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   Las Vegas Daily Optic (Newspaper) - August 5, 1952, Las Vegas, New Mexico                                Two lm Vegas Ias Vpeai Nw the White Kill ni schools visited Mr Mrs Jack Whorton uu other friends in Las Vegas recent Around Las Vegas Calendar Leonard Hoskins Post 34 of the American Legion will hnhl i reg ular kiimint r nl thf All num bers art unied by Hirl K fommamicr lo attend He1 mints u ill be strved aftiM the Locals nitty il Pilot Club luni lieon will ho Thursday noun M tinCusi j Sinl No of Li If Monday for r spending the n Las Vgas I Driggers and i Klkii ami Vrijas for the Y Kancli at r a fonrrr rcsulcni a teacher in Mr and Mrs Arthur White am children left Monday for their home in Neweastle Ind after vis iting u week in Las Vegas with Mr and Mrs Dennis Bradley Mr and Mrs Milton Huddleston and arrived Monday to visit in the DICKS LIQUOR STORE THE FINEST IN PACKAGE LIQUORS free Delivery on orders of or over 708 Doughm Art 225 daughter Judy from Newcastle Brmlley home Carmen Montoya started her vacation from Newberrys Mon day I Dr and Mrs John P Howser are leaving Tuesday for Eldon Mo t attend a reunion of the HOWAT ljinily Knroute they will ppiyj scverl days with their daughter Mrs Hurry Sharp Lain and MiLain and their son Paul Lain in Bartlcsville Okla Mr and Robert J Romero arrived from Chicago Saturday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Hi chard Romero Mrs Richard Ro mero recently underwent surgery here and is reported as recovering satisfactorily Brother Anthony Gabriel F S C of Bcrmilillo son of Mrs Lucia Romero passed through Las Ve gas today en route to Vinona Minn where he will attend a Christian Brothers National Con vention Aug Oth through Aug 9 JAMBOREE PENNEYS PENCO SHEETS Pillow Case53e COMBED NATIONWIDE SHEETS PERCALE First Qualify SHEETS Longwearinr muslin and Penneys price is low Pillow Cases 46c TAILORED SHEETS 72 x 108250 42 x 38V4 Cases 60c Truly luxurious Come feel that soft sleep inviting texture Yon can really feel the quality of these fine fully combediercaleg New modern anil exciting Corners fit sniicr o mattress Double Size pr CANNON TOWELS ORGANDY PR1SC1LLAS Face Towel 59c Wash Cloth 27e Made of heavy Terry Come in beau tiful decorator colors Hurry in Permanent finish Needs no starch Washes and irons beautifully DRAPERY 198 yd Crfttones in gay modern designs 48 wide Beautiful colors Rag Rugs in green and yellow Long wearing 24 x Mw L D Major Miss Louisa Major of Albutjiufiquc and Mr Jay B Smith und daughter Julia Washington D C were weekend house guests of Mr and Mrs H F Palmer Mr and Mrs C M Maxwell and Nina and Harold who arrived Fri day from Tucson Ariz to visit Mr and MrsFrank Weddingtun plan tp leave tomorrow for their home Mr and MrsR Shipe returned Saturday from a two weeks trip lo Ohio Mrs Grace Greathousp returned to her ranch home near Melrnse Sunday after visiting her daugh ter Mrs Don Lcmrnon and Mr emmon in Las Vegas for the ast week Mr and Mrs J C Naefus New kirk N M were in Las Vega over the weekend to attend tli rodeo and visit friends Mr and Mrs Edward am laughter Linda of Springer spen e weekend in Las Vegas Pita Herrera returned to ho vork at Newberrys Monday afte i two weeks vacation Mr and Mrs Phil Montoya an pending this week on vacation ii Santa Fe and Taos Mrs Norma Elliott and tsvi hildren from Raton visited rela ives in Las Vegas on the week nd Mr and Mrs Melecio Sandier left Monday for Los Animas Colo to visit her sister Neil Mathews returned to Las Cruces Sunday after visiting his mother Mrs Leah Mathews in Lab Vegas Mrs Muthews accompaniec him to Albuquerque Sunday Mr and Mrs Charles Fink re turned last night from San Diego Calif While in California they visited the Myron Morrison fam ily at El Cajon The Morrisons formerly resided in Las Vegas Mr and Mrs Francis Reece and twin daughters Judy and Ja nice of Medicine Lodge Kim lefl Monday after visiting Mr ami Mrs Dorcil Rickard over the weekend Mr and Mrs John Gordon lefl this morning for Albuquerque where Mrs Gordon will enter St Josephs hospital for surgery on Wednesday Mrs Richard Grohe and 2 child ren of Denver and Mrs W Blake and daughter Nell Vaughn N M visited in the C K Robinson home this past week Mrs Perry Onion has received word of the death of her sister Mrs Clarence Snyder in Perry Mich Mrs Carl Webber left Monday for her home in Albuquerque after visiting here with her aunt Mrs Alice V Wootton Mr and Mrs Owen Parrish Clovis and The Rev and Mrs A Sherill and family of Siaton Tex spent the weekend visiting Mrs Owen Parrish Sr Mr and Mrs Henry Nahm and daughter Fay Ellen have return ed lo their home in Breckeiiridge Tex following a weeks visit with relatives here Mr and Mrs Sam Gray of Sali na Kans arrived last weekend to join Mrs Grays mother Mrs C W G Ward and others on their annual pack trip in the mountains above Alameda Mr and Mrs Donald Swanson and children left last weekend on a months vacation trip during which time they plan to visi friends at Marshall Minn and Mrs Swansons brother Jack Houk and family in Washington D C Mrs Marcella