Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 16, 1951 · Page 3
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Mond»yE».|jlng, -April, IS/ 19SI. LAS.CRIMES (N..MJ.SUN-.NEWS PAGE THHEE Progress:Club Has Program, Election Of New Officers U. A. NJriipls gave ri talk on Central America and displayed examples of Ind-.an weaving and pottery, at the Progress Club 1 meeting April 12th. Mm. Moon Sings ' / .JWrs. Robert Moon, who'studied at Northwestern University, sang '"In The. Silence of the Night", "Memory", and "Thy Sweet.Sing-, i ng", rind a n encore, "A Li ttlc China Figure". .She .Was-accompanied at. the piano by'Mrs* Ken? neth Bender. Thi membership; diainnan presented Mrs. Zariel Tyson. Mrs. Lee Elliott r'eportftd for the cancer committee. She said 331 surgical dressings were sent to Mrs. Jean A. Mitchell, to be -.given to the Dona Ana Health Department. Mrs. Robert' West'haver, chair- 1 man of the scholarship committee, announced that :i scholarship award has been 'm'ade to Nrina Louise Sow-ell, a major in zoology at .Ttdtft college:';; ' . ' : KltieUon of*Officer*! ' New officers elected were: president, Mrs. Paul Manncn; vice- president, Mrs., Harrison Maker; recording secretary,'Mrs. Carl Hall; corresponding secretary fm Mrs. Lettie Buchanan; treasurer, Mrs. Lee P. Elliott; student loan chairman, Mrs. R.. L.' .Wfi-sthaver; .auditor, Mrs. C. P. Wilson; --parliamentarian, Mrs. J. R. Toe. , .· Delegates appointed to the state convfn'tion arc:. Mesdamcs Ellis Walkln-v Paul Mnnn*n. M. A. Thomas. · . Mrs. C. K. Locke was presented as the Mother of the Year. Mrs, Locke presided- at the tea table and raspberry punch and' wh'ite cakes were served. Hostesses were; Mesdames Jess Weir, J. B. Munson,' H.. L. Hild- wlric, P. W. Cockrell, H. L. Gephart. Five AM-Students Are Initiated Into Honqrary Air Society ( in an iniation' ceremony here las't'week,-five''NiwMcxico AM students fi-oni Las Criices Mesilla. and 'Mesilla Park were/initiated into the'Arnold Air Society. Those 'initiated ·'' Wen?: Alvcs IJoV/en, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ilo'wen;' William' Boy kin."." son of Mi 1 , and Mrs. O. L. Boykin; Raymond Ca.no,.Mesilla; Jimmy Gonzales, 4pft".Vr. : X r; an[1 Mrs * p - T - G,onz«lf», "^"mVlGeorge- Wilder, -son Dofi-s Mardis 'Gives* Demonstration For San At the regular nieetlng of the San Miguel Extension club, Miss Doris Mardis was guest speaker. . Her topic was on pressing. She demonstrated the different uses for pads in ironing and explained what pressing next to wool does to- the material. . "An . Extension Club Member Lives" Here" will be the theme used on signs all 'members are to make to hang outside their homes for a week, beginning 'April 29. Those present -were: Mesdaraes Augiistln Gonzales! 'Ramon- Armendariz, R, B. Duran, R. P, Maya, Bobby Borimda, and a guest. Miss Helen Lopez. Teachers' Group Has Final Meet ·:,aii«'.Aj-ripld.Air Society is .T na- Uon.i^-jionor^ry .society named af- tir; Inc : latQ .Qenvat.H.,H. Arnold, It is.,the .pn"rpose;*or .the. organization' -to., further, the knowledge, and ·mining.nf '.tho -Air.HOTC'tttiftlents in-.(echnlcal;iind, educational meetings. 'Membership . in the society rt j-s i limited . to/' advance. Air ROTC students. . . . Brazil,;Argentina and Paraguay mtet;at the junction, of the rivers Tguas.su and Parana.. . '. . .. GOOD EVENING Pleasant Listening K O B E · 1450 On'Your.Dill TONIGHT -- MON. P . M . : ' ; . ' , . -1:30 Evening Buyers Guide Sibo*' .