Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 6, 1976 Page: 2 of 16
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THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE ? THURSDAY, MA Y 6. 1976
Some eaters like their green
peppers peeled, cooked and
marinated with oil ar.d vinegar
Buy green peppers without any
curvatures and then you can
peel them with a swivel-blade
vegetable peeler- it will re-
move only the thin outer skin
Dizzy Dean compiled a 30-7
record for the 1934 St. Louis
When a merchant ship flies
the signal flag known as Blue
Peter it means it is about to
At Rio Grande Dept.
Store we consider Mom
therefore we have
something for her from the
top of her head to the
bottom of her feet
We have gift ideas for
you to show her you think
she's queen of the kitchen,
dining room, bedroom, or
all of her home.
And if you care to show
her she is "Queen Mom-
ma" we even have CB's.
DEPARTMENT STORE ,
By Tissa Peterson
HERALO SOCIETY EDiTOR
BRIDE-ELECT HONORED-Pictured above at a Tea honoring
Miss Frances Fey Shively, bride-elect of Mr. Victor J Ramon , are
(left to right) Miss Edna Isable Ramon, the honoree, Mrs. Felipe V
Ramon, hostess, and Miss Rebecca Emilia Ramon. The Tea was
held Saturday, April 24, during the afternoon
Make sandwiches of thinly
sliced ham thinly sliced chick-
en or turkey breast and Ched-
dar cheese. Dip the sandwiches
in a mixture of egg and milk or
light cream; fry in butter.
Good served with tart cranber-
ry sauce in 8 small lettuce cup.
Three present New York
Mets pitchers make their win-
ter homes in California.
For That Very Special Day
Give Her A Gift From,
Starr Plaza Shopping Center
Beautiful Bulova Watches
Perfumes By Catchet-Wind Song
Rive Gauche-Yves St. Laurent.
Fine China, Pottery, Sterling
And Many Other Things.
109 E. Mam Rio Grande City
Wishes To Congratulate
Ail The Moms On Their j
For Those Last Minute Shoppers
We're Sure Sure To Have Just What
You're Looking For.
Free Gift Wrap On
All Mother's Day Gifts
"A Gift That Is Treasured
Is A Gift, From The Market Place "
When you are making a Ched-
dar cheese sauce or soup, taste
it before you add salt — no
matter what the recipe directs
You may find that the cheese
you are using adds enough salt
GET RID OF
Nobody really wants to be fat — and
some people need help. Here's a sim-
ple way to lose weight. MONADEX
helps curb your appetite. Vou eat
less — you weigh less' Start your
Monadex reducing plan todav -
you've a new way of life ahead !f
you don't lose that ugly fat — we II
refund your money — no questions
asked. Also try AQUATABS - a
water pill that works gently to help
you lose water bloat.
108 N. Garza
Mail Orders "Filled
New GoBesc Grapefruit
Diet Pill. Eat satisfying
meals and lose weight. Rio
Pharmacy, 108 N. Garza,
Rio Grande City.
TOURS TO MEXICO
THE 110 SKJMIDE HERALD
The KIO GRANDE HERALO. Ro
Grande City Texas is Publ-sned every
Thursday bv R>o Grande Herad
Pubhsn.nq Company, Inc., James V
Mathis President. 31' West Main St-eet
Rene Rodriguez General Manaqer and
Managing Editor Second Class mailing
privileges authorised at *he United
States Post Office at Rio Grande City
Texas, 7858? Subscription Rates in
Starr County s3 per year Outside
Starr County s3.50 pei year. Mailing
Address The Rio Grande Herald p O
Box 452, Rio Grande City, Texas 73582
Telephone Number: 512 487 2819
Tissa Peterson Societj Editor
Advertising Dept. 187-2819
Bene Rodriguez Managing
Kate Douglas Wiggin's writing. "Only One Mother' pro .ides an
appropriate thought for this Sunday, when we will honor those very
special people-our mothers. "Most of all the other beautiful things
in life come by twos and threes, by dozens and hundreds Plenty )f
roses, stars, sunsets, rainbows, brothers and sisters, aunts and
cousins, but only one mother in the whole world '
A program on Yerbas Medicinales was presented by Mrs. J. C.
