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EL PASO HERALD-POST, Wednesday, May 22, 1963 Business Club Is Organized Mrs. L. McCowan Chapman of the Business and Professional Women's Club of El Paso has been in charge of the organization of The Paso Del Norte Business and Professional Women's Club. The new club, for younger business women, is preparing to obtain a charter to the Texas state and national federation. A counseling service, the club's civic participation project, will be free and confidential and available to all working women of El Paso. Those on the counseling service board are Mmes. Frank Mainz, chairman; J. F. Peterson and Lucinda McCowan Chapman. Mrs. George Frizzell, nominating committee chairman, announces the new officers. They are Mmes. Anthony Ceraldi, president; C. M. N. Seamster, and J. F. Peterson, vice presidents; Barbara England, corresponding secretary; Susan Duncan, treasurer, and Miss Shirley Evans, recording secretary. Suecial committee chairmen are Mrs. Bea Gumper, Mrs. R. A. Cates, and the Misses Jean Line, Shirley Evans and Mary Busalacchi. The board of directors includes Mmes. Edward Davis, George Friz* Gumper and K. A. Living on Credit Needs Firm Cash Foundation Mrs. L. McCowan Chapman —Canales Studio Photo Los Cruces Club News— Epsilon Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota sorority held its May meeting in *e home of Mrs. Robert Irving with Mrs. Mildred Freshour as co-hostess. Mrs. Ruth Dickerson was installed preident. The Pilot Club will meet at 7 p.m. on May 31 in the Town and Country Restaurant for installation of officers with Mrs. William Barry as chairman. Mrs. William Busch presided at the last meeting, Mrs. Pearl Price read news bulletins and Mrs. Barry and Mrs. D. B. Hdbbs gave reports of the Colorado convention. Mrs. Milan Cobble was elected president of the Faculty Newcomers' Club and committee chairmen were appointed to serve with the new slate of officers. Miss Barbara Jo Easton, a senior student majoring in art at Fort Lyon, Colo., was chosen "Greek Woman of the Year" at a Pan Hellenic workshop meeting held at New Mexico State University. The May meeting of the County Council of Dona Ana County Extension Clubs was held in the Vado Club house with Vado Club members as hostesses. Mrs. Mary Ferguson presided, reports were given on the district meeting held in Silver City and clubs were chosen to elect delegates to the state •meeting to 'be held June 3 and 4 at NMSU. Mrs. Nancy Swartz was appointed a member of the building committee. The Las Cruces Woman's Club is planning a "Bali Hai" costume dinner-dance to be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Palms Motor Hotel. Mrs. George Garcia is general chairman and decorations will follow a Polynesian theme. Mrs. C. L. Brooks was hostess for the H. H. Brook Extension Club meeting held in her home with members of the Dona Ana Hill Extension Club as guests. Mrs. Fred Eicholtz presided and Mrs. J. 0. Charles directed a recreational period. Mrs. Nancy Swartz was a door prize winner. Meslla Valley Organ Society met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Berrier for a business session and organ selections presented by members. Mrs. H. 0. Peters and Miss Era Rentfrow were hotesses for the social hour which followed theprogram. fourth Thursdays of the month in the Del Camino Motor Hotel. Mrs. Faust To Present Piano Pupils Mrs. D. W. Faust will present her piano students in recital at 2:30 and 4 p.m. Saturday in the Maud Sullivan Room of the El Paso Public Library. Performing at 2:30 p.m. are Denise Bothwell, Lloyd Quist, Andrea Cruikshank, Genebra Benton, Randy Campbell, Ellabeth Cocozza, Clifford Irion, Carol Graham, Russell Young, Penny Merritt, Susan Davidson, Jenna Smith, Priscilla Bothwell, Pam Provo, Sherry Graham, Donna Quist, Valerie Cocozza and Sandy Kruschwitz. Playing at 4 p.m. are Cynthia Long, Richard Kunkel, Randy Fleener, Fran Long, Keith Hampton, Karen Joyce. Lee Faust, James Frost, Christy Long, Karen Bricker, Toiin.ii Sue Doll, Margaret Frost, Diane Lyons, Janis Curtis, Julia Miller, Cynda Brown, Vicky Forrest and Sue Ann Gibson. CAREER OPPORTUNITY Part or Full Time For the on» nurse, teacher, housewife, mother, college student or career girl In her twenties who has a burning desire to achieve success to a challenging, exciting professional endeavor on a part or full time haste and In so doing provide herself and family with the luxuries of life with a far above average income while rendering a professional service to her community. H you are this one female In 20, have a college background or equivalent and are ready to Begin professional training at our expense on Monday, June 3, 1963, ask to person for Mrs. Grace Hill at the desk of Del Camino Courts, 4910 Alameda, on Friday, May Z^ at 5 tUL or on Saturday, May 25 at 10:30 AJtt., 1 P.M. or 3 P.M. Capri by Lenox M by L.ENOX— F ru it clusters in jewel-lib colors of aquamarine and garnet combine with a rhythmic garland of beigs ribbons, giving this enchanting pattern charm and subtle delicacy. Highlighted with gleaming platinum bands. 5-piecB place setting $21.95 f feder JEWELERS DOWNTOWN BASSETT CENTER NO MONEY DOWN 2 YEARS TO PAY By GAY PAULEY UPI Womtn'i Editor NEW YORK, May 22.