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Is Honored By. Mrs. Baker (Special to The Braid) ■0 GRANDE CITY, May 11 — Tlw Woman’s Club ot Rio Grande City held Its regular forthnlghUy meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. H. C. Baker, with Mrs. A. R. Baker the assisting hostess. Mrs. A. A. Stalmach, chairman of the program, gave an Interesting talk on the origin and significance of Mother’s Day. Mrs. Roque Guerra rendered songs to the rno accompaniment of Mrs. H Baker, and piano solos were given by Misses Ethel Harriet Baker and Beth Stone, after which a dessert course was served by the hostesses. Mrs. R. I. Willoughby and Mrs. O. 7. Cumming of Fort Ringgold; Mrs. J. L. Hinds. Mrs. A. Lacase. and Mrs. U. P. Isagulrre were guests of the club • • • The W. M. 8. of the First Bap-' tist church gave a Royal Service program at the church Monday afternoon, Mrs. Lee Cartwright leading. A Missionary Society was organ ized Tuesday afternoon by the ladles of the Methodist church, and the following officers were elected: Mrs. J. L. Hinds, pres ident: Mrs. F. C. Brunneman, Mrs Julio Gomez, vice presidents; Mrs. Adella G. Kusch, secretary and treasurer. Fourteen members have been enrolled, and a gas stove bought for the parsonage, and gas piped in. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 4:30, and all interested are cordially invited to attend. • ■ • Members of the junior class in home economics of the La Grulla school, Mrs. Louise Byrne Rutledge instructor, held a competition and exhibition this week of rag dolls which they had made and dressed as part of their problem in self help clothing for children. The class is made up of 16 members of the sixth and seventh grades of the school. Places were won by Ckofia Ramirez, first; Veronla Pe art second; Joseflna Vera, third. IP* • • • Mrs. Lagvrence R. Brooks and Misses Shirley and Robin Brooks entertained with a bridge luncheon Friday morning on the corridor overlooking the patio of their old Bpanl&h-Mexican home. Those Kent were Mesdames R. E. Wll hby. B. A. Thomas, G. P. Cum mings. C. W. Burkett, Ida E. Huff, and J. H Huntress of Fort Ring gold; R L. Marston, McAllen; Misses Rachel and Helen Sheldon. Sam Fordyce and Mesdames Terry Hornaday. Dana Whitton, R. H. Basel tine, A. E. Beadle. Ed Sisson, H. C. Baker, A. R. Baker and R. H. Allen of Rio Grande City. Fa vors were presented to Mrs. Horna day, Mrs. Marston, Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Burkett. • • • A linen shower was given in Announcing the arrival of the new BULOVA ^ DIAMOND-SET WRIST WATCHES for GRADUATION . « there it no gift like • BULOVA! ... other BULOVA DIAMOND-SET WRIST » Watches From | *500°° Take Advantage of Dorfmon’s Graduation Sale You Will Save from Matching quality, w* allow no one to undersell us. honor of Mia Mayme Galloway of La Grui | school Monday evening on the occasion of the announce ment of her engagement to Mr. P. A. Thurman of the Phoenix Engl* neering Corporation, a resident of Jacksonville. Mia Galloway’s friends met at the home of her sister, Mrs. Yndaledo Sanches. Jr., and surprised the honoree with many beautiful gifts. Hostesses were Mesdames Sanchez, Lucille Henderson. Gladys Nelson and Mia Grace ftlchleson, all of La Grulla school. Those present Included Mes dames Ernesto de la Garza, Do mingo Hinojosa; Misses Skntlta Guerra and Pina Hinojosa of La Grulla; Mesdames Florence J. Scott, J. w. Rutledge. Arnold Vale. Gordon Langston, Jennie V. San chez, Alfred Leal, Carrie V. Rey na, J. J. Guerra. Elsie V. Rade macher. Abel Sanchez, W. C. Mor ris. Katherine Izagulrre and Misses Estela Margo. Consuek) Sanchez, La Relta Smith, Antoinette Guerra, Sue Galloway and Robin Brooks. Mrs. Florence J. 8cott, Starr County superintendent of schools. H. C. Baker, superintendent of schools of Rio Grande City Inde pendent school district; R. P. Swofford, principal of the Roma school; Mr*. R. P. Swofford. Ins tructor in Rio Grande City high school; W. 8. Graham, principal of La Grulla and Frank Allen, instructor in Agriculture, La Grulla, attended the recent conference on curriculum revision of the South Texas Teachers’ Association at Edinburg. • • • Las