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Phone 7 ; LORN A DOONE DUNNING, Editor \\ L ___I_ FRIDAY CALENDAR The P.-T. A. of Incarnate Word eadenay will hold th**i? meeting at tile convent on St. Claries St. at • :39 p. m. * • • LOCAL GIRL HONORED Misa Margaret Monroe, daughter ot Mrs. Laura Monroe and grand daughter of Mr. and Mra. G. A. * “Indent at the University . A.**?*’ has been signally honored in Girl Scout work, according to news reaching Brownsville. Miss Monroe has been selected as the leader-instructor for a group of fourteen girls from colleges in vari ous parts of Texas and Oklahoma who are spending a training period •I Medina Lake, near San Anonio. these fourteen girls were selected for their Girl Scout leadership qual ities, and they will be given a train ing course under the supervision of Miss Monroe. Miss Monroe, upon completion of the school at Medina Lake, will re turn home for the summer. • • • BAPTIST WOMEN Circles 1 and 2 of the Women’s Missionary society of the Baptist church met in the church parlors Monday afternoon at 8 p. m. The lesson for the afternoon was from Royal Service. A rou> d table dis cussion u-as couneilled by Mrs. Ewing Clark. Circle number three met at the home of Mrs. Victor Rehmet, the lesson discussion was on mis sionaries in Africa. Delightful re freshments were served in both places. • * • PRESBYTERIAN SOCIETY The Women's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church met in circles Monday afternoon, circle No. 1 meet ing with Mrs. Eugene Bates. The devotional services were led by Mrs. Chauncey Reed, Mrs. L. K. Morris leading the Bible study. Mrs. Grosenbacher was hostess to circle No. 2. Mrs. Mark French led the devotionals for this circle, with Mrs. H. H. Banter in charge of the Bible study. Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. Frank Reynolds at her home on Acacia Island, the devotionals in charge of Mrs. H. D. Seago and Mrs. Geo. Wil-j son in charge of the Bible study. In all of the circles delightful re freshments were served. • • • METHODIST SOCIETIES The circles of the Miethodist church met Monday afternoon as follows: Circle No. 1 met at the home of Mrs. J. E. Lovett, the lesson for the afternoon being home and foreign missionary work. Circle No. 2 met with Mrs. C. W. Colgin, Mrs. E. F. Yates having charge of the mission study. Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. W. A. Crawford, Mrs. Geo. Stell having charge of the Bible study, Mrs. G. D. Carr conducting a very interesting hour on stewardship. The Young Matrons’ Missionary society met with Mrs. L. B. Ward. Mrs. Bobbitt was in charge of the lesson in this society. All of the circles served dainty refreshments. About fifty women were present in all. • • • LANE RECITAL A musical and Dunning demonstra tion by the pupils of Miss Nora Lane will be given at the First Methodist church. Friday evening. June 15, at 8 p. m. The Misses Eileen and Winnie D. Marshall who are completing the Dunning system of music will give the demonstration in rythm, dicta tion, transposition, modulation and other interesting items. The public is most cordially invited, no admis sion being charged. The following program is to be rendered by the class: 1. Music Land, (song) Gaynor, by the class; 2. Here Comes the Parade, < duett Preston, by Lorene Strem and Winnie D. Marshall; 3. Bobolink, Wright, by Mary Dudley; 4. Abrrham Lincoln, Beake, by Marcille Strem; B. At the Club, fduet) Kuebler. by Marie Jack »*»»#**»»»»»»»»»»»»»»##»»#»#####) con and Lorene Strein; 6. Rain, Hich man, by Alice Fitch; 7. Scene de la Coaida, (duet) Koelck, by Lorene and Maricille Strein; 8. Thou Art So Like a Flower, (trio) Schuman, by Marie Jackson, Marcilla Strein, and Arnet ta Stewart; 8. Tulip, by Arnetta Stewart; 10. Spangles. Leslie, by Marie Jackson; 10. Sonota Cathetique, Beethoven, by Pauline Marler; 12. Marche Nigronne, (duct) Friml, by Arnetta Stewart and lorene Strein; 13. March of the Sages, Pressel, by R. B. Creager, Jr.; 14. The Music Box, Paldini. by Winnie D. Mars nail. 15. Last Hope, GotUchalk, by Lorene Strein; 16. Hungarian Rhapsodic No. 2, (duet) Liszt, by Loiene Strein and Pauline Marler; i7. Dear Little Goose, a reading bv Alice Fitch, ac companied by Pauline Marler. • • • HONOR BRIDE-TO-BE A bridge dinner was given Wed nesday evening honoring Miss Dora Plenn and H. Peter Oshman whose wedding date has been set for June 24. Sam and Leon Perl were the hosts of this delightful affair which was given at the Golf and Country club. The reception rooms were attract ively decorated with bowers of pink radiance roses, palms and ferns.