LORNA DOONE DUNNING, Editor
out point* in the Valley. Daring the
past several day* they have spent
some time in Brownsville and Point
Mrs. John C. Jones left the first of
the week for San Antonio to meet her
mother, Mra. G. C. Sarrick of Cali
fornia. They will return to Mercedes
at the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Tallis of Live
Oak county are guests of their
daughter, Mrs. C. R. Martin and
family for the summer months.
Mrs. William Coe returned this
week from San Antonio where she
accompanied her mother, Mrs. Kate
Martin of West Texas, who has been
visiting here. Mrs. Coe was accom
panied home by Miss Louise Brown
of Groesbeck, Texas, formerly a
member of the Mercedes school fac
Mrs. J. C. Deyo and Mrs. Fred
Banard have returned from several
weeks’ atay in San Antonio.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rouse have
returned from a recreational stay
Mrs. L. Kallenbach and son. Loren,
the latter a graduate of the Mercedes
( high school this year, left this week
I for their former home in Iowa, go
ing by way of Houston where they
will spend several days during the
Mrs. J. C. Shaw and daughter. De
light, left the first of the week for
Houston where they will visit Mrs.
Shaw’s mother, Mrs. S. E. Tabor.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roland are
visiting in Boerne, Texas, for several
Mr .and Mrs. F. H. Wattson and
son, Howard, who have been guests
of Ms. and Mrs. John Polk of this
city, have returned to their home in
Mrs. V. H. Holme has gone to Cali
fornia where she will make an ex
Mrs. A. R. Fleniken of Texarkana,
is making a visit to her sister, Mrs.
H. C. Alston of this city. Mr. and
Mrs. Alston also have as guests,
Misses Inez Bullington of Little Rock,
Ark., and Peggy Williams of San An
H. M. Rouse will leave the latter
part of the week for Kerrville where
he will join Mrs. Rouse and Harry,
Jr. They will motor through the
middle western states, visiting in
Illinois. Mrs. Rouse’s former home,
and Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Mr.
Rouse’s boyhood home.
Mrs. Alice Bloodworth has return
ed to her home in Kingsville after
a visit here with her sister, Mrs. W.
R. Knappenberger, and her father,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thomas have
returned from a motor trip through
the western part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. King of San
Juan were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. King of this city.
Mrs. Thomas King of Okmulgee,
Okla., and Mrs. G. A. Holland of
Dallas, are in Mercedes to be with
their sister, Mrs. Joe Lyle, who is
Word has been received from H. A.
Streckfus and daughters. Miss Teresa
and Miss Agnes, and son, Ben, that
they are now in Denver, Colo., hav
ing recently arrived there from Chi
cago. They are residents of Mer
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jordan return
ed to Kenedy Tuesday, after a visit
here with their daughter, Mrs. G. A.
Fikes. Mrs. Fikes and children will
rccompany them to Kenedy for a vis
W. D. Chadick. C. W. Pitts. Joe
Brooks. Frank Moffett, Menton Mur
ray and Rayburne Brown are among
those from Mercedes in attendance
at the national democratic convention
M. Brand left the first of the week
for Houston to join Mrs. Brand and
little daughter, Pauline, who have
been visiting relatives there. They
will return to Mercedes after the
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fikes and baby
of Point Isabel were guests here this
week of Mr. Fikes’ parents, Mr. an«i
Mrs. T. J. Fikes.
niece. Maude Fritby. who have been
attending school in Arkadelphia.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Richards of
Lawrence. Kans.. were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bowser Saturday
and Sunday. Rev. Richards filled
the pulpit at the First Christian
church at both morning and evening
Mrs. Etta Ringgold, home demon
stration agent, will leave Saturday
for New York, where she will study
at the New York School of Fine and
Applied Arts. Mrs. Ringgold will
return to McAllen September 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cook and fam
ily left Tuesday for a visit with
relatives and friends in East Moline,
| E. G. Villers. Jim McRee, Mack
McDaniel, A. J. Ehlers and R. E.
Schrader left with the Edinburg
band Monday morning from Edin
burg on a special train for Hous
ton. where they will play *t the
democratic convention. The party
will make a side trip to Galveston
H. B. Kelly left Sunday morning
for Mexico City.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. London have
just recently moved to McAllen from
Weslaco. They are located at the
Brubaker apartments. Mr. London
is traveling representative for the
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Frisby spent
the week-end in Taft. Tex.
