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-THE MORNING AVALANCHI ' l.ubbock, Texas, Tue.sdoy, March ^0, 1942 Dial 4343 For The Avalanche-Journal Offices By Margaret Turner Announcements Made Of Three Marriages; Miss Anita Seay Will Wed •rpo folks worrying about their -, J- tires not lasting through thf: : summer, a country editor offers .;this sage advice: "No shortage : has yet b«en reported on shoe leather and, until there is, pedestrians probably won't be put on rations." ' <. * * "There is but one road to peace and that is truth."— , Shelley. • * * * • ' FORGET YOURSELF . rpo what an extent arr you \vill- • .•*• ing to have your civil liber- 'ties challenged? Can you forget -yourself in this present struggle and concentrate on helping to _ keep your country and thus civili- " ration alive? These, and other pertinent questions, were asked by briUiart Dr. Katliryn McHaln of Washington, D. C., general director of the American Association of University Women, in addressing a group of Lubbock women Saturday afternoon. If you are piqued because you cannot get certain things that you have come to look upon as necessities but which the government .has decided are unnecessary luxuries you are only showing how selfish you are, she said. Chins up, or thumbs up, whatever phrase we use in these troubled days, the women of America must, follow the word with the . deed. We cannot utter cheerful sentiments and then let our faith ''-and our spirits ebb. k -i. If news 5s bad, if courage is v low, take steps to be calm. Don't : fall heir to those dreadful things .called war nerves. * » * IN THE MAIL ? TTvEAR Miss Turner: Regarding _ ±J- your paragraphs on "Walking •jWell" in the Morning Avalanche ' March 3, tell 'em to not swing their arms like they were hung on ' twine strings. Your article could "/well be read and suggestions .- practiced by men as well as wo- . men. ".. Sincerely, ; K. C. Glenn, i Temple. were pleased that Mr. Glenn wrote the brief note but we \ i were especially interested in a re- V S^print from Lloyd C. Douglas' "My ^Pledge" that first appeared in ^Reader's Digest and which Mr. Ceremony Is Read In 0. W. Mdeod Home Today's Events. ,. Of social prominence Monday were the announcements of the Odell Whitesal o; took place Monday J ; 'Glenn sent us. Here it is: v- Since I cannot fight for marriage of three couples. Miss Evelyn Catching became the bride of Odell Whites?!, Miss Charlotte Wheelock was wed to Lieut. Cli'.i- ton W. Kirkpatrick and Miss Elizabeth Boerner and Sgt Robert A, Parvin were married. Whitesal-Calchins The marriage of Miss Evelyn Catching, daughter of Mrs. Ben "F. Catching of '2615 Twenty-first | street, and Waxahaehie night at 8 o'clock in the home o'f the bride's aunt, Mrs. O. W. McLeod, and Mr. McLeod, 1901 Thirty-third street, with Dr. C. E. Hereford of the First Baptist church officiating. Mrs. Hereford played the wedding music. The bride, given in marriage by Mr. and McLeod, wore a navy suit with white accessories and a corsage of white gardenias. Miss Etoile McLeod was maid of honor. She wore a powder blue chiffon dresjr and a corsage of wedgewood iris. George A. Simmons, jr., attended Mr. Whitesal as best man. A reception was held after the ceremony and the bride's cake was cut. In the dining room were ' Mesdames Gus Erwin, E. J. Parsons and George Simmons. Assisting in serving were Misses Margie Leftwich, Ruth Hereford and La Juanda McLeod. Miss Ada Ola Lykes presided at the bride's book. The bride is a graduate of Roscoe High school and a former student at Texas Technological college. She has been employed at the J. C. Penney company for two years. Mr. Whitesal was assistant manager of the Penney store before going to Waxahachse where he is a store manager. Kirkpatiick- Wheelock Miss Charlotte Wheelock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wheelock of Lubbock. and Lieut. Clinton W. Kirkpatrick, son of Mrs. I. N. Hatton of Salinas, Calif., were married March 6 in Glendale, Ariz. Rev. Faye Prince, Methodist minister, officated. The bride wore a navy blue crepe frock with linen lace trim, and a white panama hat with navy veil. Her accessories were navy and white and she wore a corsage of white gardenias. Several hours before his marriage, Lieut.