Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 6, 1951 · Page 9
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 9

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 6, 1951
Page 9
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^Sunday Morning, Mir 6, 1951 ^Paintings Of Nationally Known Local Arjjst To Be On Display . -LAS CRUCES '(N.'.M.l, SUN-NEWS An exhibition.',of : paintings of unusual interest: will be. held from 1 to 5 p. m'. on Tuesday Wednes- Jay. andThursday, May 8, 9, and 10, In' the homo-of Dorothy Patterson Weiss,,'McDowell-"Road? Mc- fcllla Park, New. Mexico' nationally Jfmwn artist. rnnl Showing Featured will be the first show i ing of "The" Assumption," a worl [' commissioned by Mohsigheur Bu channan as an altar piece for Ihe ehurch-of Our Lady of Assumption K Seated. In the Beaumont hospita area of El Paso, Texas. ( . The'large;picture depicts an almost life size figure o f ' t h e rising 1 of the .Blessed Mother Mary. Jr f each _'corner, mortised into the frame, are four small heads of the i Blessed 'Virgin 6ach symbolic 'of the four-most-important phases'of her life. . . - - . , . In characteristic- fashion Dorothy Patterson : Weiss has again been successful' in 'using modern treatment without the loss of rapture of-true Holy spirit. Example.of Fine-Art .. "Local Visitors, to the exhibition will hav.c their first chance to see ill the frame of "The Assumption" *i unusually fine cxampe of the art of Sgraffito: This method of enhancing the value of color rcach- cil a high degree of · perfection among the masters of the 14L AM Graduate To Be Mimed Here Announcement was made thi H'cck of the engagement of Mis Lupe Sierra, former Las Cruceh and Harlan' Stamm. both teacher. Helen. An August wedding has en tentatively planned to tak nee in Las Cruces. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sierra, Lns Ouccs. She attended AM coL- lc£c and upon graduation went to Eclcn to teacii physical education in the high school. Th'ie is her scond year in that position. : Mi'. Stamm is from. Fox Lake, Wise., where his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. H. C. Stamm still reside.' He intended Whitewater Stats Teach- cls college in Wisconsin where"he: was editor of the college". pa'pei'V He was also president .'of Phi Clif Epsilon. This Is Mr. StammV fi^'it ypar in the Belen schools: He' is."a main and science Instrucjb'r'i'n the lunior.high 1 'school. ' ~X--V'v"' ·'.. : · · . · . Jt'.y-s;. - f c-ft ^-,y. · century. However, because of the'diffi- cult technique involved, Sgraffito is .today .almost a lost art. 'Dorothy Patterson Weiss is'recognireci in. South-Western art circles' iis one of the few artists able' to use this unusual medium' of creating patina so necessary;-for. the portrayal of holy subjects. ' Art lovers are cordially Invited. AM Fraternity Initiates Men, ; Elects Officers New Mexico AM college chapter of Phi lju Tau, national honorary arts and sciences fraternity has initiated 18 members' and'has chosen officers for the comln year: Dr. Marion p. Hardmah 6 the English department, was th guest speaker. The new members' aye:';Gene ieve Armell, sophomore iedlica ion' major,' Winnebago, vNebrj Judy Arnold, junior- htstpry-'aiii social science, Ysleta, Tex';\Don : ii Carmichel, 'sophomore 'matnemift cs, Las Cruces. · '. : . Manuela Crosno, special student Mesllla Pork; Vava Ami Dickerson sophomore home economics, Hurley; Dan Griffith.'.sopnVmorc journalism, Green Tree; Fred Hinchey sophomore physics, Las Cruccs. Charles Matthew, sophomore business administration, Roswell; Donna Mac. Meacham,- Eophomorc education. Las Cruces; ..Esther Melendrcs', sophomore, home' economics, Las Cruces; Queene/ftuth Morrison, senior English;'iSTs- Cruces; Frances Ottson, 1 sophomore education. La Mesa. Mary Alice Price, junior home economics, Springer; Billie B. S\vain. sophomore home economics aanJon; Tod Van Seelen, junior. iiisiness adminstration, Santa Fe; Lou Helen Von Engelbrechten! sophomore s o c i o l o g y , Seattle Wash. ' '.. New officers are-'William Eck- elmami, junior journalism, Ridge- ield Park, .N. J., president; Ted Van ' Seelen, vice president; nnd KaUliyn . Gjbbs, junior history nd social science, Las' Ci-uces, ecrctary-treasurer. Di\ P. M. Balwin is the - faculty sponsor. .Personal LOUH . » . - niltoa. toaa: t Imurance JUST INSTALLED i } A NEV^ VAN NORMAN: , Crankshaft Grinding Machine . : ; . ' ''.-··· 'wiiH ;Vari r p-LJte Firiisli · ; · · : ; - , . ' ' . ' · ' -."· '/'. j 1 ^ . ' . · . . . , ^ . . - ' MO-TOR REBUILDING : : All types of Automotive Repairs · · Come in and s*« our machinery in operation VALLEY MACHINE SHOP 137 N: WATER ·;;; y · ; . ' , PHOifE 941-W- BECAUSE BEAUTIFUL BONDEX "66PS -VVALLS *0m,! SEE! I MADE OUR WHITE B R I C K v HOUSE .REALLY SEALS THE SURFACE...