Benavides Facts (Benavides, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, September 19, 1941 Page: 4 of 4
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BENAVIDES FACTS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941
Mrs. A. Farias accompanied by
Raquel and Zulema Farias and
baby were Laredo visitors Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. Abel Yzaguirre
were Hebbronville visitors Sun-
J, M. Cadena motored to La-
redo on busniess Saturday.
Miss Josef a Casas enrolled in
the A&I College at Kingsville in
her freshman year this week.
Mrs. Don ' George, Mrs. Jose
R. DeLeon, and daughters, Zaida
and Yolanda were Corpus Chris-
ti visitors Saturday.
J. M. Salinas attended a cou-
ty agricultural meeting held in
San Diego Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Morales
and Mrs. J. R. De Leon were
San Antonio visitors Monday
where Elena Morales entered
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Martin
were Bruni visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Hinojosa
and family from Hebbronville
visited Miss Endelia Gonzalez
tokcc; Estela Gonzalez visited in
Hebbronville Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday of last week.
P. C. Waters, father of Mrs.
Frank Brooks, was reported this
week as recovering from a sev-
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CARD OF THANKS
To our many friends and
neighbors we wish to publicly
express our thanks and heart-
felt appreciation for their kind-
ness during the short illness and
The Duval County Home De-
monstration Council met Friday, doath of Servando Gaballero.
September 12, m the agent s of-
fice with vice-chairman, Mrs.
Wilbert Bub, presiding.
Roll call was answered by nine
Mrs. Burdine read the stand-
ing rules of Duval County Home
Demonstration Council. Mrs. El-
mo Frickle gave short reports of
Beaumont annual convention of
Texas Home Demonstration As-
The Year Book committee was
elected. It will meet in the agent’s
ofice September 17. Mrs. Owings
gave a reading ‘ on Rally Day
program from Texas Agriculturt
paper. Report of Dairy Herd Im-
provement Association operating
in Duval, Brooks and Jim Wells
counties were read by Mrs. Louis
“What can we do as club wo-
men and Home Makers for Na-
tional Defense,” was round the
subject for round table dis-
Those present were Mrs. Bub,
Mrs. Burdine, Mrs. Biedinger,
Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Owings, Mrs.
Frickle, Mrs. A. L. Wied, Miss
Nellie Cundiff, Agent and Health
Nurse, Mrs. Louis Wied—report-
Dr. Paul Owens
New Location-Main Street
Eye* examined-Glasses fitted
THE TEXAS CAFE
Joe Trujillo, Prop.
ere attack of bronchial pneu
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas
are the proud parents of an eight
and three fourth pound baby boy
born September 16 at the Alice
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Seago ar«
the parents of a nine and one
fourth pound son born Septem-
ber 14 in San Diego. He has
been named Edward Allen.
Mrs. Gordon Adami and daugh-
ter, Doris, were San Diego and
Alice visitors last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Danford
were visitors in the Valley Tues-
Mrs. Carole Cantu is visiting
her sister Mrs. M. A. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Morales
and daughter, Elena, and Mrs.
J. R. De Leon were San Antonio
visitors Monday and Tuesday.
Elena will attend Our Lady of
the Lake this year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Tuttle were
visitors here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carrillo
are the happy parents of a six
pound baby boy born September
12 at the Alice hospital. He was
named David Homero honoring
Staff Sergeant Oscar Caba-
lelro returned to Wichita Falls
Friday where he is stationed.
Mrs. J. J. Devine accompanied
her children to Bedville where
they will attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bonner
returned home from Oklahoma
and Houston where they had
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l M. THOMPSON
The comforting words given
us and the many kind acts of
thoughtfulness will always be
the manv beautiful fievq]
of^prinvc wo arp deeply indebt-
ed to.+he folowing:
N. CouHn" a^id fnrni1v. Mr.
end Mrs. R. L. George. Mr.
M~<3. Opo, Hookstn. Mr. arid
M-*. H. y. Dixon. Mr. pud Mrs.
Sp'i+'ao'p TTfloir arid farviJv. Mrt.
C. W. Ha rye v arid mother. Mv.
and Mrs. Mauro Vasouez. Wr
ar-d Mrs. T. A. Herts. Mr. a^
C. A. Fi’peman. Mr. and
Lm’s Garza. Mr. and Mrs Vtdal
Garza and sister. Mi*, and Mrs.
Santiap-o Cavva and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore Carva and fa-
milv, Mr. and Mrs. Ramiro (~'n-
ballero, Mrs. Tomasa P. Vda.
de Garza and familv, Mr. and
Mrs. Bias M. Garza and fam-’W
Mr. and Mrs. Jesus G. Gewq-. and
family, Mf«. Maria S. Caballero
and son. Mrs. Servando Cahollo,
ro and mother. Mr. and Mrt.
