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- ;. : By Margaret : Iurner MORNING AVAIAMCHE i • i Lubbockr Texas, Thursday, March 26, 1942, Wat 4343 For Th« Avafancht'-Joumol OfRert \'-,' v '"IV&ave-no light to illuminate jny- v pathway into the future save Est which 2alls over my shoulder from th*.- Wast."—-Patrick. Henry. . .:. ,•* « * • . WELCOME DELEGATES 'virELCOME to- delegates and VV visitors here for the seventh district TFWC convention and we hope you won't let a little dusty Wind "keep you from enjoying >our stay to the limit. As these Jines are written the sand is blow- tog but knowing how changeable fee weather is v.e may expect • Thursday and Friday to be like Seventh District TFWC Convention To Open * i 9 We hope you will take the few - rpare moments allowed at the convention to do a Little Easter shop. ning; that you will delight in seeing the cadets and enlisted men irom the air base as we do and that you will find here what Lubbock is generally, known for— true, Western hospitality. * * * IN THE MAIL D EAR MARGARET TURNER: We hear so much about the people's lack of wsr consciousness, we want to tell you how one group feels and what they are doing. Anywhere war is a terrible thing" but when our homes and country are threatened it calls to the highest in each of us—makes us want to sacrifice self-to prove our love and loyalty and use plain, 1 common sense. We don't want national hysteria with stunts and contortions but national unity in this our fight for God and liberty, for in unity Methodist Church To ° Be Headquarters With Mrs. H. F. Godeke, president of the seventh district, Texas Federation of Women's clubs, presiding, the 21st annual convention of the District Federation will be opened at 9 o'clock this morning in the auditorium of the First Methodist church. A pre-convention board dinner was' held Wednesday night at 7 o'clock in the lounge of Tech Women's Dormitory No. 2. The City Federation, of which Mrs. George S. Berry Is president, was hostess. The program at the dinner included solos by Mrs. Raymond Marshall, accompanied by Mrs. Martin R. Smith and poems read by Mrs. T, E. Buckner from her book, "When Lights Burn Low." Mrs. Marshall sang "Nocturne" (Curran) and "Let My Song Fill Your Heart" (Charles). A business session followed the board dinner. Registration At 8 O'Clock Registration will be opened this morning at 8 o'clock at the Methodist church, convention headquarters. The program to be presented this morning will be as follows: Salute to the Flag, Lubbock Girl Scouts; "Star Spangled-Banner" sung by convention delegates; Invocation (Washington's Prayer for the Nation), Mrs. J. B. Jackson; Response, "God Ever Glorious" (Russian National Hymn), Rex Webster. Welcome, Mrs. Berry; Song re- Mary Merrell Is Wee! To Lieut, Johnson The marriage of Miss Mary Neel Merrell o£ Ruidoso, N. "., and Lieut. Philip Johnson o£ Lubbock took place March 14 in Clc.- vis, N. M., wif.h Rev. W. G. Baifey, Methodist minister, officiating. Lieut. Johnson is to leave Thursday for Camp Berkeley and will go from there to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., to join the engineers corps. A senior student at Texas Technological college, he will receive a degree from the engineering department in absentia. Mrs. Johnson 5s to continue to make her residence in Lubbock. She is employed at RadCord Grocery company. Todays Events. .. Bud to Blossom club, 3:30 p, m., Mr». Charlie Curry. 