Palmas Bridge club was en tertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Bernard S. Martin. Mrs. A. R. Baker and Mrs. John 8tone were guests. After play, in which score*, were made by Mrs King and Mrs. Stone, delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. • • • Mrs. Dana Whitton, Mrs. R. H. Haseltine. Mrs. A. E. Beadle, Mrs. Ed Sisson and Mrs R. H. Allen were guests of Mrs. J. O. Roberts of McAllen at bridge Thursday afternoon; Mrs Sisson was one of the scorers. • • • Mrs. B. C. King was hostess of the Sewing club Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. D. Gusrra left Friday for San Antonio, where she will spend several weeks. Mrs. Lee Dickinson of Rivera is the guest of her sister. Mrs C. D. Mosteller. and Mr. Modeller The program of Rio Grande City over Station KRGV at Weslaco Monday evening included the fol lowing performers: Misses Elolsa Perez and Elia Garza, solos and duets for the piano: Ernesto Men doza and Guillermo EscamiUo. vocal duets; Jose Perez, guitar; Odilon Carrera, violin; Mrs. Elisa Longoria announcer. Mrs. E. C. Carter has returned from Galveston, where she was the guest for three weeks of her sister Mrs. Joe Cadenhead, and Mr. Cad enhead Mrs. Florence J. Scott was a week-end guest of Mrs. Florence Hayes at her home in Mission. Rangerville News, Notes RANGERVILLE. May 11_ Rev. williams delivered an interesting sermon at the Church of Christ Sunday morning. He can be heard in this pulpit the first and fourth Sundays of each month. Rev. Owens of Mercedes will speak at the Baptist Church Sunday after noon. His address will be dedicated to the Mothers of To-day. Every one is Invited. The Mother’s Day Program will be presented at the Baptist Church Sunday morning at 10:45 a. m. A very appropriate program has been arranged. • • • The boys of the school enjoyed their picnic outing with Supt. A. B. Cook and the girls were delightfully entertained by Miss Dorothy Taylor at the home of Mrs. Dave Buchan Many games and contests were played during the afternoon. Those attending the affair were Misses OzeU Anderson, Ruth. Irene and Mary Alice Sparks. Elizabeth Par mer, Lottie Merle Jones, Violet War ner, Dorothy and Thelma Fern Gil bert. Martha and Betty Joe Hoket Alma Hamilton, Eula Mae Scogln ■nd Bettye Jayne Foust. • • • Miss Dorothy Porter, county home demonstration agent met with the 4-H Club girls here Wednesday, in struction in apron making was given during the meeting which was at tended by all girls of the club. Poul try raising was given some consid eration by the girls registered in that division. Mr. Henry Alysmeyer was unable to meet with the boy’s division. • • • Mrs. Pauline Icenogle of Browns ville is visiting with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ed Haynes and family. • a * An ice-cream social was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sparks Wednesday evening when the Sun day School class and their friends met there. Those enjoying the party were Mr. and Mrs. E. McIntyre and son Trois; Mrs. Anderson and daughter Osell; Mr. Quoquan Trousdale and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin; Mr and Mrs. Lesle Ervin; John. Jack. Bill and Miss Ray Morgan; Russell aix Howard Bennet. Thelma Pern and Harold Gilbert; Mrs. Jack Faust and children Billy and Bet tye; Bill and Martha Hoket; Tim Peters; Vivan Danley; Mr. A. B. Cook; Dorothy Taylor; K&thlyn Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Sparks and children. Mr. Jack Cook and a party of friends from San Benito were guests • • • J R. Scott of Ft. Worth Is mak ing an extended visit with Mr. H N Sparks and family. Estill Freeman who has been quite 111 at his home here is reported im proving. Mr. and Mrs. Darrow Parmer of Harlingen have moved to their new home near here. Mr Will Magee, well-known dairy man who has been confined to his home with lnfluensa for the past twr weeks Is much Improved. Miss Ray Morgan of San Benito was a Wednesday evening guest In the home of her parents Mr. and Mia. D. Morgan. FLOWERS FOR EVERT OCCASION San Benito Nursery and Flora] Co. San Benito-Harlingen Highway;' PHONE 283 Valley Couple United Lately In Harlingen (Special to The Herald I HARLINGEN. May 11.