Ramirez at a meeting of the Rio Grande City Woman's Club held
last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Mabel Sanchez with Mrs George
R. Boyle assisting as hostess. Mrs Ramirez told of the many herbs
and treatments which have been derived through the years and
used for many family ailments. She distributed a printed sheet of
herbs and their uses to the members. An interesting discussion
followed. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. E. L.
I^Grange, first vice-president. The Woman's Club voted to give
two scholarships of $75 each to students planning to attend
technical schools. This is in addition to the $150 English
scholarship which the club traditionally gives. The members
present enjoyed finger sandwiches, pound cake, mints, and orange
sherbet punch following the meeting.
Mr and Mrs. Manuel Guerra have a very special reason to
celebrate this Mother's Day: They are the proud parents of a baby
boy Their son was born on Tuesday, April 20, at McAllen General
Hospital. The family makes their home in Garciasville
Ruben Fuentes has been notified by the Director of Admissions of
Laredo Junior College that he is among the candidates for
graduation at the end of the spring semester. Commencement
Exercises will be held on May 14 at 8:00 p.m. at the Physical
Education Building. Fuentes is the son of Mrs. Elm? G. Fuentes of
Rio Grande City
The Rio Grande City High School graduating class of 1959 will be
having a Class Reunion on Saturday, May 22, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Filemon Garza at Los Garcias. All those of the class of '59
who wish to attend please contact Rose Pena on or before May 17.
Call 487-2110 in the evenings.
Mrs. Joe R. Sanchez, past president of the Rio Grande City
Branch of the American Association of University Women, acted as
installing officer for the Association's newly elected officers. The
installation was held at a dinner meeting at El Rancho Grande in
Miguel Aleman, Mexico, to honor the outgoing and incoming of-
ficers. Installed were Miss Emma Vera, president; Mrs. ismael
Pena, first vice president; Mrs. Arnold Vale, second vice
president; Mrs Mabel G. Sanchez, secretary; and Mrs. Imelda G.
Munoz, treasurer. A rose was presented to each officer, and a
president's pin will be presented later to the outgoing president,
Miss Margarita Trevino The members enjoyed cocktails and a
delicious dinner. The new Board of Directors announced a summer
meeting to plan for next year's activities
It's a boy Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs Jose Pina on the birth
of a son TTie new addition to the Pina family arrived on Saturday,
April 24, at McAllen General Hospital The family lives in Rio
Daniel Garza of Rio Grande City was among seven agriculture
students at Texas A&I University in Kingsville who were recently
presented the American Society of Animal Science undergraduate
scholarship award in recognition of their scholastic achievement
The awards were made during Aggie Roundup activities held at
A&I. Also honored were Harold Bobbitt of Sinton. Mauricio
Pachecoof El Salvador, Central America, Frank Santos and Larry
Mokry of Corpus Christi. Jerry Lewis of San Vntonio. and Edwin
Franke of Orange Grove.
Congratulations are in order for Mr and Mrs Miguel Mireies'
They are the proud parents of a bab\ girl. Their daughter was born
at McAllen General Hospital on Sunday, April 25 The Mireies
family resides in Rio Grande City
Joe R Sanchez Jr. was among thirty Sul Ross students named to
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities during the
Annual Awards Night Ceremonies at Mountainside '.'afeteria on
April 27, 1976. Joe, the son of Mr and Mrs. Joe R Sanchez of Rio
Grande Citv, was also named as the Outstanding Man Physical
Education Major during the awards ceremony
The U.S. celebrated its first official Thanksgiving in 1~77—
not in honor of the Pilgrim event but to celebrate the de-
feat of British Gen. .John Burgoyne.
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Rodriguez, Rene. Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 6, 1976, newspaper, May 6, 1976; Rio Grande City, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth194558/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rio Grande City Public Library.