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FINAL CONVENTION
; FLANS MADE
Final plans were effected by the
I Weslaco Business and Professional
Women's Club at their luncheon,
Wednesday, for the club's part in
the entertainment of delegates to
the State Business and Prolession
Womens Convention at Harlingen, i
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Roberta Baker was made
chairman of a committee to see
that the local membership is in at
tendance at the convention, Prac- I
Ucally the entire club planned to
attend the formal opening at the
Municipal Auditorium at*Hariingen, |
Monday night.
The Weslaco club will be respon
sible for entertaining the delegates I
ji from Waco, College Station and
'! Waxahatchie and with Donna, will
y entertain the entire delegation with
a club emblem breakfast at Val
J Verde. Tuesday morning.
& lifts T. G. Cressner. Club pres
et idem, reported that many people
had offered the use of their cars In
f transporting the delegates from
i place to place and had offered
1 flowers. The chamber of commerce
i also is to help with the entertain
»* ment.
If. HOSTESS
4 TO CU B
ft The home of Mrs. H. E. Juergen- !
'■) son was most attractive with a pro
fusion c: shasta daisies on Tuesday
afternoon when she entertained the
Contract Luncheon club members.
High score trophy for the after
noon was awarded Mrs. C. Lester j
Skaggs. Guests of the club were i
Mesdomes J. A .Knapp and Mrs. C
E. Fore.
• • •
LEAVE THURSDAY
ON TRIP
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Allbrltten left
[ Thursday for Cuero. where they
> will visit their daughter, Mrs. R. B.
Hardy and family. From there, they
! will go to Georgetown, where they
* will attend the graduation exer
. clses of Southwestern University
■ where their son, Leo. will graduate
S with a B. A. decree on June 10th.
Mrs. J. W. Allbritten and Leo will
k then go to Crockett, where they will
a visit Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Taylor.
father and mother of Mrs. AJlbrit
1 ton.
I Rev Allbritton will remain In1
a Georgetown for ten days and attend
’ the summer school of Theology, a
school for preachers. He will then
i return in time to fill his pulpit on
Sunday. June 22.
On Sunday, June 8th at the Meth
odist church in Weslaco there will
be held a layman s sendee, conduct
ed by Mr. Bixby and Mr. Cobb of
kk Mission.
| • • •
} PERSftWLS
f OflEthy Hardy, granddaughter of
Rev. Amd Mrs. J. W. Allbritton. re- ■
turned to her home in Cuero Thurs- I
day after a five-weeks visit with
her grandparents in Weslaco.
Miss Norma Van Vliet returned
home Tuesday from Denton, where
she has been a student at C. I. A.
\ Catherine Bolyn of San Antonio
: 1* here to snend the summer with
| her father. Dr. R. T. Bolyn.
Miss Kitty Tisdale underwent an
[ operation for appendicitis at the
| Mercedes hospital Tuesday At the
? last report she was doing nicely.
Mrs. W. M. Robertson, who has
1 been in the Mercedes hosoUal for
♦he past week, returned home Tues
day.
Mrs. Y. P. Yarbrough and two
daughters. Christine and Lilia, re
I turned from Belton and Sai Marcos
1 where they spent several days,
i Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Wimberlv re
turned Tuesday from Houston,
where they have been for the past
few days.
Cecil Stevenson left one dav last
week for transas City and chicaeo
\ on business.
0-,
Mercedes
4 - ■
'l MRS. OWEN HONOR
i GUEST AT MEETING
Mrs. R. H. Kern and Mrs. Lellah
I Lyle were Joint hostesses at the
| regular meeting of the Business
I Women's Evening Circle of the
" Presbyterian Auxiliary at the home
[U of the former on Tuesday evening.
17 Mrs. C. P. Owen, wife of the pas
tor of the local Presbyterian church,
was guest of honor for the occasion
and made a splendid talk, the theme
of which, was the relation of every
individual to the church of which
they are a member. This was the
fiiaMneeting since the organization.
for different activities were
mw? following a lovely supper serv
ed at 7 o’clock.
SA social hour followed.
GROUP ATTENDS
CONVENTION
| A number of Mercedes people
B spent Tuesday in Raymondville
I where they attended the semi-an
I nual convention of the Valley dis
trict association of Odd Fellows and
Rebekahs.
Those attending from Mercedes
were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ward. Mr.
and Mrs O. J. Gunn. Mr. and Mrs.
