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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 3 May 1934

®. © © GROWING TOWNS m Willacy county include, \ raymondville, the county seat, lyford, sebastian, san perlita and lasara. © WILLACY COUNTY THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREE CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. VOL, 17. willacy county news, raymondville, texas. thursday, may 3, 1934 Na.II FLOODWAY CONTRACT IS LET emplonmeyt service to get labor here to finish county project Contract Calls for the Expenditure of Approximately $11,000 for Work Cwitract for the grubbing and clearing of the floodway in the southern section at Willacy County has been 1st and it is expected the work will be started within the next week, according to officials at the National Employment Office here. Th« contract will run in the neigh- borhood of fll,000 and calls for the clearing of 160 acres of land in the floodway.' It will employ approxi- mately fifty men each day for the next several months. ' The work is being done to allow water to flow through the floodway without...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 3 May 1934

(?) e> © n WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. KATMONPVILLB. TEXAS. THl'RSDAY. MAY X 1MI —— . ' — WILLACY COUNTY NEWS D. BURTON BAPP PabUsher imaéd every Thursday at Raymoadville (County Seat) Willacy Co., Texas. Entered a> aeeond «class matter, January 27,1022, in the Poat Office at Baymondville, Texas under the Postal Act of March 8, 1878. O* Year Star Montha SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 fl.28 ADVERTISING RATES Local readers 10 cents per line. Black face readers 20 cents per line. Classified rates: I cent a word, each insertion. No classified advertisement accepted for less than 28 cents. Display rates made known upon application, erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or Any en hswtii ss concern appearing in these columns will be readily and willingly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publisher. THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE ,®. COST OF RECOVERY The cost of recovery will be small, Jesse Jones told East Texans, at their convention in Texarkana....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 3 May 1934

0 as «9 © WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. |tAYMONDVÍLLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY, _MA?8, 1984 <•> t t SEBASTIAN L. R. McLennon spent the week end in Marlin with his wife and baby daughter. Sammy Bourne of Santa Rosa spent Monday here with his cousin, Beat* rice Anne Bourne. Mrs. Caldwell and grandson and sister, Mrs. Alexander, left Monday for Indiana where they will spend the summer with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Fletcher and ! son. Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Ballurd and children and Mr. and Mrs. Lokey spent Sunday at Red Fish, Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lokey spent sev- eral days last week at their home here looking after farming interests. Dr. W. D. McGraw Registered Optometrist Office over Chevrolet Motor Company Raymondville AND SEE BETTER" High Class Optical Service at Prides You can afford. Why be hampered with poor vision. Your eyes are too valuable to be neglected. Your credit is good here. They returned to Oklahoma the latter part of the week. Misg Nelle Soro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 3 May 1934

® © o O WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONDVILLIL TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 3. 1M4 5S=^^=BB==g ■' f - - ■ = JV 3&S WOMAN'S PAG E SOCIETY NOTES BLUE BONNET BRIDGE CLUB Mm. A. Wise was a gracious host' ens to the Blue Bonnets Tuesday af- ternoon. Substitutes playing were Mm. A. V. Kennedy and Mrs. E. J Sanders. Mrs. E. B Reeves scored high The hostess served cake and coffee. • * * BON TEMP BRIDGE CLUB The Bon Temp Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. M. H. Dreyer [Wednesday afternoon, Mn. C. S. Reynolds played for an absent member. Mn. A. Wise scored high. A sweet course was served. • • • CACTUS BRIDGE CLUB Miss Alma Spivy entertained the Chetos Bridge Club Tuesday night Mrs. St. Clair Thompson scored Ugh. A dainty plate lunch was served. • ♦ • DINNER PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT Colorful spring blossoms gave ad- dad charm to the home of Mr. and Mia. Geo. R. Lochrie Saturday night when they entertained at a dinner party. Flowers in varied hues were clustered about the rooms. Out of town guests incl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 3 May 1934

WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAVMONOVILLE. TEXAS. THl'RSDAY. MAY 3. 1§SI THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR UP ANO | «•. ; • ">>; ViEb, .SftV GoiNO OVER X^O OMNtk HOU«5t! ^SN V«S>« NE.VTOO TH GRLATEST ASSET TH\<3 COUNTRY HA«J US <5CIFN^0E PAiN ! I CANT NO A TÍSH. IN GAOOIN OVfcR N UISTCNIN* T" THAT BIRD PV^U. A UOT O TRUTH \6AV\ H % 1. K\l AN^ ttVStLF STUFF.1 WAHO OPCRA To- MIQHT POLITICAL VIEWS By FEED HOLMES WaaUnftMi Correapondent of Willacy County Nivi no © 'Round about forty years ago any food Republican who would permit himself to listen to a speech by a Democrat was forthwith politically blacklisted. At that time, also, any good Democrat (of course, in these days Republicans would not admit that there were any "good" Demo- crate) caught in the act of even cas- ually perusing a Republican news- paper was promptly read out of the party. All voters—except those \yho held, or hoped to hold, office— were nothing more than dum driven cattle, responsive only to the crack of the herdsmen's ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 3 May 1934

O 0 0 © NOTICE OF HEARING TO CHANGE PLAN OF TAXATION WILLACY COUNTY NBWS. RAYM0NPV1LLE. TEXAS. THUR8DAV. MAY 8, 1 84_ THE STATE OF TEXAS, COUNTY OP WILLACY. Willacy County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 To Al Taxpayers Within Willacy County Water Control and Improve' ment District No. 1: TAKE NOTICE that the Board of Directors of WILLACY COUNTY WATER CONTROL AND IMPROVE- MENT DISTRICT No. 1, of the Counties of Willacy and Hidalgo, Texas, on the 28rd day of April, 1984, passed and adopted an order providing for a public hearing to be jSdá on the 8th day of May, 1934, at the office óf said District, in the City of Raymondville, Texas at 10 o'clock, A. M., to determine whether 41m said District shall adopt the ad valorem plan of taxation in lieu of the present assessed benefit plan of taxation, at which hearing any per- son who is a taxpayer within the Die- trict may appear and offer testimony ta «how whether the proposed changa ta the tax plan will most conduce to tjw eq...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 3 May 1934

© e o a o © © # WILLACY COUNTY NPWS. RAYMONDVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 3. 1M4 © O ftP AS SOON WITHOUT TOOTH- BRUSH OR SOAP AS NOT TO HAVE OIL - OF-SALT When quick action isnecessary for burns, sunburn, cuts, scalds, and bruises, Oil- of-Salt is wonderful. And what relief for sore, tired, aching, itching feet—and tor- turing Athlete's Foot. Oil-of-Salt it a liquid. A liquid is alwayi better. Sooths— promotes fast Healing—checks blood flow-rfelievas pain. Uasd in 52,000 factories and Ore departments, «at it at your druccist. The family's best friend when a friend is motit needed. Comes ia 50c—75c—S1.2S sizes. <aia> Raymondville ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Abraham Rios, Prop. Best equipped shoe repair shop in town "BELIEVE IT OR NOT" We Know We Know Typewriters Sales Agent Underwood Typewriters Sundst'rand Adding Machine FRED R. SCROGGINS 115 So. 1st St. Harlingen Ph. 295 E. W. HUFF Special Representative Western Reserve Life Insurance Co. San Angelo, Texas H. Bruce Stone WATCHMAKER—JEWE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 3 May 1934

• •• M • M MO IK BfHIHI *mm 9 oo o o . mw M >■ O • 0 «0 9 9 em a 0m«oniai0iiiiBitD*BiitwiM«aB SO O © o o .se se « o eso es © O ©esceti o ooe:: sea Willacy county news, raymondville. texas. Thursday, may a. i>a< CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING s ' Big Results for Small Expenditure GOOD WORK MULES—And dairy mm, See Col. Baden at the Auction fM, 1 mile louth oí Harlingen. Auc- 4lSB every Tuesday. We sell every- American Traveler's Association «fieriflfe travel service by fast Buses, or dependable private cars on sharing basis. We save you and money. W. W. Houser, t 9623, Madison Hotel Arcade, J . O. Box 885, Harlingen. grocery, Market, Lunches.. We jpsdaHze in Mexican dishes. Sani- tanr foods, satisfactory service. P. G. FABIAN. |R SALE CHEAP—Round Oak Table and six chairs. Apply County News for. iufor- rOR SA rstó1 * B AUCTION: Every Saturday. Or "1 buy your merchandise for cash, delay on money. Col. R. S. Parker, •Ungen, Texas, Phone 208. JEWING MACHINES: Bonded «•Mutative. Supplies ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 10 January 1935

