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   Las Vegas Daily Optic (Newspaper) - October 17, 1952, Las Vegas, New Mexico                                L VMM DaUj OplW OCIIMT 17 lv Mexico Around Las Vegas SVillcy WHS inizer of thc IIUIV thC Siltf IMMWlf II this A Calendar tor Clara Tnuisiir weekly uaiire in the FI rv t k Fidel iialhoiill II p in V Hen Wiro loin vill Me iVffr i1 T md snnlviihe he envi f Saints iMl Siii r hytonan ciuiu1 MH V if nilh a h c i Mr I vill I I i Solois Will I vi illi Suidav a i ri1 lii f MI i titu s I Locals it liuiv f Crl Wv i ii td1 I1 n Ml AlijUllit niUV MIII Nil Hi n Mi niu Mrs S k I lili H ail Mrs 1 C RIVYM ia vacation points in rliim Las Vo Mr and Mrs Elmi r ttass aid qas they are to aivompahicd 1 hah r are r llirirson OoiT attend Mis Jov Trudr an lur molluT Mrs P W Frank nd Mrs Rc AVTV Savel Colin San Francisco Saturday lir San Iru Calif lo Calif VC1 called tn Albuquerque S hv thc illness f ihnr brother Curne s son Chnle I Lurnc am Juan Boca From Aibuiiueiiur famil Mrs Frank and Mis Coffin cune Matirhv HOIII manawr if tn Las to spend a days r visiting Mr and Mrs Fred Frank fiiursdav fur York on 1 Mrs i W Frank is Fred Franks mother Mrs Coffin is hfs aunt Joselino and his fiiar i S V irauacer at Wr i fr Halimark Grestina Cords For Christmas Clever sparkling original and personalized With your name imprinted Box nf 15 SI75 TAUPiRTS JEWELRY STORE 505 6th Vhone 85J News PhoM I Vegas Delegates paf Q Brieh Rides OH Attend Scout Meet 9f Ferry Can t Get Off Former HU Students Married Last Sunday HONG In the tif the bi icii ftidily and n few close fi icnSs Mis Bottie Lou Anglin mid MtCnid uoro murriod Sundiy iiftii neon Ort it ihreo oYIiek Rev Pnul lively ufriciiUMl at the clmible eoremotiy iuid it the of tho brides pantiN Mr nnd 1 II Anglin Ariii slacl Mexico Thc cofeninny took place MM ininrovisofi altar in front 1 UK fivunlvtctv An arrangement uf tir uiu rd dirysantheuvurs pui hiippinoiis i hf1 fi replace mantel A miniature chuicJi at thr iit of the fluvers Decorations on rich sitie of tho altar wore nni baskets uf For the tho biidr given in inarriatje by her faiei woro a navy blue suit with navy while aecessorie She corsage of happiness roses Mor a iinglo Htfafttigf Krtton Girl Heads HU Muxic Chtpter Beverly Inrifs junirn from Iti ton was elected president of the Highlands Univcrsiy chapter of Music Educator National Confer ence during a mootini held Tues day evening in tho Mu sic hall The proprofession a organiza tion for future teacher will have Edith Paxtpn as vicepresi dent and Alton McCanless ay sec reiary Next nieetinfi uf the will be held Tuesday Oct 1 Hoberta Zohn is sponsor Jolin UictiTcIi president 1 the Las Girl Scout couucUi Mrs Merlon Jiffird leader and camp chairman fur local Sroirs nave returiieJ from Albu qufrquc whero they atiendtd u conference for royion nine com posed of Oklahoma Toxas and New i Mcxicu Oct H15 Hieiie of the cotifoivicu was The Growing Fore fjr F r e e1 which seems destined to bccorm Waldo Honors his permanent residence Um address o owning fl Porjuiialcly OBrien k not af TJ iiicotinrfs Conornl sessions flicted Wlth seasickness but oh 1 followttd bv Bioup discusalons I lie evcr 9lch 9 The 300 dcltiuus wtio divided1 somewhere ihoro Friday into groups fjr finnlv dinners ffiht in the 40mliesstrctch be j ael Patrick OBrien 1 r 1 W who and his second the Hong KongMacau seaborne Inlerurban went for a ferry boot ride cant get1 off starts month tomorrow oil tween British Hong Kong and Portuguese Macau And the whole dlplamutlc bier archy of this Asiatic corner of the world was at sea too over what Phi Sigma lutn Croup Holds lintitilion hiring which they heaid discus sions by seiuur Qirl Scouts on vari ous projects of the organization The Lus attend ed thc S ate Archaelogical Excava lion camp section Ths camp is carried on each summer near