Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on March 25, 1942 · Page 1
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MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Wednesday, March 25, 1942 . , . .- . i A?.A3 For The Avafonclie-Journal Offkev im/-: The $/) - i' •": V\S&ftUMt0j t By Margaret Turner ;.":•: Women's faults are many; •'-.,• Men. have only two; Everything they say, and Everything they do. . *!7he.. above "poem" is from the ; lAibbock- Optimist and is credited to Waldo S. ':., BREAD XON-FATTKN1NG TTVESPITE the old notions that • ••** bread is a ''fattening" food, the average size slice contains fewer calories than a cup of lemon iuice in other words, is loss "f s>4 1 i n ing." Actually, modern nutrition proves that it's the sum .total of food eaten that can cause you to gain or lose. All types of bread contain approximately the same number oi c a lories and vitamin-enriched .white bread ha«, no more calories, than whole wheat, rye or' unen- riched white bread. Board Dinner "Tonight To Precede Opening Of Federation Convention ...... ..'.,, v ~ — : J- ^ -I -_ — Today's Events'. . * Halcyon Forty-Two club. 3 p. j»., Mrs. F. K. Mitchell, Slston highway. X/nlt 6 of AAUW Bookman group. 3 p. m., Mrs. J. A. Fatter-berry, 1S09 2ith St. Las Amlgas c!ub, 3:30 p. IP Mr«. DOT SmalJin, 810 Ave. J. Registration Today For Lubbock Women Honoring members of the state and district boards, a board dinner will be held tonight at 7 o'clock in the Tech Women's Dorn- itory No. 2 as opening activity for t'.e seventh district, Texas Federation of Women's Clubs convention to be held here Thursday and Friday. According to Mrs. George S. Berry, Lubbock City Federation president, more than 50 reservations for the dinner had ' p - A "°'d. L«v«ii»nd highway; luncheon, been made Tuesday. J B orden Needle club, 3 p. m. MH R. z Honor guests will include Mrs. ™£% "" 201b st - M " T J. W. Walker of Plainview, presi- c °- ho ' u? "dent of the Texas Federation; Mrs. H. F. Godeke of Lubbock, president of the seventh district Loyal Sliterc clu'j. 3 a. m., M;-». J. G. Oslin, 820 Ave. O. K«fd!c-cr»(t club, 3 p. m., Mrs. A. L. Vaughn. 1912 Ave. K. Luchv 13 Needle club. 11 i. m., Mrs. E. RS. CAKNA BULBS J. M. Willson of 2409 T w c n t y - s ixth street, has "gobs" of bulbs of large, yellow cannas that she would like to give away. She says they are "just beautiful" and you may remember there is no more beautiful shade of yellow than that of Lubbock's cannas. Drop by and she'll give you some. * * * PAGE UNCLE SAM! A SiUHouerre THAT SHOiltp HAVE BEEN FROZEN VEAK<5 AGO - MORE FLOWERS M RS. W. F. Cole, 2107 Twenty- second street, telephoned The Woman's Angle to say she has csnna bulbs, azalea mums, shasta daisies and yellow, white and orchid c h r y s anthemums to share •with anyone who comes by with- itt the next few days. f: ***•.... *•, :,'-' IN THE MAIL D EAR Miss Turner: Will you please print the names' of all United Nations in order.' Also give the meaning of "task lor'ce :> in the U. S. army. I •would ask Wes on the We Answer program but J might miss it. 1 Thanks, ft A Reader. Reader: Thanks for asking us the questions but we r>«t Wes couldn't answer them, Anyway, at least not without research. - blood? Could you Mr. Young?A task force, as explained by a lieutenant from the Lubbock Army.. Flying school who happen^a to be in the office when your card arrived, is a force in combat -or assigned to combat duties. £As for the list of the United t ations, Tiere they are: (Thanks Prof. H. C. Pender of Texas Tech) United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern. Ireland, Russia, .-United Slates. China, Australia, Belgium/ Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, India, Czechoslavak- ^, Dominican Republic, El Sal- 'Vador, Greece,. Guatemala. Haiti, Honduras, Luxembourg, Nether- gnds, New Zealand, Nicaragua Sorway, Panama, Poland, Union ef South Africa and Yugoslavia. 