r i v , TM*d*y t M i r l . l U l LAS CHOCES (M. M ) pUN NEWS PAGE THHQ Rebekah, Oddfellow Lodges Join In Thirf Annual Fish Fry Sunday 1 i Â»------ ---- Over 250 pvppte attended the tmnj"Â«nnuÂ»l fiÂ«h fry flvrt by the Oddfellow* ud Rcbtktlui Sunday ittertoon tit Vv'Mt'ncMho Mkwl i The' welcip4 address nai given by K E SuthÂ«)Mn Morrif Dick Â«non maÂ»tÂ«r of Â«mhonlw in traduced gueatajrom various jwrU oil New M*-lco Ind imrtt Item other Â«UteÂ»^ir ' He alto e*prepÂ«d his thanks to Â·tf fbheUMn who-^ntribufd ''* tor the occaalon and to,Bowman Â« Bakery Meads *Â«Xiry PriceÂ« Creameries arid the White Dot Cafe for their donatien.1 , jUsponaa was given by Jim l*w 1*8; El. PMO and the truest book wan presided brer l,y Mf.-T Y Curler and Mlafi Ixulse Witt The ftah Were cookid by JjiU.Dlek erwn _, ^ J " , ' l x Hebekaha furnished Uie Mlada afld prtStltted tht Oddfellows *|Ui aÂ»;annlye.riiary'.\.cake-:With' three. . . . nd toppy nnlveraÂ«ry .writ^ld : 8h tjfc:w ; -:-^c:;: '.'Â·'." ' ' ' ' " Â·Â·* : ' V. : A'calte'd'nfw1hf.wii5 ; yÂ«qn : bjr-Her- tfer'L Punipri'fey.^T^e.ye***/' was ; lÂ»ltW-.*y' Sirs: -Ethel : Shcrir-.ing Mrs; Herbefr $*Â»?; ^mlh'g,. was M chafgti'odjtlicjdrmiwna:.."-.': . ' . /.ThÂ£ .qynijrnjitet.Mn^cliarjfe'.bf'ar- . . i . BoWo' irand; "Tfumaij. Cprlejv'sec- irt an . i'riilorrts Dickeriwn, district. " i . ' . W I t t ; 'Don. Chit- ri'riilorrts Dic nd m"aatÂ«r^H;i.'. l UBllBo:J1 rol U;BlBo;:J10yd,,,Coemin;.. 6uL.of,'toWivfiie"Â«tÂ» were: frand '' OO.F. s nifatfr; of -. N^w'' %xico IO.O.F., Herbert 1 ' O'yUori,' v Demlng'; 'Â· 'grand Â· warden of'j.O.airUi johnon Deming; past .presldenta ,6'f Texas Re- I and Mfa.-Jcin *Â· V ch'alfiian'of; h ' . . . Lawle'sV.El Paso; - committees ,ot , T*Â«.ifÂ»i*Â«k'iih assembly, Mrs. El' ' ' ' ' Â· - ' ' Â· Pa'so'. Â·: ea x M o n ^ m e r n c in :;HÂ»tch con;::. : Filo!Â»)r; - ty-JTea 'for ! was held JfUfy' 4. - The'''progrÂ«il(i-;.dliriÂ», noon ^.waVjffcpjinki; ,* '.(n'enWers fronY -ticiiCclmbJ; tncluijca'.tn ^the pnjgr'atfv '''.wVe i mus)cÂ».l'', numbers, 'Â· Mexlca'S'' Jrt c i*!' **tÂ»n,itri i ''l n *' i ty the'firtta^d^qh'i'iTa^p.tt'irom Teachers' Group Honors Visitors At Luncheon Meet Las Crucci \ language teachers were hosta at a covered dish luncheon when :-the:;New.' -Mexico Chapter of the American asspcia tlon of Spsnun ami Poituguese Teachers ^mef.at the' high; school Sunday with Mis Mai la G de Prieto presiding. Mrs.'--F. L: '.Zimmerman Â·intro- duced Â·Arma'ndd 1 Chavez,. of - the preparatory -school Â· in Juarez, who spoke on Mcxican'llteratute Â·Â·Eriiesta Hlmenei, state college, and- Mrs. 'John-- Alexander reported on textbooks published iccently Itiss HUman, Sliver City high ichool; wa.^,namcd chairman of the nominating '.committee.. Other' officers, of 'the' 1 organization, arc Mrs. fsls Galindo.lsilvcr City,'and Emil Walgamouth.' Tularosa. ... 