\fark'. Trail' " 4:43 Las 1 .Graces Furniture Calls : ' · 5:30" Clyde Bcatty 5:53 Victor Borgo 6:00 UP .News 0:15** Foulton LewiK, Jr.' 0:30 Ix^.t's Waltz . 0:40 .UP News ON'iO . Sports .Cast 6:55**;Bt)l-Heni-y and.the News 7:00 Concert Miniature 7:25 Eildy Arnold 7:30 Box, 13 (AJan Ladd) 8:00 FalBtaff Serenade'. 8:15** f Love'A Mystery 8:30 Wat.Front, Home Front 9:00 UP News 9:15** Mutual' News Reel 9:3(1 Jjfariifeht Concert 9:55** Mlltunl Reports Ihe Nfws in:6fl Sign Off .: TOMORROW -- TUBS. ·A-'M. (1:00 UP News .0:03 E) Corrido Mexieano -7:00** Robei-t Hllrleigh . .7:10" Tell Your Neighbor 7:30 Morning .News 7 MS Trading Post -·' · ' 8:00 Cecil Brown 8:15 Gather''Round Kids 8:2fi Mews 8:::0 ' Morninc; Buyers Guide 9:00 Morning Devotional 9:15 Music of .the Tropics 0:25 News . . . . 0:30" Cjueen for n Day J0;00 J.irkpqt Jn'mboree 30:2ri News 30:30 Facu/nnd Fun for ' · Kveryohc; ·]0:4fi«.' Ruth Ptrvy Presents 31:0(1 Celrlc -Foster 3i:ifi Luncheon with Lopez ']1H5 To.lv'Kontalno- ' '· Gafic of the Day x a E Dona Ana County Classroom Teachers held their ftnn] meeting, April G, at the Junior High. Miss Kupenia-White, president, presided during the business meeting and final reports of the committees were, given.. , It was announced a leadership conference W *H -J« held at 1:30 p, m. Ap'ril 20, at Hatch. All classroom teacher officers arc urged to attend. Reports of Lhf Southwest Ke- gional Conference were given. The meeting was .held in Denver and six local members attended. Miss White reported on the legislative techniques; -Vulora Reed, international relations; Daisy Muggins, professional standards: Winnie Rich, the non-participating teacher; Ethel Baker, organization clinic. ' ' -Mrs. Rex Bell, superintendent of the Gadsdcn school, spoke on "School Finance In New Mexico". Following the talk, a discussion period was held. The following newly elected of-. ficers were installed: president, Ethel Baker; vice-president, Lucy Lawrence; secretary, Edna Tracy; treasurer, Hill Coloman. Mrs. Essie Stoy presented Misa Euge.nia White.with a gift. Miss White has.just completed two years, as president of the local association. Church Circle Has Talk On-Holy kind ' 'Mrs. P. W.'Co'ckeriirwas'hostcss' for the Viola Broaddus circle, Ap- rir 9.. ·MTivW; A. Sutherland,pre- sidcd.and';Mrs. N. B: Stevens gave. the devotions.. . . · ·; For the. program, W. A..Sutherland .gave a .vivid and interest-, ing: description of his stay in the Holy. Land, while on his . trip around the. world.. Following the meeting refresh-, ments/were served. . Valley Garden' Clu : b Announces Dale For Annual Flower Show ' H'lo'oka ns though the cold season is over and there will be sufficient spring flowers for the Mesilla Valley Garden Club-Flower Show to open, April '25, at the WIA clubhouse. Roses- are beginning !o bloom, -but many predict the show will, be .predominantly un iris' display ihis year. Classifications will be the name as in past years, and will be listed later in. the week. Mrs.'Harry Schifferele-is president of the Garden club, and members of the show committee are Mrs.' Herman Pitts, Mrs. Robert Porter, and MM. Allan McCombs". H. H. Brook 4-H Club Has Regular.Meeting- ' The H. H. Brook 4-H club held its regular meeting at the home' of Ediu