- Kirkpatrick received Mbury Methodist Wesleysn Service Oulld. 7:30 f, m., Mri. A. J. Brandon, 1414 7th fit. 1934 Needle club, 3 p. m.. Mrs. Buel Hail. 2111 21st St. Victorj club. T:33 p. m., Mr. and Mrs. K. f. Norwood. 1311 Ave. CJ. Need!« Club Bee. 3 p. tv, llri. C. C. Chambets, 12H 16lh St. First Baptist YWA. 8 p. m., Mil. J. W. Mallory, 1712-B lOlh St. Clement-Soroses club. J p. ra.. Mrs. J. Hay Lee. 1910 26tb St.. Mrs. Vance Apple, co-hostess. First Christian Woman's Cornell. 10 a. ns., to 5 p. m. church; Red Cross «»-ing. Tuesday Bible class. 3r30 p. m., Mrs. W. T. Raybon, 1110 l«th S'.. Athenaeum :lub. 3 p. m., Hotel Lub- boclc. Twentieth Century club, 3 y. m., Hotel Lubbock. Treble Clef chorus, 4:30 p. m.. First Presbyterian church. Sunshine Child Study ciub 1:15 p. m.. Mrs. O. A. Woody, 2806 20lh St., to senior the Red Cross. Soros!: club, 3 p. m., Mr«. W. A. Clark, 2418 27th St. Lubbocic Woman's Forum. 3 p. m., Mrs. Bill Davis. 2221 !5th St.. with Mesdames A. E. Dletering. P. E. Collette an« R. S. Underwood as co-hostesses. Variety Is Keynote To Women's Missionary Society Programs Held Monday Afternoon Featuring a variety nf topics, programs were presented by missionary societies of the churches of Lubbock Monday afternoon. Circle meetings in homes were conducted by several groups. In the form of a court scene, a program on "Conscience on Trial" wss presented at the First Baptist Women's Missionary society meeting at the church. Mrs. Dewey George was presiding officer. Mrs. J. B. Walker was judge, Mrs. H. R. Laubhan was clerk, Mrs. H. G. Whitmore was the plaintiff and Mrs. S. R. McKinnon was the defendent. Witnesses were Mesdames Fted Rogers and R. J. Williams. Topics Discussed Mrs. Laubhan led in a devotion. Speakers and their topics were as follows: "Things Mrs. J. B. Roberson, That Are Just"; Mrs. Junior Sorosis club. 3 Christian, 2107 13th 6t. p. rr... Mrs. Joe Jolly Dozen forty-two club, 3 p. m., Mrs. Lorn Tucker, 1505 Ave. R. Circles S and 8 of the First Christian Woman's council. 9:30 a. m., church an- Whitmore, "Injustice in America"; Mrs. Rogers, "Justice to the Negros"; Mrs. McKinnon, "Home Missions Promoting Inter-Racial Justice" and Mrs. Walker, "Think Justly—Act Justly." Accompanied by Mrs. George, Mrs. Leo Waite and Miss Jane Rogers sang. Mrs. J. V. Jones gave the closing prayer. Seventy-eight members were present with 15 members of the Elkin Lockett circle the honor circle. Mrs. Owen; lesson, Mrs. W. E. Peterson with Mesdames Harmon McLarty and W. E. Hamilton giving discussions on "The Family Home"; prayer, Mrs. W. F. Bpnde. Mary Martha, Mrs. Jack Miltcri, 2107 8th St.; devotion, Mrs. J. F. Thomas; lesson, Mrs. Fred Johnson, assisted by Mrs. Paul Williams; prayer, Mrs. J. E. Walter; 11 members, a guest and a new member, Mrs. J. H. Williamson. Ada B, Mrs. C. H. Loving 1506 32nd St.; devotion, Mrs Cecil Tune; lesson, M'.-s. Cloyes Tune assisted by Mrs. G. P. Bayless; 8 members. Circle meetings for the First Methodist Woman's Society oj Chriotian Service were "reported as follows: Cuba, Mrs. Sam Stewart, chairman; Mrs. B. E. Adair, 2407 22nd St.; lesson, Mrs. R. H. McCarty; 1930 Friendship Club Meets In Tailey Home -• As guests of Mesdames C. M. Mitchell and Erie Thompson, members' of the 1330 Friendship club met Friday afternoon in the horoa of Mrs. Pebble Tailey, 1510-B Avenue M.' Their special guests were Mes- damrvs 'J. H. Beard and Lula Kohler, and members present were Mesdames A. W. Evans, A. G. and R. C. Odom, R. F. Adkins, J. B. McCauley, Joe Hess, W. W. Campbell and C. E. Love. 19 members