Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 6, 1951 · Page 3
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 3

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Wednesday, June 6, 1951
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WWniriijrfining/ Jun« I 1951 LAS CROCKS' (1*. M.) SUM-NEWS PAGE Feejgy Jane Chew Becomes Bride Of GordonDecker! In Ce5mony_Today. Eastern "Stars Will Hold Annual Silver Tea Sunday Afternoon Ml5« Janle Cliew and Gordon OecXert. exchwified: wedding vovre Ht B:lS' this morning In the First Presbyterian cinirch with the Rav. Frank F.'Jone»,,"offlc(atinK.* · ' , ! It ;ws ip ioriginal ceremony ' written 'In p«ri by the uncle of the grooni.:' The': dpublc ring-rite was »daut«d from a.·ceremony written . foi-ithB cpu.|tlrby : -.tnc Rev. Ellis Grafoer of Soucleton. Pn^ Utroratiou · : · ' : ' ' Ivory -yucca and greenery were ei-ranged along ihe aisles and white satin'rlbbons led tq-tlie altar where the "couple .repeated, thuli" vows.l Ushers'removed the ribbons upon r.ntrance'of the -bride and groom. .Thi; bride, daughter of Mr. and Mis.'IC'-'C. Chew. 11-15 North Main was "given in ''marriage ''.by her father.'. The gi.ppin is the son of Mr.-and Mrs.'H. !-A : . : DecKert. 708 Kl'pradp. .- -'.'· . ' · '.' ' Tlie : brlde wore a. formal'white embroidered .organdy gown, with basque ,.wais,C bertha collar, and inli-.sKiit.'She had matohlni'.jnltts r'if mce'U'mi'a fingertip veil 'of illusion attached to the. hefld, dress whicli'.wW- fastened with'Tosebuds jim! Illl'y 'of the.,valley. . Brhlal V'li !' -I-; Her veil was "something borrowed", in 'the traditional theme. It had h'e'en' iydm by"lyTM. of her friends, Miss :Patty Herrell. for her irtarr'lage to Gus Gray, and JjJss'lSarhara Irving, ;for her mai- riaee' to Lt. Joseph Cooper. . She · also wore a gold · coin, a family "heirloom, in her- slipper. She carried-a bridal · bouquet of s'WAdenrt: roses iind 1 Mile's" of the valley.. · , : - Atlfindantis, her . sister Tcnna liaj',' and Yvonne Place, maid,of honor, wore .gowns dealpned simil- ar'to.that ot the bride's. Atfr.lidant« ttJStunies- ·. · "Miss.'Hice wore turquoise organdy'.with' mitts, halo liat, ·ttnd'noseKa.i-' bouquet.'- Tenna Kay's plpli frpc.ii was organdy with , ' |'ita\clilliB'm|Us and hoscsay bou- '·'l^t' man (v/'ai .Wallace Dcckert. brother of. the gloom- arul ushers 1 were'Mac Chew ail'll RDftllav 1'ar- ··'·Ira.'' t Ch'f!iy;.'i!iolh!fl; °C the.Bride,. , wore ' a ·· tiHiile'rlA flllk .dress : and IshOuiW cbrUf?e.of;i)liilt Batdpn- iiS JrlrSii'beckcrf.:mother, of the itrobihn-chbHc! · pink'.. Ittjce -fol; the ' wedding,with.'bhle.-'ltaMcnias. '· The' p .'tJt*lud« for the'. cet'ethbny 'was 'Bl-ahm's- f'lt'St symphony. In · C Mlriqr,' played .by Mrs: Kenneth ·Mender, who-also played Ihe re- -i'e4sl67i»J,(K.ennett,Melgoard'sang | 'l'b'.f'erfect.\Li)v.e'.'.',accompanied by blalre ·'rt'bl' Lime-''on W; B. Hui-sch served the cake. Assisting with the reception were Mesclames E. S. Moyfleld, Mil ·Cunningham. C. W. Clark, William Summers. Jr., Maiva Win- llier's' Misses Iris Tl-afton, Yvonne Place and Sue Carter. The guest book wns kepi by Ailoene Sijm- mers. ' The tierecj cuke was topped wit! miniature llriclc and groom and decorated - w i t h wedding bells. Honeymoon , Following the reception the couple left for u short trip to nn unknown destination. They will i spend the summer in South uako-1 ta and next fall will make their j home at 1»5 East Chestnut.. Chicago, III... where Mr. Ueckcrt will attend Northwestern - M e d i c a l school. Mrs. Deckeit will be 0 student at the Northwestern Laboratory Technicians school. For travel the briiie chose a brown and cliartnisc print summer suit frock-with brown jncket. Her accessories were brown shoes and svnmner.straw hot.. . Mrs.'Decker! has been honored with many courtesies since announcement of her betrothal. The lat- j est was the rehearsal dinner given lit Vonnie Leu's Monday by sir. and Mrs. H. A. Dcrkcrt. OKler of Eastern Slav, Chapter 20, will hold its annual silver tea from 3 to 5 p. m., Sunday, in the W. I. A. building. In the receiving line will be: Roxie Mae Davidson, worthy grand matron: Mrs. Callie Freeman, Kitty Schindler, Maude Redmon, grand officers of Ihe Las Cruces Chapter: Eloise Daniels, worthy matron: Mrs. Edith Hay, associate worthy matron; Ruby White, conductress; Mary Wofford, associate conductress; and Nancy Gaines. who v.-ill greet guests at tJie door. Nancy Goodloe will .pour from 3 to 4 p. m. and Mrs. Eddie Farnsworth, from 4 to 5 p. 