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McAllen Daily Press (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, McAllen, Texas Sunday february 25, Imo Mcallen daily press Mcallen Texas Pace or Trie Piton \ ii 144 society Taring theme chosen for charming Tea Courtesy a t Biel Cit to to French a Hesi with Cream a vhf by Dorothy Greig glorified i end Tri ship a go bet for sunday Rappel or to other time you do not to it much and Puu my wbk a it i onto tile table. The one i rive y a by re cells for 1 Ordinary every Der think Keeae bread and Tomato Boh p to every woman has on Bond the Blouse is the thing Tny a Tim this Sandwich a to the re acne when unix feted Ruc the turned up and a there Isnit a thing to Tho House to eat Sandwich 2 sit of hrs i Tai it Heeen a about 14 Inch thick cup milk tabla pop a butter trim crust from bread. Put a be of cheese Between two slices bread to make a Sandwich. The a sandwiches into egg and milk fit it a a and Crown on both Side melted hot butter. Brown slowly that the cheese Beata and melts ikes 8 sandwiches. An Otto or to m Bike can condensed Tomato to up Tablespoons res in Combine the Tomato soap Ana Kam heat and Over Inch toasted cheese sandwiches. It a Champion honoured la movie party on a Venth anniversary reflecting a charming Spring i theme four hostesses entertained with a Beauty fury appointed Tea. Thursday afternoon at the Home of i mra Bradford Smith in Mcallen. Hostesses with mrs Smith were i mrs Chari s Ferguson mra Howard Faulkner and mrs. Jack Park a or. Clow to Joo guests from Over the Tipper Valley called Between the hours of i and 6 p. Rn., received at the Goor by the four hostess"8, attractively attired in pastel afternoon frocks. Mrs. Smith wore Ecru lace Over Pink taffeta mrs Park a or wore Blue net mrs. Ferguson was attired in changeable Rose and Blue taffeta and mrs. Faulkner wore Aqua taffeta. I Lovely arrangement of Sweet peas pansies and Pink Azalea adorned the living room in the dining room the Tea table was Laid i with Pale peach Satin. Centrepiece wits of Blue Iris Pink carnations. I Call t lilies and Ageratum flanked i by mender Ivory tapers. The but. Act held an arrangement of pastel Sweet peas in a Silver howl. Flanked by Matching taper presiding at the Silver Coffee and i Tea services during the afternoon were mrs. 9. Joe Mckinney and i mrs my Natl Smith from 3 to 4 o clock mrs Clark Mellenbruch and miss Jean Kelly from 4 to 5 of clock mrs. A v. Carpenter and to o Terry from 5 to a of clock others in the House party were mrs. Alvin Espenlaub. Or. Alden we de mrs Harry bigger. Mrs. J Lyle Talbot and mrs e l Deer. I All members of the House part wore Lovely afternoon frocks. Mrs. W w Withers entertains the Pioneer club a n d fashions patriotic m luncheon convention a. A. R. Feature to closes sunday elect new officers afternoon Mary Alice Davis Quot churches could kill liquor told . A patriotic luncheon meeting of the Rio Grande chapter of daughter of the american revolution will to held monday at the Caa do Palmas hotel. Of the program will be a a tribute to George Washington Quot by mrs. Jet Grigsby also Quot patriotic education aids National defense Quot by mrs d p germane. Patriotic music will by Given. Election of a w officers will feature the business meeting. Or. Brooks i. Dickey will preach sunday or. Bricks i Dickey of son an Titonio will preach both morning and evening at the first pre by terms Church Here sunday. A congregational meeting hat been called for immediately following the morning service at which san Juan feb. 24-annual Valley District Endeavor convention got underway Friday night at the san Juan people s Church with the Rev. J. A. Denims giving the main address at the it men my session Quot Christ culls youth. A song service at 7 30 p. In. Open j led the convention with Rev m m i Grove and Paul Veale As leader.