O. R. Glasscock. Mesdames Eric
Great, Mason, G. A. Hoffman, I.
i Galbreath. Ben Drew, R. Lester and
J C. C. Clayton and Mrs. A. J. Thom- j
! as of Pharr.
*• • •
CHURCH AUXILIARIES
HOLD MEETINGS
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pres
byterian church held their monthly
business session at the church Tues
iday with the president. Mrs. J. N.
Wace, presiding. Mrs. J. Schmitter
feared for the duties of secretary.
$ Sixteen women were in attend
Bance. •
• • •
The Methodist Auxiliary met at
i the church for a business session. ,
Mrs. N. L. Harrington presided
in the absence of the president.
• • •
The Baptist Auxiliary met at the '
home of Mrs. George Morrison. Mrs.
Morrison led the devotional with
i Mrs. Fleet Lentz presiding.
• • •
PiALS
id Mrs. Anthony Van Tuyle
, Dixon, of San Antonio,
a guests of Mf s. Van Tuyle's
frs. W. J. Copeland and
>r the past week. Mr. Van i
■turned home the first of <
the week. Mrs. Van Tuyle and son
will remain for some time.
Miss Louise Galloway left this
week for Kingsville where she will
attend summer school.
Richard Peach has returned to
his home in Chicago after a visit
here with Floyd Sutterly.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison
had for guests this week Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Cooper of San Antonio.
Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Pollard have
moved to their new home in Fal
furrias. Mrs. Pollard and children
are visiting relatives in Lampasas
at present.
Mrs. Leland Matthews and son
have returned from Belton, where
they attended the graduation exer
cises of Mrs. Matthews’ sister, Miss
Yarbrough of Weslaco.
Mrs. E. T. Neil left Sunday for an
extended visit in Menard. Mrs.
Neil has made her home here for the
past two years with her daughter,
Mrs. W. W. De Cell.
Mrs. Ella Todd of San Antonio,
a former resident of Mercedes, spent
the week-end here in the home of
Mrs. A. W. Shouse and Mrs. W. H.
Carlisle.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Stone have
returned from an overland trip to
Houston. They were accompanied1
home by their daughter, Miss
Owena, who has been in school
there during the past term.
Mr. and Mrs Prank King and
grandson. Bill Williamson, of San
tiago, California, are spending two
weeks in the heme of Mr. and Mrs.
L R. Crockett of South Palm Gar
dens. Mrs. King is a cousin of
Mrs Crockett. Mr. and Mrs. Crockett
ard their guests. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Edwards and son and daugh
ter Leroy and Emily, and Mr. and
Mrs. Elbert Crockett and son Rob
er formed a party for a swim at
Oscade pool at McAllen, followed
b:» a picnic lunch, on Friday eve
ning.
Miss Mary Frances Haynes, who
has been attending school at S. M.
U. Dallas, has arrived home for
the summer months which she will
spend in the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Haynes. Miss
I\Iarv Frances has specialized in
kindergarten work for the past two
years. Miss Sara Haynes, who re
ceived her B A degree at S. M. U.
on June 3. and who specialized In
Spanish, is expected home about
the middle of the month. Miss
Havnes will spend five days at the
Kappa Sig fraternity camp in
Freo. Oklahoma. She will also
visit friends in Dallas and Wax
ahachie on her return trip home.
Mrs. John Herndon and daugh
ter Sara Ellen, were guests of Mrs.
3 M Sansom at Santa Maria,
T. esdav afternoon, when Mrs. San
"nrr entertained in honor of her
little daughter's birthday.
Mrs. Ed Olson is leaving this
week for Oklahoma City, where
sKe will spend a month with her
mother, Mrs A. A. Maupln.
Rev. and Mrs. M. H Keen and
two sons. Spruce and Robert, and
daughter. Jay. left Tuesday for a
vacation visit with relatives in
F:oresville and Dallas. While In
Fioresville. they will visit Mrs.
Keen’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.!
Spruce.
Waldon Haynes has returned from
a business trip to San Antonio.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hupp have
fc: their guest, Mrs. Hupp’s brother
William Schupp of Daisetta. Tex
as, who wiT spend the summer in
Mercedes. Mr. Schupp is principal
01 the Daisetta high school.
Perry Shotwell and A. Baum left
this week for St. Louis on a business
t’ip
W. R. Mason and Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes Evans and Mrs. George
Herrin, the latter two. Mrs. Mason's
daughters, and Billie Evans left
this week for a month's visit with
reletives at their former home in
Iowa.
