friday Eycn'uy, May 11, 1951 LAS CHUCKS \N. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE THHE1, Many Organizations Coniribute To Memorial :Hospilal Children's Room . Mrs. A;. H. File, State College, has accepted Â· appointment as chnlrman of the children's play- I'tifirii .'project 'for the Women's auxiliary of Â· Memorial .General ho.ipltal. Many, gifts have been made toward furnishing the playroom.', according to Mrs. .File. ft-outs II1|) . .The Mesilla 'park Boy Scouts under Inch* scoutmaster. Joe- Fan- iloy, are making little chairs out of empty -nail kegs. Pads and slip covers for the 'chairs will be made by. Mrs. Lucille Hicholtz' Senior Girl Scout Troop. And a table that has . been . given for tho purpose Is helnjf ihnrie over to 'fit the llttlo 'folk's. heeds. Klmonias, .for the use of small patients, arc ..being made by mem- hfM'f) of the.H. H. Brook Extension club While ' VFW auxiliary 'members are making: washable bed room 'slippers. . Â· The Glib Scouts' have made a magazine- rack which, is already in Uflft. Â· A hi^-h chair, two commode chairs and toys 'of various kinds Â·have been contributed. . A large number of comic books and many unusual and attractive scrap hooks have been provided but there is a need for pood, well bound children's books to make up a per- ni;iiient library.' The .hospital carpenter is m a k - ing a sand table for the playroom, ami appropriate toys will.be need- nd si teli UK small pails, shovels. moulds, c;ir.s, etc. .A. child's desk would complete the furnishings of thr room, and among- the play (iquipmetU -that would be greatly appreciated is a wiml-up t r a i n and n- big: ba^ of building blocks. WNro To Tiikn Gifts Gifts for the playroom should be taken to Mrs. Papon, supervisor of nurses at the hospital. Names of donors should be attached, Any- onr. wt shine t" h a v e gifl.s called fir should phone Mi's. File, 0185- m. Tlip .solarium, which is to be iisod as n playronm. will be npen for inspection during- the Open lloiui'p between '2 anil -1 Saturday. Til* 1 hospital will be open -to the public n t t h a t time in recognition of- National Hospilal Day, mark- ins- Ihe birthday of Florence Night- injifilÂ«\ the founder of modern nursintr. H is hoped 'Unit 'persons from all over the c o u n t y will avail IhpmseJves of this opportunity In In.sntjrt tho hospital ami meet the administrative staff. Is Given Shower- . Over ,15 guests were present at the shower given by Mrs. E. S. Mayfield and Mrs. MR Cunninjr- hnm to honor Miss I'ejjgy .lanr Che\v .Saturday aflemoon in the Mayfield home. Miss Chcxv is the hrUlr.-nlect of Gordon Dcckert. Tlie house was beautifully decorated with spring 1 flowers. Tlie centerpiece on the table wa.s a Croup of flowers arranged as wed- dinp bells and p i n k ' tapers in crystal holders. Entertainment was a treasure h u n t with verses directing Mis:' Chew to the hidden gifts. Thr hostesses .served refreshments r:3rryiiifr out the bridal theme. Mother-Daughter Banquet Is Held ,By Rainbow Girls - --Approximately 50 Eastern Stars attended tho Mother- Daughter hanquct.hckl by the Rainbow Girls Wednesday night. Following tlie dinner each Eastern Star. introduced herself to the assembly. Visiting; Indies from Match were Mrs. Glen Fox, Mrs. Rob Murphy. Peggy Ucnvic and Mary Prances Nance. Prujjram -Â· '..filiations were held for Bobby Murphy and AlnallU Fox. Barbara Moore sang "In the Garden" during Ihe ceremony. The birthdays of Janet ' E l l i o t t , Mary Jo F,arney*and Maigie Hay were observed. Murjbri'c liny, present worthy advisor, presided for her last time, as her term of office hn.