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AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Wecfmsrfay,'March'11 / 1942 4343 For Th« Avo.fanefo-Jflurnoi By Margaret Turner bit "Si TilPORTANT in the new simpli- J- fied wartime color chart for spring are such light-hearted shades .as Cheer navy, Spruce ,ue, Hush beige, Town brc\vn, nkee marine. Flowerpot brown, Lady'finger beige, Pinafore blue, Dickybird yellow and Drum major red. These basic dyes are available in dresses, suits, shoes, hats and accessories at modest prices in gay, wearable styles. • Mix them or match them as you will, use two or even three colors qV cue fell swoop, and rest content in the knowledge that Ih-i tones that are supposed to match actually come out of the same dye-pot. It's a great idea for morale-on-a-budget. ; « * * ': . HIRED HELP BLUES A ND you think you have a hard time finding a girl to come in to clean house two or three times a week and keep the kids when you talk your husband into taking you to a movie! Shame, shame, read this tale of woe as written by Lucrece Hudgens. feature writer for Wide World, a bride, who is trying to set up housekeeping in Washington, D. C. When she talks about the servant problem in the nation's capital she speaks with plenty of authority. Take it away from here Lucrece Hudgens: /AS H.I NGTON — Setting up Decorations And Discussion Topics Featu re rr~ Theme Tuesday Activities Center Is Scene For Luncheon Of Baptist Class "Chri c * : an Fellowship" was title of discussions given by Mr, and Mrs. Leo Waite at the First Bap- .ist Rebekah class luncheon Tues- Jay afternoon in the activities center. Twenty-three members and seven visitors attended. Luncheon Is Held By Episcopal Auxiliary Five members of the St. Paul's M Episcopal Woman's auxiliary met Programs Presented On State Romances Evideu'.'e of the Texas theme was found in decorations, refreshments and programs of a number of federation clubs which met Tuesday afternoon. Meeting in the basement of the Bill Davis home, 2221 Twenty- fifth street, Lubbock Woman's Forum members featured decorations representatives of the Lone Star State. Mesdames A. E. Dietering, P. E. Collette and R. S. Underwood were co-hostes, c es with Events. * Loyil Sisters 'feedle club, 3 p. m.. Mil. John Mcrrlsoft, 2021 10th St. Las Amlgas club, 2:30 p. m., Mrs. Rex Smallln, 810 Ave. J. Wednesday Needle club. 3 H. Rushing. 23U 13th St. p. ni., Mn. Monday morning at Seaman hall for Red Cross sewing. Thirty- "Texas, Our Texas" Under the direction of Mrs. seven members attended a lunch- j Raymond Marshall, members sang eon and business meeting at the hall Monday afternoon. Mrs. M. A. Brophy conducted a Lenten study following the luncheon; Mrs. Max Eikel discussed religious current events and Mrs. F. A. McLain led a devo- ion. Mrs. J. D. Stalnaker To Be Club Hostess A meeting of the Homebuilders club, planned for Thursday after- loon with Mrs. J. C. Dean, will be icld in the home of Mrs. J. D. Stalnaker, 2211 Twenty-sixth • -VV 'housekeeping in Washington during .wartime is like trying to make.- a home for yourself on a de's'erf island, only worse. On an island you can always find a tree in which to "roost, and even Robinson_ Crusoe found himself a Alan i'riday. But try and find yourself a Man Friday or just a Girl-on-Wednesdays' in Washington! • * * « '. - Starts Like This /~<ALL up the employment agen- V- .cies and tell 'em you're a newcomer in the city and would like them to send up some cooks to be Interviewed. "Sorry," they say, "we don' have any right now." •- u How about somebody to clean house_, then?" you ask. . "Well," they say, after hunting •through their note books, "we have a girl who can come in three street, tomorrow o'clock. afternoon at 3 never been seen since. Neither nave the towels. Or maybe it'll be something like what happened to the Jack Bells. When Jack was mixing cocktails for some dinner guests his new maid said, "I sure wouldn't mind if you fixed me one of those things, too, Mr. Bell."