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Music Program
To Be Given
By Ensemble
(Special to The Herald)
McALLEN. Jail. 19. — The En
semble club will present a musical
program at the First Christian
church Tuesday night at 8:15 p. m.
Those to be presented on the pro
gmd| will be Electa Alley, soprano;
KatHsryn Loftln Donald, reader;
Faye Jones, pianist; Laurie Calli
cutt, baritone; and Dr. Oiin E.
Young, tenor.
The program to be presented will
be as folloa*&: "The Call of the
Maytime,- by Brahe. "Cherry Ripe,"
by Horn. "There s Ever a Voice
Somewhere,’* by Ward-Stephens,
by Electa Alley.
"Old Mother Goose.’’ by Phelps,
Xatharyn Loftln Donald.
"Bird Songs at Eventide.’’ by
Coates ‘Slave Song,’* by Del Riego,
Tnvictus * Hahn, Lourie Callicutt.
"Valse Chromatique.’ (Fifth
Valse), by Godard, "Etude De Con
cert (No. 2). by Chaminade. Faye
Jones
"Beloved, It Is Mom. ’ by Ayl
. ward. "Tommy Lad," by Margetson,
f •‘Two Eyes of Grey," by McGeoch.
Dr. Olln E. Young.
Social Notes
From Pharr
(Special to The Herald)
PHARR. Jan 29.—The Methodist
Missionary Society met the early
part of the week at the home of
Mr- Verna Hansen, with Mrs. N. L.
Davidson and Mrs. Ada Flowers as
assistant hostesses. The spacious
reception rooms were made very
attractive with pink and yellow
Columbia roses intermingled with
fern in black and green vases. Low
bowls ol varied colored sweet peas
were also placed around the rooms.
An interesting program from the
Book of Psalms was given with Mr'.
Claude Adamson as leader. Mrs. C.
L Vemon and Mrs. A. A. Slayton
took part and each gave interesting
talks. A short business session was
held presided over by Mrs J. G.
Bell This was ioliowed by an en
«able social tuiur A dainty re
ihment course oi fruit saiad. whip
am with cakt and coffee, was
served to 20 members and the spe
cial guests, Misses Anna Morgan.
Leone Lemons, Evelyn Holinberg and
Mrs. Emma Sehilska. Plate favors
were dainty sprays ol sweet peas
and lac*' fern.
• * •
Mrs Max Maulc was a charming
hostess to members of the Tues
day Bridge Club at her home this
week. The card rooms were at
tractively decorated with floral ar
rangements of yellow chrysanthe
mums. stocks and sweet peas and
fern. Mrs. O. B Fleming was recip
ient of the favor. Delicious refresh
ments of strawberry- short cake and
cofiee were served to Mesdames A.
A. Kelly. Ben Kelly, Raymond John
son. J. W. Puckett, Bryce Ferguson.
E. C. White. Marvin Evans, O. B.
Fleming. Howard Teer, and tL*
special guests were Mrs. L. Stephen
and Mrs Wayne Gilbert
• • •
Misses Dorotay and Martha Flow
ers. Mary Virginia Polk and Mar
garet Hogan attended a bridal show
er given at the A. V. Baker home
In Edinburg honoring Mis* Louise
Leslie w hose approaching marriage
to Carl Flesher ol Edinburg has
been announced
t « •
Mrs Eugene Darbey with a de
lightful party Wednesday afternoon
honor m. her little son Gene Jr. on
his birthday number oi Gene's
classmates were among the guests
and interesting games and contests
were enjoyed throughout the after
noon Delicious refreshments were
served to a large group of children.
The honoree itceived many lovely
birthday remembrances.
* • •
Misses Margaret Hogan and Dor
othy and Martha Flowers spent the
past week-end ir Boca Chica with
a party oi young people from Donna.
Miss Margaret Flowers and Messrs.
Howard Faulkner and Leon Mot
.tershcard were guests of Miss Doro
•jBT'Jamerson o Donna at >ier home
•an last Pndav evening. Delicious
barbecue wa* served during the eve
ning
• * •
Mr. and Mr H. L Gunn oi
McAllen entertained the members
of the Tuesday Nite Contract club.
The living room was charmingly
decorated with flowers in season. A
delicious dinner was served to the
following members Messrs, and
Mesdames M. B Gore D. U. Buck
ner. Leland McCullough Mrs. Oliver.
