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jjffi* •*•>".-. < C V ?ft —THE MORNlKG AVALANCHE By Margaret Turner lubbock, Texas, Tuesday, March 17, 1942 " "Self-distrust is the cause of ntost of our failures." '•• " * * * TK character, in manner, in style, :/:• '^1. ; n a ji things the supreme excellence is simplicity."—Longfellow. . . * * * .i :; " O.XE WOMAN'S IDEA * A HOUSEWIFE called us this |s. >. •*"*•. other day to give us an idea '-' : she has to help in the .buying of • | defense stamps and which \v« '.-• ,.; thought we would, pass along for vyour perusal. This woman said -. [she has no extra money with .which to buy stamps but she * would be willing to work for one k day a week in a store or office 'and to be paid in stamps rather > than currency. * She says she knows there are • other women in Lubbock who > would gladly so the same and f she feels there are business men "I'who would be willing to endorse ' such a movement. . What do you think about it? * * • FUNDAMENTALS [ Favorite topics of conversation with visitors from nearby cities and towns among • soldiers encamped with the ; Army of the United States ' are still Mom and the folks, home and neighborhood. Prior to declaration of war, these subjects also won top rating in the camps as the ' soldiers' talking preferences. • * » * ! WASTE WARDEN • /^OME, sister, and sing the con- i VJ servation chant with us: It's ,- good grooming we're going in for - to look our best this spring: Tab * these handy helps on your calen- i dar this season for your sprucing ', up and making your wardrobe do ; extra duty: J 1. Wear an apron when you ; serve, cook and clean. It's chic. |; 2. Keep the shoulder shape of • soft fabrics by padding hangers (with odds and ends of ribbon and < cotton. ; 3. Brush, wash .or clean the . neckline of the frock you take off. •-. 4. Keep sewing first aid boxes '. in kitchen,- hall or living room , closets of tables. It makes mend• ing easier. ^ 5. Equip a shoe shine kit completely and conveniently. ; * . . 'GOSSIP HOLIDAY i TTreally should not take .posters * J- saying "Shhh ... Save our ships \ by. not saying it" to stop careless ;. chatter. It really should not take < a "Honey, don't you think you • were hard on Mrs. Jones" re- minder from your husband to let vup on a panning a friend. But t sometimes reminders are neces- l sary. From there on it's up to you i strictly. R An easy way to avoid gossip J-.when friends get together is for * the hostess to start conversation t of interest to at least a couple of i guests. They'll help her along un- r til somebody picks up an idea k'from the conversation to click *.smoothly another way. An adept ^hostess also learns to lift-the con- r versation. from discourteous and r derogratory. remarks by a subtle f.shift of topics. ..' Sometimes mentioning the one i good thing you know about some?• one who may be the target of the ; current ' conversation and will ',• turn the tide. 5. Don't you think it would be a £good idea- to call a holiday on f I gossip lor the duration? And per- r- haps by then we'd be so out of * t the habit we would never start ; the vicious practice again, l ... . I St. John's Society 't Has Circle Meets I For- studies taken fro*m "The £ Christian Life", members of the £ St. -John's Methodist Woman's So•_ ciety of Christian Service met in J homes Monday afternoon for cir- e-cle meetings. They were report- S'ed as-follows: . i Maud Keith Horn, Mrs. W. B -•Rushing, 3510 24th St.; le<=son' t.. Mrs. .Cecil Matthews, assisted by £.Mrs. .O. L. Taylor; 14 members, a r visitor, Mrs. A. A. Lewis, and a * new members, Mrs. Donald J jj Smith. • f. Mary Louella Dunn, Mrs. J. t Ben Cole, 3006 20th St.; devotion, ;-Mrs. S.'H. Scales; Mrs. W. L ^Bradshaw, assisted' by Mrs. Ben t J. Cole; two visitors, Mrs. V. E • -Miller of Wichita Falls and Mrs. j Jair.es Bradley. 