Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 27, 1951 · Page 3
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S o c i e t y VRKLAII A'AUGIIAN, Satiety Ellilor VOL. 71, No. 45. »«· wo OMMM MNMM C4»» .nwwr Hanruft* U*YIX» tomtit «nr JMX«r LAS CROCKS, NEW MEXICO , . ·" . . - M n y 27, 1851 "vw '. · rv-r -* s jf Woman s ragfc · · · : - ' · - n AmAi*!Vi3' Carol Mellon To Wed Lieutenant David Lukens At Clovis In July Mr. ami Mrs. Ben -Melton, Cln vis, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol, to Lt. David R. Lukens, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Lukens, Las Cruces. The wedding will be a July event and nuptial vows will he read in the First Methodist church, Clovis, with Rev. Thomas W. Rafer officiating. The brlde-elecl graduates from Clovis high school this year. She is a member .of the school public relations staff and a member of Ihe Order of Rainbow. Lt. Lukens attended Las Cruces Union high school and graduated from New Mexico AM with a degree in mechanical engineering, in 1950. He is a member'of Sigma Tau and Pi Tau Sigma' honorary engineering fraternities, and Tau Kappa Epsilon social fraternity. , He is nt present stationed at Sandia Base, Albuquerque. Order Of Rainbow. Has Informal Meet Wednesday Night . Miss Helen Anderson recently installed worthy advisor, conducted an informal meeting", of the Order of Rainbow for Girls Wednesday night at the Masonic Temple. " · - " Miss Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson. Meailla Park, was installed* last Sunday afternoon. She is active in Girl Scouts and,attends State College, where she is majoring In home economics. ' . ..IiLstllnti'on Iris Traffon and Jackie Wilber were installed at the Wednesday meeting as faith and outer observer, hespectively. A letter from the Eastern Star assembly thanking the Rainbow girls for performing at their meeting' was read. A corsage and poem was presented to Mrs. Emma G. Cormony, who is moving to El Paso. Mrs. Cormony has been active in the Las Cruces assembly for the past 20 years. Majority .Service A majority service was conducted for Rudelle Stoval, Peggy Jane Chew and~Marjorie Haye." Birthdays of BL'tty'TJoykin-'and Martha' Futliey tfere obseTved. It was voled* to send a letter-of sympathy to Mark Sexton, founder of the Order of Rainbow. . ·" -.·· . - ' · There will be" an informal Rainbow drill team benefit, dance .it 8 p. m. June l . i n the.Elks club. The drill team is to meet a t 1 ? p. m. Monday m the home of Mrs. Fred Daniels, and r at thi3 time tickets for the dance will be distributed. . ' , , Rainbow, meei ings are to continue to start at 7 p. in. Initiations will not be held at the next meeting. OES Officer Will Make Official Visit Here Tuesday Night Mrs. Roxle Mae Davidson,' worthy grand matron of New Mexico Order of Eastern Star will make her official visit to the local chapter Tuesday evening. This is Mrs. Davidson's home chapter and her last official visit for the year, having visited nil chapters in the slate during- her term as worthy grand matron. A banquet will be held at 6:30 ]). m. in the Methodist church honoring Mrs. Davidson and other grand officers. Reservations should be in by noon Monday. l vVlUard. Sailer, worthy grand patron from Albuquerque, is expected for the occasion as well as other members of the grand family and several grand officers from Texas. The meeting at the Masonic! emple will begin at 8 o'clock; Mrs. Davidson will also preside i over the grand chapter to be helc here in October. Present Students Recital Mrs. .Ira G. Clark will present