3 -w (Mncerning the appeal for magazines, books and games for 8E sick FOR SOLDIERS E'D like to repeat a request printed elsewhere, • the one ldiers in the Lubbock ying school hospital. jt-.The men want current magazines and mystery or detective Dories, playing cards, chess, dom- Armj es or checkers. Bring youi . contributions to the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce office and they will Hospital. be taken to the pos Cancer Control Drive fo Be Held In April SfMrs. ~.A. T. Biggers. county chairman for the Annual Cancer Control Membership drive, announced Tuesday that the drive would be conducted in Lubbock fhd surrounding towns in April £pril has been designated as *L e m b ership drive month b 1 president Roosevelt, Mrs. Bigger" i : "Conquer Fear, Delay and Ig- fforance" is theme for "the c;im- Iiaign. Co-workers ' in Lubbock Qpunty with Mrs. Riggers are Mrs * S. Johnson, Mrs. A. L. Faubion of Monroe, Mrs. O. R. Copeland oi Slide, Mrs. S. H. Robinson o Shallowater, Mrs. Aubrey Jones o Ipalou and Mrs. Henry Hollis o Slaton. fjBues are one dollar, Mrs. Big- jffers said. Main project for Texas is establishing of a cancer clinic. and presiding officer for the dinner; Mrs. J. M. Perkins ot Easl- lanu, director to General Federation; Miss Ethel Foster o£ Sterling City, State Federation treasurer; Mrs. J. G. Meritt of Colorado City, vice president of the registration committee of the state. Mrs. James O. Cade of Lub- >ock, first vice president of the ;eventh district; Mrs. Emmett Cerr of Lubbock, secretary-treasurer of the seventh district; Mrs. ". M. Crews of Childress, second •ice president of seventh district; Mrs. J. A. Hill of Canyon and Mrs. L. A. Wells of Amarillo. Other honor guests will include VIrs. Berry; Mrs. B.C.Dickinson, chairman of the hostess commit- ee; Mrs. T. R. Prideaux, general arrangements chairman and her co-chairmen, Mesdames W, B. Irvin and W. P. Clement. The City Federation is hostess group for the dinner. Mrs. Raymond Marshall will sing a selection of songs and Mrs. T. E. Buckner will give several original poems. Following the dinner, a district joard meeting will be held. A Business session will be conducted and reports heard. Registration Today All Lubbock women who plan o attend the convention, and all joard members, are reminded .hat registration will be held for hem today at. the First Methodist church between 2 and 6 o'clock this afternoon. Those who plan to attend the uncheons and dinners are asked o make reservations at this time. Tee for-delegates to the convention will be one dollar and for visitors, 50 cents. Announcement was made Tues'- day of judges and awards for an annual art contest sponsored by the seventh district, Texas Federation of Women's clubs. The First Methodist church parlors will be -scene for the exhibit during the annual spring convention here Thursday and Friday. A prize of five dollars is offered for the best picture and Sansom 3 p. m., Mri. R. I. i* home of Mr«. Joe Ca<v*ry Baptist Junior Girls auxiliary, 3:11 j>. m., church. Madonna Circle ot the Ceciral Baptist church, 4 p. m., church. 1816 Needle club, T-dbbs, hostess In t! Baldrldge. 210S 17th SI. 1936 Forty-Two club, 3 p. m.. Mrs. R. R. Holmes, 2516 22nd St. Lubbock B and P\V cJub, «:30 p. m., Hilton hotel. Unity Stud;.- club, t y. m., Hotel Luli- bock. Delphian society, 3 p. m., Hilton holel. Junior Sunshine Child Study club 3 p m., NSrs. Lester Cooper, 2612 21st St. Just-A-Mrre club. 2:30 p. m, Mrs R F. Hinchey, 1202 Ave. O. First Aid course, sponsored by K. Carter P-TA. 3:15 p. m., room 110, school; Milton Greer, instructor Red Cross First Aid course, sponsored by Roscoe Wilson p-TA: 3:15 to 5:15 p. m., school; Mrs. Ivy Savage, Instructor. Red Cross First Aid course, sponsored by George R. Bean P-TA; 3:15 to 5:15 p m., achool; w. A. Hood. Instructor. Red Cross First Aid course, sponsored by George R. Bean P-TA; 7:30 to 9:30 p. m., school; J. J. Moore, Instructor. Madonna child Study club. 3 p. m Mrs B. E. Adair, :«07 2*nd St. Colonial Needle club. 3 p. m. Mrs. Roy Parks, 2206 8th St., gilt