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-THE MORNING AVALANCHE :L ):'• Lublwck, T«xo« f Tuesdpy, February 17, 1942 'Dial 4343 Far Hi* AYoFanche>Jou/no! Offices 8y Margaret fumef. It's an ea;<y matter to see other people's little absurdities but difficult to discover our own. * * * CORRECTION H OPE you didii't get thrown for a loss In the answer to the last question in Sunday's column concerning the date that BriUin declared war on Germany. The correct answer i€ September 3, 3939, two days after Germany invaded Poland. A typographical error gave the date as 194U * * » ADV. DEPT. T EWIS WILLEFORD asked his Varied Study Topics Offered By Church Societies With Circle Meets $ U mother, Mrs. L. E. Willeford, ?,522 Twi-aty-fourth street, to telephone us the following "ad": Found, a genuine case of mumps. Owner please call 6575 for Lewis Willeford, nigh school student, and get reward of 21 days vacation. Incidentally, Lewis' mother said he has mumps on both sides of his face and 5s feeling rather uncomfortable at present. Christian Council Has Luncheon With circle program? affording a variety of topics, church societies met for Bible and missionary stuiiei Monday. An explanation of Chinese customs, "Shake Hands with the Dragon" by Carl Click was reviewed at the First Christian Woman's councl luncheon and program in the church annex by | Mrs. Elliott Taylor. In observance of George Washington's birthday. a patriotic motif was featured with liberty bells and flags. Circle 8 was hostess with Mrs. Charles Files &s . chairman. I Sixty members and 8 visitors attended. "The Christian Family" For a continuation of the study. The Christian Family" circle meetings were held by the St. John's Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service as follows: Maude Keith Horn, Mrs. Clifford B. Jones, Tech campus; les- Qirl Scout News Girl Scout troops in Lubbock carried out the spirit of valentine in t'.ieir meetings las';, week. Mrs. Burl Walker and Mrs. C. O. White, leaders of Brownie Troop 18, e n t e rtained the'girls and their mothers with a "valentine party. The girls opened a short program with n flag drill, the pledge of allegiance, and America. Nancy Ann McL a u r i n and played piano solos. Church Women's Federation Planning For World Day Of Prayer Observance Friday Church Women's Federation, of Lubbock will sponsor a traditional World Day of Prayer program Friday morning from 10 until 11 o'clock at St, Paul's Eniscopal church, Sixteenth street and Avenue X. \Vonifn of all denominations are invited to attend the service which 3s held the first Friday in Lent each year. The theme of the program is "I Am the Way." Mrs. L. E. Waite of the First Baptist church is to be leader and Mrs. Rem A. Thomson of the Firet Methodist church will be reader. Mrs. Paul Laverty of the First Presbyterian church is to arrange rm&ic which will consist of congregational singing. Mrs. W. B. Ifvin of th* First Baptist church- SE president of the Federation. Events « Frltcdihip club, '1 •>. v«Ui»ms. '3209 iljrd St. Mri. O. '0. ut CJulttUn •Wamao'i council, to 1 v. m,, church, Red Crocs 10 t. Tuaedtr Blblr -.It.i3, 3:JO V. T. K»ybon, 1110 16th St. y. »., Mri. First Baptist Rebek»J> activities rentur. rt«64, 1 p. m., Roma Woods OB6, 1:39 f. m , Musonls h«B. Lubbtxk Wom»n'i cruta. 1 p. M., Hilton hot*!. Optl-Mn. club, t to I 5. m., Mrt. W»ldo Clock. 