-i expired. I A . public installation of newly elected officers w i l l be held at 2. p. in. May 20 in the Masonic Temple., A report was pivnn by Joyce Amis on Ui-i visit to the H a t c h 1 assembly. It was announce;! that . H benefit dance, to raise money ! for new drill team uniforms, will be held June 1 at the Elks club. Picnic- Final plans were made for the picnic to be held ;it White Sands Saturday, May 12. Rai-h girl i? to brini? a hmrh for hprsclf anil her dale. Cars will leave the J u n i o r hiph at 'I p. m. Those planning to a t t e n d must turn in | $2.20 to one of the following girls by Friday nicht: ivognne Stout, M.irda Wright, Patty Muker, Jo Anne Alcott, M n r y i e Nuaie. Margie liny selected Pally Wright, Joyce Amis and Patsy Honey ;is girls who were outstanding in RainbirA' work during her lerm. Remarks were made by Margie Ncalc, Patsy Boney, Peggy Benvie, Putty Wright. Joyce Amis. Marilyn Davismi. Hetty Kiykin. J Helen Anderson, liiirbara Moore anil Mesd.'imcs Gonrgr Hay. K. J. Stern. Fred D:tn;nls. Robert C h u m berlain. John Guincs. James Landon. Cloning marche.s were he-Id and it was announced tilt! next meeting j will be :il 7 p. m. May T.\. A l l ! girls are urged to be at the m e e t - j ing on time. Â· Â· j Kiwanis-Rolary Joint Meeting Well Attended FOR THREE WEEKS Dorothy C.imp- bcll was first amused ?nn then annoyed by a "wolf whistle" that greeted her every time she made a move in the New York office where slic is employed as a secretary. She finally called the police. Tiiey investigated. Tho "wolf" turned out to bo a mvnah bird. Now, Dorothy and the leathered "wolf" ore cÂ°od Iricnds. Here, slie lets the bird perch on her knee. (filtcrnaHona!) Approximately 100 Rulnriunfi, Kiwaniuns and thoir guests weru in attendance for the joint meeting of the two clubs held at the White, Samls Proving Grounds on Thursday. Probably the highlight of tho afternoon was the viewing of the firing of a im-kel. This was scheduled for .'( o'clock and it was i'irnii right on the minute. Xo complications developed and the f i l i n g was di-.scribed as perfect and as a beau- t i f u l sight.. Following the 'iring- of the locket members of the two clubs and t h t - i r guests wore privileged to visit t h e "block house" where a f u l l explanation of t h e controls for tin: rocket wcvc fully explained. Rocket E.vhiliil Club members also were privileged to visit olhiM- places ;md points of interest at White .Sands. They also visited and viewed the rocket Â·Â·j.xhibii. A brief address of welcome was yiven by Col. G. G. Eddy, commanding officer. He emphasized the fact they arc a p a r t of Uie' l,-.is E'ruces comnuinliy and I hoy were seeking; to secure federal :iid on housing nnd for tlu .schools. The fact t h a t adequate housing is not available, Colonel ISdtly explained. has resulted in them losing some of their top ncientibls. He stated t h a i pti-nH are underway for construction of 2;ifi Wherry housei; to help provide housing farilllie.s. ^:(ll} On Post At Ihe present Lime, he slated there are souui 2500 uii the posl of whicli 1000 are cirilfnus. Brief amioimcemci'.t.s concerning the activities of the club wore made by Jay M e n - h u n t , who pic- sided for the Kiwanis chili .1111! John Davis, pieaidcnl of the JIo- tary olub. Piusidunt Davis immoil \\\e committee for l he a n n u n l barbecue L o be held by the l i o t a r i f i n s in June. Those placed on this -'jommiltct: are Bill Krwin, L. T. Morton, Adc- l a i 1-V.alhcr, Herman Pitts. Carl tVinlce, I.co ValdcK and Glonn U r i p h t . M-iyor Sam Klein. Clint Smith, manager of Ihe AIe:;illa Valley l Chnmbcr of Commerce -uid .less ; \Vtir were among: Mid visitors JJIP.S- ' The s t i f l e flower of both \V;ish- ington and Weiil V i i g i n i i i is the rltudodundroii. Hospilal Children Receive Gifls From H. H. Brook Extension Under the direction of the hos- p i t a l auxiliary, the IL H. Urouk lOxt (Million club has made M l;i- motms nnd purchased a blackboard for children patients of the hospital. This annnunccinoni was made til Uie regular meeting' uf tlie club held Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. 13. K. Giles. Hostesses for t h u covered dish l u n c h con were Mesdames Ralph M a - Si'Udi'r, Maud Christopher, n i i t l M. L. Davis. Tln-iv were 3'2 Indies present. For the program, Mias Dor!:' Al.irdis tfnvn I he final demonstration on f o u n d a t i i i n p a t t e r n - m a k - ing, w i t h 12 women participating in the project. The kitchen lia:i been labeled I he most danj;crous rjniu in t l u % house. An L'lertrnnic hid Â£tiÂ£v for Hull. K. A i r Forcen measure: 1 cjaso- line in pounds r a t t i e r than in y a l - !ons. Molhers Over Sixly To Be Enieriained By Local Theaters If you ;trc IL mother over GO a i u t . will admit it, yuu uru invited \u \ 1)U UlL' K,ll!.