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a' i MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Tftxos, Saturday, February 28, -1942 Dial 4343 Fcr The Avalanche-Journal Offices By Margaret Turner QOLDIER, sailor and civilian are O findirg n powerful stimulus to rribrale m music, according to many statesmen and educators ,who have joined in urging t'ne nation to make the greatest -use of this -instrument in its fight for : freedom. "Music has been termed by Mayor LaGuardia of New York as Cadets From Lubbock Air Base To Be ht At D ance Hilton Hotel To Be Scene For Social Honoring members of the first contingent of flying cadets from the Lubbock Army Air bf<se, a formal dance will be given tonight from 9 to 12 o'clock at the Hilton hotel. Members of the Hub- Ette brigade will be the cadets' "morale builder without an dancing partners. equal." Senator O'Daniel (you remember his Hill Billy band, of course, 1 says "proper music will do more to inspire patriotism, elevate morale, submerge sorrow and encourage increased effort than any other form of activity." We're telling you this to lead up to- u request. Several young men at the Lubbock Army Air base are organizing an orchestra. They are sadly in need of a bass fiddle and a piano and would appreciate the loan of such instruments. Of course later there will be squadron funds to take care of measures like this but at present all they have is the desire for an orchestra and a few ments. brass instru- If you have an upright piano you are willing to let the young men borrow for a time won't you telephone your name to the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce? * * * GOT THE BIRD The Woman's Angle hopes the response is as hearty but not as generous as that to the announcement Mrs. F. O. Kelly had a canary to give away. Seventy-five persons called or came by Friday to ask Xui tlie little songster. * » * . IN THE MAIL D EAR Margaret: Last Saturday someone sent a picture of an elderly woman to me, thinking it •was of me, but it is not. It was picked up on the highway at Rails. It.is tinted and is about 8 by 10 inches. I am sure the owner would like to. find it but I hardly thought it would be looked for in the "lost and found" in the classified columns. Since then I saw In your column t letter telling of a lost glove and wondered if you would mind tnentioning the picture. It is at my \ bffica, 716 Main street. " Vrhank you, •Mrs.-A. W. McKee. * * * D 'EAR Woman's Editor: This Is to call your attention to the mention of glycerin in the St. Patrick's day release mailed you ph Feb. 21. Because of the wartime need for glycerin, used in the trianufacture' of munition explosives, it is vitally essential that the sentence, "the bubbles will last linger, incidentally, if you add a teaspoon of glycerin to each three eups of water in making the suds," p« omitted from the text of the St. Patrick's day release. The release was prepared before the Pearl Harbor attack, feihcsi'.that time glycerin has become nationally important. Its use phould certainly not be advocated for bubble-blowing. * *' * •We are printing that letter to call to your mind that even big fcompanies recognize the need of saving in little things. If we stopped "buddle blowing" of all natures for the duration we would all Floor Shovr Tiny Fogle's seven-piece orchestra from Amaril'.o will play arid a floor show by Debby Lail's pupils will include: Military tap, Miss Lai!; French can-can, Martha Boyd and Gloria Bess Darden; novelty di-de-umph, Mary Nabors, Ruth Apperson and Martha Boyd. In addition, Mrs. Brunette Harper will sing and Norma Day and Jim Ballew, WPA jitterbugs, will dance, accompanied by T. J. Teter at the piano. Durwood Bradley will give an address of welcome to the cadets. Other special guests will include Col. and Mrs. Thomas L. Gilbert; Lieut. Charles D. Sonnkalb, commandant of cadets; Capt. George F. Keene, squadron commanding officer, and Mrs. Keene; Major Thomas F. Wilds, squadron commanding officer, and Mrs. Wilds; Lieut. Col. Daniel S. Campbell, director of flying, and Mrs. Campbell; Lieut. Byron W. Goulding, educational and recreational officer, and Mrs. Goulding; Mrs. Bradley; George P. Kuykendall, chairman of the Lubbock Defense Recreation council sponsoring the dance, and Mrs. Kuykendall; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maxey, Mr. and Ivlrs. Yet-nice Ford, Tvlr. and Mrs. Knox T. Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Bondurant of the steering committee; -Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Stiles and Dr; and Mrs. Ol$n Key and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. 'Davis; Mesdames Stiles, Key and Davis being members of the co-ed .committee; Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Harvey of the talent committee; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Porter, Mrs. Porter being chairman of the sponsors committee; J. A. Raley, vice-chairman of the defense council, Mrs. Raley; G. C. Dowell, chairman of intra-mural sports, and Mrs. Dowell. Cadets To Attend Cadets who will attend' include Robert E. Arnold, Jerry H. Ayers, Robert H. Baker, Leon W. Bass, Assurance Given That Girls, Young Women Of Entire Area Eligible For Hub-Eftes JUNIOR QUEEN—Flora Lee (Bill) Williams, above, was crowned queen of the Junior prom Friday night in Lubbock hotel. She had been named by the junior class several days ago but results of the election were kept secret .until the announcement by Kenneth Robbins of Dallas, president. Miss Williams is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Williams of Farwell and is a junior journalism student. Charles E. Beall, Perry H. Bell, Theodore A. Bell, Frank C. Belohlavek, James L. Bowman, Frank S. Bowne, Charles J. Richard Crocker, T. Cella, James L. be better off. : Leftover Sandwiches TF YOU have sandwiches left over •*-:from lunch one day, don't count -them lost. Wrap in a damp , cloth' or wafced paper and store in the refrigerator. Next day - they may be 'grilled on your electric sandwich grill or served with a cheese or cream sauce. Crossey, Joseph M. Daugherty, Alexander Drysdale, Ralph M. Edwards, John A. Eitel, Edward C. Fiood. John H. Gilbert, Edward B. Giller, Roy H. Guess, Charles R. Hankins, Norman T. Hardee, Richard Hattendorf, Wilbur Hattendorf, Samuel A. Hawes, Augustus M. Hendry,. Bernard H. Hoffman, Walter M. Jordan, Joseph B. Kelly, Gerald F. Leinweber, Frank L. McCIure, Robert J. Meyer, William M. Murphy, Vicent E. Nash, Robert H. Perkins, Harold C. Pfau, Howard F. Porter, Robert E. Raquet, William J. Rhodes, William H. Robinson. Phillip D. Rodgers, Eugene E. Ryan, Richard B. Stanton, Henry J. Strenkofsky, George F. Swearingen, James R. Thompson, Wesley M. Tibbetts, Peter A. Trick, Robert G. Turner, Wilbur L. Uebelhoer, Herbert J. Wagner William H. Wilson, John N. Wimberly, James A. Hilley, Paul E. Hoeper, Richard A. Monroe and Julius F. Schoenberg. Rebekah Lodge Has Social Thursday Over 200 persons attended the Rebekah lodge benefit pie supper given Thursday night in the IOOF hall. A style show was presented with men modeling women's clothes. Those modeling street clothes were Messrs. A. C. Davis, C. Richardson, and Tobe Burdett; sports wear, Messrs. W. C. Woods and C. A. Pierce; evening dresses, Messrs. Ralph Pierce, T. C. Porter, Milton Dean, William Rollwage and Mason White. Others modeling were W. M. Gaston, Clyde Jones and Billy Nation. E. E. Terrell was master of ceremonies and Burton S. Burks was auctioneer. Prizes were presented to Messrs. Pierce and Davis. A trio who lur- nished music during the evening was composed of Messrs. Billy Medley, Jack Thompson and Benny Lowe. According to assurances givenf Friday morning, girls and young women residing in the entire Lubbock area are eligible for membership in the Hub-Ettes brigade.' This assurance resulted from^an inquiry by Miss Elaine D. Hughes, employe of the soil conservation service in Brownfield, as to whether membership in the Hub-Ettes is