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* I»AGE TWO Sunday Morntag January,..!!, IMi College Faculty, Students Guests : AtASTRPBall Faculty mfmlifm of NPW Mrxlrc ASM college, lh- student Uidy ami i g rou Religious Litany, Freedom of Press Studied by tlic JIFF the women's tllibn or La a Mrn. J. O. Miik-r cjit(;rtainpd the -mUTK of JFK lit a climicrial La Kri'lay a f t e r which the iiK-l in regular Htmslon jn th*.- Miller home. W i t h the ranstllutlon of tho wen- KucjtU at the a n n u a l m i l i t a r y l » n l i givi-n hy i h « H i a f f a n d ASTKP j U n i t e d K t a t c H iut tin- topic of audy men :it Urn !|K« KrUliiy n : p h t for t h r y*-ar. thtawo subjects c-ho'ii- in William*' gyninujiiuni. Thv hall '.van K t r i V t i r i f c l y d i - r n t a ! - cd in the niitiotinl rotors, w i t h :;74 HtrciimfrH of i H , w h i t e nnd Mm r a d i a t i n g from a r l r i - J c in Hi" i-cn- U*r of the dunce floor. forming » Crown AKTItl* ( J i i w i i Highlight of lh' e v e n i n g w;i the- crowning cif A K T K P (jitw H r l l y Jane Cnn KH m Ki-r-rv N. M, Oil A \V. C h i l t n n . un ] n v . from W i i H h i n i / t u n , I ) , O , .-irrivc In HUH- I n o f ' h r i ; i l ' ;M t i n - rrown en for dUuussion for the meeting "KrM:limi of tlip PresH" and iberty." Mr«. Johr 1'liilllpn lending In the first nnd M i s . HDB» Wllllnm» in the (mind. Mi-nibeTM prt-Heijl'wert' MendHmi'ji HiijniT I' I iirrii;y i Lr.itiT Lackoy, dun iTM H n i i n n , W l l l l u m Martin J. C. H U N T , Hudson MurroM, John P l i l l l i p K . JliTmnn Pitta, Kenneth V t i i f i i l i n c . Lawrence W a l k e r , JlOBf '.VilMiinis n n j M i n n Ntirmn Mllli'r. H,S. Graduales ccrci ony, ; ("r 1 ! Dislricl Governor (iticsl of Pilots Pi Th- c.Hcor! w-i,s C;i[it J B'-ni' Tex. j M:-«. SMHiin Beyer. Mbii\itars\w iif.-KM'.'i runt H i i ' i i Vi.-tr!' 1 ! J,"'.vrrif't', '.inn h»rn th. r m o r t s wn- M:."" n i m - t l c Y i n - ' « ' " « ' of I,UR Cnircs Pilot c l u l j · n c J i o| HoKu-Hi. i,i W i l t n i m K ' J i i " n i l ) - r n t h " pilxt w^-ck n n d , at the . I»ind-'i ol 1 I ' l - t c n - l M - r ^ , Tex : Mis* . ·'''·"'i* v.'C'-klv Inncluon. fjavc u n 1 U l t l i m N u w i t t i J i oj i v i y u n , M i n n , KIMIH- n l t b ' work oj oUter i:]ub. c wild U Knl.rrt A .Inni'x o l A l i c , - t i n Ihi- ' l i s l r . r t . ; TL-X. j .She n NU n t t c r t i j p f ] an f x c r u t i v . ; i h l i \ B i l j ; r v.Ttrt n,v.·nln-jin-r u n c l i n g w h i l e hrre a n d WHH giif-M : ttcrm M i i n l c r (r Ori'iroMli'** :il ;i I t i m - h i Parenis Reveal Mr. and Mrs. If. F. Howe]] 1 announced the engagement of their jaughter, Pauline Howell, Co rVitnk .'Jtuart Arnintrong, son of .Ir. and Mra. L. B. Armstrong of £1 Pa so. · , Thc.wcddlng will be held in St. Paul's Methodist church Friday ·vtnlng at 7 o'clock, Rev. G. At MiiJB Ho-A/t-ll lit a graduate of Lim Cruces Union high soJiool and for the past two years has been connected with the Pacific Fruit Hxpr-Lfis Co. of El Paso. Tin; groom-eject (jntduatcd from 1C! Pane high Bchool and attended L'ollfge of Mines. He is at pios- fit employed with the Southern ' i n - l i i c raliio.'td. Yanks Slash at Escape Road as -Germans Retreat t continued from page 1) the western end of the'Belgian pocket «8 von Runstedt abandoned a Jt-ctor from seven to 10 mile* long and nearly 10 miles wide. Von ftunjledt Was leading, an 'orderly retreat just ; four weeks after opening his winter