The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 1, 1947 · Page 22
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22 TTTE HERALD Sunday, Jim« 1, TtMT Entertains Guests Mr. nnd Mr«. Edgar Pace Report Birth Of Son of! Mr. and Mrs. Ferfpe Nava have are visiting her sister, Mrs. R. Roy H u f f , Highway 281. Samuel F. B. Morse made his fir;.' telegraph instrument from J I M old picture tramo in 18HG. named their son, born at Mercy Hospital May 21, Felipe, Jr. Mr. Nava is employed by Montgomery Wnrd. Four kinds of palm trees supply oil used for margarine. Best Wishes to Hdl Vandever A N D THE Corral Drive-In We Are Proud of The Modern Appliance* Wo Installed In ThU Modern Eating Place. 113 N. A. Harlingen Phone 1361 "Commercial Refrigeration Of All Kinds" From Tel Aviv St. Joseph's 1 O s 13 Mrs. Miriam Rubln«ky Saubor- man arrived last week by plum 1 from Tel Aviv, Palestine, lo visit her brothers, Albert llublnsky, 123 Acacia Dr., and JoMeph llublnsky, 133 Aoaola Dr. Thto i» her first visit to America. She had not seen her brother* for 24 years. Sho will be here three months. ' ! Maria Luisa Cianeros Receives Degree Maria Luisa Oisneros, youngest daughter of Mrs. Manuel Oisneros, 207 S.E. Washington St., received a bachelor of science degree In pharmacy Friday night from Loyola University, NEW Orleans. Mrs. Clsneros and her son, Roberto, attended the graduation exercises. Auxiliary Sponsors Silver Tea To Bay Choir Vestments A large attendance was reported at the silver tea held by the, Woman's Auxiliary of the Church of the Advent Monday afternoon at the home of Lt. Col. and Mrs. William F Sappington on Honcydnle Road. Guests were greeted al the door by Mrs. M. P. McNair, president of the auxiliary, and Mrs. H. E. Moreland, wife of the rector. The vice- president, Mrs. W i l l i a m McK. Lambdin, poured coffee, and Mrs. H. C. Sample served iced tea. Mrs, R. O, Mackintosh and Mrs. Lewis Burlay served cake. The executive board served as a house party. Members are Mrs. R. M. Welch, Mrs. Sample, Mrs. Joe Vivier, Jr., Mrs. Peter Heinz, Mrs. John E. Mitchell, Mrs. Sappinpton. Mrs Fred Rusteberg, Sr., Mrs, Maurice Tipton, Mrs. Albert Fernandez, Mrs. Louis Brulay, Mrs. Joe Johnston and Mrs. George Mc- GoniRle. Mrs. Marshall Wntson tmd Mrs. Sappinpton were in charge of arrangements. The table was covered with a cloth of lace and cutwork from the Philippines. Proceeds from the tea will be used for choir vestments. lowans Visit Mr. and Mrs. James Norman Hall and son, Jimmy, of D«?* M nines, nw visiting her sisters, Mrs. Jack Triplet, Boca Chica Road, and Mrs. R. A. McKee. 132 S.E, Elizabeth St. In ft single year a Babussu palm tree will produce about 800 nuts whose oil used for soap. BRADFORD'S -- Not the Valley's Largest Furniture Store, but the ONE giving the BIGGEST VALUES! S Five Piece White Porcelain Reieciory Type Dinette Set With wooden table legs and chairs. Trimmed in red/ A beauty for your breakfast nook or kitchen. Originally 89,50 NOW Mosquito Bomber Plywood Dinette Five Piece, Natural Birch Finish, Leatherette Chair Seats Reduced From 94 so to 5950 WE NOW HAVE PLENTY OF HOWELL and DOUGLAS D I N E T T E S E T S In Plastic and Porcelain Top CHAIRS! CHAIRS! CHAIRS! FOR ALL KINDS OF COMFORT and BEAUTY It's grand, to be able to say to all our customers, "come in" select your chairs to your hearts content . . . .we've plenty of them! These sketches w i l l give you only a limited idea of the many styles. . . . it can't possibly show you the beauty of the fabrics, the styles, and the colors. COME IN TOM O R R O W and see for yourself. · CHIPPENDALE · QUEEN ANNE » CHANNEL BACK · FRENCH PROVINCIAL · STRAIGHT ROCKERS SIMPLY PHONE , 1807 WE DO THE REST Year To Pay on Bradford's Easy Payment Plan Phone 1807 of' Qualify Elizabeth At Eighth Receives Scholarship Members of St, Joseph's Academy's graduation WiIH:un Molina. Standing;, loft to rijvhl: ,Tosc class