-, and Betty Benham and leis j ad-1 join pianists. Invocation was Given by the Rev i Wendall Carr with we Weir oms add re in by Mary Claire Gossage Bob Powell re bonded routine matters in Lowed and the a non i dosed with a fellow Ptiip hour con in curl by mils it e William Betty Platt presided at the saturday morning session which opened with a Tong service. Confer emcee were As follow.-. A How to j win new met in Ber Quot by Al Good-1 Rich newly elected state Field Sec j rotary of Dallas a How to Haw a fashion preview ump a committee Witt be lrie��4 b to program. \ by smart Pierce. A my empowered to arrange for a Bof san Antonio hate a How to have Batler socials. By minister. Mrs. Open Crown Rayon ribbon turban that ran a Mada at homa far the Sprira of a Paterm and a fart Nordt of Ribton t or fur i a a in it from cond social Calendar monday 12 30 p. �?rio Grande chapter or of d. A. A. Luncheon meeting at Donni Paris decrees that the Blouse is the thing this Spring. Att to the kind of mouse choose them in accordance with the Type of suits you have. There will be frilly blouses Lacy blouses and practical sever Casa de Palmas hotel 3 p. Smith will speak Blouse like the one june a Liu on i i u 5 7. Sat first methodist Church sponsor is wearing in this picture. The bib like effect and demure Peter pan Collar make this Blouse a Universal favorite. Closing Tho saturday morning j u no to bar Ping Builtin sortie. Session was an add Caa by the a v. In a a a Quot a it a cd a a mrs. C. 0. Papke is saturday afternoon Lillian Mcinnis presided at the session. Con Fen news on the work of the de i Quirt men were held. Sponsors by Mission feb 24.�?mi. C d. Mrs. Polk Momaday missionary by Papuc entertained eighteen friends Elnora Smith Extension. Roy Hon from Minton Edinburg and my prayer Meetor in. I j. A Allen at a charming informal Cour Publ kity. Katherine Den Tesy this week. Hostess to friends Blue Bonnet . Club Onn a feb 24 Rita Champion. H world at a pretty Courtesy her eleventh birthday Annivera when her Mother mrs. An Champion was hastens. Kwh tended he movie Mali and were later served a Deli a Cha Ken dinner \ bin birth Rik featured. Lit in is were i i Tel Beth he kelp. To. Hollo foggy and Phi Crawford its Ruth Cia gelt rid Dolores or w w i Art of being a hostess the to club with a delightful program subject for Courtesy Friday afternoon at her a Home following the business meeting needlework formed diversion. The Host is a tempting iced course in How tip a duties by her Bister mrs. C. O. Farnsworth. Other glint were or Albert Miller or. Nannie Miller and mrs. Dubai a of . Club inc miss present wore mesdames j in Beaty willium Reis Albert Reis Joe Allen Arthur Wiley Fred Mishler Dave Garner m Parks. J. M. Lawrence of c Allen Van Slyke. H a be rust May Myers and pie sirs. Willi in Rem will toe hostess to the club at its next meeting Louise Stapp Circle plans to Aid coloured Baptist women in work bouquet tribute. Vivien Leigh a dressing room looked like a Flower shop when she started to work in Quot Waterloo she received Twenty four bouquets. Quot the Art of being a hosted was the program for the meeting of tin Blue Bonnet Home demonstration club during the week. Mrs. H. It and r was hostess at her Horn with mrs. Chadwick assisting mrs. Ralph heir spoke on the subject and several games and contests were enjoyed mrs. Cramer and mrs. Hahn of Minnesota were guests of the club. While members present were m Dames s. Burridge f. B i ailing ram. Boardman h i Avia , Kimble. I. Crank. M. Kuhn j. G. Al or w. Bond. A. Mar n. W Robinson. H. Or Mer and l m tryer. The club will meet again on Fob. 28, with mrs heir As hostess a demonstration in a plenty of milk at Home will be Given Nisi recreation mrs. G h. San the patriotic theme was Jet lieder presentation of literature timely emphasized. Mrs e. W. Imai