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Valley S@dh MISS BARBARA PAYNE. Editor Phono 7 THURSDAY CALENDAR I*jral Twelve club, Mrs. Forest JardTn h°,te,s at her home in E1 City Federation of Women’s clubs meeting at the Baptist church at 3:30 p. m. JK-T Brid»* c,ub* Mrs- J- J FOX Will entertain on W’est Washing ton street at 3 p. m. American Legion auxiliary will * 5**®lar meeting at the Legion home at 7:30 p. m. Ooen house at the home of Mrs. ♦ ♦ Jes8uP» Levee and St. James *or *be Undenominational Bible class, 2:30 p. m. • • • three club guests Three guests, Mesdames R. C. Morns, Lula George, and A. D. Dick inson, Jr., were entertained at the home of Mrs. W. W. Deen of the -lorris apartments Tuesday afternoon when she was hostess to the mem bers of the Tuesday Bridge club. The rooms were ornamented with red car n at ions and corresponding colored radiance roses entwined with ferns. A guest prize of lingerie was pre sented Mrs. Dickinson for making high score among the guests and Mrs. Ralph Schmeliing received the club rrize, a musical dinner chime. Tal jes at this occasion followed the tbeme of St. Valentine and each mem ber was asked to choose a tally. As they were drawn forth, colored georgette handkerchiefs, fastened to them, appeared from under the cover and served as dainty favors for the fuests. Others present besides the three guests were Mesdames R. C. Schmel ling. O. L. Hicks. Holland Wood. R. H. Kisman, G. S. Bremont, W. E. Heaner, C. I. Hunn, and Robin Tate. • • • FROM SAN ANTONIO Mr. and Mrs. Brian I. C. Norton re turned Tuesday overland from San Antonio where they have been visit ing the past two weeks. During their stay there they were present at the wedding of Mrs. Norton's sister, Lu cille Gaines, to Roy l lay Roberts which took place last Thursday. Mrs. Norton was matron of honor at the wedding. • • • ANNOUNCEM ENT Mrs. C. L. Jessup has announced that she will hold open house at her home on the corner of Levee and St. James streets, Thursday afternoon beginning at 2:30 p. m. fer the mem bers of the Undenominational Bible class. This meeting was postponed for sometime on account of illness in the family. • • • POST BRIDGE Meeting at the Officers’ club Tues day evening, the usual group of eve ning bridge players from the post end Brownsville were entertained by Capt. Herbert V. Scanlan w-hose time it was to be host to the club. Four scores were recorded during the evening. Lieut. Clyde Massey and ?Irs. F. T. Rice, scoring for hign, and Mrs. Fritz Schmidt and Col. Charles McH. Eby making second high scores among the players. Refreshments were served after the games. • • • RETURNS KC31E Mrs. Hu*~h Hirper returned Sunday from San Antonio where she has been ■pending .the past three weeks with her sister. Mr*. E. E. Darnielle. and young children. Edward Everett. Jr., and Helen Anne. After spending several days at home, Mrs. Harper will return to San Antonio for a short visit before going to New York City for an extended stay where she It holds back the hands ol the Gas Meter! An outstanding fact about the decidedly new Bull’s Eye Water Heater is that it supplies MORE hot water with LESS gas. An unsup ported claim of such effi ciency would not be worth publishing. Come to our store —see the Bull’s Eye— it has no coils to lime up or clog, nothing to get out of order. Be sure to see it. It’s entirely different. Sold by the RIO GRANDE VALLEY GAS CO. 13th Street — Across from Western Union Tha Bull’s lyt Is $18.00 —and It’s built ta last. will be under the treatment of a fa mous ear specialist. • • • LETTER TO LOCAL CLUB A letter has been received from Miss Lena Madesin Phillips, president of the National Federation of Busi ness and Professional Women’s clubs, by Mis Julia O’Brien, corresponding secretary of the local club in which she praises Texas spirit and Rio Grande Valley fruit. Miss