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• and Social Activities
PHONE NUMBER C A P T tf T V/’ PHONE NUMBER
SEVEN O V/ V^/ 1 Lj 1 X SEVEN
Valley Socie
and Even
Committees
Announced At
Club Meeting
Special to The Herald)
MISSION. April 1.—The Mission
Music club met last week at the
home of Mrs. L. B Ash on North
Lamita with Mrs. Carpenter as as
sistant hostess.
The incoming president, Mrs. Ar
nold Shary, announced the commit
tee for the next club year In or
der that the new officers and work
ers may become familiarized with
their work, before the club season
close*.
Mrs. M W. Boger was voted in
to membership in the club.
Nineteen members answered roll
call with Items of interest from the
musical world. Mrs. H C. MilU'r.
substituting ior Mrs. Earl Stewart
as leader for the day. presented a
lesson on “Music of Austria.'' Her
paper was 1 lostrated by the follow
ing numbers:
Reading. The Victor of Moren
go’—Mu* Dorothy Miller.
Solo, “Drink to Me Only With
Thine Eyes '—Mrs Lee Truitt.
Duet Schuberts Serenade—Mis.
3 L Hardin and Mrs. C. E. Storms.
Solo “What of Sylvia.” by Schu
rrt—Mrs Lee Truitt.
Piano aolo. “Blue Danube Waltz"
Strauss Mrs. Arnold Shary
violin solos, (a) “Lieberlied.'* by
Kreisler and ib> ' Souvenler" by
Drdla played bv Mrs G F. Donald.
Austrian National Hymn—sung by
the club.
At the close of the program,
members and guest* enjoved a tea
and social hour.
Guests present were Miss Dor- j
othy Miller and MesdaT.es C S
Higgins. W. R. Parrish. E R Pea
ver. and L H Smith.
a m a
The Business and Profession *1
women's dub will have a benefit
bridge Monday afternoon at 3 o
dock and Monday night at. 8 o'clock
at the home of Mrs O V. Bridges
at 130ft Lomita Avenue
Prues will be donated by the
merchants of Mission.
• • v
Grady Walker, son of Mr. and
Mrs W A Walker of thi* dty, his
made an enviable record at Sch
reiner m Kerrolle this year He
made the honor roll practically the
entire year and he also won sec
ond in the district meet at Fort
Worth, with a 11 1-2 foot record.
• • •
Mr* Joe Price was licete** to
the Delta Study dub Tuesday aifer
noon March 28 with the members
answering roll call with current
events.
Mrs Ray Godwin gave. "The Win
ning of the West" by Theodore s
Roosevelt. Mrs Oscar Perkins fol- *
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New shoes Jot Easter are a
necessity and where could
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Oxford
A clever oxlprd in white and
corajon reasonably priced—
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be found he*.
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THERE’S NO BREAK HERE
Irate wives can now throw plates at their husbands, with no harm
done either husband or dishes, for rubber plates, cups, saucers, bowls,
and other dishes are now being manufactured
Made from a new rubber-ba* material called pliolorm. the dinner
tableware comes m attractive mottled and opalescent effects, in love
ly colors that are highly decorative and attractive Dishes made of
phoform are unbreakable, are tasteless and odorless and resistant to
scratches.
Vc/Wt-o with. 'The Character «oI
Jesus'* bv Horace Bushnell.
“The Man in Black," a Bparaih
drama, was reviewed by Mrs. f. B.
Sammons Miss Janet Caldwell con
cluded the afternoon’s study with
two short staries by Aachson. the
English philosopher.
• • •
Mrs W. B Lauder was haste.s
to the Neignborhood Bridge club
Wednesday afternoon.
Out-of-club guests included Mrs.
C. B Am . ■. Mrs. John Brannam
Mrs Perry Wright, and Mrs. Weeks
Martin. Club members were- Mrs.
H H. Rankin, winner of high score
prise. Mrs Joe Prize, winner of low
score prize. Mrs. Esther Ferguoon.
Mrs. Ray Brooks, Mrs. Ted Leru
burg, Mrs C F SoRelie, Mrs K C.
Adkins, and the hostess who jornoi
in the games
• • •
Mrs Geo Ague* «i« hostess to
the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
club this week tr 1315 Oblate Ave
nue.
Mrs. w Drummond was the only
guest.