offensive .into Belgium' and Luxembourg on Dec. 18. AP Correspondent Roger D. CJreene declared that remnants of the German army were pulling *»"'· tonight at Up#peeJ, and said pilots reported heavy movements of Germna transports fleeing east. Hold Investiture r;irl Swiul Tronp 14, made up of OnLnii srhdol girls, will hold I n v e s t a t u r e ceremonies in the Bran:ff"n library a u d i t o r i u m Thursday livening, Jan. 18. at 7 p. m. The principal mJdruss at the cer- · ,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,, Or,,,,,,,,,, :,, ., ,,,n,h,on ., La Pn,,,, ,,,,, - - - ^^^-^ . f , n l K»H I),.,.,,, ,,., ,1,,. I0,,i;l;»h A-h,.-h r.,,,i,,,,ll. n(.,nl..T« h«W ,, : H u n t . G l r l 55,,,^ res | onal rc)]r[ , . '";i;"-' i |"';"« » · · ' - ' « - "*»··· '" """'T'"'" " l U "' '".'"';;,''[ "'" sentuuvo. «-|,l!.. Dr. Slp-rd Johan- 1 1 '"'"""^ I " ' · · · I ' " r i i , . (ir^sn-i (.aldwt'ji. ^ n reprrni'iiting the loral council, : · , ,, ,, , , , ,, , ,, ,, ,, , ,,,, (,,,.,,,,,,»,,,,, A , , , ,, , ,, MU.a,,,,. TI, U TMd,,v. I v | ,, w ,! |o , m , c ^ ,, cw t mid M r . s J i i l i n W . ;- H u t u / o n . C i i j d . :n:d M r j i J. K. Cni- K i J , M l u r t t i M u . ; . I,. i ; u t ) i t l r . M I M H ( J]';K ·· H i t ! ; M I C . I I r . I n j H - f 1 n n d h'-iin n n i l M r . - I l ! . ] - ! ! In ' Km I W i i l d r n . He C l t p t . !in,| M i s . I ' U i K Dun,T nniKf ' Hi.- urrhi-.sli-ii H i f-dlcr in Kf.ri !',! Cftir Second Fmul J,l \ V J | ; I I H I I K. K I | W ; I M ! K . a i - u t n ]iu(ii.id liy I I I H w i t . - n n d -sini, I , i i n y . L« ' v i m U r i j ; w i l h r - l n l l v ^ a i n l friend.-! b i ' f f i r c r c p t i r l i n ^ l u h i s » l n - t U i n / i t T.IllCMn. X r b K K ' ·)'"' I ' I M - - n l Hie s i - v c i i t h n i r f n l - i - r . IK i L H . l r ,,|| tl . ' i i r d l i y f l i f J i K I H h H l l i r 'm n i ' . i i M i x In I d , - I ' n i - i f i i - t h c - u l c r o! V.H} ^ H I - i« Hie .sn'i nf Mr IIMd M i « . .Jfrt' I ' i i - r. Kimt h;^ C r u rep i i v i - t i u c pvt Ani'idnp h!ii-,.|-n, K,,M ; Mr tiiid M i h Ant.v'1 I.in-t-ni i.( !,;.;, ( T n rcfl hiin iiliii[|i-,l lu !LIH Mtalinn nl i h - ioj|.,wi,i|f i,«.nil,,:r s W,T« p r - « - | P l n B wl)| ])C presenlcd , )y Mra . ""' '" : '" l l l i '' 1 '" '"· h o n m r d j L r o p - r o u d e n U i a l , former leader of the troop. Mrs. .John Bo wen. new troop i en tier, j« preparing the girls for Hit- ccrenrjuicK at which they will .:m . H i : I l i M i l n h . K i l l l . M y r l l c Hniok- r"(!',?], MiirK'in'1 C n l r t w i - l l . L i l i i i u i M v - t - i i n u i , L u i - i l c M n r l l n . C f n i K l l n c TN n i c y , ClridyK f J n - p n . A t i i m h r ! M t c r - r . L ' M l t i n I - l i t r v r y . l.'ir.-i H i t c h - f , Crnc,' i K . d d , LHiini B u r n s , Op;i! L::M, J i i n i n t f i W i n i n f ; h n n i , Tlt: imi K l r - w r r ; - . V - t n f l n t l r r Hcl-Mi M n i f k . n . - M y h . ' i l l i i i n i . R u t h ?.. HhacMcr, T l H ' l M I H N c l M ' U l , J C V . ' l y n ( ' D M l i l l , I I . v i i . l i I I M ' i r r i B , Li-:ih W i l k i n n . | ! ! o U H c S h i i K i - r l d i i d . .li'itn Robi-rt- I -····.;\, ,I( ! N i t - Ncw.idinc. ini'l on-' ( n u n A 7.1 IT. N. M. H u n t l i n k ami In-lit w l n h .