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Pan-American Round Table
\ Buffet Supper Is One Of I Colorful Events of Year One of the very delightful and proodL,rnt events of the year took placw^Baturday evening when mem bers of the Pan-American Round Table entertained at a buffet sup per in the lovely walled garden of the O. W. Johnson home on West Levee street. The occasion was the local dubs celebration of Pan American day. Guests were directed at the gate by Miss Mary Jane White, daughter o< an associate member, and Mr. John R. Honey, cousin of Mrs. G. W Johnson, the director and org aniser of the Brownsville organiza tion. Mr. Honey wore a genuine ‘charro” costume, the trousers being ornamented with silver buttons, and Junior College Ball To Be Last Event Of College Year The students ol the Brownsville Junior college will entertain Thurs day evening at the last and largest ol the college social (unctions of the year, a ball at which the queen ol the college will be introduced to her subjects. Miss Jane Betts, of La Pena, was elected by popular vote ol the student body to be queen, and La lie Thomp son of Harlingen will be king. These two are both sophomores in the college. The freshman class of the college and all classes in the high school will have representatives also. Among other features of the eve ning will be the floor shove that has been planned. Mercy Hospital Tag Day Will he Held Saturday, May 11 Plans are being perfected for the Mercy hospital tag day that will be held Saturday, May 11, according to a statement by Mrs. John Clos fer-general chairman. Headquarters wfp b- maintained at the Chamber ora^cmmerce building This is the annual tag day for the local Institution that was built Ui 1923 at a cost of (25000. In 1929 another addition was built onto the hospital thus making a 50-bed hos pital. The present tag day Is for X-ray equipment which is needed badly. Annual hospital day, which is celebrated nationally, falls this year on Sunday, so the tag day will be held the day bcloie. -o Teddy Rommer, Jr. Is Honored With Birthday Party! Mrs. T. J. Rommer entertained Sunday afternoon honoring her son, Teddy, Jr. on his fourth birthday. Games furnished diversion for the afternoon. with a refreshment course being served later in the day. i One of the features of the after noon was the "Parade of the Wood- I cn Soldiers” played over KRGV at the request of the young honor §;uest. Guests included Jakie Neil Rob erts, Bonny Spencer, Mary Chen gos, Clarence J. Renny and Sammy Kalmenicki. Teddy was assisted in entertaining by lus sister, Mildred Rommer. —-o Antique and Curio Display Location Announced Here The antique and curio display to be sponsored by the Civic League aixjjatiie Bn wnsville Federation ol Women's clubs which has been an nounced for Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11. will be held at 1230 Elizabeth street, according to an an nouncement by Mrs. G. W John son. chairman of the committee In charge of arrangements. The two organisations have made arrangements for the display of many of the art treasures of Browns- j ville. and it is expected that the two nays that the exhibit will be oi*?n to the public will see a large num ber of patrons. - O -r— l .os Kbanos School To Have Last P-TA I Meet in”- Thursday There will be a meeting of the arent-Tracher association of Los .bunos school Thursday afternoon •t 3:30 P. m Tills will be last meet ing of the organization in the cur ent school year. As there will be an election of jIfleers. Mrs Arthur Fitt, president, las requested that all members be resent. CALENDAR WEDNESDAY Penny Supper will be served by ulsdies of the Central Christian u < hurch. Mr* Lula George will be hostess to Ai>,embers of the Wednesday Bridge. * Mrs. James L. Rentfro will enter tain members of the Wednesday Tournament Bridge. Prances Barnes will be hostess to the Little Women’s club. -o Cold lunch trays. $1.45 and $1.75. Borderland Furniture Company — Adv. HIES — IRRITABLE WHO