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FOUIU-THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Tuesday, February 24, 1942 Dial 4:343 For The Avalqnch«!-J/ournfli By Margaret Turner "A man is relieved and gay " *\vben he has put his heart into his Iwork, and done his best; but what »he has said or done otherwise, fshall give him no peace."—Amer- scn. LAUNDRY HINT: A canvas bag with hook to fasten o%'er the clothes linn saves much back bending when hsnging out clothes. The bag, filled with clothes, can be easily pushed along the line as needed. ' * * «BEAUTY A WEAPON Societies Are Entertainin For Enlisted Men And Cadets From Base* fT)UT YOUR best face forward, |-*T women of America. Beauty, is |* weapon of national defense! tThesi* words are from a director '*o£.makeup in Hollywood. What fc'place has feminine beauty in war- jtime? it "Beauty of all women in all ^countries at war becomes synony- »mous with morale. A woman who »deserts makeup and a becoming *hairdress in times of stress de- 'stroys her own line of defense. *More than ever it is important *that women appear their loveliest Jto husbands, sons and sweethearts tin the armed forces." * Maybe talk of beauty at this J time appears trivial to you but ^psychology plays a tremendous *part in integrating a nation into a * whole and the face a woman turns jto the present and the future is a * deciding factor in promoting a j unity of purpose. LADS To Plan Dance At Meeting Tonight Honoring enlisted men and cadets at the Lubbock Army Air base, a number of organizations entertained with socials this week end while other societies are planning future socials. To complete plans for a dance March 14 in honor of 200 men from the air base, LADS will meet tonight a.': 8 o'clock in the Hilton hotel ballroom. Miss Jane Woodruff, president, will preside and Mesdames Ardelle Scales and R. G. Porter, sponsors, will attend. Elliott -will direct a Mrs. Elois 15 minute "When your man is home on leave or when he entrains for battlefronts, he takes with him a lasting picture of YOU, the woman in his life. From the way you look, your staunch confidence, your will to carry lift and an inspiration that stays with him. * » * JWE KNOW whereof we-write * '' because we have seen bits of * letters that boys in the forces t "wrote to their sweethearts, their r mothers or their sisters and in * which they express appreciation .* for the courage in their hearts and f their outward calm and beauty. f In other words, flaunt your lip* stick as you would a medal for I bravery! Adopt one of those short »• haircuts that requires only a go« ing through of the comb several I times daily rather than many pre- »cious minutes with a "rattail" fcomb. Rouge those pale cheeks and J hide any incipient fear in your I eyes with a dash of mascara. » Above all, warns the West Coast 1 expert, take great care in apply| ing your makeup. Let it remain f natural. National excitement off ten tends to result in flamboyance t in clothes and in beauty so take * : care in your selection of wardrobe. sing-song preceding the business sessions. All thof;e interested in attending are invited to do so, it has been announced. Club Entertains With Open House Sunday Lubbock Music club members entertained with an open house at the recreation center in the American Legion hall Sunday afternoon honoring 125 enlisted men from the Army Air base. Representatives from the MacDowell Music club presented a musical program and led group singing. These young women were Misses Joyce Watson, Eleanor Mitchell, Dorothy Magee, Marion Chandler and Imogene Webster. Col. and Mrs. Thomas L. Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. George P. Kuykendall were special guests. Colonel Gilbert is commanding officer of the base and Mr. Kuykendall is chairman of the Lubbock defense recreation council. Hostesses were Mesdames Ivy Savage, W. r. Wnnrf. O. O. Brewer, J. B. Rhodes, Fred Litton and R. G. Porter. Twilight Tea Given By Kappa Gamma Mesdames Ralph Caldwell and Dan Ethridge and Miss Ann Kelly, members of the Kappa Gamma sorority, entertained with a twilight tea. Sunday afternoon between 5 and 6 o'clock in the home of Mrs. F. R. Friend, 2005 Broadway. " Twenty-two enlisted men from Lubbock Army Air base were included in the guest list. During the tea Mrs. Ardelle