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-TKE MORNING AVALANCHE '':•;.By Margaret Turner .Lubbock, Te*os, Tuesday, March 24. 7942 'Plot 4343 For Th< AYbfanel^Joumat Office Two Brides-Elect Honored With Teas; Marriage Announcements Mad e a Louisiana radio fan figured He's waited long :~ enough for a premium offered by J .'a station,' he wrote an irate letter . ; Etatmg: 'If you are not able- to ' send .me my he-art locket, please . return rriy box tops" (Which was a _way of getting them told, we're .thinking!) .• .•'*** '•' NEED TYPEWRITER W OMEN in • charge of registra- . tion of delegates and visitors to the seventh district convention Thursday and Friday need s type, writer. If you have one you'd Joan them won't you telehone Mrs. E. Po-well MeWbirter, chairman of registration, at 2-2849, so she can pick it up today? * * * * t TO GIVE AWAY PRS. H. W, HOUSER, 2207 Twenty - fourth street, has some little puppies that are part Scottie, part bull dog, she wants to give to a little boy or girl. ".And Mrs. T. A. Mellroy of 1912 Texas avenue called us to say she has about two bushels of carmas, some honeysuckle and- a fev/ forsythia shrubs to give to "first come." We hope the ones wh •• take advantage of this gener- . oils order will not act as a group did last year at a certain other place; tearing up bushes that-the c\wner. still 'wanted,- almost de- naanding other plants and acting ungrateful in general. < * * a J IT MIGHT WORK T^R.'-UMPHREY LEE, Southern •*-' Methodist university's able luresident and an excellent speaker on the side, told the We Want Action mass meeting in Fair Park auditorium a thing or three Sun- c|ay afternoon. We wish a similar meeting' could be arranged here and that Doctor Lee could address -it. It would make the evening qbout perfect if Karl Hoblitzelle, chairman of the committee on arrangements and who incident- ^lly is one of Tech college's new Agents, could preside. * Sunday afternoon, if you happened to be near the radio and <Jialed to KFYO, you may have heard the excellent suggestions given by Dr. Lee. If not, The Woman's Angle would like to call your attention to one mattter he brought up; Washington might get more worthwhile legislation done if congressmen were allowed to call a moratorium on politics until the end of the war (plus six months as the army requires.) * The Dallas speaker suggested •(pat we write to our congressmen and tell them as much. As he said it does not have to be in the fenguage of the flowers or a per- lumed note but written in. simple .terms and a clear cut promise that if Washington will quit its peanut politics and get busy we ajid assure us of equipment for our forces, their constituents, will see"16""it tfley are 'not subject7to •jay high pressure groups or pork parrel appropriations for the duration. i At least it's worth thinking over, don't you agree? ] * * * ! LUCIAN THOMAS D OES anyone know where , Lucian Thomas has moved? Frank Eddleman of 2432 Twenty- fifth street, telephone 5029. says he has a bonus check for him that a small boy found but someone at Ijls" address listed in the directory said Lucian did not live there any rnore. ! * * * I GARDENING DON'TS >\ RE you planning to plant a •£*•"Victory Garden" this spring to supply part of your family's yegetable needs? If you are, do it •with sense, for this year there are no time or seeds or tools to waste on careless gardening. , Here are a dozen don't for gardeners suggested by the U. S. J- 1. Don't start what you can't finish. Count the work involved before you plant; an abandoned garden is a waste of seed, fertili zer, tools, labor. J 2. Don't waste good seed on bad soil. City lots where soil is mostly .omders and rubbish won't grow good gardens. Places where weeds flourish are promising garden spots. ^ 3. Don't work ground too soon. When a piece of earth will crumble apart as you hold or press it between your fingers, the • soil is dry enuogh to cultivate, '. 