John Thaison of San Benito was
the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Thaison Tuesday.
Supt. and Mrs. J. D. Bramlette and
children spent the week-end in Mc
Allen • Mr. Bramieite is teaching at
the South Texas State Teachers col
lege at Kingsville.
Mr. and Mrs. IV. H. Moon have as
their guest Mr. Moon’s mother and
sister. Mrs. A. R. Moon and Miss
ran.sy Moon of Dallas.
Miss Frances Thaison is visiting
with relatives in Kerrviile until Fri
day, when she will return to San
Antonio for a visit.
I’ercy Northcut, who has been a
student at Schreiner Institute at
KcrrviLe, is spending the summer
hie mother, Mrs. Sam Bazzell.
Mrs. E. A. Hale and family have
moved from South Thirteenth street
to Palm boulevard.
I E. M. Card has returned from
j ban Antonio where he hus been vis
iting with his family. Mrs. Card and
daughters expect to return home
Mrs. W. H. Moon and Mrs. Joe
Goodman will entertain with a
party Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. K. Pcrrinot who has been
a irutst of Mrs. L H. Crockett left
Monday for a visit with her niece.
Mrs. O. L. Bell of Edinburg.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Kelly and I
children who have been visiting with !
relatives and friends in Belton have
Frank G. Crow left Monday for
Houston to a^end the democratic
Misses Rilla and None Rverly left1
Monday to spend the summer in
Alice with their sister. Donna.
Miss Amelia McKee spent the |
week-end in Weslaco visiting rela
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Newbern and j
children, S. < Jr., Mary Louise, and
J. D. and Mrs. A. G. Dean and ban- j
ford Garner, all of Byars, Okia., are
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Calhoun of
Pharr and Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Gray
spent Sunday evening on the Monte- ]
zuma lake, picmcir.g.
SWIMMING PARTY FOR CLUB
The Business and Professional
Women's club and guests enjoyed a
swimming party and watermelon
feast at the Cascade pool in McAUen
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Miss Gertrude Meyers and Howard
Wright, two of our popular young
| people of the Weslaco community,
i were quietly married at the home of
j Rev. B. A. Meyers. Saturday at 1
o'clock. Only immediate relatives of
j the couple witnessed the ceremony.
I Following the wedding Mr. and Mrs.
(Wright departed for Houston where
they will spend their honeymoon.
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H. Raymond Mills returned from
Kansas City Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cook and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Phillips
and sons and their guests from Co
tulla. Mrs. G. D. Cook and sons and
nephew. Bill Hennon, spent Monday
afternoon at Reynosa and McAllen.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moeller and
daughters, Ruth and Janice left Sat
urday for Missouri where they will
spend several weeks.
Rev. B. A. Meyers chaperoned the
They Were Relieved by Cardul
Which Tbit Georgia Lady
Took on Her Moth
Columbus, Ga.—“I don’t see why
women will drag around. In a half
hearted way, never feeling well,
barely able to drag, when Cardul
might help put them on their feet,
as it did me,” says Mrs. Geo. 8.
Hunter, of this city.
"I suffered with dreadful pains In
my sides. I had to go to bed and
stay sometimes two weeks at a time.
“I could not work, and just
dragged around the house.
“I got very thin. I went from a
hundred and twenty-six pounds
down to less than a hundred.
“My mother had long been a user
of Cardul. and she knew what a
good medicine it was for this trou
ble. So she told me to get some
and take it.
“I sent to the store for Cardul.
and before I had taken the first
bottle I began to Improve. My side
hurt less, and I began to mend in
health. I took the second bottle,
and felt much better. I followed
this by two more bottles.
“Cardul acted as a fine tonic. I
do not feel like the same person.
I am well now, and still gaining.
My sides do not trouble me at all.’*
For sale by druggists, everywhere.
Give it a trial. A'C-m
in Dirty Rugs?
tUG & CARPET
following boys at Point Iaabel
Thursday and Friday: Gerald and
Vernon Meyera, Leo Davis, Woodrow
Gound, and Billie Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Fuller of
Brownsville spent Sunday at tha C.
W. Cook horn*.
Mrs. Arthur Henrickson of Mis
sion, was a dinner guest of Mrs.
Mearl Walker Tuesday.
Wirt Spenca of Robatown spent
last week with his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Frizseil, Sr.
Miss Kathryn Winslow left for
Kerrville Friday night to spend a few
days and from there she will go on
to her home in Omro, Wis*
Alva McPherson is in Houston at
tend.! ng the convention.
