Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on May 28, 1961 · Page 5
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 5

Del Rio, Texas
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Sunday, May 28, 1961
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{Texas) NEWS-HERAID, Sunday/May 28, 1961 Classified Ads Bring Results - Advertise THE COTTAGE BEAUTY SALON " OFFERS A SOLUTION TO YOUR BEAUTY BUDGET " \VITK A ... MOTHER a DAUGHTER COMBINATION PERMANENT WAVE Regularly priced aJ Si 5.00 each (a S30.0O value) BOTH FOR THE SENSATIONAL PRICE OF ONLY Special offer effective Monday, Moy 29ih for two weeks only! SALON OPENS AT ... 9:00 A.M. 503 AVE F. PR 5-4878 ^ Bible School. In First Methodist Church June 5 • lite BiMe school for children • will, own June 5 in ihe ' First .Methodist Church and will continue for two weeks. Classes are held Monday throuah Friday each week from '? 10 10 a.m. for tho three-year-olds i><na from 9 to ij;SO a.m.' for the oiher children. 4 years old through, .sixth graders. Mrs. Dow Palmer is the direc- l-r of the Bibk- school. Sludy will include personal ari^ ;iro»p relationship. Bibie studv. .'.vorship. sinsini;. creative \vrinnc-, crnft-s. and games, with refreshments daily: Theme for the fcindersranen ss My Home and Family; for Jh-j prin.ary department. Love O'te Another; for ihe juniors, Livin;; SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY Marion Russell wi!l present her hiqh school piano pupils in recital at 8 p.m. in rtie Woman's Club. The public i% invited. THURSDAY Marion Russell will present her elementary and junior high school pupils in the Woman's Club at 5 p.m. The public is invited. r-nd Working Together as Christians. Letters explaining the school d its proararn are being dis- tribuled Sunday at the First Meth- cdist Church to children in ilio Sunday School Department frit • 10 take home to their par ems. '..-'.••.' Brownies of Troop 3? Hold Fly Up Rites / : ..Browiiie Scouts of Troop 3S ended their year with a wiener roast Friday night at the Girl Scout Hut. The troop held a Fly Up eerc- tiHMiy the previous • Wednesdav : evening at ihe Hut when Gid Scout u-in«s and Girl Scout pins 'were awarded Sandy Baker. Elizabeth Bradley. Betty Bruce, .lanine Herbert. Tonimii- 'Osteen. t'lla Mao Valdez. Cathy Lcdbet- HT and Jininiie Lou LougSey. Attending ihe roast were Sandy fJ-aket. Eli?.abcih Bradley. Hc-rhr.rt.. EJla Mac Valdez, Jim- " Lou Lansley.- Bobbie Brad- H\V. Terrell Herborl. Royce Ann T !erbort. Edward Baker. Ann Baker. Mrs. B..M. Baker, Roy Herbort and ihe leaders, Mrs. R:iy Herbert and Mrs. Bruce Bradlev. N / \ jillip^--. . " \ .*tf& er Biedkfdst For Former DRHS Studefits Pete Williams Jr.-of Austin, who taught in Dei Rio-High School two years, was host at a breakfast Friday morning at 7:30 o'clock in ' the v Roswell : Hotel honoring members .of the graduating : class •jf Del Rio High School, who were his students. ' , :•;. - He taujjhl social studies in DM Rio in 1957-59 and led the group \ through some unique experimental studies in political science. His guests included Mary Coward, KirK Holtuan, Pamela Liv-j ingslon. Jimmy Allen, Jerry'.. Shi-• Gloria Bravo, Bella Ramos, i T-ongino Gonzalez Jr., Gary Ridgway, Diana Cardenas, Letic : a Perez, Dolores Ortiz, Margarita Ortiz, Josephine Torres,, Yolanda Talamantez, Ana Bclia Lozano, Penny Shivcly, Patty Winn Cum- inings, Janice Kay Vernor, Jerry Bain, Jimmy: Simmons, Donnalec Stone, Linda Hayes, Cathy Tid- welJ, Rudy Sotelo, Carlos Sanchez. Filemon Ortiz, Manuel Mcjarano Jr., Miller Ronobalo, Simon Frias, Nazario Hernandez, Ricardo Martinez and Noe Borrego'; a