Valley Morning Star from Harlingen, Texas on March 2, 1958 · Page 22
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Valley Morning Star from Harlingen, Texas · Page 22

Harlingen, Texas
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Sunday, March 2, 1958
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R2—Sunday, March 2, 1938 tai ; t.t.rt* Môme»» »T H A RUNG E>. TKXAi AB Maldonado-Robles Vows Pledged in San Benito DeMolay Mothers Bridge Scores Meet March 4 For the Week Lt. N. G. Blahuta Engaged To Miss Wallace of N.Y. SAN BENITO — The wedding Mis* of Miss Aim* Rohlfs, daughter of ^ras Mrs. Felfi Flores Martinez, and •Mario Maldonado solemnized recently at the St. Teresita church. Mr. and Mr*. M. Maldonado of Eagle Pans ari parents of the bridegroom. Given in marriage by her uncle, j^oj{’ Maurick) Flores, the bride w >r< a gown of white nylon over taf Giuria Robles carried Wallace Krank J. Blahuta, 801 E At the reception in the Knights of Columbus Hall, Misa Bella Gsr- za was in charge of the guest Cake and hot carolate were served by Mr*, Luis Villarr* _ cal, M», Ansel Rodriquez and lets. Tho littM baMiuf v>»s mi- Mr. M,..g|p |;nM,. TV br!dc i« a RTHilUfdf* rf ?*:*n school, her hus!r»nd. irr*«*» n • . v>*n f ili l m the U. S. The DeMolay Mother’s circle' Wednesday night winners in the, thr will meet Tuesday at 7-30 o m in Harlingen Duplicate Bridge club! Mr and Mrs. Alvin P . ‘ .... . games at the Country Cluo were: Lj Ossining. N. Y., announce the Buren, Harlingen, the home of Mrs. I). R. Whitley. .. i ------- 1 their daughter. M ss Wallace Mrs* from 0ssining high sciux>1 and talk on “Texas Resorts” was giv Briarcliff college, Briarcliff Man- en A,irs. John Russell. Of spe ☆ ☆ North * South. Mrs. Ivan Hook- engagement , _______________ ................... oi Mike Rodriguez, of Harlingen 1^1 E. faylor. I he meeting date rr^ uuntingr|f>n Beach, Calif., and Barbara, to Lt. seived the bridegroom as best has been changed lor this month \^rs. j, h , Crosby, La Ferla, Blahuta, son oi man. only. first; Mr. and Mrs. John Mother- Mother» are being urged to at- 8hed, Harlingen, second, Mrs. . ... . . Frank Ragsdale, Harlingen, and tend as nlans will be made to as Norman Mr. and ' Texas Resort Talk Given Aurora Club ; SAN BENITO — The Aurora club met with Mrs. W. W. Weaver Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. E. Van Fanin, president, presided over the business. raduated interesting and informative * re broidered with smftll beads and 'rhinestones. The long full skirt hi„, wa. caught »1 thr hack with a „ bow. Her pearl and rhinestone on- wj}} crusted band held a fingertip veil Aj|. jV !(i; of illusion. She carried a white or chid surrounded by carnations. Mrs. Norma Garcia and MK> Elena Maldonado, sister of the bridegroom attended the bride. Mr, and Mrs. Luis VUtarreai were first witnesses and pad rims de la?/> were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mills. Mis* Estell Morales and Miss Frances Robles were cushion bearers. Miss Beatrice Rodriguez carried the book and Rosary and ’rained sandpaper. MRS. MELVIN ARTHUR ALLEN Formerly Miss Anita Jane Austin of Denton Melvin A. Allen Takes Bride in Denton Rites ☆ Raymond Austin, Melvin Arthur Allen, son and Mrs. Fred M. Allen of San Worth. Benito, were married in Cole Judgon Ward First Methodist church.'ei Serving the brides Judson W Chapter 629 OES Honors Star Points Hal Erie, Mercedes, third, ivt the IWIulay chapter with its East . vvest, Mrs. Austin An- annuol barbecue. ¡son, and Mrs. Fran Barlow, Har* '’'• n.iers are also being asked