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Club Is To
Sponsor Girl
Scout Troop
(Special to The Herald)
BAN BENITO. March 15. — The
William Cameron branch of the A.
A. U. W. met Monday evening for
the reftilar monthly meeting with
gn Informal dinner at the Stonewall
Jackson hotel. During the dinner
boors several piano numbers were
played by Miss Marion Crowe,
daughter of Mrs. B B. Crowe. Fol
lowing the dinner the members ga-1
thered at the home of Mrs. J. A
Me Anally for the business and
Mrs. J. T. Cawley, educational
chairman, reported that the local
women’s club6 had succeeded in
matching the welfare funH set aside
by llrs. Butts, and that the work
of establishing a clinic in the San
Benito schools was well under way
Members of the club voted to spon
sor a Girl Scout Troop under the
leadership of Mrs. J. W Sweeney
Mra. Robert Bone president of the
club, charged the committee on Ed
ucation to consult with Mrs. Sweeney
tn laying plans for the project. Mrs.
Bone also called attention to the
approaching business of the election
of officers for the ensuing year, ap
pointing as a committee on nomi
nations: Miss Floy Roots. Mrs. Bliss
Marshall, and Mias Mary Cowgill
An announcement particularly well
received concerned the courtesy of
the Resaca City News Stand in
setting aside a shelf in its library
for the reference books and other
literature belonging to the local
branch of the A. A. U. W.
The club oontlnued the study of
"Mexico” under the leadership of
Mrs. M. 8 Nicholson and Mrs. C. M
Cash. Mrs. Nicholson talked on
the life tn Mexico as revealed by the
letters written by Madame Calderon
wife of the first Spanish minister to
the Republic of Mexico. Mrs Cash
gave an Interesting review of the
•Great Men of the New Spain "
Y^ie only guest of the club for this
meeting was Mrs. Greenwood of
• • •
A breakfast bridge of charming
arrangements was given in the home
of Mr and Mrs. J. B Hollon, Jr.,
recently. Pastel colors noted in
the floral decorations were also re
Kated in the table service and in
e games of bridge.
A delicious waffle breakfast was
•erved. In the games of bridge,
prizes were awarded to Melvem
Harr for high score and to Miss Vir
ginia Fitzpatrick for low.
Present were Messrs, and Mes
dames Melvem Barr. Far! John
eon. Francis Neiderjohn. Misses Iris
Copeland. Marguerite Arrington,
Virginia Pitzpatrick and Messrs.
Orville Hoover. John Mangum and
Homer Hoover.
• • •
A delightful compliment of the
week-end was the bridge luncheon
at the Stonewall Jackson hotel when
Mrs. A. P. Benjamin entertained
nine intimate friends. Clusters of
white flowers were placed In the
Center of the luncheon table. Fol.
lowing a delicious noon day repast
the guests assembled for the games.
Those present were Mesdames Flem
ing Newton. Jacksonville, Texas.
Prank Carter, W E. Wilson. M. A.
Thompson R. L. Carter. James G.
Buck. Harry Carroll, Knox Smith,
and McNaughton.
• • •
MT. and Mrs. Melvem Br.rr com
ellmented Homer Hoover with a
•uprise birthday dinner on Monday
•venlng at their home Dunng the
•erlas of games following the delici
ous dinner prizes were presented to
Francis Neiderjohn for high and to
Miss Virginia Fitzpatrick for low.
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Neiderjohn. Mr. and
Mr. Earl Johnston. Misses Virginia
Fitzpatrick. Iris Copeland. Margu
erite Arrington. Beulah Neiderjohn.
and Messrs Homer Hoover, Billie
Gause. Orville Hoover. Mr. and
Mrs. Barr remembered the honor
guest with a lovely gift package.
• * •
Mr. W. O. Brown, sponsor of the
Dell Mewshaw y. W A. was a
charming hostess on Monday even
ing when she entertained the group
at her home with a dinner party of
pleasing appointments. Fourteen
members were present.