5 Mary Ewing Houston, Mrs. T f Bruce-.Craig. 1706 27th St.: de- •-.votion, Mrs. E. R. How ell; lesson, t Mrs. W. M. Craig, assisted by ..Mrs.-George Montag; 13 members * and a new member, Mrs. W. L ,,-Barr. 'Diol 4343 For the Avalanche-Journal Office* j'Hilma Joyce Is Wed y-To. Lieut. W. Rash $ Word has been received here i of the marriage of Miss 'Hilma 'Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t B. O. Joyce of Colorado City, and : Lieut, Wayne Rash of Alexander, v Vir. The ceremony was read in Jthe-F.rst Methodist church with f Dr. c. C. Bell, pastor, officiating. f Lieut and Mrs. Gordon Sibeck ac*. companisd the couple. \ The bride wore a blue dress :-v,-Hh silver grey accessories and a j; corsage of violets. Mrs. Sibeck \ '.was dressed :n a brown ensemble / with a corsage of roses. •. Both Lieut, and Mrs. Rash were J graduated from Texas Technologt- , ca! college. Since her graduation ; m 1941, Mrs. Rash has been teach«in£ school at Westbrook. Lieut I Rash is stationed st Fort Belvoir : Vir., where Mrs. Rash will join ihim aftor April 1. ' ; Child's Colds * To Relieva Misery Rub on Time-Proyed VlCKS Women In Crisis Discussion Topic "In spite of the horrows of war, there may also be a constructive side," was the opening remark of Dr. B. C. Ling, a native of China, in an address to 150 members of the First Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Servica. Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the church parlor. "China has learned a new meaning of National Unity, and thus we have already profited from, this ugly thing called war." With this statement Dr. Ling, a research assistant in the nursery department of Texas Technological college, concluded an address on "Chinese Women in This Crisis." Fails In Hope The speaker told of the invasion of China July 7, 1937, when China was totally unprepared for such a shock. ''Japan hasn't accomplished what she hoped, however," Dr. Ling said. After the outbreak, many local organizations sprang up to meet the emergency, but were wholly unprepared to do so. In May, 1938, Madame Chiang Kai-Shek called a meeting of 50 women representatives of the nation and a standing committee was formed to coordinate the work of the'Woman's Association for National Relief. The association is divided into the War Orphans department, the War Relief department and the Livelihood department. "China feels she must only win the war, but that she must prepare for the re-construction," Dr. Ling stated in speaking of a National Re-construetion period, and she added that "our people are completely awakened now." She told of the training department organized to educate Chinese women for the taroduction of better food, the care" of the home and children. One of the most active parts the Chinese women are playing -in the war, as pointed out by Dr. Ling, Is the guerilla fighting. She gave an example of a 70 year old woman, who with pistols under her apron strings, won such glory- that Madame Kai-Shek asked to see her. "A Nationl" Chinese women have always thought in terms of the family," Dr. Ling said in conclusion, "and it was almost impossible to see anything beyond that. Now they have seen something greater a nation! They have realized that Jn order to preserve the family they must first preserve the nation." In the absence of Mrs. C P Carlock, president, Mrs. Joe Bow^? n . Presided. A devotion, on Unity" based on a Chinese proverb,- was Presented by Mrs G C. Beard. Mrs. Beard introduced the speaker. Closing prayer wa* given by Mrs. Cecil Matthews. Lessons Are Taught For Asbury Circles Mrs. Fred Johnson, assisted by ". O. D. Peden, taught a lesson at the Mary Martha circle meeting of the Asbury Methodist Woman s Society of Christian Service. The meeting was held Mon- '010 ^?