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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 February 1935

© <v> o o o ® © O o © © o • O o G % © ® O © o GROWING TOWNS IN WILLACY COUNTY INCLUDE, RAYMONDVILLE, THE COUNTY SEAT. LYFORD, SEBASTIAN. SAN PERLITA AND LASARA. iOLLAi VOL. 18 WILLACY COUNTY THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREE CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. WILLACY COUNTY NEW8. RAYMONDVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14,.1935 No. 7 ONION FIESTA DATES CHANGED OIL DRILLING TO BE RESUMED ON SILK WELL Armendiaz Operations Will Be Started In Near Future Drilling on the W. W. Silk well, located on the Santa Rosa tract, will likely be resumed within a short time, it was stated this week by members of the company who are transferring leases and making arrangements to continue with drilling operations. The well was closed down some time ago when difficulties were en- countered and now that these have been overcome, arrangements will be completed within a short time to con- tinue drilling operations. Drilling on the W. T. Daniel et al Armendiaz No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 February 1935

© 5 ( I ¡I 1 o ft © © •o O .© O =r © ® . c o ®0 * ® ® * • ° - WIIAACT COUNT ¿ATMOWPyiUA rElAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14. IMS WILLACY COKNTY NEWS. D. BUTTON BAPP PIMMJwt BglKihtd every Thoraday at Raymondville (County Seat) Willacy Co., Texaa. Entered a* second elau matter, January 27. lttfc in the Poet Office At Raymond villa. Texts under the Postal Act of Mirch 3, 1878. í Year _ Months SUBSCRIPTO}' BATES $2.60 «1.25 ADVERTISING RATES readers 10 eents per line. Black face readers 20 cents per line. Classified rates: I cert a word, each insertion. No classified advertisement accepted for less than 25 oents. Display rates made known upon appKcation. Amy erroneous reflection upon the character er standing 8i any person or fewness concern appearing in these columns wiH be readily and willingly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publisher. SIDELIGHTS o THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE WHISKEY TAKES THE STEERING WHEEL In a recent series of graphic bulletins, the National S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 February 1935

® © 666 Liquid - Tablets Salve Nom Drops 0 cbccka ®COLDS UHp FEVER first day Headaches in 30 minutes CALL FOR GOLDEN JERSEY BUTTER 0 At Your Local Stores A CHILD'S LAXATIVE SHOULD BE UQUjD ^ (Aak any doctor) own comfort, and for your and future welfare. you should read this: The bowels cannot be helped to regularity by any laxative that can't be regulated as to dose. That is why doctors use liquid laxatives. A liquid laxative can always be tiran in the right amount* You can —dually reduce the dose. Reduced 1fe u the secret of real and tufe _ -.Jfrom constipation. . The right liquid laxative dose rives the right, amount of help. When repeated, instead of more each time, you take leu. Until bowels are mov- ing regularly and thoroughly without any help at all. , "Q1® 'ÍSH*? 'axative generally used is Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin. It contains senna and cascara, naturaI laxatives that form no habit — even in children. Its action is gentle, but sure. It will clear up a condition of bilious...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 February 1935

fcs* • t ■3 I * OS© • '* 9 o o "O O WljLlACTCOUafTT NKWS. KATMQWPT1LLE. TRIAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY II. 1M WOAVA N'S PAG E SOCIETY NOTES SIX CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS TOGETHER Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Pittman enter- tained at dinner Sunday at the Har- ris Hotel in honor of six whose birth- days, including their own, come be- tween Feb. 2 and 13. They were W. A. Addington, Judge A. B. Crane, Llewellyn Crane and Flonnie Fuller. Others enjoying their hospitality were Mrs. Addington and son, Stan- ley, Mrs. Crane, Rev. and Mrs. B. P. Jaco, Rev. F. E. Hunter, Brownsville; Mr. and Mrs. R. Leo Brown, and Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Brooks and children, Joseph, Nancy, Ruth, David and Ben, who have just returned from Shang- hai, China. Mr. and Mrs. Pittman and Judge Crane and daughter, Llewellyn, have had their birthday dinners together the past nine years. * * * CELEBRATES FIRST BIRTHDAY Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Ayres, was honosee at a birth- day party at the home of his grand- mother, Mrs. Geo. Ayr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 February 1935

