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MORNING AVALANCHE 'OftUUtt^ By Margaret Turner CPHE other sex is both amusing .-*• and perplexing — whichever side you're on. •! ., • * » • W OMEN making war emergency -garments at the Red Cross sewing . room, 1712 Thirteenth street, are sadly in need of buttons. They are asking contributions of buttons suitable for pajamas which are being r.iadu (>ut of both light and dark materials. Contributions are being asked, - also, for paper sacks to be used for putting up knitting. * * * PRONUNCIATION We were wondering recently . about the correct pronunciation of the word "rationing" • and Mrs. W. W. Rix tells us ; that a long "a" is preferred with short "a" second choice. * * * . FOR CONVALESCENTS TF YOU wish to cheer up a con'•*• yalescent friend, remember that mixed bouquets of bright-colored spring flowers will show to gav advantage against the drab walls of the hospital. You might ask the florist to 'have the blossoms arranged in a vase or bowl because most hospital flower containers leave much to be desired. An old-fashioned bouquet of snapdragons, daffodils, narcissus and iris is an arrangement that can be counted on to bring extra dividends of cheer to mid-winter shut-ins. * » * ARE YOU GUILTY? W OULD you be surprised to learn that whenever your name is considered for a guest list, someone says: "But something always goes wrong when rip .crimes?" . Then someone else says: "But he is really' a nice fellow, and fun, too." . That's why you are invited again. • You are the guy who sits on \the arm of the antique upholster:ed chair instead of in the chair Your hosts can iell his children 'not to sit on the arm of a chair ;but he is hesitant about offering -you more than a hint. You scatter ashes on the rug or f let a wet glass leave a faint ring .on the coffee table or wherever -you happen to place it. You are :the one who wipes your lipstick ;all over the dainty linen napkins f You creak the back of a prized or. fold s. new magazine in ;such a shape as to crease its leaves. ~: c The thing that worries every- ione is that you are a swell person i- You are not a wet blanket, not a 'leave-the-other-fellow- with -the ^check-person. You are just incon- .siderate about the things in apart- vments or houses which makes the (place a home. ( You arc a sort of social, termite (Without realizing it. i - * * + ! IN THE MAIL J.T)EAR MISS TURNER: You j-^seem to have a gift for finding > homes for pets, so I wonder if you , will please help us out? We have E ;a lifOe olacfc and white female ? spitz puppy, six weeks old, that ^ ld ,-^ ak t an ideal Pi Wte for , some little boy or girl. ' T A ^,J v t Iive ra^er far from town ; I will bring it in to the first t youngster (or oldster) who writes J me asking for it. . - •» l Thanking you very much, I am ! .Sincerely yours, > ' Mrs. Oliver Jones ' Koute 5, Lubbocfc ;• * «; • And the family, whose tele- has e puppies to give 4 away to the first four who call ' * * * _ ' LEAHN TO COOK t QNE contribution the war has j ^ made to England is an improvement in cooking HouS- i£ IV f' T 8ble ' to faH ^ck when its a culmary quandry, upon the j customary "joint" of roast beef Vedith P° tat <**. thick grav? e, plus the ever p r 7- jre P uddi "g- have had considerable ima«ina- " taste Ii7f« - eef ' as wel1 as offer a , little variety to the rigidly small ! nU Th b ^ ° f %* ms n ™ Sable a «? eyve ,£ ad to c °nsult once j again cookbooks long forgotten « And many wives say . _ __ _ jWesfeyan Class Meets * For Luncheon Tuesday r re ^ lar ^nthly business and covered dish lunch- M£"f b ! rS ° f the A =bu , Methodist Awakened Wesley « daw » M * K Mmbers With birth- were hostesses. • La "sford presided ' Mrs -'Lelia