—The mar riage of Mias Mary Prances Jack son, daughter cl Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Jackson, and Mr. Harold Eugene Wshier, son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. W&hler of Raymondvllle, was solemnized Saturday morning in the First Methodist in a simple but im pressive ceremony with the Rev. Leslie A. Boone, pastor of the church reading the marriage lines. A background of palms and ferns was arranged at the altar, and on each side were pedestal baskets fill ed with pink and white gladioli. In side the chancel and slightly above the altar wereb askets of white calls lilies. Prior to the entrance of the bridal party Miss Blanche Baker sang the nuptial solos, “Because” and “1 Love You Truly” with Miss Viriginla Perry accompanying at the organ. Miss Perry played the wedding march ,rotn “Lohengrin.” and during the ceremony “O Promise Me.” The bride entered with her broth er, Mr. Harold Jackson, who gave her in marriage. Her gown was of white lace, fashioned along tailored lines with jacket and long tight sleeves. With it she wore a white turban with starched lace veil and carried an arm bouquet of bride’s roses with satin ribbon shower. Miss Lucile Harris of San Antonio, was maid of honor. Her gown was of pink organza over taffeta and she carried a Colonial bouquet cf tally man roses. A large picture hat with pink velvet trimmings completed her costume. Mr. Darold Jackson, brother of the bride, was best man and the grooms men were Gotlieb Schmoker and Jake Schmoker. The ceremony was followed by an informal reception at the home of the bride's parents for members of the bridal party. Gladioli and pink roses adorned the dining room where the bride's cake and coffee were ser ved from a table laid with a hand some Italian embroidered cloth. Mr. and Mrs. Wahler left by motor for a wedding trip to San Antonio and Austin after which they will be at heme in the Home Apartments. Van Burean street. For traveling the bride wore a navy blue embroider ed taffeta ensemble with white waf fle cloth cellar on the coat. All ac cessories were of white. The bride is a member of a prom inent and well-known family, hav ing lived in this city 11 years and is a popular member of the younger social set. Mr. Wahler is a prominent young business man of this city, being a member of the firm of Wahler-Mc Kenna Mortuary. He received his early education in Raymondvllle. where his parents now live. o Tuesday Nite Club Honored In Mercedes (Special to IT-e Herald > WESLACO, May 11.—Members of the Tuesday Nite Bridge club met :hi£ week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Langford In Mercedes. Club guests besides the members were Messrs, and Mesdames Virgil C. Thompson, Waldo Montgomery. Misses Clara Brandon and Hazel ringers. Score favors were presented to Mrs. Ted Snead and Mr. Clarence Ocund. a gift was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Rollan Carr who leave soon to make their home In Vic toria • • • The Mother's club met Wednes day at the Stephen F. Austin audi torium for the last meeting of the scholastic year. Corsages were pre sented to the retiring president. Mrs. W. H. Baxter Jr. and her officers. Mrs Joe Daney, new president, was in charge of the meeting. Reports of all the olficers of the past year were given. Dr. Handley, county health doctor, gave a talk on '‘Immunization,” stressing the lact that all pre-school children should be immunized, as well as the school children. The county nurse, Mrs. Ewing, also spoke on this sub ject. Mrs. Walter Anderson was host ess Wednesday to members ol the Delta Deck bridge club with two guests, Mrs. Oliver Swlnnes and Mrs Jeannette Mauck, present. Mrs. Ra\ Hartness received the favor. Mrs. Jeannete Mauck will enter tain the club at the next meeting. She is a visitor in the city. • • • The W. M. S. met Monday in the church for the regular monthly business session. Mrs. T. L. Smith presided in the absence of the pres ident. Mrs. M. K. Hamner who has resigned. Mrs. Smith read the re quirements to go to the Y.M.CA camp at Rio Hondo in the last week in May. The O. A. leaders gave excellent reports of the