Fridiy Ewnlng. April 8.' 1351 LAS CRUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE THHCT IE "JohiPaxtbii .,. To Speak Here " SiindayJ|prning Dr. John M. I^tixton of -San Fra'ncisco, secretary of the New Life Advance . o f the . Presbyterian Church, will spehd Sunday Iii Las Cruets and will 'oociipy the . pulpit" of the" First' Presbyterian Church at the li:OQ o'clock hour. The subject' of. his sermon will be ' i . - . . Dr. Paxfon hna.bctn for n nuir.- licr of years connected with tho Presbyterian. Board^, pf . National Missions ami is '-always in great demand' as VflpeakeK This spring he, has" been'. choRch to visit the J'resbyterian.TOf the Southwest as the representative, of the New Life movement..',. ,.'. ,-,; Â· '' , . From- here he "will' go., to Mag- (laJchaMo Jhc; mectjhg 'of tho Rio Grah'Qc. Presbytery,'- .AprU -ll :and 32. ^. Â· ' Â· Â·-- Â·Â·Â·". Â·Â·-Â·Â·-Â· ! Â·' '. :Â· fcuhjlayjjiftcrnoim' -Dr. "Paxton will conduct a conference for local church Â· officers- and leaders. . Two bcsslons viji \)o.'hclcl'in k 'lh'e church undercroft, the. first beginning al . 3:30 Â»nd the. second at 5 o'clock., Tho purpose; of-tiit) oonrar'cnce i-;? to J di.scuss methods and' techniques of lay visitation. Film fttrips and recordings will bo used for illustrative purposes. 'Anyone interested "in" this subject, is welcome to attend. Georgia'Brlh'elon Celebrates Ninth Birthday With'Parly Georgia 'Berthclun, daughter of Mr. find Mrs. George Berthclon of Mcsilla Park,-celebrated her ninth Wrthday with a party for 10 of her girl friends, Thursday, April S. . Â· Â·' Besides;the traditional birthday cake and .icc..creain each guest received : pansy . corsages as favors. Assisting Mrs. Berthclon were Mrs. Conrad Moll . and Georgia's grandmother, Mrs. . Louise B. Dnntze of New York City. Those present were: Kay Yaryan, Chcri iiummers, Anita Marquess, Alive Valentine, Sharon Rose, Nancy Lee Davis. Patricia Mavecty. Marilyn Moll. Diana ^yatsoh, Nancy Emlri, Audrey Zogg, Darin Smith, Catherine Hanna, Kay Kross, Tommie Lee Looliadoo. Recruit. Training:: Is Completed By Walkerlindsey Marine Private First Class Walker E.- Lindsey, Post Office Box 281, Las Cruces, New Mexico, recently completed his recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, _Calif. In : recognition of this accomplishment- ho was promoted to Ihe rank of Private First Class. The young'Lcathcrneck has been thoroughly trained in basic weapons of the Marine Corps, first aid, field sanitation, map reading, military courtesy, infantry drill and many- othp'r military subjects. Almost one-third of this training was at the rifle range where ho quickly became an efficient marksman with the M-l rifle. He will .now lie transferred to one of the numerous duty stations where Marines are s e r v i n g throughout the world, or be assigned to specialist school for furthci technical training. SLIM WITH A DETACHABLE FLANGE--Is a distinctive New York dress of navy silk shantung dress buttoned w i t h . - n a v y r.l'.-l vliitc checked silk organza, for Â·pring.UDSl. Edges of the flanse Â· re bound with bright red si:k frosgrain, and the points'drawn through a slit in 'the bodice. fX.'r. Drm liVititiilK Pliotal Teachers' Group Convenes Today .Registration 1 .for the convention lo bo held by Delta Kappa Gamma, Honarary Tesclie'rs' Society, will begin at 7 p. m..loiiiffht in Milton Hall on Uie NSw -Mexico AM college, campus; Â· The business session will be opened at 8 a.' m. Saturday. The program will bt a work shop conducted by Dr. Keith Cose, Denver University. , There will be a luncheon for retiring officers at 1:10 p. m. and a formal banquet will be held at 7:?Q p. m. . . Representatives from chapters in 15 states arc expected to attend. Miss Ruth Nies is local president of the society. Club Has Meeting With Mrsjlomero Club Recreat-ivo met April 3 with Mrs. Hortcncia Romero. Mrs. Francis Miranda, club president, presided. The door prize was won Ijy Mrs. Joe Chavez. Guests present weic: Mcydamcs Nellie Chavez, Gerald Chacon, .Pete Maese, Santos Ramirez, Aliqueli