Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on July 2, 1951 · Page 3
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^ Er«nlng,' July t, '1951 LAS CBOCE8 (M. M.) SUN-NEWi PAGE THHE4 Irene Alberson, Waller Swariz Vow Exchanged In Ceremony Saturday , Miss Irene Albcrson and Walter · II. Swartz were joined in marriage at S p. m. Saturday. June 30, in the First Baptist -Church. The Ilev. John H. Parrot performed the double-ring: ceremony, Miss Alberson is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Albcrson, prominent pioneer Mesilla family. Her brothers are James F. Alherson, Ft. Collins, Colo., and David, Roy, Albert and Kenneth Albcrson of this vicinity. Mr. Swariz is from Muskegon, Michigan, and is at present stationed with pie 50th Anil-Aircraft Artillery at, Ft. Bliss. The bride was piven in marriage hy her father. 'Attendants for Uie wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Roy ' A. Albcrson. The bride chose for Tier wedding- a simple white cotton frock of ballerina length. It was fashioned with a tiny collar, ruffled cap sleeves and full skirt. She wore a shoulder-length veil fastened with n halo of white flowers. She carried a while carnation bouquet .and a white bible, which was a ffift presented to her by members of the y. W. A. . - Her attendant wore aqua organdy of ballerina length with c;ip sleeves ami small white hat. Her corsage was white. Mrs. Alberson, the--bride's mother, wore a green .print, bemberg sheer. Her accessories were white and her corsage was pink ciirna- · lions. Mi-s. -Swartz is a graduate of Union High school and attended AtM college last year. The couple will make their home in Kl Paso, where Mr. Swartz is stationed. In the Fourth and Fifth Centuries the title "pope" was frequently used for bishops, hut gradually be- camn reserved- for the IJishop of Rome. GOOD EVENING Pleasant Listening K O B E j'. a :30 ·W5 1450 On Your Dial TONIGHT -- MON. Mesilla District Annual Workshop Is Held Friday The Mesilla Park District 1W annual summer institute worksho; was held Friday at Milton Hal! Present at the meeting were units from pona Ana, Luna and Sierra counties, as well as State College students who are working on their Education degrees. ·Highlighting the session was an ifldrcas by Mrs. Shelby C. Hogan Albuquerque, program chairmai of the Slate Congress of Parents and Teachers. Following Mrs. Hogan's talk a program was held which included a publications fashion show conducted by Mrs. Hugh Johnson, Central P-TA. and Mrs. Clyde Tombaugh, South Ward P-TA president. J. W. Branson, president of AM, welcomed the group and Rev. Frank Jones gave the invocation. During the afternoon session ii movie entitled "Preface uf Life" was shown and discussed by Prof. Ularencc Hope, State College. I'rof. Hope was chairman of-the iiceting and was'assisted by Mrs. A l a n D u i t m a n , district P-TA director. D O R O T H Y D I X . j Dating Age ; 7 3 Too Young To Go Out Alone With Bov DOROTHY DIX Evening Buyers Guld.i Las Cruces Furniture Calls MerL's Record Adventures Tile Singing JUarslmll Mell Allen Club House UP News Fulton -Lewis, Jr. Let's Waltz UP News Sports Cast Bill Henry and the News rtcxall Rhythm Concert Miniature Eddy Arnold Box 13 ( A l a n Ladd) Falstaff Serenade I Love A Mystery Jackpot Jamboree Baukhage Talking .Terry Grey Orchestra War Front, Home Front U. P. News Sign Ot£ TOMOBHOW -- TUES. A. 91. UP News El Corrido Mexicano Robert Hurlelgh Tell Your Neighbor Morning News. Trading Post Cecil Brown Gather 'Kound Kids ·News Morning Buyers Guide Morning Devotional Music of the Tropics News Queen for a Day Facts and Fun for Every- t one fitan Loins* Sports Views News Game of the Day [i:00 S:30 6:55 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 6:50 0:5!i 7:00 7:15 7:25 7:30 '8:00 8:15 8:30 0:00 0:15 9:.']0 10:00 10:05 0:00 fi:05 7:00 7:15 7:30 -·M 8:00 8:15 8:23 8:30 . 