and Wilma Hanna. Edie Hanna gave a demonstration on "Good Grooming." Refreshments were served to the following 1 'members: Janet Elliott, Marion 'llomback, ' Janice " Evans! Mat:tha Chantey, Nancy Suthcr- lin, Karin Smith. Virginia Allford, Peggy Augestine, Edic Hanna and Maitha Morgan. . · Leaddrt) present were: Ve'idamos S. E. Elliott. S. Giuild, and Wilma Hanna. Sola Mae Waters, a new member and Gerrie' Noble, a tfuest were 'also present. Picacho P-TA Meeis .. To Install Officers . Mrs. Allan Duttman. District Dir rector of 'P-TA, installed, new officers of the Picucho P-TA, April 12. ' Officers' are: president, ..Mrs. Carl Nukayama; first x-ice-president, Mrs. Bill Summers; second vice-president, Mrs. Eufracia Bane- gtis; recording secretary. Mrs. John Harris; correspond!ng secretary, Mi's. Catarino Melendroz; treasurer. Mrs. Joe Taylor. Mrs. Harvey's room *vvas in charge of i' ; program and her room also ./on the attendance count. j Refreshments were served by: Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Bridges, and Mrs. Summers. An interesting film, "Arts and Crafts of Mexico," was shown. Jt was voted to send a delegate to the State Convention at Clovis. Woman's Auxiliary Of Baptist Church Has April Meeting · The Young- Woman's Auxiliary of the First Baptist church met :it the, home of Mrs. W.- T. Hall, Thurday evening, April 12. Guewt speaker was Miss Bernice Elliott, State Young- People's Secretary who gave a very interesting talk about the work of the Y. W. C. A. and about i its history. Special music was u violin n.ilo by Miss Shirley Ha Hard and the devotional was given by -Mrs. Jft^ L. Wbfford. Jr. Following" the program delicious refreshments of punch and cake were served. Those present were Miss Elliott, Mrs. Wofford, Mrs. Hull, Mrs. J. R. Poo, Irene Albcrson, Connie Ei- chcholt/,; \TuiieN-Phillips, Blllie The man ivho gels action through his news discoveries! FULTON LEWIS, JR. your Wcuhinglon conetpaiulait TONIGHT 6:15 KOBE ' And Every Night "' Monday Thru Friday Mutua! ' Broadcasting System fc 'r^!*^ is easy going 'A K. Santa Fe J W. Direct Albuquerque connection with The Chief Leavc'lo! Crtnes 12:55 om Arrive Albuquerque 7:45 om The Chief Streamliner 'Leovo Albuquerque- 8:30 om Arrive Chitdjo 10:30 am 'Small lutfa ForcAdvand Rttirvolion Ntctttar/ CAtli Smii Ft Titl;« Oilier. Tcttflwae: 1.1 . ' 800 \V. Lit Cri.fei Av(.. l.n.i Cincf j,- X. M. · J. I.. IMit.My. Acmt _ .States -King- Code should, lie observed as enacted' by the 77th Congress. ' " "Every woman's organiatlon should bo n defense post, on «?mird against any proposal or movement which might weaken our* independence. Women must ' keep pace with the murch of modern warfare, and be alert to the dangers menacing our American Waiiy of Life." Itnlc-s Ilcpirdinji L'"l;ig The rules regarding the use of the United Nations flag, as js- wticd by the Deparlment of Public information of the United Nations st Lake Success, Now York, i ^ . . _ . , _ _ , . . . end ; is printed in the Prrss Ding the extremely cruclaT'year" o f ! **-, of the U. A. R. ntv: 1951, this subject is being.ernpha-'. '1'hcy set forth tlmt the United sized by the local-chapter 'fn-: : nust j -Va lions flag "mn.il new be sub- of its 1951 programs. ''. ' ordinntrd to other flags either in D. A: R. MeetsTb Select Theme For The Coming Year -The Daughters of the.,American Revolution met