Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 7, 1945 · 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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Sunday, January 7, 1945
Page 3
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lay Morning January 7, 1945 ,mmn~ a .»« ' PAGE THREE I4s Cruces Girl, aves40~Train-- Cadet Nurse TO BECOME A CADET NURSE is Sarami»3f8»Ker, daughter ·. and Mrs.,^$iler-.BakerV left y night .Jqir.-ljViTiEton, 111., ! she will-feritefr/tj^e Evanston Hal TraiBftg/Schbol of North- rn university-for cadet nurse ng. . '. graduate of-ftas Cruces Union school in die class of IMS. Baker waVe'mployed for one in her father's place,, of pusi- the Valiej*', Appliance Co. for one jsemejiter, attended Mexico AM college, where took pre-rnpdical. training, e has been active in churct is a past .worthy advisor o bow for Girls,' in'which organ 3 n she receivSd'her: majoritj last week-r'. * ; iring her high. sphool year a a member . of r the Pel id the Latin club, Home E , and was a reported for th 01 paper. - ' s Baker, affectionate vn to her friends as Sally the Inspiration for a numbe intimate getitogethers durin oast ten days. She met wit hood frienda and former school es for little dinners, movie par- and cokes -given as farewell tares in her'hohdr. nroute to her school. Miss R er will stop r oW in Ardmore, , for a visit with her brother. Mack BafcrTstteond' there. has another brother in the ·vice SeatratriBilly Baker, i ,who lust received the rating of Jal aide.^*W5d class, at .the ,al hospital" training school m i Diego, r. . -,f. : ,.-.: Farewell Dinner Given Caylors, Leaving Cruces ,as Cruces Clubs Sponsor Exhibit ? or Taos Artist Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Caylor were honored at a farewell dinner at the Temple of Agriculture last night by employees of the local reclamation office and their families. I Residents of Las Cruces for the past 17 years. Mr. and Mrs. Cay' tor are leaving Monday .for Am- I arillo, Tex., where Mr. Caylor becomes regional director of operations, maintenance and drainage under the bureau of reclamation Mr. Cayior was with the reclamation bureau at Yuma, Ariz., for 22 years, arid served as assistant engineer in the El Paso office foi several years before coming t( , Las Cruces. I The couple's son, Capt. Rober j Caylor, stationed at La Junta Colo., was a member of the Me j Bride hospital staff before enter i ing the army. His wife is th former Ada McBride. Mr. and Mrs. Caylor's onl daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Sigler, die in 1937. The Caylors own a home an pecan orchard on Brown avenue. Mrs. Caylor plans to come back to supervise the harvest. They haj"e rented their place and plan to come back here to live upon retirement. Miss Saramce Baiter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baker, who left Friday for Evanston, 111., where she will begin her cadet nurse training in the Evanston Hospital Training School of Northwestern university. ntertamParty t a Duck Dinner Mr. and Ethel .rw-rrr--, th a wild duck 'dm Burke home -Wsdnesday night I Fourteen guests were bid to this ourmet's delight. Miss McBride. whose hobby is rating, haa-nRm '°'1" or . 1 ^, s idWy brought' home the bacon. Yhy Fistula Is Often Serious Interesting FREE BOOK Ex Add New Books to Library Shelves New additions to the shelves of the Branigan library the past week are: Adult non-Fiction: Smith, America and the Axis war: Action for cities; Fiorea, ABC of Poultry Raising; Mario, The Eace in the Aspic; Clarke, The New Treasury of War Poetry; Flowcelling, Survival of Western Culture: Gilmore Christ at the Peace Table; Bcurl- ing Malta Spitfire; Morln, Circuil of Conquest; Miller. Eisenhower Adult Fiction: Deeping, Thi Cleric's Secret; Gardner, Case of the Black-eyed Blonde; Under- bill. Hawk over Whirlpools. Juvenile Fiction: Helen, Yussuf the ostrich; Potter, Tale of Benjamin Bunny, Flopsy bunnies, Ginfrer and Pickles. Johnny Town- mouse, Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, Mr. Jeremy