Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 8, 1971 · Page 3
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Good Friday Union Service Planned DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Thursday, April 8, 1971-3 Small Fry's Easter Good Friday Union Services will be held from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Friday in the First Presbyterian Church with six ministers participating. Chaplain Patrick Morrison of Laughlin Air Force Base will deliver the sermon on the theme, "Watch and Pray." The Rev. William S. Galdwell, pastor of the host church, will offer the Call to Worship and the invocation and the Rev. Alfred Cortez will give the Old Testament reading from Isaiah 53 and the Prayer of Confession will be offered by the Rev. John W. Platt, minister of the First Methodist Church, who will also give the Assurance of Pardon. Chaplain, Morrison will give the New Testament reading before his sermon. The Rev. BiL. Brown, pastor of the First Christian Church, will offer the Prayer of Commitment and the Rev. Milton Brown Jr., rector of St. James* Episcopal Church, will give the benediction. To Offer >s. Cantata i Tonight "The Glory of Easter" by John Petersen will be presented in the First Presbyterian Church tonight at 7:30 o'clock under the direction of W.B. Robb. Col, Stewart Robb will be the narrator for the cantata and Mrs. W.G. Schrier is the organist. 'Soloists will be Mrs. William S, Caldwell, Mrs. Ray Nichols, W.B. Robb and It, Charles White. ' Following the cantata, Holy Communion will be celebrated with an open service. Poor Diets Found Prevalent in Spring Holy Week Rites In St. Joseph's Church DELIVER TOYS-Junior Girl Scodts of Troop 177 made stuffed toys and delivered them to the Day Care Center in.the San Felipe Neighborhood Facility. Holding the toys, seated on the floor, are George Gray and Kenneth Mason. Junior Girl Scouts delivering the toys include, left, Yolanda Tovar, Chayo Vela, Ruth Vasquez, Velma Moya and Edith Young, right. The girls made the playthings for credit on the toy maker badge. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. Richard Ginkus and her assistant, Mrs. Jack Burnap. (News-Herald Photo) SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY The Del Rio Music Club will have a sacred music program presented by the Chancel Choir of the First United Methodist Church at 7:30 p.roNin the church sanctuary. Mrs. Beverly Tabor is the director and Mrs. Leon Mayfield will play the organ accompaniment. A social in the House of Friendship of the church will follow the program with the hostesses including Mesdames Sam Draper, A. madison, Balfour Davies, W.P. Meredith Jr., Douglas Newton and John Almond Jr. There were 120 hair wig factories in Hong Kpng at the end of fiscal 1968. Holy Week services in St. Joseph's Catholic Church include Masses to be held in English and in Spanish today. The Rev. J.R. Velasco, O.M.I., announced the Mass at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon was to be in English and that at 7 o'clock tonight, in Spanish. Solemn Adoration will be held from 8 to 11 o'clock tonight and the Vigil for Pea^e will be held from ll-^p- m - to 12 o'clock midnight.. Masses on Good Friday will be at 1 p.m. in Spanish and at 3 p.m. in English, the pastor said. Holy Saturday will include Confessions from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. and from 3 to 6 p.m. with a Spanish service at 6:30 p.m. Easter Sunday, ,the priest said, "The stress IT-Qn the historical fact that Christ has risen from the dead but also we recall how the Lord's resurrection is a fact with a meaning for us here and now; as members of the risen Christ we have access to a new life, the very life of God. Masses Easter are at 6:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and at 6:30 p.m. Stay Slim But In Gourmet Style More United States families have poor diets in the spring than in any other season, according to Frances Reasonover, Extension foods and nutrition specialist at Texas A&M University. These findings from the 1965-66 household food consumption survey were reported recently by Arietta M. Beloian, United States Department of Agriculture food specialist. In the survey, 21 per cent of United States family diets rated poor during the spring months; in each of the other seasons, 18 per cent of the diets ranked "poor." Generally, the