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March 7, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 5

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TEH—THE MORNING AVALANCHF ring Spring Into Your Home A NEW VEUVARAY CURTAIN Slothing mokes your bed room glow with the freshness of spring more then new curtains . . . see our lovely velvarayed organdy crisscross deep-ruffled curtains designed with beautiful white roses flocked in iciief on pink cr white sheer, self-striped, permanent organdy . . . you'll love the beauty they add to your room . . . ths pair . . .- $6.45 WHITE ORGANDY CURTAIN Also selected for spring ore the new solid white organdy, deep-ruffled, crisscioss curtains . . . perfectly created to go with ony color . . . the pair $2.98 Sh oes for Juniors You'll find Edward's fine footwear fills every need for boys and girls from babyhood through the teen age ... perfect fit ... correctly styled . . . your children will be thrilled with a pair of Edward's shark tip oxfords, broad toe. . .duty sols... rubber heel ... ton elk or btcck shark tip ... right for school.. . right for play » . . pair ... $4.50 Boys' Slack Suits Boys, here's the way to be sleek, smart, end comfortable at the some time . . , just try wearing one of these new s|ack suits . . . there's nothing with more freedom . . . nothing which looks more manly . . . nothing easier to keen . . . you'll find them rn s p u n, shantung, cotton end rayon mix ... in colors of wheat, ten, end blue . . . tailored by Dcvid Ccpperf r eld end others . . , sizes 4 to 18. . . the pair. .. $2.95 and $5.00 7, 942 Market Event To Open Today Operation will' be ready to begin "iull blast" this afternoon at the semi-annual market of Western Wholesale Market association, O. J. Sexton, president, said Friday. . Many of the merchandise displays of wholesalers and manufacturers will be in place before the d?.y is over in various rooms of the five floors of Lubboek hotel re.ierved for the market, he said, 'some business will be transacted this morn ins. Peak Expected Sunday But volume business is not likely to start until afternoon, followed by the peak rush expected to continue most of Sunday and another big day Monday. The market will close with a dance and floor show Monday night at 9 o'clock in the main ballroom of Hilton hotel. Retail merchants in and close to Lubbock have been asked to follow the custom of transacting as much business as they can the first and last days of the market. This will be a convenience, Sexton explained, to the out-of-town retailers who will attend in largest numbers Sunday. Provide Meeting Place Purpose of the market, he related, is to provide a meeting place in Lubbock for retailers of West Texas and Eastern New Mexico with wholesale and manufacturing representatives from the more important trade and style centers of the nation. Approximately 80 wholesale and jobbing firms have made reservations and will display merchan- - nitr't inn NEW ^^l New shipment o< ( ladies' ribbon hats. . . 5 beautifully designed i in large brim, off-the- ) face styles. . .created in spring colors consisting of red, pink, blue, yellow, beige, navy, and block . . . just the . t h i n g for spring and summer wear . . . 2.98 SPEAKER HERE—Rev. F. B. Coliett of Buia Beach, Ohio, is the principle speaker at the Annual Missionary convention of the Lubbock Gospel Tabernacle Christian and Missionary Alliance, 1503 Avenue V. The convention, which has been underway this week, will be concluded with Sunday night's services. Rev. Coliett will speak at both Sunday morning and night services Pictures of French Indo-China, where he lias spent much of his time, will be shown Sunday by Rev. J J. Van Hine in connection with the meeting, according to announcement by Rev. C. A. Gifford. pastor. jlech Engineers Banquet Tonight Sixteenth annual banquet of the Kngineering society of Texas Technological college will be conducted at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the women's new dormitory.. Charles A. filler, Houston, ot the Texas company, will be the principal speaker. Banquets will be conducted by former students of the engineering division tonight in 13 other cities in the United States, Philadelphia Washington, Chicago, Seattle, Lou Angeles, Atlanta Dallas, Austin, Houston Corpus Christi, Wichita, Kas., Schenectady and New Or- Jeans. Students, faculty members and alumni v.