°°^ Wi n Ml - S - Johnson ' -uiu ^drd St. Opening praver was given by Mrs. J. T. Thomas; a. devotion was led by Mrs M Lee Biggs and Airs. Ted Vernon gave the closing prayer. The circle members voted to observe belf-demal week before Easter . ie " .^embers and . a visitor attended. Mrs. V. O. Jennings, 2207 20th St.. was hostess for the meeting of W ! U ? ntna Wesley circle - Mrs. i -j P £ terson ' « chairman and toflttended * o <,,, l1 Sludy c ' ub - 3 P- m -- M »- Charles Whitacre, 1905 20th St. Tuesday's N.'ght Readers fraup 7:30 p m., Mesdarnes Arthur young and C C 0be ho "" Ees "' Schmidt home." Shakespeare club. 3:15 p. m.. Mrs. E. J. Mrs. M. S. Acuff Is Honored With Party , H ?, no «ng Mrr, M. S. Acuff on her birthday, a surprise party was given Saturday afternoon at § o clock with Mrs. M. E. McBride - ¥ ",1 ' n the Acuff home < Tenth street. ^ Thirty-fiveguests attended. GARDENERS CLUB Members of the Plain Dirt Gardeners club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs Loften Burnett, 2807 Twenty-second street. •rought National Unity To China, Dr. Ling Tells Today's Events ... Army Alt Ba3» Luncheon club. 15:30 p. m.. Hll'.on hol*I; Mesdime's Jmnes K. Kncussl »nd Ralph Duvls to be .los'.tises, Friendship club. 3 p. m., Mrs. J. A Peel. 5203 22nd St. First JSaptist Rebekah class, 3 p. m , iCl'.vitlcs center. Tuesdiy Sib!r cl»s«, 3:30 p. m., M«. W. T. JUybon, 1110 ]6lh fit. OES. 7:30 p. m., Misonlc hall, memorial service. Trcbie C\et chorus, «;30 ji. m, First Prnbyierijn church. Better Hornet Garden club 3:30 n m Mrs. John R. Ilnll, Jr., 231T Mst St ; Mrs. Belverd Needles, co-hoitess. Lubboci Woman's club, 3 p. in Hiltoi hotel. Covered Wacon club, 3:30 p. m., Hilton hoti!. . Idle Hour club. 1 p. m. Mn T f McC«nn, 3105 loth St. . . . Opti-Mrt. club. 1J noon. Hotel Lubbock; luncheon with Opt'.mSsxs; short business meeting to follow )unrh«oi). Garden Study club. 3 p. a.., Mrs. Jack rifpj. 1735 27th St. Lubbock Child Study club, 7:30 p. m Mrs. \v. G. Atderson, 2222 17th St.; progressive dinner. Red Cross First Aid course. 3 to 5 p m room 110 of Senior High school: sponsored by Parent-Teacher council; Miss Kathleen Ingram, instructor. Red Cross Home Nursinj course sponsored by George R. Bean P-TA; l to 3 P. m.. school; Mrs. C. L,. Adams. Instructor. Red Cross Home Nursing course sponsored by George R. Bean P-TA' 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.. jchoo!; Mrs. Robert McBurney. Instructor. Stltchaway club. 10 t. as.. ?.srs. Carroll C*rr. 2023 9th St., to sew for the Red Cross. Jewish Ladies ..uxiliary, 2 p. m., Mrs Sen Beaird, 1710-B Ave. M. Christian Council Has Book Review Mrs. Grady Lancaster reviewed Piped Pipers" (Nevel Shute) at a monthly business and luncheon meeting of the First Christian Woman's council given in the church annex Monday. "Piped Piper" is the story of an elderly Englishman who, when visiting on the French border, himself embroiled in the downfall of France. Due to the war conditions, he later found himself in England with six refugee children from France. Sixty members of the council were present for the review. Circle three was hostess group. D°™i- a _ tions carried out the Easter motif. Shower Is Courtesy To Mrs. J. Bussey As an . honor to Mrs. Jimmy Bussey the former Miss Olene Saunders, Mesdames Joe E. Cox, W. A. Keelin and A. H. Ross entertained with a shower Friday in the Ross home, 16 Avenue U. Sgt. Bussey is stationed at the Lubbock Army Flying school. After the gifts were presented, relrsshments were served to Mesdames Ina Stevenson, J. S. Waller W. M. Boldin, Othie Upton and Dixie NeD, Jim Dobbs and Billy, O. JH. Averett, Jerry Strawn, S. D. Firidley, K. W. Sherer, and E. D. Barber. Misses Mary Jean Ross, Billie Keelin and Patsy Ross. Those sending gifts were Mesdames H. N. Tucker, Virginia Hensley, T. J.