0:00 S:15 0:25 H:ilO 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:25 Junior Garden Club Is Organized Here A Las Crucca Junior Garden club hits been recently organized under the sponsorship of Uic Mesilla Valley Gardcirclub. Over 70 children, including sixtli graders from Central school and 7th graders from the Junior High, are members of the club. President of the sixth xrade section is Gary Grjpgs and the seventh grade president is Lois Humphries. Projects of the dull at present ·ire rose gardens on the hospital lawn and Alamedn school grounds. The new organization is under the adult leadership of Mrs. Harry Schirfcric. Miss Blanche Baker and Mrs. Frank Jones. COMING EVENTS A contiiiuntion of the study of 'Highways in Uic Desert" by Jda Patterson Storm will he the pro- pram for the Blonnyc' Foreman Cirrlc mcetinK at 7:30 Thursday night in Die home of Mrs. David Nusbaiim. Mrs. Nusbaitm will lend the discussion of the bonk which is a t\- .silnie of people engaged hi inia- jionary work in Arabia. * Chi Omeg-a A l u m n a e will meet at 7:,10 tonight in the Chi Omega house. r\EAE-DOROTHY DIX: 1 | mvo a d a u R h l c r (nn onlv e h i h l ) J-' who is nlinost 33. On Monday n i g h t s she "Oes'to O i i l bcout mcoliiigs; on Wednesday ni B iils she lakes clniicin" li* sons, w i t h my hnsbnml or me Liking her i n t o t o w n and callii"- for fcor; on Friday nighls she goes to t h e school dances v.'ilC l.io gang. We have always encouraged her to brill" lior friends home a n d have tried to m a k e them feel welcome -n.l have sonic refreshments handy. We have never objected i f some boy walked Her. home from tho dances ar. ! have let her go onl at nlglil with Iho guns ns lur,s as there were elianerones"along, or to so anywher.; iu tlio daytime without chaperones. Now slle lias met a boy at dancing school wl-.n Beeiiis to lie very nice and is well-mannered, !'- w a u t s to t a k e her to tho movies, ivlilcli Is auoiii fill Mocks from our home, on Saturday night. Her f a t h e r objects. Baying she is too young to'sta'rl go- i ins out with the lioy in (he a f t e r n o o n . I told hor to a s k . t h e lioy over S a t u r d a y night to play records and dance or watch television, but she says that would be boring, a n d t h a t ' w o are treating her like a baby. Do you t l i i n k we are wrong and aro being a litllu oW-iasliioncd? Al w h a t age should a girl bb a l l o w e d Iu have dales at uislit? 1 will appreciate any help you can giv.i nl °- MUS. H. E. M. AXSWKK: Your d a u g h t e r is a rery l u c k y girl to be a l l o w o J tho freedom she lias, and to have such uadoi-staudlng parents. OTHERS WOHS10 OI'P It slio could sco the pile of mail I get from girls 17. IS anil ?0; whoso parents never permit Bliem out al n i g h t , she w o u l d rcasc to bemoan her Talc and settle down lo enjoying Iho blessings v i l l i whirl. Heaven has showered her. 