Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on February 4, 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, February 4, 1945
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Sunday Morning February 4, 1945 Us PAGE THREE! Nutrition Group Plans Improved Health. inSiaie ·-,\ ··- \ :· · · '· . The New Mtxicb State Nutrition ·Committee' held a quarterly meeting at State College, yesterday with a good representation from various sections of the state. The committee was organized at a meeting in Santa Fe in October, 1940, with 16 nicmbers. The of ficei^j elebted at the organization mating were: Miss Edith Lantz, chairman, Miss Chris- e-jchairman, and odges, secretary- Line Relief, Miss Frances treasurer. The purpose of .tfye Committee is to promote and impmye the health and nutrition of people in New the organization of the committee, the membership has grown to 43 members, with rep- i various agen- '.in New Mexico Mexico, Sijice resentatives frpm cies and grou Benefit Bridge to Be First Event in Redecorated WIA. The benefit bridge party to be given by the W.I.A. woman's club at the club house Friday evening, Feb. 9, will be the first gathering to be held»in the building since It has been redecorated. If the club house can't boast a new spring coat, at least there's a new lining in the old one. The rooms are as spic and span K can be, members said yesterday. Walls and floors have been redone and all drapes freshly cleaned. Every effort is being made to make the party a big success. There'll be refreshments, of course, and prizes galore for the lucky" ones. It's a simple way to entertain a small group and at the same time support the good works being done by the club. The party is to begin at 7:30. Mrs. L. Stanley Edwards has announced the following committees Legion Auxiliary Honors Visitors With Cover-Dish Members of the American Legion Auxiliary honored Mrs. Julia McGonagill of Artesia, department president, and Mrs. Othalee Fuld- wildcr of Hot Springs, department membership chairman, at a covered dish dinner In the home o£ Mrs. E. O. Oliver Friday evening. A lovely arrangement of forsythia and blue candles centered the table, carrying out the Auxiliary colors. Both guests spoke to the group, stressing the importance of rehabilitation work being done in the veterans' hospitals. Mrs. J. W. Campbell, Auxiliary president, introduced" Mrs. W. C- Buell, gold star mother of World War I. and a new member, Mrs. William Harvey. Present, besides the above mentioned, were: Mmes. Lillian Neff. , qoncerned with health and nutrition. · V'"* 1 '''"' - ''·· Officers, Corpl^|tip(v' J (pa*! s The officers elected at the meet; ing in October, 1944; are: Miss F r a n c e s Hodges, Albuquerque chairman; Mrs. Alb'drta Poindex- ' ter. Albuquerque, s .vice-chairman; and Miss Edith Woodard, State College, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. ' Leona King,' Albuquerque, is the executive secretary, -who works under the direction'of Uie State Nutrition Committee. · L . Standing rsub.-committees are: Food preservation^ chairman, Mrs. Mary Lee Burrall.. Albuquerque; education, chairman, -Mips Margaret O'Loughlin, Las Cruces; school lunches, chairman, Mrs. Alberta Poindexter, Albuquerque; co-ordinating, chairman. M r s. 1 Helen CrandalJ ^Li'Griices; legislative, chaiAijlqq Mr.' Cecil Hell, busch. PhoeMx^ Executive, chairman. Miss Edith Lantz, Las Cruces. . O t i Review Year's Activities At the meeting a summary of the past year'-s-activities was reviewed. Some of the high points of this summitry", were:'An educational program on the enrichment of-white flour and bread; reprinted and distributed 8,000 copies of nutrition leaflets in. Spanish; a ft booth and nutritionTfJlra. iat, the New Mexico state fair; sp'ohsbred meat demonstrations which Were conducted by a representative from the national meat and livestock board; sponsored, Jointly with the , state health department, five nutrition clinic demonstrations conducted ~ly Dr. Walter Willdns of , ", tire U. S. public health service and Dr. Stuart Adier from the in charge of the party: reserva-1 M. Kuykendall, Joseph Turney, PARTY LINE Mr, and Mrs. Walter Ruthey left Thursday for Rising Star, Texas, to be with their daughter, Mrs. Leo Myers, who is convalescing in a hospital there following major surgery. Mrs. Myers is the former Willadean Futhey, a bride of the early fall. Mrs. Burl Logan and baby Janice are making their home here, awaiting the return from overseas of Lt. (jg) Burl Logan. Burl Is now on a DMS (destroyer-minesweeper) in the Pacific, after serving in the Atlantic, The