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March 31, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

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AYALANCtfr Tuesday/ March''3T> •*;*'/^ M " 1 * '.'i"- • ^"r^f^wff/Vi^!^^ "As -soft - and - smooth as a CALF'S NOSE , . . + + + fine CALFSKIN bags NJ c t h i ng >s smarter than a real fine better calfskin bag . . . especially when "H : s in such o t t r a ctivt designs os those in our new Easter collection . . . you love to Just fee! of them, to look at them "and others will, too" . . . there's one here for you and your Eoster costume ., Prices from. . . 1.98 to 4.98 ^ Black Brown • Navy • Larfybug Red • Parsley Green Buttery Beige • Turf Tan • Nutshell CLOVES Calfskin And you never feel more dress ed-up than when you are wearing o pair of fine calfskin gloves that are soft and smooth and comfortable . . . colors to match your bag in many attractive styles.... prices from 1.98 to 3.47 featuring " for EASTER V- 1.35 I pair * \ x % 'V. „»> or 3 thread This bcauiifui hosiefy of fine sheer 1 g 3U g G crepe chiffon vntii BerrbGrg foot end top. . . fuli fo;hioi-icd stockings ... in 2 thread fcr dress, and 3 thread for work or school.. . Give several poirs for Easter Sift*. , Today Services are io be conducted at 11 o'clock this morning at Rix Funeral home chapel for Willian? Richard Waghcrne, 60. former head of the music department at Tc^.as Technological college, with Rev. Rodney Gibson, jr., uastor of the First Pi-esbyterJari church at San Angelo, officiating. Mr. Waghorne died of a brain tumor at B:1S o'clock Monday morning at the home of. a son, Arthur Waghorne, st Tuco. He was stricken ill iast summer and had-been at the home of his son since September. The body will be sent to Albuquerque, N. M., for cremation. Rix Funeral home is directing arrangements. Mr. Waghorne came to Texas Tech upon its opening in 1925 and served as head ot the music department until 1934. ' After leaving the college, he taught private music classes in Snn Angelo until 1S3S), then went to Houston to be employed by ihe city department of recreation. He had worked in that department about five years before coming to Texas Tech. He was in Houston until July of 1941. Born In Scoiland Mr. Waghorne was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Nov. 13, 1831, and was educated at St Mary's cathedral and the University of Edinburgh there. He came to the United States in 190G. He is survived by his wife; two Greiner Is Promoted To' Master Sergedht ;fohn Edward Greiner of Altoo- ria, Pa., has been promole/1 to master, sergeant, highest non-commissioned Army rank,.at the Lubbock Army Flying school, according to Col. Thomas L. Gilbert commanding officer. Sgt. Greiner a graduate of St. Mary's school in Altoona, is a member of the Headquarter and Headquarters Squadron of the ?>3rd Aiv Base Group at the Lubbock field, whcr.e he is Post Sergeant Major. In the Air Corps since 1029, Sgt. Greiner was transferred last August 23 from Brooks field, near San Antonio. , . Sgt. Greiner's wife is the former Kuth Vh-ginia Durham of Chicago, 111. They have one daughter, .16-year-old Lois Juanila, who )S attending school in Chicago at the present time. sorrs, Arthur C., employed by the Texas-New Mexico Utilities company; Max, who is employed on tha display advertising staff of the San Angelo Standard-Times, and three grandchildren, Sally and Jeanan, children of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waghorne, and Richard Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Waghorne. Was A Composer Mr. Waghorne was composer of approximately 200 solos and or- As An^Expert'Sees. It-— ;; - ; .