OCR Interpretation

Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, February 19, 1933, FINAL SUNDAY EDITION, Image 7

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

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86063730/1933-02-19/ed-2/seq-7/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for SEVEN

Rromnsoitte Club
and Social Activities
Valley Society News
and Events
''Board Meet
Is Held By
Mr* Ralph A. Warden, preaident
of the Young Women a Christian
Association executive board, pre
sided at the meeting held Friday
morning in the chamber of com
merce with practically *11 of the
members in attendance.
The entire group joined in giving
the devotional after which report*
of committees were heard.
Mrs Fay Rockwell reported for
the Girl Reserve* who are consid
ering an tnvitatlbii to hold the
Inter-club council meeting in i
Brownsville The occasion includes
a business session and luncheon
with about 100 girls attending.
Mrs. H D Seago asked for as
sistance for sponsors o! the Blue
Triangle. A report of the called
meeting of the Valley Y W C. A.
board was given by Mrs. “• B.
Creager. It was at that meeting
that the resignation of Miss Eliza
beth Allen, secretary, was announ
The Valley Y W C A is now
without a paid secretary, which will
mean an extra amount of hard
work for women of this district
board The Valiev board is meeting
this drawback cheerfully and hope
fully and is going into next year's
work with an almost phenomina!
a eptlmtatic outlook.
Mrs H L. Yates reported as
chairman of ways and means com
mittee and stated that the sale of
memberships is comfng along very
well. People are standing behind
the Y W C. A in it* endeavor to
hold the association together.
Mrs. Creagei reported a vcrv
good attendant for the bndg"
lesson on Thursday, having several
table* of those Interested in "brush- |
Ing up"’ on contract. She stated
that there is still time for those
who care to join.
The elasees in physical educa- .
tion under Mix. Joe Ingram will
atari Tuesday and will br held on
Tuesdays and Thursdays at ft 30 a.
m in the athletic room over Huk
ley 'a garage.
After a very animated discussion
on further ways and means, the
meeting closed until the next >cs
aion in March.
• • •
Entertains Kricn«U
At An Informal
('otirtcsx Thursday
I OS FRKBN08 Feb. 1*. - Mr
and Mrs. E R Barr entertained
friends at their home Thursday
evening Games were played and
•wards were given Mr and Mrs. '
Rov DeBick. Sophia Frankie and
Bill Billue Refreshments were
• « •
Mrs C W Patterson was hostess 1
Thursday afternoon to the regular
meeting of the Los Fresno* Home
Demonstration chib After the busi- ,
ne.vs meeting a program was given
with Mrs. cieorge L. Qoates. chair- j
man. Roll call was answered with
quotations on Washington The club
•on bv the club: reading by Mrs E.
R Barr; Mrs. J. K. Sideriu*. talk
on the food value of eggs and con
test on Birth Dates of Famous
fieri” were on the program. The
ostess served refreshments.
• • •
Mrs. C. Lynn of McAllen is with
her sister. Mrs Theodore Barr, who
it ill
Mr. and Mrs. .John Bcckenhokit
and little daughter of McAllen
spent Friday visiting in the home
of Mrs. Bcckcnholdt's sister, Mrs.
D. R. Cooper, at 104 Belvedere drive. •
Christian Ladies
To Serve Penny
Supper Wednesday
Large crowds continue to greet :
the ladies of the Central Christian
church on WMnesdav evenings
when they are hosts at a penny
supper in the church dining hall
from 6 to 7:JO o'clock.
Each week a delicious and well
balanced menu is offered in a
tempting manner and includes
salads. meats, vegetables. j»/U
and beverages. Each serving is a
panny and the food is offered ca
feteria style.
The church is located at fourth J
and Levee streets. The ladies invite
Brownsville residents and visitors
• • •
Colonial Tea
Tor D. A. R.
