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   Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - August 30, 1955, Albuquerque, New Mexico                               Page Eight ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL GUESTS OF UON'OK: Miss Mary Anderman and her fiance, Albert Anella, were guests of honor at a dinner party last Saturday given by Mr. and Mrs. Hannes H. Parnegg, 2240 Campbell Rd. JfW, for members of the future wadding party and members the family. Miss Andermtui and Mr. Anella will be married Wednesday in the home of the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Anderman, Rio Grande Blvd. NW. Here for the dinner party from out of town were Miss Anderman's brother and sisler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George G. Anderman, of Casper. Wyo., and Mr. Anells's misters. Miss Rita Anella and Mrs. Peter D'Alessandro, who arrived from New York. Pictured, left to right, are Mrs. Parnegg, Mr. Anella, .Miss Anderman, and Mr. photo) September Ceremonies Planned Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gutier- rez, 1563 Bridge SW, an- nounce the approaching marriage of their daughter Priscilla, to Albino Busta- mante Jr., whose parents live 1835 Neat Lane SW. Miss Gutierrez attended schools in'Albuquerque. Mr. Bustamante, who 'a em ployed with the Los Alamo Scientific Laboratory, will be senior at Notre Dame University this fall. The c-juple will exchang as good vows' Sept. 5 at 9 a.m. in cere [monies at St. Ann's Church. Club Slates first Fall Meeting Albuquerque Wo m a n's Club will hold the first meet- ng of the fall season Friday Sept. 2, at the clubhouse. 618 Gold SW, with R meet- ing of the board slated at m., a pot-luck luncheon p. m., a general club meeting at 2p.m. Mrs. May Jones will presid at the business meeting, which will include a report from th national convention in Fhila delphia, which was attended b> Mrs. Lulu Jontz as a delegat from the Albuquerque Women' Club. Mrs. Francis Newcoml and Mrs. L. S. Sabin will report C: on the state convention held i: Albuquerque May 9-11, whic! they attended as delegates Iroi the local club. Members of lha art depar ment of the Woman's Club will1 be hostesses for the luncheon arrangements, with Mrs. W. M. Hiner as chairman, assisted by Mrs. M. D. Stilsenbaur, Mrs. Bess Brooks, Mrs. M. R. Algrin and Mm, R. Plotzer. All mem- bers and their friends are in- vited. Woman's World Telephone 3-6661 Hours: 9 A.M. to 5 'eople, Honor itf Greer 2624 Veranda Rd. NW, Thursday from a.m. aurant, Old Town Plaza, for vid Michael Gveer of Quan- Fall- Coffee l Mrs. David 1 Sirs. Jefferson Elliott Gre will entertain at a fall coffee until noon in La Placila Rest her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Da tico, Va. Mrs. Greer and her hucband, a Marine Air Force sergeant, will arriva today for a 10-day visit with his parents. They have been spending the weekend with her parents in Cape Cod prior to their visit here. Mrs. John Peke and Mrs. Henrietta Kimball, mother of the hostess, will preside at the silver service from a table centered by an arrangement O.. to visit Mr. anr In. Harold E. Morelock, 18P: Eucariz Ave. SW. She will re ume her trip home to Los An ieles today. During her stay tfrs. Taylor has been guest o lonor at dinner and has tourec Albuquerque and near-by point Vi'.h her hosts. Gillespie At Swim Party and Buffet Sirs. Priscllli Gutierrez Stone ornamenfj carved in the Ehape, of beetles were used by the ancient Egyptians luck charms. Today's P at terns FEEDBAG FASHION 'AMA DOLL esh cut flowers. Sixty-five in- led guests will include friends Mrs. Greer and of her son d daughter, Mrs. Jerry Gil- tte, the former Miss Thalia reer, who is making her home Pensacola, Fla., where usbar.d is stationed. her Mrs. Kerchevllle eturn From Mexico Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Kerche ille, 1819 Roma .Ave. NE, re urned Thursday from a two lonlh slay in Mexico, spandinj le grealer part of Iheir time Guadalajara, where Dr iercheville instructed in sum icr session at the University o ruadalajara. Mrs. Kerchevilla