//' "* . • '.'''ll "' '!' chestral arrangements thems. and an- During the first World war he was employed in YMCA rec.o..-> tional work. He became an associate in the American Guild of Organists in 1914 and a fellow in that guild the following year, By K1RKE L. SIMPSON Wide Wo:rUJ War Analyst The day when an Allied coun-i Some subfVdence in tho U-boat tcr-mvaaon is launched oh the ravages on this side of the Atlnn- tic .will be certain to follow in due course if that base has been crippled. A synchronizing Berlin announcement of a sea-air battle in the Arctic on Russia's vital Mur- mansk - Archangel supply illustrates another effect of European continent-may be far distant, but the baUle - of the Atlantic s s being •'•carried to the enemy -at a rising tempo. That is the meaning of the b5ow at St. Nazaire—the boldest and most brilliantly executed British commando raidI j t'ranTAtTanTic^'u-boar ope'aUon^ to date. London however. Unless thev - - • describes it as -•'•—'---> -•• •• ' purely a -tactical _,. ~-.-^,.,^, 1.HV.J *_aii vc checked at the source by such bold aggressive measures as the . • • -•-"•-"' «uiv* ag,j'"ssive measures as trie ^rV.'l^ St. Nazaire raid, withdrawal to j f - • *. I --i—«-* w j.uivt \> 11.1 mi clwal IO \eiy a e Unite coastal convoy work of American strategic Eigmli- and British warcraft now on pro" tccttve duty on the Russian supply 1-/M ifrt «• .m i f -* 1 __ *.* *_ cance, however, in more than one way. Because oJ its docks, shops and tidal locks and its .distance from Royal air force KIRKE SIMPSON" b ^ s - in .. E »giand . tish raids can be traced to the conclusion both in London and Washington that most of the long- range German or Italian submarines haunting the western Atlantic were based there. Proof Upcoming The proof of that will not he long delayed if it 'is true, and u the British force wds as • successful as indicated at St. Nazaire Young Lady, in clever fashions such cs these, how can you help being the star of the Easter Parade ...In our Teen age assortment of Easter f-'rocks 10 to 14) we-show darling tie-stlks, shantungs, alpacas, spuntones, dotted Swisses, printed wash silks and others. . .in .all the gay Easter colors. Prices from 4 . 98 Jo 5 95 /?! 0) EDWARDS SLIPPER Black patent or white elk ... -8Vi to 12, pr.. 4.00 • 12V£ to 3, pr. .4.50 (2) !>•'! EDWARDS SLIPPER Black patent or white 8V£ to 12, pr.. 4.50 12Vi to 3, pr. .-5.00 13} EDWARD OXFORD White elk oxford OR ton elk.. . 6Vi to 8, pr.. .3.25 Sii to 12, pr. 3.75 12 ! .i to 3, pr. .4.50 EDWARDS SADDLE OXFORD Com bination brown end white. Size 8-i *o .12, pr 4.SO 12l-j to 3 5.00 Easter Bonnets An unusually large and complete AND colorful collection of Easter Bonnets for the young Miss . . . Including all the important styles. . . select yours today . . . prices from . . . . '1.00 to 2.93 BOYS' MATS 1.95 in smart styles far Easter. . . oil colors. BOYS' CAPS.. 1.00 to 1.50 in eator.v berets, full top visor CODS, boys' army and O'seas caps. BOYS' EASTER TIES...50c ****•+ xTr.—'-.-*•! "\ *s^ BOYS' EASTER SHIRTS . in oil the regular styles .. .and especially featuring the open collar, short sleeve styles for the Easter Parade ... in whites arid colors. . -by Koynee .. . prices from 7.00 to '.75 HOYS' SOCKS A new Easier;hipment of colorful string weave style;.., tha kind the boys like...end the kind that the mothers like, too ...for they wear especially well. . .priced.. . 