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TUESDAY CALENDAR |
Hi-Lo Bridge club with Mrs.
Gene Richards.
Mardi Bridge club with Mrs.
G* W. Moothart.
Lcarnera club at 3:30 at the
Baptist church.
Business and Professional Worn
en. regular monthly meeting, 7:30,
at the chamber of commerce.
Joint Hostesses
i o Euzelian Class
Mrs. R. J. Clow and Mrs. W. L.
-ampbell were hostesses to the
Luzeiian class Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. (.low The occa
sion was the usual monthly business
and social meeting of the class.
Tho business session, devoted to
routine, was conducted by the class
president, Mrs. L. K. Matejka. Sev
eral games nnd contests furnished
diversion for the social hour. Mrs.
E. W. Marshall and Mrs. hritx
Schmidt were successful in the con
tests.
The hostesses paid tribute to Ar
mistice day in the arrangement of
their party, using bunting and flags
in the decoration.
• • •
Mrs. McChesney
* Entertains Club
Mrs. Russell McChesney was hos
tess last week to a small gioup of
friends who ha\o been playing
bridge together each Wednesday.
She was assisted in entertaining by
her daughter, Mrs. Wallace Har
wood. Besides the usual two tables,
there were three taolcs of guests.
Prizes for the club went to Mrs. J.
1A. Mucklcroy, first, and Mrs. E. K.
Goodrich second. Mrs. R. H. Ei -
men held high score for the guests;
Mrs. George W hite had second. The
consolation went to Mrs. J. T. Ca
nales. A refreshment course of
chicken a la king and cake was
served. Tallies and favors carried
a hint of Thanksgn mg. and the aut
umn flower, cosmos, gave brilliance.
MISSION
I P. E. O. CHAPTER
Mrs. James Giliett was hostess to
the local P. E. O. chapter on Friday,
the session being held at the home
of Mrs. H. E. Smith in East Mis
sion. Tho president was in charge
of tho business session, with Mrs.
E. P. Congdon as leader of the les
son, the subject being a biography
of Herbert Hoover. Mrs. A. M. A.
Pickier, recently returred from her
summer stay in South Dakota, stop
ped off at Whitesboro. this state
attending » meeting called there for
the purpose of organising a state
chapter, and gave an excellent re
port of same. Refreshments were
served by the hostess at the close
•f the lesson.
• • •
DINNER PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jeffries en
tertained at the Loro Palm tearoom
j at dinner last Sunday, among tho
•■K guests being Mr. ar.d Mrs. E. P
1 Congdon and son Ned^.
CITY FEDERATION
Tho City Federation met on Mon
day mornir.g at the city hall. Mrs.
dward Oppenheimer being the pre
siding officer. Five clubs were rep
resented. tho Woman s Tuesday ilub,
the P. E. O. chapter. Business and
Professional Women's club. Civic
League and the Delphian chapter.
Routine, business was t.-.ken care,
of, aril a new secreta * .\cted to
take the place of Mrs Bushev, re
•igned. , . .
RECEPTION
A lovely reception wa« given Mcn
dav afternoon at the social room rf
the First Methodist church, honoring
Mrs. Chas. Nixon, who, with her
I( family left for the new charge at Del
Rio Wednesday morning.
A nice program was given consist
ing of a quartet by the four specia
vngers of the Mission Music club.
. talk by Mrs. A. M. A. Pickier, solo
fcv Mrs. E. I. Stewart, after whic*
. Mrs. O. S. Perkins in a few words
-resented the honoree with a beau
t Di* diamond studded brooch, as a
*>ken of affection of her friends. A
nol ' A Perfect Day.” was sung by
Mrs Leo Truitt, and light refresh
9erved. with Mesdnmes Rush
r.nd LongweU at the tea tables.
P The 'regoHar meeting of the local
n.T A. was held on Monday in the
Wilson school auditorium, with Mrs.
. c Potter as presiding officer, the
first number on the program being
Z address by Sopt. Haru.n on the
(.arTnents before tho people of
dds state at the election, particular
» rJf.riiw I
"BSSS.--j,
«•- «V'K,i «*,dlSU
McALLEN
®1Jh«Y^AU?n Study elub b.ld it.
third regular meeting Wednesday.
