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FOUR—THE MORNING AVALANCHE V ' * . . • Lubbeck, Texas, Friday/ March 6, 1942 Pial 4343 For Th« AVoIaKcKe-Joufnot OJFico ^ ,fTHE 'LITTLE black pests, the * Stirling!, ar* back. Hurrying konac just before twilight the $ther day we saw hundreds of 1h«m in the trees at the courthouse.- We wish they would go off some winter and forget to return. - ; * « * TODAY'S GAG I. HENPECK was being bull- doied on the witness stand. "Ho you mean to say," Marked his wife's counsel, "that you have treated your wife with re- M R, H: doie irl Reserves To Honor 7! In Recognition Service ipect?" "Always," replied Henpeck firmly. "You mean to say," pursued the attorney, "that you've never once spoken a hasty %vord to her?" ; Henpeck thought a moment and then said, falteringly, "Well, I remember I once did say to her, Tut down that poker.' " * * * ' ST. PATRICK'S DAY S URE 'n it won't be long until we'll all be doing a jig and singing the "Wearing of the Green." St. Patrick's day (March 17) is as bright and gay as Irish laughter, so if you're planning a party, be sure it's a gala affair. Dig up ail of the Irish records you can. No one will be able to keep his feet still with that lively music. And give everyone a big green crepe paper bow to wear. It will add to the informality of the occasion. Refreshments can be attractive a part of an actor's equipment es his wardrobe. The diet calls for one day of "light" eating, followed by three days of normal feeding with the exception of potatoes, butter, cream, sugar and pastry. Then back to the one-day diet, followed by three days of eating as you would ordinarily with the exceptions noted above. This procedure carried out for one month, it was found, succeeded in taking off weight anc". at the : j and Theda Faye Bell, vice presi- same t\me did not sap one of his \ dent, will preside with Arline strength, leaving him pregnable to Younger, Katherine Duke and colds. ' ! Sammy Rhodes as readers. Informal Social Hcur Mrs. Rex Webster will sing. After the service, an informal social hour will be held in the parlors of the church. Mrs. J. C. Reynolds of the women's council and Miss Linioel Hilliard, adviser, will pour tea. Methodist Chapel To Be Scene Of Service In a candle'lighted recognition service for new members, 71 Senior High school girls will be presented into the Girl Reserves club tonight at 8 o'clock in the chapel of the First Methodist church. Decprations will feature the club colors, blue and white, and new members .will be presented with corsages of white sweetpeas tied with blue ribbon. Georgia Neal Harris, president, aria " ienit"'"£ hours of fuss in the kitchen. Whatever you choose for your St. Patrick's Day party, don't forget to add green maraschino cherries for that "just right" touch. * * * ONE-DAY DIET rpHERE have been 18-day and -*- 9-day diets, but in this period of strsamlining and of war when everyone at home is carrying on at his job and at the same time has volunteered for several civil defense jobs, time is at a premium. So it's natural that some one should think- of a one-day diet. Robert Kreis, the famous Brown Derby restaurant's celebrated chef, has prepared a diet that is said to be hailed by Hollywood where a trim figure is as necessary STOCKING DYES A NEW stocking dye, available "*• iij four shades, is on the mar:et now, developed after months f research. The product has been .esigned to dye stockings made of lylon, rayon, cotton, lisle, silk, vool and any combination of these abrics. The avaiJabJe shades are wine blush, brown