Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 31, 1951 · Page 3
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 3

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 31, 1951
Page 3
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Thurtdiy ErMlng, M»y;3i; 1951 LAS CHtJCES (N/M.) StTN-NfeWS PAGE THfiEF; Committees Are Named At First Round Table Meet During the afternoon business session of the first state convention of New .Mexico Pan American Round Tables, held May 20, Mrs. Elsie Vegn, state director, appointed the following standing committees: Extension cnairman, Mrs. Sophie Waldrlp, Las Cruces; publicity. Mrs. Manue.1 Sanchez, Silver City; resolutions, Mrs. .7. R. Poe, Las Crucea; Mrs. Laura Molinar, Deming, nnd Mrs. Frances Kclmf- er, Silver City. . · ' Tile nominating committee coh- Kisting of Mrs. Mie C. Montoya, Silver City; itrs. Peter Duiaberg, Las CiucoB, and ; Mrs," J. B. WcHn Homing, recommended the same slate of officers to serve for Hit next two yeai's, and their recommendation was accepted by all . present. ... : ' . : . The following women from Las Cruces were - present at the convention: .·'.·: John Harold Bynuin Has Fifth Birthday Mrs, Harold Bynum . gave · birthday party Tuesday afternoon for her five year old son, John Harold Bynum. -Games were played and Ruthie Aaron won the prize for pinning the tail on the donkey, Birthday cake and ice cream were served to: Sonny Shook, Bob;' by Howard, .Shirley, and Linda Scott. Billy Rumley, Jerry, Gene, and Ruthie Aaron, Rita Kay Frank. Mrs. Peter Duisbertf, director of the Las Crucew Round Tuhle; Mrs. J. R. Poe, second associate director of the state organization; Mm. Frank - Amador; Mrs. J. M. Car- rlere; Martha Heath; Edith Dobson; Adela Duarte. Ainco Ritzwol.ler; -Mrs. Jiinmie M. Scale; Mrs. Maria dePrleto; Mrs. E. MtinasRc; Mrs. Paul Mannen; Mrs. Tom Rapkoch; Frances Klein; MaUe L. Stern; Laura Freuzer; Mrs, Mabel Parks Poe; Mrs. J. H. Guinn; Mrs. Ila Niuhols and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham.' Siudenis Return Home For Siitoirieir Vacation Several students of the Spanish- American Seminary, Sandpval, N. M.,; are returning home for their summer vacation. ,. They, are: Shirley and Louise Moore, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. M. M./Moore; Eastei- SUirnes, daughter of Mr: arid Mrs. Stamen; Donald and Barney Canumez, son. 1 ! of Mr.-and Mr^i Alfred Caimmez; Wilbert Rell, son of Sgt. and Mrs. R. S, Rell. ' · \ ·.', Louise Moore.- graduated from the scminu.i'y this year and expects Center college this fall'. .Those attending, the graduation services--froin"" Las Cruces were: Mr. and Mrs. M." M. 'Moore; Mr, and Mrs. L. B. Lindbeck and children; Mrs. R. S; hell; Mrs. E. S. Kcese; Mrs. Alfred Camunez and son/Orlando; and Bert Gil. Bert Gil,- .son of Mr. anil Mrs. A'. M. dill, haa returned from Campion Academy, . Loveland,' Colo- ido. . Most gem diamonds come from South Africa's mines, industrial diamonds from the Belgian Congo. Legion Auxiliary , Past Presidents Are Entertained The .Pa»t Presidents of the American Legion Auxiliary were entertained Monday f night in the, home of'. Annabelle Isaaqks with Bernice Jacltson as co-hostc's3. The living room and dining room were decorated with a lovely assortment of roses. A dessert course was served by the hostesses and canasta was played lor m« balance of the evening. Members present were: Jeanie' Candler, Mary! Ferguson.'.