Gregg Devotion and Mrs. J E Aubbocfe, Tenos, Wednesday, A/torch 4, 1942 f Diol 4343 For The Representatives From Women's Societies Of 'DistrictJ^Convene -Journal Office? f) Training For Today Is Conference Theme R e p r esentatives from 16 Women's Societies of Christian Ser-! vice of zone two of the Lubbock Methodist district will convene at I the First Methodist church today ! with opening session to be held j at 10 o'clock this morning in the' chapel. i "Training for Today' 1 will be' theme for the day's meeting: Mrs. Cecil Matthews from the j First Methqdist ,church will pre- ; sent the morning devotion. Re-; ports will be heard from various < presidents preceding a talk on i "World Federation of Methodist! Women" by Mrs. Clarence White- j side from the First Methodist' church. i Question And Answers • Representatives from St. John's Methodist church will direct a discussion on "Question and Answers on Supply Boxes." In the afternoon, Mrs. J. W. Smith of the Asbury Methodist church will give the devotion. Dr. Mary' Louise Breedlove of the'i English department of Texas! Technological college, will speak j on "A Methodist Looks at the' World." ; The zone leader, Mrs. J. D. • Strickland, will lead a panel discussion on "Efficiency Aims." Mrs. Marvin B.Hilburn, Lubbock district secretary, will speak, and a short business hour will be conducted. ere Todays Events * First Aid Course Is Brought To Close Announcement was made Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Vaughn E Wilson, 'president of the Junior High school Parent-Teacher association, of the completion of the Red Cross First Aid course which has been sponsored by the Junior High P-TA. Under the supervision of Mesdames C. E. Roberts and Isabel Garrison, instructors, 36 women completed requirements for the course. A demonstration on transporta-, tion was given by W. A. Hood and J. Scott Hollirigsworth, with little Clyde Carroll assisting. Following the demonstration Mrs. Raymond Allen was in charge of a social hour in the homemaking department at Junior High school. Sweetpeas formed a centerpiece and the patriotic theme of red, white and blue was carried out. Coffee and cake were served. Those completing the course were Mesdames W.,J. Hurt, C S Gaddis, Odis L. Hackney, L. G. Haynes, Charles Ikard, J. C Knowles, E. M. McFarland, Sam Malone, Paul Newman, W. H Perry, W. H. Porter, Dean Rogers, F. R. Rodgers, T. l F. Eodgers, Hazel Sancy, N. F. Cherry, T. B. cowan. Boyd F. Scott, P. B. Hooker, Winnie Moss, Flora Lovelace, Jessie Bateman, Earl L. Thompson, Allen, Frank McGinnis, D. L. Deddick, D. A. Forbess, O. T. Mitchell, John T. Miller, O. M. Coon, Eidrid Travis, Eastin Wolf- farth, Fred N. Warren and Wilson. Misses Iva L. Crosson and Dossie Mae Caton. S«r-Oa rl'jb, 3 p. m , Mr». Morrli Cox, 1212 S4th St., tleclion ol ofJ(c«rs. Doztn And One c'.ub, J p. m., Mrs. O. G. Stringer, 703 Are.tO. Scw-A-Whllc club. 2:30 'p. m., Mrs. Craig Hond, J20V Are. Q. FiC »nd F»shion club, 3 p. m., Mrs. J. W. Reid, 2415 ISth St. Adelpha club, J p. m., Mrs. B. R. Brady. 2510 26;h St., Red Cro;s jewing. MlscVllineous club, 3 p. m., Mrs. Howard Hunt. 200$ 29lh .•«. Madonn» Circle of Centra! Baplfjt church, l p. m., church. Timely Teu club, i'.l-d»y meeting, Mn. H. H. Fenn'nger, 607 Ave. O. Unity Study cU«, » p. m.. Hotel Lubbock. C»lrtrr Baplljt Junior Qlrli luxllltnr 3:16 p. m., church. So »ad Such club, 3 p. m., Mr». Otl» Felty, 2103 6th fit. Z-'Alrjulllee club, 11 ». m., Mrs. V. O. Jennings, ZfO" 20th St., covered dish luncheon. S. O. W. club, 3 p. IB., Mt». K. O. Moore 1601 33r<S St. Firtc Aid courst, sponsored by K. C»r- ter P-TA. 3:15 p. m.. room lio. school- Milton Greer. instructor. First Aid course, 3 to 5 p. m , sponsored by Roscoe Wilson P-TA, school- Mrs. Ivy Savage. Instructor. Home Xurslug course. 