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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Brownsville, Texas Monday june 5, 1944the Brownsville Herald Brownsville. Texas Page 3 society Ethel d. Everett society editor office pm. 1600 a Home pm. 1079-r or. Davidson % $ y Mhz Mvi a a it it a a mrs. Kenneth Faxon Heads round table s program in the main dining room of Al Jardin hotel thirty eight members and guests of the pan american round table Friday june �?~2nd, held their final program before adjournment until october. A members of the club will limit their activities during the months of july August and september to business meetings called by the director mrs. V. W. Aland to a a a a their project of assisting students Oes chapter installs new officials Mission Public installation who pass through Brownsville from the Southern republics Enro Ute to schools in the United states. Seated around a luncheon table entered with the Forest Green of English Boxwood the group heard mrs. Kenneth Faxon in a resume of Anne Merriman pecks work called a pageant of Canadian the major stages of de ceremonies were held wednesday night for new officers of the mis a elopement of Canada As treated Sion chapter order of Eastern by the new England writer were Star. Designated As i. The French in Vera Carter and Thurman North America. 2. The kingdom Carter were installed As worthy of the fur traders. 3. The growth Matron and Patron to succeed of English Canada. 4. The win Mary close and f. W. Cameron Ning of the West. 5. Growth of respectively. Others installed were the Dominion and sixth modern the elective officers Marie Ben Canada. Nett associate Matron Sam Ben a today canadians in both civil Nett. Associate Patron Elizabeth Tan and military life Are serving. Spilman. Secretary Jessie Jensen throughout lonely sections of the treasurer five Goble conduct great Dominion Are civilians at Cess and Louise Linn associate pos in the meteorological and conduct Ress. Wireless. In the farther est North. Appointive officers who were keep constant watch installed were Florine Schuelke. Just human agencies. In chaplain Pauline Schmidt mar met Are fled Canadas Navy stands at 47 times its pre War level. 1st Bernice Jendresen Adah Laura Vinson Esther Colleen a record no other Navy is Able to match. Much of the Allied air Nordmeyer. Martha Vivian de. Wald. Electa Kola Alexander strength is developed on the train warder and a l. Goble Sentinel. Held of Canada. The army warder and a. L Goble Sentinel. A expanded and proven itself in officer and Ruth Bentsen the mar Battie. Fighting As a separate Casmiri for the installation rites Nadian Force. Canadas wartime Laurel Norton was the installing food production is 40 percent High Caplam. Mabel Cameron the or or than its peacetime production Garnet and Georgia Osburn the the sudden conversion of Industry Secretary. To munition production is the mrs. Close the retiring Matron equivalent to 25 Normal presented a $25 War Bond to the Canada s present Economy works chapter As her gift and also pre in one directions to win the War. Rented gifts to the officers who the exigencies of War have brought served with her during the year. Canada to world Power. She has from the chapter mrs. Close re no intention of stepping Back once ceded a past matrons jewel pret a War is Over either in the Field seated by mrs. Carter. Or. It pay 0f Trade or diplomacy. Canada 122 a Quot a band has. In fact a four Point Post War past patrons jewel which was the a it. A chapter s gift to Hun. Juanita program bitten san Over the woe d Whittlesey presented a vocal Solo of the kid of relationship exist which was an appropriate Climax in Quot Between Canada and the to the program. United states progressive removal mrs. Close and or Cameron of Trade barriers a International were hosts for the social hour monetary stability and provision which concluded the meeting re of credit Domestic policies to pro freshment were served to 50 Mem vide maximum employment and hers and guests. Silver anniversary is Large Celebration reduction and to prevent Canadian United states relationship have grown friendlier As the years have Cone by. However not Weslaco a Large hospitality a11 antagonisms Between the two of the week end was the Silver countries have been removed an it wedding anniversary Celebration of More than they have Between the or and mrs. Jose f