* Covers were laid for twenty guests. A plaque of pink roses centered the table with pink Upers at each side of the plaque in silver cups. The place cards were miniature brides maids and the favor at the honoree’s place was a bride. Five tables of bridge were played, the prizes for the ladies being im ported perfume, and for the gentle men, crystal cigarette trays. The honor gilt was an exquisite necklace. • • • BRIDE HONORED One of the most charming of the many affairs given for Mrs. Clyde Massey, nee Hazel Cowan, was the three course buffet supper tendered her by her sister, Miss Una Cowan, on Sunday evening at her home fol lowed by a wedding rehearsal. The reception rooms were dec orated in palms and radiance ros es, the dining room carrying out a color scheme of pink. Pink Corona was used in garlands over the lace cover, the center ornament being a white basket of pink roses and co rona from which were carried gar lands of pink ribbon and corona to the four corners of the table. The bride-elect was a picture of beauty in a gown of shell pink mold ed in soft youthful lines. Miss Una Cowan received her guests in a flowered chiffon of pale green. The guests were confined strictly to the wedding party. • • • PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Eisman have las their guests Mr. and Mrs. Howard Henson of San Antonio, and Mrs. Catherine Dwyer of Brenham. Fred Neale of San Antonio is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Neale. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morris will re turn to their home in Winnsboro today after a visit to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sellers. Mrs. Sellers will accom pany her mother as far as San An tonio. HARLINGEN Mrs. J. W. Gardner and children left this week for Lubbock for an ex tended visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson re turned Saturday, acompanied by their son, William, from the A. & M. Col lege, where he has been a student for the past three years. M. P. Sieger left Friday for Kings ville where he has accepted a posi tion. He has been located in this city for the past four years in the transfer business. Mrs. Otto Weller will leave Friday for Alleyton, Tex., to visit her par ents and friends for several weeks. D. R. Jones left for his home at Rmithville, Texas, on Tuesday after - S Clearance ^ ^1 I y-v One Group of I oaie DRESSES | For F riday $16.75 Values $10 This group has some beau tiful models in prints and flat georgette—you’ll find it hard to choose the ones you like best—they are all so smart. Remember—you get Gim ble quality, which always is the very best. Gimble’s 1 1205 Washington BROWNSVILLE — —--N .' £ ' 7 ■ MISS AMERICA AND HER HUSBAND First picture of "Miss America" with her husband: Miss Fay Lam phier, of San Francisco, Cal., who won the title of “Miss America” in 1925, is photographed with her husband. Sidney Spiegel, son of a Chicago furniture dealer. The marriage took place in Chicago. spending the past week in this city with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Elmore were wreek-end guests at the J. E. Bullard home, returning to their home at Mercedes, Sunday night. Mrs. El more is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bullard. Mrs. S. M. Corbin, of Kingsville, left Monday for her home at that place after a pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. G. S. Wofford and fam ily. Miss Edith Dobie of Mathis, Tex as, has arrived to spend several weeks with her sisters, Mesdames R. Fulton Jones and Oscar Renfro. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wade have had as their guest, Miss Willie Elliott of Sweetwater, Texas, a charming young lady who has made many friends in Harlingen during her annual visits here. She will leave for her home early next week. Two pretty affairs have been given complimenting Miss Elliott. Mrs. Wade entertained in her hon or on Friday evening at the Woman's building with a delightful five-table forty-two party. Roses, daisies and fern were artistically combined to add to the attractive living room or auditorium. Miss Edith Dobie of Mathis was a special guest on this occasion. High score was awarded to Miss Anne Gregg, for the ladies and for the first prize for the gentlemen, John Gill won the high. Each re ceived a pretty gift as also did Miss Olga Meyers and L. H. Chatfield, win ners of low score. The honor guest was presented with a hand-painted pitcher, and a beautiful hand-painted picture was presented to Miss Dobie. These were the work of the hos tess. Punch and delicious cake were served to the following: Misses El liott and