'm. Other officers and members will also act as hostesses. lierdic Wilson and Zella I!lack will be in charge of arrangements and Nancy Gaines in charge of decorations. Invitations have been extended to nearby chapters and the public is Invited. PARTY LINES · Miss Pavlline. Roach, director of Camp Mary White, and her staff are now in Artcsia for pre-cnmp training, preparing for the open- ing.of the camp June 10. . . Winners in the'Duplicate Bridge tournament held Monday night were: first, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chittlck; second, Mrs. Vina Gardner and Mrs. Charles Loomis. Mrs. C. A.' Camprcdon ne Alice- Stewart, graduate of State College class of 1910, has been a visitor on the campus to attend the commencement activities, with her sister-in-law. Mrs. Herbert Stew!art. Four Students Will 'Attend Girls' Stale . Hfwjiluu. .'· V .--.--i., ' , . ' " ' ':,iA:.l'(ic'epllpn.w«s held In. the un- ilpfcfQft-'- of' the.jcmirch. following \n'e:cdVinjr^i'i«ldii*; "at. the "punch 1 bdwi'SyeiV the bride's aunts "lire' li'K. 'Qshel, ''Xlval Okla., -and -.Mrii: l.'.Magce, -rtesllla 'Park. Mrs. ·Pledge Service h ·Held By WSCS WSCS members met Monday afternoon In tile church sanctuary for a pledge service with Mrs: W. E. Whitficld -and Mrs. Alan Duitman in charge of the program. They were assisted by Mesdames Clyde Simpson. C. S. Conlce. W. P. Thorpe. J. S. Wilhurn. M a r t i n Thorpe. John Townsend. ' Mrs. L. S. Kurtz presided'over the short business meeting. The group voted to help sponsor a minstrel student through MacMurray College at Abilene. Wesicynn Guild were hostesses for a tea which followed the service. Mrs. Foster- Gentry poured frani 4 iice'covered.table centered with .roses. . Pilot Glub'Invites Publip To:Purchase Tickets To Supper Hopes lire entertained there will be':!· record number purchase tickets ' to the benefit Spaghetti sup- .p'er being held by the Pilot club from'6 to 7:30'Thursday evening.' June 7, in the dining room of Mil- ton.hill. . ' '-. · r · ' ' . '·' Tickets for the supper are being sold' by" .the Pilot club. The club, of .course, will only have to pay for those- meals served. Those who can not attend the supper can still aid the club in its benefit by purchasing a .ticket. Funds.will go into the general fund of the club to he-used for its various programs. One of the ents 'planned by the Pilot club r..the n e a r . f u t u r e is a 'dental COMING EVENTS WFllS'of Church of the Nazarene will meet at 2:30 p. m. Thure^ day at the church for an installa- tiotl of officers. *' The Civic Chorus will hold a meeting ;it 7:.10 p. m. tonight at the First Presbyterian Church. All interested pel-sons are invited to attend. - "' 6 United Church Women will spon- Four girls will depart by bus for Portslcs. Friday, to attend a uceting of Girls' State, according to Mrs. II. Mecrscheidt, chairman of the organization. Following is a list ol Ihe girls itnd tht-ir f;ponsoi-s: Ann Vickers, Zeta Tau Alpha: Jean Boweh, W. I. A.; Jo Ann Irving, Business and Pibfessionnl Women, and Dolores Lucero, American Legion Auxiliary. MilleY," Graham Reporls Feature Lions'Meeting : , A Lion's convention repou given by Thomas G'ruiinm and an address tiy Harry administrator, highlighted Lions' weekly meeting-yesterday. . M i l l e r gave. .1 Inlef tall; an lio's- pilal finances. He especially nomt- ed out methods of flnaneinrs care of WLll'nrc and county: injligeiit cases. ; r.inham reported Lewis Elliott was elc.-ted district Mil governor at the convention iiei 1 in Gallup May 27-29. Lions from Las, Cruces distributed BOO .packets of SUhmann pecans at the convention. '-A coimnittce to clean up work u Lions' park Ijaschsll.field was np jointed. Fifteen men.arc to work on tlw'.jJrojcct'Sunday.-Junc 10.-. Attending the: convention Iron -.l Cruces wci'e Bllliilt and G--3 ham, . Giis . ; C ' . u t h r l e , Willlan w'unsch. 'rta'skel Smith. Hug Newman. L. C. Dalton, Einis siclnlDsh, Seaborn Collins, Wad Bates, Rupc'it .Chisholm. and Al len McCombs. nor 11 talk by Rev. Forest S.' I3is- cnbise. regional secretary of the American Leprosy Mission, at '8 p. m. Thursday evening at -St. Paul's Methodist church. The public is Invited to attend. IRANIANS MOCK UNCLE SAM AN AMERICAN POSTED carried in, .^Tehera,, ^monstraUon of the supposedly outlawed. Pro-Commumst_TideI, Pa, y i on* ! Knights Oi Columbus,;; Will'Elect Officers " Ai Heeling I Las Cruces Council'. 1226 of the Knights of Columb.qs.^yjll hold a regular Reeling al'7:M p. night at the KG hall. Following a business meeting an election of officers for the coming year is to ire held.' Grand Knight' R.'. C. Enriquez, urecs that every member of the Knightsbe pres'cnTior'tlie election. Officers elected ··tonight will as-, sumc' their dlltlej "lit" the first meeting in July. Refreshments will be served Following the meeting. Chopped dntes and coarsely broken walnut meats are delicious added to" a simple bread pudding. Finely ahredded cunot added to a green sala helps to K'IVC it at- {tractive color. SCHOOL'S ALMOST OUT ' · It's about tiumlo.loml up the family and head for rool Bunt.. Monica. lUtcs :n-e 50 MlodeiMte you'll prob- n U y ' s t a y nil s'umim-r. 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