Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 4, 1951 · Page 3
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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Wednesday, April 4, 1951
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April 4, 1151 tAS CHUCKS (N. M.) SUN-NEWS Society Holds Sixty-five -members and guests \verl iprenent.SUn'day, In the 'private dining- ; rooYn of Ihc 1 Circle Cafe, .to enjpy a.b'cautirul as well ns intere.itln'g- banquet, 'staged by BH chapter of Slfnifli Delia PI, :ia- UonnV honor society- TOT stuclenls o f Spanish. . · · " . · ' - ' jMIss · Helen VOh. Englcbrclchcn piMldcd anil announced a number of chiingcs In the original program. K^rHi In Spunlftli . Hans von'-Englebrclchcn, In the nbscnce uf William Sutherland described. In Spanish, h!a mnny.years of residence in Argentina. Dr: Carl Tyre discussed Hlspnn- jc cnntrihutions to world culture. T h n visitors made three eloquent sincere .speeches on Inter-American friendship! projects sponsored by such Rludcnt. groups as the SDP. . '' . " . ' . ' ljiirA\ 1'rcshlrnt.i Sfouk . Alfonso Cardo and Rlcliard Hancork, former local presidents, add, ctl valuable and cnLcrtalning ic- \ hmi'k.';. 1 The college music department risslslcU with instrumental :umi- ' bcrs. Jninea Bean, talented young violinist Tendered "Ucbcsfrued" . and ;"LiebeKlcld," nccompanicd by Pi-of. 1 Fcmdlnand Sclmlniclalcr. MIBB VLrftlrtR Garlnd prsacnlctl H B])rlicd piano I n t c r p i c t R t l o n of well known Spimlsh dances. Vldllnfi ArllHl IVrHhrras . A 'highlight of Llic evening was Lhe . performance of Chihuahua's excellent Hrtlst, Senor Ernesto Tnl- avera, wlio held the audience spellbound with lil.H violin- Aurcliano Armcndcz, well knou-n Mcsllla musician, nccompnnied Jfr. Taln- vera. , Officri-3 of Ihc host chapter nrc: pr6flU)cpl, Ernesto Jlnioncz; vice presldcht, Lnu l l e l o n von Englc- brlcJitcn; ticrtaurcr. Connie Com- mfcs; sfcrclnrj'. MHi-y Elinor Hancock; 'co-pponpors. Professors Gcor- gfi Crow nnd Chorlea 3lub|ng. The date for the April niccllng will bcj .innounccd lalcr ; COMING EVENTS The i Oboillcnue duy training* clnaa U^ 11 "J* vc n- business nioct- inff nt 6 p. m, TluirsclKy nt tha Tor- tu£na bahqiiel loom. ·' ' i- Thc 'Rainbow Oii-ls will ntlcnd - Ihc Klrst Baptisl Church in n body April loth Inslond of April Slh hs prevlonnly announced, ns Rev. Pnr- iitl U'lll Uc out of loWn Ihis Sim- The Mary Martha Circle, Methodist cnurch", '\tfirhnld !i Rumniiipc SnUV.SaUurday, April 7th, al -10G South 'MklhVncju' Dutch's Market. the' MacArlhuv I'-TA la conducting a li.iHc snlc on SalurtMy. j April Tlh.-Ht the Wcalalde Grocery, J JJSfi 1 \V. I'lcticho. Mrs. Ft!. ^Irqnson is Ohkirman in : clidrjfi of^rilS project. Proceeds Intd.'the JlacArlhur P-TA 1 flint], j : T GOOD EVENING PiMMnt Listening K 0 B E 14M Ori Your Dial : TONiOHT - WED. P.'BI. ·' , ; 4:(K[ EveiiinR BuytTii Guide . r i:(Klf" Irfark Trail b.liro: tlydc IMall.v 6:05 L · Victor Dorffc ' . e ' j O O i - T 6:l5"'roblibn lx;-.ns, Jr. 8:30| Lrt'fl .Si-lS 1 jUl*;.tii!rt-3 ·':50; ' S'rJorts Cist *;OG*?