confined to residents of Lvib- bock. She has been informed that it is not, and a membership application blank was forwarded to her. Other girls and young women in nearby towns wishing similar blanks were invited to send for them. Miss Hughes-svas credited with having suggested the thought, by her inquiry, that organizations of units of the Hub-Ettes in other towns of the area may be practical and desirable. If so, it was explained, it may prove an important contribution to the efforts of the brigade to help provide entertainment for men in the armed services. The procedure to be followed, 11 applications for membership are received from out-of-town girls will be the same as- those receivec from girls living in Lubbock. The application will be passed upon by a committee appointed for that purpose, and will be accepted or rejected. Girls accepted into membership will be provided with the official badgp and other cre<Jpnti?».!s which Brownfieid Pupils Are in Recita! BROWNFIELD. Feb. 27. (Spec al) — Miss Gertrude Rasco will present several piano pupils in a •ecital tonight at 8 o'clock at the Jessie Randal school auditorium. The following pupils will play: Donald Wayne Audress, Deenie Ballard, Peggy Black, Patsy Black, Aurelia Anne Cbbb, Patsy Carter, Ronnie Daniel, Scharlyn Darriell, De Loves Gillham, Guenette Glover, Mary Nell Hanks Billy Mack Herod, Eileen Jacobson, AUhea Jacobson, Leon Lewis Maud Alice McCracken, Christine McDuffie, Cheezy McSpadden Irvin Nelson, Betty Noble, Louise Raybon, Lynne Sturges, Cynthia Tankersley, Juanda Ruth Turner Minnie Lee Walton, Virginia Wai ton, Nancy Weir, Frances Weir Darma Ruth McElroy, Mildred Eu banks and Vivian Eubanks. will make them eligible to participate in Hub-Ette activities. Food Selection Made Like Home Situation For the purpose of making class work in food selection more nearly like a situation to be met in the buying of familly groceries, food classes in future homemaking 1A at Junior High school have been going on field trips lately. Housewarming Honor To Mrs. E. W. Babb Honoring Mi's. E. W. Babb, 241 Twentieth street, members of th First Baptist Bethenian class en tertained with a housewarmin Thursday afternoon at 4 o'cloc! at the Babb home. Gifts were hidden with alarn clocks which went off every thre minutes. Refreshments of coffee and doughnuts were served to Mesdames Ed Holcomb, M. L. Hogan, Bill McCarty, J. H. Cox, C. O. AAUW Dramatic Unit •las Novel Party Dressed as children or teen-age girls and boys carrying their pa- >er sack lunches, members of the dramatic unit of the American Association of University Women met Thursday night with Mrs. Rem Thonvon. "Last Day of School in Pine Holler" was subject o£ the program. Miss Aldine Swepslon, who was program chairman, and Mrs. E. Waite were the "schoolmarms." Mrs. J. L. Teal, Mrs. Ivy Savage, Miss Kathryno Temple and Miss. Ruth Keeter took parl in a debate on "Resolved: That the Blue Back Speller Should Replace Radio Spelling." Each member present gave a declamation. Present were Mesdames Leroy T. Patton, R. G. Porter, W. D O'Brien, Josephine Ballanger, O M. Stewart, David Smith, Teal Savage, Grace White, Waite anc Rem Thomson, members, Misses Keeter, Temple, Swepston, Eu genia Harper and Opal McMahon members, and Miss Evelyn Smith Miss Carole Barnes, Mrs. Ardelle Scales and Miss Dorothy Waite visitors. Mrs. Thomson announced plan for a pageant to be presented bj me unit at the seventh distric Federation of Women's club meeting in March. A cheery dish for cold days— tropical sweet potatoes the KARO way Here's the way to add savor, flavor, and new interest to those 1 old favorites —sweet potatoes! Better make two servings for | everybody —they're that good! HOORAY!. Central Ward" P-TA Elects Officers For an election 'of officers and a panel discussion on "My Part in Four Clark's of the grocery. classes visited They were di- Pendley, C. A. Martin, Prentice Wilson, Carl Marsh, H. C. Hamilton,' J. A. Jones and R. N. Land. Mrs. Leila Ashford