Scales played and sang her composition, "America Sails the Seas," MRS. FRED C. NEAL Miss Anne Ford Is Wed To Fred Neal Miss Anne Ford, owner o: Anne Ford's shop and daughter of Mrs. Eva Ford of 814 Avenue M, and Fred C. Neal, merchandise manager for the shop, were united in marriage Monday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock in the Broad way Church of Christ study with G. C. Brewer, minister, officiat ing with a single ring ceremony The bride wore a black shee wool dressmakers suit with an orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Wyli Briscoe attended the couole. After a short xrip to points o interest in New Mexicoo, the cou pie will be at home at 814 Ave nue M. .ubbock Girl Scouts Planning To Take >arf In 30th Anniversary Celebration Qirl Scout Girl Scouts of Troop 3 practiced sandaging under the direction of C. E, Bat.ton at their meeting last Mrs. M. L. Shepherd Gives Book Review A review of "Fellow Helpers to the Truth" (Stewart) was presented by Mrs; M. L. Shepherd at the First Baptist -Women's Missionary society meeting Monday afternoon at the church. Christine Coffee was honor circle. Seventy-four members met for the review. frida.v. Charlyne Gallagher was a guest, and there were 20 members present. Good and bad manners were discussed at the last meeting of Brownie Troop 4. The troop was divided into groups and skits portraying both good and bad manners were participated in by the girls. The 12 members present voted to bring weekly dues of five cents each for the purchasing of troop supplies. Mrs. T. A. Turner gave a group of Troop 5 girls instructions on how they should complete the Design badge. The rest of the troop worked on the troop projects, a flower quilt and colored afghan. Plan For Tea Troop 6 made plans for a tea to be held at the Girl Scout Little House on March 12, the thirtieth anniversary of Girl Scouting in the United States. The remainde of the meeting v.'as devoted to a study of first aid. At the close o the meeting, the-girls were served refreshments in the home of their leader, Mrs. Herbert Dial. Saturday _ afternoon troop 6 hiked to McKenzie park where they cooked supper and then hiked over the hills before returning home. Those present were: Helen Newsom, Betty Jean Julian, Ellean Burleson, Dorothy Watson, Helen Lois Simpson, Stella Mae Balch, and a guest, Gay Freeman. 0 Girl Scouts of Lubbock are making plans for the observance next month of the thirtieth anniversary of Girl Scouting in the Jnited States, it was announced Monday by Mrs. H. H. Van Aken, Lubbock Girl Scout commissioner. Girl Scouting was brought to this country in 1912 by Mrs. Juliette Gordon Low, who had been associated with the Scouting movement founded in England a few years earlier by Lord Baden- Powell. On the aight of March 12 Mrs. Low called together eight girls at her home in Savannah. Go., and founded the first Girl Scout tronp. City Has 270 Girl Scout* From that tiny nucleus Girl Scouting has grown up, in thirty years, to become a national organization of 523,160 girls and 131,710 adult volunteers—a total of 654,870 girls and women registered at the Girl Scout national headquarters in New York City. The first Girl Scout troop was organized in Lubbock in 1928. The local organization now includes 270 girls and 68 adult volunteers According to an announcemen made today by Mrs. F. W. Eisenberg, chairman of the Lubbock Council's Juliette Low Memoria Fund Committee, interest in the fund, which honors the founder o Girl Scouting in the United States has increased tremendously sine- the outbreak of World War II. A tea for Lubbock Girl Scouts anc their parents has been plannec by the Juliette Low Memoria Fund committee for March 14, 3 t 5 p. m., at the Girl Scout Littl House, 25th and Avenue P. Today's Events .. Needle Club Bee, 3 p. m., Mrs. N, J. Allen. 3119 18th St., Installation of officers and rosebud exchange. Lubbccic Woman's Forum, 3 p. m., Mrs. F. R. Friend, 2005 Broadway, Mesdames H. J. Blngbam, V, O. Cade, James Smith and C. R. Vouns, hoste;«s. First Mfthodist Wesley»n Service Guild, 7:30 p. m., church parlor. Junior Sorosls club. 3 p: m., Mrs. A. C. McDavltt, 2110 21th St. Firr.t Christian Woman's council, 10 a. m., church, R*d Cross jewing. Tuesday- Bible class. 