lingen, first; Mrs. Bruce Reeves 1 i bring a gift wrapped package and Mrs. W. R. Hanawalt, Harlin* f ir the white elephant auction. gne, second; Mrs. Ethel Hicks and - ---------- Rufus Ransome, Brownsville, If a suede brush does not re- third. move spots on felt hats and suede —---* shoes, try rubbing the spots gent- Winners in the Weslaco Dupli- !y with an emery board or fine cate Bridge club's master point night Tuesday were: North-South, Mr. and Mrs; Lyle Hogan, San Benito, first; Mrs. R, W. Sutherland and Mrs. J. N. Crawford, Brownsville, second; Mr. and Mrs Joe Taylor, ¡San Benito, third; and Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Spriggs, Denver, Col., ; fourth. ! East * West, FHo Hansen and J. S. Ward, Harlingen, first; Rufus Ransome and Dr L, W. Osher, Brownsville, second; and Mrs. P. E Carpenter and Mrs Anna Jenkines. Weslaco, third. MERCEDES — Chapter 629. Order of the Eastern Star, honored its star points with an appropriate program at the stated meeting Monday in the Masonic hall, Mrs* Jsrncs Kirk^r, worthy mu* DENTON — M -s Anita Jane and carried a nosegay of white troni awj Martin w, Waldron,! Austin, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. carnations. worthy patron, presided in the I) it n and Bridesmaids were Mrs. Vernon East for ritualistic opening and! , ., . Austin, Gainesville, Mrs. Ray ¡the tranaaction of business. ° * Austin and Mrs. Melvin Austin of Mrs. Lillie Hosea told the story of the life of Esther and a poem wire married in t;oio judson Ward. San Benito, serv- written by the worthy matron was Cnaivl of First Methodist church. cd his brother-in-law as best man r<?ad. Paul Schrank, marshall, was i matron of honor was with groomsmen and ushers, Ray, escort and I-eslie Barnes, chap- ,mv iu.,n Mrs i Vernon, and Don Austin. Miss Di- 'a*n> was R°lolst. , , : ,, • • anc Austin ot Ft. Worth was flow. Guwt. wtra Mr.. Charles Kna- d of S in Benito. She (^rj die and Willard Anderson, worthy cotton satin shcathi tv»» hHr?» wnr* & oniu.*n nt rrv«»‘matron and patron of Mission,. and Mrs. G. D. Hindman. •w »verskirt of blu , Tlie bride wore a gc*v*n of crys-i chiffon tal white imported chantillv lacej * , and Krcnch KUle over satin. Hie ''-or *-v *? P8'i°.u 1 houffant la<-e paneled skirt ended B,fnl °' "nd '"embers of their two chapters as well as numerous: out of state visitors. orever u ourS FINE PORTRAITS by booth studio Laurel Park 'Known For Award- innmg Photography** in a ch.ijvel train. A tiara of lace edged in satin and pearls held her fingertip veil. She carried a circular bouquet of white velvet Floral arrangements in keeping with the worthy mHtron's colors , . , , were furnished by Mrs. Gamers petal», stephanotls and phalamop. - vvho altil s,n,cd „ cholr. ms centered with a white orchid.1 man of the refreshment commit- The bouquet was designed by the t<.e assisted by Mrs. Evelyn Kicsis and Mrs. Norma Smith. Mrs. Kathleen Hughes and Mrs. Pearl Hall served the cherry tarts and coffee. bridegroom's mother. The bride’s parents were hosts for a reception in the student loungo of the church. The bride is a graduate of Denton high school and North Texas State college. The bridegroom is j a graduate of San Benito hicrh Country Club Dance .school and is a senior at NTSC j Harlingen Country Club mem* where he is a member of Kappa bers and their guests «re being • ------ ’ til MJ ---or. She is now emplo-yed as a ^ interest s|ie &aid, if. the reccnt personnel assistant for Lockheed , lMbe) jnl0 „ \ircraft Service, Inc., Keehi La- ctopmcni ?oon in Honolulu, Hawaii. * resort area. Included in hei U.k