Apodaca, Mcrcelina Ctiatales, Maria Carrier, Amelia Garciii. Charlie Bomback, Flora Itpmm-o, Roscla Romero, Natalia Miller. . . . Memliet s present were: Mcs- dames Horlencifi Parra, Antonio Â·Beckett; Â· Josesa Butler. Frandh Miranda. .Pcvla Alklib, Joe Chavez Rerlha Lucero, Maria Padilla, Aurora Bngan, Tinl Rivera, Alice Saner.. Martina Visearra, Members urn! .quests receiver beautiful gifts from the hosles; and delicious refreshments were served. The next meeting; will be Apri til in the home of 'Mrs. Josesa utler, 425 E. Mesa. Parents Club Has, Banquet for Team The Parents of Holy Crops school honored the school liasUet- hnll tciun with a Father-Son banquet, Sunflay, April 1, nt Palmer Lodge. The tcmn presented n .nlft tu Mrs. Carrie Syltcs find Mr. Bazan for the liclp anil cncouraRcmcnt they have given the team this year. Spcrial guests were:- Rev. p. Klrgan. Couth Eli 13acn, Mrs. Carrie Sykcs, Mr. and Mrs. 'A. Hn- zan. Frank Moya, and chi'erlenclers Martha Jo Garcia, Mary Kills Bazan. Irene Ward. Memliura of the haskctball team are: Joe Tafuya, Narciso Gonzalez, Gilbert Cnmunez, Gilbert Apo- dacii, Freddie Scurbrough. Paul Maese, Ronnie Paredcz, Robert Navarro, Johnnie Richards, Edde lia'rncastlc, Rudy Diaz, Stephen Aguirre, Ralph Melcndrcs, LCddie Melcndres. Lucero Club Has Second Meeting The second meeting of. the re- ccnlly organized Lucero Mothers' club was held Wednesday afternoon at the school. Mrs. Luis Earriu presided. Children from the fourth grades entertained the members with r,ev- eral group songs and a dance aum- bcr. ." Mrs. Allan Duitman, district secretary of the Parent-Teacher's Organization, spoke on tho purposes and objectives of parent- teacher groups. Officers of the group are: president, Mrs: Luis Barrio; vice president,, Mrs. Scnereano Castalles; secretary, Mrs. Flora Chavez; reporter, Mrs. Andrew Loomis. Membership committee: Mcs- dames Nick Apotlaca, .loo Tcllcs, Ignaciu Angel; program, comnuttec: Mesdamcs L. llowdcn, Luisa Valonzuela,- Lela Ujihoa; ways and means committee: Mcsdames E. Sweem, Frank Cosialics, Lorenzo Mat-In. ' ., Â·Â· ' '.-Â· The first, and third grades tied Tor mother attendance; Mothers and toachcrs of the fourth grades served refreshments. . The third grade children will be .n charge of Uie next meetings which will be held in May. j GOOD EVENING Pleasant Listening K O B E 1450 On Your DiÂ»l TONIGHT -- FRI. P.M. 4:30 . Evening Buycra Guide 0:00** Mark Trail 5:30** Clyde Bcatty 5:55 Victor. Borgo" G:00 UP News 6:15** Foulton Lewis, Jr. 6:30 - Let's Waltz . 0:45 UP' News 6:50 Sports. Cast 0:55" -Bill Hciir'y. and the New 7:00 Chambcnof .Commerce 7:15 Concert in--Miniature 7:25 Eddy Arnold V 7:30 Klwanls Club ; ( Â· Â· Â· 7M5 Guest Star' . . S:00 Falstaff Serenade 8:15" I LovÂ« A Mystery 8:30 J[Â»ffazlne Theatre 0:00 UP News 0:15" Mutual-Ncwsrccl 8:30 Starlight Concert . 9:55** -Mutual News 10:00 Sign Off ' TOMORROW -- SAT. A. M. 0:00 UP News 6:05 El Gorrido Mcxicano 7:00' At Your Service 7;lo U. S. Marine Corps 7:30 UP News 7:13 Showers of Blcmlngs 8:00 Morning Buyers Guide S:30 Fcmmc-Falr a-.-l.'j Cecil Brown Â· !l:0fl Your Home Beautiful 9:15 Soldier Serenade 0:30 OcorRlc. Crackers 10:00 News 10:05 Music ot the Tropics 10:10 KOBE Birthday Parly 11:00 So Proudly We Hall . 11:45' Public Health Program l?;00" Mart On Tlic Farm " Â· \Wr FrtrmHy Slutlon A " jftmiAi" NETWORK ' PARTY LINES Mrs. Louise B. Duntze of New Yorlt City, Is visiting her son, George Bcrthclon, of Mcsilla Parl!. Mrs. Duntze is the wife of John A. R. Duntze, well known Wild- Life artist, who died last year. Mrs. Duutzc expects to remain here until late in June. Junior-Senior Class Selccls Princesses For Annual Prom Carlcne Law, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Law, and .Marion Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Reynolds have been chosen 'to represent their classes is princesses for the annual Junior-Senior prom at -New Mexico AM college. The. prom will he hold April 7, at the Milton Hall ballroom. The junior class will carry out n Star Dust theme for the decoration