El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas on May 27, 1963 · Page 12
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El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas · Page 12

El Paso, Texas
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Monday, May 27, 1963
Page 12
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-Section A—Page Twelve EL PASO HERALD-POST, Monday, May 27, 1963- jMrs. Sam Barbee Announces i'Chairmen For Woman's Club Committee Members Are Appointed Mrs, Sam Barbee, president of the Woman's Club of El Paso has announced the various chairmen and committees for the work of the club during the coming year. Mrs. Barbee will carry on the , ;- work of the club with Mrs. ! ; Jack T. Starnes, president- i • elect: Mrs. Sam Collins, vice | " president; Mrs. Allan L. Poage, i - recording secretary; Mrs. W. '-.'•• T. Hudson, corresponding sec- retary and Mrs. John I. Wade, ' treasurer. '. Heads of club auxiliaries are . Mrs. Ted Byrnes, MacDowell ; -Club; Mrs. John Jagoe Jr., Junior Woman's Club; Mrs. • Louis Cantrell Jr., Young Ma; Iron's Auxiliary; Mrs. T. Fin- ley Robinson, Book Club; Mrs. ; Robert N. Neal, Writers' Workshop; and Mrs. EryVme Stoker, Arts and Crafts Study Club. CHAIRMEN of standing committees are Mrs. Judson Wil- liams, advisory; Mrs. W. Alton 1 Tomlinson, Americanism; Mrs. * L. C. Cody, art exhibits; Mrs. ~ f C. K. Simpson, bulletin board;- j Mrs. A. E. Ponsford, by-laws; Z Mrs. C. D. Holienshead and Mrs. F. M. Garner, calling and -' placement. ^ The civics committee will be -. headed by Mrs. Collins. She ;'; will be assisted by Mrs. Bar•- bee who' will represent the club * at the Better Business Bureau; - Mrs. R. M. Wadsworth, geren- -• tology; Mrs. E. T. Lewis. ';, Lighthouse For The Blind; • Mrs. William J. Wuest, May"- or's committee on decent lit'," erature; Mrs. J. Francis Mor, - gan, McCall Day Nursery; Mrs. I Collins wffl represent the club .-•- in the United Fund and Mrs. ; _.; Harry Shaw, Goodwill Indus• » tries. ' * Mrs. John Ogden Is chair-•; roan of the courtesy commit-• tee. Those who will have * charge of decorations for the ••- year are Mrs. E. K. Lucas, ;'• Christmas decorating; Mrs. Jo..' seph Roth, club teas; Mrs. - D. R. Martin, members only T, luncheons; Mrs. T. A. Black, '• summer bridge luncheons and •* Mrs. Max F. Quinn, dessert '.' bridge parties. , '" MRS. DENNIS H. LANE . heads the education and youth ! conservation committee and J Mrs. R. E. Cunningham, files \ and records; Mrs. William Ani drae, finance; Mrs. T. R. Lind ; and Mrs. Sam T. Middleton, • friendship; Mrs. N. A. Herendeen, grounds and Mrs. Carl ! Foster, historian. The hospitality committee includes Mrs. T. R. Jones, who will have the-summer bridge luncheons and Mrs. A. A. Ford, the guest day luncheons. Mrs. John M. Broadwell is chairman of hostesses for the year and Mrs. I. D. Chenoweth. is chairman of the house committee; Mrs. Harry Graham, ! the legislative committee; Mrs. \ Collins, luncheon records; Mrs. i C. W. Boyd and Mrs. D. S. Pack; luncheon treasurers; Mrs. Edwin P. Luderus, membership and Mrs. Don Hill, open air art show. Mrs. Frank A. Hughes, will serve as parliamentarian and Mrs. Freeman Harris is chairman of the program committee. Mrs. W. J. Hoene and Mrs. J. S. Mulhern are chairmen of publicity; Mrs. C. A. Williams, rentals; Mrs. R. L. Harbaugh, safety: Mrs. John Langford, serving; Mrs. Chris P. Fox. special invitations; Mrs. 0. L. Molina, spiritual life Mrs. William Flournoy, taxes; Mrs. . Robert Chapman, telephone; Mrs. G. E. Kiser, ways and I means; and Mrs. R. P. Redman, yearbook. THE THREE summer bridge luncheons will be under the chairmanship of Mrs. M. E. Arnold on June 19; Mrs. A. R. .- Arnold, July 17 and Mrs. Hugh • Ward, Aug. 21. ; Mrs. Walter Thomas will ', have charge of the MacDowell • Club dinner; Mrs. D. L. Stoltenberg, the military party; - and Mrs. Don Schooler, the Sun ' Carnival Duchess tea. Mrs. Dale Faulkner will have charge of the Oct. 30 dessert ', bridge party and Mrs. W. Clay ' Fiske, the Jan. 22 dessert bridge party. • . The guest day luncheons are SUGARINE : THE CALORIE- FREE WAY TO SWEETEN^ IT! ECONOMICAL! I fOUS-OZ. BOTTLE SWEETENS J MO CUPS OF TEA O* COFFEE , t I I I THE ' IDEAl ! WAr ! TO SWEETEN I TEA • COFFEE • \ .CEREAIS • FRUITS • I BEVERAGES. ETC. | t l AT YOlrt GROCERS j Mrs. William T. Hudson Mrs. William Hudson Heads Trinity Group Mrs. William