Rio Grande City
TAYLORS LEAVE
POST
Major and Mrs. H. E. Taylor left
Fort Ringgold by motor early Sun
day morning after a stay of two
years during which time Major
Taylor was in command of the Post.
They were escorted outside the
reservation by the mounted officers
and many cars of feminine person-!
nel of the Post.
Major Taylor has been ordered
to the cavalry school at Fort Riley, |
Kansas, and wili report there in
September. From here he and Mrs.
Taylor motored to Fort Brown and
after a few days stay with Colonel
and Mrs. Daniel Van Voohries they
will motor to the west coast where
they expect to sail for Honolulu
for a visit with Major Taylor’s sis
ter.
CAPT. SHOEMAKER HOST
AT BREAKFAST
Captain H. M. Shoemaker was host
for the last of a series of farewell
and Mrs. H. E. Taylor. He enter
tained all of the officers and ladies
of Fort Ringgold at breakfast Sun
day morning Just prior to the de
parture of the Taylors.
His guests were: Capt. and Mrs.
Ralph Lewis. Lt. and Mrs. George
Claussen, Capt and Mrs. Walter
Hamilton, Capt. and Mrs. C. W.
Richmond. Capt. and Airs. Rossiter
Garity. Capt. and Mrs. H. L. Kid
well, Lt. and Mrs. Vf. E. Finnegan.
Lt. E. J. McNally and Capt. Olson.
• • •
BRIDGE-LUNCHEON
GUESTS
Mrs. E. Owen Scott entertained
informally Monday morning hav
ing as her guests for the morning
bridge and luncheon; Mesdames W.
E. Finnegan, Walter Hamilton, H. L.
Kidwell, J. J. Guerra. John Hino
josa. Jr., C. W. Richmond, and
George Claussen.
• • *
DINNER DANCE
HONORS TAYLORS
Honoring Major and Mrs. H. E
Taylor on the eve of their departure
from Fort Ringgold, the officers and
ladies of the garrison entertained
with a dinner-dance at the San
Pedro club.
Farewell talks were the theme of
the occasion for it is with reluctance
I Saturday Is I
| $1.00 Day I
jj GREEN GLASSWARE I
14 OZ. ICED TEAS, « -
Set of 12. ^ 1 *00
3-IN. SALAD PLATES, <g ^ qq
6 ICE TEAS,
6 TUMBLERS,
6 FRUIT JUICES, « -a rw~k
18 Piece.. *1*°°
6 SHERBERTS, « -
6 PLATES..^1 *UO
8-IN. BOWL,
6 SERVICE PLATES, « - nrk
BERRY SET.** 1 *°°
I ALUMINUM WARE I
ELECTRIC OO I
PERCOLATOR.. ^ 1 ^ I
LARGE TEAKETTLE. $^.00 I
LARGE KETTLE £1-00 li
WITH LID.^ JL I
ENAMEL WARE
■ Green Trim Enamel Ket
tles, Dishpans. and Water <g -| OO
Buckets, Each A * |
PANTRY SETS... ...... $ 1 -OO I
BATH ROOM STOOLS $ J .OO |
1 PUTEGNAT
] HARDWARE CO. I
I Phone 195 1106 Elizabeth i
that the official personnel sees Ma
jor and Mrs. Taylor leave.
Among those who were present
were: Capt. and Mrs. Rossiter Gar
lty, Walter Hamilton, Ralph Lewis,
H. L. KlJweU1 C. W. Richmond,,
Capt A. Olsen. Capt. H. M. Shoe
maker. Lt and Mrs. W. E. Finnegan,
Lt E. J. McNally and Lt. and Mrs.
George Claussen.
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KIDWELLS ENTERTAIN
AT FAREWELL AFFAIR
Capt. and Ifrs. H. L. Kidwell en
tertained Friday evening honoring
Major and Mrs. H. E. Taylor.
A profusion of spring flowers
adorned the reception and dining
rooms and the flower theme was
further executed in the table ap
pointments.
For dinner, in addition to the
honorees, Capt. A. Olsen, Capt. H.
M. Shoemaker and Lt. E. J. McNally
were guests and for bridge the fol
lowing Joined the party:
Captain and Mrs. Walter Hamil
ton, Captain and Mrs. C. W. Rich
mond, Captain and Mrs. Rossiter
Garity, Lieutenant and Mrs. W. E.