-Bl:|:Ucnry Urn's _ T:0p. Sercrikila. ih Blue · ' ^ l i o ; ' tjonixn ' M i n i a t u r e t 7f2r.' A. M. 0:00 6:05 Sjlp'^l'-JJoVJ A Jrfyslcry 'j:4p, 'Hldtlci.Tllilh · ' Jj:ld«*"-Mij.iiiil-!Mifei;cl-- B 30 * "Sicyildllt Soticort | ( ( ^ V = " '' -- THUHS. UP Nt«-3 ' El Corrtdo Mcxicnno .7^)0 Robtrt Hurlclgli News 7:13" Tell Your Neighbor T:30 .Morning News 7:+5 Trading Post 8:00 Cecil Brown · SMS Oathcr IlounU Kida R-.25 Now.l . , . 8:^0 Momlnjr Iluycra Guide h:00 Moi-ning Dovolional n:lfi Music of Uc Tropics Ol25 Ncwa n:,10" Queen for n Day, J0:00" Kale Smith Spcnlis 10:15 Lnnny ROHS 10:ZO Nr\i(» 10,-SO Fncla.and Fur. fur Everyone 10:45 P.ulh Perry Prcscnls 1.1:00 Ccilrlc Foster . 11:30°' Luncheon .\vllh'Lojicz ·11:45 Tony Konlalne 12:00 jAekpot Jimlborco 12:00 UP Nou-.i 12HO I^cbn.Biick sntl LlsU-n 1:00 Anthony Are You ' Uttcning K O B E -' Your FrRntlly S t n l l o n . ' A MUTUAL XKTWORK AFtlLIATt: WHAT'S YOUR HOBBY, FELLOWS? A IOCOMOBIIE, an extinct vintage, Is displayed by one of the nation's newer anti more stream lined models, Jane I-Iait,- to introduce Lh« World Hobby exposition nt Chicago's coliseum. Jn her oLher hand sh« holds some sort of aircraft. All brandies of hobby crail, including inodcli, [iholograiiliy, weaving, will be represented, (international^ 'Lost Horizon' To Be Presented By Senior.Class Members of the cast of thn sen-, "Lost Horizon", ore hiirrl at -work putting the finishing; touches on the play to be presented on Monday, A prll D, ai 8 p. m'. t In the high school anditoruini. Jon Adcrhold, and Jo A n n e 13a- vousette, who play Lhe leads In the nlay tin Corns-ay, the British consul, nhd Helen llraic, tlic beau- t i f u l English pianist, arc seasoned Th CE plans, Active Jn Drinnatlcs .Miss Bavousetlc was in the junior play lust year, and ha:; been active, in speech :md dramatics this year. Mr. Adoi-hold waa Lhe villain In Hie recent play, "Little' Nell". 'He has -been active in speech work for several ycrir.i. Darol Ariy." as Ihc High Lama, and James Haight, as Chang-, arc li seasoned itclor/i. having; been i n . Lhe Junior play last year, and "Little Nell" this yc;ir. Supporllnff Holes " In supporting roles arc Carol Ady, as Miss Erinklow: .Iiiclt Hoy- land -as iMfilliaon; Clarice Bmith ns Elizabeth; Jean Fortcnbcrry as Tiishi; Romclia Enriqucz as Lo Tsen; P;tul Eoushcllc, an Englishman; :ind Don Alexander, also an Englishman. These students arc, all seasoned ^ctoi - s and arc well known to high school audiences for such works as the Junior play last year. "L1L- llc Nell", or Cor 1-ca.cIiiigs a,nd \) loguc.s New comers Lo the high scSiool (itag-c an; 1'at Uanvcll, Bill Scog- Ijiii. nnd Opliilio nomiquoz, bul they arc certainly oui lo prove thai you don't have to have experience lo be excellent With such seasoned players and w i t h as experienced, 'director as Miss Pfit!Ler, the play ia certain Lo be a huge success. D*n'l Suffer A no I her Minute Ho mrtltr iow man; remedies you ban tried lor Ilchlnc eczema, psoriasis. Infections, nlhlclr'i loot or whatever your ekln trouble »ny br--Anything fromherf tn Tool-WONDER SALVE can help jtn. Developed for [lie lioj-s In ihc'Arinj-- now-far-}-oii folkj it liome WONDER SALVE ii' while, p-cawlf* enUjcpllc. No ugly Bpprarnnrr. Safe lor children. Get WONDER SALVE--rcsulli ·r money refunded. Truly wonderful. Sold