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C. E. Program
For Sunday
Is Announced
“How May We Know When we
Really are Christians?” is the
theme of the lesson to be presented
Sunday evening at the meeting of
the Christian Endeavor Society
|i*ith Miss Louis Smith, leader. The
^following program will be present
ed:
“Songs, “You May Have the
Joybells” and “If Your Life Rings
True”; the Lord’s Prayer in uni
son; scripture reading rrom First
John 2:3-6 and 3:13-24; song,
“Faith of our Fathers”; sentence
prayers; special, a duet, “Ye Must
Be Born Again” by Juanita Adams
and Mrs. A. B. Walker; talks on
“How to Become a Christian” by
Martha Jane Butts; “How to Re
main a Christian,” Vida McMlnn;
“Is Individual Christianity Enough?”
Dorothy Pearl Street; “Some Ways
of Knowing we are Christians,”
Raymond Armstrong; scripture ref
erences, determining what it means
to be a follower of Jesus by sev
eral members of the society; song,
“Have Thine Own Way, Lord”;
Bible questions, business and bene
diction.
• • •
Anniversary
Of Wedding
Is Celebrated
(Special to The Herald)
WESLACO, Sept. 21.—Mr. and
Mrs. O. D. Card were named hon
forees at a delightful gathering to
celebrate their golden wedding an
niversary recently. Upon returning
from a ride, they found friends as
sembled at their home. A mock wed
ding ceremony was part of a short
program.
Mr. and Mrs. Card were recipients
of many lovely gifts. Punch and
cake were served.
• • •
Mrs. M. J. Hannan was hostess
to the first meeting of the Junior
Study club for the new club year.
The officers for the year were in
troduced. Two new members were
welcomed. Mrs. Rollan Carr, the
parliamentarian gave a number of
interesting ideas.
Mrs. Fields Hapton was 'eader
of a program on higher education,
with Mesdames Waldo Montgomery.
L. B. Clifford, and Miss Elizabeth
Thomas giving interesting phases
at the subject.
• • •
Mrs. T. F. Rives and two daugh
ters spent a few weeks in San
Antonio.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson
and son left Thursday for an ex
tended visit in Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anderson have
returned from a vacation spent in
Monterrey.
Miss Mabel Baker nad as her
ft the past week-end. Miss Alice
th of Santa Rosa.
■s. E. R. Erwin has returned
from a visit in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Donley have
been transferred to Del Rio, and
they will make their home there.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Waller and
little daughter have returned to
their home in Austin after visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. M.
Anderson of Weslaco.
Schoolmates Are
Entertained At
Bridge Courtesy
(Special to The Herald)
PHARR. Sept. 21.—Miss litella
Warnock entertained Friday eve
ning at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Warnock south
of Pharr with three tables of bridge
having as her guests her former
school mates and friends. Miss
Warnock will leave soon to con
tinue her studies as a junior at C.
I A. Denton. An ice course was
served to Misse^Margaret Flowers,
Helen EverhanT Dorothy Van
Dresar, Ruth Bell, Retha Sanders,
Helen McCourtney, Fayetta French,
Marjorie Cramer. Lois Nelson,
Marie Wahlers, Louise Crawford,
Ruth Ruecking. Ethel Warnock
and Mildred Hillbum of Shamrock,
Texas.
• • •
Mrs. Ben Kelley entertained the
members of the Tuesday afternoon
Contract Bridge club and a num
ber of guests at her home. Mrs.
Joe Patterson and Mrs. Ray
mond Johnson scored high. Re
freshments were served to Mes
dames Raymond Johnson, J. W.
Puckett, E. C. White, George Flem
ing, Marvin Evans, J. K. Scott, J.
Tanner. Carl Boysen. Bryce Fer
guson. George McCullough, Leland
MeCullough, and Joe Patterson.
• • m
Mrs. Stanley Melton entertained
Friday evening at her home com
plimenting her daughter Ella Beth
on her birthday. Various games
and contests were enjoyed. Birth
day cake and ice cream were serv
ed to Misses Francis Polk, Eugenia
Tobleman, Mary Jewel Crosslin,
Helen Francis Citty, Betty Burk
hart, Bernice Christianson. of
Alamo, and Tommy Flowers, Billy
Devine, Richard Barrett, Thurmon
Joahannson. of Alamo, Kincy and
John Ted Scott.
