Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 3, 1951 · Page 7
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 7

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Sunday, June 3, 1951
Page 7
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Vrcm,AH .VAUOIUX Sobloty Editor p e r e t y Phone 51 VOL. 71, No 51 3tm'nH MUUMMH umm xvrrutjtnjifuet' LAS CRCCBS, NEW MEXICd ,Tnnn 3, 1051 Woman's Page Bible School Will Start Tomorrow At Baptist Church The Vacation Bible school of the First Baptist church will begin yt 8:30 n. in. tomorrow morning and will continue through June 15. The school will be from 8:30 n. m. to 11:30 a. in. each day Following; the opening exercises. each department will have its own schedule of Bible stories, mission stories, handwork, memory work, song service, and refreshment time. A Iff 1 Groups All the boy. 1 ) anil girls from the ngc of 3 through 14 years arc invited to come and take part in the fun and fellowship planned especially for them. Mrs. H. E. Pumphrey will bo t h e school principal. John H. Pairott. will seiTe as superintendent. Other general officers are Mrs. C. C. Stidhain, pianis; Morris Jenkins, chorister; and Mrs. Joe Lee Wofford, Jr.. secretary. Mrs. George Quesenberry, Sr.. is superintendent of the intermediate department. Her co-workers are Mesdnmes C. C. Stidham. Ed= w i n ' Whitfield, John H. Parrott, Dolllc Aaron, Miss .Nelva Crafl- tlicU; Morris Jenkins. Jerry Mayfield and Johnny Taylor.. The Junior department will be headed by Mrs. T. A. Wilkinson. Other workers are Mcstlames John I'., Curry, Leonard Privet Us, Jesse Eads. and Floyd Hedrick. Mr. Jenkins will hc'in charge of the handwork for the junior boys ant intermediate boys together. Airs. Edward Little is superintendent of 'the .Primary department. Her assistants are Mesdames W. L. Saunders, Maiy Harvey, Frances Haiford, Edward Gibson. A. J. Collins. Edna Cawyer and H. E. Pumphrey, The beginners superintendent is Mrs. E. A. Gammon. Her co-workers are Mesdames Clifford Hoi-ton L. C. Campbell, Dollte Aaron. E. H. Sheriff. Kd Dili, Arthut Snioot and Winston Smith. Mrs." Jean Miller will be in charge of the nursery. Rehearsal Dale Is Set For Wedding, Attendants .Named Engagement. Of Miss Emma Maynez To Reymnndo Garcia Announced Saturday Youth Director Is Appointed By Methodist Church Miss Maurine WfHerding, a TK- cont graduate of '.McMurray 1-11]- lege of Abilene, Texas, ( i*iiveJ in Las Cruces last" Friday to :a'.:e her place on the staff of St. Paul's Methodist church as director of youth work. Miss Wilterding majorel in rc- lifTious education at McMun-iy college and is to give full mm: to the youth work of the church here. __^ Her home is in MiilesKoe. Texas. She was accompanied to Uu .Cruces by her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin WilterdiiiR. They returned to their home on Sat in- I day. Miss WfUerding is nn a U i n c l l v e and accomplished young woman and will no doubt be of much value to the work of Ht. Paul's ! church. Rehearsal date for the Jani Kaihryn Gibbs Wins Chi Omega History, Social Science Award , The History, and Social Science ; department of New -Mexico AM i has announced it's selection foi I the annual history and social sci- l ence award given by Pi Delta : chapter of Chi Omega sorority The award, a $25 prize, will go to Miss Kathryn Gibbs, a Juniot student at AM. It is given each year by the sorority 10 the womai chosen by the faculty of the de paitment as Uic most outstanding REV. EVARISTO PICAZO, who lias been pastor of the Spanish - Methodist Church the last four years, will deliver his last sermon today before being transferred to Maria, Texas. Rev. Jose Gutierrez. Carlsbad, will be the new minister of the rhurch. MISS EMMA MAYNEZ Mr. and Mrs. Luis Maynez arc announcing- the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their laughter. Emma, to neymundo Garcia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Garcia of Doaa Ana. The ceremony will take place June' 13 at St. Genevieve's church witlr the Rev. D. J. Kirgan o f f i - ciating. Miss Maynez is a graduate of Union higlr school and attended State College where she was a member of the Newman club, a majorette for tile Aggie band, ami a member of the Conqulstadores club. Mr. Garcia is also a graduate of Union high and a former stu dent at State College. C e w - o r o n j,ps ; 'bccn sYrfor~:'30~pVYn.":Mon clo'7 in"the.