Mist LaVerne Coop spent Saturday
at Pharr with Mrs. A. A. Kelley.
Mrs. J. Whitehead left for Colo
rado Springs, Colo., Monday where
she will spend the summer. Miss
Nelle Whitehead will join her moth
er after visiting an aunt in Tulsa,
Mra. G. D. Cook and children, and
nephew, left for their home in
Cotulla, Texas, Tuesday morning.
Miss Mary McPherson of Birming
ham, Ala., is visiting Miss Lila May
Miss Wilma Gound spent Tuesday
night with Mrs. Arthur Henrickson
Earl Clark, who is farming at
Kingsville, is here visiting his wife
Mrs. C. E. Swift and sons. J. V. and
Glenn, spent Sunday and Monday in
San Benito at the J. Q. Garner home.
A jolly crtwd motored to Paso
Real Sunday and spent the day. A
picnic lunch was spread at the noon
hour and later in the afternoon
swimming was enjoyed. Those enjoy
ing this occasion were Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Neilson and daughter, Helen
Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Bourns ar.«i
children, Beity Joe and Belt >n, Jr..
Mr. and Mrs. Christian and sonj,
Carl. Rex. and Anson, Mr. and Ms
M. B. Bourne and Misses Elinore
Watson and Nell Sprouse.
ERNEST OAKES *GIVES TARTY
Ernest Oakes entertained a num
ber of his friends at his home Sat
urday evening. Out-door games
were enioyed until a late hour,
when refreshments of cake and iced
punch were served.
The guests included Misses Helen
West, Clara West, Vernie West. El
len Vaughn, Mona Belle Trout, Flor
ence Molson and Bill Vaughn, Vast
er Hanna, Dick Moran, Travis Stal
ling. Clyde Jones, Garland Jonesf
Lloyd Blundell and Mr. and Mrs.
Irvin Wood, Mr. and »trs. J. D. Wil
son, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Oakes.
Miss Ada Bess Stalling returned
Saturday from Combes, where she
has been spending several days with
Arthur Sprouse returned Sunday
from his uncles ranch west of Bee
ville. where he has been spending
a month. He also visited friends in
Beeville, his former home.
Mr. L. L. Rudd returned to Col
lege Port Monday morning after
spending Sunday here with hit fam
Mrs. Mildred Watkins left Monday
morning for San Antonio where she
will visit her daughter before going
to her home In Laredo.
Mr. W'atts of California who gave
a series of lectures at the school
auditorium last week left for Gal
veston Saturday evening.
Miaa Eleanor Watson aad brother
Klemann arrived here last w§#k
from Donna and will spend their
summer vacation with their mother
at the N. R. Klemann home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wilson had
as their Sunday guests their sons,
J. D. Wilson and R. D. Wilson and
families and Mrs. Sayre, of San An
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Oakes and son
Carl, were visitors in Harlingen Su»
Mrs. Ada Dowda. oroprietress of
the Sebastian hotel returned horns
last week after a visit with her sis
ter, Mrs. C. A. Owens in Raymond
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sum row and
children, Zora, William and Thomaa
of Floresville, are here visiting rel
atives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. George Oakes and
daughter, Lurline and Mis* Hazel
Wilson spent the week end at Red
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lanier were
visitor* in Lyford Sunday.
Messrs. M. R. Goforth and Sam
Howard arrived Sunday from Bas
kin, La., for a visit with their
friends* B. 0. and M. B. Bowrne.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Cheney and
children Geneva and T. B., Jr., of
Kyle, Texas, and Miss Genelle Mc
| Claughtery of Kingsville were guests
of friends her# Thursday,
Mrs. M. B. Bourne and sister,
Nell Sprouse were in Harlingen Sat
Harvey Klemann of Donna spent
Sunday here with his brother, N. R.
RECOVERING FROM BURNS
| SAN BENITO, June 27.-Jack Dod
I son of this city is recovering from
| scalds suffered when he accidentally
kicked over a coffee pot at Boca
! Chica. while camping out there.
WHY TRY TO HIDE ^
PIMPLES AND RASHES?
Why try to cover up unsightly pim
ples. rashes and other embarrassing skin
blemishes when it is possible to get rid
i of them completely?
The sensible and easy way to have
a clear, healthy skin is to go to your
\ druggist, ask for Black and White
Ointment and use it according to direc
tions. It is pleasant to use, highly I
beneficial and scientifically safe.