Brazil, Mrs. W. T. Strange, my composing his wings and commission from s country, I have an obligation to I be calm, to avoid disruptive con- j'troversy, to discipline my preju- i dices. ' If I have frights and jitters I f shall keep them to myself. Jitters i'are contagious. If I am scared I '•won't tell anybody. One of the '^most heroic acts of patriotism I ccan perform, in a time like this, 1 is to shut up. If I can't do any- jjthing else for my country, I can iirefuse to act as delivery boy for # rumors. ; ; * » • ^ How would you like to join Mr. t Douglas in that pledge? i * * » !:• WHITES TO SOLDIERS ^T)ETTY JEAN ROBERTS of *• Jj route 4 writes that she is cor- yresponding with seven soldiers, '.two of whom she knows personal- 'Jly and five who got her name and gaddress from friends who wanted Luke field advanced air base at Phoenix, Ariz. He and his bride are at home in Gleridale temporarily. Guests were the bride's parents; her grandmother, Mrs. K. Carter; her uncle, K. Carter, jr.; the bridegroom's sisier, Mrs. H. G. Givens, and Mr. Givens of Am T arillo and the bride's aunt, Mrs. D. G. Bowers, and two children, David and - Kay Aline -Bowers of Abilene. Parvin-Boerner i peri pals. Betty Jean says the soldiers jhave asked her to 'get correspond- ^ents for them and asks Lubbock i girls who are interested to write )her. ."The boys to whom I am ..writing say that letters help to ••break the monotony of camp life," ^•writes Miss Roberts. •- * * * V S WANTS JOB MIDDLE-AGED woman telephoned us she is badly in ineed of work. She would like to |!keep house for an elderly woman ('or for a couple where there are mo children. Her telephone num- £ber is 5380. j * * * >*; LOST A DOG? In a single ring ceremony read Saturday afternoon in the home of the officiating minister, Rev. R. A. Pqrtlow, and Mrs. Partlow, at 1207% College avenue, Miss Elizabeth Boerner of San Antonio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Boerner of Comfort, and Sgt. Robert A. Parvin were united in r-, , marriage. Sgt. Parvin is stationed betty at the Lubbock Army Flying \A/;^U The bride wore a beige suit with brown accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Attending the couple were Sgt. R. Q. Halpin from the Lubbock Flying school, and Mrs. Halpin and Mrs. E. C. Scoggin of Honolulu. Sgt. , Parvin is a graduate of Austin college, Sherman. The couple will be at home at 210o Sixteenth street. Dallas To Be Hostess Auxiliary to NALC, 7:16 p. m., Mri. A. J. goltVori. 2201 8th St. Past Matron] of OES, 8 p. fla.. Mrs. Paul Hardwlck, 2307 18th St. Tech Faculty club party, 8 p. m., east ballroom at Hotel Lubbock. Hed Cress Home Nursing courss. sponsored by George M. Hunt P-TA; t to 11 a. m., school; Mrs. Don Reeder, Instructor. First Aid course, •ipousored by Dupre P-TA; 7 p. m., school; Cyril Batten, Instructor. Red Cross Home Nursing course, sponsored by George R. Bean P-TA; 1 to 3 p. m.. school; Mrs. C. L. Adams. Instructor. Pint Methodist Scrosls class luncheon. 13:4S p. m.. fellowship hall: Mrs. Nolan Whitlow's group to be hostess. Junior Twentieth Century club, 3 p. m.. Girl Scout Little House, 26th St. and Avenue P; Rabbi Garselc to speak. Lubboclc Girl Scout council, 1:30 p. m Girl Scout Little House. Red Cross .Home Nursing course, sponsored by George R.I Bean P-TA: 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.. school; Mrs. Robert McBurney, Instructor. Presbyterian Woman's auxiliary book review, 8 p. m.. Fellowship h«H; Dr. James G. Allen to review "Windswept" (Chase). Merry Needlers club. 3 p. m., Mrs. Allen D. Loter. 