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FOUR—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, T«xe3, Wednesday, February 18, 1942 4343 For Tfct Avotenche-Joufno! Off-iota Sy Margaret Turner Nationally Known Educators, G. G.• Myerses, Will Appear Here Today rpODAY, Ash Wednesday, marks J- the beginning of Lent, the season of prayer and self-denial which Christians observe during the forty days preceding Easter. • In CathToic churches, special services will be held with ceremonial use of ashes, symbol of the start of the period of penance. The ashes are obtained by burning the remains of the palms blessed last Sunday, which was Palm Sunday. They will be placed in a vessel on the altar and consecrated before High Mass. The priest will invite those present to approach and, dipping his thumb in aches, will mark them as thty kneel with the sign of the cross on the forehead, with the words: Memento, homo, quia pulvL?. es, et hi pulverem revertoris (Remember, man, that thou art dust, and unto dust thou shalt return). • Other churches will hold special prayer services end observances. Practically all the churches will have special services during the Lenten season, which is six weeks and four days preceding East Sunday. Recently someone defined Lent as a time of prayer, sacrifice and action when Christians deny themselves innocent pleasures and amusements as a penace for the appetites and practice frugality in eating through fasting and abstin- tence. * * » IN THE MAIL FRIEND sent us this poem, Will Keep Lent," written by Bernice Minter which describes the manner in which many will try to live during this pre-spring season: • I will keep Lent in this new- patterned way: ] My fast shall be a chastening , Of inner realms of mind and > heart, • So thoughts I think and words \ I speak, may not destroy or harm . But inay uplift and bless. • I will let love direct my thoughts each day. E-5£ Aeei Bridge flub. J p. Riymood Wocldridfe, 3107 « Cbtt-K-Cbew club. 3 p. Si. Bobo. laiO !0th St., Mr«. r.sltznl hortess. XTadoont church, 4 p. ;A n jt\. "i r -will deny myielcf these graceless things: The right to think of sell Alone: to harbor fear, or Jealousy, or any ugly thought That wounds or shuts the door To love and peace and harmony. I will probe deep to purge these hidden springs. I wlU feast richly on the IMng word go that my every hunger may B« ied, each need of- soul supplied. ' Thus I shall discipline each Vagrant thought and come-to Christ Renewed and purified; i shall be ready for the risen Lord, * * • ONE ANSWER WERE wondering In our column Tuesday morning •whether or not Lubbock residents Srealize the gravity of the war Situation; Tiot questioning their UoyBlry or their patriotism but wondering about their awareness. £ We invited comment and in the mid-morning a reader and friend ;who' asked that her name not be uaed telephoned us her reaction to-our paragraphs. i .She says she is tired -of radio commentators lambasting the American people for then- complacency and their lack of "civilian morale"; that she sincerely believes Lubbock women are thoroughly awakened to the situation, pointing out that there are no Jcnitting yarn and materials at Red Cross headqaurters because the quota .has .been filled and supplies have not arrived. ; She says that these women are cairn and quiet, like English women, but that they have a thorough understanding of what it Is all about. • Our friends compared this calm and quiet attitude to the happiness that marks so many marriages and yet she added, "When we read of so many divorces in the papers, someone asks if marriage as an Institution Isn't a failure?" ^'Because you don't hear of women getting hysterial over the all out' business, are you to believe that they are not doing then- part?" she added. -. "We are going ahead with our hearts as light as possible because there are those at home we have to comfort; we are trying to stay, calm but we are awake to the situation," said our friend. " So we have granted her request arid given her the break she asked, for and thank her for calling. Are there others? - * * * '. USING HONEY D ON'T let the sugar shortage , worry you. There are many substitutes and new flavors treats in store for you. Try using honey, molasses and maple syrup in Childhood Education Group Is Sponsor "The Young Child and His