peaks at G. R. Meet
Olrl Reserves clubs of the Valley gather late this afternoon at Rio
®do, Y. w. c. A. camp lor the annual spring conference which la to
atlnue through Saturday and Sunday. Each club Is sending a dele
tion of twelve girls with their advisors.
rhls spring, emphasis of the conference Is being placed on the voca
aal phase of Girl Reserve work. „
■s. Florence M. Hayes. Mission,
leader of the vocational hour;
■a. Charles Weimer, Mercedes, is
making on nursing; Miss Vashti
»m, Santa Rosa, has home
momics teaching as her subject;
3 Mrs. Oerald McKenna of Har
den Is to discuss Journalism as a
lev. M. Weimer. Rio Hondo, is
ding Saturday morning services
Saturday evening, a Valley han
't has been planned, with Mrs
Clearwater of Brownsville as
Towns having Girl Reserve clubs
* Brownsville, Harlingen, San
nito. 8anta Rosa, Rio Hondo,
ireedes, Weslaco. Pharr, San
*n, Alamo, McAllen, Sharyland
Officials in charge of the con
ence are MLss Imogene Holdridge.
arr, conference executive; Miss
lily Eppright. Mission, pianist;
s. Floyd Meilor. Harlingen, ree
rar: and Miss Lillian K. Hock
i Y. W. C. A. district secretary.
• I •
|A large crowd of school patrons,
[tending the Washington Park
hoo! “Awakening of Spring" fiesta
5t night on the school grounds,
twed a colorful spectacle as
TO TRY CARDUI
Mother Had Taken It and
Thought It Would Help
Weak Young Woman.
Elizabeth, Ind.—Mrs. C. O. Sut
*m, of this place, writes as fol
owa, describing her experience in
he use of Cardui:
"My mother first recommended
Jardui to me. I was weak and
wild not do my work.
“I had pains in my and
ide. It seemed like when I would
et up, I would drag around to do
ay work, and had bad headache.
„*1 seemed to need a strength
jullder, so my mother told me to
xy Cardui She had taken it her
elf and had found It a good medl
"I took several bottles of Cardui
ind It helped me very much. I
elt stronger and was able to do
ny work without any trouble. I
■esfced well at night and had a
pod appetite. I think: Cardui
s a good medicine."
Many other women have re
torted that they began taking Car
lo! on their mothers advice, for
his medicine has been in use so
its real worth 1s known by
generations of women. *
scores of children In fanciful cos
tumes danced and sang.
The celebration, commemorating
National Wild Flower Day. Included
characters representing flowers,
fairies, brownies and many other
The P.-T. A. of the school and
teachers assisted in staging the af
• • •
Mrs. Lawrence V. Paddock and
her father. Dr. B. F. Gray of Port
land. Ind., who are house guests of
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Gray, were honor
guests at the bridge party Tuesday
evening at the home of the Grays
A profusion of pink radiance
roses and lavender larkspur decorat
ed the living room where tables
were prettily appointed for bridge
games. Mrs. Paddock. Mrs. D. L.
White and H. L. Scott were prize
Refreshments were served late
in the evening to Mr. and Mrs. D.
L. White. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Owens. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Scott
and children of Mercedes. Mrs. R
H. Kern and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Martin of Mercedes. Mrs. Paddock.
Dr. Gray and the hosts.
On Wednesday evening. Mrs.
Paddock and her son. Lawrence
Gray Paddock. Dr. B. F. Gray, Dr
and Mrs. Fred Gray, and Mr. and
Mrs Jack Martin were dinner
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. 8cctt of Mercedes.
• • •
Merry Matrons Club
Mrs. K. M. Crowe was hostess to
the Merry’ Matrons bridge club
Thursday afternoon at her home. A
variety of garden flowers decorat
ed the living room in pretty fashion.
In the games. Mrs. Harry* Crowe
won high score prize and Mrs. A.
L. Perkins was awarded the prize
for high guest score.
A dainty refreshment course was
Mrs. Harry Crowe will entertain
the club In two weeks.
• • •
Young people of Valley Presby
terian churches will gather in Mer
. cedes Saturday at the Presbyterian
church for the annual spring rally.
“Highways of the Kingdom” will be
I the theme of the nrogram which is
The •’tlckMng throat
la Irritating enough,
bnt la often tho fore
runner of aorloua cheat
and head colds. Stop
tho tickle and prevent
further Infection hr the
peotnpt use of Mother's
Salvo. It penetrates
and vaporise* giving prompt relief from
cough* colds and catarrh. Mother's Salvo
la pleasantly scented, easy to oao and
Quick to act. Pull directions on Jar. All
druggists recommend and sell Mother's
Salve. Two also* SSc and Me.
