Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 26, 1951 · Page 3
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Thu«d»y Evening, April 28, 19S1 LAS CRUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS PACSp THREE Auxiliary Group Provides Books For Patients ; JlemiliiK matter!,was dibiributetl U patients at; Memorial General hospital Monday afternoon when Urn Women's auxiliary put its honk c a r t , to work for the .first'time. Mrs. G. A. Feather, project chairman of the Auxiliary nhd Mrs. Russet K. Bartlett, library 'chairman, were in charge ' o f - d i e t Hby lion. . ' . In addition, to Books and. niAga- ?,\I\CK contributed to .the hospital, the. cart 'has-.been" stocked .ynth books lent -. by Braiilgan library. Mrs. MarkKum Swart z and/Mrs. O. H. Brown, Hrnnigftn library iioarc! members-are .servirig on.lhr auxiliary library. torn;nittee'-m r an advisory capacity.".The hooks distributed Monday" were- selected by Oiom. .'- ' · · · ' ' Administrators and nur.sea «L the hospital were unanimous in expressing their thanka to the auxiliary for filling n lonfj felt need. "Wiry haven't you been here b«- fnrr." qnirled one nurse. "Wc'.vc spent fco much time looking for appropriate books, or magazines." Thnlr interest as well as thiil of Hie patients aspires the continu- nncc of the library project. Dist.i-ibutidn- of reading mailer will lake place twice each .wcult. On Thursday afternoon -Mrs. -p. A. Kenther will be in-charge," "assisted by MVP. Howard Klein. The" following Monday Mrs. Rustic! Bart- Irtt will be assisted by Mrs. Ollie T snacks. Piano Pupils To Be Presented In Recital Mrs. O. C. Stldham will present her piano pupils In a recital prop-am nt 7:30 p. m. Saturday, April 28, at the First Baptist church. Pupils participating wlll.be: Ann Mufsteillelv Janice Williams, .lim- my Balril, Eddie. Uttle,. Carole Wallace, Judy Wallace, Roberta Taylor. . . , Barbara Ann .Taylor, Carolyn Cothcrn, Elaine Socolofsky, Judith Ann Scott, Tommy Simpson, .lim- mic Leigh Vcrmilllon, Nancy Mae Hanks, Lavona Dykes. The public is", cordially invited. Favorilo Has Meeting Al WSPG Kl Chiti Fnvorito met at. tlic hnmn of Mrs. Jack' VMcricin, of Wliitc SaniLs,' Sunday; April 22. pinRii wns played during- the cvonins and Mi's. Joe'Mclrndrcn was the winnrr. Mrs. Joe Rivera Kvon the contest pi-izc. Mr:i. Tinnie Diaz and Mrs. Miltc Guerra rc- | crivnl gifl.i from.'their imprcltas. * Members present were: Mcs- iditmps. Marcos Saenz.' Mike Guer| ra, Ruben Garcia; 'Simon Rivera, I Kuacbio kiiblo, Luis Ercs, Joe Rl- F v p r a , Lencho Montoya, Joe Melen- ilres. , ... . · . . - v Dick Romero,' Tom Garvuy, Tiii- ·*n1e Diaz. "Tony Bamcastle, Paul Querrnro; .Joe Roniero, Sam Duran, and the hostess-^··;·.. .--j- .;·, |* The ncxL-meeting will be^iitvtlie i /liomc.of Mrs*J,^tkrshaUi at,..John; Talk. On'Orient To Be Highlight Of WIA 'Meeting The. Women's Improvement Association meeting Friday will fea- ture'Mrs. Charles Candy, who will tnlk about her personal experiences of housekeeping in the Orient. .The will also display her { collection of Oriental handwork j and art. " * ' ! Mrs. Gandy has seen the Orient ;;t widely different times. First, in 1014, wiicn her father wns .stn- lioncd in CorrcKidor. While there she met Col. Gandy. Whoiy iihc mrrricd in 1916.,She returned 10 the Orient 20 yen 1-3 later and again-in the army of occupation. Of importance, too, will bo u election of officers. .· and reports on the State Convention in Hobbn. A member of the leglslalh committee. Mrs. Joe Smith, will give a. review of our government 1 ! Fur Eastern policy, and its relation to the MacArthur-Truman dispute. Phil Mead will .sing three num hers, "Vision Fugitive." hy Mas sinet; "Ash Grove" by Britten "Old Man River", from Khou Boat. Hoslosjxfi will hi: McH'l:imes L E. Fmdcnthal. Hudson MurroH Casper LutK, C. R. Qucscnbcrry W. B. Shelley. ' COMfNG EVENTS The Shriners will hold a dann at fl p. m. Friday 'evening at tin Country club. -Music will be b the College Crew, and all Shrinci*.* their wives and dales arc invited 4-H Club To Have NationalSunday Once ii£fUn the lime is u pp roach - £ when an effort I s ' niadu to turn the thoughts of »H -^H Club joys and.girls to tilings in spiritual life. Each year the National Coniinfltcc on Boys' and Girls* Club work designates onu Sunday s'fl National -l-H.Club Sunday., This year 1-H Club Sunday comes on April 20. A leader pointed out t h a t "we would like, to enlist your aid In helping us observe National 4-11 Club Sunday in Dona Ana county. You mifiht do this hy inviting the ·1-H groups in your community to attend your church, in a body; by recognizing »;! 4-H Club members in your congregation; or by a illation in. your churoh bulletin. ' "One grna lender has said. 