Amador Caballp’o and familv.
Mr. and Mrs. Heberto Gabadero
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fei*-
nando Caballero and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Eligio Caballero.
Mrs. Matias Cuellar, Mr. and
Mrs. Liborio Cadena and familv,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cadena, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Cadena, Mr. and
Mrs. Hermilio Salinas and fami-
ly, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Salinas.
Mrs. Anacleta Salinas, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesus G. Salinas and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Servando Gonzalez
and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Gonzalez, Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Gonzalez and family, Mr. and
iMrs. Pat Gonzalez, Mr. and Mrs
Joe Gonzalez Jr., Mrs. Matiana
Vda. de Gonzalez and daughter,
Mr. and/ Mrs. Adan Gonzalez,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gonzalez,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinojosa.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilberto Hinojosa,
Mr. and Mrs. Juvencio Hinoioea,
Mrs. Trinidad Hinojosa and fa-
mily, Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Hi-
nojosa, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ca-
nales. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Cana-
les, Mr. Adolph G. Canales, Mr.
and Mrs. Horacio Canales. Mr.
and Mrs. Iriheo Canales. Mr. and
Mrs. Fidencio Canales. Miss Jua-
nita Canales, Mr. and Mrs. Ara-
brocio Maldonado. Miss Felicita,
and Ot.ila Maldonado, Mr. and
Mrs. Horacio Maldonado, Mr.
and Mrs. Juan Maldonado, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernesto R. Ramirez and
sisters. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ram-
rez, Board of Truestees, Bena-
vides Ind. School District.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Hinojosa
Jr., Woman Circle, Benavides,
Mr. and Mrs. Hipolito Ramirez.
„Mr. and Mrs. Reyes Ramos and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Raymundo Ra-
mos and family, Mr. Luciano
Ramos and family, Er.cilia and
Elijio Saenz and wife, Mr. and
j Mrs. Cayetano Carrillo, Mr. and
Mrs. Juan Carrillo, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Carrillo, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Carrillo, Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel G. Guerra, Mr. and Mrs.
Santos G. Guerra, Miss Antonia
Garcia, Arcadio Garcia and fa-
mily, Mr. Rafael Garcia and fa-
mily, Mr. Ruperto Garcia and fa-
mily, Mrs. Rosa S. Garcia, Mr.
and Mrs. Gabriel Garcia, Mrs. J.
B. Garcia and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Primitivo Garcia,
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Garcia and
Jr., Mi*, and Mrs. Ernesto Garcia
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Anto-
nio Rodriguez, Mr. Ygnacio G.
Gongora and Bros., Mr. and Mrs.
Antonio G. Gongora, Mr. and
Mrs. Deodoro Chapa, Mr. and
Mrs. Elias Chapa, Mr. D. C. Cha-
pa and family, Mr. Edelmiro
Chapa and family, Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. Flores, Mrs. Juanita Flo-
res and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Gonzalo Garza, Mr. and Mrs.
Sampson Barton, Mrs. R. A.
Barton and family, Mr. Richard
Barton and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Barton.
Mrs. Matilde Vda. de Morales
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Re-
gulo Benavides, Mr. Desiderio
Bazan and family, Mr. Robert
Bozada and sisters, Mrs. Enri-
j 200,000 REFUGEES WERE CARRIED TO
K\ PLACES OF SAFETY ON RESCUE TRAINS
OPERATED FREE OF CHARGE BY THE
AMERICAN RAILROADS DURING THE GREAT
^ OHIO RIVER FLOOD OF 1937.^
[Increasing the average loading
OF CARLOAD TRAFFIC BY ONE TON,
THROUGH SUCH IMPROVEMENTS AS
BETTER PLANNING OF SHIPMENTS
OR IMPROVED PACKAGE DESIGN,
ADDS THE EQUIVALENT OF 40,000 CARS
TO THE NATION’S FREIGHT CAR SUPPLY.
TON MILES-5 Months 1916
'QW AMERICAN RAILROADS
ARE NOW MOVING, SMOOTHLY
AND SWIFTLY, MORE TONS
OF FREIGHT MORE MILES
__ . , THAN THEY DID IN THE
TON MILES ~ 5 Months 1941 peak war-year of wa.
150.572,516,000 REVENUE TON MILES
169,766,757,000 REVENUE TON MILES
ASSOCIATION Of AMERICAN RAILROADS No.*
l WHAT A DIFFERENCE
MAKES IN SALADS'
.its ftavof is so lively!
So astful! Jjjg
SOOTHE i EYES!