o • • e GROWING TOWNS IN willacy county include, raymondville, the county SEAT, lyford, sebastian, san perlita and lasara. i WILLACY COUNTY THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREE CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. VOL.17 willacy cou&ty news. raymondville texas. thursday, january 10. 1935 - .. ill No.* APPROVAL ORDER TO CALL FOR IRRIGATION BIDS ASKED Í3 ■ 1 B i A.&M. COLLEGE TO PLACE NEW COUNTY AGENT Ralph Hutchins Appointed To Take Up County Agent's Duties Ralph Hutchins will be sent to Willacy County to fill the position of county agent in the near future, ac- cording to information reaching here this week. Mr. Hutchins will fill the place now occupied by Geo. e. Voss who has held the position during the past year following the íesignation of R. G. Burwell who accepted a similar position in Hidalgo County. The new county agent comes here highly recommended. He is a gradu- ate of A. & M. College with out- standing honors and has made a su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 10 January 1935

WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYIjOMWUATElAg, THURSDAY. JANUARY 1>. IMS WILLA6Y-C0UNTY NEWS D. BURTON RAPP FuBIUHed every Tb«ml y at Raymondville (County Seat) Willacy Co- T« Entered M Meond cI*m matter, January 27. 1922, in the Poet Qffiee at Rajraondville. Tens under the PoiUri Act of March 3. 1878. Tesas. One Year gis Months SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.60 $1.26 ADVERTISING RATES Boeal readers 10 cents per line. Black face readers 20 cents per line. Classified rates: I cent a word, each insertion. Ne classified advertisement accepted for leu than 25 cents. Display rates mad* known upon application. Am ^mamaalia MlU^firtSI uivam frtiA s«Vi aP tt* nrllTlS A# Anv AANAn AV person or willingly THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE THE WILLACY COUNTY IRRIGATION SYSTEM Prospects are now looking far more brighter than they have for the past several months for actual starting of work on the Willacy County Irrigation project, fol- lowing the sending to Fort Worth for PWA officials O. K. to start the dirt work...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 10 January 1935

i .. 9 W1LLACT COUNTY NEW 8. «ATMONDVILLE. TLX A 8. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. IMS Valley Notes TWENTY-FOLR HIDALGO TEST WELLS FLOW MISSION. —-An even two dozen flowing oil wells completed since Sep- tember 20 became the record of Hi- dalgo County's new Samfordyce field late Sunday upon completion of the Rogers Oil and Gas Company's No. 1 Francisco B. Guerra near the south- east edge of the field. The Rogers test was still cleaning itself Sunday night after the plug was drilled with tubing Saturday night and early Sunday. It was mak- ing small amounts of oil through half- inch tubing choke under tubing work- ing pressure of 50 pounds and 100 pounds closed-in casing pressure. The cleaning process was hastened when the well was "jetted" with natural gas through the casing. Production is from saturation at 2727-51 feet, the upper Samfordyce gas sand hav- ing been found at 2709-23 feet and shale at 2723-27 feet. High gas pres- sure was apparently overcome by set- ting casing at the bottom of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 10 January 1935

i 11 s • • • • . • so " WILLACY COUNTY VEWS. RAYMOND TILLE. TKXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1 , IMS WOMAN'S PAG E «o f m Mary Alice Saunders Becomes Bride Elton Ray Of interest to a wide circle of friends is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Mary Alice Saun- ders of Center to Elton D. Ray of Lyford, the wedding taking place on Dec. 29 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Saunders. The Rev. B. L. Pool read the impressive ceremony before a few close friends and relatives. Miss Edith Saunders, sister of the bride and Robert Guinn acted as attendants. Both young people are well known here, Mrs. Ray having at one time been a member of the Sebastian school faculty and Mr. Kay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray, is manager of the Willacy Implement Company in Ray mondville. They will make their home in Raymondville. Wedding Held at Baptist Parsonage Miss Leola So ward of Oklahoma City and John M. Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Phillips, were married. Saturday night a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 10 January 1935