wouldn't be cross when periodic pain was dragging ber down? Relieve tbs fort by taking Lydia E. Pinkhaxn’s Tablets. All drug giats —*l rfnwi Mrs. Marion Moor of uuagp) mji- * w« *ery tired end irritable. I had WWW pains and terrible headaches peri odically. Mjr husband bought me poor Tablets and they helped me wonderfully." yWhj dmtt ym try thaw wtad mm*tf with all accessories being In keep ing with the costume The two gave each guest a menu card, which instead 01 enumerating the various dishes, enumerated the Pan-American countries, and direct ed the guests to follov the signposts for a visit to each country. A cross toads signpost painted by Mrs. O. W Johnson, Jr., pointed out the way lor the travelers Each country had a sign also which was typical of the nation, these were painted by Sr. Intiaque of the PAA. Colored lanters and colored lights, together with the bright splashes of color furnished by the beds of spring flowerg and the bright costumes of the members made the affair most striking. Members were garbed either in Spanish costume or in one typical of the country they represent In the club. They stood at separate tables decorated in the colors of or with features of the country they rep resented. At the far end of the gar de* there were separate tables for the guests Mrs. James L. Ren tiro and Mrs. Albert Fernandez presided at the Argentine, Bolivia and Uruguay ta b'e where barbecued meats were served as a dish from the meat coun tries Mrs. Rent fro wore a costume of a •gaucho's" wife, and Mrs. Fer nandez a Uruguyan costume, while the third member of the group, Mrs. Pauline Goode, was not able to be present. Mrs. Willie A. George In a gown of Peruvian colors, presided at the Peru table where Irish potatoes were served, Peru being the origin of the Irish potato. Mrs. G. W. Johnson presided at thr Mexican table in a Mayan cos tume. Enchiladas. Mexican rice, niaguey worms, chiles j ala pen os and the refreshing drinks of Mexico were served at this table which was dec crated to represent one of the little street stalls of Mexioo. Miss Julia O'Brien, at the Ecuador table served frijoles, and wore a costume copied from a water color sketch sent by the minister of Ecuador to her. At the Guatemala table, Mrs. Kellis G. Buckley in a costume that came from that coun try. even to the sandals, served a vegetable relish made from a recipe of that bbuntry. Mrs. Henry Krausse in a Nicara guan costume at that table served nacatamal. At the Colombia table. Mrs G. W. Johnson, Jr., in an espe cially lovely china poblana costume, served mangos, aguacates, fresh coconut and beer. Mrs. Kenneth Faxon presided at the Chile table where bread and vino tinto were served. Her costu.ne was a true replica of the Chilean dress, even to the bands of woven embroidery which Mrs. Faxon had woven her self. Mrs. Grider Perkins and Mrs R A Sundell presided at the Honduras and Dominican Republic table, and both were exceedingly attractive in old Spanish costumes. The table was decorated with banana leaves, and a banana salad was the course serv ed. The sliced bananas were served on squares of banana leaves with small flags of the countries stand ing upright. Mrs. D. P. Gay. Jr., presided at the Haiti table which was decorated in the Haitian colors and served pina sherbet. Mrs. Gay's costume was a Haitian one. Mrs. Ben Freudenstein ’ at the U. S. A. table presided in a Coolnial gown. American flags and a figure of Uncle Sam decorated the table where the cookies were served. At the Canada table Mrs. J. W. Worthington in a picturesque French Canadian costume served maple candy. At the Costa Rican. El Sal vador, and Venezuela table, Mrs. Kenneth Beer in a costume impor ted from Salvador and Miss Sophia Spivey in a Spanish costume, served coffee. Mrs. D G. Richardson In one of the loveliest of the many lovely costumes noted, and one that was imported from Panama, served cas hew and other nuts and the fruit punch so typical of the countries. In the absence of Mrs. Volney