exchange. Allegro club, 3:30 p. m.. F. R. Friend home, 2005 Broadvray. with Mrs. Chester Ellioti as hostess. Wednesday Needle c!ub, 3 p. m. Mrs W. D. O'Brien. -2902 Zlst St., Mrs. Vranlc M. Maddox. assistant hostess. Woman's Auxiliary Has Installation In a service conducted by Dr. Jack M. Lewis, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, Mrs. C. J. Wagner was installed president of the Woman's auxiliary Monday afternoon. New secretaries of causes are Mesdames A. M. Barnett, C. C. Hill, H. G. Bizzell, W. L. Hester, George Young and Miss Betty McWilliams. Since officers are "elected -every two years there were several hold overs including Mrs. W. B. Price, vice-president; Mrs. ----- c - M. Trout; secretary; Mrs. Joe Paint and- Paper company is of-' Wilson, treasurer and Mrs. T. R. fPl-lnP S^7 nfl ^C fVlQ rr*r,nr,A v*~.I T 3 T {rf<s3 T T T.- - Kiptrt»..«w CT 4 - - _ ering S2.50 as the second prize. Select Three Judges Judges will be F. A. Kleinschmidt, head of the Tech department of architecture and allied arts; Miss Isabelle Robinson of the art department of West Texas State Teachers college and Robert Butler, artist rancher of McAdoo. Winners will be announced Friday morning. : An exhibit of Latin-American art, arranged by Mesdames Web Cammack and A. H_ Douglas, also is to be on display at the church. Twentieth Century club is sponsoring a display of arts and crafts made by Tech students in classes taught by Miss Martye Poindexter and water colors from a Cleveland show will be on exhibit at West Texas museum throughout the convention as courtesies to convention delegates and visitors. Prideaux, historian. Secretaries who have a year to serve are Mesdames C. L. Minyard, J. W. Boyd, J. L. Rosamond and Charles Read. Mrs. Joe Wilson and Mrs. Prideaux gave reports Monday. Mrs. C. C. Galbraith was chairman of a tea hour that followed. Sixty women were present. Guesf Speakers Are Feature For Programs Of Federated Clubs Tuesday Afternoon Featuring a demonstration n the district courtroom, and a arogravn presented in the Girl Scout Little House. Federation clubs of the city met to hear guest speakers or for discussions among 1 jb members Tuesday afternoon. With Ralph Brock, county attorney, as guest speaker, members of the Athenaeum club met n the 72nd district courtroom of the courthouse for a study of the supreme, circuit, district and t-pecial courts. Mrs. T. C. Delaney was director for a program entitled "A Perfect Design for Law Observance" based on the Bibical scripture, Psalms U9-.18. Mrs. Delaney appointed members representative of the plaintiff and defendant and demonstrations were held on possible cases. Forum Has New Members Mesdames L. L. Watson and Herschel Maxey were introduced as new' members of the Lubbock Woman's Forum in a meeting Twentieth Century Club Aids Defense In an eifcrt to aid defense, members of the Twentieth Century club nre collecting books, maga- xines and phonograph records for enlisted men stationed at the Lubbock Army Flying school. Books will be cataloged and will be available for borrowing under a simple library system. Announcement of these activitie.s was reported by the district supervisor of recreation of the Works Projects administration. Infra-Club Council To Sponsor Show Climaxing "Defense Week" activities, the Club Council Women's of Texas Inter- Technological college will sponsor a u , j - t u-», ,r „„ - „ " stvle shosv at Christie's, 1803 held with Mrs. Homer Maxey, 3206 Broadway, tonight at 8:30 o'clock Iwenty-first street. Mesdames Fifteen models ohiispn f.