1 to 3 p. m. Foursquare Gospel church: sponsored by K. Carter P-TA and taught by Mrs. C. L. Adams. First Baptist TEL class, 1 p. m , activities center, luncheon. • I AAUW Bookman uniSs: l, Mrs J L i Presley. 2105 39th St.; Mrs. J. C. Alexander | and Miss Mcyme Alexander, co-hostesses 2. Mrs. Charles Whitacre. 1905 29th St Mrs. Guy L. Trow, co-hostess. 4. Mrs M F- Landwer, College Ave. it Yellowhouse Canyon, an to meec at -r.3u p. m. Tech Faculty Women's club, 3 to 5 p m.. Tech Women's Dormitory No. 2: Mrs S. S. McKay, chairman of hostesses. Girl Scout Leaders group, 9 a. m. Girl Scouc Little House. P!a-itor forty-two club. 2:30 p. m Mrs. B. E. Needles, 1811 8th St. Red Cross Home Nursijiz course sponsored by George M. Hunt P-TA; 9 to 11 ». m., scbonl; Mr»^ Don Keeder, instructor. 1841 Needle club, 3 p. m.. Mr». J. O Pope, 5107 24th St. Homt Nursing course, sponsored by George R Bean P-TA: 1 to 3 p. m.. school: Mrs. C. L. Adams, instructor. Home Nurjiai course, sponsored by George R. Bean P-TA: 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.. .scnoolr Mrs. Robert McBurney, instructor. Ch»t-n-Chew forty-two club 2:30 p. m Mrs. H. L. Bobo, 1810 10th St. Tech Faculty Will Attend Club Party Faculty members of Texas Technological college will attend a Faculty dub party at 8 p. m. March 10 in the east ballroom of Lubbock hotel. Folk dancing and games will be the entertainment. Faculty members have been asked to indicate preference in location of a faculty family picnic to be held in May. t, ——• Catholic Church Has Open House For Men For service men at the Lubbock Army Flying school, open house is sponsored each Saturday night at the parish hall, 2309 Main street, by members of the Catholic Woman's Altar society and Men of the Holy Name society. Various kinds of entertainment, dancing, pingpong and other games, are provided and refreshment's are served. The Newman club, which is made up of college students, invites service men to Monday evening meetings held in the parish house. cf R lV J u '£• Done g a n. pastor of St Elizabeths church, is temporary chaplain at the base, havin" been appointed to the position by B ' S !l 0p O'Hara. He conducts mass at the air base chapel each Sunday morning at 8:30 o'clock, assisted by Rev. Peter Hoey. Catholic missionary who was a chaplain in France during World War No. -i* orphans -—"-- w da completed. Twentv .members and two visitors attend^ } P-TA Council Assumes [Duty Of Stamp Sales » Responsibility was assumed by members- of the City Parent ! j -teacher council for aiding in the J*" m £ National Defense 8 stam P 1 »h«w ^ S at a coundi meeting jhcld Tuesday ,n the Senior High I school music room PattiH °- 'nrn- '-- -, °- co " n '-il , present, is working on the count«y sales committee for sale of " stamps. . Hutchinson To i Be Club Hostess ; . . ifrs : J - T - Hutchin.N>n will enfer- ;tam for members of the 1928 -Luncheon club Thursday after= noon at 1 o'clock in the Hilton ho- -teL Epsilon Sigma Alpha Has Program Monday For a program on - "Culture " members of the Epsilon Sijima Alpha. -Alpha Gamma chapter met Monday night in the Aztec room of the Hilton hotel. Miss .rieten B;-o\vn discussed "What the Cultured Person Does" and ' ^ - « ^" C;:nure d Person Does Not Do. Those attending were Mesdames Weldon George and Harry Huckley- and Misses D'Spain Brown, Opal McMahon. Virginia MiUer, Mary Anna Wood. Marv Kufh Nupenf. Mary Kathcrine Rice ano Pauline Stafford. Methods Listed For Cutting Meal Cost A patriotic necessity, are low cost meals. Once the problem of low income farnilier, only, low cost meals now should be planned in every home, believes Dr. Mina W. Lamb, assistant professor of foods and nutrition at Texas Technological college. c, -Cutting cost of meals, she points-out, is not always best accomplished by buying cheaper foods, but frequently is the wise and effective use of what is bought. Suggestions for sensible , economics in care j>nd preparation of food are: 1. Utilizing the heated oven for more than one dish at a time. 2. Cooking some* foods needing long cooking time in sufficient quantity to last several days and to be served in numerous ways; that is lima beans, pot roast. 