Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 10, 1951 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO .:LAS ciiifrcfcs IN. M.J STO-NEWS Thursday. Evening, May 10. 1951 Junior High Students Will Present Comedy Curtain time, will be 8 o'clock tonight for "lirothnr COOKS.'", lo In; presented by thn Jack and Jill players in the J u n i o r Hiffli auditorium. The-- piny Is n delightful commfy In three ;ICLK ;md promises an uvcniiijj f lit lighter a n d amusc- · inent. Mfjmhr-rs of I IIP excel Jent cfist f : Jeff, Billy Cai-trr; Peggy. nuhlnc:; WCH. Undcll , . ICnrllnc nuhlnc:; WCH. Undcll Mitchell; Carol. Elilrlru- K;!ly; Hy, Carolyn Rnmney; Mr». Trimmer Carolyn Rnmney; Mr». Trimmer, Kirby McMsihon; Kvr- M.-IHOII, Patsy Fortcnbmry; Lcnmirc, Pally S m i t h ; llnh-n, Shirley Rhodes; Siinili, POKK.V Slcnpy; truck driver PIIV Williams Ladies' Golf Club Will Have Annual Formal Saturday Mnmtiprx " % bf the Ladies' Oolf chit) completed .plans for their annual spring formal :it their r*gii- l i i r meeting 'yeHinrday. The dance will be held from H "to 12 p. m. May 12 'and 1 the' Four Duecea will play. While Sandj) peVsonncl will In' honored guests. Diiii'.-c Commit I CP 'M umbers n f . die rcfre/ihniRnl riirtimiUie will be: Yvonne Thompson, ch;itrrnan;v, Lucille Hall, Barl i a r a Brldler, Ruby Evnnn. Finn f l u t e . Millie Hiiyner, Kalhcrinr "M*!iTi\vp;ithcr. PlniiK WM-P film marie, for the brunch lp he fold Mny 20. Betty L i t t l e find Julta Green will be ]mKtPKS'?K. It wnfj pnnounced that the ca- U-rJnp- Service has tiwn dlscon- l i n n e d and sandwich luncheons will In* bt'lU for the ri-Kl-of the summer. Guests present at the Wednc-H- d u y i it ei 1 tint; \v«ro Mrs. N f i n c y S.-iMiir, Shrcvrporl; ' Mrs. Van Sfoggins. Aloutercy, Mexico; Mis. Hiirni-lt, l^os Angeles. .·Mcriihffi M(-tnbeiH present were:- Mary .him- Sltagg.4, Marion Gilchrlst, Krjif-.stinr GHrrlfion. Hurbara Brld- Ifr, Klll-y Kvan.i'MarJfiric Nuwell, Ellwi Hum. Jo NPM'ul). FUiHBic Mionsnn. Juliii cjroi-n. B'-'tty Goodwill, Y v o n n e Thompson, Kulherini? MvirlwirJithtT, June TurrenUnc. PC/: C'ujiii-k, Lilli;m HnmniPl). Vin]i-l Put tcr. Jfiiii HsrlMnr-, Grana Alli'ii. M I l M c Iliiyni'i 1 . Alyco A l - i ' O t l . MII rirm O i l r h r i H t wii.s high at c n n n H l i i and Alycc A l c o t t high at jinli. Hoslc.'isc:; for nc-xl woek '.nil bi- M;uy SkiiggH nnd Alyrt- All-nit. Folklore Society 'To Hold Meeting I'*in;iJ n r i n n n i ' m m i L s Ji:ivn bitcn i n n i p l f t ' - ' l TNI UK.' a n n u n l m r n l l n j ; uf i lie Nf.v .Mi'Xifii Folklore Ko. ] · ( · h i ' i c and n t S t n t u College, 'Jils K ; i ( n n l : t y . Vlsltyrn from nil (ivi-i (.hi- H l a t o arc oxpci'tcU. A ml! day's activity i.s Kchcduled; lu:;io a. in., registration, Milton l l a l i . tftnti' t;oili'tic. li a! m., pi-«- j ^ i j t M i . K u r i i l t y KiMiin, Milton M u l l : M:irj;nl Atitrov, Wliitettill Day S.'Jidul. Mi'Hfiili'Ki, "The Indian and I M C \Vurd"; Thcion Tnunbo, l*is ( ' M U C H , "Thu LogtMld r)f KntllPl 1 L:i Uuc"; Haldccn Hradrly, TCXIIH \Vc.slcrn, K) P«sn, "Dornti'llo Ar;i^(in. A l l i i H 1'iinrho Vljla". l [i. in., luncheon, · ^onnlo Lee Ti'fi Hooin: a ]. m,, bunVm;n mcet- iiix'. undi't'crofl of Prt'HbyLcrliui cliunrh; 2:30 p. m., program, J'n-.s- M y t f r i H i ] Chuii'h: Will Kvunii, K i u n i i i i f t l o n . "Tlie Hu|;n of Ah- tnllily-yii7.y.i*-"; Curl IhTtzDfr,' K\ PiiHO,' "Dpjifgniiig and Print ing Fnikkirt* Maniisr.ripl.i": .4:110 p. m., .