her pirino pupils in a recital at l p. ·ni.'thls' riftewboh in her home. Pupils participating".will be: Pat McClernan,. Patsy Morgan, Janice E^vans, Pat Russell, Marylyn Moll, Rdb'ert Bumper, Anita Lynn Mai quls's. ' V . Also Martha Jean Hall, Georgia Uerthelon, Kay McGregor, Hobby 'Murphy, · Alice ' Valentine, Ira Clark, Mary · Beth Bumper, antl Eddie Lou Bei'thelon. During the tea hour to follow 'tlie recital : Mrs. Miles Rath will pour. Mrs: Bob Murphy and Mrs. George Eerthelon "wijl assist in, serving. SS Club Meets At Cloudcroft Wednesday The SS cluh mei'Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Charles Nash who has recently moved to. Cloudcroft. ' · . - , - · During; the business, meeting it was reported tht n quilt pieced by members of the cluh, had been sold nnd the money received will be. used to help needy families. Mrs. Nash's' mother ,wps presented a potted plant as a birthday remcmberance from the club. Members also gave Mrs.. Nash a lovely gift for her new home. Mrs. Nash's mother and husband nnd Selh Burner-were special guests. Following 1 a delicious luncheon sei-vcd by the hostess members on- joyed a scenic drive through the mountains near. Cloudcroft. The June meeting- of the ftlub will be held in the. Seth Rerrier home. Vacation Bible School To Open Monday At Church Daily Vacation Bible school for children from three years of age up through the sixth grade will begin at the First Presbyterian church on Monday morning, May 28. The pastor, Rev. Prank F. Jones will serve as general superintendent of the school and of the junior department in particular. All children who are not attending Vacation schools at their own churches or who are not affilliated with any Sunday school in Las Graces are invited to attend. Beginners Classes for beginners, 3-6 years of age. will be held each morning from 9 to 11 for a two-week period. Mrs. R. L. St. Clair will be in charge of the three-year old group. She will be assisted by Mrs. L, F. Fletcher, Mrs. Joyce Neal - and .Miss Gail Warden and Miss Dixie Kay., Ruck er. _ _ .,.,. ' ,,'_ 'A · The four and five-year"olds will be under the direction of .Mrs. Lati-. mer Evans assisted by Mrs, James Arnold, Mrs. John Toiiilin and Miss Mary Lu Ford.'Mrs.Henry Malhis will direct a rythm band in this group and Mrs.- William· B. Van Home will teach songs to all'the beginners'. ' · - · · _ . · Primary . . . - . * . ' . , . The primary and junior .departments will at lend the school from 9 to 3 each day for.one week- Tfie^ Will bring their .lunches.anl. have apicriic Itlnch and recreational hour- every . day between the .morning atuU afternoon sessions. . . ' .· Mrs. .O.-H. Ulnck_will serve .as superintendent of the prlmirjr-cle^ parlmeht.' The handicraft ciaafe.-fdr" these children will .be .taught, by, Mrs/ Kenneth Moore, and Mrs. Iliack will be .further':; assisted by Mrs. Oinen Green .Miss Helend Ferguson and Miss Ivogehe Stout.- Juniors' · - -, ;.; In the junior depnitnieht' Mr. ; Jones'will .teach theV Bible study, classes both .morning arid aHei noon. Mrs. Charles Brink will'teach hynmology and 'direct a .choral group. Handicraft will' bei under the. supervision of Mrs. M'athis, and various guest speakers are to be invited from day to. day for the missions class. A large enrollments and a pieas- anl and profitable two-weeks school is anticipated. PARTY LINES Mr. and Mrs. Dick Anderson arc leaving Monday lo visit Mrs. Anderson's mother Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mills in Richmond, California. After World War II the U. S. sheep population dropped from about 58,000,000 to about half that. GOMINlG EVENTS The'Las Cruces chapter of the Order of DcMolny-wlH hold an installation of officers, at 8 p. hi. Wednesday, May 30, at the Masonic Temple. Parents and friend arc invited to attend. · ·. iA banquet for members antl guests will be held at 6:30 p. m. on that date, in the Masonic Temple.