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>ggpy« AT PARTY .;..jmm§ Bernice Henry, Sank Sha ‘WS *M Anna Las Shapiro will ba tka Brownsville girls to go to *HJ»ad*® to set on the receiving ^iSsbw Girls at San Ssni S* ^dar** °* Hop* Chapter oi • • • i^urrixiioiii *he have bee** J*“pleton °* DaUas! £* **«g af Browns villa for the gflggP yaks, returned to their Mrs. Gregg returned 1 Wl: **AAL advertisement «“Mition (» the city of Wl __ reownsville IS IT REMEMBERED that at a •* U* City Com mi s City of Brownsville, held i*.**® City Hall oa the ;idrd day of Tahraaty. IMS, a Rcsolation was miilMMb Canwggonar Hipp and Ji citinanahip dTihe Hj^^^^K9E3iy|fi|pBB r ite^ desire that —- ------— of deciding whether __City should issue t-onda in tha Mjpraiimate sum af One Hundred Iy—wd Dollars i$100,000.00) for jig purpose of stewing and install ■t na Airport sad Psn; and, M WHEREAS, ia tha iatarast of pub Ha policy and ia raapaaaa to tha de Hvsa af many af ths citisens ths Qmiasioa of said City has pledged tha eitiseaship of um that before lh balding of said election it would iiviM tha public which of the con ••■pbtad sitaa ia its judgment and iiCWlity most nearly approximated ^WHEREAS, the Airport Committee at tha Chamber of Commerce has gade^lataua ivo and extensive survey Hsaa an four sites located wound aEd about said city sad has made, tfcrsagh W. B. Clint, its recommenda ;-y to the City rf the tract of land not i to tbs’study of the problems Rnalvad and tha sites offered, but Ena Has guns upon ths ground and Sms viewed sack of tka sites, and are Knflsaa sack of them personally with tka advantages and «f <he sitaa offered; >RE, BE IT RE etttseas of Browns that when and if. at its judgment and tha City Commis SSchnas a aits for a I_Jt and an Airport, provided of the citinanahip at the oncom Ktien decides tha funds avail i hr sneh ynzpase shall ba voted, sad te that aveat tha said City A acting oa the recoin - of tha Airport Committee r -s Jamd Eighty Eight ndradtlu (488.40) » much thereof as it is faasibla and Ear said Park and H>ut three aad a i City of Brawns Chica load, near echos! Dis - Hunt, _ _ Da van Hit. Matson and E A. that it Js * ■_I Tkis Interesting phots ef lbs. James A. Seed, wife of tke senior United States senator from Missouri, was taken recently in Ranees City, Me, where the Roods intend to settle down, unless the senator wins the' Democratic nomination for the presidency and is elected. her iwto aad will time visiting there, their visit those two guaats at ainy social affairs ia Brownsville. Having been visi tors ia tba city times before they have a heat of friends hare. LA FERIA WASHINGTON TEA The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pres byteries church entertained with a Martha Washington silver tea on Monday afternoon from t to f as tho country homo of Mrs. Sinclair Shear er. Mrs. Frasier aad Mrs. Gilead ia colonial costume, greeted the guests as they arrived. Presiding at the tea table were Mrs. Flynt aad Mrs. Todd both ia colonial costume. The harmonica bund under the di rection of Mrs. Burchfield gave sev eral patriotic numbers. Little Miss Maxine Linberg in quaint colonial garb gave a musical reading. Dorothy Jane Kieater dressed ns George Washington and Marion Kennedy as Martha Washington danced “Tho Second Minuet.” o o o Mr. aad Mr*. W. S. Hammoatroe entertained on Thursday at aa all day picnic at Point Isabel ia honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rogers of Mem phis, Tean. Those enjoying this hos pitality were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rogers, Mr. aad Mrs. Hannah and daughter, Anna Louisa, Mr. and Mrs. Ames Todd and son, Bobbie Burnt, Mr. Burns and Mr. and Mrs. Ham montree. o q e A wedding of local interest took place Tuesday morning when Miss Clare Schuckenhock became the bride ex mu toner at Bowling Green, Ho. Just the immediate families were gathered together at the St. Clemens Catholic church for tho ceremony. Miss Tillie Lauer of this place, sis ter of the groom, was the maid of honor. Tho bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schuekenbrock, who lived on tho North Parker read for many years prior to their going to Missouri a short time ago. The goom is tho soa of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Laaer, well known of this place aad owns a garage in SL Clemens, Me. A beaut: ful reception and dance wore held for tho happy couple on Tuesday evening. They will make their home at Bowling Green, Me. see PERSONALS Mr. end Mrs. Sinclair Shearer were dinner guests Sunday of friends in Deans. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lear and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Schuekenbrock wero dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Yrotzinger. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Blackburn of Mission who are leaving shortly for Louisiana to make their home, spent Sunday in the T. Y. Flynt home. MISSION BOOK UTOWED The P. E. 0. sisterhood met at the home of Mrs. T. R- Burnett on Fri day, with Mrs. Barnett and Mrs. B. ML Strong as hostesses. The topic for tho day was a book review on tho “Giants of tho Earth,” a novel of South Dakota pioneering days. Tkis book written by the Nor wegian author, Ola Edvart Rolaag, has bean received by reviewers aad critics everywhere as a new nets ia American literature. Mrs. A. M. A. Pickier was chosen ns leader for the day and gave aa axcnllaat review of the bees. see PERSONALS Gouveuor Stephens and A. J. Moon wero bare from Harlingen over the week-end visiting their home folks. R. C. Lowry hat beta ia Dallas the peat week. M. Madsea has returned tram a visit to tho home of his parents ia Denmark. Mr. aad Mis. Herbert Trahe of Brownsville spent the week-end here. Abe Boyd and wife are in San An tonie visiting relatives. T. B. Sammons was in Edinburg Wednesday aa a business trip. Miss Mary Alien RoteUe of Oar Lady of tho Lake college at Saa An tonio spent tho week-end with her uncle and aaat, Mr. aad Mrs. John H- Shary. Mr. aad Mrs. Sheldon Smith and Joe Huffman and wife have been visiting la Corpus Chrjsti tkis week. Mr. aad Mrs. Harold Pugh of Wes laco have been hi Mission visiting at the homo of Mr*. Pugh’s grand mother, Mr*. H. C. Rankin. MERCEDES ■KGAGamrr a-vnoitncid The announcement of the ap proaching marriage of Mias Daisy Martin to William Coo, Jr, has bean made, Mm marriage to toko place Saturday, March i, at the homo of tho bridal brother, P. O. Martin, in Texas. circle of friends of hath Miss* Mar tin and Mr. Coe who sro one of codas Ugh school for ths past five year* and daring that tuna lmd not only —da a host of friends in Mercedes, bat throughout tha Valley. Mr. Coe is connected with the Texas Producers anion and has lived near Mercedes for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Cos srill continue to —he Mercedes their heme. Federation Music Prizes Announced Mrs. J. W. Hoit of Mission, chair man of the music department of the Rio Grande Valley Federation of Women’s clubs, has announced tha opening of the second prise compe tition for composers of music in the Valley. A prise of $10 is offered for the host piano composition and $5 offered for the beat Song written. Rules governing the competition this year any that the competitors must be living ip the Valley and in land to mate it their home. The compositions must ba original aad shall never have boon published. All titles aad words most be in Eng lish to be considered among the man uscripts. Another precaution states that manuscripts must be anonymous but signed by tha composer with a mark of identification. The composer mast send with his work a sealed en velope containing his name, address, and n mark of identification the same as on the outside of the en velope. Manuscripts must be well written in ink and be sent in before April 1. Assurance has bean given that tha judges srill be musicians of ability aad srill make a decision on the works in time for the announcement to bo made at ths May meeting of the federation. BjM Issue Voted 'Sy RaymondviUe (Special to The Herald.) RAYMONDVILLE, Feb. 27.—The election here Saturday to determine whether the city of RaymondviUe would issue $75,000 in municipal bonds carried by about 4 to 1, the vote standing 122 in favor of the proposition to 27 against it. The bonds srill bo used for the purpose of improving the city water plant, completing the sewer system, and re funding certain outstanding city srar rants. Each of the propositions car ried by practically the rime vote. Lyford School Bonds Are Voted RAYMONDVILLE, Feb. 27.—An •lection m held in Lyford Saturday to determine whether the Lyford sehool district would issue bends in the sum of $40,000 for the purpose of building • new school house, and carried by a rote of 114 in favor of the proposition to 17 against it. NET FOR U. 8. CRIMINALS LONDON.