-om thn Marcus Helber, Roy Watts and Turner Adams were co-hostesses. "Impressions Plays of New of Actors York City" and was given by Miss Vondee Lewis, senior student from Texas Technological college. Mrs. T. E. Buckner gave selections from her book of Poetry. , _ B _ TT members Mrs. R. S. Underwood was pro- ! clubs gram director for the discussions on "American Drama and Poetry. Fifteen models chosen from the five social clubs on the campus will model the latest spring styles. The style show wil! be free for all college students, and Lubbock residents will be admitted with the purchase of one ten cent defense stamp to' be given to the Student Union fund. The program will feature musical . numbers by of the various social . Thirty-four members were present. Meeting in the Girl Scout Little House, the Junior Sorosis club held a program on "Argentina," under the direction of Mrs. F. H Parker. Mrs. William H. Crutcher spoke on "Tropical Flowers and Forests" and Mrs. Welcion George discussed "Two Suitcases to South America." "Influences of Other Countries on Argentina" was subject for Mrs. O. L. Dixon. Mesdames Don Wiley and George Turner were new members. Sewing For Red Cross Sewing for the Red Cross was done by members of the Sunshine Child Study club from 1:30 to 3:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Lewis Kittrell, 2008 Fifteenth street. Following the sewing, a short business meeting was conducted. Members present were Mesdames Clay Anderson, Joe Baldridge, Charles Bartlett, Frank Bass, J. H. Brock, G. E ; -Dawso'n, J. C. Sanders, C. V. Sandlin. C. W. Tatum, O. A. Woody, Stanton Brunson, Hugh Ragland and A. D. Montgomery- A Miss Vestal, of Houston was a visitor. Mrs. Frank Bass will be hostess to Ihe club April 8. Enlisted Men Attend Informal Socials A report from the office of the Works Projects district supervisor for recreation states that the attendance the past week end at the recreation center for enlisted men at Lubbock Army Flying school was th largest on record"! The Saturday registration of enlisted men was 106. Floor show entertainment was- arranged by Dr. Marshall Harvey and Alton Taylor. Miss Alice Whitehead and Reverdie Ater, students from Texas Technological college, did several special dance numbers. Members from the Lubbock Woman's club filled the cooky jar at the center Sunday. Members making cookies were Mesdames R. H. Williams, L. D Thomas, A. T. Cocancugher, Web Cammack and T. A. Niblack. Sunday night games were directed at the center by the Hub- Ettes from the Major club at Tech college. l ./<»"' '//<«</' MN ITS'VAIHOUS FORMS IFOR FEMJN'NE USP <To Relieve distress from MONTHLY FEMALE WEAKNESS Try Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound to help relieve monthly pain with its treat, nervous feelings —due to monthlv functional disturbances. It help* build up resistance against such dls-.ress of "difficult days." Follow label directions DR. J. B. McCORKLE DENTIST 307 Myrick Building LubbncJt, Texas Phnne (5591 New Plymoufh Motors $110.00 Fenner Tubbs-Co. 10th At L. Phone 2-2111 Billy Hoys Is Wed To E. J. Richardson, Jr. SNYTJER, March 24. (Special)— Miss Billy Lou Hays, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Hays, arid E. J. Richardson, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Richardson, all of this city, were united in marriage recently in a single ring service read at the home of the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Mitchell, in Snyder. The bride chose a frock of navy blue crepe with a pink jacket, navy hat, pink gloves and black patent bag fend shoes. Her flowers were calla lilies and pale yellow rosebuds arranged in a shoulder corsage. She carried a white Bible, a wedding gift. Both Mr. and Mrs. Richardson are graduates of Snyder High school. Mrs. Richardson attended Texas Technological college where she pledged Ko Shari social club for girls. The couple is at home in Snyder where Mr. Richardson is employed with the State Highway department Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! Jeweldean Fields To Accept Position Miss Jeweldean Fields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fields of 1520 Hill street, left Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Washington, D. C., where she will accept a civil service position with the United States, government. Miss Fields was graduated from Senior High school and Draughon's Business college in Lubbock. She was employed with the