9 ■ a *
Mr. Florence M Haves and Mrs.
H E Moore were out-ol-ciub guvs *
of the Tuesday Ngiht Bridg* rlub
with Mr. and Mrs E P Congdon
as hosts.
Club member* play mg were: Mr.
and Mrs R P Conway, Mr and
Mrs E 1. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon B Hill. Mr. and Mrs W.
Drummond. H E Smith, and E. P
Congdon
• • •
Mr and Mr* 8 P. Rosette were
hosts to the members of the Wed
nesday Night Contract club.
High score w as won by A C. Mc
Henry. second high score prize by
Mr.'. A C McHenry with consola
tion prize going to Mrs. A1 Volz.
• • •
Mrs A C McHenry was hostess
to the Pioneer club Wednesday aft
ernoon. This club is playing con
tract bridge.
Thobe playing: Mesdames J. J.
Lissner. Alton Bentsen. S. A Mc
Henry. G F Dohrn, W. B Harris.
Geo. Speer, and A C- McHenry.
Mrs. Lissner won the deck of
cards given tor highest score.
• • •
Several members of the Mardi
club and their husbands met Tues
day night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Lockhart to play contract
bridge, as the regular club is not
meeting.
Members and their husbands in
cluded Mr and Mrs. Ollen Rome.
Mr and Mrs Carrol Tanner. Mr.
and Mrs. E W. Gray, and Mr and
Mrs Lockhart.
Other guests were Mr and Mrs.
T. R Card. Mr. and Mrs. A. C Mc
Hunr; _nd 41 is* Vivian Card. Car
rol ^ Miner held highest score at
the close ol play.
• • •
Mrs. T R Burnett wa- haste--* at
the Tuesday afternoon bridge duo.
with Mr' Herbert Meich high sere
holder.
Oscar Champion and Wortham
Davenport went to Houston last
week to attend a national con
vention of petroleum geologist*
Don’t Get Fooled!
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HORIZONTAL
1 Every.
4 Simpletons.
5 Twenty-four
hours.
11 Implement
for row me.
I 13 Epot h.
14 Twice
16 Standard type
measure
15 Inevitable.
:0T« help.
21 Either.
32 To undermine.
24 Most populous
division of the
British Lies.
2T Fish.
2$ \\ indow part.
■ 90 To trifle.
31 Frosted
32 Low spirits.
34 Cereal. *
35 Uneven.
26 Prepared
lettuce.
3S First .)e» ish
high priest.
40 Sun god.
42 Process of ab
sorbing iood
(liSMfr In I'rr^ions I’u//|r
FaI31 I I _JgTT]
hv the hotly.
44 Street.
45 Native metal
47 Faithful
counselor*.
45 Snow shoe.
4 * Russian
mountains.
F»l Crystal jsazeir.
52 Spread of au
arch.
RJTvpes of
plums.
55 Beem.
55 To mention.
57 FahT
5$ Secured.
fi" Set ot seven.
*lTo pass again
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2 Behold.
.1 Roy.
5 Violent
vs hirlvs ind.
*> Verbally.
7 Minor note
S Aceompllshed.
ft Like.
10Governor fun
eral of Canada
Earl of -?
12 To regret.
14 To off- r.
15 Doomed.
17 Letters.
19 To finish.
20 Some.
21 Poems.
2.1 Adding.
23 One v\ ho ff nd«
gardens.
26 Contingent
upon chance.
27 Portiait
statue.
2*'To |uide.
31 To presi.
33 Slender.
35 God of lo\«.
37 Eras.
39 Ventilates.
41 Turtles.
43 Meat.
44 Metallic run
ner used on
shoes for ice.
46 Violent "ace.
45 Masts.
5ft Insect se
cret ion.
52 Portico
34 Tei-ched.
56 To *ogk up*
SS Masculine
pronoun.
59 Myself.
Open Home
Planned By
P.-T. Ass n
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(Special to The Herald*
RIO HONDO. April 1.—A large
number of parent* were present
lor the P.-T. A. program Tuesday
evening. An interesting program
presented by members of the Junior
High school classes was featured.
Mis* Ollie Haney and H. T. Uzzell
faculty members were In charge.
