Willacy County News (Raymondville, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1935 Page: 4 of 8
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TWA8, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY M. 1M
WOMAN'S PAG E
MRS. MILO i. GLARNBR
Mrs. Mito J. Glarner *u hostess
Friday at a luncheon ta compliment
her mother, Mrs. Myrtle E. Harrison,
and Mn. Jennie Fennel, who are her
house guests. A patriotic theme was
developed in the appointments of the
table, and in the flowers used in
with blue bonnets and red geraniums
were used freely. After the luncheon
• delightful musieal program was
given by Mrs. Wm. Kirch" of New
York, and Mrs. E. B. Burton of this
city. "Rose in the Bud," "Trees" and
"Mighty Lak' a Rose," were Mrs.
Kirch's numbers and Mrs. Burton
sang "Annue Laurie" and "A Dream."
The personnel included Mrs. Jennie
• Pennell, Mrs. Myrtle E. Harrison,
Mrs. J. A. Busch, Mrs. E. L. Bradley,
Mrs. Wm. Kirch, Mrs. E. B. Burton,
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Mrs. S. P. Nielsen and daughters,
Helen, Ruth and Norma Mae, were
visiting friends and relatives in San
Ruth Jane Wilcox, of Harlingen,
spent the week end here with her
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Hammett and daugh-
ter, Nelle, of Santo Rosa, were callers
at the B. 0. Bourne home Sunday.
Ths play, "A Poor Married Man,"
given for the benefit of the Sebastian
Womans Club was well attended.
Twenty-two dollars and eighty-five
cents was realized.
Mr; and Mrs. Hamilton of Primera
were calling on friends here Sunday.
Walter Iverson of Harlingen was
a dinner guc$t at the S. P. Nielsen
Lloyd Whatley of Jena, La., was
a week end guest at the home of
his sister, Mrs. B. 0. Bourne, and
Perry Lokey returned home last
week from a business trip to Shaw-
Id Willacy Ceuaty It's
Miss Belfe Williams ifrho is attend-
ing . «he College of Arta .and Indus-
triegjn Kiwi " "
end. with her
PflÉI Fletcher was a business visi
tor xá- San Benito'.
In*, BocA* Kilter, ¿mÍTOOboii «Ai
Miss Catherine Ray attlhdrfthe reg-
ular meeting of the Lyford Woman's
CIl^s3S2ESn Bridge Club met for
its regular lesson in contract bridge
at the Woman's Building Mondaj
Sherman Oakes has been in a crit-
ical condition at his home east of
town from wounds received when he
was kicked on the head by a mule
The Sebastian Woman's Club will
hold its regular meeting Friday af-
ternoon with Mesdames .Bernice and
Tom Collier as hostesses. The pro-
gram will be "Texas Under. Five
(THE HOWARD MORTUARY
Vmbalming. Complete Service.
The Forty-two pi
given at the
to 28 players.
The Rev. Marlin, pastor of the
First Methodist Church, South, of
Lyford, began a revival meeting here
Sunday. Mr. Harrison of EaBt Texas
b conducting the ^ong services.
Misses Belle Williams, Thelma Nel-
son, Melba McGlothin and Nelle
Spronse were San Benito callers
Miss Cleo Ballard, who is attend-
ing the Junior College in Brownsville,
spent, the week end here with her
The Markoleta Elstner school o
dance held its regular weekly classes
at the Woman's Building Saturday.
Mesdames Davis Woods, Jane Wil-
son, Vera Smith and Donald Wright
held the election here for the Onion
Queen Saturday. Miss Margaret Han-
ning was the only contestant from
Roy Polk was a caller at ths home
ota his cousin,, Alfred 'Pennington,
near Raymondville last week.
Harry King spent the week end in
Mr. and Mrs. King of Primera were
rollers at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Sherman Oakq§, Sunday.
ONION CREAM SOUP
2 tablespoons butter
4 medium sized onions, sliced thin
1 can consomme
2 cups ipUk.