35c, 3 pair for l.CO 39c, 3 pair for ,..1.10 —bt. Nazaire is or was an im- ( portant cog- in the German war' pattern ,;"n the Atlantic. The Bri- i-oute would be necessary. And the importance of keeping that flow to Russia going and increasing it has been recently emphasised by every high ranking United Nations spokesman, ' including President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill. On His Mind t. — __. «.,W-W»».M) *juv~iic: wjuiu. lose it there. Furnishing Russia the means to deal finally with his armies, even now attempting to regain the initiative, holds-out the greatest hope-not only of ultimate Allied victory but of shortening the war. For that reason the St Nazaire raid and similar stabbing attacks apt to follow it have more tnan tactical significance. There was an implication in Chuchill's address to Conservative party leaders in London last week that new measures to deal 'with the Nazi submarii-^ menace in the Atlantic were in process. He said that the. present reversal of the battle trend there agninst the Alhs would be only temporary. The St. Nazaire raid follower! so quickly that he must have had it in mind as he spoke. Widow Proud Of Her Late Husband Hero NOIttlANGEE, Tex.. March 30. (/Pi—Oscar G. Chappeii burned to death' on a blazing »iiip ot give his mates a chance to escape. Yesterday his widow, who lives near here with' a 6-year-old daughter, said: "If he had tc die, I'm so glad he did St saving the lives of some of his shipmates. I am so proud of him." • Chappell's ship was aflame in a sea o£ blazing oil-' after an Axis submarine torpedoed it off the Atlantic coast Thursday. lie burned at the helm while keeping the vessel headed into the wind to give his mates a chance. Surviving crwmen told of his heroism at Norfolk, Va. GOOD USED FURNITURE VALUES-- LIVING ROOM SUITS We have 4 good used suits on display, they are pricad Io f 1 -$24.50* $49.50 COOK STOVES Goad gas stoves, we have 6 in stock, Pricad at — ^17 Cft ^*5C JCA V*fetjWlo i^A^tjU USED BREAKFAST ROOM SUITS . our suits in sloe 1 -- — $8.50 10 $15.00 ICE BOX Like New. All metal. Cream and Green Enamel, A S65.00 Value We Buy Used Furniture HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE CO. 1212 Ave. H CAN YOU TELL?- Is ihc horse on iop of the block or on the bottom of ihe block? Don't let your eyes fool you. ea if you can count the number of blocks. JIow count them again. Good eyasighl If. necessary io good health. Hare j-our eyes examined so that you can enjoy life to ihe fullest! ismson Rnn CRUUV DFFlEtS IN BflUOMV HMD£8SD)| BROS JiW5if 8S i 4'l^^li3Stt^i^ Boys* Sport Coat In all wool flannels.'iweeds ot col- ion fabrics. New shades of Ian, >' brown and blue. Sizes 2 to 20 years. Priced from— - Downstairs Slore Boys' Slacks Popular shades of tan, blue. Brown and green, all self belted models in solids or fancies, spun rayons, gabardine and cotton suitings. Sizes 4 to 20 years. • .' • ' Boys' Slack SUITS Every boy will want one of these handsome' suits to woar with his sport coat Easier. Every color and fabric. Sizes 1 Io 18 years. Downstairs Store Tom Sawyer Sport Shirts New shades, new fabrics that will blend or contrast with every pair of slacks:or Spcrt Coais. Sizes 4-to 18 years. Downstairs Store Girls' PS ri PC c* IT* DRESSES For an Easter Dress that is different, visit Stephens, where you will have hundreds to select from, in sheers, spun rayons, taffetas, crepes and washable fabrics. Sizes' 3 mos. to 14 years. Downstairs Store Downstairs Slore Easter »onnets Here you-will finrl just the light hat Io complete i h a t ensemble. Felts, Milams, Cocoanut Slrawi and Dutch Bonnets. Downstairs Store SPRING COATS All wool iweedi, flannels, plaidt and solids in loose and fitted styles. Sizes 1 to 14 years. LITTLE GIRLS' PIQUE COATS DOWNSTAIRS STORE $2.98 YOUR^DEPARTMENT STORE Cfofhes For 'All Ages, Under 12 In Our Downstairs Store 903 Broadway

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