Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 19, 1977 Page: 2 of 10
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Styles, Then And Now
Is Woman's Club Topic
"Styles, Back Then Until
Now," was the program
topic of the Woman's Club of
Rio Grande City at their May
meeting in the home of Mrs.
G. A. Garza. The program,
under the Performing Arts
Division of the Arts Depart-
ment, was presented by Mrs.
Garza and Mrs. Alfonso
The speakers were in-
troduced by Mrs. John H.
Hinojosa, who began with
the words of a familiar song,
"Those were the days, my
friend. We thought they'd
never end. For we were
young forever and a day."
Mrs. Perez opened with a
definition of fashion, "the
prevailing mode or
customary style in dress,
especially the mode of style
favored by the dominate
circles of society. A person is
fashionable who conforms
and chooses her clothes for
quality attractiveness, and
"hie speaker then gave a
brief history of style sand -
fashions, stating, "In the
1840's in Paris, an English-
man, Charles North, began
designing fashions for
women, thus the birth of
couture came about in the
Napoleonic Empire when the
House of North designed
silken crinolines for the
aristocracy with much
The crinoline gave way to
the princess-style dress and
the sheath. In the early
twentieth century, more
Paris designers were
creating original custom-
made fashions in their own
salons. Since 1929 they have
featured a ready-to-wear
line which is sold in
boutiques and large
department stores. By now
designing has become In-
Mrs. Perez then gave a
description of the fashion of
each decade beginning with
the 1920's, including dress,
hat, hair, shoes, jewelry, and
even perfumes. We have
seen many of these changes
and participated as the life
styles of women have
Mrs. Garza modeled
several costumes, hats, and
shoes of the 1940's and 1950's.
In a business meeting
presided over by Mrs.
Garza, President, Mrs. John
H. Hinojosa was recognized
as a new Life Member of the
Rio Grande Valley
Federation' of Women's
Clubs. The honor was
bestowed on her during the
annual Spring Convention
held here on April 26. Also
honored was Mrs. R. R.
Guerra, who received a
plaque for her award-
winning program on In-
ternational Affairs, In-
ternational Hostess Division.
The Jonathon Livingston
Seagull Award was received
for this program.
Following the program,
the hostess served delicious
refreshments to the sixteen
MAY 28 WEDDING SET-Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. Saenz
of Rio Grande City announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ana Laura, to
Hector Ramos, son of Mr. and Mrs. Juan Ramos of
Corpus Christi. The couple have set May 28 as their
wedding date. The marriage will take place at the
Immaculate Conception Church in Rio Grande City at
10:00 a.m. The bride-elect is a 1974 graduate of Rio
Grande City High School and is a senior at Texas A&I
University in Kingsville. Her fiance graduated from
Calallen High School and is also a senior at Texas A&I.
liy Tissa Peterson
The Oriental cuisine for the International Luncheon
sponsored by the Florence J. Scott Study Club recently
featured a delicious meat and vegetable medley boiled
in chicken broth in a fascinating utensil called a "Hot
Pot." The Hot Pot, similar to a fondue pot, is heated by
coals dropped down inside it. Very popular in Korea
and Japan, the utensil may be used to cook just about
anything. The committee who prepared the Oriental
food prepared shrimp, chicken, beef strips, pork,
broccoli, mushrooms, and onions. The delicious result
was served over steamed white rice, very popular in
the Oriental countries and served with each meal as
potatoes are in many parts of our country. To top this
off, they served french fried strawberries and a tart
and tingly cranberry punch.
French Fried Strawberries
by Linda Calhoon
Several cups strawberries, cleaned and cut up; IV2
cups sifted all purpose flour; 2 tsps, baking powder; %
tsp. salt; 1 beaten egg; 1 cup milk.
Sift together the flour, baking powder, and salt.
Combine eggs, milk, and strawberries. Add to dry
ingredients. Mix just till flour is moistened. Drop
batter from tablespoon into deep, hot fat. Fry until
golden brown, about three minutes. Drain on paper
towels. Coat with powdered sugar.
Cranberry Party Punch
by Karen Peterson
8 cups cranberry juice, 4 cans frozen limeade or
lemonade; 6 cans water; 2 quarts ginger ale; Mix
together and serve chilled. Makes 35 to 40 servings.
RIO PHARMACY NO. 2
MIGUEL "MIKE" HINOJOSA
MIGUEL HINOJOSA IS A REGISTERED
PHARMACIST FROM RIO GRANDE CITY
HE IS A GRADUATE OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
For All Your Pharmaceutical Needs
Go By Rio Pharmacy No. 2
THE RIO GRANDE HERALD
THURSDAY, MAY 19,1977
JUNE WEDDING PLANNED-Jovita Barrera and Carlos S. Gonzales have set June
11 as their wedding date. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C.