W. Taylor. Mrs. W. E. McDavltt. an associate member, in a Cuban cos tume served guayabate cheese, and tobacco. Misses Josephine and Varl zell Taylor in blue satin shorts with white blouses earned trays of cigars and cigarettes. The affair was one of the most enjoyable and color! ul of the year, and showed the careful planning and thought of the director. Mrs. G. W. Johnson, and the members. An other of the features of the eve ning was the group of musicians who rrtertwmed the guests with songs typical of the Pan-American coun tries. There were nearly 150 guests bidden to the affair. YOU'RE HAPPY WHEN YOU'RE last Think bark over thr month. Thr day* yon enjoyed were the day* yon felt in great shape. Increase these sonny days by keeping fit. Avoid common constipation doe to insufficient “bulk’* in meals. It may cause headaches, loss of appe tite and energy. It dull* your en thusiasm, takes the fun out of living. Kellogg’s All-Bra* furnishes you with “bulk” in convenient form. All-Bran also provides vitamin B and iron. This gentle natural food is much better than patent medi cines. Unlike cathartics, it remains effective with continued use. Two tablespoonfuls daily are usu ally sufficient. Severe cases, with each meal. If not relieved this way, see your doctor. At all grocers in the red-and green package. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. «i tin Sunny Skf« of Lift Mrs. Lee Adamson Is Bridge Hostess This Past Week Mrs. Lee Adamson entertained very delightfully at bridge the past week when four tables of guests gathered in her home. Bowls of red roses and van-colored snapdragons were placed about the rooms given over to the affair. During the games of bridge. Mra Tom Dowling was high. Mrs. John Van de Putte second and Mrs. R. C Morris low. The hostess served a ref.Tshing salad course. Mrs. Adamson included in her guest list Mesdames Robert Rich ardson. Herbert D. Seago. W. W i Reed. B. C. Cerr. Tom Dowling, i Hugh Johnston. Bill Gunnell. Ar thur Hipp. R. C. Morris. Prank Lrown, Robert Ernst, Bascom Cox. Charles Calderoni. J. Douglas Ire land. Julian GLreaud. and John Van dc Putte. -o News, Notes Of Del Mar DEL MAR, May 7.—Mr. and Mrs. E. P Mercer were at Del Mar over the week end. They are from El Do raoo. Kansas. Mr. E. J El bin of Raymcndville ar rived Friday to spend the week end. Mr. Albin. an ardent fisherman, ■spends most of his week ends at D?i Mar lor that sport. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Newton of La redo enjoyed a two day's stay at Del Mar Beach Resort this week. W V. Riley entertained a party at Del Mar Cottages Tuesday. They were all from McAllen. Weslaco seniors enjoyed an out ing at Del Mar Beach Friday with a big picnic lunch. They played games and w»ni fishing and swimming Mrs P Dixion was the sponsor. Mr F. C. McCcnnell is Superintendent of the school and enjoyed the day with the students. Mr. and Mrs. Vic tor Meyeis Mrs. Norris Stuart and Mra. Blair acted as chaperones. Those attending the outing were Muses Evelyn Hemza. Juanita Hol mes. Anna Merle Langford. Fay Dayton. Helen May Bitr. Rosebelle Rragin. Julian Shaull. Betty Barry. Mena Belle Alder. Virginia Meyer, Mardell Kindel. Verdia Pettitt, Syble Davison. Lorenza de Leon. Dora Garza, Juanita Molena. Emelie Ed wards, Marjoria Buddemeyer, Edith Levin. Elvene Nussbaum and Dorce hne Di in wood and Misters James Busby. Arnold Moore. Hans Hanson. Haro’d Hanson. Norris Miller. Er nest Morrison. Elbert Rankin, T. D Blackwell. Tom Carpenter, Billy Crowell. Terry Lee Neese. Gradv »arnes. Otic Knowles. Maurice Goss. Conar Dwis. Llovd Lucre. Freddy Mattar. Oeorgp Boone. Lefty Hlewe lett and Arthur Pike. Laura Wheeler Designs »i r» fC TV "T StitCH I INENS PATTERN 974 CROSS STITCH MOTIFS ADD COLOR TO LINENS SAYS LACK A WHEELER Somehow, in warmer weather, our entertaining takes on a less formal air It may wander onto the porch or sun parlor. And what could be more charming then, in a refresh ment cloth, than these lovely cross stitch