Stern of Albu querque visited friends in Las Ve gas lost weekend and attended the Cowboys Reunion Miss Pauline Pino arrived Mon day on El Capitan from Washing ton D C where she has tesided for the past 11 years While in Las Vegas she will visit her sis ter Mrs Manuel J BacaShe will MR AND MRS LEO ORTEGA who were married Saturday in Las Vegas Eby Studie TapiaOrtega Rites Solemnized Saturday Solemn nuptial vows were exhome in Los Alamos where Mr Ortega is employed changed at the Immaculate Con church during a single ring ceremony solemnized by the iev Msgr George V Riefer on Saturday at in the morning Miss Caroline Tapia daughter of VIr and Mrs Phil Tapia and Leo One of the many parties held Ortega Jr son of Mrs Leo OrteI during the Reunion weekend was Donald Sewurds Are Party Hosts Saturday Median Singers Please Audience By Toni It was rigy purty singing yes terday afternoon in llfeld audi torium when Mrs Paula Mechau and her four bearoln younguns entertained Highlands University students and townfolks with oh time songs and storytellin bal lads The charming Colorado family endeared themselves to the aud lience Immediately and from Go fTell Aunt Rhody to the conclud ing encore Arkansas Traveller everyone had a good time The simplicity and naturalness of theii interpretations as well as the ob vious fun they were having made one wish for the simple preradio and TV joys of family musical participation Mother and children took turns announcing the numbers and sing ing the solos So informal and un pretentious is the presentation that one might be a guest in their living room high in the Colorado mountains The eldest daughter a student at Bennington College plays all of the accompaniments on her guitar Particularly charming was the old English ballad Two Maids Went aMilking One sung by the two girls The audience also enjoyed the tale of lovesick Bill who won his girl by threaten ing to commit suicide if she didnt marry him The maid says I had to marry Bill because the Bible says Thou shall not This was sung by Duna the young est daughter who has a very pleasing voice The original version of the Civil War song When Johnny Conies Marching proved to be a tearjerker of the first water For it the eldest Vanni a brighteyed brunette with a co quettish manner got a big hand Tante who sings like a lark and smells like a a Southern hoedown BlackEyed and Bluetail fly In which the audience joined were outstanding TheMechau Balladers were a happy choice for the final concert of the Highlands summer season heldat the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Seward Mr mid Mrs Seward entertain ed with an informal cocktail par ty before the Elks dance on Sat urday plight THE WONDER OF NATURE FLOWER Amazing MYSTERIA GROWS LIKE MAGIC Ncedi No Sun No Sod No Water An beautiful as a tulip tir a thin HeriHiulonal Import I MYSTICKIA Will Kfnw ami bloom In doitrs absolutely without nun xotl or water JuHt put HcvrnU on a table window Icilfto or In A JlKli or vane In a few weeks thoy will hloom In every Hhado of blue from noft lilac to deep royal purple 0 preen Up to H hloonu pnr bulb UHI i or Only 25c paelv in for SI ituet on yoitr dl li Itvinff K room tarn garxeo lmnK iving roon Ideal rlftn Ito and In the for all flower 23c 1 pluK lOc for postage handltnf or better HtlU Htve AM money by ordering 5 or II 1 for 12 or for 20 Ml pontptld Itll rood idea to order at leant it oeoune If you order only a few youre KUra to want more and our Ill bo gone COIvi w3 mipply tome on ordxn kuH yiir OP mil with or or y mrr tt nrtnt k iift OH a and the late Mr Ortega were narried at the morning mass The bride wore a ballerina ength gown of nylon lace Ker hort veil was draped from a cap with three star points making a rown effect about her head She arried a cymbidium orchid on n rayer book surrounded by eucha is llllies Maid of honor Mary A Garcia wore a pink lace gown of ballerina ength She carried cream roses lobert M Montoyo of Los Alamos served as best man A wedding breakfast wafi held t the Plaza hotel Immediately ollowing the ceremony A recep ion was held during the after oon at the home of the brides arents Sixtyguests attended the reakfast and reception vjdi n program of musical The bride is a graduate if the that will nave g r c a t as Vegas high school and attend people of all and d Highlands University Recent lilsles In music she has been employed at the A special feature of the program as Vegas Savings Bank The bridegroom attended Las Vegas high school and received a degree from Highlands University Pop Concert Scheduled Fpr Thursday Night Highlands University 3um rter Symphonctte wiH present a popular concert Thursday evening at oclock at llfeld uditoriuiti Directed by Elwyn Wiunandt who jeads the instrumental division of Highlands department of irusic the Symphonette will pro be the presentation of i Busies a freshman it nds After a wedding trip to Juarez Mexico the couple will be at Santa Fe also visit relatives an3 Los Alamos Merrill Noble instructor at Ohio State University Columbus has arrived to spend a threeweek vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs M E Noble Buffet Slipper is Festive Occasion nrVegas to look forward to the lovely an nual party held in the garden of the home of Dr and Mrs H M Mortimer This seasons affair was held at the Mortimer home Satur day evening with Mr and Mrs Julius Fiosenthal as cohost and hostess The attractive garden at the Mortimer home was decorated with colored lights hidden in the foliage about the lawn Cocktails and buffet style sup per was served during the evening to the 175 guests attending NEKS MW NIUD CHILIS Ml Own CWWe M ont wuh out itrlH of chmi m cum in4 fold over In f reued MtHw ftn 1 Inch niurt Bnt MB add lalt nwlUd tlurtrnlai pour over cfitln Bake In moderate oven 90 lo 30 mlnutffii Scrvn 2 or mett rtllw may be MM whose specially is singing Spanish songs an art in which she has already established a wide reputa tion for excellence The Symphonettemembership is made up of regular students as well as teachers who arc attending Summer School There is no admission charge according to Wicnandt We want all Las Vegans old and young alike who enjoy good music to New Mexico Enchant Dresses Are Featured Mrs Maurice Eby and her origi nal New Mexico Enchantdrcss are featured in the August issue of the New Mexico Magazine The story titled The Stylish Stout by Martin Bucco is an am using account of the birth of big mama typo fiesta dress as de signed by Eby It is illust rated with photos by Maurice Eby Mr and Mrs Eby and daughter Maurcena resided in Las Vegas until recently when they moved to Las Cruces Martin Bucco is well known in Las Vegas having at tended Highlands University The section of colored phjoto has two attractive pictures by Eby in this issue of the magazine In the HbjUilfc Artu and Crafts Gallery UHos tesKi tea Wft Mri Eulo WbenlH s and Mrs Howard os slsted by Mrs Fred BiMteel Mrs H Waddell and larhls Out oftown gttcslJ included Mr Mrs of Vadlto Mr and B t of CTilmayo Mrs Q V of Tucumcari and MM J G Fsrsons of Bristol Tenn who is visiting her son Dr Seth fnrsons of the Highlands facufty Attracting much at tention was Mrs Bradys excellent presentation of hi0l school art projocts in various carried nn under her pupwviskm at the t Austin Senior High School in HOIK ton Tex where A guy circus atmoaiibere s created with a af fancifully painted animals carved of balsam drawn by four horeps completes this ensemble A variety of hand woven articles pottery swamics and wood sculpture as wcU as water colors and a pair of exqui site red leather sandala show that erry Brady can create as well as instruct Miss Mfharton another Texas art teacher shes from Odessa noteworthy series of lithographs depicting the oil industry in her ionic state Can you evtr separate Tea Opens Art Exhibit Sunjay By TONI MCCONEGHET Over 100 persons attended the tea at Highlands University Sun day afternoon which marked the opening of a ttfoweek showing o graduate arts and crafts by t candidates for the masters de gree Geraldine Brady Mildrec Wharton Howard McConegheyRe iben Rose and Eulbgio Ortega Versatility and excellence o technique distinguishes his wel displayed exhibit which may be feel that we have developed a pro be able to attend he said We gram that will haveWide appeal AYCW NATURAL BRIDGES ARE THERE THE UNITED STATES The number of cheeks used daily amount to figures Checking accounts ara an important part of business We invite you to open your business and persona checking account1 here to July 29 QwMtion The first Colonial Assembly wot held at Jamestown Va Jury 301619 from thowoU weUs Out tarW freshness and excellent composition are a num er of wateroolors several of them showing familiar scenes in Gallin as Canyon A whole case of jewelry and sil verwork of original and bold de sign by Reuben Rose drew much praise at the opening as did an airy mobile of fine wire which was suspended from the veiling Photography including a pleasing study of Fort Union is another ncoja in which this former New Yorker has achieved good results Ortega the only native New Hexican in this group has sev eral fine oil paintings and litho raphs to his credit Among them s an efig tempera which depicts n luminous color the graceful movement of bats and kites in flight An analytical composition of typewriter seen simultaneously rom various points of view is an ithcr skilfully executed painting A fine wool scarf in shades of blue nd grey shows the same attention o detail Originality and excellent com position are the dominating char cteristics of water colors Utho raphs and pottery displayed by McConegbey a former St Loulsan ho studied in Paris Two mono hrorne life studies of an adoles ent boy drawn i re coatrssted by the brightly col red Filling Station on Douglas an abstract composition one with ordinary school crayons Slack horses of primitive design ecoratethe interior of an attrac ive brown Blaze bowl Watercol ors of Gnllinns Canyon as well as three Hthograpba Including a self portrait round ouf examples of McConegheys work water colors of new itiexico by coreen i spellman 3 to 18 fos artesanos oM town MtVii   

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