butter, hula bronze and smoke haze. If not on he shelves of Lubbock drug tores at present, it will be soon. * * ^ HAS PUPPY y Sara Dean Davis, 2629 Twentieth street, has a female spitz puppy she wants to give to a little boy or girl. * * * YOU CAN HELP \/TRS. J. W. Walker of Plainview, '•*•*• president of the Texas Federation of Women's clubs, writes an excellent column in The Texas ueratiori News, Oitici'ste state mblication. In the current issue we like what Mrs. Walker had to say about the necessity for disci- aline and personal efficiency in this "all out" movement for democracy's defense. ''You can defend America. You :an aid in Democracy's victory. There is a art for every single one of us but it cannot be accomplished by wishful thinking. Yesterday a woman approximately 55 years old approached me with her personal problems. "It seems her children ar? grown and married. She is a widow and has a substantial income. She wants to serve, she said, not at home but in Washington. She wants to do something dramatic. She feels there would be something for her to do in behalf of democracy's victory- She was a little irritable because the government was unable to find a place for her services. She complained there seemed no work for her to do at home. "She did not want to sew or knit, and she asked how people can\be content to study when so much is going on in the way of excitement. One could not help noting that the questioner was a Special guests will include Dr. W. B. Irvin, superintendent ol Lubbock public schools, and Mrs Irvin; R. W. Matthews, principal of Senior High school, and Mrs Matthews; Miss Dorothy Lomax: Dr. and Mrs. Fred W. Standefer: Mrs. Dick Cozby; Rev. and Mrs W. Jack Lewis; Dr. Mary Louise Breedlove; Mrs. Mary W. Doak Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael Hill; Mr and Mrs. Dan W. Powers; Tri-Y officers from Junior High school; parents of Girl Reserve members; and Grace Halsell. Members of the Women's council who will be honored guesls are ._- . T •?-• T- j T r* icriam :n non Mesdames I. F. Kennedy, T. C. | j 510 -B Avt. M. Delaney, Lois Lively, J. B. Khodes, Today's Events.. . Jolly El(ht forty-two club. 5: SO f. m., rj. T. J. Qtcrte, mi J*ih St. Li Dozens club, 3:37 p. B. Xriestr, JS1€ S3rd St. m., Mrs. \v. Wonnn's auxiliary of Locust Strett chupel. 2 p. ra., chupel. First Bsptiit W. M. S.. 1 to 5 p. m.. nzer Sewing Machine company, Rfd Crosv ecwing. East Side Bibli Study eUts. i p. m., Mrs. J G. H'-ifstedier, 1609 ..U«. .T. Mrs. \V. C. Henly, teacher. Ho;ntm>icere clan of First PUptist eburch. 17:45 p. ».. activities center. Cilvjry Biptiu Intermediate GSr'.j auxiliary, 3:15 p. m., church. CuUe|« Avenus Baptist W. M. a.. 11 «. m., church; ireek at prayer service. Recreation Sridse rlnb, 5:30 p. m., Mri« Fr«d Youree, 2411 iOth St. Happy Hour club. 3 p. a.. Mrs. Tec Vernor.. 531S 13lh St., Mrs. J. C. Richards co-hostess. 34-43 club. 3 p. m., Mrs. J. K. Hanlttns 1403 Broadway. Home Nursinp course, 1 to 3 p. ra. Foursquare Gospel church: sponsored by K. Carter P-TA and taught by Mrs. C. U Adams. ' First Aid course, sponsored by K. Carter P-TA. 3:15 p. m., room 110. school; Milton Greer, Instructor. » Girl Reserve club ot Senior High school, 8 p. m.. chapel ot First Methodist church, recognition service for new members. Ace-Trey !orty-two, time to be announced/Mrs. W. Joint meeting of Units 1 and 3 of the AAUW Child Development group, 3 p. m., Mrs. Clem Boverle, 2515 24th St. 1930 Friendship club. 3 p. m., Mesdames C. M. Mitchell and Erie Thompson to entertain in home of Mrs. Pebble Talley. "Place