special Sliest, Gilbcrto Ccrda, Del 'Rio High School instructor. Tips For Your Garden By The Morning Glory Club , DISEASE AND INSECTS ! ON ROSES ! LONE COED—Elsie I^\v is in a 'class fay herself. That is, she's the only woman student out of a total enrollment of fi9 at'Western Theological Senunary in JSoHa-.ul. Mich., a- Dutch Reformed Churth iissiiluiion. S!;o's tiie lirst girl to enroll in the scliec-l's 9^>e>r hLsiory. Siuiti" next to her is hc-r husband, Jert-:ny. v hem she niruv.ed in lions Kong. They hi pa to" return iu ihs r^r ts:** and tt-ach. This Month BE OUR GUEST on BEAUTYREST for 30 nights Beautyrest j| Guest Card As ho'dir of !his nttmbcred card, ytyj arr cntiii*d ;o a special JO-nishl ^Jt-: Ti-.a! of 2 n^i- Beauiyresi mal- ;:esi jr. >our own home . .". on your ,-r-vn hcd. B:;v-onf. ir>- one and pet t;ic ^r 1 ri5 " H body ever had. Be comple::!;..._.saiisfied or your money ••iiti se^ rc!L--ccd Beauivrest GUCSL Cj.-J i'.;;, : i;:-!r ai»o with Supcrsi^c tj^ur-re^; rri-i:trusses. BE.*l'TV»EitT BY -SIMMONS Mrs. John C. Smith 13 Green Village Rd. Madison, New Jersey *C£ viXVviJfS^' se The Classifieds PHESlOENT. CO- QUEEN S!2E 5-iriches longer, 6-inches wider nan" 3 regular double bed. Choice of firmness in tifted or quilted. Mattress and boxspring. .... -SlfcQ5fl LONG BOY a big 5-inches longer than regular length; Tufted or quilted, twin or ful! size. . -$QQ5G To banish mildew spray or dust I the bushes wuh sulphur; use a'j sulphur spray for rust; for black; spot spray with Fermaic;' gather] up' all diseased lea%-es and burn! ; them. j i To kili aphitis use a strong i stream of water from a hose and, -i wash the leaves daily—or use | I Black Leaf-'40, nicoiina sulphate! I or pyreihruni !" . i FEEDING . Newly-set rose -bushes should not be fed; give them at least three months in which to start growing. Then lightly scattered around one tablespoon of fertilizer, such as 5-10-5; after six months a handful »f fertilizer will do. Feed roses the first of August to the first of October. Most roses are overfed, and .'many killed for this reason atonc.- Norway .maintains a polar bear sanctuary in the Spitsbergen archipelago. REGULAR TWIN SJZE Forsingle bed sleepers wanting body-fitting comfort Tufted or aui I ted. S7Q50 i ry a brand new Besutyrest in your own home, on your own bed for 3O nights, ff you're not convinced this is the finest mattress you've ever owned, your guest trial won't-cost you-a single penny. : And we make this amazing offer because we want you to give in to «the temptation of Beautyrest, to the kind of comfort . that's kind to your back. We'd like you TO discover the buoyant, healthful support that Beautyrest's individual coil • construction can provide, the really refreshing sleep millions have already experienced. So come in today, arrange for your 3O njght guest trial. be-kind-to-vour- '-*: back month with rfBeautyrest! Ma be-kind-to-vour- bud^et month with easv Beautvrest terms! \ KING SIZE 5-inches longer, almost 2-feet wider than a double bed. Won't crowd bedroom, takes up less room than twin beds, gives same privacy. With 2 boxsprings. $9QQOO BRAND NAMES REGULAR DOUBLE BED- provides single bed comfort because of independent "her" coils and ; 'his" coils. Tufted or quilted, $7058 .'Beautyrest made only by Simmons CRIB SIZE Small growing backs need Beautyrest support loo. It's only.. . $7085 THERE'S ONE OF 24 STYLES, SIZES AND FIRMNESSES TO FIT YOUR NEEDS AND POCKETBOOK EASY TERMS: With Only $5.00 Down and $1.60 Weekly We Will Deliver a BEAUTYREST to Your Home! RIO FURNI V '- " * . 506 S. MAiN PR 5-3141

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