2803 J/nd St.. Mri. O. W. Mc- Gulrz, oo-ha»te<5; Red Croii »ewln|. FROM THE CHINESE: If you don't scale the mountain, you can't view the plain. * * * WORLD PRAYER fPHBRE is something very beauti- -L ful and touching to us about the World Day of Prayer which is being directed here by the Church Women's Federation at St. Paul's Episcopal church for one hour Friday morning beginning at 10 o'clock. The Council of Church Women reports that 51 countries of the world will observe the occasion and that -10,000 separate services will be held in the United States alone. As time changes in encircling the world, continuous hours of prayer will be observed so that the spirit of prayer will form a complete chain. » * * ARE WE ASLEEP? "DECENTLY in several groups -*-^ -where The Woman's Angle has found herself the topic of conversation has got around to the passive acceptance by many Lub- bockites of the -war situation. Many car owners continue their pleasure rides with the attitude of "the tire ban. -will be lifted by the tiine we need new tires," refusing to believe that when their tires are worn out there. simply won't be any tires available. ' WeVe already mentioned the sugar hoarders. • Others read the headlines telling of MacArthur's forces under fire and of the Japanese smashing nearing Java and toss their read- Ing off with a shrug and the slogan, "It can*t happen here." * * * irttUS attitwde, which fortunately , J- la no* true of all of us, is the son, Mrs. Cecil Metthews; special songs by Mrs. W. A. Glover, a visitor;- 14 members present. Mary Louella Dunn, Mrs. C. E. Love, 2317 13th St.; lesson, Mrs. W. L. Bradshaw; 11 members in attendance. Mary Ewing Houston, Mrs. Sam Camp, 2801 22nd St; lesson, Mrs. W. M. Craig; 11 members. Programs for the First Baptist Women's Missionary society were reported as follows: Ann Lassiter, Mrs. L. J. Abbott, 1909-A 13th St.; luncheon; lesson, Mrs. O. T. Williams; 7 members and 3 visitors, Mesdames Dewey George, Earl Dietering and O. L. Brock. Lucille Reagan, Mrs. C. E. Fry, 1303 28th St.; 7 members and a visitor, Mrs. T. G. Hodges. Christine Coffee, Mrs. Jessie King, 2124 26th St.; lesson, Mrs. Williams Lowrimore; 12 members. Annie Jenkins Sallee, Mrs. Minnie Fickas, 1610 Ave. L; lesson, Mrs. W. H. Trice; 7 members. Ray Buster, Mrs. E. T. Mathis, Tahoka highway; lesson, Mrs. W. L. Pattillo; 8' members and a visitor. Blanche Groves, Mrs. S. A. Hamilton, 2207 26th St; lesson, Mrs. O. H. Gideon; 7 members. Mad. of situation., in --which Franc* found herself. The ostrich •who hides his head in the sand sometime i» beheaded. The person who is an escapist can be forced to look a situation in the eye but usually it is too late for him to remedy the disaster in which he •flndfl hlmseji. What will tt take to awaken Lybbock to. the horrors of war? Will it take bombs dropped in our own back yard? Will it take active participation and death of our own boys in the •war front? '. "What do you think of this eri- «ts? How are you helping? We'd like to hear from our readers. May b« we have this situation down •wrong; perhaps the town is stirred. Still -we think of those -who refused, to participate in the payroll Lottie Moon, Mrs. Mark Day, 2123 26th St.; lesson, Mrs. Eula Draper; 9 members. Lillie Hundley, MM. J. K. Miller, 1910 Ave. H; lesson, Mrs. Miller; 13 members. Ann .Tiidson, Mrs. G. R. Kennedy, 2306 14th St.; lesson, Mrs. Fred LJtton; 9 members. Blanche Rose Walker, Mrs. Rosa Oats, 2426 23rd St.; lesson, Mrs. J. H. Hankins; 8 members. Mrs. McCleary Teacher Mrs. G. W. McCleary taught a lesson on "Foundation Studies" at the First Presbyterian Young Women's Training circle meeting held in the home of Mrs. R. E. VandeWater, 3223 Twenty-first street. Mrs. Palmer Sime was assistant hostess. Mrs. J. A. Ansley gave the devotion. Others present were Mesdames B. R. Abemathy, Joe Cowan, C. B. Lawrence, W. Jack Lewis, A. C. McDavitt, Walker Nichols, F. H. Parker, Albert Symes P. S. Towle, Dixie White, Clarence Woods, O. A. Wooten, Bruce Wooddell and Arthur Yaggy. Visitors present^vere Mesdames Wyatt -Hester, Tony Farris and Mike Aura. Circle programs were. held by members of the First Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service as follows: Alaska, Mrs. E. W. Brown, chairman; Mrs. F. D. Brown, 1921 15th St.; Mrs. E. W. Brown, as- The