couple has bought a farm in the valley near the J. R. Logan home. Marv Helen Freeman and Betsy McCook are here from Wright field, Dayton, Ohio, visiting in the home of Miss Freeman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman. Employed as office personnel, they are being transferred to another field, and visiting enroute. Their first stop was in Austin. Texas, Miss McCook's home, then a visit in El 1 Paso before coming to Cruces. Mrs, Annie Mossman has just had word from Major and Mrs. tions, Mrs. John Hoskins and Mrs. Ira Barkley; tickets, Mrs. Boyd Turbevilie; refreshments, Mrs. M. P. Whitney, Mrs. John Hoskins and Mrs. Turbevilie; decorations, Mrs. James Davenport, who will name ier own helpers. COMING EVENTS Spanish Teacher? Allrusa club will meet at La 1O JtC (jllCSlS clt Posla Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. | T , . , · ] · . TV m ,, M . North Alameda P.T.A. will o b - | - D l clZUldll JUllllltl serve Founders' Day with a silver i ea at the school building Wednes- j About thirty members of south- day afternoon at 3:15. An inter-1 ern New Mexico AATS will accept estin- program is being planned. I the invitation to a Brazilian din- further announcement will be ner at 6:30 Saturday, Feb. 10, in ntvcr bSforeclmmcd piMlble. Varieties normally net) (fir 10-110 In older bulba. Make your flower garden the Ulk ol the town with the Hot of color only R«1nbo»- Mix KUdidui can bring. Sent In tter ' - ·iirint iilantlnt. Order nowl 3 RANUNCULUS BULBS INCLUDED , hBtorted dollwiie col era. Gro Mary Trout. Bernice Jackson, j j^rry Hines saying they would be Maude Christopher, Cora Watson, nere the latter part of the month Nena Ellers, Louella Stark, Lucile Funkhouser, Minnie Hyland, T. J. n f n r visit, accompanied, of course, Walter Gerald. Major . n y youn Graham, Frieda Kittleson, Lucy! Hines. who is in charge of the re- Emminger, and the Misses Ollie I creational and entertainment pro- Eide and Bessie Christopher. made in Tuesday's Sun-News. Circle No. 2 of the Presbyterian the home of Mrs. A. C. Greenlaw of Alamogordo. church will meet at the "home of | The hostess will be assisted by Mrs. Frank Jones Monday at 4 j Mrs. Reg Smith and Mrs. Carl, p m. Miss Clytice Ross will be former residents of Brazil. Mrs. "o-hostess. There will be a-guest j Smith is a native of the country. ipeaker. Going away, coming home, t ng a party? the £tim-News. Please telephone First try to get It In Cruces. j Eight other persons from Bazil are expected to be present at the dinner, and the Las Cruces guests are looking forward to an interesting evening. Spanish dances and song numbers will be presented by Alamogordo high school students, under the direction of Miss Magdalene Hughes. state health department; the executive secretary represented the committee at the Rural Life Conference for Priests in New Mexico, field at Montezuma; distributed nutrition films and materials throughout the state. Another highlight of this quarterly meeting was the making of final arrangements for sponsoring bread demonstrations, which will be conducted by Miss Jeannette Hendricks from the wheat flour institute, in eight counties in New Mexico during February. These demonstrations are being arranged in connection with furthering the educational program on the enrichment of white flour and bread. 211 Schools Have Lunch Plan There was a discussion of nev information concerning the nutrition program on the national level, which was given to the executive committee by Miss Vivian Drenckhahn, from the nutrition programs branch in Washington, D. C., on her recent visit to New Mexico. Mrs. Alberta Poindexter.' state school lunch representative, report- gram for the entire camp at Camp Tlaiborue, La., is going to Dallas ipecial program, and from there will come on out this way, "or a visit- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hahn of El knows his birds, Mrs. E. C .Wade left yesterday for El Paso where She will spend a few days in Uie home of her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Stablcin. Mrs. Herbert Nelson is up and about again after several days illness. Ivan McGuire, former member of the board of county commissioners from the northern district, was here from Garfield yesterday. Jot Taylor, who wns take*! to Southwestern general hospital when he became quite ill. at his home last week, will be back sometime this week to convalcse at hom\, Mrs. Taylor reported to the Sun-News late yesterday. Mrs. Earl Richardson of Hillsboro is a weekend visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith. M M and Mrs. Bill Leatherman are