Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 4, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Las Las Crupes-Sun-News S Sun-News SPEAKING OF ATHLETES ·" fc«5^»» l^**TVI9 ,,. . . Thursday Afternoon JiiiHittry 4, 1*45 Crisis on German Bulge Hasn'l Passed Yei By DeWITT MacKENZIE Associated Press War A n a l y s t The- Ami-rii-;in lir.,1 a r m y ' s i,i-v c u u n t i - i - o f f i - i i s i v c against the northern H a n k of X.-,/, M;:i-.slml v ( j n H u n d s t c d t ' s Belgian Ijiil.i/c ' M i l o r d s solid i ' i i i - i i u n i , r , . | n , . | | i |,,n s i i , , i , | , l n ' i | I M ( . ,, :; , jnt . ( . m( ', n , i n l n (I,,. pli-.-, s ,-,,,l i j i i : d a r i i ' i - n j i i s l i r - l i l s o f r n ( r - u p t i m i s m . I l i c c u l i l 1,-ict i:, i i , ; , l the ,-,,.,,;; of U K - (in-;,! C,i:fman assaull hasn't v, l l i r - r i i |,.-,. V (d. Oni- Ccm-nd ilo(i|.; L -:' ,1,-Jvn in the ( i r j i i d i i i i - n i l M - I . - I I I I - u f f i c i i d l y i v p . H l c d lod;iv (is m i l k i n g j/und JjHl/,'ri':::, ;,;!,Mn!,: . - . l i f f r C M K t d l H i- loll'.l He l ej(;i."deil (is 'of dc- fcnsivr.- n . ' i l u n - .-il t h i s j i n n - h i r e . d( c o u l e e il t i n - l i r s l i i r i n y pu:,li is siii-ri-ssful it w i l l comp l i - i n e n l f i c i i i - i . i l 1','iiion'N s r i i s i l i i i i i ( i l r l n v i - iiiirlhwiircl i n t o t i n M i i i t h r i n f l a n k ol t h , . |,,,||ie a i , r l ,,,, i v i l l t h r B i t e n to eut n l f I h e I n l i n e al t i n - base. T h i s w o u l d enclnse l a r u r Clerman fon-e.s in a sack H o w e v e r . Dial's men l\ a p o l e n l i a l i t v . Tiie a c l i i a l i l y is t h a t Undue.'.' a l l a r k i.-, e . . . i - ' n l i i i l f u r H i e security i if |hc A l l i e d h u e l i ' i r l h ol t h e h:il ( ;e I Ihr ,,: Yanks Battle in ! Snowstorm to Cut Nazi Offensive ·Brownies Pay Visit To Amador "Hotel And Its Antiques ] The South Ward Brownies had | a treat m store far them .vhen I they met at the .school house yes | terday afternoon. Following their business routine, j the troop visited the Amador ho. tel where Mr. Frank Campbell showed them his unusual collection of costumes, statuea, :"urni- ti-re, antiques and other objects of interest to the youngsters. A change in he leadership of the group was made; when Mrs. James Reese, who had been leader, became assistant to Mrs. John Owens, the new leader, Mrs. Owens, a sister to Mr. R. W. Cox. Boy Seoul executive, has had a wide experience in Girl Scout work I before corning to this community. | She lives south of Meailla Park. PARTYTINE Mrs. Raymond Garcia and baby daughter. Lorraine, accompanied by Mrs. Willie Garcia, left for the west coast at noon today. They plan to visit in Los Angeles and from there go to San Diego to see their husband, father and son, respectively. Raymond Garcia, BM2/t:, who has been in th-? :oavy for 21/2 years, has seen 19 months Wives, Visitors Attend Kiwanis Installation Win. C. i B M I I c l S-jiith is til ·.v pn-Md''nt or Lns C:-uc's' K mis '-.lulj. W i t h liini. to sen- for t h p en illK 1 yr-;ir. f i r r : Travin ClP),'i vjct 1 osldrnt: A l v n Shejilnn. "mere ry-lrcnsiirer. -ind the fullowlnt, 'i'il or directors: Chan. NVff, A M Uiltcns, Itolmnr Hobcrls, Enr U ililon, Pniiicls Bill-lie. ]rn C l n t k i'ii-» Mtiuliler find Waltoi I llOillKlllflll. The f i r c t sfvcti nienib^i-.s of tin l ml were elecli-d nt thn n n n u n I i:tion !ns| fnll wlillc Huin/.miin -vrs oiitoiunlli-iilly hy mason ol t Ing t i n - r o l i r j n g prcsldrnt. W i t h Frnnli Pn|ien. district lloil- I n n l ^nvrrnoi. .serving iiH in- I l l l n R officer, nil \v-re inslnll.'il it li dinner nl the LIIS Criures inlry ··lull nl which Km-nnis i-ivew n n i l n number of visitors t.S. | Members p Pa.so Kiwanis wen-: Krvlii ernor; Dick the El Pnfio I'lium'ri. cu in N O N A \ \ \ c o r v i ' \ ~ . NKU M K X i r i l IN 'rHI'l M VrTKI! I I I . T I I K K.« T \ T K (IK I . M . I , I .\.\ I . K K I ' K I ! 