'Tile problem of llle ago at which a girl should bo p e r m i t t e d ' l o go out alono wilh boys at night Is uol olio wllli an a r b i t r a r y solu- lion The rlgbl ago for one girl would not be the r i g h t ago for another. In some communities where a group of boys and girls have grown up logclhcr from babyhood, where 'their lamilics arii all intimate friends and where Ibo places of amusement frequented aru k n o w n lo all families, Iho problem is usually sellled w i t h o u t too lunch fuss. However, where Ihc hoy is a strangor to the slrl's family, the parents n a t u r a l l y feel l h a t they must exercise moro caution, and the problem becomes more involved. A n o t h e r very impor- l a n l factor is the character of tho girl. Is she closo enough to her parents to confide in thorn, and to ask questions tlial she knows xvill ho f r a n k l y answered? Docs olio havo enough judgment to keep away from pl.-.ccs which will do her reputation no good? To my mind, a girl u n d e r I I does not have tho J u d g m e n t or Iho sense of responsibllily to warrant her d a t i n g at night. Vonr daughter is too young to go to tlio movies w i l b a boy alouo at night. Let her wait another year. In the meantime. Iho social program she is now following is certainly a generous one, and should keep her well occupied. Probably t h e hoy's parents aren't too keen on tho idea of Ins youngsters going out at nigM, rilher, and they'll welcome tho co-operation you are extending to keep them both from growing up loo fast. Pioneer Couple Celebrate. Their Golden Annivt'rstiryAl Reception Held Ry Friends Mr. nml Mrs. W. T. Smith U'oru honored on their Golden \Vr ding Anniversary · with lion i n - t h e home of Mr. M. S. Davis. Juno ill. mutely 60 friends mid Slrnlght lines give n new modern look lo rallun pieces in Iho Caribbean group shown above. These sinarl casual ral!an lourtgo clialrc feature brilliantly covered spring Illled cushions. ~ " " " ' were present for the nrnision. " ! Iho .li-ll Wed- t,,,,, a tTCt-p-1 ,,,.,,, and Mrs. Approxi- relativr.i A K"'1 theme was carried out the decorations of the room. The lace-covered serving .tnble was centered w i t h a lovely bnuquel . of Roldcn mums, flunkeii U.v Ro hl j Mexico in IDlil. s tapers in crystal candelabra. ilple, iirosided at t h e survinjr Miss Duris Iiavis, nnother Kianildanghtt.'r, played wedding inli.sic on the pianu. DnrinfT the evenin/f the couple was pri'scnlnd w i t h gi»ld wcilding bands hy t h e i r ^randchihlren. jAlosilln I'ilnirers Mr. ami Mrs. S m i t h e n were married in Cnnversp, Ixjnisiana, Juno IP. 1P01. They rame to N'cvv t l i n j ; in the Aie- Valley, where Mr. Smithen Anniversary Cnite A lai'ge three-tiered wedding cake trimmed in gohl was placed at one end of the (able and a crystal bowl filled with jrold punch was on tho opposite end. Mrs. C. J. Modrall and Mrs. Robert Alberson, "TJindtlam;hlers of i'd for m:iny years. They ore Smithen has been employed' a 1 " liolloman . Air 13aso for the past eight years. ; The couple have" six children, .^Rhteeii grandchildren and seven prcat-RTaiKlchiltlren. Their f^iidj-en are: E. L. Smithen. Kl i'aso; l\ V. Smithen. Tnisa, Olda.; Thunnan Smithen. Arroyo Grande, Calif.; Mrs. John Champion. Tioga, Louisiana; Mrs. R H. Davis. Lns Cni- ces; Miss Anniebelle. Smitllcn, Alamogordo. Out of town Rilesls for Ihe evening included Mr. and Mrs. K.. I.,. Smilhon and family. El Paso; ,',lr. Mrs. T, J. Smithen and family. Arroyo Grande. Calif.; Mr. John Champion. TloRii. · La.; and Mrs. Hof-Tempered ComiUlully nlylcd end pyiccii lo meet Iho conRUTners' deinnnd for quality al low prices, the steel chairs ahown above ica- lurc a luKlrouB whilc-baltod enamel lln. I l8h; padded c'j.ihions. f' ' j K 0 PARTY LINES Dr. Russell Holt and (laughter. Janice,-El Paso, were dinner jrucsls of Dr. and Mrs. Ulysses McElyeii in their Fail-acres home Saturday night. * Miss Adda LaPoint is leaving, this week for a six weeks' vacation. She will po to San Francisco Los Angeles, Reno and Yoscmito National Park. On her return trip she will visit friends in Denver and Colorado Springs. 