For best results use Black and White
Skin Soap with Black and Whitt Oint
ment- Ali dealers sell them at small cost.
| NEW LOCATION s
j Brownsville Printing
A Stationery Company
t Has Moved to
i 1233 Elizabeth jj
I A Moment's
is bound to prove that the use
of the parlors is much to ba
desired, for the parlors con
tain every convenience and
beauty that ona would like to
have at the last services.
The fact that the usa of the
funeral parlors is now practie>
ally universal is proof of their
JEFFERSON AT I5TH
I A Barking Dog Seldom Bites
Values are shouted from the housetops of some busi
nesses until they are so often repeated, so familiar to
the ears of buyers that they are meaningless. We
do not believe in using sensational superlatives. We
prefer to have you see and judge our merchandise
We Save You Money
Covacevich Supply Co.
G. A. Covacevich, Prop.
Hardware, Auto, Electrical and Plumbing Supplier
Everything for the Home and Farm
Opposite New Chamber of Commerce
Positions are Found in Classified Ads
Field day at Fort Brown.
Benefit card tournament at the
villa Maria college given by P.-T. A.
of the Incarnate Word at 8 p. m.
The Do Tell club will meet with
Mrs. Hayden Hayes.
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Miss Elisabeth Creagcr conipii- j
aaented her house guest Miss Mildred;
Iford of Weslaco and Miss Frances i
Cox, who is th# guest of Miss Gay J
More with a buffet supper, bridge
»nd dance last evening st her home.
Th« lower floor of the Creager j
home was 'decorated in radiance roses
Ten tablet of bridge were played j
•t which Miss Anne Stark won high
score and Edward Bounds high for I
Following the bridge game the
guests danced and were later served
»»th a buffet supper.
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among the c lubs
The Tuesday Tournament Bridge |
club was entertained at the hone of <
Mrs. Brujay on Tuesday afternoon.
Following a delicious luncheon sev- j
eral games of bridge were played, i
Mrs. James Rcntfro winning high
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HI LO BRIDGE
Mr*. S. M. Harvey entertained the
Hi Lo Bridge club on Tuesday sfter
noon at her home with a delightful
luncheon and bridge. The guest
rooms were attractively decorated in
• color seheme of orange and brown.
For the game Mrs. W. I.. Pendergraft
won high score and Mrs. J. B.
Samuels second. Guest prize went to j
Mrs. Wm. Richter. The invited guests
i of the club were. Mesdames Wm.
l««^lehter. Ted Graham. Geo. B<1. E R.
Lefferds, F. F. Baird. James Mont
. Vromery, G. C. Ellis, and T. W. Adam
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AT RIO HONDO
The Girl Reserve Gamp at Rio:
Hondo opened this week with the !
first two weeks heir* given over to
the junior!. Tli- following girls are ;
in attendance there. Misses Mildred
Goodrich, Jane Stanlon. Anns Ruth i
Langford, Josephine Taylor Manvel! j
Taylor, Louise Yoder, Marie Jackson.
and Marjorie Washington.
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BAPTIST W. M. S. I
Circles 1 and 2 of the W M S.
of the Baptist church met on Monday
afternoon in the church parlors, i He j
lesson was on the “Women of the
New Testament." _ _
Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. M C.
Wood for their Bible study and Lpe j
devotional was led by Mrs. Fritz
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PERSONALS , .
Miss Annie Laurie Corrv who has
been visiting Mrs. S. M. Harvey has,
returned to her home In San Antonio.
Mrs. Louis Lfeberman and daugh
ter Jennv Fay have gone to Feguin
for a visit.
Miss Dorothy Stolclev has as her
guest Miss Dorothy Duringer of Fort
Worth. 4 ,
L. H. Warhurton, the assistant |
'manager of the J C. Pennv store,
with his wife and two children, left
for San Dilgo. Calif. Mr. Warhurton
will retnftn In about three week*.
--^fr remaining until fall.
Louis -Rnri-fy who has been in j
Mexico Citv. is to return to Browns
Lieut, and Mrs. W. P. Withers and
son have gone to San Antonio, where j
Lieut Withers has been assigned to
the aviation service.
COMPLIMENT TO JULY BRIDES
Mrs. Howard McCambell and Mrs
D. W. Schuepharh were pleasin«» '
hostesses on Monday afternoon at j
the Woman’s building vith a bridge
party, complimenting Miss Velda
Goldammer and Bernice Woodworth,
July brides elect, and Helen Sum- j
ners, of Dallas, a guest d Mrs. i
Sehuepbach. The house party per- j
tonne!, betides the hostess and the
three honorees, were Mesdames A.