is class teacher. Visitors attending were Mesdames J. E. Benefield and Glenn Williams. Mrs. Fuller Hostess To Amicita Club Games of forty-two were played at the Amicita club meeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Clayson Fuller, 2507 Twenty-sixth street. Members attending were Mesdames Ira Krebbs, Wan-en Rogers, Clifford Viertel, J. D. Strickland, Bonnie Hays and a guest, Mrs. D. N. Mills. Mrs. R. H. Woolam, 1911 Eighteenth street, will be hostess March 12. ! TROPICAL SWEET POTATOES ] \ S medium sized sweet potatoes, bailed > ', Y 2 cap KARO (blue label) • ; ! % cap crushed pineapple (canned) with juice \ \ 2 tablespoons melted butter • ', ! Peel and cut potatoes in '/2-' nc ' 1 slices. Place in r ! shallow oiled baking dish. Combine remaining in- i 1 grediems and pour over potatoes. Bake in moderate i . | oven (375 degrees F.) 30 minutes. Makes 6'servings. | ! Sweet potatoes prepared "the KARO way" are as good for you as they are delicious. For KARO. ; rich in Dextrose, food-energy sugar. vided into committees and each committee was assigned a special group of food products to investigate as to variety, cost, brand, quality and storage and arrangement in the store. Classes making these trips are taught by Mrs. J. C. Bateman and Misses Frances Caffey, Betty Haffey and Mary Glenn Bates, practice teachers from Texas Technological college. 3=, XI m Mrs, Ralph Robinson Elected Club Head Mrs. .Ralph Robinson was elected president of the Junior Sunshine Child Study club at a meeting held with Mrs. Martin Graves as hostess and Mrs. A. R. McGuire ES assistant hostess Thursday. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. J. M. Baggett, vice president;-Mrs. Donald Robertson, sec. retary; Mrs. John Portwood, treasurer and Mrs. Rudolph Peel, re- Triple Four Club Has Party Thursday Night Members of the Triple Four club met Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Lora Tucker, 1506 Avenue R, as guests of Mrs. Lucile Smith. Mrs. Joreta Bardwell wag s guest. Members attending ware Mesdames Vernice Ford, J. D. Jenkins, Anna Burt Gibson, Frank Gurnm, Clayton Gammill, Misses Flossie Burkholder, Marguerite Whipp, Winifred Hay, Myrtie Swell and Margaret Turner. Defense stamps were given as favors for high and low scores which were made by Mr« Bardwell and Mrs. Ford. Ward Parent-Teacher association met in the First Presbyterian Fellowship hall Thursday night. Eight students from Senior High school, directed by Dean Dan W. Powers, presented the panel. Those elected will take office in May. They were Mrs. Ted Yer- non, president; Mrs. C. P. Edwards, vice president; Mrs. W. J. Morris, secretary and Miss Betty McCpwn, treasurer. Pupils taking part in the panel were Dana Faye Ware, Wesley Hamilton, Irene Crim, Robert Kent, WillellaJ Nelson, Wendell Addington, Virginia Pitts and Thomas Hasselll Pupils from ;Mrs. Leona Metcalfe's and Mis's Minnie L. McMurry's rooms presented a program. During a social hour, punch and cookies were served to 90 persons. Doris Mae Burdett Is Honored With Party Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Burdett, 1020 Eighteenth street, entertained with a surprise party Wednesday night to honor theh'-uaughter, Doris Mae Burdett on her birthday. After a scavanger hunt, dessert was served buffet style. Assisting with the social were Mrs. Kittie Bonds and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Almon. Guests were Buddy Sprague, Rufus Rush, jr., Frankie Boone, W. C. Powell, jr., Kenneth Davis, Melba Joyce Halbert, Nelva Joy Botman, J. V. Burdett, jr., Opal Mae Boldin, Dorothy Harrison, Betty Rountree, Bill Smith, Elwood Wright, Gene Jackson and R. O. Burdett. m® . -r-V porter. May. They will be installed in A program, on social activities of .the .pre-school child was presented by Mesdames Heston Havens and Baggett. Others present were Mesdames Arch Harper, Wayne Martin, Lester Cooper, Herman Bruckner, Gerald Lokey and J. Ray Lee. 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