-i.Zadie. Campbell, Nenti Templin,! Frieda Kittleson, Esther Meersclieidt, Neil Campbell, Ann Pollard, 'Margaret- Turney, Mary Trout, Jessie "Oliver, and the hostesses. ; ·· COMING EVENTS The American Legion -will "feet 1 ' at 8 p. m. Friday night In the Legion hut. Refreshments^ will be served. ''· - . i More than half the people, of Ecuador are of Indian descent. St. Andrews Group .fill Hold- Monthly · Meetings/In Summer . SL- Andrews 'Auxiliary "met 'Mon-J day afternoon-ih the parlfih house with Mrs. W..Shillito and Mrsi ! Ce-;; cil Pickett'as hostesses'. *'. "·:·';* During the'business meeting it was decided to meet once' a month in t h e . summer. It. was announced ' the n e x t .meeting -will be witlrMrs. E..U Heath, at 10:30 a-.^m. June'12." * .R^rresIimHntsywerfi served, to: ·MesdameVjiavfildr'Meansi..William a6^n, ; 'C^. ! Cpn'(fnney%Jl'luHcl Wil- liaVn's, -' P..' R.' Bu'rn/' Charles " Lee,' E! 3ii,Henth r Bancroft Smith, .M'. M!.' Wooil; ''and' Alias Penney. .1 PARTY'LIN . G u e s t s In the home of-.Mi'." and' "Mrs:;JJonn P.' Davis", 1402 North Main",'-' are .Mr/- and Mrs!.;R. W- Shermfen,/'Montebello, Cnlif.; Joe Sherman'.rPitcher, Okla.; and-Mrs. Pearl.Halbirt/St'. Joseph.,Mo. Mi's. Sh'errhan and Mrs. Halibirt are dau'ghtei'S, of Mrs. Dnvis. 'Aqua-Parade' Is Success In Cruces Show Wednesday Despite threatening 1 · weather, more than 300 Las Crucens last night 'turned out for "Aqua-Parade" at municipal swimming pool. Produced by New Mexico Western college students, the show held to its promise of offering something different for audiences Winners in' the Duplicate Bridge tournament Monday n i g h t were: ·firut,-Mr...anU 1 .Mr3. Louis Gwtilt- ney; . sccutid, Charles LI tile and Mrs. J.'C^ChitUck. - v .·Mrs.' Alvlna Kottke, mother of .Mrs. Peteiy-,C. .Dulshcrg. left for · Minnesota' ' Wednesday morning, to httnn'd. the'.graduation exercises of-'heiv- sorv Willnrd, ·· who is a t - teHilihg. the'University of Minnesota. She will stay with her dnugh- ler. Airs. Mtirjnric Feigul, in Pine Island and \vill also visit friends while there. In the 'Southwest.- Now in its' second year, the atu- dent-m-oduccTd.^ (itiulenT - jHrcclet^ show featured water ticis ranging from .exhibition divingj to synchronized swimming, water bullet, and clowning. * Coming from El Pasq, the troop put on the Las Cruc?s show as 1 the next-to-closing performance. Few in t the audience could detect sickness and injuries among performers.' caused by ir strontium. 17-flay tour on the road. ' . -:..i f With · courage ami stnminti. swimmers w i t h colds, fcuigutvHml somy ' back injuries (JJeciiletl the shou^ha^d tu fjo on-- a n c V o n it went, strutght for L':ts Cruets upproval :mil jnyi Lut ions tn n t t u r p ntixt y«;u-. Directed by Robert HJirs:, \\Vsl- rrn's public relations inrui-tnr. the' show's flriit half was in'im "On t)u- Boucli;' :ROttiny, whilcji tin; troop went '."Metropolitan" fr the .second hajf. { Lus .pntccs .layrees, i sponsor of (he sl\pw lu're, said ospcnse.s had been met by uUt'iuIiim'tiund » si?,e- uhlo overag't- will »o to (ho .Inyuecf!* 1 seiTicoincn's club, retontly ened on" Las Cruce.s street. op- Rotary-To Meet AtrVormie tee's -,1'lyi^ngxt regular mefcting of the Las.Crucce Rotary club is rfat- cd-.|o be^hclfj Wednesday noon, ·*J,uYi(*'fi/ui Yonnie iLoe's, it-wa« announced Thursday. i .The regular meeting Wednesday was. held it the [cmoria^ General huni)it;ri hero when members of the cliib;in attt-ndnnce \vqre talten on i^tfviiv thrnugh the hospital and then served H buffet luncn at the hospital. * -- - · -- - " Only about GO percent of the nipmhrt^; MVn in :ittcndKnce for -i:U"S" i l l l f " Il( " 1C ^ ac t- t 11 holiday nnd muflt of t l i e n ijlarpjH in LUK Cruces were ' J " i * Kcir .some years the club 1 bcei^Jiolding illj meeLingp ut tin: Torltigas Cafe. The cafe.; has dis- conttmri'd tho serving of juncheon oltiljH and the various organizations J-w'lnch have bei-n ^iiicoling- Uiert! IniiKt find another meeting f'hillon Loun Insunintjb Co, The Budget Shop