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Federation Of Women s Clubs Confab In November; May Visit Valley
Open In Oct
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ice Cream Social
, < Hi We Inodey Eve
W. C T. U.
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UM PRSBNOB Auf »■— Mrs
pragua Brauaudi »*i bosuu Thurs
day t# um Mama Uemoostratioa
dub ftaurures atCKbexs and two
1 tXM(| ten preset.V The aaet:
n railed to orde. by Um
Mrs O C P*«« After •
KMU14 Mrs. K B.-giey
s«* u, airman of the program,
tetoi vSL tw A Teas* P«*i A
I £Vw to M.a Oka Bcaaetoer.
Xea*s Bomm tM gi'*«s by Mr*.
H j .4^1 Rcfreahmenta were
*The omit regular meeting wit
W at UM home Mrs H Lupton.
Mrs O » WaUrr atU be hoslesa
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Mr and Mrs. Augusta Pfeiffer
•ere aursmsad Praia;, etemag at
unaar see home by fnrnda and
r***u*ea. A •hoasrr of useful arti
eke far tre aea home eras pre
■eated la Uie boooreea
Ttmm paean,* 1 acre liesdameo
and Messrs. C Rtagks. ¥ W
C-nase C Chase C . W Pfeiffer.
Peter Vt'.us. Planets BchmJdt,
P C Rxaef. George Lukso. J.
ftajur P Kiel* and son. George
It rets and daughter, Re* W. H
Marshal; and enJdrea, Mrs Au
|at* Itreta and daughter. Mrs J.
A B~*ue and Mrs. Burrus of Ban
Beni,Ml lias Mar Bertmtoi. Miss
AMesmrae Kreu and K O WeiM*.
and Mr and Mis. E- C Kuyrhen
dahi of Baa Briato
m. m m
Mu* M*ry Schaudt tu hostess
j Rsdnasday afternoon to the mem
ii hers at it* Los Presms Altar So
ont Alter the bustorsa meeting
a *ua hoar was enjoyed. Re
lieilmrs’i were served. Mrs.
AMtMta It n wta be hostess at
Mm Best regular meetm*
• • •
As mteresung event for the
camtrsn ass held Saturday after- i
mmsm at the home at Mrs. Win
Suer enurt-tamad honoring Ijtr
! daughter Jan* on her eighth
btrU’Saj A number of garnet were
played. Metres:jaents were served
l» Paul*. Ruby. Jean. Joan and
B.J* J >xe Pederson. Jr Sappe*
ImM. market and Dorothy Bing*
**».. P—iB>" Sunder*. Dorothy
Rtrhey. BihM Bin# lev. Evelyn.
1 Gladys and Lellah Kyle. Luc.le.
Jerry. Richard sad Evelyn Wat
ts* Betty and Caroline Onr. and
Make and Carl Gamtsth of
■pi ppj pppp| ^
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T A iur returned Thursday
fpnat Baa Aston w after* hr has
a*ea the guMR af relattros for the
mat taro a eras Mm Barr will not
tm tmm for tsotarr week
Mi* r.A-aiut Co&as aad ton
Eottrrt and Pranas WaUh of
ikapiti city. B Oak- ar* guests of
Mr and Mm Osawoo
Mi and Mrs. £ W Yates re
tunartf tat fun of Lt *tt from
Ifts1 aid rnaat of iron Mountain.
M-dk and DScfc Cftaat of Minnea^
»*a M.aa are yu Ms of ;aru j*ar
sdita Mr aad Mra E W Chaue
M' aad Mr* 8 D Baker have
as their first Mr Bakers sister
and fasutr Mr aad Mrs. Delaser
Ptoaie* of Bay City
• • •
Mr Odd Mr* Kay Mac tnb en
Mrtoiimd fnonds at or. ic* cream !
*«*. Tharadov ate Mat Tisoae 1
jf*»nt «tnr ||r and Mm. £ r.
Barr and E-mom: i MB«ftr a-id Ed
If AIL AM ADORE&SES
w. c- t vriom
^ ® Palmar «u hoateia
r*“2 k» the w c
T 1’ Rev Dr Hallo® of Brusca,
•die gave the k*'!ary of tht pro
•ere Bel. W H Marshall. Rev A
Art OMal&of of Sar. Be
atid Sheriff Dtor.u of
*—W* DK «*J» th» oraaa
laatjco wU; meet ax u»a h»Msa of
Mr* 2> O. Sioel
MOWR OlTFIT work
RT MRS CXARRRCE DILL
rm* C D-d la wsanuf a fits of
***** *m! taa crepe with deep
** ‘,<n d heife etufton With tH$«
k-re wears a brows straw hat and a
harvsno adfc coat.