Fisher, Mr. Tod, Pigling Eland Mrs. Tittlcmoiise, Holy poly pudding. Tailor of Gloucester, Tom Kitten and Two Bad Mice. Former L.C. Woman- Wins Top Prize in Mexico Masquerade Dressed to impersonate Mae West, Natalia Baxter, daughter of Frank Campbell, proprietor of the Amador noted, Las Cruces, won first prize at a masque ball given at the country club at Mexico City recently. , The event was called "El Country Club de Churubusco" in 1849. Several pictures of the former Las Cruces resident, in costume, appeared in the Nov. 23 issue of Todo, published in Mexico City. Any person suffering from Fis- "$ula. Rectal Abscess, Piles or any 'Sther rectal or colon disorder -Amy obtain a new 40-page FREE *OOK. Write today. Thornton ;feinor Cinic, Duito U6, 926 McGee /St., Kansas City. Mo. worth. In the bridge games following the meal Mrs. P. W .Kaltenbach was awarded high prize, while Miss Letha Reeves took low. Others enjoying Mrs. Ties' hospitality were Mosdames W. R. Favrot, Evan Carroon, C. L. Brooks, Harry C. Williams, and the Misses Fern and Letha Reeves Turkey Dinner Precedes Games Mrs. L. W. ties entertained group of friends at a delicious turkey dinner Thursday, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Abbie Farns- PARTY LINE Mrs. Ellen Feagan of Clovis re- j turned to her home after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dupriest. Mrs. Feagan was accompanied to Roswell by Miss Jane McNeill, who visited here with friends at week's end. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gomez and son Henry have returned to Los Angeles after spending the holidays with Mrs. Gomez' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flores. Mrs. P. T. Miller, the former Sarah Swartz, and infant son of \ansas City, Mo., are visiting with Mrs. Miller's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mis. Markham Swartz, whc reside north of the city. Cpl. P J. Miller is serving in the Pacific Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bright have as their house guests Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Smith of New York City. Mr. Smith is Mrs. Bright's broth- Two Las Cruces women's organ- zations -- the local chapter of he American Association of Uni- ·ersity Women and Altrusa club -- are to sponsor a tea, next Sunday Introducing an exhibit of the vor'k of Ernest I.. Blumcnschein, nternationally-known Taos artist, t was announced Saturday by Mrs. Jas. I. Culbert, a member of the recenty-organlzcd Las Cruces Art Committee. In Home Economkw Cottnge 1 Miss Hildurc Anderson is chairman of the committee. The tea Kill be given In the Home Economics cottage nt Las Cruces Union high school. Mrs. Culbert said, beginning at 2:30 p. m. The public generally, she added, is invited to attend. The exhibit is to remain in Las Cruces for several weeks, although it is lo be moved to the fine arts department at AM college soon after its initial showing at the high school. It is being sent to Las Cruces by the Museum of New Mexico. Pioneer of Taos Colony | Mr. Blumcnschein. who was born in Pennsylvania 71 years ago, is one of the four pioneers of the art colony at Taos which now has be- omc famed throughout the coun- rv and constitutes one of New Mexico's outstanding tourist at- ractions. Other first arrivals in the colony vere Bert Phillips. Joseph H. Sharp and Oscar Berninghaus. Mr. Blumenschein is a member of the National A'cadcmy of Artists the Salmagundi club, American Water-color society, the Paris Art Assn. and Taos Society of Art- He studied abroad, as well as in art centers of the United States and has won many prizes and awards of honor, including the $1000 AW and the Isador gold medal at the National Academy; his work is represented in practically all of the important museums in the United States. Steak Dinners Feature Parlies At Anderson Home Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson were hosts at two delightful parties last week, both of them steak dinners. On Monday night the Andersons entertained honoring Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hauke, who