San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 15, 1931 Page: 4 of 6
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r] Mr*. Arden Myers gave s very
entertaining reading, “Sally Ann’s
Experience,” which was enjoyed by
At the conclusion of the business
session the election of officers was
held for the ensuing year, the fol-
lowing were chosen: President,
Mrs. R. Kunitz; First Vice-Presi-
dent, Mrs. Dan W. Martin; Second
Vice-President, Mrs. E. T. Ellwood;
Recording Secretary and Reporter,
MiS*s Evylln Hamon; Correspond-
ing Secretary, Mrs. A. D. Aikln;
Treasurer, Mtb. John W. Starbuck;
Parliamentarian, Mrs. Susan Sipes;
Club Counselor, Mrs.^ Frank M.
Schmidt; Director, Mrs. George W.
Beever; Accompanist, Miss Dorothy
A refreshment plate was served
during the social hour. Those en-
joying' this pleasant hospitality
MEWS, SINTON, TEXAS, JANUARY IS, 1*31
WOMAN’S STUDY CLUB
GUINN COOK COMPLIMENTED
The Woman’s Study Club met
Friday afternoon with Mrs. 8. W.
Seale at her home In the Sparks
Apartment on George Street, j
This meeting was /confined to
business matters and concluded
with the1 election of officers for the
ensuing year, with Mrs. John W.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cook compli-
mented their oldest son, Guinn,
Suhiday with a, lovely luncheon at
their home on SintOn Street, hav-i
lng as special guests Guinn’s teach-
ers in Grammar school. Guinn is
one of the Grammar School Grad-
Starbuck, president,, presiding, nates, who will enter High School
We can get you more money. Established 18
years. Entirely familiar with Oil and Gas
Development at White Point.
Dodson, Mrs. B. C. Davis, Mrs. E.
T. Ell woof}, Mrs. R. JCunltz, Mrs.
Dan W. Martin, Mrs. Arden Myers,
Mrs. F. M. Schmidt, Mrs. Susan
Sipes, Mrs. John W. Starbuck, Mrs.
J. V. Swinny, Mrs. Walter G. Mar-
tin, Miss Edna Archerd, Miss Evy-
lin Hanlon, Miss Frances James,
and Miss Nell Stoltzfus.
PIONEER WOMAN’S CLUB
The Pioneer Woman’s Club will
meet Wednesday afternoon,- Janu-
, ary 21, at 3 o’clock at the home of
• Mgs. L. F. Garrett - in the Franklin
apartments on. Market Street. An
Interesting program has been ar-
Those elected to fill the offices
were: President, Mrs. J. H. Mor-
row; First Vice-President, Mrs
Walter G. Martin; Second Vice
President, Mrs. S. J. Hewlett; Sec-
retary and Reporter, Mrs Clus C.
Birkner; Corresponding Secretary,
Mrs/ J. O. Boothe; Treasurer, Mrs
John W. Starbuck; Historian, Mrs.
H. H. Rogers; Parliamentarian, Mrs.
W. lb, Hopson; Critic, Mrs, J. C.
Houts; Federation Counselor, Mrs^
P. Donald; Library-Chairman, Mrs.
Dan W. Martin.
Mrs. Seale assisted by Mrs. Mil-
ton Porter served a salad course
with coffee during the social hour
to Mrs, J. O. Boothe, Mrs. S, J. Hew-
lett, Mrs. W. D. Hopson. Mrs. Wal-
ter G. Martin, Mrs. J. H. Morrow,
Mrs. W. M. Stalcup. Mrs. John W.
Starbuck, Mrs. W. Scott Vawter and
Mrs. Milton Porter.
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. J. H. Morrow at her home on
January 23, 1931 at 3 o’clock.
next Monday. J
Mr*. Cook, who Js always a
charming hostess, prepared and
served a very attractive luncheon to-
the guests who were Miss Edna Ar-
cherd, Miss Frances James, Miss
Glenn Thompson, Miss Annie Hai-
nes, Miss Merle Mills, and Mr. A.
H. Koonce, with Mr. Cook, Guinn.
David and Wendell Cook. A most
pleasant ’time was spent is this hos-
NEWSPAPERS OPPOSE STATE
PRI80N PRINTING PLANTI
Proposal to ( establish a> state
printing plant fn the penitentiary to
do printing for the state lyul' arous-
ed the criticism of Texas newspaper
men. Most of tl\e weekly papers of
RAINBOW CHAPTER ELECTS
MODERN PRISCILLA CLUB
’’Are you saving any money since
you started your budget system?’’