«»W IN TF ar
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County P.-T. A. Council
To Open Year Saturday
The Cameron County Parent
Teacher Council will hoia its first
meeting of the year at La Peria
Saturday, Sept. 23. The following
program will be given:
Call to order at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer by a La Feria pastor.
Harlingen
Wednesday
(Special to The Herald)
HARLINGEN, Sept. 22. — The
marriage of Miss Anna Schuhmach
er to Elmer Wolf was soleminized
Wednesday at twilight ceremony in
St. Paul’s Lutheran church with
Rev. A. Arndt officiating at the
double ring ceremony. Vows were
pledged before the altar which was
decked with palms. Pour candala
bra holding cathedral candles were
at each side and on the altar and
east a solf glow over the bridal
party. White streamers marked the
aisle.
Mrs. Walter Reuter played the
Wedding Marches and also the or
gan accompaniment for Mrs. Henry
Klepping as she sang “I Love You
Truly.”
The bride, given in marriage by
her cousin, H. P. Huntley, was love
ly in a fitted gown of white satin
with tight-fitting wrist length
sleeves, puffed at the shoulders. She
wore a white net veil with lace bor
der and carried an arm bouquet of
white asters.
' Miss Laura Wolf, sister of the
groom was maid of honor and wore
a salmon pink lace dress with blue
accessories. Her bouquet was of pale
pink asters. The bridesmaid. Miss
Katherine Schultis, wore orchid
taffeta with green trim and acces
ories. She carried orchid asters.
Herbert Worlf served as best man.
Violet Wendt, in yellow taffeta,
carried a basket filled with rose
petals and scattered them down the
aisle before the bridal party en
tered. Arthur Wendt, in black and
white satin, was ring bearer and
carried a white satin pillow.
Preceding the ceremony at 4 p. m.
a wedding dinner was served the
bridal party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Wolf and after
the ceremony a reception was held.
Sixty guests called.
Mrs. Wolf, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Schuhmacher, Sr., has
resided in Harlingen three years
and the groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Wolf, has been a resident
of this city for four years.
The couple left for a month’s
honeymoon trip to Detroit, Mich.,
and will be at home west of Harlin
gen upon their return.
» • w
Natal Day
Celebrated
Mrs. H. H. Kidder entertained
at a party last Sunday afternoon,
honoring her daughter, Dotty on
her 7th birthday. Games were play
ed and contests held. Prizes were
given to Johnnie Mae Groves and
Melvin Burlingame.
Mrs. Kidder, assisted by her
sister, Miss Doris Pearson, served
birthday cake, cookies, candy, ice
cream and punch to Juanita Maul
din, Johnnie Mae Groves, Jackie
and Dickie Dupree, Prances and
Melvin Burlingame, Margaret Ann
Biggs, Howard Grace, Loreen Pai
lin, Lois, Doris and Marine Smith
and the honor guest
1 111 ■
Our Valley Home by the Jissem
bly.
Greetings from La Peria E *-T. A.
Response by Mrs. A. T. Withers
of Stuart Place.
Roll call answered by goal for
the year.
Business at 10:50 a. m.
Local Unit Package, Mrs. N. B.
Lackland.
Noon, covered dish lunche on, en
tertainment by La Feria.
Sectional meetings for c ommif
tees at 1 o’clock.
Call to order at 1:15 p. pi.
Parent Education by Mm. s. C.
Dunn of San Benito.
Entertainment by La Per da.
Unfinished business.
Local unit reports, two minutes
each.
Discussion.
Invitation for next council meet
ing.
All Valley P-T. A. worl ters are
extended an invitation t< ? attend
this meeting. Mrs. J. W. Mayfield
of Stuart Place is president of the
Cameron County council, succeed
ing Mrs. Stella W. Lewi t of El
Jardin.
• • •
Reorganization Of
State Federation
May Be Nec essary
Associated Press dispatcl les of this
week stated that the Dal las Times
Herald has learned that a meeting
may be called soon for the purpose
of reorganizing the Texa s Federa
tion of Women’s clubs.
According to the paper a woman
prominent in the affairs c c the state
federation expressed tlie opinion
that the necessity of complete re
organization grew out oi; the pres
ent financial entanglemei it in which
the federation found itscilf over the
clubhouse in Austin. Th s reorgani
zation movement was sta: rted among
West Texas club women.