Mr J. D. Lauck T J. Chidlow.
George McCullough ana P. S. Devine.
Mrs. M. B. Gore was high for the
ladles and Mr Leland McCullough
was high for the men.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Fanner and
little son were guest* of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Tanner of Mission Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Eugene R. Vaughan
were guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs L M. Flowers recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland McCullough
have had a* thcli guests this week
Mr and Mrs. Ed McCullough and
Miss McCullough of Waco.
--O — —
‘Brisca’ Is Played
At Party Honoring:
Matamoros Girl
Mu* Luz Marla Rant el entertain
ed very delightfully Sunday night at
the home of Mrs. E Paredes, honor
ing Mis* Fredes Lozano, of Mata
moros
Games of “brisca’ were played
during the evening with the award
for high going to Miss Lupe Cis
neros of Matamoro6. and the con
solation to Miss Aracelia Lozano,
also of Matamoros. Following the
games a delicious refreshment course
\ was served.
Those present be ides the honorec.
Miss Lozano, were Misses Esperan
za Echagearreta. Aracelia Lozano.
Fela Hernandez. Maria de la Paz
Gonzales, and Lupe Cisneros, all of
Matamoros; Alicia Guerra. Consuelo
Guerra. Eva Rendon. Mrs E. Ran
te], and the hostess
SUNDAY GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovinger
has as their guests Sunday Mrs.
Carolyn Shaddis Mr G R Brown.
Mrs. Cora Ogan. and Mr. and Mrs.!
Bush Williams, all of Harlingen;
Mr and Mrs R F Ogan of Wes
laco; Mr and Mrs. Mervel El ward,
of Geneva. Nea.; and Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Lapcbesk* of Chicago, 111. I
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Social Shorts
From La Feria
LA FERIA. Jan 29— Mrs S. J.
Schnoir.berg delightfully entertain
ed her bridge club the middle of the
past week When scores were totaled
Mrs Alva Branch was high, and
Mrs. Carl Kiester low among the
dub members. Mrs Henry Baur
nan was high and Miss Margaret
Weidner low among the guests.
• • •
Mrs. J. Robitshek and Mrs. Bertha
Haugan were charming hostesses the
early part of the week at an attrac
tively appointed dinner part. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. B. H
Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs D. W Sigler.
Mr. and Mrs. S J. Schnomberg. Mr
and Mrs L. M. Vigness and Mrs. C
A. Hegge.
• • •
Fourteen members of the Sorosi;
Literary' society motored to San
Benito Tuesday evening to enjoy ai
Mexican dinner at the Aztec.
• • •
The Auxiliary oi the Presbyterian
church met at the country home of
Mrs. C A. Hegge this past week with
30 members present. Mrs. L. Y. Flint j
was in charge of the program on
"Foreign Missions.**
• • •
The Cuitura club met with Mrs.
Alva Branch Thursday afternoon
with 12 members present. Mr.^ Whit
field had charge of the program and
•ery interestingly gave the life of
Margaret Ayer Barnes and incidents
concerning her writing Mrs. Alice
Am merman reviewed “Within This
Present" by Barnes.
• + •
Mis T. Y. Flynt entertained with
a surprise birthdav p-^rtv the lat
ter part of the week honoring her
daughter. Mary Virginia on her
fourteenth birthday. Eight of M»rv
Virtginias classmates were present.
• • •
Miss Margaret Robitshek returned
Sunday from San Antonio where
she had accompanied her house
guest Mrs. E L. Kennedy who was
en route to her home in Los An
geles. Calif
Mrs. EdRar lias returned to tier
home tn El Dorado. Ark., after spend
ing a month with her son. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul C. Edgar.
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Home Demonstration
Club Has Meeting
In Los Fresnos
(Social to Th< Herald>
LOS FRESNOS Jan. 29. — The.
Los Fresnos Home Demonstration
club met the latter part of the week
at the home of Mrs. G D. Schneid
er. In the absence of the president,!
Mrs. E. Barr the meeting was call-i
ed to order by the vice-president.
Schneider. Following the busi-1
ness session. Miss Dorothy Porter,
home demonstration agent, demon
strated “’better styles through choice |
of materials and design ”
Refreshments were served at the
close of the meeting Th next reg
ular meeting will be held Feb. 14
at the home of Mrs. William BU-;
lue Roll call of the members will
be answered with a Valentine verse.
