Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 15, 1951 · Page 9
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 9

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Sunday, April 15, 1951
Page 9
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LAS PAGE" KINS" WritersiCliibHas Fourth Birthday · The.Writers club of Las Cruces celebrated Its fourth birthday on Wednesday evening- with a ham- Burger party at. thc.,home oj Mr. 'and Mrs. Homer Gruycr. On account of the'unseasonably cold weather-the, affair which had been planned for the lovely patio of the Gruvcr home was moved indoors where .the picnic supper was served informally. Mrs. Paul Conklin assisted Mrsi Glider with the hospitality. Several guests were present. Summer Plans Made At the business meting which followed the meal p}ans for the coming, meeting's and for,summer were "discussed. Dr. Conklin' announced the.coming convention of the New Mexico Folklore ''Society which will be held in Las Cruces | on .May 12. " p lie/requested the cooperation of the ^cliib in publicizing this meet- r ing, to which.anyone interested in the subject of New Mexico traditions-and folklore-is cordially welcomed. ' ' SUit Prcrfjontcd ' ' ' ' . After the business meeting a \, short* skit was presented'by Miss Margaret' Lawrence' in which the members and guests all took part. This" was a pretended radio 'announcement of a "Super-colossal Limerick Contest." Entry blanks were supplied, but instead of the customary "box-top 1 qualifier, ^each blank demanded some unusual object, such as "some salt that had been sprinkled on a. bird's tail and a feather to prove it" so thy limerick contest became a gort of scavenger hunt with Rome -very amusing results. Prize winners were Miss Isabel McGregor and Mrs. O. C. Cunningham. Catholic Club Meets With Mrs. .The Catholic Women's club held its monthly meeting April 9, with' Mrs. Walter Rountrec. Mrs. Harry Schifferlc was corhostess. There were 28 members present. ' A group of club women went to El Paso to the Confraternity of Christrian Doctrine, held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Rountrce had a beautiful arrangement of tulips and flowering jasmine in her home. Refreshments were .served. Pilot Club To Honor Bosses "Bosses' Night,." an annUat event of the Pilot club will be observed at 7. p. m. Monday night, April 10, at . · On this occasion, members of the Pilot club! Will.havetheir bosses as guests for dinner and an evening, of" entertainment. . . , This. yeat\ the prpgrdm will feature- Dr. 'Claude' Dove/'on'«a-'quiz program, and'l?'hil Mca'd, who-win sing.-Mrs.-Friedh KJttieJson. will b* toast mistress'. . = ·, . ; ' . Newjpf ficcrrf foKthYcaming year will'-be;introduced..THi»y arc: pres- ideriU'Mrs.'-Eioise Dukti;' fty-St vtcq pfesicldnt; Mri Lillian.:.'/ Harvey; second vice;president; Miss.Helen Rookery rfccdrdiri£ sepretary, !trs. Eloise ^ElHs';,. corfedppndthjj sec|* tary,-Miss-Mary "Suttpn;- treasurer, Mlsg Evahgcitnfe, purio";. directors, Mrs. [Bernice 1 ' Lytel .'and · Miss ZeU'ElHs. . S ' ' ' . ' .1 - : " i ; · ; ' coMOsiG EVENTS Dona -Ana 1 Republican /Women will meet/at noon,'..Thursday)-/n't Vonnic Lee's..Th'cre will he ft£ucst speaker". All ..persons '..interested. f are invited. For reservations, "call; r 57 or; 291-J: . . . ' '. ' '·? .. \ .-.'. : . '*, ·_' . ',- / · . The Dona ,Ank Cobnty : Womferi ,y Voters, will meet at- .7:30 p. m. \\ Friday; ApHV^O, at the..Chamber of .^ommerc(i. ,All rtembferd and' nny IHteteatcd- women Arc,invited; GOOD KOBNING Pleasant Liiieiiiiig K O B E USD On Your .Dial: SUNDAY ..- ··. A.M.'' · ·' . . . \], . 7:00 News. ·'.' t ',''i'.'; 7:15 Sunday. Serennde/f.. . . 