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Marriage Of
Valley Pair
Solemnized
! (Special to The Herald >
McALLEN, May 28.—A wedding
Of much interest to many Valley
i friends was solemnised Friday night
1 when Miss Marguerite Gibbs and
Mr. Clarence C. McDaniel, Jr., were
united in marriage at the home o1
Mrs. Bess A. McDaniel in McAllen.
The Rev. Dr. J. W. Gates, grand
father of the groom, performed the
ceremony and the wedding ring
which was worn by the late Mrs.
Gates, the groom's grandmother,
added fitting tradition to the mar
riage.
Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel left Sat
uidiy night for Monterrey, Mexico,
where they will enjoy a brief wed
u~*g ki ip a at- couple will be at home
' in McAllen this week.
Mrs. McDaniel is the daughter
of Mrs. Marguerite Gibbs of McAl
len and has made her home here
for eight years. She was graduated
from McAllen high school in 1989
and later attended Edinburg junior
college She was a leader in school
dramatic circles for a number of
J years and has been an outstanding
member of the younger social set in
the city throughout her residence.
During recent months she has been
employed as secretary to Thornton
Thacker, manager of the Guaranty
, Mortgage company in McAllen.
Mr. McDaniel has lived in Mc
Allen for the past 15 years. He at
tended public schools here for a
number of years and was graduated
, from McAllen high school in 1928.
| Later he attended Schreiner insti
tudfc at Kernille for a period of two
f years and then was a student at the
f University of Texas. He is a mem
ber of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
> For the past four years he has serv
ed as business manager of the Mc
I Allen Daily Press and is one of the
leading young newspaper men of the
Rio Grande Valley.
• • •
The home of Dr. and Mrs. J. G.
\ Harrison was attractive recently
with bouquets of pink roses when
f members of the Pueblo Bridge club
and Mrs. McCocl of Louisiana, guest
for the occasion, were entertained
with a dinner-bridge.
• # •
The regular meeting of the Thurs
day Contract Bridge club was held
! at the home of Mrs. Everttt J. Moore
this past w?eek.
• • •
Mrs. P H. Lee entertained mem
bers of the Play-Rite Bridge club
It with a delightful hospitlity recent
t 5y when the high score in the games
P was won by Mrs. E. D. Mathis.
' •
F Announcement of the engage
ment and approaching marriage of
Miss Elanor Manning, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Manning of
i McAllen, to Russel Donovan Arm
strong of Mission, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Armstrong of Kansas City,
was made recently when Mrs Man
ning and Mrs. Clayton Wipder.
mother and sister respectively of
tne bride-ele«. gave an announce
ment luncheon at the Manning
home.
Pink gladiol:. interspersed with
fern ar.d flanked by pink tapers set
for twelve guests: Mesdames Harold
Leafcc'l, Knox Kyler. W. W. Jones.
Russell Dodds, Herbert Gabbert.
Conner Hartin. Pat Eubank. E. E.
Casey, Chauncey Cook. Donald Webb
> oi Mission. Virgil Tucker.
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Y.—AdV.
rived in McAllen, Friday night to
make their home in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dillinger
will leave in about a week for Mis
Eouri, where Mr. Dillinger w*ill at
tend Missouri university this sum
mer
Miss Erlene Duke left Saturday
for Kingsville to visit relatives dur
ing the summer. She graduated from
T. C. A. I., Kingsville, with the
June class.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bender. St.
Paul. Minn., are visitors in McAllen.
Miss Elizabeth Alley left Satur
day for Austin, where she will visit
her mother and attend the Uni
versity of Texas this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boucher have
returned home from a month s visit
to points in Oklahoma.
Mrs. E. F. Hoffman. Mrs. Frank
Powell of Mission, Mrs. Bon H.
Smith of McAllen and Mrs. Reader
ol Pharr will leave Wednesday
morning for Los Angeles, Calif.
Miss Gladys Sedwick left Satur
day for her home in Corpus
Chnsti. where she plans to spend
ihe summer. She is a member of
Uk high school faculty in this city.
Mrs. O. D. Quillen. Weslaco, was
a visitor Friday afternoon in Mc
Allen.
Newman Smith will leave Sun
day for Austin to attend the Uni
versity of Texas this summer.
Miss Mary Elsie Beasley left Sat
urday for Ennis. Texas to visit rel
atives; later she will attend North
Texas State Teachers college at
Denton.