3. Taking advantage of leftovers and planning an occasional dish which will "clean out the cupboard;" i. e., hashed potatoes, stew, soup. 4. Using leftover breads in toast rather than buying crackers. Supplement Fresh Milk 5. Using part of the milk quota in cooking rather than all for drinking. This enables one to use canned milk more extensively, to supplement fresh milk. ' 6. Avoiding serving of coffee with each meal since it is costly and carries no nutritive value in itself. Tea, cambric tea, or cocoa may be .substituted for coffee if a hot drink is desired. 7. TIsinjr piiro Trm'asKPK anrl brown sugar instead of jellies and flavoring extracts. 8. Using foods in season sufficiently ofteii to warrant their purchase in large quantities, such as apples and potatoes by the bushel. 9. Using home made salad dressing, both boiled and French. 10. Buying whole ground cereals, such as wheat and corn, at the flour mill rather than in small retail packages. 11. Using fortified margarines for the table and lard for other cooking. Ex-Students Elect Rucker President During an annual banquet meeting Monday night at the Mexican Inn, B. T. Rucker of Shallowater was elected president of the South Plains chapter of ex- students of West Texas State Teachers college, Canyon. He will succeed Ishmael Hill who presided at the meeting. ' The list of 59 persons included 25 faculty members and wives from Canyon. E. E. Key was elected vice president of the chapter and Mrs. Emmett Hazelwdod was elected secretary-treasurer. Other retiring officers were Mr. Rucker, vice president and Miss Mary Lou Robertson, secretary- treasurer. • Miss Pauline Talley Honored At Shower As a courtesy to Miss Pauline Talley, bride-elect of Johnny McClendon, Misses Velma Jenness and Ruth Dillon gave a buffet supper and shower Monday night in the Chimayo room of the Hilton hotel. Miss Talley will wed April 4. An arrangement of pink gladioli and pmk and blue candles was placed on the mantel and pink and white featured decorations for the foursome tables where guests were seated. Guests and those' sending gifts were Mesdamer. W. E. Wells Mildred White, Norm Strickland, Mike Aura, Frank McElroy, Clarence Davis, Willie Mae Goett C C. Stegall, Estelle Wood, Alice Stanton John D. Teague, Jimmy White, Elmer Francis, A. M. Eubanks, Jake Staliings, Roy Cozart, W. Harvey, Antone Farris, W. B. Kelly, Sue Jenness, Zeeda Crawford, Earl Armstrong, James Maiman, Bee Lester, Myrtle Fowler, Lorene Reed, T. D. Julian, Corinne Cooper, Paul Dean, Misses Rachel Germany, Clara T\viHey Vera Dunn, Gladys Lawrence Lo™ n ? Boudand, Ella May Butler, Marie Weaver, Howard May Gray' son, Erma Evers, Elaine Wallace, Dorothy McAllister, Eleanor Wyche and Elva Cook AAUW Units To Hear Dr. Ling Friday Guest speaker at a -joint meeting of Units 1 and 2 of the A. A. U. S. Child Development group will be Dr. B. C. Ling, a native of China who is research assistant m the nursery department at Texas Technological college. The meeting will be held Friday afternoon -at 3 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Clem Boverie, 2515 Twenty- fourth street. " Assistant hostesses, will be Mesdames Jimmie Kerr, J D Sanders, Troy