3.30 p. W. T. Raybon, 1110 16th St. m., Mrs MRS. BUSTER PHARR Vows Exchanged In Church Service The marriage of Mrs. Ruth Luttrell,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McCullough, 1903 Eighth street, and Buster Pharr of Lubbock, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Pharr of Petersburg, took place at the Asbury Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 2:22 o'clock. Vernon McCuliuugh, brother of the bride, and Howard Pharr, brother of the bridegroom were ushers and Miss Dorqthy Grace Doose registered guests in a bride's book. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs F. C. Stanley sang "At Dawning,' accompanied by Miss Hallie Wai U t* *%!«.. 1 . 4. 1 First Baptist Rebtkah cl»ss, 3 p. 1 activities center. Treble C\el chorus, 4:30 p. m., First Presbyrerian ' church. Circles S aad « of the First Christian Woman's council, 9:30 a. m., church. Victory club, 1:30 p. m., Mn. L. C, Montgomery, 1108 25lh St. 193* Needl* club. 3 p. m., Mr«. M. G Bowles, 2203 10th St. Neighborhood Sewing circle, I p. m. Mrs. Albln Key, 1507 28th St. Athenaeum club, 3 p. m., Hotel Lubbock Junior Twentieth Century club, 3 p m., room 12. Tech library. Twentieth Century club, 3 p. m., Hole Lubboci;. Clement-Sorosis club. 3 p. rA.. Mrs. Jes Hendrix. 2215 30th St.. Mrs. Clarenc Woods, assistant hostess. Sorosis' club. 3 p. m.. Girl Scout Llttl House, 26th St. and Ave. P. First Aid course, sponsored by Dupr P-TA: 7 p. m., school; Cyril Batton. In Red Cross First Aid course, 3 to m.. sponsored by Junior High s j AR your fingernails one- eighth to a quarter of an inch V ». t in length beyond the tip of the t finger. Your choice in polish re£ mains your own, but the trend is f toward the natural and following > it will save you a curtain lecture 'from your boss or the boy friend. ~\ The requirements of good < grooming are simple. If your «beauty, was important yesterday, ; it is ten times as important today. t * * * * IN THE MAIL f T\EAR MISS TURNER: I had an ». -L' unusual expereince with day- j light saving time. Someone blew i out a fuse in the apartment house *-where I live. It was 7:30 a. m. and * I had to be at work by 8 a. m. j Lucky me, as I had only my shoes I and dress to put on. i Luella Rystrom. f * * * * rpHAT was an unsual experience i •*- all right but scarcely more so F than that which befell a group a church class at a supper in * their teacher's home here recently. ^ Just as the plates were being J served the light current went off I. and the hostess and her assistants t hunted candles and finished their * meal. The current came back'on ^.-just as they were deciding they v could get along all right in a t blackout. t * * * and led group singing. Miss Magdalen Dederick, sorority president, presided at the refreshment table which was covered with-,,a net cloth and centered with red and white carnations and tall white tapers in silver holders. Other special guests were Misses Susie Shipp, Murl Ratliff, Dorothy Ford, Edna Houghton, Patty and Martha Willett and Erma Dell and Betty Floyd, Mesdames Joreta Bardwell, Ruth McKnight, Eula May Toone, Scales and R. tj. sorter. Sorority members present were Mesdames Joe Bachman, H. -B. Hawkins, Lee Fields, Lottie Hilton, H. C. Lewis, Winnie Wheat, Yancey Price and Lucile Smith, Misses Louise Chance, Dederick, Lucille Collier, Helen Hart, Ruth E. Ford. Margaret Previtt, Evelyn Rayfaon and Dorothy Levey. Broadway. Assembly Dance Club Host Saturday Night A number of officers from the Lubbock Army Air base and their wives were special guests of the Assembly Dancing club Satiir- Episcopal Auxiliary Has Lenten Study Mrs. Arthur Young led the first of a series of Lenten studies on "Qod and Myself" at the St. Paul's Episcopal auxiliary meeting Monday afternoon at Seaman hall. The program followed a covered dish luncheon held in the hall. Eighteen -women were present for the study and five members met Monday morning for Red Cross sewing. Lesson Is Taught For Arnett-Benson Class Rev. C. J. McCarty taught a lesson for members of the Arnett- Benson Bible class in a meeting held Monday in the home of Mrs. A. R. Pendley, 2708 Ruby street. Members and guests attending were Mesdames Charles Bauman, C. O. White, A. L. Scott, I. T. Weed, C. A. Pendley, J. R. Scott, Roy Wells, O. B. Pollard, J L. Blair, Bryan Landers,- R. J. Rich, Forest White, L. S. Bradford, J. W. Monk, S. S. S