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[I IN SOCIETY CIRCLES—A COMPLETE PAGE FOR VALLEY WOMEN
--- t 1Mother Singers9 to Feature P.-T. A. Meet •Mother Singers” will make their first appearance at an annual con tention of the Texas Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associa tions in Waco, November 18-21, when Mrs. F. h. Jaccard of Fort Worth. State Music chairman of the organixation, will direct groups of singers from different parts of Texas in singing selections such as "Bridal Cho “wn me "itose Maiden' by; Cowen and songs from the National Bong Sheet. This movement to have “Mother Singers” at the twenty flrst convention of the Texas Con gress is part of the plan of the Na tional chairman of Music, who, ac cording to Mrs. Jaccard, has urged the formation of groups of “Mo ther Singers” in each council and local and has asker that singing be made a part of every regular meet ing. “I am hoping to have,” said Mrs. Jaccard, "a real ‘sing-song’ at our atate convention, and have asked the parent-teacher units in the state that have choruses that might at tend as a unit or in part to notify me at once. We have gradually built up a real department I feel, and I believe the time has aome when we should demonstrate our value to the Congress. From all over the state have come reports of the work of the music chairman. Our own chorus in Fort Worth has been very helpful on many occa sions and is planning real work for this coming season.” The following choruses have been selected to be learned by all “mo ther singers” during the year 1929 BO: "Sing Praise to God. the Lord ’— Cesar Franck. "The Throstle”—W. Berwald. "Where Go the Boats”—Channing Lefebvre. "Drowsily Come the Sheep”—Dav id Proctor. “My Lover is a Fisherman”—Lily Btrockland. “Vira”—Franklin Riker. "River, River”—Chilean Folk Song. • • • Wednesday Bridge With Mrs. Hniklev Mrs. Bun Hinkley Jr. was hostess to the Wednesday Tournament bridge club yesterday at her home, with Mrs. C. P. Perkins as club guest. High score favor went to Mrs. W. E. Heaner and second prize to Mrs. William Randolph Wright. The hostess used red radiance roses in a decorative scheme and served a salad and ice course. The club meets next week with Mrs. Robin Pate. KNIT GOODS SPECIALS For Friday, Saturday New shipment of novelty slip over sweaters in all colors Just received. Special price $3.25 Heavy shaker knit sweaters with I knit-in pockets in sizes 30 to 36, special price j $5 We have Just received a new shipment of ladies' silk under wear. Appealingly priced. SPECIALS ON HOSE Sendee weight. French heel hose of pure thread silk 90c i; I Many other hose also at s~»clal ; prices. Mauer’s Knit Goods Shop I | 1220 Elizabeth, Brownsville I Society Calendar j FRIDAY Visitors’ day at El Jardin school. P.-T. A. of Incarnate Word will hold a called meeting at 3:30 p. m. at the convent. Mrs. Hillyer Is Club Hostess Mrs. George Hillyer entertained the Just-Sew club at her home Wednesday afternoon. In addition to the diversion of sewing, members | discussed plans for the annual ! Christmas party which will be held shortly before the holidays. A sal ad course was served. Mrs. McPage Mull- will entertain the club next week. • • * Comings, Goings, Of Local People Howard Cummins is in Houston. Pa., for some time, called there last week by the death of his mother. Mrs. Tom Fox has returned from a two weeks’ visit in San Antonio and Franklin. She was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. Ben C. Love of Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Price left Wednesday nleht for a week's stay in San Antonio. HARLINGEN NORTH WARD ASSEMBLY Featuring the Hallowe'en theme the third grade of the North Ward school presented an interesting as sembly* program Thursday morn ing. The program was under the direction of the third grade teach er, Miss Bess Bell. Henry Tobler announced the various numbers all of which had something to do with Hallowe'en. Included in the program was a playlet in which nine took part. Following the program. Mrs. J. T. Robertson, and Mrs. Schander ( engaged in a floating apple contest. * • • BRIDGE SERIES One of the most delightful events of the Hallowe’en season was a bridge series at the home of Mr. and MYs. John Sanders on Thurs day evening. The nine tables of guests as sembled in the charmingly decor ated rooms. Hallowe en motiis and symbols in black and orange were arranged around a background of lighted jack o’ lanterns. Bowls of orange cosmos and marigold were featured as floral decorations. At the conclusion of the play the tables were laid with orange and black runners with Hallo” e’en symbols and a delicious refreshment course was served on Hallowe’en