Dale, R. C. Dou<*^;.. jr -' Otis Taylor, jr., and J. William Davis. Readers Digest Group Hears Review Given By Mrs. O. L. Byrd Mrs. O. L. Byrd, a guest, gave a review of "Dragon Seed" CPearl Buck) at the Readers Digest group meeting' Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Pebble Taliey, 1510- B Avenue M, with Mrs. J. S. Johnson as hostess. Members attending were Mesdames W. B. Irvin, R. A. Mills, M. C. Overton, George W. Dupree, Johnson, N. H. Holt W P Clement, John W. Lynch, T R" Pndeaux and Clyde F. Elkins. Club Members Are To Bring Needles Today Members of the Amett-Benson Needle club ,are asked to bring needles for mending to their meeting this'afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. I. T. Weed, 2606 Locust street. Bookman Unit 3 Meet Has Been Postponed A meeting of Unit 3 of the AAUW Bookman group has been postponed from tonight to the night of March 11 because of illness among members. • Mrs. Lila Lenning, 2022-A Fifteenth street will be hostess with Mrs. Vada Spence as co-hostess. Dozier-Daniey Rites Are Announced Here __ Announcement was made Tues- cay afternoon of the marriage of M'.ssi Johnnie Danl°y of Vernon and A. B. Dozicr of'siaton which took place Saturday afternoon at 4:15 otelock in Clovis, N. M. Judge W. Woods officiated. The couple is to be at home in San Diego, Calif. ANNOUNCING GRAHVlllf JOHNSON DRUG STORE 13*7 13lh _ Dial 6142 Formerly Hotel Drug Co. ITCH STOPPED In A Jiffy Relieve itdrir; of eczema, pin> " fe*, sinjr.Icsi. Swhcs «l Hop* iich- r,st r°r'D.D."D.PreseripSo C £ — AC.V DUKE ELECTRIC 9951 DIAL •You GIRLS WHO SUFFERs If you suffer monthly cramps, back- acbe. nervousness, distress of "irregularities"—due to lunctlonal monthly disturbances—try Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound «.t once! It's one medicine you can buy made especially for tcomer.. Follow iabel directions. Boys Like Cookies! Do You Want To Fill The Jar? Boy meets cooky. Boy likes cooky. Boy eats cooky! And lots of them! Many L, u b b j ck women have wished they could do their bit for the men stationed at the Lubbock Army Flying school. But. they didn't know what to do or whom to ask. Mrs. R. G. Porter, chairman of the Sponsors committee, and Mrs. Alan Strout, W o r ks Progress administration supervisor of recreation for defense, hope to establish a cooky jar to be placed in the recreation center at the American Legion hall every Sunday afternoon. It's to" be filled once a week. Who wants to fill it this Sunday? Telephone Mrs. R. G. Porter, 2-1905, who will book the cookies. "American Poetry" Is Program Topic Paul New and H. M. Terry, students from the speech department at Texas Technological college, spoke. o~n "Cowboy Songs and Ballads" at the Lubbock Woman's club program held Tuesday in the Girl Scout Little House, located at Twenty-sixth street and Avenue T. Mi-s. C. If. Thompson, leader of the program on "American Poetry," discussed "Poets of New England." Mrs. Webb Cammack spoke on "The American Negro Spiritual." • " In discussing ."Our Local Poets," Mrs. T. E. Bucknei- stated that there were about 20 poets in Lubbock. She read several poems by Lubbock authors and gave a number of original poems. Mrs. HiUard W. Moore sang "Beautiful Dreamer" (Stephen F. Fester), accompanied by Mrs. Paul Laverty. Twenty-five members and a' guest were present. "Fellow Workers" Is Reviewed For Group Meeting in the home of Mrs G R. Kennedy at 2306 Fourteenth street at S o'clock Monday night, members of the First Baptist Young Women's auxiliary heard a review of "Fellow Workers to the Truth" given by Mrs. J. V. Jones. Miss Ruth Jackson led a devotion. Miss Pauline Chancy and a quartet, composed of Mrs. M. L. Penn and Misses Chaney, Billie Bowen and Mary Jean