Tlie San Benito members ol the
Lieut. Thomas Barlow chapter of
the Daughters ot the American
Revolution were the gracious hos
tesses at a colonial tea given Wed
nesday Htternoon at the home ot
Mrs. C. S. Pugsley, complimentuig
the chapter members and their
guests. About 50 attended the tea.
which has tor several years be
come an annual affair in the chap- !
ter, and this was a most pleasing
The hostesses as well as many ot
the guests were attired in colonial
dress, some of them real relic* of
great grandmothers day. The
coatuinc of Mrs. Walter Swarner
of Mercedes had come down sev
eral generations and was especial
ly quaint. She might nave step
ped from a portrait on the wall, as
she so truly looked the part of a
colonial dame.
The large reception room suite
was decorated in old fashioned
flowers, but the chief ornament
was a huge wood fire on the
hearth of a fireplace at one end ot
the room.
Mrs. B M Freudenstein. regent,
conducted a short business session
and delegates were elected to rep
resent the chapter at the state
conference which convenes at Min
eral Wells in April. Mrs. Walter
Weaver ol Donna and Mrs. Freud
enstein will attend as state chair
A short, entertaining program
included a clever song and dance
number by miniature George and
Martha. Jack Sandmeyer, Jack
Butts. Mary Alice Bohmer and
Jean Tedlie, accompanied at the
piano by H. Springfield, supervisor
oi music In live San Benito schools.
Mr. Springfield also gave a piano
solo. Mesdames E. F. Brady, J. D.
Ward and Miss Maude Nosier, unu
accompanied. gave a group of
songs. "Annie Laurie." •Sinning
Through." and "A Tree."
The guests were invited to the
dining room, where they were serv
ed coffee, dainty sweets and iaad>
w.ches. Mrs. William Gilbert pre
sided at the coffee urn. The table
was beautiful with a lace cloth and
silver appointments.
The hostesses were Mesdames C.
S Pugsley. C. M Cash. Ned Riggs
by, Robert Turpin. Stanley Dodds,
dco. Toolan. Wm Gilbert, N S
Morrger and Mies Helen Lee
Those attending from Browns
ville were Mrs. B M. Freuden
stein. Mrs. Herbert Davenport and
a guest. Mrs. Lovelace.
• • •
Mrs. Lee James has returned
from a brief visit with friends in
San Antonio.
• • •
Mrs. Helen Bairare of Los An
geles. Calif.. has arrived in Browns
ville and plana to make her hMM
Japci^sr Krnvnvw
. . fl 25 and SI 50
. . . New!
Bcllack's Uagc Hats ...
with all the chic that us
Paris . . . and the econo
my tor wntch we are
noted . . . vou can be as
'ined you re lashion—
In Mercedes
'Special to The Herald)
Donley had charge of the program
at the meeting of the Delphian club
the study centering on “Greek 1
Myths*'. Assisting were Mrs. H. E
Hager, who talked on “Gods of the
Fruitful Earth'*; Mrs. R H. Austin
whose topic was “Poseidon and the
Creatures of the Sea”; Deaconess
Lucile Bickford, who ai«\’ssed the
first six labors of Hercules and Mrs
Perry Perkins, who discussed the
remaining labors of Hercules.
Mrs. Donley talked on * Deities of
the Wind " Mrs. John McLennan of
Donna, became a member.
• • •
Miss Mary Bowes, a guest h^re
Ir. the home of Mr and Mrs. A. J
Brower for the past several months,
was named honoree at an afternoon
bridge party prior to her deimrture
for her home In Glencoe. Illinois,
by her hostess.
First and second high score
awards were made to Mrs. Waldon
Greenlee and Mrs Art Tolson Miss
Bowes received a pretty favor A
salad course was served after the
games. Others present were Mrs
Harold Stuart. Mrs. H C. Dguglas.
Mrs F Olson. Mrs Henry Lauder
dale. Miss Sara Haynes
• •
Mrs Shelly Collier entertained a
group of little folk Tuesday with a
Valentine party in honor of her
little son. Shelly, Jr The morning
hours were spent plavine games on
the lawn. At one o'clock all were
invited to the dining room where
luncheon was served The table was
centered with red heart*, lighted
tapers and Valentine favors
Guests were Margaret Copeland.
Peggy Johnson. Fffie Tean Tolson.
