OCR Interpretation


Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, November 25, 1929, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of North Texas; Denton, TX

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86063730/1929-11-25/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for THREE

IN SOCIETY CIRCLES—A COMPLETE PAGE FOR VALLEY WOMEN
Phone
Seven
Auxiliary of Mercy
Hospital in Session
Resuming activities for the winter season, members of the auxiliary'
Of Mercy hospital met Saturday afternoon at the hospital, with a large
attendance. In the absence of Mrs. Young, president, the meeting was
presided over by Mrs. Harbert Davenport.
Several reports were heard, and the main business discussed concerned
plans for raising a fund to buy;
laundry equipment for the hospital,
to cost several hundred dollars. Mrs
H. L. Yates and Mrs. H. M. Skelton
were appointed as a committee to
forward the work, and methods for
raising the money will be brought
up and studied at later meetings.
The next session of the auxiliary
will be held on the second Saturday
in December, when plans for Christ
mas activities at the hospital will
be worked out.
Sisters of Mercy hospital served
hot chocolate and wafers following
the Saturday business session.
AAA
Mrs. Davenport
Back From Meet
Mrs. Harbert Davenport returned
Saturday after a two weeks' ab
sence, attending the State Federa
tion convention In Mineral Wells
and the state P.-T. A. meeting in
Waco. She also visited her mo
ther in Eastland a few days.
Mrs. J. L. Wortman. delegate from
Brownsville to the P.-T. A. conven
tion, is remaining in San Antonio
over the Thanksgiving holidays with
her daughter, Miss Marie Wortman,'
a student in Lady of the Lake col
lege. While in Waco, Mrs. Daven
port and Mrs. Wortman were guests
of Miss Decca Lamar at a meeting
of the Waco Press club. Miss Lamar
is well known in Brownsville, hav
ing donated the boulder monument
on Palm Boulevard.
. . .
Valley P.-T. A/s
Plan Fair Booth
Valley P.-T. A’s are eo-operatlng
tn the arrangement and maintain
ing of a booth at the Mid-winter
fair, opening Tuesday in Harlingen.
A rest room and first aid station
has been completed, and a nurse
will be on duty there every day.
Mrs. W. R. Jones, county super
intendent, has been busy for several
days with P.-T. A. officials in com- j
pleting arrangements, and plans for
the booth have met with success in
Valley points. -
■ -.
Has Mode Good 1
; with
MILLIONS!
B
t Same Price I
I for over 38 years l
I 2$ enact* tor I
pure m“ Economical 1
Efficient I
MILLIONS OF FNT I
I USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT |
Society Calendar
Tuesday
Mardl bridge club with Mrs. Mil
ler on the highway.
Learners club with Mrs. Volney
Taylor for a birthday party.
Rebekahs at I. O. O. F. hall for
semi-annual alection of officers,
evening.
Lovett Bible class of First Me
thodist church will have a banquet
at the church.
Mary Mason Given
Surprise Party
Miss Mary Mason was honoree
of a surprise party Saturday after
noon on the occasion of her fif
teenth birthday, members of her
club gathering at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Mason. Jr., on St. Charles street.
The party took the place of the reg
ular club meeting which was to
have been held with Miss Alberta
Browne.
Pretty gifts were brought for the
honoree, and in the games during
the afternoon Miss Frederica Klie
ber won first prize, a bridge set, and
Miss Adelaide Fox the cut, a box
of crystallzed fruit. Miss Beatrice
Friedman *\i the consolation, a
lingerie set. Chicken sandwiches,
cake and coffee were served.
Those present were Misses Jane
Sctnlan. Katy Hamon, Agnes
Browne, Mary Margaret Fox. Larita
Grider, Custer Yates. Alberta and
Elizabeth Browne.
• • *
Comings, Goings
Of Local People
Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Proctor were
week-end visitors in Austin.
Mrs. J. H. Monroe is in San An
tonio for a visit with relatives.
Capt. Wallace Reed, of the coast
guard, with headquarters at Point
Isabel, spent the week end in town
with his family.