Ross, pre- «a?ntpH jTinsir-al niimbere Mrs. J. W. Mallory'will'be hostess March 10. Twenty members were present for the program. Red Cross Sewing Is Feature For HD Club Sewing and knitting for the Red Cross was done-at an all-day meeting of the Sunshine Home Demonstration club Tuesday in the home of Mrs. L. E. GuiJlot Members brought their own lunches. Those present were Mesdames Jim Gary, J. D. Cannon, O W Graves, R. D. Rogers, Hub Hicks and w. L. Simmons. Mrs. T C Scott will be hostess for an all- day meeting March 13 at which time Red Cross work will be continued. DIAL Day or Night Ambulance SANDERS Funeral Home Mothers Club Meets For Opening Study Asbury Nursery Mothers club met m the home of Mrs C C Campbell, 1607 v Twenty - second street, Tuesday afternoon for the first of a series of studies to be held on "Achieving A Christian Home Today." The lesson was Jed by Mrs. C. H. Loving. Attending were Mesdames J C Jarrott, L. T. Dane, Russell Wimberly, J. W. Saunders, O. C. Tune Loving, E. Evans, E. P. Cowan and Arch Sumers. Methodist Builders Class Has Social Decorations carried out a St Patrick's theme at the First Methodist Builders class luncheon at the church Monday afternoon Games were' played after the business session. 'Mrs. J. D. Peters' group was in charge. Fifty members and several guests were present. Legion Auxiliary Has Committee Reports Plans for reorganizing the Junior Legion auxiliary were made by members of the American Legion auxiliary Monday night at the hall. Committee reports were given. Mrs. A. C. Jackson, second vice president, presided. Eighteen members were present. Mother's Friend helps bring ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, an. exquisitely prepared emoaient Is usetullaallcondl- ' ... thus avolrflnir nr, Mother's Friend Fate Booth .Greer Of Anfon Dies Tuesday Fate Booth Greer, 56 of Anton, died at his residence. there at £ o'clock Tuesday morning, after a long illness due to a malignant ailment. Funeral services will be conducted in Anton First Baptist church at 3 o'clock this afternoon with Rev. F. N. Miller,' pastor, officiating. Plains Funeral home of I.iihhnck-will dirert hurinl in An ton cemetery. Pallbearers will be Arlie Hulsey, T. Allen, Wesley Davis, Boyd Rea, George Green and Al Huff. Survivors include' 1 two sons, F B., r., and Jack M. Greer, both of Anton, and daughter, Mrs. Rachael Faimer, Sweetwater; and four grandchildren. Defense Witnesses To Be" Heard Today Remaining defense witnesses will take the stand this morning in damage • action of Charles E Metcalfe against Ben E. Keith Co. in 2nd district court of Judee Daniel A. Blair. Plaintiff's case was rested Tuesday. Court officials said the charge and arguments probably would be presented today. Metcalfe is asking $75,000 damages-as the result of injuries suf- ferfed between Fort Worth and Mineral Wells Feb. 19, 1941, when a vehicle in which he was riding was in collision with a Keith Co truck, allegedly through negligence of the truck driver, as the original petition set out. Case of Ada Hood against Inez A. Hood and others, to try title and for possession, as well as for damages, probably will be called, subject to completion of the -hearing in progress, court officials said. Factories are now .under Aus tralia's Fair Rents Regulations. When Chest Colds Strike Give- — give the important job of relieving miseries to the IMPROVED Vicks treatment that: takes only, 3 minutes and makes good old Vicks VapoRub give BETTER THAN EVER RESULTS! *«; ACTS 2 WAYS AT ONCE to 7" bring relief . . . PENETRATES to upper breathing passages with soothing medicinal vapors . . . STIMULATES chest and back-surfaces like a. wanning poultice . . . and WORKS FOR HOURS to ease coughs, relieve