Of University Women In Emergency" Is Theme For AAUW Leadership Conference Personals , C. Boyd. 2114 aith St. S. J. McFarland, J. L. Clifton; A. N. Gamble, J. C. Reynolds, E. R. Gibson, A. T. Cocanougher and Miss Grace Padley. Ushers for the service will include Bobbie Jean Rhodes, Mary Bell, Landa Rogers, Wanda Wadsworth, Ernestine Gibson and Juanita Stimoson. Fidells Culture club. 3:15 p. m.. First Methodist church parlor. scmevv undisciplined ivid- ua!. She was considerably overweight, slightly ill-kept In general appearance although it was evident she has spent a considerable amount for her clothes and accessories. It seemed self-evident that she fall in that large group of persons labeled 'undisciplined' by Leon Henderson. "If we would aid in democracy's victory, the first requisite is personal efficiency,- for the, average of our total efficiency'de- termines the state of the nation." Mending For Children Is Done By Members Meeting in the home of Mrs. I. T. Weed, 2606 Locust street, members of the Arnett-Benson Needle club mended 50 garments Wednesday for children living at Mrs. Milam's opportunity home. Those present were Mesdames Horace Gore, A. R. Pendley, Leo Saffell, C. C. Heatley, L. W. Parker, E. W. May, Forest White, Charles Noble and Verne Morris. New Members New members to be recognized are Theda Beth Porter, Arlie Ruth Waters, Norma Jo Chapman, Doris Mae Burdett, Mary Ann Dykes, Barbara Leonard, Marian Wolfforth, Ellen Ann Alford, Lanell Stacy, Katie Jean Cress, Fae Beth Hill, Sammy Rhodes, Meta Ruth Rice, Mary Elizabeth Teal, Mary Lou Godbehere, Jacqueline Lewis, Martha Lively, Yada Lois Graham, Betty Rountree, Mary Beth Dupree. Georgia Mae Rathael, Kitty Bonds, Mildred Harrison, Zola Mae Elliott, Mary Lou Stewart, Christine White, Betty Lee, Patricia Quinlan, Kathryn Bledsoe, Ruby Jo Denton, Jackie Carr, Betty Musick, Mary Lou Spence, Row en a Grisham, Louise Wilson, Bess Griggs, Mariam Miller,. Jo Cobb, Panze Butler, Betty Eisenberg. Lula Kate Rhea, Afton Walker, Mary Lou Nolen, Corrine Payne, Mary Jo Norman, Lou Nell Knote, Betty Rogers, Wynona Sims. Mary Jo Blackwell, Faye Dell Whaley, Carolyn Mills, Betty Sue Walker, Amaleta Moore, Lottie Margaret Atkinson,.Mary Lou Clifton, Jane Tonnehill, Ouida Resinger, Shirley- Allen. Jessie Merle -PipRin, Frances Groce, Henrietta Schoenerstedt; Louise Battin, Evelyn Prater, Doris Brock, June Royalty, Harvella Thomas, Barbara McCann. Mary Jo Barber, Virginia-Norman and Mary Jo Norman. "National Defense" Is Program Topic Mrs. Burl Walker directed a program on "National Defense" at the Arnett-Benson Home Demonstration club meeting Thursday held in the home of Mrs. C. O. The place of university women in national emergency and war work has been chosen theme for a leadership conference of the West Texas district, American Association of University VVomen, to be held on the campus of Texas Technological college Saturday. Dr. Kathryn McHale, of Washington, D. C., director of the A.A.U.W., is to be main speaker. Several state officers and chairmen of state committees will attend. The highlight of the program will be the luncheon meeting at the Tech Women's Dorm. No. 2 at which time Dr. McHale will speak on "The Task Before the A. A U. W." Among the special guests will be Dr. Anna Powell, Denton, chairman of the committee on legal status o£ women; Miss Thelma Andrews, Abilene, creative arts committee; Miss Eugenie Terry, Dallas, social studies; Miss Julia Hubbell. Commerce, international relations and Miss Rosaline Giles, Amarillo member of the state committee on social studies. Progiam For Day Program for the day has been announced as follows: . 