Goodrich group do Cussion. Wards and mrs. Delta Caldwell ase a by methodist wms. Stuart Pearce. Or. Sifted the hostess at the Tea serval p in. Literary club meets with a banquet followed at 8 30 p jct. In Marvin j. Browsing. Pm. With the san Juan society Ini 7 30 p Rny lutheran ladies Aid Churgo. Election of a a divers a to Dorland visit will celebrate 20th anniversary feature the. Saturday night sess in. Or and mrs l. R. Dorland of with banquet at Casa Cie Palm also an address by Stuart Varce Mercedes were visitor in Mcallen or. A Christ Calls Quot to Fellowship. Friday. Final sessions of the convention will a held sunday closing with i huh birthday Edinburg feb. 24�?unit a Bota. 8 p r of Endrin meets at Mammie Temple. Stat new in 7 flow to enjoy your own party of Hen Yon must be maid and of whipping i mite too theres Only on Cream refuse to to make sure that you will1 whip. Place the piano students of mrs. Anna Dechman give third recital the Louise Stapp Circle of the Baptist w. M. U. Held a business meeting thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Mike Groom on North Mccoll Road mrs. T. C. Overstreet save the devotional on Quot stewardship a Reading from first Peter chapter 4. 8 to 30 verses. Reports of standing committees Kuhn. Van i were heard with mrs. Robert h no Derson reporting on the sick. The group decided to help the coloured Baptist women in them Mission work and met with them thursday night. During the social hour refresh i ments were served to mesdames Ward Timlin w. C. Tisdale j. L. Bryan. Robert Henderson s. J Catchfield malty Smith r. R Pyle. J. S. Wilson j. G Mckin Zey. J. F Cummins t. Cover Street nut Leonard and Mike i Groom. Tuesday 11 30 a. In. A tues by luncheon club with or i. A. Patton. Or 2 30 p. . Club. At Home of mrs. L. E. Smith. 3 p. �?junior High school p. T. A., meets at school. An address by the Rev. O. W. Jad win Quot Christ Calls to service. Wonder club Given charming patriotic Annette Closner to Model costume at Flower show # Irene Jeanett Brumley cd Mcbrater i Ber fifth birthday at a delightful party Friday afternoon with her parents or. And mrs. W b. entertaining the Gkeorge theme was Wjk in for Ute party. Club at wednesday to a child study Council meet in Weslaco. 3 p. �?Blue Bonnet a d with mrs. Ralph Keir 3 p. In a chapter f. P. Al o Home of mrs. George Osborn n 3 p. �?sunny Border Bridge club with mrs Ray Erickson 3 p. �?ithica sew and so club with mrs. Jimmie Risinger. 3 p. In a Mcallen study club meets. 8 p. �?Mcallen business professional women at Home of Angie Stroud. 8 p neighbors at i. O o. F Hall Edinburg feb. 24�?miss anal cite Loamer will Model the attract 1i 4k Houde opens the Steak Homo which has a in costume of con. Shuck and b enclosed for the past several a viral Day red Jim per pods. Which Itta darn months will reopen feb. 28 in i the mat Smith modelled in the Cit i the original management with a us fiesta style Abow at the a Pete Inman a proprietor it a j Liana Flower show in Houston on announced saturday March 2. Inman said he would specialize she will be a flt it lire Fth in in italian and mexican food and i try made by the Valley Garden go a feature k c. Sizzling steaks Council. Quot liquor would kill the churches if it could the churches could kill liquor if they this a brought out at a meeting of the Ioimo l Christian Temperance Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs w. L. Hart. Mis t. C Overstreet gave thus devotional Reading from Mark in 4d, following with prayer. 