Melt butet^in sauce pan, add the
rltced onions and dtok slowly until
Anions ¿are slighM? -golden, buf not
Browne^. Add the consomme and sim-
mer until the onions are tender-
about S minutes. Then add the milk
and season to taste. Heat tp boiling
point and serve at once. This is a
splendid emergency recipe for a cool
evening when friends drop in. ' =
Mrs. W. F. Walder, Mrs. W. A. Hard-
ing, Mrs. H. H. Dohe, Mrs. A. A.
Lindahl, Mrs. Nellie Akard and Mrs.
I. A. Larson.
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Mrs. C. J. Scott was hostess to the
Blue Bonnet Bridge Club Friday after-
Mrs. R. W. Green and Mrs. F. D.
James played as guests.
Mrs. L. 0. Robbins was awarded
high score prize.
A delicious salad course was served.
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Mrs. F. A. Akard, Mrs. P. D. Harris
and Mrs. N. C. Tracy played for
absent members at the Thursday
Morning Bridge Club at the home o:
vi-". G. E. Bennack.
Mrs. F. L. Humphrey received the
winning score P'^e.^
The Friday Afternoon Bridge Club
Elayed at the home of Mrs. Geo. R.
ochrie. .Included with the club were
Mrs. Harvey Titsworth, Mrs. Percy
Toss, Mrs. N. C. Tracy and Mrs. R. T
Mrs. C. R. Holloway received an
attractive award for top score.
The George Washington motif was
carried out in the tallies ancl the
ielicious plate lunch.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fackelman were
hosts to their club Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Akard and Mrs.
Guenne Klein played for absent mem-
bers and Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Bennack
joined the club.
High scores were awarded to Mrs.
R. F. Robinson and E. J. Sanders, low
score awards went to Mrs. F. L. Hum-
phrey and Dr. Bennack.
A dainty salad course was served.
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The Thursday Afternoon Bridge
Club played at the home of Mrs
E. L. Bull.
Mrs. J. P. Brenner played for an
Mrs. M, H. Dreypr. scored high.
A delicious lunch Was served.
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CACTUS BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Ella Thompson was hostess
to the Cacto > Bridge
FASHIONS IN CROCHET
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crochet in leisure timo.
ym, without charge, if you tend o self-addressed return envelope
bearing a three cent stamp to THE CROCHET BUREAU OP
THIS NEWSPAPER, 522 5th AVENUE, NEW YORK. En-
joy the fun of making, the economy of doing it yourtelf, and the
Pnde of pottestionI
IX — HAND-CROCHET ON A DARK DRESS
Club at the
Women's Club JTuqpday night.
Mrs. M. H. Dreyer, Sr.* and' Mrs.
M. H. Dreyer, Jr. flayed as" substi-
Chicken ¿amalee and- coffee' Wsre
served by the hostess.
JJThe' Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
Club played at the home of Mrs
C. N. Howard. Guests Playing were
Mrs. F. D. James, Mrs. H. L. StPierre
md Mrs. D. B. Rapp.
The hostess served a dainty lunch.
The Club met with Mrs. Gertrude
Humphrey this week.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this method of showing
our thanks to our many friend<? dur-
ing our trouble. Especially do we
thank Dr° Conley. Mr. and Mts. Gray-
son and Billie, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Wilson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel
Williams and their B. Y. P. U.
May God's rishest blessing abide
witli each one of you.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Owen and family.
How money may be borrowed to
improve existing dwellings or tc
finance the building of new homes,
and other points of information were
brought to the County Home Demon-
stration Council Saturday by Geo. R.
Lochrie. local chairman of FHA.
The Finance Committee's report to
allow $35.00 this year for the ex-
penses of scholarships, rally day,
County Fair exhibit booths, trans-
portation of products to state fair,
and secretary, was accepted by the
Two good points recommended by
the Expansion Committee were: 1.
Each club member get in touch with
three non-club members; 2. Help the
Mexican women in her club commun-
ity in food preservation.
The Exhibit Committee urged that
onion for exhibition must be brined.
Study government activities, pres-
ent an instructive talk at every coun-
cil meeting, make its report to com-
missioners and council every four
months—the first report to the com-
missioners falling on April 1, and to
fhe council In May, was reported by
the Educational Committee.
On June 4 Raymondville will be
hostess for the rallv day.
Reports of activities of the clubs
were given by representatives.
The Rotary dinner served by coun-
cil members Feb. 20 netted (7.60.