work which these organizations are doing. The In termediates will have a bake sale Saturday to raise money to go to camp. Seventeen members were present. The next meeting will be in circles in the church for Bible Study at 3:30 next Monday. • • • Charming among the social ac tivities of the week was a bridge luncheon given by Mesdames W^fio Montgomery. L. R. Clifford and Al ton Clifford, at the home of the latter, complimenting Mrs. Roll an Carr. At the conclusion of play the trophy was awarded, and a tray, decorated In pink and white, filled with lovely gifts, was presented to th-. honor ee. • • • Mrs. Ora Watson and nephew left Monday night for California, where they will visit Mrs. Watson's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Rollan Carr leave this week end for Victoria, where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sherrill, the for mer the retiring Mayor of Weslaoo, have moved to their lovely farm home north of Weslaoo. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williamson are now oc cupying their Weslaco home. Frame straightening, front sys tem aligning. Patteson Motor Go.— SER VICES IN THE CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Weal Levee And Second Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn ing: worship 11 o’clock, sermon by pastor. Christ's Ambassadors meet at 6:30. Evangelistic service 7:45 p. m. A revival campaign will begin Tuesday night May 14. Rev. O. T. Finch patsor of the Bryan church will conduct the meeting. A great revival interest is expected, it is re ported. Rev. John L. Franklin, pastor. • • • IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 1211 Jefferon SL Sunday masses at 5:30. 6:30 and 7:30. There will be a mass for the Sunday School children at 8:30 fol lowed by a short instruction and benediction. There will also be a mass at 9:30 and another, High Mass at 10:30- Thursday evening at 7:30, Holy Hour. Mondays and Wednes days at 4 p. m, doctrine class for children of first communion. Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p. m doctrine class for third communion Confession heard daily before masses, Thursday evening after the Holy Hour. Saturdays from 3 to 6:30 p. m. and from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.. also on the evening and in the morn ing of the First Friday in the month. Weekday masses at 6:30, 7. and 7:30; on First Friday at 6, 7, and 7:30 o’clock.—Rev. Francis Balzoia. O. M. L pastor. • • • FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Elizabeth at Palm Boulevard Sunday School 9:45 a. m — Mr. 8. W. McKenzie, Supt. Special Moth* era Day program In the church auditorium. Morning worship at 11:00—Pre lude, "Allegro”—Stern; Offertory, "Largo” (Gain’ Home)— Dvorak; Anthem, "Across the Years to You, Mother”—Hopkins; Sermon. “Moth er Stands By”—The Pastor; Post lude, • Postlude Pocnposo”*-Schuler. Mr. J. A. Russell, musical director; Mrs. Edward Sea bury, organist. Evening worship at 7:45—Sermon by the Pastor. Special music. The womans auxiliary announce meetings for Monday, 3:30 p. m., as follows:—Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs. Fred Rusteberg. Jr.; No. 2 with Miss Florence Bell; No. 3 with Mrs. G. E. Dodd; and No. 4 with Mrs. Geo. M. Smith. The El Baicos Bib.e class will meet with Mrs. George Wilson Tuesday at seven o'clock for a cov ered dish supper, followed with the business and social hour. The Skinner Memorial Bible class wil. sponsor a joint recital given by the pupils of Mrs. J. J. Van Dyke and Mrs. J. C. Gracey in the Sun day School auditorium Friday, May 17. at 7:30 p. m. We cordially invite you to worship with us Sunday. Mothers Day—un less obligfed elsewhere. Unmet P. Day, Pallor. • • • LUTHERAN CHURCH Services are being held at the Junior high school auditorium every Sunday at 3 p. m. A cordial invi tation is extended to everyone to worship with us. O. E. Schmidt. Pastor. • • • OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE Masses on Sundays at 7:00 and 9:00, on weak days at 6:30 and 7:00; on holidays of obligation at 6:30 and 8:30. Catechism class on Sundays after the second Mass Evening ser vice on Sunday and holidays at 7:30 Every Thursday, holy hour at 7:30 p. m. Confessions heard on Saturday and eve of feast days from 4 to 6 and from 7 to 9.