Lubbock Joint Stock company before accepting the position. Roscoe Wilson P-TA To Sponsor Course Sponsored by the Roscoe Wilson Parent-Teacher association, a Red Cross First Aid course will be taught at the school Wednesdays and Friday afternoons from 3:15 to 5:15 o'clock. Mrs. Ivy Savage will be instructor. The first class "will be held this afternoon. At the conclusion of the course. Red Cross certificates will be awarded. "Defense Week" activities began last Thursday with a rummage sale in .the playroom of the new women's .dormitory. Sweaters, jewelry, and other discarded articles were gathered from club members and sold to attain money for the Student Union Fund. Inter-Club Council members were stationed in the • home economics building during the sale of defense stamps to get the people purchasing stamps to donate them to the Student Union Fund. "So Ends Our Night," which showtof at the Tech theater from March 14-16. was sponsored by the council to enlarge the funds obtained Fund. for the Student Union True Blue Class Has Meet In Hattan Home Members of the True Blue Girls Sunday school class of the Calvary Baptist church met in the home of Mrs. Bert Hattan. 2201 Twenty-fourth street, Monday night at 7:30 o'clock. Officers elected were as follows: president. Billie Jerel Puckett; vice president, Georgia Mae Rath- eal; secretary, Novie Diebel; social chairman. ' Jane-Tannehill;' missions chairman, Mary Jean Wood; group captains, Moneta Ruth Hattan and wanda Lee McPherson: reporter, Yvonne Leslie. Geneva Collins and Mattie Rails were other members attending. Brief Bits Of Local News H. M. Bairier, general agricultural agent of the Santa Fe at Amarillo and H. E. Knapp, Rocky Ford, Colo., general agricultural ag-snt of the American Crystal Sugar Co., were in Lubbcck Tuesday enroute to Anton to meet with sugar beet farmers to discuss J942 plantings. The two men had held meetings in Lockney ] l ' ine Corps league will be held at and Plainview Monday. c '' ln -'-''"•'' *«»i~i.* =-- «^~ * — Earl Nail, long time employe of the Santa Fe local off ; ce, has been made a s s i slant cashier at the freight of/ice succeeding Harold vice, Harvie D. Pool, assistant agent 01' Lubbock county will replace him. Pool went to Levelland Tuesday to discuss t lie program of work, and attended a garden program meeting at Amherst. Meeting of ihe Lubbock Ma- Martin, who was named clerk Ross. in place of the late rate Clay O, T. Williams, federal area conservationist, is to speak today at a Childress Rotary club kwich- eon on the part the federarSoil Conservation service will play in the food for defense program. Williams also will meet with SCS district officials o£ Childress, Memphis and other towns in that section, it was announced Tuesday. He left Lubbock lace Tuesday. 18:30 o'clock tonight hi the American Legion hail. W. M. Ryan, president, said Tuesday night. Several new members are expected to be taken in at the meeting. John Deere & Co. service men of the South Plains will mee{ today in Hilton hotel for a service session. Luncheon will be served at noon in Chimayo room. O. L, Payne is the new fieldman for this section. He will preside today. x Austin Yeats, chief of police at Slaton, and members of his family were visitors in Lubbock Tues- Cochran county land is in good i morning at shape and nearly all of the crop | Avenue " • A car fire was extinguished .by i firemen from Ninteenth street j station at 11:23 o'clock Tuesday morning at Seventeenth Street and land has been prepared, W. E. (Prof) Angley of Morton, said while here Tuesday. He added he had never seen the crop land in as good condition at this time of ., „ the year as it now is. Saturday, i and faculty members of Texas Discussing underlying causes of the present world conflict, and commenting on the American attitude, Women's Groups Have Parties, Lectures Three women's organizations in Lubbock held parties and lecture meetings Monday night. Mrs. H. B. Hawkins. Jfrs. Lucile Smith and Miss Dorothy Levey entertained