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—THE MORWNG AVALANCHE By Margaret Turner C AN'T you remember when picking up sugar cubes id-restaurants for iriomentoes used to be fun, like collecting autographs? But now it is definitely in bad taste, close kin to hoarding. * »• * STEFAN 2WEIG M OST everyone \vlio reads an appreciable amount has at one time or other enjoyed a biography by Stefan Zwcig, whether it be Mary, Queen of Scotland, Marie Antoinette or Magellan, the Explorer. But how many know that he wrote a tender little love story, "Letter From An Unknown Woman" that was made into a movie and started Margaret Sullivan on the road to cinema fame? The novelette was known as . "Only Yesterday' 1 when it became a movie and starred Miss Sullivan and John Boles. We came across it one afternoon when we were browsing in a local book shop. It is as tenderly written and beautifully told story o£ unrequited love as we have ever read. * * * RECEIVES PRAISE S WEET praise from Critic John Rosenfield, which is cherished by any one fortunate to warrant his okeh, came to Elizabeth Arnett of Lamesa, former Tech stud' ent and niece of a number of Lubbock residents, following her performance in Dallas Little Theater's play, "Shadow and Substance" Monday night. Miss Arnett had the role of Brjgid, the servant girl who is cherished by the canon for her "classical simplicity" and of her acting Mr. Rosenfield wrote in his .column "Stage in Review:" "The pefformance. Monday night had a star. She was Elizabeth Arnett, a pretty girl from West Texas, who met the difficulties of her assignment with the greatest resources. Nothing short of the subtlest shading could make plausible and affecting the fanatical intensity of her vision scenes. Miss Arnett artfully kept the performance in a low, almost whispering key and reached her climaxes by deft underscoring. She saved herself and us the horrors of stentorian emoting. "Miss Arnett spent three " years in tie old Dallas Little Theater schooL Since then she has acted in various parts oi the country, sometimes oro- fessionaUy. She has perfected the means for diffident, su- persensit i v e characterization that are unecyjaled by any other talent available on Maple avenue." ulizabeth is the niece of Sam C. Arnett, Mrs. Floyd Beall, Mrs. T. W. Stoneroad and Mrs. G. G. Johnson. * * * TODAY'S BOUQUET jyHE-RE'S a pretty young woman J- who has been" an important part of the Tech home economics tiivision who'll be greatly missed hut the college's loss is" gain to Lubbock's business section. We refer to Mrs. Anna Burt Gibson, who has resigned as secretary to Dean Margaret Weeks and has accepted a position with the Lubbock National bank. Mrs. Gibson is that rare person, an efficient secretary and a personable one. She's clever, she's pretty, she's willingly done research for us when \ve called to cheek on matters pertaining to home economics girls, and whatever 'she promises she'll attend to consider that already done. She cooks, she keeps a pretty home, she gardens and she is mother and capable advisor to a young daughter. The Tech girls have been moaning since they discovered that Miss Weeks is losing • her "office girl." * * * « The other day the home economics faculty gave a little tea for Anna Burt and presented her With a mahogany coffee table. * * * _.. HONOR STUDENT T. D. RANKIN, jr., has been con- V sistently at the head of the Balls senior class this year, averaging 97 with the nearest in competition a 94. Due. to the fact that he has not had his junior and senior years completely in Rails he is not eligible to compete for class honors. : J. D. thinks be is best in mathematics, but he has not fallen below 90 in any subject .this year. He wants to be a pilot when he gets out of school but fears a slight defect vision will not permit He New under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration I.. Does not roc dresses or men's shim. Does nor irriute skin. 2. No vriiting to dry. Cm be used right after shaving, 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 dip. Removes odor from perspiration. < '*. A pure, -(vh-te, greaselejs, skinless vanishing crejin. 