of the ballroom. Miss Law is a junior elementary education major. She is a member and former vice president of Zota Tau Alpha, sofial sorority, and also a member of the Greek Council. Miss Reynolds is a senior mathc- .natics major. She is a member of the Physics club, the Coronado playmakers. and a member, and former president of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Glass Play To Be PresenledMonday Mystery- Excitement! Romance! Drama! That is what the seniors promise the audience when Ihoy present their class .play, "Lost Horizon," at 8 p. in. Monday, April II, In the high school auditorium. Tommy Rhodes, Mike Campbell and Clarence Chandler have worked out some very effective sound and lighting systems to aid In carrying out the mood of the play. The beautiful sets and costumes aid the actors in transporting their audience high in the mountains of Tibet to the lamlsary of Slmiurra La, beneath the lowering and beautiful mounlain- of Karakul-Blue Moon. The members of the cast are confident that "Lost Horizon" will be one of the. best plays ever to bo presented on the high school stage. Sister Of Local Man Succumbs'At Â·'Â· Home In Missouri Prof and Mrs. Carl Howard Imve relumed from Kirksvllle, Missouri where they were called because of the death of Professor Howard's sister, Dr. Clara H. Clev- 1 enper. Funeral rites were.conducted '.n Klrksville following Doctor eleven- (jcr'a death on Sunday, March 25, of n heart attack. Doctor Cleveiigcr was n professor 'of history and social science fit Kirsvillc State Teachers College since 1921. She had received her doctor's degree from Cornell in 103-1. I'KN SKKI.ETONS FOUNII ADIS ABABA l/FI'.-- Ten Â·skel- etons wcrc-ilug up.clurinE routine builUinjr'cxcavation work in down- own Addis Ababa. Police *re In- restigatlnp; one supposition that .he bones may be remains of per- ion.yslain during- the Italian occupation In the 30's. COMING EVENTS Tlic Mary Martha circle will hold a Rummage Sale, Saturday, April 7th at 406 South Main, near Dutch's Maiket. WJA will honor Girl Scout Leaders with a seated tea nt :i p. in. Sunday afternoon in the W I A clubhouse. Thc'fornmt of the modern newspaper was first established in Ven- cc in 156C, says the Booh of Know- edge, when guvernmcnt-fSponaored news sheets were displayed on the streets. ' - - ' Â· ' l^ ^iP^; I Sane mute? tuUZ we HALF FARE FAMILY PLAN Tundo/ Of WetJnetdnj-. your lam'Ay con Rf wilh you for holl (ore (oppliei looll children under !? J If both' patent* 90, one fliei ot noil (art. On* child under two it _ lorried frÂ«*. ' ' . Call your travel agent or 133. Ticket office at Airport SASHES 'FOR SPRING--Black silk" jci-sey 'and net arc- com-' bincd for.Â» New York designer's spi liifT. 1951, evening dress. Crossover bodice is r UnolleU with a swag of bright red taffeta, caught 'by a narrow black patent belt and extended to below the .hemline. The skirt is shaped of layers of pray and taupe net in front, and ack in back, over..black. taffeta. , (N. Y. Dress Institute I'hoto) CAPTAIN I'lCTUHKS POUT HALIFAX l.l'l -- Capt. J. Clvi- klenski of the Polish liner Batory said here neither New York ;lor Halifax is exactly what he likes in seaports. "Take the busy onler- taimnent of New York and mix II half-and-half with Halifax 'inlet hospitality -- and lhat would be just pcrfccl," he told reporters. It is estimated that accidents to legs and feet in U. S. industrial plants are responsible for an annual bill of nearly one billion dollars. I Will your insurance I pay Ihe doclor anc I hospital bills if some I one riding wilh you is [ hurl in an accident? COLLINS Ins. Agency 108 N. Church St. rnONE 02 Purity S P E C I A L ! MONDAYS - TUESDAYS - WEDNESDAYS For One Month Only . . . Com^norcirg Monday, April if NEW PERMANENT "ShovJie" OLD WAVE FOR SPRING . . . Regular $10 Permanent For Only RICKY'S BEAUTY SHOP in .OU BOB WEST PICACHO PHONE 112 Sornetlilucj m of sanforised ctnjliirn with adorable liolcro loprtfl Colon: lovrndor, Citin,. Sh,i : 1-l5. The BUDGET SHOP 135 N. Main . 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