Emotions" will be opening discussion topic for Dr. and Mri.. Garry Clevelard Myers, national- fiow-on dab. i ly known editors and educators, Ul2 eth sc who will appear here in a series of lectures being sponsored by the Association of Childhood Education. The first lecture will be presented this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the Junior High school auditorium, "Building Personality in Children" will be topic for the program tonight at 8 o'clock at the Junior High school. This evening at 6:15 o'clock a dinner meeting at the Hilton hotel will be held when the Myerses will speak on "Some New Angles to Reading." Tickets are 85 cents. Those interested in attending should telephone Miss Pearl Jackson or principals of the grade schools to make reservations. Magazine Editors Dr. Myers is editor-in-chief of "Children's Activities," a magazine for children published in Chicago. Mrs. Myers is associate editor. On subjects pertaining to child well-being, Dr. Myers has had a diversified experience as writer, teacher, and public speaker. He is nationally known as a phycho- logieal consultant, newspaper columnist, and editor. Dr. Myers received his Ph.D degree in psychology from Columbia University in 1913. He was professor at Brooklyn Training School for Teachers in 1914-18 psychologist and educational expert for the Army 1918-20. During 1920-27, he was head of the psychology department in the Cleveland School of Education and was head of the parent education department, Cleveland Col lege, Western Reserve University 1927-40. Mrs. Myers is co-author wit] him of many books and scientific publications. She has lectured widely to teachers, parents, and youth throughout the nation. Dr. and Mrs. Myers have three children and one grandchild. Today's Events. «* Ctrllile Needle elub. 5 p. m.. MM. Id- wird Z. Regan, southwest of cltj. Fit »nd ?i*hlori club, 3:16 p. m., Mn. Sam Ltifes!*, ISOb 28tb at. ., Mri. Wwl»y WM, Adelphi elub. » p. m., Mri. Frank Skinner, 1305 Are. K. TL»«lT T« club. 3 y. m., Mrs. L*vi Uun- «>, 23W 19th St., P:d Crosa sewljj. Dcren *nd One club, 3 p. m., Xfr.. 8! iChoolerift, route 3. I.*t Alr.1i»« elub, 3:30 p. m., Mrt. Chirlei ;. Jon«i, 3309 7th 8t. Mr*. clre!t of Ontrtl m., church. Mrs. H. L. BtptLH Unity Study clan. S p. m., Hotel Lubbock. High ichool P-TA. i:ll p. m., Senior BChOOl. Ulscel]»r.50-js club, S:M, Mri. Z. X. Kendrrcon. 2505 23th St. Pla-Mor forty-two club. Mr:. John Morrison. 2021 10th St. Kongenia! Kl&n. 3 p. m., Mrs. Pebble Tal'.ey'j home 1510-B Avc. M, wtth Mes- dsmei O. B. Waldfn and S, H- Bcoti as Hostesses. X/Alqulliee elub. 3 f. m.. Mn. T. L. Biggs, 1811 AT«. R..' its Amies elub. 3 p. B., Mri. Ralph Robintoa, 2211 21th St. S«w-A-WhUe club, 2:30 p. m.. Mn. O. K Merldith, 1B09 7:h St. Junior Girls auxiliary of C»lr»ry B»j>- tlst church. 3:15 p. m., church. Booi-of-the-Month club, 3 p. m., Mrs. Ford Benhsjn. 3803 20th St., Mri. A. T. Bigger!, co-Sosteesf DAR. 3 p. m, Mrs. William Dingus, 3SOZ 21st St.; Mesdacaes A. E. -Manning. W. C. Rylaader and Lerojr Fauon, assistant hostesses. Home Nursing course. 1 to 3 p. m., Foursquare Gospel church: sponsored by K. Carter P-TA and taught by Mrs. C. LL. Adams. First Aid course, 3 to £ p. m., sponsored by Roscoe • WUion P-TA, ichool; Mrs. lyy Savage, Instructor. Tecb. Loi Camaradas club, 1 Vo 10 p. ra.. Hotel Lubbock, smoker honoring rusnees. 1841 h'eedls club. 8 p. m.. Mrs. Merltt Clailc, 3511 28th St.. Mrs. Wesley Smith, co-hostess; party honoring husbands. Mrs, R. Richardson Honored At Shower As a courtesy to Mrs. Ralph Richardson, the former Miss iSfor- ma Jean Wilson, Mrs. Eugene 1 Knox, 1936' Avenue N, entertained with a shower Tuesday afternoon. A Jarge heart centered the serving table with gifts attacked on the ends of streamers. Miniature umbrellas, with "Norms Jean and Ralph" lettered on them, were p'nte favors. Reiresh- ments of sandwiches, he;irt- shaped cookies and tea were served. Those attending were Mes- d z m e s George Bond, Hollis Greenlee, Marvin Stovall, Jim Dobbs, Clarence Blackburn, J. O. Blackburn, E. L. Wallace, Lela j Kendall, Russell Hardin, Jesse Chinn, J. K. Box, M. Richardson, G. A, Brc'.