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Horseshou) To
Be Featured
At CR Camp
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RIO HONDO, July 5.—A horse
Show will be the main feature of the
Friday night visitors* program to
be given at the Y. W C. A. Camp
here. The show will begin at 5
o’clock in the afternoon and will be
staged in a large ring on the camp
lawn. A loving cup will be present
ed the winner in the riding contests.
Miss Jerry Cheek of Dallas will as
sist with the ring work.
Following the horse show, supper
will be served at 6:15 and any camp
visitors wishing to take supper with
the girls are requested to make res
ervations in advance.
Following supper a gala water
carnival will be staged at 8 o’clock
In the camp swimming pool. A dis
play of kodak pictures taken dur
ing the week at camp will be viewed
by the visitors and a loving cup
will also be presented for the best
display
All old Girl Reserves and friends
interested in' the camp are given a
cordial invitation by Miss Melrose
Stoops, camp director, to attend
visitors’ night program.
The girl reserves are now in the
final week at camp and they plan
the most exciting week of the
month's encampment.
Handcraft classes continue to hold
the interest of the Girl Reserves,
soap carving and painting of tiles
and pottery are the interesting sub
jects this week. Several Harlin
gen girls are in camp for the purpose
of taking life saving lessons. Tests
in Life Saving are to be given over
the week end.
• • •
The Kum Joynus Klass of the
Community church met here Mon
day evening at the church with a
trio of hostesses, Mesdames P. M.
Brannon. J. Ashly and Clarence Ul
rich
During the business session the
members voted to give $20 toward
equipment for the Sunday school
rooms of the primary department. A
committee to look after this were
Mesdames W. K Hodgkin. Prank
Siser and Mrs. J. Ashley.
• • •
The home of Mrs. E. M. A. Sizer
was the scene of a large gathering
of ladies here recently when Mrs.
Riser and Mrs. Prank Riser were
eohostesses honoring Mrs. Douglas
R. Rounds.
Many guests including members
of the Eastern Star, the Baptist aux
iliary and the Auxiliary of the Am
erican Legion, all friends of Mrs.
Rounds, were especially bidden for
the occasion.
Games and contests were enjoyed
with a fortune telling contest prov
ing particularly amusing. Winners
of the contest were: Mrs Adah Kir
kendall. Mrs. J. R. George, and Mrs.
George Brwon i
0 0 0
Mrs M. C. Mixon is planning to
leave this week to take her daugh
ters. Mary Lee and Bill, to some
point between here and Charlotte
where they will be met by a sister of
Mrs. Mixon who will take the girls
to Charlotte for a visit. Accom
panying Mrs Mixon will be Miss
Nina Sue Turner.
Mrs. Pat Machen and children
who have been visiting in Charlotte
will also return to the Valley with
Mrs. Mixon.
Mrs Harold Mallemee who has
been ill for some time is considerab
ly improved.
J. B. Chambers, commissioner of
the Arroyo Navigation District of
Harlingen was a visitor in Rio Hon
do Monday night.
Mr. and Mre. Hugo Wittenbach of
Harlingen. Mrs. M C. Mixon and
Miss May Lee Mixon enjoyed a brief
visit to Corpus Christi Sunday.
Bob Brannon and Leslie Bullis
left Monday morning to report at
Port Sam Houston for the C. M. T.
C. camp near that city. Edmund
Davis and Melbourne Ricker are
already at the camp
D. E. White spent several days
recently in San Antonio visiting his
son Claud.
R. V. O Rwartwout. Texas Citrus
Coordinator who resides here has
returned to his home after a trip
of several weeks to eastern points.
A. E. Whitney left this week for a
Visit in Minneapolis.
Jack Carpenter was a Harlingen
visitor Tuesday morning.
J. P. Baugh has left for Port
Worth and Oklahoma He was ac
companied as far as Port Worth by
Roland Russel and Ed Hutchinson,
the latter going to Rockwall.
Mrs. Swan Williams had as her
guests recently Mr. and Mrs Roy
Hough and small daughter, Lucy
Bess Lucy Bess remained for a vis
it of several days.
Webb Dickey who has been in
Laredo for the last few weeks has
returned to Rio Hondo.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Caffal who
have been occupying the Caffal
home have moved into their own
home north of Rio Hando.