entire group played Scout games and then c. valentine post- office was opened and everyone present received a valentine greeting Refreshments of heart shaped cookies, paper cups of candy, and punch were served to the group. Members and guests present were: Pat Walker, Nancy Ann McLaurin, Roma Woods, Barbara Nell Wages, Roberta McGowan, Jane Ellen Roberts, Shirly Ann Coffee, Marilyn Young, Betty Jean Walker, Mrs. C. R. McLaurin, Mrs. C. O. Young, and Mrs. B. D. Coffee. Valentine contests were featured on the program of Troop 12 at their last meeting. First prize in the letter writing contest was awarded to Betty Jean Ogg, and Dorothy Dell West lead the group in writing valentine poetry. The girls spent the remainder of their meeting in making designs for the colorcraft activity on their second class badge. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Weston, troop leader, gave each girl a candy favor in recognition of valentine day. Folk dancing highlighted the last meeting of Brownie Troop 4. Two physical education majors from Texas Tech, Nan Binford and Elwanda Allen, taught the group new dances. Miss Nina Ruth Todd accompanied the group. Troop 1 is making progress in their badge work. Barbara Ann Hazlewood and Margaret Ann Sherrod passed their tenderfoot test at the last meeting. The troop Gwendolyn Durham Wed To D.H.Allen, Jr. The marriage of Miss Gwendolyn Durham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Durham of Spade, and D. H. Allen, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Allen of Spade, took place in Littlefield Feb 8 at the home of the officiating minister. Rev. Roy Shahan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lloyd Taylor were attendants. The bride wore a gold printed dress with kelly green accessories. Mr. Allen has gone to San Diego where he is employed in ah aircraft company. His bride will join him in about a month. Theater Party Honors Two Boys Saturday Gene Etter and Clayton Ross were honored on their llth birthdays with a theater party given by their mothers, Mesdames J. W. Ross and Steve Etter in the latter's home, 2207 Twenty-first street, Saturday. Later refreshments of ice cream and cake and Valentine candy were served to Jack King, Douglas Ross, Earl Dietering, Dorrine Van Aken, Jimmy Richards, Juanita Lancaster, Jimmy Bass, Nancy Juan Boswell, Parker Stewart, Pat Wallace, Allen Ross, Jerry Nislar, Sybil May Lea, Charlyne Smith, Owen Hamilton, James Lancaster, Virginia Gilllspie and Jerry Etter. Men From Air Base Have Steak Dinner Foriy five members of the 502nd school squadron, stationed at the Lubbock Army Flying school at Hurlwood, 10 miles west of town, attended a stag steak dinner at Mexican Inn, 1905 Avenue R, Monday night. The occasion was the recent promotion of a number of the members of the unit. First Lieut. G. Schultz, commander, was toastmaster. Guests included Capt. G. D. Markel, posl adjutant and Second Lieut. Thomas W. Potter, a former member of of the suadron. Recently 48 out of the 51 members of the squadron were promoted in rank, from private, first class to master sergeant. Mrs. Ewin.g Reviews Book At YWA Meet The first chapter of the new mission book, "At the Gate of Asia" <Foy Johnson Farmer) was revi'/et- at the Ann hasseltine Young Women's Auxiliary meeting S.unday afternoon at the First Baptist activities center by Mrs. Lattimore Ewing. f cftoru», ehvrch. f.K p. M.. Pint H» Hour dob, 1 p. Hl»tt, 17M 161h 8t. Mrs. D. 2. etab, i v. m.. Hilton was taught a song by Jeanine Young, Judy Pierce, and Patsy Jones, who passed a portion of their music and dancing activity for second class. Cooking and homemaking is to be the next topic of study as soon as the present First aid course is completed. "Food-For-Freedom" Is Topic Program "The f o o d-f or-freedom campaign would not only provide food for our allies, but