—Running the household on cred:; is fj ne _ if there is a firm foundation of incoming cash to back it up, says a woman leader in credit unions. But she warned of the dangers to b u d g e 13 of impulse buying, of efforts to keep up with the neighbors ("it's still being done"), and of succumbing to the super sales pitch until debts "become the monkey on your back." Mrs. Mildred S. Boyd of Fresno, Calif., said' "credit is fine if it operates on a firm foundation. But I'm worrir-d that is is becoming to easy to get. "Why, I'm old enough "> remember when it was terrible to have a mortgage on the house," said the 68-year- old Mrs. Boyd. Then a person who bought on time was considered shiftless." "BUT THE SAYEJG 'neither a borrower nor a lender be,' is hopeless ia our present day world." "And why should we deny our dreams, our ambitions? What we must remember is that thrift includes the WISE spending of money." Mrs. Boyd' a tall, gray haired woman since 1941 has been active in credit union work when she and her late husband operated a group set up with the Fresno County Grange, The Boyds operated a ' 160-acre iarra eight miles east of Fresno. She is a vice president of the Credit Union National Assn. (CONA), the only woman on its executive committee. She was in New York for CUNA's 29th annual convention. MRS. BOYD said the association, actually international, is made up of 29,500 credit unions with 17 million members in the United States, Canada and other parts of the world — "name the country, and we're here," ihe said, "except behind the Iron Curtain." CUNA's job is to serve its members — and about 95 per cent of all credit unions are affiliated, she said — with educational material, help in organization of new groups, insurance services such bonding, legal aid, research, economics and statistical data. A credit union is a group of people who agree to save money together and make personal loans to each other at low interest. It usually is organized oy members with a common interest — the same employer, club, church, or labor union. Unions are chartered under and regulated by Federal and/or state law, are nonprofit, and the staff, except for treasurer or manager, serves without pay. Members are encouraged to save and earnings on the union's collection of interest on loans and other earnings are returned to members as dividends — "about four per cent return is the national average," she said. Mrs. Boyd, mother of three children and with three grandchildren, continues to serve at a local level. She is treasurer of the Fresno. County Grange Credit Union, is a former president and still director of the California Leagues (leagues are the state, provincial or national governing 'body for local unions), and member of the board of governors of Sequoia Chapter of Credit Unions. HER OWN Fresno Chapter in its nearly 22 years has made loans of some $10 million for purchase of everything from a new Cadillac to a reducing -machine. "We've undenvritten births, burials, vacations, swimming pooK boats, air conditioners, crops, vineyards . . . "Our union onr.e lent a man enough money to start a fishing worm farm. You'd be surprised the numoer of people who borrow to pay iheir income tax." "Failure to repay is extremely rare," she said. "The average person is honest if given a chance to 'be. The trouble is, some people just never learn to manage money." You can't list a whole set of rules on its management ei- 4<her, she said, because each family's needs vary. "The one rule which is applicable to all," she said, "is that sor-: of your money should be kept." Old Style Friends Are Back Again As part of the soft, pretty look for summer there are some revivals of old-fashioned friends that will be welcome. 'Back with us will be matte jersey in powdery blue shades, with matching chalk bead embroidery and silk georgettes which look ever-so- feminine. Education Horizon Unlimited Married women make good students, according to Mrs. Marie Mills, Associate Superintendent and Director of Instruction at Mount San Antonio College. Speaking to a forum of work Section A—Page Nine ing women, sponsored by the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, Mrs. Mills pointed out that one of the situations which helps the more mature woman in the academic world is *e fact she has looked for and found a husband where the younger girl is divided between looking for a husband and looking for a job. "E d u c a t i o n," said Mrs. Mills, "is an unlimited horizon for women." GLA downtown, 305 tesas ace. stunning summer sheath 16.98 Double duty sheath that can be worn as a cocktail or sun dress. In famous Cohama fabric. Machine washable, wrinkle resistant. An exclusive fashion shown at all four Glass stores. Colors: black, white, turquoise, and maize. Sees, 6 to 16. "ENGAGED ~ Miss Virginia Lorrain McVay's engagement to Manuel Carbajal was announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddia McVay of 9340 Soccrro. road. The bridegroom is the son of Santiago Carbajal of 138 Pertdale road. A June I wedding in Lady of Mt. Carme! 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