospital ^$LL--j_. ' Christopher Morley'I home on Long Island itl^rtmTie'd JGreen Escape". Â· ' nÂ«,*'J ( " "Expert IiisiffSncK "A J vice . . . Chliton- Luan insurance Co. and.r,.'-:. \ JJETTTÂ£Â©ATS Â·Â·..* U . - p j '.-, ^ I "^/f a \ I iÂ« 'Â·i Â· ; "" j*f34 ChoicA *i ?'Â·'Â·'Â· y^K--' -;-A^?J m.-- M Rayon - 'Â·-!'Â·.Â·Â· Woven Crepe : '.Â· While,'pink, blue, maize colors in soft smooth multllilamenl rayon crepe. Slips, arc, (ace and nel trimmed lop and ' bollom .. . . petticoats arc loco and'nylort. net trimmed. All are os.i|l.ustra.ted. .
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