Martinez at British and the French of Canada their ranch Home South of Mer itself. These will disappear with cedes on sunday june 4. Begin increasing rapidity As More and neg at 7 . The couple was re More common interests Are disco married at the Catholic Church in ered on All Mercedes earlier in the Day a of custom of the latin american transferred to sax Diego people after which they received Mission a g. R. Stephens of their Man friends and relatives Mission who recently accepted a Beir Home for a Barbecue sup with an aeronautical Engi Neering unit of the consolidated the marriage of miss Adele Johnson daughter of or. And mrs. E. T. Johnson of Peterson Minnesota. To Allen a. Davidson of Brownsville son of or. And mrs. A. G. Davidson of Brownwood. Texas was solemnized at the episcopal Church of the Advent saturday morning at 7 45. Rev. R. O. Mackintosh read the wedding vows of Hie double ring ceremony and mrs. H. C. Sample presided at the Organ. The Bride was Given in marriage by or. James l. Rentfro. Miss Maunie Davidson of Houston sister of the Groom was the Bride s Only attendant. Claude Hannibal attended the Groom As Best Man immediately following the ceremony the couple left by plane for Mexico City. Mrs. Davidson is a graduate of the University of Minnesota school of medical technology. For the past year and a half she has been in charge of the Stout Todd Laboratory in Brownsville. The Groom attended Oklahoma a 6z m College and for the past five years has been employed by airways. Out of town guests were or and mrs. A g. Davidson of Brownwood. 0�?�? m iss Heaner is supper hostess Cleve Tandy who will soon leave to enlist in the Navy was named Honor guest at a pretty party Given saturday night by miss sue Heaner. The living room and dining room were decorated in White and Blue Garden Flowers. The supper table was Laid with an exquisite lace cloth with the chosen Flowers to Ramg a Center piece. Red tapers were used for illumination. Mrs. Everett h. Willis Mother of miss Heaner. Assisted by mrs. W. R. Jones and mrs. W. F. Brown served a delicious Buffet supper to the Large number of friends gathered to wish the honoree a Happy god 0 coming rites Are announced Pharr tile engagement and approaching marriage of miss Margaret Brown daughter of o. C. Brown was announced at a one o clock luncheon in thursday at the Home of her sister. Mrs. Edd Soler. Miss Brown will be married june 8. At the Pharr Baptist Church to Wilfred Lerna ire. Guests were mesdames Arlene Hines. Lenabel Boren. Robert Media rec r. A. Sumrall w. F. Barnes. Ralph Hudgins Richard Sturdivant. H. J. Konczak and Kinney Polk. Robert Cameron weds Electra girl Pharr miss be Verne Jones of Electra and Robert d. Cameron. Mommy a. User son of or. And mrs. M. C. Cameron were marked saturday. May 20. In Archie City Texas at the Baptist Church. Or. And mrs. Ernest Cameron of Mcallen attended the couple. Enro Ute to the Valley the couples visited their brother and his wife. Or. And mrs. Roy Cameron in Dallas. Shown above is the former miss Maria Luisa Balli daughter of or. And mrs. Primitive Balli new Bride of Cpl. Charles b. Allen who is the son of or. And mrs. C. E. Allen Nacogdoches Texas. The marriage took place Here at the brides Home june 4th. Worker shortage in Dallas county Farmers Are seeking More help Washington. A of a a re sorted farm labor shortage in Dallas county Texas which is attributed largely to a governmental policy which derm its Industry to outbid has been brought to the attention of Congress by Ren. Sumners Ltd Tex it. Asserting it was a situation which Quot should Challenge the attention especially of committees of Congress and agencies of the government responsible for dealing with the economic interests of the texan inserted in the congressional record a statement from the Dallas county farm labor committee which said in part a Farmers Are facing the most acute labor shortage in their history in fact labor is so shot that there is a possibility that Many Dallas county farm crops will not be cultivated and harvested in 1944.�?