Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 23, 1971 · Page 3
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Del Rio, Texas
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Friday, April 23, 1971
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Services in Del Rio churches Sunday include the following: FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. John W. Platt will have as the theme for his morning sermon Sunday "Why Do You Stand Gazing at the Sky?" The scripture will be Acts 1:6-14. The service begins at 10:55 a.m. Sunday School classes meet at 9:45 a.m. The pastor will preach at the evening service at 6:30 o'clock. ST. JAMES' EPISCOPAL CHURCH Holy Communion will be celebrated in St. James* Episcopal Church at 7 a.m. and at ll a.m. Sunday. The Rev. Milton Brown is rector of the church. Sunday School classes meet at 10 a.m, Coffee is served in the Parish Hall after the 11 o'clock service in the church. The Altar Guild will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Parish Hall. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Morning worship in the First Presbyterian Church begins at 11 o'clock with the Rev. William S. Caldwell, the pastor, presenting a sermon entitled "Promises Become Facts" on John 10:1-18. The gospel reading will be John 10:1-18. Youth Fellowship will meet at 5 p.m. Sunday. The Service Circle Women of the Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. with members asked to bring a sack lunch. ~39ie Strengthening of the Church committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The choir will practice at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Thursday the C.L.C. Class will meet at 8 p.m. in the Manse with the Rev. and Mrs. William S. Caldwell at 312 Borroum St. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Opportunities for progress will be emphasized Sunday at Christian Science church services. "And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever," one of the scriptural verses in the Lesson-Sermon on "Probation - After Death" states. From Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, this citation will be read: "Progress takes off human shackles. The finite must yield to the infinite. Advancing to a higher plane of action, thought rises from the material sense to the spiritual, from the scholastic to the inspirational, and from the mortal to the immortal." WIN AT BRIDGE PRlMERA BAUTISTE Alvin A. Loiry Jr., area missionary of the Alto Frio Baptist Association at Uvalde, will deliver the sermon in Primera Bautiste Church at Bean and Plaza Streets Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday School classes meet at 10 a.m. An evening service is held at 7 p.m.' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning service in the First Baptist Church begins at 11 o'clock Sunday with the Rev. Fred Weisen delivering the sermon. Sunday School classes meet at 9:45 a.m. The evening service starts at 7 o'clock with prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. BAPTIST TEMPLE Sunday School classes meet at 9:45 a.m. in Baptist Temple, North Main at Sixth Street. The morning service is held at 11 o'clock with the pastor, the Rev. Richard Mayberry, News From Brackett BRACKETTVILLE Mrs. C.B. Ballantyne, Miss Else Sauer, and Mrs. Stafford Fritter were Castroville visitors Saturday afternoon, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hill of that city. Mrs. Bill Whitworth returned home Thursday after spending a few days in San Angelo, where she met her daughter, Sue Whitworth of Lubbock and visited other relatives in San Angelo. Miss Susan Grey of San Antonio was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Haynes on Friday night and attended the junior-senior prom with Bimbo. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Haynes, Susan and Bimbo were in San Antonio Saturday night and Sunday with Susan and Bimbo participating in the rodeos. The Royal Ambassadors of the First Baptist Church were at Lake Alto Frio Saturday to participate in a track meet among various churches of that area. Daniel Kaal accompanied the youngsters on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cummings visited in Iraan, Tex., during the week and attended track meets at Van Horn and Wink, where they watched their grandchildren participate. Mrs. Mary Senne and Mrs. Delia Shiprnan were San Antonio visitors over the weekend. delivering the sermon. Christian Training is held at 6:30 p.m. and the evening service starts at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer Service Wednesday is at 7 o'clock and the Adult Choir practices at 8 o'clock the same night. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH The Rev. Richard Lewis, pastor of Bethel Baptist Church at 600 E. 8th St. will deliver the sermon at the 11 a.m. service in the church Sunday. The evening service begins at 7 o'clock and Sunday School classes meet at 9:45 a.m. FOOD FOR AMERICANS Coffee Cake Full of Protein BIBLE WAY CHURCH OF OUR LORD, JESUS CHRIST The Bible Way Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith, Inc., at 409 E. Gortinas St. will hold morning services at 11 o'clock Sunday. Evening services are held at 7:30 o'clock and Sunday School classes meet at 10 o'clock in the morning. Prayer meeting is held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Finesse Takes Proper Card NORTH AA V653 • J92 A876432 23 WEST * Q J 10 9 5 V874 • 53 4Q109 EAST 6762 VQJ102 4K876 + K5 SOUTH (D) AK843 VAK9 • A Q 10 4 + AJ Both vulnerable West North East South 2N.T. Pass 3N.T Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4k Q By Oswald & James Jacoby Today's very simple hand is taken from Dorothy Hayden's book, "Winning Declarer Play." The bidding is straightforward. North doesn't bother with his six-card club suit because his ace and jack don't indicate any slam possibilities. South wins the spade lead in dummy. He has no choice. Then he looks longingly at that six-card club suit, but sees that there is just about no chance to do anything with it. Then where can he get nine tricks? He starts with two spades, two hearts,: a club and some diamonds. If he can bring in all four diamonds he will have his nine. If not he will 'be down one. How does he go about getting four diamond tricks? One way is to slap the ace on the table. If the singleton king drops he will be home. A better way is to finesse against the king so he must lead a diamond from dummy. Which one should he lead? The answer is the nine. If the king covers, well and good. If the king doesn't cover he repeats the finesse with the jack and plays the 10 from his hand. This makes it possible for him to lead diamonds from dummy for the third time. Had he started by playing the jack he would not have been able to repeat the finesse the third time and East would have saved his king. A simple play indeed, but one that is frequently missed. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) The bidding has been: West North East South 1* Pass 44 Pass ? You, South, hold: AAKQJ54 VKJ32 +65 *2 What do you do now? A—Pass. Your partner is not likely to hold two aces for his four spade call. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner opens one club. What do you do with: A7543 V8632 4AKQ *74 Answer Tomorrow . By AILEEN CLAIRE NEA Food Editor Empty calories drop out of sight with a different coffee cake. This one is filled with high-protein walnuts and deviled ham. It's an attractive and tasty departure from the heavily sugared coffee cake most consume each day during neighborhood kaffee klatches. DEVILED COFFEE CAKE (Topping) % cup chopped walnuts 1 tablespoon brown sugar (Cake) Z cups buttermilk biscuit mix Z (4Vfe-oz.) cans deviled ham V*. cup brown sugar Vz cup water 1 egg Sprinkle walnuts and one tablespoon brown sugar in DEAR-ABBY A Tale Of Two Artists First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) 2101 North Main - B.L. Brown, Minister Church School 9:45-MorningWorthip lOrSO Communion Evtrv Sundfcv . By Abigail Van Buren [« 1*71 by Cfeicjie Tribwe-N. Y. News Smd., Inc.) DEAR ABBY: My husband and I do not get along very •well. In fact, if it weren't for the kids, I wouldn't live within 1,000 miles of this idiot. We are both artists and my husband specializes in Western art now, and he has been selling his paintings before the oil is dry oh the canvas. I don't mean to put him down, but my work is much better than his even if it doesn't sell half as well. The public just happens to be going for gimmick art. I can hardly stand it when my husband sells a painting. For one thing, he has a way of gloating that makes ine want to put my fist right thru his face. I wish I knew how to get over this envious attitude. Can you help me?