^nf-ial hfiiir nnd o n t i ' r t n i n n i e n t , Von me Li-c 'IVa llfiom: 8 p. in., open IUIUKC for folklnrl.stn ami iriiMulN, nl honir of I'aul C'onldln, (ilift \Vest Court Avenue, ! 'All who »u' intniT'ilud arc cor- 1 i l l a l l y i i i v i t c t ) tu any or till of Lin-si' I ' v i ' M i N . ThoHi! wl.'diing to nKiki 1 i CKIM vatloii.'i for Ilia luiifhiKiii inity · ·all Mr.- Cunklin. 215-J. Auxiliary Group To Sponsor Open House · Salurday Afiernoon The Hospital auxiliary will upon- MH 1 n h ' ojiph hrmsp ' tit' M«mfrlnl 'ii-ni'ial ( huspltnl fnun '2 to -I p. m. S.'itunlay :ifH'niuon. Tho orcaiiion will be to obBcn't' Nntloiml Ho."pit nl nny. u'birh roniniemurnti'.s Mil- iiirthtlay ol ngrt-n Talent Show To Be Presented By BPODpes At thft regular meeting of the Lns Cruccs Drove No. 44 of the Benevolent Patriotic - Order of Does held at the Elks club on Wednesday evening, final plans were completed for the Home Talent Show, er, Ray Williams. Music will be plnypd by t h e h l f j h Kfhool orrhfHtni, u n d e r tin- iliicr- tion of Cecil Garrison. nt .snow, A This show Is bring put on find pniHorcft hy the Does for the c n n f i t of the New Mexico Stato KlkH Association Cerebral Piilsy Fund. Curtain time in 8:30 p. m. on Friday evening nt the Elks club. -Songs, readings, dances and clfvcr .skits fire on the program. H in hoped Hint many will pin-; to iiUeivl this performance. 'Family Night'Js Proposed By WIA Since May b-13 is National Family Week, th,e WIA urges that each f a m i l y ' i n the community adopt a "family night". f Mrs. William Shelley, president, states that In youth foruriis in the city young people have expressed the need for more home life. It has been suggested by Other-business at the · meeting concerned plans for sending 1 ' the president, Mildnvl wnrdcn,io the 2itth A n n u a l Grand Lodge Convention of the DOCK being held this year, June 11 to }f» at. Rapid 1 City, fi. D; Five other members are jil- KO planning to' attend the convention. The door prize was won by Rita McKfnnon. The next regular meeting of the Doos will be on May 30. worncn'K clubn throughout the state that one evening of each WCCK be called family night. Shn suggests that if each member of the family is given the opportunity to make plans for the night it will help to build confidence and happiness in the home. She further adds that."Home is our greatest heritage, and should always be a happy, healthy, and understanding place. Family night will entail no expense but the time and energy spent will pay dividends ».i the community." If you arc planning to freeze strawberries,- be sure thnt they are freshly picked. They should he at their best stage for eating-| ripe and fully colored, tut not,soft. As you work with the berries, take every precaution . for not crushing them. Mac Arthur P-T A To Mee^May 14 MacArthur j"-TA will hold its final meeting'of the year at 3:30 p. m. Monday, May 14, The newly elected president, H. J; Schroedcr, will appoint