4. Don't run rows up and down a hillside. Rain will wash off seed and top soil if you do. •j 5. Don't use too much seed v^rops will come up too close together, need a lot of thinning, and you will have wasted good seed. • 6. Don't plant too much of one thmg. A variety of things is better than too much beans or tomatoes. , 7, Don't let the pole beans black out the beets. All growing things need sun, so plant tall crops to the north, short ones to the south. 8. Don't wield too heavy a hoe. Shallow cultivation is the rule for vegetable gardens for vegetable roots grow near the surface are easily injured by careless hoeing. 9. Don't spare the water. Light sprinkling brings roots up to the surface, thorough soaking pushes them down where they belong. Soak only when the ground is dry. 10. Don't let the weed crop win. , Weeds will crowd out vegetables Wedding Rites Read For Four Couples. Announcement was made Monday of the wedding lites for Miss Laura Bell and Pfc. Burl M. Pigg; Miss Joyce Simmons and Cpl. Ted R. Hersey; Miss Verna Jane Dunn and Buck Huckabee and Miss Vi- vip.n Opal Covington and L. Wayne Belt. . Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Bell of 1634 Eighteenth street are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Laura Bell, to Pfc. Burl M. Pig«, which took place March 14 in RossviHe, Ga. After a brief honeymoon in Chaftanooga, Tenn., the couple will be at home in Estill Springs, Tenn. Mrs. Pigg was graduated from Texas Technological college in June, 3941, and was employed as an inspector lor a dress company in Kansas City, Mo., until her marriage. Mr. Pigg, son of Mrs. Ava McDaniel of Pauls Valley, Okla., is a former resident of Slaton and Lubbock and is now in the Ordinance department in the United States Army at Camp Forrest, Tenn. Hersey-Simmons Miss Joj'ce Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Simmons of Post, and Cpl. Ted R. Hersey, who is with the ground school of the 83rd air base at the Lubbock Army Flying school, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The ceremony was read at 2010 Ninth street, where they are at home. The ceremony was read by Lieut. J. E. McDaniel, chaplain at the school. Cpl. Ralph C. Hersey, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and Miss Syble Teaff of Post was maid of honor. The bride wore a dusty blue light weight wool suit. Officers from the school were guests The bridegroom came to Lubbock in December from Washing- '.oii, D. C. Word has been received of the marriage " of Miss Verna Jane Dunn, daughter of Mrs. H. B. Phillips of near Lubbock, and Buck Huckabee, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Huckabee of near Lubbock. The ceremony was read here Feb. 5 with Rev. D. J. Ausmus officiating. Announcement was made of marriage of Miss Vivian Opal Covington and L. Wayne Belt, both of Ropes, which took place Sunday night in the home of Rev. C. J. McCarty, the officiating pastor. 'Women And Defense' Is Club Discussion •-With Mrs. J. O. Day, sr., as chairman, a program on "Women and Defense" was presented at Becton school recently for the Beeton Home Demonstration club. Mrs. Isla King discussed first aid. Mesdames Tillrnan and Delton Holt were new members. Visitors were Mesdames E. F. Truett, Joe Pool, Owen C. Powell, Misses Caroline Ervin, Vivian Blair and Lanelle King. Members were Mesdames Price Scott, Dewey Ervin, R. A. Powell, B. V. Powell, E. C. Timms, B. Rogers, Oscar. Paden, Jack Philps, Chester Gilmore, J. O. Day, sr., J. O. Day, jr., and King. -0 's Events.». Lubbock Woman's Forum, 3 p. ir,., Mrs. Homer Maxey, 3206 21«l St., Mrsdames M»rcus He!btr. Htoy Watts »nd Turner Adams, en. hostesses. Junior Sorosls ciub, 3 p. m., Girl Sco:Jt Liitle House. «rr Needlers club, 3 p. m., Mrt. Roy Wheeler, 1322 2'th SI. Nfedie Club Bee, 3 p. m., Mrs R. H. EcJler. 1909 17lh St. Weslejan Service Guild of Pirst Melho- dUt church. 6:30 p. m.. Fellowship hail: covered dish f upper. Misses Rill* Catherine Pajne Rnd Mary Elizabeth Morgan, co- !*34 Needle club, 1 p. m., Mrs. a. W. Jones, 304 Ave. U. Jewish I.zdlts auxiliary. 