~Pl'es'byte.rian church The wedding will be a double .ring ceremony lit 9:15 a. m. June f in. the Presbyterian church will th'e'Rev. Frank Jones officiating Tenna Kay Chew, sister of thi brhlc-eler.t, will' be junior brides maid and Yvonne Place, daughle: of Mm. Kdith Barrier, will be mail uf honnr. Wallace Deckel t, broth er of the groom-to-be, has been named best, man and ushers wll be Mac Chew aud Rbstilav Paris iiy. Foolowing the reherirsal, a dinne will be held in the H. A. Deckert home. 708 El Pi-ado. No formal invitations have been Issued but all friends of the two i'amilie.s'are invilcd to. attend the wedding ami the reception which will immediately follow the ceremony in the. undercroft of the church. · r Shower Is Held In Neale Home To Honor Jean Forienberry Margery · Ncale and Frances Kurster gave ' a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon for Jean I.'nrtcbcrry - in the Neale home. Miss Fortenberry, daughter of Mr. Church Women To Sponsor Leprosy Talk Thursday Under the anspicos or thn Las Ciiiuc Council of United Church Wpmun Uev. Forest K. Elscnbise, regional' secretory of the American.. Leprosy Mission will speak at S p. b. Thursday evening at St. Paul's Methodist church. and Mrs. H. Fortenberry, was married Saturday to Billy D. Ble- vlns. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ney Armstrong. Those present at the shower were: Singing Group Forms New Organization, Seeks Meeting Place A group fronv.the jiHyslcnl science laboratory of State College met last night in the homo ol Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis to form a glee cluh. Officers elected for the new organization arc: Earl Davi's, piosi- clenl; Dr. George W. Gardiner, tcrasurer; Mis. R. J. Mnthliias, sccietary-libiarian. The post of director i.s still open. ·. . Mrs. K a i l Davis, Mrs. Walter Uuiiyen, and R. J. Mathias were appointed to find a meeting place. It was decided to hold meetings from 7:30 to S:'\f\ p. m. on Uie and third Fridays of each month. The name of the glee club remains to ho rhosen. hislnrv orul social .sricnct; studml. Mi;,?; Gibbs is a member of t h e Coronailo PlaymakerH, having lud leading roles in fevtral camiju.s pjoduclions. and is secretary uf phi Mn Tan. A r t s ami Scii.-nces honorary fraternity. She is alsn nn active mcinbcr df Chi Omega, and is the first member of tin- sorority to win the award .since its first presentation on Uii* campus. Mrs. Fruin Has Family Reunion An Interesting week-end visitor to Las Cruccs was Mrs. Anna Momc Fruin who for the past 45 years has made her home in Globp, Arizona. Mrs. Fruin was the guest of her niece. Mrs. Buylus Cade and f a m i l y and of her nephew, Fiam-is liurlic and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. WaBSumnn of Albuquerque drove down for the 'a rally reunion in Mrs. Fruin':; honor. Kl Paso guests were Mrs. bytlon R. Taylor and Mr.' and Mrs. Mai- lory L. Miller and children. New licaie Mrs. Fruin recently sold her home in Globe and in the f u t u r e will make IK-I- home w i t h her son, I I James Fruin of Drcauir. Illinois. Enrnuto to Decatnr she will attend cimiiiu'ocempMl n t the Uni- j vei sity of Kansas, Li'.wrent-e, t o ; celebrate the "Oil! nniversury "f her graduation f i o n i that institution. She attended the (j. r th Anniversary of her class five years ago.. In IfiSl at the ase of 17 she finislu-d the three years teacher's! coins,- at Lawrence. Shi- went j n t o j the t-a. limp; profession and was | a le.-n-lver ill the El Paso schools ,n the Sll's and Ull's. She was :i frequent visitor to Die Mesilln V a l ley in Her girlhood, ruining to .-« her brother. I lie late Francisn L. iliuiie and her uncle and a u n t Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Casinl and niini- ly of Mesilln. ."Marriage At t h e turn of t h e century she was married to Kil Krnin. an F,l Paso contiartor who built one or the wings of old Ijirctlii Academy in Las Criu-ps. The FrtlillM moved | to Olulji- ·':" year ago. a n d , MONDAY Catholic Daughters meet at S p. m. at KG hall. Duplicate Bridge meets at 8 p. in. at Elks club.. . . Rebekahs meet at 8 p. in. at VFW hall. 20-M dub meets at 7:30 p. in. at Circle cat*. WSCS meets at 2:.'IO p. m. in church sanctuary for pledge, service A tea will follow in church parlor with Weslivyan CulM as hostfss W. M. S. circle meets at 2 p. in. l.'ucy Belle Stokes circle meets at 2:30 p. m. TUKSDAY Order of Eastern Star meets at 8 p. in. nt Masonic Temple. CAP mcels at 7:30 p. m. at State College, bujldlni; 141. F.!lts lodge meets at 7:45 p. m. at Elks club. I. O. O. F. meets at S p. in. at VFW hull. WEDNESDAY ' DeMnlay meets at 8 p. m. nt Masonic Temple, Home Interest club meets at 2:30 p. m. w i t h Mrs. Wilfoix) C.Hhwn. Junior Chamber of Commerce meets at 7:30 p. m. nt Circle C«JV. Junior Catholic Daughters meets at 7:30 p. m. ill Palmer I-oilge, K n i g h t s of Columbus meet at 7:30 p. m. at KC hall. Las Cilices