Miss Elizabeth Powell, teacher In
the Brownsville schools, spent the
1 week end with friends in San
Benito.
Mr. and Mrs. Travis Jennings at
tended the game in Austin Friday,
and will visit for several days before
returning to Brownsville
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Renfro were in
Austin over the week-end for the
game. Mrs. Rent fro stopped in Bee
▼Ule lor a visit with her parents.
Mrs. Travis Sykes of San Antonio
la the guest of Mrs. W. E. Heaner
and Mrs. W. R. Jones. Mrs. Sykes,
a sister of Mr. Heaner, returned
Sunday with Mrs. Heaner who was
in Austin for the football game.
Mrs. W. H. Pattee visited her
daughter. Frances, in Lady of the
Lake college, San Antonio, over the
week-end. and took the Brownsville
girls there to the Eagle football
game in Austin.
V. L. Conrad is in Austin looking
after business this week. He left
Saturday evening. He will be in
Austin over Thanksgiving, and will
attend the Thanksgiving game at
College Station with his son. Verne, ;
who is taking an engineering course
at the University of Texas this
year.
Unnecessary
Pain!
Nowadays, people take Bayer Aspir
in for many little aches and pains,
and as often as they encounter any
pain.
Why not? It is a proven anti
dote for pain. It works!
And Bayer Aspirin tablets are
utterly harmless. You have the
medial profession's word for that;
they do not depren the heart
So, don't let a cold “run its
course.” Don’t wait for a head*
ache to “wear off ” Or regard
neuralgia, neuritis, or even rheum
atism as something you must en
dure. Only a physician can cope
with the cause of such pain, but
you can always turn to Bayer Aspir
in for relief.
Bayer Aspirin is always avail
able, and it always helps. Famil
iarize yourself with its many uses,
and avoid a lot of needless suffering.
BAYER ASPIRIN
Aopiria to tba trada nark of Bajrar Uaoofactura of MoooacafacaodaaUr of 6oitcyUcsdd
WESLACO
DINNER-DANCE
Miss Rosemary Rives and Miss
Dema Clair Lee entertained at the
home of the former Saturday eve
ning with a most delightful dinner
dance. Yellow and green was the
pretty color scheme used In the
decorations with lovely bowls' of
chrysanthemums.
Those enjoying this mo6t happy
occasion were Misses Gene Forbes,
Benuie Watson, Helen Yeager of
Donna. Gladys Clark. Dema Clair
Lee. Rosemary Rives and Tom
Watts of Donna. J. T. Pike. Neal
Cummings of Donna. Orval Scruggs
of Donna, Leo Allbritton and A. D.
Jones of Donna.
• • •
PARTY IIOXOREE
Saturday afternoon little Nova
Mae Smith celebrated her eighth
birthday with a party at the home
of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. J.
Smith.
Pretty decorations were made with
poinsettia and jolly indoor games
made a happy afternoon. Many
lovely gifts were received by the
little hostess. Birthday cake was
served with other delicious refresh
ments.
The little friends enjoying tnis
happy occasion were: Violet Pat
ty. Theresa Patty, Pauline Mar
shall, Dorothy Mae Marshall.
Dorothy Patricia Cramblet, Mar
garet Ann Mitchell. Johnny Mae
Dya! of Progress©, Hazel Jean Em
mons, Neomi LaDuke. Peggy
Grimes, Edith Bradbury. Mary Rog
ers Gregory. Mary Dean Wood.
Joyce Gregory. Mary Louise Gear
and Gloria Smith.
♦ • •
BIRTHDAY HOSTS
Clifford and Modelle Brasher
celebrated their tenth and twelfth
birthdays recently with a happy
party for many of their friends.
The Thanksgiving motif was used
in the decorations. Games on the
lawn made the happy arternoon.
Refreshments and favors served
and received by Roland Griffin. Ed
die Stone, Dean Garrett. Jack Teni
son. Dale Porter, Mardeile Kendall.