—ENVIOUS IN MONTANA DEAR ENVIOUS: QJ all the emotions, envy is the most difficult to control. Since you don't even like your husband, and are competing with him professionally to boot, it will be doubly difficult to curb your envy. Keep telling yourself that envy is an "acid" which does more damage to the container [you] than to the object of your envy [him]. DEAR ABBY: My husband's mother recently remarried after having been a widov/ for a good many years. She is a dear, sweet woman, and I couldn't love my own mother more. She and her new husband visited us last Christmas, and during the evening he made me a little uncomfortable just by the way he kept looking at me. He followed me into the kitchen once and said he wanted to give me a little Christmas kiss. I gave him my cheek but he grabbed me and said, "No, not THAT kind ..." then he tried to kiss me on the mouth. I got away from him and kept my distance all evening. Now he calls me on the phone when he knows my husband is at work. He says he wants to talk to me. I am afraid of nun. He is 70. Please tell me how to handle this. They live in another town not far from us, but we see them quite often.—PAPA PROBLEM. DEAR PROBLEM— Tell him that if he doesn't leave you alone you will tell your husband that he has been bothering you. And if that doesn't straighten him out, make good your threat. DEAR ABBY: When my girl and I started going together, I asked her to please get her teeth fixed as she needed it badly. I even offered to pay for it. She agreed to see a dentist but she never did. I know she hasn't been to a dentist in a good many years. We are planning to be married in a few months so last .night I reminded her of her promise and told her to start right away so she would look nice for our wedding. She turned very cold on me and said she didn't want to discuss it. Abby, she's a very pretty girl but her teeth are ugly, when she smiles it spoils her looks. She's a wonderful person in every other way, but her teeth are so bad I would even postpone our wedding until she gets them fixed. What should I do?—THE GROOM DEAR GROOM: The only logical reason for your fiancee to duck the dentist is fear! She needs to be assured that dentistry has come a long way since sbe was a little girl. Offer to go with her, and let the dentist examine her month and explain exactly what must be done. A neglected month is not only unsightly, it's unhealthy. She may be a "wonder- fnl" girl, but she needs to grow up and face reality. Help her. DEAR ABBY: I heard that a doctor can lose his license if he prescribes birth control pills to a girl who is underage. Is that true?—ILLINOIS READER / DEAR READER: No. Birth-control pills are sometimes prescribed to underage girls to regulate their menstrual periods. JAY'S ROOFING SERVICE Emergency Repairs We roof any home and business property. Composition-Wood Shingles Commercial Work — All Types We repair ANY roof Call Day or Night 775-8847 DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD. Friday, April 23,1971-3 Legal Secretaries ^^ ! t Elect New Officers Walnuts and deviled ham make coffee,cake a nutritious snack. bottom of greased 8x2%- inch deep ring mold. Mix together biscuit mix, deviled ham, brown sugar, water and egg. Beat until smooth. Spread on top of topping. Bake for 40 minutes at 375 degrees. Allow to cool for 10 minutes before cutting. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.} The annual meeting of the Del Rio Legal Secretaries Association was held in the home of Mary Alice Gomez Wednesday evening with the president, Mrs. Maria L. Martinez, in charge. After the routine reports of officers, final plans for the delegates to attend the Texas Association of Legal Secretaries convention at McAllen were discussed. The time of this convention is to be April 29 through May 2. Plans were also discussed regarding any assistance that might be offered by the Del Rio Legal Secretaries Association in the registration of the attorneys attending the Border Bar Association meeting being sponsored by the local association, to be held in Del Rio May 15. A report was also given by the committee in charge of arrangements for the installation of the new officers, with tentative dates and plans being offered. After the annual reports of all officers and committee chairmen, there followed the election of officers for the year 1971-72, with the following members elected: Mrs. Marian T. Wardle, president; Diana C. Wibbert, vice-president; Maria Luisa Martinez, secretary; Angelina Espinoza, treasurer, and Amanda R. Sullivan, governor and National