11. M A I : Y M r c l ' I C i ' K A T I ! K H I N K S r H I K F K J : | i K . ' K K I i A Ml k l ' M Y |.:i. I.KN li I H K I I I . -M;::I-:S M r n MY, H A T T i r : i \ i r i ; i ' i i v T H O M A S A . M r i c n n 1 . nisi-: P I I I N K S i ' l l A h i n , . I 1 ' A T I i l l - K .1 m i O N K Y ..in,! a l l i t k ; , , . i v Sees Nazis Drag Out World War iesfliU from the El i-lub ami their wives Wil.1, district «ov- Davis, president -.if club; Bill Ilnwkins. '.sident ; Jack Dunn, dis- l KtMTvlary-lreiisiirer and .sec- ry of t h - Kl Pit.so club for M r.s. mid Chris Fox, past prCHt- l or I hr K| Paso club and prin- il s p i ' u k f r of the evening. V i s l U n g ]ire.sidents of [oral nr- K a i i i / i i t i o n s and tlic-id wives wort-: Kli Ilawling.s of the Lions ehir,, F. rnrt.-r Wnnmck of Rotary, Mr.s. J. V. Boyd, ri-pifsonting Hie Rusi- ness and Professional Woi club, and Mrs. Margaret Caldwell ctf Die Pilot club. L. K. Freudentha] .served ovei The Linger Linger club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2: at the home of Mrs. N. C. Chew. Mrs. Frank Meyer is recupera ing from an appendectomy pe. frrmed at Provid-ence hospital in El Paso last Tuesday. PTA Members Plan Beautification of Alameda's Grounds At a meeting of the Alanieda school PTA yssterday afternoon, beautification of the school grounds was the main topic of discussion. Mrs. M. p. Whitney, who was in Charge of the program, introduced Mrs.' Robert Bcn?y, who spoke on the importance of the environment to the child. Mrs. Leland Evans gave an interesting talk on child health, and discussed plans for the summer round-up -- a clinic at which the child is examined by nurses and -- -- - r --« --*· · ·- physicians to determine his phys-j serv? permanently, Clyde Baker Plans Fining QI'Bulldog Inn Th3 executive committee of the sponsoring groups of'.the Bulldog Inn met in the Chamber of Commerce rooms last night to discuss matters of importance to "the'teen- age organization. Carl Conlee "A'as' -:lected trsas- urer of the committee. Plans were co'mpfeted for financing the program,"arid further progress made towards finding a permanent meeting piatfe. The group is planning to secure the services of a*paid'chaperon, to ical needs in regard to medica are. Vaccinations, -?ye care and dental work, if put off untjl fall, cut into the school work of the child. This crowding of the child's medical attention into the fall term Is to be eliminated by the proposed summer rouiid-up, Mrs. Evans said. New Den of Cubs Birthday Guests Byron Hershey, son of Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r L. Hershey, was 10 years o!d on the second of January and celebrated the occasion jy entertaining the newly organized d?n of Cub Sa.'uts. of which he is a member, at ;. buffet supper fit his home. CUDS he'd their regular ig at the H-orshcy home on Tuesday, and had been invited to remain for the birthday supper. chairman of the group, said this morning. "Present at last night's meeting" were A. M. Lumens, Bulldog Inn- sponsor; Clyde Baker, sponsoring committee chairman, Carl Cbniee, Rev. Lawrence Gaynbr, Mrs."-M. A. Thomas. Rev. Frank Jones fend Jose Viramontes. :JU nt is H w. I per fit it-T The T- [ mucling Do Si Do Dancers Plan First'45 Meet The Do Si Do square dance club will have its first dance of this year at the'Tciflple'o^ Agriculture Friday night. · -· Square dancers from other clubs "!'? invited. The music will start at 8:30 p. m. S7.50 anil $8.00 permanent* for" Sti-50 during January and February. Do Luxe Beauty Shii. Plume 390. --adv. Remember the old game when, which u-as topped off by n big' Try first to get it In Cniccs! someone called, "Fruit basket! birthday cake made by Mrs. Her- turned over," a n d everybody' ghey jumped up and found a new chair? | cubs who cnjoyetl Byron's hos- Oire person was always left stand-; pitality were Dyne Buckley Bert ing, for the number of guests c.x-1 Raw-lings, Lake McDonald Carl I the number of chairs by Conlee, Arthur Haberl. Bobby f sat Way to relieve stuffin one. The game seems to hav-3 been teuved, according to what we overheard on the Party Line. M r . - a n d Mrs. Jim Barrou- are men ing to Mnnahans. Tex., where j Dodds, John Shaller and George The Rev. Ernest Armstrong, nbfve, is (.-onrltiftfiig n revival tnt-pling this week nl Ihe Churrii nf the Naznronc. The church's pnstor. Hcv. C. A. Higgina, an- noimcctl that services open cacli ovc'iiing at 7:-'!0 p. m. Veteran Peace Officer Dies at Age of 77 CALEXICO. Calif,, Jan. 4 UP) -Henry P. Oonzales. 