© o o © 0 A va and Lloyd Sansom, of San Per- lita spent several days with their grandmother, Mrs. V. L. Sansom, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. D. Ryfinger, and Mr. Rysinger, at WiHamar. Mr*. J- f- Ellis who has been teach- ing in the San Perlita schools since September has returned to her home in Kingsvilie, and her daughter, Miss Annabell, will continue her work in the school in the second grade. W. A. Harding returned Saturday from an extended business trip to Nerth Texas. Mm. Joe Lochrie returned to San Antonio Sunday, after a week end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Earle, anil little daughter, Mayiielle. the howard mortuary Modern Equipment. Embalming. Complete Service. Phone 71 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ware and Mr. and Mr . R- W. Green left Sunday morning for Belton to visit Kay Ware, a student at Mary Hardin- Baylor. Mr . Enoch Williams and Mr. and Mr . Herschel Williams were Harlin- gen and Rio Hondo visitors Saturday morning. Mr . A. G. Kieke of Lasara spent Frid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 February 1935

i 0 sr.* o O O ü£ P I I bt i WILLACY COWNTT WBW8. RAYMÓNDTIL* TKXA*. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1>M o o . O O O THJ3Y SURE .CAN 8ENSE,1T •«I FAMILY NEXT DOOR c ooao \00 OID1. 1 ASKID \00 HOT TO Tiu Nw yiiFc -nwt I taOT HOMt lA«t N\GHT NNO VO NO SOONIR. GOT TK WOROS OVÍT1* IAV WSOOTVA TUPsN VOO /- —V HM> TO 00 fcUStoW ÍBOT l«SSH. IANV IT'S Ml vood ORIN FftULT \lll °v*ix \p \oo H&DN'l foio WE HOT TO Ttu. Í0 NEVER A thought UNVTHVNG fc&OOT \T-"BOT ftFTER. >(pU TOlD WE — HOW TH HECK'S IT HAPPEN TO BE Kty FfcOlT GülUV G Ti MINOTE ■HOlOtN %on\ethvngH I fj Lan«t ■>•«! C t WwwwwWw Ww Www n www j WASHINGTON I SNAPSHOTS | Taken by t I THE HELM NEWS SERVICE t t Politicians will have .their eyes jtteled in the direction of next week's Lincoln day dinner of the National Republican Club in New York, at Which Herbert Hoover will make his iirst appearance in political life since Jtis defeat for re-election. It is not planned that the former President shall make a "speech." He will m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 February 1935

o © o © © 0 teachersbegin curriculum re- vision study 0 ■ For some time foremost educators of America have been questioning the work being done in our public schools. The feeling has been growing that the training students receive in schools is not of great value in every day living. Many students of the problem believe that much that is essential to wholesome laying is omit- ted from school training and that much of what is gained in school is of little real value. Several states and many cities, among them the larger cities of Texas, have made a systematic study of the problem and have made some changes in their school programs. The superintendents' section of the Texas State Teachers' Association has been instrumental in raising the question in Texas, and the State De- partment of Education has begun a well planned program of study. The state has been divided ¿nto 22 dis- tricts. which are sub-divided into still smaller units for intensive study. A four year program pf study and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 February 1935

j|i mmn— it?- wm i-mu ® © ® 00 ® © WiÜÉCT 1 CL \m CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Big Results for Small Expenditure h£K ^DDNTT wnrc EATMOMBVyi lA TEXAS. THURSDAT, FEBRUARY 14, KM o® i ' ■■■■■■■■Mil IIMIMIN TOR 8ALE—8 acres of land in Jot 5, block 7, Narcisso Tract 4. Make «ffer. Wm. Langden, 2846 Hollywood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. AUCTION: Every Saturday, rcnandi _ Or «40 bay your merchandise for cash. |fe delay on money. Col. R. S. Parker, Bsrlinfcn, Texas, Phone 203. FOR SALE or TRADE: We have choice (all clear) business and resi- dence properties throughout ttfe Rio Grande Valley, for sale at bargain price* or will consider trading for Sen Antonio'properties. Will also con* -eider trading for good equities. Write eg phone J. R. Warren, Box 786, Har- lingen, Texas. Phone 200. 4tc J24-31F7-14 FOR SALE: Stack of Sudan straw. Nice and bright. Inquire at the Ray- meodville Bonded Warehouse Co. Phone 60. FOR RENT: Cool sleeping room hot rent to gentleman. Telephone 113. FOR EXCHANGE for small farm p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 21 February 1935