-ill attend the banquet at the college, which will be sponsored by the Engineering society, of which Mack Alcheson of Lubbock is preside/) t. Class speakers will be Robert Slater, Lubbock, freshman; Creed Coffee, jr., Big Spring, sophomore, Bob Bandeen Abilene junior, and Forrest Bell Farwell, senior. F. L. McRee, associate professor o£ civil engineering, will be the toastmaster. H. F. Godeke, head of the mechanical engineering department, will give the invocation. Hugh Cranberry oE Dallas, 1941 graduate, will be the alumni speaker. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! TO PRESENT SHOW KANSAS CITY, Kas., March 6. »j—The American Royal Livestock and Horse show, one of the big sgricuUure shows of the Midwest, is to be presented next fail as usual. Harry Darby, president of the show, said today that in line with President Roosevelt's expressed desire for continuance of farm shows and fairs there would be no interruption in the American Royal. Dates were set for Oct 24 to 31. dise, Sexton reported. Invitations have been sent to more than 1,000 retail firms to be renresented. Despite war curtailments, officials of the market said, merchandise lines will foe surprisingly complete and they are assured that, in most cases, prompt deliveries can be made. Tbriftae A MODERN LOW-COST MAINTENANCE PLAN that's totally new and different! VOO SAYS MOKfY YOU ENJOY ATTfHTIOH coo ? SXAJ IY* CAK IS fXAMtlteo FRff »y 4 M. 0. (MOTOI DOCT O ») © »f PXESCXIVft OMIY HfCtSSAKY OffKATIOHS /;v YOU JM* ONLY FOR WHAT YOU V WflEJf YOU *ECQ n CAX-S tire is te*eTHEHto AT MINIMUM COST CHECK YOUR PONTIAC DEALER FOR FUU DETAILS b. BESTWRK MOTOR COMPANY 1011 14th Street p , ,.„, , ., „ i*none 4oOB «nn »T o ,_ ^ e " Cu5ler Servic* Station 300 N. 9th St. c, , „, Slafon, Texas. .Plol 4343 For The Fellowship Meeting Is To Close Today Panhandle and South Plains annual world fellowship meet for young people will close at 2-30 o'clock this afternoon, sessions having begun Friday afternoon at Fjrst Christian church, said Rev. H. G. Gantz, pastor. . Visiting leaders of young people attending include: Miss Mona Holt of Fcrt Worth, state director; Rev. H. M. Bedford, Herrford area director; Dr. R. C. Snodgrass! Amarillo; Miss Jerry Daniels Amarillo; Rev. Lester B, Rickman, Plamview; Rev. and Mrs B A Non-is, Pampa; C. T.' Hightower; Pampa; Rev. Joe Findley, Canyon. They are accompanied by delegations of ywng people The theme of the meet is "We Must Be Christian." WEST TEXAS VULNERABLE SAN ANGELO, March 6. (ff)— West Texas, with its vast oil fields, is one of the most vulnerable spots in this section of the nation to saboteurs, Maj. Arthur Knickerbocker of the Texas Defense guard told guardsmen here. COOPERATIVES SOLUTION DALLAS, March 6 l/P)—Leonard Cowder/. of Arnarillo, manager of Consumers Cooperative associated group" is the one group in this nation that has a chance to "halt the decay in the processes of democracy." Cowden spoko before the joint con veil lion of the Texas Cooperative Ginners association at- and the Cooperative Gin Service and Supply company. -HEADACHE , i w !?£? your head aches and nerves! are jittery, get reltif quickly, pleas- 1 antly wlih Capudlne. Acts fast bl- I *£?!? u ' s "luW- Use only aa lilrected. [ All druggists. 10c, 30c, COc. ' SRDDIES FOR BETTER SERVICE BRING YOUR SHOES AND BOOTS TO— —^ WHITE „, i'ETROUEUM JSLLY WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER Broadway at Ave. J ^~~ cf **l&sb$^^g&&**^**-- OUR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE IS YOUR PROTECTION. [DOUBLE CHECK GUARANTEES ACCURACY Hilton Hotel A COMPLETE LINE OF WERYDAYTOillT NEEDS Today'* Veen comperHion \n tJi» and locial worlds demandt that your per- lonal appearance meet Iho highest fesft. Men everywhere wlio ere most «HenKv» to pensnal groommg cfiosse Sfag ifemj. For Slag -Je'UWes were developed « E complefs «/i-ay oF I?em» for men. Sfarr yoor Jay wiifi f?ie Sfag Shave ard -follow through" wilfc the o?Jisr Stag producfj. 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