Association of Legal Secretaries representative. Refreshments were served by the hostess. HINTS FROM HELOISE DEAR HELOISE: Here is an up-to-date gardening hint for the old-fashioned hairpin. The runners from our lawn grass seems to thrive more around the edges of our flower borders and curb. So, instead of cutting off the runners, I turn them back on the grass area and fasten them down In the soil with tiny hairpins. The mother plant still provides plant food, and the runners are well-routed. The lawn mower will not cut off the top of the hairpin if it is pushed down sufficiently. My family and I enjoy your column and have found many helpful hints which we have adopted. Miss Bryant * S * (jolly be! Imagine a hairpin being useful In a garden instead of pinning hnc|k a strand nf hair. Heloise * » * DEAR HELOISE: Here is my hint to make it easier to read instructions from knitting and crocheting books. I write down the complete pattern instructions on a secretary's notebook, the kind with a stand-up front and back. I print the instructions with a felt-tip marking pen in large, easy-to-read print. CHURCH CALENDAR TUESDAY The Altar Guild will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall. TUESDAY The Service Circle will •meet at 9:30 a.m. in the First Presbyterian Church with members bringing sack lunches. I can stand the notebook on the floor or on a table and can see at a glance what I want to know. Saves time, eyes and temper. Love your column. Mrs. P. Johnson » * * LETTER OF LAUGHTER DEAR HELOISE: I don't know whether you will call this a "letter of laughter" or not, but here is how I trim my toenails: Take two small hand towels and dip them into one quart of water that has been heated with one-half cup of vinegar. Wring the towels out well and wrap each towel around a foot. Now take four plastic bread wrappers. Slip each wrapped foot into, two bread .sacks. You are now ready to relax. If you prop yourself up in bed with a good book or your fancy work, you will be surprised how fast an hour or two goes by. Take the wrapping off one foot and trim your toenails and you will be surprised how easy it is. The vinegar softens the toenails and the dead skin just scrapes off. Then do the other foot. Mrs. Margaret Lyons Age 85 * » * Bless you ! Hope I'll still be us ugile 11 rid have your sense of humor. when I'm your age. DEAR HELOISE: When we go on a trip. 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The Hoover Kids Quemado Quotes Q U EMADO--New officers elected at a weekly meeting held at the Radar Base Recreation Hall Friday night include Billy Jaymes, president; Dirk Moore, vice-president; Becky Hanusch, secretary; Lynda Edwards, treasurer; Steven Pope, sergeant at arms; Luralee Alsop, reporter, and Kathy Stroope and Carrie Palmer, publicity chairmen. Rosa Maria Fuentes of Eagle Pass received a clock radio given away by Teen Town Saturday as a money-raising project. The proposed car wash scheduled by Teen Town for Saturday has been postponed to May 1 at the Weston's Farm Supply. The club will sponsor a dance April 24 in the Quemado Community House with Freddie and his Western Band providing the music. The dance starts at 9 p.m. with admission $1.50 per person or $3 per couple. ROSARIO PUENTE Cinco De Mayo Candidate Competing for the title of queen of the Cinco de Mayo celebration is Rosario Puente, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Francisco of 811 E. Gutierrez St. Miss Puente is a sophomore student in San Felipe High School. She is 17 years of age. Her activities include membership in the Catholic Youth Organization, in which she has been active for two years; the Science Club and the Spanish Club in San Felipe High School and she has been active in both of these organizations for two years. This is her first year as' a member of TARS, Teens Aiding the Retarded. Miss Puente is a member of SFHS High Stepping Senoritas, precision dance and drill team. .This is her first year with the group and she has been elected' a captain of the organization for the 1971-72 scholastic year. Her hobbies are swimming, horseback riding, bowling and baseball. TRUE VALUE TRUE VALUE TRUE VALUE Frigidaire Air Conditioner 'gives you quick, quiet cooling wall-to-wall VICTORORTIZ Senior San Felipe High School Defensive Tackle on Mustang Football Squad Wearing harleguin design vest set by Eskay Shirt by Van Heusen. 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