in Las Ciucus by Standard (Walgreen), Valley and Baker Drug- Stores nr- your home town ANNOUNCEMENT!! FOOT CLINIC EYEHY TUESDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY HOURS 9:00 A. M. till 5:00 P. M. ,Al'l Fool Cond-iions Trealed Foot Appliances -- Correct Shoes Temporary Qffico: AMADOR HOTEL · Bit. JI. 31. OOOD.MAX, CJiIro lisl-Koill Simplnllsl PARTY LIJNES Mrs. J, K. Carrocl, loc;il breeder of HHblu" :ind tri-cw'or collies und nieuiber o f ' t h e Lns '.Cvuccs Kennel club;, lin.4 ; !iccfiplcd i un Invitation to juelpc ut Lhi: ArlTbnu Stale Collie clUb's Plrin A s|iincUoii .iiiiitch Lo be held in Plioc:ilx on ATay 27. RebekahsMake Plans For April Noble Gnnitl LniilfH* Will, pru- aided nl Uic\ rcguliir ·.mcolmy" of Mlrlcm Rcbc.\;ih Lodge No. 25, Monday night. IL was aimutoECcU Umt LVic Lodge has been in vital Lo attend i n i t i a - tions to bu liiukl nl ,llic Demi05 Lodge, Friday,'April 13, Any member wishing 1 to attend and who docs not hare Ir^jporlJilion should con tact.'Noble Grand Louise W i t t The atalc president will' visit here M o n d a y , ' A p r i l 23. There will be a dinner in! tier honor, the lllnc .and place to ;bc 'announced later by an appointed commit tec. The fcjllowiriff candidates were initiated: Me;*lamca Helen Noc, Joftic McDonjiBd, Lois Tklwcll, Mildred Moses, Ollc Herman, Mni 1 - gucrilo George, 'anil Mr, J. R. McDonald. There'was u'.short program commemorating' tli; birthday anniversary of Sclmylrr Coli/ax, founder of the Order rif Oddfellows. The drill team performed for the new members and refreshments were served. " ' - · Hostesses for thc.cfenlng.wcro: Ruth Pierce, Bertie Wood, Annyc W off o I'd.' FALL KILLS GUtl, ALBUQUERQUE, April A UP» -Carol Georgia Cook. 8, and some other second graders were playing a Lop a supermarket u n d e r con 7 at ruction Sunday. Carol slipped and plunged to the ground. She dlrd yesterday witlicaL regaining consciousness. Teen-Agers Are Encouraged To Read Newspaper Hy V I V I A N Al 1 Nrivif rn lures If you're onu of those young ndulla who picks u p a newspaper to rend the comics and sports pages only, you're missing a bet. Or pcrhapa you do not know how Lo read n newspaper to K C L Ihe most ·jul of It. The tlsilly newspaper can con- t r i b u t e to your c u l t u r a l and social b e t t e r m e n t if you learn how tu select news ami fenluves. Concentrate 0:1 dissecting i h e paper ;~ov features you m i g h t noi have noticed before. Music Mic.iler and fine arts columns cnn keep you informed, even if you never. ?rt .T chance to hear a good concert, or a fine ijlay or sec paintings by the SrcaL : 11.13 Lcr.s. ' . A i-crcnt poll taken by the South Bend, Jntl. Tribune- showed thut 37.7 per ccnL of its boy read era and 50. S per cent of ita girl readers spent 30 minutes or less re;ul- in£ the paper. However, more cheering- was the f a c t IhiU Loeii- pyorn road a prcat deal hi the paper bfsldrs the comics. Jn one Instance n si wry concernijig tho death of. a Boston q u a d r u p l c L was read by 93 per cent of ihe girls, report!; The Tribune. Hi- .ill Etlllorliils Most young 1 people liavu nol cilu- caUd themselves to g r t L i n ^ vhc most out of their ntwspnpc.vs. They