E. F. Shropshire of the Federal
Land Bank of Houston, returned Wed-
nesday after spending a few days at
the local office with Karl H. Dud-
If you make yourself this double-frill jabot to wear with your first
dark fall clothes, you will have that dressmaker touch which is so
smart, and yet you won't meet yourself at every street corner. It is
really unusual. The stitch Is simple, giving a shell-like effect, and the
atyle Is soft and flattering to the face.
^ Joan Adams
SECRETS OF THE SOUP POT
Sou£ may be ai interesting and
ipexpected fks a trayful of ¡appetizers,
" it is served with the thought of
>ng it so. Sometimes we forget
>w well sóup or consomme serves as
-an appetiser at dinner, because so
many of óúr soups are substantial
with vegetables and barley and really
serve as a orte-dish meal.
The soup you select to begin a
dinner should be a clear thin cream
soup or a transparent bouillon. It
should be garnished for a tempting
appearance the same as the fruit
cup or seafood cocktail you might
serve in its place to spur appetites.
A piece of pimento sieved into a
coupe of consomme makes it almost
as dramatic as a canape spread with
caviar! Try a sprig of parsley in the
cream soup. A clam or other seafood
bouillon will gain color and flavor
from a thin slice of lemon clipped on
the edge of - the dish. No consomme
or soup could be insipid, either, if
served with cheese straws or very
4mall dumplings which are dropped
iiito the soup before serving.
Brown bread croutons are an ex-
cellent garnish for a soup made of
brown stock thickened with yolks of
egg and a little cream.
Onion soup needs a dash of grated
Parmesan cheese to bring out its full
flavor, and by the way, this cheese
sprinkled into each soup plate will
raise the simplest white-stock soup to
The making of croutons is one of
the arts which the French practice so
well. They use close-textured, day old
bread sliced about one-third inch
thick and cut it in diced and fancy
shapes. These are fried to a delicate
golden brown, drained thoroughly in
the oven and served dry and crisp.
Most of us find it easier to toast
these little cubes in the oven.
The French cook has another inter-
esting practice whiqfi keeps his Soup
stock or consomme beautifully clear,
without any loss of flavor. He ties
the enriching marrow bone for soup
in a muslin cloth so that the dark
particles of bones and marrow which
break away during the slow cooking
will not get into the liquid.
The secret of all good soup is per-
fect seasoning. If one will keep on
hand small supplies of a great variety
of spices, such as thynte, marjoram,
savory, bay leaves, peppercorns, stir-K
cinnamon, and celery seed, it will be
found that they need not be neg-
lected. Test and taste your soups
yourself, as you make them, until
you hit upon something delightful
and wholly your own. °
2-3 cup navy beans
1 quart stewed tomatoes
1 quart ham stock
K cup flour
% cup water
V* cup salt
Water to make 5 quarts •
Soak beans over night in enough
water to cover. Drain, cover with
fresh water, add tomatoes, onion
(chopped fine) and salt. Cook until1
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beans are very tender. Heat the
sjtock. Mix flour to a smooth paste
with the water and add to stock.
Cook for thirty minutes. Add the
beans0 and enough water to make $
Miss Audrey McEntyre of Rivera,
and T. C. Corley, son of Mrs. Bell
Corley, were married Friday, Feb. 1.
They are making their home in
Odem. Mr. Corley is working in the
bridge department for the Missouri
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Mrs. G. A. Shawbow and J. R.
McGeehe celebrated their birthdays
with a supper Sunday evening, Feb.
10. Two large cakes with candles
centered the table.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
Kieke and sons, Edd, Alfred, Gus.
Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Krause
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Mc-
Gehee, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mauser and chil-
dren, and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Moore.
Mrs. James Edgington, Miss Veda
Curry and H. L. Curry drove to Rio
Hondo last Thursday to see Mr.
Mrs. M. J. Glarner, Mrs. E. H.
Harrison, Mrs. Jennie Pennell, Mrs.
I.E .Larson and Mrs. C. P. Dayton
were curio shoppers in Matamoros
The women of the Missionary So-
ciety of the Methodist Church will
attend the Cameron-Willacy County
Zone meeting which will be held in
Brownsville, at an all-day session
Wednesday. . .