%-ne, Lena Richardson, Watson Wilson, Lotena Wilson and Miss Jeanne Williams. Sending gifts were Mesdames L. A. Haley, Lon Hill and M. P. Jones. Joint Meeting Held In Legion Hall Major Walter W. McCollom, president of the aviation cadet examining board of the West Texas district . army recruiting office, spoke on "China" at the joint meeting of the America!! Legion post and the, auxiliary to the American Legion Monday night at 7:30 o'clock at the halL- . Rev». Jack W.. Lewis,, assistant pastor of the First Presbyterian rhurch, wai in charge of special music. Paul Hardwick, post commander, presided. Mrs. J. R. Bridges is president of the auxiliary. Refreshments of cherry pie, whipped cream and coffee were Served to SO guests. Garden Study Club To Elect Officers Mesdames W. I. Pittman, P. T Glazner and O. R. Hand were chosen to compose the nomination committee at the Garden Study club meeting Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Henrie Mast, i 1910 Twenty-eighth street, with' Mrs. Herschel Maxey as hostess. Officers will be elected at the next meeting. Current magazines reviewed were: "House and Gardens," and "House Beautiful," Mrs. Maxey, and "Better Homes and Gardens," Mrs. Jack Griggs. A -salad plate was served to those attending and gladioli bulbs presented as plate favors. Those present were Mesdames Pittman, Glazner, Griggs, Hand, Ben Jenkins, Culver Hill, Alfred Crosby, M. D. Watkins, H. A. Towery, W. B. Rushing, C. W: Chaney, J. W. Mallory, D. B. Pope,- C. W. Ratliff and Ewell L. Hunt. Federated Clubs Plan To Use Scout Little House For Meetings Federated clubs plan to use the Girl Scout LiUle House for one lub meeting each, it was announced at the council meeting presided over by Mrs. H. H. Van Aken Tuesday afternoon. Eleven v lubs have made reservations to use the Little House on dates vhich will not conflict with the Girl Scouts using the building. Mrs. C. A. White, hostess of the, louse, made the report. C. D. McGehee made a report on the upkeep of the grounds. The annual Girl Scout cookie sale will be held in the early fall, t was announced by Mrs. Bert Ccllard, jr., at the council meeting. Mrs. Robert J. Allen, chairman of the contact committee, made a report that several new members and leaders are at work in scout troops. Mrs. E. E. Louthan discussed public relations in connection with future campaigns. Mrs. John Toles, chairman of the program committee, gave a report on the Girl Scout program and said plans for a general court of awards to be held in March were nearing completion. Trooop 16 will have a pie sup- Miss Jpnnie McCrery Is Sorority Speaker That etiquette merely consists in b'.-ing polite to others was theme of a talk on "Etiquette" by Miss Jonnie McCrery of the Tech home economics division at the Epsilon Sij^ma Alpha sorority meeting Monday night in the Hilton hotel. Special guests Charlcie Eubanks were Misses Cynthia Eld- redjje, Ann Crawford, Doroth;' Ford, Lynn Street, Doris Arthur, Jsne Woodruff, Beatrice Spivey, Lorilla Stephens and Ruth Bolton. Members were Mrs. Weldon. George, president, who 'presided, Mrs. Verlon Bigham and Misses Helen Brown. Mary Anna Wood, Mary Katherene Rice, Lalla D'Spain, Virginia Miller, Pauline Stafford and Wyndham-Gay Robertson. "American Home" Is Topic For Lubbock Woman's Club W. L. Bradshaw, associate professor of architectural engineering at Texas Technological college, spoke on "Building Problems in West Texas" at the Lubbock Woman's club meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Hilton hotel. Mrs. J. C. Allensworth, leader, spoke on, ''Architecture of the American Home" and Mrs. Dewey George discussed "The M6dern Kitchen." Three To Entertain With Dance Friday Honoring a number of 'ihelr friends, Ed Fox, Mp.ury Kelisky, and Jack Terrell will entertain with a dance Friday night from 8 to 12 o'clock at Seaman hail. CARAMEL TIP When m,iking caramels cook the mixture in a very heavy utensil over a Low flame and stir constantly. This will prevent curdling as well as burning. per at the Locust Street chapel, Friday, Feb. 20, to help raise funds for new uniforms for the girls of that troop. This affair was voted upon favorably by the council. Council members present were: Mesdames John Toles, Robert J. Allen, Bert Collard, H. H. Van Aken, Homer Pharr, George Finberg, R. S. Rodgers, Grady West, John V. Powers, George Evans, C. A. White, and E. E. Louthan, Mr. McGehee, and Rev. W. Jack Lewis. Faye Haltom Is Bride Of Harold Hodges CROSBYTON, Feb. 17. Announcement has been received of the