'Â·i"'.ThÂ« ..local' teachers who enter- tained'the group '.were Mrs. E. E. Chavez; Mrs. John) Alexander, Mrs Mabel : Blackmnn,; Alfonso .Garde, Affaplto Vicacas, Ernesto- Jimcn ez, Mrs. : ' Malic G. de Prieto, Miss Grace 'MacDonald and Mrs. F. L Zimmerman*, i Â· ; ' ' " - . Mrs! William Waldrip and Raul Enriqucz invited the group to tho Anthony--high:.school for the next meeting -of the association. ; : following the meeting Mr. En- r.iquci accompanied the guests, to, UicTPllgrlmagc 'in Old. Mcsltla. Card Parly Is Held By District Nurses ~ . '.The District : IN'Urscs-Association met Thursday.evening- for a.bridge and canastk party, in the home of Mrs. Jrenc! Phillips. . Hostesses were: Mrs. Patricia Marshall,'-Mrs.'Clara Voss, and Mrs., Irene, Phillips.' : Â· Diiringi Uie short'. business meet- ng'.ifwas'idec'ded that.the institute' on' atomic warfare' nursinf? will-lie -h'eld'iagalri.In the near fu- .urc.,for the fcencfit of nurses who were' previously unable -to.-.attend he lectures.' Bulletins announcing he.cUt'e.will'bc posted in the hospital. . - .' '- ' M- . A' tyifui L neia ( I T t Â·**Â«*. ,Â·,"*Â·"r."i"TM thÂ»riW!'tSiimlitiily.' IM'SlKns iay- lrf**y*ih'BifteriilÂ»ri"Cluli Member \ fjiris ircrÂ«'' 1 -hÂ«d..ijrtn. 1 rriiide.to.ol- Jet^e'.'rnitlAh'al '-HomVIXmonstr*- tioh Week.' Â· t .. , .:.:'.--.' ''-Â·A''-Tc6llection 'of.-.\pchhlM. for ;YriSndahlp^waa 'talion. 1 .This money will 'be-'contributid^to. the Asso- cUUcil CoUntr5f..v.Wi'omch, of the Worla Â· fdr' ;iuthcflng; ^tljtlr pro, grsm.'.ln .fostering, 'good.' rclatlonB '"Â· irnohg rurnl;Women: all : over .Uio .; TMfc .teavfablc waa'beautifully decorated with, spring flowers. De- 1 ilctbusiSaniWiches,-. cookies .and punch' wcri'servsd;to the group. : : . 14M : On Your. WÂ»l Â· .TOHIOHT--'TUES. Â· JP.'M.'. Â·' : ; : :-,. : v '". 5 : ; '-.-' '.. ' Â·4:3'0 v Evening-Buyers Guide 4:5- iJes.n'l)ack,and listen'. B:00** Straight'-Arrow; Â·' - . 5"r3f 'Â·: Siy-Klni-,.. .' . " - , ; , :6:IW"' dmliriel; Hcattcr.-- ' , "Jr.... . -'UP ttjtyi- 'Â·SpM feist' - . j. Henry ind. the ' ' ' " u- J .7:^0 ' . : 'Glvli; Defense Â·Program . Â·,t;ii) 1 , .^Ciriccrt: iflhiatore " Â· .Â·. '1f:i5 ^ii)4dy t-Ariipla:-.'.,.'' .' ''Jito"* -Mystertmis ; TrÂ»vclcr ^8:00 A.16'-for .Leisure - 'g':00 jttckiwt: Jamboree . 8:66 '':tfP' News'.:'';, - ; Â· Â· .9:16V Mutual Â· NÂ«wÂ«Kcl \ 9:30 Â·' Starlight Concert Â· .-8:53** Mutual Report* the 10:00 Sign,Off ' TOMORROW -- WEp. A.M. Â· .. -.- Â· '.' 6:00 UP News' 8:03 Â·' Bl Cofridf Xcxltano f:00" hohori : IfurlÂ«lj[ll = ' ' 7:15 FaVm .Family.' Â· Â·' Â· '7:30.-; UP:NÂ«wÂ» .:' - . . ^8:00 ,-,CeÂ«U Browrii,,..; : '.''-.8:10 "aaUierRouhil, Kills , . . Cedrlc.F.oistci;. . Â· -, (11 '. Â· Mofhlrig 'Buyers Guide Morning ; Dtvotlonil Three Suns' '-.' - . '-News'.' ' Progress :Clubi Will Hold;Me?iing Friday .-An'executive meeting, presided over by. : Mrs.': Bills Watkins,; will jc hel'd .at? 2 ip. m. Friday; in the faculty:rtfbm'- at Milton Hall,. im- mcdUtcly : preceding the regulai meeting-of'the Prop-ess club. Mrs. Â· Paul Manncn will report on the, State.Convention held recently i in Hobbs.. Mrs. Watkins and Mrs. Mannen were local dele- jates to.tbe convention. THc program will be a spring musicule under the direction of Prof. Carl Jacobs., Officers foi the coming year will be installed Members are urged to bring guests -to the meeting. Church-Women Observe Annual Fellowship Day The'unnual May Fellowship Day meeting- of the Las "Cruces Council of "United Church Women wns held In 'the First Christian church, Friday, May 4, Airs.