Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on February 8, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Las Crue«s gun-News Thursday Afternoon Fcbruur *· M5 Las in-News l.y (lie I,-. I'rui Iviilfctcd at I,*. ; W A L L A C E I ' l - K f i V . R. B. HOVJ.K HE HASN'T CHANGED ANY-WELL, HARDLY ANY pfA Council to Be Guests of Anthony Group .Vf i ; i « I ' H C S S n u l l ) - . , Jt/ii i h o Not Much Encouragemenl for Killer's Gang The- "Bi£ Three" L-onh-rcncc somewhere in t h e Blnuk sea area, h a v i n t ? n^recd on j o i n t r n i ) i l ; i r y rper;itions for the windup of the w;n against ( l e r r n . ' n i y , uti unnounc'C'.'Tifnt issued simultaneously from W.'ishinj'ion, London and Moscow reveals, now is considering Uu-i.e f u r t l u r problems: 1. "Joinl plans for the occupation and control of Gor--nr-y " . 2. "Polilical and economic problems oj[ liberated Europe." f 3. "Proposalfi for the enrliosi possible o U a b l i s b m f l r t f f ~ ^permanent iniornaiional organizalion lo m a i n t a i n pi.;i';c.' \ And. coining ;is il fiocs ; i t _ ; i l i n n - when a clozun armies uri: conver^inM ( "i f » c n ) u t n y fVoin ojjpo.sJIe sides at ;i time vviic-h the f a l e of the X a / i n a l j o n t,evT was so t i a r k -Uu-re's no'. River in Manila Front Baitleline 'I'ltctni 11 Hr'ulw /'(/·/v The City-County Coiincil of Par- ant-Tteachers Associations In Dona Ana county will meet In regular quarterly session Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Anthony grade school at 2:30 TI. m. All /Ambers of the Anthony, Picacho, MesiHa Park, North Alameda, and Chamb.erino PTAs are members of this council and Mrs. P. G. Donaldson, president, invites all to attend this meeting. Mrs. P. E. Neale of Mesilla Park has charge of the program. The Anthony group will be host- sssea during the social hour. The reception committee includes Mrs. E. N. Crossett, principal of Anthony school, Mrs. A. L. Kelsay and Mrs. Ray Enriquez. Other officers of the Council include Mrs. J. A. Griffith of Picacho vice-president, Mrs. Joe Smith, Las Crimes, secretary, Mrs. Carl Brand- stom of Chamberino. treasurer. Legal Notice IN THE 'USTRICT COURT OF OONA A N A COUNTY', NEW i Ilnnd. el nl., Plain- MIIU K. DorrLs, c-t ai.. D. FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? l l t C ' t l - H t i l l M i * \V '.·li-ii l l n - y i - n t t - i . i l b i ' U l p . "j; l l n - i h l i w u i r l ' ·..·OK*. w,-n t h · J i n n '.H K, C. Oirw, W i l b u r i l i i m l K u n . J o h n l l u H l t i n s , W a l l e r ! : . i M ' i - l , U. [I. H n y l » ' . I ' h l l Nonlo. I J (.'. D a l l n i i , I t . M i i y l ' l c l i l , M U C H : .. '!i H . ' i t Mrs. K i U y H l i i m l l i - r . i ' NOTIfK (IK PENDENCY SI! IT FABTKICTIl, i b« " H h i i h i p ' tnonlr, ' li ·THISTM i · I any ihujt THE STATE OF N15VV MEXICO MrQiillInn Linul Coinpany. i fliiiHc.lvrf], dfiiiH.Klic i-orporntion, In iiiilinown sui'ctfiHorH and na- :l(:n.s, lnipk'11'.lecl wiLli thu follow- :nK nanicil deR'iHlantM asalnsl luini mit)Hti(iit.ccl floi'vlce IM herc- y HiMl^ht to |jc olitiilnoil, to wit: Tin- Jiouthwi'Hti'ni C'onipjiny, n iliM-.i.lvi'iJ. ilimicHtlL' t'lirpiiriitlon, lit u n k n o w n ,sut;ci!Wiora and aKKlgna; On 1 Mortgage Invcstinpiit Company a Tt':iiu corpf.ratttin; I'}. D. Uoyd ami Nancy 2. Hnyd, Ills wir.\ Itc M u r l mill Hnnlcl KlnR Mtirf. Ilia "·iff, M. ficm'llonutKh Klorrnrp (IiciT Scnrboi'OiiKh Jii.s wifi;; tlit' FEBRUARY 8-14 FEBRUARY 8-14 It's Ihe American Way fo SALUTE THE BOY SCOUTS On Their 35th Anniversary! M o i v t l m n c v i T (his \vai-ii symbol of a brijjhtiT world . . . th Boy Scouts of AmiTira aiv amm; our brightest hopes. Wo{jivi'thcminir pnlhusia.slic onrouKij'onirni I'ortlscir ^filh annivorsni-y . , . know- JDK llicy help to make In other hoed, loyally, c'oopi'ration living realities the world over! Hoy Seoul Trailini; Post in l.as Cruces mi;.! 1 unkwown heirs, excutors, adminisLiatoi's anu a^siguo. «..