Included were a reading by May
Lee Nixon; a one-act play. "The in
itiation” which dealt with the ini
tiation of girls into a boys’ club and
several selections by the community
church orchestra preceeding and
during the program
Two petitions to committees on
education in both the House of Re
presentatives at Austin and also the
Senate were circulated and signed.
The petitions asked that these
bodies not reduce the present ap
portionment of $17.50 per capita
| out maintain the present amount in
older that the schools could operate
for the full term.
Open house Is to be observed.
Parents were invited to visit the
school and inspect the work of the
children, especially during the week
when work will be on display.
• • •
The Mothers club of the south
wing of the Rio Hondo schools met
here last week in the class room of
Miss Pearl Brown.
Mrs. Fred Carpenter gave a paper
on "What the Teacher Can Expect
I o; the Parent ’’ Mr?. W. K. Hodgkin
was appointed to chairman a com
mittee for the purpose of drawing
up by-laws and constitutions of the
club Others assisting will be Mes
dames J Kenedy and James Joyner.
Annual election ot officers to
serve for the next scholastic term
will take place at the last meeting
oi the school year, names to be
voted on will be selected by a com
mittee Heading this committee is
Mrs R Bates, assisted by Mes
dames Mack Mize and Herman
Sheffield.
Mrs. Harry Fields read a letter
from the State University Extension
, Society in retard by the traveling
library. Fifty books are available to
the mothers club for a period of
three months, after which the
books must be returned and will be
exchanged for other* Postage from
Austin and dray age of books to the
school building will be the only
charge.
i A vote was taken to install this
library at the beginning of the
next school term A location has not
been decided upon.
A large number of mothers and
the following teachers from the
south wing were present Miss Maud
Johnson. Miss Bess Mize. Mrs. H
Sheffield, Mi** Alma Armstrong,
Mrs J. Rogers and Miss Pea..
Brown.
• • •
Mvriadt, of fragrant red and pink
roses formed a colorful background
in the home of Mrs. Herman Shef
field Monday evening when she en
, tertained the Pioneer 500 club and
several additional guests at cards.
Five tables were arranged for the
games and a pleasant evening was
enjoyed.
A delectable refreshment course
was served
Those enjoying Mrs. Sheffield s
hospitality included Messrs and
Mesdames Mack Mize. J. F. George.
Byrl Hollon. Phil Horkman. Oeorge
D Beech, Ed Harris, W. K Hor’g
km. Jack Carpenter. Charles Kevs,
Mrs. Edith Pierson, Mrs. Laura
Louise Brown. N. B Maynard. Mrs.
' Joe Yeoman. Mrs. James Attaway
and Mr. and Mrs. H. Sheffield.
An old settlers reunion will be
held Wednesday April 5 at the Rio
Hondo cemetery at which times all
persons who have gTaves in the ce
metery are to attend and identify
them.
The reunion will be from 10 a m.
to 2 p m. and during the noon hour
a basket, lunch picnic will be held
on the banks of the arroyo.
The graveyard long in disuse has
recently been cleaned by R. F. C
workers and is now in the hands oi
the City of Rio Hondo.
Burials are once more expected
to be made in the cemetery and
plans are made to beautify and also
for the upkeep of the local burial
ground
Ccral Bowser ha.* returned fro:r
six months stay in Panama and
other points.
John Kingan and A. L McClung
motored to Port Lavaca last week
on business.
Mrs. John Ashton Named
Mercedes Club President
MERCEDES. April 1. — Officers
for the Meroedes Music club, for
the ensuing year, were elected at a
meeting last week, naming Mrs.
John Ashton president. Other of
fices elected were Mrs. Paul Shot
well. firse vice president; Mrs. A.
Z&stera, second vice president; Mrs.
George Camee. recording secretary;
Mrs J. C. Lear, treasurer, and Mrs.
J. T. Spetigue. parliamentarian. An
installation of new officers will be
held on May 8. Mrs Ashton suc
ceeds Mrs Cathryn Chadick, who
held the presidents office for the
past two years
Monday. April 10, the club will
obseve guest day, when all former
members of the club will be in
vited At that tune the subject of
the program will be The Barber of
Seville.” At the meeting last week
the opera. “The Magi.: Flute." was
studied with Mrs George Carnes in
charge of the program.
Miss Pauline Schaudies was host
ess at an afternoon bridge party at
her home for a number of friends.
In the games Miss Ruth Wood was
awarded high score prize.
