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PAGE FOUR— THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texasj Wednesday, April 1/J942 Ola!n4343 for The Avo(oneti«-Journol Offict» By Margaret Turner I N nearly all parts of tlie earth there exists a day which cor- rasponds to : our April Fool's day. It is a day consecrated to the playinp, "-of practical jokes on friends and neighbors, ?ending them r-n fools' errands and tricking them into doing ludicrous things'." The origin of this day of practical joking is much disputed. This rhyme, found in "Poor Robin's Almanac" for 17CO, is as (rue today as it was then: The first of April, some do say Is set apart for All Fools' day; But why the people call it so Nor 1, nor they themselves, do know. * * * rpHERE is a popular French •*- story concerning the 1st of April. It concerns Francis, Duke of Lorraine, and his wife. They . escaped from captivity at Nantes one April 1, dressed as peasants. The;' -tarted off boldly, but someone',, tected the disguise and ran aheat* <o warn the sentries. As it was the 1st of April the sentries merely laughed and cried si their informant, "Polsson d' avril!" and the pretended peasant escaped. » » * CHINESE ELMS M RS. Clyde Burleson, 2207 Seventh street, has 2 dozen Chinese elms she wants to give . away. N' HOLLYWOOD EASTER O one will be getting up in the wee small hours in Hollywood Sunday to attend the far-famed Sunrise Service because the Army has ruled out large audiences. The radio will fill in with the usual service. However the actresses are planning wardrobes because war and high water couldn't cut the importance of that. But it is said this will be a less pretentious and less gaudy year. . As with Miss Average America so will it be with the movie stars No one-shot costumes to be worn Easter day alone for one appear" snce and forgotten. The Easter garb of 1942 is just part of, the spring wardrobe and bought with an eye to practicality and Ion wear. * * * •'ij-vi 1 . AYRES, OBJECTOR ' /7VF the sincerity of Lew Ayres in '• .Vcj refusing to take up arms for .':nis country and preferring to r spend the duration in a camp fo: .-•jrefigious objectors we have m '\dpubt. If you read his siatemen "•: in ^Tuesday papers you noted tha ''ihe decision shows thought. • '..^However, we prefer the philo sophy offered by Bishop Ivan Le, Holt who at noon Tuesday salt people cannot find God fay run rung away but by facing the re sporisibilities and dangers of th times. Greater peace results from doing ones duty to God and country than by rinding a quiet place where one will not be subjected to dangers and problems, said the Miss Winona Chancy To Wed Erode Puckett In Easter Day Ceremony — • Midor.na church. 4 p. S. O. W. c!ui>. 3 :i :2mt S:. . Vernon Brown s Hostess At Tea To announce the engagement nd approaching marriage of Miss Vinona Chaney to Biode Puckett if this city. Mrs. Vernon Brown, ssisted by Miss Marjorie Oliver f San Saba, entertained with a ea Tuesday night from 7 to 8 rs'- loek in ihe Brown home, 2010 Jroadway. Miss Chaney is the daughter of Sir. and Mrs. J. C. Chaney o£ ittiefield and the bridegroom- elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Puckett of Post. The marriage ceremony will be read Easter day. Easter Motif. Featured Featuring the Easter motif, the refreshment table v,-as centered vith an antique glass hen, surrounded bv four smaller antique hens, each" filled with fern, vio- j Finl£ - 54J5 - Rd £t - ets, golden belles and sweetpeas, and mounted on a reflecting mir- row. On each plate was a miniature Caster rabbit holding the announcement and the wedding date. In Receiving . T -ine Miss Oliver greeted guests at he door and presented them to a ecviving line composed of the lonoree; Mrs. Chaney, mother of j the honoree; Mrs. Puckett, mother ' of the bridegroom-elect; Miss Wynelle Chaney of Littlefield, sister of the honoree; and the nostess, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Edwina Hamilton poured ea. She was assisted in serving ay Miss BiHie Frances Karman, Susan Perry, Margie Glimp and V i r g i n ia Lee Traylor. Miss Today's Events. *. Assembly Dancing Hub, 9 p. m., tile OM Hay:o!t, April Fool tecijr parly and dance: hoMs to be. Me»srf. and Mesdamcs Arno Dilby, Hub Jones. Ssm Wen, C. J. Wall. Oscir S*io:i. L- S. Thorne. Paul Teas. Arch R. Ur.cierwood. Neil H. Wright. Dr. iai 5i/«. O!»n Key and Johft Shmulte. A* You Liie It club. 3 p. m., Mrs. J. M. Went, 5104 u:b St. Circle e! Centra!' m., church. Biptiit Committees Selected For Musical Revue Chairmen of committees "He!z-Dun-Popped," musical for News Briefs G. N. Atkinson of 2201 Fourteenth street, book custodian at Lubbock Senior High school, re- T V c " turned from Coleman Tuesday junior , whe .. e he at t ended funeral ser- i. . .