in the home of Dr. and Mrs. I. E. Ban-, 2112 Fifteenth street, for Kappa Gamma sorority. A circus motif was carried out m all details. Contests and table games were played. Centering the refreshment table was a miniature circus ring with tiny yellow chinn horses and trainer and china spectators. Balloons were further decorations. Special guests were Mesdames Edna Mae Toone, Jack Payne, and Ruth McKnight, Misses V'jrgie Mae Griggs, Murl Ratliff and Dorothy Ford. Members present were .Misses Mildred Boone,' Louise Chance, Lucille Collier, Frances Conley, Magdalen Dederick, Evelyn Jones, Evelyn and Roberta Raybon, Fredda File, Ruth E. Ford, Helen Hart, Margaret Prewitt, Marguerite Whipp, Mesdames Dan Ethe- ridgc. Jerre Harrod, Lottie Hilton and Winnie Wheat. Miss Kleppe Speaks Miss Ellen KJcppe of the Tech home economics faculty 'spoke on "Meat and Meat Substitutes" at an i. Peter Molyneaux address- " pc " f ,°,|' um S l 30ns ° re d b y the A. pproximately 1,500 students , A ' U - w - Consumers group at the ed approximat 4-H club boys held an annual show and Morton and it was the best show ever staged, he added. Technological college at a convocation Tuesday morning. Molyneaux, who is a visiting lecturer of the Carnegie Endowment for __, Tlf t a •* 1 *--•*. •«_'.j»«i*_w,»i_ *jmjv^t»»i.n_iii. Al_ri Major Waller McCollom, presi- International Peace, is editor of dent of the aviation cadet exam-i Southwestern Bankins and In- ining board of the West Texas '. dustry magazine at Dallas He was army enlistment and induction introduced by Dean James M. district, will speak at z Busi- Gordon. Rev.'H. G. Ganfc. oastnr ness and Professional Women's' of the First Christian '-' ' club meeting tonight in Hilton' gave the invocation. hotel. He will talk on "Keeping Fit for Defense." Major McCollom was formerly principal of the Stillwater, Okla., high school before taking up active work as an D. W. Sherrill of Hockley county will leave today for Camp! Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Mowery of -241C Broadway, are parents of a spn, weighing 6. pounds 14 ounces, born at 3:14 o'clock Tuesday morning in West Texas hospital. Mowery is professor of animal husbandry at Texas Technological college. Roberts. Calif., for military ser- - when we get through with . this Mrs. Sims Is Hostess To Forty-Two Club war, tricic ivus. not be one brick left. on lop of another in Germany." County Judge G. V. Pardue ( told the Lubbock Optimist club Mrs. T. E. Barr scored hi«h at ' at a :Ju " cIl eon in Lubbock hotel the Jolly Dozen Forty-Two club Tuesrta >'- Hc cxnressed in strong meeting Tuesday afternoon licid f. erm . s hls belief that German civi- with Mrs. H. W. Sims, 902 Ave- ! lizatlon "must be crushed" and the need that every able man nter military service, n. M. nue Q. W SP C e . C t'lInaer rca?£ttv£f \ ^ h ' "™*« oVu^ day's" p£ ,'• «-• "jiaiim.1, i^. v-aiiei. « aj- ,,.._„ ,. nmm jnn«. ;r,t.-,,,i....„,! -u~ ker Jackson, J. Oral Thomas. H. Beard and' ° ram committee, introduced the Members present were dames G. B. Walden, K. Smith. H. H. Holmes. ~. B ris, Solon Clements, and Tucker. Mrs. S. C. Raw!ings will be : hostess April 8. Episcopal Auxiliary To Have Offering The Woman's auxiliary of the St. Paul's Episcopal church will present its United Thank offering at an annual service to be presented this morning at 9 o'clock at the church, Sixteenth street and Avenue X. Cocanougher's Cafeteria "SELECTED FOODS FOR YOUR SELECTION" Chicken & Dumplins 25e Baked Ham 20c Pork & Dressing 18 C Chicken Fried Steak 18c Pork Chop I2c Stuffed Pepper lOe Pj> Combination Salad Cold Slaw Cottage Chees* Pickles Drinks -_ 5c 5c _ 3c _ 3c _ Sc — Sc ON SQUARE ACROSS STREET WEST OF COURT HOUSE WEST TEXAS LARGEST Cold Fur Storage ANNOUNCES THE ADDED PROTECTION OF LETHOL GAS ... If Stopi AH Bacteria Decay 2«6 19ih St. BRAY'S Sewing For Red Cross Done By 1934 Club Sewing for the Red Cross was done at the 1934 Needle club meeting Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. G. W. Jones, 