7:30. Dixie Foul- Quartet . 7M5 ' Bible Timc.^ .: i '"' . 8:00 Church.of .Christ' 8:30 ·Assembly of God . " . 9:00 Back to. Cod''··'.: 9:30 Reviewing Stand-. 10:00** Voice of Prophecy . . 10:30 -Wm. Hillman News 10:45 . Frank Ernest 11:00 Firft Presbyterian ' Church P.-M. 12:00 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:30 Snhite to Reservists UP'News . . . ^ ' Georgetown Chbir Gospel Broadcast Baptist Hour 2:00** Under Arrest 2:30** Martin Kunc 3:00«« The Shadow 3:30** True Detective 4:00**- Roy Rogers .'. ·l:SO*«.Nick Carter '- -" · · 5:00 :Ave Maria Hour'. . 5:30 Affairs of Peter Salem 6:00 . Sports News- f 0.6:05 ..UP News ffr;20' 'KOBE Concert'Hour ' '6:B5 'IIP News .-... · ·· 7:00 Damon Runyori Theatre 7:30 Committee 6n ; Preprint Danger 7MS War .Review : '·'--'·· 8:00** Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra 0:00 Wild BIHHlckok 0:25 News . ^ . ' 5:30 Lyn Murray "Show 0:,15** Mutual News,, 10:00 Sign Off K Q B E Your friendly Sliilinn A MtrriJAr. NCTWORK . AKF1MATB Story Contest To Be Closed In May . The annual high school short story contest, sponsored by the Writers club, will end on May first when the manuscripts arc to be in the hands of the judging com- meittee made u p ' o f Gfna Allen, Theron Trumbo and Paul Conklin. Students from a number of high schools in Donn Ana rotmty will submit manuscripts of not over 3000 words in length. These should be sent directly to Mr. Conklin by the deadline date set. . . A prize of 510 for the best story anil $5 for the runner-up'is "being offered. Mrs. Florence Kaiser, arid others in the Writers" club arg working on the project. ; t The Writers club is planning; a meeting for the latter part of May,' when manuscripts will be read and awards given personally, to the winning contestants. ' , Party Is Given For,. Mrs. Kenneth Hench A party to honor Mrs. Kenneth, Hench was held Thursday night in the home of Mrs. J. T. Eeds. The occasion was to present gifts .to Mrs. Hench, before going tn the hospital. Hostesses were: Mcsdtimcs P. .1. Lcyendccker. J. T. Ecds, .William Stevens, H ,E. Drcgne. Guests were; Mesdames 2. Tyson,, W. E. Flint, Z. L. Sedronsky. C. R. Hall. R. E.-Harper, S. P. Collins. -. J. D. Enzie. Herbert Liston, R. W. Learner, Rex Allen, George F. Lockwood, L. L. Rudcliffe, Carl Jacobs, W. H. Foitcnb'erry, "C. A. Olson. · . - ' Junior, Catholics Hold Initiation The Junior Catholic Daughters of America held an initiation for new members, April 8, at Palmer Lodge.' Following the initiation the girls attended church in a group. A social was held in the afternoon and dancing and refreshments were enjoyccf by the, girls. Mrs. J. Alexander, president of the senior Catholic Daughters, was a special guest. · Girls initiated were: Abir.ita Anaya, Angplita and ICrnestine Bancgas, Esther Chavez, Juanita Delgado, Patsy Lucero, Hcrtha Marin. Natalia and Josephine Monies, Lita Provcncio, Nellie Rivas, Ernestine Smith, Betty Strickbfir. Jackie and Irene Ward. Members and guests present were; Mary Lou Amcsquita Alicia Chapiro, Elvira Contreras, Stefana Delgado,'Mary Gomez, Dolores Lucero Mary Jane Montes, Olga Padilla, Clara Rivas, Maggie Rivera, and Genevieve Rodriguez. Counselors present were: Simon Delgado Rosllie Lucero, Mrs., George Banegas, Rosalie Banegas. Chrislian Church To Hold Convention The" First Christian church will -be ' host fo a -one day.; District Convention of Christian churches, Monday, April 16. . There will bo a meeting at 2:30 p. m. for \yomen, Mrs. R. S. Howland will be the speaker and Mrs. Walter Hardy will sing. · At 6:30 p. in. there will be a covered dish dinner. Rev. Ballen- der, youth leader will