1~\KAH DOROTHY I H X : Aly h u s b a n d works all day long and Is *~* PO lirod when he conies hoiiio at n i y h t lhat ho dors not feel l i k e (joins out. 1 am t i r e d , too, from my' day's work In t h e h n m o and t a k i n g earn or my baby, and 1 would liko to stay at home, but lie insists on my going out and plans out ;i nroerani for me. l l u believes t h a t ·husbands and wives should hav« a f f a i r s w i l h other men and women and toil each other about t h n i n . l l o yayg tha' i have no HOIISO.because- i cannot seo that lor h u s b a n d s and wives to p h i l a n d e r is Ilia wny to enjoy life. Says bo is going to qiiit iuu unless 1 stoi) betnji au imritanical. 1 know I havo to rio ns ho wishes it 1 continue to live with h i m , ami it almost crushes rny life- to do it. Yet 1 lovr. him and would do anything Iu the world for him t h a t ' w o u l d ptaasa h i m . Do you think Ibis k i n d o[ IKu will work anil brine: us liapniuoss? MA RIB E*JK£' AXSIVKH: J ccri.iinly don't. No marriage In tho world will I gf^ si nml tbo strain or a p h i l a n d e r i n g husband and wife, each h a v i n g 1 iJftf t h e i r lillle cxtra-muritul affairs. ' You cannot bo both boiul and * free, and marriage is bondage, it is t w p pcoplo b i n d i n g ihemsulviis ,together of their own will and accord. H la g i v i n g (bemselves 10 cac!-. other. It is belonging to each other. And when you break t h a t tie tho whole t h i n g goes to pieces. Also, there is liiimun n a t u r e to bo considered and it ia not ; possible fur any ii'an who loves bis w i f e , or who even lias any de- I i cuiicy of feeling regarding hor, to want her to have love a f f a i r s I · SHARP ORANGE AND BLACK w i t h other men. c- ··· · - ' i\*o woman is u n d e r any obligation to c o n t i n u e lo l i v e w i t h a husband wbo insists upon her d e g r a d i n g liersr.lt and doing t h i n g s t h a t v i o l a t e her conscience and smirch her honor. w residents of Alamopordo. Mr. 1 Louis Ru-lam!, Siust.i Fe. VIC-TONE Dry Cleaning Wilh Absoluloly No Shrinkage MODEL CLEANERS '"; Anlhnny 13rum:mn !.f onn of tin- Mil's iims'l I \v;nilol fugitives u:i il.s '"I'm Most I WantiMl C i i i n i n i i l K " luil. The :ifl- yrar-nld HraiK-atM has broil Illliltoil by UK- MJI since !:,? was filciilillcil ;is a mi'Miii.T of ;i i n i i r - m n n holiJup ;;aiiK which ruhhi-tl the commission race Injoli :iL tlui J r l;iniiii'-o hold in 1,:!M Vr K as. Ktv.. M.iy ^M fif Uiiu ; r;ir. He ha^ n ;t r jii.iiu:[it liosc, Li-iiiilly wear:) h o r n - n i i n n c ' i );Ia-;M^. i.s Ti fror. S Indies mil. . wi-^lis T7(.) p(.ii:i.l:i. inj. black l];i I thin nn t « , p and lii.-i i-yra aro lirnwn. (imcnuitiniiiil) W. J. LITTLE REALTOR IEKA1, BSTATI 1 ; * LOANS First N a t i o n a l linnk HHg. Tlie United States Dcparlmenl of the Interior lias jiirisdictior over more than 600 million ncrcr of public land. A MUTUAL NETWORK AKFIUATB LOOK LISTEN ? FOR WHAT WHEN ? WHERE ? S«T. The area of the Netherlands is 15,764 square miles. Only a f i f t h of Greek suil can be put to agricultural uses. Silk hoaaji is shown In a softly lilim New York day drc.'JS, from the summer, 11)51, collection of ;i Ni'\v York tlc:ii;:ner. *]'hc Iwditc trias-crosses .slightly to the waist- Jiiic. Ijcllctl in the fabric. (N. V. 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