The leader of the day will be Mrs
William DeBusk.
HUSKY THROATS
Overtaxed by (
•peaking,amg- \ 1 1
Buffet Supper And
Informal Dance
Given Foi TCY
Hazel Ross Deputy was hostess
Saturday afternoon to members of
the T. C. Y. club at her home. Dur
ing the afternoon bridge was the
diversion. Betty Elfr.nk was pre
sented with the gift award at the
conclusion of play.
The members were very pleasant
ly surprised later in the evening
when they were entertained at a
butfet supper followed by an inform
al dance to wh*ch a number of
others had been bidden.
Among those present were Nell
Tew. Dorothy Crowe. Margaret
Weinert. Betty Eltrink. Valerie
Rosenthal, Inez Brulay. Bill Mor
ton, Zadoc Rosenthal. G. H. Gay,
Barry Putegnat, Sammy Gustaves.
Johnny Youny Johnny Wiech and
Sam Hughston The club will have
its next meeting with Nell Tew.
CALENDAR |
WEDNESDAY
The Lucky 13 will meet with Mrs.
Arthur Pitt.
There will be a tourist party at
the Chamber ol Commerce Tourist
rooms at 2.30 p. m.
The ladies of the Central Christ
ian church will give a Penny Sup
tier.
The Self-Culture club will meet at
Mooreiand Terrace with Mrs. Oer-'
trude Holcomb as hostess.
The President's Birthday Ball will
be held at El Jardin Hotel begin
ning at 8 p. m.
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OES School of Instruction
Has Large Gathering For
All-Day Monday Meeting
The school of instruction held by
district number five of section num
ber eight of the Grand Chapter of
the Order of the Eastern Star Mon
day and Monday night had about
300 members of the Order present
with ten states represented.
There were nine gland officers
present, with Mrs Mattie Mitchell,
worthy grand matron, being assist
ed in the school by the district de
puty grand matron, Mrs. Anna
Canze. Both ladies are residents of
San Antonio.
At the session during the day, the
San Benito chapter number 565 had
charge of the proceeding*. At the
night session Hope Chapter 124 of
Brownsville exemplified the work.
During the morning session the
members were entertained very de
lightfully by Mrs. Grover Singer who
sang two vocal solos. In the after
noon Mrs. Fritz Schmidt sang two
numbers. “I Pass by Your Window*’
and "Homing.” These were partic
ularly well received by the apprecia
tive audience.
Luncheon was served by the ladies
of the First Methodist church at
the church at noon. In the evening
a banquet was given at the First
Baptist church honoring the grand
officers who were present for the
school of instruction These were
Mattie Mitchell. W. O. M.; Mae
Simms, G. E.; Anna Canze, D D. G.
M ; Mabel Thomason, D G. M., Pearl
Ruth Johnson. O- Adah; Iva Lee
Owens. G. Electa. Jane Hensley, M.
G. R C.j Marjorie Miller. G. F. C;
Ed Couch. M G. F. C ; Frances Mc
Fadden, G R.
Homer L. Fitch was toastmaster at
the banquet where all of the grand
officers spoke a few works. The of
ficers were presented with corsage
bouquets by members of the San
Benito chapter 565 Miss Gladys
Wood romp accompanied by Miss
Josephine Pierce sang two delight
ful solos.
Later at the nijht session at the
Masonic Temple, all cf the grand
officers were presented with book
ends of ebony by the Hope Chapter
124. The Shriners of Fan Benito pre
sented the worthy grand matron.
Mrs. Mattie Mi.chell with a silver
nitcher. as a token jf their apprecia
tion of her work among the crippled
children. The worthy grand matron
made a most inspiring address at
the night session.
The registration committee was
composed of Mesdames Marvin Hall.
Willie A. George. W- R. Jones and
Miss Nannie Bourne Pages for the
school of instructions wore Met
dames Gus Langergren. M. C. Smith,
Latta and Marvin Hall.
Christian Endeavor
Conference To Be
Held Tuesday Xite
There will be a Valley council
meeting of the Christian Endeavor
Tuesday night in Weslaco at 7:30
p. m. The members will gather
around a campfire and make plans
for the 1935 Valley-wide meeting
rally' and convention of the organi
sation The new general secretary
Travis White, will be present at the
Tuesday meeting to help In the plan
ning of the rally.