� the communication related that heavy inductions of farm workers into the armed services had been continuing and that Dallas business concerns which last year sent their employees to work in the Fields were less inclined to do the same thing this year. Bulletin Board monday boy scouts. Troop 36 meets at the Guadalupe Church at 7 30 . Boy scouts. New troop meets at the Villanueva school at 7 30 . Tuesday knights of Columbus meets at the k of c Hall at 8 . Lions club luncheon at the Al Jardin hotel at 12 15 noon. Elks Lodge no. 1032 meets at the elks club at 8 . Wednesday Rotan club luncheon at the Al Jardin hotel at 12 10 noon. Boy scouts troop 37 rivets at the Christian Church at 7 . Thursday kiwanis club luncheon at the Al Jardin hotel at 12 15 noon. Texas state guard co. A and b Drill at 8 . Girl scouts. Troop 39 meets at the methodist Church at 4 30 . Friday Sociedade Mutualist Miguel Hidalgo meets at the society Hall at 8 pm. Boy scouts. Troop 70 meets at the Baptist Church at 7 30 . Boy scouts troop 3 meets at the presbyterian Church at 7 30 . Boy scouts. Troop 29 meets at the methodist Church at 7 . To Camp Waldemar soon Weslaco a Bebe Skaggs la leaving june 7 for Camp Waldemar near Hunt where she will be Tot six weeks. The gasoline required in the North african operations amounted to More than 4,000,000 Gallons a week. Mate ast confess. I. Inferior bleaches sometimes do this to Cottons and linens because their action is uncontrolled. It Lewis Are hosts Bible school opens at Barbecue supper in Lyford today Pharr or. And mrs. A. W. Lewis and or. And mrs. Tracey Haliburton were hosts on saturday evening with a Barbecue supper at the Patio of the Security state Bank for the members of the Las Amigos group. Present were or. And mrs. Burt Coate. Or. And mrs. J. M. Clark. Or. And mrs. Jack Decker or. And mrs. Clarence Mathews. Or. And mrs. Bob Henderson. Rev. C. E. Wheat. Mesdames Lloyd Glover Duke Larson Albert Keathley e. L. Greene. S. P. Nycum and Pat Freeman. O new local residents Weslaco a or. And mrs. O. M. Mcfarland and family have moved to Brownsville having sold their Home North of town to Jim keen. Or. Mcfarland purchased a Barber shop in Brownsville several weeks ago. But Only recently moved his family there.  -0 Cpl. Ramsey visits Weslaco a Corporal Robert Charles Ramsey is visiting his Mother. Mrs. E. F. Ramsey on a 30 Day furlough. He has been in the Navy for three years and in the Southwest Pacific Battle area. Ramsey is also visiting a sister. Mrs. C. D. Ballard while Here. To visit in Kingsville Weslaco a mrs. Kate Robinson. Mother of mrs. Clifford Scott has left for Kerrville to spend several months this summer. .-0 Maine is the easternmost state in the Union. For minor soothe itch of simple i do it ii Tea Utras a a me Sana 3nkl i Amons medicated powder with arc Iii ingredients often used or Nln by Many specialists. Lyford a the . Of the Lyford Baptist Church will open today. The following faculty has been secured mrs. Bruce Gilbert director Rev. Howard Rich directing hand work Fayrene Sammons directing juniors and pianist Billie Kathryn Stallings and Mildred Jones in charge of the primaries and Helen Jones and Mana Sammons. Directing the beginners. Children of All churches have a very cordial invitation to attend these sessions from 8 30 toll of clock each morning. .-0 Everett Ballard returns Weslaco a Everett Ballard has returned from a business trip to Yucatan Peninsula where he went As a consultant for the government regarding growth and cultivation of Citrus fruits and irrigation. Wit stomach j. J. A pip0�?T f lok that never upset an upset stomach with overdoses of antacids or harsh physics. Be gentle with it. Take soothing pesto Bis Mol. Not a laxative. Not an antacid. It calms and soothes your upset stomach. Pleasant to the taste a children love it. Ask your druggist for Lepto Bis Mol when your stomach is upset a Norwich product Congress will be asked about pipeline Dallas. Up a l. M. Glasco Secretary treasurer of the Pacific War emergency pipe lines. Inc., Dallas said saturday night his firm will ask Congress to investigate the merits of the company s application to build an Oil pipeline from Texas to California. Location is sought for negro Day Nursery who has a building not in use May be used to House a proposed Day Nursery for children of negro working mothers has been asked to Contact mrs. J. M. Mothershead. Community Chest Secretary in Harlingen. There Are a sufficient number of negro children eligible for Day Nursery care mrs. Mothershead said but so far no suitable location has been found. 2. Alain Washino Means lots More rubbing to get things White. This also is very hard on fabrics. 