Finnegan. Lieutenant and Mrs.
George Claussen.
High scores were won by Major
and Mrs. Taylor and they were
awarded the score awards as well
as souvenir gifts.
• • •
SPECIAL MEETINGS
DURING SUMMER
The Woman s Club met Thursday
afternoon in the club rooms with
Mrs. John Hinojoea, Jr., as hostess.
Mrs. J. P. Bass presided over the
business meeting.
The members voted to hold special
meetings during the summer on the
regular club days, three members
to serve as hostesses each time.
Mrs. E. Owen Scott gave a brief
report of the Fifth District meeting
held in Del Rio. Mrs. George B.
Marsh gave a most interesting and
comprehensive talk on Activities of
Texas Women.
This was the last regular meet
ing of the club year.
• • •
STl’ART ALUMNI
RECEPTION
The parents and friends of the
graduates of the Stuart High school;
are planning a home coming re- i
ception Friday night, June 6, for the
alumni of all graduating classes
ever since the school was organized.
The superintendents are also to be
invited by special invitations.
The entire program has not been
completed, but it will consist of
community singing, old time violin
renditions by local talent and other
musical numbers.
The historian of each class will
give a short resume of each mem
ber in his class. Each superinten
dent also will br asked to contri
bute to the entertainment by giv
ing a short talk. There is to be
seven classes represented each hav
ing its class colors.
• • •
CLUB TO DISBAND
FOR SUMMER
Mrs. Rosslter Oarlty entertained
the members of the Ftrt Ringgold
Bridge club Tuesday afternoon.
During the business session over
which Mrs. J. J, Guerra presided,
it was decided to continue the club
activities through June and then
disband for the summer.
Four tables of players were pres
ent with Miss Alicia Solis winner
of high score and Mrs. Garity win
ner of second high.
Sebastian
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lamphier
and son and Mr. and Mrs. Madison
Woods, spent Sunday In Rio Grande
City with relatives.
Miss Mary Alice Batchler left
Sunday for her home in Sulphur
Springs.
Mrs. Maude Borland spent sever
al days last week in Ravmondviile.
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hold
er.
Mrs. Mary Hall of Lyford was an
all-day guest of Mesdames Nancy
Wilson and Jessie Shlrar Sunday.
Mrs. Will Ross and children of
Mission are guests of Mrs. Ross*
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. War
ren.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Bourne and
Miss Ethel Armistead were callers
In Mission Wednesday.
Miss Helen Parr of San Benito
was a week-end guest at the home
of her sister. Mrs. S. P. Nielsen.
Mr and Mrs Fletcher and son,
Maurice and Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Collier left last week for their home
in Shawnee after several weeks
visit with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walgren were
week-end guests of Harlingen
friends. N
Thos. W. Blake of Houston was
a visitor here several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Baume had
as their ali-day guests Wednesday
Mrs. J. R. Sprouse and children.
Arthur and Nelle of San Perlita, F.
M. Sprouse of George West and Miss
Ethel Armstead.
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. JJhonson of
Mission were callers here Wednes
day accompanying Miss Elizabeth
Armistead home, who spent the
early part of the week in Mission.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Slayton
of Brownsville are guests of Mr.
Slayton's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Bourne
spent Sunday In San Perlita with
Mrs. Bournes’ parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Sprouse.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Morris spent
Sunday in San Benito with friends.
Miss Emily Boekhouse of Ray
mondville spent Sunday at the Lon
nie Woods home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Bourne and
children of Santa Rosa were guests
cf Mrs. I. P. Bourne and Miss Marie
Armstrong Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morrow and
children left Thursdr for Cuero to
visit relatives. They were accom
panied as far a? Beeville by Misses
Ethel and Elizabeth Armistead.
rGums Sore^
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I healthy by regular on of Sodiphena f
I 4 Sterilise fake tee* h nightly m diluted I
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BUMS* BABY RACKET
LONDON.- Professional beggars
in South Wales are working a
racket. It appears that they are
renting babies from those who have
them for so much a day. Then
they dress up in old ragged
clothes, smudge up the baby’s face
r. bit and stand oo a corner bet
ping. They glv? the appearance of
being down-and-out workers with
a family and out of a Job.
The first sheet of paper Is stated
to have been made from the bark
of a mulberry tree in the year 75.
attaining more than 90 excel
es—bread, muffins, cakes
r—will be mailed on request
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tcipes have been prepared
for
taking wder
ice for over38 years s
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