(Special to The Herald»
RIO HONDO. Aug. 20—Amid the
pleasant setting of green lawn,
palms and flowers, the Brown
Tract Home Demonstration club
entertained Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Horace John
son on the Brown Tract, the oc
casion being the annual visitors
day. Friends were invited to join
the club in the social meet!, g and
to view the display of the many
clever and beautiful articles of
handiwork of the members.
Mrs. J. F. McCarty, was chair
man in charge of the two large
tables displaying handmade raf
fia hat*, baskets and belts, patch
work quilts, rag rugs and fancy
work which reveal the skill and
artisTy of the members of the
A musical program was arrang
ed. Miss Be ha Brockhaus render
ed a violin sola "Whispering
Hope* was sung by Misses Gladys
Vickers and Alice Wilcox and an
other song was given by Mrs. O. K
Worley of San Benito
At the conclusion of the pro
gram a number of games under
the direction of Mrs. W. Brock
haus and Mrs Horace Johnson
Mrs. R Lang gave an annual re
port on the canning and preserv -
ing activities of the club.
At the conclusion, punch and
cake were served to fifty-four
guests and club members.
• • •
STUDY CLUB OP
Y W. C. A. MEETS
The Y W C. A. study club met
at Ciunpo del Arroyo Friday, this
being the first club session to be
held there s %ce the close of the
summer encampments. Serving as
hostess for the day was Mrs E. M
All papers for the afternoon’s
study topic were on museums of
Trxas Mrs. Mabel Hale gave the
Witte Memorial museum at San
Antonio. A donation to this mu
! seum in Bracken ridge park in
San Antonio was made by A.
Witte of fSS.ooo. S10.000 to be
I used few a collection of pictures
I and the balance to be used for the
handsome bulldmg which now
stands as a memorial to this pro
minent San Antonio doctor.
Mrs H C. Chambers told of the
museum on the campus of the
University of Texas. Mrs. Miriam
Lutcher Stark of Orange donated
a collection valued at half a mil
lion dollars besides $150,000 in cash
few the building to house this col
lection. considered the most dis
tinctive and valuable in the south
Trxas artists are given particular
Mrs. Fred Carpenter s paper
dealt with the Dallas museum
which Is located In the Highland
Park town hall, a Dallas suburb.
This museum Is noted for its valu
able collection of oriental rugs
valued at S750.000 and donated by
James Ballard, prominent art col
lector and manufacturer of St.
Mrs. David Ethertagton told
club members of the museum lo
cated at Fort Worth, noted few its
valuable and unique collection of
articles from the Philippine Is
lands and donated by Major
Joseph C. K:rg.
• • •
An Altar Society of the Catholic
church, the Holy Family church
was organised here this week when
a group of Catholic women of Rio
HmmIo u.d the aurroundlng com
m unity met at the home of Mrs.
The rules were completed with
dates for future meetings of the
aocieiT set for the first Wednes
day In every month.
Officers elected tor the year are
Mrs. Frank McCabe, president;
Mrs T R. Dorsey, secretary, and
Mrs Larry Foelker. treasurer.
Thoae attending were: Mes
dam»s I xrr: Fcel'-er. Walter
Foelker. J Kent. T. R Dorsey
John Bednar. A. Kareira. F
Schafer. O. Gassier and Frank
SPECIAL Sl'NDAT DINNER
| MUNOZ PLACE
CIcmeDte Munox. Prr<p.
Special Mexican Dishes. Taeoa.
Enchiladas. Tamales. Cabrlto and
all kinds of sandstcher. Clean.
Courteous Service ’'hone your
orders In now Rwne 85-W.