-Taylor and Willard Coffman and Misses Rowena and Marjorie Tucker. Garden Club To Meet In Whitacre Home A meeting of the Garden Study club, planned for this afternoon in the home of Mrs. Jack Griggs, will be held with Mrs. Charles Whitacre, 1905 Twentieth street. The scheduled hostess has illness in her home. CARDS WIN SEVENTH ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 16. W 3 }—The St. Louis Cardinals won their seventh straight exhibition baseball game today, defeating the Detroit Tigers, 5 to 1. DIAMOND BRIDAL PAIR Both Rings ot this Price of only . . . 1 Ask for LESTER'S "FAMOUS 100" and charge it. Pay only . .. $1.50 WEEKLY 1010 BROADWAY Future Homemakers Attend Area Meet Eugen'.a Hopper of the Lubbock Mary Emma club, homemaking organization at Senior High school, was chosen vice president of the Area 11 Future Homemakers' meeting held in Breckenridge Saturday. Wilma Jean Freeman, president of the Mary Emma club,' is retiring president of Area 21 Homemakers. Representatives from the Senior High school club at the Area meeting were Mary Jean Wood, Betty Ann Cogburn, Frances Grace and Mises Freeman and Hopper. Mrs. Ameral Payne, homernaking teacher, was sponsor of the group.- Thirty-nine schools were represented at the. meeting. . Officers Elected Officers elected to serve for the year 1942-'43 were: president, Jean Ann Gregory of Breckenridge; vice president, Miss Hopper of Lubbock; recording secretary, Flora Mae Pollard of Breckenridge; corresponding secretary, Madge Hatcher of Eastland; treasurer, Patsy O'Neal of Roby; reporter, Marion Nell of Roby"; parliamentarian, Miss Wood o£ Lubbock. Miss Hopper was elected as the candidate from this area for a state office. Miss Freeman presided over the day's program, assisted by the Breckenridge president, Jean Ann Gregory, and vice president, Paulina Bart. Registration was from 9 until 10 o'clock, and the Breckenridge High school band played from 9:45 to 10 o'clock. Following the welcome and -response, Jean McConell o£ Breckenridge sang a solo, after which the Graham chapter presented "The Future Homemakers and the Red Cross." After violin solos by Doris Owens of Albany, there was a first aid skit, "Accidental Hike" by the Ranger chapter, a tap dance by Pat Tramell and Frankie Robins of Breckenridge, and a one-act play, "Road Into the Sun," presented by the dramatics class of Breckenridge High school. After lunch recreation was held in the gymnasium, there was a meeting of the house of delegates with Miss Freeman presiding, and a sponsor's meeting with Miss Use Wolfe presiding. Later, in the afternoon there was a sing-song Jn the auditorium, "The Future Homemakers' Part in Buying Defense- Stamps and Bonds" given by the Woodson Chapter and a vocal solo by Anita McMurtry. The Main speaker of the day was Mrs. Joseph Perkins of Eastland director to the' General Federation o£ Women's clubs, who spoke on Defense from the National Standpoint.' Following announcements the program was ended with-the singing of "Sing Your Way Home " Only one meeting per year will be held for the duration of the war, and next year's meeting is to be an Roby in November. Joyce Ha r re IT To Wed Jimmie Jay April 2 SWEETWATER, March 15. (Spe- cail)—To announce . the . enga«e- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joyce, to James i^ankford (Jimmie) Jay, son of Mr and Mrs. E. Jay of Sweetwater! Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Harrell entertained with an informal reception m their home in Tyler Sundav The ceremony will be read April The bride-elect is attending a business college in Dallas and is a former student at John Tarleton college. Mr. Jay is a junior student at Texas .Technological college where he is majoring in business administration and physical education. The couple will be at home in Lubbock while • Mr. Jay continues his school work. TECH NEWCOMERS" Mrs. W. H. Bledsoe, 1817 Broadway, will entertain this afternoon at 3 o'clock for the Tech New- comes club. Brief Bits Of Local News A 10-day series of services will said the checks amounted to $30,get under way Wednesday night in 900. Lorenzo as the Lorenzo Church of Christ commences a revival, church i-icmucis 01 me nooseveit 1-11 spokesmen havp announced. Guy club \yill conduct a scrap metal N. Wood;;, Vernon minister, will campaign next Monday instead of preach. Friday, as originally planned, ac- r ..., . ... „ - , cording to announcement by Har- Fjfth place In the walking horse vie D. Pool, assistant farm agent class m horse show competition and club leader. A campaign talk was awarded Merry Mack, ow.ned was scheduled for the Cooper 4-H and ridden by John A. Stinsoa of club Monday afternoon. Lubbock, at the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock show in Fort Worth Sunday, the Associat- \l you suffer distress from^ •"FEMALE WEAKNESS Which Makes You Tired, Nervous! If afc such times you suffer backache, cramps, headache, distress of "irregularities," m^mm?>*m a bloated feeling, so tired, weak —due to functional monthly disturbances—try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound— It's made especially for -women and famous to help relieve such, monthly distress. Taken regularly thruout the month—Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such symptoms.Thousands upon thousands benefited! Follow-la- Jael directions. Worth truing! ed Press reported. Only minor 'injuries were suf- Navy, five men left Monday night for Dallas, J. E. Galloway, chief t - j~t, "™j~~~ j%rv~° «"*"'*' "*'" Quartermaster and recruiting offered by Edward Peter, 31, of 1613 iicer, reported. The five included: Ave ™e Y, employed at the Lub- Doswell Othell Worthham of La- F? V 9 «™^-i yJ "? S ** ol ?i^? d -?' ^ a ,v seeing ^nlistment in dress, ..„ ^ „,.. .,„v»im.n iuey UIGUR, seeKing enlistment as a blPw n,1t°fiS^ft r™ ed . a i fte i r £ o tire &? i! ? te £ in a Construction outfit and blew out about two o'clock Sun- Elvis Lee Roberts, Brownfield a day afternoon on the Lubbock- storekeeper; Edward Omar Clark -ater highway. Peter was and Robert Aaron Lofland, both offer face and ear lacerations Lubbock, as machinist mate and m,o™i /— T..ui...,. „-_ seaman j construction. and dismissed from Lubbock General hospital Monday morning Vantilburgh was treated for a hand cut but was not admitted. The men were carried to the hospital in a Rix ambulance. Lubbock county farmers are be- 4 -— -" »>.v*t»fcj *c»Ait*i;&a axe UK' O. JVicirjn ing notified of receipt of 242 soil morning, conservation checks which have arrived at the county Agricultural "<?n"i"«y ounaay mgnt irom a Adjustment administration office. brief vi sit with their families at Walter Y. Wells, administrator. Stilhvater, Okla., were Majors A — E. Scroggs and Walter W. McCol- George R. Bean P-TA S To Sponsor Course A First Aid course will be sponsored by the George R. Bean Parent-Teacher association with classes each Wednesday afternoon and night, Mrs. Ray West, president of the association, announced Monday afternoon. Classes will .be conducted Wednesday afternoon at' 3:15 o'clock and