would help develop better food habits with our own people", Miss Clara* Pratt, county home demonstration agent, told the Hardy Home Demonstration club women at a meeting held this week end. Mrs. George Blackman was hostess. "The American people have not Covered hotel. Tuesday Night Headers group, Mr:. E. I,. Mader, 2509 JUt St.; Mr«. K. M. Ren- ntr, uselsttnt hotieas. Better Hornet Garden club, 3:30 p. tti-, Mr«. O. A. Woody. J805 30th St., Mrs. Scout Sharp, assistant hcsUis. Sb&keipeare club. 3:1$ p. m., Mrt. John S.. Wherry, 38U «rd St. Oarden Study club. 3 p. m.. Mrs. Her- ichel Maxey, hostess »t home of Mrs. Uenrle Mast, 1319 28th St. Tech L»3 Vtvarachas club, 8 p. m., Mexican Inn; dinner honoring pledges. First Aid course, sponsored by Dupre P-TA; 7 p. m.. school; Cyril Batton. instructor. Red Cross First Aid course, 3 to B p. m., sponsored by Junior High school P-TA; rooms 107 and 208; Mesdames C. E. Roberts and Isabel Garrison, instructors. Red Cross First Aid course J.'o. 1, 3 to 5 p. m., sponsored by Senior High school P-TA; room 110, school, Miss Kathleen Ingram, instructor. Lubbock Child Study club, 3:15 p. m., Mrs. L. L. Kelso to be hostess hi home of Mrs. lx>ra Tucter, 1560 Ave. R. 6titch»way club, 7:45 p. m.,'Mrs. A. o. Leonard, 3311 22nd St. Lubbock Girl Scout council, 1:30 p. m., Girl Scout LJtlle House, called meeting. Hines-McCurry Rites Read In Washington Word has been received of the marriage of Lieul. L. D. T^cCurry, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McCurry of 2317 Fourth street, and Miss Mary Arlene Hines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. .G. Hint's of Coibin. The marriage took place Feb. 8 in Washington, D. C. The couple is at home at Quantico, Va., where Lieut. McCurry is with the officers reserve. He is a graduate of Texas Technological college where he was a football star with the Red Raiders. Mrs. McCurry attended Tech college for two years. ten's Social Clubs, •' Have Rush Week Rush week activities for men'c social clubs at Texas Technological college began Sunday night when the College club entertained with a smoker from 7 to 10 o'clock in Hotel Lubbock. Other clubs will have smokers honoring rushees each nisht this week. Their schedule follows: Sunday, College club; Monday, Krernas; Tuesday, Silver Key; Wednesday, Los Camaradas; Thursday, Wranglers; Friday, CiMitaur and Sunday, Socii. Federation To Have Election Feb. 27 Reminder was given Monday afternoon of the City Federation meeting scheduled for 9:45 o'clock Feb. 27 in Hotel Lubbock. An election of officers will be held at that time. Mercury is now. being produced in North Auckland, New Zealand. Vows Are Exchanged In Roswell, N. M. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mrs. Mae Franklin of 909 Avenue L, and V. B. McBride, also of Lubbock, which took place Saturday evening at 6 o'clock in Roswell, N. been feeding quately and they now are themselves intelligently, going to see ade- but that M. The couple will here. be at home their own family members eat the food necessary for health," ' she said. Mrs. J. N. Burnett was elected secretary-treasurer to fill a-vacancy. The club will meet with Mrs. Clyde Fowler Feb. 27. Attending . were Mesdames A. C. Woodruff, V. J. Farris, F. Y. Henderson, F. W. Farris, Carl Johnson, J. A. Brown, A. C. Henderson and Fowler. allotment for buying d e f ense stamps and bonds because they did not think the sacrifice necessary at this time, and vre get about town enough to see for ourself that as yet there Is not an "all out" war attitude by a long way. Calla C5ub Guest in Home Of Miss Chism sistant hostess; lesson, Mrs. T. A. Rogers; 18 members and a visitor. Bolivia, Mrs. E. T. Kelly, chairman; Mrs. D. D. Cross, 3001 20th St.; Mrs. E. P. Bennett, jr., assistant hostess; lesson, .Mrs. Cecil Matthews; 8 members and a guest China, Mrs. B. E. Needles, chairman snd hostess,. 