h e 11 o n, Glenn Thrush, John Ingram and Charles Noble. Mrs. Dial and . Mary Curnutte chaperoned the group. Troops Combined Troop 8 and 10 have been combined to make one Junior High school troop under the leadership of Mrs. Bert Collard, jr. The former Troop 8 put on a skit portraying various points of first aid. Officers elected for the new troop are: Nell Rhodes, president; Marjory Allen, vice-president and reporter; Charlotte Scoggin, treasurer; and Joyce Cherry, secretary. Three girls of Troop 20 passed their tenderfoot, test at the last meeting. They were: Mary Ann Holt, Dixie Carol McGehee, and Billie Catherine Weiss. Patricia Norton is a new member and Caroline Bledsoe transfered from an Amarillo troop. . Saturday eight of the girls hiked tq. McKenzie park .for. a weiner roast. Mrs. C. R. Cagle, leader, chaperoned the group. Circle Programs Are Held By Council' .Circle programs were held by members of the First Christian Woman's council Monday afternoon. They were as follows: 1, Mrs. L. A. Williams, 2001 23rd St.; devotion, Mrs. George Forbes; lesson, Mrs. Grady West; 12 regular members and two new ones, Mesdames Joe Long and A. A. Marchant; Mrs. Clara Forbes, Each Girl Scout tries to contribute to the fund a penny for each year of her age. Although it grows literally penny by penny, in one year the amount received nationally leaped from approximately $10,000 to almost §16,000. "The fund was first used to finance world gatherings of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts at Our Chalet, near Adelboden, Switzerland, international Girl Scout meeting place," Mrs. Eisenberg said. "Since war put a stop to world traveling, part of the fund has been used for the relief of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in Britain, China, and other countries which shelter refugees. Another part has been used to sponsor two encampments for Girl Scouts of the Western Hemisphere. These encampments, held near pleasantville, New York, in August, 1940, and near Springfield, Mass., in August, 1941, were attended by delegates from countries of the three Americas, giving them a chance to work and play together and become true Good Neighbors." marches. During the ceremony Miss Wall played "Flower Song." The bride wore a formal dress of shell pink chiffon with lace insertion and a corsage of lavender iris. A reception was held later in the afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. A white wedding cake, decorated with a miniature bridal couple was served with coffee to about fifty guests. After the bride had cut the first slice, Mrs. John Dean of Plainview presided and Mrs. Buster Odell, aunt of the bride, poured coffee. They were assisted in serving by Miss Roberta Steele of Plainview, Mrs. Paul Wilkins of Fort Sumner, N. M., Mrs. Buster Thompson and Mrs. Sheila Neely. The bride's traveling costume was a navy alpaca crepe ensemble with red and white military emblem and beige and red accessories. The couple is to be at home here where Mr. Pharr is employed by the Borden company. P-TA; rooms 107 and 209: Mesdames C E. Roberts and Isabel Garrison, instruc lors. Sunshine urmd Siudy club. i:i5 -p. m.. Mrs. D. R. Patterson, 2013 21lh St., Red ss sewing. FOUND A GLOVE RS. A. B. BROWN of 1923 5 1YL Thirty-fourth street found a f• new bright red ladies' kid glove J by her car which was parked j down town Saturday. She said It t looks like it had not even been *• worn and she knows the woman £ who brought those pretty off color H gloves is just sick about the loss. *' If you are the woman or know t who she is, get in touch with Mrs. •n an{ j ^ e g| O ve is yours * « » \ REUSING CANS I "yOU REMEMBER the other day f -*- Mrs. Earl Thompson of 2321 J' Eighth street raised the question ( of the possibility of reusing cans c and asked that Miss Clara Pratt * be consulted. Miss Pratt said that [ ordinarily they do not recommend i using commercial cans to put up I: foods at home. But if you do use the cans, care should be taken that the same kinds of foods are placed in them as were in them originally, says Miss Pratt. The cans should be washed and stored in a dry, wel ventilated place, she said. Most home can sealers are suited for sealing only No. 2 and No. 3 sizes and the cans should be reflanged just as any other tin cans. There are two