marriage of Miss Faye Haltom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vesta R. Haltom of this city, and Harold Hodges, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hodges, which took place recently in Crosbyton. Rev. L. B. Smallwood, pastor of the First Methodist church, resd the single ring ceremony. Miss Adelene Hodges of Lubbock. sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. The bride Is a graduate oi Crosbyton High school and Mr. Hodges is A student"at Texas Technological college. Theta Sigma Phi To Sponsor Style Show _Tonight at 8:30 o'clock at Levine's department store a group of girls representing clubs at Texas Technological college will present a spring style show under the sponsorship of the Theta Sigma Phi, women's journalistic fraternity. Miss Nettie Belle Batton will be master of ceremonies. Mrs. Louise C. Allen, sponsor of the fraternity, has announced- that there -will tie no admission charge and all women students are invited to attend. Models and the organizations they represent are: DFD, Betty Jo Wager; Las Vivarachas, Flora Lee Williams; Las Chaparritas, Virginia Hall; San Souci, Mary Ann Stephenson; Ko Shari. Frances Ford; Las Leales, Twila Farrell; Home Economics, Erlene Dowell; Freshman Honor society, Betty Air Base Luncheon Club Has Social Honoring members of the Army Air Base Ladies Luncheon club, Mesdames Byron Goulding and Walter K. Grumbine entertained at .the F. R. Friend home, 2005 Broadway, with a tea and bridge party Tuesday afternoon. Florence Pickeit Is Wed To A, Behling The marriage of Miss Florence Pickett of El Paso, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Pickett of 2112 Seventeenth street, and Arthur Behling of Corpus Christi t took place in El Paso Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the First Presbyterian "chapel. ;Rev. Paul Newton Poling officiated. Mrs. Behling holds her B.A. and 1 M. A. degrees from Texas Technological college. She is at present a teacher in the El Paso public schools. Mr. Behlins is superintendent of production for Humble Oil and refining company of Corpus Christi. Mrs. Behling will con- Baptist Auxiliary Meets For Program Miss Marion Rogers was appointed vice president and Miss Fay Wells, personal service chairman, at the meeting of the First Baptist Young Women's auxiliary Monday night with Miss Marcella Ware, 2010 Seventeenth street. The group planned to clothe needy babies in Lubbock as a project for March. They also voted to join the "Hundred Thousand" club which was organized to lift a debt of the Southern Baptist church. Misses Irene Terrill, Billie Bowen, Pauline Chaney snd Wells discussed the movement. Misses Melba Riek, Chaney and Mrs. M. L. Penn sang a song; Miss Kathlene Noell gave a -devotion; Miss Ruth Thomas talked on "The Church" and Mrs. Penn explained the meaning of "Personal Service." The auxiliary will meet March 2 with Mrs. G. R. Kennedy. 2306 Fourteenth street, for a book review to be given by Mrs. O. H. Gideon. Mrs. T. L. Gilbert Has Party Series Mrs. Thomas L. Gilbert, 1914 Twenty-ninth street, gave the first of a series of parties Tuesday night when she entertained with a dinner at 8 o'clock. A luncheon has been planned for this afternoon. For the Tuesday dinner the twelve guests were seated at a table decorated with pink-snapdragons and gladioli, pink and blue sweetpeas and delphinium. For her Thursday and Friday parties Mrs. Gilbert will use pink rosebuds, delphinium and acacia for floral decorations. Diltz; Smith. Casa Linda, Mary Beth The club, which meets each first and third. Tuesday, has a luncheon and tea- on -'alternate occasions. Mrs. Thomas L. Gilbert is president; Mrs. Herbert M. Newstrom, vice president; Mrs. Daniel S. Campbell, secretary .and. Mrs. Harry S. Bishop, treasurer, OL the club. various ways. Children, for example, are always "begging for chocolate-honey bar, so .why not "honey" cocoa?" Children also might be intrigued with the novelty of honey instead of sugar- on their .cereal. If you must kill the natural flavor of grapefruit, by adding sugar, use a teaspoonfui of maple syrup instead. The flavor will be a pleasant surprise. . Serve fruits cakes, cookies serts. You'll be getting not. only natural sugar but protective minerals and vitamins not present in sugar. Heaven has been described as a land of milk and honey—with