Santa Fe fr Girl Scout from over the country by Dr B Dulton One of the of 1 h Q muetiny was the annual banquet this year observing iht anniv ersnrv of Scoutiim Mrs Vaughn Feniusor pjis naiional preaident j student council explained student from SchnciUidy N was the government to the Stu told of a j PTA meeting held HigKSchoolPTA Hears Council Bernle Lopez president o the Obituary Mrs Gregorita V Romero Miv V R DOLLS These beautiful lifelike dolls are 28 inches tall All rub ber In colorful pink and Calitornn Store 141 Bridge St Ph 117J Girl Scout News Giri Srnu Trciop H inci i j htune nf ut ir U a Blnk TlHirslty ATr ii d n ilirv p y they foniiiUHd vmkiii r tvHct making Ly win was chiirliuy fir he Judy nnd Mrs liif i A InieU were absent parls matching i from tlic bridegroom ProcediiiR the icrcmony the rnndlos were lit by J H Anulin Jr brother of thebride Miss Elaine Mitchell Santa Fu I Love You The bride tfroom sane They UCJT accxtinpaiueu liy Miss Bertha of Las VcisMrs J H Anehn Jr pyod Warners Bridal Cho rus Milthell Ijridesniaid wore a njvy blue rul white suit and a of pink rosts Ward Olson Santa Fe sirvcd as best man Tin mother wore n plum col i rod nfternnon dress She wore a corsage of white carnations The reception table was ecner ci with a traditional wedding cake irfl decorated with white mum andvod rope1 Miss and Mrs Adeline Jr The bride is a graduate of Clay school Univcritv The hndo n rr Mr ami Mrs W F f Wis alo ied Hiuiilinri i in he U S Navy vd Mrs MiCurrl plrn o liomi1 at lOiT CatrJ ti re B itbe TRalph of Department of Moiern For i eiiin LanguaKLs at Highlands Uni vorsity was initiated into Lamb da Lambda chapter of Phi Inta national honorary romame fraternity at a ehapter jncetiiiK lield Thursday evening at the home of Dr Jran Lee The uutiation certnvmny was coiiducuii by Andres Hernandez protent of the chapter assistivi Dr Leo Mrs Eloisa Meyer Mrs TiUie C de Baea Mrs fir Anne Lohrli Mrs Isabel1 Mrlner ney and Mrs Margaret Arayin AfJer the initial ion ceremony Dr Lohrli yave a brief hi tory of the national fraternity and of the founding of the chapier at Hish 1 lands UniverRiiy fur chan rr iirnities he vear uere presented and Refreshments were sewed bv Dr Lee at the of tie meet in y Guesis present were recent tuur she olid her hus band took and of the oonimon bind of all Girl Scouts throughout the At the elofiniif session Coron nadu Council of Albuquerque led the entire reading the HifiU IIousu conference pledge children high school Wednesday Teacher Training Includes Visit to Santa Fc Schools of the most interesting and IV LiujRs df ilc In Ser for leathers in in ibu Uvvn schools projiram is thai of visiting other schools in thc state first to participate was a group of prcfirst through third grade teachers from the North public and Union schools Thc croup qfbtored to Santa Fe night at the high school Any student can bring up any problem in the student council meetings Lopes explained The president of the council la elected from the Junior class near the close of school each year to serve during the following Thc vice president must also be a member of theJunior class and i is elected In thtf same manner The secretary and treasurer may be j from any of the four upper classes and are elected ill the soring In the fall two members areelected I by each home room to serve on the i council j Lopez introduced Nash Garcia 1 vice president Beverly Robertson secretary and Carla Madrid treas urer A typical meeting was con i dueled by the councilThey set a the football prom and j appointed a central planning com mitlee They also discussed the need for a cleanup campaign and appointed a committee to meet with Mr Hurt to set a date They also discussed a senior welcome MrCord attended Bajph MacWilliams an Dr Felix Tuesday and was welcomed at the WoodsGormlcy school by Ward Curliss director of schools in