-I,,J. Ayers, president of the El. Pa ipeaker, i NAVY COTTON L A C K--Is shaped over a full navy cotton slip--a New" York Junior fashion f o r ' summer, 3S131. Tiny rhino- stone buttons fusU'ii the grosgrain ribbon closing o f . t h e bodice, and a s|)rin"p Iwuqnet is lucked into Uie grnsp-nin belt. PART/ LINES . Mrs. W.. N. Clute, Indiiinnpolis, Ind.. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Leigh Fox, and her niece, Mrs. Leslie Fletcher, In .Ihe Fletcher home. Mrs. Clute. is the wife of the late Willaivi Nelson " Clute, editor and publisher-of. the American Botanist and other books. Ho was also Â· a teacher uL Butler University. Mrs. Clute is ;in accomplished-artist and..has illustrated several of her husband's books.' .Jess-Williams,-Jr.,' is in Santa Fe taking a prclimintiry interview as an applicant for the'Ncw Mex- State Police .Force. Sfory-League'TpBe Guests In El Paso The State College Story League will be guests of the El Paso Story League for a dinner at-7:30 p. m. Thursday in the Home of Mrs. Eli7.abr.th Snow, El Paso. This is an annual event in.which the two leagues alternate/as hostesses and' guests always furnlsl the program. There will be 14 members from Las Cruces attending. District' Council, -.was using as : her subject 'Women's Responsibility in World Wide, Christian. Fellowship'.'. .She gave some highlights of the ,na :iohal assembly held in Cincinnati recently and reports from the Na- Jonal Council o f - Churches, .of Christ of which" the United Church Women group is 11 member. This meeting was hold in Cleveland, Ohio the past winter and has been described as "one of Uie most his- :oric events i n : American Chris- .lanity", according,to Mrs. Ayeral She related how the-strength of the National Council has its source 150,000 Protestant and Orthodox member churches. She showed a picture of the National Council's president, , Bishop Henry Knox Jsheri'ill of Uie Protestant Eplsco- paf Church. Also she told how GOO' ,,_ nd 3,000 observers mule their way to Cleveland's pubic auditorium through high banks if snow, some riding in ambul- inccE. Eight local denominations were represented at. the Friday luncheon, at which Mrs. Roy S. Winser, president, presided. The ladies of the" host church were assisted jy.thc Nazarenc and Second Bap- churches. The next' meeting 1 will be held in October. Tips On Buying (Tips on Buying is a" weekly column written to encourage food shoppers to seek belter quality in the products which they buy.) Stnuvlterrles iNext time you arc nt the market, look for ripe, red strawboi r'ics, 'Most.likely Uioy are one of the best buys in fruits on Lho fresh produce counter. But to make sure, check' the cost per serving before you buy and compare -with the cost per serving 1 of other fruits available. inum: Of Vitamin C If the price is right, you can count on strawberries for an economical .source of. Vitamin C." One good serving (about 30 big straw berries) contains as much vitamin G as a medium-sized orange. They also contain desirable amounts of calcium, iron and vitamin A. f Variety and. quality, not size, determine the flavor of 'the straw berries yon 'buy. Quality- is indi- :atcd by their