Dobie, Georgia Howell, Annie Gregg. Emma and Olga Meyer, and Messrs, and Mesdames Otto* Weller, R. Fulton Jones, John Gill, L. H. Chatfield, and Yatto, and slso Messrs. Herman. Bond, Meyer, and the host and hostess. On Monday afternoon Misses .Villie Eiliott of Sweetwater, anu Edith Dobie of Mathis, were honor guests at the beautifully appointed new home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Fulton Jones, from 6 until 7 o’clock. The flowers were in profusion, and so prettily arranged as to draw ex clamations of admiration from the guests who added to the charm of the flowers with their dainty cos-1 tunics and lovely hats. The gracious ; hostess, assisted by Mrs. G. S. Wof- | ford, welcomed the guests in the j living room, presenting the tally and score cards which were in green and and .white, the color scheme chosen for the occasion. The guests were ushered out on the breezy porch where five tables were arranged for , the game of forty-two. Mrs. Elgin Ford was successful in winning high, and her reward wras a handpainted j vase. Mrs. Claude Lambert won low. To the two honorees, the hostess pre sented each with a sterling silver thimble with initials engraved there on. The refreshments were in the chosen colors, green and white brick ice cream and white cake, with green icing and the mints the same. The favors w'ere a Shasta daisy, on each plate. Guests were Misses Edith Dobie, Willie Elliott, Mattie and Jennie Case, Sunshine Baldridge, Sybil Liston, Myrtle Benedict, Eunice Liston, Essie McLeod, Emma Meyer, Arne Gregg. Georgie Howell, Mes dames G. S. Wofford. Elgin Ford. Oscar Renfro, Claude Lambert, L. H. Chatfield, R. R. Van Ambert, John Gill. J- E. Wade, Otto Weller, and the hostess. MISSION — Mrs. Harry Stewart on Tuesday entertained at her home on Miller avenue at a bridge affair, at which a number of the recent brides were honor guests. The beautiful new Stewart home was aglow with flow ers, the garden sort predominating. Four tables of play ers enjoyed the hours of test, with Mrs. Henry Har grove coming aheade the victor, she obtaining high score. Mrs. S. M. Duf fie was the winner of second high. At the conclusion of the season of play a delicious salad course was served the jolly ^rowd. The guests were Mesdames S. L. Hardin, E. J. Congdon. S. M. Duffie, W B. Roberts, C. M. Heard. T. R. Card. Raymond Brooks. Henry Hargrove, C. R. Peter son, Swan, Logan Duncan, also the Misses Marjorie Parlthill. Helen Dun can, Posy and Kate Prather, of Dal las. sister of the hostess, these be sides the hostess making up the party. • • • • The Sharyland Home Demonstra tion club met at the home of Mrs. Jeck Lehman on Dunlap avenue Tues day afternoon, with a very pleasant and profitable session as the result. The meeting was called to" order and the business session conducted by the president, Mrs. Le’and Bushey. afterward Mrs. James A. Miller of McAllen taking charge of the pro gram features. The main theme of the meeting seemed to be the desire to keep well, rather than a discussion on the order of being cured of ills. The main topic stressed was the avoidance of fevers and such ail ments as are so common during the summer season. Mesdames Hizon. Osschner and ' Heninger assisted Mrs. Miller with the program, as did also Mrs. Milier's little daughter. • . • a Mrs. Hcmer Smith and Mrs. Pol hcmus were tin Edinburg Tuesday, as sisting at a program given by the Kiwanians. Mrs. T. B. Sammons and daughter Elizabeth visited with Mrs. Sam mons’ sister. Mrs. Hal Saunders and family in Brownsville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Guenther Weiske are spending a few weeks in Mezico, tak ing aoma tiaaa La tiuL i also visiting Mrs. Wciske’s brother, Mr. Neuhaus, in Tampico. Mrs. D. C. Decker and son Arthur Dee left Tuesday evening for Kansas to spend the summer. Miss Katherine Kohler left Mon day for Atchinson, Kansas, to, visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dilgard. Mr. and Mrs. Heathe May left Monday for a six weeks’ vacation in California, where they will spend some time at the Pr».