Mrs. Margaret Pless will conduct
the quiet hour at noon, when Mrs.
Wm. Kirch will sing.
Mrs. A. A. Lindahl will have a pos-
ter display. ^ # #
REVIVAL SERVICES TO
BEGIN SUNDAY NIGHT
Rev. S. C. Dunn, pastor of the
Methodist Church in San Benito, will
begin a two weeks revival service in
the local Methodist Church Sunday
Church of the Nazarene
Sunday, 9:45 a. m., Sunday School.
Sunday 11 a. m., Message.
Evening Service, Y. P. S., 7:00.
Evening Message, '
Program," Wednesday 8 p. m.
W. M. S., Thursday, 2:30.
The Church of the Nazarene
throughout begins a crusade for
souls. The local church will take its
place with the others by observing
March 8 as an all-day of prayer.
One service each Sunday will be
strictly evangelistic. You are invited
:o attend'these services.
D. C. Palmore, Pastor.
The Navy Mothers Club of the
Rio Grande Valley met for their reg-
ular monthly session Sunday at two
o'clock in the I. O. O. F. hall in
After a short business session, a
mock wedding was put on for the
oleasure of Mrs. Kate Haley of Har-
lingen, secretary to the Valjey club,
and E. Morrow, who were married
Thursday, Feb. 14.
The wedding party were Mrs. 0. 0.
Lewis, Ravmondville, bride; C. L
Vernon, Pharr, groom; preacher,
Walter Martin, Alamo: and the flower
girls were Peggy Lewis and Jeneva
After a most elaborate ceremony,
the club presented Mr. and Mrs.
Morrow with a set of silver salad
Delicious refreshments of wedding
cake and coffee were served by the
hostess, assisted by the' flpwer girls.
Music for the afternoon was fur-
nished by the Old Timers'. Music Club.
This was followed by reports of the
Mrs,. J. W. Jones stated that her
son's ship the U. S. S. Cincinnati
rescued six of the men of the wrecked
After the reports the group went
to the studio of KRGV where the
Old Timers put on a progrm.
evening at 7:30.
Victor Harrison, song leader and
young people's worker, will conduct
the young people's work.
Rev. J. W. Allbritten will return
Saturday morning from Little Rock,
Ark., where he has beep attending
the General Missionary Council of
the Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, and will assist in the revival.
All are cordially invited to attend
Yoer ewe drsgg b is author lis
to cheerfvlly rtfuj yoer money
ee the spot if yoe are est re-
lieved by Croo million.
U G H S
First Christian Church
North of School House
Everyone Is Invited To Attend
REV. LESLIE NASH
OWEN D. COX
Phone 57 GUIBoiMing
Willacy County Insurance
I. B. LOE
Post Office Building
Permanent Wave 95c
Shampoo and Set, Dried 50c
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(Ute what Doctora do)
Why do the pwejb usually
regularly aiftf thoroughly, long afla*
a physician has given you treatment
for constipaúonf ' f
Because the ¿doctor gives a liquid
laxative that can always be taken in
the right amount. You can gradually
reduce the doae. Reduced dotage it
I he tecret o) real and taje relief from
Ask your doctor about this. Ask
your druggist how popular liquid
laxatives nave become. The right
liquid laxative gives the right land
ofhelp, and the right amount of help.
When the dose is repeated, instead of
more each time, you take lett. Until
the bowels are moving regularly and
contains senna ana cascara, and
thoroughly without any nelp
The liquid laxative generally used
is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pec ' "
these are natural laxatives that form
no habit •— even in children. Your
druggist has it: ask for—
When a Loved One
Sets Out On the Far Journey
THE HEARTS of those who mourn are comforted by
the sympathy that is silent, and expressed in unobtru-
Sorrow, with fresh memories0 of a dear one's farewell
begs freedom from details, however necessary, of the funeral.
Duddlesten's Mortuary assumes all responsibility per-
forming a sympathetic and gentle service. Our chapel offers
mellow comfort, with equipment that forms a background of
subtle" elegance. % Our charges are very reasonable ar.d arc t!*a
same to all.
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Willacy County News (Raymondville, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 28, 1935, newspaper, February 28, 1935; Raymondville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth184281/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.