5. Arrid his been awarded ihe Approval Seal ofthe American losiimte of Laundfring for being harmless to fabrics. Aiiid is th« LARGEST 3EUING DEODORANT. Try a Jar today! AKRID .ubboek, Texas, Thursday, February 26, 1942 Dia? 4343 For The 'Avdlanche-Jeurnel Of fiefs Red Cross Sewing Is Feature Of Club Programs Wednesday Afternoon ^jl VJ 11 II I I ° ——-•'-'•• • • — . • """" * Other Meetings Held For Social .Hours Sewing for the Red Cross was featured on a number of ciub programs Wednesday afternoon white other meetings were held for games and social hours. Mrs. D. M. Henderson, 2420 Twentieth street, entertained for members of the 1916 Needle club. Members attending were Mesdames J. B. Edwards, J. H. Bryan, E. R. Allen, E. B. Green, W. E. Lyle. J. A. Kimme). H. G. Bizzell, Willie Brown, R. T. Coffee, W. D. Arnett, F. F. Young, E. L. Banks and W. H. Edgett. Mrs. J. L. Spooner was a guest. For an all-day meeting and Red Cross, sewing, members of the Timely Ten club met with Mrs. Loyd Ricketts, .2111 Sixth street. Attending were Mesdames Glenn Hammonds, Lester Cooper, C. R. McLaurin, H. H. Penninger, C. B. Lively, Paul Warren, Lev! Duncan, Bruce Hendrickson and Clifton Camp. Mrs. Penninger, 607 Avenue O, will be hostess to the club for an all-day meeting next Wednesday. Mesdames John R. Hall and Fred Rogers were special guests at the Loyal Sisters Needle club meeting with Mrs. J. A. Hodges, 1320 Fourteenth street. Members present were Mesdames L. Walthall, Ralph Moore, J. G. Oslin, W. H. Trice, D. A. Atkins, W. G. Lofland, Garrett Hawkins, Bruce Hendrickson, L. R. Wood, J. R. Potts and B. E. Noell. Mrs. John Morrison wiil be hostess March 11. Games of bingo were featured at the Borden Needle club meeting with Mrs. Tom Gibon, 401 Avenue C, as hostess, and Mr<= T C. JsrrcU =c cc-hostcss. Mrs. John Minton was a special guest. Other members attending were Mesdames P. C. Mitchell Ben Jenkins, Jack MiJler, T. E Crites, A. C. Maxcy and R. E' Ellison. Forty-Two Played Mrs. F. K. Mitchell entertained for members of the Halcyon forty- two club in the.home of Mr' Lora Tucker, 1506 Avenue R. Special guests were Mesdames Jess Levis the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J : M. Rankm with whom he makes his home. • * * SUGAR SAVER Mix some raisins with apples for apple pie arid YOU can lighten up about 3 table spoons on the sugar. Spread : 3 tablespoons honey over the ' filling before adjusting the top crust." • » * PATRICIA'S LOST TWTR. and Mrs. M. G. Bowles of J-V-L 2203 Tenth street are sad over the disappearance of their cat, Patricia, who has been a member of the household for the last^nme^ years. She left home uiusiuay night uetwceu 7 and 3 oclock and has not been seen since. The cat is snow white and has one blue eye and one green eye. MRS. A. C. SANDERS, JR. Mrs. A. C. Sanders Jr., Is Elected " President Of Allegro Club Wednesday •> r***. A *-» r- -i • . ' A. C. Sanders, jr., was >-,>•>„= jrionf r tv. in ""^«.o on u Knusiea men irom me president of the Allegro Lubbock Army Air -base Sundav -inv, »f - .— ;-.. v.-,, ° **™ a y Mrs. chosen Music club at a meeting held Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Elois Elliott, 2209 Sixteenth street. Mrs. Raymond Marshall resigned from presidency of the club. Refreshment-: will be served to ens, Minnie Fickas and W. C. Bar- netr. Mrs. Levens scored high for guests. Members present were Mesdames A. C. Meinecke, James Samson, J. C. Stansell, Webb Duval, W. E. Humphries, M. K. Foster and O. B. Trinkle. Mrs. Foster scored high for members. Mrs. John L. Sullivan became a new member of the Colonial Needle club at a meeting held with Mrs. Bryan Landers, 1810 Ninth street. Sewing for the Red Cross was done. Members attending were Mes- ^. Foster, W. J. Baker, E!!>5 Martin, A. L. Curtis, C. D' Puckett and Roy Parks. Mrs. W. V. Lewis, 1318 Twenty- eighth street, will be hostess March 11. Another Lester's Feature! STERLEHCS SILVEBl ENGRAVING OF NAME AND ADDRESSl -.- -;'"-:Vi : ci.^-":'/p;<-, '•';;' ^f"j Erery member of /our : should we»r one \ during blackouts. The« «olid aUrlinj tilter fcrirelets ire attractive a» welt at nsefal. V o n, tm - btr of your famitj should ir without one. BHJ- -yoari bnraedlitrrlj-. Re- mcmlwr—7»or name and atJrfms fn- tr»T«d free. It's Smart T6 Trade At Lexer's! cadets and enlisted men from the alternoon the American Legion hall, tempor ary recreation center for the men. Mrs. R. B. Parkinson was program director. The following program was presented: "White Orchids" (James Francis Cook), Mrs Chester Elliott; "Pond-Lily" (Albert Spaulding), Mrs. Newton Walton; "I'm so glad trouble don't last always' 1 <R. N. Dctti, "Follow Me" (R. N. Dett), Mrs. F. C. Stanley; "Rhapsody in Blue" (Gershwin), Mrs. Sanders. Refreshments of sandwiches, tea and cake were served by the hostess to 18 members and two guests. Southside Class To Have Bible Study Southside Bible Study class will meet at 3 o'clock 'this afternoon with Mrs. W. R. Dean, 1301 Thir- tid ~" Miss Feigenspan Wed To Alton Atfeberry AMARILLO, Feb. 25, Announcement has been received of the marriage of Miss Elsie Feigenspan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Feigenspan of Skellytown, to Alton Attebcrry of Portales, N. M., which took place recently in Portales. The bridegroom's father, Rev. V. B. Attebm-y, pastor of the First Nazarene church in