T. Hudson is the new president of the Woman's Society of Christian Serv- vice of Trinity Methodist Church. Mrs. Hudson has been chairman of local church activities for the past year and has served as chairman of the annual WSCS fund raising dinner. She and Mr. Hudson and their daughter, Barbara, live at 7905 Big Bend drive. Other officers to serve with Mrs. Hudson are Mmes. W. E. Whitfield, first vice president; Mrs. W. A. Tomlinson, second vice president; Mrs. II. W. Crumley, recording secretary; Mrs. James Elliott, corresponding secretary; . Mrs. J. W. Hester, treasurer; Mrs. Edward Breihan, assistant treasurer. Secretaries of lines of work are Mmes. E. E. Hill, promo- under the chairmanship of Mrs, Clarence Thomas, on Sept. 25; Mrs. E. L. Keily, Dec. 11; Mrs. W. G. Harris, Feb. 19; Mrs. Darrell Parker, March 18 and Mrs. William Persman, April 29. Programs for the series of guest day luncheons will be under the direction of Mrs. Russell Deter. ; MEMBERS ONLY luncheons will be headed by Mrs. Carl Olsen, on Nov. 6; Mrs. Richard Azar, Jan. 8 and Mrs. D. L. Nobles, Apr. 1. The teas for the year will be under the chairmanship of Mrs. H. Z. Hughes, on Oct. 2; Mrs. Joseph H. Brown, Dec. 4; Mrs. J. Ted Cottle, Feb. 5; Mrs. Wayne Nisbett, March 4 and Mrs. Guy King, April 15. Mrs. Judson Williams will be in charge of the installation luncheon at the close of the club year. tion; Elwyn Knight, missionary education; Charles Burr, spiritual life; A. E. Ponsford, Christian social relations; Charles Green, student work; Raford Hair, youth work; Douglas Myers, children's work; Mary Monroe, literature and publications; S. C. Sims, supplies; Albert Mearse, baby division; C. D. Niehaus, local work; co-ordinator for Wesleyan Service Guild will be Mrs. L. L. Evans with Mrs. C. A. Quinn serving as co-ordinator for the Susannah Wesleyan Guild. Standing committee chairman are Mmes. W. E. Whitfield, program; J. W. Hester, finance; D. S. Watkins, membership; 0. H. McMahan, publicity; A. L. Cox, flowers; A. M. Hackney, sunshine; Glenn McKinney and P. E. Kaigier, music; Tad Smith, yearbook and Jack Clark, nominating. Circle leaders are Mmes. Keith Claiborne, Circle 1; F. B. Ford, Circle 2; Martin Maniscalco, Circle 3; R. S. Galbraith, Circle 4; Sam Middleton, Circle 5; W. C. Douthit, Circle 6; J. F. Irvin, Circle 7; George Ponsford, Circle 8; Tom Cramer, Circle 9; J. T. Johnson, Circle 10; Frank Morrison, Circle 11; C. A. Quinn, Circle 12. Officers of Wesleyan Service Guild are Miss Mary Mitchell, president; Mrs. Oran Grafton, vice president; Miss Hazel Wells, recording secretary; Mrs. A. C. Robinson, secretary of promotion; Mrs. Ben L. Perkins, treasurer; Miss Rita Elliott, spiritual life; Miss Juanita Craigo, missionary education; Mrs. Arthur Carroll, Christian social relation; Mrs. Pearl Gehl, supplies; Mrs. Frank Norwood, literature and Mr. and Mrs. Fayman Honored on Anniversary No-Host Dinner Party Marks Golden Wedding of Couple Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fayman of 1215 North Ange street were honored on their golden wedding anniversary at a no-host dinner held in the Caballero Motel dining room. Mrs. Julius Henis, Mrs. David Lerner, Mrs. Leslie levy and Mrs. Hi Rosenfeld, dose friends of the honored couple, arranged and planned the affair as a surprise. A gold and white tiieme o£ decorations was used at the dinner. The table was spread with a cloth of white linen and gold aaid white blossoms in a silver container formed the centerpiece flanked by golden candlesticks holding white tapers. A white wedding cake was decorated in gold and^ was topped with a golden "50." Mrs. Fayman was presented a white orchid corsage to wear at the shoulder of her azure blue silk and lace late day dress. Rabbi Floyd Fierman offidated at a renewal of vows wMch had been made by the couple a half century before. Special guests at the dinner were fhe couple's daughter, Mrs. Harry Shain and Mr. Shain and their son, Stanley Fayman and Mrs. Fayman and grandchildren, Jeff and Diane Fayman of Los Angeles. The appearance of 'the younger Fayman family was a surprise to the honored couple. Entertainment for the evening included folk songs presented by Jeff and Diane Fayman and Mr. and Mrs. Fay- inan sang the Hawaiian Wedding Song in honor of the honored pair. COMMITTEE HEAD—Mrs. Robert T. Hoover Jr. has been named general chairman of the mothers' committee for the Junior Assemblies