- RUTH A. PERKINS SCHOOL OF DANCING AND . . DRAMATIC ARTS PRESENTS: THE MESILLA VALLEY BALLET ' "IN,THE LAND OF BON KOA'S" At MESILLA PARK SCHOOL MONDAY - TUESDAY, May 28-29 At 8:00 P.M. ' Adulli .-. 'SOc (plui lix) Children 25c '(plut Ux) ' School of Dancing To Present Annual Ballet "This Week Students of the Ruth A. Perkins school of Dancing and "Dramalic Arts* win present their annual performance - of the. Mesilla Valley Ballet at 8 p. m. Monday and Tuesday eVenings May 28 and 29 in the Mesilla Park school auditorium. ."The Land of Bon Bons" is the title of this year's performance and Candy Land is the selling;. Principals In the cast of.char- acters are:,Clarice Smith, Freddy Peterson, Marcia Becker, Wanda Part en, Arloene and Becky Summers, Barbara Ann -and Sherri Ulmer, Linda Smith, Virginia Truijillo, tn'd Ann Elaine Gliick. Accompanists will be Miss Jean Bpwen, Mrs. Agnes ( Howell nnd Mrs. William Summers, Jr. '. Receiving at ( the' door will be Lee -Douglas Perkins, Miss Pat Harwell,. Mrs. Robert V. Bandlc, Mrs. Oleeta Becker and Janice and Sydney Evans. Parents Announce Engagement Of Jean Fortenberry To ; Billy Blevins, MISS JEAN FORTENBERRY Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Fortenbrny s-arc announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jean, to 'Billy D. Ble- vlns. son of Mr. : and Mrs. Ney Armstrong. The wedding has been A L E H D A R EVENTS . on Ihu SUNDAY Good Shepherd Home Auxiliary will hold a lea al 3 to 5 p lawn at.the Home. United Pentecostal Church will have a singing convention at 2 p.m.. : .MONDAY Meailla Valley Ballet in 'thc.'*L»arul of Boh Bona" at 8 p.m. in Mesilla school auditorium. , Duplicate Bridge meets at 8 p.m. at Temple of Agriculture. 20-30 club meets at 7:30 p.m. at Circle cafe. 1 · Bl Vecino meets at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Joe Lucero. Executive Board of WSCS covered dish luncheon al 1 p.m. with Mrs. Clyde Simpson, Fail-acres* St. A.nilit i ws Auxiliary meets at y p.m. in the parish house. Hostesses, · Mb. W. Shillito nnd;Mrs. Cecil PickeU. · · " , . . , ' ' · · . TUESDAY. ' .. .- : '. i CA.p;mecLs at 7:30 p..m: at State College, building 141. Elks .lodge meets at .7:455 p.m. 1 at.Elks club. Las Amlgas meets with "Mrs. J. W. Padilla. I.O:O.F.'meets at 8 p.m. nt VFW hall. Meailla Valley 1 Ballet in the "Land of* Bon Eons" at S p'm. in Mesitla school, auditorium. ··. - ' · : · WKDNESDAY Home.Economics club meets at.7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Paul Con4tlin, 021 W. Court,. ' '· . A.A.U.wV.meets at 7'30 p.ni. with Mrs. M. G Anderson. Junior Ctuiniber. of. Coriunerce meets at 7:30 p.m. at Circle daft 1 , County cjub meets at 7:15-p'.m. · ' Indies'-G6lf.meets at'12:J6'p.m. · ' ' ' . - ; , / ' " ' " THURSDAY El Chico club meets'at:7:30 p.m. at KC hall. Alc'qhplics. Anonyriious auxiliary meets "at 2. p.m. a t ' c l u b h o u s e , . , - , : ; ' . / - . " ·.' FKIDAY -. " Do-Si-Db's meet at 7:30 p.m. nt Temple of Agriculture. ; . ". SATUJIUAY i Paisanos club meets at 8:30 p.m. at VFW hall. tentatively .planned to take place the early part of June. Miss Fortenberry graduates this year from Union high school. She s a member of Ihe honor .society, Masque-and Gavel, F. T. A.. Annual