© n.lac^coi'.vry news, raymoxoville, texas. thirspay. ja.marv 10, N'urses which is being held in Her- linj?en today and Friday at the Reece- WiUMond Hotel. Miss Dietrich, state secretary of the Graduate Nurses As- i «ociation, is to lecture. Kenneth Williams who has been ill Alvis, who has been iif the Scott r« .!u to .¡t íp Xte «eh "",nd ,reatn"""- day. Harold Mow, of Logansport, Ind., is here visitng Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lowe. Dr. C. C. Conley and Dr. G. E. Bennack attended a business meeting of the Cameron-Willacy County Med- ical Society in San Benito Friday Mrs. Slayton Steen and baby have returned to their home in Yoakum after a holiday visit with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fitch. In Willacy County It's DIDDLESTEVS MORTUARY Phone 66 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Musgrave re- turned Friday night from Baylisf 111., where they had been to see his sister, Mrs. Bob Farling, who is in a critical condition from bums which she re- ceived last April. Mrs. Farling had a dizzy spell when worki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 10 January 1935

m WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RA YMOWDV1IIR- "SEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1*. 1tt5 the family next •4 f 1 t ¡8 51 % ! I I £ a man'S way *HO WOH^T \/ GOLD , TMt EVER «HIST? I fAU.UO**tft£* DAUGHTER, «IU KIVW QfT MVARRICD1 NOPí UNK. THfcT OMAE WOULDN'T JAM*** TH BEST IAAN UVIN'1. * SHE REFUSED *1. DtOKT «Hi? NEVER. / \ BUSINESS APPEARS TO HAVE ENTERED ON UPWARD GRADE Survey Shows Confidence Is Being Restored In Many Sections AUSTIN.—Though uncertainty and fear still exist, economic conditions jn the United States are becoming more settled, according to Dr. F. A. Buechel, assistant director of the University of Texas Bureau of Busi- ness Research. "Business recovery appears to have entered a new phase in which the rate of gain is showing cumulative improvement," Dr. Buechel said. "Confidence among industrial leaders is being gradually restored. Business men and government officials are manifesting a greater cooperative •pfrit. The labor problem, although ODD, BUT TRUE SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE TH...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 10 January 1935

<5 O O WILLACY COUNTY NBW8. RAYMOWPVILLK. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 10, 1S35 ion texas farms i 1 By Minnie Fisher Cunningham t I m Extensión Service Editor t One 4-H Club boy in Shackelford county reports Rains of 3.06 pounds on bis be by beef calf after four months feeding at a cost of $12.00. The calf weighed 330 when it went on e « ® Self-feeder-fed pigs owned and «hown by a 4-H Club boy of Carson county won third place in the litter class in Amarillo recently. The pigs average 241 pounds apiece and had been fed on a ration in which skim milk largely supplied the protein. His net profit was $40.51 on this demon- stration which was his first. Juanita Billingsley, first Tarrant county 4-H Club girl, put up 114 quarts of food this year in her club work. She declares it makes her feel good to save made .such a substantial contribution to the family food «upply. „ t ^ attractive flagstone walk has been made by Mrs. Keorge Williams of Schleicher county with rock re- cured from an old...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 10 January 1935

i'' mmñ Wnrmimm KIW ANIS CLUB CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Big Results far Small Expenditure Saturday. Or for cash. CoL B. 8. Parker, Phona 208. gQXE LAUNDRY—We are equip- qfáw TMXAB, THURSDAY, JANUARY It. 1W *S ! II I " § 1 i I I I to handle your laundry in a very manner and five you a No. 1 i reasonable. C. A. ■ Ave., 8 blocks east e Station. «1-18-26 C¿1 aleepint room man. Telephone 118. ¿srient Home Makers' Club Meeting Is Held - *The reason many people do not JOw canned foods is because a poor duct was used in canning," Marion Edwards, county demonstration agent, during discussion of quality products for bone to the members of the Home Hakff* Home Demonstration Club Jim. 9 at the home of Mrs. John often the best product is used and only the inferior product continued Miss Edwards, a good canned product, use materia) and can properly." Edward* distributed several •nd made-some green tomato which was sampled by Omm present The hostess and leaders for the selected by the club &TFORD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 17 January 1935