Â«(. Of UlO FOX Tilttltl'l'S. j Siiiulnv iiftt'niuuii, in uksurvunct? uf MiiUu-r'H Day. Von niiiy iili-iilify yuttrtiulf at Ih Jour iiiui th on; will be nu uliurKt 1 A special jii i/u, it b o u n t i f u l cake I from tlic CoronmU) bakery, will I be tjh'cn tu the oldest mother. ' Thrti'O \vill hf* a revi.stni|.ion desk . in Hi-.- lobby uf tin- Ilio Grande. | .State, and Pl.-i/.u Uu'iiters, ;md ^ ! moliiu:^ arf i n v i l c i ! to a t t e n d a n d ! have an aflenujim of Â£Wi\ enter-! l u i n m c n l . i Seven Cruces Area Men Take Purl In Sroltish Rile Class Six Las Cruets men and a Mc- Killa 1'ark resilient arc among 1 the l a i R e class whicli marked the 105th Scottish Rite reunion meeting in Masonic cathedral, Santa Ft-*, for the first four days of this week. According 1 to Leslie . CiillCtt, uei-retary. Las Crucca men include Srth ('.. Acres. Hiram H. Farns- woi'th. FliifiiH C. Cnrlnml. David, L. C. Hover Jr.. Lettoy W. Loi- braud. and EUvooil Turrentir.e. A t t e n d i n g from Mesilhi Park WUA James W. Dill. Auto 11 nd Olnrr i'"lnimring . . Cliillon Lnan .t liiHUrnnco Co. DANCE - DANCE - TONITE Music by BAT BROWN and His Orchesira AIR PORT INN 1200 E. LAS CHUCES AVE. Gibsons S^~^~J I A son, Jume.s 13^nne:', v.-as hnni Mm- S. t'i .Mr. and .Mrs. Dale CiirkiM-ill. El I'iisu. The C-.ckcr- ih.-, have a n o t h e r .-.mi. Allen. 22 months. Mrs. Ciirlii-nll is the for- iner Mnry lionnev. P;iternal grandparent:; aic Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cneltrrill. Malci'nal grandparent is Dr. .1. W. Bcnner. Stale ColleRu. RIO GRANDER TODAY SAT. Grandview School Plans May Festival Plans were made for t h e May fp.slival to be held May 21 at the final meeting of the Grandview Mother's club, Wednesday afternoon. O. R. Conlcc was guest speaker und'work accomplished by the stu- i l p n l P throughout the year was on display. Thanks were expressed to outgoing officers, the principal. Mrs- Harry ' Bradley, and the teachers, for their cooperation. New officers for the club are. president. Mrs. Earnest Portillo; vicr-presidcnt. Mrs. Luis Erc.s; .secretary, and treasurer, Mrs. E E. Chavez. Projects for this year were securing new books for the'library nnd a merry-go-round for the playground. Thprf were 80 members of the chin Uiis year. Dairy Fanners in m a n y piirls jf the U n i t e d State's arf: now milk- Ing their cows in opnn b u r n rooms ivhlch are called "milking pnrlurs." Rio Grande STARTS SUNDAY STATE TONIGHT SAT. MISSION M. S I ] I I I Pll I"li Admission 50c - 40c - lOc Phone 413 At The Beautiful S T A T E STARTS SUNDAY FLASHII SEO REX ALLEN IN PERSON" FRIDAY in LAS CRUCESi Friday Saturday NEW FIRST RUNI EXTRA ADDED . . . The MacArlhur Siory' - P L A Z A - SUNDAY - MONDAY TONIGHT SAT Take Mom io The Movies Vj Mothers Over GO are FREE Guests Sunday at all Fox Theatres fr V r,V- 4 Arlt-n Sinister Ertcli Von Slmhoiiii "TIGER MAN" wwf DRIVEIN ^fa** I BLOCK Of F U.S.80 ON COLLEGE ROAD ATTEND OUR LATE PREVUES EVERY SATURDAY NBGHT ! See Our Regular Show and Slay for the Prevue al No Exlra Charge! Come As Lale As 9:15 and See Two Good Shows! Rfi/" K1DS UNDER 12 FREE-J ' W *' WHEN WITH PARENTS ! O R G A N D R I V E - I N L THE GREAT WYOMING TRAIN ROBBERY! rdey'i-a ovt to loot . T ^x EXTRA! COMEDY SPECIAL LATEST WAR NEWS I- .'. -wTMÂ»L ^WW^fZ-V*? -^- " F '" 7/if wliinkry llnit 'outshines TISON-S DIAMOND Â· DtENDCD WM'S C,'. fKOOf Â· W., lltUlt.M Srnt.IS Â· GIBSON DISTILLING CO. hi. 1. BRINGING A WHOLE MERRY-GO-ROUND OF GAY SUMMER STYLES IN FAMED WE GIVE "SH" GREEN STAMPS! Stripling!,* bow pumps,"anklets," shell-cut vamps...everything that'i new and unusua/.. .assombltd especially for this event.^Wedges from fiat to mid-hi. AH such wonderful values you'H want several pairs in bright White smooth leathers, crushed k t d s k t n s , linens, straws. Also pastel or bright multicolor! Remember Mother on Her Day, Sunday, May 13th!
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