15M 30th St.; to m»ke tour o( hardware store:. Betfy Ross Nftdle rtub, 1 p. m., Mri. E. E. Rodsers, 5205 fith St. St. John's Methodist W. S. C. C., » to H a. m. Singer Sewing Machine company. Red Cross tewJne. Thursday ErUje eiub. 1:15 p. m, Mr«. Charles 8. Middleioa, iOO» 30th fit. Central W»rd P-TA. 3:10 p. m., aehool. Southside Blbie Study I'.ASS. 3:30 p. Vn , Mr«. W. R. Dean, 1301 337d St., Rev. Jell D. Welch, teacher. Rebekah Indue, t p. MRS. K. F. GODEKE Seventh District President m., ZOOr hall. m., K-P there is unbeatable strength for Victory. We know we can do more, be more resourceful if we keep calm End there is much, to <io; Buying bonds, conserving our resources, keeping our home and community Mfe as" near normal as changing conditions will underprivileged permit; helping people see the opportunities to help themselves, for many have given up hope from eheer inability to see their opportunities. We are just' beginning to see £ few of the many sacrifices we must make for Victory and to experience some of the anguish of war but in early January the Bluebonnet Home Demonstration' club of east Acuff started a victory campaign to fill every empty Jar in Lubbock county with food. We are asking women of the county to save empty half pint and half gallon jars; to • plant a garden and fill these jars with food this summer and if this isn't practicable to sell or give them to some one that can use them to «onserve food. If ths women do not want to the jars we are asking that they address a card to either Mrs. Ida M. Harris, Slaton, "route 2 or J*Irs.~E. N. Baker, Lorenzo, route ..1, and. a club member will pick -.Wp the jars and see they are used. ": Our. slogan is "Every empty jar to Lubbock county filled with food." Yours for Victory, The Bluebonnet Home Demonstration club. D EAR BLUEBONNET CLUB: We think that you have set a sponse by audience, led by Mrs. Paul Laverty; report on rules and procedure, Mrs. Lewis Goodrich of Shamrock; district program, Mrs. T. V. Reeves, Canyon. 9:30 a. m., Presentation of State Board me_mbers and official guests; "General Federation convention," Miss 'Ethel Foster; 10 a. m., Report of District member of Board of Trustees, Mrs. O. B. Jackson. 10:15 a. m., Report of nominating committee, Mrs, A. M. Walker,- Spur; chairman; Mrs. W. C-. Davis, Memphis; Mrs. Ray Johnson, Summerfield; Nominations from the floor; Presentation of candidates; "A Bit of Business," Mrs. J. : W. Walker of Plainview, president of the Texas Federation of- Women's "clubs. 10:30 a. m., Dunbar High school chorus with Lillian Scruggs as director; Introduced by Mrs. Tillman Jones, chairman of Interracial relations. 10:40 a. m., Address by Mrs. Joseph Perkins, director to the General Federation; 11 a. m., Convention singing. Symposium To Bs Held 11:05 a. m., Symposium: "Safeguarding Democracy on the Home Front" with Mrs. William Dingus presiding. "Farm and Home Demonstration Service," Mrs. W. G. Kennedy of Muleshoe; "The Schools," Dr. W. B. Irviri, superintendent of Lubbock Public schools. "The Libraries," Mrs. J. A. Humphries,. librarian of the Lubbock County Library; "Boys and Girls Organizations," -Mrs. Guy L. Trow, principal of Dupre school; : 'Lunch Room Projects," Mrs. Peyton Reese; director of Plainview Picnic Social Held By School Class A bicycle party and picnic was held recently by the Future Homemakers of Junior High school 'during the first period class under supervision of Miss Mary Glen Bates, student teacher, and Mrs. J. C. Bateman, supervisory teacher. The class has been studying the selection, preparation and packing of food for school- lunches. The girls prepared the lunches during class and bicycled to Twenty- seventh street park after school. In the party were Mary Ann Caswell, Ruby Fate Crow, Daphne De Vore, Ouida Coins, Hazel Meredith, Mary Ruth Parks, Juanita Ross, Mary Frances Stephens, Johnny Belle Sumrow, Dorothy Teston, Marcine