Misses May and Nell Arnett of
Harlingen spent the week end with
relatives here.
Rex M. George left Monday after
noon to join his wife who is visit
ing her parents in Gatesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Walters are
visiting in Post.
Flapper Fanny Say&
"Tend to roar knitting** if n
Purl °f wisdom
DANCE ON SUMMER EVENINGS IN FLOWER PRINT
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summer night, in this printed silk |
crepe frock? It’s modeled on $
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wrap of changeable taffeta. \ou 11
look like a posy bed transplanted
to the ballroom.
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Local Teacher
Wed Recently
In Santone
Miss Mary McCollum, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. McCollum,
became the bride of Mr. Roy F.
Sharp of Corpus Christi, at 10
o'clock Sunday morning at the home
of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Atlee,
702 Hammond avenue, in San An
tonio.
The Rev. Walter Anthony of
Travis Park Methodist church read
the impressive marriage lines in the
presence of the immediate fam
ilies. .
The living rooms were decorated
with floor baskets holding pink
and orchid dahlias, baby breath,
and lace fern, while crystal bowls
l.eld pink roses and fern.
The bride wore a Block model,
Normandie blue wool and taffeta
dress with silver buckle and clip.
The matching finger-tip length
coat was collared in grey fur. With
her suit she wore a corsage of
Talisman roses and valley lilies.
A reception was held following
the ceremony. The dining room was
decorated with crystal bowls hold
ing pink roses and lace fei*n.
The table from which the cake
and punch were served was laid
with a lace cloth, and had as a
center piece a crystal bowl filled
with white dahlias, baby breath
and fern.
Mr and Mrs. Sharp left for
Monterrey and other points in
Mexico and after their return wm
be at home in Corpus Christi.
Mrs. Sharp has been an art in
structor in the Brownsville school
system for the past several years,
and has accomplished some out
standing work among the pupils.
Under her direction, pupils of the
school painted frescoes on the walls
of the school library, painted at
tractive plate placques for decora
tion of the school auditorium, and
placed on exhibition copies of their
work that were amazingly excellent
in execution.
During the past year or so. Mrs.
Sharp was head of the art depart
ment. She painted the portrait of
Mrs. Theresa Clearwater school
librarian and veteran teacher, which
was unveiled In the school library,
at a reception in Mrs. Clearwater’s
honor Besides being prominent as
au instructor. Mrs. Sharp has many
friends in Brownsville and in other
parts of the Valley.
Three Visitors
Honored With
Bridge Event
(Special to The Herald)
McALLEN. July 5.—Miss Jean Ha
den and Mrs. DeWitt Haden enter
tained with three tables of bridge
recently at the heme of the latter,
naming as honor guests Miss Betsy
Russell and Miss Nancy Steeger, of
Bonham, and Miss Virginia McCas
aill of Childress.
High was made by Mrs. I. M
Denman, and a favor also went to
Miss Elizabeth Griffin. Pretty gifts
were presented to the honor guests.
Two additional Home Demonstra
tion clubs in Hidalgo county have
! selected delegates to represent the
i cluhs at the annual Farmers" course
at Texas A. and M. College, conven
ing July 28 to August 2. inclusive.
The San Carlos Friendship club
i near Edinburg will be represented
by Mrs. J. W. Eagen. president of
the club. The Lone Star club at Ed
ccuch will be represented by its
president. Mrs. Milton Shields.
Other clubs that have named their
delegates are as follows: Holt-Ham
mond. Mrs E. C. Allen: Wide Awake.
Mrs. N. S Machen and Mrs. Lela
Erwin; Pharr, Mrs. Fred Henke;
Cenesa. Mrs. D. C. Decker: Willing
Workers. Mrs. J. A. Paulos: Sharv
land, Mrs B. Y. Lewis; North Mis
sion. Mrs E E. Keck: La Joya. Mrs.
M C. Hensen; Hibiscus. Miss Eliza
beth Stephens: North Alamo. Mrs.
O. W. Brownell; pouncil. Mrs. Rov
Alexander and Mrs. W L. Venable.
