The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on July 31, 1930 · Page 4
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.'THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1930 THE BROWNSVILLE HERALD PAGE FIVE, Society Of Telephone 7 Weslaco MBS. SIDNER HOSTESS Mrs. N. V. Sldner was hostess to 'he Llano Grande Bridge .club at , tier home on Indiana avenue Frl- 3ay afternoon. Roses and zinnias were used in the floral selection. Mrs. A. I. Haven received high club score and Mrs. W, A. Harris received high guest score. At the conclusion of the games a delicious salad course was served to sight club members and the following guests: Kesdames W. A. Harris, W. F. Powell and W. H. Baxter Jr. · Mrs. C. Lester Skaggs will be the next hostess. · · . INFORMAL AFFAIR AT GIBSON HOME , Tha Loyal Women's class of the Christaln Sunday school entertained the members of the class and their husbands Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Gibson, honoring Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith, who are moving to Corpus Christ!. Bible games and contests furnished amusement during the evening. At a late hour ice cold matermelon was served to the following: Mes- srs, and Mesdames T. A. Mauck, J. T. Gound, W. C. Crick. E. L. Sugg, Mrs. F. E. Smith, Rev. Wm Le May, Miss Dorothy Schammell Mrs. E. W. Langley, Dr. J. E. Mont gomery, Mrs. Dar Ratllff, Mrs Dora James and Mrs. E. Squyers PERSONALS W. B. Hutto and N, P. Wimberly left Thursday for Corpus Christ where they will spend several days Mesdamas Bryan Hutto, N. P Wimberly, M. T. Hutto of Donna. and C. F. Mackey of Harlingen left Friday night -for Corpus Christ! to Join Mr. Hutto and Wimberjy and to meet Miss Margeret Hutto and Miss Louise Douthit on their return from Los Angeles and other points in California. E. G.' Braher left Friday for San Antonio where he will spend several days. Leon Clark of San Antonio is the gwst of his grandparents, Mr. and Mi-.. R. L. Clark. Mrs. E. V. Valden and Miss Ruth Van Vllet spent the week-end In Corpus Christi, Miss Ann Granum of Philadelphia. Pa., arrived Friday for a Ms- It with her sister, Mrs. H. D Bowir. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fike of Brandon, Miss., arrived Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Fike's brother, S N. McWhorter. Miss Alease Hart, who is attending school in Kinssville. spent the week-end at home. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Allen and son returned last week from an extended visit with relatives in Trenton. Tenn., They were accompanied home by James Allen, a nephew of Mr. Allen. Little Donnie Schweldler underwent a tousil oocration last week. He is reported doing nicely. Mrs. E. T. Edrlngton of Raymond- vllle soent Friday with Mrs" M L Dew. Jr. Miss Dorothy Whitson of Harlingen spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. E. C. Penntck. tinguished. Plnlc and white roses accentuated a color scheme of pink and white. Mrs. Lamberton also entertained a number of guests. They, with Tommy's guests, included Mesdames E. A. Brown and son, Gene: H. W. Heil and children, Gladys and Charles; E. J. Haufr and daughter, Louise; Frank Duncan and son, Walter; Oscar Roman and children, Dorothy and Richard; J. H. McKlnney and daughter, Bettie Joe; Frank Avant and daughter, Charline Seth and Jack and Dorothy Carlisle, Kathryne Swartz, Doris May and C. E. Hahn, Jr., Virginia Ragland. Jackie Henshaw, Btllle and Ed Perry. * * * PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Cark Atterbury and children have returned from a recreational visit of several days in Corpus Christi. Miss Jeanette Caldwel] of Mission and her house guest, Miss Joel Luck of Cleburne, were guests'here Mon day of Misses Mary Frances and Sara Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Agnew and son, Blake, motored to San Antonio at the week-end. Mr. Agnew returned to Mercedes Monday. Mr. Agnew and son will remain in San Antonio for a visit with Mrs. Agnew's mother, Mrs. M. S. Hill. C. E. Atterbury and R. B. Atterbury of this city were called to Victoria during the past week on account of'the death of their grandmother, Mrs. Ella Moorhead. Communications from Mr. and Mrs. John Rouse, who left Mercedes the first of July, state that they are now waiting at their old home in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. They expect to retiun to Mercedes the first of September. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Green. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bcale, Mrs. A. C.'Snodgrass, Miss Mable Palmer, the latter two of San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas and H. L. Scott formed a party which spent the week-end at Boca Chica. H. T. Tidmore reutrned to Mercedes Monday from Malakof and Athens, whore he and his family have been visiting relatives. Mrs. Tidmore and son and daughter stopped in Kerrville for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. King and fam- ly spent the week-end at Point Isabel and Boca Chica. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller and sons, Harold and Robert returned this week from a week's recreational visit in Kerrville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dawson and daughter, Frances, have returned fronj a three week's visit in California. Mrs. H. E. Bennett and son and daughter, Buddie and Mary Ruth and John Shaw left Tuesday for Denver, Colo., where John will visit Dr. Paul Connor. Mrs. Bennett and children will go to Pine Cliff, Calif., where she will be Joined later by Mr./Bennett, all making the return trip together after several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Scoggtas and daughter, Faye Nayan, have returned from a visit in Galveston and Houston. While in latter city they visited Mrs. Scogglns' sister, Mrs. E. L. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stotler have for their guests Mrs. Ethel Duffey and daughter, Mary, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayns Huff and children, La- verne and Richard, who arrived' this week Irom Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bouse and son, Harry, Jr., have returned from a two weeks' stay in Los Angeles, California, where Mr. Rouse went in the Interest of the Citrus Growers' Association. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coultas returned from a six thousand mile trip at the week-end, which included Canada. On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wallace and Miss Mabel Washeter of Mercedes and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Anderson of La Feria formed a surprise party which motored out to the Coultas home, northwest of town in honor of Mrs. Coultas'-birthday. She received a. number of nice gifts. Mrs. W. T. Trousdale has returned from a visit of several weeks in San Antonio arid Waco. In Waco, where she visited relatives. She also spent a short time with Mrs. H. E. Conger, a former Mercedes resident. In Ban Antonio she visited her daughter, Miss Dick Bigden. Mrs. C. C. Locket and grand children, Charlie and Bobble Miller, of New Orleans, and Mrs: A. B. Scott left Tuesday morning for a week's recreational visit in Kerrville. Post Guard Mount Captain William T. Haldeman, post adjudant, announces that : ; will hold a formal mounted guard mount on the main parade ground, on Friday afternoon, commencing' at 4:30, o'clock. The 12th Cavalry Band, under the direction of Mr. Charles F. Waddington, 'Will hold the usual Thursday evening concert at the post, starting at 7:30, o'clock. There are eight or nine metals more valuable than gold. Aerial Review To Honor Inspector GALVESTON, July 31.-- {.'P)-- An aerial review at Fort Crockett wss planned today by the third attack- group, Army Air Corporation in honor of F. Trubee Davidson.' Assistant Secretary of War in charge of aeronautics, who was expected to arrive at 3 p. m, Galveston and San Antonio were the only stops in Texas scheduled on the Secretary's 10,000-mile swing around the country. Accompanied by Major D. C. Emmons and piloted by Captin Ira C. Eaker, who commanded the "Question Mark" on its record- making' flight. The candlepower of the sun is expressed by staggering figures-- 323 followed by 25 noughts, or 3230 quadrillions. Maurice Larvaron, Frcndh scientist at the Becns Farm School, has announced he has perfected a method for determining the qual- ity of seed by radio. Waves emitted by inferior seed are easily distinguished by a special receiver of his. FIRST PRIZE and GOLD MEDALS Awarded Upton's Tea os the finest tea grown in*ur«* highest quality without additional cost. Buy it by the pound forlcedTea economy. Alsoi/ 2 lb.,y4lb.,10candTeaBagTin». Tea merchant b r a p p o i n t ' mrnt en it. K. g.u, OCOEQ* TM UNH C v. irAi* LIPTONSTEA . . The World's finest T«a RanKr, Ceylon Mercedes FOURTH BIRTHDAY PARTY OCCASION The lawn of Mr. and Mrs Joe Lamberton in Palm Heights Drive was a scene of much merriment on Saturday afternoon when their son. Master Tommy Joe Lamberton. was host to a number of his little friends in honor of his fourth birthday The little folk all came in their bathing suits and enjoyed an hour or so of fun and frolic on the lawn while numerous sprays played water over them all the while. Exciting battles were waged with water pistols. Later in the afternoon refreshments were served and a beautiful white birthday cake was cut after the four pink candles had been ex- Thought She Couldn't Get Rid of P i m p l e s "I am so thrilled now that I am rid of all those pimples that embarrassed me so" says Miss Thelma Walker, who lives at 2424 Morse Street. "I got rid of every pimple and cleared my skin beautifully with some Littell's Liquid Sulphur which they told me about at the drug store one day when I was trying to find something for my Broken out skin. I just patted it onto the places where the pimples were, before going to bed. In a few days they were entirely gone." Littell's Liquid Sulphur dries quickly. Saturate the skin with it a few minutes before going to bed. Next morning wash on all trace of it, and see^how the pimples, rash, sunburn, or itching skin, mosquito bites and chiggers have cleared up. (adv.) FREE! Fish Friday Morning The first 100 people that come to our factory Friday morning and buy 1 quart of our delicious Sherbert will receive 2 pounds of nice fresh fish caught and taken care of by ourselves. i .We have had such" fine luck' bur last two; trips out that we can give one hundred families a mess of fish. Come by and get your fish and a ticket for your sherbet. You can send back for your sherbet when you are ready for it. · · + + · · · · · 4 I Lamberth Ice Cream| Company 1015 Adams Street + * can fhe no best tires! Crude rubber prices are low. Tire prices are down so far almost anyone can afford the world's best tires. The G o o d y e a r All- Weather Tread is superior in traction. You can buy them for less than you used to pay for inferior or unknown tires. In short, you can enjoy the extra [value in Goodyear Tires at the lowest prices in history! This extra value in Goodyears is not accidental. 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