·sti'inli.,1 I n Pilot U n t i l K l i i n - f r i ' i - an.rhi'r |.o-|il!ut. f l M i f r r H l i a i ' l f c r . w h o wm- m a r - for M r s . M i M i i f i K n r n c y Honored i ! . ) . A i t i i ; ; r M I d i n l i i - nl a ill- make Ihcir f o r m a l pli-dge of allegiance lo U i r l Scout alma and idualti. Invitations urv being issued to' the Klrls' p a r e n t s mid friends. u l nrninn mi F r f d n y . | MI-H. H i i u l i c . who. w i l l i Ir'r J I I I H in^ lor Ciilirarn In- IHIM i i c r c p t n l l-iomln, '; l'it|nily n n i l lu.-ihl.-, h i - n - i t i t d in A IWMHI i h i r t l y wh.M'c K ^ l V i t l . ' i i l n n - MIH-J,!-. .sun of rn -,·.- p o s i t i o n , !i M f M . T n i n i i M i MUCH.' ( M ' - t d l l / i . ! ( i , r n m i m l H - r of farcwi-ll t'-ourtcK- K r l i i h i ( i i i i { i r i i n i i y :il l i i \ - i s M o n - i , - . i i u t ' M ^ Hi.- jiiir-1 w e e k , ( n i d i l m i d . T H - M M : . \ t i / . . i n I M C n n d l t ' H n n i l p i M d - j p l n t i l K were M i i n l m l . l n l \ w i l l i l l t i - i i r i n y » l r , um d in I hi- N-ccrnl innji, nnd tho f»n-ivi I I . - w i i l M I L n x" "ViM-wiiM h i i c t - I n i d t n l d f in im n i l w l i l t i ? US iM'Dnl - - t i ^ i i i ' T i ,.|' n |! 2\ 1,11)- | rmli'ir h n n i l n T . Hi.- j . i i l l i i - i i ' l u l i n i m j o f f i r c nl Tiii-.srtn him mlvi.^pd I hi ·II I. Ci.ttc?., Mm. Clnud Thurjx 1 |iourcfl. ( i u t ' 8 l n who hade Mrs. Haulu 1 lodspcrd were Momlium* J. V. i'?,, :UMJ S n i i l l t ! K n r i r . l " l i K t i w l i i i g H . Thcmlor Ncl- n | i l i ' t i n i ; lilt* I .son. J n h n Ali]{li.Hllnt\ J o l i n K t - n * I m t i i l H - r u t I n i M l y . J i i n u - H D a V f U j K i r t . Hnd.soii l i c l i l , l l n - | H ; t . i M i i r n - 1 1 nnd Ira Kiu-noy. I h . ' i , - I U I H ml- i . -. Hi' l'. t i n 1 ()uill({ lUVit.V, romtilg iKilllt', luiv- n p u r l y ? IMiUNt d-ldplioiic [i v a h u t l ' l t 1 i Hit 1 N i m - N i ' \ \ H . u l m t I f i i n i I h l i t I i t i l n i - n i - n i y I.' i l t l n wrvlt-t! i Pdst j)n.'nidciits of the A m e r i c a n 1 Lpgliiti A u x i l i a r y will ihcet at the home of Mr.*!. Jesse IsuUcks Monday evening ut 7:30. The Wednesday Literary club iiiftuts nl th' 1 home of Mrs. Edwm Mi-chcni'at 2:30, Wednesday, Jan. 17, The current, events pane] dis- ciiKHion will be on RtlBsU, with M i » . W. A. SuihprUind. Mrs. B. D. M c l n t o f t h and Mr.n. Jeflpe Isaucks k'tidliiK the dlscuRion. TJie M u r g u e r l t u Walker circle of St. T u u l K Mi'lhodisl church will mwl M o n d a y til 2:30, at the home of M I H . P. W. Cockerill. '['he Viola BrimddUfl circle of St, Paul's Methodist church will meet w i t h Mrs. H. K. Hare on South M l r n m l n t-trcpl Monday at 3:30, Reenters Auto Service Field Rcehtering; the auto servicing field, D. A. Williams has leased the Standard Oil Co: location at 888 North Main street, where he will operate the Aztec service s to lion, carrying a full line of Standard Oil 'products, including tires and auto accessories. He is prepared to offer a complete automotive seHMtXj, doing electrical and ignition work,, motor tuning and brake adjustments everything except major repairing. Mr. Williams ha.s spent the past 25 years in the automotive field and for the past 10 years was connected with the Magnolia firm, recently selling his station on Alameda street t/i William Farls. An automobile mechanic and service specialist for many years, he declares that his new business is going to be operated on the prewar basis. , "We aren't going lib skimp or do a boUh job" on ac- Srtld: "We're