* * « Sure, Sure, Susie TACK said "Help, yourself, Susie," and left her with the bottle. Two hours later the Jack Bells had to take their six dinner guests out to a restaurant. Not counting the price of the meal that burned up, the evening's bill csme to 12 dollars for food plus a dollar for a tip and 60 cents to have Susie: carried home in a taxi. But the saddest war story I know is that of my friends, the C. C. Worthingtons. They have a the state song, "Texas, Our Texas," accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Cole. Mrs. Rem Thomson spoke on "The Romance of Quanah Parker" and Mrs. Clarence Whiteside gave the "Legend of Lover's Leap at Waco." Mrs. Alfred Crosby was program director. Mrs. N. H. Holt, a visitor, spoke on "Buying Defense Bonds." Mrs. Fred Stanley sang "Deep in the Heart of Texas." With hostesses dressed as waitresses, refreshments were served to about 30 members cafeteria style. Individual angle food cakes, with "Texas" written on them, and spiced tea and nuts were served. White snapdragons arid flags uf the United States and Texas were decorations. After the program the group visited the antique cabin in. the backyard of the Davis home. Legends And Romances For ?. ^ro^v^rn on "Tp\'as Legends and Romances," members of the Athenaeum club met in Hotel Lubbock. "Legends of Mines and Treasures in Texas" was subject for Mrs. M. L. Shepherd. Mrs. Trumpn Camp spoke on "The Romance of Quanah Parker" and Mrs. J. F. Hankins told of "Outstanding Missions of Texas." "Texans on the Stage and Screen" were listed by Mrs. Jerry Uiiitrd Daught/Ts ot the Confederacy. 3 ji. m., Mits D«li* Wilkinson, HOI nth SI. Unit 3 of AAUW Booknim group. 7:30 P m., Mrs. Lila Lrnning. 2022-A 15th St., Mrs. Vad» Sp«n«, asslstint hostess. Calvary Baptist Junior Girls auxiliary. 3:15 p. in., church. Madonna Circle ot Central Btptlrt church, « p. m., church. First Bipilit G!e»n«rs c!««, 1 p. m., activities ' centei. Delphitn society, 3 p. m., Hilton hotel. Lubboci B »n<t JPW club. 1J noon. Hotel Lubbock, business luncheon. Unity Study clt«, 8 p. m.. Hotel Lubbock. Halcyon forty-two club. 3 p. m., LIr«. James Samson, 2311! 13th St. S. O. W. club, 3 p. m., Mrs. I. C. .Pool, "306 Adams St. Lucky 13 Needle club, 1:30 p. m., Mrs. R. L,. Stewart, New Hope road. Red Cross St. Patrick's Motif Featured By Class Decorations and favors carried out a St. Patrick's day motif at the luncheon meeting of the First Methodist Sorosis club Tuesday afternoon at 12:45 o'clock in Fellowship hall. Mrs. Cecil R. Matthews gave the devotion and Mrs. Thomas E. Pirtle presided for business. Hostesses were Mesdames Nolan Whitlow, Pirilc, J. B. Galland, M. M. Page, J. Ray DicUey and Matthews. Guests were Misses Mary Elizabeth Morgan, Rilla- Catherine Payne, and Mesdames J. M. Slagl-s and W. K. Logan. Other members present were Mesdames J. P. Elms, B. L. Cogdill, O. P. Harlan, A. W. Evans, Burton Burks, Charles Noble, Charles Bauman, G. H. Williams, T. D. Hamill, ^Harvey Austin, Paul Newman, George Brewer, Jack McGinnis, Edwin Sowell, Otis Felty, W. D. Massey and D. L. Trego. Miss Mono Keeter Is 4-H Club Speaker "One of the four illustrations of the well arranged bedroom is the dressing center," Miss Mona Keeter, assistant home demonstration ( agent, told members of the Sun-! meet this afternoon at 3:15 o'clock shine Junior 4-II club Monday at- in the rnusic room of the school ternoon. Joyce Weaver was hostess, building for a program directed Girls attending were Mildred by Mrs. MarviniMcLarty Scott, Betty Jo Gunn, Loy Jo I. Meetings of the association nave Mills', Dorothy Gun, Polly .Mills, I been changed torn^ third Wednes- Senior High P-TA To Have Program -Today Members of the Senior High Parent-Teacher association will Margie Lettrell, Betty Jo Guillot, Frances Owens. Goodman and Rena 1938 forty-two club. 3 p. W. Foster, 1023 Broad*'»>*. m., Mr*. O. m.. Mrs. Elliott •Texa« D«y" pro- All«sro club. 3:30 p Taylor, 2821 23rd St.; gram. hferry Chatterers club. 9 a. »., Mrs. C. H. Hamilton, 1513 23rd St.; br«ki»st. Lindy Needle club. 3 p. m.. Mn. Don Jones, experiment station. ' Just-A-Mere club. 2:30 p. in., Mrs. Harry Kent, 2435 22isd Sc. First