committees to serve with hini next year. Out-going : president is Mrs, Lloyd R. Clark, who has served since . February, J05C, when the Mac Arthur' 1 P-TA \v.is farmed. Mrs. H. J. Schroeder, "delegate from, MncArthur P-TA will give a report on 'the state convention held in Clovis tfie latter part of April. Mrs; Eugene Davis, newly- elected vice-president,' another delegate, was unable to attend the convcnlion due to illness in her family. . The 'final meeting will be de- Calholic Daughters Elecl New Officers Court Santa Cruz 1208, Catholic Daughters of America, met Monday night at the Knights of Columbus hull for their monthly business meeting... . The following officers were elected for the ensuing; year: Miss Rosalie Banegas, grand regent; Mrs. Pete Maese, vice-grand regent; *Ira. Tony Anaya, prophetess; Mrs. Henry Marnijo,.lecturer; Miss Connie Palmer, historian; Mrs. P..V. Hivas, financial secretary. Mrs. Bill Lucltey. treasurer; Mrs. Mary R Barela, monitor: Mrs. Molly O. Ruiz, sentir.ol; Mrs. voted to suggestions for next yeai and an inventory of progress made this year. The executive committee will serve refreshments. PAEPXUINES In the-Duplicate Bridge tournn.il ment .MondBj^night 'Miss Cero. vievc^roicy n,d.;M'rs. (Jharles Gan- dj tied 'with' Mrs. Glen Bright nnd -Mrs. Frank -We'isenhoni. Mrs. Marnier H.;.. Rede received orM'yesterday-th*t ^er husband, Yn't'-l .Manue'i'H/.Hede has arrive!) in : Sa,n'pieo;6"an.d is expected home tliis'weelt. XnW Rede's ship ha* been operating :arpund Korea and Japan : for .the last eight months. CARLSBAD. May.10 ijfi -- J. Frank Joyce, a resident (if C.-ii la- had, since the 1880s and founder of the former .Joyce-Pruil Co. wholesale .chajn,. died last night. He was 82. ; ' '-''····-'· .. : Petfl ^\gu;rre,'-.organist;-. Mrs. Jolm K. Alexander and Mrs; R;iul Lujan. trustees. We Give Green Stamps Every Wednesday Is DOUBLE STAMP DAYI A lour will ho rnriilurt tm-.nif{h Ui«- hiispU'al hy . s t a f f 1 nn'inbi-rfi, and wivca of snuff doo- · lnrs will M'rvi' lOfrVslinu-nlH In llic | duutiji ^iinun. Mr«. JnnifK SfHif;wick will In 1 in \ f h a i K C i'l rrfrvshniPiils and will ' l.n »sMHt"d by Mi.s. Chuth'H Candy. ! In the ri-roiviii^ Hni will l)i: ' MrMlnnh'H 1, 1C. Krcutlenthii), O t t o j GrlUK'i. J. K. K.tluwlrk. Hnlinl | l-'iiulli; C. AV. Hnlkln, Hohert Lytlr, '· L. O. Cjuii])lwl). Miiinbrrs of the hospital hnutil , ami c i t y and county cnmmlftMon- !']·» ;tnd llii'lr wives will b« Hpt l 'M(il COMINGVENTS Thwrfi will IIP n H p r r l n l HUT: hit; f«f ' the Dona Ana ON inly Clnsa- Mi(m Toarlu'rs Council nt Q:lfl ji. m. : I'rUlny ovrninR nt ih» Circle Cafr. All mcmhartt ;trr urjii'd to be present, ·* pauulitoi 1 *. of lh* Amoricnn Hi'Vnlullnn w l l l ' m f P t at 3* p. m. Kiitunlsy w i t h M?«. Chnrlon K. Tixlf. 231 \Vf»i May, wiih Miss Oi'ftnulf Mnrber and Mrs. Mary CiHtk us co-hmitewirn. Girls from Hatch, Tnith or Con- cequoncrH. Anthony, ami Uas Cm- ccij liljeh schools \vlto won tltt 1 Of mil-' Citizenship Pilj,'rUimnp ron- tpsl will bp nwimlrd pins. The K\\'}f niul their mothers will li of iliifotorfi will mot-t -p. m. \Vhftlc, .sll urlfil^ fror.- . H i t d \ , fotvl ff ly.'to your Hunf's. 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