motifs? You can join them to iorm a square in the center of the cloth with sprays scattered around as shown, or you can use the matifs separately at the corners. They are icvely on scarfs and pillows too You can make some of theee to match and dress up your porch very smart ly. The motifs can be done in one or many colors. Pattern 974 comes to you with a transfer pattern of four motifs 9!i x 9‘a inches, four 3 inch butterflies end eight motifs 1*4 x Is* inches; 'olor suggestions; material require ments; illustrations of all stitches needed. Send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred* for this pattern to Brownsville Herald. Need 1 “craft Dept.. 82 Eighth Avenue. New York, i N. Y. May Breakfast Is Given Saturday By Mrs. Moore A delightful compliment to the 8elf-Culture club was the May break fast given Saturday morning by the retiring president. Mrs. Nathan Moore. The home was bright and gay with pink roses and other spring flowers and small tables were tastefully ar ranged through the rooms. The place cards were supported by tiny dotted euphorbia and echevenas which were given as favors. It was a happy closing for the club year and the members and guests enjoying it were Mcsdames Emil Blanck, V. L. Conrad. Bascom Cox. A W Cunningham. E. E. Dtckason H L. Fitch. M R Hall. C. A. Mana- j hin. George Hamilton. Gertrude Holcomb. Lillian Kemmey. Randai Mathers. Nathan Mocre, H. E. Wat kins. Roy Ruff. E T. Yates. Virginia Watson. Milton West, G. F. Lande gien, H. L Yates, and Miss Ella Evans. Guests were Mrs J. W Aber nathy of Denver. Colorado, Mrs Belle Cro'field of Tulsa. Okla.. and Mrs. W. Y. Worley of Brownsville. -o- ■ Thermometers for oven, refrtgera tlr and canning purposes. Border land Furniture Company —Adv. Alice Wedding Announced In Arroyo City RIO HONDO. May 7.—Announce ment, has been made here of the re cent marriage of Mr. Ersell Evan*, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Evans and Miss Evelyn Flemming ol George West, Texas. The marriage took place in Alice April 20 and was a double wedding with Miss Hazel Robinson and Mr. Luther Gattis both ol George West being married at the same time. The bride was formerly a teach er in Live Oak county. Mr. and Mrs Evans will make their home in the Arroyo City. Miss Betty Chambers was elected to head the Valley Girl Reserve or ganization at the annual Spring Con lerence meeting of the Valley or ganization here at the Young Wo mens Christian Camp over the week end. Miss Chambers succeeded Mi*x Joyce Gurner of Mission as head of the girls club. Other officers elected for the en suing year are: Miss Betty Burk hart of Pharr-San Juan-Ala mo, vice president. Miss Katherine Box. Lyford. secretary-treasurer; Mi** Jinx Maxwell of Harlingen, program chairman. In the absence of Miss Paul Hill. Valley president of the Y. W. C. A.. Miss Melrose Stoops of Mission was m charge of the week end conference. The meeting began here Saturday, with a picnic lunch at the noon hour An interesting program was enjoy ed in the afternoon with two out tanding talks. Mrs. Paul Brown of Harlingen spoke to the group hav ng as her subject -What Every1 Wo. nan Almost Knows.” Miss Miller of McAllen, promin ently identified with the Valley Business and Professional Women "*ve a constructive talk on *•'Voca tion for Girls.” The town of Lyford's new Y W C. A organization was inducted into the Girl Reserves by the Circle of Light Ceremonies. Eighty-Five girls representing the various Valley towns were present to anticipate in the Inter-Club coun cil. -o Young Matrons Will Be In Charge Of Benny Supper At the regular Penny Supper to be held Wednesday night at the Cen tral Christian church, members of the Young Matrons' circle will be In charge. Creamed chicken, breaded vea! cutlets, spring vegetables and all kinds of desserts will be served. Local Pair Speak At Kingsville Session Of Science Academy Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Johnson and Mrs. O. W. Johnson. Jr. were guests Friday night of the meeting of the Texas Academy of Science in Kings* viik Friday evening. Mr Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, Jr. were guest speakers at the meet ing, the former speaking on "Com mercial Aviation” and the latter on "Technical Instruction in Flying." Both Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs G. w. Johnson, Jr., were made members of the association at the Friday session. A Los Fresnos News, Notes (Spedat to The Benld) LOS FRESNOS. May 7.