1 is Jonn l Bryan president i sided at the business meeting mrs. Mabel Jackson reported on the calling committee. The Union v j ted to arrange a talk by Jesi Tsen state official soon. Of Gram for the meeting was arranged by mrs. Williams the following topics were mussed a a a. A r. J a Power in creating sentiment for lots j abstinence a a How i.? this Union fulfilling the a u it of the it c f u t a Broud i t upon tile Wau is the jul Ard fund. A the program cd a with sin off ring Tor the memorial fund mrs. Hart was shifted by mrs. J. A Hou Niy in or veg refreshment i to mos Dante Wuu ams it Bryan. Mabel j ack Sot a r. Jackson Hattie Weldon. Rucker. Harris j. W. Sloan. He i in Crook Dora Gillette w h Foster. Overstreet. Granger Smith fica Welch ired Hamner and Miller. The next net my will be on m Rich 8. At the Homo of mrs. Welch the program will be. Quot juvenile Protection Quot. Called to Dallas mrs. Bune tic Lockhart has been called to do liar to the bedside of her daughter or. Jessie Lockhart Interne in Baylor medical Hospital who is quite ill at the Hospital there. My Kinter Dies Mission feb. 24�?mrs. George Greene returned the last of the week from Lansing. Mich., where she was called by the sudden death of her youngest Aster last week. Rook review planned inside aria Quot. Gunther will be reviewed by mrs. B c. Stephen Hon when the literary club of Mcallen meets monday. 3 p. In. At the Home of or Marvin roes fing my Reynolds guests the Rev. And mrs. D a. Morns i it let Newcomerstown Ltd Are visiting Here As guest of mrs. O b. Mcreynols. They Are to be Here for Gable yell arrival of Clark Gable at a basketball game was the signal for rooting sections to join in a yell for Quot Rhett House party pineapple s flavor adds to fruit dish because of their restful tangy. ,. Flavor and Amati attractive shape current events dub. Canned hawaiian pineapple Gem Thi red it Hie third of the Winter recital by pupils of or it Anna was Given Friday afternoon at the residence studio iwo South twelfth Courtesy in Pharr two group presented program of solos duets and duos. The find group. Sylvia Lack Evelyn Wilson Grace and Maryline Marston Barbara bar Ridge Virtinia herring. Richard Oshman. Mazie Hall Margaret Glendenning. In the second group were Dor it it thy Marlton do in Vine. Sarah Joyce Leon Mfd Rowena Fulton. Vin in a Michaelis Joanne Powell Dorothy and Mary Elizabeth Cox Betty Jean Woodard. Joyce Hall and Jean Ellen i Aly cock. Is i Joy your of n in Urty. Plan ahead d choose a menu that will require i flast minute fuss and prepare lion. The hoc u is we All Admire and envy. Too. In the out t who can Greet her guests in a Calm unruffled bion secure in the knowledge i a Ery tiny Deistl a been at j led to that Linen Silver and to Are ready to use that Dainty i delicious food need Only Abs it minute touches that Garni she arranged and that la Ere a no Nee for anything to go wrong Ngel food Ake is prob Abb to Quot in party foods. The oven in j r modern electric Range main i the Low. Even heat required he tender delicate and moist i food we like so Why not one for your very next party ? bowl containing Tho Cream in a i r i a a i to w i _ v. Z Stew St filled with cracked ice. Then whip a . Arlie Appel food Oaks nut my Angel fih1 la of lettuce Leates for your party salad just won t a cup this will help. Take two leaven of head lettuce and with a pair of scissors or a Sharp knife Cut a v shaped piece front the mein end of each. Then at one a shaped Cut into the other an place on salad plate in form of a cup. A an easy Aud attractive Garnish for the Platter of cold cuts or a Sandwich plate is made by cutting a Niall Cucumber pickles in thin slices from one end almost to the other. Spread the slices to form a fan. A a i be the deep Well cooker of Jour modern elect Al Range for heating Rolls they will require no watch ing and when you re ready to serve them be tender and moist. Liar As Well As warm barfly delicious for a party. To Kell. Boke your favorite Angel j gtd Aud w Hen the cake has cooled rate into 2 layers using a for cad with whipped Cream fruit ing and put layers together in Mait with remaining paraffin in the Bottom of the Flower bowl and press