—Wetch la being kept at all ports for five American safe blowers supposed to be coming to 1 • %L. ft' 1 - "f v-J;- SI mmmmmrnmmamam l « . . | || ““ should tornado public aot lste*tk« must bo issued <0 dajra bsforTi^ mission has failed to accede to tba Valley’s pica for a redaction of too tetato minimum it will bo necessary impossible ’to* load can to tba SM00 pobmds minimum, as too would spoil la transit. ^ la a letter to^J. ^_ SuiSif Coamsona, Ssaator Mar "l aaaaza you ft was Indeed • pleasure to file my protest with too Interstate Commerce Commissi on tariff* eruasod minimum waight on bow po tatoes will moan to tbs potato growers of the Volley. “The postponing of too effective date of the order wi^iot place aa additional harden upon the potato growers this year, but we must get nady to protest most vigorously against the patting into affect of this increased minimum at anytime I arm yen to have your ease pro pared most thoroughly in the form of a brief to be prated to tbe Interstate Commerce Commission showing what aa injuriour offset this increased minimum on potatoes will have noon the potato growers of the Rio Grande Valley." IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE SOU THERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS BROWNSVILLE DIVISION. In The Matter of Jackson A Jackson Grocery Co. C. M. Jackson. Bankrupts. No. 214, In Banknotes. To The Creditors Of Said Bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that oa the 24th day of February. 1928, the said Jackson Grocery company of Edin burg, Hidalgo County, Texas, was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and the first meeting of his creditors will be held at tbe office of Ira Webster, Referee In Bankruptcy, in the Stag man Building. Brownsville, Testa, on the 14th day of March. A. D. 192S. at Eleven ill) o’clock in the fore noon, at which time and place the creditors of the said Jackson Grocery Companv, bankrupt, may appear, prove their claims, elect a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact aaeh ether business as may properly come before such meeting. Dated February 26th. 192S. Ira Webster. Referee In Bankruptcy. 2-27—It—2*75. A ME DAYS' DAKNAL Persistent coughs anil colds lead to serious trouble. You can stop them aew with Creomolsion, aa cmnkifind creo sote that is pleasant to take. Creonml aiou is a new medical discovery with tsro-fold action; it soothes and heals the inflamed membranes and inhibits gem growth. Of all known drags, creosote is rec ognised by high medical authorities as me of the greatest healing agencies for persistent coughs and colds and other forms of throat troubles. Creomolsion contains, in addition to creosote, ether sealing elements which soothe and heal the infected membranes and stop the irritation and inflammation, while the creosote goes on to the stomach, is ab sorbed into the blood, attacks the seat of the trouble and the growth of the aerms Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfae tory la the treatment of persistent coughs and colds, bronchial —rinya, bronchitis and other forms of respira ory diseases, and is excellent for build ing op the system after colds or .As. money refunded If any cough or cold is ! net relieved after taking according to directions. Ask voqr druggist. (adv.) =■»■ ■ '=====»I Phone 348 San Benito I Dr. J. A. Roy Palmer Graduate CHIROPRACTOR Hollinc.wartli Bid*. East Robnuoa St I San Benito I Office Hoorn Evenings a to 12 — 1:30 to S By Appointment I f.. I A A High Price Store for ^ Stare Everybody f Appearance notwit h* standing, Manaut a u's wall not be a store for the “four hundred” bat for the Mfoar mil* lion**! On the other hand, we shall carry a stocky ^ ^dependable enough to meet the needs and fit the parses of people in every class and every station of life. At to tli it, you may al ready judge for your •elm. We believe that, at a building, the new Maaautou store might be placed on any lead ing street in any city in Texas without having to offer apology to its neighbors. Tb# new Manautou's will not be tha highest priced; nor will it be the cheapest. In the treat middle field be tween these extremes, however, Manautou's will offer goods of proven dependability, style and value at inter estingly low prices. ferny, Style, Quality and Value, Manauiou’a invite, ike frisorfihip ni unity. We will cater not to any particular cl am—hiah or low— we believe that when they view our offerings everyone will he inter* Again, Let Us Emphasize That the New Manautou’s Will Feature Popular and Payable Prices Reliable Merchandise.Smart Styles.Unmistakable Value i— -Mr. L Manautou-1 will return to Brownsville tomorrow from a three weeks’ buying trip in eastern markets. Upon his return, definite announcement will be made of the program and date for the open ing of the new store.