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FOURJi-THE MORNING AVALANCHE ^*n^~~T-—- / Texas,/ Friday; March 27, ,1942 T HE SEVENTH district conven- ,-tion will go down in history ;>s a meeting that adhered to the .,- program; both as to subject matter and time allotment. Mrs. T. V. Reeves of Canyon, 1 district program chairman and one of the.' most efficient women we ever hope to meet, has a little time box. It flashes a warning at i) minutes, 2 minutes, 1 minute 1' and T. U. (.time's up.) Presiding officer Mrs. H. F. Go• deke's husband is an engineer and one of his students at Tech college made the bo.v. Mrs. Godeke and Mrs. Reives were determined that the convention was not going to lag and it was no small matter to crowd material for a 2 and ^i day convention into a stream-lined 1 and ?i day matter. « * * CHALLENGING IDEA VX7E LIKED what Mrs. W. B. '' Irvin, acting chairman of education, said in making her report before the convention body Thursday afternoon and asked her for her closing remarks. Here they are: "Reports are valueless save as they challenge to greater achievement. The past is gone; the present is extremely uncertain. The follies of two World wars is not to be attributed to thoughtless youngsters but to full "grown adults. "Adult education, while costly, will not cost one-tenth as much as our adult ignorance is now actually costing us every year. On.lv better education of- adults will save civilization from complete collapse. We all want to do all we can for democracv's victorv " * * » rpHOSE corsages of defense J- stamps that Mrs. H. F. Godeke, Mrs. J. W. Walker, Mrs. J. M. Perkins and Mrs. Jud Collier were wearing Thursday were Mrs. Collier's idea. As state chairman of legislation and chairman of the sale of defense stamps and bonds, the energetic Mumford woman originated the idea to supplant the expensive corsages that ^usually mark such gatherings. JDon't -ever get the idea that organizing a convention program is easy. Mrs. Reeves says it is worse than, making over last year's suit in to this year's dress. '" :! Pretty Mrs. J. W. Walker says she has no use for maudlin senti- mentaliay but she idoes feel that she can let down her hair and really be her self in this her own district. She has two more conventions to attend before turning her complete time and energy to the convention of the General Federation to be held in Fort Worth April 26-May 2. - r m * "* rriHERE'S a Latin-American dis- -*- play off of the art exhibit room at the First Methodist church, convention, headquarters, that is sponsored by the Lubbock Woman's club. Mrs. A. H. Douglas was chairman, assisted by Mrs Web Cammack. here are a number of interesting articles from Juarez and Mexico City. Mrs. Chester A. Hubbard wanted; to call the painting-of her son, Burl, which won first place in the art contest, "Seventeen." Her son protested with "Aw shucks, -why call it -(hat; call it Hub!" '"Hub" is his nickname. Women of the seventh district (assisted no doubt by the assistance of their husbands) have bought, nearly >i million dollars worth of defense bonds, Mrs. W. B. Price, legislation chairman for the district, announced in giving h-ir report Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Walker says her husband is one of the best "club women" she knows. He can look through her mail, assorting the important from that which appears not quite so important. For instance he forwarded a letter from Governor Steve/ison's office the very day it arrived. * » * NEED SONG BOOKS rvNE HUNDRED copies of "The ^ Golden Book of Favorite Songs" are needed at the Lubbock Army Flying school, according to word from the chaplain's office. The books are unavailable in Lubbock stores at present and ordering being what it is now-a- days no one can be sure how soon they can be obtained. If you have some copies of the books won't you take them by Dr. Bessie League's home at 2621 Twentieth street? Dr. League will see that the sons books get to the base. * * • MORE FLOWERS TF YOU'LL go by Mrs. J. G. - 1 - Keaster's home, 1912 Ei"hi- eenth street, today she will give you violet plants. Mrs. R. \V. Walker, 1313 Avenue M, has bulbs of large flowering red cannas she wants to give to some one rather than throw them awav. T OTHEH. EXHIBIT IHE ART and antique exhibit on display at the First Methodist church parlor tops anything we have seen at a similar meeting. Included in the display and owners are the folowing: A" silver ejection, Mrs. G. P. Kuykendall- after dinner coffee cups, Mrs John Powers; silver set, Mrs. J.E" Vickers; antique bowl, Mrs. J