Eleanor St. John. Helen Sims. Hel
en Cronkrite, Alice Edrington,
Golda La Duke. Neomi LeDuke.
Selma Summers. Grace Griffin,
Ruth Griffin. Rose Mary Cannon.
Ruth Jones, Virginia Barkley.
Many lovely gifts were received by
Clifford and Modelle. who were so
pleasantly surnrised by their
mother, Mrs. L. H. Brasher.
BRIDGE COMPLIMENT
Mrs. Leslie Suringer of Floydada
who Is here visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gound. was de
lightfully complimented with bridge
Saturday afternoon bv her mother.
Mrs. Gound. and sister. Miss Thel
ma Gound. Yellow chrysanthe
mums made lovely floral decora
tions.
At the games of bridge Miss Ada
Ve Williams received high score
and Mrs. John Bennett second high.!
Mrs. Suringer was presented a love
ly remembrance gift. At the con
clusion of the games a delicious
salad and sweet course was served
Bridge and tea guests were:
Mesdames Suringer. John Graves,
Carmen Rives, Tom Bruton, N. P.
Wimberly. John Bennett, R. W.
Warren, Jr., C. E. Thompson. C. H.
Stevenson. C. M. O'Neal, V. C.!
Thompson, Edward Waller. Joe
Mason, E. C. McConnell, W. W. j
Carrothers, Reed Lehman, J. D.
Stephens. Dan Coate. I. E. Martin.
Misses Thelma Smith. Kathrine
Erwin, Ada Ve Williams, Eu Jean
Smith. Louise Douthit. Margaret
Sheffield. Clara Brandon. Mary
Louise Hensly, Marcella Lehman,
Mary Heller.
a a *
MAJESTIC PROGRAM
The local Girl Reserve organiza
tion presented a Majestic program
at the high school auditorium Fri
day evening with clever numbers
by many of the clubs of the city.
A small admission was charged at
the door.
A number of band selections
opened the program after which the
Kiwanis club gave a shadow play.
The Rotary club gave a burlesque
meeting of the local school board.
Little Tommy Gene Rives sang,
-Honey” and “That's My Weakness
Now.” The Study club who this
year have been studying Mexico
gave a Mexican dance number and
a Spanish song number.
A dialogue, "Fast Friends.” was
given by Mrs. Alma Fort and Miss
Thelma Smith. A group of boys
from the Stephen F. Austin school
sang and the Girl Reserves gave
"The Wedding of the Painted
Dolls.” A most enjoyable evening
was spent by the large attendance.
• » •
PERSONALS
Harry Crawford left Sunday eve
ning on a business trip to Beau
mont.
Mrs. King Cook and Mrs. R.
j Witt left Friday for a week's visit
with relativis in Waco.
J. S. Moore arrived last week on
a business trip from Urich, Mis
souri. •
Mrs. Oeorge Taylor of Duck Hill.
Mississippi, is here visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Clifton Davenport.
Monk Wilson spent several days
| here last week on a business trip
I from Chicago.
Shopper# Buried By
Germany Explosion
ESSEN. Germany. Nov. 25—m
Eight persons were injured seriously
and four others hurt slightly in a
terrific explosion today in the pub
lic market Hallon Weberplatz.
The blast was attributed to gas
leakage. It was feared there might
be other victims in the debris.
The market hall collapsed in the
explosion, burying shopper^. There
iwas considerable material damage.
The \Eyes, of the Home
And Their Care
The well-dressed window, like the
well-dressed woman, must now
show a proper regard for the new
sun and air worship.
Today heavy draperies have gone
to join the ruffled petticoats.
The new window, too. must not
only be a fitting frame for the
scenic pic ure outside, but must
also be an important part of the pic
ture within.
In the delightful apartment bed
room sketched, the overdraperies, in
stead of being pompous, arc of a
cheerful, colorful figured voile. Dig
nity is assured to the light fabric
by making the draperies floor length
and finishing them with two deep
flounces at the bottom and by a
painted pole with rings at the top.