1114 Ave. M; Mrs. Foy Johnson, assistant hostess. Tint Baptist TUbekah class, 1 p. m.. activities center; luncheon. Matrons forty-two club. 2:30 p. m., Mrj. J. M. Young, 3431 13th St. Free picture show of Lubboct gardens, 8 p. ra.. Tech Engineering auditorium; sponsored by the South Plains Dahlia society. Pioneer Needle club. 3 p. m.. Mesdames Pebble Tailey and L. D. P.inkin to be hostesses at 1510-B Ave. i£. -Assembly Dancing club, 4 £.' m,, mezzanine floor of Hilton hotel. "The Health of India" was topic of discussion for Mrs. T. C. Porter at the St. John's Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service meeting at the church. Mrs. Paul Gates gave the devotion and spoke on "Jesus Goes About Healing the Sick." Twenty-five members attended. For a lesson taught by Mrs. Jeff Welch, 21 members of the Central Baptist Women's Missionary society met in the activities center. Mrs. J. B. Trent gave the closing prayer. Presbyterian Circles Programs for circles of the First Presbyterian Woman's auxiliary were as follows: Circle 3 met in the home of Mrs. C. J. Wagner for a covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Ed Amsworth was program director and Mrs. Wagner led the Bible study. Twenty members and a visitor attended. Meeting in the J. M. Lewis home, members of Circle 5 had a covered dish luncheon. Mrs. S C Wilson was in charge and Mrs. L. C. Ellis directed a Bible study Sixteen members and two visitors were present. Reports of Red Cross Work and other activities of the year were made at the meeting of Circle 6 in the home of Mrs. R. S. Rodgers A covered dish luncheon was held' Mr j- J°e Boyd gave the devotion and Mrs. Charles Galbraith directed the program. Meetings of the First Christian Woman s council circles were as follows: 1. Mrs Bates Witt, 1920 26th St.; devotion, Mrs. D. N. Leaverton; lesson, Mrs. George Forbes- 12 members and a visitor, Mrs! chairman; Mrs. L. B. Woods, 3017 20th St.; Mrs. C. R. Hurmence, assistant hostess; lesson, Mrs. A. C. Sanders, jr.; 17 members., Japan, Mrs. Henry Lawson, chairman; Mrs. E. A. Tipton, 1909 15th St.; lesson, Mrs. G. C. Beard; 10 members and a new member. India, Mrs Arthur E. Gamble, chairman; Mrs. D. M. Davis and L. P. Gilbert co-hostesses in Davis home, 2401 24th St.; lesson, Mrs. Rufus Rush; 11 members. Poland, Mrs. J. D. Peters, chairman and hostess at 1212 14th St.; lesson, Mrs Fred Adkins; 15 members. Africa, Mrs. J. P. Giles, chairman; Mrs. Allan Hill, 1903 16th St.; lesson, Mrs. Marvin Hilburn; 7 members. Argentina. Mrs. Vernon Brown, chairman: Mrs. H. H. Holmes, 2302 Monroe St.; Mrs. Marcus Helber, assistant hostess; lesson, Mrs. O. L. Byrd; 12.members. Alaska Circle Alaska, Mrs. E. W. Brown, chairman; Mrs. H. I. Robinson, 1419 Broadway; Mrs. A. G. Odom, assistant hostess; lesson, Mrs. T. A. Rogers; 15 members and 2 visitors. Bolivia, Mr. E. T. Kelly, chairman; Mrs. D. D. Cross, 3001 20th St.; lesson, Mrs. Cecil Matthews; 10 members. China, Mrs. B. E. Needles, chairman; Mrs. A. B. Brown, 1923 34th St.;'Mrs. W. M. Miller, assistant hostess; lesson, Mrs. I. F. Kennedy; 15 members. Korea, Mrs. W. G. Alderson chairman; Mrs. A. W. Evans, 2309 16th St.; Mrs. C. B. Verner, assistant hostess; lesson, Mrs. Clarence Whiteside; 17 members. Mexico, Mrs. George R. Bean, chairman and hostess, 1614 19th St.; lesson, Mrs. B. L. Cogdill; 6 members. Panama, Mrs. E. F. Alford. chairman; Mrs. H. D. Stanley, 2107 16th St.; lesson, Mrs. J.. M.^Steele; 18 me'mbers and a visitor. ' • Miss Li la All red To Address Graduates "Present Day 1 Consumer Problems" will be subject for Miss Lila Allred at a monthly meeting of the Tech Council of Women Graduates tonight at 7:45 o'clock in the Chimayo room of the Hilton hotel. Miss Allred is instructor in clothing and textiles at Texas Technological college. A short business meeting also is scheduled. Every woman graduate of Tech college is eligible to become a member of the Council and is invited to attend the lecture, Mrs. .1. G. Keyes, chairman, said this morning. "Windswept" Will Be Reviewed Tonight Under auspices of the woman's auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church, Dean James G. Allen will review "Windswept" (Chase) at Fellowship hall tonight at 8 o'clock. The lecture will be the last one