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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Alamogordo, New Mexico
History How once wednesday Augustio 1955 Alamogordo daily news Page 5 birthday luncheon a Debra Webb Webb seated Center daughter of or. And mrs. Eddie Webb was guest of Honor Friday at a luncheon party at the Plaza to help celebrate her seventh birthday anniversary. Other guests were her cousins. Seated left to right Billie Lou Holder Debra Webb and Sharon Webb of Shawnee okla. Standing Karen Holder left and Jackie Webb Shawnee okla. The Young honoree received Many pretty birthday gifts which she opened following the luncheon. Staff photo Herbert h. Brunel jr., miss Judy Hubee of Illinois engaged plan Small Church wedding during october coming events aug. To a bake and rummage Sale by order of Rainbow for girls at old Sacramento motor co. Building next to the Plaza. August la Circle no. I of the Grace methodist Church meets at the Home of mrs. George Haile in Mountain Park for a potluck luncheon at to of . Aug. 12 a couple up Square dancers party at 8 . At Community Center with Harold Newsom of Elpaso caller. Aug. 12�?martha sunday school class meeting at Home of mrs. Peggy Heiner at Holloman. Aug. 13�?rummage Sale beginning at 9 a. Rn., at episcopal Chute Parish Hall under auspices of St Johns woman a auxiliary. Aug. 13 a bake Sale at Safeway and food Mart by Jayce ettes for civic activities. August 14 a regular meeting of the or. And mrs. Garden club. August 14 a chamber of Commerce guided tour to Lake Bonito and Mon Jeau Lookout leaves chamber office at 9 30 . Aug. 15 a regular meeting at 7 30 . Of Jayce ettes at Home of mrs. M. Harrington 914 Indiana. Aug 15�?Alamogordo Home Extension club meeting at x . At Home of mrs. Noman Arnold. Aug. 15�?explorers-Rock hounds club meeting at 7 30 at Junior High school. Showing of films from department of Interior. Otero county federation of Republican women aug. 18, 7 30 ., mrs. Raymond Wells Home. August 16�?otero county federation of Republican women meeting at 7 30 p. In. At Home of mrs Raymond Wells. All Republican women invited to attend. Aug. 19 a dinner dance and installation of officers of Jayce ettes at american legion Hall Jaycees to be honoured guests. Semi formal. Aug 19�?banquet at first Baptist Church to Honor mrs. Green state w. M. W. President. Aug. 22 a vow Aux diary no. 7686 to meet at 7 30 pm. At Jet lounge. Aug. 22 a business woman Scircle of first Baptist Church meeting at Home of Mary Reynolds 307 lovers Lane. Aug. 23 a couple up Square dancers regular meet at 8 . At Community Center. Aug. 24�?tres Valley Garden club annual Flower show 3 to 6 v at Ruidoso Grade school Ruidoso. Aug25�?mr. And mrs. Garden club meeting at Home of or. And mrs. Maurice Hensley 417 Arnold Lane. Aug. 28 a sept. 3 a Community concert membership drive. Mrs. Christensen it i or i it raid in Ute by girl scout troop girl scout troop no. To payed tribute to mrs. Ruth june Christensen troop Leader for the past four years in a special meeting tuesday morning in the Home of mrs. John m. Bowenjr. Of Holloman. Also honoured were her daughters Johanna and Budie members of the troop. The table was decorated in yellow and Green girl scout colors. A special cake was baked and in scribed a thank you mrs. Chris Tensen with a Candle for each year that she had led the troop. Guests were greeted at the door by Irmi Klose and Terry Shaub. Sharon Jacques was in charge of the Register. Punch was served by Rebecca Bowen and Coffee by Heidi Klose. The candles were lighted by Budie and Johanna Christensen. Goodbyes were said by mrs. Christensen. Mary Agnes Smith presented mrs. Christensen with a Beautiful cup and Saucer of English China in behalf of the troop As a remembrance of the four years she has shared with them. Girl scouts present were Sharon Lee Jacques Anna Marie Bear Jerilyn Smith Budie Christensen Heidi Klose Sherry Darnell Irmi Klose Sara Huddleston Ruth Mary Nichols Marjorie Browning Cathy Fitch Mary Agnes Smith Charlene Neal Johanna Christensen Roberta Wenk Terry Shaub Sandra Sowell Sandra Huddleston Mary Ann Crane. Adult leaders attending mrs. Louine Susong mrs. B. Jacques mrs. J. D. Turner mrs. H. A. Barry mrs. Jay b. Smith mrs. Darrell Sinclair and mrs. John m. Bowenjr. Major and mrs. Christensen and Amily will be missed at Holloman not Only by the girl scouts