Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on July 12, 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 12, 1951
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LAS CHUCES (Mi M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE -·Niw''M6xico Art Education Meeting Will Be Held In Las Vegas; Jlily 2P; Highlands 'University at La's Vegas, will be host to the summer conference of the' New Mexico Art Education association,.. Saturday, July 21. .; _ ; All who are interested in- th progress, of art education are we come at the conference. The meeting opens at 0 a. m. the. exhibition: galleryj: of : Uie^'A ^ and'Crafts 'building. -The confei i.'.tmee has been planned to synch yVronizc the'meeting of? school 'Jministrators beinglvhehl iift'S ~\j July 19-20 (ji drtjer .Lo*jiccom ·[modate the many 'schoulVfeffielal ' % w h o have been invited. ·/,'KmiiHl Tablo "j: Hound table discussions am v demons tratiqns have been ptajuici ''for 11 areas of the arts ami crafts vQ'hc program will also feature . Electing with representatives v .the state department of education · a n d a report* -pii- 1 the-National jAr RELEASED BY CZECH AUTHORITIES 'Swim'Suit Needs Care - Even £fler ; Being In Water '.'·· Evon fancy swim suits take to '.the water these days at.summcM lakes and ocean beaches. Dressmaker-type beach'. siiiCs -V some made feminine and frivolous with nylon 'velvet trim - o r peek-a-boo lace over pale knit fabrics -- are .guaranteed to submerge well.',' ' : Body noil, salt! oily sctim or .stiiul picked up during- 11 swimming tihoulil not be l e f t . i n a swim suit any more than grime and should, bv.Jeft in l pcr ie or frocks. In* tJie ; Jong: run; -the' fabric will suffer, considerably from sand and 'other soil. Small Brains* of Hand have sharp edges that may cut through fibers to start tiny holes that ; t end to grow am] grow. Worse still, gritty sand may scratch .your skin when a suit is worn again without proper washing. Renew the fresh color of your swim suit by. washing -it in warm soapsuds after each wearing. A quick swishing through suds and 'linj-e water should ^ remove all kinds, of soil 'including, suntan nils and lotions. association meeting by Dr. Hasley.-j pf the University,of New Mexico. .'' r -.The state program will be led by N. J. Barlow, director of education, assisted by elementary su-' pcrvlsor, Mrs. Mary Matson and! secondary supervisor, fi. P. Sween-1 ey.' Felix Payant of the New| Mexico Highlands University Is; program'director. - ] Council Mi-tubers -^ | , Executive council memberS; of .-I the New Mexico Art Education i as'socjiation-'are Dr. Hasley i'and ; j I?ranois E.jl.Graham of Albu'quer-j que; Mrs. "'Mildred Cunningham ' and Felix Payant, Las Vegas;"-Mrs. Loren Malcolm. Raton; Mrs. A', : .K. j W.iKon, Portales; Woodford Jolin-' 1 son, Silver City. ',.; | Other representatives o f ' p the · MMAEA are located in Santa 'FC, ; Taos, Gallup, Doming-, fioswell.' Ladies' Golf Club Meets 1 Wednesday · The Ladies' Golf chin met Wednesday noon with Kathrrlne Mer- rhveather and Jrma Pitts as hostesses. · . I Members present were: Arline Cann, Julie Green, Ernestine Garrison, Bernlce Corley. Violet Por- j tcr, Carolyn Bqwen, Amelia Gosa. Jean Harline, Katherine Merri- weaUier,, Marion Gilchrist, Ruby Evans, Irmu Pitts, Jane Turrentine, Alyce Alcott, Lucille Hall, Marjoric Newell, Mrs. Yandell Las .Cruces Clovls Clavtor, dS : '' lT - LUTHER ROLAND, Hiimmelstown, Pa., one of two jet pilots who be- _j".f'.'· ~7 · .."V ..-. * _ ' '.. came lost- and landed northeast of Prneur in Otrvmmnist nzprhnsln- l,' Soeorro, 1 -; 'Mora. Tucumcari- a n d Aztec. ' " · · · ' Further information may be ob-' tained by contacting Frank E.! ·rnliam, 3709 East Anderson Avc. Albuquerque. ladys Mae Lawler Is Faculty Member At Mexico Western Gladys Mae' Lawler, Las' Crues, is among the special faculty nembers appointed for the cur- ent slimmer 'session of New Mex- co/Weslern 'college. Silver City. he' instructs a course in visual ids at the college. Miss Lawler has served as su- ervisor .of . the'-'.p6na.'Ana county chools for tlie past seven years. ht has instructed af New Mex-o AM college. L^as Cruces, and ·us principal of Garfield public Chool. Madison, S. D! She is a graduate of Colorado late College of Induration, Greey, Colo., and received hci- maser's degree there in 1942. Miss Lawler is fi member ol elta Kappa Gamma, honorary rofessiona.1 society, and Kappa 'elta Pi, national educational fra- jrnity. She is a member of the ationa! Education association nd the New Mexico Education ssociation. came lost and landed northeast of Prague in Communist Czechoslovakia, is "shown with his wife Rosemaric and daughter Christine during press conference in Wiesbaden following release by Czech authorities ut the German frontier. The other pilot, a Norwegian, was to be returned to his own country; - » (International. RatliojihvtoJ PARTY LINES Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Oofter. El Paso, announce' the birth of a son, Richard Lue, Jr.. boi-n July 10. Maternal grandparent;; are Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Graves, Anthony. . Paternal grandparents are A. D. Oofter and the laLe Mrs! Oofter, Socorro. Seth Acres is leaving Monday for a ' f o u r or five day vacation in Pasadena, California. Family Of 13 Is Largest To Join · Slate Blue Cross-' ALBUQUERQUE. July 12 I.?']