3. With Auric you can avoid both dangers. Used As directed. Pure w whitens gently Wuh controlled action. Safer than inferior bleaches or extra rubbing. Linens last longest. F one torpedo costs As much As a dozen medium priced automobiles mated As necessary. At your grocer s Auric has controlled action gentle to Cottons and linens a spi pure the fuchsia Plant was name after Leonard Fuchs. Per followed by a dance in the Patio. About 200 guests were invited to the affair among them being misses Courtney Cage and Julia Hightower of Weslaco. Or. And mrs. Martinez have eight children one of their sons Gilberto being in the service p�5t�?T he stopped at e1 paso for a an Over seas. Those who were stay of Sev it Ralda its with present for the Celebration were it rot Ler it Ted Stephens and family. Jose Alfonso Leonel. Rodolfo -0 Arturo. Elvia. Sofia and Eva m. Martinez Hinojosa. Vultee corporation has completed a refresher course at the University of Chicago and has been transferred to the corporation s Plant at san Diego. In route to his new mrs. Hudson visits okla. Weslaco a mrs f. T. Hudson has gone to Stilwell. Okla. For a visit with relatives for several former resident visits Mission a miss Wilma Thiele weeks. Former Mission resident arrived j 0- wednesday from Dallas for a stay to visit in san Antonio of several weeks on business. Lites Mission a mrs. L. C. Reece Thiele will be the House guest of left thursday for a visit of several mrs. Lucy h. Wallace and mrs. J. Days in san Antonio with her a cattle shipments can t wait for a tardy inspector. H. Hopson. She is a Junior student at North Texas state teachers College Denton. Corpus Christi guest Mission a Billy Henry of Corpus Christi has arrived for a two weeks visit with his grandparents. Or. And mrs. F. W. Cameron daughter. A test Ato to sore or irritated eyes at a. Dare Tomb a tit a or drive inn bar Ani restaurant order a game dinner our Beautiful new Patio Dine and dance under the stars from the cleanest Kitchen in town Best drinks 10-piece orchestra nightly h. Matamoros tamps. A i cover a radius of so Miles from Denver to in prot the brands on livestock at Railroad shipping pens and ranches that ship by Nick. Often i have to get to several Points in Quick succession. Ford reliability counts a a sure glad in be got a Ford a a on the go in ail Ninos of weather. Cattle trains and trucks can to wait. But my Ford was built to hurry places safely. And its the lowest Cost travel you could ask. So it la be another fold for inc after the War a a bet your life i take care of my Foro it gets bord protective service regularly. So i catch the Little repairs before they get big. I need transportation i can depend on and my 1936 Ford certainly delivers says Don j. Crain Colorado Brand inspector Denver Colorado As millions of Ford owners know Ford cars Are reliable. They last a Long time. They Cost very Little to run and maintain. They Are fast and powerful and comfortable and they keep their Good looks forbears. That is Why so Many Ford owners today Are saying a sure Ilad in be got a Ford a a Meric an families Are doing without Many accustomed things now a Days. That a one Way in which All of us Are Able to play a definite part in speeding the Day of Victory. Have you Ever stopped to consider just How important this Quot doing without program really is it lacks the drama and the Lustre of More direct action to be sure but our entire War Effort might very Well collapse without it. Take the one item of travel for example. Thousands yes tens of thousands of people Are foregoing pleasure travel these Days. By thus Quot doing without a they Are assisting americans railroads in handling their Gigantic War assignments with Speed and efficiency. Its a Job that simply be done without the Public a willingness to Quot do for this spirit of cooperation we of the Burlington lines extend our sincere thanks. We re looking Forward to the Day when we can show our appreciation More tangibly in terms of equipment and service fashioned to peacetime standards. News note �?700 million Gallons of we Ter a Day a re pumped by the Ford powerhouse of the Rouge Plant a As much As is used by Detroit Cincinnati and Washington combined. 30.000,000 cars and trucks Hake been built by Ford fort Worth and Denver City railway the Wichita Valley railway Robt. L. Hoyt general passenger agent fort Worth Texas 4

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