SH'4'LD EXPRESS YOUR PERSONALITY
AND HARMONIZE WITH YOL'R CLOTHES
Mrs. Irene Tabler, Luzier Expert
Will Give Without Obligation
A COMPLIMENTARY FACIAL
AND SKIN ANALYSIS
IpHataeM before Sam. and
1 p. ■»-. or all day Sunday
LUZIER SPECIAL FORMULA
otrii thi only snrvrtnt individi alized
rot TK DISCRIMINATING WOMAN
CaR «t fur Fern Fartal R Tour Houm
MERCEDES. Aug. 20—Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Hopkins entertained
with a beach party Tuesday eve
ning in honor of their daughter's
' birthday anniversary, Miss Mury
Motor .ng to Boca Chica a swim
was enjoyed followed by a picnx
Others making up the guest list
were Miss Barbara Todd, Miss
Martha Lee Jones. Filinore Swan
son and Edward Todd.
• • •
, CLUB GUEST
Mrs. Marion Lawler was hostess
to the Thursday afternoon bridge
! dub at her home west of Mer
Miss Betty Welch scored high in
the games, after which a refresh
ment was served. Mrs. B Benton
of Weslaco was a guest for the
• • •
AT VAL VERDE
I The following Mercedes folk
formed the personnel for a swim
and a picnic supper at Val Verde
swimming pool, one evening last
week. Mr and Mrs. C. F. Archer
and Marilyn and Buddie Archer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Deyo anc
daughter. Mary Mane. Mr. anc
Mrs Fred Bernard and sons, Fred
and Roger, all of Mercedes, and
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Archer of Ly
ford, and Mr and Mrs. Roy El
liott of Harlingen.
• • •
, YOUNGER SET
I ENJOYS OUTINO
H L. Scott accompanied a group
of the young set to Boca Chica
Wednesday afternoon for a swim
and picnx supper.
Those maxing up the party were
\lr. Scott s daughters. Betty and
Ivan. Betty Jean Shot well. Dora
Hager, Dorothy Yearwood and
Mary Ana Prothro.
• • •
Mrs. H. Blake Seay. Mrs S. P.
Gardner and Mrs. John Pnelan
were guests of Mrs. Al Parker of
La Feria, this week when she en
tertained at bridge.
Mrs. W E. Tillery has returned
from points in Arkansas, where
she has been visiting relatives for
the past several weeks
U.s& Ophelia Byars of Raymond -
vilie. a member of the Mercedes
school faculty, is enroute home
from an extended tour of Europe,
according to word received by
friends here from New York City.
Miss Byars will visit her sister.
Mrs. C- H Sherrod in Oklahoma
City, before returning to the Val
Mr and Mrs Fred Johnson ana
daughters. Lucille and Catherine,
are spending a two weeks' vacation
Mr and Mrs. E. H. Poteet and
daughter. June, have returned aft
er having spent the summer m
Mrs. Walter Bums has returned
from Ripley, Tennessee, and Pine
<- — to
The in^eiut last step is the arm •
which you take before tbe wor- ]
in your daily contacts.
Finish. . .
.. with the Beauty Creme if yon
waat the perfect completion.
There * nothing like this unique
preparation, it ia ban and powder
combined, and can be applied in
three minutes with the finger
tip*. producing a soft, rrsoetb
£n -h that stay* on at! daw.
The Beauty Creme mutt pert
p>ration. It m the «W twun
rjcg make-up, as water does M
affect it. Rouge and lipitick
blend in with it r.atnraliy. Nn
powder is required but may be
eddei due ng the day id deitred.
» € AUTY* CREME
Bluff, Arkansas, where she has
spent the past two month* visit
lot relatives and friends.
Miss Oilie France* Fuller has
returned to her home in Alice
after a visit here in the George
Breeding home. She was accom
panied home by her hostess. Miss
Matue Lee Breeding, who will visit
m the Fuller home for a while.
Miss Dixie Senterfitt is spending
several weeks in Harlingen, a guest
in the home of her aunt, Mrs.
Miss Sidney Beth Renfro has
i returned to her home in Kings
ville after a visit here with M_ss
i Lets* Galloway.
Miss Barbara Todd and her
brother. Edward Todd, have re
lumed from a summer's visit in
Chicago. Mrs. Todd will return to
the Valley in September.
Mr and Mrs. J. Hopkins were
guests at a dinner bridge thif
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. b. McGw* At La Pphi, la honor
of the weddmg anniversary of the
Mrs. c. XI. Nave has returned
to her home in Galveston after a
■ visit here in the home of her sister
Mrs. W. w. Vann and family.