Announces A Tremendous **^j - · · · ^* . ' ·· - . . . . . . · * XimiMH* WE'RE ROLLING BACK PRICES TO A SENSIBLE LEVEL Back lo Where budget - wise value - conscious Las Crucens and Mesilla Valley people will readily appreciate ihe down-lo - earth price.tags-on-lhe greaiest-assorlmenl of finequality- merchandise ihal we have ever offered! · %---./' -N %ttW«f *f - ^kONDS! *NOJOBLOTS -,* EVERflTElt SPARKLING SAVINGS UP TO 30%i BRAND NEW 1951 GOODS! ANjD MQREP- « COME EARLY! EXPECT BARGAINS GALORE IN LADIES' READY^TOrWEAR, HOSIERY!, LINGERIE.. ! INFANTS', CHILDREN'S BOYS' WEAR ; i Group 1 Children's Dresses Fast color and washable. Sizes 1 to 3: Sale price $1.00 Group 2 Children's Dresses Values to $3.98. Sale price ........... ,, Children's Training Panties Fine combed yarn cotton panties. Sale price, 'fl'T 4 pairs 'for ............ ^ ' « Infants' Dresses Fine quality Philippine handmade. Regular ?1.75 value. Sale t»l ^ C price ., ^ l . ^ t j Birds-eye-Diapers 27x27, first quality. Regular $2.98.dozen val- d**J ^f\ ue. Sale price.... ^*»»Jw _Wjilarproof Snap-On Panties White, Tearose, Maize. Values to ,$1.49. *1 f\f\ Sale price ., ^ I .UU Boys' Sport Shirts Short and long sleeves. $1.49 to $2.98 values. Sale price 20% Discount Blue Jeans First quality, 8-ounce sanfor- ized shrunk. Regular $2.45 value,' sale price . : i Lee Rider Cowboy Pants Genuine zipper fly, sanforized shrunk. Regular $2.45 value. Sale price .: Boys' Boxer Shorts Regular $1.25 val- *^ ue. Sale price .-. -^ I Boys' Sox Mercerized cotton, elastic top. Sizes 8 'to 10J/7. 5 pairs for ............ Ladies' Nylon Panties White tearose. First quality. Sizes '-3-M-L. *·* f\f\ Sale price....Pair ^ I .WW (Sorry limit z pairs) Ladies' Phil Maid Panties Run-proof, tearose only. S-M- ·L. ii pairs for $1.00 Mulii-Filarheni Crepe and Saiin Slips Sizes 32 to 40. Sale .price, each Maiden Form Brassieres Discontinued numbers. Regular $1.50 to S2 val-, ties. Sale price... $1.00 THE BUDGET SHOP NEW SPRING DRESSES Yes indeed, Ladies . . . Our fine quality new spring dresses. Famous names such as: Town County Club, Kabro, Levine, Carol Kraig,. Betty Barclay, Toena Paige and many others. REGULAR PRICE $12.95. $14.95 : $16.75 to $17.95. $19.50 to $22.50 $25.00 to $27.50. SELLING PRICE *c 77 pu.// $8.77 .77 .77 $12.77 $13.77 $16.77 ALL SUMMMER SHEER DRESSES SALE PRICE ALL $4.49 TO $7.90 DISCOUNT THE BUDGET SHOP Famous Nylon Rhythm Slips ' Reg. $5.!ir) value. Sale price f Rhythm Nylon Gowns? Beautifully lace trimmed'. Regular $10.95 value; Sale price Half Slips A fine firsl ((uaiity raynn kn(( half slip. Values to $1.2!). Sale price Phil Maid Gowns Phil Maid ravun jersey gowns. Sale · price $1.50 Nylon Hosiery .; 51-15, BO-15, first q u a l i t y . lief'- ular $1.5(1 to $l.i)5'pair valuij. 51? p ± $1.00 (Sorry, not loo nmny light shades) i Nylon Brevs Nylon paiilie with detachable ({arlcrs. K l i n i i n a t c s (jirdle for summer. Values to $;).!)li. Sale ttO OQ price J)^« jrO t Children's Sox Aaaoriod Colors I Sixes KVi In «!/.; t»T f\f\ (i pairs for. . . «j) I .UU Sizes 7 lo Id 1 /,; 4 nnd .' pnir.s fur Ladius' Suits and Ceats SUJUS . . . KayoA fialiiirdines, Wiinl ! Oaljardlnc.^ llullyiyoml "IWir,'"BrooR'fmii!.* a n i l irtany olhei'H.. .· . ·. · " TOPPEftS'.' . /'Fine q u p l i l y turners in Hayon (.i.iharttincs '. r and Wools. ! BLOUSES! BLOUSES! ;,,, ~ : BjltetwiiRrnadclolh Silks l'lnicls;"'Siili"d.s OIK! ' Whites Regular . ( · . Price : S?!e Price $2.98 $144 |;,!.,i9'to $S?J8....$2.98 ?4.9!5 , . - ; . , $3.fi8 $5.()5 ;i -: }: '.. /;: $4.48 Children's Teo Shirts Another Group , ' ' Tee Shirts Sizes 1-1.1 12. Values $ to 81.49. Sail-price. £] each ...' «f» I. THE BUDGET SHOP

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