general appearance. Dry,, firm, ripe strawberries are be.st. A solid red eplor and hulls that are green and fresh-looking arc desirable.. . Over-ripe strawberries, or those' that arc not fresh, have a dull, ustcrless appearance. They have )bor flavor and do itot keep Weil. The' presence of leaky or damaged strawberries is often indicated by a' stained container, direful. Handling; 'Â·Strawberries arc easily bruised ajul therefore require careful handling. If you aro going to keep .hem for a few hours or a day. sort the berries'over, but do no) wash them. Use the fully rjpc berries as i soon as possible. Put Capt. and Mrs. P. R. Burn, -lr., innounce the birth of a daughter, Nancy Raw-son, born May y a t William Beaumont hospital, El' Paso. . ' ' Capt. Burn is now stntlonc-'J at White Sands. Mrs. Burn Is the former Mary Van Beenc. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.'P. R. Burn. Maternal grandparents r.re Mr. ind Mrs. Minor Beenc. COMING EVENTS The picnic to be held at White Sands by the Rainbow Girls, Saturday, May 12. has been postponed due to transportation jHfficultiej?^ 'NEW, SELF-SERVICE . West.Side's Â·--.Â·..Â· Valley Laundry Most Complete and Costs No More llt.l North (ilii St. I Muck N. While Dot Ciife Phono 994.-W Auxiliary Women Attend Meeting Mrs. Daisy Gray. District a president, and Mrs. Lucinda O'Neal, delegate of th local VB'W auxll- l u j attended the ,-VFW Encampment In .Hobbs over the weekend. Tho local auxiliary received second/prize -in the state for their historian scrapbook and third prize for publicity. Daisy Gray rt-as named guard in state office asslRnments for the coming- year. Winners in the..essay contest, sponsored by the'auxiliary, have been announced. First- prize of 525, given by the Las Cruces Citizen, was awarded to Clarice Smith. Second prize, $15, : given by the VFW, went to Leonora -Culbert; and third prize, $10, given by the auxiliary, went to Carl Uahscn. Judges for the contest were Mrs, S. H. Moscley, Mrs. Annette. Gruver and Homer Gruvcr. Cluricc Smith also received ' a the berries you want ; .to store in platter or a shallow pan and store Uicm In your refrigerator. Wash strawberries in ice cold water ami hull them just before you are ready to use 'them. Cold wiiter firms the berries and keeps them from losing juice. 1 mcdiil (ind c a a h - g l f t - f p r placing I . .Fcnwiml Luaoi second with her essay in. the state Chilian Luiui I contest. Â· ' I Â·-, - . ' Â· . - Â· Â· . P E S S "Yipee, I want to run this in the.,Personal Column! Men v if you want to look real neat get yo'U r- clothes cleaned at the Quick Service Cleaners." Why keep , Wiriier and Summer, Clothes together? This is the season to get those furs into slor- age. Sioro ihem with us at a very nominal charge. Â· Â· Â· Real Estate Loam w. J. LITT:,E Improved City Property Farms -- Handle* Firat National Bank Bldg. Phone 270 or 1305 QUICK SERVICE CLEANERS 131 No. Water Phone- Get Acquainted Event! Famous Bourbon at Special Lowered Price! W 8:SÂ«i 8:30 ' .. 8:-45 8:00 Â· Bilfl " ' e : 2 u . . 'Everyone' .' . 1Â«:M 3tÂ«n LomÂ«x,3iÂ»it Views 1Â»:30 *t. Louli n. IfÂ«w 1'ork . 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