Those present, and to whom a re
freshment course was served were
Misses Helen Dretke. Gladys Hamp
ton. Merry Andrews. Amy McMa
nus. Maudine Blankenship. Ruth
Wood and Catherine Commons.
• • •
Mr and Mrs A J. Reisterer en
Lovely Informal
Courtesies Given
PHARR March 31— Mrs Ray
mond Johnson was hostess to the
members of the Tuesdav Contract
Bridge club, at her home in West j
Pharr. Lovely spring flowers in
baskets and bowls were attractive
in the rooms. Mrs J. W. Puckett
was awarded high score trophy.
The hostess served a sweet course
to Mesdames A. A Kelley, Marvin
Evans, George Fleming J. K
Scott. Ben Kelley. Bnoe Ferguson
and D McLendon.
• • m
Members of the Pharr Progress
club and a large number of guests
were entertained Monday after
noon at the home of Mrs Guy
Young, with Mrs. Young and Lou
ne a* co-hostesses The home was
deova ted with baskets of pink
roses and larkspur. Mrs Loren
Dumont, president, was in charge
of the business meeting, followmg
winch M : dames Vema Hansen
and O H. Archer presented an
Easter program. An Easter Scrip
ture passage was read by Mrs Wil
liam Horn. Misses Mar caret Flow
ers and Ruth Ruecking sang a
duet, He Lives on High," which
was followed by an Ea*:er play
given by Mesdames Archer and
Hansen, with music by a hidden
choir composed cf Mesdames Slo
cum. Fitzpatrick. Maule and Misses
Margaret Flowers and Ruth Rueck
ing The program was closed with a
solo by Miss Ruth Ruecking.
Refreshments were served to 25
members and the following guests:
Mesdames A A. Kelley G F. Hill.
Morgan Cole, and Misses Ruth
Ruecking and Margaret Flowers
• • •
The Presbyterian Auxiliary met
at the church w.rh 23 member*
present and a number of guests
A business meeting was conducted
by Mi? O. H. Stugard, president.
All reports of officers and depart
ment secretaries were given Busi
ness plans were finished for the
year and plans were mad** for the
new^ rear which begins April
1. A social hour was held with
Mesdames Barnes. Stugard, and
Moore as hostesses Refreshments
of chocolate, aneci food cake and
coffee were served.
Tire national consumption of
beer is decreasing in England,
while the consumption of wine,
coffee and tea is increasing.
Phone 150
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tertained at evening bridge at their
home, using red and white lilies as
floral decorations. Mrs. A. E Krause
and Herbert Drefke were awarded
high score honors in the games A
refreshment plate was served later
in the evening.
Other guests making up the per
sonnel were Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Schupp of Weslaco. Messers and
Mesdames E A. Borchelt, A. E.
Krause, Herbert Drefke. Oscar
Dube, Miss Emma Reisterer. Miss
Ella Borchelt and Raymond Stern.
• • •
Mrs. J. C Deyo entertained a fewr
guests at a pretty dinner party, the
occasion being the ninth birthday
anniversary of her daughter, Mary
Marie. Places were marked for Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Archer and children.
Marilyn and Buddie. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Bernard and son. Freddie,
Mr and Mrs. Ray Elliott of Harlin
gen.
• • •
Mrs Floyd Langford had charge
of the program at the meeting of
the Los Ebanos Study club which
met at the high school.
Assisting her. with various topics
were Mrs. Marion Lawler. Mrs.
Grant Momson. Mrs. Shelly Collier.
Mrs E. H. Poteet and Mrs. Paul
Ruckel.
• • •
Mrs Mary Morrow is spending
some time ir Austin with her daugh
ter, Miss Mane Morrow', an instruc
tor at the University of Texas.
The following visitors in the home
of Mr. and Mrs H C. Garrison,
have returned to their home in
Denton. Mrs. Garrison's mother and
sister, Mrs. T. D. WynnJ
Elsie Wynn, and niecfl
Mr and Mrs S. H Em.-M
daughter. Miss Dorothy EdM
left for Houston, where thejl
make their home In the future!
• •
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Harpatec.
were hosts at a dinner party, sever
al days ago. honoring their brother.
David Harpster. who left to join
the navy. Guests for dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. B O. Harpster and
sons. Marshall and David, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Tucker
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