Patricia Ebling. Laura Nell Lauder
dale Bobbie Kirkpatrick and Jackie
and Jimmie Henshaw.
• • •
Red and white made an attract
ive color scheme Tuesday w hen Mias
Martha Yearwood was hostess to a
number of friends at afternoon
bridge Table accessories featured
hearts and miniature Valentines
Miss Mary Lee Kern scored high
in the games Guests were Misses
Kern. Pearl Wheeler of Hempstead.
Ernanyn Johnson. Osie McNeil. Vir
ginia Winn. Vera Bary and Mrs.
Forney Arnold and Mrs. Bill Daily.
• • •
A buffet supper, followed bv
dancing, was enjoyed bv a number
o? young folk one evening last week
in the home of Mr and Mrs. O E.
Jones, with their daughter. Miss
Martha Lee Jones, as hostess.
Guests were Misses Velma Jane
Colley. Mary Elizabeth McNeil Ann
Ferguson. Lynne Cross Helen
Drefke and Me> rs Pat Mitchell.
Hoyt Hager. John Ohls Stanley
Etnire. Donald Barton. Don Mur
ray. FYed Ohla and Randolph An-1
• • •
Mrs. Lucy McKee of Ban Antonio,
a guest in the home of Mrs 6 H.
Collier, was named honoree at a
one o'clock luncheon by her hostess,
a few days ago. Suggestions of the
Valentine season were seen in the
dainty decorations. High score hon
ors went To Mrs. John Jones of
Edinburg, with a guest prise for
Mrs. McKee.
Others present were Mrs W. W
Collier of Pharr. Mrs. G C. Sorrick 1
of Edinburg. Mrs. William Coe of
Stuart Place. Mrs D. W. Olasecock
and Mrs. Oeorge Breeding
• • •
Mrs. Tom Murray entertained the
members of her Sunday school
class, the Christian Workers, at her
one evening laat week. The evening
was spent in playing games and
roasting weiners and marshmallows
on the hearth fire.
Present were Misses Lillian Kve
ton. Faye Meyers. Margaret Green.
Ruth Taylor. Sue Ella Newton.
Irene Gross and Messrs Paul Law.
Oliver Harrison. Mike Byms. Ben
nie Gross. Bernard Galbreath and
Cowan Green.
• • •
The opera “Louise'' was studied
at the meeting of the Music club
at the high school music room The
nature and origin of the opera was
portrayed m a paper read by Mrs.
John Speitigue. Mrs. Coleman Fikes
told the story of the opera, folio w'
ed by vocal numbers by Mrs.
George Carnes and Mrs W. H
Carlisle Mrs. John Ashton gate
several piano selections.
• • •
Wednesday afternoon a number
of friends of Mrs. W. D Uecker
gathered at her home for a sur
prise party in honor of her birth
day anniversary. Tlte guests brought
dainty things to eat. Those making
up the party indue* « Mesd ties
Jacob Fossler. Sr. Oeo.gc Bor^dt.
Paul Law, Henry Mann. F A Bor
chelt. M. Sclauch. C. C. Schwartz.
Harry Peters. D. Millikm. Miss Ma
mie White and Miss Ruth Gay.
I Club Kntcrtaiiib
At Dance Saturday
Muss Itose Sehmellng was hostess
Friday afternoon to Triple X Exit
i club members and one guest. Miss
Jennie Putegnat several games of
bridge and othei table games were
: enjoyed during the afternoon, trap*
1 hies being awarded Alice Pitch,
f Maxine Rockwell. Georgine Mon
roe. Evelyn Ann Hamilton and Tncz
Other members present and to
whem delicious refreshments were
'•rrved included Pampy Haddu.
Jane Richardson. Dorothy Crowe
Lronorr and Lydia Yturria. Jose
phine Taylor and Jennie Putegnat.
The club was to entertain it a
dance Snturdav night in the home
j of Miss Hadden.
Hostess this Friday will be Doro
thv Crowe.