The group held the regular study
hour after dinner. The members
eang their opening hvmn and roll
•all was answered with the watch
Program leader for the meeting
was Miss Winnie Belle Finley Miss
Merorie Breedlove gave *n rnsnlra
tional story. "Mike of the North
End " Mission Work in Florida was
discussed bv Jane Duncan and the
Paul Bell Mexican Seminary at Bas
trop and "Mexican Missions” was
the interesting talk given by Nuna
B. McCollister and Lola Nichols
Sentence prayers for the work in the
various parts of the church con
cluded tne program ,
Members of the younger set tn
Ban Benito were delightfully en
tertained the past week-end when
Billy Ballenger was boat to a yacht
ing party at Port Isabel. A pleasant
trip Into the Gulf was enloved fol
lowed by a supper on board the
Those present were Misses Thora
Lou Breedlove. Aline East. Susanne
MeNaueht Carol Lou Tipoitt. Sally
Crowe and Katherine Ballenger.
and Bn mis Pueslev. Tom Richey.
Robert Balleneer. Art Wade, and
Jack Reed Chaperones were Mes
dames C E Pueslev. J. o. Ballen
ger and E. C. Breedlove.
• • •
Members of the Presbyterian Aux
iliary of the First Presbvterian
Church are sponsoring a tea Fridav ,
afternoon Marrh 15th in the home
of Mrs D 8. Mevers. 898 North Sam
Houston Boulevard. Elaborate plans
for the affair have been made and
the pubMc Is cordially invited to at
• • •
The San Benito Music club met tn
the home of Mrs N. G. Chattele In
Los Fresnos Monday afternoon
Twenty-two members were pres
ent for the Interesting program on
Scandinavian music. Mrs. Arthur
Moore plaved a piano solo. "Rustle
of Spring.* followed by a violin num
ber. "Sohreies 8ong* Edward Grieg.
Mra. P. C. Richey played. “Wedding
Day at Trauhalgen." Grte*. The
concluding number on the program
was given by Miss May Wilson who
played. ‘‘Rigando" by Grieg.
The next meeting of the club will
he held March 35 in the home cf
Laura Wheeler Designs
With crochet such an outstanding,
feature of our styles today. It Is
little wonder that the well-dressed
woman has adopted the string cro
cheted Jacket. Cant you see on how i
many occasions through Spring and
Summer it will be Just the thing to
wear? You can do It in a dark color
to go with your Spring dresses—in
a light color for those pastel ones
lor Summer and for the dainty ones
! for evening wear. It can. of course,
be done in a lightweight yarn in
stead of string. The design is a
plain and open stripe—the stitches
are very simple The collar can be
turned down to form lapels. If you
like. Of course the raglan bell
sleeve is just the thing this season.
Pattern 941 ocmes to you with
detailed directions for making the
jacket shown- Illustrations of it
and of all stitcnes used; material
Send 10 cents In stamps or coin
‘coin preferred) for this pattern
to The Brownsville Herald. Needle
craft Dept., 82 Eight Avenue. New
York, N. Y.
' Miss Wilson when a Spanish pro
gram will be featured
• • •
The Browne Tract club held its
regular meeting in the home of
Mrs. A. Guster with Mrs. Larry
Fauiker as joint hostess. Special
feature of the meeting was the talk
given by Miss Dorothy Porter on
checking patterns. Miss Porter was
assisted by Mrs. D. E. White and
Miss Nellie Jones. Mrs Reed Lang
i had charge of the business meeting.
Mrs. D. E. White gave a report of
the encampment plans made at a
recent meeting. She also reported
th resignation of Mrs. J. D. Carroll,
president of the board Refresh
ments were served at the close of
the program to 31 members and six
The next meeting of the club will
take the form of a covered dish lun
cheon Which will be served in the
home of Mrs. John Saner March 20.
The subject for discussion at this
session will include a talk on Sec
retary Wallace’s “America Must
Tournament Bridge
Is Entertained By
Mrs. Harold Grav
Mrs. Harold Gray was hostess to
the Wednesday Tournament Bridge
club Wednesday afternoon at her
home on Poinsettia Drive. Pink
radiance roses were used effective
ly about the rooms where four ta
bles of members and guest* played.
Mrs. Walter Galloway received
first award for members and Mrs.
Nick Alley first for guest*. Light
refreshment* were passed.
Mrs O. M. Brundage will enter
tain the club next week.
■ o
Mr. and Mrs F. E Loomis. Mrs
Carl Watson and baby daughter
who have been the guests of Major
and Mrs. J. W. Worthington in
Fort Brown the past week returned
to their homes In El Reno, Oklahoma.
Thursday morning.
Young Matrons of the Methodist
Missionary society will have a rum
mage sale on the city market
T. C Y. club will meet with Betty
Elfnnk. . ^
Muss Pauline King will be hostess
to the J. U. G. club.
