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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, October 09, 1930, Image 4

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Gamma XI Hostesses
At Bridge Wednesday
A merry crowd of college students made up the personnel at a bridge
fiarty held by the Gamma Xi sorority at Ye Olde College Inn on Wednes-1
day evening.
Twelve tables of players participated, ten tables being composed of
students and two of teachers. High score among the girls was awarded
to Miss Dorothy More, and to Fritz,
Ball amon^ tie men.
Ice cream and cake were served
to the party.
• • •
Club Twelve
Plays Brisca
Misses Vivian and Lilia Junco were
joint hostesses to the Club Twelve
on Tuesday evening at. their home
on 8t Charles. Brisca was the fav
ored game for the evening. Miss
Rosita Hinojosa winning the high
prize and Miss Frances Cantu low.
At a late hour refreshments were
served to the following Misses Mar
ia Cantu. Amanda Cavazos. Martina
Recio, Aurora Blake. Lucila Perez,
Romans Cavazos. Frances Cantu.
Lucile Champion. Olga Blake and
Rc.sita Champion.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Miss Aurora Blake.
« • • •
Sixth Grade
Wins Prize
The grand prize for attendance of
parents at the El Jardin Parent
Teachers association meetings has
been awarded to the sixth grade,
the only room reporting 100 percent
enrollment in the organization The
association now has ninety paid-up
• • •
Eleven Attend
Just-Sew Party
Eleven members, the entire per
sonnel of the Just-Sew club, with
the exception of Mrs W. L Pen
dergraft. who is at Port Isabel, at
tended the meeting of the organi
zation Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
W. B- George was hostess. Fern
and roses made a pretty setting. A
salad course was served during the
afternoon. Mrs. S. C Graham is
to be next hostess.
• • •
Mrs. Bauer
W ins Prize
Mrs. Louis Bauer hald high score
at an informal meeting of the Wed
nesday bridge club this week Mrs.
Harry Hollowell was hostess to the
club, which is now being re-organ
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Sell Culture
Begins Work
The Self Culture club met for its
first regular meeting of the year on
Wednesday, at the home of Mrs M.;
R. Hall. The club began its work
on the study course for the year, I
the subject of which is contempor
ary English and American writers. \
Comings. Goings
Mrs G W Moothart and Mr and
Mrs. W. S Moothart have just re
turned after extended visits In
northern points. Mrs. G. W. Moot- '
hart spent a month with her daugh- j
ter. Mrs. B M Brittain in Amarillo,
and also spent a week in Dallas.
Mr and Mrs W. 8 Moothart have
been guests of Mrs Moothart s par
ents in Miami. Okla
Robin Pate is in Austin on a busi
ness trip.
Mr and Mrs Thomas E Cook.
Jr . of Dallas, are visiting in Browns
ville this week, guests of Mrs. Vol
ney W. Taylor and Mrs. Jesse Den
Mr and Mrs. Pedro Chapa and
Mrs. Margaret McAllen Fairbanks
have returned from a business trip
to Laredo.
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Mrs. Grace Richey Clarke
of Edinburgh will display
Hand-woven Suit Ensem
bles and other articles at
SHOP, on Levee Street,
Brownsville. Friday, Oct.
10th. 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
b ~ j
Valley Y. W.
Board Meeting
Called Friday
The fall Valley-wide memfjership
meeting of the Y. W C A. has been
called for Friday morning in Mer
I cedes. All members of the executive
I boards and everyone else Interested
in Y W C A work is invited to
attend the business session v^hich
I opens at 11 a m . and the luncheon
I following
Miss Elizabeth Allen, Valley sec
retary. and Mrs Florence Hayes, of
Mission, a former district chairman,
who has just returned from New
York, will talk on the work of the
• organization.
Several members of the Browns
ville board are planning to attend,
i including Mrs Geo. M. Smith,
chairman; Mesdames H L. Fitch,
J. H. Greeno. E K. Goodrich. Jack
Rowe. W B Walton and H. L.
Yates. _
The past wreek-end has been
delightfully filled with many parties
and showers honoring Mrs. C.
Ralston who is leaving soo. to
spend this winter in Florida.
Friday noon Mrs. Sam Jones en
tertained with a prettily appointed
luncheon in Mrs. Ralston's honor
Also the honoree was the recipient
of many lovely gifts in the forir
of a unique shower.