Mr and Mrs. R. h. Kern' and
*****, Mlaa Mary Lee. have
returned from a week s vacation in
Monterrey and Saltillo, Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. R. r. Kirkpatrick
and children. Jean and Bobbie,
have returned from Riolev tv- -
nessee. where they visited fatL
home of Mr Kirkpatrick s father,
i R- H Kirkpatrick.
Miss Ardath Wright, a ~uest
here in the home of Mr. and Mra
H. E. Sugg for the put two
month*, returned to her home In
Dailu this week. Mira Wright ac
companied Mrs Weller Nethery or
Mission, to Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Day. mem
bers of the Meroed ss school facul
ty. have returned from a four
week* vacation tr.p and visit with I
relatives and friends at Nacog
doches. Lufkin and other pciTis 4 i
Miss A. Zartera is visiting rela
tives and friends In Omaha. Ne
braska. She Is a guest in the home
of her brother. Dr. * O Kadav>
and her sister. Mt* Anna Kadavv. I
Mr. and Mrs. James Barr and
daughter. MJdred E'June. left this
week for Junction and other
points la central Ttxu for a two
weeks vacation visit.
Children's Health Guarded
New York has opened 42 street*
in the most crowded rulghoor
hods of Manhattan and the Bronx,
as children's playgrounds. Reports
throughout the nation show that
children's health and playtime are
being safe-guarded as strenuously
as ever in spite of the economic
situation. Expenditures have not
Mrs Elsie Cobb Wilson, of New
York City, is the first woman in
terior decorator who ever has been
employed to decorate the cabins of
an ocean liner. She has also dec
orated several of the American
embassies. At present she is com
pleting the work of decorating and
furnishing four ships which are
valued at S5.000.000 each.
Unexcelled Permanent Waving
THROUGHOUT THE VALLEY
Any style. Any elfect.
Rmgiette Curls. Rmg
iette Ends Combma
itm Waves. Push
Waves, and all other
styles known to perma
We specialize in permanent wavinf.
and positively stand behind our
Let our emerafore design pour hair, and give yru a nennanent
to suit your Individual type, thus reflecting your personal charm
We Please the Most Discriminating
TTt offer as reference ever 60C ladies of VaEey towns and com
munities who have taken advantage of these unusual price*.
You, too. can afford on*.
ASK THOSE WHO HAVE HAD ONE
COIF WITH TOUR IIAIR CLEAN
Remember omr locations:
a* 14th Street
15th Street Travelers Hotel
YOUR SATISFACTION OUR FIRST CONSIDERATION
Spanish-American Beauty Shops
“Where Beauty Blooms"
Coder the Rif Top
Being: a wardrobe mistress for ele
phants and horses and the nest of
the menagerie as well as lor glitter
ing trapese perform n and eques
triennes to th~ J^b of Mrs. Phyllis
Nelson, wl.o is wardrobe mistress
for Ringling Brothers. B&rnum and
Bailey Circ She has SO seam
streases assisting her In this task
Factory To You,
Now On at Both More*
Come often during this rate
which will last all this
month. Hundreds of Bar
gains offered at low Factory
Soft, fine and fluffy.
50c Value 39c I
I Cocoanut Oil
I lathers qui.-k
I ty into rich
I foam. Pure oils
I tone hair and
I 50c Value '
Keep the body com
fortably dry at all
times. Prevent irrita
tion. Remove after
17c 3 for 50c
A sanitary napkin
that is really
charted to fit. »
35c Value 27c I
Secen Out of Ten Cases of Sickness
are Due to PINCHED NERVES!
Nerves which because of subiuxated or misplaced vertabrae are con
stantly under pressure and robbed of their power to distribute the
vital nerve energy. This energy must be carried to the various organa
If health Is to be maintained.
THE X-RAY SHOWS THE FACTS
and for this reason we use It in every examination, eliminating all
guess wcrk from our analysis Any SICK PERSON who will present
this ad within 7 days will receive a FREE X-RAY EXAMINATION
as the individua. case Indicates. THIS SERVICE IS POSITIVELY
PR EE and may be the means of saving you from years of suffering
If yours is not a case for Chiropractic we will honestly uy so
Georgia B. Ellsworth, Chiropractor
X-Ray Neuroc alometer — Palmer Graduate
Miller Hotel Bldg. — 13th St. entrance Phone 317
After Office Hours Phone 601 — Brownsville, Texas
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