*- jjiii: K. Uurrig and uotJe IvI. Durris, his \V;io; M. L. Fugale and Sue M. Fugate, his wife; Lee H. Omdorff and Alice V. Orndorif nis wife; J. E. McQuillan: Clara O. Cardova; Mateo Garcia; Fran- 1'isco T. do Jaruiniilo; Genoveva T, de Sllva; Lorenzo T. Torres; Mrs. .iiim'the Slrothera, S. L. Tgoke and Francis L. Tooke, his wife; E. G. Hills Marguerite Ehart; J. I. Gouriey; R. R. Bowie; IS. P. Greenwood W: A. Allen; Tillie Miche.lson; Nell H. Fallen; the unknown heirs of George Henry Merten, deccas.ed; all unknown heirs, executors, Administrators, successors and aa- signs i of each of said named defendants; and all unknown persons claiming any lien, title or mtercsi in and Lo the hereinafter described real estate adverse to the title of plaintiffs, GREETING: You and each of you are hereby notified that W. Herman Hand and David E. Price' have brought suit in the District Court of Dona Ana County, New Mexico, against you, being No. 9S16 on the Civil Docket of said Court, the general object ol which is to quiet title in the plaintiffs in and to thi- following described real estate, lowll: Tilt! property described in thu finniplaint in the first cause of action therein nnd situate in Sections H and. IS, Township 19 j S m i t h , Range 3 West, in Dona Ann i County. New Mexico, being Serin! j Ncj. G16S on the U. S. Rcclama-', tion Service Maps. - ! The 1 pruporty described in tin. 1 crniplHint in the second cause i'i (U'llon thornin and situate, in S»v- Uon 15, Tmvnshtp 19 South, Rang.'] a Went, N. M. P. M., in Dona Ana ' County, Now Mexico, and bcinj; Trrtut 247fi and part of Tract ^-»7H on tho Pluts of the Tax Assessor of siild County. , You «rt further notified that unless you enter your nppcnruncc in 1 said cause and pltnd lo the mm- J plaint on or before March '22, UMf». i judKiiient by default will l)n romler- j cd against yon in snid cauae. Plain- i til'is' attorney is R. C. Garlumt, i win'.so post office address is Lus I'nii'cs, Ntw Mexico. WITNKSS my hand and senl ttf said Court this 7th day of I-W.- runry, KHS. (Seal) L. A. Cnrdwi'll Clcurk of the District Court. Fob. 8,13,22 March 1.-1045. I'ho only brtjnclH't] pulm I rue in | thu itOLiin pnlm uf conlnil A f n c n , ! which u/lctt bi'flrs innre than 2(H) i Teuchvr Sorority Holds Parly at Bowling Alley The Kappa Alpha chapter of Kappa Iota, social sorority for teachers, tnct last evening at the Las Cruces bowling alley for bowling party. I l i f i h scores were won by Miss Lfilfj Lackey and Miss Helen Taylor, tint a most enjoyable evening was liod by all. After the games the group adjourn,-d to the Club cafe for refreshments and a short business Flnjoying the evening wore: Mil- ·'n-ril Eastlny, Ruth Boyd, May WnLson, Marie Stewart, Edith V-.'a.icr. Sarah Ivy, Bess Christopher, Estil McDowell, Zella Black, Kugenia White, Lola. Lackey, Edna Tniccy, Edith Berrier, Hslcn Taylor, Katye Horton and Juanita Denney. A guest for the evening- was Mrs. Margaret Hare of Oklahoma City, who is now making her home in Las Cruces. Benefit Bridge To Be Featured With Valentines An entire red and white Valentine theme will be carried out in the decorations at the club house at the benefit bridge party given by the WIA club tomorrow night, Mrs. James Davenport, chairman of the decorations committee, has announced. ·The table on which, the prizes will be displayed will be centered with a huge red heart flanked by white candles. White stocks mass- ·d on the mantle will be accented by red candles. Georgeous poinsettias . from the patio of the Joe Smith home 'will be used throughout the rooms. Mrs. William T. Scoggin, jr., chairman of the ways and means committee in charge of the party, has hopes that the occasion wil as complete a success as was the benefit party of last year. The party begins at 7:30. Founders' Day Tea Attracts Crowds of Parents' Teachers Excellent attendance was reported this morning at the Founders' Day program and silver tea held at the North Alameda school yesterday afternoon by the school's PTA. Commemorating t h e fifth anni- j . , . « · vcrsary of the founding of the or- day night, when the Las Cruccs ganization, a beautiful birthday I ·' · ·"'' -«"' "'*·"· --j cake, iced in PTA colors of yellow j Deming team in Junior high schpol Bulldogsficl Queen to Reign Over Cage Gime Teresa Carrecm, attractive young daughter of Mrs. Virginia Carreon of Mesilla, will as queen me and blue and burning five candles, was out at the occasion. Following the PTA prayer, Mrs. Carl Jacobs sang "The Tree of the PTA" and the national song of the group. She was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Kenneth Bender-. Mrs. E. L. St. John gave the history of the PTA, both local and national, followed by a play entitled ittin "The Light for Tomorrow," forth the ideals of the or- ^anization. Fourth grade mothers were hostesses for the afternoon, and Mrs. Carl Conlee presided at the tea L able. Presidents of the group for the last five years were Mrs. Walls, Mrs. William Wallace, Mrs. E. L. St. John, Mrs. R. Y. McMillin and Mrs. Clyde Baker, who heads the organization this year. gymnasium. Chosen by the BpHdo^a-aa their, member oF the senior.' class, will