Goldammer, F. P. McElrath, Mrs. '
C. W. Letterirh, Charles Woods. Miss
Vora Lotzerirh. The score pads and '
tally cards showed the chosen col- j
ors. of orchid and yellow, and the
Dowers selected for there rich col- 1
ore were hougainvilla and sunflow
er*. and the same colors were dis
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piaved in the wrappings of the
prizes and favors, each package
being ornamenteu with a small sun
The scores were won as follows:
Mrs. Henry Whitley, hi.rh for mat
rons, with a lovely hand decorated
vase, high for girls, wen 1 y Miss
Gertrude Robnts, with a pair of
dainty silk hose, Mrs. C. W. Letzer
ich made low score and her reward
was a pretty guest towel. To the
honor guests were presented, to Miss
Velda and Miss Bernice, handsome
linen sets, to Miss Helen Sumners, a
pair of silk hose.
Refreshments were served to the
following: Misses Velda Goidam
mcr, Bernice Woodworth, Helen
Sumners, Dallas; Zula Matthews,
Austin; Vera Letzerich, Hazel Pirie,
Bssie Verser, Vera Elwin-7, Eliza
beth Bass, Annie Orr Haughton,
Josephine Willis, Imogene Willis,
Ted Postum, Gertrude Ronerts,
Emily and Julia Traxier, Carroll Lee
Thompson, Dorothy Burchard, Fran
ces Beckham, Gladys Nelson, Mary
Lou McLenore, Helen Hoskins, Mary
Louise Howard, Ellen Waldren, Mes
dames Johnny Reinhart, Corsicana;
Joe Matthews, Austin; A. Goldam
mer, C. M. Letzerich, A. M. Letzer
ich, A. H. W'eller, A. L. Brooks, W.
T. Hodge, Floyd Smith, J. B. Alder
dice, F. P. McElrath, E. H. Briggs,
Glenn Davies, R. E. Hubbard, Chas.
Wood and Henry Whitley.
Miss Ostine Smith returned Sun
day night from San Antonio and
Auatin where she has been for the
Miss Margaret Wright left Monday
for Edinburg where she will be a
nurse in the new hospital there. She
is a graduate nurse.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Goolsby and
children left Sunday for Kerrville for
a few weeks' vacation. They were
accompanied by Miss Eudora James.
J. D. Ward is now in Houston for
a few days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Welch and
small daughter of Brownsville spent
the past week-end in San Benito vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Welch.
Miss Edith McBride of Corpus
Christ! who has been visiting Mrs.
W. D. James and children for the past
week, has returned to her home. She
was accompanied home by Miss Ella
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Mullinix left
last week for a visit in Arkansas knd
Mississippi. Miss Willie Ruth ac
companied them as far as Fort Smith,
and will remain there for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Polztn have re
turned from their wedding trip,!
which they spent in San Antonio and
E. M. Aiken left Sunday for Gran
burg, Texas, where be will attend
a family reunion. Mrs. Aiken will
leave this week to join him.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alsmeyer and
small son spent the past week-end in
Mr. and Mrs. John Oyer have re
turned frou Goliad, Texas, where
they have been visiting for several
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Siderius and
daughter, Lorraine, and son, Glenn,
left Sunday for San Antonio and
Kerrville where they will spend their
H. P. Boyd is now in San Benito
again after visiting at his home in
Fort Worth, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew and children
have returned from Kerrville where
they have been for two weeks.
Kev. T. N. Barton left Monday
morning to accompany his parents
Mr. and Mrs.. Bob Gaute of Marfa,
Texas, are now visiting Mr. Gause’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cause.
They will leave this week for Mex
Mrs. C. P. Hagar is confined to her
home this week on account of illness.
Mrs. Elmer Wilkinson and daugh
ter, Greta Lee, of Salt Lake City are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wilkin
son. Mr. Wilkinson will join them
this week and accompany them home.
Mrs. Robb S. Hill has returned to
San Benito. Mrs. Hill has been in
Corpus Christi for the past two
months wl^era she underwent a major
operation at Spohn sanitarium. Mrs.
Hill was with her mother, Mrs. P. E.