Wallace, Gwendolyn Woulard, Eva Putnam, Jeanetta Mae Lewis and Miss Roberta Johnson, a guest. MRS. WILLIAM G. DINGUS Symposium Director OES Friendship Night Is Held'In'Lorenzo Twenty-five members from the Lubbock chapter and four members from the Rails chapter were present for the annual friendship night program of the Order of the Eastern Star held Tuesday night Pythian Sister Temple, 7:30 p hall. Amfcits club, 'J p. m., Mri. Hays, 3315 6th St. Fntre Se Bridge club. 3:30 p. m., Mr». Evereit McKinney, 2!02 Main St. mi Needle club, 3:)5 p. m., Mrs. Merltt Clark, 2511 36th St. Red Cross First Aid course, 3 to S p. m., room 110 ot Senior High school; «pon- sored by P-T council; Miss Kathleen Ingram, instructor. Red Cross Home Nursinj course, sponsored by George R. Be»n P-TA; 1 to 3 p. m., school; Mri. C. L. Adams, Instructor. Red Cross Home Nuriin; course, ipon- sored by George R. Bean P-TA; 1:30 to 9:30 p. m., ichool; Mrs. Robrrt McBurney, Instructor. Red Cro« Home Nursing course, sponsored by George M. Hunt P-TA; 9 to 11 a. m., school; Mrs Don Reeder, instructor. Thursday Bridge ciuo, 3:30 p. m., Mri. J. D. McKhighl, 2513 33rd St., to sew for the Red Crojs. , Red Cross First Aid course, sponsored by George R. Bean P-TA; 3:15 to S:15 p. m., school; W. A. Hood, Instructor. OES Study club, 8 p. m., Mr«. C. R. DeArmond, 1710 6th St. Fint Baptist .Truth S«Vers class. 3 p. iu., ilrs. S. C. Kuj&endall, 240! EOth St. Lena Lsir Girl auxiliary. 3:30 Dorothy Sprawls, 2412 7th St. Soda! Planned By Child Study Club A social honoring husbands was planned for April 10 at 8 o'clock in the hume of Mrs. J. Ray Lee-at the Junior Sunshine Child Study club meeting Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lester Cooper, 2612 Twenty-first street, was hostess for the Wednesday meeting. "Children and Their Pets" and "Have You a Little Show Off" were topics for Mesdames Ralph Robinson and Donald Robertson. Members attending the meeting were Mesdames Earl Prosser, jr., Lee Cox, Max T. Davis, J. M. Baggett, Rudolph Peel. John Portwobd, Lee, Martin Graves. A. R. McGuire", jr., Wayne Martin, Arch Harper, and Hestors Havens. Easter Motif Feature For 1936 Club Meet An Easter motif was featured (it the 1936 Forty-Two club meeting Wednesday afternoon with. Mrs. R, R. Holmes, 2516 Twenty-second street. Individual angle food cake squares were decorated with miniature Easter rabbits and served with hot tea and sandwiches. . Mr;5. D. G. Barrow was a special guest. Members present were Mesdames John L. Vaughan, G. W. Foster, C. N. Kennon, E. P. Mrs. Nobel Sides' was a visitor. in Lorenzo. Mrs. Gladys Marks, worthy matron, presented Mrs. Rafe Nabors, grand representative from South Dakota. Mesdames Pearl Landmon, Nell O'Rear and Myrtle Hunter were initiated. Officers pro tem from Lubbock were Mesdames Earl Daniel, Pearl Metcalfe, Frank Barclay, Quincy Haney, John R. Hall, jr., John R. Potts and Mr. Daniel. From Rails were I. C. Byerly and Mesdames Jewel Dunn and Leona Anthony. Mrs. R. H. Edler Is Needle Club Hostess Mrs. R. H. Edler, 1909 Seven teenth street, was hostess for the Needle Club Bee Tuesday after noon. The club will meet Apri 14 at 3 p. in., with Mrs. Georg< Eubank, 2113 Twenty-third street Those present were Mesdame All-Day Meet Is Held By Needlecraft Club Mrs. A. L. Vaughn, 1912 Avenue K, was hostess with an all- day meeting for the Needlecraft club Wednesday afternoon. Members present were Mesdames W. C. Hacker, Ted Zachary 5. T. Burdett, Troy Phillips, Tayor Scott, and Lloyd Bentley. Mrs S. W. Fondren was a guest. Mrs. Bentley, 714 Avenue M, will be hostess for the club April 8 at 3 o'clock. Flowers Year Around Is Topic For Club Mrs. .'Bryan