Vaporize “Mother’s Salve” for Coldg
WITH A DAY AT MIAMI
to NEW YORK
Inducing rail to Galveston and
meals and berth on .teamer
One Way $76.26 up
Round Trip 5130?.') up
Effective May 15th
OnSileM^y *5th to Sept 30th.
00 Day Return Limit.
Rail to Galve.tcn. steamer t s
Kew York, returning by al’.
£il route, or vice verw L.t,
2a! .top-over prvileges.
All-Ex pens* Tours
from G ALVE ST O N
6D«v» $75 up
, , even- Saturday com- k
^gJTg ISay :«.S**ht-ae«ng
induded. 30-day ■
Jll ftrts bteiuJf malt
htrtk en uramr-. M
De Luxe Neve Sister Ships
from Galveston every Saturday
Commencing May 24
Present service by Steamer
H. R. Mallory Sats. Apr. 26, May 10
Take the cool breezy Ocean Trail to
New York. Famous liners offering every
comfort and modem luxury. Live just
the way you would in a fine hotel—with
plenty of fresh air. Wide range of ac
commodations including suites with
beds and private bath. Hot and cold
running water in each room. Electric
fans and forced ventilation. Orchestra
for concerts and dancing. All deck sports.
A full day to see glamorous Miami.
S.S MOHAWK or S.S. ALOONOUIN from
Gal vest on every Saturday 5 P. M. arriving
M:ami Tuesday morning*. New York Friday
SPECLAL SAILING WED. JULY 2
S.S. Sh*»n*e to New York with a day at both
HAVANA and MIAMI. Extra ticket fart $10.00.
I SEA ROVERS’ CRUISE
from Galveston June 13; from Beaumont
June 14 to Gulf and Caribbean porta. IS
I Daya including all expense*. $215 op.
Take toot car. Rolled aboard. Low rates.
Freight tailing! Wednesdays and Saturday!,
W. V. Pittman."Acting G«n1 Agent, Galmtcti
_ or Apply Rmilmad Coupon Ticket Agent*.
divided Into morning and afternoon
Young people's organizations of
the different Valley churches will
contribute discussions and features
of the day.
• • •
Members of the local Presbyterian
Auxiliary are today attending the
meeting of Valley District Number
One of the Western Texas Presby
terlal in Harlingen. Fourteen Aux
iliaries of the Valley are represent
Mrs. George M. Smith of Browns
ville is the district chairman and
will preside dumg the all-day ses
sion. Mrs. H. W. Hamilton, of
Cotulla, president of the Presbyte
rial. Is to be the principal speaker.
A number of timely addresses and
musical numbers are included on
• • •
Mrs. Heaner Hostess
To Bridge Club
Mrs. W. E. Heaner entertained
the W'ednesday Tournament bridge
club at her home, two tables of play
ers enjoying the afternoon.
Mrs. C. V. Hamilton and Mrs.
Burt Hinkley. Jr., won attractive
prizes for club members, and Mrs.
Kathleen Sikes received the guest
An ice course was served follow
ing the games. The club is to meet
next week with Mrs. Hamilton.
Country Club Dance
Southbound Shufflers orchestra
will play for the regular scheduled
country club dance Saturday night.
The affair is to be informal.
• • •
‘Senior Dav* For
Senior high school students are
celebrating senior day." a holiday
having been granted by school au
thorities fvr the occasion.
A golf match on the miniature
course near the Terrace was the
morning’s entertainment, and this
afternoon, the students will go to
Boca Chlca for barbecue, swimming
and other entertainment.
• • •*
San Benito Boy
Spring election of new members
has been announced by Scribblers,
honorary writing society at the Uni
versity of Texas, as follows: Dorothy
Rose of Dallas. Jeta McCoy of Tem
ple. Ailine Burch of Breckenridge,
Malcolm Forsman of San Benito.
Rhea Smith of Dallas and Edward
Barlow of Austin.
Scribblers bases its election on
the literary merit of the writing done
by the prospective members.
• • •
1 Comings, Goings
Miss Annie Tucker. Junior college
teacher, is resting easily at Mercy
hospital following an operation for
appendicitis yesterday morning.
Mrs. Wallace Harwood was a visi
tor in San Benito Thursday.
Mrs. Dan Forbes and Mrs. R. G.
Watson delightfully entertained on
Friday afternoon at the former's
home with sixteen tables of bridge, j
A color scheme of purple and
white was carried out In the decora
tions of beautiful spring flowers.