Aid course, sponsored by K. Carter P-TA. 3:15 p. m., room 110, school; Milton Greer, Instructor. Well Baby Clinic Is Subject For Address As guest speaker of the Kappa Gamma sorority, Mrs. George Walton talked on the Well Baby clinic, main project of the Junior Welfare League, and showed moving pictures of the babies. The meeting was held Monday night at days to second Wednesdays. Members of the Roscoe Wilson P-TA will be guests. Mrs. H. F. Godeke will give an inspirational talk and Miss Johne Bowles of the Tech home economics faculty will talk on "The Responsibility of a Parent." The Mother Singers will give several, selections. Two Groups Postpone cheduled Meetings Because of the death of Dr. C. VI. Ballenger, meetings of the iVcdnesday Needle club, planned or this afternoon, and the Six and Six forty-two qlub, scheduled 'or Thursday afternoon, have been postponed. Mrs. Ballenger WES to lave been co-hostess for the Wednesday Needle club meeting. Buy A Defense Bond TODAYl the home of Mrs. 2005 Broadway. Women's Circle Hears Review Monday Nigh' "Fellow Helpers to the Truth' was reviewed by Mrs. J. V. Jone at the First Baptist Busines F. R. Friend, I Women's circle meeting Monday night with Mrs. E. B. Speck. Ter Home Nursing course. 1 Foursquare Gospel church; to 3 p. m.. sponsored by hours a day. But she'll have tc be off by noon as she has anothe •job in the afternoons." ' f So you call up all your friend ...-.to see whether they know some-I jfcody who knows somebody who •knows somebody who wants a gob. When you finally get some- 'body don't even ask if she's a Ijood cook or reliable. Just so it's . .somebody who wants a job, you're 'satisfied. j That is you're satisfied until ^things begin to happen. t Like what happened to Marys belle Thomas. Her maid came to Kvork on a Monday morning, and (every day that week one of the •towels disappeared from the bath- jroom. Every morning Marybelle (put- a towel on the rack over the ftub and that night when she came ihome from work it was gone. ! The day Marybelle finally (•worked up enough courage to ask jthe maid about the towels was the (day the maid decided she didn't (want to work anymore. She's cook who has been with them so long she is the nearest thing to a family retainer you're likely to find in the 20th century. The other night I was amazed to see the Worthington's standing in a line in a cafeteria. "What's this?" I asked. "Cook's night out?" Mrs. Worthington swallowed hard and surreptitiously wiped away a . tear. Mr. Worthington gently patted his wife's arm. "Worse than that," he said, looking like a man who* is prepared for a long, hard winter. "Cook's got a job with government" LIP ALLTJHE I r BIBLE STUDY [ For a lesson conducted by Mrs. \C. O. White, the Arnett-Benson iBible class met in the home of JMrs. A. R. Pendley Monday after[noon. I Those present were Mesdames lA. L. Scott, C. B. Bauman, E. S. •Lydia, J. L. Blair. Roy Wells, C. iC. Chance, J. R. Scott, V. S. Kil- ipatrick, I. T. Weed, C. A. Pend- 5ey and Charles Noble. "PEWER shades of lipstick are •^ due on the market right away. In fact already some makers have cut color choices to about four: a honey-like yellow-red, a bright red, a dark red and a rosy red with an undertone of. blue. Since most women can wear a rosy red, you probably will have your chance at some shade of this sort. At the moment the trend is definitely from the exotic. The basic lipstick formula is color, plus wax, plus oil. The wax comes chiefly from iSouth America, the oils vary irom castor oil, mineral oil to lanolin and come from Brazil, Cuba, Australia and United States. Most of the dyes are available in this country. The big changes going on in the lipstick industry to date concern the cases. More than likely you will have lipstick in a cardboard or glass container before long. Other materials being used in- Brooks a's speaker on the Clement Sorosis program which was presented in the home of Mrs. J. Ray Lee, 1910 Twentieth street. Mrs. Vance Apple was assistant hostess. Mrs. N. H. Holt spoke on purchasing Defense Bonds. Nineteen members were