Phillips has just returned to her home in New York City from San Antonio where she attended a state meeting of the club the first week in January. The main social feature of the occasion was a banquet at which Valley grapefruit was served. Later Mrs. Hipp arranged that some choica Valley lemons be shipped to the New York home of Miss Phillips. She writes that “those extraordinary lemons were shipped to me here and have been the source of wonder to New Yorkers and are so unusual here that they seem almost unreal to us.” She went on to say how much she en joyed the visit in Texas. • • • Mr. and Mrs. O. C. McFarland of Los Angeles are here visiting she parents of Mrs. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Jones, snd other rela tives. McALLEX HOSTS AT BRIDGE Mr. and Mr. E. A. McDaniel enter tained Wednesday evening at their home on North Tenth street with three tables of bridge. Those enjoy ing the hospitality were Messrs- and ; Mesdamas R. M. Bounds, C. C. Mc i Daniel. W. H. Moon, H. Jewell, M. L. Kreidler. Mr. Jewell was awarded the gentleman’s prize and Mrs. Kreid ler the ladies’ prize for successful playing • • • RESERVES PICNIC Twenty-six members of the Girl Reserves enjoyed an outing Wednes day evening at the Montezuma Coun try club. Supper was cooked on the camp-fire, and later music and games were the source of much pleasure. The party was chaperoned by Mrs. Kunz, Miss Ima Mason and Miss Ruby Wells. • • • JOINT HOSTESSES Mesdames Charles Bartliff and D. Moore were joint hostesses Thurs day afternoon with bridge, compli menting Mrs. Roy Ferry of Winfield, Kansas, and Miss Eva Woolridge of I.vnchburg. Virginia, at the home of Mrs. Bartliff on North Fifteenth street. Mrs. Frank Crow received a prize for high score ard Mrs. J. T. Powell received consolation prize The guests of honor were present ed remembrances. The personnel of this party included Mesdames T. J. Powell, 'George Kunz, R. t. Horn. Alex Woolr'dge, R. V. Stevenson. H. F. Ferry, Frank Crow, Jim GTasscock, and the guests of honor. • • • INFORMAL DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Alex Woolridge en tertained Tuesday evening with an informal dinner party complimenting Ed Jamison of Fulton, Missouri The guests were: Messrs, and Mes dames H. F. Ferry, R. E. Torn. Frank Crow, Roy Ferry of Wirfield, Kan sas. Fd Jamison, Miss Eva Wool ridge and Dr. W. W. Utzman. • • • G1EST HONORED Mrs- E. A. McDaniel was hostess to the Wednesday Bridge club of last week. As a special complime-t to Mrs. Roy Ferry of Winfield. Kansas. | one table of extra guests were in vited. COM PL! M ENT * G LEST Mrs. M. II. Laycock entertained Saturday afternoon complimenting her guests. Mrs. Frank M. Rood of Pirrre. South Dakota. During the social hours a refresh ment course was served to the fol lowing guests: Mesdames J. E. Leslie, A. B- Cockrum. J. S. Bonner. R. Har ris. Ray .1. Bentley, L. E. Humphries. Roy Hardin. J. II. Laycock. L. E. Wig ton of Alamo. Garner of Huron. S. D.. Sadie Buckhart of Donna, ard H. F. Albaugh of Alamo • • • P. E. O. DELEGATES Those attending the P. E. O. meet ing in San Benito Friday from Mc Allen were Mesdames O. R. Osborn. Forrest Moore. R. J. Bentley. O- E Burg. Roy Telford. E. M. Card, A. B. Cockrum. F. B. Freeland. Floyd Glasscock. J. E. Leslie. H. B. Glen denring. K- C. Jones. Fred Knud«on, F. E. Osborn. Carey Smith, Clay Zachry, Lyman, and Miss Mattie Mc Donald. • • * INFORMAL TEA Mrs. Paul D. Miller entertained with a tea Thursday afternoon com plimenting Mrs. Joe Cunningham of Houston and Miss N. C. Hammer of Dallas. Throughout the house pink sweet peas and spring flowers were arranged. In the center of the tea table was another bow! of sweet neas. ard around the bowl were placed pink tapers in amber holders. Assisting the hostess were Mes dames P. M Perkins. John Becken holdt. Sr.. J. E. Leslie. Geo. Gaddv. R_ M. Bounds. Wm. Payne. Grady Timmons. John Beckenholat, Jr., and Lee Green of San Juan. Taking part in the games were Mesdames Roy Ferry, D. C. Cole man, Charles Bartliff, Harper, R- V. Stevenson, J. W. Tompkins, Henrv Griffin. H. Jewell. T. J. Powell, H. F. Ferry, Fred N. Gantner, Paul D. Moore. T. M. Seavvell. Gail Hart, and E. F- Phelps. Mrs. Fred N. Gantner received the high score and Mrs. Roy Ferry a guest souvenir. HONORED AGAIN Mr. a-d Mrs. H. F. Ferry enter tained Thursday evening with a bridge party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ferry of Winfield. Kansas, their hou'-e guest and Miss Eva Woolridge of Lynchburg. Va. Mrs- Ben Anthony and R. E. Horn received prizes for high scores. Mrs. Roy Ferry and Miss Eva Woolridge were presented favors. The personnel included Messrs, nnd Mesdames Ben Anthony. Charles Bartliff. John Ewing. Alex Wool ridge. R. V. Stevenson. R. E. Horn. Paul D. Moore. Frank Crow. T. J. Powell. Dr. and Mrs. Allen Kearby and Mrs- Percy Herman and the honorees. • • • PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Paul MrCauley of Altus, Okla.. were guests Thursdav of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hardin- They have been visiting friends in the Val ley for two weeks. Mrs. C. P. Samon went to Harlin gen Thursday to attend the district board meetinp of the Y. W. C. A. Me«dame« J. M- Do«s a"d Chas Tuner attended a bri'1'*'* lue<*he«n riven Saturday by Mrs. George Breeding of Mercedes. Mrs. W. A. FotUf aaJ «hJ?*n ' ‘ liart:' ife- /Jllsliik Rosenburg, Texes, who use# been the guests of Mrs. Potter’s mother, Mrs. M. B. Chalk, left Saturday for their home. Mrs. Bryan Collier of Donna was a McAllen visitor Thursday. Ed Jamison of Fulton, Mo., and A. R. Allen of Wichita Falls, who have been in McAllen for several days on business left Thursday for their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Miller have as their guest H. Holton of Austin. Mrs. Hood Jtoore of Edinburg was the guest of Mrs- Chas. Turner on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Rood of Pierre. South Dakota, who have been guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Lay cock left Monday morning for Miami. Fla., where they will spend the re mainder of the winter. E. A- McDaniel returned Saturday from Houston where he had been on leg*l business. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Murtry have returned from Corpus Christi. where th<*v have been since last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Ferrr. who have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H- F. Ferry, left Friday for their home in Winfield. Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cunningham of Houston. »vho have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gaddy. left Sat urday for their home. M's* Gertrude Schelaben snen* »he week-end with her parents in Edin burg. SANTA MARIA BIRTHDAY PARTY A party wag given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Pcrsonius Friday n;ght in honor of F. S. Champion. Mr. Champion has resided in Santa Maria longer than any person now living here and has served as post master for several years. Nearly all of his friends and neighbors came to help make this birthday one that he will remember. The evening was spent in husic and games and a general good time was enjoyed by all present. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Personius and Miss Fela Champion to the following guests: Messrs, and Mesdames B. M. Sanson). Jr., G. T. McCannon, B. O. Harps ter, Reese Hopkins. T. M. Shipley. Moore Mat thews. W. B. Beuge. G. P. Washing ton. H. F. Kaiser, S. H. McLain. Mrs. E. E. Black. Misses Bernice Foster. Daisy Grey. Annie Smith. Balfa Greer. Rosa and Anita 1'hampion. and J5. B. Dodson. W. E. Williams, E. H. Rowe, and Mrs. Erkenbrock. MERCEDES SISTER HONORED A courtesy of the week-end was one extended to Miss Laura McColl of Cincinnati, Ohio, who is visiting in the Valley by her sister, Mrs. Walter j Swarner. At the close of the after noon's social hour refreshments plate was passed to the folluwing guests: ( E. B. Witmer. H. E. Bennett, A. K. j Phillips. R. E. Kirkpatrick, Clyde j Fore, William Lick. L. Holme, George Morrison, Grant Morrison, R. E. Lee, I N. E. Tucker, Margaret King, R. M. Winn. Alan Hoisterdahl, T. W. Carter, ! and Jack George. • • • STUDY OF LEE The Mothers Study club held its j last meeting at the home of Mrs. H. T. Stotler. The subject of the pro | gram was the “Persons! Character of Lincoln and Lee.” Mrs. H. T. Tid ware discussed the “Life of Abraham Lincoln,” with “Lincoln as a States I man," being Mrs. J. R. Hopkins’ sub | ject. Mrs. H. T. Stotler read a paper on the “Life of Robert E. Lee.” fol lowed by Mrs. I* L. Frasier discus ! sing “Lee a* a “atesman.* Mrs. T. W. McQueen’s subject was “Benton to Sherman.” Other present were Mrs. Frank Dawson, Mrs. O. J. ; Schaeffer, and Mrs. C-. A. King. • • • PERSONALS Jim Green has returned to his home I in Portland, Ore., after a visit here in the home of his brother, Eric Green, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Straight of Cleveland. Ohio, have arrived in Mer cedes for a visit in the home of Mrs. C. B. Dunson. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan, of Mc Allen, were guests in the home of her sister, Mrs. H. E. Peters during the past week. Mrs. H. J. C heavers and children. Gene, Joe. Dewey, and Louise, were visitor* from McAllen, in the home of Mrs. Eric Green this week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Porter of Alma. Nebraska, who are touring the South and the Rio Grande Valley were guests of Mrs. Carrie M. Stuart this week. Mr. and Mr*. Maurice Rogers, who have had an apartment in the house of Mrs. Carrie M. Stuart, left at the week-end for Corpus Christi where they will reside. S. C. Woodruff. Sr., and son. Allan Woodruff, have returned to their re Perfume ^Tj Cara I Nome Perlunte Has a subtle charm of which one never tires. fn a new imported* bottle which makes it an attract i v e gift. ! Half-ounce Bottle $2.00 CISNEROS Drug Store I ** Phones 302—303 j home in New Haven, Conn., after a visit with relatives in Mercedes. G. P. Rogers who has been here for the past several weeks visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Chaimbers, has returned to his home in Licking, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Corder have re turned to their home in Houston, after a visit here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dudley. Mr. and Mrs. J. Renicne, who are touring the Rio Grande Valley, and who live in St. Louis, have continued their travels after a visit here in the home of Mrs. A. K. Phillips. W. P. Breeding has returned to Mexico after a visit here in the house of his brother, E. P. Breeding and family. Dr. snd Mrs. A. E. Chandler, of of Alice were week-end visitors in the house of Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Chan dler of this place. Mr. and Mrs. George Buchanan of Laredo, were week-end visitors here, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Free man. SANTA ROSA ' EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS A meeting of the executive board of the P.