Lt. Blahuta attended Texas was the Multimillionaire club near A & M and was graduated from Palestine with I'M on the waiing the United States Military Aca- list for membership, lemy at West Point, N. Y. in Members were amused by tiie 1955. He is now serving as a first roll call of travel cxpenences. ieutenant with the U. S. Army at jchoffield Barracks in Hawaii. sining. the couple will After a June 15 wedding in Os* Honolulu. live in MISS BARBARA WALLACE Monday night winners at. the Harlingen Air Force Base Duplicate games were; North-South, Mrs. J. White and Mrs. G. J. Ellis, Harlingen, first; Randolph Scott, Harlingen, and Mrs. J. J. Taylor, Rayrnond- ville, second; Mr and Mrs. Robin Pate, Brownsville, third; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor, San Bi-nito, fourth. Mercedes Pastor Is Speaker at Zonta Meeting Treasure Ford for MRS. MARIO MALDONADO Was Alma Robles of San Benito (Don's Photo) fUMPP’S Delta Pi, national education fraternity. Fallowing a wedding trip to invited to attend the dance Wed nesda.v March 12 at the club when Treasure Ford and her orchestra Lake Murray. tJi» couple will be ,ppl.,r A cocktail hour »ill at home at 318 Congress. prrr,de the dance which starts at 9 p.m. RETI It NS TO MJBBOCK Mrs, J. H. Hankins ot Lubbock has returned to her home Cut down ironing time by hang after;ing slacks or trousers by tshe legs visiting her son and daughter - in- after washing. The wet weight of law, Mr. and Mrs. W. F\ Han-the garment takes out most of the wrinkles. rJuaiii L (I T" * ’* *" .. J ! j aa 'For The Finest Fabrics Available" — i WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW & LARGER QUARTERS 314 E. Jackson — Harlingen, Texas READY TO SERVE OUR FRIENDS OLD & NEW -Pt-mii 111 -in i t i 11 t i i 45 Inch Dacron & Cotton Prints & Woven Fancies 00^ Values to 1.98 A Yard #U ONE TABLE ASSORTED DRIP AND DRY COTTONS 79 yd. 45 Inch Nylon Chiffon All Colors Including ftAC Our Latest Citrus Shades 89 yd. 72 INCH NYLON NET ALL COLORS.... ............. 4 YARDS $ 1.00 180 DENIER TAFFETA 3 yards SI *00 1 TABLE ASSORTED DRIP & DRY Cotton Prints * 49c MERCEDES - The Rev. George Wheeler, pastor of the Mercedes East - West, Mrs. Kitty Werner First Christian church, was and Mrs. B. G. Smidt. Brownsville, guest speaker at the February tied for first with Mr. and Mrs. dinner meeting of the Zonta club Cy St rouse, Los Fresnos; Mrs. 0f East Hidalgo County. Elo Hansen, Harlingen, and Mrs. Mrs. E. A. DcJong, Mrs. Jim Nellie Solether, Weslaco, third; Menton and Mrs. Grace Johnson, Mrs. Ethel Hicks. Brownsville and all of Mercedes, were hostesses Lt. Ken Holden, Harlingen, fourth, for the dinner in Mrs. Johnson's -------------- ^home Thursday nigiit. Falcon Band Concert , Is Thursday Night talk with "Tricks of Illusion.” He LOS FRESNOS —The Los Fres- was introduced by Mrs. J. Edwin nos Falcon Band will present its Harvey, Mercedes. Mrs. Johnson, annual Formal Concert featuring service committee chairman for light, popular music, folk songs, the club, was program chairman. Latin American rhythms and Mrs. Ferris Wells, W’eslaco, gave marches Thursday at 8 p.m. in the invocation, the high school auditorium. j Harlingen Zontians attending Adults admission, 50 cent, stu were Mrs. B. F. Wanamaker, dents, 25 and pre-school children Mrs. H. R. Bupp and Mrs. 0. N. will be admitted free. Joyner. Attending as guests with -------------- their wives were Dr. R. II. John- To keep radiators from rusting, ston> Ai DcJong. C. W. Robin- wipe them with an oiled cloth. son and j. Edwin Harvey, all of Mercedes. Other guests introduced