—Rev Francis A. Dupassieux, O. M. I. pastor. • • • FIRST METHODIST CHURCH (Sunday, May 12, 1935) »:45 cnurcn scnooi: c. E. Dodd, uperintendent. E. A. Monsees. As -sLant Supt. 10:40 Morning Worship Service: Prelude, “Marche Religteuse"— Juilmant. Mrs. B. F. Hardin at the xgan. Call to Worship. "The Lord la in iis Holy Temple." by choir. Congregational hymn Apostles Creed. Pastoral Prayer Hymn Anthem. “Hail, O Faithful Mothers”—Sullivan, by choir Responsive reading from the Psalms. Gloria Patrl Announcements Offertonr Solo, (violin with organ accompaniment) ••Romance” from Second Concerto—Wieniawski, by Mr. Henri Plller Sermon. “Mother. Home and Heaven." by the Pastor Congregational hymn Postlude, • PostJude”— Roberta 6:45 Group Meetings of the Church: The Juniors, Epworth Hi, Young People and Young Adults. 7:45 Evening Worship Service (Special Mothers’ Day Program): Prelude, “Traumerei." Schumann. Mrs. Hardin at the organ Congregational hymn, "Faith of Our Motners "—Walton Pastoral Prayer Chorus, "Mother. My Dear”— iTrehame-Newcombe) by the choir Reading, "On Mothers' Day,” by Lrnna Louise Crow Solo, "My Mother's Prayer,"— Weeden. Offertory, “Largo” from New World Symphony"—Dvorak Duet, "Little Mother of Mine”— Burleigh, by Miss Katherine Wor ley and Mrs. H. B. Jeffery. Reading, “Mother and I.” by Billy Faulk. Male Quartet, 'Thank God for Mother”—Freeman, by Emmet Sew ell. Frank Oilmore, Rampo Vasl itfl, E. A. Monsees Musical Reading. "Mother's Bible". Mr. R. W. Sloggett and Mrs. B. F. Hat din. Solo, “My Mother’s Favorite Hymn”—Stulls, Miss Kate Pallor (by request) Congregational hymn. “God be with You til we Meet Again,*— Tomer , Benediction Postlude, “Bong of Gratitude" - Cole. Monday, 3:00 p. m. Circles of the Missionary Society meet as follows; Circle No. 1 with Mrs. C. L. Hunter, El Jardln; Circle No. 3 with Mrs C. H Gregory, 700 E. Washington, Circle No. 3 with Mrs. O. C. Crow, 938 E. Washington: Circle No. 4 with Mrs. Art Goolsby. Los Ebanos; Young Matrons Circle with Mrs Dillon at the home of Mrs. Joe Ingram, 7184 W. Elizabeth. There will be no mid-week ser vice on Wednesday night. The public is cordially Invited to attend all of the above services. O. C. CROW, Pastor. • • • FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday, May 12. 1035 9:30 Office Gathering for Pray er. 9:40 Msln session Sunday school: Homer Russell, Superintendent. 10:18 Moraine worship: Organ Prelude, Doxology and Invocation Response (choir) No. 200 Hymn No. 214. Superintendent’s Report. Hymn No. 13 Offtertccy Anthem (choir) "Consider and Hear Me” Sermon, messages to be brought by Rev. and Mrs. C. T. George, re turned colored missionaries from Liberia Africa. Hymn No. 296. Benediction and Postlude. 6:45 Baptist Training Union, R. T. Kyzar, General Secretary. 7:45 Evening worship; Organ prelude Hymn No. 12 Invocation B. T. U. Secretary Report Hymn No. 46. Ofiertory Anthem (choir) Mothers' Day addresses of 12 min utes each: (1) The Religious Merits of the Oldttme Mother. Mr. C. C. Went*. (2) The Religious Merits of the Modem Mother. Mr. H. L. Faulk. Hymn No. 148. Benediction and Postlude. The evening service will be in the nature cl a Mother's Day program. The music will all be adapted to the occasion, and addresses will be de livered as tributes to the old time and to the modem Mother as ex amples of Christian grace and forti tude. We feel that you will enjoy the messages of these humble servants of the Cross at the morning hour. They will bring thrilling experiences from their labors in the Dark Con tinent. You will also, we feel, enjoy the evening service. The pastor will preside but will not preach.—Oscar Lee Smith, pastor. • • • MEXICAN BAPTIST Between 1st and 2nd. Adams 9:45 a. m Sunday School; 7:80 p na. Evening service; Monday. 7:80 p. m.. Women’s Missionary Soc iety Wednesdays. 7:30 p m.— Eve ning service Friday, 7:30 p m.— Young men's society • • • ALL SAINTS CHURCH (Episcopal) 491 North Reagan Ave. San Benito Rev. W Everett Johnson. Rector. Sunday services: 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. 