—Mrs. George Bingley and Mrs. C. H. Kyle were Joffit hostesses the latter'part ol the week honoring their daugh ters. Billie Bingley and Evelyn Kyle, on their birthdays. Games were played during the aft ernoon, with a refreshment course being served later In the afternoon. These present were Annie Kalb us. Lavaugan and Lavern Moreland. Helen Macomb, Maud Jennings. DorU, Mane Pederson. Dorothy San ders, Dorothy and Margaret Richey. Della and Gladys Fay Kyle, Ina Vay Goates. Charlotte Bingley, Marian Baker. J. W Carroll. Govle Waller. Glen Pratt. Ralph and Paul Deeper and Mrs. Douglas of San Benito. • • • Miss Marian Cowden of Bayview. entertained at a bunco party the latter part of the week The party was a "backwards * one which guest* being greeted and entering at the back door, the refreshment course being served first, and high scorers In the games being awarded the con solation while the low scorers receiv ed the high score award. During the games Chester Ma comb was high. Doris Marie Peder sen second high and Lawrence Go bar low. Among those present were Ches ter and Helen Macomb. Lucille Wat son. Jack Harris Doris Marie Peder son. Bobby MrLraifh. Kendall Mc Clure. Govlt Waller. Palmer Jen nings. Margaret Richey and Law rence Gobar. WHITE KITCHEN 419 12th Street Business Lunches — Fresh Veg etables — Luscious Valley Grapefruit Private Diningroom 8ervlng the Valley for over ten years. Guest Honored Saturday At Bridge Event The Woman's club was a delight* ful setting lor the bridge party giv en Saturday afternoon by Mra. Al berta A. Kirby complimenting her niece Mrs. Robert A. Pierce who with her husband. Lieut. Pierce, is a guest in the Pierce home, en route to their station in Honolulu. Vases of pink radiance rosea and dainty corn flowers were attractive ly placed in the spacious club rooms. The guests of honor was remem bered by the hostess with an attrac tive gift. The trophy went to Mra Wallace Harwood, the second to Mra Pierce and the individual table awards went to Mrs Madge Cherry, Mrs. Russell McChesney, Mra Pierce and Miss Rose Matt had. Those playing besides the honorm were Mesdimes Prank C. Pierce, Gladys Breazeale. Madge Cheny. Harry Paulk. Wallace Harwood, Harry’ Hoi lew ell, J. Douglas Ireland, T. A Kinder. Jr.. R O Mackintosh, Russel! McChesney, Cuban Mon aees, A. W. Para, Rogers. W. B. Sud low, A. V. Smith. W. F Tanner. W. B. Walton; Misses Anastasia Bray, Tlllie Lauer. Rose Matthaei, and Rachel Pierce. FAT FOLKS This Reads Like * A Miracle She Just Wouldn’t Listen To Gossipers Mrs. J. Echimovich of Michigan City. Ind.. writes: Ira 31 years old and the mother of 5 children. S months ago I weighed 208 and aft er taking Kruse hen Salts I now weigh 128 and never felt better.** Persistency won for Mrs. Echim ovich—she wouldn't let ugly fat make her old. pepless and unat tractive—she paid no attention to envious people who said she couldn't safely lo.se her fat and all that nonsense—this woman had a mind of her own and the result you can read again in her own letter. Just take a half teaspoonful of Kru.^chen in a cup of hot water every morning—tastes fine with juice of half lemon added—jar lasts 4 weeks and costs but few cents— any drugstore.—Adv. For sale by Cisneros Drug Store No. l or any drug store in the world. —Adv. XWhat normal healthy person doesn9t enjoy being out doors this time of year Be sure to have plenty of Chesterfields along—they're made for pleasure, too— they’re mild and yet They Satisfy 1 C 1939, ticcrrr & Hmi Tomooo Co.