Prizes were awarded to Mesdames
Bauerman. Stone. Brower and Brit
tain. Refreshments were served
after the games.
The Twentieth Century club held
their regular Business meeting for
the year with the president. Mrs
H. T. Anderson on Thursday with
fifteen members present.
The club regretted very much at
this meeting to receive resigna
tions of Mrs. Pollard of Mercedes,
who is moving to Falfurrlas in the
near future and of Mrs. J. R
Adams. Reports of the officers
and committees for the year were
Mrs. J. L. Hargrove was the lead
er for a program on Southern fic
tion. with papers contributed by
Mrs. Roach and Mrs. Kleffer. Mrs.
Moore gave two violin selections of
southern music, with Mrs. Todd ac
companying her on the piano.
Delicious refreshments were serv
• • •
Miss Martha Elinor Watson and
Miss Mary Virginia Flynt enter
tained 17 of their little frtenas on
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Watson.
Contests were enjoyed through
out the afternoon, after which re
freshments were served.
* • •
INITIAL MEET OF
NEW YEAR HELD
The circles of the Presbyterian
Auxiliary held their first meeting
of the new church year with the
circle leaders on Tuesday. Circle
One meeting with Miss Cargaret
Oliver, with eight members pres
Circle Two met with Mrs. T. T.
The Rio Grande Co.
Flynt with twelve member* present.
Great Interest la being manifest
ed In the women's work In the
church and it Is hoped many things
may be accomplished this year.
• • •
Walter Keevtl of Kansas City
spent the week-end in the home of
his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Frazier. Other guests for
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. R. Hall
and daughter of Harlingen.
Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Knight were
among those who attended the
Brownsville District Methodist con
ference in McAllen Wednesday and
Misses Lifflen of Edinburg was a
guest of Mrs. C. E. Craig during
the Easter season.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Deyo visited
their children In Brownsville over
the Easter holidays.
Rev. Bostrom of Chicago, who
has been holding special meetings
in the High School building during
the past two weeks, closed tfve meet
ing on Sunday evening to begin a
series of meetings in Des Moines,
Fla , the coming week.
C. E. Craig has returned from a
trip to Corpus Christl*
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Archer were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deyo
in Mercedes over the week-end.
Mrs. W A. Comp was guest of
her daughter. Mrs. V. Milton in 8an
Benito for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Strater and
family, were Easter guests of Mrs.
Miss Mary Ulrich spent the week
end visiting friends In Donna.
Saturday evening, a swimming
party and picnic supper was given
by Misses Dorothea and Catherine
Rigler. honoring their house guest.
Miss Moncreath of Brownsville.
Guests of the evening were: Miss
es Aldea Lambert and Ailene Tay
lor of Mission, Leona Weisman,
Bernice Hansen. Margaret. Doro
thea and Catherine Rigler and the
honoree, Miss Moncreath.
• • •
The members of the Home Dem
onstration club met at the home of
Mrs. L. L. Tryon. last week with
eighteen members and five guests
present. The rooms were artistic
ally decorated with the colors of
Mrs. George Jones. Sr acted as
assistant hostess. Mrs. Leo Mar
cell was appointed delegate to at
tend the council meeting at Mc
Allen. May 3 and Mesdames Tryon
and Goble were appointed on the
program committee for the ‘Texas
Day Meeting** to be held at the
home of Mrs. Jack Gray, May 2.
After the business meeting. Mrs.
Ringgold gave a wry instructive
demonstration in Italian hemstitch
ing and displayed many beautiful
pieces of fancy work of modem
At the close of the meeting the
hostesses served a plate lunch to
the members and the following
guests: Mesdames Ellis of Shary
land. Hilbum. Hansen. Newport
and Rhoades of North Mission.
• • •
CLUB PLANS TO
The members of the Sharvland
club met Tuesday, at the home of
Mrs James Miller of McAllen. A
short business session was con
ducted. Plans were made for en
tering a float at the Agricultural
pageant to be given by the clubs
of Hidalgo county. Friday evening
at the Athletic park of McAllen.
The Sharvland float will represent
the opening of the first school at
A. <fc M. with six students present.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. I. O. Bushev, Wed
nesday, May 14. As the Valiey Fed
eration meet* at Mercedes, Tues
day, May 13, the date of meeting
At this meeting, Judges will
choose the articles to be entered at
the encampment meeting. At the
close of the meeting, the hostess
served a delicious plate lunch.