C A ti enoworth; copper luster cooky Stef a f H £- Vl< M - S - T ' R ' Prid <*ux^ Staffordshire pieces, Mrs. C S Mast; antique silver pieces, Mrs! Chester A Hubbard; silver collection, Mrs. L. S. Mast; bisque figures, Mrs. J. H. Beasley; antiques h ingham; collec- I« Dolls, Mrs. ifgs: amethyst punch burn-r, CUPS '^ Irs ' J°W CoT- burn peony pattern in Wedse- wood china, Mrs. F. A Kleinschmidt; statuary and- cream and lh S ff- frf"' £*• Pa "! Newman; Sheffield coifee and tea services Mrs. Barney Cockburn; Royal iron stone china in lea leaf. Mrs Vernon Brown. Bowls or vases of flowers sometime leave white stains and rines on polished furniture. To remove them rub quickly with alcohol applied on a soft cloth, wipe dry with another clean soft cloth and then apply a. good furniture polish on a cloth to restore the finish. Others 2.49 to 4.99 Moyleland designed styles famoui for their expensive look. An unmatchnblo high ilyl* selection to ptrt you en the prettiest Eajfsr footing ever. Newest materials . . . newest colors. Select, your, "style.of -th«stars"here . ..NOW! 913 Broadway Patronesses Walter Clark Home Scene For Social Honoring members and pledges of the D. F. D. social club of Texas Technological college, tho patronesses of that 'Mganization entertained with a blackout dinner Wednesday night in the clubroom at the home of Mrs. Walter Clark, 2711 Twenty-first street. Patronesses staged a burlesque style show, and the pledges took part on the evening's program. Later the group attended the style show at Christie's, 1803 Bi-oadway, which was sponsored by the Tech Women's Inter-Club council. Patronesses attending the party were Mesdames T. C. Ingram, George Soash, A. C. Jack.ion, J. Hny Dickey, W. E. Humphries, Paul Hardwick, T. C. Root, Robert Bean, J. D. Leftwich, W. L. MeRee, Luther Godwin, C. B. Cook, R. P. Fuller, Aetna Christie, W. L. Morrison, Charles Whitacre, Rem Thomson, O. L. Byrd, John B. Powers and Jack Stone. Misses Ruth Ford, Margaret Baskin, Esther Sorenson and Bonnie K. Dysart. DFD Members DFD members present were Marie Barnard, Billye Blackburn, Dorothy Burton, Frances Collier, Annie Lee Cone, Billie Jo Dodson, Penny Geyer. Garnetle Heggen, Martha Herring, Willouise Humphries, Sarabeth Kimmel, Dorothy McCarter, Martha Price, Betty Shryock. G tennis Waltz, Melba Bankston, Jo Ella Baumgart, Elizabeth Bele\v, Mary. Frances Bledsoe, Betty Diltz, Barbara Hale, Mona George Hamil, Dorothy Miskimins, Jane Rogers, Pattv Thornton and Jackie Wilkison. Inactive members present were Marjoray Ridley, Jo Bess Goodloe, Jeanette Bynurn, Betty Jo Wagner, Marin Coffman, Dorris Vallance and Mrs. Lewis Ellis, jr. Pledges attending were Margie Leftwich, Harriett Price, Louise Burrus, Dorothy Montgomery, Martha Lou Kestler, Marie Dunham, Maxine Craddock, Mary Jean Kell and Louise Hardin. Major McCollom Is Speaker To Club Speaking on "Keeping Fit for War," Major W. W. McCollom, chairman of the local aviation cadet flying board, addressed members of the Lubbock Business and Professional Women's club at a meeting held Wednesday night at the Hilton hotel. Miss Maud Dee Skeen was program chairman. Mrs. Floe Swenson led the club collect and Mrs. W. W. Morris sang "God Bless America." Forty-two members were present. Guests were Major Joseph R. Peller and Miss Carrie Belle Turner, 'a former member now engaged in defense work and living in New Orleans. McGarty-White Rites Are Announced Here Announcement is being made o! the marriage of Mrs. Theresa White and Albert McCarty which took place Jan. 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Eaton in Guthrie. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. J. M. Everheart of 1508 Avenue W. Mr. McCarty left Wednesday night for Dallas to report to the naval office for war service. Mrs. McCarty will continue to make-her residence here. Q?ol ,4343 For Thfl Avafemehe-Jaurnaf Offfctt^s K P, __ "~~—;~~ ! — —--—==r-~ .~=T- -,-=v FD Club Entertain With Backout Dinner- Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! fTo Relieve distress from MONTHLYN FEMALE WEAKNESS Try Lydto. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to help relieve monthly pain with its weak, nervous feellncs —duo to montlily iuactional dli- turbances. It helps build up resistance against such distress of "dlS- cult days." Follow label directions. TO PRESIDE — Mrs. F. A. Kleinschmidt, pictured above, will be toastmaster for the Victory luncheon of the seventh district, Texas Federation of Women's clubs, to be held todav at 12:30 o'c'ock at Hotel. Lubbock. DISTRICT SECRETARY — One of the'busiest delegates to the seventh district, Texas Federation . of Women's clubs convention being held in Lubbock is Mrs. Emmett Kerr of this city who is secretary for the seventh district. PARLIAMENTARIAN — Mrs. A. T. Biggers is parliamentarian of the seventh district Texas Federation of Women's clubs, and will appear on the morning program of the convention. She is president of the County Federation and Lubbock county chairman of the Cancer Control membership drive to be conducted in April. Mae Nell Merrell Wed To Lieut. Johnson The marriage of Miss Mae Nell Merrell of Ruidsoso, N. M., and Lieut. Philip Johnson of Lubbock took place March 14 in Clovis, N. M. Rev. W. G. Bailey, Methodist minister, officiated. A previous story gave the bride s name as Mary. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! 9* a Cotter! Whether you like sheer fussiness or smart simplicity, \ve have the type of clothes you'll want for that Easier outfit. 6 A silk dress with molded waist that' flatters modern figures. Jabot or collar from_ $16.95 3old pastel plaSd suit which combines the new with tl->s classic. Priced from $17.95 V VOGUE Broadway at Ave. J t . Buy Your Defense Stamps Here Dial 6001 TODAY! Larry Doyle Will Be Director For Revue Larry Doyle, nationally known director, arrived in Lubbock Wednesday night to direct "Helz-Dun- Popped," musical revue to be presented by the Lubbock Junior Welfare League, April 17. Pro- reeds from the show will be used to maintain the Lubbock Well Baby Clinic, according to Mrs. Elliot', Taylor, general chairman of the show. Doyle, a member of the Jerome H. Cargill organization of New York City, came directly from -Co- KiiTibus, Ga., where he directed a similar performance. He has had wide experience in profeisiiona! -,how business. After studying at Columbia university, he was connected with the Yiddish Art theater, then played the role of Murphy, a newspaperman, in Jed Harris' "Front Page," as well as understudying the star, Lee Tracy. Road Show After thirty weeks at Times Square theater, a company was sent on the road, and Doyle directed and staged the show in Cleveland, Detroit and San Francisco. In Detroit, Pat O'Brien joined the show, beginning his rise to Hollywood success. Since joining the Cargill company, Doyle has successfully directed Junior League shows in Oklahoma City, Jacksonville, Tulsa, Ashville, Butte, Wichita, Dallas and Poi-tlapd. His direction of "Helz-Dun-Popped" here is said to assure a professional production as well as the added attraction of a local cast. .' After the premiere performance at the high school auditorium on Friday night; April 17, "Helz-Dun- Poppcd" will be presented a second time for the entertainment of the enlisted men at the Lubbock Army Flying school. All enlisted men will be admitted free of charge. Try-outs and rehearsals began Thursday afternoon at 1112 Broadway. Miss Etoile McLeod, talent chairman, urged that anyone interested in a part in the show notify her. Truth Seekers Class Has Installation For an installation of officers', members of the First Baptist Truth Seekers class met with Mrs. E. C. Kuykendall, 2408 Twentieth street, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Waite presided for the service. The following were installed: president, Mrs. J. A. Corely: first vice president, Mrs. John G. Clark; second vice president, Mrs. Ray Allen; third vice president Mrs. H. V. Moreland; fourth vice president, Mrs/ J. C. Weightman; secretary, Mrs. I. S. Sutler; assistant, Mrs. H. B. Morris: reporter, Mrs. Loyd Brown and song director, Mrs. Glenn Williams. Mrs. W. G. Williams told the story of the "Death of Christ." Refreshments were served to Mesdames I. L. Sprawles, Conely, H. B. Hankins, Moreland, H. G. Guess, Brown, H. L. Burgess Sutter, Hal Nelson, Allen, Waite, Henry Gordon, H. C. Morris H. F. Maner, J. D. Jones, Williams and J. E. Ward. Party Is Courtesy To Dora Denevee Turner Mrs. Cecil Turner, 1912 Texas avenue, entertained Wednesday afternoon at her home to honor her daughter, Dora Denevee Turner on her fourth birthday. Mrs. -Turner was assisted by Mrs. J. H Millikin. Games were played, records were enjoyed arid pictures were taken. Easter eggs and candy rabbits were favors. Guests were Jimmie Cordell, Ronale Dale Barton, Ronnie Bill and Gradie Ray Davis, Kav and Ava Nell Bailey, Barbara Ruth Dunn, Joyce Laverne Zeh, Patricia Knight, Sandra Lee Dye, Margaret Ann and Marthn Ruth White, Peggy Owens and Ann Millikin. Mrs. R. !. Tubbs Is Hostess For Club As a courtesy to the 1916 NeedJe club, Mrs. R. I. Tubbs entertained in the horne of