O • 8 : GROWING TOWNS in wDllacy* county include raymondville, the, county 8eat, lyford, sebastian. san perlita and lasaba. vol.17 WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONDVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY. JANUARY 17 WILLACY CO'üNTY the agricultural district op the rio grande valley. three crops can easily be raised in this fertile soil. grand jury holds three- day session Criminal District Court Is To Open Here. Monday The grand jury which went into •«•■ion Monday following the charge which was delivered by Criminal Die triet Judge Geo. C. W^stervelt, Cor pus Christi, adjourned late Wednes- day after the three-day period and will convene Monday. The grand jury for this term of court is composed of E. M. Tomme, foreman; R. B. Bush, Lon Phenis, W. B. Puente, L. K. Dail, H. M. Pruett, M. B. Bourne, B. C. Stalling , Robert Ray, A. J. Shubert and J. D. Goodwin. The court appointed Mallie Brown- field and Larry Gomes to act as bailiffs and Gomes as court inter- preter. v. suspended terms given to safe openers Mc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 17 January 1935

r HP -m WILLACY CtfCNf Y NEWS ► . r Thooday i •eco3fl£* dvilU, ^Texai WILLACY COUNTY NEWS ■¡ITMOWnvn TPT t■^J-HTRSDAT^JANt ARY IT. IMS Edwar¿ Readmit Howard Published every Entered aa at RaymondvlIU. BUTTON RAPP PaUiaker * y at Raymondville (County Seat) matter, January 27. 1922. in tha exaa under the Postal Act of Mareh S, 1878. Willacy Co., Texaa. he Poat Onice One Year _ Six Months subscription Bates • $2.60 91.25 ADVERTISING RATES • local readers 10 cents per line. Black face readers 20 cents par line. Claaaified rates: I cant a word, each insertion. No classified advertisement accepted for less than 25 aenta. Display rates made known upon application. Any erroneous reflection upon the character er standing of any person or business concern appearing in these columns will be readil^and willingly corrected upon its rsssr brought to the attention of the publisher. THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE SALES TAX WILL TAKE BURDEN FROM COUNTY Adoption of a constitutional sales tax of two per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 17 January 1935

I o .<§> <$> • If It's HARDWARE* For Any Purpose We Have It Shotguns, Rifles and Ammunition B. F. WATSON & SON WILLACY CODNTT HEWS, lATMONDViLLE. TKXAB. THURSDAY JAM ARY 17. 1935 POLITICAL VIEWS By FRED HOI.MES Wuhington Correspondent ot The Willacy County News E. W. HUFF Special Representative Western Reserve Life Insurance Co. San Anéelo, Texas — H. Bruce Stone WATCHMAKER—J BWELER Fountain Pen Hospital 112 W. Jackson St. Harlingen, Texas RaymondviUe ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Abraham Rios, Prop. Best equipped shoe repair shop in town ■—it's like a little bit o' heaven To DINE and DANOE At The MONTERREY CLUB Good Food, Good Music OARL LASTER, Mgr. ■■ UNION BUS LINES RAYMONDVILLE TO San Antonio $ 3.50 Houston $ 5.66 Dallas $8.80 Oklahoma City $12.80 Tulsa $13.55 Kansas City $16.35 Chicago $21.15 Abilene $ 8.85 El Paso $15.25 Fully Insured Bonded Busses W.W.GRAYSON AGENT PHONE 8 RAYMOND VILLE WE MAKE YOUR OLD GLOTHES LOOK NEW, And kesp jour new clothes from looking old. Wo ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 17 January 1935

M ■ I O oes o «o oo m-' ■ V I *4 m WOMAN'S PAGE SOCIETY NOTES Dessert Bridge Party Is Enjoyable Event Mrs. Wm. A. Rapp and Mrs. D. B. Rapp entertained with a Dessert Bridge Party Saturday afternoon at the home of the later in honor of Mrs. F. D. James of Seattle, Wash, Suest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Green; [rs. M. M. Knight, Loa Angeles, Cal., Siest of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Akard; rs. Mack Pearce, Guin, Ala., guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bostick; Mrs. F. E. Humphrey, guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Humphrey of Zanesville, Ohio, guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Humphrey; and Mrs. Nellie Akard, guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Calder. Sweet peas were used in small bowls on each lunch table and roses were used profusely throughout the living room and dining room. Biidge was played following the lunch at seven tables. Mrs. G. R Lochrie was awarded high score prize. Mrs. F. L. Humphrey won second high and Mrs. J. B. Chambers, Jr. low. Each honored guest was presented with a gift. • • • CACTCS BRIDGE CLUB The...

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