"Sure. By the time we’ve bal-
anced it up every evening it’s too
late to go anywhere.”
CLEAN, PURE, CRYSTAL-CLEAR
CENTRAL POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY
, Mrs. G. L. Cellum and Mrs. C. S.
Hilton were delightful hostesses to
members of the Modern Priscilla
club at the club's regular semi-
monthly meeting Vhursday after
noon at Mrs. Cellum’s home.
As customary,, the ladles of the
needlecraft spent an hour in doing
fancy pieces. The remainder of the
afternoon was devoted to a social
hour, Contests and writing New
Year’s resolutions for “the other
fellow” provided amusement for the
A delicious refreshment plate
was served by the hostesses before
the close of the afternoon to the
following members and a few
guests: Mrs.. G^E. Archerd, Mrs.
C. I. Albertson, Mrs. T. E. Ward,
Mrs. James Kirkpatrick, Mrs W. 1).
Hopson, Mrs. W. A. Baird, Mrs. J.
H. Morrow, Mrs. C. R. Park, Mrs.
C. L. Jolley, Mrs, Manton Williams,
Mrs. J. T. Bandy, Mrs. F. S. Ewing,
Mrs. Will Myers, Mrs. P. L, John-
son,■’Mrs Harlan Russell, Mrs. A. O.
Uruckmueller, Mrs. H. T. Beck-
worth, Mrs. Hilton and Mrs. Cel-
MISS ANNIE ODEM HONOREE
AT BIRTHDAY PARTY
With ice costing the average family only $3.54 a month
the year 'round and much less than that during the
winter months, the small cost of ice is made many times
over through savings in food.
Ice keeps meats, milk, eggs, fruit and cooked foods at the
right temperature, protecting them from the deteriorating
changes in weather which occur in the winter season as
well as in summer.
Food odors are absorbed by melting ice and carried
out of the refrigerator through the drain, thereby insuring
you of the greatest purity in everything you eat.
Ice pays its own wayl Get it regularly right through the
winter and keep the ice chamber of your refrigerator
FULL for most efficient refrigeration and far actual saving
in amount of ice used.
1 v. 7 r
SAVE WITH ICE
A delightful party was given Mon-
day afternoon when Mrs. H. E.
(Idem entertained at her lovely
home, honoring the thirteenth birth-
day of her daughter Annie. A num-
ber of young friends were invited,
to play bridge and rook which were
the games enjoyed during the af-
ternoon. At the conclusion Carey
La Verne Swinny was awarded high
score for bridge and presented with
the book, "The Moving Picture Girl
at Rocky Ranch.” Topsy Feather-
ling was awarded high score for
rook and presented with the book,
"Little Orphan Annie Series, Buck-
ing the World.” A lovely white
birthday cake which held thirteen
glowing greqn candles in pink hold-
ers was much admired and a great
deal of fun was enjoyed in blowing
out the candles and cutting the cake.
A color scheme of pink and green
was used in table accessories and
other decorations. An ice eourse
with the birthday cake and home-
made candy were served the guests.
Miss Annie was the recipient of
many lovely gifts from her friends.
Those enjoying this happy occa-
sion tfere Carey La Verne Swinny,
Barbara Thompson, Frances Utley,
Agnes Pauline Kunitz, Naomi Feath-
ering, Nettle Mae Odem, Olivia
Odem, Mary Odem, Eda Joan and
Dave Odem, Topsy Feathering,
Susie Odem,Annie Odem, Mrs, M
E. Brauer, Mrs. J. A. Hill and Miss
Sinton Order of the Rainbow
Chapter for girls has elected the fol-
lowing officers for the. new year:
Virginia Myers, worthy advisor;
Winnie Birkner, worthy associate
advisor; Mary Aultha Hilton, Char-
ity; Lorene Neimann, Hope; Hel-
en Gauss, Faith; Mary Frances Fol->
ey, recorder; Litlidale Fuliick, treas-
urer; Hazel Jo Sipes, drill leader;
Nettie Mae Gauss, chaplain; Esther
Smith, pianist; Sallie Belle Talley,
confidential observer; Violet Mae
Halbig, .outer observer; color sta-
tions—Rachel Smith, Red; Dorothy
Louise McWhorter, Orange; Kath
erie McWhorter, Yellow; Pauline
Ramsell, Green; Dorothy Burr,
Blue; Julia Katherine Fild, Indigo;
Janie Hunt, Violet; Ruth Bell,
the state have commercial printing
plants In connection, furnishing a
large part of their business, and
feel It is an Imposition on1 them for
the state to embark In the job print-
ing business in cotnpetitlon with
them*and the commercial printers
of the state.