1 p. m., Mrt. Francii Finberj, 2101 30th St. Christian Women's council. JO a. ror, t.o S p. m., church. Red Cross string. Circle 5 ot the Tim Christian Wcassn'i council, 8:30 a. m., church annex. Neighborhood Stwlr.g circle. 3 p. m , Mrs. Pat ifcWfcorttr, 1723-B 21u Si. Treble Clef chorus, V43 p. m.. First Presbyterian church. First Baptist Rebekah cliff, 3 p. m. activities center. Tuesday Bib.'e class. 3:30 p. m., Mrs. W. T. Raybon, mo 16th St. Junior Twentieth Century ciub, 3 p. m., room 12 of Tech library. Twentieth Century club, 3 p. m., Hotel Lubbock. Athenaeum club, 3 p. m.. "2nd 'district courtroom, itcond floor ot courthouse. Jolly Dozen Portj-Tiro club 3pm Mrs. H. IV. Sims, 902 Ave. Q. Sorosls club, 3 p. m., Mrs. Ed Tonn, 2206 Bdwy. Clement-Sorosis club. 3 p. m., M'Jdames Guy L. Wheitley a'nd W. K. Cooper • to fmeriain a; home ot Mrs. Pebble Talley. I510-B Ave. M. Sunshine Child Study club. 1:30 p 01 Mrs. Lewis Klttrell, 2008 15th St., to sew for the Red Cross. Red Cross First Aid course. 3 to 5 p. m.. room 110 of Senior High school; sponsored'by the Parent-Teacher council; Miss Kathleen Ingram, Instructor. Red Cross Home Nursing course, sponsored by George R. Bean P-TA; 1 to 3 p ra., school; Mrs. C. b. Adams, instructor. Red CroM Hom« Nursing course, sponsored by George- R. Bean, P-TA; 1-30 to 9:30 p. m , school; Mr-. Robert HcBurnev instructor. • Red Cross Home Nursing course, spon- ored by George M. Hunt P-TA; 9 to 11 a m., school: Mrs. Don Reeder, instructor. Mrs. V. H. Melton Is Hostess With Dinner As a courtesy to her lather, :. R. Shelton of near Post, and her husband, V. H. Melton, Mrs. Melton of 2107 Eighth street served a birthday dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shelton and Mr. and • Mrs. Olin Shelton of near Post, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burk of Slaton and Mr. and Mrs. .U C. Hill and children of Levelland. ; .. • Mrs. Brown Hostess For Woifforth Club Mrs. J. D. Brown was hostess for a recent meeting of the Wolfforth Home Demonstration club at which time a program on first aid was presented. Those taking parts were Mesdames Brown, Raymond Hitt, Cecil Guilt and K. S.'Hobgood. Nine members and two visitors, Mesdames Ray Martin and Chesley Hobgood, were present. The club will meet wtih Mrs. II. A. Sullivan April 3 at 3 p. m. B uy A Def«« Bond TODAYl if you don't keep them down with constant cultivation. 11. Don't-let the bugs beat you. Be ready to spray from beginning to end of the garden season with the proper insecticides. 12. Don't iet anything go to waste If your garden yields too much for you to eat or store or preserve for yourself, see that someone else gets the left-overs. Tell your local Civilian Dfense office about your surpluses. CHILD s r A! i>e COLDS Relieve misery direct —without "dosing.' DUKE ELECTRIC 9951 DIAL TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT - W. P. B. has released restrictions on rental of used . .-;'.';-' ; Typswritersl THE BAKER CO, -Printing And Offic* Equipment 14t'a And Ave. 3 Lubbock, Texai. Dial 8516 O- i Socials Courtesy To Misses Cook, Brock Honoring -two bride- elects, Misses Claudine Cook and Edna Brock, teas and showers were given this week end. As a courtesy to Miss Claudine Cook, who will marry Robert P. Vail Saturday, women faculty members of the Dupre school entertained w:th a tea and shower Sunday evening from 5 to 0:30 o'clock in the hyme of Mrs. Carl Willingham, 1920 Twenty-fifth street. A color scheme of green and yellow was carried out in the refreshments and decorations. Guests were Mrs. C. B. Cook, mother of the honoree, and Mesdames Guy L. Trow, D. Jarrett, R. E. Key, Jewell O'Dell, Mary A. Power, T. A. Rhodes and Vada Spence. Misses Faye Coltharp, Verlin Cooke, Gertrude Frye, Lois Hale, Ruby Nell Smith, Nell McNeeley, Ninetta Parker and Merle Sides. Honoring Miss Brock To honor Miss Edna Brock who is to marry Lawrence Magee March 29, in Wichita Kas., Mesdames J. L. Hill, H. G. Knight and J. C. Porter gave a tea in the Knight home, 2218 Twenty-seventh street, Saturday afternoon. A shower of gifts was presented. Thirty guests called. A handsome cloth covered the tea table