visiting jn the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Redman. In the Pacific area for 22 months. M'M LeaUieiman was with the navy commandos in the landings at Hollandia. Biak and Woodlock. He was in one of the later groups of naval trainees at New Mexico AM, and is now based at San Pedro, Cal. Mrs. T. J. Mayfield and small d a u g h t e r , who have been visiting here, returned to their home in LorUsburg last night when Mr. Mayfield hnd to come over on busi- ;ies.5. Lt. Wilbert H. Phillips, who has been here -on ten days leave visiting with his wife and daughter, Pamela, and other members of his family, left last night to return to C n m p Hmvze, Texas where he Paso _are_ visitors in Uie homei of j js s l a t i o n e d MrSi Phm jps ia lhc former Aileen Long-bottom. senator to sec if It would be possible to get a branch office located in Las Cruces, so Mexican mi-, tionals working on Mesilla valley farms wouldn't have to go to El Paso to si-1? about visas. Instunt], the commissioner of immigration has notified Senator Chavez, workers on this side will be pL'rmittt'd lo send their request to the district office at El Paso by mail. Keepsake ARCADIA Matched Set ' 350.00 Engagement Ring 250.00 Alto $450 and 600. Prkf J Include federal tax, Las Cruces Artist Has Exhibit of Work Mrs. Carolyn Culbert, who has had a collection' of 25 oil paintings on exhibit at the Bundles for Britain building on Montana St., in El Paso, for the past month, went down Thursday to oversee the hanging of the pictures in the Woman's Club building on Mesa Aye., at the request of- that organization. At the Montana St. location Mrs. Culberts paintings attracted much attention and created widespread interest. Last Wednesday in particular, at the tea for army wives, a painting of yellow aspen, which Mrs. Culbert calls "Trailing the Deer," At that "Storm Across the Ranges," was sold to Mrs. B. T. all Hall at Mesilla Park. Mrs. E. G. Gunnell, who with her brother. J. R. Logan, was called to Farmersville, Texas because of the llness of their father, is visiting n the Logan home before returning to her home in Burbank, Calif. Mrs. Leslia Hlller, of New Jersey who with her two young sons, is visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. Edna Loomis, says she's going back Home if one more thing goes wrong. What with little upsets from the long trip, and this and t h a t , now Stephen has chicken pox. Mrs, .T. T. Ferguson has returned from the west coast where she spent a month in the home of her son. Fred, and his family. The Ferguson Sr. are grandparents, and quite proud of the new member of the family. Mrs. William Envin, trying her hand at nursing a crippled bird back to health, called upon young Keith Guthrie for information regarding the diet of a housefinch. And Keith, an ardent bird lover, knew the answer. He's only S, but Miss Bette Den ton. English lonelier in high school and junior high, has been called to her hunie in Dallas because of the illness of her mother. was a decided favorite. time, too her picture, ed at the meeting that there are 1 u«i«m.»«iii~.B.»..cTM« 1 211 schools in the slate, now par! ticipating m the school lunch pro| gram. $2. COLONIAL DAMES ALL-PURPOSE CREAM. SPECIAL AT . . $1.00 Rich and luscious, this fine orram is ilcli^hlful for cleansing, softening, s m o o t h i n g . R e g u l a r f l ounce $2.00 size, for this s.ile only a l SI 00 A real treat for skins made dry hy winter weather Standard Walgreen Agency 221 South Main Phont 3SO a woman from Alamogordo. 7 Because of lack of space in the new location, Mrs. Culbert was able to hang only 18 of the pictures at the Woman's club, where they will remain during the month of February. BABY CHICKS We have on hand at this time most large breeds. T .?w shipment each Thursday. FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On RR Tracks Thrill to the magic 1 of a dress that gives you the enchanting air of an angel -- the figure of a Venus. We've formals with skills slim as a blade of grass or with yards and yards of fullness. Choose yours today. LYIES STORE For Men and Women For Quality and Style, Shop at Lvles 106 South Main Street ' Phone 830 Immigration Service Eases Visa Formality Through the efforts of Senator Dennis Chavez, the immigration service has eased the f o r m a l i t y fur- re validating river-crossing cards. D. F. Stahmann has bt'i Mr. Stahmann had ; i- advised. Hi DIAMOND RINGS We feature these famous Keepsake Rings in our store. Come in and see the many styles available in a wide range of prices. 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