present. Twenty members and a guest of the Junior Twentieth Century club met in the Girl Scout Little House for an address by Rabbi Isadore Garsek on "The Puzzle of Russia." Taxas Composers : Mesdames Kenneth Frazier and Bonner Cummings became new members at the Junior Sorosis club meeting held-with'Mrs. Joe Christian, 2407 Thirteenth' street. Mr*, William 'H; Crutcher was director of a "Texas Day" program. Mrs. Lawrence Sides discussed "Woman's Place in the Defense Program," Mrs. J. L. Adams spoke-on-"Texas Composers and Their Work" and Mrs. R. C. Douglas gave a talk on "Conservation of.National Resources." Mrs. T. Euell Liner was appoint^ ed a 'page to serve in the district convention of the Texas Federation of Women's clubs. The next meeting of the club will be held March 24 at 3 o'clock at the Girl Scout Little House. Croslin Is Guest Speaker "Pending Legislation for National Defense" was discussed by K. Carter P-TA and taught by Mrs. C. L. Adams. 1916 Needle club. 3 p. m., Mrs. Willie Brown to entertain In the home of Mrs. Lora Tucier, 1506 Ave. R. Needlecraft club. 3 p. m.. Mrj. Ted Zachary, 2318 J91U St. Rendezvous bridge ciub, 7:45 p. m.. Hotel Lubbock; Mrs. Pruer McGuire. hosleis. 1940 Needle club. 3 p. m., Mrs. Hugh Slaglc, 2113 9th St. Women's Inter-Club cnuncil of Tech college. 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.. F. R. Friend home, 2005 Brodway; Sliver tea. Miss Loena McPhau! Gives Book Review For a review of Gunther's ' side Latin America" given Miss Loena McPhaul, members of 'In- by the Ingleside-Sorosis p club with Mrs. W. P. Clement, met 2606 Tea-Shower Honor To Mrs, R. A. Martin BROWNFIELD, March 10. (Special)—As a courtesy to Mrs. R. A. Martin, the former Miss Bernice Doyle, a tea-shower was given Saturday by Mesdames Jessie G. Randal, Emmett Smith, Paul Peacock, and Misses Reva Newsom. Irene Adams, Edna Brock and Viola Brown in the home of Mrs. Will Adams. In the receiving line were Miss Doyle, mother of the bride: Mrs. Otho L. Doyle, her sister-in-law and Miss Brock. Miss Newsom registered guests and Mrs. Randal presided at the punch bowl which was placed on a table centered with multicolored sweetpeas. Corsages of these flowers were plate favors. The honoree is a graduate of Lubbock High school and Texas Technological, college and for the past two years has taught English in the Brownfield High school. The marriage took place Feb. 22 in the Methodist church. The bride's parents live at Cooper. Women's Council To Have Silver Tea An annual silver tea will b given tonight by the Tech Worn can's Inter-Club council at thi home-of Mrs. F. R. Friend, 200, Dr. Pauline Miller and Mrs. Lucile Smith %vere hostesses. ' • The table was centered with an arrangement of white carnations and shamrocks, carrying out a St. Patrick's day theme. Miss Virgie Mae Griggs was a guest. Members present were Mesdames Jerre Harrod, Lottie Hilton, !. C. Lewis, Joe Bachman and .ouise Chance, Lucille Collier, lagdalen Dederick, Marguerite , r hipp, Evelyn and Roberta Rayon, Margaret Prewitt and Helen iart. members were present. Because of a revival in progres at the church, the circle will no meet again until March 30. if Your Child Catches Cold Listen- —listen to millions of experienced mothers and relieve miseries with the IMPROVED Vicks treatment that takes only 3 minutes and makes good old Vicks VapoRub give BETTER THAN EVER RESULTS! IT ACTS 2 WAYS Twentieth street, Monday night. Miss Mary Anna Wood presided for a business meeting. Miss. Anita ; Seay, .who is to be married soon, and Mrs. Earl Langley, who is leaving for Camp Blanding, Fla., to join her husband,' tendered their resignations. Miss Jessie Blank was elected corresponding secretary to succeed Mrs. Langley and a vice president was not elected to succeed Miss Seay. Miss Wood was elected club delegate to the federated clubs' seventh district convention here Broadway. Calling hours are be tween 8 and 10 o'clock. The tea i being given as a benefit to Inter-Club Council Loan Librarj fund.