- , - ,. - . e i vices for a brother, W. B. Atkin- been .Appointed, according to an son wh died Sund ' av . Rites were •n »^ n ft* * r-if»A*t^a»* ; v-AWt li £«<*•• I ** f+lr ' *_. . " «•»"- ..» «^»...« j Ur.Hv Study c'.tts. 8 p. m.. Hotel Lub- boci. Miscellaneous club. 1:30 p. m , Mrs. Sam Stewarr. 2101 Ate. T. Mn. J. B. B »cd PW club. 9 p. m., ballroom at the Hillc.'i hotel; -club to sponsor dance /or 200 enlisted men. from the Lubbock Array Fljfng school. So and Such club. 3 p. m., Mn. Herman Red Cross first aid course, sponsored by Georse R. Bean P-TA; 7:30 tu S:3« p. m.. •i?^"*-i; /. J. Moore. Instructor. Red Cross first aid course, sponsored br Rofcce Wilson P-TA: 3:15 to 5:15 p. ai., school; Mrs. Ivy Savise. instructor. Pirst aid course, sponsored by K. Carter P-TA, 3:15 p. m., room 110, school; Milton Gretr. instructor. First Baptist T. E. L. ells'. 1 p. m., sc:—:::ci center; luncheon. i or AAUW sroup. 7:30 p. m.. Mrs. EuU Mae Toone, 200S Are. V; Mrs. Diet Corby, co-hO!teis. Unit 5 of AAtJW Boekmsn group, a p. ra., Miss Ruth Cupree. 1920 20th St.; Mrs. Virginia Maude Keese, co-ho*te!J. Pla-Mor Forty-Two club. 2:30 Mrs. J. P. Posfy, J«05 21st s:. m. announcement from Mrs. Sione, Welfare League president. Airs. Eiliolt Taylor is general chairman for the sho'v; Mrs. Bruce Collier, co-chairman; Mrs. M. T. Kill, ticket chairman: Mrs. Clarence E. Davis, co-chairman; Mrs. Harold Humphries, advertisement chairman. Mrs. Robert Vail, program; Mrs. Jack Henry, co-chairman; Miss Etoil McLeod, talent chairman; Mrs. Truman Hutson, co-chairman; Mrs. Marshall Harvey, property chairman; Mrs. J. D. Hassel!, jr., co-chairman: Mrs. George Walton, costumes; Mrs. Raymond Shock, co-chairman; Mrs. R. A. Mills, patronesses ticket chairman. Mrs. Robert Crawford, rusher chairman; Mrs. George Dale, cabaret chairman and Mrs. Gordon Dickinson, publicity chairman. All members of the Junior League have tickets for sale. Reserved seats are $1, $1.50, and $2.00. AH $3.00 tickets have been sold. Proceeds for the "War Addition of the Follies" will be used to maintain the Lubbock Well Baby clinic. Adelpha ciub. 3 p. in.. Mn las. 3301 2l£t St. l_ E. Tamely Ten club, a!!-cay meellr.e, Mrs. Elaine Cross presided at the guest \ Robert Huser, isos ssVh s:. °Miss Chaney will be graduated H from Texas Technological college in June. Mr. Puckett was graduated from Tech in 1940 with a 3. A. degree. He is employed with. the CIT .credit company. About 65 guests called at the tea. Mrs. Troy Womack Is Hostess For Meeting Mrs. Troy Womack, 2434 Twenty-fifth street, was hostess for the Friendship club meeting Tuesday afternoon. Members attending were Mesdames Jack Breland, O. O. Williams, B. L. Akers, and Howard Hughes. Mrs. Earl Pate was a visitor. The next meeting will be April 21 with Mrs. Jake Sodd. Tech Newcomers Party To Be Held April 16 club, 2:30 p. m., M 5710 Ave. R. Dozen And One club. 3 p. m.. Mrs. Elno Duite. 2305 6th SI. P:t and Fashion club, 3 p. n., Mrs. M. E. WiU, H16 Are. Q. Cbai-n-Cheu- club, 3:36 p. m., Mrs. Elmer Potts. 1915 2Jnd St. Tj'AlquiUec club. 3 p. m., Mn. J. W. Philips. 618 Are. K. Sew-On cub, 3 p. m., Mrs. Gradr Davit, 2313 iOth ec. Girl Scout leaders club. 9 a. m.. Girl Scout Little House. Unit 1 of A. AUW Bookman group. 7:30 p. m.. Mrj. Lori Ttiiitr's home, 1505 Ave. R. MMdanus Sam Lelfeste. T. A. Turner and E. 1*. fiutler lo be hostesses. First Baptist Alathes-s class. 3 p. m.. Mrs. Fred Rogers. 