Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on July 5, 1951 · 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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Thursday, July 5, 1951
Page 3
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Thursday Evening, July 5, 1951 LAS CRUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE THREE Henry Founin'srfiold Family Dinner To Honor Dolores GallShei^ack Colligan, Wednesday Miss Dolor!. Gallagher, **"ricle- olect of John 1 ' Colligan, 'Sierra gave a pair of earrings. Following the dinner, group Nfndra, Calif., was honored with a. I singing and a fireworks display family dinner as a pre-nuptial j \yere iinjoyed. Another family courtesy last night in the home (]i nnt . r i s scheduled for tonight t of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Fountain. Members of the bride's family present were: her mother, Mrs. Peter Gallagher; h e r - b r o t h e r - a n d sister-in-law, Mr. and'Mrs.^J'eter Gallagher, and non, Charles Francis, Albuquerque; her nunt, Mrs, Gertrude ASCII rale, Las Cruces; her cousin, Miss Monica Gallagher, Los Angeles. Members of the groom's family present were: his mother, Mrs. Rehekah Colligan; his great-aunt, Mrs. Anita Otero; his sister. Miss Catherine Colligan, all of California. Also present was Johnny Owen, a friend of the groom Dinner was served buffet style on the lovely patio of the Foun tain home. Table decorations carried out a yellow theme, and mixed flowers were the decorations. Fountain presented Gallagher with a cookie cutter-, and to Mrs. Peler Gallagher she the Amatlor Hotel. PARTY LINES Mr. and Mrs. George Tarvcr, "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gentry, and Mrs. Foster Gentry spent the Fourth of July in Ruidoso. * Mrs. Jean Skaggs and daughter, Sallie, Frances Bennett. and T/Sgt. Annett Uurkhead of Las Cruces, stopped -by the Seafure Lodge and Restaurant in Beverly Hills, Calif. overlooking cationing on the west coast. . * Enrique M. Lucero, who is aboard the USS Butternut AN9. in Yokosuka Bay, Japan, has recently been promoted to the rank of Chief hospital man. Mrs. Lucero and her four children are slaying in the home of for a seafood'dinner, the ocean, -while va- Demonstraiion Is Given By Children Ai WSCS Meeting ~ ! Chief Lucoro's parents. Mr. and Lucci'O, Rt. 1, Las 'Mrs. Simon L Cruces. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Davis and Weekly Paper Published lione By 'Miss Maud' WINSLOW, -Ark. 1 ,, iffy -- The weekly Winslow American is one-woman newspaper. Mrs. Miiiul Duncan, a sprightly widow of 77, has published the American alone since the death of her husband, founder G. N. Duncan, in 1918. Miss Maud -- us she is fondly called ly the townsfolk '-- rounds up her news items, sells-the advertising. Hand sets nil of tliu type and prints Ihe paper on a foot- powered press. - There's nothing, unusual about it, Airs. Duncan insists. "I t h i n k it would be highly unusual for an able-boclieil woman to sit down and give up just because she' isn't able to hire people to do the work." . A typical day finds Miss Maud up at dawn and in town a f t e r breakfast checking news sources, picking up her m'uil at the post- office and selling un ad or two before returning to the office. Gn the day the American goes to press, she sits down at an open type case, grubs a · "stick" :m(' sfits the news -- she.seldom write* Chi Omega Alumnae Plans Rush'Parly Chi Omega Alumnae met Monday night in the Chi Omega house with members of the active chapter as guests. Plans for the summer rush party to be held this month were made. Hostesses for the evening ! were .Jcnnettc Necklace and Maxine Maveety. Those present were Doris Gar- j denhirc, Velma McCowen, Eliza-. bcth Murrell. Elizabeth Snow, Rosemary Euchanimn, May Hakl. Helen Pickett, Travis Hughes. Verna Fay Scale, Nancy Hall, a guest, the former A n n a Sue Barrow, from Casper, Wyoming, and the hostesses. Emmy Laabs will be hostess for the August meeting. Younger members of the Mcth- | L ,.jp ( 0 Illinois U n(1 Wisconsin, church gave a demonstration! - * of work accomplished during the | Marilee A. Field, who has been summer bible school sessions "t a tending the Crippled Children's the VV. S. C. S. luncheon meeting | school in Jumeslown, North Da- Monday. Mrs. L. F. Kurtz presided the meeting and Mi's. Russell Lud- v/ich gave the devotional';: .. t The children presented a ohcck tn Hev. Douglas to be sent to the Lydiii Patterson school in Rl Paso. Mrs. L. F. Kurtz was given a life membership certificate and pin by the society. Mrs! Kurtz presided at the meeting and Mrs. Russell Ludwick gave t h e devotional. -:· ; Velma Lou of' Mesilla Park, re- j it out beforehand ~- then ads and turned Sundav from a three-week starts making up the page forms · ,-itop dn old billiard table bequeathed by a bc::krupt pool h:iil proprietor. After the forms are justified tightly, she locks one on the old standard press in the corner of the -- shop, inks the rolleis, takes a Jeep md hi oath, hops aboard a bycicle scat kola, is home for the summer months. Mrs. Jewel Field, Mrs. John Eakons, Las Cruces, an Mrs. E. ft. Gonzales. Denver,drove aitalchment and begins pumping away at the pedal, "it's s o r t ' o f . fun when you gel onto it." Ted Allen and Mary Frances Gon- j j cr newspaper, 9 by 12 inches, ziilcs made the trip home with ranges fiom tv/o to eight pages, them. Ted Allen, Mary Frances] COM ING EVENTS . Girl-. Scouts ·'Icj'nWng' 1 far Camp Mary \Vhite; Sunday.'July 8,'"-;ire to assumble at fcai-hi^ln front of the Girl Scout buikltng, 122 West -Joe Quesenberry" Post No. 10, AmericanXejfloji, will hpld its'reg- ular m e e t i n g . a t ' 8 p. m., Friday ,, _ _ July 6. at the American- Legion j in Mesilla Park, after undergoing Hall 333-South 'Main-street. All I surgery »t Southwestern General up to get her. When they returned to Denver, Young spiders sometimes throw out streamers of sill; which catch ascending 1 currents of warm air t6 carry the mas high as -14,000 feet anil permit them t o ' travel thousands of miles in some in- aml Marilee are the grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. John Eakcns. * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eakcns and son, Claude, and Mrs. Eddie Cakcns. Konuwu, Oklahoma, have been guests in the home uf Mr. ami Mrs. John Eakens. " Duplicate Bridge winners Monday night were: first, Mrs. Chorles Looniis and Mrs. johrr Gregg: second, Mrs. Uil 'l-'inc and Charles Lisle. * · . .1. W. Powell is at home members am to ; ;'uUenrt. hnapiial in Bl Paso. Personal To Women With Nagging Backache NuKRiriK backache. loss of pep and energy, lieadai'tira ami dkr.ini'sa mny lie ilm In xluw- tlown of kidiwy [imcliim. 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