no mention of sugar. Friendship Club Meet Is In Williams Home A color scheme of red, white and blue was carried out at the meeting of the Friendship club Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. O. O. Williams, 2009 Twenty-third street. Mrs. Troy Womack was presiding officer. Others present were Mesdames Jack Breland, J. A. Peel, B. L. Akers. Troy Womack, O. R. Justiss, O. H. Allen, Raymond Womack, Willie McCreary and Jake Snddd. . - . Mrs. Akers, 2109 Thirty-first street, will entertain with a dinner Friday night at 7:30 o'clock in honor of club members. tinue teaching for a few weeks after which the couple will be at home at the Plaza Hotel in Corpus Christi. ' Child Study Club Has Household Program Members of the Lubbock Child Study club listed "Household Hints" when they answered roll call at the meeting Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Lora Tucker, 1506 Avenue R. Mrs. L. L. •Kelso was hostess. Mrs. Hay Chappelle spoke on "Correct Table Setting" and Mrs. F. N. Blackwell discussed "Menu Planning." The club accepted an invitation of the Girl Scout council to visit the Girl Scout Little House April 21. Plans were made for a children's day to be held in the near future. Mrs, Grady Knight Speaks On Blooms Mrs. Grady Knight gave an il- 1 u s t r a t ed talk on "Blooms Throughout the Year' at the Better Homes Garden club meeting Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. O. A. Woody, 2806 Twentieth street. Mrs. Scout Sharp was assistant hostess. Corsages of sweetpeas were presented as plate favors. Guests were Mesdames Donald Robertson, B e 1 v e rd Needles, Steve Dobbs, Ralph Robinson, Bert Dean, Thelton Hamilton, Lewis Hobbs, E. H. Armstrong, Jack Markham, John R. Hall, jr., and Warren Rogers. Wraparound TURBANS Silk or wool jersey wraparounds in whites, blacks and all bright colors. Enlisted Men Honored At Dance Tuesday Beta Sigma Phi sorority entertained with a dance at the Old Hayloft Tuesday night as a courtesy to 50 enlisted men at the Lubbock Army air base. Mr. and Mrs. Lamoyn Turman were chaperones. Hardin-Phillips Vows Are Announced Here" Announcement is being made of the marriage of Mrs. Mona Maude Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carlisle of the Plainview highway, and Staff Sgt. James S. Hardin. The double ring ceremony was read Saturday night at 7 o'clock in Brownwood with Lieut. Fred R. Edgar, chaplain, officiating. The bride wore a navy tailored suit with saddle tan accessories and a corsage of white gardenias. Sgt. Hardin is in the field artillery and will be stationed at Camp Blanding, Fla. He • Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardin of Abemathy. Harris-Baker Rites Read in Lubbock Announcement was made Tuesday morning of the marriage of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Bater of McAdoo, and Pvt. Eloie W. Harris of the Lubbock Army Air Base. The ceremony was rea'd Saturday night at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. W. E. Peterson. The bride's father is pastor of the McAdoo Methodist church. KITTY BOND CIRCLE Mrs. Lelia Gregg, 2206 Avenue P, was hostess to the Kitty Bond circle of the Asbury Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ada M^n ^d the devotion on "Borrowed Light". Twelve members and two visitors were present. Triple Four Club To Postpone Meeting A party Mrs. Lucile Smith had planned for the ^Triple Four club tonight at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lora Tucker, 1506 Avenue R, has been postponed Thursday, Feb. 26, at the place and hour. until same The Rana Goliath frog, of west Africa, grows as large as a terrier dog. ADA B CIHCLE The Ada B circle of Asbury Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service met with Mrs. Ted Vernon, "2315 ' Thirteenth street, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Bonner Cummings presented the Slew Pasiel Felis Colors are: Sunniblu, Peach Pink, Sunbaked Tan, Saddle Beige, Navy and Black. program and Mrs. played the piano. Cloyes Tune HOME NURSING COURSE Mrs, C. L. Adams, instructor for the home nursing course being sponsored by the K. Carter Parent- Teacher association, will speak on stupes and poultices at the study meeting this afternoon at 1 o'clock at Foursquare church. Buy A D«.fen«« Bond TODAY! 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