diets receiving a poor rating lacked ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and Vitamin A found in fruits and vegetables, and calcium from milk and milk products. Shortages of the two vitamins occur more often in spring, when family consumption of fruits and vegetables is the lowest. Southern families in the study had a greater proportion of diets below the recommended allowances for Vitamin C and Vitamin A than families in other regions. These nutrients, Miss Reasonover adds, are a problem in every season. The Household Food Consumption survey also showed that food budgets and the portion of food dollars spent on the individual food groups varied little from season to season. Dietary improvement must then come from changes in food group buying patterns, Miss Reasonver explains. ' t Springtime may be fashion time for mom, but Easter is the dress-up season for the small fry, Buffy coat and dress ensemble deft) is in acrylic knit. The patterned coat has navy knit shoulder tabs and belt and a matching beret. Under it is an A-line bonded sleeveless dress with trim to match the coat. Buffy-style dress in printed cotton and polyester knit (right) has stond-up collar. Vinyl shoulder bag is held in place by shoulder epaulet. These Nannette designs should be prominent in the tiny tot Easter parade. TFUJf VALUE TRUE VALUE TRUE VALlll TRUE VALUE TRUE VALUE TRUE.VALUE £.aster Kitdienware RIOT!! Preparing the traditional holiday ham is more fun with these convenient work-savers! Many are as colorful as Mr. Easter Bunny's eggs, as beautiful as Grandma's new bonnet. Come, see them all and save money too, at your friendly, nearby True Value or V & S store. ^s HARDWARE 1 ""*'* '.^^ enil£L.~_i ~"775-3502^$ 506 E. Gibbs v^n .il -'. . By ROSETTE HARGROVE PARIS—(NEA)—A cruise is a cruise is a cruise, but it was up to the French to combine an Event, a Man and a Boat for the first cruise of its kind. The Event was the introduction of a "slimming cruise," never before attempted in this now-so-popular form of vacation. The Man in charge was well-known French chef, Raymond Oliver, who, for the occasion, worked out a low-calorie diet with superb haute cuisine dishes. The Boat was the luxury liner "Mermoz" which provided ultimate comfort and the maximum in exotic relaxation. Oliver, high priest of French cuisine, is ready to gamble his reputation on the iO-day cruise. He is out to prove that a "mousseline of "lobster," plus veal scallops in cream sauce and a French pastry dessert can be as good for anyone's health as a 1 dish of raw shredded car- Maundy Thursday Services Maundy Thursday services will include Holy Communion in the First United Methodist Church at 7 o'clock tonight. The Rev. John W. Platt, pastor of the church, will be in charge of the service. St. James' Episcopal Church .will hold a Maundy Thursday service at 7:30 o'clock tonight in charge of the Rev. Milton Brown, rector of the church, and the Fust Christian Church will hold a Maundy Thursday service tonight at 7:30 o'clock. CHURCH ; CALENDAR TUESDAY The Mary Martha Circle of the First United Methodist , Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the ,home of Mrs. L.M. Lloyd, 403 W. 5th St rots and unimaginative, unseasoned grilled or boiled meat or fish. He is the owner of a three- star restaurant in Paris, Le Grand Vefour, known to international gourmets. He is a familiar figure on French television, has written come 25 cookbooks, given cooking lessons on European and American TV besides acting as food consultant for trans-European dining cars and airlines. Oliver's latest brain child, this "diet cruise" is for gourmets of both sexes, conscious of the necessity of fitness, who watch their weight but. above all appreciate good food. Rio's Chalet Presents Your Local Hardware Merchant Has Joined With 3700 Dealers for National Chain Buying Power! UjeSTBEND •- WEST BEND 2499 Colorful TEA KETTLE ELECTRIC SKILLET It whistles when water boils! Large 12x12" size, extra-deep Trigger-operated pour-spout, 'cover. Porcelain-on-aluminum. Porcelain finish on aluminum. Fired-on, no-stick interior. WEST BEND 7-PC."COUNTRY-INN" SET Colorful porcelain-on-aluminum with fired-on no-stick interior finish. Includes 1% and 2%-qt. covered sauce pans, 10" skillet, 5-qt. covered Dutch oven (lid fits skillet). Oven-safe handles, knobs. 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