Mrs Latham honored Mrs. Ral
ston Sunday evening 1th a tea a
her beautiful home on the lake
Queen’s wreath and roses were it
abundance throughout the house
The pretty decorative "heme w?
artistically carried out in the tabl
accessories and refreshments. Thos
enjoying this hospitality were: Mr
and Mrs. Sam Jones. Mrs. Persh- 1
inton, Mrs. Cotbtll of Blrmlnghan
Dr and Mrs. T H G Cook. Messrs
and Mesdames Cressner. Charley
Collier. Yale McManis of Edinbur?
Mrs. Ralston received many gift'
in the form of a travel shower to
be used on her trip to Florida.
Monday noon Mrs. Eva Cressner
entertained most delightfully with
a luncheon In honor of Mrs. Ral
ston. Another travel shower pres
ented the honoree with many de
lightful gifts
• • •
Circle One of the Presbyterian
church met at the Manse Monda’
afternoon for their regular weekh
meeting Mrs Wortham is the lead
er of this circle and she turned th<
afternoons study over to Mrs. Me
Roberts and Mrs. Sheppherd Thr
eighth and ninth chapter of Ro
mans were taken for the text and
study. Light refreshments were
served Mrs Woods was a ruest of
the circle. It has not been decided
where the next two weeks circle.*
will be held.
• • •
The Weslaco Chapter of the
Rebekahs met with a good attend
ance Monday night. The degree
work was practiced. The regular
business meeting and forms were
gone through with.
A quilt was packed to send to
the Old Folks Home at Ennis. An
other large box was packed to send
to the Orphans home at Corsicana
Thic box Included bath sa. s, bath
powder, perfume, book ends. >wels
and a quilt.
Tentative plans were diccussed
for the Rio Grande Valley Ode1
Fellows and Rebekahs * sociation
which will hold an all dav meetm'
on the first Tuesday in December
as the guests of the Weslaco lodges
There were about twenty-two pres
• • •
Mrs Inez Barkely of Weslaco was
elected president of the Alpha Sig
mas at a meeting the past week
in the Texas College of Arts and
Industries In Kingsville. Other of
ficers elected were: Miss Mildred
Nuckol. Kingsvillle. vice-president.
Miss Mary Elizabeth King. Kings
ville. secretary; Miss Vivian Erard,
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The present active membership
of the sorority includes seventeen
girls in the college. Four o' these
ar„ honorary members, including
Miss Lila Baugh, Dean of women
of the college. Miss Vila B. Hunt
Miss Grace Bailey and liss Carev
• » *
The Senior class of Weslaco high
school will hold a weiner roast
down on the lake Friday night
This is the first get-together gath
ering for the class and a very en
joyable time is expected.
• • •
The Business and Professional
Women met with ‘heir regular
weekly luncheon at the Corte?
banquet room Tuesday. October the
seventh. Mrs Cressner. president,
took charge of the meeting. During
th; luncheon the majority cf the
time was spent in discussine whe
ther or not to sponsor the Girls
Reserve this year as the Lions
Club did last year. They finally
decided to assume this losition.
The plans for the annual Hallo
we'en bail on October the thirty
first were worked out more in de
tail: tickets will soon be sold a:
the various drug stores.
Miss Thalia Mitchell was guest
of the club from the Girl Reserves.
The next meeting will be Tuesday
October the fourteenth at twelve ;
at the Cortez banquet room
• • •
Both circles of the Methodist
church of Weslaco met with a Joint
meetirtg Monday afternoon at the
church at three o^tlock The busi
ness meeting was gone through in
the regular fashion with all the
reports given Mrs. T F Rives had
charge of the devotional and pro
gram study which was taken from
Mathew and Luke concerning the
golden rule.