which was . decorated with a modernistic arrangement of forsythia, daffodils and white sweetpeas and lighted with white and yellow tapers. A candle in a heart-shaped holder, placed on the table holding the bride's book, was decorated with a spray of daffodils and forsythia. Miss Ruth Magee registered guests. Mrs. J. T. Ashford, a cousin of the bride, poured tea. Miss Brock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brock of Brownfield, has been teaching school in Brownfield. Mr. Magee, son of Mrs Pat Magee of Lubbock, is a graduate of Texas Technological college and is employed in Wichita on a government project. The bride-elect is to be accompanied to Wichita by her parents. Supper Is Given As Courtesy By Club A buffet supper was served when members of the Stitch-in- Time club gave a husbands party Saturday i;.ght at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Thrush, 2525 Elm street. Mrs. Oltye Meyer directed games. The table was laid with a lace cloth and centered with spring flowers. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Meyer, Pete Hamilton, Clarence Roberts, A. V. Hallman, E. A. Nicholas and Loyce Glasscock. Helen White Chosen For School Honor PORTALES, N. M., March 23. — A former student at Texas Technological college, Miss Helen Jo White, junior from Texico. was this week elected as one of the five girls considered in the ''Upper 10 Per Cent" at Women's hall on the campus of the Eastern New Mexico college. Spring Flowers Topic For Garden Studies • Papers on spring flowers were presented at the Lubbock Garden club meeting Friday afternoon at Hotel Lubbock. Mrs. L. S. Mast presided for the meeting. Mrs. W. L. Baugh, a guest, discussed 25 new annuals she has grown in her garden and read a paper written by Mrs. John Fry on 35 new perennials she had grown successfully in Lubbock. A paper on chrysanthemums prepared by Mrs. Sam A. Henry was read. Bible Lesson Taught By Rev. McCarty A Bible lesson was taught by Rev. C. J. McCarty for the Amctt-Benson Bible class members Monday afternoon in a meeting held with Mrs. A. R, Pendley, 2708 Ruby street. Those attending were Mesdames C. A. Pendley, J. R. Scott, Roy Weils, C. O. White, Forest White Glenn Thrush, J. 'L. Blair, T. S Broadford, Bryan Landers, E. O Lydia, G. W. Monk, C. J. Carter and C. D. McSpadden. Phi Upsiion Omicron Has Initiation Seven candidates of the Omega chapter of Phi Upsiion Omicron home economics fraternity were initiated in the Tech home economics building Saturday at 5 o'clock. Later the group attended a formal dinner in the Chimayo room of the Hilton hotel. Initiated were Evelyn Woodson, Maxine Lindley, Ima Niell, Marydel Hawkins, Gertrude Parrott, Gwendolyn Lam and Mrs. Winifred Nail. Camilla Graves served as toastmaster at the dinner and Pauline Frey offered Jnvocation. Ruth Cowan, chapter president, spoke on "Into the Circle of Friendship;" Miss Niell talked on "Our Hopes As We Enter;" Miss Pnrrott sang "Calm Is The Night;" Miss Mabel Envin. who is on the advisory council, spoke on "A Look Backward;" Erlene Dowell spoke on "Within The Circle of Light" and Miss Margaret W. Weeks, also on the advisory council, talked on "To Whom Much Is Given Much Shall Be Expected." The singing of the fraternity hymn brought the program to a close. Other active members attending were Louise Cox, Mildred Hankins, Rozelle King, Claudia Reinhold, Jean Spencer, Doris Nell Tippit, Marion Turner, Helen Walker, Nina Wright. Laurissa Bratlon. Mary Frances Caffey, Helen Foster, Beatrice Heatley, Ouida Johnston, Wanda KimbrelJ, Florene May, Miriam Meading, Marjorie Oliver, Ruth Marie Payne, Marjoray Ridley, Drucilla Smith and Vera Thormann and Mrs. Roe Bavousett. Alumnae present were Misses Betty Savage, Mary Etta Vernon and Alma Rhea Eades and Mrs. Waggoner Carr. Miss Martye Poindexter, on.the .council, also attended. Mrs. J, T, Baisden Honored By Society At a luncheon meeting of t'.ie Alpha Sigma chapter of Delta Gamma, national honorary society of Women Teachers, Mrs. J, T. Baisden, president' for 1940-1941 was presented with