Wednesday night. Those wishing to register for either class should call Mrs. West, 2-2863. A. Hood will be instructor. W. Mrs. L. T. Patton Is'': DAR Representative Mrs. Leroy T. Patton of 2415 Nineteenth street is in San Antonio as an alternate delegate to the Daughters of the American Revolution, which is in convention there. Regent-elect of the Lubbock DAR chapter, Mrs. Patton will visit her uncle, former District Judge William Nunn in Georgetown, and a sister and other relatives in Brownwood convention. after the Central Baptist'WAAS' Has Program Monday Mrs. Jeff Welch taught a Bible lesson at the Central Baptist Women's Misisonary society Monday afternoon at the church. A collection of clothes was sent to the orphans home in Waxahachie. Mrs. Ran Smith dismissed the group in prayer. RED CROSS COURSE The Red Cross First Aid course, sponsored by the City Parent- Teacher council, will begin March 24. Miss Kathleen'Ingram-will teach the course in room 110 of Senior High school beginning at 3 o'clock. An announcement in Sunday's paper stating that the course would begin this Tuesday was in error. CARLISLE -CLUB . A meeting of the Carlisle Needle club, planned for Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. W. Bush, has been postponed because of sickness in her home. .i. M. _ • In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets there are r.o chemicals, no minerals, no phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are different— act different._Pure/y ugetoblt-a combination of 10 vegetable ingredients formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoated or candy coated, their action is depend- a ™<~ti>°rpugh, yet gentle, as millions of NR s have proved. Get a 25{ box . or larger economy size. CAMPY COATED 'crREGUtAR! KR TO-NIGHT: TOMORROW ALRIGHT AdT, 1803 Broadway Phone 9521 ^iz££ii& Scheduled to complete physical examinations for enlistment in the According to announcement from jgt. Glenn McComas, recruiting officer, Bobby Bill Towles of Levelland, has gone to Oklahoma City to complete enlistment in the U. S. Marine corps. He left Monday Returning Sunday night from a lorn,-of the district recruiting office. Major Joseph R. Peller accompanied them and stopped at Childress to confer with officials there on aviation cadet matters before continuing to Lubbock Members of the Lubbock Junior Chamber of Commerce heard Dr. James W. Kramer of Denver Colo., at their weekly luncheon at the Hilton hotel Monday. Dr. ier is preaching in a series of revival meetings during the next two weeks at the First Baptist church. He was introduced at the luncheon by Dr. Carl E. Hereford, pastor, of the church. Winston Reeves was program chairman. Motion for a new trial made by counsel for Sam Thomas. Arkansas man recently sentenced to 20 years m the penitentiary for uttering a forged land title, was denied Monday afternoon by Judge Daniel A. Blair of 72nd district court Notice of appeal was given. Minor ijjjuries •we'-" oijff»>-a^ Ww Mrs. A. T. Pendergrass of Lubbock rpute 6 in an automobile collision ai Avenue K and Eighteenth street about 12:45 o'clock Monday afternoon. She was treated for chest and shoulder bruises at West Texas;hospital and dismissed early that after noon. . Another army ' officer will be sent to the West. Texas army dis- 'trict-recruiting off ice "here," r i£" and when one is available,' Col. Stanley Koch, eighth corps area recruiting officer has advised Major Joseph R.' Peller, district officer. No. officer is available at thisitime, it was explained. The oifide has been working short- haiided since the transfer ' of Lieut. Elka Solomon to Denver Colo. ' Baptist Society Has 12 Circle Meetings Programs from 12 circles of the First Baptist Women's Missionary society were reported Monday afternoon. They met as follows: Elkiti Lockett,. Mrs. Fred Rogers, 2313 201h St.; Jesson, Mrs. H. P. Baker; 10 members and 3 visitors; Christine Coffee, Mrs. N. H. LassHer, 18! 