11 a. m. Morning Prayer and 8er : mon 7:30 p m. Evensong and address. • • • MEXICAN BAPTIST Between 1st and 2nd. Adams 9:45 a. m. Sunday School; 7:30 p. m. Evening service; Monday, 7:80 p. m. Women's Missionary Society Wednesday 7:30 p. m.. Evening ser vice. Friday 7:30 p. m. Young Men s Society. • • • CHI RCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF 1HE LATTER DAY SAINTS lLatin-American Branch) 15th and Polk Streets Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sacred Sacrament at 7:30 p. m. Elders Arvene Cooper and Charles Kern will be In charge of the ser vices There will be a special Mothers’ Day program for the Sunday school. All are cordially invited to be pres ent. • • • SACRED HEART CHURCH Sunday masses at 7, 8. and 10 a. m. The 10 o’clock Mass Is the High Mass, the 8 o'clock Mass for the children, followed by Christian Doctrine classes. Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament Sundays and Holy Days at 7:30 p. m. Daily Mass at 7 a. m. Children s Mass Fridays at 8 a, Confessions. Saturdays, eves of Holy Days and First Fridays. 4-6. 7-9 p. m. Meetings of societies: Children of Mary, first Monday of each month. Parish hall, 7:30 p. m. Sacret Heart Unit, Mrs. Comer, president, first Monday. 3:30. St. Joseph's Unit. Mrs. Pitt, pres* ldent, second Monday, 3:30. St. Anthony's Unit, Mrs. R. E. Wagner, president, third Monday, 3:30. Social and business meeting of all units, Mrs. O. K. Mason, general secretary and treasurer, fourth Mon day. 3:30. Everyone assured a welcome In Our Father's house. • • • CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Corner Palm Blvo. and St. Francis Church school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 10:45 a. m. N. Y P. a 6:30 p. m. Evening service 8:00 p. m. A cordial welcome awaits you at our services. Rev. W. F. Rutherford, pastor. CHURCH OF ADVENT ' (Episcopal) Holy communion 7:30 a. m. Church school and Bible class 9:30 a. m. Morning service and ser mon at 11 a. m. Holy communion on first Sunday in month at 11 a. m.; on Saints days at 7:30 a- m -R. O. Mackintosh, rector. • • • CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES “Adam and Fallen Man" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which wil' be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on 8unday, May 13. 1935. The Golden Text is: “As Mooes lifted up the serpent In the wilder ness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up: that whosoever be lleveth in him should not perish, but have eternal life" (John 3:14,15). Among the citations which com prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol lowing from the Bible: “As in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive" (I Corinthians 15:22). The Lesson-Sermon includes also the following passage from the Christian Science textbook. “Sci ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy: “Through discernment of the spir itual opposite of materiality, even the way through Christ, Truth, man will reopen with the key of divine Science the gates of Paradise which Byou want a Beautiful Complexion REMOVE THAT MASK . . . of pimples, fnefclM and other ■kin blemishes, eas ily and quickly by dally uas of this all* In-one beaut Ifler. Bold everywhere, «0e or die root from o/t Beauty Lo tion Co* Shreveport, La. 0^%&mtu£dun • • ir T' SIa'jT r I human beliefs have closed, and will find himself unflalen. upright, pure, and free" (page 171). • • • CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 14th and Grant Streets Sunday morning Bible study at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Lord's Supper at 11:46 a. m. Even ing Service at 7:30 p. m. Ladles Bible class each Monday at 3:30 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible study Thursday evenings at 7:30. CHRISTIAN* SCIENCE SOCIETY Comer Elisabeth and West tnd St Brownsville. Texas This society is a branch of The Mother Church. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. Mass Sunday school at 9:45 o’clock. Sun day morning services at 11:00. Wed nesday evening testimonial meet ing at eight o’clock. Reading room In church edifice. Open Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Each 8unday afternoon from 3 to 3:15 p. m. a Christian Science radio program ft given over KRGV 1380 kilocycles. • • • MEXICAN METHODIST 13th and Taylor Streets Sunday school at 8:30 a. m Young people’s progiam at 10:45 a m. Mr. Arnoldo Garcia, presi dent Sunday evening service at 5:15 p m.—Rev A Nanes. pastor • • • CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH D. W. McElroy, minister. Sherwood Bishop, Superintendent of Church School. The church school convenes at 9:45, with classes for each age group. Preaching and communion at 10:50. The morning service will be In keep* lng with Mother’s Day. At 5:00 p. m. there will be a special Mother's Day Vesper service. This program Is sponsored by Miss Mar garet MacConachle. director of the Central Christian church choir. This program will consist of anthems, quarette numbers, solos, readings and appropriate scriptures. The en tire public Is Invited to this pro gram In honor of Mothers. Christian Endeavor at 6:45. There will be no evening preaching service. • • • LUTHERAN CHURCH Services are being held at the Junior high school auditorium every Sunday at 3 p. m. A cordial invi tation Is extended to everyone to worship with us. O. E. Schmidt. Pastor. Christian Endeavor Program To Honor Mothers Sunday The Christian Endeavor of the Central Christian church will have a special Mothers' day program Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the church. Vida McMlnn will be leader for th® service. The program will be as follows: prelude; call to worship: song. “Home Sweet Home"; song an. prayer: Scripture reading; spe da' song. Mrs. George Goff; poem. Vida McMinn; “Mutual Responsibil ity ' Sherwood Bishop; song. Juanita and Armena Adams; “Working To gether," Martha Lee 8treet: “To morrow’s Homes." Ruby Harris; “Tribute to Our Mothers.” Vida Mc Mlnn. A very special Invitation Is ex tended to all the mother? who are interested In Christian Endeavor, and all members are urged to be present to enjoy the Interesting program. Joint Service Given Lately In Mercedes __ (Special to Tha Herald i MERCEDES, May 11.— Mrs. Pearl Gilmore of Weslaco, presided at Installation ceremonies for the new ly elected officers of the Weslaco am Mercedes Business »»ui Pro fessional Woman's dubs at a Joint meeting of the two clubs held In Mercedes Thursday night, at a din ner held at the high scnool cafeteria. Mrs Pearl Mestel of the local club wr.s toastmlsiress for the occasion. The program opened with two vocal numbers sung by Ted Moody, ac companied by Mrs. Margaret Firm er. Dance and song numbers were contributed by the visiting club. Little Mary Ann Burton ana Ben gal Scott gave vocal selections. Both were accompanied by Mrs. Scott, club pianist. Mercedes artiste who gave a ballet dance and a tap dance number, were little Oretchen Bauer and Dorothy Qordon, accompanied by Mrs. Parmer. Mrs. Gilmore, the Weslaco pres ident, then installed the officers for the two clubs. Weslaco officers installed were: Mrs. Alma Part, president; Mrs. Nat Howard, first vie president; Miss Lillian Min ter, second vice president; Mrs. Wilma Ggan, recording secretary*; Mrs. Zona Webber, corresponding secre tary. and Miss Bable Baker, treas urer. Officers Installed for the Mercedes ciub included: Mrs. Lellah H. Lyle, president; Mrs. Marguerite Simp son, vice president; Mrs. Ells David, recoidlng secretary; Mrs. Ethel Price Pitta, corresponding secretary, and Miss Minnie Davis, treasurer. Mrs Lyle then announced the appointment of the committee chairman to direct the various phases of the work In the local club for the coming year, as follows: Myrtle Lee, program; Ophelia By ars, finance; Emma Stern, mem bership; Artie Sugg, Grace Mc Le’lan and Mildred Shekell, civic; Nannie Mer Wright, education; Ethel Prloe Pitts, publicity; Eugenia King, magazine; Pearl Mestel, Leg islation; Myrtle Jones, public rela tions; Karlene Robinson Smith, In ternational Relations; Grace Mc Lelan. health; Miss Tally, research; Margaret Parmer, music; Mrs B. J. Latham, flowers; Fannie Tavss, transportation. Mrs. Lyle announced that on the night of May 16. a banquet for the Valley Federation of Business and Professional Women's dubs will be held at El Jardln Hote. in Browns ville. 