arc shown above. From left to riffhl, seat- Arispc, Saul Zayas, Relio Yarritii, 1 Alfred Ca'mcro, cd, they are: Hector Garcia, Harold Pillion, Haul Fred Nyo, Narciso Cortc/ and Oscar Garza. Cervantes, Ernest VIHarrcal, Thomas Bryson and (Ajex S t u d i o ) . Miss Wittenbach Returns From School Gloria Wittenbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wittenbach, 204 E. Park Sr., returned Friday by plane from Dallas. She has just completed her freshman year at Toxas State College for Women, -Den ton. Currys To Visit Yellowstone Park R. N. Curry, manager of the Brownsville J. C, Penny Company, and his family have left for a vacation trip to Yellowstone National Park nnd points in Colorado. Congra tu la tio n s, HAL VANDEVER On Opening The C O R R A L D R I V E - I N · We Are Happy to Have Had a Part In 'Kuildinff This Beautiful New Business Establishment. Z A R S K Y LUMBER COMPANY 1350 E. 7th Phone 240 The Rev. William Moore is shown presenting- the all-state scholarship awarded annually by St. Joseph's Academy to Hello Yarritu, 1047 valedictorian. Presentation was made at graduation exercises at Sacred Heart Church. ReKio's grade average for four years of high school work was 05,2 per cent. (1'hoto by Alex Studios.) 40 Attend OES". Supper Marking Close Of Season Forty officers, members and guests of Hope Chapter No, 124, Order of Eastern Star, attended a covered dish supper nt the Masonic Temple Monday evening, marking the close o f - the official year. The officers' table was laid with a lace cloth and decorated with cotton balls and candles in crystal holders. The centerpiece was a bowl of red roses. At each place were favors of star-shaped vases for the women and star-decorated paper knives for the men. Individual holders for the rose-shap- ped nnd colored mints were roses of red and greeen ci'ope paper. Place, cards were cotton bolls colored and tied with red ribbon. Russell-- (Continued from Page 17) bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Edna Bake of San Francisco; Mrs. Alfred H. Zeidler, Wabash, Incl., aunt of the bride. The bride is a graduate of Brownsville High School. She at-j tended Texas State College for Women and received her degree from North Texas State College. For the past few months she has been a member of the Brownsville school faculty. The bridegroom Is a graduate of Harlingen High School and. attended Texas A, and M. College. He served as lieutenant in the, Army Engineering Corps .and | spent more than two years o v e r - j seas in China, Burma and India. ; He now is an inspector for the Toxas Federal Inspection Service. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will live ; In Harlingen after Sept. 1. \ Assisting Mrs. Abel In arranging the tables were Mrs. Gladys Self, Mrs. Myrtle Woods, Mrs. Allcnc Jennings and Mrs. I-lattic Ho.Uings- worth. Mrs. Bessie Yates presented a shoulder corsage of pink roses and blue flowers to Mrs. Mary Madge Abel, retiring worthy matron. Mrs. Jennings gave Mrs. Abel and Mrs, Lamberth, worthy matron-elect, corsages of roses in a background of net. Mrs. Abel expressed her gratitude to officers and members for support giv.en her during the year. Paul E.- Bergan 1 entertained with mngic tricks. Is The Foundation of Good Business At The New , , . Drive- CONCRETE Is the "Good Foundation" (and Floors) on which The Corral Drive-In Building is Built, SUPPLIED BY Ready-Mix Concrete Co. «/ W. B. Finley, Manager 3134 E. 14th Phone 1852 A piece of white paper reflets almost as much light as a mirror Paper doeszi't show a reflection because it is nob as smooth as glass and contains many irregularities which diffuse the light. Complete Optical Service Eyes Examined -- Lenses Duplicated -- Frames Repaired R, L LACKNER Jeweler and Optometrist 1110 Elizabeth Phone 644 Brownsville TO HAL VANDEVER ON OPENING THE DRIVE - IN FROM V I*

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