kinds of enamel- lined cans, Miss Pratt said: (1) The C-cnamel, developed for corn and similar vegetables, a bright yellow; (2) R or sanitary enamel, developed to hold color lor beets and beans and foods in the bright colors. Madonna Circle Gives Program For Society Members of the Madonna circle were in charge of a special program at the Central Baptist Women';; Missionary society meeting Monday afternoon in the activities center. Mrs. Ran Smith dismissed the group with a prayer. Twenty r two women were present. E. A. McClure, 2110 ' ' ' H. D. Ralph Dorothy Casey Bride Of Robert Shipp, Jr. In a single ring ceremony read Saturday in Clovis, N. M., Miss Dorothy. Casey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Casey of Wolfforth, became the bride of Robert Shipp, jr., son of Robert Shipp of Ackerly. Rev. G. W. Bailey, pastor of ths First Methodist church, officiated with the ser- Two Entertain With 5 arty Saturday Honoring Miss Ruby Mauldin, \1isses Mary Frances Mauldin and Eugenia Faye -Bishop entertained with a party Saturday night at 2825 Elm street. After games were played, the honoree was presented with gifts. Refreshments were served to Herschel Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sullivan, Wanda Horton, Grady Baze, • Juanita McCollough, Jpearl Lee Highley, Pressley, Mary Mauldin, Jean McLaurin, . Mary and Meta Ruth Rice, Lila 'Jean Martin, LaNell Stacy, Phillis Highley, Mrs. Eva M. Rice and Mrs. A. E. Bishop. Roy Paschal sent a gift. Methodist Society ias Circle Meets, First Methodist Woman's So- iety of Christian Service circle meetings Monday afternoon were eported as follows: Alaska, Mrs. J5. W. Brown, chairman; Mrs. Reginald Rushing, 2905 ,21st St.; Mrs. M. K. Foster, assis- anc hostess; lesson, Mrs. T. A. Regers, 22 members. Bolivia, Mrs. E. T. Kelly, chairman; Mrs. D. D. Cross, 3001 20th St.; lesson, Mrs. Cecil Matthews; 11 members and one visitor. China Circle China, Mrs B. E. Needles, chairman; Mrs. A. S. Meinecke, 3115 19th St.; lesson, Mrs. B. L. Cogdell; 14 members and a visitor. Africa, Mrs. J. P. Giles, chairman; Mrs. Marvin B. Hilburn, 1220 Ave. M; lesson, Mrs. Hilburn; 16 members, 2 visitors and a new member. Brazil, Mrs. W. T. Strange, chairman and hostess at home of Mrs. Pebble Talley, 1510-B Ave. M; lesson, Mrs. A. C. Sanders; 14 members. Cuba, Mrs. Sam Stewart, chairman; Mrs. O. B. Trinkle, 1411 13th St.; Mrs. J. C. Stansell, assistant hostess; lesson, led by a Mrs. McCarthy; 19 members. In Rush Home India> Mrs. Arthur E. Gamble, chairman; Mrs. Rufus Rush, Levelland highway; lesson, Mrs. Rush; 14 members. Japan, Mrs. Henry Lawson, chairman and hostess, 1602 Ave. X; Mrs. C. L. Dixon. assistant hostess; lesson, Mrs. G. C. Beard; 7 members and 3 visitors. Poland, Mrs. J. D. Peters, chairman; Mrs. Arch King, 1717 31st St.; devotion, Mrs. Harold Humphries, assistant hostess 14 members. Argentinia, Mrs. Vernon Brown, chairman; Mrs. Floyd Beall, 2627 21st St.; Mrs. T. W. Stoneroad, assistant hostess, lesson, Mrs.C. H. Charles Henry Barnett, Robert Smith; 21 members and a visitor. VISITOR HERE Mrs. G. C. Barrier of 1948 Avenue. N has had as visitors in her home her daughter, Mrs. Tom Williams and children of Monahans. Mrs. Williams will be remembered as the former Miss Mary Elizabeth Barrier.- bride wore a navy suit Brown again. AND -"- of Many WO MEN get 2-Way heip! MRS. HERBERT BROWN, the Brownfield. highway, also called in an answer to the question. She says that from her nine years' experience with canning that it doesn't pay to use left-over cans from grocery stores. That these are too thin and will not take a recanning process and that a majority of the cans will have had an acid in them (like tornatoes) that would make "it impossible to use. Bought empty cans are different nhe said and can be used about three times. However, if tin cans, such as those that corn and fruit come in, are thick enough they might be reused, Mrs. Brown said. Jack York and his orchestra played for dancing. Pupils from Debby Lail's dance school were presented. Honoring Mrs. Rollin T. Herald, the former - Miss Helenoire Reynolds, Mrs. Albert Barnett, 1310 Avenue R, entertained with a shower Saturday afternoon. Miss Carolyn Reynolds, sister of the honoree, played a violin solo, "Berceuse," accompanied by Miss Maxine Miller who played a piano selection, "The Fountain." The lace-covered refreshment table was decorated with spring flowers. Mrs. W. P. Garvin presided at the silver service. Trie guests were Mesdames J. I). Peters, M. Wheeler, C. R. Hurmence, C. N. Wood, N. H. Holt, Cecil Matthews, G. C. Beard, Clyde F. Elkins, J. P. Howard, Roy Killingsworth, C. M. Ballenger, G. W. McCleary, Ed Terrell, J. T. Shaver, E. F. Alford, W. A. Dykes, C. P. Carlock, O. B. Trinkle, George Houghton, H. I. Robinson, W. E. Humphries and J. C. Reynolds, mother of the bride. a visitor. 