The lower sash curtain, ending at
the window sill, and the glazed
chintz shade are a soft apricot,
echoing that color in the flowers of
the voile and the painted furniture
—a pleasing color melody with the
contrasting notes of a soft blue and
green rug.
How long should curtains be?
‘ Just right"—and that needs botn
art and science. Overdraperies may
go down to the floor, to the top of
the baseboard or the lower edge of
the window apron.
Glass curtains hung from a rod
fitted into sockets should end at the
window siU. But If the rod has
goose-neck ends, and the casing at
the top of the window is covered,
the glass curtains also should end
at the lower edge of the apron. If
I you are going In for the modern
! istic, you may indulge in floor
length glass curtains or under-cur
tains.
Is the room low-ceilinged? Then
the new style of “no valances” is
just right to give the impression of
height.
Is the room too high-ceilinged
for coziness? Then the valance is
correct, new style or not. because
its horizontal line seems to subtract
from the height.
What can be done with double
windows? Be thankful for them in
a small or medium-sized room be
cause the new treatment favors
dealing with them as one unit—and
the room has the air of greater
space.
It is amazing how you can “move
walls” and change the size of a
room wiih the help of window
draperies.
RELIEVES COUGHS,
COLDS OVERNIGH1
Mother's Salve has bee:
a standard remedy sine*
1894 for conghsand colds.
It promptly relieves con
gestion and prevents t
spread of the affection
oy us neaung, penetrat
ing vapor. Mother’s Salve is pleasantly
scented, easy to use and quick to act.
Use it freely. Full directions on every jar.
For sale and recommended by all drug
gist. Two sites, 25c and 50c.
Vaporize “Mother’s Salve” lor Colds
NORMAL, GOOD SKIN \
HAS NATURAL SHINE
So Even If Your Nose Gets Shiny, Says Miss
Huddleston, It Isn’t Necessary to Start
Drastic Oily Skin Treatments.
By JOSEPHINE HUDDLESTON.
*<llf Y SKIN w so oily," is the plaint of so many of my
J[ readers that 1 am inclined to think that some of them
are being misled by the natural shine of a normal,
healthy skin. It is wise to make certain, before starting corrective
treatment, that yonr skin is excessively ally, for
there is always danger of creating • condrion
just as troublesome—a dry skin.
A normal amount of oil is essential to all
skin beauty for it gives the skin Its plasticity
and softness. So. fust because your nose gets
a bit shiny now and then, don’t rush out and
buy a lot of preparations to correct an oily skin
condition.
As we grow older the natural supply of oil
is gradually lessened so once again we find the
shine beneficial because it attests to oar youth.
The first indication that too much oil is
flooding the surface of the skin * when a
greasy appearance becomes apparent. After
that comes the gradual enlarging of the pores,
followed by blackheads and in many cases
•”&*.!» « And diet end drink In, ..ten MWSW
two important corrective remedies. It is needless to explain this
in detail again because we all understand that when lh-« digestive
and elimination tracts are not functioning properly the genera
health suffers and the complexion is marred.
Greasy rood ana sweets encourages
tn oily skin condition. So tn aggra
vated cases these foods should be
materially cut down or even elimi
nated from the diet for a short time.
Personally. 1 don't believe in the,
complete cutting out of any foods
lescept by e doctor's orders! for any j
length of time. But for a week or
two, until the surplus oils In the!
bodv have been diminished. It Is well j
to avoid heavy gravies, rich pud- j
dings, candy and rich salad dressings j
Then, when you start eating these j
foods again, do so moderately.
Drink eight glasses ot water each,
day. I get as tired of repeating this!
bit of wisdom as you doubtless do of;
reading it. But ifs a fundamental
necessity, to we must give It its
pla**e.
And now for some suggestions re
garding local treatment. Skin tonics,
jp,riled arter each cleansing will
(often check the surface oversupply
of oil while the healthful corrective
measures are being taken and given
an opportunity to show results
I haven't forgotten about my old
favorite, the oatmeal bags, but dur
ing the past Year the quality of all
Flashes of Life
NEW YORK— Girls of Hunter
college are opposed to a new mode.