© o © e © O % - A i a i GROWING TOWNS IN WILLACY COUNTY INCLUDE, RAYMONDVILLE. THE COUNTY SEAT, LYFORD, SEBASTIAN, S/EN PERLITA AND LASARA. WILLACY COUNTY THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OP THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREE «CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. VOL. 18 WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. BAYMONPVILI.E. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1935 No. a FIESTA QUEEN TO BE CHOSEN LELAND E. MILLER WILL FILL OFFICE OF CO. SURYEYOR J. E. Johnson Tenders Res- ignation to County Commissioners Leland E. Miller has been appointed county surveyor to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of J. E. Johnson which was received by the Willacy County commissioners' court and accepted Monday. Johnson, who has been county sur- veyor for a number of years, recently tendered his resignation after he had accepted a position with the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works and has been stationed at Fredericksburg since he accepted the position on a project there. Miller, who has been assistant to J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 21 February 1935

# WILLACY COUNTY NEWg. EAYMONDVILLK^TEXAS, . WILLACY COUNTY NEWS D. BURTON RAPP Publisher Published rrery Thursday at Raymondville (County Seat) Willacy Co., Texas. Entered aa second da matter, January 27, 1922, in the Poet Office at Raymondville, Texas under the Postal Act of March 3, 1878. One Year _ Biz Months SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 91.25 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 26 cents. Display rates made known upon appNcation. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or business 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 'CO.OPERATION, OR—FAILURE?' Such is the title given to a short address recently delivered before the Texas Citrus Institute at Edinburg by Clirtton Fraser, general ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 21 February 1935

.® • o © O Suffering with Piles, I want to u. Drop me a line ex* jr. Fred C Whitney 817 6th Ave., Des Moines, Iowa V Suffering help you plaining, H. Bruce Stone WATCHMAKER—JEWELER Fountain Pen HoapiUl 112 W. Jackson St. Harlingen, Texas • Raymondville ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Abraham Rios, Prop. o Best equipped shoe repair shop in town 0 WILLACY COUNTY NgW^ BATjjONDVILLE. TEXAS. thursday. ODD — Blrr>XEUE february >1. 1 s « MO.442,544 L IMPROV6MENT IM A BlCVCLE THE OBJECT OF THIS INVENTION IS TO PROVIOE MEANS WHERE ONE MA3 BHJOi with a bicycle exercise like tviat op Rowin© with a pair op sculls,which is adapted to DEV/blope the muscles op the ar/as AKiD bodv as well as those of the legs ! I I I I I ESCO SEEDS Few as Good—None Better EASTERN SEED & GRAIN CO. PHONV. Ififi I I I I WE MAKE YOUR OLD CLOTHES LOOK NEW And keep your from looking old. and deliver. new clothes We call for CITY TAILORS / cwvi IS/DI VI HIS WOULD go great AT a BlKE RACE / half. bike ano half boat... would vou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 21 February 1935

HKlf r*jc'. -¿i&aK£i K 'v. % w P¿ l'¥ R ag 1 Si l¿ . ■ <S • * -« a e o o • ® .© ° © TBI AS. ^THlRgPAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1 35 SÉ- © W UM WOMAN'S PAG E «huii iii«i iiií O ■qs «Se te MI SOCIETY NOTES COURTESY HONORS BETROTH ERED COUPLE Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Douthit were hosts Thursday evening of last week at their home with a dinner-bridge in honor of Miss Lois Thompson, of Harlingen, and William Kimbrough, Jr., of Mississippi, who were married Saturday night at 8 o'clock at the Methodist Church in Harlingen, The home was very atractive in a St. Valentine motif using the red and white color scheme. Pom poms in birlliant colors were hung over the doors and lights, with red drapes at the windows. White crepe paper with heart cut- outs, over red paper, were used on the quartet tables where the delicious 4dinner was served. Dainty corsages of red geraniums and baby's breath, tied with white ribbon marked places for the girls and matching bountonniers were giv- en the boys. Prizes of heart-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 21 February 1935

o o 4 © © ®Q 0(9 O o willacy couyqr news. RAYMfrEPVm-E. teXas, Thursday. February ti, ms^ , Ernest Judah of Portales, N. M., arrived Saturday to visit his sister, .Mr . L«roX William , and Mr. WilliMto* Mr. and Mm. Homer Favor of Cor- pus Christi arrived recently to make their home here. Mr. Favor is em- ployed at the Humble Service Station with his brother-in-law, Lester H iSmith. J. A. Busch left today (Thursday) for St. Louis, Mo., on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Argo were Lower Valley visitors last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hogue of Little River, Kans., who are spending the winter in McAllen, were in the city Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones, Fred W. Burks and Mr. Penny drove to Boca Chica Sunday. Mrs. Nell Wright and daughter, Rose Lorell, of Harlingen, spent the Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Earle. Mr. and Mrs. Dick McCann of Port Isabel were here Sunday night call- ing on her mother, Mrs. Mamie •Curry. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Scheels and son, Freddie, were...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 21 February 1935