1811 8th St.; lesson, Mrs. R. S. Williams; 18 members and a visitor. Korea, Mrs. W. G. Alderson, chairman; Mrs. W. E. Humphries, Mildred Chism, 2112 Twenty- 2009 Broadway; Mrs. F. R. Land, second street, was hostess to the 1 assistant hostess; lesson, Mrs recently organized Calla club Fri- | Clarence Whiteside; 17 members. day night : A red and white motif was carried out in honor of St Valentine. Refreshments were served to Jessie Lou Bryant, Juanita Campbell, Peggy Rutledge, Lanelle Richardson, Laveme Carson, Vernell Eubank, Juanell and Juanda Taylor, Peggy Royalty, Frances Chance, Oleta Wood, Minnie Kate File and Mary Jean Pierce. Slide Club Has Study Of State HD Officers With Mrs. O. R. Copeland as hostess, the Slide Home Demonstration club met this week end for a prDgram on "Who's Who In Our Organization." Mrs. Lewis Henderson led a contest on the state officers. Those attending were Mesdames George Buckinkham, R. "V. Giddens, Russell Haynes, Henderson, Lee Reiger, Ixmnie "Williams, and M. C. Williams. Mrs. Copeland. will be hostess Feb. 23. Mexico, Mrs. George R. Bean, chairman and hostess, 1614 19th St.; lesson, Mrs. B. L. Cogdill; 6 members. Panama, Mrs. E. F. Alford, chairman; Mrs. Walter Clark, 2711 21st St.; lesson, Mrs. J. M. Steele; 16 members and a guest. Peru, Mrs. B. F. Hodges, chairman: Mrs. J. I. Pitts, 1412 15th St: Mrs. G. ' F. Hill assistant hostess;'lesson, Mrs. B. L. Cogdill; 14 members and- 3 visitors in attendance. Cuba, Mrs. Sam Stewart, chairman; Mrs. Robert McCarty,' 1915 2_8th St.; Mrs. J. B., assistant hostess; lesson, Mrs. McCarty; 14 members. Brazil, chairman; Mrs. Pebble Talley. 1510-B Ave. M; lesson, Mrs. A. C. Sanders; 13 members and a visitor. Japan, Mrs. Henry Lawson, chairman;-Mrs. G. C. Beard, three miles northeast of city; Mrs. C. M. Chandler, assistant hostess; 'lesson, Mrs. Beard; 13 members. India, Mrs. Arthur E. Gamble, chairman; Mrs. B. O. McWhorter, 2314 Main St.; lesson, Mrs. Rufus Rush; 15 members and a visitor. Poland, Mrs. J. D. Peters, chairman; Mrs. Charles Ross, 2020 10th St; lesson, Mrs. Fred Adkins; members, 13 members. : Africa, Mrs. J. P. Giles, chairman and hostess, 2517 20th St.; lesson, Mrs. Marvin Hilbum; 12 members. Argentina, Mrs. Vernon Brown, chairman; Mrs.-Carl Maxey, 2812 22nd St.; lesson, Mrs. C. H. Smith; 21 members. Episcopal Auxiliary; St. Paul's Episcopal auxiliary held the following unit meetings. 1. Mrs. Raymond Shook, 3217 20th St.; 5 members. 2. Seaman hall, with Mesdames V. O. McCoy and Jerome Wright as hostesses; 10 members. 3. Mrs. C. C. Longabaugh, 3004 22nd St.; devotion, Mrs. Max Eikel; lesson, Mrs. Kirk dean, "The Origin of the Prayer Book;" 15 members. Mrs. E. L. Lansford taught a lesson on "Unchanging World" at the Naomi Ruth circle of the Asbury Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service with Mrs. A. E. Quest Mrs. A. C. Sanders lead a devotion on "Prayer." Ten mem- Assembly Club Dance Will Be Saturday The. Assembly club will entertain with its dance Saturday night at the'Hilton hotel,- rathpj than Thursday night as announced in Sunday's paper. Several officers from the Lubbock air base and their wives will be guests. Dancing will begia at 9:30 o'clock. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Read, chairmen, John Shewmake and Messrs, and Mesdames Charles Read, H. B. PrickeU, Lewis Price, Parker F. Prouty, J. B. Roberts, Wayne Prather, Clyde Smith, Marion Sanford, George Pierce and James Pryor. Party Is Courtesy To George Elles Honoring Mr. and Mrs. George O. Elle, whose marriage took place during the Christmas holidays, a party was given Saturday night by Dean and Mrs. A. H. Leidigh and Dr. and Mrs.. A. V7. Young, in the home of the latter, 2014 Fifteenth street. Games and conversation were enjoyed in the play room and refreshments were served. The guest list was made up of members of the division of agriculture at Texas Technological college and their wives. Mr. Elle teaches horticulture. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed' or feet HI a1 ease because of loose, wabbly false teeth FiSTEETH. an improved Alkaline (non acid) powder sprinkled on, your plate holds them firmer so they feel more com fortable. Soothing and cooling to gum made sore by excessive acid mouth. Avoi< embarrassment caused bv loose platej. Ge FASTEETH today at any drug store.—Adv. Acts 2 ways to help WOMEN! •Just what I needed!" Every year many women say that-after hey've started ijsing CARDUI! For they find it helps them in two mportant ways when they suffer from headaches, cramp-like pain, or some other form of periodic distress due only to functional causes. To help relieve functional periodic discomforts, start three days before "your time" and follow directions. Or take it as a tonic by directions to stimulate appetite, improve digestion by increasing the flow of gastric juices, and help build strength. Probably the greatest benefit comes from using CARDUI both ways. Used for 61 years. Adv. 1 WANT TO BUY Old Newspapers, Magazines. Books for National Defense PHONE 7973 Daily Pick-Up Service "Jack Williamson" VISIT IN BROWNWOOD Mrs. Julian S. Williamson and son Norman of 2628 Twenty-fifth street, returned to their home Sunday after visiting in Brownwood with Capt. Williamson. Capt. Williamson is of the service battery from the 131 Field Artilleryj Lubbock National guard. Mrs. C. C. Williams o n, Capt. Williamson's mother, also visited her son. Child Study Club To Meet This Afternoon Lubbock Child Study club members will meet this afternoon at 3:15 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Lor a Tucker, .1506 Avenue R as guests-of Mrs. L.' L. Kelso. bers were present. "Training of the Twelve" was topic for a study led by Rev. C. J. McCarty at the Arnett-Benson Bible class meeting in the home of Mrs. A. R. Pendley, - 2708 Ruby street. Those attending were Mesdames Charles Bauman, C. O. White, E. O. Lydia, A. L. Scott, I. T. Weed, C. C. Chance, C. A. Pendley, Roy Wells, C. A. McSpadden, O. B. Pollard, Vernon Rowell, A. W. McFachern, W. R. Perry, J. L. Blah- and Charles Noble. In the'absence of Mrs'. J B. Carter, teacher. Mrs. T. P. Gibson lead a study at the Nazarene Wom- EUST IS UNVEILED FORT WORTH, Feb. 16 ( A Bust of Will Rogers, who to many Americans epitomized the best in- their way of life, was unveiled here Sunday. It was presented the city by John W. Herbert, president of the Fort Worth Area Boy Scout council, and others. It was a work of Joseph Eddy Lipe, Fort Worth sculptor. Arnett-Benson Club To Meet Wednesday The Arnett-Benson Home Demonstration club' will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. E. Reid, 2615 Elm street. Community Meet At Abernathy Slated ABERNATHY, Feb. 17— With Durwood H. Bradley, Lubbock, as the principal speaker and County Judge Frank Day and C. B. Martin, county farm agent, also listed as speakers, Abernathy community residents will meet here Tuesday night at 8:30 o'clock to discuss war efforts. The Farmers and Merchants club is sponsoring the program. The High school orchestra will furnish a musical program. A war faoard'will be selected to take the pla(.j of a temporary one, including G. G. Gilliland, Rev. Beauchamp and Arno Struve. Meeting will be in the school auditorium. VISITS CAMP Mrs. L. E. Bigham and daughters, Mrs. H. O. Wossum and Miss Marion Bigham, and Mr. Woosum have returned from Mineral Wells where they visited their son and brother,"- Pvt L. E. Bigham, at Camp Wolters. They also visited in Fort Worth. Friday'night in Mineral Wells they were in a blackout which lasted from 10. until 10:30 o'clock. Buy A D«f«ns« Bond TODAY! 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