2, Mrs. 30th St.; devotion, Mrs. Phillips; lesson, Mrs. Brock; 9 members. 3, Mrs. Bob Crawford, 1723 29th St:; devotion, Mrs. D. B. Weeks; lesson, Mrs. Odis Hackney; 9 members. .4, Mrs. W. T. Milam, 3810 Ave. H; devotion, Mrs. W. M. Harris; lesson, Mrs. L. S. Mast; 10 members. 7, Mrs. J. D. Nelson, 1905 8th St.; lesson, Mrs. John Wherry; Mrs. Odis Kackney, visitor and 12 members present. 8, Mrs. George Dearorff, 910 7th • St.; devotion, . Mrs. Roxie Crausbay; round table discussion led by Mrs. Mule Davis; 9 members. vice. The with black accessories and a corsage of American beauty roses. Miss Betty Savage and Harold Thompson of Lubbock were attendants, and Billy Casey, brother of the bride, accompanied them. Mrs. Shipp is a graduate of Frenship High school and received her B. S. degree from Texas Technological college in 1941. She has been teaching homemaking at Forsan. Mr. Shipp was graduated from Ackerly High school and attended Tech college two years where' he was a member of the Centaur social club for men. He is now. associated with his father in business at Ackerly where the couple will be at home until Mr. Shipp leaves for the United States Army Air corps. Party Is Honor To Nancy Grace Davis Mrs. Wilson Davis, 1305 Twenty-fifth street, entertained -with a party recently to honor her daughter, Nancy Grace, on her fifth birthday. Games were played and pictures taken. Refreshments were served to Donald E. Allison, Frances Davis, Dolores Brown; Arthur Joe Gentry, Genelle Olen- bush, Bobby Wayne King, Billy Joe Taylor, Wynell Beasley, Tony Ray Allen and Robert Louis Anderson. Sending fits gifts were Peggy Ann Mahon and Barbara June Sudduth. Sudan Study Club Is Aiding With Defense Members of the 1935 Study club of Sudan are becoming defense minded. t£7 US MODERNIZE SPIAMOND / RING at the Red Cross work room for a sewing. The club no longer serves refreshments, but instead each hostess donates one dollar in defense stamps. At the end of the club year a §25 bond will be purchased to add to the 5100 bond recently purchased. Rev. Jeff Welch To Speak To TEL Class Rev. Jeff Welch will discuss Red Cross work at.the Central Baptist TEL class meeting with Mrs. S. H. Eiltott, 1909 Avenue J, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. R. C. Bolton Is H-D Club Hostess Twelve members attended the Wolfforth Home Demonstration club meeting Friday afternoon with Mrs. R. C. Bolton. "Who's Who in Our Organization" was title of a program presented with Mesdames A. R. Carlisle, R. S. Hobgood, Bolton, B. F. Deriton Raymond Hitt, J. D. Brown and C. B. GiHet taking parts. Mrs. Hobgood led the group in a George Washington game. Mrs J. D. Brown won the prize. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Fred Worsham March 6. Truth Seekers Class Meets In Home Home Miss May Home, 2201 Twenty- third street, was hostess to members of the Calvary Baptist Truth Seekers class with a luncheon Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Whittenburg, president, presided for a brief business session. MEETING CHANGED Mrs. J. A. Hodges, 1320 Four- .eenth street, will be hostess to the Loyal Sisters Needle club Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock' instead of as scheduled in Sunday's paper. Helps Prevent COLDS Developing Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up each nostril at the very firstsniffle or sneeze. Its quick action aids Nature's defenses mgm+mfm against colds. Follow VICKS VA T30 MOL MOUNTING Just $19-75 Less allowance for your old mounting! Your diamond reset by our expert! Bring your diamong ring up to date! Have your diamond reset now in this smartly styled streamlined yellow gold mounting with 2 brilliant side diamonds. Your old mounting in trade! 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