Hanrill and Turner Tract have
ndicated they will hare a represen
tative but the delegate has not been
selected. Members of the dubs that
are interested in the short course are
also invited to attend the meeting,
according to Mattie Wilroy, county
home demonstration agent.
• • •
A clever and unique peanut party
as enjoyed by the Junior Baptist
.lining Service recently at the
ome ot Miss Leena Sieinman. Th?
ifair was arranged by Mrs. G. B.
McReynelds. Junior leader, who wis
assisted by Miss Doris Joily. presi
dent. Many peanut games and con
tests were held.
• • •
Mrs. Brad Smith arrived Wed
nesday from Kingsville, where she
has been attending Texas A and I
college to spend the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pinch. Harlin
gen, spent Thursday in McAllen.
Miss Mary Virginia Barron of
^Herman, is the guest of her father.
Paul W. Barron, and her aunt. Mrs
Stockton Fountain, for a visit of sev
eral weeks in McAllen. Miss Barron
was .graduated from McAllen high
school in 1928, receiving her degree
at the University of Texas this year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Collier have
returned from a several weeks vaca
tion spent at Boca Chica.
Mrs. Glenn Perkins has returned
from Houston, where she has been
a guest in the home of her brother
end his family. She was accompan
ied home by her sister. Miss Flor
ence Burk. Dallas, who will spend
the summer here and with her par
ents in Mission.
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Brown and
children and Miss Mary Anne Whar
ton left Wednesday for Runge. and
other points In West Texas. Tnev
plan to be absent two weeks, visit
ing the Carlsbad Caveron in Neir
Mexico.
Baptist Girls
To Entertain
This Week
At the regular meeting of the
Girls' Auxiliary of the First Baptist
church held Wednesday afternoon
at the church, plans were made for
a ‘ tacky” party to be held Saturday
afternoon at the home of Violet
Dawn port Thompson, 332 Wash
ington street.
Various members of the group
are to furnish certain articles and
these are Violet Davenport Thomp
son. candy; Jeannetta Hofheinz.
cookies; Shirley Mclnnis. candy;
Eleanor Ellen Donaho. punch; Viv
ian Amason. cookies; Westel Rams
auer. cookies; Jacqueline Baird,
j punch: Haden and Martha Ford,
sandwiches; Courtney Schmidt,
sandwiches.
The regular study program of the
organization was held before plans
for the party were made.
Members present were Violet
Davenport Thompson, Jeannetta
Hofheinz, Shirley Mclnnis, Eleanor
Ellen Donaho. Vivian Amason.
Westel Ramsauer. Jacqueline Baird,
Haden and Martha Ford, and one
visitor. Emma Fay.
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REVIVING WILTED BLOOMS
To revive wilted (not faded), flow
ers, take a pan of water as hot as
the hands can bear, cut the stems
under the hot water and leave the
flowers in the water for a while.
They will soon be as fresh as before,
they wilted.
Mrs. Kelley
Is Hostess
For Group
a a^aaaaaBv
(Special to The Herald)
RIO GRANDE CITY, July 5. —
The W. M. 8. of the Baptist church
met at the home of Mrs. Ernest
Kelley Monday afternoon. Those
taking part in the Royal Service
program led by Mrs. Lee Cart
wright were Mesdames Kelley. O.
M. Jones. L L. Patton, C. D. Mars
tellar.
The Methodist Society met Tues
day afternoon at the church with
Mrs. Hinds as the leader of the
program.
• • •
The Saint Mary's Choir Society
met Tuesday evening at the home
of Miss Consuelo Sanches. Business
for the evening included the ini
tiation of two new members.
Misses Isabel Guerra and Carmen
Saldafia.
• • •
Mrs. D. T. Whitton entertained
alth a bridge party at her home
thursday afternoon. High was
made by Mrs. H. L. Staggs and
Mrs. Whitton.
• • •
Mrs. Ed Sisson entertained with
a bridge luncheon Tuesday. Mrs. R.
L. Marston and Mrs. R. H. Hasel
tine scored for the afternoon.
• m •
Mrs. L. R Brooks was honor
guest. last Tuesday In Dover-Fox
croft, Maine, at a reception by
Mrs. Sarah Hughes Forbes, a mem
ber of the state legislature, where
she was invited to make a talk on
"The Changing Border.” Among
the other guests were Mrs. Laura
Warren, vice president general of
the National D. A R ; Mrs.