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EYES OVERWORKED? Do they smart
and burn? Murine brings quick relief.
Try two drops of Murine night and
morning and whenever your Eyes are
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SOOTHES • CLEANSES • REFRESHES
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queta Hernnadez and family, Mr
and Mrs. Pablo Valerio, Mr.
Guadalupe Martinez and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Vaello Lo-
pez, Mr. R. W. Milligan and
teachers, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
North, Mr. and Mrs. Juan Casas
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fran-
cisco Alaniz and family, Mar-
garet and Beenice Kempe, Mr.
and Mrs. Alberto Allen and fa-
mily. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Bena-
vides, Mr. and Mrs. • Agustin Ca-
vazos and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Octavio Saenz and family, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Martinez, Mr.
and Mrs. Benito Sendejar, Mrs.
F. 0. Farias and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Edelmiro Farias and family,
Jimmie and Marie Krauskopf.
Mr. and Mrs. Porfirio Mendez,
Mr. and Mrs. Apolonio Mendez,
Mr. and Mrs. Benito C. Casas,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whtman, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Brooks. Mr. and
Mrs. Diego Heras, Mr. Matias G.
Villarreal and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Corando Oliveira, Mr. and
Mrs. Raul Oliveira, Mr. and Mrs.
Antonio Oliveira, Mr. and Mrs.
Serapio Oliveira, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesus Oliveira, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank VaeBo Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Vaello. Mr. and Mrs. Abel
Yzaguirre, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
s+neVwpll and son, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Q. Heras, Mr. and Mrs. Les-
lie Sehrock and family. Mr.
Adolfo R. Farias. Mr. and Mvs.
Rufi’nn Sanohez and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Servando Serna. Mrs.
Concencion Romano and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Valero.
Mr. Aron Cruz, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonardo Guzman. Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel G. Perez and familv. Mr.
and Mrs. Bernahe and fa-
Tv,il” Mrs Mamie Whitman and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Lino Mo-
mno, Mr. and Mrs. Poneiano R.niz,
Mr. .and Mrs. Jose Hernandez.
Mv and Mr*. Jesus G. Aucrne
and familv. Mr. a-pr) Mrt. ,T. W.
^"netka and F Vaello. Mr. an^
Mrs. ,T. H. Srhnbert, Mr. ar>J
Mrs. Pedro Coronado. Mr. and
Mrs. .Tose R. De Leon. Mr. and
Mrs. Oiste] Revna, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Momenv.
Mr. Santos Ibanez Jr., and fa-
milv. Benavides Fire Dept. O'fv
Officials, Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Jao-ers. Emplovees-Vaello Lhr.
Co., Catholic Mutualist Societv.
Board of Trustees-Bds. Ind.
-School District, The Primarv
Teachers, Vaello Sales Co.. Mr.
and Mrs. Juan Sauceda and fa
,v,ilv. Sociedad Mntualista—.Tesus
Cadena. C. T. Canales. W. V.
VaePo. O. Saenz. F. Ramos, S.
H. Gonzalez. Pablo Vera. F.
Me olio. Jr.. Serapio Olivewa. Pn-
•norto Cadora. Juan Sauceda.
■Praneic-ee jAlniz. members.
Mv and Hfi'5. A. Parr-. Mr. D
P, Porj\ Mr. Horaeio Saen-7. and
familv. Mr and Mva. Pareire
Caballero. Mr. Severiano Gnerra
and familv. Mr. and Mrs Crwn-
f ore Hinojosa and snna. Mr. Pe_
reine-o Garcia and family, Mr.
Tnan Rivei’a and familv, Mr. Ale-
’O Cere!a and wife. Mr. Amando
e'arma -Tr.. and familv. Mv- .Tnae
rt Trowne and familv. Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Polacio®. Gnno-oras
TTlnwi-i’ Clron. Ml’. F. P. Oarria
11/-J -Fimilv. Garn'a Servien
t,nn. Mr. .T a. Tobin fawiln-.
Mr. md Mrs. V. F. Luna Mr.
and Mrs. R, F Luna. Mv Carlee
Dena and familv. Mr. Clemente
Garcia and familv.
Mr. and Mrs. Andres C. Cana-
les, Premont; Mrs. Christina Lon-
goria, Mission; Dr. and Mrs. J.
C. Gonzalez, El Paso; Mrs. Re-
fugio Caballero Rodrisruez, Heb-
bronville; Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Leal, Concencion; Mr. and Mrs.
Santos L. Salinas, Concepcion;
Mr. and Mi*s. Mauricio Gonzalez
and son, Falfurras: Mrs. Paula C.