but by All civic organizations of the base. Major Christensen is being transferred to air development command Headquarters at Baltimore my. Or. And mrs. Andrew b. Hubee of it. Carroll 111., Are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter miss Judy Hubee to Herbert h. Brunell jr., son of or. And mrs. H. H. Brunell of Alamogordo. Miss Hubee and her Fiance have chosen oct. 12 for their wedding Date and they will Exchange vows at a Small Church ceremony at it. Carroll. The Bride elect last year was a Sophomore at the University of new Mexico where she was a member of Chi Omega National social sorority. Or. Brunell received his b. S. Degree in electrical engineering from the University of new Mexico last june. He is a member of Phi Delta Theta National social fraternity and served it As president one year. During his senior year he was nam6d who a who. He now is employed by the Howard Hughes company at los Angeles Calif., and this fall will be transferred by the concern to port Huron mich., where he and his Bride will make their Home. The future bridegroom has one sister miss Shirl Brunell who last year was one of the candidates for maid of Cotton staged at Memphis Tenn. She has been attending schools in California and next fall wiil enrol at Urcla. The h. H. Brunells and their daughter plan to attend the wedding at it. Carroll. Miss Judy Hubee legion auxiliary hears reports at business meeting the american legion auxiliary monday evening held a business meeting at the legion Hall. Mrs. June Martin a new member of the auxiliary was present and welcomed into the organization. A guest was mrs. Ruth Kump of of Brien unit 177, Eureka to. A report on the school of instruction held july 30-31 at Albuquerque was Given by mrs. Evelyne Rapp. Mrs. Bea Weaver reported that the auxiliary had made $30.55 on its bake Sale held saturday at the Safeway which will be Given to the Jayce ettes who in turn will donate it to the Jaycees for their Street sign Rund. During the business session members also discussed various plans to be staged during the year. Aug. 30 a couple up Square dancers regular session at 8 . At Community Center. August 31�?opti-mrs. Meet at 8 . At the Home of mrs. Cora Arnold 318 Indian Wells Road. Extension club to meet August 15 Baptist Circle has meeting on Royal service the business woman Scircle of the first Baptist Church held its Royal service program aug. 8 at 7 . At the Home Marian Patterson 912 Dexter. The study was about alcohol and interesting talks on the subject were Given by Florence Baker Elida Brown Dorothy Temple Ethel Miller Lula Brown and Mary Reynolds. An invitation was received by the group to attend the w. M. W. Banquet aug 18 in Honor of mrs. Green state w. M. U. President. The next meeting of the Circle will take place aug. 22 at the Home of Mary Reynolds 307 lovers Lane. Cookies and lemonade were served. Two visitors mrs. C. E. Rice and Anne Graber attended and members present were Faye Lewis Evelyn Hudson Mary Reynolds Florence Baker Ethel Miller Lulae rown Elida Brown Marian Pat Terson and Dorothy Temple. Tall Story san Diego Calif. Pic a Casa de Oro woman sent her Short Din Ner dress to the cleaners and was charged with cleaning a forma dress. Protesting the clerk looked a la m of o r do Carousel like a Beautiful jewel suspend below the Lodge recently returned de in Blue space is Coronado from an unforgettable trip to mex Lodge located Between la Luz and a ice a Ity naturally mrs. Flicking Aborita canyons above sleepy Little Village of la Luz. Situated on a Roky Mountain Edge it has a breathless View of the Tularosa Basin melting into he White Sands and reaching on o the purple san Andres. A View that All the Gold in the world could not duplicate. Back of the Lodge Are Crystal Clear Springs that furnish the water for Domestic use As Well As a private swimming Pool where Blue Gills Bass and Trout break the surface for some unfortunate Bug or Fly. The Lodge was built during the depression years by a Wall Street tycoon named Hazard. Its said he spent Over $150,000 on the elegant buildings. Or. And mrs. Harry Flickinger present owners purchased the property from the Hazard estate and during to years have added much to its Beauty. Mrs. Flickinger is an ardent Gardener and her Flowers Are worthy of a sonnet. The gardens Are terraced. There Are great Shasta daisies chrysanthemums roses