Spanish Club
Of Harlingen
Has Banquet
<8poeial to The Herald >
C. Dilg was hostess Thursday
aflernoou at a meeting of the
Bunco club of the St. Paul's Lu
theran church. The rooms were
decorated with red roses and sweet
In the games. Mrs. Kirt Nau
man. Miss Katherine Shlutis and
Mrs. A. Abenidorfcr were first,
second and low score winners A
refreshment course of heart shap
ed sandwiches, cookies and col lee
was served.
Guests were Dr. and Mrs. G.
Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Denzel, Mrs. P Hauber. and Mis
Emma Keller. Chicago. Mrs S. D
Pickwud, St. Louis; Mrs. George
Meissner and Miss Mary k owner.
Saginaw, Mich.; Mrs. Charles
Bowman and Mrs. M. M Morrlscy.
San Benito; Mrs. E. W. Button,
Mrs. W H. Kteschnick. Mrs. Henry
Kloeppuig. Mrs. Walter Reuter.
Mrs. Dan Kloeppuig. Mrs. John
Messman. Mrs. H. P Huntley. Mrs.
P K. Klocpping. Mrs. Kirt Hau
man. Mrs. Hugo Hingst. Miss Al
berta Hauntley. Miss Anna Schu
macher. Mrs. Arnold Oberjirfer.
Mrs. AiJred Swanaon. Mrs H.
Fngelbrecht and Miss Katherine
• • •
The Spanish club rntertained
h* » banquet. Friday night at the
high school cafeteria, one of the
most clever social functions of the
week. The dining hall, where a
four course Mexican supper wps
serveo. was adorned with flowers
and potted plants.
Places wer*- marked with min
iature Mexican paper hats and the
table devolutions of Mexican fi
gures also emphasized the theme
Guests received favors of paper
hat a and fortunes wrapped in red
and green.
A program carrying out the
Spanish theme was opened with
the song. Ramona", sung by the
club. Miss Beatrice Alvarez and
Miss Lupe Rendon gave a tango
dance, accompanied by Miss Maria
Other numbers were "La Palo
ma * sung by the club; Mexican
songs, sung by Cresale Mae Eaci>
and Lois Chaudoin. accompanied
by Maria Alvarez; song. "La Gol
em drlna" by the club, and the club
The program was arranged by
Virginia tassel, chairman, assist
ed by Loretta Donatio and Creaeie
Mae Eads. Laura Shaw, assisted by
Doris Thompson. Christine Grant
Theater Party
At The
Thursday Afternoon February 23
The management of the J. C. Penney C o. in Brownsville is
arranging a complimentary Spring Style Review and Theater
Party at the ( apitol Thursday afternoon. Living models will
display the new modes in feminine wear as vvo'l as giving the
women of this section an opportunity to enjoy the “Rillion
Dollar Scandal” and other talkie features as a guest of the
J. C. Penney Co.
Two Shows—1:30 and 3:30
Because of the great crowds this event will bring, arrange
ments have been made with the Capitol theater management
to give two presentations—one at 1:30 and the other at 3:30.
The free tickets will be available only between 9 A. M. and
12 noon on Thursday. Positively no tickets issued after 12
o’c lock noon. You must come to the store in person to obtain
end Edna Ball, had charge of de
Guests were Mis* Cormie Ver
ier. sponsor of the club. Mr and
Mr*. J. P. Buck. Mrs. Edna Neigh
bors. Olivia Lozano. Loretta Do
raho, Lois Ghaudoin. fclva Ball.
Virginia Cas*el. Laura Shaw. Vel
ma Massey. Dora Lozano. Chiquila
Mitchell. Beatrice Alvarez. Cressie
Mae Eads. Melvin Levy. Ailcen
Moore. Dons Thompson. Annie
Stockton, Lupc Rendon. Yolanda
Lozano, Rudy Gruencai and Maria
• • •
Tliur.sdav Sew in*•
Club And Guest
Are Entertained
Mrs. Don Anderson entertained
the Thursday Sewing elub last we*k.
members Hnd one guest. Mrs H^icn
Barrare of Los Angeles. Calif., en
joying the informal hospitality.