C o u n t r y club meets at 7:15 p. in. Ladies' Golf meets at 12:30 p. in. Story Hour tor children will be from 10-11 a. m. at Ihn library. TiniKSDAV rilot club meets for spaghetti supper, from 0 to 7:30 p. in. in CohVf, Cafeteria. FRIDAY Kiickhouml cluh mcels at 7:30 p. in. at Mcflillu Park. Legion A u x i l i a r y meets at 7:4.1 p. m. at Ij-glnn lint. nl'ler Mr. l-'ruin'a d e a t h , Mia. Fruin earned the bachelor's and master's degree and returned to teaching. She t a u g h t in the Globe schools until her retirement. Her two sons, Charles and James i'lilln. a t e graduates of the University of Arizona. Both are chemists i.y profession. Cluirles Fruin :-l-.i-ini.'t for the American Can Company In NIJW York City. Jam is In business In Decatur, lUlnula. By coincidence, of her son's locating- there, Mrs. Kintn la returning to reside in her native state, al'tor living in the west for 70 yti'is. . Ecuador ha. 1 ! vast untapped lini^ her resources. Choir Has Picnic At Munson Home Members of the choir of the First' Presbyterian church, their husbands, wives and guests wore entertained on Thursday evening in the patio of the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Munson. Hosts for the affair were the members ol the music committee of tho church, Dr, and Mrs. Munson, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. St. John, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Griggs, nnd tho pastor. Rev. Frank F. Jones and Mrs. Jones. About forty pin-sons enjoy- CLEARANCE OF DRESSES Wo grouped together a Inrgr selection of Into Spring arrivals from himnns makes. You'll fin.l such materials as Pure Silks, Kayon Jerseys, Cottons, Rayon Crepes. You'll Save Up To 50 % and More: Formerly to $29.95 -- Reduced io- '· $ 9 95 Io $16 ' 95 Formerly io $19.95 -- Reduced Io S 6 95 to S 10 ' 95 Formerly io $14.95 -- Reduced io $ 5 95 to $ 9 ' 95 N i t u plicson, Phyllis Lonwdll. .loan ijavmisett. Yvonne.Place. Iris Trafton. cmrice Smith.' Xlurlinc Bowra. Mi-silnmes Carol Case, Jerry Hawkins, Ncy Armsrong, W. H. roitcnbcrry. Phillip Neale. Colonel Johnson To Be Stationed In Pentagon Building Mrs. Josephine Sullivan has returned to her home, after a three week's visit with Lt. Col. and Mrs. · Luther 10. Johnson and family. Col. Johnson has been attending the Command and General Staff college and received his rilplomn June 1- The Johnsons and their four children w.111 make their home In Washington, D. C., where Col. Johnson will b e - I n the engineer- In); technical division office of the Chief Signal officer In the Penla- Col. Johnson was an Instructor In the department of electrical engineering under Prof. M. A. Thomas at alato college, 1040-11, Mrs. Johnson Is the former Miss Concha Aunon, · · Nations, anct for tho Red Cross, In- was a camp leader and a unit director in a program for Arab refugee relief in Palestine. ' them, both medically and spiritually, is kept constantly f u s h by visits io the American Leprosari- um nt Cni-vlHe, La., and by correspondence .from leprosaria in other countries. PARTYLINES . . . tion together with an espiession of good wishes to the couple on. he- ha'lf of Ihe. choir. Choir members present' besides Mr. Deckert and Miss Chew, were . Mis. Kennett Mclganrd. acting di- Eiscnljisc'S knowledge of leprosy pitlicnts throughout the »«^r^^TM^s^? B. Rollins, Mrs. Clark Paddock. Miss Klsa Butcher, Mrs. Kred Stevenson, Hoy I!. France, Mrs. Ted Moi.-c. Mrs. David Dunn, Mis Mary France. Miss Ivogcr.e Stout, Mrs. William li. Van Home, Dr. Kigimi Johanscn. Morris Bvu Miss Joanne Stevens. Miss IVIscll- l.i Wilson. Ihf organist, and Miss Mrs. O. I 1 ".'r is in l.w'i- bock, Texas, attending tho Soulh Plans Coclier Spaniel club dug show being held on the campus of Texas Tech. Mrs. Panlenei is showing a black and tan puppy and a hlack puppy. Both puppies showed promise In the spring shows of the Sunshine circuit. Thickened crushed pineapple makes n delicious filling for an open pic crust; top with /hipped Lucille Magnn. If you happen to have small amount of different vegetables left over mix them togetheY in :i cream sauce and serve as an accompaniment to finh or meat. Ol put the ricamed vegetables In i baking dish, lop with hullem ciumhs. heat in the oven and serve with crisp bacon strips as llu main course for lunch. CLEARANCE LADIES SUITS Nylon ami Rayon cords - Pure Silks in the group - Famous Nationally Advertised styles. Smart styled. Pastel shades - and to select From -- Clood si/.c ranije, but hurry!! Former $24.95 Values -- Reduced io Former $19.95 Values -- Reduced to . ; . . . . $16.95 $12.95 WE GIVE SH ' GREEN STAMPS

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