10 to 11 a. m., room 107, Tech home economics .building, rounc table discussion led by Dr. Powel on the subject, "The program o work of the A. A. U. W., includini worthy projects;" leaders, Mrs Mary W. Doak, ex-state chairman Oi icgiSmtiOn^ ?»*I53G5 IlUub^ll 5I1C Terry; 11 to 12 o'clock, round table discussion led by Miss Andrews, assisted by Miss TSla Mae Armstrong, member of state committee on fellowships and Mrs. William Dingus, ex-member o! national committee on international relations. Dr. McHale will address high school and college senior girls at nan, Howard Hughes, R. P. Johnon. Mesdames Randal O. Kershner, . I. Kilpatrick, H. L. Kipp, George ..angford, C. E. Lenning, R. I. ^ockard, Leo V. Nothstinc, L. T. 'atton, A. F. Rasor, R. A. Stud- mlter, Ed Terrell, Henry D. Weson, T. F. Wiesen, W. A. Wil•>auks, Paul J. Yancy, Warren W. Yocum and Arthur W. Young. Misses Margaret Baskin, Bernice Sorgman, Johne' Bowles, Ouida Bozbee, Lois Cardwell, Anna' B. ~:asey, Evelyn Clewell, Mary Alice ^rosson, Katie Belle Crump, Christine DeVitt, Marian Draper, Clyde Duncen, Bonnie K. Dysart, Mabel D. Erwin, Velma Floyd, Lucile Gill, Elizabeth Hawley, Margaret Henderson, Linioel Hilliard, Lillian Johnson, Vivian Johnson, Ellen Kleppe, Betty Opal Kurfees, Dorothy Lomax, Ella Mae Lyle, Velma McCandless, Jennie McCrery, Mary Magee. Marie Miles, Padley, Martye Poindexter, Lucile Robinson, Gussie Lee Teague, Agnes True, Mayme Tsvyford, Gertrude Watson, Margaret W. Weeks, Elizabeth H. West, Use H. Wolf. Mrs. Sug Robertson and Miss Janet Wilson of Slaton are also members of the Lubbock branch. Mrs. Bedford E. HuEsell front San Angelo is visiting with her E arents, Mr. and : Mvs. Spencer tiullivsn of 2007 Avnnue' V. Mrs. Russell's husband is ..? lieutenant at Goodfellow field. Mrs. Mel Kramer of Ciovis, N. M., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tarlton of 1625 Sixteenth street, this week. Double Six Ciub Has Meet In Oslin Home Member* o£. the Double Six. forty-two club met as guestn of Mi's. J. G. Oslin, 1820 Avenue O, Thursday afternoon. Those .present were Mesdames C. O. Pendley, J. A. Goodwin, Willie Lockwood, Ben Noell, Reuben Loftis, Roscoe Webster, Mark Day, Ralph Moore and L. Walthall. Mesdames Florence Sanderson and W. L. Jousten were visitors. Mrs. Pendley, 102 Uvakle Avinue, will entertain March 19. 'Flower Arrangement' Is Speaker's Topic At Garden Meeting "Flower Arrangement" \v z s topic for Mrs. W. P. Clement as guest speaker at the Bud to Blossom Garden club Thursday in a meeting with Mrs. Estell Hendrix, 1512 Twenty-fifth street. Members present were Mesdames John Cox, Harold Munn, Charlie Curry, George Kinyon, Tom Meador, John Harrison, Osa Wilbanks,, Melvis Flake and Miss Lela Mae Barrett. Mrs. Curry will be hostess March. 26. A tour of hardware stores will be made for the purpose of inspecting garden tools. Mrs. R..D. Cole Is Amiga Club Hostess Refreshments of coconut pie and coffee wpre served to eight members at the Amiga club meeting Thursday with Mrs. R. D. Cole, 2323 Thirteenth street. Mrs. Arthur Dean will be hostess March 19 in the home of Mrs. W. A. Terrell, 1910 Avenue N. Red Cross sewing will be done. Catherine Dillard Honored At Shower Red Cross Sewing Is Done By Kraft Klub Red Cross sewing was done when members of the Klever Kraft Klub met with Mrs. Goi-don Flenniken, 2211 Fifteenth street, Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! IF YOUR NOSE CLOSES UP" TONIGHT Thursday. As an iiuubr tu Miss Catherine Members