The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 6, 1947 · Page 6
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The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas · Page 6

Brownsville, Texas
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Friday, June 6, 1947
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4uix« o, t Rolls Are Easy Evrryoe too m a n y like* yeaM rolls. Bui rooks have the wronj; ; about them. They a r e ; not d i f f i c u l t to make, squiring i neither much time nor skill. j This refrifcrrator recipe, which makes it possible to bake, a very ·mall number of rolls at ono time, ' l.v the best choice for the small family. Many different types of ! roll* can be shaped from a single batch of this satiny dough. ; Refrigerator Rolls (Yield: about 2*4 dozen rolls) Two cakes yeast, Vi cup lukewarm water, 1 cup milk. 1V£ teaspoons salt. 3 i cup sugar, M cup shortening, 3 eggs, 5 cups (approximately) sifted enriched flour. Soften yeast in lukewarm water. Scald milk, add salt, sugar and thortening and cool to lukewarm. Add 2 cups flour and beat well. Add yeast and beaten eggs. Blend ^thoroughly. Add remaining flour ito make soft dough. Turn out on y5ightly floured board and knrmd until satiny. Place In lightly greased bowl, cover and let rise »in warm place (80 to 85 degrees Jr.) until doubled in bulk. Punch .^ down, form into smooth ball. ' Grease the surface lightly, cover and put into refrigerator. When van ted. remove dough from re' frigerator and punch down. Mold at once Into any desired shape. Refrigerator rolls are not hard to make, To make Crescent rolls, roll ball of dough Into circular shape about % inch thick. Cut in pie-shaped pieces. Brush with melted butter and roll up, beginning at the wide end. Curve into crescents on greased baking sheet. Let rise until doubled in bulk. Bake in a moderately hot oven (425 degrees _. ,, _ . -- -- , . · Jin/vim ttvt;*jr tiui/ w v n Or, if preferred let dough stand , FJ lg to 20 mlnute s. tn warm room for nn hour before molding. To make Clovorloaf rollH,. ,Iorm dough into amall balla (about ^4 |n. tn diameter). Dip each into i butter and place 3 balls each section of greased m u f f i n \ JUNE . . . Weddings!.. .Showers! ahall we Rive them--? More '.weddings, showers--what shall I j wear'?--Another kitchen shower--I ; tan't wear that dress again today-^Foor Mothers tearing their hair, · wondering if they will ever get L«v«rJthinR sot for the wedding of TOMORROW'S MENU BREAKFAST; Strawberries, soft-cooked eggs, toast, butter or fortified milk. margarine, cofee, LUNCHEON: Tuna fish salad sandwiches, pickles, sliced tomatoes, cookies, tea, milk. D I N N E R : Celery hearts, radishes, oven-fried fish fillets, lemon wedges, Harvard beets, boiled new potatoes,, tossed garden salad, French dressing-, hot Crescent or Glover-leaf rolls, butter or fortified margarine, fruit compote, cofcc, milk. Valley Personals Friendship Club Holds Meeting MERCEDES---Mrs. Max A'Schoff was hostess to members of the - , - » , , , ,,, v *»* Friendship Club recently. Present .·new generation.--Mrs. P. W. Volgti Mn ._ j M Hughes, Mrs. Roy k of Elsa came down and purchased ] ?owell MrSt F L G r i f f i t h , Mrs. jjtwo beautiful Haegert art lamps Qtis Jonnsoni Mrs. Cornle Bor* **.+. *v» A V\/-»TTM» tViftt? a v» mmnri Alincr . .. ^ _ _ _ - . . _ , . . i · JT.._ ,,»«« Junie . . . Beauty shop at 10 j(»'elock. Can I make it? Heavens! I 'here are two more invitations. Hero ire go again. Well, Juno just has thirty days and after all isn't it fun assisting in the potential start of a MERCEDES Miss Oenevlvo Dawson is on a vacation trip, which will take her to New Orleans, La.; Knoxvillc, Tonn,; Washington, D.C., and New York. Mrs. Gilson Knapp and children, Mrs. John Yelverton and son left this week for Hearne, Tex,, for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenwood, parents of Mrs. Knapp and Mrs. Yelverton. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hay and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dawson had dinner at Camp Christian Tuesday at the Young Peopl'B Conference Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bumpus of Commanche, Tex., wore guests hero this wee kof Mr. and Mrs. Billy Pylant 'lor the home they fire remodeling ·--Mrs. W. M. Hordan getting some ^fill-ins on her King Edward Gor- havn Silver -- Mrs. Sam Counties just looking around--Mrs. D. W. McElwrath getting a set, of Reel- Tring pottery for a poroh service the "will use thi.n summer--(by tho way, this is a perfect service for your barbecue pit.) -- Mrs. Phil Dixon of Wcslaco, and daughter, Mrs. Prescot Allen, buying wedding s.--bride-to-be Alda Price pick"Brantley" Syracuse chinn for Liicr shower, the groom is to he O. ^Durham; 'the couple are both from HLa Ferta.--Mrs. Gift Buyer, wa arc only too glad to make suggestions! for that appropriate gift from o u r i chelt, Mrs. Harry Moyle, and Mrs. Mary Warnke. Oil Firm Holds Dealers' Meeting The Magnolia Petroleum Company was host to all Its Valley dealers at a dinner and entertainment last night nt the Harllngen Municipal Golf Course. "wr!i c^incfudcc? , colored motlon p P Z M ., .he Riven by the company m en who had been « u t »nd gracefully shaped stem | ( ware along with fine china, Gorham and Whiting Sterling Silver,! V make your selection for show-; Kilpatrick, San |? r». Girls we set a table in your J « , ^ [M mnnapgcr with your name and de ivci oiivaros, Rio Grande City, received a prize for being -asaociat- C g i v, f ° r , y ° U r he husbands of n the "-little women" were out battling the { lh company Bince 1025| -little women" were out a t t n g e , MJJC oh g n n M f m u e l i wfts sec . .world, they were in buy ng show- , , HftlTl McAlloni third *r oncl, Paul Harris, McAllon, third - . , ,, - , , , t ·*, ^ ** nnd James W. Smith, Donna, was mef, M. S. Beller, J. M. Greene. M . , A Perry. R. B, McDadn, Chas, pin Ej. M. Roberts, William T r i i n i - , lu fchc c o m p n n y one week mell, Clarence Goumi, R. B. H a m - , ,, p _ lT M.. tm . Km-iinccn. LYFORD Daily Vacation Bible school for the Baptist church here will be held June 16-17 under the direction of Hubert White, the pastor, Rev. Noland N. Beaird. has announced, Others who will assist in supervising the school win be Mrs. A. J. Harrell, Miss Doris May Wade, Miss Doris Malone, Miss Billle Lou Bingham, and Mrs. Carrie E. Netz. Mrs. John Carr will have charge of music. James McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McDonald, has received honorable discharge from the Army and has returned to his home near here. Misses Sandra and Linda McMurtray have returned to their home at McAllen after spending two weeks' with their aunt, Mrs. R. H. Gulnn and Mr. Gulnn, Several well known singers from Beeville, Mathis, Benavides, and Corpus Christ!, and a large number of Valley persons attended an all-day sing held at the high school Sunday. Special · numbers consisted of duets, solos, and quartets. 'A basket lunch was held at the noon hour, Miss Evelyn Goss of Weslaco spent the past weekend with Miss Barline Willeforcl. Miss Doris Hughes of Wcftlaco visited here recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Hughes. Olmito Club Meets With Mrs. Summers OLMITO-- Mrs. Maillda Summers was hostess to members of the Olmito Home Demonstration Club at her home recently, Ton members, and three guests, Mrsl Brown, Mrs, Kiphen, and attended, Mrs. .Walter Reed Mrs. Reed gave an interesting and instructive demonstration on cleaning rugs and upholstery. Delicious tea dainties were served. The next meeting