'When country church bells Stop ringing, religion will" disappear iroin the face o f ' the earth.' Won't you help us develop a well-rounded rural youth by administering to West Picacho School To Presenl Operetta - The sluilclUs or West I'icachn school will present the operetta "The Slip ot n .Slipper" at 7 p. in. I'Tldciy, April Ti. Tlie upclvttn IB I he story of Cinderella brought up to date. Members .of the cast arc: Cinderella, Gwendolyn Nceilhain; Prince Frederick. Alton Smith; Fniry Godmother, Rutli . .Moore; Cou'nt- CS3 do Suui-berry, Dora. Chavnz; Prunellu. , Annie Chavez, qlara- bclln, Corina MiUsuba. Bonnie Chavez will br !n charge of Ihe lighting and stage managers will be Muriel' Cohorn and Robert Maese. The costiimrs to lie worn were especially designed for the operetta. The public is invited to attend. their spiritual needs, particularly on Ibia one day. Let's all help to keep church bells ringing:, not onl in Dona Ana county and New Mexico, but throughout, the nation and the world, by developing the youth of today." Final Championship Match In Golf Tournament Will Be Played Sunday Championship finals in the \*R- dies Golf Tournament will be played at l:;',0'p. m. Sunday, at the Country club. Audi-en Palmer defeated Jean Hartllnc. defending cnnmplnn, 1-np. In the semi-finals, and Thclnra Flowers defeated Ell«» Hum. Finals will be played by Andrea Palmer against Tlielma Flowers. MrmlH-rs Prrsi'iit At the regular meeling Wednesday the following members were prcsont: Mary Jane Slinggs. Marion Gilchrlst, Jean Harllinc. Lucille Hall, Barbara llridlcr, Alyce Alcott, Jean McCormicU, Marjoric Newell. · " ' " *" . Betty Ruth Flitter, Betty Little, Ida Mae Snow, Julie Green, Francis Bennett. Betty Goodwin. Nell Jordan. Violet Porter. Clco Dciine. Lillian Vlnminill and ilarylyn Bo- inar. a new member. · Nominating Coiiimltlw Members of the nominating com- miltec for new officers will lir: Ruby H^'ans, chairman, Violet I'or- ler. lielty Little. Katherine Her- riweathcr. Lillian Hammll'l. They will present a list of candidates who will be voted on at the first meeting in May. Ida Mac Snow was hl;:h at bridge ural Mary Jane Skaggs high at canasta. Colt play was low net. Lillian Hammill won the i;olf hall and Cina Allen won the tecs. l'INT-Sl/.Kl) SAFETY COUIISK HDMONTON l/Pi -- The trafl'ic safety program here includes 3 " t r a f f i c kindergarten." A minia- ttirc street intersection complete with traffic lights, designed lo give youngsters practical instnic- tions in the the proper methods of crossing busy streets. PARTY LINES Laura Van Snow, assistant professor (if the business administration at state cullcRo. was elei'tcc! a member of the Board of Directors of the El I'aiio Brunch of National Office Management, at n banquet held last niylit. She has boon a delegate since last November ami has attended the dinner meetings once a month since then. Mrs. Irene and .Miss Dorothy Richardson of the City Beauty Shop have returned fityai attending the. New Mexico Hairdressers' f i f t h annual convention at the Hotel Hilton, in Allniuuerque. They attended the linir-slylinR clinic under the direction of .Miriam Cordwell, of .New York City. ·* Mrs. H. J. Schrocder left today for Clovis to attend the State Parent-Teachers Convention, to oc held April M-2S. She Is n delegate from ilacArthur school. May Oil Prochiclion Set By Coinniissioii SANTA KE, April 20 -A-l'i -New Mexico's allowable oil production for Hay was 'set hy iho Oil Conservation Commission yesterday at 02 barrels' daily i»:r well. i That is the same as the April allowable for wells of 5,000 foot or less. ' Allowable production IncreaFcn with depth of the well to a maximum of C.7fi limes the base ll- gure for wells 12.000 lo 1D.OOO feet deep. c/KCii rui'iLS SUITING PKAGUE --I/PI-- One out of ev cry 20 pupils fails in the schools of' Bohemia and Moravia, the Czechoslovak News Ag'ency said in reporting a school inspectors conference here. So teachers [ire being urged to improve their work "according to the example of Soviet pedagogics," it said. About 444,000 acres of swcc potatoes arc expected to he.grow on U. S. farms in 1951.. New Automatic Washer SELECr-O'p/AL POES EVERYTHING- FOR YOU! Frill(UirVs Liv*-W«l*r Action geti N*w Convtminct! Hti in kitchen or clolhet raallyclvan.. .and Ihe Select- laundry at table-height. Needi no O-Dia! lilt you pr«-icltct tht washing bolting down. t!m« you w a n t . , . Itien everything Ii . . . . . . ,,. . done automatically. Htrt are a few R°Hry-S F m! Clolhit aro *pun i» f.aturf t ycni should com. In and J.e. *ry »m« or* reody^ for Ironing, lifetime f«rc4laln FinUh imide and * PultaUr AclUn! Keept clolhei In out. frotecti agalnttfint, soap, grease, water oil the lime, not holf-In, half -out. 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Sanforized, elasti- cried bod. 6011 fiT 7 ^ Sanforized Vat Dyecf LITTLE BOYS' S P O R T S H I R T S Siici 1 to 3 £ to 6 Ass-jrled Colors "Boys Go B O X E R S H O R T 3 w / / / A«orlc«f Mjlid cultr cot- tun twill boxffr iboili. Sanforized' 2 (o 6, rH f (.*. MTHQMY LAS CRUCES

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