Long skirts. 70 percent of the 6.000
future teachers say, are imprac
tical, uncomfortable and unecon
omic.
CONSTANTINOPLE — Every
Turkish woman or man has the
right to elect or be elected in muni
cipal elections, says a gallant new
statute which mentions the newly
enfranchised first.
NEW YORK— There seems to
have been a successful revolution
against reform. So many of the
younger set have been dashing off
to night clubs when society ended
dances at 3 a. m, that some invi
tations now read ’’dancing at 11
p. m.” instead of 10 to 3.
HAVANA—There are more monk
eys on the farms of Mme. Rosale
Abreu. 70-year-old authority on
anthropology, than anywhere else
except in their native habitats, and
she offers to C. Emerson Brown,
former president of the American
Association of Zoological Parks. 300
acres of her Havana estate for the
establishment of an acclimating and
breeding place for rare species for
American Zoos.
Laxative
BROMO
OlIMMi
Tablet*
i.mii/. I Sinct 1 889
e++m*amma^dm*mmmm*^m^aataammemm
Unique
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
at the
BASKET PLACE
In Matamoras
It Is well worth a trip to
Matamoros Just ta look
through our distinctive
stock of articles suitable for
Christmas Gifts. Complete
line of Mexican curios, bas
kets, pottery, drawn work,
etc., at unusually reason
able prices. Visit us when
in Matamoros.
Northeast Cor. Plaza
prepared akin tonic* has improved s«
greatly that it is now safe to recoin
mend their use to anyone who needs
the aid such preparations give.
i explained Just recently the need
of avoiding creams for cleansing
when an oily skin condition is pres
ent. except when special creams for
cleansing oi!y skin are used. This Is
extremely important because you
may be adding more oil to the skin
and thus aggravating the i-ondition
you are anxious to correct. The spe
ctai creams take this into considers- j
tlon and so have drying as weU as
cleansing properties
If you aren't quite sure what kind
of astringent or skin tonic to use.
add ten drops of tincture of plain
benzoin to one cupful of fold water,
shake well, and you've a perfectly
splendid astringent.
If you want to trv the old stand
by. oatmeal bags, and have forgoi
Kn the formula, send a stamped. ,
self-addressed envelope and I'll send
it m you.
The succeeding article will be based
on the remedy for oily ekm black* j
heads.
'
Bladder Irritation
If functional Bladder Irritation
disturbs your sleep, causes Burning’
or Itching Sensation. Backache or
Leg Pains, making you feel tired
depressed, and discouraged, why not
try the Cystex 48 Hour Test? Don't;
give up. Get Cystex today at any
drug store. Put it to the test. Sec
for yourself what it docs. Money
back if it doesn’t bring quick im
provement, and satisfy you com
pletely. Try Cystex today. Only 60c.
—Adv.
~Menus
c/deDay
By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE
Vermont Turkey Stuffing Is
Delicious
MENU FOR DINNER
Oyster Cocktail
Roast Turkey and Vermont Stuffing
Creamed Carrots Mashed Potatoes
Brown Gravy Cranberry Sauce
Bread Butter
Cabbage Salad in Gelatine
Date Pudding Hard Sauce
Coffee
Oyster Cocktail, Serving 8
114 pints small oysters, 4 table
spoons lemon juice. 4 tablespoons
catsup, 2 tablespoons horseradish.
1*4 cup chili sauce, 1*4 teaspoon
salt. 1*4 teaspoon paprika, 1*4 cup
finely chopped celery .
Carefully look over the oysters
and remove shells. Chill. Mix and
chill the rest of the ingredients.
When ready to serve, place oysters
in small glass cups and top with
the sauce. Serve at once. Salted
wafers and lemon quarters can ac
company any cocktail.
Vermont Tadjicy Staffing
Turkey giblets, 2 cup* water, 1
teaspoon salt, cups soft bread
crumbs. 1*4 teaspoon pepper. 1*4
teaspoon poultry seasoning, 4
tablespoons butter. melt'd.