of the club will be at tho home of Mrs, Charles Nclclert Tuesday June 10th at 2 p. m. LEADS PARADE LLANO, June 0---/P)--Mrs. Beau, * nnd James W. Smith, Donna, was , ""'*v w ; """" "T?" ; ~ iv :, Dl "«-»"" r * presented a flashlight so thai he ^ H - Jester wife of the Texas ' " i "could s o n ' t h e light." Ho has been 1 Governor, and her daughter, Joan, -;, J.U., --w,,TM-,,, ,m n . umtib- lert tho grand parade at the fourth C. Reiser. n i ^ v T i i i V i H - R. ·-'Blstor, l-rnrlingon, Valley U, L/naites, i , ,, . , _ ,, _ ,, ,r A/fVir/M/Olo -urau (n Ch».s MrKHvpy. O. R. Bowman, G l r n n ShMipbach, J. J. W i l l l n t f - , tern of dlnnerware, and we reply. ; nmny. Russia ...... and the United yes. this is an open stock pattern, ~ ._ --n--- -.dinnerware is 1n fact all of our open stock. We never order just a set of dishes. Our orders are for a minimum of two dozen of the basic pieces to twenty dozen.--This if, to your a d v a n t a g e ; first y o u ; know you can "select tho oxact you wish - a n d can oven got set---Next you arf not buying nn "orphan" «,ot t h a t you ; will never be able to add to, nncl i third you can f i l l in any breakage S you may have through the years, i --Remember we carry tho largest i stock of dinnerware with more patterns to choose from than anyone in South Texas. ~ Until next week. Hasta Lvicgo. ( A d v e r t i s e m e n t ) ^'or Better Food Eat At CHARRO KITCHENS M?. antl Mrs. W. W. Underwood Owners Specializing in lunches to go. 2J135 Boca Chlca Blvd. Open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. CLOSED SATURDAYS the grand parade at the fourth annual homecoming here. Later they attended a rodeo as part of the" festivities. Y O U N G ' S REFRIGERATION S E R V I C E For a complete line of Refrigerator Servic* Phone 1849 Manna N«w» IN TOUT TODAY SS SAPAULPA VICTORY (Am.) Discharging and loading general cargo. The Texas Lines. MV MIZAPH Hond.) Discharging bananas. McCnrty and Massey Shipping Co,, agents. SS ROSKLEAF (Br,) Discharging bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping'- Co., ngents. MV LULTJ (Pan.) Being repaired. Hidalgo Distributing Co^ ngents. »- SS SONORA (Nic.) Undergoing repairs. Port Brownsville SS agency, agents; MV LYNN B, (Pan.) Undergoing repairs. Hidalgo Distributing Co. agents. · MV GONZALO, CARIOS (Hond.) Undergoing repairs. , McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. MV ACCURACY (Br,). Undergoing repairs. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. ftl-V LEV III (Pan.) L. H. Pri. chard, owner. MV CARIBEAN BELLE (Br,) Discharging bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents.^ ARRIVALS SS SAPAULPA VICTORY (Am.) New York and Houston with general cargo. The Texas Lines. MV MIZAPH (Hond.) Port Bar-' rios, Guatemala; with bananas. Mc- Oarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. DEPARTURES MV COLIkTEK (Br.) Puerto Mexico to load bananas. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. DUE TO ARRIVE 6-7--MV WALTER G. SWEENEY (Can,) Alvaro Obregon with bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. 6-7--SS FLAGSTAFF VICTORY (Am.) Houston to load general cargo for Scandinavian ports, Lnllier and Co., agents. 6-7--BUZKEBA (Br,) Puerto Mexico with bananas. P o r t Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 6-7--MV CAPITOLA (Br.) Tuxpan, Mex., with bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. 6-7--MV HIBOU (Hond.) Puerto Mexico to load pineapples. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 6-7--MV AMAPALA (Can.) Nautla, Mex., with bananas. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 6-8--MV MAYSTER (Br.) Puerto Mexico with pineapples. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 6-8--MV KRAGEHOLM (Swed.) Houston to load for Scandinavian ports. Agents, Fowler and McV.ite. J. E. Eidman. 