Pattern School
Bein" Conducted
In Rancrerville
RANGERVTLLE March 15 — The
second day of the Rangenille foun
dation pattern school was held at
the home of Mrs Orbm Morrow,
first year clothing demonstrator.
Monday. Mrs Morrow was assist
ed by Miss Dorothy Porter, county
demonstration agent, and Mrs. Hor
ace Bobo, second year clothing dem
onstrator All patterns were finish
ed and three last yeas patterns were
made over to comply with this year’s
During the business hour definite
plans were made for Guest Day. At
ihis time, the club will be host to
the ladies of the community who are
not members.
A covered dish luncheon was serv
ed to Mesdanes Carrie Kaigler. J
R. Parmer. Carl Kaigler. Horace
Bobo, J M Buchan. Joaquin Trous
dale, Virginia Parmer, Orbtn Mon
roe, W. E McIntyre. J. M. Pass
more and Miss Dorothy Porter.
The El Baicos Bible class of the
First Presbyterian church will have
a rummage sale on the market
square Saturday afternoon.
Mrs Nick Alley who has been the
guest of Mrs F. R. Morris for the
past month left Thursday morning
lor her home in Hale Center.
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A Day of BARGAINS For You!
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New Arrivals!
Jast Unpacked!
A gala array of “mode* at the mo
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fine of quality that yon would expect
them to cost DOl'BLE! Print*’
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14 to 46
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Elizabeth and Eleventh — Brownsville
Soprano To
Be Presented
In Recital
The Methodist Women* Mission
ary Society of Harlingen Is spon
soring a recital to be given by Mrs.
Becca Von Kreveld Detert. sopor a no.
of Holland. Tuesday, March 19th.
at 8 p. m. in the Woman's Building
Harlingen. Music lovers over the
Valley are extended a cordial Invi
tation to hear this artist. The pro
gram follows: •
1.—(at Aria di Cherubino dell
opera. “leNozze di Figaro." by W
A. Mozart; <b> "Sighing. Weeping."
(Contate No. 21». J. S. Bach; ic»
"Aria de Michaela.” G. Bizet.
2_<aV‘Du susae Braut.” R
Grieg; (b) "Ich liebe dich." E. Grieg;
tc) "Ungeduld.” F. Schubert; (d>
•The May-night." J. Brahms.
3. —(a) “Ave Maria." Luzzi: rb‘
The Temple bells." A Woodforde
Finden; (c) “Passing by.” E. Pur
cell; <d) “Maman dites—mot. 18th
Century Bergerette; (e) “Aprea un
reve.” G. Paure. , „
4. —(a) “Under the juniper tree.
F Hollaender; <b» “Scheiden und
meiden." G. Mahler; <c> “BerKer
ette." G. Pierne; *d> **L adieu Su
preme.” G. Pierne.
5. —(a> “Lied.” B Zweers:
“Zonnelied." C. van Rennea: (c>
•Maddcnnakindle." C. Van Ren
nes; (d) “Out-Lieke." C. can Ren
Drama of Spain and
Ttalv Is Reviewed
iBt**cU1 to rh*
The Mission Branch of the Ameri
can Association of University Worn
! en met Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. Lawrence R. Brooks, the
hostesses being the Rio Grande Citv
members. Mesdames Brooks, J W.
Rutledge. A. A. Stalmach and Miss
Estela Margo, The topic for this
season’s study of the Branch is
“The Drama as a Key to Interna
tional Understanding." and the sub
ject of Monday evening was the
drama of Spain and Italy. Miss
Margo gave a paper on “Jose Eche
«»aray end His Great Galeoto," and
.1 almach on Jacinto Bena
vinte and his drama “The Bonds of
Interest.’* Mrs. Rutledge spoke on
Pirandello and “Naked.” and Mrs.
Brooks took for her subject Ga
briele D’Annunzio and “Francesca
via Rimini” After the program
refreshments were served by the
hostesses. Members present from
Mission and La Jova were Mesdames
Florence M. Haves. Edward Oopen
heimer. Ira H. Horton. C. T. Deck
er P C. Avery. H. S. Edwards. C G.
Sargent, and the Misses Caroline
Robbins. Marjorie Parkhill. Tennie
Belli Bogcess. Frances Kennard,
Janet Caldwell and Ruth Walling:
from McAllen. Dr. Florxce Layne.