77. for 50 years a peace n f f i r r r and U. S. ,imnii- grjiUmi .servkv ;innl of the southwest, died yesl.M'day. Ht- hiul n-si.k-d here since 1918. Prior to llial. )u WHS an officer In New Mrxii-o, Texas and Arizmin. ., a j r g r e i " be assrciatcd ' Mr.s. Lloyd Hufstedl-LT and children have moved to the place va- rated by the Barrows. The Huf- j stedlers bought the property at 415 West Brownk-c. Mis. Emmet Nations and daughters, Niki, Mary Lee and Kay, are moving into the house at 1020 South Alanu'da, vacated by the Hiifstedlers. Mi's- Nations and children have been staying at the Pueblo Courts, waiting fnr the Huf- stedlers to move, who were in turn waiting for the Burrows to move. It seems no one was left standing this time. Loretta Reese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Reese, is rccirp- eratir.g from an operation at Arc- Bride hospital. She has been back- home since lost Saturday and hopes to be back in school next Monday. Mrs. H. G. Kifby is a guest in the home of Mrs. V. Gamier. Mrs. Kilhy. who lived in New Mexico for 20 years and recently moved Donna, Tex., says she can't quite wean herself away from the sunshine of our valley. Mrs. Virginia Bradford Eubanks, i former Las Cniccs teacher, af- ·ivcd last night from Bellville, II., to make her home with her Kirents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradfor the duration. Her hus- . land, Charles E. Eubanks, left ' overseas July. Wife ASK3 Divorce h j Charging Desertion Suit for divorce was filed in the third district court today by John P. Lippa against Lula Mae Itipps or scrtion. The couple were married Feb.! ' It's wonderful how Dftle V»-tro--nol up each nostril relieves stuffy transient i congestion. Also relieves distress of mds of alleged de-! head colds! FOllowdirecUflnS in Voider VICKSVATRONOi 1, 1938, in Las Graces and have no '' M children, the petition states. Try first (11 get it in C'ruces! Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH Wilh More Comfort PASTBETII, a pleasant alkaline (noih icitl) powder, holds false Iccth mart irmly. To eai ami talk in more comfort, n*t sprinkle a tillle FASTEETH on "" ' ' B " "*' ((Eriitm lir Valley Loan and Finance Company Complete Financial Service LOANS Automobile -- Personal Furniture DISCOUNTS We buy all types of contracts. Established in 1936 129% S. Main St. Ph. 445 High School Lunch Special Have you iriee(- ; our high school lunch? : Then it's time to head this \»ay. Open froni, 11 a.' jn. to 12' fnidnight La Fonda Dale ; JOE Y. ROGERS, Mgr. ; IXU' IHTKS SET TODAY ALMUQUERCJUK. Jnn. -1 I.Tl Kimi'i'ii! services wt'i't- to be held it :\ p. MI. totlny Jit St. .Inlin's »pnl r u l h c d m l fur Mr.s. ,\1! Simrns, piomint'iil A l t m iv ro.sidi'iit niul Nc\v Mexico i b l f i - u n Hauler. n s!!rn ]«'iivliiK tin: tars i 1 its one lorprdo, it ·k to KiiRulin? MI Tin- plum- is nn cannons ;itu1 hn.s · nf nhoiit 1.000 QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoim gl Dlttretl Arislnj from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Fre«BookT*II»o(Hom«Troalmentthj| Must Help or It Will Co it You Nothing Over l w million l«ittlw of t h f W I M , \ u n iKl Duftdtn*! Ulccn (lii Paw tXvtitlon, toWr or , HMrtbunt, · «1il- l«Eic»*t Act*. Sol.l A u k for "WMUrd'* Moi lni! fnwi ttamich u !· ri«ttt Acid- Upt*l Stomach, totplmiMti, ttt^ nn t.'i !.»· ulult lC*" «ti it'll ftilly . '»»«- - r »* f Standard-Wftlgreen Drug Mestlla Park; Holmoi Drug Store LUTHERAN HOUR CACTUS PACKAGE STORE DR. WALTER A. MAIER and Mulic By the Lutheran Hour Chorut C»«r)r Sunday B R I N G I N G C H R I S T T O T H E N A T I O N S s and H / A / C S C. E. "POP" DEAN 101 South Church Street So glad you're back...Have a Coca-Cola . . . or offering a soldier the comforts of home H O M I:! There's no place like li. Anil nobody knows it bctier than a fighting man back on furlough. Ice-cold Coca-Cola is one of the comforts of home everybody welcomes. That's why frosty bottles of Coke belong in your home refrigerator. At the words Have u Coke, refreshment joins the parry to make it gayer, brighter. The good old American custom of the pause that njnfha is .spreading in many lands around the globe,--a symbol of our friendly home-ways. · OllltO UNO« «UIHO«IIY Of IHt COCA.COIA COMMNT It i,, i"'} 8 P RUCES COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 110 w. L. It's natural for popular nimel to ncqul.c ftlcndly obbtcvU- I tions. That's why you hear I Q«;.,.CoU called Cole. I

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