November 7, at tho high school
^Following a short business ses
•ion the afternoons program wa*
b.v Mr.- H ...lerd
Unchanging Guest h> . n »
n,bb« was the subject. Mrs. H. B
Kelly gave a very interesting biog
raphy of the author, aft..- which
Glendenning gave a review of
th*MrS0°Le# Row-e gave a very inter
•bting talk on “Russia's Struggle for
Liberty. ’ and of her own experiences
while in Russia.
The next mectinr of the Study
elub will be hejd November 2b.
COUNTRY CLl'B BRIDGE
Ono of the delightful affairs of
the week was the bridge party given
Wednesday evening at tho country
elub bv Mrs. V. E. (. ook. com, lunent
ing her house guest, Mrs. W. H.
Holland of Houston.
Roses in bowls placed at points of
vantage were the decorations of the
hall- The table decorations were red.
»l»ite. and blue. , . 4.
Mrs. Clyde London received the
Sore Bleeding Gums
Only on* bottl* Leto’s Pyorrhe*
Remedy is needed to convinc* any
cnf. No matter how had your case
get a bottle, use as directed, and if
9 are not satisfied druggist! will
JUcy, Ine.—Adv. (6)
women’s prize for high score and
H. H. Damme the men's prize and
Mrs. Frank Crow the consolation.
The honoree was presented with a
dainty gift.
The personnel included Messrs
and -Mesdames Conrad Roitsch, Clyde
London, Thomas Beel, Stockton
Eountain, John Cardwell, Percy Her
man, S. Ford, H. T. Ferry, Everett
.Moore, P. D. Moore, A. H. Wool ridge,
H. H. Damme, Val Folsom, R. E.
Russell, Rhea Clarke, let Ksrey,
Geo. Kunz, T. J. Powell, Frank
( row, L. Paul .Matthews. R. E. Horn
Dr. and Mrs. S. Joe .McKinsey, Dr.
and Mrs. W. H. Duncan, Mesdames
A. J. McColl, Flora Shea, E. W. Ter
rill of Arkansas, Miss Alice Hasness,
Messrs. L. J. Mason, Paul Barron, V.
L. Cook, D. C. Perkins i id the
honoree.
e • •
FORTNIGHT BRIDGE
Mrs. R. W. Gregory entertained
tiie members of the Fortnightly
Bridge club this week in a delight
ful manner at the Casa de Palmas
tea room.
1 he visitors for the afternoon
were Mrs. P. E. Montgomery, A. L.
Hart and Mrs. R. L. Gregory.
Mrs. George Gaddy received the
club prize and Mrs. R. L. Gregory
the guest prize.
• • •
BRIDGE PARTY
Mrs. L. L. Davis entertained Wed
nesday afternoon with a bridge
party at her home. Mrs. Charles
^oder received high score prize for
successful playing and Mrs. McMil
! Ian the consolation.
1 ho guest list included Mesdames
| Charles Yoder, D. R. Bigger of Edin
hurg, John Bigger. Frank Sancho,
Mack McMillan. Arthur Wiley, Jack
Meredith, J. M. Singleton of Hidalgo,
Wade Olen, J. W. Martin and Mgs
Henderson.
• • •
LUNCHEON CLUB
1 he Thursday Luncheon club met
this week at the Casa de Palmas tea
room for luncheon.
• • •
TANTOM CLUB
Mrs. Roy Montgomery was host
ess Wednesday to an all-day meeting
of the Tantom club. A delicious
chicken dinner was served.
• • •
INFORMAL LUNCHEON
Mrs. H. F. Ferry entertained Wed
nesday with an informal luncheon
at her home north of McAllen, hon
oring Mesdames C. W. Terrill of Ar
kansas and W. H. Holland of Hous
ton. house guests of Mrs. V. E.
Cook.
• • •
AUXILIARY CIRCLES
The Presbyterian Auxiliary met
Thursday afternoon in circles: Cir
cle No. 1 met at the home of Mrs.
John Ewing. Mrs. F. L. Rherwocd
was the leader and had as her sub
ject “Home Missions." There were
Mrs. Dougan
—uses Kelvinator to keep
the materials which she
uses in her daily demon
strations fresh and whole
some.
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Kelvinator |
Keeps fruits ice cold and Ps
delicious and meats and pi
vegetables in prime of J
freshness and flavor.
1 MRS. MYRA OLIVER DOUG AN ~ 1
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W. H.Putegnat OnrO at the Free
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Every Home —requires no replenishing
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I All food must under- Kelvinator truly is -
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I tiny to be healthful. ~* kecPs \ ° °d*
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“ may seem to be all 11 TE know that Kelvinator will give always on the job, a
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The W. . P tegnat
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fifteen member* *nd two vi*itors
present.