forthcoming 1963-64 series. She has also been named'to act as president of the board of trustees. treasurer; Miss Laura Keene, promotion; Miss Alice Willits, spiritual life; Miss Rita Elliott, missionary education; Miss Mildred Starnes, Christian social relations; Mrs. John Coughran, supplies; Miss Ruth Goodenough, literature and publications; Mrs. L u c i 1 e Sword, membership and Mrs. Joseph Putera,' publicity. publications; Mrs. Katherine Williamson, courtesy; Mrs. John C. Barnes, telephone; Miss Natalie Rate, music; Mrs. Stella Smith, publicity; Mrs. W. L. Newell, nominating. Officers of Susannah Wesleyan Service Guild are Mrs. John Kirkwocd, president; Mrs. Don Grubb, vice president;' Mrs. Dorothy Snider, recording secretary; Mrs. Jett Harper, ENROLL YOUR CHILD NOW FOR SUMMERTIME FUN! TEMPLE SCHOOL FOR LITTLE CHILDREN June 10 to June 18 — July I to July 19 The cost — $ 15 for each three week session Qualified teacher — Mrs. Robert Schiclt Daily session — 9 A.M. to 12 Noon Children— Ages 31/j to 51/2 NON- SECTARIAN For registration Telephone KE 2-5959 Edifad Bessie Simpson Fargason Students To Perform Piano students of Mrs. Jay Fargason are being presented in rr - ,tai at 7:30 p.m. today and tomorrow in the Maud Sullivan Gallery of El Paso Public Library. Students playing today will be Janet Fargason, Jack IB Magness, Tanya Van Huss, Karen Holt, Georgann Barrett; Laura BiddJe, KelJi Hall, Linda Maddox, Cathy Hetrick, Holliss Hall, Norma Maddox, Dianne Luciano, (Lee Ann McNair, Gregory Hal, Janis Beckstrand, Kenneth Jones, Chris Kellog, Sam Lollar and Jan Kornegay. will be Nancy True, Connie Students playing tomorrow will be Nancy True, Connie True, Douglas Baldwin, Robin Vance, Jackie Kelly, Pam Johnson, Randy Bee croft, David Schmidt, Brenda Shoemaker, Jimmy Bitticks, Karen Bower, Martin Townsend, Vicki Miller, Barbara Baldwin, Clarene Townsend, Lee Syrup- son, Pamela Edd, Carol Bixler, Mark Romney, Beth Vance, Donna Sue Brooks and Anna Carol Brooks. Minister To Be Speaker At Meeting Members and guests of the Soroptimist Club of El Paso will meet at 12 noon tomorrow for a luncheon in the Spanish Room of Hotel Paso del Norte. 'Rev. Samuel Hill Rey, who foas just returned from a six month tour of the Middle East, will he the guest speaker. Mr. Rey will be introduced! by Mrs. Merle Huston, program chairman. He will speak on "Expanding Our World Through Friends." Mrs. Connie Caldwell —Ptoto liy Casfl«la Mrs. Connie Caldwell Is PBX Club President Mrs. Connie Caldwell will be installed .president of the PBX Club at a dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Hotel Cortez. Other officers to be installed are Miss Marguerite Gilsinger, Miss Dottie Duckworth and Mrs. K D. Patterson, vice presidents; Miss • I m o g e n e Charles, treasurer; Mrs. Mary Allen, secretary and Mrs. T. F. Walters, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Wesley Carvajol of the Mountain States Telephone Co. will conduct the installation. Dinner and decorations chairman is Mrs. K. D. Patterson. Garden Club Guest Speaker News- Club to Hear LOMA TERRACE CLUB- Loma Terrace Garden Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the home of Mrs. Robert Hasty of 965 Duskin drive with Mrs. C. D. Cunningham as co-hostess. Coffee Hour Slated Mrs. W. T. Hudson, new president o! the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Trinity Methodist Church and Mrs. Lee Hammond Jr., outgoing president, will be hostesses for a coffee hour to be held at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in the church parlor. The event will honor new and retiring officers. "Television—Then and Now" will p be the topic of Bernia Bracher's talk at the International City Chapter of the American Business Women's Assn. meeting at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Sky Room of the Hilton Inn. Vocational speakers will be Mrs. Margaret Coy and Mrs. Kathryn Crouch. Mrs. Stacey Marten, club president, will preside. 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Regular 6.99 Regular 7.99 Regular $.99 Regular 9.99 Regular 10.99 4 97 5 97 6 97 797 8 97 Rijht at the beginning of the summer season, a big sale of open CAPISTRANO L n casuals in a wide array of styles and th most wanted neutral colors. Softest of leaLhcrs, foam cushioned insoles, just wonderful! DOWNTOWN LAKESIDE SUNRISE BASSETT KERN LAS CRUCES

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