plates. The individual nut cups filled with seasonal candies were numbered. Mrs. B. M. Holland re ceived a special contest gift for holding the lucky number. High score favor went to Mrs. Harold Hanson for the ladies and to Arthur Goolsby of San Benito for the men. Guests for the evening were Messrs: and Mesdames J. * Aider dice. J. M Green. B. F. Hardin. B M. Holland. Roy Hand. Harold Han son, Lawson Anglin J. C. Atchls on. O. N. Joyner, Gerald W. Me Kcnna. J. H. Go^tzke. Kent Man ning. Lloyd Thompson. Earl Rum- 1 bo. J. J. Willingham, A. J. Rabel, Arthur Goolsby and Bernie Gool sby of San Benito. • # • Y. W. c. A. .:ead here. The most outstanding meeting in the history of the organization of the Woman’s Chamber of Com merce was the meeting Thursday when a total of ninety one mem bers and guests assembled at the Womans Building. The distinguished guest. Mrs. John M. Hanna, of Dallas, national WEEK-END SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Here’s a tasty treat, Fresh and Delicious. CELESTE CHOCOLATEf 70 Cents ONE POUND BOX Rexillana (Syrup Coal Una Compound) •A corsyfc tynap yo* vffl Ilka. Jthparlolly oavfal la tb* tr»»[ ant of tb* dry. hard typo ad coafh. Wondorful'y palataMa; *111 eat npaot tfc* atoaaaeh. A altar, yoidoo color, array fra* from narcotica asd other harrefnl dn|t Safa far chit dm aa **!1 a* gro«3-apa. SPECIAL nuct !•» 39c I MaTtoleum »A Good Toaic fcr You* flRHHBBk A n(m*. log haahb-giv. in* tor.K that *u) boiid you up. mkf you at pong and put vim and a n a p into your ifv tank Full Ptat Book 1 lb. Rexali Theatrical Cold Cream (reg. 75c).58c Harmony Cocca-Butter Cold Cream treg. 50c>.**>? ! Jonteel Cold Cream (reg. 50c)...39c Jonteel Vanishing Cream (reg. 50c).*jc Mi 31 Solution, 1 Pint Bottle.69c Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic (reg. 50c).39c Cascade Linen. Paper and Envelopes.59c These are Just a few of our many Bargains. We are also featuring some of the Nationally advertised products at reduced prices. Watch our Windows for all these Money Saving Bargains. ES president of the Y. W. C. A. was accompanied to Harlingen ty Mrs. M. Hayes, Mission, .'ho is district president ol fhe Y. W. C. A., and Miss Lillian Hocking, San Benito, district secretary. Seated at the speakers table were Mrs. J. E. Card of MvAlkn. Mrs. M. E. Crrd of Mission and Miss Paul Hill, local chairman ol the organization. They extendec greetings at the conclusion of thi address given by the honor guest. Other guests present were the heads of the various civic organ izations of the city and included Miss Myrtle Benedict, president ol the Business and Woman's Profes sional Club, M. F. Ward, secretar of the chamber c* commerce; 1 S. Herren, president of the Realt; Board; M. *B. Holland, presiden of the Kiwanis b and H. F Looney, president of the Lion's Club. Out of town guests ft the occasion were Mrs. W. R. Jones county superintendent -nd Mrs. A W. Cooke, county treasurer both of Brownsville. Mrs. T. S. Harren, president, pre sided over the meeting. Brief re ports were given by department heads and the chairman of stand ing committees. Announcement was maae of the creation of a new departmc t, that of the Little Theatre, with Mrs. Annette Ramming as director, Mrs. L. W. Van Pelt was introduced as the new chairman of the music department, and Mrs. F. O. Scott, as chairman ol the hospitality committee. They were elected at the executive board meeting to fill vacancies caused by resignations of Mrs. S. R. Jennings ans Mrs. H. J. O'Connell. Mrs. S. R. Jennings, chairman 01 the program commit tee introduced Mrs. Hanna, who in the beginning of the address paid a high tribute to the leadership ol the women of the Valley. * * m TRAINING COURSE Beginning Monday evening, and lasting through Friday evening a teacher training school will be conducted at the First Baptist Church. G. S. Hopkins of Dallas, secretary of the state Baptk. Sunday school Board will conduct the school. He will also teach a course in the organization and administration of the young peoples and adult de partments. The six point record system will be taught t. Mrs. James Ticks and P. G. Greenwood. Mrs. J. R. Peek will teach the primary work. Miss Virginia . ee of Nashville, Tennessee will have charge of the intermediate work. Classes will begin each evening at seven o’clock, ar.d the public is invited to attend. • • * PERSONALS Mrs. Jack Kubala returned Fri day morning .rom a fortnights visit with relati/es and friends in Corpus Christl, Robs town, Hcb bronville. Jim Murphy returned to his pos ition at the Valley State bank after a vacation trip to Dallas, Hot 8prings, and the Ozark Mount ains. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rigney, form er residents of Gree-ville are now making their hon e in Harlingen. T. F. Hardin of Waxahachie is in the Valley on a short business trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Macy and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Macy and lit tle daughter recently returned from an automobile tour through Kans as and New' Mexico. Rev. and Mrr. L. S. Bachelor re turned Friday from a ten days visit In San Antonio and Brady. -. , mm, , mm i ■■. ■ ■ I Flashes of Life | L,——-»~—i J NEW YORK —“The Queen of the Ticket," as Mayor Walker calls her, Mrs. Rebecca Hoffman, white haired grandmother, is to continue her housekeeping on the east side though elected to a $12.000-a-year Job as register of New York coun ty. She is the widow of a Judge. NEW YORK—It is quite the thing for society folks to be on time at functions now. The reason as described by Mrs. Yorke Alien is splendid propaganda against tardi ness. Mrs. Allen is chairman of a committee of the Parents League, which, with the Junior League, setit out questionnaires headed “What Price Tardiness?" PAWTUCKET, R. I.—Mrs. Mary Crue, who said she made beer at home to keep her husband away from speakeasies, is to receive back 220 bottles the police seized in a raid at her home. Judge Tuck so decided in finding she had not 60ld or intended to sell. NEW YORK --A book printed in 1590 telling the story of Sir Wal ter Raleigh in Virginia has brought $7,300 at auction. It was written by Thomas Hariot. afho was in Raleigh's service. Captain John Smith s “General Historic of Vir ginia." printed in 1824, brought $1,000. Modes of the Moment v V ^ <3W^ uriUttuL atfak UrHj&L> dwdeb -jheus p/vCti w&AMtuL **/ ifas/bki/vt" OudJb i*tu6at~iv (LTlUriti&t (L*ut OmkjOauC (tj'ttoKen. e^flutniy o' -trluk. ~7MA#&uo>. 2f Ad4 ifo pl+jjUvu- flAuwi C.*uL a. C*pt Menus </*kDay BY MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE A NEW SALAD DRESSING RECIPE Menu for Dinner Macaroni and Tomatoes Baked Sweet Potatoes Escalloped Celery Fig Muffins Woodstock Mayonnaise on Head Lettuce Caramel Pudding Coffee Macaroni and Tomatoes, Serving Six 3 cups cooked macaroni, 2 cups tomatoes, 3 tablespoons chopped onions, 2 tablespoons chopped green pepper or chili sauce. 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1-4 teaspoon paprika. 4 strips bacon. Mix all the Ingredients, excepting the bacon. Pour into a buttered baking dish. Arrange the bacon on the top. Bake for 30 minutes in a moderate oven. Fig Muffins (Good hot or cold) 2-3 cup cooking figs. 1 cup water, 2 cups flour, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1-4 teaspoon soda, 1 egg. 1-3 cup milk (sour), 3 tablespoons fat, melted. Wash the figs, add the water and cook slowly for 10 minutes in a covered pan. Cool and add to the rest of the ingredients. Beat for 2 minutes. Half fill greased muf fin pans and bake for 15 minutes tn a moderate oven. Woodstock Mayonnaise 1 egg. 3 tablespoons sugar. 1 tea spoon salt. 1-4 teaspoon pamlka 1-4 teaspoon celerv salt. 1-3 tea spoon dry mustard. 4 tablesnoons lemon juice. 2-3 cup salad oil. 1-3 cup flour. 1 cup water. Blend the flour and water. Cook stirring constantly, until thick. Beat for 1 minute and pour into the rest of the ingredients, which have been | placed in a mixing bowl. Beat for 3 minutes with a Dover egg beater. Cool and serve on fruit, flab, meat or vegetable salads. Store this dressing in a cold place and it will keep fresh for a long time. A quantity of pie crust can be kept for some time If the water is not added. Mix 6 cups of Hour 2 teaspoons of salt and when a pie is desired, take 1-3 of the mixture, add cold water and a pie can be quickly made. There is sufficient material left to make 2 more pies. LONDON.—It looks as if Ambas sador Dawes must fast or suffer indigestion or lose his appetite for Thanksgiving dinner or something. He is booked for more than enough banquets in the next few weeks to keep several men alive. MAKES YOU LOOK YEARS YOUNGER! The skin of youth lies in every bo> of new wonderful MELLO-OLO Face Powder. The purest powder made—its color is passed by the U. 8. government. No pastiness, flakiness or irritation. 4 new French process makes it spread more smoothly and prevents large pores. No more shiny nows—it stays on longer. Use MELLO-OLO. j —Cisneros Drug Stores.—Adv. BEWARE THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON Coughs from colds may lead to se rious trouble. You can atop them How with Creomulaion, an emulsified creosote that ia pleasant to take. Creomulsion is a medical discovery with two-fold action; it soothes and heals the inflamed membranes and in hibits germ growth. Of all known drugs creosote is rec ognized by high medical authorities as one of the greatest healing agencies for coughs from colds and bronchial irritations. Creomulaion contains, in addition to creosote, other healing elements which soothe tad heal the inflamed membranes and stop the ir ritation, while the creosote goes on to the stomach, is absorbed into the blood, attacks the seat of the trouble and checks the growth of the germs. Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfac* ! lory in the treatment of cougha from ! colds, bronchitis and minor forma of j bronchial irritations, and is excellent ! for building up the system after colds j or flu. Money refunded if not re lieved after taking according to direc tions. Ask your druggist, (sdv.) CREOMUL5ION FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON Which of the Helena Rubinstein preparations? How to apply them? flow often? On The Trail of Beauty • t i For practical answers to these oft-repeated queries, tee suggest you have a talk with MISS CROWTHER special representative of the world-famed beauty specialist Helena Rubinstein. Miss Crowther has come to our store to guide you on the road to beauty—to analyte your indi vidual beauty problem and to help you solve It simply, scientifically and economically. In other words, to “budget” your beauty for you. But do come early. Our visitor from the New York Salon de Beaute Valaze Is being besieged for advice and her stay is limited to 3 days only I FROM NOVEMBER 7 to NOVEMBER 9 McKAY’S PHARMACY Hotel El Jardin Phone 986 WESLACO CLASS PARTY The primary department of the Baptist Sunday school enjoyed a Hallowe’en party Saturday after noon on the church lawn given by teachers of the department. The little folk who enjoyed this happy afternoon of games and re freshments were Walton Forbes, Maydeen King. Idee Parks, Warren Gudmanson, John Robert Hays. Hugh Cline Moreland, Mazie Smith. Betty Compere, Jean Collins. Giles Fort, Doris Nnix, Francis Hamner, Patsy Cramblet, Letha Smith, Wan da Mathews, Martha Ann, Margie Lee Sarising, James Stone, Mar jorie Warren. There were a num ber of adults present making a to tal of thirty. • • • BABY DAUGHTER Word arrives here of the birth of an eight and one-half pound daughter to Mr. and Mrs. James B. Smith of Bangs, Texas. The baby has been named Helen Jean nette and was born October 24. Mrs. Smith will be remembered by a large circle of friends as Miss Myrtle Walker, sister of Monte Wa ker of this city and M. L. Walker of San Benito. • • • PERSONALS Mrs. Roy Adair left Sunday for her home in Kingsville after spend ing several days here with her pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hunt. She was accompanied on her visit here by a small brother-in-law. C. C. Harbinson of Wills Point is here visiting his sister, Mrs. R. C. Watson, and family. „ A. H. Clark of Cuero who filled the Batist pulpit here Sun day was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Haynes were also guests. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Mrs. W. T. Barbee was most pleasantly surprised on her birth day last week when she was enter tained with a dinner by Mrs. P. C. McConnell. Mrs. I. E. Martin and Miss Gertrude Streuer at the Mar-, tin nome. Besides the delicious dinner a birthday cake was enjoy ed. Plates were laid for Mr. and Mrs W. T. Barbee and son. Joe. Mr. | ! and Mrs. P. C. McConnell. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Martin and daughter. Barbara, and Miss Qertrude Sire uer. • • • RADIO ENTERTAINER A feature over KROV at Har lingen Saturday evening was mu sical numbers by Mrs. Bryant James, popular Weslaco musician. Mrs. James is teaching piano m cooperation with the public schools and has a studio near each of the local schools. Mrs. James will be a frequent artist over KROV in the future. SAN JUAN.—Quentin Rooeevelt, 10, is a student at San Augustin Academy. He will learn Spanish and have military training. The son of the governor of Porto Rico is named for his uncle, who died on a war flight in France. tub^rithpile pip* and •very 60c bo* of PA20 fa tnli with money-book goomatee. For itching, blind, or pro TAKE THE ELEVATOR TO THE FLOOR (»K FASHION FOR ALL OCCASIONS ON SALE Friday-Saturday-all next week at 25% DISCOUNT Presenting a large assortment of dresses for all occasions—dresses from our regular stock in an extremely timely offering. Materials are crepes satins, and our entire stock of transparent velvets. Colors in navj, black, brown, wine, Hunter’s green, independent, and prints. A look at these frocks will reveal absolutely new fall styles in every case. Sale starts tomorrow and will last all next week. The sooner you visit the store, the more models you will find to pick from. Plan an early attendance now.