«idio with Mrs. -May’s sister. Mrs. Helen Rodgers and family, and return by way of Salt Lake City and Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walker return ed from their vacation in Vernon, where they spent some time with their daughter. Mrs. Joe Carvejal and husband. Their sons, Ransome and Levi, accompanied ‘hem home from Lubbock. Mr. and Ms. W. E. Fine and fam ily returned to their home in Fort Worth Saturday, after a week’s visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Poihemus here. The Woman’s Tuesday club held a special meeting this week at the home of Mrs. J. A. Card, for the pur- j pose of hearing the reports from the Biennial at San Antonio, lira. S. M. Hargrove and Mrs. T. H. Arm strong having attended thia conven tion. These ladiee gave report* on the high lights of the Biennial, es pecially mentioning !he excellent en tertainment furnished *hem by the city of San Antonio. Ten club mem bers were present who greatly en joyed the reports. M. and Mrs. A. B. Bunch and Mrs. Jones and Win. Franks were down at the coast Sunday, spending the day at Point Isabel and Padre island. Rev. C. D. Peake and family re turned Saturday evening from Kerr ville. where they left their son Her schell and Tom Sammons. Jr., at the Schreiner Institute, where the boys will attend the summer school ses sion. Rev. Charles Nixon goes to Min-! neapolis Thursday, where he is sent as a delegate from the local Rotary club to attend the international con vention. Rev. Nixon will be away about two weeks. Misses Pearl Landry and Thelma Ratcliff have returned fiom their va cation which they scent at Corpus Christi. H. R. Raymond has left for the north, going to lows and South Da kota. and visiting friends and rela tives. Mr. Raymond plans on at tending the big Lions conventions in Des Moines, Iowa, during his ab sence. Mrs. W. D. Morris end little daugh ters returned Friday evening from a visit with relatives in Kansas and Missouri. Miss Janet Caldwell has returned to her home here for the school vaca tion which she will spend with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Caldwell. LA FERIA BRIDGE-SHOWER Outstandingly lovely in every de tail was the bridge-shower given Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. S. D. Kieffer, at the home of Miss Muriel Kiester with Miss Kiester Mrs. T. Y. Flynt and Mrs. R. R. Stephenson as the hostesses. Beau tiful decorations of ferns were placed throughout the living rooms. Three tables of bridge were in progress during the afternoon and when scores were counted. Mrs. Carl Kiester had won high score and Mrs. L. M. Vigness consolation. Each was awarded a prize. Miss Kiester then presented the guest of honor, Mrs. Kieffer. with a basket tied in tulle, which upon examination was found to contain many beautiful and use ful gifts for the new home from the guests. At the close of the afternoon re freshments of ice cream, heart-shaped rakes with red hearts, and almond roeque candy were served to the fol lowing guests: Mesdames S. D. Kief fer, Carl Kiester, L. M. Vigness, Raleigh WaUon. D. H. Forbes. E. T. Brower and H. S. Hensley of La Feria, Mesdames Fontenot and Cart wel of Santa Rosa, Mesdames Keister and Kirgan of Mercedes and Miss Irma Watson. • e • WOMEN’S AUXILIARY The Women’s Auxiliary held their regular social meeting for June on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. R. Faust with Mrs. C. C. Frazier as co-hostess. Mrs. S. D. Kieff’r with the help of Miss Margaret Oliver and Mrs C. D. McCoy gave a vary interesting program on social service After the program, a social hoar was enjoyed by all daring which the hostess served delicious ice cream and cake. Guests for the meeting besides the regular members were Mrs. Steen of Santa Barbara, Calif., and Mrs. Ber ger. • • e PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hannah and Mr. Crush left Thursday overland for Finncastle. Va., where they will spend the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Moore and daughter left Thursday for Munroe. La., to spend their vacation. Dum^ ing Mr. Moore’s absence. Geo. 1 m wards will have charge of the Bare bcr Feed Store at Santa Rosa. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Coleman re. turned home the first of the week from Oklahoma wh«re they speiil their vacation. Mrs. H. T. Anderson and childre* left Tuesday morning for WichiUS Kans., where they will meet the for. mer’s parents. Mr. and Mr* Johnso» of Centerville. S. Dakota. From there they will all continue the tri* by car to S. Dakota, where the* will spend the summer months. (Additional Society on page 8.) I; || on the beach Wear a well fitting G. & M. swim suit .. . new models with high or low necks .... all colors. $6.95 to $8.95 i| || !: "exclusive Ladies’ Apparel \\ 1224 Elizabeth $ SALE of HATS FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY 1 1 25 Untrimmed shapes, Ja Lot NO. 1 all sizes and colora djjf • Values to $7.50. Closing out at .. I a M O 25 Ladies* and Chil- AO Loi no. L dren.s small straw hatet MXr very especially priced at ..... Lot No. j ored straw and ,4198 hats. Good values at... 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