Albuquerque, N. M., officiated. The couple left after a reception for a short wedding trip to Midland. • Mrs. Atteberry was graduated from White Deer High school and Texas Technological college. She was a member of the Forum and was president of Women's Dormitory No. 1 Mr. Atteberry was graduated from the University of Oklahoma at Norman. The couple will be at home in Portales. Food And Yard Goals Selected By Members Food and yard goals were selected by members of the Slaton Home Demonstration club at their meeting held recently with Mrs. J. F. Henry, yard demonstrator. Miss Clara Pratt, county home demonstration agent, told the group that in pruning one should make a clean smooth cut close to the trunk or main stems and avoid tearing the bark. Pruning shears should be used, she said. Mrs. Douglgs Wilson was enrolled as a new member. Others attending were Mesdames Roy Collins, E. E. Wilson, W. H. Long R. .C. Hall, I. C. Tucker, Annie Reed. C. E. Lilley, P. M. Wheatley, W. N. Williams, and Henry Robinson. The club will meet March 4 at 2 o'clock at the Slaton club house. Sunshine Child Study Club Does Sewing Sewing for the Red Cross was done Tuesday afternoon from 1:15 to 3;30 o'clock by members-of the Sunshine Child Study club in the home of Mrs. D. R. Patterson.' Later a program was presented with Mrs. R. L. Hooten speaking on "Don't Let Your Child Be a Dictator" and Mrs. Clyde Tatum discussing parliamentary law. Those present were Mesdames Joe Baldridge, Frank Bass J H Brock, J. D. Gammill, Lewis Kit-' trell, C. C. Ferryman, W. M. Ryan, J. C Sanders, C. W. Tatum, O. A. Woody, Hugh Ragland and A. D. Montgomery. COLDS; FIGHT MISERY ~, FIGHT MISERY where you feel it-rub % Itf+lffi throat-behest and 1/1CKS backvrtthtime-tested Cinderella Shop 1105 BROADWAY ADVANCE PRING SUITS! SMART NEW DRESS MAKER OR MAN TAILORED SUITS IN TWEEDS . . . PASTELS AND PLAIDS. SIZES FOR MISSES AND WOMEN. USE OUR POPULAR LAY-A-WAY PLAN SWART OPTOMETRiC CLINIC Dr. Millard R Swarf OR. AUH R. HAMILTON PR, HARRY J. SMITH MYRICK BUILDING LUBBOCK MRS. JENNIE SIMPSON * * -K Mrs, Jennie Simpson Has 80th Birthday CROSBYTON, Feb. 25. (Special) —Mrs. Jennie Simpson, mother of 11 children, 30 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren, observed her 80th birthday last week at which time an open house was held in her honor in Crosbyton. Five children entertained with the party. Mrs. Simpson wore a plain black dress, a corsage of white carnations and a single gardenia in her hair. A huge birthday cake, flanked with red, white and blue candles in silver holders, centered the table. Three grand daughters, poured tea lor over 120 suests who called. A 9 year old grandson registered guests. Grandsons In Service Mrs. Simpson was born in Weston, Coliin county, in 1803 and was married in 1379 to the late J. T. Simpson. She now has three grandsons in the service, Lieut Frank F. Carter, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Pvt. First Class James Minyard Simpson, Fort Ord, California; and John D. Simpson, defense employe, Pearl Harbor. Children present for the open house were Messrs, and Mesdames Boy Carter, Wichita Falls; Cecil Simpson, Wichita Falls; J. H. Davis, Lubbock; R. C. Simpsori, Crosbyton and Mrs. Carmen Bern- To Coordinate Activities, LADS Disband; Will Become Members Of Hub-Eftes At a called meeting Tuesday n'ght at the Hilton hotel the Lubbock Air Defense Service voted to disband and to become members of the Hub-Ettes Brigade, which is sponsored by the Lub- boek Defense Recreation council. This action v/as taken in order to coordinate co-ed defense recreation work into a united whole. Miss J?n«.' Woodruff, president ol the LADS, explained the situation to the group and said that duplication of effort might be avoided and needs for entertaining the enlisted men and cadets at Lubbock Army Air base be met more effectively through a single organization. It was pointed out that the disbandment may be considered temporary and in the event such an organization is needed in the future the initial steps already have been taken to meet the need. The Hub-Ettes has as its main purpose to carry on functions in behalf of the soldiers stationed at the air base, both in the vicinity of Lubbock and at the base, in- bry, Crosbyton. Grandchildren attending were Julian Simpson, Wichita Falls; Tommie E. Davis, Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. C. Cope Wright, Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Shaw, Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farley, Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Farley, AmariHo; Miss Lucille Simpson, Crosbyton; Miss Melba Simpson, Crosbyton; Miss Jackie Ann Bembry, Crosbyton; Master Don Simpson, Crosbyton. 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