Should the plan materialize, all
of the seven districts in the federa
tion would be asked to send dele
gates.
• • •
News Events Albout
La Paloma Residents
LA PALOMA, Sept. 21!.—Mr. and
Mrs. E. White were in th e city Wed
nesday.
• • •
W. E. Collins is planni ing to leave
for Nebraska soon. He Itas farming
interests here.
• * •
Mrs. A. Prentice and c liildren and
Mrs. K. L. Lake and daughter, Pa
tricia were visiting here Wednesday.
• • •
A state health dint c was held
here Wednesday for sec ond typhoid
inoculations.
• • •
A tank of oil has bee n furnished
this section and is be Ing sprayed
along the roadsides ancl low places
to kill mosquitoes.
• • •
Abelows Visit Irlere
From Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Abby Abelow are
leaving tonight for th< dr home in
Brooklyn, N. Y., after a few days
visit with Mr. Abelow v’s brother,
Sgt. Samson Z. Abelow and family
at their quarters in Port Brown.
SATURDAY *
Little Misses club wit h Miss Bev
erly Black on Palm Boulevard at 3
p. m.
Cameron County Cou- acil of P.-T.
A. meeting in La Feria.
Broadcast Is
Plan of Navy
Mothers Club
The Navy Mothers club of the j
Valley will present a program over
KRGV, Harlingen, tonight on the
bi-weekly broadcast, featuring tal
ented musicians in the Valley and
excellent speakers. “What the Navy
Mothers Club Stands For” will be
the topic of a talk by Mrs. W. A.
Black.
At the regular monthly meeting,
Mrs. W. O. Lewis will entertain the
club at her home in Raymondville.
The organization has a member
ship of 100 members, having start
ed with six. They have been grant
ed a state charter and have applied
for a national charter.
Mrs. W. W. Underwood of
Brownsville is president of the Val
ley club and Mrs. W. W. Jones of
McAllen is national commander.
• • •
Valley Known
Couple Wed
In Mission
(Special to The Herald)
MISSION, Sept. 22.—Miss Eugenia
Eppright of this city and Charles
King of McAllen were united in
marriage Thursday morning at nine
o’clock at the home of the bride’s
parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Epp
right. Rev. Geo. Benson, pastor of
the First Baptist church, performed
the ceremony in the presence of the
family and a few close friends. The
couple left immediately for a trip
hto Oklahoma City, Des Moines, la.,
Minneapolis, and Chicago.
After finishing high school in Mis
sion, the bride attended C. I. A.,
Denton, and the University of Tex
as, Austin. This is her second year
as teacher in the Roosevelt school.
Mr. King has been in the services
of Kreidler Funeral Home for a
numbers of years and upon his re
turn to the Valley, he will be in
Mission as manager of Kreidler Fu
neral Home.
• • •
Gail Shults left Tuesday night
for Texas University where he
enters his sophomore year.
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Little Misses Club
To Resume Meetings
After a long holiday this summer,
the Little Misses club is to resume
its meetings Saturday afternoon
when members are entertained in
the home of Miss Beverly Black on
Palm Boulevard. The meeting is
called for three o’clock.
These young ladies have a host
of fun and laways plan something
different for each successive meet
ing. They include picnics, hikes and
treasure hunts in their diversion
and a more congenial group could
not be found.
• * *
Temple Girl Wed
To Weslaco Man
WESLACO, Sept. 22.—Mr. and
Mrs. George Parks of Temple, an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Thelma Lee, to Wilburn
Montgomery, son of Dr. and Mi's. J.
E. Montgomery of Weslaco Wed
nesday, June 28. 1933, with Rev.
Walter Dibrell of the Methodist
church at Raymondville, officiating.
Bryan M. Glasscock was the only
witness to the ceremony.
The young couple will make their
home in Weslaco.
Young People
To Hold Meet
In Pharr Soon
The meeting of the Rio Grande
Valley Young People’s Union of the
Methodist churches, postponed from
Sept. 10, will be held Sunday, Sept.
24 at the Pharr Methodist church.
The program will be as previously
planned, as follows:
9:30 a. m.—Worship program,
classes in work of standing com
mittees.
11:00 a. m.—Sermon by Rev. R.
K. Heacock of Pharr.
12:00 a. m.—Basket lunch.
1:30 p. m.—Registration, commit
tee meetings, Fellowship.
2:30 p. m.—Fine Arts program by
Pharr.