-T. A. was held Thursday afternoon to discuss ways and means of raising money to pay for the new piano which has been installed. It decided that the first meeting of those interested in the dramatic re cital and concert to be given soon, will be held Monday night at the school house. • • • BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. Hathaway entertained the Twin-Six Bridge club Thursday at her country home, the living rooms being beautified with vases of roses. Four tables of bridge were in prog ress during the afternoon and when the scores were counted it was found that Mrs. Beddoes had won high score among the guests and Mrs. Roy Brown, high among the members. Mrs. Palmer Patton scored second high. All were awarded prizes. A salad course was served at the close of the games. Guests of the club were Mesdamcs Lucas, Beddoes, Pembertaon and Wm. Woods. Sub stituting for members were Miss Anna Louise Hannah and Miss Hoge of Arkansas. • • • HONOR GUEST Mrs. H. T. Anderson and .Mrs. A. L. Todd were hostesses Friday after noon at the home of Mrs. Anderson at a party honoring Mrs. C. A. Beatle of Monroe, La. Mrs. R. R. Stephenson sang several very pleasing numbers and Mrs. Mc Coy gave a Scotch reading. The guests were then invited into the din ing room where they were served re freshments. Mrs. T. "V. Flint pre sided over the coffee while Mrs. Leon Hargrove poured tea. Those enjoying this affair were the honor guest, Mrs. Beatle, Mesdames Hannah, Bowers, Hargrove, Flynt, I Hammontree, Kiester. Deininger, j Erickson, Stinson. Shearer, Stinson, | McCoy, Stephenson, P. H. Sanwers, Birchfield, Anderson and Todd, Misses Margaret Oliver, Anna Louise Hannah and Dorothy Phillips. • • • BOOK LOVERS CLUB The Book Lovers club held its reg ular meeting Wednesday at the coun try home of Mrs. Bruce Stone with Mrs. Schnorenberg as assistant hos tess. Mrs. Bolandcr gave a talk on Col. Lindbergh who is a personal friend. Refreshments were served to the members and guests. • • • PERSONALS Mrs. Laura Love left Thursday morning for Denver. Colo., to accom-1 pany her brother home who has been | spending several months with her. I | 200AT LAND PARTYI ! Port Isabel Company Host at El Jardin Banquet V\ jsday Approximately 200 persons, among them 157 visitors from various points in the North, were entertained by the Port Isabel Townsite and De velopment company, sales division, with a banquet at Hotel El Jardin Tuesday night. A. J. McColl, salesmanager of the company, presided at the festivities, which begun shortly oefore S p. m. and continued until almost 11 o'clock. A varied program of entertainment was presented, which KWWG, the valley radiocasting station, handled by remote control from its studio on the roof of the building, and sent out to the world. A lo-minute talk on the Valley by C. M. Jessup, was the more serious feature of the entertainment- Mr. Jessup told of the Valley as it was 14 years ago, when he cam* here, broken in health and spirit; told his hearers vividly what it is today; ar.d presented several minutes of oound reasoning to back up his opinion of the paradise this section will be in the future. The Rainbow Ramblers, military orchestra from Fort Brown, supplied the gathering with musical entertain ment during the ni.al and inter spersed the remainder of the pro gram with melody. At the conclusion of Mr. Jessup’s talk the program was turned ovi r to the visitors, -nd a s jaker from each of the territories represented at the huge table told the “folks back home of the wonderful time” they are having. Speakers on the program were from Canada. Illinois. Missouri, Okla homa, Kansas, Indiana and Ken tucky, while the delegation from Jonesboro, Ark, formed themselvj* into a musical quintette, ar.d render ed a timely and snappy parody on a once popular song. The meal was served in the lobby of the hotel on a double row of tables reaching from one end of the space to the other. Aoout a dozer, other tables occupied the space be tween the two sections. The excursion party reached the \aUey Tuesday morning, and spent the day touring the Valley. Wed nesday was to be spent at Point Isabel, while a banquet has been arranged at the Gulfr de Casino for Wednesday night. The trip to the 'alley and to Point Isabel from Brownsville was made in a special train. Thursday afternoon the greup will return to Brownsville for a game dinner in Matamoros before boarding the special train for the journey- back to northern climes. PvOfrr ^sro District To Vc;e on P,nd* (Special to The Herald) MERCEDES. Tex.. Jan- 25.