Holder in Tho Park to p r a \ e ii t flow or holders or frogs a from slipping pour a Little melted Appod Cream fruit filling is hipped Cream fruit Eilline i pint heavy Cream 3 Tablespoon Sugai s cup fruit crushed Dup Iii maim until All tie to la sagas and frail. Aln to keep fruit cake moist place a rut Apple or a piece of cheesecloth i dipped in cider in the Container. Alway Cream the Butler and have it soft for spreading whee wee Ore making Sand Vleita us Arr. Feb. 24 a Daisy Ellen Folk and Geraldine Palmer were hostesses to the wonder club this week at the Polk Home emphasizing a George Washington theme j Betty Polk and Joan Stewart dressed As Georg and Martha Washington greeted the guests a Tho door. Refreshments of Brick ice Cream Angel food squares candies and j Coffee were served to mesdames a d. Price. E. G. Reynolds Joe Ellis. Misses Martha Mccurdy. Dor mrs. Jewel leave is Jean Ewing. Lucille Copeland mrs Grace jewel left Friday Ruth Greenfield. Ruth Griffin night for her Home in san Joe j Dorothy Faye Rusk. Virginia Polk. Calif., following a three month family Broughton. Christine Craw visit in Mcallen with or. Arid Ford. I Indin Anderson. Mrs Vir mrs l. H Devries mrs jewel is i Amia Polk. But try Polk and Joan a sister to or Devries. Stewart. Mrs. Koo Sevelt Halls votes for women Boon to S. Rpt coming of ape of women s suffrage is marked by a great change i in the Public attitude toward humanitarian questions that Deal with the happiness of human beings such Ashi Aith education and Security according to mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt. That women have treated the sole in much the Sank manner As men is the first lady a Flat opinion expressed in the second of a series of three articles dealing with women in politics which appears in the March sue of Good housekeeping. There is no doubt she it Aya that acting a groups women have exerted premure in a Tiomai questions but in voting they Branch out a individualists making their decisions a men do on a Carat merits of the questions of people involved. 2 30 p _ _ with in. A h Dukes. 1113 North a ways find a Welcome place on the sixteenth Street. Fruit Hor do ouvre plate say Ruth Yorke who serves them Oft from Al in Xii attractive ambulation of 12 noon Bethel Circle o meth eos it it is a i flavors says she. Might Quot a dist m m. S. Will 5�?Rve dinner to include cheese balls a Cream Aud the Church. Roque a it finely chaired celery 2 30 p. lid with a a it a of Mon juice and to m mrs. V. O a Wco it sprinkled with paprika arranged on leaves or Small greens in the Cinter of a Platter. Avocado cubes dipped in Lime or Lemon juice make an interesting addition. Among other pineapple delicacies Ruth recommend finn a eave t cup and Gem doughnut. J. Pinta Pele in dessert he Flace Weil Chillet canned pineapple gems att syrup in sherbet la it it s. Top with Uny Ball of Strawberry ice garnished with fresh strawberries. Toda Anil to Morro and Edna flav can life begin anew fora two time loser i trial club at Home Farnsworth. 6 a it. ? class of methodist Church will serve Oyster supper Al the Church tourist Are invited. Try brazilian crust for your meat pies or Zimin crts is 3 cups sifted cake flour 3 teases phosphate Balmy powder 1-2 Casp. Salt 1-2 cup chopped Brazil nut 1-4 cup shortening 3-4 cup milk about sift together cake flour All phosphate baking powder and Salt stir in Brazil nuts Aud shortening and Cut into the dry increment a with pastry blender. Add milk auf a Focient to make a soft but not Sticky dough. Rte la but half the dough i pineapple doughnuts 3 1-2 cups sifted flour 4 Teaspoons bilking pow i r 1-2 Teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup sugar 2 egg Well beaten 4 Teaspoon Salt 1-2 Teaspoon Nutmeg 2 Tablespoons melted shortening i cup milk i Pound 14-Ouncc can pineapple gems sift dry ingredients. Gradually to 1-4 Inch thickness. Cut several slits in Center of dough us vents it i sugar to eggs. Beat until Lin amp it. For steam a Good a stopper Quot for left add shortening then sifted dry in Over cat pies. Hamburger Roi l up i onion ? tbsp Mazel a i 1-2 lbs. Ground beef 4 tbsp flour 1-2 teas Salt few Grain Pepper i cup milk i recipe baking powder dough slice onion thin brawn Ola. Add ground beef. _ m were Many men who recognized the m b necessity for such legislation but tines i s. Roosevelt a it a fail states her belief that Many More arc among women who have taken mr1 would have delayed immediate office either Boa own men have urged j by Tom it not been for their Reali them to do so or Boca e they have of he Unwor of the Roth full Ovrid in their husbands toot Grid coot aued sup out from woman Steps. It Hen a woman fails it is voters. Vote. However on the other hand Many groups of women worked As earnestly for repeal Basing their judgment on the Long View that prohibition seemed to be developing a disrespect for National Law. Returning to the question of humanitarian moves mrs. Roosevelt acknowledge the fact that there i mls i gradient alternately with milk i add More flour if necessary to make dough stiff enough to handle. Roll out on floured Bourd to about 1-3 Inch thickness. Cut in rounds with 3 1-2 Inch Cutter place a Well drained Gem in sic Center of each round and Roll dough around it. Fry is deep fat at 380 degrees f. Biscuit until Brown. Do not Fry too rapidly or doughnuts will not in a be done in the Center. Or on a Brown v rent oni full s r vex Mithi Ruday much More serious than when a Man fails because the average Parson attribute the failure not to a the individual hut to i by Gici. Taal she is in As far a the bar live question of Temperance it Vou tuned mrs. Roosevelt admits that the won eur so Bri Tiiu a Temperance Unmil undoubtedly a great d a1 to do with the sgt of prohibit fainting oui the fact that there Are certain governments which deny the of Lilac of ult rage for both men Ami women. Mrs. Roosevelt stale the question should not be Dis eur. O d Frt i the standpoint of whether or not women have proved in Twenty Otic j ear that they should have suffrage but whether or not of. Age should be granted to who have an squad ight Tion when they did not have the i to a voice in their own government. Paper and Roll in sugar lightly add flour Al and Pepper these Are Good either hot or cold. Mix Well. Add milk cd a a a a until but. Re bed nerved the d by they Hick. Stirring sons Tan try Cook jars i oked. Yield approximately Roll out biscuit dough to 1-4 Throe one half dozen Don a nuts. Ture. Roll Jelly Roll a Hion Cut in a i i -2�?o piece piece Cut ulc Down in tiled pan bilk in mod int Ltd a bet meeting on i in i eat oven <373. Of 3 minutes. Serve the special meetings now in with mushroom or other Maigre Jar Gross at the to Fri and mi.? serves 6 it Iona it Alliance Tabernacle Are crust variation is. Wine in interest the in a gel biscuit Crit t May be varied i t it \ ii ii Utko a get a w it it Many ways. To it adding floated i interest and Olgg Tina next a we i Chet a ,. Or a Coupe of table he will give his u.? of How a a Taxons of minced Parsley it i the l4.>rd healed him when he a of chopped pimiento. Or substitute give i up to die ii after Healing j 1 half cup hot mushed 0 get a. For Tim Abo a aved him the meeting.? a half cup of the flour in the Basic continue each night this coming recipe or us Tomato juice As week it 7.�?T44 p. In. The liquid in making biscuit. Cut by cuff dough in round or w Ith a recover from flu doughnut Cutter or Cut into pie Arthur Wiley is recovering freon1 shaped wedges to make diamonds a a week s attack of influenza 2 shows baily�?2 15 41 pal All scats reserved exactly As presented a Atlanta premiere

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