Blanche Brown, democratic county
leader and correspondent for the
Associated Press;. Mrs. Annie
Peakes Kenney, chairman of the
National Federation of Women's
clubs committee on budgeting, and
Anna Shaw Buck, the Maine poet.
• • •
Miss Frances Guerra entertained
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. D. Guerra, with a de
lightful tea Thursday evening hon
oring her house guest. Miss Mar
guerite Arceneaux of Welch, Louis
iana. Assisting the honoree and
the hostess in the receiving line
were Mrs. Y. 8anchez Jr., Mrs.
Gordon Langston. Mrs. J. M. Iaa
guirre, Miss Cecilia Izaguirre and
Miss Shirley Brooks, while Mrs.
Florence J. 8cott and Mrs. J. J.
Guerra served at the taple.
• • •
Mis Marguerite Arceneaux. house
' guest of Miss Frances Guerra, was
honored with a dinner dance Wed
nesday night given by Fritz Stan
nilord and Melvin Ehlers of Pharr.
Among the guests were Misses
Frances Guerra and Dorothy Stone
of Rio Grande City, and Jack Buck
of Mission.
Miss Frances Guerra and her
■ house guest. Miss Marguerite Ar
ceneaux. motored to McAllen Sat
urday afternoon for a swimming
party at Cascade Pool given in hon
or of Miss Arceneaux by Fritz
Stanniford and Melvin Ehlers of
Pharr. ,
Owen Scott honored Miss Mar
guerite Arceneaux with a progres
sive dinner Wednesday night.
Guests were entertained before
dinner at the home of Clifford
Guerra, dinner with Owen 8cott,
dessert at the home of Bob Baker,
and dancing at the home of Miss
Frances Guerra, where Miss Arce
neaux Is a house guest: Misses
Grace Turner, Dorothy Stone, Ber
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nice Martin, and Merle Davis and
B1U Wilder.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wallis and
daughter, Marguerite, of Zapata,
were In town Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. John A. Pope left
Tuesday for Laredo where they
will be guests for a week of Mr.
Pope’s mother, Mrs. J. A. Pope.
W. L Glass, district agent for ex
tension work and R. H. Bush state
agricultural specialist, both of
College Station were In town Tues
day.
Mrs. L. A. Hightower, who has
been the guest of her son John
Hightower and Mrs. Hightower far
the past week, returned Monday to
her home in Port Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rutledge
have as their guests this week M.
P. Byrne of Austin, Mrs. Rutledge’s
father, and her sister, Mrs. A. J,
Brown and daughter, Mary Pran
ces of San Antonio. *
Mrs .B. S. Martin was hostess
Wednesday afternoon to Las Pal
mas Bridge club. Mrs. J. J. Guerra
and Mrs. Gordon Langston were
out of club guests. Scores were
made by Mr. and Bin. Baker and
Mn, Marsh
George Wead of Refugio arrived
Wednesday to be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Moss until Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Cortez ac
companied by Mr. and Birs. R.
Ramirez of San Benito have left
for a tour of California where they
will visit the San Diego Exposi
tion.
Mrs Alfredo Nanez of Brownsville
arrived Tuesday to be the guest of
her parents, BIr. and Birs. Falcon,
until Friday.
Miss Armandina de la Pefia left
Thursday for Laredo.
Miss Ethel Harriet Baker has
returned from San Antonio where
she has been the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. A. Y. Baker.
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Boca Chica Party Is
Given Thursday By
R. A. Caldwells
Mr and Mrs. R A. Caldwell were
hosts Thursday at a beach party at
Boca Chica, having as their guests.
Dr. and Mrs. Render, of Oklahoma
City, Okla., Mr. Jimmy Adams, of
Rk> Grande City, Mrs. Della Bollin
ger. Mrs Pat Herrera, and Messrs,
and Mesdames O. D. Caldwell, H. A.
Caldwell, Willis Shaw. Earl Leo
nard. Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Henry
Ehardt and Billy Strecker.