6-8--MV CHARLES A. Mac-bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. 6-9--SS GARNET -HULINGS (Am.) New York to load crude.oil for Lake Charles, La Phlleiv Shipping Co. agents. · 6-10--SS HALIFAX (Br.) Puerto Mexico with bananas. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents., 6-11--MV PATRICIA SWEENEY (Br.) Alvaro Obregon with bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. ' 6-11--MV ROATAN (Pan.) Alvaro Obregon with bananas. McCarty and Sweeney Shipping Co., agents. 6-12 MV MAYMERE (Br.) Puerto Mexico with pineapples. Port Brownsville SS A g e n c y , agents. 6-12--SS CHARLES LY K E S (Am.) Antwerp to load general cargo. Lallier and Co. agents. 6-13--MV COLISTER (Br.) Puerto Mexico with bananas. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 6-16--SOUTH BEND VICTORY (Am.) Houston to load general cargo for Baltimore and New York. Philen Shipping Co., agents. 6-15--SS STEVEN F. AUSTIN (Am.) Stockholm to load general cargo. Lallier and Co., agents. 6-15rr-MS DANAHOLM (Swed,) , Houston to load general cargo for Scandinavian ports. Agents, Fowler and McVibie, J. E. Eidman. ' 6-15--SS LOS ANGELES (Pan.) LeHavre to load crude oil. Philen Shipping Co.. agents. 6-17--MS MORGENEN (Nor.) Aruba, Venezuela, to load crude oil for LeHavre. Philen Shipping Cp. agents. 6-24--SS CAPE FEAR (Am.) Tampico to load general cargo for Scandinavian ports. Agents, Fowler and McVHIe, J. E. Eidman. 6-26--68 MACK BRUTON I3RY- »% ' *V" ^%^ v '^ ' %"*'"''* f ~ f **f* ' I 5 -"* f Rare B e a u t y In Pans: Model School Finds O n l y F i v e In Hundreds Chic Before the war 300 mannequins i were employed in the fashion i trade. Today, there are only n,bou». jl00, w i t h the result that there is (considerable competition among dressmaking establishments for the services of the better models. Many leave fashion work for the higher pay of photographer's I model. The best of those who do stay work as free lances. Th« jury's choice a« best candidate among h u n d r e d s ' w h o entered a competition to select Paris fashion mannequins was Elaync Evard, who adjusts her stocking nt right. Our photo editor's choice was the girl parading before the jury above. Elayne still won. By ROSETTE HARGROVE . PARIS, (NEA) -- In Paris, a j city noted for its chic women, the perfect mannequin is as rare as hen's teeth. The Parisian School for Mannequins, only one o f " its kind here, i'ound that oub the other day when it staged a competition to find new models for the dress-making houses, Its primary requirement was girls- of "harmonious proportions, agreeable features, good grooming and no apparent physical defects." A -little more specifically, it said candidates had to be between 16 and 23 years old and stand five, feet, four inches high. Only 250 girls amftng those who applied fulfilled even these basic requirements, and final tests cut this number to 30. A jury of representatives from the fashion houses nnd stage a*nd screen found only five of these 30 worth turning Into mannequins. AN (Am.) Oslo ' to · load general cargo. Lallier and Co., agents. 6-26--AXELDYK (Dufc.) Tampl- co to load general cargo for London, Antwerp, Rotterdam and Ghent. Phllen Shipping Co., agts 6-28--85 'DICK LYKES (Am.) Antwerp to load general cargo Lallier and Co., agents. 7-15--S3 POLARTANK (Pan.) Larvik, Nor. to load crude oil for Antwerp. Philcm Shipping Co. agents. Elyane Evard, 22, the best of the five, was the jury's idea of a real chic Pnrisienne. She is five feet, six and a linlf Inches tall, weighs 125 pounds. Other vital statistics: Waist 22 J ,fc inches, hips 361-6, bust 34. She has red-brown 'hair, and sparkling eyes, teeth, and person- .ality. 