Guests were Mrs A. F Sheldon and
the Misses Rachel and Helen Shel
don of Sam Fordyce, Mrs. Ida E.
Huf- of Fort Ringgold. anA Mrs.
Florence J. Scott. Mrs. C. Solis. Mrs
R T\ Swofford and the Misses Syl
via Solis and Shirley and Robin
Brooks of Rio Grande City.
The W. M. U. of the First Bap.
list church met Monday afternoon
at the church for its week of pray
er program Mrs Howard Bass and
Mrs M. De Ferrier were the leaders.
[Those attending were Mesdames H
M. Jones of Roma. I. L. Patton. C. D.
MosteHer, Wm. Ellison. T. T. Tld
more, J. 8. Howard and J. H May.
• • •
Mrs. L. R. Brooks, chairman of
Starr County Chapter. American
Red Cross. Mrs. C. Solis chairman of
relief, Mrs. Martin Cava**, treas
urer. and Mrs. F. C. Brunneman
attended the Red Cross conference
on Disaster Relief held Friday in
San Benito by the Valley chapters
and relief workers, at which Alfred
Evans, director of disaster relief
of the middle western area, and Mrs
Edith Hennessey, fie*1 represen
tative of the national Red Cross,
were the chief speakers.
• • •
The annual West Point dinner will
be held Saturday evening, March
18 at the Gunter Hotel. San Anton
io, the principal speaker will be Col.
Fc:-crt A. White, retired, a West
Point graduate of the Class of 1895.
who will speak on “Old West Point.”
Present day West Point will be pic
tured by the junior speaker. 8econd
Lieutenant Paul Burlingame, Jr..
Class of 1934; in addition Lt. Bur
lingame will discuss Army’s football
orospects for 1935. Colonel Ephriam
G. Peyton. Class of 1899. will act as
The West Point Cadet Choir and
ine U- 8. Military Academy Band
will broadcast over the N. B- C.-W. J.
Z. coast-to-coast hookup from 9 to
9:30 p. m. 1 S. T.. on March 18. ac
cording to an announcement reeeiv- I
ed at Eighth Corps Area headquar
ters. This feature will be in observ
ance of the 133d anniversary of the
Academy’s founding, and will be
p‘. I;ed up at the West Point dinners
which are held annually by the
alumni in large cities and army posts
through ' the world. Besides the
N. B. C.-W. J. Z. hookup, shortwave
stations to foreign Army posts will
go out through W3XAL Bound
j Brook and W8XK Pittsburgh.
The broadcast will be at 8 to 8:30
| p. m.. Central Standard Time. Sat
urday evening.
_ _
Sketching Trip To
Southmost Made By
Art League Members
Members of the Art League met
at the chamber of commerce Tues
day morning at 9 o’clock and drove
out to the 6. R. Ray plantation In
Mexican thatched houses were
sketched by the members who were
Mesdames Geo. McGorugle, Jr.,
William Nye Keith Buckley, S R
Ray. W W Ely. William Hyndman,
W. T. Aldridge and Rushing of Los
The club will meet March 36 with
Mrs. Aldridge for study.
Self-Education Is
Topic of P-rogram
The Epworth League of the Meth
odist church had a very Interesting
program Sunday night on self-ed
League members were in charge of
the church service and a short
drama was presented. Those tak
ing part were Ham Stegman. Pres
ton Langworth.v. Wilbur Washing
ton. Robert Sylvester and William
Mrs. D. P. Gay, Jr., chairman of
the Charity Home Tag Day com
mittee, mill be at her home math
supplies until 8:30 a. m. Saturday
and the remainder of the day. She
will be in the lobby of the El Jar
din hotel. All young women who
hive offered their services will please
take note of this.
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Guest Night ;
Plans Made
(Spec'*) to rn« Herald)
LA FERIA, March 15. — Miss
Mildred Wheeler was hostess to the
Sorosls club Tuesday evening at the
J. D. Russell home. Miss Ruth
Voight. president, presided over the
business session and plans were
made made for club Guest Night
March 29 The study of regional
literature of Middle America was
concluded. Miss Florence Winston
gave an Interesting paper on Ruth
Sockow and her ‘Iowa Stories."
Miss Margaret Weidner reviewed
Will* Cather’s 1923 Pulitzer Prize
novel. Miss Lila Dyer gave a splen
did discussion of "Giants in the
Earth.” by O. E. Rclvaag. Mrs. L.