Saturday 'at' the home of Airs. B. C. 1 Snow with Mrs. J. Emory Vcnablc, Regent, as co-hostee,!!. -Tlie 1951 yearbooks were presented to the members. In accordance with tne policy of the national, society to emphasize national defense as a program prog: In-int! For Year . National defense is to play an important part in the 60th Continental Congress of the Doughters of the American Revolution which is now in session in Washington. D. C. at D.A.R. headquaitcrs. sie or position." In a circle of flags, the United Nations Flag 1 must always .be placed on the flagpole opposite the main entrance. 'South Ward P-TA To Install Officers Pclc Pascoe. . Miss Helen Caffcy, librarian will show books and speak on tin vacation librarv: PARTY LINES- 'Visitors in the home of Mr. a n d ! Mrs Hai;ry Shifferle, are -Mrs. j Shifferle's nephew mid wife. .Mr. j nncl Mrs. Hart Kiztwoller. who :ir-| lived from Honolulu, yesterday, on their wuy u New .Jersey. Sammy Garcia, sige Kt, Uun:i Ann, Now Mr-xico, is a surgical j patient at Southwestern General hospital, hi?, condition is described "good" by hospital officials*. A u t o anil Other Fluiinrlng , . C'hUton Limn-A"ln«iminf«-C". ' The^Road to Failure'is Paved with Wasted Assets GroRCE S.AV\Y COMPANY D iovnt*+- C^^vfJLtnJiM^ W e i l e r n D i v i s i o n 2?] Geary .Street, Sin Froxclu. 2, Ctlif. Eitabliihvd 1925 was enjoyed. Mrs. .P. M. Baldwin presided at the i j ice ' covered table which was 'teuonitcd with spring f!ower«. GuuHts were Dr. nni! Mr.-?. P. M. Baldwin and Mrs. W. K. Clou horn. both ends. When the host nation':* ffiig 1 and- the United Nations ''la ii'r'n the only ones displayed, ihey should occupy equal positions. ;ic- In lino, cluster, or semi-circle of flags, Uie United Nations flag Mrs. James B. ration, president j must ha piaffed ;it the center, or, genera] of the D.A.R. in her r e - j vvhem two flags are available at cent cross-cou n try ton r d u ri ng which she visited a number of 0. A. R. state conferences stressed national defence. -Mrs. Patton ;iaid: r , .., "America's fundamental, free- ! i-onling tn tho rule;;. doms and principles must b'fc "fife- T n oU , PI . u . on]: . lhp united Na- guardcd in international dealings, j lions nag always has equal -n- Independence of action docs Jot | pref{ , n . Q(1 pOH iu on t o - o t h e r flags, mean advocating isolationism. We ! These .rules violate the United oppose any world government I stalea" nag Code which Uic scheme which would in any way j DaughTcrs of the American Rev- restrict our sovereign rights." j oimkrn u'rc "trying to protect. U. S. King Comes First . I D.A.R. Sdituiiicnts I'ralsril "We object to flying the United Reports from all parts of ihe Nations flag above or in equal j ,. nuiltr y have'praised the slate- prominenec with our United States : ,,; OIll j.' O f the piesidcnt general of flag, on American soil. There is ;io · U|0 D A R r e K n nling the -v-opcr need over to display the United | ([Se uf the Un i lcrl Nations flag and Nations flag except at 'a United Nations meeting. The United Claikson, Shirley Billiard, Noln Cnuldick, Nelva Craddiclt, Donna Piihiphrey. Sue Clark. Shirley A.l- ford and Clarice lln.II. p(lining her c-iforlK to protect (lie United Stiite;; Fliig Code .is enacted by Congress. Pr. P. M. IJaldu-in, spoken on the "Sevpn Cities of Cilml i.' 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