her sister, Mrs. J'oe Baldridge, 2105 Seventeenth street, Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mesdames W. E. Lyle, E. B. Green, James H. Kimmel, J. M. Gordon, W. H. Edgett, R. T. Coffee, Tom Arnett, Willie Brown, E. L. Banks, J. A. Press- MRS. C. S. MAST Art Contest Winners Announced .Thursday Winners in the art contest conducted as a feature of the seventh district, Texas Federation of Women's clubs, were announced Thursday afternoon by Mrs. J. C. Allensworth, district chairman. Mrs. Chester A. Hubbard won first place with an oil painting of her son, Burl, and Mrs. Cecil Foster of Sudan was second with an oil painting. "Sand Dunes." Mrs. Hubbard won first place in the contest last year. Honorable mention went to Mrs. C. S. Mast for "View from the top of Mon Jeau"; Mrs. Avery Fix. landscape; Mrs. W. T. Milam, "Jimson"; Mrs. Raymond Harrah, "Portrait"; Mrs. Alfred Holton, landscape; Mrs. T. R. Prideaux, landscape; Mrs. W. D. Girand, "Magnolia" and Mrs. Louise McCue, landscape. Judges were R. I. Lockard of the Tech faculty and Miss Isabelle. Robinson of West Texas State Teachers college. Canyon. Mrs. Mast was local chairman and Mrs. Fix, co-chairman. The paintings will remain on exhibit throughout the morning and early afternoon. •'Child Welfare" Is Theme For Program IDALOU, March 26 (Speial) — Mrs. R. L. Adamson was hostess to the Idalou Civic and Culture club -Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. N. G. Kelley directing a program on "Child Welfare." Mrs. N. B. Wilkerson discussed ' : The Child in His Community" and Mrs. J. M. Marks gave "State Official Agencies Working in the Interest of Child Health." After the program, refreshments were served to Mesdames E W. Beckne!!, H. s M. Lowe, J. A. Koger, jr. Wilkerson, Marks, W. J. Grimes, Don ' Spence, Bud Foreman, T. L. Holt, L. E. Countess, Kelley. J. T. Carlton and J. A. Koger, sr. Dr, Irvin Speaks To Central Ward P-TA A program on "Safety" was presented at the regular meeting of the Central Ward Parent- Teacher association Thursday afternoon at the school by children of the second grade. Misses Betty McCowan and Martha Mathis directed the program. Dr. W. B. Irvin, superintendent o£ Lubbock Public schools used as a topic of discussion, 'Building Safety Mindedness—A Community Enterprise." He urged that parents stress safety in every way as a means to aid the .children in these days bE strain and danger. A business meeting followed the program. Mrs. Ted Vernon was chosen a delegate to the district Parent-Teacher association convention to be held April 15-17 in Anson. The second delegate will be appointed by the president, Mrs. A. W. Young. Fifty-two members attended. Benefit Party To Be Sponsored By P-TA ' Tonight at 8:30 o'clock a benefit forty-two party will be sponsored by ' the Cooper Parent- Teacher association at the school Everyone in the community is invited to attend. Members ot- the sponsor Society are asked to bring card tables and dominoes. • ley, R. S. Rodgerr and a former member, Mrs. R. V. Kimmel. f rivate „ nion they're » RITZ CRACKERS • Youll find the tame superb quality and freshness tnnt make Ritz Crackers so jntisfy- ifiR in over 500 varieties of biscuit carrying the red Ktbisco »eal. Look for it on every package of crackers and cookies you buy! BAKED 3Y HA3ISCO - MT!OKAL BISC3n CQMPAHY Gunther's Book To Be Reviewed Today This afternoon at .3:15 o'clock iary Mathis, principal of the George R. Bean sr-hool, will review "Inside Latin America" 'John Gunther) at the Asbury Methodist Fellowship hall. The review is being sponsored by the Asbury Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service. The meeting time was changed from 3 o'clock to 3:15 o'clock to enable school faculty member,-; to attend the review. The <X.iity Bond circle of the society will be in charge of a so^al hour following the review. Admittance will be with single tickets sold at the door for 35 cents. Other admittance will be with season tickest. Mr. Mathis is principal of the George R. Bean school. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY) CLOGS UP TONIGHT Piit 3-purpose Va-trp-nol up each nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes Irritation, (3) relieves transient nasal /congestion . . . and brings greater breathing comfort. Follow the complete VA-7RO NOL Simple - Scientific " Terrmc! Play faff leafue g:iroe$ at home with the new bCHt>ation— Jl« TIME BASEBALL D inninjs in 20 minutes. G your*, before season opens Send S5c coin or Defe Stamp. TEI) YEKNOX I*. O. 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