be crowned "Queen .'of Basket Ball" during the intermission between halves. Clad in a smart spectator sports outfit, she will hold sway over her loyal subjects, .after being crowned by two members of the team, Jimmie Viramontes and Rueben Maynez. . ' . . . , ; Miss Carreon, B. petite brunette, is a member of tfiK Glee club, Home ec club, Spanish club -and the Pep club. , PARTY LINE Mrs. W. E. Badgley and two children and Mrs. EuM Fern Sites, of Phoenix, ore visiting in the home of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Hutlspeth. Also S/Sgt. and Mrs. Cnrroll Smith and son Mickey arrived last Sunday for a visit. Sgt. and Mrs. Smith left last night for Florida, while Mickey remained with his grandparents for I n while. Mrs. Smith is tlv? ..'ormor Home Builders With Mrs. Hall The Home Builders Sunday School class held jts monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. W. T. Hall this week, with Mrs. Ruby llrnzoal serving as co-hostess. The evening's devotional was i given by Mrs. Hall. Following the social hour, refreshments were served the following class members: Mmes Herbert Pumphrey E. A.' Gammon, Fred Eichholtz, Claude Tharpe, W. M. Hawkins, Virgil Brocaw, Bruce Billiard, Harry Sorrier, Ruby Brazea], A. L. Williams, Walter Heitt and Anna Dickaon. Mrs. Berrier is president of the class. Rotarians Eat at Home EC Tables First of the civic clubs to take advantage of a series of luncheons to be served by the Home EC department of Junior high school to these organizations was Rotary at its regular meeting yesterday. Students under the direction of Mrs. Hugh Gardner prepared and served an entire meal of unration- ed food, including such delicacies as creamed chicken in .shells, stuffed baked potatoes, Harvard beets. whole wheat muffins, Victory pie, coffee an mints. Following the luncheon, a program of music and dance numbers was presented by Kenneth Bender and Mrs. Florence Heizer, with Mary Frances Daniels as accompanist. Artistic table decorations in a patriotic theme were designed and carried out under the direction of COMING EVENTS Linger Longer club will meet in the home of Mrs. John Gains Friday afternoon at 2:30. RED CROSS IN BANK ROOM Dona Ana county Red Cross offices are now located in an up stairs room of the First Natitonal Bank building. Mrs. Lillian Williams. Several faculty members were guests at the luncheon, as well as a visiting Rotarian, Dave Drew, of Barre, Vermont, and Sgt. John Keeling. Now She Shops "Cash and Cany" Without Painful B.cUch.., When disorder of kidney function permit* poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cautenn^ingbockiLche, rheumatic PJUDB; leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, puffiness under tho eyej, headaches and aitxincea. Frequent or scanty S osogua frith smarting and burning gome- oca chows there is something wrong wiUi vnur kidneyi or bladder. Don't wail! Ask your druggist for Donn'a Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 yearn. They rivo happy relief and -will help the 15 miles of kidney IUDCB fluah out poisoa- L Qot DmtA Pifa. Lois Hudspeth. Miss Elaine Atkins of El Paso was a Las Cruces visitor this week. BAYLUS CADE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AuiiitR - Tax Mutters - Systems 120 E. Grlggs Ph. 28J, 477-J Keep your motor oil clean and your car will run longer without repairs. These cartridges will do the job, quickly, efficiently. R A Y ' S P A R K Texaco Service Station MESILLA PARK PHONE 493-J2 School Children Headquarters We are now In I petition to oiler Iht school children i ipecltl lunch or luit a cool rtireihlng drink. La Fonda Cafe JOE Y. ROGERS. Mgr. Greetings, brother...Have a Coke ...or initiating a new subject of Neptune It's a fine old custom--the good-natured initiation of those who cross the equator Tor the first time. In much the same spirit of good-natured fun, people everywhere respond to the Invitation Hate a Coke. That's when friendliness jpcaks a refreshing language all its own. A pause for ice-cold Coca-Cola is always greeted with a smile in so many places, on the seas and overseas, just as it ii in your home. It's a happy symbol among people who understand the pleasant ways of friendship. l O t l l l O U N O l l A U T X O I I T T O r T H I C O l A - C O l * C O M F A N T IT LAS CRUCES COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Col* I You nAturally hear Coci-Coli I C.IM by iu friendly .bbirvUUon iTolte". both mcen the quality prod- 1 uct of Tb0 Coca-Cola Company.

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