muscular soreness or tightness, and faring real comfort. _ To get this improved treatment- just massage VapoRub for 3 minutes ON BACK as well as throat and chest, then spread a thick layer on chest and cover with wanned doth. Try jtj For Batter Results W VAPORUB The Improved Way DR. J. B. McCORKLE DENTIST 307 Myrick Building Lubbock. Texas Phnne f?59l Brief Bits Of Local News Sixty jn«n are needed for volunteers as air raid warning personnel and only 15 have volunteered, it was announced Tuesday by the state highway patrol office i:i Lubbock. Applications may be made at the police station. Reopening of a class of reserve officers for the Navy, including both graduates and senior and junior .-students, was announced Tuesday. College students may complete their college work for a degree before being called, it was announced, while graduates will be called at once into active service. "Wood Carving" and "The Secrets of a Cathedral" will be shown at the Tech engineering auditorium at 4 o'clock this afternoon under auspices of the Tech department of architecture. The picture shows are open to the public and are free, said F. A. Kleinschmidt, head of the. department. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arnett of 2307 Seventeenth street are parents of a daughter weighing 4 pounds 7 ounces born in West Texas hospital at 5:20 o'clock Tuesday morning. Arnett is a rancher. A 'daughter weighing 6 pounds 4 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sharp at the residence, 1810 Seventh street, at 8:39 o'- clock Tuesday morning, Stewart & Benson, clinic reported. The infant was named Reba Vern. Sharp is a city employe. Capt. Clement C. Jay-son, army medical officer from Fort Bliss, who was detailed t here last week for the district recruiting office, and who remained temporarily- after the death of Capt. G. D Funk last week in El Reno, Okla., will return to his post Saturday, he announced Tuesday. Capt. Jayson had been sent here to administer preventutive treatments to members of the army recruiting staff and continued following receipt of word of the death of the medical officer. Measurement of Lubbock county's wheat acreage by crews from the county Agricultural Adjustment administration office, is expected to be completed by Saturday night, Walter Y. Wells, administrator, said Tuesday. Verner McWilliams, chief performance supervisor, has six men assisting m the work. Up to Monday, appro ximately 120 farms had been measured. All students and teachers of Ie Shallowater grade and high school have purchased Defense stamps, according to an announcement Tuesday. Seven hundred dollars worth of stamps have been sold and $25 in stamps were purchased Tuesdav. e-urne treat— chocolate logs a la Karo You'll agree — these are the easiest-to-make, most inexpensive "fancy" cooky treats you ever made. CHOCOLATE LOGS Vl cup KARO (red label) I square (/ ounce) nnswcttencd chocolate 1 (2-ounce) package chocolate sprinkles 1 square, one-egg cake ($"x S"x Vi" deep) • 'Place KARO and chocolate in saucepan; stir over low heat until chocolate is.melted. Remove from heat, and stir until smooth. Cool. (If syrup becomes too thick for dipping, stir in 1 teaspoon boiling water.) Cut cake into logs, about '/ 2 inch wide and 3 inches long. Dip logs into chocolate syrup, snd roll in chocolate sprinkles. Place on rack „ to set. Makes 36 logs, 3"x <//'* i/ 2 ". % i ">) EASY.' 3 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING Only LESTERS tremendous buying power enables you to get this $150 value for only PAY $L50 WEEKLY BROADWAY ££ ON c ni:i)i r •«. » COME IN FO* AN EXAMINATION " DR. CHARLES C. MURRAY ' REGtSTEHED-OPTOMETHISr — Weekly

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