The main missionary topic was
Home as a school of international
brotherhood: or the home and rare
relationship," There were many
sub-topics and discussions given
Mrs. Sneathen and Mrs. Judson
Friday took charge of this part o'
the program
Next week the two circles will
meet separately. Circle One on
Wednesday and Circle Two on
• • •
Friday afternoon J. A. Emery and
Miss Melba Smith, both young
people of Weslaco. vere quietly
married at the home of the Rev
David E. Moore by the pastor
Only a very few friends were pres
ent among whom were Mr and
Mrs. Stanley Carter. The young
couple left immediately for Point
Isabel for a few days. Returning
couple of days ago they have madr
their home north of Mercedes
where Mr Emery is engaged in the
dairy business with his brother.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Mize of San
Antonio have been house guests of
Mr and Mrs. Ben T. Sanders for
the past week-end. They le't Mon
da. for their home in San Antonio
Miss Mary Lovely was a Sunday
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs Car
rol Early of Donna Miss Love!'
spent the afternoon at ‘heir Mine
and returned to Donna lat: Sunday
| Edcouch
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Misses Marjorie Byrnes. Mary
Margaret Sutohen. Robert Byrnes
and Johnnie Bowe wero hosts and
hostesses at an informal party Sat
urday a» the home of the latter
complimenting Miss Dolores Friere
who is to leave soon for Los An
geles. She is to attend school there
this winter. The home was made
lovely with cut flowers placed in
vantage points Light refreshment?
were served throughout th" eve
The honorec was the recipient
of many pretty gifts from her
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friends. About twenty of the young- :
er set were guests at this affair.
• • •
Mr and Mrs N G. Carter were
dinner guests or Mr and Mrs. S.
B. Bledsoe in Weslaco Sunday.
Mrs. T. C. Hardin returned home
Saturday alter a two ' eeks stay
in Corpus Christi at the hospital.
Mr Mardm had undergone an op
eration for appendicitis. He is im
Rev. T. C. Crowder is holding
services at the Methodist church
every night this week.
Robert Byrnes went to Edinburg *
Sunday to spend this week with
Vernon Hall. They both attend
high school.
Mrs Drew Campbell and Mrs
Eddie Brigger spent Sunday and
Sunday night «with Mrs. H. T
Moore at the Byrnes ranch.
Mrs. Marion Hughes visited Mr
an'4 Mrs. Burton Hughes at th
ranch Monday.
Mrs. J. F. Galloway ar.d so as
Neal and Bruce, of Elsa visited
Mrs. D. Q Squyres Friday
Miss Nora Willmer of Harcili
visited Mrs lea Jennings Sunday
Mrs. W. S Hill Hill spent Mon
day in Weslaco with Mrs Bryar
Mr. and Mrs. V M Sutpher
visited Mr. and Mrs. Wright r
Edinburg Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. J W. Carlson were
in Weslaco Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs F. W Cannon of
La Blanca ’?ere in Edcouch Satur
Mr. and Mrs V. M Sutphcn were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Mc
Kinney of Donna Saturday.
D. Q Squyres and Mr. O Neal
were business callers in Edmburc
Mrs. A J. Stephens and Mrs. ;
Jesse Stephens were in Weslaco
John Guntc: was In Weslaco
About 400 persons from McAllen,
Alamo. Mercedes. Harlingen, and
San Benito gathered here Sunday
at St. Paul's Lutheran church to
aid in giving its annual mission
festival, a yearly celebration and
ceremony on the part of all Lu
theran churches.
Rev, H. Bartling of Mercedes
gave the morning address, while
Rev. H Weideranders of San Be
niio occupied the pulpit as a guest
speakrr in the afternoon Dinner
and supper were served on the
church lawn
IMPRESSIVE t .. i *1f»T
Twenty-three new members of
the McAllen Girl Reserve were in
flated Sunday nr-hr into the or
ganization in ceremonies which
took nlacc at the First Christian
church here Rev. G Layton Mil
ler. pastor of the church, was in
charge cf an interesting program
which was featured bv the candle
light processional in which ail new
Girl Rescues, bearing candles,
marched down the aisles of the
The new members who went
through the initiators’ ritual includ
ed Misses Phyllis Canfield. Gladys
Grim. Helen Rollins. Alta Belle
Britton. Nell Wilson. Sylvia Hard
ing. Nina Lee Gartman. Wane's
Robinson, Ava Mae Weatherford.
Dorothy Moore. Marjorie Williams.
Helen Glouner. Dorothy Gamer
Virginia Booner. Barbara Schmuck.!
Nola Clay. Pate Ehse Gray. Elean- J
c Williams. Anna Mai Wardlow.l
Maurine Zachman. Selma Reyn
olds, Mildred Rich and Engev
Lea veil.
• • •
Word has been received here
from Belton that Miss Florence
Murphy of McAllen was chosen one
of the vice-presidents o* the fresh
man training school of Baylor col
lege for women. I'lss Murphy is
the daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. L
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