spent he me painting and sketching lanning to exhibit her work t an early date. She and he riends, Helen Pearce and Em i e von Aauw, have exhibitec ogether upon several occasions Mrs. Pearcs and her husbanc ir. T. M. Pearce, have just re urned to the United States fror summer tour of the Europea: onlinent, where Mrs. Pearc Maugham Play )pens Tonight At Summerhouse Somerset Maugham's "Jane' opens tonight at the Summor- louse in Old Town for a six night run. Included In the cast will be Albuquerque's Judson Ford, who will seen as Lord Forbisher {o stranger to local1 audiences 10 was seen last season !i ''Hasty Heart" and this year part ot Captain in "Caine Mutin} played the Southard Couri Martial." With Ford In "Jane" will Willa Roberts, Kyda Dennis, Cy Warner, Adrian Arake, Belt; Stuttsman and Mormon Cliflorc Reservations may ha made b> calling at the box oflice at Z02! Central West. Yenrout, er of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Yearout of Las Vegas, is visiting ler cousin and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Gillespie Jr., 5915 Aspen NE, during a three-week vacation. Mrs. Gillespie enter- .ained for her at a swim party and buffet Monday afternoon. A dozen girls of the teen-age set attended. Jane Swinburne Celebrates Birthday Peggy Jane Swinburne, daugh ter Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Swin- burne, 411 Tulane SE, celebrated her eighth birthday with a the- ater party and supper Saturday attended by 15 friends. Pastel colors were used on the sapper table, laid in the dining room with each place marked by a pastel nosegay of "suckers" as a favor. The gisnt birthday cake was topped by a miniature doll Mrs. J. H. Trigg and Mrs George Beaver of Las Cruces assisted. Mrs. Beaver and her husband were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Swinburne. In eluded in the birthday party guest list-were Pamela Goddard amted while Dr. Pearce dj Martha Karen search m his specialized field Unda M j Pamela Tnomas >f Shakespeare. Miss Von Aauw Jennifer widnay, Barbara Boyd presently iii and i September. iently vacationing in jicpherson, Jeanne Byrn. van and is expected homa in lsy Tt-lgg> Jean Kempers Grissoms At Home In Virginia Journal Special Mrs..Esta Dee Grissom, fo lowing a wedding tn through the South, now are at home at 9 Courtney Drive, Thomason Park, Triangle, Va. They reported at Lt. Gris- om's Marine Corps duty station at Quantico, Va., before estab- ishing their residence at Tri- angle. Mrs. Grissom is the former Sara Katherina Pitts, daughter of Chief Warrant Officer and Mrs. Richard K. Pitts of Hollo- man Air Force Base. The bride- ;rcom 13 the son of Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Grissom of Alamo- gordo. The coupla exchanged mar- iage vowj at Kirtland Air force Base chapel. Both Lt. Grissom and bride last year attended the Uni- versity of New Mexico in Albu- querque. Son Voyage Party Fetes IrlUs Yi'Icmilfi Miss Dorothy Wiening was guest of honor at a bon voyage jarty given Friday evening by ler sister, Mrs. Martin Grothe and Mrs. L. A. O'Brien in the roihe residence, 1416 Katie NE, and attended by 20 guests The svar.t was planned as B surprise for the honoree, who employed at Air Force Base. She will leave Al- buquerque Sept. II for Wash- ington, D. C., for an orientation course, before leaving Oct. 1 for Rome, Italy, where she has accepted a position as secretary for the U. S. Embassy air at- tache. Ir. Walling and His Mother .eturn From Maryland W. M. Walling, 1911 Poplar Lane SW, and his mother, Mrs Jmma Walling, returned Satur- !ay from Lexington Park, Md. vhere they visited Ens. and Alexander C a thro. Mrs T-alhro, daughter of Mr. Yfalling vill be remembered as the for mer Miss Carolyn Walling. En ign Cathro is stationed at the Air Base In Lexington ark. He's a a 'Jama Bag ENTERTAIN AT HOSPITAL Patients at the Veterans HOG pital were entertained Saturdaj afternoon by members of thi Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, George O Use a 100-lb. feedbag or a ga be sure to mak tliis K.P. expert. You'll be gla you did! It's