2318 30th St., April party. Piano Recitals Being Given In Brownfield BROWNFIELD, March 31 (Special)—Miss Gertrude Rasco will present Mary Nell Hawks, daughter of Hev. and Mrs. Hawks of this city, in an Intermediate Level State Examination t>iano recital Thursday night at " 8:30 o'clock at her hcme. She will be assisted by David Hawks, cornet, and Dorothy Jeane Powers, voice. The following program will be given: Sonatina in G major (Beethoven); Minuet in G major (Bach'): Pastorale (Mozart); Theme . from "Surprise' 1 Haydn): Elfin Dance (Greig); The Clock (Kul- 5ah): Hunting Song (Spindler): Little Shepherd (Debussy), Little Nigar (Debussy) and Boat Song A. T. Ralph, Cocanougher and ion. of 17il-B Fourteenth street, left for Chattanooga, Okla., ate Tuesday to attend funeral services for a brother of Mrs. Cocanougher's Elmer Anderson, 36, fatally injured in a car crash near Lawton early last Saturday. Anderson died at ?:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon ii< a Lawton nospital. Services are to be conducted this afternoon in Chattanooga, his home. Accompanying the Cocanoughers was Mrs. J. L. Anderson of Idalou, whose husband was a brother of thn victim; The Lubbock -man had returned from Lawton Monday. Last rites will be read this afternoon in San Antonio for Mrs. Vada Earl Goodrich, 43, of San Antonio, formerly of 512 Avenue Q in Lubbock. Mrs. Goodrich died Tuesday morning in San Antonio. Interment will be in a San Antonio cemetery, under direction of Roy Aker Funeral home. Rites were read at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning at Rix Funeral home chapel for William Richard "Waghorne, 60, former head of the music department at Texas Technological college. Rev. Rodney Gibson, jr., pastor of the San Angelo First Presbyterian church, officiating. The body will be cremated at Albuquerque, N. M. Death • claimed Mr. - Waghorne Monday morning at the-home of a son. Arthur Waghorne, at'Tuco. Sorority Entertains With Rush Parly As the first in a series of rush parties, Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority gave a <:offee at the home of Mrs. E L. fllundeli, 2202 Twenty-fifth street, Monday evening. A lace cloth covered the refreshment table '.vhich was centered with an arrangement of sweetpeas, snapdragons and jonquils. Mrs. Dayle Vannoy poured coffee. Special guests were Misses Marjorie Ann Cope, Irene Gates, Mary Maxfieid, Elizabeth Gossinett, Ethel Murray and Mrs. Haskell Lynn. Members attending wtve Mesdames Howard Walker, R. B. Parkinson, Leo' Baggett, Loy Robertson, Lloyd Zellner, Herbert T. Johnson, Max Power, Vannoy, Misses Orrie Alice Burns, Julia Lair and Lee Blundell. Children Will Attend Egg Hunt At Cotintry Club Saturday j As a' courtesy to children whose parents are members of (the Lubbock Country club, an Easter e gg hunt will be given' .Saturday' afternoon at 4 o'clock on tte Country club grounds. Children may bring guests. Mrs. 'W. F. Eisenberg is in charge of the hunt. Assisting her arc Mesdamcs F. L. McRee, T. B. Dugsan. jr., W. .F. Helwig and W. H. Freeman Children who will attend are asked to bring six eggs, boiled and colored, to Mrs. Eisenberg, or to any of the other chairmen, l>y 1 o'clock Saturday. Mr. Waghorne died of a brain tumor. Leonard Cole, 2106 Sixteenth street, left last night for Fort Sill, near Lawton, Okla., where todav he will be inducted into the U. S. Army. Cole, well known traveling salesman, recently enlisted and xvili seek entrance info an officers' training camp. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne William Mayfield ol 302 Avenue K are parents of a daughter weighing 9 pounds 10. ounces, born at 8:50 o'clock Tuesday morning in " L Activities Planned For Month Of April "Spinach is rich in vitamin A, and the amount of this vitamin received from an average serving is five times as much as healthy adults need a day, Miss Clara Pratt, county home demonstration agent, told members of the Hurlwood Home Demonstration club Tuesday afternoon in a meeting with-Mrs. V. L. Cade. Miss Pratt said that all green and yellow vegetables are -rich in vitamin A, and that very little would be lost if the vegetables were carefully cooked. 