7:45 p. m. -Skipper’’ Blanche McCombs, first vice president of the State Federation, will be an honored guest. Club members are invited to arrive In Brownsville early for an Informal visit with Mrs. McCombs. Members of the Weslaco club In attendance Thursday night includ ed Mrs. Eva Cressnes Mrs James Joynt Mrs. Pearl Gilmore, Miss Lil lian Minter, Miss Zona Webber, Mrs Nat Howard, Miss Zelda Lang ford. Miss Leah Dobson. Mrs. Nan Cannon, Mias Beatrice Ohls, Mias AUlaon McLane Mrs. Lucy Burton, Mrs. Blanche Wells. • • • Mrs. Hughes Evans was hostess at an afternoon bridge party nam ing Mrs Bill Dailey as honoree. In the games of contract Mrs Oeorge Heron of Weslaco, was high, others lr attendance were Mesdames D. R. Johnson, P. A. Hanahaw, L P. Bol ing Ed Olson, Jack Martin. Fred Gray, ML R. Lawler, Art Tolaoo, Walden Haines, XX J. Knaa m Mr. and Mrs. Bert Onen ante** tamed a few guests at a delightful supper party at their home In Hoi* lywood addition Thursday night* the occasion being the birthday an* niversaries of Mrs. Oreen and her father. Mr. N. M. Pettijohn of La Perla. A large birthday cake form ed the centerpiece for the table and pink roeebuds added to the room decorations Those enjoying the supper were Mr. and sin. Oreen and family. Mr. Pettyjohn and hie twv- sons. Caliery and Carl Petti John, also of La Perla. • • • A pleasant feature of the meet ing of the Baptist Auxiliary at the parsonage this week was a hand kerchief shower for Mrs a O. Owen* wife of the pastor. The preemits tlon of the gifts was made In a novel fashion In connection with the de votional services led by Mm. A. GL Cope. Por each Bible verse reed by Mia. Cone, a handkerchief was presented to the honoree. Entertain ment numbers on the program were violin duets by Charlene Avant and Pauline Baum-Gart, accompanied by Mrs P. L. Avant. Mrs. Owen gave an Inspirational talk and the pro* gram was closed by a prayer by Mrs. Pleet Lenta Members of the Bertha Steel circle were hosts dur ing a social hour. Mra J. C. Potts presided at the business session, i Tl Mrs. A. M. To Ison entertained a group of grown-ups and their small aoiv and daughters, recently, the occasion being the second birthday anniversary or her little eon, Henry Tolaon. The little tots were present ed with favors of live puppies and Ur ballons. Mra D. R Johnson as sisted the hostess in entertaining. Others present were Mrs. Ed Olson and daughter, Cordelia Ann; Mra W. G Greenlee and children. Peggy and Blake; Mra H. D Stuart and son. Billy; Mrs. B. Ripert and son, I Billy Joe; Mrs. 1* A. Clark and son. Robert; Miss Mable Masheter. see The beautiful cantata, "Ruth”, by I Gaul, waa presented to a largo audience here Thursday night at the Methodist church, by the In Perla Community Chorus under the orrectlon of Mrs. Fields. The pres entation was sponsored by the Mer oedes Music dub. one of a number of musical attractions far National Music Week. Valley Students uT ofT. accommodate glrla arriving (or rush week. A list of these places will prob ably be Included In the rush week Invitatons to ruahees. Betty Rockwell, of Brownsville^ who Is senior representative of Al pha Chi Omega sorority to Pan Hel lenic for next year, was present at the meeting. A called meeting will be held next Monday at S o’clock at the Gamma Phi Beta house. • • • Oall McD&vttt of Brownsville waa a guest at the 81gma Nu house fof dinner last Sunday. • • • Henry 8ublett of San Benito, and Morgan Sparks of Harlingen were in Austin last week for the Texaa Junior College Conference golf and tennis tournaments which are held under the auspices of the University of Texas. Sublett and Sparks art students at Brownsville junior col lege. —for the— Graduation Festivities The sweetest fir! graduates will thrill with delight over these dainty evening frocks for the gradu atlonfest 1 v 1 11 e s. Grown up? Quite but not too sophis ticated. rather that youthful style that will bring out all the young beauty. In starched organdies, tissue ginghams, mousselines, and seersuckers, nets and chiffons. A style for every type — and in white, colors, plaids stripes and checks.