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t»AGE FOUM-tHE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Thursday, February 12, 1947. <Din! 4343 Aval<mc'He-J6urrtdl Off/etc By Margaret Turner fTUVO ERRORS are not allo\ved J- ir. war—Roman saying. « * * \ ABHAHAM LINCOLN rpODAY, birthday of that great ,J- American, Abraham Lincoln, i?e would write a bit in his memory but so much Lincoliana is on the book shelves what new is there to r,ay? Varied Interests Reflected In Club Programs, Socials Wedn Idalou Civic Club Has Discussion TDALOU, Feb. 11. (Special) — "Crossroads of America 1 ' were given in th<» form of a original poem at a meeting of the Idalou Civic and Culture club with Mrs. H. M. Lowi Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. N. G. Kelly discussed "Panama, One of the Greatest Rferk "Skid on^Tne^mD r^'ance ' Goners class luncheon in the ac- of the Canal to Latin America" J tivities center. Decorations carried and Mrs. J. T. Carlton gave 'The \ ollt a Valentin* motif. Book Review Feature For Gleaners Class Varied interests were reflected in club programs and socials Wednesday afternoon. ©• Today's Events *.. Mrs. PattiHo Reviews Mrs. R. E. PattiUo reviewed "A Lantern in Ker Hand" (Bess Stroct- Aldrich) at the First Baptist 'C These are the closing paragraphs in a tribute written by Robert Lincoln O'Brien: I- "We Americans take as the supreme example of what we mean by our great experiment of democracy, the life of Abraham Lincoln. His gaunt figure stands before us, his outstretched arm pointing to the straighter and "simpler path of righteousness. "He became president of the United States but {hat • affords small clue to his real distinction. Few Americans ever refer to him as 'President Lincoln.' In the ;diom of our people, he is Abraham Lincoln, called by the name ftis mother gave Him in the wilderness gloom. To that name of her choosing no titles that the vain world knows could add any.- thirig of honor or distinction. And today, from the Atlantic to the Pacific seas, and in places under distant skies, children will recite in their, schools his words, men will gather about banquet boards to refresh their ideals by hearing anew some phase of his. wonderful story. "Our nation without some without millions of its people^ without. masses of its hoarded wealth, but it would be poor indeed were it to wake up on this morning of the 20th century without the memory of Abraham Lincoln—one of the really priceless possessions of the republic." * * * IN THE MAIL D EAR MISS TURNER: I have a little cream colored Persian kitty that I am anxious to iind a good home for. I live at 2428 Thirtieth street. Thank you for any help you can give me. Carolyn Collier. * * * COOPERATIVE GROUP . A READER called Wednesday to •"- report women of her neighborhood bank their pennies and Goal of Ihe American Nation." A Valentine motif was carried out in refreshments served te Mrs. W. W. Manning, a guest, and Mesdames L. K. Kinsey, J. O. Barnhart, R. A. Boyd, E. W. Becknell, Carlton, B. Guess, W. J. Grimes, Kelley, Marks and V. S. Harrington. could get along of its territory, Enlisted Men Guests At Dance Tuesday As a courtesy to several enlisted men from the Lubbock air base, the Ingleside-Sorosis club gave a dance -at Billy Nation's studio, 1303 Thirteenth street, Tuesday night. A business meeting preceded the dance at which Miss Mary Louise Revier acted as hostess. Other club members present were Misses Mary Ellen Madden, Marion Rogers, Loena McPhaul, Irene Terrill, Kathlene Noel}, Mary Moore, Georgia Knight,' Geraldine Terrell, Mahota Gephart, Melba Riek, Marcella Ware, Mary Anna Wood, Gladys Ruth Parnell, Mrs. Dan Lalbh and Miss Marion Legge was a guest-' Their guests were enlisted men Clifford Mann, . Stanley Horton, John Lowrv, Connie Pohl,- Jack Roth, Billev Stschcn, Raymond Fox, Floyd" Hale, Leon Unkart, Ken Rupert, John Keller, Lewis Kucera, Hank Degin, John Bowers, Tony Egizie and Russell Benneck. • - . . . . . . Junior 8iin;h!ne Child Study club. 3 p. m., M«Jdam«s Heston Havens und Marvin Porr hostesses Hi 2313 34lh St. Amlcila c!ub. 7:30 p. m., Mrs. J. D. Strickland. 