Edwards, a guesl speaker, told of "Flowers the Year Around" at the Madonna Child Study club meeting Wednesday afternoon in the home o Mrs. B. E. Adair, 2407 Twenty- becond street. Members attending were Mes dames Harvey Turnbough, B. B Williams, Harold Munn, Harolt Bergman, J. C. Clark, J. D. Me Phaul, C. W. Ratliff, B. W. Wray I, F. Evans, J. O. Kuykendall, E S. Waldrep and H. E. Sclby. Mary Ann Munu was a visitor. Norwood, T. A. HuHn, W, E. Waton, Florence .Sanderson, B. A/ vladdox, Peail Sampson and S. B, Hay. Mrs. Hay will be (;lub hostess 'ipril 8. . . ,'..'••' ; On "Certain Days" of the Month Do fun cUoual monthly disturbances make you nervous, restless, high strung/ cranky and blue-at suuh times? Then try famous Lyciia E. Fink- liam's Vegetable Compound. It's made especially for tiomcn to help relieve monthly cramps, backache and nervousness-due to this cause. And In such a sensible way! With nature's own beneficial roots and herbs. Ko harmful opiates. • Taken regularly—Pinkham's Compound helps build up reslst- anceagainstsuchsymptoms.Thou- sands upon thousands benefited 1 Follow label directions. , a , Bob Bowron, C. C. Chambers, N. J. AHen, Eubank, C. M. Hawes, Odell Hughett, Glenn Smith, W. D. Massie and M. M. Page. COLD$:P; TIGHT MISFRY ™(-^ j WICKS W VAPORUB FIGHT MISERY where you feel it—rub throat, chest and back with time-tested IT'S A HIT! JIG TIME-BASESALL The new table game. Get years now. Send i!5c coin or defense' *larap or call— TED VERNON P. O. BOX in MRS. GEORGE S. BERRY President, City Federation high goal for a .worthy project and believe you will get full cooperation from Lubbock county •women. Proper foods tend to build a person who is healthy, .energetic and courageous and-if we are to win this fight for free• dom we must be people endowed with those factors. We think you have gone a "long .way toward helping in this emergency. . A BE CAUTIOUS TRIP to the clothes closet will likely find you almost cherishing a garment you hitherto referred to as "that old thing." Since you won't know where your next wool is 'coming from, it might be a good idea to go through your closet and dig out the all •wools you'll almost certainly find .lurking there. By next year they may be among your- most cherished possessions. Add your husband's, wool and worsted suits, too, the trousers cuffs alone make them worth it. After March 30, there ;w6ii't be a new wool cuff made. Project; Discussion from the floor and singing led by Mrs. Laverty. Following a report from the Credentials committee of which Mrs. J. M. Grain of Amarillo is chairman, the morning session will be adjourned. The all-district dinner will be held tonight at 6:30 o'clock in Tech Women's Dormitory No. 2. Miss Sara Buchanan of .the Women's bureau, Washington, D. C., is to be main. speaker. Her lecture will be on "Laws and Women." In addition to Miss Buchanan's lecture, Mrs. Laverty will lead group singing and a string trio composed of Virginia Belle Gamble, cello; Monda Hamilton, piano and Douglas Hardy, violin, will play. Mrs. Mary W. Doak, dean of women at Texas Technological college will offer invocation. Mrs. Buckner, chairman of ths election committee, announced that the polls will be open this afternoon between 1:30 and 5:30 o'clock and after that time no one will be permitted to vote. Noah Circle Of Guild To Sew For Red Cross The Noah circle of the Wesleyan Service Guild will meet Friday night at 7:30 o'clock with Miss Maud Dee Skeen. 