Needlework and conversation
were diversion for the afternoon,
the hostess serving delicious pie and
collet' during the tea hour.
Mrs. Chari Burton will be hos
tess this week.
• • •
Mrs. Margaret McAllen Fair
banks. Mrs. M R. Rhode and little
Misses Mary Margaret. Chape and
vanned Marku&on. are spending the
week end at the McAllen ranch
north of Edinburg.
Y. W. C. A.
Physical Ed
Whether you are thin or fat.
tall or short, don't worry anymore,
lor the Young Women's Christian
Association of this city has ar
ranged to hold physical education
classes under the exoert direction
of Mrs. Joe Ingram on Tuesdays
and Thursday* at 9:30 a. tn. in the
atXetic room over Hinkle\'s gar
age. beginning this week.
A membership ill the Y \\ C. A
entitles the holder to the six lessons !
which are to be started Tuesday
Mrs. Ingram will direct spec, a 1
exercises for those desiring to j. ain
weight or these wishing to io.,c a
few of those surplus pounds which
will come as we yield to the tempt
ation of eating too much and tor
get about proper exercise needed
by everyone.
In addition to the above there
are numerous other health giving I
exercises and those who Je<ire
more information concerning the
i classes may call Mrs Ingram
Business girls who are unable to
come to the morning classes are
! urged to get In touch with her with
11 ip possibility that an evening class
ought be arranged.
At th* conclusion of the six les
son*. tf there arc some who cart
to continue, they may talk with
the director concerning it.
Visitors are also invited to at
The hall Is large and roomy and
in an ideal location for clasMa of
tins type. lira. Ingram alao asks
that those who attend either brtnf
a gym suit or a bathing suit as the
proper dress (or the exercise®.
Memberships in the Y. W. C. A.
may be obtained by calling Mrs. M.
L. Yates
• • •
Mi>> I hidden Is
Club Hostess
Miss P» eg' Sorrell was winner of
high score trophv in the bridge
games played Friday evening when
Miss Carcv Hadden was hostess to
B I,. C. club members A patriotic
motif was carried out In the table
appointments and flowers.
The hr ste.M- served a dessert course
to right guest*. Miss Mary Lula
Owen.* sill be hostess this Friday.
• • •
Mr.'. Jack Clement of Thorndaie
and Mrs. Ruth Haelbig of San An
tonio arrive in San Benito Friday
afternoon for a visit with the for
mer's daughter. Mias Jack Cle
ment teacher In the San Beutto
schools. _
From The Los Angeles Markets
See Our Marvelous Showing Of
California's Latest
Spring and Summer Sensations
The Very Latest Fashions —
The Very Newest Colors —•
Every garment has hern
personally selPcled by
Mrs Ramming and
Ihev are especially
adapted for our Valley
All the newest fabrics,
voiles. Irish Linen,
handkerchief linen, or
gandies. Batiste to
Chilians, ruff crepes,
metlacea. prints and
novelty weave*.
Priced to Fit
Any Purse
Exquisite styles in the feminine puff sleeves lace trimmings and form
fitting bias skirts to Ihe extremely tailored modes suggesting the man
nish type of garment with bats to suit each style. Glance at our range
of prices above. The Most Exceptional Bargains Ever Offered.
Coats As Gay And New As Spring
White and gray coats for spring
—Gray U the dominating color
with white being a close second.
These coats have the unusual
sleeve treatment, featuring leg
of mutton sleeves, drop shoulder
yoke. In swagger and full length
styles of Camels Hair, Polo Cloth,
Basket Weaves, Tweeds and
Flannels. FTiced from
Hats With Parisian Dash
Hats with Parisian dash—Featuring H 11 ibuntls. Baku,
Alilanic, Baby Pedaline and Torino Straws in white and
) pastel shades with gorgeous trimmings in contrasting
combinations. Priced at—
$1.95 - $2.95 - $3.95 - $5 - $8.50 and $10
You Are Cordially Invited to Inspect This Marvelous
Display of Spring and Summer Merchandise
Southeast Corner of Jackson and First

xml | txt