the president's pin in honor of her outstanding achievement while acting as president. The luncheon was held Saturday at the Mexican Inn. Mrs J. T. Teal made the presentation speech and Mrs. Mary Doak chapter president, presented the pin. Out-of -town guests were Mrs O. C. Thomas and Mis:; Edith Caveness of Spur; Mrs. Grace Wood, Seminole; Miss Nell Rayburn and a Mrs. Baton, Abernathy; Miss Lucile Flowers Plainview. Members of the Alpha Sigma chapter attending were Mesdames Batsden, Inez Boyd. J. Neuel Bryan, A. O Burk, T. H. Carter Doak. Ance English, J. W Fitz- gerarld, Ethel Fulton, Isabel Garrison, H F. Godeke, Sadie Hazehvood. A. F. Rasor. C. E Roberts, J. L. Teal, Frances Zacharv. AHa Smith and Ernest D. Elliott, a transfer from Childress. Misses Irene Armes, Mildred Boone, Mamie Crump, Lucille Gill, Evelyn Jones. Emma Main, May me. Lee Miller, Claudia Neeley. Mary Lou Roberson. Elizabeth West, Esther Sorensen and Neville Wrenn. Lubbock Women Will Register Wednesday According to an announcement Monday from Mrs. E. Powell McWhirter, chairman of registration for the convention of the seventh district, Texas Federation of Women s clubs,'Lubbock women who plan to attend sessions of the convention schould register at the First Methodist .church Wednesday afternoon between 2 and 6 o clock. Those who plan to attend the luncheons and dinners are asked to nakc reservation at this time a,so. Fee for delegates to the convention will be one- dollar and for visitors, 50 cents. Mrs. Bryan Edwards To Be Club Sneaker "Flowers the Year Around" will be topic for Mrs. Bryan Edwards as guest speaker of the Madonna Child Study club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. B. E Adasr, 2407 Twenty-second street will be hostess. Older folks £/"^\l soy it's ij^g^ common ^Ife^y 1 ' '::S» ^*^ sense .. ALL-VECET&RLE IAXMTSVE • In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets, there are no chemicals, no minerals, no phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are different— act different; Purely i-egctable'—a. combination of 10 vegetable ingredients iorrniilated over 50 years ago. Uncoated or candy coated, their action is dependable, thorough, yet gentle, as millions of NR s have proved. Get a 25t box tcday ... or larger economy size.. KR TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT 'orREGUlAR! Read The Want Ads Misses Holt, Young On TSCS Honor Roll DENTON, March 23.—Misses jean Holt and Jean Young of Lubbock were on .the Dean's Honor Roll at Texas State College for Women, it was announced recently. - Only eight per cent of the students enrolled at the college made this scholastic record during the last semester. Miss Holt, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Holt, is a sophomore majoring in chemistry; and Miss young, the daughter ol Mrs. Elizabeth Young, is a freshman majoring in English. Both girls v ere honored with other students making outstanding records at a special Honors Day college assembly. Miss White led all five mem- \ „ . „ t bers of this division of the dormi- \ Buy A Defense Bond TODAYl tory's annual Personality Panel ; ~ '—~ and was placed at the top of the i list '.The "five, 'girls. JR -this Idivis- I. ion now are'competing for ""Girl I of the Year" honors. i In addition to leading the five- tSirl division of the Upper Ten, Miss ' White Jed in'.three other divisions and won a place on each of the seven divisions comprising the panel: Best in Posture, 'Best in Neatness, Best in Manners, Best in Emotional Appeal. Best in Humor, and Best in Friendliness. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs -Tack White of Texico, Miss White is majoring in elementary education. Friends at Texas Tech will remember her as a short—5 loot 3-inch—brunette with very brown eyes • She attended the college at Lubbock for two years'. Mrs. J. A. Goodwin Will Be Hostess Mrs. J. A. Goodwin will entertain for members of the Friday Needle club Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the home of'Mrs. H V. 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