M. Vigness. guest of the evening,
gave two delightful piano numbers,
“A Lover and His Lass." by Nevin
and "The Pompadour's Fan” by Mc
Dowell. Before each number an In
troductory poem was read by Miss
Ruth Louise Robinson.
Refreshments carrying out the
8t. Patrick theme were served buf
fet style by the hostess to the 14
members present.
• • •
Chapter No. 732 held Its regular
meeting Monday evening in the Ma
sonic hall with Mrs. Edna Colm&n
presiding. The hall was decorated
with red and white phlox, bluebon
nets. nasturtiums and fern.
Mrs Luiclle Clayton was initiated
into the order in a very Impressive
manner. Mrs CoTman thanked
Misses Elberta Wiles and Lila Dyer
for serving on the Hall committee
for three months. Mesdames Mary
Starkey, Alyce Ammerman and
Juanita Burchfield will serve for
March, April and May. Plans are
being made to entertain the grand
officers of the VaHey with a tea la
the near future.
• • •
Mrs. Lester Huffman was hostess
Monday evening when she enter
tained witr. two tables of bridge at
her home on Parker Road. A deco
rative these carrying out the St.
Patrick's Day motif was , noted.
Prises were awarded to Miss Muriel
Kiester. Miss Grace Carmichael and
Mrs. R R. Stephenson while Miss
Josephine received cut prize.
• • •
Mi and Mrs Prank Watson. E. L.
Carmichael and E. A Watson have
returned from a busir.es strip to
Monroe. La.
Mr and Mrs. Carl S Chilton of
Pert Isabel spent the past week-end
w*th Mr and Mr*. O. O. West In
Adum Gardens.
Billy Ed Oroce of Mission spent
several days last week as the guest
of Wayne West.
Methodist Society
Plans Rummage Sale
Saturday Morning:
The Young Matrons of the Meth
odist Missionary society met with
Mrs. A. M. Wvrick Monday after
noon. One new member. Mrs. Curry,
was received and 11 regular mem
ber* were present. Mrs C. O. Ben
nett gave the devotional and Mrs.
Sam Lockwood the Outlook lesson
The leaflet was discussed by Mrs.
P. W. Perry. Plans were completed
for a tea and a rummage sale, the
latter to be held Saturday in the
city market square.
• • •
Circle 1 met Monday afternoon
at the church with Mrs. Lee Vance
as hostess. Seven regular members
were present, and three new ones
received and there was one visitor.
Mrs. Lovelace conducted the lesson
• • •
Mrs J. B. Samuel was hostess to
Circle 2. Six members and two
visitors. Mrs. E. M. Bowman and
Mrs. Wallace Reed, were present.
Mrs. V. L. Conrad and Mrs. Klnn*!
gave a leaflet and Mrs. Samuel con
ducted the Outlook lesson. Betty
Jo Samuel gave a pleasing reading
entitled, “One, Two. Three."
• • •
Circle 3 met with Mrs. W. D. Mc
Bryde who opened the meeting with
a prayer. Mrs. Willie A. George
and Mrs. Q 8 8 tell gave the Outlook
lesson. The Lord's Prayer was read
In closing. Two visitors, Mesdamee
Hardin and Cmsman and 11 regu
lar members were in attendance.
• • • ^
Mrs. George Walker enter*.: *d ^
Circle 4 at her home. Eight mem. *
ber» and four visitors were present.
Mrs. Bolding gave the devotional.
Mesdames C. N. Hill and Charles
Roy gave the leaflet. “The Old and
the New Goapel Trail.” The Outlook
lesson was conducted by Mrs. A.
Brown . Miss Kate Pallor render
ed a lovely vocal solo and Marion
Smith gave two readings.
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At Beth-El Temple
Sunday Evening
Members of the Beth-El Sunday
school and the Beth-El League will
present a Punm play at the tem
ple Sunday night at 8 p. m. under
the direction of Mrs. Abraham W.
Thoe participating are Mildred
and Elaine Dorfman. Helen. Ruth.
Bennie, and Arthur Edelstein. Irene
Gctlieb. Louis Stein. Sylvia. Mil
dred. Marcel. David and Sidney
Sommers. Fannie and Morris Punk.
Mrs. W W Todd and Mrs. D. L.
Stoker left for Ft. Worth Thurs
day to be at the bedside of their
mother who la critically ill.
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