The Crawford Sun In a recent
Issue tells why a great majority of
country newspapers are opposed to
"politically owned and operated in-
"The country, newspapers of the
United States have had for many
years a splendid opportunity to ob-
serve the workings of government
competition with private business.
The Federal government prints en-
velopes in large or small quantities
with return addresses, at prices
made possible only by its tremend-
ous purchasing power, which no
newspaper can possibly meet.
“As a result, each year newspaper
plants lose hundreds of thousands
of dollars' worth of business which
would normally come to them were
it not for price cutting competition
on the part of the government which
they help to support with their tax-
"A California pub"
the postmaster of his •
the postoffice raised I
class so he would
salary. To do this he
to All the merchants and i
m ... .i-
ear’s supply of Stan
es with tljeir return addr
ed In the corner. In the words !
publisher, "This did not
efficiency of the local
the government lost money
lng more salary, and the 1
er lost on not receiving th
“It Is no wonder that
majority of the rountry
ers of the nation, have felt
of government competition,
revocably opposed to ’poUtlci
owned’ and operated InddmiH
Public Service News, Dallas.
RECORD CATCH 6f REDFI8
MADE AT PORT ARANfl
R. D. Brundrett and John-
of this city brought in the
single catch of red fish of this
son on Tuesday. The total !
amounted to 2,000 lbs. and
brought In at one haul. A
Ity is that there was only one trod
in th<T haul. The fish averaged .?
about 10 pounds each—Aransas
Try News Want Ads.
choir director; Lucy Rigby, assist-
ant choir director. Mrs. Mayme
Park, Rainbow Mother advisor, is
entering her sixth year as advisor
to the girls of the chapter,
GIRL SCOUTS MEET
The Girl Scouts had their regular
meeting Monday night, at the home
of their leader, Mrs. Emma Vawter.
Gladys Barnett and Bernice Can-
non were elected to membership.
The chief attraction of the even-
ing was the cutting of the lovely
birthday cake which Mrs. Vawter
had prepared for Agnes. Pauline
Kunitz, honoring her on her 12th
Robbie Joe Hutchinson was pres-
ent as a visitor.
New Way to Wash
Hair 'Stops Dandruff
In a recent meeting of The Pio-
>er Woman’s Club the following
resolution was passed out of honor
and respect to a much beloved mem-
ber of the club, Mrs. -Ella Lawley
McKinney, who on January 3rd,
1931, crossed the Intervening space
between this world and the more
beautiful one over there.
Whereas—Our great Creator in
His all wise providence has called
from our midst our beloved co-work-
er and friend, Ella Lawley McKin-
ney, the first of the Pionqer Wom-
an’s Club to answer God’s roll call;
Whereas—In our close compan-
ionship with her in her varied ac-
tivities for the club, her many out-
standing traits of sterling charac-
ter, her deep devotion and conse-
cration to her God and to her duties
of a wife, mother, home worker and
friend, she has endeared herself to
all of us and her going away has
left a place in our Club that can
never be filled but will be held in
sacred memory of her .beautiful
life and character;
Whereas—In her departure from
us we humbly submit to His will,
knowing that He ddeth all things in
love, but with bowed heads and sad
hearts we mourn with the ‘bereav-
ed, husband, children and other lov-
ed ones—and pray that through
this vale of O'ershadowing sorrow
they will understand and will know
that some day they shall find their
loved one waiting up there—more
beautiful and more precious than
Be It Therefore Resolved—That
a copy of this resolution be sent to
the sorrowing family, and to the
press for publication, and that a
copy be spread on the minutes of
our club. v
The Pioneer Woman’s Club,
By Marie B. Elkins.
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(Formerly Poultry Husbandman Texas A. A M.)
F. W. KAZMEIER
BRYAN, - - . TEXAS
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ery bit of
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San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 15, 1931, newspaper, January 15, 1931; Sinton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth716804/m1/4/: accessed June 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sinton Public Library.