Circle No. 2 met with Mr*. Roy
Hardin. Mr*. Brooks 1. Dickey was
the leader and had as her subject
“Adventures in the Home Land.”
There were fourteen members and
one visitor. This was Mrs. J. M.
Singleton of Hidalgo, who joined
the circle.
Circle No. S met at the home of
Mr*. H. 0. Peterson. Mrs. J. C.
Ziebel was the leader and had as
her subject “Home Missions.” Mrs.
Helbert Hankins led the devotional.
There were nine members present.
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PERSONALS
Mrs. Fay McClure of La Feria |
was the guest of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Yoder. Wednesday. '
Miss Austiae Smith of San Benito
was the week-end guest of her uncle
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Henry.
L. L. Whittington has as his guest 1
his brother, W. W. Whittington of
Bude, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rettig retu i
ed Thursday from several weeks’
stay in Rusk and other Texas points. |
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Dewey, who
have been the guests of Mr. %nd
Mr*. Ralph Osborne left Thursday
for»their home in Loxlcy, Ale.
V. J. Eckelcamp left Tuesday for
San Antonio to attend the conven
tion of the Texas Sanitarians asso
ciation.
Mrs. Fred Bevil, who has been
serving as special nurse in the Meti
cal Arts hospital in Edinburg is
spending severay days at home.
Gordon Gnfftn left Thursday
night for Jutufcion. Mrs. Griffin
and children h. ve been spending
some timo in Junction for the bene
fit of Ruth's health. Mr. Griffin
will return the first of the week by
automobiel with his family.
Dr. W. S. Bates of Barre, Mass.,
has been a guest in the home of his
sister. Mrs. E. H. Fullwood. This is
Dr. Bates’ third visit to the Valley
in four years.
Owens Stone of Mercedes spent
the wc*k-end in McAllen as the
guest of her grandmother, Mrs. F.
L. Sherwood.
J. C. Nelson, president of the
Citizens’ Industrial hank of San An- J
tonio, was in the Valley this week
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. F M. Card have as j
their gMest Mri» E. D. Vo^ter, who
is spending the winter with her
brother*. J. A. and Tracy Card of
Mission.
Frank Crow will leave Monday for
a trip to San Antonio.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Moore left
Friday morning by automobile via
Laredo for Monterrey. Mexico.
Jimmy Hufendick of McAllen has
been elected to membership in the
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, national geo
logical fraternity, according to word
received by his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Hufendick of McAllen.
L. L. Griffin and family IcO Mon
dav for their home in Olnev, Texes.
Miss Pearl Cass of Fo^t Worth,
the new superintendent of the Mc
Allen Municipal hospital, arrived
Sunday.
PASTOR Ml’ST PAY FOR LOVE
GLASGOW.—Because he stole the
love of Mrs. David Newlands, Rev.
James R. Gilruth was ordered to
pay her husband $500. Newlands
was granted a divorce.
Today’s Radio Features
Monday, Nov. 12
(Contra! Standard Tlmel
• :30—Rory and His Gang; Jeanne Mlgnolet, Soprano—WJZ WSM WSB
WJR W REN KWK
7:35—United Choral Singers: Mixed Chorus—WOR WADC WAIU WKRC
WUHP WMAQ WOWO KMOX KMBC WSPD WHK
* 30—General Motors Party; Popular Numbers—WEAF WRC WGY WTAM
WWJ.WGN WTMJ KSD WCCO WOW WDAF KVOO WFAA KPRC
- 'v0A1 W,PAS WSM WMC WSB WJAX
*:3tt-National Grand Opera: -Cavallerla Rustlcana”—WEAF WRC WWJ
WFAA WHAS WEBC KSD
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Brownsvilla
4:00-5:55 p. m.—Associated Press dispatches and Valley news from
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5:55-6:00—World Bookman, popular radio feature.
6:00-7:00—Studio specialties and music.
8:00-10:00—Remote control program from McColl’s club house
near McAllen. Armistice program tentative. No time
announced.
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9:300-11:00 a. m.—Musical numbers and studio specialties.
11:00-11:30—James Ball at the Capitol theater organ in popular
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11:55-12:00—Local and general weather* forecast and bulletin on
Rio Grande.
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