9 9 9
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Welsman and
children of Kingsville spent the
week-end at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Welsman.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wallace and
Mrs. R W. Rhoades motored to
Joe Pierce of Vernon, arrived
Sunday to spend some time at his
home on Taylor Boulevard.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Thorpe, who
motored to Missouri Valley, Iowa
returned to their home, Friday.
Mrs. Oscar Parks left Saturday
for Missouri Valley. Iowa, to be at
the bedside of her sister who 1s
L. G. Starks of San Antonio was
a Sunday guest at the home of
Mr. Claude Hid bum.
Mrs. Dan Moody and daughter
Dianne of Harlingen are spending
a few days at the home of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Willard Fer
Miss Kellom Mancreath of
Brownsville, was a week-end guest
at the home of Misses Dorothea
and Catherine Rlgler.
Wilfard Motes of Houston was a
Sunday guest at the home of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Moore, who
have been spending a few weeks
visiting relatives In Oklahoma, re
turned to their home. Thursday.
Mrs. F. Ozanne, who has been
the guest of her daughter. Mrs.
Edward Weisharr during the win
ter, returned to her home in Farm
er. South Dakota, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gray and
daughter Dorothy were guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Townsend of Mercedes, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Gray were
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. B. Stalling of Sebastian.
Mrs. George Holliday has gone
to San Antonio.
PRAYER BAND MEETS
AT CRAWFORD HOME
The 2nd Timothy 2:1 Prayer Band
held it* regular meeting Tuesday
morning at the home of Mrs. John
Crawford with eight members pres
A very inspirational study of the
fifth chapter of Romans was con
ducted by Mrs. M. A. McVicker.
The meeting will be held next
week at the home of Mrs. C. H.
Cotton with the study of the sixth
1 chapter of Romans.
• • •
Members of the Altar Society of
the Catholic church held their reg
ular meeting Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs. J. J. Nicholson.
Preparations are being made for
a festival which is to be held May
10 and 11, at the church.
* • •
The Senior class of Weslaco high
school entertained with a swimming
party for the Juniors Tuesday night
at Crystal Waters at Mission.
After the swim refreshments were
served to approximately sixty per
sons induing the chaperons.
• • •
Employes of the J. C. Penney store
in Weslaco enjoyed a picnic Tues
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WHAT’S ALL THE HURRY?
We’re going to the sale of sales at the
INTERNATIONAL SHOE STORE
You’d better join us
(See Sunday’s Herald for further announcement)
dar evening at the Progreso lake.
Those with their families enjoy
ing the occasion were Messrs, and
Mesdames laid Clarke, Chas. Diggs,
C. E. Loop, Donaldson. Sewell. Ca
vazos, Mrs. Jessie Smith and Miss
• • •
Miss Lucille Ratliff spent ttie
week-end with friends at Progreso.
Mrs. Shelby Livingstone of Semi
nole, Oklahoma, who has been stop
ping at the Cortes hotel for six
months left Wednesday /or her home
with Mr. Livingstone, who arrived
a week ago. They will return next
N. A. Palma tery of Detroit. Mich.,
is here looking over his purchase at
Mrs. Charles Adams and Mvs. T.
A. Mauck spent Tuesday in Browns
Richard H. Smith arrived here
this week from California and win
make his home here.
John Lake Couch returned the
first of the week from a visit at
Austin and Junction.
SENIOR PARTY AT
Friday evening a number of the
high school seniors and their friends
were entertained at the home of
Lillian Bucy near Willamar with a
party in their honor.
Those present were Alleene Curry.
Tommie Baker. Jeraldine Richmond,
Dorothy Marsh. Sara Fay Wheeler,
Hazel Reeves, Winnie Holstun. Rod
Marsh, Kermlt Lindahl, Beatty
McCharen, Flossie Lynn and Mr.
and Mrs. H. V. Standley.
The evening was spent in playing
bridge, bunco and dancing. A wel
ner roast was also diversion for the
evening. Refreshments were served
at a late hour. The girls remained
as guests at a slumber party.
• • •
Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. H. Jam
eson enter wined the Little Bridge
club at her home on West Rodrig
Mrs. H. E. Tomme won the high
score prize, a handkerchief. Re
freshments were served at the close
of the games.
Traffic on Capitol
Grounds Is Vexing
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teuton at the legislature to remedy
lie traffic situation Involving the
irlvewaye of the capltol grounds.
Action was urged at the last aes
ilcm but nothing definite ever was
The main north and south drives
at the capital rapidly are becom
ing main thoroughfare* and several
legislator* have declared some kind
of regulatory measure* should be
enacted. Under the present situation
vehicles of all nature may use the
one week... and you'll
never go back to ordinary
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That man mnst have
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