'Mrs. D. B. Thompson led the group in. a series o£ games. Mrs. G. K. Norton presided in the absence of the president and vice president. In a council report, Mrs. Horton outlined -Home Demonstration activities for April. The Home Demonstration association for district two will be held April 11 at the First Baptist church in Ltib- bcek; County Federation will be held' April 18 and Open House at Texas Technological college will be April 17-18. Members attending were Mesdames Thompson, Horton, S. H. Easter Egg Hunt Is Given As Courtesy As a courtesy to children from the Central Baptist church, Mesdames W. B. Lamb and D. J. Park entertained with an Easter egg party Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Park home, 20H Sixth street. Refreshments were served to Billie Marie Bridwell, Patsy. Ruth Wright, Bobby Lamb, Loraine Park, Norma Joyce Aken, Mary Jo Rogers, Peggy Lou Berry, Betty Owens. Delores Lr.mb, Florene Park, Alcne Graves, Mary Katherine Starnes, Velma Holly, Elma Mae Fullerton, La Wanda Dean, Wanda Fay Magouirk, Geraldine Winder, Teddy Park, Bobby Ful- lerlon, Alfred Park. Jesse Fullerton; and Christine Evans. Ko Shari Members To" Have Easter Trip For their 10th annual., Easter trip about 40 members of the Ko Shari social club for girls at Texas Technological college and a number of patronesses will leave Lubbbck Thursday for Santa Fe, N. M. The group will return Monday, April 6. •. Chartered buses w:51 be taken Cor the trip, and members v/ill stay in the LaFonda hotel in Santa Fe. Thin week-end trip will be highlighted with an initiation service Sunday night. Miss Dorothy Hylandcr and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Holden, club sponsors, will be among those making the trip. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY1 Dr. D. D. Jackson To Be Speaker For P-TA . "The Growing Parent and Teacher", will be subject for Dr. Doyle D. Jackson of the faculty at Texas Technological college as guest speaker of the K. Carter Parent-Teacher association. Dr. Jackson will lecture at the meeting Thursday afternoon at 3:10 o'clock at the school. Mother, watch year etild carefully for liens o£ un- aiua! fretfulness, bclchins and the spitting up of food. Often they come about u it result of temporary constipation. Here TEETHINA, can tf relied upon t& a 'mild ar.d efficient laxative. And, when your child is Eufrcrine with s cold, 10 many mothers vrill tell you it is important thit he havo ccod bowel movements bcciuse constipation increzisei the discomforts of a cold. TEETHINA. may be purchased at any drue store for 30c tne box of one doicn powders. Give TEETHINA accordins to the directions In each package and Tvrite Tcethina, Co- lucibui. Ca., for a free- baby booklet. Adr H. 'V. Robertson & Co. Established 1910 ACCOUNTANTS i AUDITORS Income Tax. Inheritance Tal, and Estate Tar Matters OIlrer-Eakle Bldf. Anarillo The social, Tech Newcorners club announced, for Thursday bishop. ; .As for what the majority of W E s I* ntr young men over the country think of Ayres, • (who give the matter any thought one way or ihe other) we imagine a young interne, speaking yesterday afternoon,: summad. it up when he said: "Boy howdy, I'm. off of Dr. Kildare for life'" --... . . * « » •' DON'T BELIEVE IT read this in a column the other day but don't believe a word pi it. The story is that Alexander Brallowski, the pianist who piay- ed' here one .time if. you recall your Civic Music association history, was to play a recital in a South'. American capital. He ar- rix-ed after the audience was seated and as ; he advanced across the stage _the audience gave him an_enthusiastic welcome. Theii he turned'to sit down at the piano and almost fainted; There wasn't •any piano. The friendly Latins, in their zeal to' make Brailowsky feel at home, had overlooked the matter of something for him to play. There is only one thing wrong with this story. It simply couldn't "JiaVe happened. Mr. Brailowsky might go to a recital without his night in the J. O. Ellsworth home, 2607 Twenty-second street, will be held Aoril 16. Mrs. J. C. Boling Is Hostess \Vith Party Honoring Her^soh ana daughter, Randolph, age 5, and Martha Jean. age 2, Mrs. J. C. Boling entertained with a birthday party Tuesday afternoon at her home, 1 6 17 Avenue G. Cake and hot chocolate were served to Barbara Sile' Dudley, Letha Joan King, Wayne Boling, Fay Harvey, Patricia, Joyce and Bill Pruitt, and Jerry Dan Carter. -A great grandmother, Mrs. L. W. Boling of 1908- A Avenue J, Bud To BSossom Club To Postpone Meeting According to an announcement Tuesday afternoon, the Bud to