staff, Union stuff, and altPi- nate for girls state. ilie is also a member of the speech- club, the girls chorus, and the dramatic department. The Forlcnberry's came lo I^as Cruces two years ago from Lelnnd.'Mls.H. Mr.' Arm.slrong nllunded Las Cruces high school nnd spent two years in the Marine Corps d u r i n g the war. He is al present a junior al Slate College, majoring in aeronautical engineering. LISTEN CHILDREN! VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL TIME.is Here Again at the CHURCH OF CHRIST 800 NORTH MIRANDA From MAY 28 to JUNE 9 9:00 io 11:45 A. M. DAILY BIBLE TEACHING - Choral Training *. · and Splendid Games ,, ,. .., · COME ALL CHILDREN Ages 3 io 15 Ze/.« Mothers'Club Is Enter Kilned E\ ^ Alumnae Members - Members of the Zeta Mothers club were guests of the Zela Alum 1 nae at a party held at the Lodge on the State College campus Tuesday evening. May 22. Spring flowers, were used in decoration. The entertainment for the evening; was bridge and canasta. High .score winners wer: Mrs. Dan Bronson, canasta; Mrs. Darrell Ford, sbridge. Tho'.Alumnae hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Covey B. Bak or. Mrs. Ed Cox, and Mrs. Jesse. P. Morgan. A dessert course was served to about 36 guests. An out of town alumna-present was Mrs. Barrel Ford, the former Miss Pat Oliver, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 13. O. Oliver. Miss Anderson Has ^ourleenlh Birlhday Mr. and ''Mrs. Dick Anderson gave a birthday parly for their daughter. La Verne, 14, Thursday, at. .Mildred's cafe in Mesilla Park. Mrs. Anderson was * assisted by tier daughter Vivian and her sister. Ruby .lean Mills. Guests piL-sent were: Betty, Anna, nnd Sonny Nelson; Oracle. Eddie and Louis Sanchez; Mrs. Thelma Copelnnd nnd daughter, Eva; Peggy Gibson nnd sons. G a r y l s t t r r y For Boss Old-Fashioned Boss Gives 'tyay Tfe New - Still Nobody -Wants Position By HAL IIOYI.K NEW YORK-- UP)--One of the big shortages in America today is bosses. It used to be the ambition of every barefoot bay to grow up and become a boss. Fewer and fewer young people now seem to witnt that goal, The usual reasons: "Bosses have to work too hard. 1 "Bosses don't have any fun." "It's too haixl on your nerves A boss has to get along with everybody." Stains Changes These typical remarks show the change in the status of the boss in modern society. For generations the boss has been a symbol of authority and oppression, real or imagined. Scrooge was.his immortal caricature. He was pictured as a miserly martinet who lived the life of Riley and spread terror among Us hirelings because of his terrible temper. But today? The boss is now jenlly lampooned in cartoons as a 'ussy, mousy, middle-aged man ort'ver being fruslrated in nt- empts to get his employes in do heir work. He is more an object 'o More Golf Who used to play golf on ends? ·'· The bosses. Nowadays boss' goes to the' links on S»tti day with a guilty feeling 1 . - · Jt knows, he will.see some of his 1 hands there, ;md they.will be wo dering why he isn't at* ; ho; catching up "on his paper \ Fifty' years ago if the. Hosji'.al h'l' like the way n man! was doll his job he would bark": "Vou're fired--you loafer.' CJ your pay and get out!" Anil L trembling culprit wCuld slink o of- the office, hoping the bo wouldn't blackball him' elsewhei ISoss Also · Psychologist Biii n o w ? - If the boss doesn like something about ft . hlr hands work, he-calls him j n t o ' h private office 'find 'says: "Here, Joe. . Have a cigar, want to talk to you about yoi work." ' . . . . . . '\Vhatsa mailer