sew-simple (see diagram) and it's your best friend in the kitchen. Nonslip To Home In Farmlnjton Mrs. GeoVge and so: _ Slevie, of Farrrington have re Bunny inoo..e3 on their bedilMnfes Arthur Estes, from California wher all day! Fun to make fromJMeyier W. Gibbs, Clyde attended the wedding of he scraps! Woods, W. R. Nobles, Lloyd O niece, Miss Ann Colosimo, an jBreece Post 401. Mrs. Thoma Come morning, the children Martin was in charge of ar their P.J.'s into the slit in 'rontlrangemenU, assisted by th _s Howard Returns From Mexico City Miss Julia Ann Howarc daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. M ioward, 1017 Dartmouth Dr NE, has returned from a thre week vacation with 1'orir.ar Al buquerque friends, Mr. and Mrs Albert C. de Baca and daughter Velma, in Mexico City. Miss Howard made the tri by plane, and her parents me her at Juarez, after which the spent Sunday in El Paso wit Dr. Howard's sister, Ray mond Ames, and family. Mil. LaEavre Returns Two flat pieces plus round. Leslie W. Horn- stuffed head b'jckle, Houston L. Baxter an 7248; pattern pieces, transfers. Send 25c in coins for this pat- iriena in tne Kncnen. rionsnp--------- --_ r-. straps, plenty of cover-up. Make'fern-add 5 for each L_ Martin. several! tern Ist-class mailing. Pattern 9252- Mines' Sizes tne Albuquerque Journal, J-dliem IHLsaei Oizea ___ ._..T__L rt n- vr-.-n ft i Myrtle Spaulding. Also assistinglHarry Johanesen, editor of Meyler W. Gibbs and International News Servica B Small (14, Medium (18, All given sizes, 100-lb. feedbag or Hi yards 33-inch fabric. This easy-to-use pattern gives perfect fit. Complete illustrated Der Sew Chart shows you every step. Send 35c in coins for this pat- 5 cents for each pat Household Arts Dept., P. O. Box TO MEET FOR COFFEB 168, Old Chelsea Station, New Orpha of York Y. Print plainly Methodist Church will meet for id name, address and pattern nunv coffee at Order our Brookj Nee dlecraft Catalogue. Enjoy pages and pages of exciting new tern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care The Al- tuquerque Journal, Pattern Dept., 233 West 18th St., New nami number. signs knitting, crochet, em- Miss Dardan Miss Darden Will Marry Mr. Wade The engagement of Katl ryn Darden to Milton Wade, son of Mr. and Mi san Rodda, Ann Carol Cox. argery Lane, Susan Faulkner, d Janice Henfling. John C. Wade of Goul Okla., has been announc by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Darden, 3108 Isleta SW. The bride-elect is a gradua odays Events RECKPTIONi Mr. and Mrs. Dale Loe Crawford are pictured at a reception last Sunday, immediately following their 'marriage In the First Methodist Church in Raton. Mrs. Crawford is former Miss Barbara Ann Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy C. Mitchell, of Raton. Mr. Crawford's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William P. Crawford, also of Raton. Tha ooupla will be at home in Albuquerqus at 1522 Tijeras NE. Mrs. Crawford was graduated from UNM last spring, and is a member of Chi Omega SDrority. Mr. Crawford will be enrolled as. a senior at UNM this Jail, and 13 a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. DesJardin.. To Reside in Albuquerque Journal Special LAS vows were repeated at 2 p.m. Saturday by Miss Carolyn Gildea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Gildea of Las Cruces, and Donald H. DesJardin, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. H. E. DesJardin of Albuquerque, in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church with ths Rev. William H. Ryan officiating at. the double ring rile. The vows were repeated be-1 fora an allar decorated with! bouquets of white gladioli and! plumosa flanked with lighted! tapers in branched candelabra! and tall baskets of white mums! and pompons. Miss Irma DecV f er played a medley of airs while! Rehearsal dinner honoring liss Mary Anderman and Al- ii A. Anella, given by Miss nderman's uncle and aunt, apt. and Mrs. J. B. Will, 818 randview Dr. SE. Young Matrons group of Al- jquerqua Woman's Club, m. at the clubhouse, 618 Gold W. Mrs. R. W. Ryan in charge the Hawaiian