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Approximately $3,500,000 la being
spent monthly In the United 8tates|
for the emergency education prts
gram I
Bridge Group
Is Entertained
In San Benito
(Special to The Herald)
SAN BENITO. July 5. — Mrs
Flint Harris was hostess Wednesday
to her bridge club. Guests other
than club members were Mrs. Fred
Hiomas and Mrs C. E. Barber.
When scores were counted Mrs
N. D. Monger was high The next
meeting of the club will be with
Mrs. O. O. Hamilton.
e • e
An Interesting event of the week
was the afternoon bridge given in
the home of Mrs. L. W. Humble when
four tables of players were seated
for bridge.
When scores were totaled awards
went to Mrs J. E. Graves. Mrs J.
E. Craven and Mrs. Nathan Craig
Those present were Mesdames H.
L. Alsmeyer. P. M Shearer, A. L.
Price. W G Place. Frank Grimsell.
L. A. Barrier. W W Cotton. Nathan
Craig. E. A. Graves. A. C Smith. Guy
Castleberry. Glenn Shafer. J. E.
Craven. Neely Newman. Robert
8chmidt, E. I. Twlss of Harlingen.
• • •
The Aurora Literary club was
hostess cfliring the first of the week
with a 13 table bridge party in the
home of Mrs C. L Jones
Awards went to Mrs. Hilary Hicks.
Mrs James D. Casey and Miss
Mayme Liles following the games.
• • |
Mrs. Paul Cottrell delightfully en
tertained the members of her sew
ing club at her home when guests ,
In addition to the members includ-1
ed Mrs C. M. Cash. Mrs H M Cot
trell and Mrs. George Toolan.
• • •
San Benito Girl Scouts attending
the Valley-wide Girl Scout encamp
ment at Rio Hondo during the past
week were Lois Lovett. Peggy Wil
moth. Darleen Lawson, Mary Dale
Hager. Patty Lou Odgen. Ted Brown.
Ellen Oowgill. Betty Brown. Laura
Nell Carpenter. Jean Brady and
Dorts Odgen. They were a cram
panied on the trip by Mrs E E Od
gen. sponsor of this section of the
local troop.
• • •
Maxine Bunyau of Hugoton. Kan
sas. was named honor guest when
Helen Hlnkly entertained
When scores were counted the fa
ror was presented to Hoiee Hoff
man while the honors# was rs*
t; embered with a pretty psckags
from the hostess. Following the
games sn toe course was served to
the guest of honor and Dora Ken
drick. Mtiy Katherine Odgen. Mar
garet Brown. Eloise Huffman,
Blanche Tsylor and the hostees.
• • •
San Benttans enjoying the hospi
tality of Mrs. Ball in Donna recently
were Mrs. Harry Carroll and her
sister. Mrs. Prank Underwood of
New Orleans and Mesdames Prank
Ludden and Charles Ludden.
• % •
Mary Marjorie Wurth was com
plimented Monday afternoon when
her mother entertained on the oc
casion of her seventh birthday an
niversary. The little guests were
received on the lawn and later en
joyed games out-of-doors. Prises
during the afternoon were presented
to Joan Rrbertaon. Joan Bueeing
and Ann Agar.
Those enjoying the affair were
Annette Stewart. Joann Robertson.
Ann Agar. Patty Casey. Lucille
Crowe. Emma Beth Hudson. Joan
Bueslng. Shirley Warburton. Lola
Tippitt. Corky Dodson. Eleanor
Ann Worth.
• • •
Miss Katherine Pugsley named
Miss Lena Earl Huckelby of Alabv
ma as honor guest at an aftemo*|
bridge. Miss Huckelby is the house
guest of Miss Beth Oregory of
Brownsville.
During the games the honor guert
received the award for success. She
was also remembered with a special
souvenir from the hostess
The guest list Included Misses
Kate Robertson. Ruth Reed. Mau
rine East. Mary Agar. Wilma Vin
sant. Mabel Humble. Catherine
Reese, Gertrude Price. France#
Ortmsell. Alme Henderson. Beth
Oregory and Harriett Boyd of
Brownsville and Mrs Olen Chapin.
Miss LuJane Glenn and Marjorie
Breedlove game In during the re
freshment hour.
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cultivate the Akuri palm tree, eaten
the sap in buckets and let It lie
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potently Intoxicating concoction.
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