At a meeting held Monday night
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Glenn
Herman, plans for the celebration of
the fifty-fourth anniversary of the
organisation were made. The celebra
tion will take the form of a ban
quet which is to be held Friday night
at 8 p. m Those who are interested
in attending the affair are asked to
communicate with Dorothy Crowe
at 6007-F5.
Called Meeting To
To Be Held Tuedav
To Plan Banquet
There will be a called meeting of
the Christian Endeavor Tuesday
night at 7:30 at the home of Mr.
and Mrs Glenn Herman .The meet
ing has been called for the purpose
of making plans for the annual
banquet, which will celebrate this
year the fifty-fourth anniversary of
the organization
The banquet will be held Friday
at 8 p. m. Anyone interested in
attending the affair will please
communicate with Dorothy Crowe
at 6007-F5.
Rapper Fanny Say&
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BUY
itiutaii
Hill
As the Christmas shopping days
get fewer, the shopping daze gets
greater.
Harlingen Celebrates
F. D.’s Birthday Early
HARLINGEN. Jan 29—All plans
have been completed for the local
President's Ball to be held Tuesday
night at the Reese-WU-Mond hotel,
according to Lloyd Thompson, gen
eral chairman.
The time of the ball was changed
fiom Wednesday night to Tuesday}
night in order to obtain the ser
vices of Richard Shannon and his
12-piece Rice Hotel orchestra from
Houston.
The band will present a group of
its own entertainers as well zs play
ing the dance numbers.
A number of local organizations
have co-operated in staging the
ball, the proceeds of which will be ;
divided 30-70 between the Warm
Springs Foundation for crippled
children and local chanties.
SNARE IT MTO TOOT SHOES
Makes new or tight (boos feel '
easy. Soothas tender. etroUea, j
»-~htng (ret and stop* the pain of
corns, bunions and calluses For
Free Sample and Walking Doll.
AUJER’S FOOT-KASI. LC ROY. N. V. I
| Raymondoitte
News, Notes
RAYMONDVILLE. Jan. 29 — At
a meeting held Tuesday afternoon
the RaymondvUle Women's club
elected the foUowing officers for the
ensuing year: president. Mrs. D.
Barton Rapp; first vice president,
Mrs. C. J. Scott; second vice presi
dent, Mrs L. O. Robbins; secretary.
Mrs. B. E. Carroll; treasurer. Mrs.
N. C. Tacy; and parliamentarian.
Mrs. C. M. Corbett. They succeeded
the following outgoing officers: Mrs.
C. J. Scott. Mrs. W. R. Green, Mrs.
J. E. Johnson, Mrs. 8. L. GUI,
Mrs. O. R. Lochrte and Mrs. J. B.
Chambers.
• • •
w 1. Vaughan of Sau Antonio
has been in RaymondvUle this week
overseeing the repairing and paint
ing of the house occupied by Mrs.
T. G. Holst un and family on fifth
street. The residence Is aimed by
J. J. Strickland of San Antonio.
Daniel Smith of Hartsbury. Illi
nois. is looking over his property
here He is a guest during his stay
of Mr and Mrs A..J. Schubert
R. P. Wheeler and son. Solon,
have recently returned from a trip
to Alabama where they visited rel
atives and friends.
Mrs. C. W. Hall of Austin is a
guest of her niece. Mrs Don Johns.
C. W. Gillette of Brownsville was
here on business recently.
Legion has set
February as the week \
fit bridge party to be
home of the prattler
Johnson. The date had
for sometime this week, hut wanw*
Uon with the President s Ban had
plans for the time being.
The exact date of the benefit and
the names of those with whom re
servation are to be made, win ho
announced later.
The U. a Department of com
merce estimates that restaurant*
get 30 per cent of the tourist dollar.
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We’re the
Interwoven
Pair
Sam and Leon
sox
CLOX
New Shipment Ju.it
Unpacked. Priced
35c to $1.00.
sox sox
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Done movin
Smokers of Chesterfield are funny that
way, you can hardly move ’em. They
evermore like ’em, and they evermore
stick to’em. Chesterfields are milder - they
taste better.
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