Barrera of Falcon Heights, and her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Gon-
zales of San Benito. The couple will be wed at the Immaculate Conception Church in
Rio Grande City at 5:00 p.m. Jovita is a graduate of Roma High School and Pan
American University and is presently working towards her Master's Degree at Texas
A&I University.Carlos, a SanBenito High School graduate, received us B.S degree
from Texas A&I University.
Rio Schools Adopt
Philosophy And Goals
On Tuesday, May 10, 1977
the Rio Grande City School
Board of Education passed a
Resolution adopting a
Philosophy and Student
Development Goals. These
are the first phase of the
In Sept. 1976 the School
Board set up a committee to
develop them. Members of
the committee are Efrain H.
Garcia, Ruben Saenz,
Rodolfo C. Salinas, Rene R.
Lopez, Ricardo Gonzalez,
Ruben Chapa, Ninfa
Escobar, Minerva Alaniz,
Charles Christesson, J.M.
Ixingoria, Ricardo Reyes,
Silvestre Gonzalez, Paula de
la Cruz, Enrique Gonzalez,
Petra Bazan, Diane Shaffer,
Olga Montalvo, Alfredo
Vela, Araceli Olivarez,
Illeana Chapa, Bias Chapa,
Eladio Carrera, and Jose
established the philosophy,
"The Rio Grande City
School District is committed
to provide an equal op-
portunity for students to
learn the basic skills needed
as responsible and
productive citizens in
society. The school per-
ceives its students as unique
individuals having an
inherent right to be treated
with dignity and respect. In
this environment they will
develop an understanding of
the United States, its
processes, their historical
evolution as well as other
world social, economic,
political and ideological
growth, the student shall
develop an understanding of
personal hygiene, nutritional
needs, the environment,
and physical and mental
The school, being a
reflection of a multicultural
community, has the
responsibility to foster an
appreciation of those
The school shall meet its
to the community and its
legal obligations. It shall act
as a complimentary age.it in
providing the appropriate
educational environment to
meet each student's needs."
guidelines include in-
Knowledge and the
technique of acquiring and
using it are fundamental to
any facet of education.
The student should acquire
the basic fundamentals of
reading, writing and arith-
metic in the elementary
grades; progress through
higher studies in English,
mathematics, science and
Social Studies through the
secondary grades; develop
skills in the logical processes
of search, analysis,
evaluation and problem
solving; develop competence
in continuous self-evaluation
and self-instruction; and
develop the understanding
and skills for furthering his
Economic and occupation
competence: The acquisition
of basic skills are necessary
to achieve economic and
The student should
develop an awareness of his
career abilities and talents;
develop skills which will lead
to gainful employment;
develop the ability to carry
out instructions; develop the
ability to work by himself
and with others; acquire a
basic understanding of
major economic systems;
and acquire a basic un-
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derstanding of personal
finances and budgeting.
Citizenship and political
understanding and com-
petence: Knowledge, un-
derstanding and the ability
to evaluate comparative
political systems is fun-
damental to participate in a
The student should:
Acquire the knowledge and
skills to develop into a
responsible person; acquire
an understanding of the
major forms of government;
acquire an understanding of
our state and national
constitutions and govern-
mental processes; acquire
knowledge of our local
government and heritage;
and develop an awareness of
minorities who have made
Physical and en-
vironmental health and
ecological balance: Sound
personal and environmental
health labits are essential.
The student should develop
an understanding of health
factors which contribute to
good health, personal
hygience, good nutritional
habits and physical fitness;
participate in team and
individual sports and
develop other recreational
skills for the enjoyment of
leisure time; and acquire a
knowledge of health
hazards; and the
between man and his en-
Competence in personal
and social relations Un-
psychological and cultural
factors affecting human
behavior are essential in
society. The student should
develop skills in self-
discipline; develop skills in
and develop skills to adjust
mentally and emotionally to
a changing society.
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By Tissa Peterson
HERALD SOCIETY EDITOR
•<y "OOO • •&—
This week is being observed as Soil Stewardship
Week, dedicated to the preservation of our earth and
its resources. The theme "When We Care" is reflected
in this beautiful poem, "Consider Why You Care."
"Why do you care about the place where you live? -
"Why do you care about the place where you live? Why
lend a hand when you've something to give? It's the
sense of belonging; a matter of heart, It's the con-
science within you that says: 'do your part!' Why do
you care whether your child grows strong, Or learns
the difference between right and wrong? It's the deep
inner feeling we sometimes call love That was born
within you and comes from Above. Why do you care
about a neighbor's sorrow, Or join in working for a
brighter tomorrow? It's the spirit of grace; your God-
given soul; It's the love without which no man is whole.