program. Opening of "Jans" at tha Sum- erhouse Theater. Old Albu- uerquo Museum, 2025 Central p.m., reservations at the office. "Jane" will play irough Sunday night. Albuquerque Woman's Bowl- ig Assn., p.m. In Reddy's endezvous. of Albuquerque High School, whera she was a member of the' Pepper Ciub ami the Corvettes. She is now employed by the Albuquerque Lumber Co. and Is courier in the White Shrine and manager of Pythian Sisters Cal- nthe Temple No. 5. Mr. Wade, who attended Cam- ron Junior College in Lawton, Okla., is employed with the Rio Grande Lumber Co. as a sales- man. He lettered in bastetball vhile in college. The couple will wed Oct. 10 at the Bethel Baptist Church vith the Rev. D. C. Stringer of ficiating. HANGE MEETING PLACE Sweet Adelines will meet at p. m. Wednesday at -the Hi! m Hotel, a change of their aeeting place from the Heights ommunity Cent or. Newly .ected officers in cnarge of this rst meeting of the fall season -ill be Mrs. Charles Imberg resident; Mrs. Dick Bassett, ice-president; Mrs. Cecil Wat- on, secretary; snd Mrs. George .eavltt, treasurer. Cookings Fun CECIL! BR01TSSTO.VB EEKnAf T.UVC1: Get lha filing! r.aoy ar.etd erf ILen thta at nrinule On-.elet Buttered Wbota Wheat Toiat Kr-J'.l Salld. Beve.-ige Omelet Intteiilental For b-jtter or margarici, 2 table poona finely or.loa. 2 lihlesppon -isely pepper, H c-P finely diced cooked harz, 2 tsKI. teiapoon ptppar, 1 tab.aapooa "Mtthod: Melt gutter la 5-lnca add onion. tuci anJ r low heat for aeveral mlnnf solkl aoi v Belt with alll and pepper .....iliea; vo-jr hot ak Aa egff sela r.nes 01 pao, drltt ward cen-.rr; Hit pan ao u.-.ccoted will run ov.r e.lrej. Hava heat n-.. ately iiljn at to ael fftz. then 1 aa as to top aet without bottom loo much. Spttid clull ver till of fcM oi'er turn guests assembled and accompa nied MLts Jacqueline Hall who nc "Panis Angelicus." The bride, given In marriage >y her father, was gowned in white bridal satin overlaid with )hantilly lace and tails fashion- ed with a fitted jacket of lace, ong, petal-pointed Eleeves and self-covered buttons extending down front of bodice. The bride carried a bouquet of white orchids encircled stephanotis and fleur amour en shower. Mrs. Jay Rigsby was matron of honor, and Robert served hia brother as best man. Ushers were Larry Gildea, brother of the bride, and Fred Zickert. A reception follawed tha cere- mony held In Town and Country where tall baskets of white flowers were used at vantage points throughout the reception rooms. Miss Gardner pre- sided at the guest book. The couple left on a wedding trip to the Grand Canyon, the bride wearing a of beige with brown accessories and the orchid from her bridal bouquet. On their return the will be at home 231W Garfield NE, Albuquerque. The bride made her home In Albuquerque prior to locating in Las Cruces where she was a student at the University. She is a member of Chi Omega sorority. You'il love Parij SHOE STORES broidery, iron-ons, toyj and nov-1 cities! Send 25 cents for your, copy of this wonderful book now. irk 11, N. Y. Print plainly You'll want to order every de- me, addresf with size and ilyle sign in it! _______________ TO MEET FOR LUXCHEON Senior Citizen! Council will meet at 13 noon today at thp club house, 1115 Fifth NW, for covered-dish luncheon, to be followed by bridge and canasta. Orttflei Trmtberi Julio Jock School STUDINTS IEIHC ACCEPTED "LeAIRlRE for m VAII IWB. CAMP SURGICAL GARMENTS Fitted by expert of long experience, no obligation. filled) moJtfalt Conpi ss rtfail prlcti Corsat Shop in NW Black Leather... Grey Sueda... 8.05 for barefoot joy and high-fashion dlCalif., and visited her brothe Mrs. Taylor VIslU Mr. and Mrs. Morelock Mrj. May T. Taylor, state pre ideal of the Lodiel of tha Gra So soft, to light, flexible. No uodar woy to go from daytime to dafettma. Army of the Republic of Ca tha home of Mrs. Vf. D. Schad, PARADJS to Black Sueda T.95 Jewelry iOl Central Are. SW downtown S07 CENTRAL WEST Monday nlghrt 'tU 9 PM upfown 1701 CENTRAL EAST opsn Tmidoy nlghu 'til 9. PM   

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