Kingsville Record (Kingsville, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 49, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 18, 1934 Page: 3 of 8
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July 18, 1934
THE KINGSVILLE RECORD
MRS. CURTIS HUFFMAN—Phone 420
* Roper— Lignon Wedding
The murlrag© of Mins I.aura I,ig-
non. daughter of Mr and Mrs. H.
D Lignon of thin city and M. B.
Roper, was an ©vent of last Wed-
nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at
the home of the bride's parents on
west Henrietta avenue. Rev. Jack
Stack, pastor of the Tabernacle
Baptist Church, officiated at the
The bride was gowned in an at-
tractive brown net ensemble with
accessories of a matching shade.
* After a wedding trip to New Or-
leans, Mr. and Mrs. Roper will be
at their home on east Henrietta.
The bride is the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lignon. After her
graduation from the Henrietta M.
King High School, she entered the
Texas College of Arts & Industries
from which she received her de-
gree in 1932. Mr. Roper has made
this city his. home for a number of
years. He is an employee of the
Missouri Pacific Railway.
A delightful diversion of the sum-
mer season, was the Garden Party
' given on Tuesday evening at the
Moore home on west Henrietta,
with Miss Sarah Reed Moore as
hostess of the younger social
Miss Joyce Dolhman of Cuero,
Texas, who is here visiting rela-
tives and Miss Sarah Frances Con-
nell, who was celebrating her birth-
day on that date, were special hon-
or guests. Each of the honorees
were presented with dainty gifts.
The spacious green lawn over
which soft lights cast their shad-
owy effusion, afforded an ideal set-
ting for this merry scene of youth
, and beauty.
Miss Lorena Stahl served punch,
cookies and mints, at an attractive-
ly appointed table spread with lace
cloth, having for its central deco-
ration a lovely bowl of summer
blossoms, depicting the color
theme of pink and green.
Music and games were enjoyed
throughout the evening.
The young hostess was assisted
in receiving and entertaining by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. R.
Rural Club Hold* Supper
The San Fernando Home Demon-
stration Club held a supper for the
members and their families Wed-
nesday night, July 11, at the home
of Mrs. J. O. Johnson Three tables
placed on the porch proved there
was plenty of food. The first table
held salads, the second meats,
sandwiches and vegetables and the
third pies and cukes. There were
| SI persons present and 22 families
After the supper there was a
: kitchen shower, at which many
lovely and useful gifts were receiv-
ed by the honoree, Mrs. Rivers
Bogun. Following the shower
[ there was a musical program. Miss
Frieda Artist played several num-
bers on the steel guitar, Miss Nelda
Robinson on the violin, and .Miss
i Pauline Arnst on the piano.
During the evening games were
played on the lawn by the children
and after the musical program the
young people also played games.
The Club will sponsor another
: supper Wednesday, July 25th.
tah rice, cowboy stew, camp bread,
coffee and relishes were served a
personnel of about thirty guests.
Out-oftown guests present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Sain, of
Alice, Mr and Mrs. Charlie Mull of
San Diego and Mr and Mrs. John
(! Kennedy Jr., of Sarita.
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Martha Class Social
The social meeting of the Martha
Class of the First Methodist
Church was held laNt Friday after-
noon at the home of Mrs. Russell
J Cook on west Richard Avenue
Mrs. L. E. Fitch, president of the
class presided over the business
session. Mrs. R. E. Young, program
director presented the following
program features, humorous read-
ings by Miss Surah Reed Moor*)
and un amusing baseball game play-
ed by the entire group. Mesdamea
Cook, Fraser, Emerson, Gardner
and Laws, hostesses for the after-
noon served refreshments of ice
cream and cake.
Misses Doris and Alyt-e Bentley
left Friday for Texarkana where |
they will be the guests of their I
aunt, Mrs. J D. Clyde for the next
Mrs. Frank Harper aud little
daughter,Beverly Sue arrived home
Sunday from a two weeks visit
with relatives in Houston.
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* yet Norge costs no more to own
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before you buy. W. M. Romlke. i
Mrs, W. G. Reese of Beaumont is
I a visitor in our city this week. She
j is a guest in the home of Judge C.
II. Reese and his daughter, Mrs
Raymond Fitch urrived home
Sunday from a three weeks visit
: with friends aud relatives in Ft.
1 Worth, Dallas, Sherman and Hous-
Rev. aud Mra. L C. Beasley and
family have us their guest this
week. Miss Faye Evelyn White of
Mrs. E. C. llannes and daugh
ter, Mona Hannes, are visiting rela
fives this week In Caldwell. Texas, j
Norge will save it for you 6*4
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W. M Relink**. 4k-tf tip
Mrs. Lula llcrry left Monday for
1 an extended visit with relatives in
St Joseph aud other points in
MKs Ninon Yeager was a visitor
in Austin during the week end.
Dr W K Sturgis has returned
home from a week in New Orleans
where he was engaged in post grad-
uate work at the Eye, Ear, None
amt Throat Hospital of that city.
Mrs. W. E. Hopkins Hostess
To Idlawile Bridge Club
A delightful bridge hospitality of
last week was given on last Wed-
nesday afternoon, when Mrs. W. E.
Hopkins was hostess to the Idla-
wile Bridge Club. A group of
bridge club members and guests
were entertained at her home on
east Lott avenue. Guests of the
club that afternoon were Mrs. L.
F. Connell and Mrs. J. W. Ste-
phens. Three tables of players par-
ticipated In the bridge series which
ended with Mrs. Paul M. Riley win-
ner of the high score prize for the
club group and Mrs. Connell re-
ceiving the high award among the
guests. The hostess served a delic-
ious ice course.
Mr. and Mrs. Muil Hosts
A delightful hospitality of last
week was held Saturday evening
by Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Muil when
they entertained a large group of
friends with a barbecue oil their
farm near Ricardo. An appetizing
out-of-door supper of barbecued
mutton and beef, red beans, span-
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Our Sale Continues — Buy Now and Save!
All SILK DRESSES
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ALL SPRING COATS ANI)
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M IL LI N E R Y
In Three Groups
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All Piece Goods Reduced
25% to 50%
ROWDS PACKED Ragland’s last week for the opening of our July Clearance
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bringing you outstanding values. You couldn’t ask for better merchandise . . You
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- BUY NOW AND SAVE-
Jnens, Tropicals, Worsteds
Gaberdines and Flannels
$13.75, $23.50, $35.00
Extra Special—Saturday Only
100 Pairs House Shoes, Box heel in Black Kid D’Orsay
also Red and Blue flowered Crepe, three colors, regular
$L39 values, special for Saturday only, at
$1.00 Per Pair
Sizes From 3’s to 8’s
Reduced 25' /
$14.75 - $19.50
Sailor Straws, Panamas
including Stetson and other
well known makes.
All Men’s R. J. R.
$3.95 Values $2.98
$4.50 Values $3.49
Men’s Dress Shirts, $1.50,
$1.65, $1.95 and $2.50 Values
Gladstones, Week-end and
Reduced 33 1-3%
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