going to de- it- right -- even if \ye can't handle as many BMhdafBail SetforJaiji^ · fCon;:nueo from page 1) penie* ~ chief of which will be to pay the Star^Duiterg orchestra -- goes.Into the county's infantile parulys funrt, Admission fee is to be $1.20. Mr. Graham said, -20 cents of which IB the fedora! tax. , Meantime, with, the drive open ing today, Mr. Graham sala plane irre under way for the March of dimes-at local theatre* Jan. 25-3] and that, this week; containers will be placed in downtown-' bueines£ iE«B" to accept' "djine"' contributions to the infantile paralysis fund -- though contributions jJon't need to be limited t6 dimes. The March of Dimes campaign ;iso will extend to AftM College and other.parts of the'county arc- expected'to join th'fe dHve. Part of the money thus raised Mr, Graham said, remains in the county, for the aid ^of crippled children litre. Out' of the fund th'us retained) he added, $300 was sent to the Carrie Tlngley Hospital for Crippled children, for the care of 3ona Ana county children, during Here from Dallas for a visit. He) e'dirs'moihTr ecently was medically-discharged rom the navy after 18 months ov- rseas, An old football "iijury, he aid, forced his discharge. Gives Line Party hi t rod uci Carlenc Law was hostess to a gtoup of Her fiMenda af a dinner and' lino pai'ty Friday night. Thfc gronp; accompanied by Mr. mtd'Mrri. Carl Law, enjoyed a Mexican" dinner at La Prtsta, after which 1 they saw the movie, "JanSe;" Csrlc;ie's gucBUt were Janice Aogefrt, Ruby Jean Ridge, Shirley Mae Dlckei'son, Nancy Robey, Elizabeth Tin'ney, Margaret Burn, Henderson Brtkci*. Connie Bavott- $ett, Robert Herron, Dan Lowry, Ben BoyXIn. Edgar McLaln and Forrest Ebbs. Millions m H.S. To Figure Taxes (Continued from page K laborers, etc. 3. Received income of $100 or more in excess of withholding taxes. Monday is the final day for payment of the last quarterly installment on estimated income in excess of that covered by withhold-, ing taxt-Si It also is the deadline for filing revised estimates of 1044 income. These must be made to avoid penalty if the total 1944 income la 20 percent or more higher than earlier estimates. Al! f i n a l returns must be in by March 15. Botanic Garden One of the earliest botanic gardens was ai K a r n a k . Egypt, in tsnn H r UOBBTOF COLLECTING BELLS, STARTED SUPIfLIES· INTERESTING PROGRESS CLUB PROGRAM Mra. P. W. Cockeriir deJlghted her audience when she spoke on ier hdfcby . of collecting bells at Ja» meeting of .the Progress club .ri Rhodes hall on th-e college campus Friday afternooii.- 1 Five years ago Mra. Cockerill won a blue crystal bell a.t a bridge larty. . . ^ This was the beginning of a fas- dilating-hobby, and today, her col- ection of bells numbers over two hundred seventy-five. ^ There are cow bells, school bells, :urkey bells and sleigh bells. In materials they run the range of Slovakia and crystal, silver, brass, pottery, bronze and wood. There are probably more brass bells in her collection than any other kfnjl. richest Cwie. These, too, have the PARTY LINE J. H, Bason, a Bonon and Mrs. brother of Rod W. E. Gill, is" The wooden bells, with even the clappersmade of wood, come from the island of Bali. " In the crystal group there is a cut glass specimen 8 inches tjill and one in the shape of a cocktail glaes, that Mrs. CockerHl us-as as a flower vase. There's one that had been worn by a yak in Tibet, which proved very interesting- to th«? audience. Many of the bells are very old, and in that group is a pin of ail! ver with three tiny suspended bells. This pin was used by Mrs. Gock- dresses o A. T, Co#,. ..wholesale agent, Shell Oil Co., says: "We would count HJ gjeatJffsSiilo be deprived of the vast .amount of credit: In- iormatioiii we find i n - t h e 1 files of | rur .local r Credit, Bureau and Rating Book," · , "Treat Your Credit as a, Sacred 1 ier most expensive bell is of [ Trust " silver mads by the Navajo Indians j ',!