2319 Thirteenth street, for Red Cross sewing. Loco! Women Make Trip Into South Miss Delia Wilkinson, and Mesdames W. O. Stevens, C. L. Svensen and W. W. Rix were expected to arrive in Lubbock late Wednesday evening after a two-weeks trip in the deep South. Stops have been made in Houston, New Orleans, La., Shreveport, La., Mobile, Ala., Biloxi, Miss., Natchez, Miss.. Dallas, and Pensacola, Fla. While in Dallas they attended the "Gardens of America" flower show being held there. 1803 Broadway Phone 9521 FOR WINDOW SILL "JUTUNG beans are an example of •"-•• nutritious vegetables;—iwhich may be grown in space as'Email as a window sill—and without soil. Two handfuls of mung beans are spread in a shallow; tray and are sprinkled occasionally with water at 70 degrees fahrenheit until sprouts develop. Within 72 hours the beans produce sprouts 2M inches long and high in Vitamin C. Chinese grow the sprouts for chow mein. * * * PLANT EXCHANGE mHE WOMAN'S ANGLE seems •*• to be carrying on a one wom- ' au's exchange of plants and shrubs. Mrs. J. M. Willson, who offered a few canna bulbs, telephoned us people flocked to her home in droves Wednesday for the cannas, especially those who have new homes and are landscaping a yard for 1he first year and are tickled to have contributions of plants that will grew here successfully. If you have seeds, plants, grass. trees or what have you you would like to give to some one rather, . than throw away or fail to trans-' : plant won't you give us a ring? We'll be glad to help you-get rid of your greenery. Lena Lair Auxiliary WilLMeet Today The Lena Lair, Girls auxiliary will meet this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Dorothy Sprawls, 2412 Seventh street. HARD WATER! Buy A Defense Bond TODAYS N©W under-arm Cream Deodorant 'safely Stops Perspiration MSH'WO MOR£ DISH-WASHERS! SWAN FLOATING'SOAP GIVES yOU QUICK SUDS BABy-GENTLE'SUDfcEVEW'fW HARD WATER! BABIES !y£S M, IMPORTED CASTILES PURER SOAP RETURN TO MEXICO CITY Mr. and Mrs, Claude Gray have re'iumed to their home in Mexico City after a visit with Mrs. Gray's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Pendleton, 1713 Thirteenth street. Miss Jimrriie Pendleton returned to Mexico CiSy wilh them for e visit. 1. Does not roc dresses or men's shirts. Docs not trriu te skin. 2. No waiting to dry. On be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. *. A pare, white, greaseless, stainless vanishing creira. 5. Artid has been awarded the ApprovaiScalofthe America Institute of Laundering for being harmless to fabrics. Airtd it the LARGEST SELLING . DEODORANT. Try a jar tod»-»! ARKID At all >lore» filling leilel goods |tr («l«o Tn lOe «•! 59t j«r»)- MAW,Q MAN! HERES My IPEA OF A BATH! PLENTY OF GOOG RICH, LASTING LATHER! SWAM-DERFUL LOOK/M TWINS! USE HALF FOR KITCHEN, HALF FOR 6ATH! SWAP'S THRIFTY ALL OVER THE HOUSE! Tuesday, 6:30 C.W.T. SWAN its 8 ways better than 6!d-st floating soap MADS «Y UVUt Bn COMPJLMT, ftr* 100% WOOL SUITS New Shipment Just Unpacked Look your prettiest for Easter in one of these fine tailored 100 % wool suits. This shipment of blacks just received from one of California's leading tailors. Wear them now and Fall and Winter. Early shopping advised as these are irreplacabla at this price. Size 12'sto20's 39 95 Others 16.95 to 64.95 Jacket Dresses Jacket Dresses of rayon crepe prints and solids with solid color jackets. Gold, blue, aqua, rose and luggage colors. Sizes 12's to 2CTs Special a ro s Perfect Fitting SLIPS Special three day selling of these beautiful Laros perfect fitted Slips In tea rose, black, white, tailored or lacy trimmed styles. • Satins or crepes. "Deck Mates" A New Slipover SWEATER Wear these with suits, separate skirts or slacks, right on thru summer. Colors are natural and all pastels. Beautifully knitted ot rayon lisle. LU350(IK'S STYLE ttnTER FOR Dial 9061

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