3:00 p. m.—Business session.
5:30 p. m.—Program of music di
rected by David Ormesher of Har
lingen.
6:30 p. m.—Supper.
7:15 p. m.—Slides on young peo
ple’s mission special.
The union includes the young
people’s organizations of all Metho
dist churches in the Valley. There
are two regular semi-annual meet
ings with social and other meetings
between. All Methodist young peo
ple are urged to take advantage of
the program and fellowship.
Miss Gladys Steck, San Benito, is
director of the Brownsville district.
• • •
TO A. & M.
Norman Steiner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. S. Steiner of Port Isabel,
has returned to A. & M. College at
College Station.
Methodist Society
To Meet Monday,
All the circles of the Woman’s
Missionary Society of the Metho
dist church will meet Monday at 3
p. m. at the church. Mrs C. C. Ste
wart will present the Outlook les
son and Mrs. Painter the closing
chapter in “Our Bible and its Ori
gin.”
Members are urgently requested
to be present, according to the presi
dent, Mrs. B. E. Walters.
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sE SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY sE
- September 22 and 23
Pinto
BEANS
Pound
l^c
POTATOES Idaho Russets, lb. . 3c
Shortening .8c
COFFEE poumndation:.26c
CRISCO arf 49c
Rfl -11, Pet, Carnation or |
lYlllK or*6 .T1'.1 t/C
FLIT Pints • • • 37c
SUPER Two Kitchen 1 C I
SUDS Packages. . . Jv I
POST Q1,
TOASTIES —•” /2c
Lipton’s Yellow Label - , 1f _ 1
m 74-lb. Boxes-.... IOC
%-lb. Boxes.. 35c
MILK ss.20c
S( >AP ....... .’20c
COFFEE pB:lfnd&Ear,y'.19c
SOUP 3,lc«"d:’Campbe'.i:‘: 25c
SOAP ioyB.lWhite:. 29c
COFFEE PouTd & Sanb.orn.'s 26c
CORNED BEEF Srr *.
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Grapenuts
Regular
Package .
Meat Department
Dexter Sliced Bacon, lb. ... 17c
Veal Pot Roast, lb. ...... ... 12c
Veal Stew Meat, lb.10c
BRANDED BEEF CUTS |
Prime Rib Roast, lb. .... 17c
Rump Roast, lb. 17c
ARMOUR’S BRANDED LAMB
Leg O’ Lamb, lb. 19c
Lamb Chops, lb. ............ 25c
Salt Pork Bacon, lb.12^0
Spiced Luncheon Meat, lb. .. 23c
Bologna, lb. ............... ... 15c
Fish—Oysters—Hens—Fryers ^
$1,000 ROACH KILLER
35c Size ..25C
Pickles Qc
7-o*. Bottles.
SHOE POLISH
Bottle, Jet Oil 10c; Mp4 /
Shinola . / -y^C
BAKING POWDER
Rumford, Q
4-oz. Can ...NOC
Wesco
CRACKERS
2-lb. Boxes
19c
Oh Boy
MATCHES
3 Boxes
lOc
COFFEE, Wonder, lb. 23c
MEXIPEP, 3-oz. bottles . 8c
SALT, Diamond Crystal, box .... 7c
IVORY SOAP, guest size, 3 bap. 12c
THOMPSON’S CHOCOLATE
MALTED MILK, 1-lb. . 40c
BRILLO, small pkg. .. 7c
FIG BARS, lb. 12c
35c PALMOLIVE SHAVE CREAM 25c
PALMOLIVE SHAMPOO . 25c
NUJOL, 16-oz' . 69c
PUFFED RICE, pkg. 13c
RED PITTED CHERRIES,
No. 2 Cans . 13c
MEAL, Quaker 134-lb. boxes,
box . 63£c
CORN STARCH, Argo, 1-lb. box . 8c
GATOR ROACH HIVES . 29c
BROWN BEAUTY BEANS,
No. Z cans 10c, No. 1 . 6c
25c BLACK DRAUGHT ......... 17c
CASHMERE TALCUM, 10c cans. 9c
30c SAL HEPATICA . 21c
25c KLEENEX . 17c
25c WOODBURY'S SOAP . 19c
MUG SOAP, Williams, 2 cakes ... 9c
BRILLANTINE, 2-oz. 9c
ROYAL GELATINE, package ... 7c

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