present- were White, 2612 Locust street Roll call was answered with "How I can Kelp in National Defense." Those taking parts on the program were Mesdames C. C. Heatley and Lillian Sanders, who gave a lecture and skit on life saving; Mrs. White, who spoke on "What Are We Doing for the Red Cross?" Mrs. Leo Saffell discussed "Women in' Defense" and Mrs. J. B. Wages gave the poem,"' "Just Folks." Mrs. L. Vannoy, 2602 Elm street, will be hostess March 19. Members present were Mesdames John Gollihugh, Leon Rasco, H. V. Mbreland, W. A. Reed, Vannoy, Saffell, Wages, Heatley, J. R. Kemp, Sanders, G. W. Monk. A. R. Pendley, Reed, Walker, Ed Holcomb and Roy Wells. ..Mrs. Marvin Roberts was a visitor. a meeting at 11 o'clock in the Tech engineering auditorium. Mrs. Doak will preside and President Clifford B. Jones will - introduce the speaker. 1 p. m., luncheon session, Miss Grace Padley, president of Lubbock branch, presiding; Dr. McHale to speak on "The Task Before the A. A. U. W." 3 to 4 p. m., afternoon session in engineering auditorium. Membership In Lubbock A. A. U. W. members living in Lubbock include Mesdames James G. Allen, A. J.'Bahm, H. P. Baker Bruce Bryan, Dude Buster, Truman W. Camp, W. P. Clement, P. E. Collette, J. B. Cowan, S. .E Cone, J. William Davis, Dingus Doak, Earl T. Duke, Clyde F. Elkins, W. B. Gates, J. E. Hartley E. R. Keineman, Harry Hill, N. H Holt; <O. B. Howell, Berl Huff Trim and terrific in appeal . . . is this Josana Crepe ensemble. 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Recreation leaders from the City Works Program administration recreation department who will assist will be Mesdames A. M. Cowdrey, Fairy Holt and H. A. Beaty. Children from ages five to 12 are invited. Eugene Farrells Are Honored At Shower Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lewis, 3102 Avenue H, gave a shower as a courlesy to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Farrell who were married in Clovis, N. M., recently/ The bride is the former Miss May Pearl Caraway. Mrs. H. A. Ferrell assisted Mrs. Lewis in entertaining. Dressed as a bridal couple, Ann Schnell and Robert Newell presented the gifts as Miss Juanita Lewis played a wedding march. Miss Vinita Ferrell and Mesdames Joe Schnell and J. W. Gerron assisted in hospitalities and Dillard, who" is to marry Lewis Sllis, jr., Saturday, Mrs. Brunette Harper and Misses Marie Barnard and Cora Jean Watson en- iertained at the home of Mrs. F. R. Friend, 2005 Broadway, at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The honoree received a shower of gifts. . i The'refreshment table was centered with multicolored sweetpeas forming the letters CC ("Caty and Cotton") nicknames of Miss Dillard and Mr. Lewis). Napkins bore the names "Caty and Cotton." The list of guests was made up of Mesdames L. C. Ellis. Mary Dillard • of Fort Worth, Marvin Terrell, Misses Ollie' Sue Armstrong, Mary Ellis Maedgen, Virginia Hall, Marian Manning, Fannie Dale Cheek, Jane Prickett, Dorothy Wright, Jo Bess Goodloe, Bette Bob Redwine, Janelle Shanafelt, Marjoray Ridley, Willouise Humphries, Martha Herring, Dorothy Burton, Dorothy McCarter, BiUye Blackburn, Annie Lee Cone, Glennis Waltz, Betty Jo Wagner, Sarabeth Kimmel, Martha Price, Lottie Self, Frances Collier and BiHie Jo Dodson. dames F. G. Campbell, A. S. Meinecke, C. N. Wood, James Samson, E. A. Tipton, A. L.,Scoggin, W. E. Humphries, A. B. Brown, A. N. Gamble, C. R. Hurmence, M. K. Foster, C. M/ Chandler and J. C. Reynolds. Mrs. Clay Thompson was a new member. 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