Mrs Margaret Whitney and sons
left Saturday for Sapulpa. Okla
homa. where they will visit rela
tives and friends during the sum
mer.
Miss uuoyi ijeawiCK wui repre
sent the McAllen Business and Pro
.essional Women's club at the state
convention at Mineral Wells June
6. 7 and 8.
Miss Lillian Bell left this week
end for Santa Rosa, where she will
visit her parents.
Miss Clara Dollahite, Miss John
nie Laughlin. Miss Margaret Miller
and Miss Pern Fugate left Saturday
by motor to Join the Eastern omni
bus tour at Wichita, Kansas The
tour will include many interesting
points in the East and Canada and
will last about six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs JoJjn Gregory left
Saturday for 9an Marcos to at
tend ex-students association activ
ities there.
Miss Louise Ellis left the first
of the week for her home in Kings
ville, where she will spend the sum
mer.
Laune Callicutt left this week
end for San Antonio to visit his
father and mother.
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AUXILIARY MEETING
The Auxiliary to the V. F W will
meet Tuesday night at the V. F. W.
hall for an important business
meeting. Members are urged to at
tend.
Doctors say that poor milk is bet
ter than no milk, but Grisham's
Pasteurized milk is the best and
safest—Adv.
Students Give
Program For
Association
The children of the Washington
Park school of which Mrs. Annie S.
Putegnat is principal, entertained
the members of the Parent-Teacher
association of the school recently.
The program was as follows: Re
j citation, Gloria Farias; playlet.
Shirley Sommers, Eliaeo Rangel, and
Consuelo Garcia; reading. Laura
Gonzales; songs by the first grade
classes of Miss Josephine Casta n
, ( da. Miss Sophie Lozano, and Mrs.
Maurice Pipkin; reading. Ninfa Lo
i>ez; reading. Roberto Arnago. songs,
by first grade classes o! Mrs. L. L.
Kemmy. and Miss Anna Cora Petz.
Reading. Juanita Baker; reading.
F.mesto Martinez; songs by the sec
ond grade classes of Miss Sarah Sha
piro and Mrs. Rolland McKee; read
ing. Maria Jesus Ramon; reading.
Maria Santc« Davila; songs by the
: third grade classes of Mrs. C. G. Fos
ter and Mrs Dan Fowler; reading.
\licia Gonzales; reading. Carlos Cis
j neros.
Songs, by the third and fourth
grade classes of Miss Dorothy More
and Mrs. Cora C. Butts; reading.
Ana May Puente; reading. Dodar.im
Martinez; song by the third grade
classes of Mrs. Bolton and Mrs. Lu
j cile Bog g an
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Kitchen Shower And
Bridge Has Two For
Hostesses Monday
HIm Rachel Pierce and Mrs Dan
Fowler entertained Monday evening
at the home of the former on Levee
street, honoring Miss Elizabeth Rcwe.
bride-elect of Saturday. The event
was In the form of a kitchen show
er and bndge.
The rooms given over to the af
fair were attractive with artistic ar
rangements of white oleanders and
fern.
During the games of bridge. Miss
Gladys Trimble was presented with
the score trophy and Mrs Clarence
Bennett with the second award
Both presented them in turn to the
honoree.
Among those present besides the
honoree were Misses Corinne Wal
ton. Anna Mae Walton. Lorene
Whitten. Anastaeia Brav. Virginia
Fenwick. Gladys Trimble. Peggy
Lamberton. Mesdames Clarence Ben
nett. Jack Todd and H Austin Elli
son. the latter of Falfurrias.
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RETURNS PROM TRIP
Miss Anna Mae Walton who has
been visiting her brother. Lieut. R.
L. Walton and Mrs W'alton. in
Galveston, for the past two weeks,
has returned to her home in
Brownsville.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
O. K. MAYO
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1105Vi ELIZABETH ST., — OVER AZIZ BROS.
Bride-elect Is
Honored With
Tea Shower
life* Ehabeth Rowe, whose mar
riage to Mr. Jack Wiech has been
announced lor Saturday, June 1, was
Honored with a pretty tea and show
er Saturday afternoon between the
hours of 5 and 7 o'clock at the heme
of Mrs. Herbert D. Seago in L06
tsounov. The ah air had for hostesses
Mrs. Seago, Mrs. Louise C. Perkins,
Mrs. Ralph L. Buell, Mrs. Robert W.