1 17th St.; lesson, Mrs. William Lowrimore, sr.; 14 regular members and one new member. Blanche Groves, Mrs. Meritt Ctark, 2511 26th St.; lesson, Mrs. O. H. Gideon; 5 members. Lillie Hundley, Mrs. G. V. Pardue, 2507 21st St.; lesson, J. K. Miller; 15 regular members and 2 ne\v members. Annie Jenkins Sallee, Mrs. Minnie Fickas, 1610 Ave. L; lesson, Mrs. W. H. Trice;'6 members. Lucille Reagan, Mrs. Ralph Robertson, 2518 25th St.; lesson, Mrs. Gradie Bownds; 9 members. Elsie Clor, Mrs. C. O. White, 2612 Locust St.; lesson, Mrs. G. J. McCarty; 7 members and a visitor. Ann Lassiter, Mrs. O. T. Williams, 3112 20th St.; lesson, Mrs. O. T. Williams; 4 members. Ray Buster, Mrs. R. R. Holme?, 2516 22nd St.; lesson, Mrs. W. L. Pattillo; 6 members. Ann Judson, Mrs. Paul J. Yancy, 2110 20th St.; lesson, Mrs. C. F. Litton; 10 members. B 1 a nche Rose Walker,' Mrs Carol Rogers, 2015 16th St.; lesson, Mrs. R. C. Johnson; 7 members. Emily Beck, Mrs. Sam Henry, 1901 13th St.; lesson, Mrs. N. L. Ball; 9 members. Liberal Allowance For Your Old Mounting Victory Design 2-DIAMOND MOUNTING $fD75 19 Enlist Our Easy Jerms Have your old Diamond Ring te set in modern style mounting at.a thrilling low . price. 2 sparkling side Diamonds, popular yellow YELLOW IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS FOR.FEMININE USE MARX HAL5EY DRUG STORE Lubbock Music Club Sponsors Concert Dr. and Mrs. Julien Paul Blitz and son, Edouard Blitz, wore presented in an open concert Sunday afternoon at the Hilton hotel under sponsorship of the Lubbock Music club. Dr. Blitz explained the nature of the concerto by Saint Saens which Edouard played on the cello, accompanied at the piano by his mother. 4 ' ' Hostesses were Mesdames A. W. McKee, G. R. Kennedy, H. W. Moore,' Mamie I. Neal,. Ed. O'Sullivan and E. L. Robertson. •• M. L. Eagles Hosts At. Forty-Two Party . A forty-two party was given by Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Eagle of 2431 Twenty-sixth street Friday night. Their guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Arch Harper, Wayne Martin, Cloyes and Cecil Tune, Bill Kyser, A. N. Hannern and Edwin Settle.- L'AQUILLEE CLUB Mrs. Paul V/illiams, 2004 Twenty-sixth street, will entertain for the L'Aquillee club Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rural electric consumers in 1941 totaled 981,057 as compared with 681,000 in 1940. GRACE ALLEN soys: "Take my advicer... Swan suds twice as nicer' Mrs. L. L. Miller To Discuss Garden Plans Mrs. L. L. Miller will discuss "Planning a Vegetable Garden" at the Better Homes Garden club meeting this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. John R. Hall, jr., 2317 Thirty-first street, will be hostess with'Mrs. Belverd Needles as co-hostess. . Buy -A Defense Bond TODAY! • Better'n old-style floaties 8 ways, you bctcha. Try Swan and you'll say: "Glad I metcha." Break Swan in two, easy. Use half for kitchen, half for bath. Tune in every week: GRACIE ALIEN GEORGE BURNS . PAUL WHITEMAN NEW WHITE FLOATING SOAP <'^ MAKE-UP ANALYSIS Together with Ma] make-up ' of the shades recommended Don't miss this opportunity to get authoritative make-up and beauty advice during the visit of MISS RUTH ME1SSNER BARBARA GOUID BEAUTY ADVISOR Monday 16th fo March 21sl Come hi fodoy-gef your persona) makeup analysis and a trial make-up of face pov/der^ rooge end lipsffck-wftfioot cost or obligation! MARK HALSEY DRUG STORE

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