^^Mfe 'P«r(ecl for ilucco, ttont, concrete, block, and a'lbejtoi ilding, Itpoi BOHpEXteolimoiitureoutpf.bQH- . mend, cornel [n white arid 12 loviiiy colors,' mixes easily, with VfOttniTry II loonl BONMX C.menl Folnit.' Mb. pkl.; »M», ,-lJ.H. ^1, .Mt imio ·b*«l . rife* . iMxibMlit* rMHly-H^M* ffltil, THAM ALL OTM6R .' CEMEffr PAIMT5 COMBINED/ PHONE ANY WIJTUN UH|ON OFfia (by MMiWr) ANYWHERE ta fiSi U. S. A. ASK FOR "OPERATOR 25" Mission Td Be Held By Catholic Church The -Very Reverend Father Ga briel Brenkus of the Society of thi Precious Blood will preach at al Masses today in St. GenevieVe'f church, announcing the Mlsslw that will be held during the week' Bach evening-' Father Brenkus will preach at 7:30'o'clock and each morning at 7:00 o|clock.. The members of the'parish arid the public at'large are 'earnestly invited .to.attend the Mission and lear the sermons which will be n series of eloquent and practical discourses o r i ' t h e great truths of eternity, said Fa them KIrgan the Jastor of the Catholic church 'in " »s Graces. The object'.of the Mission is to ncrease the faith in the good and inable them, to attain to eternal salvation; to arouse the lukewarm ife of fervor; to encourage all who arc in sin to. make their peace with 3o!l,. and to call back all those who lave strayed from the practice of.' their religion. Father Kirgan also announced that the sermons during the Mis-' sion-wlll'-be^prea'ched In English'. . '-. .V" . j *·*·«-WJWIBU suuasn 01 -his type Src;likely jo be stringy: S9Si,??Mft?!''are gob'ci baited and served as is or.' removed from the ·kin and. mashed with butter or nargarlne or drippings and salt mil peppcrf add a little brown ugar too" If .you lilte, as seasoning' Book Designer To Speak Before Folklqre^Group ' Carl Hertzog, Kl Paso dosignei and printer of beautiful, books, is coining 1 to Las Cruccs hexL Satu r d a y ' t o speak at Uie afternoon session o f . t h e New Mexico Folklore, society. His topic will be "Designing: and' Printing Folklore Manuscripts." ' - Aiiied Many Books Hertzog is an easterner, who came to El Paso some years ago, and liked the atsmophere, people and culture, of the Southwest so nu'ch that he has'settled here. Together with Tom Lea he designed and then printed the beautiful 'Twelve Travelers through the Pass of the North." He has printed a number of other books, many of hem now'collector's items. Artistic Arrangement Hci-tzog regards the artistic ar- ·angenierit'and printing- of a volume of folklore as a unified proem involving type, arrangement n page, color find texture of pa- ier, ilustration and even dust' : c'ov- r as all items of importance in the final iniprossion.'a reader will; receive, i ... ' . He will bring with h'im a numb'i of his hooks to ilustrate in a grapl ic fashion the way he carries' ou his Ideas, in a finished volume. . . All. interested arc cordially i: Vited to this lecture. PAGE PARTY LINES ' Mrs. Mnmlp 1 !ipiilpKon : Box 573. Hatch, is a medical patient .it Southwoitrrn' General hospital ;n El. Paso. Her condition Is described ns. "gooll." ' ' '.' * _ Mi-s. Joe Rogers will spend next weeh with her son, Joe, in Borger, Texas. He lias recently had aii emergency operation. · Joe graduated from State College last year and is at present a research chemical engineer for the ,Huber Chemical and Oil Company, .* Mr. and lira. Earl Talbot. Wichi- a, Kansas, have been spending the past week with Mr. Talbot's mother, Mrs. L. A. Talbot, and her family, \ .- - A · . ' ' Mrs. E. n. Kdwards,'·"·140 N. Afameda, has returned to lias Cru- ccs after spending tlic last' two nontlis in Fort Benning, Ga., visiting 'her daughter nnd son-in-law. Dipt, and Mrs. William R. Hanks. She,brought.their two sons, Charles and Stephen, home for a few weeks vacation. Captain Hanks has been reassigned to'Austin Tex. Want n new kind of relish for 'ish ? Dice calery mill marinate in French dressing or in a little mild inegai- seasoned wlursugnr, salt and mustard. .. Bride-Eleci Is Given Shower A bridal shower honoring Miss Irene Alburson,. bride-elect of Walter Schwartz, was given by Mrs. .1. A. U'oiss, Thursday night, in her home. Dei-orations included yellow and purple Iris, yellow and white streamers from the chandeliers, nnd white tapers. Refreshments served were yellow and white ice cranm nnd cakp. punch, and mints. Guests were: Mrs. J. F. Albcr- son and daughter,' Irene; Mrs. J. FJ Alberson, Sr., from Kansas; Mrs. B. E. Anderson and'daughter, Hcl- Mrs. jVca Eicholtz and .daughters, Delia Ann and Connie; -Mrs. Rex Barrifj'and daujnter, Yvonne; Evelyn Nlnaslio^Jpiln.-arid Doris McFailaiut;. Nancy ."Bod'anr Prances \Voodj: Marjorie May';: Fit Howell; Mary: ; Loillse. Fish;. . ,,. ..' Mrs. Weiss jvas t assisted by hbr daughter, and her niece Nancy Uo- clan. V; NELSON · . 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