Fenwick, and Mrs. H. Austin Ellison,
the latter of Falfurrlas.
Guests were received by Miss
Rowe, Mrs. John S. Rowe, mother
of the bride-elect, and the hostesses.
The honoree wore an attractive gown
of white eyelet organdie over blue,
made on long lines and trimmed with
ruffles of the white organdie. With
the costume she wore a sash corsage
of pink rosebuds.
Mrs. Seago wore a white organdie
with embroidered dots of yellow,
made on shirtwaist style. Mrs. Rowe
was in figured blue and white or
gandie, also made on shirtwaist
style; Mrs. Perkins was in flowered
chiffon; Mrs. Fenwick in white or
grandie; Mrs. Ellison in blue with
pink accessories, and Mrs. Buell
was especially handsome in a lace
afternoon gown of a deep ashes of
roses shade. All wore corsages of
phlox in varied tones.
Assisting about the house were
Misses Mary Frances Seago. Dons
McKay, Eliabeth Anne Tandy. Cor
inne Walton. Virginia Fenwick,
Peggy Lam be rum and Mrs. Clar
ence Bennett who wore pretty sum
mer frocks in pastel shades. They
wove corsages of phlox also.
In the dining room, Mrs. Dick
Strama. sister of the groom-elect,
presided at the punch bowl during
the first hour, and Miss Virginia
Skinner during the second. The tea
dainties were served from a table
laid with lace and centered with an
arrangement of white oleanders with
fern in a low bowl. Elsewhere about
the house were bowls and vases of
the white oleanders and fern carry
ing out the chosen color scheme of
green and white. In the bedroom,
where the gifts were on display, the
room was made attractive with a
profusion of pink rosebuds.
Callers during the tea hours were
entertained with musical selections
by Miss Virginia Fenwick at the
piano. The guest ILt numbered near
ly a hundred.
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News, Notes
Of Del Mar
(Special to 1>.e Tl*rald>
DEL MAR. May 28 —Mr and Mrs
A. P. Pohlman of Natoma. Kansas,
arrived Sunday for a visit at Del
Bar beach resort.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L Kowalski and
Mr and Mrs J. T. Jefferds. all of
Brownsville spent a delightful week
end at Del Mar cottage Bernice Ko
walski. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Kowalski enjoyed the visit with
them.
Mr and Mrs Da.de Hiester and
family of Mission arrived Sunday
to spend a week at Del Mar cot
tages.
Mrs. T. E. Butts and family of
La Peria enjoyed Saturday and
Sunday at Del Mar resort.
A pleasant week-end was enjoyed
by Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Webb and
l>artv of Mission.
H. L. McBraid and party of Har
lingen were at Del Mar over the
week-end
Mr and Mrs. J. B Alderdice of
Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. Forest W
Runnels and Mr. and Mrs J. T Sel
lers of San Bento spent a pleasant
week-end at Del Mar beach.
L. F. Webber and party of Wes
laco armed Saturday to spend the
week-end
Mr. and Mrs M P Polhemus of
Mission spent the week end at Del
Mar.
Mr and Mrs. P F Dominv spent
the week-end at Del Mar cot
tages.
Dr and Mrs R H Montgomery
are the guests of Mr and Mrs
Marvin Hall and children of
Brownsville They are spending
several days at Del Mar cottages
Dr. Montgomery is from te Uni
versit yof Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dulaney of
Brownsville spent Friday and
Saturday at Del Mar beach resort
Mr and Mrs. Robert O'Bryan of
Brownsville we*e guests at Dei Mar
cottages over the week-end.
Dr T. O. Walton, president of A
& M College, is visiting with his
i daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
' Mrs Frank E Bortle. Mr Bortle
| is dean of Brownsville junior col
lege and high school princi]>al. The
group spent Sunday and Monday
at Del Mar.
Marriage of Local
Pair Made Known
By Bride’s Aunt
Word lias been received here from
Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Valdez of Mc
Allen of the marriage of the lat
ter's niece. Miss Consuelo Champion,
of Brownsville, to Mr. Ramon Hi
nojosa. also of Brownsville. The oe
remony was performed by Justice of
the Peace Antonio Barred a. The
young couple will make their home
in McAllen.
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Kiwanians to Hear
Convention Reports
<8i*ctal to The Herald!
SAN BENITO. May 28—Reports
on the international convention
held at San Antonio last week will
be had at Wednesday s meeting of
the Kiwanis club.