skip over Lho editorial nnye, whicii would give them KOinethlng timely to discuss with frionda. Yet m a n y younp ))ooj)lc write asking how they can be popular w i t h a crowd because they never Kccm to havi. 1 anything; Lo Lullt about. Of course you will np.t. always nprcc with an uilllurlnl writer, ImL .sculiig tho othor fellow's opinion offers an in- ieieslinff 'challenge. When discussing 1 a currcnl topic wltli a /ji-oup, if you rend Hie editorials, you h a v e a c q u a i n l r d yolli'- fiDlf w i t h the oilier sick 1 of the argument, and nave 'ornceil yonr ile- rciisfs. Or maybe you've seen a flaw in your own opinion ami luuv come lo the. conclusion 'Uint vlic editorial writer hun a point. ^Falrc D practice of comparing newspapers nm\ weigh Ihr variuna o[)Inion.s of the experts, older nnd wiser t h a n you. Don't Just snin Uio news uiul rciul tlui lend --.m the. story. Gel into ilic heart of UH story before you decide it ilocsli'L ii[)peal lo you. Ki-0|) Clippings Some girls nmkc a ImlJil ol' clipping out iLcma which un'glit lio used later for reference or in preparing n lenn paper. Such siibjevld ns income tax, old age, etc. a r e discussed in the news and accompanied from t i m e to t i m e with statistics which may uomc in handy when you arc sliiclt for an Idea. If you will keep this folder J u s t for Lhis purpose, you will be nniazcd how your composilion nn the United Notions or food costs will be when you've nlready a c c u m u - lated portinent fucts. Newspapers f j u r i a great Jral for Ihu price. Ycni gel 'LinuscmciiL Icatures such as comicH, crosdworil pu?.zlen, .serial sLories and coments. The bnoh icvit-w section in Incli.H- penrtalilc Vo high tchool nni\ college yliulpnls. I'ashion. beauty and cooking pointera arc offered giving uyi-la-ilic-minutc tips on Lhe mudr. of Ilic moment ur Lhe cnsiosl \\- t iy to clcnn n copper f r y i n g pan. Ljnni'ovc \ or:iJnil;i ry IL is loo had t h a t . teachurs -.lo JioL devoLu Jiiore time cxpbiiniiig Ihu v u l u c of the daily ncwspapL-r to ihc class. T'lerc could be lively New Biography Book Added To Library Shelves. "Current Ulnifrnphy. jfiflu," JULS been added to the r c f u r P i i L c col- IccLlon R.L Hrimi^nu Memorial Library. ai-rordin^ io Miss Helen Caffcy. librarian. Somv -10 wtimrn \vho fl^uvcil p i o i n i n i ' n t l y in Mini) news i i i c in- clmlrd as HIT HI) persona from 'iul- HlUc Uu- U. H. A UiUl uf ^3S pel- sons art listed in I he new volume. A usi-ful imkvx by j.vofussioni; :s inclmltul in t n c biu-H of the new book T h i i l y - f o u i d i f f e r e n t fields uf c n d u a v u r iiru ILsLed nnd people discuss ioii.i i n s t i g a t r d merely by the discussion of n single ediioriiil. The crossword puzzh; IB e.xccllcnl for conciMil ni Lion :iml improving vocabulary and .spelling. Onn y n u n ^ male Icac-lier who has n class of 2-1 boys recently npn.illrd » group of people by saying he never h a i l read an editorial In Inn lifi 1 . I le M»s no opinions about cm'rriit pvenis mid t h i n k s Ihcrc is nothing lie cmiHI do about, the world, even if he wiinled to. whfl floured In those pi-ofcf-slonJ · in 11)30 arc included: , .' 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