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March 24, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 7

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'"' Jl- * t ' " ' • • • •. t ffrtLVE—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Starts at .*-Our children's department is overflowing with clever little Easter Togs . . . bring your daughter down this week and put her at her best for the Easter Parade and for all the Easter Egg parties in the offing. Mi: riss, your EASTER frock Our children's dress rocks ore cram- fam-pocked with Easter "Smarties" . . . iittle Easter dress creations to make your little daughter Jhe cutest of ell ... of piquee, dotted Swisses, printed cottons, rayon crepes, printed challis, wash silks . . . trimmed in laces, organdy frills, smocking, pleats, shirring galore , . .Sizes from 1 to 6Vz ..1.98 to 2.98 Sizes from 7 to 1 4 1.98 to 5.95 and your Pique Coats for Easter . Children's pique coats in darling iittle creations . . . colors in white and navy only . . -sizes from 1 to 6te - . . priced. . . 3.49 and 3.98 iV^ 1 ^ EASTER bonnet. Easter Bonnets for th" little girls ... in many, many clever shapes and designs. . including linen fachos, halos, off-facers, berets, polk bonnets . . . pf linens, piques, strews and others . . . whites and oil popular colors. . . SLIPS for the little girls Easter costume . . . jast (ike mother's . . . lace trimmed and all ... in cotton ba- tistes, and rayon crepes... whife and tearose . . . sizes from 2 to 10 89c to 51.98 1.29 to 2.98 "DRESSY" WORK-JACKETS Featuring these Jackets for the m»n who have to be in and out of doors. . .the men who hove to work out yet hove to look nic» ct the same Jims... read about them, b-- low. Zelan Jackets These famous jackets ore weather-proof, ihower-proof, wind proof ... in o short jacket style end in a coot length.. .ir. popular new jacket styles. THE JACKET ZELAN , 3.93 COAT LENGTH ZELAN ^.... 3.00 Tackle Twill Jackets Tiess jackets ere mode from the seme tough fabric that football ports ore mode from . . . they're tough os o boot. . . yet they look quite nice ... in sond tan only ... in a jacket length end in a coat length. JACKET LENGTH JACKET 10.00 COAT LENGTH 12.50 New shipment of clef ver little Easter Gift | Soaps . , . Ducks, etc. . . .all bars of rsa! soap and gold soap in cufe Easter packages 59c and 69e f STAIRLESS One expert has predicted that apartment blocks may one day be built without stairs. Gentle slopes would replace the familiar staircase. H. V. ROBERTSON & CO. MIDWAY 1800 BLOCK ON BROADWAY NOW New Admission Prices 9C AND 22C ANY SEAT — ANY TIME ON THE SCREEN: A MAGNIFICENT LOVE STORY OF A BEAUTIFUL REBEL . . . IN TECHNICOLOR "VIRGINIA" —STARRING— MADELEINE CARROl FRED M(MURRAY A FIRST-RUN P.ICTURE (H You Haven't Seen It) NEWS—ACRTOON lubbock'; f«xas, Tuesday, March 24/1942 H. P. Lehr Rites T<f Be Conducted Last . rites for Harry Porter Lehr, 59, paint and paper-hanging contractor here the past 23 years, will be conducted at 3 .o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Sanders chapel, Elder G. C. Brewer, minister of the Broadway Church of Christ, oxidating. Interment is to be in Memorial Park cemetery. Lehr died in W. is t Texas hospital Sunday afternoon at 1:53 o'clock after an illness -of about two weeks, His home is at 717 Twenty-ninth street. Surviving Mr. Lehr are the widow; three sons, ,T. D. Lehr of Huber, Ga., Lieut. Dale Lehr of Camp Shelby, Miss., and Theron Lehr of the home; snd a brother J. T. Lehr of California. J. D. and Theron were at the bedside and Lieut. Lehr is to be here for the final services. Mr. Lehr was born in Collin county Aug. 14, 1883. He came to Lubbock from Corpus Christi. His health had been good until March 10 until he suffered the stroke of paralysis which resulted in his death. He was employed in construction work at Lubbock Army Flying school at the time of becoming ill. Cotton Insurance Meetings Are Held Monroe and Idalou Monday night were sites for cotton insurance meetings at which the crop insurance plan was explained by government officials. J. Lynn Hawes, of the Dallas office of the crop insurance corporation, and Walter Y. Wells, county administrator of the Agricultural Adjustment administration, were the principal speakers Presiding over the Monroe session m New Deal Rural High school auditorium was H. D. Johnson while W. H. Killian of Idalou had charge of the meeting conducted in the'community clubhouse there. Dangerous <Continued From Editorial Page) her left, she reasoned, getting her bearings. "This way," and plodding through the heavy sand, she'led the way to the point where she had stumbled onto the trail leading to the cabin. "Why—it's open!" she gasped. Then, as Goodwin overtook her. "That door was locked tight, yesterday. I know that. I tried it myself." "So what? Let's have a look." Taking the lead now, Goodwin stepped up the three creaking -steps into the cabin. Sharon follower right behind him. The smell hadn't changed, she noticed wrinkling her nose. But everything else had! Nets, rope, fishing gear, all the packing cases marked Sierra Steel —gone! To Be Continued • Diol 4343 f el Tfc AvafonchWournot Off?gi« FORMED PRISON WARDEN HORIZONTAL 1,6 Pictured former warden of Sing Sing prison. 11 Flowers, 13 Lubricated. 15 Giant king of Bashjn. 17 Fastidious. 18 Back of the . neck. 19 Symbol for cobalt 1 0 Foot part. 22 Evening meals 23 Paving ' substance. 24 Small wild ox of Celebes. 26 Bird. , 27 Follow. MGaoL 30 Plural (abbr.) 31 Paid publicity. 32 Jeer. 35 Repair. 38 Soon. 39 Requirement. 41 Parcel of land. 42 Spire. 47 Organ of hearing. Answer'to Previous Piuzle 48 Symbol, for. • terbium. 49 Ado. 50 Sturdy lre«. 52 Smaliest ' state (rtibr.1, 53 Harsh. 54 Act the part of host 56 Ignominy. 57 Compound VERTICAL 2 Symbol for erbium. 3 Was victorious 4 Egyptian goddess. 5 Obtain. 6 Prevaricator, t European mountains, 8 Tmy. • 9 Editor (abbr.; 10L5st of ' soldiers. 12 September • (abbr.). 13 Unit. 14 He was warden of New *s famed prison. 16 Passed by. 19 Man's name. 21 Age. 23 Japanese porgy. 25 Quaking. 20 Burdened. 28 Central American rubber tree, 29 Thick preserve. 32 Ostentatious person. 33 Negative wore? 34 Withdraw. 36 Born, 37 Term of endearm«nt 38 Singing voice. 40 Fall In drops. 43 Sea eagle.. 44 Cooking utensil. 45 Turner's lathe. 46 Pieces out 49 Station (abbr.). 51 Perched. 53 Be quiet! 1 55 Symbol for tellurium. 15 2O Z4 16 2.7 2J 38 41. 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