Carefully and thoroughly wash
the giblets. Cover with the water
and cook slowly until very tender.
It will require' about 1 hour to
cock. Chop the giblets and mix
with the rest of the Ingredient*
Add tablespoons of the stock in
which the giblets were orated.
Reserve the remaining stock lor tha
gravy. Lightly stuff the fowl.
Cabbage Salad in Gelatin. Seniug >
1 package lemon flavored gela
tin mixture, 1 2-3 cups boiling wa
ter. 1 teaspoon salt. 3 tablespoons
sugar. 3 tablespoons vinegar. 2
cups chopped cabbage, !» cup chop
ped celery. cup chopped pimen
tos. !i teaspoon pepper.
Pour the water over the gelatin
mixture and stir until well dissolv
ed. Add the salt, sugar and vine
gar. Cool and chill until a little
thick. Fold in the rest of the In
gredients and pour into a me' l
which has been rinsed out of mill
water. Set in a cold place to stiff
en. Unmold on lettuce end sur
round w ith salad dressing.
Dale Puddfri
l!i cups mar. 1 cup bread
crumbs. 3 eggs. 1 cup chopped dates.
2-3 cup nuts. 4 tablespoons milk. I
teaspoon baking powder. 1 teaspoon
vanilla.
Deat the eggs and add the rest of
the ingredients. Pour into a greas
ed shallow pen and bake for 25
minutes in a moderate1!' slow even.
Stop It In One Wf'r/te
With One Swallow
Wight cough defies iu -a
remedies but • single ** •
low of It-ntodeue stops t.
A SoeeioUtc'f prestii pi ton.
Wo “dope.” Got Mencud.ce
from druggist. Sleep soundly
tonight without coughing
It's in school that we learn how to learn, our Scribe says. After
we go Into business then we begin to learn.
Most business men learned long ago that filing isn't a problem
at all—when it's properly done. Of course, it need not be anyway,
with our complete line of filing equipment and onr lenz experience
in the proper filing needfuls for every business.
Let cur experience serve you.
If it’s for the office—We have it
Phone
S22
DELTA'
OFFICE-FURNITURE
COMPANY'
HARLINGEN
Cml!
Us
Tor
Your
Needs
■.
"Wear Ever"
Aluminum ROASTERS
with new lifting rack
Remember, every "Wear-Ever"
Roaster saves fuel and insures
better • cooked, tastier roasts.
*
[OVAL ROASTER
ft Compact in size,
yet roomy in capar*
lty. Specially de
signed forecasting
chickens, ducks,
small turkeys,
whole hams, etc.
OIILOXI, ROASTER
Special Ihricea—Limited Time
Fine for large
roasts of all kinds,
cold pack canning,
preserving and
preparing whole
meal at one time.
Insure yourself of
rich, nicely brow n
ed, full-flavored
roasts thisFall and
for the Thanks
giving, Christmas
and New Year's
dinners.
Small AIm, JO • 14'A
»Q»5
Mntium Vs*. ll>4 * I»\i
»/f »5
iMrg, Mm, m/A • 1 V/j
*5—
ROUND ROASTER
Special Price —Limited Time
Just the utensil
for pork or lamb
roasts, rolled
roasts,8mail chick*
ens, ducks, etc.
*sg95
WEAfc-EYsft
These Stores,
We KNOW,
Can Supply you
ALUMINl'M
TRADE V.'.HK
Ifcg U-#.P«* T*
BROWNSVILLE
W. H. Pvteput Co.
HARLINGEN
Rio Grande Hdwe. & Mach. Co.
LA FERIA
Rio Grande Hdwe. St Mach. Co.
LAREDO
A. Siroe
MERCEDES
Rio Grande Hdwe. it Mach. Co.
SAN BENITO
Rio Grande Hdwe. & Mach. ۥ
WESLACO
Rio Grande Hdwe. & Mach. Co

xml | txt