-N’otice of a bond election on an issue of $140,000 in the Progress district, new tract being developed between here and Weslaco, has oeen given. The election will be held Febru ary 20, ami the bonds, if voted, will be used to finance irrigation works in the new tract. | VALLEY RAriO WEDNESDAY KWWG—Valley Radio Station, Brownsville 12 m.—Weather forecast and mar ket n*wa service. 4 p. m.—Weather forecast; market news service and reports of missing men. 12 Midnight-r-Coathangers’ club. KHMC—Harlingen Music Company 7 to 8 p. m.—Musical program. .8 to 8:30—Mrs. H. A. Hansen of Virginia, Minn., vocal, with Mrs. B. F. Hardin, accompanist. 8:30 to 9:00—Instrumental music. Pharr Promised 75-Ruom Hotel PHARR. Tex., Jan. 25.—At a mass meeting Monday, called by acting I Mayor John Hensley, City Commis sioner Lowry revealed that the com mission has entered a tentative con tract with a San Antonio Syndicate for a hotel, which is to be construct ed as soon as the final plans are made. The hotel is to be located on the park belonging to the city situ ated across the street from the Junc tion Filling station. The building will have seventy-five guest, rooms and will be operated by chain officials. The final arrange ments will not be made until the Clans and specifications are accepted y the city commission. Mission Growers Gin Officers A: i Nr Tied (Speci.il to The Herald) MISSION, Jan. 25.—At a recent meeting of the stockholders of the Growers Gin here the following new men were elected on the board of di rectors: Frank Dudley, C. B. Thomp son and Pat Sweeney, the latter two being re-elected. The board of di rectors is composed of the following: | F. C. Whittlesey, president; Pat Sweeney, vice president; C. €. Ca vassos. A. A. Wingert, C. H. Mul | Key, Richard Vollmer and D. B. Westson. The company reports the past ! year's business very satisfactory and ' are making plans for a larger busi- i ness this year. The manager for the j gin will be appointed at a later date. j Colds When the air passages of the Throat and Nosa are inflamed from a Cold, the inflammation will remain until the Cold id gone. To work off the Cold and to fortify the system against Grip and Influenza, Tafca11**^^ jy laxative IBromg \ \QuinineJ Ubhti Jr It ia easy to get rid of a Cold if ! you don’t neglect it too long. Get aboxofBROMO QUININE. 30c. ■ —Proven Merit since 1889~ ---■ 6x9 Felt 18x30 inch Base Cocoa Linoleum Door Rug* Mat* $4,95 $1.98 These rug values should hold your immediate attention. Beau tiful new rugs just arrived all priced low to save you money. Newest designs for every room—exquisite Persian, Turkish, Chinese, and American patterns. Every rug in leading demand. Room Sizes 6x9 Ft. Axminsters.$20.50 7*4x9 Ft. Axminsters., $22.50 8>4x101/2 Velvets., $25.50 8>4x10>4 Axminsters. $33.50 9x12 Velvets. „ $29.50 9x12 Axminsters.$35.00 9x12 Anglo Persians. $129.00 Linoleum (kLwM^H tHffii Remnants It isn’t very often that we quarter ^sections have enough remnants on hand to hold a sale—but this Special Bargains is one time and y°u can b»y them for mighty low prices. These rugs were made up Many large enough to cover and cut into fourths for » in 8ize up __. T . to 16 or 20 feet long. use as samples. In each of these you have exactly Felt Base Remnants, sq. yard.39c one fourth of a 9x12 rug. Inlaid Linoleum Remnants, sq. yd.. 79c Including axminsters and ___ velvets that would ordin- Brownsville arily sell for $50 or $60. Elizabeth at 13th St. Priced for quick , ,San B«nito ... 24o Sam Houston selling at Boulevard $5.25 —$6.95 R 207 W^i'aXn St. C7 qc Better turnituie McAllen % tPl.Jj Next to Palace Theatre Amazing Offer Wed. Jan. 25, thru Sat. 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