Blossom club will not meet this Thursday because oc the Garden Short course to be held at Texas Technological college April 13-14. The next regular meeting will be held with Mrs. L. A. Kefr, 1523 Twenty-eighth street, May 7, >at which time a membership pilgrimage will be held. Members of thir garden club are being urged to attend the short course at Tech college. (Nevin). Irvin Nelson, son of Mr. and : Mary's hospital. The father is Mrs. Homer Nelson, was present- truck contractor, ed in a piano recital by Miss Rasco Tuesday night. Jerry King nd Graves Nelson, tonettists, )layed a duet and Miss Rasco jlayed a marimbo solo, accom- St. a janied at the piano by Irvin. His program was as follows: Variations in C major- (Mozart): Minuet in G minor, minuet in G major and hymn (Bach): Soldier's vlarch (Schumann); Arabesque (Burgmueller); Joyous Peasant (Schumann): Bee and Clover Geibel): "Slumber sone (Manna- Zucca) Castanets (RebeV also was a guest. IN 'WEBSTER HOME Mrs. Roscoe Webster. 2515 Twenty-third street, will be hotsess for the Double Six forty-two club meeting Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Betty Ann Gilbert Has Leading Role ABILENE, March 30. — Miss Setty.. Ann Gilbert, .daughter ot Col. a_nd Mrs. Thomas L. Gilbert of Lubbock, had a leading role in the Kitten Klub Koronation, annual spring pageant, at Abilene Christian college, Friday night. She was elected to represent the freshman class at this traditional event sponsored by the girls pep squad, the Kitten Klub. CAN YOU TELL? Is Ihe horse on iop of the block or on ihe bottom of iha b Don't let your "eyes tool See if ycu can count ihe num her of block?. Now count them again. Good eyesight is necessavy lo good hsaljh, Hav.e_.y_pur eye; examined £o ithai you can en joy life to ifce fullest! Buy A Defense Bond TODAYI supper, without meeting anyone, without a drink of water, but not without . . carefully checking the piano. The pianos he plays have to be fussed over, tuned, caressed, petted. If he had not actually gone to the auditorium before his concert and checked the piano and the acoustics, he would have had his advance man do so. actually touched the piano himself. COLDS Relieve misery, as most mothers do. Rub the throat, chest and back with ^_ , . - _ time-tested W V/APORUB Weldon Earl Petty Is Honored On Birthday Weldon Earl Pettv, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Petty of 1501 Ave- nUe J, was honored on his sixth birthday with a party Tuesday afternoon. Games were.played and contests held. Guests were Marieda Don Tanner. Eugene Gilbert, Roxie Sue and Tremeline Brewton, Billy Bob Stalter. Dolores Tanner. Mike Wolfford, Joe Bess Boston and Kathrvn Ann Stalter. Two Abernathy aldermen and a city marshal find their terms ex- one city piring this year, but only candidate, O. Rutledse for marshal, had running- said filed intentions of Buford Davenport, editor "of-the Abernathy Review. Unit One Meet To Be In Alderson Home Mrs. W. G.- Alderson. 2222 Seventeenth street; will be hostess for the meeting of Unit 1 of the AAUW Bookman group tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Dick Cozby will be assistant hostess. Reviewers will be Miss Dimple Watson and Mrs. Byron Chappell. Bradford, P. C. Mitchell, J. Pace, C. M. Eoff, C. E. Moreman, L. "V Preston; and C. R. Moore. Mrs. Dee Bocne will be hostess for the next meeting. Dr.. Edward Williams Is Visiting Parents Dr. Edward WjHiams, who was graduated recently from the medical branch ol the' University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is spending a week at the home of his parent,?, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Williams. Dr. .Wallisms goes from here to Pensacola, Tla., to. interne at a naval hospital. •"•••. Buy A Delense Bo^rt TODAY! 1803 Broadway Phone S521 What About The Old FoSks? When they're not so active anymore and spells of constipation, annoy them vrith dizziness, heartburn, headaches, or torturing gas pains, get ADLERKA. We have many letters from, thankful •users who are far past middle-age. Your druggist has ADLERIKA. Mart Halsey Drug Store* Adv. beautifully smart ... beautifully natural... RmBumncE SERVICE Simple - Scientific • Terrific! 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