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Kerrville Mountain Sun (Newspaper) April 21, 1938, Kerrville, Texas Page Two Kerrville Motm MRS LANG HONORS NIECES Mrs Garland Long entertained With an Hawaiian tea last Satur day afternoon in her homo at West minster Encampment honoring her nieces Miss Jane McWilliams of Texas University and Miss Betty McWilliams of Schreiner Institute Included in the hospitality were Misses Helen Hayashida and Yuri ko Hiramato students of the State Teachers College San Marcos and natives of Hawaii The Misses Mc Williams arc daughters of Chap lain and Mrs McWilliams who are stationed in the Hawaiian Islands The young Hawaiian women are students in the University of their native islands and with 14 other students of the school worn award ed Federal scholarships in the United States These two young ladies chose San Marcos at the suggestion of the Y W C A sec retary and because public school music was taught along with other teachers courses They will re turn to Hawaii in the late summer and will be graduated from the University of Hawaii with the clas of 39 Miss Betty McWilliams will also enter the University of Hawai next year as she will be graduater from Schreiner in June Miss Jane McWilliams will receive her de gree from University of Texas in June and hopes to tench school in one of the island cities next year Decorations and favors at th party were very unique MRS BOECKMANN HAS CLUB Mrs E N Boeckmann was host ss to the Blue Bonnet Bridge Club Tuesday in her home on Jefferson Street Mrs O R Holbrook received high score J L Bullard award Mrs Ben Chambliss receiv d n gift in remembrance of the occasion All awards were pieces of linen Tall flow prize and Mrs the consolation ers suggestive of the tropics were massed in the rooms and on the front porch Members of the house party wore leis and the McWil liams girls wore dresses made from raw silk the materials for which were woven on the isuancl Bettys was in the shell ginger pattern in green while Janes was in soft deep wine flowers showing the Shower of Gold pattern Miss Hayashida wore a native costume the wide kimona with grass san dals on her feet which were en cased in white silk or mit tens She strummed a ukelcle and sang a number of songs in her na tive tongue Miss dress was a formal train dress oi the islands and was woven of silk in the aloha or bright orange shade Miss Emily Flenniken wore a grass skirt with native decora tions which were brought to her by her brother Morgan Flenniken who served with the U S Navy in the islands The ladies presiding at the tea table woncoolie coats of deep blue raw silk trimmed with rose pink and embroidery These were also brought from Hawaii The centerpiece for the table was there and sent to Mrs Lang by Mrs McWilliams It consisted of a woven grass mat foi the centerpiece with a native shack grasscostumed native dolls shells tiny palm trees and outrig ger boats The latter were whit tled by hand from ebony wood The plate favors were tiny hula dolls Little Batty Lou Wright and Bobby Lang dressed in native cos tume received the guests on the porch Here the tall boughs of foliage were decorated with color ful fruits of balloons and further atmosphere was added hy the parrot who constantly greeted guests Bobby and Betty had Refreshments were served to two ahles of players MRS AULD HOSTESS TO YOUNG MATRONS CLUB The Young Matrons Bridge Club was entertained by Mrs J M Aulcr nt ChicInn Tuesday afternoon when a profusion of wild flower adorned the rooms Wooden bend bags were given to Mrs Guy Sicker for high score trophy and to Mrs Emil Saengci for the cut prize A delicious salad and dessert course was served to two tables of players MISS YATES ENTERTAINS SENIOR F H M Miss Lorena Yates teacher of home making in the public schools entertained with a lovely spring tea last Saturday afternoon in her home on Myrta Street honoring the members of the Future Home Makers Club who are graduating from high school this year Yellow white and lavcndar were the colors used in arranging the EASTER HUNT AT KINDERGARTEN Mrs Robert Wolfmueller honored her little daughter Katherlne with an Easter egg hunt Friday morn ing at the kindergarten on Jeffer son Street There were a number of additional guests besides mem bra of Katherinen class Rolex Replica Betty Lee Fatheree won a prize for finding the most eggs John Locke Hitzfeld also received a prize for the least number Both were given chocolate rabbits Refreshments were served at a beautifully decorated table A huge rabbit on a nest formed the centerpiece and individual angel food cake squares embossed with pastel flowers and names of the children in gold letters marked the places Favors were white rabbits Delicious fruit punch and candy eggs were also served to the fol lowing Katherine Wolfmueller honoree Patsy Moore Joyce Probst Allene Scott Betty Lee Fatheree Jenny Barton Frances Remschel Myra Beth Saenger Jim Calhoun Petesy Martinez Milford Mosty Edwart Cowsert Jimmy Clouse Phillip Holley Estest Van Dyke Arthur Allison Pinkey Brown Worth Duderstadt John Locke Hitzfeld Billy Hcin and Gilbert Nozich Miss Edna Wolfmueller and Mrs J S Colley assisted Mrs Wolf muoller in entertaining 4 MRS LEWIS ENTERTAINS CLUB Mr Henry Lewis entertained th TripleFour Bridge Club Wednes lay of last week in the Terrac Room of the Blue Bonnet Hotel A cut glass beverage pitcher wa ariven to Mrs A T Adkins for clu high score trophy The guest prize a deck of cards was give to Mrs Henry Schwartze Mrs T A Kennedy received cards fo consolation prize been taught the Hawaiian words for welcome and come and the guests were give ted with these strange salutations Mrs Lang was assisted in receiv ing and introducing the callers hy Mrs W A Sailer In the house party were the four honor guests and Misses Wilhelmina Schmidt Margaret and Virginia Penick all of Austin The cake a huge confection shaped like a cross section of pineapples was decorated with sugar hibiscus flowers and colored with a seafoam effect Mrs W W Shepherd Mrs A R Wright Mrs Bea Hurt and Mrs J H Mitchell served the delicious crystal fruits cake coffee and salted nuts to about 00 guests Miss Flenniken had charge of Bettys hook where each guest wrote a good wish or a hit of ad vice of some sort to their friend and classmate Guests were limited to the juung ladies who were at home from col lege for the Easter vacation the cods and faculty wives of Schrein er Institute and a few intimate friends 0 MISS SCHUKINEK IS BRIDAL ATTENDANT Miss Josephine Schreiner spent the week end in Houston where she was one if the attendants in the wedding of Miss Hortense Tel lespen to Joe Kelly Butler which was solemnized in tinChurch of Our Redeemer Sunday afternoon According to the Houston papers the wedding was a beautiful one and Miss Schreiner was lovely in her dress of petal pink starched chiffon over taffeta made in the directorie style wore a hat of delphinium blue btraw with pink velvet streamers and carried a boquet of pink gladioluses and blue delphinium s ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Miss Lucille Plumb entertained with an informal luncheon Monday m the quarters of her parents Dr and Mrs D H Plumb at Legion honoring Jane Me Williams of Austin Miss Betty McWilliams of Kerrviue and Miases Helen Hayaa fcjda and Yuriko Hiramato of the Hawaiian Ittenfe The faowett assisted in eo by her mother and the ia tta home for the occasion with dainty bouquets of ranunculas daisies gypsophelia and statice attractive ly placed about the rooms The tea table was laid with Irish lace and had for its centerpiece an opalesc ent bowl of the dainty flowers flanked by white princess tapers Delicious orange punch and cakes were served to about 100 guests who were limited to the members of the club and a number of friends in the city The honorees assisted Miss Yates in receiving and wore at tractive dinner dresses which en hanced their fresh young beauty The young ladies are Misses Nelle Lowery Fern Leinwcber Azalie Sherman Luc Rolex Replica ille Burrus June Grant Florence Evcrtson Ida Rose Dietort Eloise Weid LaVinnia Kennedy Billie Mcrritt Ammic Rose Hollar and Mary Lee Skaggs 0 PARTIES AT HEIMANN HOME The home of Mr and Mrs Louis Heimann on Hayes Street was the scene of two delightful parties last week The first of these happy oc casions was Wednesday afternoon of last week when Mrs Heimann was hostess to the Gingham Bridge flub Larkspur and other garden flowers were used to arrange the home for the occasion and Mrs M V Stephens was awarded the club prize with Mrs James Priour receiving the second high score prize The guests trophy went to Mrs Ernest Meeker Delicious ice cream and cake Me served to Mesdames L M Guthrie N La Rue Dickey F D Sheffield Stephens C Y Guthrie Al Mathis Jo Rolex Replica hn Heimann Rudolph Stehling Swearingen Ruby Woody Henry Priour Joe Clouse Ed Swearingen and Meeker The second of the series of af fairs was a 42 party Saturday evening when the occasion was Mr Hermanns birthday anniversary Mrs Ruby Woody and C Y Guth rie were awarded high score prizes while second high scores were held by Mrs Joe Clouse and L M Guth rie Dainty refreshments were serv ed to Messrs and Mesdames C M Guthrie Frank Sheffield John Heimann Joe Clouse Frank Fish er L M Guthrie Al Mathis E M Davis Dickey and Ed Swearingen and Mesdames Ruby Woody and Rudolph Stehling MRS H KIN EN aln Sim Kerrvllle Texas April 21 1938 faster By N S G i Mlllr A delectable salad course wa served to twelve guests in the Co fee Shop from a long table tha had for its centerpiece a bowl o varicolored snapdragons and larl spur MRS WELLS HOSTESS TO CLUB Mrs E C Wells was hostess ti members of the Wednesday Bridg Club last week in her home on Lytle Street Oldfashioned bou qucts of pink and red radianc roses decorated the rooms Tea aprons were given to Mr S J McMillan for high score priz and to Mrs S J Williams for thb consolatio naward A delicious salad course in attractive Easter motif was servcjl to ten guests i 0 0 SENIOR CLASS HAS PICNIC The Senior Class of Tivy Hig School observed Senior Day lasl Friday and after a class prograri held in the auditorium the mem bers went to the State Park for picnic lunch Here baseball anil other sports were enjoyed until th noon hour In the afternoon the group en joyed a theatre party through th ourtesy of the Rialto Theatre an later a picnic supper was serve in Westland Park The group o 54 seniors were accompanied b Mrs Rudolph Weiss and Davi Coleman teacher sponsors an Mrs W A Salter class mothei H A Moore and J E Swam superintendent and principal the high school enjoyed the picni lunch at the State Park with th group A COUNCIL HAS SPRING MEET The City Council of Paren Teacher Associations met Monda afternoon in the high school for annual spring meeting and Mrs J Fugler newly elected presiden was in charge of the meeting Mrs A B Burton of the Unit was named as chairman the program committee and will 1 in charge of the Founders Day at School of Instruction program T F Daniels principal of the Ker ville Elementary School will in charge of the work done for tl underprivileged children Mrs C Beddingfield will be the custoc I an of the Kate Franklin Museui j which will be housed in the ne I school building Mrs Kirk Hold i worth will be in charge of the pr The Easter Parade in Kerrville was really begun last Thursday when the students tame home for the holidays and the Schreiner Cadets paraded the highway hop ing for rides The Langs had a bunch of visi tors three of them teachers in Austin schools but they did not look like teachers far from it and they blossomed with the best of the coeds The McWilliams sisters party at the Langs was really a swanky affair Dresses from the Hawaiian Islands are new in Texas and these were pretty no end Who should sway in tog ged in the newest clothes but Betty Wynne all matched in London gray and to be cosmopolitan wore accessories of French Burgundy Betty is president of the PanHel lenic in the University a senior and has had goodness knows how many honors in school She will work just for fun in the library at Legion this summer and off to Columbia for a course in Library Science next year Bright gal this Betty And this Ola Mae Peril who by theway does not come to Kerrville nearly enough was bedecked in the smartest of outfits and really hac to be introduced as folks thought she was a younger sister of Juani a Dibbrells which is a compli ment Ola Mae is also a senior in the University and will spend tb summer at the ranch You can understand why she was a Blue Bonnet Belle Tillie Real another of Kerr villes young intellectuals will graduate from the University in June with a swatch of As was dressed smartly in Navy blue Cousin Huldah wore a very atmo spheric dress blue moons tall palm trees and looked quite nifty Lucille Plumb pretty in faker back for the week end Think those boys like Kerrville or omething Cilton DeBellevue tome after winning honors in de iate at St Eds Maxine Rutledge also a secre ary at home This Erato Hopf rom Harper was popular and a ot of the girls were asking who 11A InstttoMw fw Mm Tim II maybe theres so many more of them Maybe theyre not so pretty after all maybe its Just person ality and the clothes that they wear Look over Nolle Lpwery Mary Margaret Morriss Ammie Rose Hollar Lucille Burns and Eloise grace Weld for sweetness and he might be Some of the younger matrons vieing with the irls in popularity Estelle Gall ott always lots of fun Lavene Hudson a good dancer as well as Prances Adkins and Marguerite Hoggett Marjorie Odem a cute trick from high school making her deb Rolex Replica ut at the grownup party Janie Sarrett looking lovely and loads of fun soft grays and blues and Court ney Sicker smart as Fifth Ave nue in a Navy suit with a full length coat Courtney is cer Heinen of Comfort a senior in the school of j business administration at Texas University has been elected a i member of Beta Gamma Sigma National honorary scholastic busi ness administration fraternity Miss Heinen is president of Grace Hall Episcopal dormitory for girls and is a member of the Girls Glee Club the University of San An tonii Club and fan and Gown Miss Ileinen spent her freshman iiihnmore years in Westmoor Und College now the University of Sun Antonio where she served as president of the student body and was active in club work She nresident of the senior class in Comfort High School and was graduated as valedictorian She is a frequent visitor in Kerrville and Cuntinuril on Imct has her many relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Will F Adams and siiuill son Paul will spend Friday in San Antonio FLOWERS Kerrville Greenhouses KUHLMANNS Phone 24 1315 Main Street CUT FLOWERS PLANTS AND FUNERAL DESIGNS Plover Seed tad Bolbe Meven Dettreted Aaywkere JEWELRY the perfect gift For The Graduate or The Wife WRIST WATCHES The kind that t dainty keeps good time LF 716 tainly a popular coed At the Lancers Dance all of the girls getting a nice but one of the busiest was the good looking Pearl Stephens of Mount Bellview who came over from school with Helen Cone Helen looked pretty but thats nothing new for the Blonde Helen Laura Patton had a gay time and was glad to see the homefolks again Laura had charge of the Pi Phi float which won the prize in the recent RoundUp parade in Austin She is busy with angles squares and whatnots in a course in Archi tecture Gene Ruse also a stu dent in the school of Architecture and is doing his fourth year of col ege work Althea Evers who will also graduate in June by the way we seem to have a bunch of seniors over there telling of doing prac ice teaching in the Austin schools and learning that boys and girls in school are not like the pupils in books Margaret Singleton as pretty as ever home from secre tarial school in Houston Hopes to be a secretary some day but eyes with dismay the records of stu dents who can type 60 words per minute Try out for a private sec retary Margaret Pat Braden looking better than ever at home from N T A and wanting to study law Other wouldbelawyers were Jimmie Yelvington from State who brought Pete Haywood from Can yon along Tom McPeake who wants to be an aviator Lake Rob ertson another Amaker in the University and his pretty sister Ruth who goes to high school in San Antonio Julius Leisering and his inevitable accomplice Bowman Lois Jo WeisSger reminds me always of Pretty is as pretty and shes always pretty Pretty girls seen on the Sun day morning stroll were Hazel Sub lett Thetis Twombly Mary Louise Auld Cornelia Fawcett Mabel Lea sing Gloria Randolph Dorothy Bynum Billie Merritt Nelle Low ery Gloria Gibson Sara Beth Neely Bessie George Cooper Mary Ellen Kuhlmann Billy Vann Eloise Eldridge Loretta Stehling and gracious goodness how many more Cute trick this little redhaired Maxine McClung L T Davis home from S M and looking like a full page ad from a haberdashery with him came Roy Holbrook who points with pride to three passing grades Jeanne Wilkerson that good look ing girl with plenty of brains also home from S M U By the way Jeanne this little sister Corinne is pretty too The Dryden sisters from San Antonio all of them graduates from Our Lady of the Lake all sweet but their names always confuse me Martha Harwood wins all of the honors and takes all of the responsibilities given her She is assistant to Miss Lockett in Littlefield Hall in Aus tin a Pi Phi an Orange Jacket and an allround student Martha brought a house party with her Joe Delaney busy with the bot tom of the chemical engineering profession up from Baytown for a few days stay Some of the old girls best move along pretty fast for a lovelier group of young ones has never been seen hereabouts that the group at the tea given for the HomeEc girls at Miss Yates home Saturday afternoon Some of those senior girls who assisted Miss Yates had lots of poise and were extremely gracious as well as dignified I believe the CHILDREN ENJOY EGG HUNTS A number of the churches of the city sponsored Easter Egg hunts for the children in the primary de partments of the Sunday Schools The Lutheran Church lawn was the scene of the party for that church The affair was held Saturday afternoon with the teachers in the departments in charge In the Methodist Church the pri mary children enjoyed a party on the lawn of the manse with Mrs J R Hilliard in charge The Inter mediate group were entertained Saturday on the church lawn with Miss Laura Mae Oehler and Mrs Stella Noll in charge The Begin ners were entertained on the lawn At the home of Mrs daft er on Jefferson Street fn the Presbyterian Chtittsh tto Beginners were entertained in tfie home of Mr and Mrs Phillip Hoi ley on the Harper Road with Mrs E G Wells superintendent aafctst ed by Mesdames Earl Stlefel F Adams and W P Grisham And Aydene Auld as hostesses The Juniors met at the manse with Mrs Paul Van Dyke their sponsor in charge Members of Circle Four of the Auxiliary served refresh ments Mrs A W Malin entertain ed the Intermediates in her home at the State Park with Mrs A McJimsey as assisting hostess Garland H Lang was a business visitor in Austin Wednesday David H Carson Eye Ear Nose and Throat GLASSES FITTED a nt to 5 p m Office Secor Hospital Juniors are the prettiest however Personal Service Stylist KERRVILLE TEXAS Batiste and Matching Power elastic in a that slims and SLIMS Plain smooth batiste has Power elastic batiste back and side panels Lace forms the top half of the uplift bust The Waistline straps pull diagonally to concave the waist Model 2466 v V S Pat Pol Nt MRS H WEISS Florist Cut Flowers Pot Plants and Flora Work Promptness and Efficiency FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED EVERYWHERE 917 Water Street The Sweetheart DIAMOND RINGS ue White Diamonds properly cut ough Street CHREINER CASH FOOD STORE SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Meat Department FULL CREAM CHEESE Lb HAM New England Smoked Lb BOLOGNA Lb COTTAGE CHEESE Lb CENTER SLICES OF HAM Each Fresh Meats 20c 30c lie 15c 17c PORK SAUSAGE Lb 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