in the current series. Admittance .will be by season tickets or individual admission of 35 cents. Dickey-Couey Rites Are Read In Clovis The marriage of Mrs. Tonie Couey and E. M. Dickey of this city took place in Clovis, N. M., Saturday morning at 1C o'clock. The couple has lived in Lubbock for several years. Mr. Dickey is employed by the Santa Fe Railway company. They are at home at 1511 Avenue G. Date Of Wedding Is Told At Tea Sunday Announcement of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Anita Seay and Ensign Roy Bass was made Sunday afternoon at a tea given by the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Dewey Seay of Tul.'a. Approximately 80 guests callad between 3 and 5 o'clock at the F. R. Friend home, 2005 Broadway. The refreshment table was centered with an immense anchor made of white carnations and sweetpeas and lined with blue cornflowers. On the crossbar was the wedding date, March 29, and at the bottom of the arrangement were lettered the first names of the betrothed couple, "Anita and Roy." Members of the house party wore corsages of small anchors decorated with carnations and ribbons. Miss Seay wore an afternoon frock with blue chiffon blouse anc full pink chiffon skirt and a corsage of roses in a deeper shade o: pink. Mr. Bass sent the corsage. Mrs. Seay wore blue crepe anc Mrs. Bass wore a white dress with a red jacket. In Receiving Line Mrs. Leo Waite greeted guest at the door and presented them t the receiving line made up o Mrs. Seay; the honoree; Mrs Ivan M. Bass of Waco, mother o the bridegroom-elect; Miss Opal Seay, sister of the bride-to-be: Mrs. Kenneth Duckworth and Mrs. J. E. Hamilton. Mrs. George McCleskey and Miss Marcelia Ware alternated in presiding at the guest book and Mesdames H. R. McKee of Slaton and J. T. Lankfnrd pnured tea. Others in the house party were Mesdames L. J. Abbott, Everett D. Miller, Winton Kyle, Misses Mary Anna Wood and Dorothy Waite. During the afternoon Mrs. C.' E. Hereford played . piano selections; • Miss Betty Jewel Seay, sister of the bride-elect, played the accordion; Mesdames C. C. Lindsey and Rex Webster sang solos and a trio composed of Misses Jane Rogers Mona Hamil and Geraldine Ter- Enlisted Men Respond To Dancing Offer Mrs, Alan Slrout, Works Proij- cts administration supervisor of ecreation for defense,' has an- lounced that enlisted men from he Lubbock Army Flying school are responding enthusiastically to he offer of a beginners' class for lopular dancing.- Miss Mary Ruth iiltz is offering her services and her studio. Classes are held Monday and Thursday nights at 7 o'clock, rlub-ettes, who will act as dancing 3artners, will be enlisted from the Major and Minor club at Texas Technological college. The club is made up of girls majoring or minoring in physical education. ouncil To Sponsor First" Aid Course A Red Cross first aid course will be begun Tuesday, March 24, in room 110 of the Senior High school building. Miss Kathleen Ingram, director of safety in the Lubbock Public schools, will be instructor. Subsequent lectures will follow Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3 to 5 o'clock. The City Parent-Te'acher council is spon-| soring the course. • ™ Those wishing to register are asked to telephone Mrs. Charles A. Ross, 9924. The class will be limited to 35 persons, Mrs. Ross said. Clara Forbes. t i t Honored Jones ' 1628 City For Convention DALLAS, March 9—Following a recent state board meeting, Mrs. A. A. Brown, state president of the American Association of University Women, announced that |]A LITTLE white puppy with [Dallas has been designated the !•"- black blots on his face and hostess city for the 1943 National I1I44-1 A 1»1 n «T_ _«_£_ ^i A1 J.;^ _ f T_*_ i~*r\** »*«.«*?