Sani U Fe and Mrs Susie Klemos suj pervisor dance for freshmen Rebels Pound French HANOI IndnChira Vt 17 Communist Victminh relels pound cd a surrounded iulp isi ivfcitii acullery and ivuirur fn j JhrougholJi the nci ihtnt fenders braced Friday lor a j ibiy decisive iracii in he 1UW I new i The btaiegcd French held i Htra legic anchfT jioint i i1 l nl I he Ha11 The FiMien Vietnam son troaps i minh regiment A in back in he inniui r1 i Clinton D Richer Cbiiti I IM h Er vi r Id Ri i S5 South i a il This nvrn fiMiviim i loim Rev or inirr of tAe Spanish vvUii chnvci f i e i i in Ia tri vearj fcsidrs Irth bov is i Chenie and tuo r Ihjlin ari DaviH also Mrs Katlicr Paooiv Kan and tit i ri S1 i i at Study Club Entertained Ih Mrs C ileRaca Our Ladv of Sorrows Stuov mt t the home of Mrs Til WMl Morning Meeting Held in Kuemper Home A coffee honoring Mis n executive for tlie state WMU was heli Werinosrlav at the home of Alrs F mer Kaemner i Miss fnlov who rame to Lre Vocas from her heiiuarter in Albuciuerque discussed all phase of WMU work A short business It was announced that the Dist PTA conference will be held Jin Taos Nov 14 10 to 4 oclock Anyone wishing to go from the its vere served at n6h school PTA was requested to the schools cafeteria while Curtis contact the President MrsC R outlined some of the objectives of i hischool program Bickel Glenn Hawley announced that The methodf drnlinwith prejthe purchased as the first eliKlren va novel and interrcsult ot mA last year ehm All rhillren entermschool I and thls eat have bcen received for the first time arc enrolled in Thc wi bc worn Vhcn the e C de Bnca on Tuesday niaht j conducted by president Mrs 1 W The Rev H C Lomme directed Wootres befnre Miss now spoko the study to the The hostcs served refreshj lovely autumn centerpiece jspeak English learn from being to he follnwine members autunin with those that do speak the of knowledge of Ejjlish or their en Curiss said he feels that all children need that school readiness learning to be in a croup and setting adjusted to lUc that those that do not their Presents their program at the Mrs Mela SilvaMrs iratetl the tables and the Kae Mike Sena berry Mrs and Ms Lesch Mrs James Rrse P L Sanchez Sr on GORDONS JEWELERS for just one dollar more LIMITED T3MEACT NOW with every set of 1847 Rogers Bm you get a lovely 42PUCE DINNER SET just add to your account ALL 94 PIECES ONLY Your choke of 5 magnificent patterns in 1647 Rogers Bros Down Easy Monthly Christmas layAway Ntw Mexico plan Lopez v p o Thr bear C IT I V Ist oijirt rTaliniZ all of as an I William Toon of riuc a M antiements id liivrlion of Memorial Mortllriry OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS Mrs Thomas HlW Guest Speaker Nnfjmi Thomos represent the Liue of Women Voers Miikr t the Business nnd Profes nomil Women during their meet vVLiiiesdtv riifiht cit thc home f Mrleysie Brake inns traOr through ihe years to ireent lime She ponod out iyfluence women hive resnonsibility liitis Ihe lorn leaue women his arcornnlisiel Se also ait luesionniires filler in tiy for slate ani natio These aiisvcrs lu ques Jions askerf by the of wo neii voters to tin IjuMness profesioiia wo Mr Ala jiresifierit pre sideH at tin meeting Mi Jane Warm1 r irei secrcai in the of Mis Vivian Viri Mrs I Shack Icforcl will rejjresent cliilj at the siitp meet in in fnrm intton to e heir this iand HjfreshireiiU vere sevrdur YpninL The meet jc held Nov home Mrs J B Brown Sr and Mrs E S Watson VMmon Mr A M Sperrv Mrs F J Tvrs W K While J A Hill Mrs B L Johnston Mrs r M Mont frnmcrv Mrs A H llarri Mrs iGR McDaniel Mrs Carl Nelson jiWrs UUlcr Hirris Mrs J W i Wootres Mrs Bessie Gordon Mrs jBarnev TshRll Mrs 1 n Brown Sr Mrs E B Hrks Mr 1 n Oeist Mrs K S Wason Mrs T G Rodes Mrs H Hughes i pltilHren Donna Johnson Cash j Bobby Rhodes and the hostess j Mrs Kaempcr mpcrjine e Here the teacher