\IE$ in the shape of a tepee. j OHBD|I,T ( - Therc WES one that looked like IZii, South Mift, Phone rfrst try to g«t K m Crucec. a tea-ball. The bells from Czecho- las. Cnu$H). Ne^ Mexlw p n coun- round,T«milar to sleigh bells, with the ;fjVPJ$fr concealed and just a slit arthe bottom. Mrs. CoclccntfTs-'icollection represents qianyflpriisn, countries, and she has specimens^ from over the states in the Union. She displayed her entire collection at the Progress club meeting, and at the end of her talk-she asked the group to sing 'Anwricsj'wfiilc she aocom- 1 panied them on -her 1 silver bells. JredH Flashes: AFTER THE DANCE SB THE POTY We are now able to offer you a service you will appreciate and be glad to bring your guests here. La F®tida Cafe JOE Y. ROGERS. Mgr. Electr ·ivtilty I j ·/ t /-'./' '/*''.*, \ ^ ' ' ^~,--kf--\ CACTUS PACKAGE STORE LIQUORS and WINES and BEERS C. E. "POP" DEAN 101 South Church Street Opposite Post Office Phone 832 $7.50 Installed ., ,- Connected to Your Door Bell Wire. " .'.' GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR Costs Less Than 2'/ 2 c per Month VAllEY APPLIANCE CO. 108 SOUTH MAIN -PHONE 69 Three now Imbipfl arc reported by Dr II. B. MrRoc. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. M a n u e l ilcnuindez n boy on Jan, 10. He was named Luis, Mr. unu Mrs. Ricnrdo Agiillaf HIT the puronts of n bftby g i r l born Jan. U. This in their first child. The hnhy wns immeri Marin Inez. A boy \vaa burn to Mr. »nd Mm. J i i n n Lopor, Jnn. 11. The name l'"i!hmn wan ^iven the hit by. Try first (o got It In Crnpwt! SPECIAL DKY-SKIX MIXTCRE 1 N . M , I . . , , , - l u l l ,,, t | i i \ u f i o t i ! v I t i l n i i - i l i n ^ m,',li! i i i r . t m f.M H A v ,ln - K i t i . Ilcljf ninlr l,ih MI|I|I!C ;itnl 't.»ft . . . HM i i i . l . - r n e n n i f ; itiu^li [i'l» .'tiid 1 i n \ lineTM ( t l K ' I . M l i M i r - . - Crl \ , . i u Mip. pi) mitt a* (In 1 liitif f IniiJUxl, , » J ( t ) l K V f ' l IIS N O W ! Las Cruces Drug Company 10:i South Minn I'hi.nr 111 RADIONIC HEARING Cull MRS. \\. IhltEKRIKR (i!)(i-,l,'i fur a llonu' Demor.sti'alioii MAYTAG Washer Repair We have u complete stock of Maytag wasljor uncl motor parts. VALLEY APPLIANCE CO. 108 SOUTH MAIN PHONE U VALLEY APPLIANCE COMPANY PAINT - IT - YOURSELF HEADQUARTERS f e i t i r l n g N U ' E N A M E L the ·Odin flilib fir ivirytllif OHE COAT COVERS NU-ENAMEL NO BRUSH MARKS f.hl · Chirt hrllt Are yn IR aaatair? Yoi'll di a prifisaloial jah with NU-EMMEL eaay ti apply . . . ia kfijuViparks Now you can paint your kitchen or%of)troom, brighten old furniture, re-new linoleum, with little worjt MctUifHe coitl Nu-Enarfiel goes twice as for ai ordinary pQinnjj dries quickly ·lo a smooth-ai-gla» surface ... is watKmj^wpJ amaiingty durable. Made tn a complete selection of colon and in dear varnish. Come in for expert advice about painting.

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