Last week the club postponed its
regular meeting until Friday to en
tertain sidetrippers from the con
vention but the Wednesday meet
ings will be resumed this week
See the new Simmonds Studio
couches now on display at Border
land Furniture Co —Adv.
Returns to Visit
Mrs. Henr> M. James of Hudson.
N. Y., known to the Valley as the
former Blanche Jones, one of the
owners of the Brasher-Jones es
tablishments at Harnngen and
McAllen, is In the Valley on a
combined business and pleasure
trip. Mrs. James will be in Har
lingen and McAllen for the next
two weeks.
Honored With
Shower Event
Miss Sarah Siiapiro entertained
Saturday afternoon at a pretty af
fair honoring Miss Iola Rosa, whose
marriage to Mr. W. Hugh Biggs, will
take place Wednesday. The event
took the form form of a bridge and
linen shower.
Games of cards were enjoyed dur
ing the afternoon. Later the honoree
was escorted to the dining room
where a large bell hung lrom the
ceiling. Attached to the bell were
ribbons with the opposite ends be
ing fastened in various places about
the room where the many gifts were
hidden.
Intimate fnends of Miss Rose
were among those present.
Miss Rose is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Joe R. Rose of Harlingen.
She has been a teacher in the
Brownsville school system for several
years and has many friends in
Brownsville.
Mr. Biggs has been a resident of
Brownsville most of his Ufe and is
connected with the Pan-American
Airways.
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Electrified Map Is
Made by Children
Of School Here
The pupil* of the high fourth
class of the Washington Park school
of which Mrs. Anme S Putegnat
is principal entertained their
mothers recently with a program of
class activities. The class, of which
Mb. Cora C. Butts is teacher, pres
ented an electrified map of Browns
ville that the student* had made
and told stories ol many interest
ing places in the vicinity.
Among thee hildren who gave ac
counts of points of interest were
Frank Jones. Elena Garza. Juanita
Reyes. Olga Zavate. Ninfa Cervantes,
Margarita Garcia-Gomez, Ruth Ca
vazos, Carlos Nenque, Eugenia
Garza. Paul Trevino. Jose Salas,
Blanca Gloria Gutierrez, Mana Ol
vera.
Ofelia Maldonaldo. Ernesto Mor
ales, Maria Bstela. Ramos, Daniel
V llano. Carle* Preciado, Carmen
Acosta. Trinidad Arizmendi. Jose
phine Resendez, Johnnie Allgood.
Salvador Salazar, Ernestina Mar
tinez. Rebeca RevueIta. Delia Mar
tinez, and Lilia Avangua.
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Last Meeting Held
Bv Federation Of
Churches Friday
The Brownsville Federation of
Churches met Friday afternoon at
the Baptist church with the presi
dent. Mrs. F E. Morris, presiding
Splendid reports were given from
all of the church societies.
Mrs. Jim McFall was endorsed to
take the place of Mrs. W. S. Harvey
who is on the social service com
mittee, and who is leaving soon to
make an indefinite visit with her
daughter in Florida
Following the business meeting.
Mis* Virginia Fenwick entertained
with some piano selections and Miss
Hilda Collins gave several enjoyable
readings.
This was the last meeting for the
year of the Federation. The next
meeting will be held the fourth Fri
day in September.
Pie Supper Will Be
Held at Parsonage
On Friday Evening
The Epworth League of the First
Methodist church is having a pie
supper Friday evening at 7:45 p. m
The affair will be held on the lawn
of the parsonage. The girl mem
bers of the League are to bring pies,
and the boys are to purchase them
All Leaguerers are especially urged
to be present.
Says Cardui Relieved Pain
' For several years, when just a
girl, I suffered severe pain and I
took Cardui then with beneficial
results," writes Mrs. Blanche De
Witt. of Poca. W Va. “Later in
life, I suffered again and some
times would have to go to bed. I
knew that I should take something
for this condition. Cardui stopped
all this, trouble that I had been
having. ' It regulated me and X do
not have any pain.’'
Build up with the help of Cardui
to overcome functional menstrual
pain. Thousands of women testify
Cardui benefited them. If it does
not benefit YOU. consult a phy
sician.
Annual Picnic
Held by Club
At Port City
The Literature and Arts Review
held its annual picnic Friday at the
Hotel Brazos in Port Isabel with a
sea food luncheon.
Following the delicious luncheon.