Croups then as to ability He also advocate DenK cray Teach and and Dec 8 PTA meeting I The high school PTA is planing i a bake sale with the time and place to be announced later The November meeting will feature a panel discussion Music art and athletics will be disiussad with W J Robertson as The regular monthly meeting night of the high school PTA was changed from the third Wednes this tia5l 1C sccond Monday of each his Sliiden Teaching Job Miss Mary Mitchell who aUend 1 the past summer session at I has nnfln annointed associae director of Her Majestys Imperial Handicraft School at Addis Ababa Ethiopia Mi Milfhcll ill v to Stilhva ter Oklahoma Nov 2 to attend an indoctrination course at Oklahoma A M before flying to Ethionia bv way of Koine and She plans to arrive Nov Hi for her say of two years prnicipe maruiT in vhkh he pvet and principals Next thc teahers wore intro duced to a Room Muhcrs meet ins Mothers meet weekly with tvri aii f principal Coni piailts and are given The policy of llp school is no parent complains to the c i V v teachers visited and observed vorlt in four schools Khythmir activities play an im Kr in thc S mta Fe school sysem In tho primary Rrades these activities are stressed throllh music physical education and arts iniiMo teahcrs carry an in program rhythm and action songs are taught in the pre rst and first music theory be jrjns ii the second urade Physical education begins in the prefirst featuriT rhyhm in various hnijninJ Art is rhythm on Oravins are fiom abstract to i real is in the informal i month during the meeting W C Hurt spoke oh the North Central Association as it rates with the Las Vegas high school Refreshments were provided and served by Mrs Donald Scward Mrs J A Davidson Mrs Char les Kincaid Mrs Billy Hunter Mrs Hex Horner Mrs Jack Hill son Mrs Charles Crews and Mrs rjoberl Youree Valinora Board Meeting Held in Chicago Monday Miss dtrii Entertains llridge Cnlb Thursday Miss Free Trips to Holland 1000 OTHER PRIZES Fabulous Old World Masterpiece in Glassware Silverware China Come In NOW for Your Bulbs and Entry Blanks FLORAIART SHOP Leona Gerk enrrtnined hT lridue club Thursday night a dessert course served at the Kl Fidel Coffee Shop Fonowint1 the dessert course h dub members wen to Mjss Coes liome played bridge Two Ktifts were invited to play for Mrs Paul Gen semtT rneinhf Those present included Tlrs Mildred Pierce Mrs lleil Simill Mrs Myrtle Tolliver Mrs RUsh Hughes Miss Gerk Miss COQ tin quests Miss Alda Hosier nild Mrs Kd eleven vere won ly Mrs en and Mrs Hughes j Dr C H Oellenthien superin i of Valmorn Sanatorium 1 has returned from Chicago where j he atended a meeting of the Sam tarium board of directors last Monday at the University Club j He reported that Miles StandisH representing Marshall Field and on Ihe board will retire in j December to return to his boyhood i home in Paoli Pa The board j elected Dr Eugene Walsh chief makin the trp were J suwm International Harves Iucv Orti profirst chairman j ter Co to fill the vacancy Marv Jomcrn prcfirsl Beatrice j IT Lopez prnfirsl and first Pia Ja j History of 2030 ratnillo first Dora Smdoval secI r ond axi third Fav sec traced at Meeting ond Doniitilia Gonzale Las Vegas 2030 Club in process Vclecia Geoffrion third Solelnd of beingreorganized heard the Mrs P 1 Sanchez Sr an1 j M Romero first reporter i history of 2030 traced last night Mrs n Romero wore presented The town teachers were accornj by John Bonefiold Hobbs panied by two Herman educators I dent of thc organization OLOS Altar Society Wednesday Meet with birthday gifts during the Wednesday afternoon meeting of Our Lady of Sorrows Altar So ciety held at the home of Miss Eose Lftsch The women sewed during the Fiftprnnon Miss served re freshments nnd gifts were pre seoLun to the women with the birthdays Those attending the meeting Mrs Sanchez Sr Mrs Ro Trteto