_. _ * j.t • • »' ___ Mrs. Dee T. Worley, 2204 Twenty-ninth street, entertained Saturday afternoon with a party honoring her daughter, Betty, on her fourth birthday. Games were played and a prize %vas awarded to little Bonnie '-Davidson. Favors were paper hats and alloons which hung from the ght over the refreshment table. ce cream and tiny cakes, each /ith an individual candle, were erved to Billy Wayne Jordan, oyce Simpson, Sally and Joan "nance, John Kent Ashby, Melvin, nd Bob Linn, Wanece Bownds, tfary Jo Jackson, Ann Katherine italnaker, Carol Hill and Bonnie Davidson. Gifts were sent by Bobby Johnon of Washington, D. C., Gypsy Cooper, of Coleman, Nancy and Uittle black spots at the tip of his flail has been staying at 2518 (^Twenty-seventh street and 2520 (Twenty-seventh street. Residents {.are anxious for his owner to come land get him. f « * » f GOOD COFFEE .npHObt; .who have been in close ''J- touch with the quartermaster Jcorps of both the Army and Navy ihave heard the opinion expressed Uhat good coffee is one of the best jpiorale builders and makes an en- tiisted man feel at home in a new i'camp instantly. t; • *, Buy A Defense Bond TODAYI Convention of the A. A. U. W. Miss Eugenia Terrv, a past president of the Dallas branch, has been named convention manager. Miss Terry has served for several years on the state board of the Texas Division of the A. A. U. S. The Baker hotel, Dallas, will be National Convention headquarters, with the Adolphus hotel as the Texas Convention headquarters for the session, dates of which will be announced later. FRI. 13™ 'JINX' PREVUE - 11:30 -K ON THE SCREEN -* ** DOCTOR Thrills! Chills! With Theater in Complete Darkness! CAN YOU TAKE IT? If you can, a 'JINX PREVUE BRAVERY PASS' eniiiling you to S&B a. show FREE at some future dale will be 7-our reward! • PALACE • New Plymouth Motors $110.00 Fenner Tubbs Co. lOlh At L. Phone 2-2111 il YELLOW IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS FOR FEMININE USE MARK HAISEY DRUG STORE THE CALL TO WOMEN Thounnds of vacancies hcinjr crtatri in KOV cmrwot snd business offices. NYw Condcnjt Seorecjrrjl Course quickly prepares for pjtn ocif scmce and actrictitc income. . . . Box S BUSINESS—-^COLLEGE Lobbnck, AMltat, Call**, WlcbiU Fall] c:t. ^- - ' St., devotion, Mrs. E. A. McClure- lesson, Mrs. G. E. Dawson; 19 members. 3. Mrs Frank Haden, 2302 8th St., devotion, Mrs. Bob Crawford- lesson, book. review given by Mrs Haden; 8 members and Mrs. Cloud B. Cook Will Entertain Mrs. Claud Bryon Cook is to be at home Saturday afternoon at her home, 3113 Twentieth street. Receiving hours are to be between 3 and 6 o'clock. rell sang. Ensign Bass, a commissioned officer in the Navy reserve, is stationed at Memphis, Tenn. He is a former Lubbock attorney. COMMON SENSE.. proved thousands upon £ thousands of times! ^J/ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE • In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets, there are «o chemicals, no minerals, no phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are different— act different. Purely cegelable —a combination of 10 vegetable ingredients formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoated or candy coated, their action is dependable, thorough, yet gcntl 1 :, as millions of NR's have proved. Get a 25t box today ... or larger economy size. HR TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT Mrs.- Fraser McGuire To Entertain Club Members of the Rendezvous bridge club will meet Wednesday Peru, Mrs. B. F Hodges chair- night at 7:45 o'clock at Hotel Lubman; Mrs. Jack West, 2104 14th '"''' '""' " —----• St.; lesson, Mrs. B. L. Cogdill;' 13 Mrs. Fraser McGuire will members. member. a new 4 Mrs. B. H. Moore. 2012 17th St.; devotion, Mrs. C. C. Simpson- Lesson, Mrs. C. S. Eskridge- " m*amV»£».«f ^O^-j members. A " , M rs ", A - A - Marchant, 1923 i St.; devotion, Mrs. Carl Beni°"L^ SOn 'M es 5 ame s N. H. Mc* ' -- m- Snm« •» ° VJSltors - Mesdames Sumner Haynes and J. J. Richards. 