2605 2«th St.: Valentine party. Les Hu!t Amies club. 2:3& p. m . Alls. C. B. Lawrence. 3124 21nd St. 9 to com- Members present were Mesdames W. L. Sfangel, Bert Pinson, H. L. Allen, J. L. Holt, Vf. B. Irvin Douglas Watt, Milton C. Butler, John V. Powers, .t'ohn Porter, G. H. Nelson, living Jones, Bryan McDonald. W. F. Graham, L. E. Boren, F. B. Malone, H. G. Whvt- more, A. T. Cocanougher, C. E. Hereford, Eula Draper, M. L. Penn, George Dale. T. C. Ingram, J. W. Alexander, G. R. Kennedy, Morley Jennings and John Spikes. Lubbock Business and Professional women'met at Hotel Lubbock at 12 o'clock for a luncheon. Members present were Misses Elizabeth Barnes, Katharine Walls, Clara Pratt, Mona Keeter, Billie Bohannan, Una Allcorn. Ann Kelly, Ella Mae Butler, Maud Dee Skeen, Lucille Coltharp, Lucile Robinson, Elsie V. Link and Mary Hogan. Mesdames Floe Swenson, H. C. Lewis, R. J. Watson, James A. Keenum, Ben F. Maxey, O. E. Turner, Vera H. Chapman, Mabel Chapman, Lucille B. Sampson, Ruby ^Stewart, Letha Massie, Willie W. Thomas, Bernice'Hays, Lottie Hilton, Lottie Wylie, Fred Higbee, Henrietta Miller, Aetna Christie.and Kathry L. Cook. Guests'were Miss Carolyn Dixon of Crosbyton, Miss Kate Adele Hill of'College Station and past president of the Texas Federation of B and-.PW. clubs, and Mesdames L. G. Davis and Walter Ford of Lubbock. Allegro Club For a program on Stephen Fos- Si. John's Methodist W. 8. C. S , 11 «. m.. S'.nger Sfwlnf Machine pany. Red Cross tewing. First Maptlit Euztllan e'.aii, 1J:4S p. m., activities center, luncbenn. Rebeiah lodge, B p. m., IOOF hall. Sanders P-TA, 3 p. m., school. Htfh school ?-TA, 3:1S (t. m., R. B'«n P-TA, 3-10 p. m., Junior school. Grorge schoo!. Pythian Sister Temple, 7:30 p. m., K-P hall. Homeballiers club, 3 p. m., Mrf. T. A. Mcllroy, 1912 Texas Ait. Betsy Ross Needle cjun, 3 p. m, Mr«. Watson Wilson, 2015 3th St. Recreation Council Appoints Committee For the purpose ot approving all applicants for entertainments in honor of enlisted men at the Lubbock air base, a co-ed committee was formed at a meeting of the Lubbock Defense Recreation council Wednesday a:l the Chamber of Commerce. This committee will meet this morning at 10 o'clock in the home of Mrs. J. Hc=pei- Stiles, 202 Twenty-second street, for the selection of a name and for the formation of iuture plans. Composing the committee are Mrs. Stiles, chairman, and Mes- d?mes Daniel S. Campbell, Olen Key, George S. Berry, Ardelle Scales, and Misses Mayme Twyford, Margaret Baskin and Mararet Turner. Brief Bits Of Local News Kntre Jenklnj, Se club. 2:30 3911 23rrt St. m., Mrs. Btn Thursdfiy Bridge club, 3.30 p. m., Mrs. W. D. Q'B::-n. 2?!>3 21st S!. Six and Six club. 3 p. m., Mrs. licbert* Do-jghtlc, 23!i S6th 6t. Home Nursing course, sponsored by Dypr»> P-TA: 9 a. m.. Asbury Methodist fellowship hall. Mrs. A. D. Leonard, Instructor. First Aid course, sponsored by Dupre P-TA: 7 p. m., School: Cyril Batton.'instructor. Red Cross First Aid course. 3 to * p. m.. sponsored-by Junior High school P-TA; rooms !07 and 209; Mesdimes C. E. Roberts and Isabel Garrison, Instructors. Red Cross First AJd course. 3 t& 5 p. ra.. sponsored by Senior High school P-TA; room 110, school; Miss Ka.thleen Ingram." Instructor. OES Study club. ":30 p. m., Mrs. John Portwood. 2111 22nd St.. all OES members interested in receiving A or B certificates invited to attend. together and purchase and vegetable garden Progressive Union To Have Valentine Party The Progressive Baptist Training union will attend a' Valentine social Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock in the activities center. Energetic club. 3 p. Brown, 2525 22nd St. IS 11 Needle- club. 3 p. Wilkinson,' 1201 17th St. m., Mrs. Creeic «.. Miss Delia dimes flower _ seeds in bulk. The seeds are divided and in buying by the group method the women- have discovered they can buy finer seed and get more at the same time. And other hints along the line of economic discoveries will be appreciated and reported through The Woman's Angle. Let us hear what you and yours are doing * * • ANTIMACASSARS mHOSE filmy little crocheted - 1 - and knitted doo-dads on the headrests and arms of upholstered chairs, got their name back in the 19th century from the same Ma- cassar Strait which is back in the news today as the scene of a major naval engagement in the Far East Back in the distant days, Ma- cassar made news on the home front when housewives went on the warpath against the use of hsir lotions used by dandies for smoothing their The hair oil came from whales and seamen found the best whales for that Strait. -Am&ricsn women developed the snti-macassar (get it?),' little pieces of lace, embroidery, or colored^ cloth to protect their home furnishings. began demanding oil again a few years ago. That's probably why you'll see many people crocheting anti-ma- cassars this year as a smart spruce-up stunt after spring cleaning. » » * MIHD YOUR MANNERS rpEST your knowledge of correct J- social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. When you take' out a package of cigarets should you offer them to your companions before taking one yourself? 2. When a husband and wife are entertaining dinner guests, Is the serving of drinks his responsibility? 3. If a husband takes his wife to a dance is it his responsibility to see that she always has a partner? .4. When a married couple entertain a bachelor should he return the hospitality by taking the husband to lunch or by entertaining both the husband and wife? 5. Should a bachelor feel it as important for him to return hospitality as for those who are married to do so? ajid ladies coiffures. purpose in Macassar What would you do if— You are toastmaster at a din- ter's folk songs, the Allegro club met as guest in the home of Mrs. Raymond Marshall, 2505. Twenty- first street. The Valentine theme was carried put. Red sweetpeas were used in an antique silver flower bowl. Valentine cookies and a salad plate were served Miss Ruth Dupree was program director for the., presentation o£ the following numbers: "His Name So Sweet" (arranged by . Hall Johnson), "Go-Down Moses" (arranged by H. T. Burleigh), Miss Nell McWeely, accompanied by Mrs. Elois Elliott. "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming" (Foster), Mrs. -Herchel Maxey, accompanied by Mrs. Marlin R. Smith, jr.; "My Old Kentucky Home" (Foster), Mesdames R. B. Parkinson, Elliott and Marshall. "Hymn to the Sun" (arranged by Carlos Tryor), "Festive Sun Dance of the Zunis" (arranged by Carlos Tryor), Miss Margaret Prewitt, accompanied by Mrs. R. C. Douglas, jr.; "Water. Boy" (arranged by Averv Robinson). "Who- Knows" (Ernest Ball), McNeil Price. The closing number was "Deep River" sung by the club chorus. About 22 members attended. Mrs. Glenn Harris became a member of the Colonial Needle club at the meeting with Mrs. R. D. Harris, 1801 Twentieth street. Mrs. M. H. Kinard was a visitor. Others attending were Mesdames W. J. Baker. A. L. Curtis, B. F. Foster, Bryan Landers. W. V. Lewis, Ellis Martin, 'A. H. Pruett, 1941 Niedlr club, J:1S p. m., Mrs. Iv»n Flynn, 1903-B 24lh St. Church To Organize Wesleyan Guild Asbury Methodist church wil organize a Wesleyan Service Guil at a charter meeting and buffe supper Friday night at 7:30 o'cloc in the home of Mrs. Ted Vernon 2315 Thirtieenth street. Mrs. Ver non is president of the Asburj Woman's Society of Christian Ser vice. Officers will be elected at th initial.meeting of the Guild. Mr J. E. "Walter will be sponsor. Mesdames' W. E. Peterson and Walter will be assistant hostess for the supper. All working women and girls are invited to attend the business meeting, Mrs. Vernon has stated. hi Upsilon Omicron •las Founders Dinner Active, alumnae and honorary nembers of the Tech Omega hapter of Phi Upsilon_ Omicron national home economics fraternity attended a traditional Foun- lers Day dinner Tuesday at 6 o'clock at the Mexican Inn. Phi Upsilon Omicron fraternity vas founded 33 years ago at the University of Minnesota and at sresent there are 29 national chap- ers. The Omega chapter, founded at Tech college in 1938, is the irst chapter in Texas and AJpha Alpha chapter is located at Denon. Miss Helen Walker, toastmist- •ess, introduced alumnae members. Miss Ruth Cowan, chapter Dresident, read a letter of greet- ng from the national president. Miss Camille Graves gave a history of the organization and the dinner was closed with singing of the fraternity song. In White And Yellow Miss Mildred Hankins was in charge of decorations. The table was centered with forsythja and white candles • and individual birthday cakes iced in white and bearing yellow candles were plate favors. Members attending were Misses Cowan, Ouida Johnston, Laurissa Bratton, Drucilla Smith, Jean Spencer, Beatrice Heatley, Ruth Marie Payne, Walker. Erlene Dowell, Rbzelle King. Claudia Reinhold, . Marjorie Oliver, Pauline Frey, Marion Turner, Hankins, Helen Foote, Florence May, Nina Wright, Marjoray Ridley, Mary Frances Cofrey, Miriam Meading and Graves. Alumnae members attending were Misses Annie Mae Curtis. Use Wolf and Lila Allred and Mesdames Roe Bavousett, E. L. Motion pictures oJ Camp W;jlde- mar at Hunt, Texas, \fclll be shown at 8 o'clock tonight by Mrs. Talbot Williams of Tyler, camp representative, in the Chimayo room of Hilton hotel. Mrs. Pearl Williams of Levelland highway, local representative, said mothers and daughters were invited to attend the meeting. A dinner will precede at 7 o'clock. Phillip Smith, 40, a ngro, was arrested Wednesday by shcrifi's deputies near Acuff to face a burg- lavly charge. Will Nobie, another negro, signed a complaint charging Smith entered his house and took property belonging to him. J. T. Inmon, in whose justice court the complaint was filed, set bond of $500. A jury of Hoy Stennett, W. E. White, D. M. Summers, E. R. Little, H. S. Moss and L. F. Hudgins adjudged Mattie Wright, a negro woman, innocent of a charge of establishing a lottery.and permitting use of a gambling device on her property Wednesday in county court. Hudgins was foreman. Several negroes were arrested several nights ago by police in a residence occupied by the Wright woman. Mr. and Mrs. Perry McCallister of Meadow route 1 are parents of a 7-pound 7-ounce daughter born in St. Mary's hospital at 6:50 o'clock AVednesday morning. The father is a farmer. A son weighing 7 pounds 3 ounces was born at 3:10 o'clock Wednesday morning in West Texas hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams of 2514 Twenty-fifth street. George, department hea<i, said mechanism in the magnetometer house had suffered. It is used for measuring magnetic disturbances in Vne earth, experimentally for prediction of weather conditions. The damages action of Mrs. Irene Barton and minor son, Ronald D. Barton, against Paul Shcr- rod war> ended Wednesday in agreed judgment whereby plaintiffs received $255. Mrs. Barton sued as outgrowth of the death of her husband, who was in a truck owned by Sherrod Jan. 3 when it overturned in Hale county. Action was in 99th district cou~t. A. N. Jackson of ChiHicolh* Js still "quite ill" at the home of his son, J. B. Jackson of 2404 Twenty- ninth street, although he has been somewhat improved the past day or two, relatives said. He is suffering from heart ailment. Mr. Jackson is the father of District Attorney Hoy D. Jack?on of El Paso and of Mrs. Helen Sone, missionary to China 20 years and now connected with Chicago university. Lions directors at a regular meeting Wednesday noon is Hilton hotel, discussed several projects which are to be presented to the club as a whole for consideration and action, Dr. Marshal LADS Will Complete Organization The LAD, recently formed organization with the purpose ot aiding with recreational activities /6i- men stationed at the Lubbock air base, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in Fellowship hall of the First Presbyterian church. Mrs. Ardelle Scales, chairman, has announced that all flirls over 17 years of age who can qualify, for membership by furnishing references lor entertainments are invited to attend the meeting. Presidents o£ all organizations are welcome. Tho defense service club will complete its organisation at the mesting. Valentine Social Is For Junior Union Junior Baptist Young Peopled Union of the Central Baptist church entertained with a Valentine party Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the activities center. Refreshments of a cold drink, cookies and Valentine favors were served. Valentines were exchanged. Those present were Wanda Faye McGouirk, LaWanda Dean, Viola Irene Ward, Alene Graves, LaTreH Johnson, Marie Phillips, Vada Grizzle, Bettye Raye Burrus, and a visitor, Laquita Doolcy and Harvey, secretary, said after the Jesdames W. B. Lamb and W. R. meeting. )ean. .Heed, Floy Sides, Katherine Miller and Dale Buckner. Miss Mabel D. Envin was honorary member attending. Mr. and Mis. Irving Lazeies of 1915 Seventeenth street are parents of a son weighing 7 pounds 8 ounces born in West Texas hospital at 2:10 o'clock Wednesday morning, Lazeres is agent for an insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Norman of Lubbock route 3 are parents of a son weighing 7 pounds 3 1-2 ounces bom in Lubbock General hospital at 7:50 o'clock Wednesday morning. l Dr. Clifford B. Jones, president ot Texas Technological college, was back at his desk Wednesday after attendance of a meeting of Texas Cotton Research and "Use committee in Austin. Tech was granted $30,200 at the meeting, to further ^studies in spinning techniques. The physics department of Texas Technological college is repairing equipment smashed last weekend by vandals, who entered a small storage room. Dr. E. F. ance by the approximately 320 farmers in Lubbock county who have an acreage allotment is expected to start next week, according to Walter Y. Wells, administrator of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Five or six crews of two men each will be secured to mea'surc the acreage to see if producers have complied with their allotment Harold Leon Haslam of.Pampa, for three years a student, at Texas Technological college, was one of eight Texas .youths who were ordered to report to Dallas for transfer to a naval air station giving advanced flying instruction. He joined the naval air corps lasl August, and recently completed a course at. Grand Prairie, near Dallas. Ralph Clifford Havenhill of Early in the 20th century a"ti- rnacarras lost popularity when Macassar oil went out, and didn't make a comeback until hair styles (a) Thank each speaker after he finishes his talk, and before introducing the next speaker? (b) Wait until the end ot the program and thank all the speakers? Answers 1. Yes, unless you never smoke. 2. Yes. 3. Yes. 4. By entertaining both the husband and wife. 5. Yes. Better "What Would You Do" solution—(a). kno\v they C. D. Puckett, G L. Button and Jeff Graham. Mrs. Landers will be hostess at her home, 1810 -Ninth street, Feb. 25. Guests Attend Mesdames John Beran L. A. DEFENSE fttT Storrs, R. T. Bertram and C. P. Cox were guests at the 1936 forty- two club meeting with Mrs. W. E. Watson, 2109 Main street. Members present were Mes- damns S. B. Hay, John L. Vaughan, B. A. Maddox, C. N. Kennon, R. D. Cole, Pearl Sampson and Florence Sanderson. Mrs. Cole, 2323 Thirteenth street, will entertain for the club Feb. 25. Mrs. Ralph Moore, 1618 Nineteenth street, was hostess for the Loyal Sisters Needle club meeting. Those attending were Mesdames W. G. Lofland, John Morrison, J. R. Potts. Bruce Hendrickson, W. H. Trice, D. A. Atkins. Roscoe Webster, D. A. Davis and B. E. Nocll. Mrs. Morrison will be hostess Feb. 25. Mrs. Tom Pendergraft was leader of a program on "Nineteenth Richardson-Wilson Rites Are Read In Church Study. Announcement is being made of the marriage of Miss Nomra Jean Wilson, daughter of Mrs. Lorena Wilson of 1912 Avenue L, and J. Ralph Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manse' Richardson of 3617 Avenue W. The ceremony was read Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the study of the 'First Methodist church with Rev. H. I. Robinson officiating with a single ring ceremony. The bride wore an aqua and black crepe dress with beige accessories. She was attended by her mother. Both Mr. and Mrs. Richardson are graduates of Lubbock High school. She is a former student at Texas Technological college. They are at home at 1912 Avenue L. FOUND IN STYUSH FOOT REST SHOES AmimngF'iar-Six>t Comfort features support tbe foot and cushion it againrt tho ibockf of -vralkin^. Protect your feet -sritb Foot Re»t comfort and cjnalitr. IT'S COMING! Now You Can Lecrn W2 Facts.. OUST to DUST Be Sure You Wrtne55 It/* MOW. - TUES. - WED. - THURS PALACE THEATRE Shallowater H-DClub Will Have Meet Today The Shallowater Home Demonstration club will meet today with Mrs. B. T. Ruckcr at 2 o'clock. The club president, Mrs. A. F. Reese, has announced that all interested are invited to attend. Southwest Ward Club Meets In Allen Home The Southwest Ward Home Demonstration club opened its meeting Tuesday afternoon with the singing of several songs. Mrs. C. B.' Allen was hostess. The county home demonstration agent, Miss Clara Pratt, told the group that first of all, one needs to know why pruning is necessary. The simpliest form of pruning is keeping broken, diseased, or dead_ growth cut out, she explained. "This useless growth is sapping the life of the plant and should be cut away when | found," Miss Pratt stated. Mrs. E. A. Johnston spoke on "The Woman of Flowers." Mrs. W. P. Smith was enrolled as a new member. Mrs. J. H. Hotto and Miss Ruby Frances Corcorran were visitors. Members present were Mesdames R. O. Cocorran. R. L. Patman, W: M. Hall, J. H. Aufill, E. A. Johnston, Paul Judah, T. E. McGee, Bert Elam. W. M. Gaston, A. A. Nipper, Doyle Oswalt, Mike Fry, and C. E. Oswalt. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bryon Beck Feb. 24. Abernathy, was also, list. among the George Bean P-TA To Have Program Today Members of the George R. Bean Parent-Teacher association will meet this afternoon at 3:10 o'clock at the school for the following program: Numbers by pupils from Mrs. William O. McLeod's room; talk, "Family and Community Health," Miss Johne Bowles of the home economics faculty at Texas Technological college; song, Miss Mahota Gephart, accompanied by T. J. Teter; accordion selections, Peggy McClatchy. Ralph Brock, Lubbock county attorney, lias accepted an invita tion to spea^c at the fifth annua Father-Son banquet tonight in Matador sponsored by the Lions club there. • Major Walter W. McCollom chairman of the army aviation cadet examining board in connec tion with the district recruiting of fice, will speak, today at rioon be .fore the Slaton.Rotary club'on th part China has in the-war pro gram. WOMEN, GIRLS 2-Way Relief! Miss Jane Ann Floyd ledges Sorority Announcement has been received that Miss Jane Ann Floyd Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tloyd. 3901 Twenty-first street, las pledged Kappa Alpha Theta sorority at the University of Texas, Austin. She is a junior student. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! FOR TONIGHT SAY fo colds' miseries Leave them behind —slip away from achey muscles and stuffy burny nose and throat, into sleep. Rub throat nnd chest with Penetro as directed: Penetro does 'double-relief duty. You feel it work inside ajid outside. And it starts almost instantly. Inside, soothing, cooling vapors sweep into breath passages—break up mucous congestion. Outside, it comforts by counter-irritation. ... Always demand Penetro. 25c, double supply 35c. _ A( JT I Century Sculpture and Painting" at the Delphian society meeting in the Hilton hotel. The program fol- Mrs. B. E. Needles, "Sculptural and Pictural Values in Art"; Mrs. T. J. George, "Developments in Rodin's Art"; Mrs. Russell Hardin, "Modern European Art" and Mrs. Charles Ross, "Religion and Art." Mrs. George will be leader for the program Feb. 25. HOMEBUILDEHS Mrs. T. A. Mcllroy, 1912 Texas avenue, will entertain for members of the Homebuilders club at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Modern facts and a 61-year record of popularity invite your confidence in CARDUI. By its use, thousands of undernourished women have been helped in two important ways". Taken as a tonic by directions, it usually stimulates appetite and increases the flow of gastric juice. That's probably the reason for the improved strength and energy and the relief of periodic functional distress of so many users.. Another way such functional distress is relieved for many is by taking CARDUI as directed, starting three days before ''the time " Why not try CARDUI? Adv. Check Itching First Application Agonizing Itching of u;lj: eczem*, Rash rette-i-. 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