Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 15, 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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Friday, June 15, 1951
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. Jun« 15, 1951 LAS CRUCES' (If. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE THREE Jones WM f First. Presbyterian -,;· Sunday,." June 17,- will be '.the ninth ,anniversary gf ,the arrival of 'Rcv.'.jFranlt .F." Jones I n ' Las Crupes Ho assume his duties as .paijtor "(if thb First Prosily Lcrijin ctuifcli. ;.' · . · · · " .'.'·'licy.. Jones and hi? family ."wlnch at/ that .time ini'lwiccl only his ""fife .nnd cliicat daughter Nancy, came to the local church froni the Northmlnster Presbyterian church of -Allhiqiierqiie where he had been pastor f o r , o n e and a half years. " Before that timc'Rev. Jones had .Kferveil as associate pastor of the Trinity Presbyterian church' In Tu- .cson, Arizona,-sine? .3936, following graduation.'from Princeton'TlYtki- loffic^il Seminary. .*· /j'Tlic'-Las Cruccs church has Had a' considerable growth in the past n)ne yeAr,V' n crcasing from a.meni- b'ersHip'of. 200-in'1942-to' a membership of'4SO:'in 1951. Many improvements have been.made in the church .plant,' all indebtedness" on Uic'.property baa been cleared nnd ' beginning' has been occasion at the Presbyterian mimsc in thaUt will also )jc the birthday of Frank F. .Tones Til. who was born on'Father's Day in. 19-15. Rev. and Mrs v Jones hiive one other child a daughter,. Mary Dale, who is now seven years old. COMING EVENTS The Mary MurUia Circle of St. Paul's Methodist church will hold a picnic al 6:30 p. m..Monday at 1'icacho school: All members ant! their families are invited. * The Viola Broaddiis circle mrn.ts at 3:30 p. m. Monday with Mrs Hilmer Mccrscheidt. * Joe Qucscnbcrry Post No. 30 American Lepion, will meet at Legion. Hut at 8 p. m..tonight. * Volunteer circle, will meet at 2;.'IO p. in. Monday, with Mrs. Den Woodward, Falracres. * Junior Catholic Daughters- wi.. hold a hnke sale at Penney's at 9:30 mrtUe on R building fund lor future ° .,,,, , , ; , " · ' ; '·'''"" %Ji' ' 1 - ' · ' " ! tomorrow, There will be a coffee expansion .n c . ,., - i^ j-o[| ^^ ^^ ma'xacn Runday. '..SuhUay will" be a doubly :happy · ' ·* American IjCgion Auxiliary, summer rummage sale will be held,at the Legion Hut tomorrow with the 1 doors opening at 8 a. m. "Members I I arc asked lo have their donations I at the Hut by 7:30 a. m. _ - S U M M E R BRIDESMAID ---Tg'shown 'wearing a New York .Urcts of plain nnd embroidered V-'hitc organdy with separate fichit'-sleovfcs. Alternate panels "of thr two 17111 tsrials arc combined for the full skirt o f . t h e dress, and the embroidered bodice is banded .with the. plain organdy. A red rose is .tacked at the waist, ' (N..Y. Dress Institute Photo} Sew And So Club Has Regular Meel In MwrelLHome *Sew ami 'So club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Hudson Murrell.. Mrs. Charles Murrell and Mrs. Sarah boomis were co-hostesses. The Murcll home was beau- t i f u l l y decorated with gay spring blossoms. Roll call was answered with 'original poems. Refreshments were served to Mcsdumes Fred Gatton. D. M. i Bailey, R. F. Crawford, Sarah j Loom Is,- Charles Murrell. Ralph ] French, Herbert Yoe, W. P. Thorpe, W. H. Strickland. Mcsdamcs W.. D. Gean, Foster Gentry, Grover Davis, Frank Hawley, John Gaincs, and guests, Mrs. L. W. Caffcy and Mrs. Guy Loom- Thc next meeting \vill b-J June 27 with Mrs. Ralph French. PARTY LINES Mr. and Mrs. Clay Cole, who operate the number 9 taxi-service n Las Cniccs, have ponr. to San ^rancisco'for a two to three weeks' vacation. They l e f t - L a s Cruces ast Tuesday. * Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hcrroll and daughters, Cecillc and Toni, are in St. Jjouls visiting Mr. Hcrrell's larcnts. Mrs. Herrcll is selective service clerk in Las Cruces. Amela Padilla. assistant clerk, will be I n charge during 1 Mrs. Ucrrell's ah-, sencc. ·· I GOOD EVENING · Pleasant Listening K Q B E 1450 On Your Dial · TONIGHT -- F R I . " I 1 .*!.. . ·l:;iO'\ Eveninjr Buyers Guuie ·IMC .'· I*as Cniccs Fnrnilurc · Calls f:00 .-··Mert's Record AdvRnhlrc 3:^6 Tiic Sinking Marshall ' , 6:00,' UP'News .6:10 : Fulton Lewis, Jr. ..6:.TO Let's .Waltz 0:15 ' UP News 6:50 , : Sports. Cast . ' . '. '. ; : 6:5,1 Bill Henry and the News ? t '7;00 ' Chamber of Comnicrcc 7:15 .-. Concert in Miniature 7:20 Eddy Arnold 7::.'IO ' Proudly We Mail 8:00 Falstaff Serenade 8:15 I Love A Mystery 8:30 Jackpot Jamboree l):00 UP News 0:Ifi Mutual Ncwsrecl · 1;,'IO Salute To Reservists' 10:00 U..P. News 10:05 Sign Off WAR'S BRIGHT SPOT, IN A WAY; Penlecoslal Church ; Announces Revival' A revival is now in progress at the Unit nil PunUicostal church at 113 West CliL'stnut, iiesbrJlntf to Kuv. W. R, Fyx,,-pastur. The evangelist-for the revival is the Rev. l-i. R/Johnson of Marvy, La. Mrs. Johnson will also participate in thu services. The public is invited to hear Rev. Ji.'hiiaun. every evening .it 7:45 p. · Kunntn talsus lirmpi-ratnn; (if »::c oJ Ihr ailing cliiliiren. ONE OF THE BRIGHT spots in the darl: picture u. r war-torn Korea is the Happy Mountain orphanage at PiistfM, prcEiileil over by Capt. Clifford G. McKeon. Eoinc 350 innocent victims of the cnntiict are quartered there, and the increasing number means licw bunding:! will be nrrdr.d icon. Thu youngster. 1 * arc shipped to the home by Gia who Hud them; some maimed, parcnla and homes lost, in forward areas. The Oh; them-. selves'c:;ntril)iite handsomely In orphara^c'o stinpoi 1. (Iiitci'iiutinnul 1 Mrs. Shandley Returns From Family Reunion Mrs. James Shandloy of Las Crti- ucs. hits just returned from Main- lln. Texas, where she attended the SSth birthday celebration of her father. A. B. Bouman. A family reunion was held and .those present were lrs. Sterling 1 , Harper nnd two sons from Losing-i ton, N. c.; Mrs. Helen Keller a n d j daughter from Jacksonville, Fla.; i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Martin and son j from ThrocUmorton, Texas; M rw. j Joe Wheeler. Phoenix, Ariz; George j Bowman of Wlehlta Falls, Tuxns.! Mr. and Mrs. John B. Marlin anil son and daughters, of Hnslu-ll, Texas; Mr. nml Mrs. Claud Oohhs and two daughters of Swrctwater. jTexa^; Mr. and Mrs. J. u. Caldwcll and throe daughters of Lubboclt, { Texas; Mr. and Mrs. O. H. G r i f f i t h . ! Jr., of Abilene, Texas: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bowman, Jr., and two sons of Dallas, Texas. ! Bill Bowman of Grand Prairiu. | ] Tc.xas; Becky Cowman "of Fort! Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert B o w - j man; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bowman; | Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Butler; A t l a s ! Clay; Mrs. Diirtithy Jones, all of | H a m i l i n , Texas. ; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Yaryan, former residents of Lai Cruces. announce the arrival of *a dnuj'litur, VaRie Fay, bum "Juno 9, in Beech Bluff. Tenn. Paternal £nuulii:ir- ents arc Mr. and Mrs. Fay Yju- yan of Old Musill.i. Mexicans Push Work Oii.0w.ii'Boys.Town' MC A U j K N , Tc-x. lfl» -- . T h e people- of HIP lower Uio Grande Vaik-y arc K o i n K lo help Mexico establish a Ctmlml de los Nlnos --a Boy's Town patterned after the famed boy's home in Nebraska. Father Carlos Alvarez -- Mexico's leather Flanagan" -- lami'.'h- wl bis campaign for n Mexican Hoys' Town after .seeing the movie "Roys' Town." The Mexican c o u n i m p a r t will be in Villa Guadalupo. on the omsltirts of Montur- vpy. Pro.'iitlenl Mi^uci'Alt'iuan's w i f c j luid the cornerstimo for the f i r s t ; building, rrriMitly. So far iibonl! 0,000.000 pesos has been raised, j Two million mure iiiw needed. , ^ Foresl Service Plans To Innovate 15,000 Acres A I (lloudcrol'l. ! RL PASO. Juno 15 UPi · - The! Forest Service say.s plans nre bo- j ing n'lHile for rehabilitating Uiu j is.nun acres swept by the hugo Cloudci-olt. N. M. forest fire last \vi-nU. \V. L. IlitiiKEMi of AlbiKitiL-rqup, asfi.slant regional forester, said the prog ruin probably will include rcsiH'iling the area to grass, snlv- Wife Of Missing Bruish Diplomat Has Baby JDuu LONDON, Jimo 1-1 *.¥t «-^JlMiB. Donald ^IcClean, . Chicago - boui wife of » missing.- British -Fprci^u Office dlptomat, gave 'birth 'today to an eight-pound iliuij;lit«r.. t * The nialcniityi ' depart nit-jit' -of Ixmdon hospital said both the muthoi; and child woru doinH^v/oll. The ' f a t h e r disappeared nearly throe weeks ago with Guy Duress, another diplomat. Police throughout Wwitem Europe arc ciigagod in a gigantic uiaiiliunt fur the two men ' h u t thus fur have failed to find any Irate of them. nginj; {'ommercial tinibur nnd cut- ling t r r c H of small valiui to Iny- on slopes to prevent .soil uruaion. He paid chct-lt dain.s and small sediment basins also probably will bo built. . W. J. LITTLE R E A L T O R ' KE.M, KSTATK « LOANS l'-irst Niitlonnl liimli Blilg. I'll. - ^711 nr ISim SATURDAY NIGHT D A N C E Music by HENRY GUEREQUE and His FAMOUS ORCHESTRA AIR PORT INN KITE CLUB 1200 E. Liis'Crucos Avo."' Red Cross Class In Home Nursing To Begin July 9 Classes will hi'gin J u l y 1) and continue through the i:;th for tho Las Cruces chapter ot the American Red Cross homt* nursing' instructor course, under the leadership of Mrs. Margaret Taylor iw- oiml rrprcKcntotivc. The course · will be held in the Red Cross chapter · room in the *=·'··«:( N"!'oiui1 Rink huildinc. Hours will gc from 9 to 3" a. m. and l:3u li» 4;^JO p. m daily on the above mentioned dittos. ; j · Practice le:ic!»fi{f will start the week following ilu; instructor j course and wot! also be under the j iitpervision of :Vi -.1. Vayjor. Himr.s i :'ci- this course will br. announced! '.-.t a l a t e r d a l r . . SUMMER'S TUNIC SILTOU- ETriS--In copen'bluc linen is by a New York designer. The scp- artile lunir, collared with while l i n r n . is stitched from the waist' l i n c for extra (larc. (A r . r. Dress Institute Photo} s Anyone desiring f tn ther . inftii 1 - j niation should contact .Mrs. 1*. E; Ni'iilc, 0282 R3 or thu Red Cruaa office, 353. . · - ,. FOR Self Service AND .General Laundry ·' ' " TRY HIGHWAY 85 LAUNDRY TOMORROW A. .M. K 0 B E For the first time.. And SJ PUSH-PAK 10 Bladoi ' Regular $1.80 Valut- a "HIS" ELITE After Shave Loiion Cologne OLD GIFT SET YABDLEY SETS, Irorn . 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