Mrs Joe K Wells read a paper
written by Mrs O. B. Sutton on
• Present Day Forces in Mexico.
The paper was splendid, and show
ed a great deal of time, thought and
study had gone into its composition.
It covered the present day situation
in Mexico and showed research
into past history.
Following the program the mem
bers of the club held the election
of officers for the ensuing club year.
Mrs. R. a. Porter was re-elected
president. Other officers elected
were Mrs Burnell N. Goodrich,
vice president; Mrs. Thurman A.
Kinder. Jr., secretary: Mrs. C. S.
Eidman. treasurer; Mrs Joe K
Wells, corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Wells is also chairman of the
program committee, and other mem
bers of the committee are Mrs
Burnell N Goodrich and Mrs. C. 8.
Eidman. Mrs. Rufus Ransome is
chairman of the membership com
mittee with Mrs. Lawrence Brady
and Mrs. Wins hip Hodge as mem
bers.
After the business session, the club
members enjoyed bridge games
during the afternoon. The next and
final meeting of the year will be in
the form of a musical at the home
of Mrs James L. Abney at 10 o’clock
Tuesday morning.
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McAllen Couple Is
Honored W ith Tea
PI vent by Parents
(Special to The Herald)
AUSTIN, May 28.—Mr. and Mrs.
W T. Decherd entertained at an in
formal tea Saturday evening honor
ing their daughter. Mrs. Harold Les
lie Lemburg, of McAllen, and to in
troduce Mr. Lemburg to Austin
friends. This is Mrs Lem burg's first
visit home since her marriage
Assisting the hosts in receiving
were Dr. and Mrs George M De
cherd. Mr. Ben Decherd of Dallas.
Miss Mary Decherd. Mrs J H
Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. H S
Jenkins of Bastrop. A group of close
friends and sorority sisters of the
bride composed the rest of the house
party.
Spring flowers were used about the
home with green candles and a
mound of blossoms used for the
lace-covered tea table. Pink candles
were used In the living room.
Announcement Made
Of Engagement Of
Miss Martli a Butts
Mrs Cora E. Butte announces the
engagement and approaching mar
riage of her daughter. Muss Martha
Jane Butts, to Mr. Otto Netlsen. of
Port Worth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peder Neilsen of Alamo. The mar
riage will take place in Fort Worth.
June 17.
Mki Butts has been a student at
Texas Christian University for the
past year, and has been secretary in
Dean Colby Hall’s office in addition
to her school work. She plans to
continue her studies after her mar
riage.
Mr. Neilsen is dean of men at
Texas Christian.
The couple plan to visit Browns
ville for a short time alter their
marriage.
I CALENDAR
WEDNESDAY
The Lucky 13 will meet with Mrs.
Norman Wilson.
Joyce Goforth will entertain the
Little Women.
Cameron County Home demon
stration clubs encampment at Y
W C. A. camp in Bio Hondo.
Th« Wednesday Tournament will
meet with Mrs. Milton Wentz.
Mrs R C Moms will entertain
the Wednesday Bridge.
The ladies of the Centra! Christ
ian church will serve a Penny Sup
per
Frances Leighton Dashiell's En
chanted Oirden on the Capitol
Theatre stage.
Laura Wheeler Designs
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*ork. N Y —Adv.
Circles Have
Conferences
Separately
The Women’s Missionary Union
of the First Baptist church met
Monday afternoon in separate
circles, the Lottie Moon and Mew
shaw circles meeting together at
the home of Mrs. George Hillyer
with 16 members present.
Mrs. Landreth and Mrs. Kyzar
taught the Bible lesson from the
book of Daniel. Follow ing a short
business session. Mrs Hillyer serv
ed a salad course.
Mrs. J. P. Glenn was hostess to
members of the Irene Stephens'
circle with ten members present, j
The meeting was opened with a
prayer by Mrs. Fritz Schmidt. The
| Scripture lesson was given jy Mrs.
A. R King from Luke The circle
will meet with Mrs, Glenn. June
24 to study the mi.vuon book. -The
Desire of All Nations." The hostess
served an ice course at the close of
j the study lesson.
The Lucille Reagan circle met
| with Mrs. William Cabler, Jr., at
the home of Mrs. William Cabler,
Sr., with 12 members, two new mem
bers, and one visitor present. The
circle planned the program for the
missionary meeting that will be
held June 10 The hostess served a
refreshment plate.
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