Mrs Elmer Pettino Mrs Ed Lucero Mrs Gene Guonn Mrs Phillip Guerin Miss Mary nil Mrs Ioe Delaado and the who are ill Miss Lesch Dr Eleanoro Gladder and Dr Ka rin Hciirnueler 520 Ph 97W THE FINEST PACKAGE LIQUORS All Beer ond Wines O All Popular Brands C Lowest Prices O Free Delivery BENS LIQUOR STORE 5Mi Grand AvePk Hospital Notes Dolores VKil S Pacific has been admitted to tho Las vegas hosnital for treatment Those admitted to SI Arthonyfi hospital were Mrs Olmcda Cis MoiUezuma Stella Cnn WTatrois Kichard Bolin Rivera and Mrs Joe Mosimann iiV Kiith Man and wife to manage cafe at night 10 PM till 6 AM Man to cook wife to cashier arrd man age front Couple who are interested in making a connection Box E Los Vegas Daily Optic Youth must be served thc 20 30 club theme was stressed Representatives of 2030 clubs in Santa Fe and Albuquerque were present Creation of a safety coun cil for school chiudren was listed as a project for the reorganized club It was announced that eligible nen wishing to join the club should contact Bob Regensberg or Falvey n to do about 0 Brien OBrien slippw abuiid Out Lee HongScpt 18 at Miciu vylth out a ticket Likewise without pass port TheBritlsh turned up their tioKs at an International Red Cross card Identifying OBrien aj a statsksu Irishman Back at Macau the fortuBuesc matched noses with tha Biltlth nnd OBrien stated aboard Uio Lea HOBK Hes been there ever Macau to Hong Kong Hong Koiuj to Mcatm OBrien says hes a U S citizen The U S consulate says hes Hun garian The U N high commjaajoner for refugees In Hong Kong says there Isnt a thing the United Nations can do While OBrien cant prove he belongs to liny country neither can he prove that he Is stateless That lifts him out of the province of theUnited Natiuiis But it doesnt lift him off the ferry boat Miners in Protest Walkout PITTSBURGH Oct More than 120000 United Mini Workers were Idle in wildest strikes across the nation Friday in protcsi to the Wage Stabilization Bsards delay in granting a a day Wage increase However informed sources said Economic Stabilizer Roger L Put nam asked the WSB to defer ac tion until after the Presidents 17 man national advisory board on mobilizaion policy meets next Monday and Tuesday The first of the angry miners be gan walking out last weekend in southern Illinois whan the recent ly negotiated pay boost was not in cluded in their paychecks The unauthorized strikes have now spread into nine states with he Appalachian district composed of Kentucky West Virginia Vir ginia and eastern Tennessee being the Jiardest hit Nearly lOOOuO mi iers were idle in this area In West Virginia alore an esti ntiatcd 60000 diggers remained out the pits idle a haul IWothirds of the coal indvistry in ihat state However 5200 miners on the late shift at the Powhattan mine near Wheeling W Va reported back on the job Thursday night after the pit had been closed earlier Navajo Wells Bid DENVER Oct 17 Wl Invita tions to bid on the drilling of 12 water wells for the Navajo Indian Agency have been issued by the leneral Services Administration Denver The water wells will be drilled in sections of the Window Hock area Bids will be opened Oct 21 at the regional headquar ters of the General Services Ad ministration at Denver Do You Like To CRUMPLE FENDERS if you do this ia an easy stunt just turn right from the left lane Youll probably bear swearing and the screech of Try it at high speed on the highway and youll Ire the doakhoftlwparty But if you want to be a wfe driver turn from the correct lane and signal trot courteous thing to dp We like to dwcuM automobile imuranct with courteous driven because they are the careful drivers May we talk to you Chas P Trumbull 5Z2 DoutUa Ave PhaM J17 Time oft Out ilicreet Ic itaff will help ta time of sorrow a tribute to t loved Fumral I   

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