1 Elyane and the other four prob- l a b l y can take their pick of jobs I at any of the 20 leading- dressmaking establishments, but they won't have an ensy, time of it. The average mannequin here makes about $30 a week and works, long hours to earn it. Not only do the models have to climb in and out of 15 to 20 dresses an afternoon, but (hey also arc expected to do individual modeling ,for prospective customers Every ono of the gowns they wear is actually built for them, entailing weary hours of fitting. Most French bourgeois look down upon modeling as a profession for girls. They contend that the salary is too low for a girl who lives in an atmosphere of luxury and temptation. Metallurgical science has found n way to inject oxygen into steel furnaces and speed purification by about h a l f , thus making possible an increase of 40 to' 60 per cent in output. Hicks Rubber Co, Phone 18 828 Elizabeth IOW PRICE THi HCUSI of HIAEIK'Q OF PERMANENT QFFIC1 VT. Jackion flurJInren Thou* Hftrllnren IMS 5-Year Guarantee ANTS - ROACHES Able Exterminators, Inc. Thoni) 1097 -- 84S-R THE TEXAS LINE Is Pleased To Announce That Offices Have Been Opened At Berth No. 3 5 Brownsville Marine Terminal Under the Direction Of Walter E. Piitt, Jr., District Manager Phone Brownsville 1877 -- P. 0. Box 1046 THE TEXAS LINE New York -- Baltimore -- Houston Gaiveston -- Dallas -- Brownsville Do Right by Dad! That wonderful Seoforth ofr of Highland heather and fern will make him feel like a boy again) Handsome gift sets, 2.00 to 7.00 Single Items, 1.00 Seaforth Trio (Illustratdcfl.., Brushless Shave Cream, Shaving loiion, Men's Tola ..*··».** 2.60' FOR MEN Italian Swiss Colony Gold Medal Label California PORT * SHERRY - MUSCATEL Here's your Opportunity to buy these wonderful Gold Medal Label dessert wines nt a bargain! These are wines of rare bouquet a n d ' f l a v o r , from the world famous I t a l i a n Swiss C o l o n y cellars. Start e n j o y i n g these wines n o w . . . when you get so much lor so l i t t l e ! New low prices'on a l l other Colony dessert and d i n n e r wines, too. Stock up n(rw on you favorite Italian Swiss Colony wines at the lowest price in years! - _. v » " " TORT WORTH, Junt x,T, N. H, Score, prcsldrni of Southwestern University nt. acorgfcto*n» n n d t h o Rev. A. S. G n f f o r d , superintendent; of the Brown wood dist r i c t , will represent, the Central Texns Methodist conference BS mi- ni.sterinl delepntes to the qnariren- n i n l fienernl conference of the Methodist church in Boston, next yenr. . PACKS SHEFA C H A J R O K VERNON, June 6--(/?»·--A theft charge against Spencer Thomas, 29-yenr-old negro janitor, was ; on file here today in connection ; with the theft of $532 in colas from ! the First State Bank. The shortage was reported by bank officials shortly after opening for business yesterday. R E M E M B E R D A D C fti I lien J U N E 1 s t h f-EORGI WASHINGTON OlfT-WRAPPIO (1 *-M.) 79c PRINCE ALIERT 89c CAMELS * OIFT.WKAPPID (C.rtw) SI, 69 BBOOH5 CENTRfll! Van Mill's Riding Academy Features Something New MOONLIGHT RIDING 7 Get the Gang together and enjoy the thrill of a Moonlight Ride on the banks of the Romantic Rio Grande. --New Low Summer Rates Now in Effect-VAN MILL RIDING ACADEMY Fort Brown 1108 Elizabeth OUR COOl, COOi Batiste i/; 7 WONDERFUL FOft WARM SUMMER NIGHTS 1 Truc ilccpy time ccxnforf . . . In this coot, fin* nightw thai has eyelet ruffles trimming the fully-cut bodk« . . » :ul gently flaring skirt. Oh, so easy to launder. Dainty pink Of floral print on whife. Sizes 32 to 0. IF YOU CANNOT COME IN PERSONAUY TO SHOP. YOU MAY ORDI* CONVENIENTLY BY MAIL FROM OUR CENTRAL WAREHOUSE SALLC ANN SHOPS, Dept. 51409 Washington Avo., St. Louts 3, Mas Endo»ed find send C. O. D.. (ityt $2.99 , plu hi color 2nd color Sfoio C C N E R A U OFPJCESi S A N FRANCISCO

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