were Mrs. Mike Benitez. Weslaco, and Mrs. Arturo Arrendondo, Mercedes. Mrs. DeJong, the president, called attention to cancer films to be shown in Weslaco and Mercedes theaters at 10 a. m. Thursday, March 6. It was announced the club's monthly business meeting will be held Thursday. March 13, at the Cortez hotel, Weslaco, when new officers are to be elected. Mrs. Nellie Solether, Weslaco, is chairman of the nominating committee with Mrs. Ilaney and Mrs. AI Kocsis, Mercedes, as members. Dinner was served from quartet tables. The central flower arrangement featured a gold Zonta emblem with pink roses, ivy and candy tuft. FEBRUARY DINNER MEETING—Hostesses for the Zonta club of East Hidalgo County Thursday night are shown with the club's special guest speaker. Left to right, Mrs. E. A. DeJong, The Rev. George Wheeler, Mrs. Grace Johnson and Mrs. Jim Menton, all of Mercedes. Mr. Wheeler illustrated his talk with "tricks of illusion". (Staff Photo) •A.V.D. MONDAY ONLY! WOMEN'S SPRING & SUMMER DRESS SHOES & CASUALS VALUES TO $22.95 99 $4)99 T $695 ■ One Group < CHILDREN'S SHOES Values to $8.95 $ 2.99 and $ 4.99 p uri tea r J OF HARLINGEN WHERE BETTER SHOES ARE SOtU TABLES STEP COFFEE TABLES WEEK LONG SALE PLASTIC TOP-MATCHING COFFEE & STEP TA' BLOND MAHOGANY or BLOND & EBONY COMBINATION Kegular'» 95 EACH WMUE THEY LAST $ 8 TOM VINES FURNITURE STORE 220 W Monroe—G A3-1335 FREE DELIVERY ROBBY & LYH I™ HAVD SPECIALS BOYS AND GIRLS CLOTHING- INFANTS THRU TEEN-AGERS PREP BOYS 13 TO 20 SPORT COATS Values to 18.98 Q QO ALL WOOI........................... 0,70 PREP SUITS 17.98 to 23.98 ............. ^2 Off DACRONA SUITS 23.95 VALUE................ ^3 Off PREP SPORT COATS BUTCHER LINEN ... ... 8,98 BOYS 7 to 10 Wool Sport Coats V 2 13.98 to 19.98 VALUE Fall Suits Off 7-8 3.98 to G.Ü8—10 to It Dress Pants BERMUDA Shorts 10 to U 2.9S VALUE y2 ofí V2 Off 1.99 2 to 12 SPORT COATS New , Spring Stylen 6.50 Value $4.50 ETON SUITS Sizes I to 4 2.98 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS 3 to 18 3.98 SHIRTS ...............2.66 1.98 SHIRTS ..............1.33 4.98 SHIRTS ..............2.99 SHORT SLEEVE POLO SHIRTS 10 to 69c 79c Values to 1.39 Values 1.98 LONG SLEEVE 2 to 18 SPORT SHIRTS BROKEN SIZES FLANNEL CORDUROY Vi Off 2 to 6 Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS 1.98 Volua' 1.29 1.59 Gabardine Cap 75c 1 to 5 JACKETS 1 to 6 Boxer Shorts .. 98c Now Va Off Infant Diaper Cover & Shirt Values to 4.98 BOYS i GIRLS ............. 2.98 MORNING DRESSES 3.98 PLEATED DIAPER SHIRT............ 3.98 CORDUROY COVERALL STUFFED TOYS .... 98c MUSICAL TOYS . 1.99 1.49 1.99 1 99 Va Óff 59c VALUES TO 17.98 HOLIDAY STYLE PRE-TEEN SUMMER DRESSES S.9S VALUES - SLEEVELESS ... 5.99 PRE-TEEN DRESSES .... 5.00 4.98 Orion Sweaters 1.99 PRE-TEEN SHORTS 1.98 Red Gabardine 1.25 1.98 Denim Shorts . .99c 4.98 Bermuda Short 2.99 GIRLS 7 to 14 SHORT N' SHIRT SET 4.98 Value <CATALINA) .... 2.99 1.98 Shorts 1.25 3 00 BERMUDA O CA SHORTS ............. A.DU LOUNGING PAJAMA 5.50 VALUE-8 to 14........... 3.50 GIRLS 8 to 12 HOLIDAY Dresses BROKEN LOT 5.98 to l/_ 13.98 /2 OFF 8 to 14 SLEEVELESS POLO SHIRTS 2.98 Val. 1*49 BROKEN LOT TRIMFIT ANKLETS 3 to 10 BUY 39c PAIR — GET PAIR FREE 69c Wh. Stretch Anklet 49c 2.19 Patent Leath. Bag 79c Win. Hats, Val. to 3.98 99c Glrh 3 to 6x Hooded IMaxtiC RAIN COATS 1.19 Girls s to «\ CATALINA SWIM SUITS iS 2.66 i 1.99 SKIRT & BLOUSE SET 7.98 VALUE ... 3.99 1 to 3 HOLIDAY DRESSES 3.98 to 7.98 NOW 1.50 ,0 3.00 RUMMAGE SALE ODDS AND ENDS - IRREGULARS AT DRASTIC PRICE!

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