of Many varieties dahlias of Gem colors Lacy Shast ice and other showy blossoms. Their hues Are emphasized by the natural setting of the Pines that surround the rambling Lodge. On the great tile floored porch Are Many jugs from the famous la Luz pottery which the flick ingers also own and which was originally built by Hazard. The Flickinger and or. And mrs. Clint Chenoweth who live on the same Mountain Side just or and mrs. Chenoweth who also is a great Gardner were most impressed with the worlds of Flowers one sees everywhere in that great City. This fall the Flickinger will spend most of their time in Alamogordo. They have purchased a House Here on 9th that it might be More convenient for their Only daughter to attend High school for a i just thought any dress that up at the woman and apologized Long had to be a the next two years. Mrs. Flickinger asked us to pass the word along that she will have a huge big room with Kitchen privileges for rent this fall in her Alamogordo Home. It would be an Ideal place for some new woman teacher coming to town in our estimation. We visited the Coronado Lodge sunday in company with or. Andi mrs. Maurice Hensley. After seeing All the Lovely things there we journeyed on for a delightful Call on the Clint Chenoweth. Well Tell you about their Charm ing Home in tomorrows Carousel for both places Are like a bit of Paradise and we think you should know about them. Shades Are Back the trusty old window Shade is making a comeback. Easy to care for and to use it is now available in pastel colors and metallic weaves. An extra inducement is the room darkening window Shade in two colors pastel on one Side Neutral on the other. These Are treated with a special process to completely shut out the Light Ideal for nurseries. Because Buick safes Ara soaring past Aff report be we re declaring a profit sharing Bonus for you a meeting of the Alamogordo Extension club will occur at i . Aug. 15 at the Home of mrs. Noiman Arnold. Program for the afternoon will be demonstration concerning draperies to be presented by Norma Beckley. Delegates to the state meeting of Home demonstration clubs to be 3ld aug 24-26 at Highlands University will be mrs. Ray Mahaffey of the local club mrs. E. W. Myers of the Tularosa club and mrs. Virginia Coker county Home demonstration agent. For the finest in Low Cost automotive air conditioning see a Fauto refrigeration new sizes a cd toes for Al Cere including convertibles station wagons Scotts r is m new Tork phone 1445 autumn golfers on a Par with Falls Tweed trend. This timeless favorite in new flecked Cotton crease resistant. Red Green or charcoal. To to42 your order How before the Rush All types of. Sheet Metal work residential or commercial a free estimates a air coolers Mesilla Valley Sheet Metal works 710 Tularosa St. Phon i ii w his we be never seen before a sales year that a shattering every record in the Buick books a soaring Success far greater than the one that moved Buick so solidly into the big 3 of americans Best Sellers. So we re going to share profits with you a by stretching our regular big Trade in allowances to practically our breakeven Point. That Means you can now buy the most wanted Buick Ever built for less than Ever before. That Means you can have Buick style distinction and prestige Buick room and Comfort a Buick size and solidity for plenty dollars less on the profit sharing deals we re making now. And that Means you can have at a terrific buy the hottest action Buick in history a with walloping v8 Power raised to new highs and with the spectacular performance of variable pitch Dyna flow worlds first and Only transmission using the switch pitch principle of the Modem planets propeller. Come in today tomorrow for sure and see for yourself that you can now make the biggest buy of the year on the car that a far and away the thrill of the year. A thai of the year in Buick biggest Selling Buick in history i variable pitch Dyna flow is the Only Dyna flow Buick builds today. It is Standard on Road master optional at modest extra Cost on other series. When better automobiles Are built Buick will build them Alamogordo enjoy cooled filtered air for less than you think with Buick s air conditioner it s a genuine Frigidaire Sach am end y i North of town to motor co Alamogordo n. M. Quot a a Quot a c a a a
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