are leaving for California to make their home. Mr. Hauke has been connected with the extension service at New Mexico AM college as an economist. Bridge games were the evining's diversion. Guests who bade farewell to the Haukes were Messrs, and Mesdames H. L. Hildwein. Hazen Pin- P. W. Coekerill and Lewis Elliot. At Friday night's dinner bridge Mr. and Mrs. Anderson had a-' guests Messrs, and Mesdames A S. Curry, Ellis Watkius. M. A Thomas. W. A. Wunsch and James Poe. Going away, corning liouie, Imv Ing a party? I'leaso tclcphon the Sun-News. Try first to get it in Extension Girl Weds Officer n Air Forces Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zeipfel f Hamilton, Ohio, announce the mrriage of their youngest daugh- cr, Ruth, to Flight Officer Henry P. Schaefer, son of Mr. and Mrs. lenri, Schaefer of Hope Ranch 'ark. Santa Barbara, Cal. The wedding took place Jan. :!. at Deming. Miss Ziepfcl, coining in New Mexico from Ohio, has been a resident of Las Truces for over a year and a half. She lui.i boon affiliated with the extension service nt New Mexico AM college. Her sorority is Beta Sigma Phi and she is a memher of PiUit club of Las Cruces. She attended Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, and Miami-Jacobs College nt Dayton. Ohio, majoring in business administration. Flight Officer Schncfer is a graduate of Santa Barbara high school and attended Santa Barbara State College, where he majored in industrial education. He is a member of the army air , forces, at present . stationed at 1 Alamogordo. $7.50 and $8.00 for $0.50 ilurlnB January and February. Be Luxe B«uity Shop. Phone 396. --adv. ONCE A YEAR ONLY! ', SPECIAL DRY-SKIN MIXTURE Park is poing to Santa Fe tomorrow to attend the legislative committee meeting of the Stair- Federation of Women's clubs to he held there. Mrs. Goddard is legislative chairman of the fourth district. Harry Williams and Randolph Advrholr left for Altus, Okla.. yvs- terday afternoon to make a crop survey preliminary to opening a new reclamation project. Both men are from the local reclamation office. Miss Anne Johnson has returned to Freilcricksburg. Va.. when attends Mary Washington college, after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lyle of Las Cruets, with whom she makes her home. Mrs. Lylo, who accompanied hor as far as Lubbni-k. will return Monday. Mrs. Mack Neal of Mesquite will undergo major surgery in Hotel Dicu hospital in El 1 'iiso next Tuesday morning. Brownies Send Dolls To Indian Children The North Alamecla Brownie trnop met at the school House Friday afternoon with their leader. Mrs. Larsen. Pinna were discussed for the monthly meetings. December was a busy month for the troop. A picnic nt the Burn home, with Mrs. Burn nmt Patsy as hostesses, was enjoyed. An nil- day trip included a mot-inn!; ,-isit to the Knirncros gin, whore Mr. Baker explained the Einiimg of cotton to the prls: the afternoon was spent making dulls f"r the Presbyterian children's home. ' The troop sent 2S dolls tn the little Indian children for their .special Christmas cheer. Try finst to gel H In | $2.25 SIZE $4.00 SIZF. 2 r *» '' , Now-snvr halt on this luxuriously lubricating night cream Tor (Inky-dry ski"Helps mate skin supple and soft . . . an arch-enemy of v rough spots anil tiny li' cs due lodryncss. Get your sup- ,, ply now as the time is limited. ORDER YOUKS NOW1 j| | Las Cruces Drug ; Company 103 South Main Phone 21 ·E33IU3 ui doii« Js j a.\ng Mrs. A. S. Robertson is convalescing at her homo west of Mesilla Park after two and a half weeks in Hotel Dicu Hospital in El Paso, where she was ill with pneumonia. Mrs. W. Grover Murphy has received word from her husband · saying he has been mai chief petty officer. A chief pharmacist's mate in the navy, he is servicing mnrincs, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lovell are the parents of a baby boy born nt McBride hospital at midnight Friday. The baby weighed nine pounds and l'/2 ounces. 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