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±, , '. ... - : . : . ... PAGE TWO—tH E MORN ING AVALANCHE Luhbock, fexos, Saturdoy, April 4, 1942 Dial 4343 For The Avalanche-Journal! Offices The T By Margaret Turner "UiERETis only- v one way. to get r- ruady for immortality," and that is to love this life and live it is bravely and cheerfully and faithfully &s we can.—Henry Van Dyke. : * /. * * * I T'S A COMMON custom to judjje men and businesses; not by Jvhat's right. with 'them, but by jvhat's wrong, : • • . t This procedure makes the critic Jook like a smart fellow, but it is a lazy and inefficient way of getting at real and hidden values. Goid mines of talent and potential forofits are frequently overlooked. J . . * * * • •' • l AMBROSIA P EEL and slice 6. oranges. Stand slices upright in glass cup's. Fill centers with seeded white themes, grapes or. cubes of pine- |pple. Chill until needed. .Sprinkle ivith lemond juice and cocoanut. Stick a tjny flower—spring beau- lies or violets—in each portion. I -,.*** r BARRACKS BRIGHTENERS SURVEY o! morale officers of all branches of the service by e New York gift shop revealed in- Jeresting pointers. For instance: j If you want to send a gift to your favorite soldier don't send him pajamas. Most soldiers sleep Jn their underwear. ' •"' . i' DO-send him stationery, printed with the name of his.outfit. He'll love it. I DON'T send him bedroom slippers. Soldiers -put on ..their shoes. Jivheii they get up. DO'send him a |Riall portable radio, or-a wrist . ,»va.tch with' red second hand, unbreakable crystal, radium dial and Ja'bric strap. .. ' . 4 All service "-men like toilet articles and razor kits, wallets and %mall leather zipper bags. _.Most prefer cigarette cases of metal or plastic.into 'which the package can be slipped intact. All want wooden jblpgs or sandals \vhich can be jvorn in the shower. Every service man needs bath towels. J. They all like small sewing kits, fompact shoe .polishing kits and ' jroof . tobacco pouches. Air- eed polarized glasses, foun- ens with expansion compartment^ for changes of altitude, /i * * * * THE GADGET LINE BORGLUM chiseled *J the faces of Washington, Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Lincoln on Rushmore mountain and now an ingenious .designer of tostume jewelry has made a repli- fca of. that cliff. » Another tricky pin -shows four Hying cupids in an all-out flight jfor the Allies. Each cupid is trailing ose of the letters, A-B-C-D. 4 ' « * * *. MIND YOUR MANNERS , JlPEST your knowledge of. correct *-*T "social ..usage by ans\yeriug the following questions, then'checkirjg igainst the-authoritative answers ' * ,1. If a .young man in the service Cannot get long enough leave to go io his" fiancee's home to be mar- fried, would it,be. all right for her %ct be married hi some city near Jiis camp? * 2. Is it all right to have a wedding breakfast in.a hotel, rather jhan hi the bride's home? $ 3. If the; wedding breakfast is a %it-down meal, - do the hride and 5proqm. lead the -way to their table jvhfeh they have finished receiving guests? . * "C'-If there is dancing at the wed- ping reception, do the bridp and igrooin dance only with each other? * '5.'Who- cuts the wedding cake? | What would you do if— '$' You are a. prospective bride planning the details of a home 'wedding— « (a) Plan. to. throw, your bouquet . Jo the bridesmaids when you go <o _ dress "in your going away Baked Ham Schedu ed Jo Make Ca a *^*\ t~\ /*"* /o ancc rr Practice Economy By Follow-Up" Meals - Let the men talk about economy, it's Ihe women who are really going to practice it and make i"t work. But like every oth/.T. kind of saving, economy in food buying and preparation must be truly intelligent to be effective. The best way of stretching food dollars to make them go further is to buy "stretchable" foods. For instance, instead of buying meat for one meal, buy a ham or roast that will "stretch" over several meals. Sej-ve it for Sunday dinner in all its fresh goodness of taste and appearance. Then, using your ingenuity and some of the many attractive recipes from your recinc file, serve it in a variety of "dis- liiised" forms that will contribute to economy at no sacrifice of family favor. Save In Cooking Save, too, in the actual cooking. Use utensiln which ' utilize cooking heat most efficiently, and Kelp save fuel. Porcelain enameled ware, now being featured extensively, meets these requirement?. It heats quickly and evenly, and all the food is heated in almost equal degree in a comparatively short all-over cooking time. Furthermore, it retains the heat well. is easy to-clean and it saves you time and work afterwards. If your, family has a weaknes. for ham, here is the way to prepare it for its first gala appearance at Sunday dinner, and some additional recipes for serving it at "follow-up'' meals to derive every bit of \-alue and tastiness from it. VIRGINIA BAKED HAM Ten or 12 Ib. ham. bread crumbs, brown sugar, cayenne pepper, whole cloves, pineapple juice. Make Deep Crisscross Cuts Wipe ham with a damp cloth and make deep crisscross cuts in the fat surface. Do not cut the neat. Dust with fine bread crumbs. Sprinkle with brown sugar, and very sparingly with cayenne pepper. Arrange cloves in groups over surface of ham. Moisten well with pineapple juice. Place" in oven heated to 325 degrees F. : Allow 20 minutes to each pound for baking. Baste ham occassionally with the liquid in the pan. Serve on a hot platter garnished with pineapple rings and parsley. Make' a rich gravy from liquid in the pan, first skimming well and adding 1/2 cup of pineapple juice. HSm Rolls With Creole Sauce One cup uncooked rice, 2 tablespoon shortening, 2 tablespoons onion, chopped, 1/4'cup milk, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/3 teaspoon pepper, 12 slices ham, 2 tablespoon butter. Wash and drain : rice. Cover with'r cup salted water. Bring tb a- boil. Reduce heat'.and cook •without stirring in covered pan until - tender. Cook . onion in shortening -slowly forJ-5.-minutes. Add rice, milk, salt and -pepper. Cook slowly until milk is absorbed and mixture holds its shape (about 5 '-minutes). