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PAGE TWO—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Saturday, February 14, 1942 lal 4343 For The AYnlancfie-Journal Offices By Margaret Turner X7ALENTINE for one and all as *V \vritten by Dorothy Ames Carter, editor of the Cook's Ifook, and presented for you to read and throw away. Wckard Valentine: j. Roses are red, vi'.'.ets are blue. Sugar is sweet but getting few. Lawyer's Valentine: .Roses are red. vi'lets are blue. Any heartbreakers you want to ub-Ettes, LADS Organize To Plan Recreation For Men At Air'Base sue? • Treasury 0ept. Valentine: • Roses are red, vi'lets arc> blue. Come March 15th that stuff is dua! -, Collector's Valentine: Roses are red, vilet's are blue c Kindly remit, your account's past due. OPM Valentine: Roses are red, vi'lets are blue. In lieu. We could go on like this indefi-' nitely but the question is would you stay with us? * * * 'i HOW IT BEGAN i' A S mysterious and uncertain as ?j\ love itself is the origin of St. ^Valentine's day. ? Strange as it may seem, its his- -tory has spring from two unrelated sources—an ancient Roman (festival and the execution of "Bishop Valentine who died a mar- -tyr on February 14, approximately ,270 A. D, *" The pagan festival, once celebrated by the Romans each year fon Feb. 15, was held as a tribute *to their god of fertility. One of the Jhappiest events of that day was 4a sweetheart raffle—a custom by Jwhich young men drew names of |maidens from a box, thereby de- tiding their love. « Later, when the church was con- 'ducting a crusade to end all forms tot paganism, it retained only the tpleasant events of that festival, "changing the date to Feb. 14, thus fhonoring St. Valentine by bestow- king upon him the immortal name the patron saint of lovers. s Established For Membership With the purpose established "to form units oi young women in the community who will participate in activities planned with the soldier perconnel at the Lubbock air base," the "Hub-Ettes" brigade was organized following the Lubbock Defense Recreation council meeting held in the Chamber of Commerce office this week. Supervisory group for the brigade will be the Co-ed committee, composed of Mrs. J. Hooper Stiles, chairman, Mrs. Olan Key, vice chairman, and Mesdaress Mary Doak, DaTiiel S. Campbell, George S. Berry, Ardelle Scales and Misses Margaret Turner, Mayrne Twyford and Margaret Baskin. To Supervise Functions This council will secure women and girls to carry on co-ed functions given in behalf of the soldiers. Such functions are to include regular activities at soldier centers such as dances and informal parties. Temporary plans are to have a dance Feb. 21. Personnel of the "Hub-Ettes" brigade will be the Leader, two Assistant Leaders, and as many Aides as required. This entire personnel will be under the super- i of the Coed committee of the Recreation council. Today's Events < .* Lubboclc Music club. 3 p. m., Mrs. J. B. Rhodes, 1717 23th El : Mesdsmei W. C. Wood. O. T. Williams and M. E. Waie and Misses Dimple Watson and Imcgene Webster, hostesses. Circle aeven of First Christian church. 3 to 5 p. -m.. Mrs. R. A. Ml!!», 2677 22:'.d St., silver tea. Las Chapanilas soc:a! club of Tech college. 9 to 12 p. m.. Hotel Lubbock. presentation dsr.ce. of Tech colife?. 3 to 6 p. m . Seaman hft.1. tea dance honoring 50 *u- llsted men from Lubbock air base. * So down through the years, Jthough Us origin has been ob- ascure, the purpose of Valentine's 'day still remains clear, it's a day ^nf gladness — a time when the sinost timid become bold, when plovers' quarrels are mended and ^when tokens are sent as evidence jof love. Party Is Courtesy To Mrs. V. Hyatt Honoring Mrs. Voris Myatt on her birthday, Mesdames Dewey McNeil and Jack Thompson entertained with a bridge-luncheon Thursday afternoon in the home of the former, 2410 Seventh street. Mrs. J. C. Hughes scored high and Mrs. J. M. Sickels scored second high in the games. Other guests were Mesdames Ira Owens, Harmon Holland, Foster Pressley and Matt Sullivan. Rules governing Hub-Ettes are as follows: 1. No girls under 18 years of age will be enlisted. 2. Hub-Ettes should arrive at the building in groups. 3. Hub-Ettes may not arrive at; or leave the function with men in uniform. No exceptions are made for relatives or friends. 4. No Hub-Ette may go on the dance floor without first reporting to her Aide. Her Aide and Assistant Leader are her official chaperons. a. Unless otherwise announced, Hub-Ettes wear short dresses. 6. No girl will be 'admitted unless properly enlisted with the Hub-Ettes. Girls tendered and accepting invitations from officers on the staff automatically become Hub-Ettes. 7. College girls must be returned to their dormitories. . Junior High School Girls Entertain Members of a Junior High school homemaking class taught by Mrs. J. C. Bateman, 2116 Fourteenth street, entertained with a party in her home Thursday afternoon. The social was an illustration of their project on simple home entertainments. Billie Fay Wages greeted guests at the door and Frances Peters presided at the guest book. Games were planned and directed by Patricia Naylor, Joyce Heald and Mary Hall. Refresh- j;T -»- IN THE MAIL Dear Woman's Angle: HATE to study history so I . wrote you this verse instead, *Lazy Freshman. *:The pearl of Pear Harbor * Is a valuable gem ^Three cheers lor MacArthur c And his ^ brave trusty men «To victory he'll lead us .*' We can't help but win. ^Through the task may be tedious f We'll all buckle in. '"We'll work through we're rushed f We'll all do our best i'Til the Axis is crushed. ? And the world is at rest. £plEAH LAZY FRESHMAN: Shame, shame, even if you not like to read history you ^should read current history 'in ^newspapers and know that Gen- j?eral MacArthnr, brave and great sas h"e is, was not at Pearl Hab- 4bor but in the Philippines. You'c Vpetter be studying history in col: now because soon enough you be. called on to help make it irThanks anyway, lor sending u &the poem, t . * •(• * I. A SOLDIER'S MAIL *T ETTERS from home still rank *•*-' SE the number on? thrill fo (.the soldier in the Army of th tUnited States, whether he is lly an American-made plane ove ^foreign frontiers or in a'militar; ?.camp in the homeland. f Uncle Sam believes the benefi Jbf letters written by the horn tfolks and addressed to the soldie Scanuot be over-valued. Short Ie1 |ters sent frequently are preferre jto long ones more widely spacec ?.The soldier likus to see his nam Jon an envelope whenever ihe ma seal! sounds. jf.. Cheerful news of friends, home 'matters of neighborhood interes *and amusing incidents of the fan ~tily circle, make the best conten' ?for such mail, the boys say. J Improper addressing is the mo •common cause .for -delay. Directions given by the soldier for his ^rnail should be followed in detail. ments were served by Estelle Thomas, Sarah Vessels, Lila May Primm and Martha Nell Bateman. Special guests were Misses EHa May Lyle, Louise Foster, Betty Jean Haffey, Lorene Ellison and Marie Yarbrough. Other class members were Helen Rogers, Pearlie Jean McCurry, Marie Phipps, Mary Beth Monroe, - Oma Allison and Eula Fay Akard. i: Officers Chosen A! Meeting Thursday Sixty-five young women of Lubbock were present for the organizational meeting of the LADS Thursday night from 8 to 10 o'clock in Fellowship hall of the First Presbyterian church. Officers were elected and plans made for entertaining enlisted men and cadets who will begin arriving soon at the Lubbock air base. Elected to office were: Miss Jane Woodruff, president; Miss Frances Snyder, vice president; Miss Eloile McLeod, secretary and Miss Kathryn Weaver, treasurer. In the absence of Mrs. Ardelle Scales, director of recreation for the seventh district, Texas Federation of Women's club and sponsor of the group, Mrs. Rem Thomson presided. She was assisted by Mesdames R. G. Porter and Marlin R. Smith, jr., who spoke briefly. Mrs. Scales was called out ol town Thursday afternoon. Opening social will be a dance [ March 14 at the Hilton hotel. One hundred girls and 200 soldiers wil be guests. One chaperone will be provided for each five girls. Mrs Smith intimated that probably the chaperone would be responsible for taking the girls to the ante and escorting them home. To Meet Semi-Monthly Next meeting of the organiza- ion will be held March 3 and regular session will be held the sec- nd and fourth Tuesday nighls f each month at 8 o'clock. Miss Snyder will be chairman f all committee work. Compos- ng the committees appointed hursday night were: dance committee, Miss Pauline Stafford, hairman, and Misses Julia Lair, eanette Howell and Mary Kath- ;rene Rice. Telephone, Miss Mary Evelyn 1340 On Your Dial KFYO Program Avalanch-a-Journal Station SATCHU4V. FEBRUARY' U 6:30 6:45 7;00 1:30 7:<5 •5:50 7:55 8:00 8:25 8:30 8:40 3-00 9: IS 9:30 9:45 0:50 10:00 10:15 10:30 v\rs. Goebel Honored /Vith Surprise Party Miss Vera Coin and Mrs. J. B. O'Connell were hostess at a sur- rise miscellaneous shower for VTrs. N. N. Goebel at the home of Irs. O'Connell, 2117 10th St., Thursday night. A valentine motif was carried out in both the decorations and refreshments. Mrs. O'Connell presided at the tea table which was decorated with red and white weetpeas in a silver bowl and vhite tapers in silver holders. Guests present were Mesdames A. D. Montgomery, Lewis Kittrell, G. 'S. Smith, Anne Music, J. W. Reid, V. H. Waddell, Buddy Horon, Winston Clark, Gilman Pratt, D'Connellj and Misses Goin, Elmire Cesson, Viola Dalton, and Carolyn ionea. Those not present but sending gifts were: Mesdames H. H. Newnan, Otis Taylor, jr., Barney Cockburn, Grady Wright, Harold VIedlock,*Hannah Brownrigg, Sam Parkinson, Ralph Moore, Jewel Wolaver, A. E. Herring, Bill Deathridge, Fred Graves, George Glatfelder, J. D. Yarbrough. Bonnie Honea, Carl Davis, T. E. Haley, Arthur Holley and Misses Nina Scifres, Loraine Hand. Mary Moore, Dorothy Sue and Joan Wolaver, Lily Barham, Blanche Zeeman and Estelle Payton. f-r">ir\\/ I t Wl 1 I <^l I t^J I t.v- • -» •— 1 t J *^ J Valentine Party Future Hometnakers of the third period homemaking class of Junior High school, under the guidance of Mrs. J. C. Bateman, had a Valentine party Thursday from to S o'clock in the home of Mrs E. E. Corcorran, 2107 Twenty-fifth street. Mary Evelyn Lacy directed games and D'Aun Corcorran, as sisted by Linda. Cannon, served refreshments. The Valentine rnoti was featured. June Agnew planned the place cards, candy cups and guest book Those attending were Mary Lou Foster, Wynelle Green, Lamoin Tune. Bertha Faye Pierce, Dar lene Buck, Geraldine Medlock and Miss Nina Wright, a special guest 10:45 11:00 11:15 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:10 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 8:30 4:ca 5:00. 5:30 6:00 6:15 ti:30 6:35 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:20 7:30 8:30 9:00 Clyde Lucas Orchestra. South Piains Bulletin Board. "Soldier Boy.s 1 Salute. Newscast i.TSN>. The World Today. Interlude. Sncop and Scoop. Charlie Harriett's Orchestra. Headline.?. Coffee Clu!/. Music ot Romance— Ray H»rbeck Guellermo Gale's Orchestra. What's Doing Around Lubbock. Wobl's Sophisticates. Better Vision Talk. Interlude. Newscast. Jungle Jim. U. S. Array Band. Your Organ Stylisl— Btrnie Howel .New;. iMBSi. John Kirby's Orchestra *uh Fou Belies. Afternoon Drug Store Coivboyi. Marvels of Vision. C. A. Rogers— Baritone. Newscast. Liar's Club. Luncheon Mu^ic. Jerry Star's Strings. University Life iMBS). Carolina Piaymakers (MBS). Horse Races iMBSi. Glen Gray's Casa Loma Orchestra cMBSl. Evening Handicap fMBS'. Glen Miller's Orchestra iMBSi. Anchors Awelgh IMB5>. Parade of the News (MBSl. Evonlnj Let's Tali Sports. Ray Noules Orchestra. Local News. Wont's Sophisticates. Movie Roundup. Newscast. t Movie Revue. Interlude. Chicago Theater of the Air (MBS! Del Courtney's Orchestra. Cedrlc Foster (MBSi. 3:15 •Amer:c:i Preferred iMBS). 9:45 Uncle Saci Entertains. 10:00 Basketball Games. 10:30 To Be Announced IMBS). 11:00 SIGN OFF. Another Stolen Car Recovered Car thieves plying their trade !n Lubbock continued -to get the worst of things Friday. Chief of Police Don Reeder received a telegram from Chicago police informing him a late model automobile stolen from Everett B. Miller of 1631-A'Ninth street had been recovered in the Illinois city. He said two men were arrested in possession of the car and had Newspapers Without Comics And Other Features Seen If Newsprint Is Rationed HOUSTON, Feb. 13 OT— Specu- it would be well for us to begin been turned over to Federal reau of Investigation agents. Bu- lation on the possibility of skele- tonized newspapers without comics or other similar features, if newsprint and other publishing materials should be rationed di-asiically, were indulged in today at the an- nula meeting of the Texas Newspaper Publishers association here. By agreement of the publishers. President Frank W. Mayborn said he would appoint a traffic committee to seek a material adjust- The car apparently was in good ™ent °£ I'ail 1-ates into "Texas by go .anywhere for shape. " I'll be glad conversation when informed car had been found. Boy Is the number of stolen machines regained for their owners in three days. Others weve fcftind in Wichita Falls and Tatum, N. M. Reeder said he had been unable to learn whereabouts of Suetier Beal, negro woman, whose car was found at Tatum Tuesday. Two "uveniles were given reform school sentences Friday for theft of ah luto belonging to L. E. Grimes Motor company. Police said Mrs. E. R. Reese of 2422 Fourth street had reported theft at Junior High school of a S75 garnet ring _set with diamonds. A machinaw was stolen from A. D. Comer of 2602 Avenue H. Parents of a 14-year-old runaway boy asked police to assist in finding the boy. He is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 110 pounds. He was believed to have gone fo Amarillo. the Interstate Commerce commission If water-borne traffic should be interrupted by war conditions, the ' "Whether the I. C. C. makes an I adjustment will mean the difference between many newspapers' thinking and planning ahead in view of the possibilities. Others suggested that the newspapers should begin to prepare heir subscribers fo>: possible dras- ,ic cut in the size of their newspapers, but J. M. Moroncy, vice ^resident and secretary of the Dallas News, doubted the wisdom of leading the'people to expect such cuts until it becomes certain that they are necessary. Saturday's session will hear an address on "censorship" by Charles P. Manship ot the Baton Rouge, La., Advocate and States-Times, and president of the Southern Newspaper association, and one on "Development in New Printing Methods," by W. E. Hussman of the Texarkana Gazette. ' president of the Houston Post, Mrs. J. W.Walker Is Speaker At Banquet MATADOR, Tex., Feb. 13. (Special) Mrs. J. W. Walker of Plainview, state president of Texas Federation of Women's Clubs will be principal speaker at the fifth annual Mother-Daughter banquet hece this evening. The Matador Child Welfare Association has spor.iored these affairs for the girls of the community, for the past five years. NeqI-Baker Rites Are Read At Home Here The marriage . ot Miss "Mildre Baker and Pvt. George A. Nea jr., took place Wednesday nigh at the home of the officiating min ister, Rev. W. E. Peterson of Asbury Methodist church. The bride returned to her home in Missouri and Pvt. Neal remained here where he is with the quartermaster detachment at the Lubbock air base. She was accompanied to Lubbock by the bridegroom's mother and his sister. Pythian Sisters Have Session Thursday For a regular business session, 22 members of the Pythian Sister Temple met at the KP hall Thursday night. It was announced that Group 4 will sponsor a pie supper on or about March 11. A^benefit bridge and forty-two party sponsored by Group l" Wednesday night at the hall \vas attended by 80 persons. 3 ickle, chairman, and Misses Mary fo Cole, Norma Day and Mrs. George Turner; club emblem,'Miss luth Bolton, chairman, and Misses Vlarihelen Beasley and Aldine Swepston and Mrs. - Weldon •eorge. Organized Feb. I Initial meeting of the LADS was icld Feb. 1 in the home of Mrs. Scales at which time the present name 'waj adopted, Lubbock Air Defense Service. Those present for the meeting Thursday and the organizations represented were Misses Ruth Dupree, Allegro club and Kappa Alpha Theta; Etoile McLeod, Junior Welfare League and Lubbock Music club; Frances Snyder, Junior Welfare League; Magdalen Dederick, Kappa Gamma; Maud Dee Skeen, Lubbock Business and Professional Women's club, Treble ' Clef chorus and Wesleyan Service Guild; Velma Jo Bishop, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, and Wesleyan Service Guild; Evvalyn Campbell, Wesleyan Service Guild; Kathryn Weaver, Mary Jarrott, Tech's Sans Souci social club; Dorothy Magee, MacDowell club; Nell McNeely, Allegro and Lubbock Music clubs; Gladys Noah, Wesleyan Service Guild; Mary Anna Wood, Epsilon Sigma Alpha and Ingleside Soro- sis clubs; Virginia Miller, Epsilon Sigma Alpha; Aldine Swepston, AAUW; Imogene Webster, Allegro club; Mary Evelyn Pickle, Allegro club; Mildred Bpone, Kappa Gamma; Mary Katherene Rice, Epsilon Sigma Alpha; Pauline Stafford, Epsilon Sigma Alpha; Mary Louise Cox, MacDowell club; Charline McFarland, MacDowell club. Mesdames Herschel Maxey, Allegro club; Dan Ethridge, Kappa Gamma; L. S. Mast, Lubbock Garden . club; J. W. Day, Lubbock Garden club; J. O. Cade, Lubbock Woman's Forum; R. C. Karvey, Junior Welfare League; W. M. Ryan. Lubbock Garden club; Games Played At Meet Of Betsy Ross Club Mesdames Rayburn .Hale and Wiley Hudman were presented gifts at the Betsy Ross Needle club meeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Watson Wilson, 2015 Ninth street. Mrs. Boyd Millsap was a guest. Games of bingo were played, i Members present were Mesdames Ted Bicknell, Elmer Haass, Hale, Hudman, M. H. Martin, O. D. Peden, E. E. Rodgers, Fred Rogers, Oscar Ragland, George Sawyer and C. W. Trippe. Mrs. T. F. Rodgers, 2108 Ninth street, will be hostess Feb. 26. Talks Scheduled Mrs, Hobby said sfie had heard various • rumours of newsprint colored ink, tin and-zinc rationing in Washington, but there seems to be nothing definite about it as yet "However," she added, "I think Texas. EGG GETS AROUND OKLAHOMA CITY (/P) — Le Roy Oden. of Mountair View, counting eggs in a store, wrote his name and address upon one. Several weeks -later the egg came back, hard-boiled, from a girl in Steering Committee Will Meet Today Plans for-the spring convention of the seventh district, Texas Federation of Women's club, will be outlined at a meeting of the steering'committee and committee chairmen this afternoon at 3 o'clock at Hotel Lubbock. Free French Corvette Is Sunk On Patrol ST. PIERRE, St. Pierre-Et-Miquelon, Feb. 13 (/Pj — One ot the Free French corvettes which participated in the occupation of these islands Christmas eve has been torpedoed and sunk while on convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Free Vi-OT^nh n*i«rc Qrr/»nov a«nrmrto*i/-! tf\- nfgnt"'""""' """"'•' Thirty-six crewmen were miss- ng including five native islanders. I Thus this little territory'wrested • trom Vichy rule has made its first ! sacrifice fighting beside the Unit- j id Nations, the agency said. The Canadian navy assisted in rescue operations. Weldon George, Epsilon Sigma Alpha: David E. Smith; John T. Howell, jr., Allegro; and George Turner. Misses Helen Brophy, Norma Day, Marihelen Beasley, Mary Jo Cade, Mary Quata Barrow, Faye Norton, Pauline Barrow, Ed McCown, Ruth Marie Payne. Ruby Dulaney, Theda Wassum, Winnie Mae Walker, Mary Cole. Frances Bond, Pansye Harris, Claudia Check Forgery Leaves Man To Burn In Jail SAN DIEGO, Calif., Feb. 13 (fPt Forgery of a S29 paycheck that would have .saved the life of Roy Nessle, of Quincy, 111.—one of five prisoners burned to death in the city jail fire Feb. 4—brought the arrest today of Allan B. King, 41 Assistant District Attorney Frank T. Dunn charged King with forging Nessler's signature anc spending the money that would have paid Nessler's So fine on a drunk conviction and released him from jail shortly before the fire. Dunn said King was sent to pick Women of Gisborne,- New Zealand, are reviving the old spinning wheel to spin wool donated by sheep growers into clothing for soldiers. up Nessler's check to pay the fine, but instead endorsed and spent it himself. Nessler, unable to pay, was given a two and a half day jail sentence. "If Nessler had been able to'pay_ the fine," Dunn commented, "he would not have been in jail when the fire occurred." A coroner's jury, inquiring into the cause of the blaze, heard testimony that Thomas Kelly, 24, aircraft worker from Lubbock,'Tex., had admitted starting the fire.. Marine Corporal Stephen Brooks testified that Kelly told him-he set the fire because "they locked me up for nothing." Kelly has been charged with five counts of murder. Costs only to make a delicious apple turnover the KARO way These apple turnovers are deliciously different ... And U'? KARO that gives them such wonderful flavor! We're giving you a recipe for 8 turnovers — because everyone calls for "seconds" when you serve these turnovers! APPLE TURNOVERS 1 recipe pastry (far S squares) • 3 apples '/ 4 cup KARO (blue label) I teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon cinnamon Slice apples. Mix together KARO. cinnamon and nutmeg. Lay slices of apple on one-half o{ each square • of dough. Sprinkle with KARO mixture. Fold other half of square to form triangle. Press edges together A w 'th a floured fork, and prick top to allow steam i to escape. Bake in a moderately. hot oven (400 (V degrees F.)abput20minutes.Makes8 turnovers. Foods prepared "theKATRO way"supply extra food energy. KAROis rich sugar Neelley. Lillian Chapman. Evelyn Jones, Ruth Bolton, Janice Carmack, Elsie Harbor, Yvonne McFarland, Laura Casey, and Grace ^ Halsell. Old Fashioned Revival Charles E. Fuller, Director Old Bjmos and Goipel Frca chine KFYO. 9:00 P.M. Snndajx 1340 Kilocycle* ContinaDa* IntrrnationxJ 'Gospel Broadcast lAArs. Kenneth Frazier ?ls Hostess To Club | Jasmine decorated the house iwhen Mrs. Kenneth Frazier en- 'tertained recently for the Unique Amicita Members Have Valentine Social For a Valentine party, members of the Amicita club met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. J. D." Strickland, 2605 Twenty-sixth street. Games of Hearts were played. Attending were Mesdames Clifford Vietel, Warren Rogers, R. H. Woolam, Ira Krebbs. Vonnie Hays, Made Maupin and Clayson Fuller. IT Mrs. D. V. Bostick was a guest. ^Members were Mesdames Erney *Self, Zan Burroughs, Otto Flynn, iT&m Ansley, E. B. Allen, O. H. fMorris and H. Hamilton, Mrs. M.Iamilton, 2003 Eighth street, will *entc:rtain for the club Feb. 23 at «3 p. m. iOKT COUCKS due to colds ... eased without "dosing". Hub on APPROVED BY 2,GENERATIONS protection lies in the skill of- ih«? Doctor who prescribes your Lenses Bros* Credit/Jeweleirs TEE FAMOUS The Cnl^ond only portable radio guaranteed to receive Eyrop«. 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