304 Avenue IT. Ten garments were completed. Those attending were .Mesdames Pascal Peek, Buel Hall, I. L. Sprawls, J. A. Hall, G. W. Bowles, H. H. Jons, U. S. Allen, O. H. Allen, Lorena Wilson, Jesse Chinn and John L. Sullivan. Mrs. Chinn, 1908 Twenty-fourth street, will be hostess April 14.. MRS. CARLISLE FILES SUIT AUSTIN, March 24. (U.R) _ A suit was on file here today in district court, brought against the Texas State Federation of Women's Clubs by Mrs. O. H. Carlisle of Houston for $879 in commissions on advertising obtained for the Texas Federation 'News, a publication issued by the organization. Mrs. Carlisle was its bust- ness manager from 1938 to 1940. Social Is Given For Armv School Nurses Misses Lucile Gill and Bessie League' were hostesses in the home of Miss League, 2621 Twentieth street, Tuesday night for a of friends and nurses stationed at the Lubbock Army Flying school; ' speaker. i S- j A supper-prcgram for postal " i' workers of the 39th congressional -.district has been planned "at 8 " ( o'clock Saturday night in the Sla•- ton community club house. Invited to attend are employes of all postoffices in the district. 1C L. Scudder, Slaton postmaster, will preside for a program which in- | eludes speaking. A daughter, weighing 7 pounds, ounces, was born to Mr. and Richardson of 3305 Avenue L, at 7:35 o'clock Tuesday morning m West Texas hospital. Richardson is a steam fitter.. home economics building, Monday night. Thirty persons were present. Miss Kleppe said one-tenth to one-seventh ot the total daily amount of calories should be in proteins and the kinds of foods that supply these proteins are meat, fish, poultry, milk, eggs, cheese, lesumes, cereals and nuts, church, I Since legumes and cereals are not complete foods, they have to be supplemented with other foods, Miss Kleppe said. She handed out recipes for meat substitute? and meat extenders. Miss Mary Louise Revier was elected vice president of the Ingleside Sororis club at a meeting Monday night in the home of Mrs. Alvin Webb. 2407 Thirtieth street, with Miss Mary Ellen Madden as hostess. Miss Marion Rogers, recording secretary, presided in the absence of the president; Miss Mary Anna Wood. Miss Georgia Knight, program chairman, i-eviewed "Meet the South Americans." After the program, the group went to a drug store for refreshments. . Miss Geraldine Terrell will be club hostess April 13 with Mrs. Maurice LeFan as program chairman. Others present were Misses Gladys Ruth Parncll, Mary Moore, Irene Terrili, Mahota Gcphart and Kathlene Noell. A-DA B CIRCLE Mrs. Bonner Cummings. 25IB Twenty-seventh street, was hostess for Asbury Methodist Ada B circle meeting Monday afternoon. Mrs. Clayton Enger led A devotion. Mrs. Cloyes Tune lilked on "Growing Parents and Growing Children" and Mrs. Cummings discussed "Home Education and Our Son." Six members and one visitor were present. Dr. Walter J Howard DENTIST 403 Myrick Bldg. Dial 5621 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. <t?roio»yi EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT J. T. Hutchinson, M. D. Ben B. HutchinsDn, M. D. ' E. M, Blake, M. D (Ai;ergy> INFANTS AND CHILDREN M. C. Overton, M. D. Arthur .Tenkins. M. D. INTERNAL MEDICINE W. H. Gordon, M. D. • R. H. McCarty. M. D. icirdioicu} • In U. S. Army Serrlce. Clifford K. Hunt, Sr^rtnientSeat OENERAx. MEDICINE J. P. Lattimore, M. D. H. C. Maxwell, M. D. G. S. Smith. M. D. V.'. A. Reser, M. D. J. D. Donaldson. M. D. W. F. Birdsong, M. D. OBSTETRICS O. R, Hand. M. D. X-RAY AND LABORATORY James D. Wilson, M. D. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN Wayne Keeser, M. D. J. II. Felton. 'Business MacaEer PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY X-RAY AND RADIUM, SCHOOL OF NURSING $ 1,440.00 A YEAR Acute shurucc ol £ on: mm en i offirc help it 11,440 i y«r; ilso in buiincsj offices. Nctv Condensed Scoctanjl Course puickly prepares for these inspiring opportunities. . . Box Y. 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