Davis, of Corpus Christi before re
Exactly a* $■» 93
MR. AND MRS. HUGHES EVANS
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Evans were
hosts to a number of their friends
on Monday evening when bridge and
dancing formed a diversion.
Late in the evening, a refreshment
course was served by Mra. Evans,
assisted by her sister, Mrs. George
The guests included Misses Ven
nie Haynes, Barbara Hoyt, Hortense
Dunson, Pauline Harrell of Calvin,
Okla, Nell Whitehead of Weslaco,
and Waldon Greenlee, Ed Olson,
tYaldon Haynes, Jack Bates, Henry
Lauderdale, Packard Barton, Ed Her
ring, Frank Moffett and Mr. and
Mrs. George Harren.
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VALLEY ARTIST AT
Mrs. H. E. Hager of this city was
one of the Valley artists who pre
sented a fine arts program In the
Edinburg college auditorium at the
week-end for members of the college
sommer school faculty and the stu
dent body. Mrs. Hager was accom
panied by Mrs. L. M. Yigneis of La
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MRS. TALBERT HONORED
Mrs. W. I, Bradbury entertained
this week for Mrs. James Stuart
Talbert of Evanston, 111, who it the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. B.
Seay. The party which included Mr».
Talbert, Mr*. Seay, Mr*. Harry Law
son, Mrs. John C. Jones and the host
ess, motored to Point Isabel where
they enjoyed a fish dinner on the
MISS LETZERICH GIVES BRIDGE
Mis* Vennie Haynes of this city
and Miss Velda Goldamer of Har
lingen weer honor guesta at a bridge
party given by Hiss Vera Lets'ertnfc at
her heme la Harlingen at tha week
end. Misses Vennie, Sara and Mary
Frances Haynes attended from Mer
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hawkins left
the first of the week for San Antonio
and Corpus Christi where they will
spend several .weeks. They were ac
companied by Mra. Hawkins’ mother,
Mrs. H, A. Mueller of Kenedy, wfco
has been a guest in their home.
Mrs. John P. Cause and her house
meets, Mrs. L. L. Barham and daugh
ter. Miss Eunice, and son, Eugene,
if Earle, Ark., are visiting numer
Mis* Hazel Haskett nd Elmer C.
Hall were married at 9:15 Sunday
morning at the Baptist parsonage by
Rev. J. B. Holt. Only Mr. and Mrs.
K. R. Haskett of Donna, parents of
the bride, were present.
Mrs. Hall was bookkeeper a* the
office of the McAllen Monitor for
the past year. She came to the Val
ijy io. 1®25 with her parents from
*> akefield, Kansas. She graduated
from Donna high school in 1926 and
attended Baylor college at Belton foi
Mr. Hall came to the Valley In
1924 from Bristow, Okla., where
he edited a daily paper. In 1925 he
started the Pharr Enterprise which
he sold. This plant was moved to
Mission and is now known as the
Mission Enterprise. In April. 1927
Mr. Hall came to McAllen and be
came advertising manager for the
In November Mr. Hall and Mr. H
L. Leonard bought the Monitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall left immediately
after the ceremony for a short trip
and will visit at Muldow. Okla., the
home of Mr. Hall’s parents before
returning to McAllen. They will be
at home in Garden Villas.
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PRISCILLA CLUB MEETS
Mr*. George Alley was hostess
Friday afternoon at her home on
North Fourteenth street to an en
joyable meeting of the Priscilla
Those present were: Mesdames A.
B. Cockrum, F. E. Glauner, B. D.
Kimbrough. F. L. Moore F. E. Os
born. E. E. Phelps, Carev Smith. M.
L. Kreidler, G. E. Langford. M. R
Nelson, Clay Zachry. and Anna
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McALLEN GIRLS AT CAMP
The Y. W. C. A. summer camp at
Rio Tlondo opened Monday morn.ng
The first week will he open to the
girls between the ages of ten and
twelve years. After that older
girls will be enrolled.
Among those attending thia week
from McAllen are: Ruth Griffin,
Jean Samson. Alice Mae Seawell.
Dorothy and Jean and Rowena
Mr. apd Mrs. Gordon Griffin and
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Krafdlcr
accompanied the rirls to the camp.
• • •
Mrs. P. D. Frisby returned Sat
urdsy from Arkadejphia. Atk„ where
she has been visiting for several
weeks. She was accompanied home
by her daughter. Katherine and
Phone 68 — H
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A Three-Day Sale
June 28, 29„ 30, 1928
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