with work?" says Joe belligerently. '.'Nolhing. nolhing," says -tl boss nervously. "It's probably t my f a u l t . Joe. Don't, get the ici* I'm criticizing you. "Just lie, down on .the . couc hcre.and light up Ihe cigar and tl and Hruce; Ruben Gonzales; Paul Hersley; Hnrbnra Archer; Kathleen M^CIernon; Clara Kay Sharp; Snndrn Brocal; Doris Jean Matlock: Charlie Provincio; Anna Maia Amesquita; J. M. Blackburn; Edward Osborne; Nancy Sulhrn- land; Eddie Estrada. A birthday cake and other light refreshments were served and the children spent the remainder of the evening playing games taking pictures. and Pilot Club Meets To Select Committees, Plan Annual Supper Mrs. Kloise Duke, newly elected [iresident of Ihe Pilol club, named committees to serve with her next year at the club meeting Friday noon at Ihe Torlugas cafe. New com milieus will be: coordinating. Lillian Harvey; allen- | dance, Pauline Green; by-laws, Thelma Flowers; uduciiliun. Helen Roolu'r; extension, Lucille Martin; men- worn, lie is more an OOJCCL ; nic your troubles. Maybe W 6 - C » of pity and affection than ofdrcad. gt; t U L a that way.' Are you hat trry For Boss ' J Ing any difficulties at home? D People are beginning to feel sor-' you hate your father as a child? ry for him because he has such J The New HoJe And the boss goes into his ne role--fnther, buddy, nnd amateu u hard llfu. Even big corporations" feel sorry for their own bosses'. They say their executives arc killing themselves with nervous strflin and overwork. In former times tho boss often came to the office w i t h « hang-' over and his employe arrived with an ulcer. Today the s i t u a t i o n is about reversed. At least this- is' what bosses sometimes mumble to! ench other confident in lly. (They wouldn't dure mala 1 such a compliant, where the employes might hear it. An empluyo now prefers to have his lianRuvur.s -referred to with more dignity--such as "overnight pneumonia".} Legislation, Z e t l . Ellis; 'iiembor- shlp, Elste Barry; pllol infornuy lion. Bernico Lytle; niiblic .-iffairs, Berlhu Jones; publicity, Velva Miller; reception nnd fellowship Mar^arol Put man; true course ever, Gladys Phillips. Plans were rnndi' for tin 1 * annual .spaghetti supper Io hi! hcld.Jiujc, d i n i n g room :it Mi Run psychologist. Because, he afraid if he can't straighten Jo OUL the boss above him will btam him not Joe. All bosses, 01 course, don't en joy this role. I met one sterrii grutnph chiinicter who says it nil nonsense," and that bosse 1 ought t o ' g e l ' b u c k to being- oh fashioned again arid 'quit pliiyHn rsH. "Rut you don't shout at yp.i own employes the way you lid* lei," 1 said. "You're getting nifc low yourself." Mellow, hell!' he s;ijd. "I jug tlont have the energy' to yell- ii them any more. Got'16 spend.al my lime" filling' out governmeh forms." MiiRic, used iiommori'lu'lly in per lumen, is nbtiilnt'd from Ihe in deer, although, the odor is al.* emitted by the musk-ox, musk-rui iiiyHl{;dui'k, inusk-Hhrew. mus beetle, :ind the. alligator of Centnt finance, Grace Chance; tlunal relations; Mary Sutton. Here Is gingham showing its fine fashion heritage--the skill of Eisenberg in a town or country dress-with- jacket. Featuring new longer revers, daring skirl gores, and rich pearl buttons. Smart muted plaid by' Galey Lord. An DsnnberR specially - ihc kind of intricnte cut that looks utterly simple yet fits divinely and does wonderful things for your figure. ID petite-pin id of Da ley Lord gingham, pointed up with a bravura of buttons.

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