^ jocidi iO oe Given By Tech Club An annual formal spring dance vill be given by Tech Las Vivarachas social club Saturday night irom 9 to 12 o'clock at Hotel .ubbock. Those to be honored'are Misses 3ettye Babb, Myrnavae Barkley, iva Ella Brannen, Ethel Burns, Sthelmae Campbell, Juanell Cox, Jeann Etta Dodge, Helen Duff, Eielen Ellis, Katherine Green, Betty McCoy, Nila Rae Miller, Dixie Stevens, Johnnie Faye Templeton, Frankie Lou Teague and Celestine Wheeler. J. W. Pittman Rites To Be In Big Spring Toddy Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon in Big Spring for J. W. Pittman, 69, of Abilene, retired railroad fireman who died at 3:20 o'clock Tuesday morning in Lubbock General hospital, where he had been a patient about a month. Burial will be in Big Spring cemetery under direction of Eber- i ley Funeral home. The body was taken to Big Spring by Rix Funeral home. Survivors include the wife; two sons, Omer of Big Spring and Melvin of El Paso; one daughter, Mrs. James Crawford of Lubbock; six grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. L. L Lawson of Jasper, Tenn., and Mrs. O. H. Brown of Benton, Tenn. AT ONCE to bring relief. PEHETRATES to upper breathing passages with soothing medicinal vapors. STIMULATES chest and back surfaces like a ^warming poultice. Several Lubbockites To Attend Concert The North Texas State Teachers college A Cappella choir of Denton will present a concert in the Plainview High school Thursday night under the direction o£ Dr. Wilfred C. Bain. A number of Lubbock citizens are planning to attend the concert, it was learned Tuesday. SEED SAID AVAILABLE AUSTIN, March 10 (/P>—Texas state department of agriculture announced after a long series of tests that sufficient good seed are available for Texas to join New Mexico and Arizona in efforts to raise at least 75,000 bales of "SXP" type long-staple cotton for use in balloon cloth and other war products requiring a lighl strong fabric. Air conditioned cars are being placed on railways in Mozambique. WORKS FOR HOURS toeasecoughs, relieve musculsr sorsnsss or ti rt htness 35id bring real, honest-to-goodnesscomfort. To get this improved treatment . . . just massage VapoRub for 3 minutes ON BACK as well as throat and chest, For Batter Result* then spread thick • ttf*l£ C layer on chest and \*I\*I\O cover with warmed ~ VA*oRu» doth. Try itl Thi Improved Way f-.« :•;..:; \^\ JO ANN IS TWO YEARS OLD t Mother's Friend 4 helps briag'ease i M<f comfort to t ' expectant [ .mothers. 1 TITO T H E B • 3 > 1V1 FRIEND, an * exquisitely pre- i pared emollient, Is t useful In all contU- I tlons where a bland, mild anodyne mas- (czge medium In skin, lubrication Is de- ulred. One condition In which •women I lor more than 70 years have used It Is an .application for massaging the tody dur-- (Ing pregnancy... it helps Seep the skin. t «oft. and pliable thus avoiding un- yDecessary discomfort due to firyness and j tightness. It refreshes and tones the ifln. An Ideal massage application lor the -numb, tingling or burning sensa- Hions of the skin for the tired back 'raus'cles or cramp-like pains In the legs. * Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use. j Mother's Friend iHiffhly praised by csprs, many doctors nnd ;ira»es. Just aflc any dmst-ist for Mother'* (Friend—tic siiu lubricant. Try it tonight. I. Z 1 elude pottery, wood, plastics but no brass! steel and Mother, fce very careful when your child U ran- nine off bis bowels. Watch his feeding and be particular with your own diet, too, because improper f«ding is a frenutnt cause ot diarrhea, or loose bowels. TEETHINA ha» been successfully used lor rainy jears to relieve diarrhea caused by wronK diet. It gently moves waste from the Httle bowels without irritation. TEETHIKA. is also recommended for temporary constipation and colic due to gts or cour etomarh. It is sold by druggist*, contains no opiatfff, And costs but 30 cents for 12 pleasant-tastinp powders. Give TEETHINA accordinc to the directions in each packace and write Tecthir.a, Columbus, Ga., for a frre baby booklet. Lloyd Croslin at the Sorosis club meeting held \l-ith Mrs. W. A. Clark, 2418 Twenty-seventh street. The guest speaker was introduced by Mrs. fiufiis Rush, program director. Plans were discussed for aiding in entertaining the seventh district of Federated clubs when members of the Twentieth Century club met in Hotel Lubbock. Mrs. H. F. Godeke reviewed "The Doctor Prescribes Music" (Edward Podlosky) and Mrs. C. M. Trout gave a review of "The Art of Enjoying Music" (Spaeth). Merry Needlers Meet In A. D. Ldter Home Mrs. Allen D. Loter, 2114 Avenue M, was hostess for the Merry Needlers club meeting Tuesday afternoon. 