be the speaker. The evening service/will be held at 7:30 p. m. and the speaker will be" Rev. Walter Haskel, mission .iry who has just returned from China. Mr. Jenkins will sing. 4-H Humming Birds Have Cooking Party ·i-H Humming- Birds met Mon? day, April 2, for their regular meeting:. All.members were present except Gene Ann Cox. Monday, April 9th, the Humming' Birds held a cooking p'arty instead of a stenciling: party as originally planned. Barbara Ullem made punch and Ann Pettegrew baked a cake. DEFEE'S WATCH SHOP Next to f h* Food Mart OPEN 15th Walch Repair Service . ALL WORK .GUARANTEED SPECIAL VALUES SAVINGS UP TO 3C CLOTHES PINS 18-spring type 19c OIL CLOTH 46" --. per yard 39c Bathroom Scales Reg. $6.95 $5.49 LAWN MOWER 16" ball bearing $15.45 IRONING BOARD All melal, with pad $8.95 HEDGE SHEARS 8" blade $1.49 ALARM CLOCK and cover $1.98 FLOOR MOPS Guaranteed 89c GARDEN HOSE 25 fi. - $3.29 50 fi. - $5.98 HOSE NOZZLE Solid Brass 79c GARDEN TOOL 3-pc. sot 59c BROOMS Nice and light $1.29 WATER PAIL 10,qi. Galv. 89c HARDWARE-AUTO SUPPLIES 221 S. MAIN LAS CHUCKS, X. SI. PARTY LINES ; Louise Buckley, tlaughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Willis R. Hiicltlcy, and Jo Anne Connally, (laughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Connelly have been initiated,into Ketn Tan Alpha, national social sorority nt'Nevv Mexico A]\[ College. . Miss Buckley is a freahman Arts and Science major. Miss Connally is a freshman business administration major. - * William Eoykin, son of Mr. "nnd Mrs. G, L. Buykin; Hampton Lisle, son of Lt. and Mrs. H. B. Woods, and JainoK Roners, son of Mr. -ind Mrs, Joe Y, Rogers, have been initiated into Tau Kappa Epsilou, national social fraternity" at. .New Mexico AM college. Boykin is a freshman majoring in history and social science. Lisle is a freshman engineering major. Rogers is also a freshman- majoring in engineering. ir William Hursch, soil of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. iiursch, and Jesse Richardson, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.. Jesse U. Richardson, 1mve linen pledged to Tau Kappa Epsilon, national social fraternity at New Mexico AM college. They are both freshmen at the college. Vr Michael Johnson, who has been 'isiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnson, left Monday afternoon to return to the Nuval-base at San Diego, Caiif. * Cpl. Donald M, Cameron returned Thursday from 11 one day In-, formation and Education confer-i Sew AM (I Sew Chth Has Regular Meet The Sew and Sew club met Wednesday In the home of -Mrs. Hudson MurrcH. Sara Loomis was hostess. Roll t'til! was answered by fa- vorate quotation. The hostess assisted by Mrs. MutTcll. sen'od re- "freslinicntf} to the following members: Mcsdames I. F. Crawford, L. F. Prntt, T. A. Kelso, C. L,. Brooks. W. E. Whitfield. D. M. Bailey. Bliss Freeman, Fj-cd Gatton, W. H. Strickland, C. T. Mui-rell, Herbert Yoe. A. W. Marklcy, W. E. Gcau, Morris Evans, Foster Gentry. Guests were Mrs. C. A. Douglas and Mrs. Dosch. Past Matrons Club Has Meeting With Mrs. C. E. Tede ' The Past Mau'ons club met with Mrs. C. E. Tede, Thursdny. Members. present were: Nancy Games, Bertha Thaxton, Maudo S. Redmond. Mary 13. Hnngas, Mary Stump, Abhie I-'arnswarth, IJernicc Salsman. Jonn Durban tl I. Lyndell G. Morrjs. Nancy fi. GooUioe. Gertrude L. Mc.Carty. Gertrude K. Dnvison, Mnry E. Pet- tigiow, Ruth Overpeck, Ruth G. Cluck. Ethel B. Tede. Refreshments were a dessert, tea and coffee. The next meeting" will be a picnic with Fay Wliealley and Hattic Beene as hostess. once at 8th Air Force Headquarters. 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