Garcia and family, Falfurrias;
M*ss Asuncion Perez, Falfurrias;
Miss Lupe Oliveira, Laredo; Mr.
Honorato Garza and famly, La-
Rev. A. J. Martin, pastor
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. C.
R. Plunkett, superintennent.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Training Union, 7:15 p. m. W.
A. Curtis, Director.
Evening Worship, 8:15 p. m.
Members of the Sunbeam
Band, G. A.’s and R. A.’s will
meet at 4:15 p. m. Monday.
Mid-week prayer service 7:45
p. m. Wednesday.
W.M.U. will meet 3:00 p. m.
By MRS. S. E. BOREN
Johnnie and Miss Natividad
Hinojosa and Miss Bertha Garcia
attended the fotoball game at
San Diego Friday night when the
nigh school team played Del Rio.
Mrs. S. E. Boren returned
home last week after spending
two weeks with Mr. Boren on his
brother’s ranch in Real county.
A large number of the young
people enjoyed the fiseta at San
Diego Saturday night.
Pablo Saenz and son, Elias,
made a business trip to Alice and
San Diego Friday.
Manuel Moreno and son, Beto
also Pedro Hinojosa, Gilberto
Garza, and Jose Garcia were in
San Diego on business Saturday.
Mr. Cavazos of Benavides has
been visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Jose Hinojosa, here the past
Leonard Saenz, wife and chil-
dren, also Tony, and Pedro Saenz
and their mother, Mrs. Francisco
Saenz were guests at the homes
of Pablo and Jesus Saenz this
Our school started Monday
with a large attendance. The chil-
dren and teachers seemed very
happy to be back at schol again.
The children all show so much
interest in their work that I am
sure this will be a very happy and
profitable school year for us all.
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Preacher says, “By all means
send your children to Sunday
xchool.” For goodness sake!
ters Dept., in the clerical work.
A letter from him this week
states that he has been recom-
mended by the commandnig offi-
cer for a specialists rating. It is
very unusual to receive such an
honor in so short a time.
could be dynamite
Will Be Shown In
After a statistical check up
of the causes of preventable
deaths in Duval County, it was
learned that Tuberculosis is one
of the greatest.
Recognizing this fact, the Du-
val County Health Unit is insti-
tuting a program of Tuberculosis
case finding, explained J. A.
Santos, sanitary engineer. In
preparation for the active work
of said program, the Health
Department will show some sound
films at the following places:
San Diego High School, Tues-
day September 23rd, 8 to 9 p.
Realitos School, Wednesday
September 24th, 8 to 9 p. m.
Benavides High School, Thurs-
day September 25th, 8 to 9 p.
Freer School Building, Tues-
day September 30th, 8 to 9 p.
“These pictures are of special
interest to parents and upper
grade pupils and we would urge
all parents and upper grade
pupils to see these pictures if
possible for we feel that it will
be of great importance to the
people of Duval County in help-
ing to control this disease which
is taking so many of our citizens
at an immature age unnecessari-
ly,” said Mr. Santos.
Further details of the pro-
gram will be thoroughly explain-
ed at each showing of the pic-
Acts of parliament, published
with blue covers, is the only blue
book of England.
Flashlights were introduced in
Benavides Boy Makes Good
Jesus Flores, Jr., who won the
place of Valedictorian in Gram- i
mar schol and was Valedictorian j
of the high school class when he
graduated there two years ago,
has again made good, this time
in sex-vice to our country.
He entered the service of the
aviation department at Jefferson
Barracks, Mo., as a volunteer
about two months ago. After be-
ing there only a short time, he
was transferred to the Headquar-
Oomph—what Oomph! She could be dyna-
mite. Instead she’s a droop. The boys drop
her plenty fast. And this is why: she has
halitosis* (bad breath). Somebody ought to
tell her to use Listerine Antiseptic before
any date. It’s that wonderful antiseptic and
deodorant that makes the breath so much
sweeter and purer and less likely to offend.
*Some cases of halitosis are due to sys-
temic conditions, but most cases, say some
authorities, are caused by fermentation of
tiny food particles on tooth, mouth and gum
surfaces. Listerine halts such fermentation
and then overcomes the odors fermentation
causes. Lambert Pharmacal Co., St. Louis, Mo.
To Make Your. Breath Sweeter. *
TRY YOUR DRUG STORE-”
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Mrs. Tomas Oliveira, Laredo; Mrs.
Cotilde Fierros Benavides, La-
i*edo; Mr. and Mrs. Pi’esciliano
Caballero, Lai*edo; Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. C. Beaman, Alice; Mr. As-
cencio Trevino, Alice; Felix
Hobbs, Alice; Mr. and Mrs. Grady
L. Mux-phy, Alice.
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