'Mrs. Foy Johnson was assistant hostess. Other members present were Mesdames Roy Wheeler, J. E. Hancock, D. A. Forbes and J. D. McPhaul. Mrs. Wheeler, 1322 Twenty- seventh street, will be hostess for the March 24th meeting. March 26-27 and Miss Ruth Zeh, delegate to City Federation, reported the last meeting of thatjir- ganization. Miss Betty Barnes was a guest. Easter Decorations Featured At Meet Easter decorations were featured at the Neighborhood Sewing circle in a meeting with Mrs. Chester Lindsey Tuesday afternoon. Attending were Mesdames Melvis Flake, T. G. Hodges, Bill Rogers, Earl Ince,.jr., Pat McWhorter, Jack Hopkins and W. A. Key. "MARRIAGE AND. HOME" With ten members present, Asbury Methodist Naomi Ruth circle met with Mrs. Wayne Martin Monday afternoon. Discussions were held on marriage and the home. Mrs. E. S. Smallin led a. devotion and Mrs. Martin discussed "Home Partnerships." A recent article, "Marriage Is For Adults Only" by Popenoe was outlined by 1 Mrs. J. C. Thomas. Buy A Defense Bond TODAYl —AdT. Misses Evelyn Caughron and Cosetta Bonds returned to their home here Monday after spending :he week-end in Dallas. While .here they were honored with a farewell dance given by Mrs. Jack Lokey, jr., and an out-door party. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! ' To Relieve MONTHLY > FEMALE PAIN Women who suffer pain of Irregular periods with cranky nervousness— due to monthly lunctional disturbances—should try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such distress. Made «pecfc!Iy tor women. Follow label directions. WORTH TRYING I LYD1A E. for tea... or anytime — pinwheels the KARO way You've dreamed about biscuits' like these — tender pinwheels with luscious fruit and spice filling in every "curve"...They look complicated, but they're . . really easy to make. Treat the | ( aplCCC family to a batch tonight. J |. ' •]. . .ifi PINWHEEL BISCUITS 2 cups all-purpose Hour 3 tablespoons butter 3 teaspoons baking powder '/I cup KARO (blaetabel) '/j teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon cixnamoH l/ 4 cup shortening Vl cup prunes, drained '/ 2 cap milk ' and chopped '/ z cup canned red cherries, drained and chopped Sift flour with baking powder and salt. Cut in shortening. Add milk slowly, to form a soft dough. Roll out on a lightly floured board into a rectangle about l / t inch thic!c...A r oto cream butter until softened; ad_d KARO, cinnamon, and mix until well combined. Stir in prunes and cherries. Spread dough with this mixture; roll up as for » jelly roll. Slice into '/i-inch pieces, and place in a grea.ied baking pan. Bake in hot oven (425 degrees F.) 15 to 20 minutes or until brotvned. Makes l'/ 2 dozen tea biscuit, pinvrheels. Select Your Easter Dress Now! 8 95 to 29 95 One and two pieces styles . . . solid colors and prints in jerseys, crepes and sheers. Sizes 9' to 42's. S OPTOMETRIC CLINIC Dr. MillardR Swarf DR. AtlEH R. HAMILTON DR. HARRY J. SMITH MYRiCK.BUILDING LUBBOCK -; New Cotton Dresses and Suits Seersuckers, butcher lines, chambrays and ginghams. Styles and patterns so pretty, you'll want several. Among these new arrivals are suits, dresses and play suits. 595 to Q95 Exclusive With Anne Ford's merry hull's^% pinker Pinked edgei , . - "op«n" and "shut" leather ihongs for snug fit ... washable while English doesVin-finFshed lambskin make the Pinker a love of a clove. Wear it with your suit, with alt your casual clothes. You'll find the Pinker a sound investment in distinction. Sizes A, B, C for casual fit. 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