Why do you care about the Commandments and
peace? Why strive to add beauty and see kindness
increase? It's part of the need to hold your head high;
To give life more meaning as time goes by. Why care
about freedom and justice for all? Why so quick to
defend when liberty calls'1 It's the devotion we owe to
the land that we cherish; It's the American way we've
sworn shall not perish. Why care about wildlife, tall
trees and good soil? Why worry about water that
pollution can spoil? It's the force deep within you that
says you should try To better the earth as you look to
the sky. What's in it for me?' Is the selfish man's test
And answers himself: 'I couldn't care less!' No, we're
not yet all brothers, sad to say, But your care can help,
if you decide it that way. Consider why you care.
Consider it well."
Mrs. Joe R. Sanchez of Rio Grande City was hostess
for a tea honoring Miss Cynthia Uranga on Sunday,
May 15. Miss Uranga is the bride-elect of Joe R.
Sanchez, Jr. The tea was held at the Sanchez home
from 3 to 5 in the afternoon.
Two students from Rio Grande City received degrees
at Texas A&M University's spring commencement
exercises. A total of 2,556 degrees were awarded, in-
cluding 2,192 undergraduates, 266 master's and 98
doctorates. A master's degree in educational
psychology was awarded to Glenn Hoyt Ramey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Ramey. Also receiving his
undergraduate degree was Salvador Salinas, range
science, son of Mr. and Mrs. Uvaldo Salinas.
It's a girl! A pink and pretty package was delivered
to Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Hernandez of Rio Grande City
on Monday, May 9, at 4:21 p.m. Estela was born at
Starr County Memorial Hospital weighing 9 lbs., 7 ozs.
It's a boy! Mr. and Mrs. Margarito Alaniz Jr. are the
proud parents of a son, Margarito III, born at Starr
County Memorial Hospital. He made his arrival on
Monday, May 9, at 7:45 p.m. weighing 7 lbs., 15 ozs.
The family lives in Rio Grande City.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Diaz, Jr. of Rio Grande City
hosted a cocktail party on Tuesday, May 10. The party
honored Miss Linda Marie Saenz, bride-elect of their
son, Pete Diaz III. Friends and relatives gathered at
the Diaz residence on Bridge Avenue from 7 to 9 p.m.
Congratulations are in order for Mr. and Mrs.
Santiago Munoz. They have a brand new son born at
McAllen General Hospital on Friday, May 6. The
Munoz family makes their home in Rio Grande City.
Karl Cecil Gebert of Rio Grande City was among
fifty-two honor graduates receiving degrees at Texas
A&l University in Kingsville on Friday, May 13. 360
students received degrees at commencement in
Steinke Physical Education Center there at 4:00 p.m.
Gebert was one of nine students who graduated
Summa Cum I-aude, with highest honors.
Denise Yvelte Margo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Javier D. Margo, was baptized on Sunday, May 1, at
the Immaculate Conception Church in a special ser-
vice. The godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Randall Nye.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Margo and
Mr. and Mrs. Pablo Saenz, Jr. Great grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Pablo Saenz Sr. and Mrs. Albert Wilson.
The family enjoyed a dinner at the grandparents'
home following the service.
Mr. and Mrs Gregorio Rosa Jr. are the proud
parents of a baby girl. Their daughter was born on
Monday, May 2, at 1:35 a.m. at Starr County Memorial
Hospital. Maria de la Luz weighed 6 lbs., 15'2 ozs. The
Rosas reside in Rio Grande City.
Mrs. Mick McCamy was honored at a luncheon on
Saturday, May 14, in the home of Mrs. Ross LaGrange.
Hostesses for the get-together were Mrs. LaGrange
and Mrs. James Peterson. Chicken salad in tomato
cups, cucumber salad, and a frozen dessert were
served to a small group of friends.
A new little cowpoke rode into the corral of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfredo Garcia on Tuesday, May 10. He was
corraled at McAllen General Hospital. The Garcia
ranch is in I/is Saenz.
Margarita Olivarez will be valedictorian of the 1977
graduating class at Mercedes High School. She has a
four year grade average of 96.9798. Her parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Olivarez. She is the grandniece of
Mr. Domingo Arredondo of Rio Grande City.
Selma Dalila Bazan made her grand appearance into
this world on Wednesday, May 11, at 6:45 a.m. She
greeted her parents at Starr County Memorial Hospital
weighing 8 lbs., 15' 2 ozs. The Bazanslivein Rio Grande
The Young Farmers Chapter of Rio Grande City held
their regular meeting on Wednesday, May 11, at 7:30
p.m. A speaker from Cyanimide presented the
evening's program. The members and guests enjoyed
refreshments during the evening. Presiding at the
meeting was Chapter President James McGuffin.
"A good listener is not only popular everywhere, but
after a while he knows something."
Once you add a little olive oil
to the water in which you boil
artichokes, you'll probably con-
tinue the practice because the
oil gives both good flavor and a
shiny appearance to the arti-
Wonderful cheese sand-
wiches. brush the outsides of
the sandwiches with melted
butter and brown in a heavy
skillet Serve with mango chut-
ney or add the chutney when
you add the cheese
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