■ .yy I 11 II : Sr| I- c u r i \ Ú n r^WMTT^KKW£^fcATMOWI|TTvrR^TEXA^. TKVBgUAY. FEBRI ARY ll. HSV s*x FAMILY NEXT DOOR • ■' . AINT IT THE TRHWP c ft NOW WHAT, motto \ WHAT t% a MWAYSV->fOU COMt HONit W HK5HT. tAff XOO*. SUPPER. GRAB THE PAPtR AND BOSTf YOOR NOSt IN IT, P*<\NQ HO MORE KTflEm\ON TOorAC "TVAAN IF I DIDN'T 5s 1 i «HOT UP1. tOÜ StlFISH ftROTti*- NEVER 1HINMINQ ANYTHING BUT tOORSEV? VOU SUPPOSE I* UKE TO WHY DONT I EVER QIT A CHANCE ENTEVCTMNtD ONCE \N A WHILE? " l W00V.0 UKt TD BE CONSIDERED A UTTWC, AW- WW1.1. VgHV DONT TOO EVER TAVJK TO N\E _ ANY WOREl O o o Miss Helen Shaver will leave the Jilt of the week for her home in iTama, la., after a months'visit with 'ibn father, L. V. Shaver, and aunt, Lillian Beeraft m ~ Hie liquid test' N,tt ENDS bowel worries lor many people I a teat that tells yon whether Si things worse, it would be «rise to try this: Slip all use of any laxative that does not encourage variation from a dose" (which may be entirely too large a do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 21 February 1935

® o 0 wA, r t t ### WMHHHHM* <H*hhhhhhh O LYFORD NEW" I ^#####*#*#**##***##*###* Mr - R*y Baldrldge has reurned from a visit with her parents, Rev. •nd Mrs. E. A. Potts, in Leesville, Texts. She was accompanied by her brother and his wife from Meféedes. Little Jackie Marlin has returned fro ma visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cook, in San Benito. Mr. Gordon returned last week from an extended stay in Missouri. Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Bell and daughter, Miss Lillian, of Santa Rosa attended the school entertainment here Friday evening. They were ac- companied home for the week end by Miss Ruby Bell. Mrs. Fred Parker and three small eons visited with her mother in Brownsville Sunday. <JHE HOWARD MORTUARY Modern Equipment. Embalming. Complete Service. Phone 71 Mr. and Mrs. P'rank Pepnin liad Its their week end guests, Mrs. Ida Carlisle of Corpus Christi, Mrs. Karl Huffacker and son of Brownsville. Miss Lillian Sorenson of San Ben- ito was an all day puest of her par- ents, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 21 February 1935

\ i In I a? ¡I i'i" a-, u sk f M >r V. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING • • •-t ••• Bi^ Results for Small Expenditure0 § i mi ÍHHMHHHMMH FOR SALE—S teres of land in |9t 5, block 7, Nardsso Tract 4. Make ¿per, ;er. In. Lardón, 2846 Hollywood Toledo, kUCTION: Eveir Saturday. Or boy your merchandise for cash, on money. CoL R. 8. Parker, Texas, Phone 208. FOR 8ALE or TRADE: We have (all clear) business and resi- erties throughout the Rio ey, for saje st bargain 111 consider tfrUWig for i An brtpemios. Will also eon- for Sod equities. Write arpbonfJ.fc. Warren, Box 786, Har- fiuin, Texas. Phono 200. 4tc l> W J24-31F7-14 FOR RENT: fot rent to gen sleeping room Telephone 118. FOR EXCHANGE for small farm ■tar Raymondville. 160 acres unim- Moved, good land. Eastern New Mex- ico, No encumbrance. Hb ACRES for " JN* Three room taM FOR SALE ae near San Per- Price *1,500. near Lyford. terms. 0 RIE WASHTOON SNAPSHOTS i THE HELM*NEW§ SERVICE Sos*a « s wassesssassaaims Auction EVERY TUESDAY BADEN'S SALE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 28 February 1935

■Tr" t, ¿ - .V A, Vc V*. Ü . *•.H#** ■ fc* ■ " II I "'li ili'H' W1JUUACY COUNTY THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT . Of THE RIÓ GRANDE VÁ^EÍ. ; THREE CROPS CAN EASILY" RE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. NO. 9 Instructions Are Given To Group On Cotton Contracts GOOD WILL TRIP IS PLANNED TO CORPUS CHRISTI GROWING TOWNS IN WILLACY COUNTY INCLUDE RAYMONDVILLE. ,THE COUNTY SEAT, LYFORD, SEBASTIAN. SAN PERLITA AND LASARA. VOL. 18. WlLfc^CY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONOV|LLE;jrEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1935 PARADE WILL . BE BIG EVENT OF ONION FIESTA Award Wffl~Be Made On Best Decorated Store Window An award of $10.00 will be offered for the beat decorated float in the Willacy County Onion Fiesta parade and a silver loving cup wil lbe offered to the best decorated store window and front during the celebration which will be held here April 12 Ribbons will also be awarded to the bast display of onions which will be exhibited at the time, according to the decision reached at the meet* lag of the board held Mond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 28 February 1935

• • "WILLACT COUNTY NEWS (CowtxSMt) *ak< ST. lttt is the FM Act ad March 1. •- T«r Oo 10 cants par Classified rata: I cat I word, each insertion. No classified adrertaeemeat for lata tkaa 28 oaata. Display ratas made lam apoa appKeatton. reflection «pon Dm character ar standin* of any penon or In theaa columns wiH ba readily and vflbn^y its bein* Vrought ta the attention of the publisher. THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE WILLACY COUNTY SHOWS EXCELLENT GAIN Willacy County has set another new record, accord- ing to the report of a census taken by William D. Miles, supervisor of farm census. The report shows that the figures obtained by Mr. Miles as being complete and also show that an increase of 100 per cent has been made during the five depression years. The figures were so surprising to Mr. Miles that he made a recheck to determine whether or not there had been some mistake. However, no mistake could be found in the figures which were tabulated. The remarkable increase in agricultu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 28 February 1935

• • 6 O Q & • • O © if Sofltariaf with Pifo, I want.# help on. Drop • • line ex- plaining. ^ . Pwd C Whitney * 817 flth Av., Des Moines, Iowa M\C#S C0Ü6M Dhqp ... Real Throat relief t Mediated with ingredi* ente of Viclcs VepoRub OVi R COM E S BAD BRLATH DOWN GOES THE PRICE OF SHAVING COMFORT PROBAK JUNIOR Also in Pjckjgcs 10 for 25c 25 fur 59c JÍ T. H.REG.U.S.PAT. OFF. —XT OTHER PATENTS PENDING VS*>| Probak Junior fits all Gillette A Probak razors H. Bruce Stone WATCHMAKER—JEWELER Fountain Pen Hospital 112 W. Jackson St. Harlingen, Texas Raymond ville ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Abraham Rios, Prop. Best equipped shoe repair shop in town ¡ESC0 SEEDS a ■ Few as Good—None Better | I • I | EASTERN SEED & I | GRAIN CO. | " PHONE 166 ************************** WE MAKE YOUR OLD CLOTHES LOOK NEW And keep your new clothes |¡ from looking old. We call for j! and deliver. CITY TAILORS jj Ray Murray SERVICING WILLACY COUNTT Special Representative Western Reserve Life Branch Office Reese-Wil-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 28 February 1935

• • i \ . .© O , <a • ' • g-,' VUN- r * -• * TWA8, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY M. 1M WOMAN'S PAG E MRS. MILO i. GLARNBR COMPLIMENTS MOTHER Mrs. Mito J. Glarner *u hostess Friday at a luncheon ta compliment her mother, Mrs. Myrtle E. Harrison, and Mn. Jennie Fennel, who are her house guests. A patriotic theme was developed in the appointments of the table, and in the flowers used in with blue bonnets and red geraniums were used freely. After the luncheon • delightful musieal program was given by Mrs. Wm. Kirch" of New York, and Mrs. E. B. Burton of this city. "Rose in the Bud," "Trees" and "Mighty Lak' a Rose," were Mrs. Kirch's numbers and Mrs. Burton sang "Annue Laurie" and "A Dream." The personnel included Mrs. Jennie • Pennell, Mrs. Myrtle E. Harrison, Mrs. J. A. Busch, Mrs. E. L. Bradley, Mrs. Wm. Kirch, Mrs. E. B. Burton, SEBASTIAN NEWS « « nan■■s> ♦ * ** * t t * t t t I if' Mrs. S. P. Nielsen and daughters, Helen, Ruth and Norma Mae, were visiting friends and relatives in San Ben...

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