-- TIio Luis Trujlllo family of 13 jipr- SUJIK at Pojtinque is the hirgcsL enrolled in Uio Blue Cross hospital plan. C. Robin Jacobscn, Blue Ci'pss director, said the father, mother, nine sons and two daughters were enrolled last week at "Los Alamos Trujillo is employed by the ill A Co. . , . BUND BUILD HOUSE WINlflPEd U -- Mr.'and Mrs. Isaac t£eljr, ( a.-young^blind. Couple, havfi mpvVd 'Into tfheh* hew honie with their two children, Violet, 5, arid Walter, 3. Fehr, a carpenter, stai ted work on the house nine months ago aided by volunteer labor and local contributions. Beans, Little Rock, Ark., was a fiuesti Winner at bridge was Carolyn Bowen and high at canasta was Lucille Hall. Luncheon hostesses for next week will be Jean tkirlmu and Lu- 'ollle Hall; dinner hostesses will .be Millie Hayner and Glna Allen/' Bonnie -Rue-Wiggins Has -.Sixth B//;t/irfrfv... 'J · . ' · - ; ' : . - i U ' - l ' V H i ' ; Bonnie Rae--Wiggins celebrated j her sixth birthday'Monday' with i n party in the home of her pa'r- I ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wiggins, 629 East Organ. . . . . . A cake, decorated 'cowboy style' and ice cream, were served to Johnny'italph Smith,' Gertrude Ryder, Richard Hisaw, Bobby Laii Richardson, Alipp Clnra and Mary Jane Cahonn, Mary Jane. Fencer. Lilian Stucbhnr. Linda ami Kar- ·reri Warren, Gloria Cummer, Mrs. Rivhurd Hiwaw. Mrs. Donald Hv- tit-r, Mr. a'ntl Mrs. B.- v. MnrconU 1 - !\ _ , - . * ! Holy. Cross Parents After, ^nday, Mass q -The'Pftvents^Hib of- HOfy'-Ct'o^s school is sponsoring- a. cake, coffee and soft drinks sale after /each Mass. ; this. Sunday. ·; - ..The -sale will.taite place oa^the church .grounds. Proceeds, wlli/be' used for school · expenses during/ the coming. ye;u*. All mothers of children who will -.' he entering; the second grade this . . f a l l . are asked to : contact Mra.,Roy- ,'UU .305. -South- 'Church, · phone, lf)5VR_,: for information about : Uie TWO DAYS ONLY-FRI. SAT. ·lIMIT 1 TO A COS10MH-- WHill THIT USTI « l l i l . I'AI.LBY DKUG STOKE - Jliiin * Orpin, IMH BUY NOW AND SAVE!'1 . BUY NOW AND SAVE! D R E S S E S Our Enllro Slock of Ladies' Dresses have been redticbd for Greater T h a n ' Ever Savings. In these groups you will find Bembergs, . Sheer Voiles, Beautiful Chambrays, Sheer Ginghams, Fines! Duality Cottons.and other fabrics ?.n one-piece, two-piece slylea. Sun Backs,'Play Suit's, Select yours now! - . - . . i .. i '· , - i ' · i , i · f ! Group 1 - Values lo $4.98'. . ' . · · · . v .' Group II - Values to $5.95 Group III - Values lo $6.95 $7.95 . Group IV - Values io $8.95 $10.95 Group V - Values to $12.95. . -. . . . '. Group VI - Values to $14.95 . . . ' . . Group VII - Values to $16.95 . . . . . : · SALE PRICES 2.88 . SALE PRICE 3.88 . . S A L E PRICE 4.88 . SALE PRICE 6.88 . SALE PRICE 7.88 : SALE PRICE 8.88 . SALE PRICE 10.88 Curved Fronts, Fringed Bases Mohair Frieze Fabrics 259 50 $39.00 Down - $5.25 Weekly This new style curved front group will .go. well with either modern or traditional settings. Big, roomy, and comfortable. Expertly tailored in carved pattern mohair frieze in '··V. votir choice of the newest colors. Make While's Your Shopping Cenler for Kroehler Furniture . o.'-n P. M, SATUBDAYS 8:00 P. M. I 435 N. Main C L E A E S T . Phone 912 Lns Crucos [OOMS.ON MAIN FLOOR SHOE DEPT. SPECSALS . ' LADIES' CASUALS Xll types and colors. Values to S3.49. NOW ·-..-..' ; : GPOUP 2--LADIES' and--njHESS'SHqES '.'' Just about any style and color. Values to S4.98." NOW ONE PRICE. . ...._. LADIES' SKIRTS Collons, rayons - styles and fabrics galore. Values lo $3.98. SALE 1 LADIES', Tailored cottons, rayons, and peasant types, and many others lo choose ,p from. Many of these you have seon for SI.98 and more ·· .... .... NOW LADIES' HAND BAGS ·-"''"' White, Black. Red! Groen Group 1-- Regular S2.98 values. NOW ................... Group 2 -- White and colored plaslic.i and pastol linens. Reg. $1.98. NOW ............. $1.45 $1.00 MEN'S BETTER SPORT SHIRTS Hawaiian prints, conservative colors and many other patterns. 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NOW Si:S9-^2.FOR LADIES'-PANTtES. Brief typo or knit typo logs, assorted colors. Regular 73c. NOW '2 FOR $1,00 $LOO $300 $1.00 I N C O R P O R A T E D Your Friendly Store - Open -(Till 8.p. ffl. Fri\lay' Saturday -Righi.In'iheJiddle Of Town 1

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