7. Mrs. Clifton Barrier, route 1; devotion, Mrs. Homer Pharr- lesson, Mrs R. A. Mills; 12 members. Growing Together" ,,_ For studies aken from the book Growing Together in the Family" (Wood) circle meetings were held by the Asbury Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service. uu ^ti, .-,*. wiKuiaii, j.-«aiu..y ctnu Susanna Wesley, Mrs. W W erry Denton and Billy Bownds. ' Owen, 3Soi 21st St.; devotion] Members Of Assembly Club To Meet Today According to an announcement Monday by Mrs. Earl Collins, an important meeting of the Assembly Dancing club will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock on the mezzanine floor of the Hilton hotel. HELPS PREVENT From Developing . --.At the first sneeze, sniffle or sign of nasal irritation, put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol up each if you suffer distress from FEMALE WEAKNESS Which Makes You Blue, Cranky NERVOUS- At such times if you're troubled by cramps, headache, backache, a bloated feeling, nervousness—distress of "Irregularities"—due to functional monthly disturbances- try Lydia 2. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundl It's helped thousands •upon thousands of women and girls to go "smiling thru" such "difficult days." Lydia Pinkham's Compound is one medicine you can buy today- wade especially jor icomcn-to relieve monthly pain and its tired nervous feelings due to this cause. And in such a sensible -way! With nature's own. beneficial roots and herbs. No harmful opiates. Taken regularly — thruout the month—Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such symptoms. Follow label directions. Worth trying! nostril. Its quick action aids nature's defenses against colds. Follow VKKS directions in folder. VA-TRO-NOL H. V. ROBERTSON & CO. tmtuiuto ma ouvn-uxu »tj>c- AMUIULLO Louisiana produces one-half the sulphur in the United States. De- found near Sulphur City. 1803 Broadway Phone 9521 SINUS INFECTION Dr. E, M. Whitacre Osleopathic Physician and Surgeon | Dial 5642 511 MyricSc Bldg. FHA DEFENSE HOUSING PLAN ATTENTION FARMERS Farmers may now use an FHA INSURED MORTGAGE to build or repair HOUSES. BARNS, SHEDS, POULTRY HOUSES, SILOS and other farm structures. Farm Land can be bought or refinanced on this plan, also. Payments are made semiannually or annually . . this loan may be repaid over a period of 20 years or in some cases 25 years • Provide your family •with a modern attractive home without waiting years to accumulate the cash, FOR FULL DETAILS SEE BUILDERS LUMBER CO. 1306 4th St. Phone 7453 Just $J9' 75 Less allowance for old mounting! Your diamond reset by our expert! Bring your diamong ring up to date! Have your diamond reset now in this smartly styled streamlined yellow gold mounting with 2 brilliant side diamonds. Your old mounting in trade! DIAMOND BRIDAL PAIR Both Rings at this Price of only . . . Ask for LESTER'S "FAMOUS 100" and charge it. Pay only ... $1.50 WEEKLY FIRESTONE EMERSON PH!LCO and G. E. RADIOS A gool selection of models selling from $11.95 to $198,50 TERMS HOME, AUTO SUPPLY AND SERVICE STORE Bill Slater, Mgr. loth and Ave. L Phone 5588 Lubbock General Hospital Clinic Formerly Lubbock Sanitarium Clinic GENERAL SURGERY J. T. Krueger. M. D., F. A C S J. H. Stiles. M.D., F.A.C.S. (Ortho) H. E. Mast, M. D. (Oroiotyi EYE, EAR. NOSE & THROAT J. T. Hutchinson, M. D. Ben B. Hutchinson, M. D • E. M. Blake. M. D <A;;cnfy> IKFANTS AND CHILDREN M. C. Overton, M. D. Arthur Jenkins. M. D. INTERNAL MEDICINE W. H. Gordon, M. D. * R. H. McCarty. M. D. iCsraioioer) * la V. S. Amy Service. Clifford E. Hunt, Supjrinterdent XJIEDICINE J. P. Laltimore, M. D. H. C, Maxwell, M. D. G. S. Smith. M. D. W. A. Reser. M. D. J. D. Donaldson, M. D. W. 7. Birdsong, M. D. OBSTETRICS O. R. Hand. M. D. X-RAY AND LABORATORY James D. Wilson, M. D. BJSSIBSNr PHYSICIAN Wayne Reeser, M. D. J. H. Felton, BnsJness Man»ger v « v PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY X-RAY AND RADIUM, SCHOOL OF NURSING

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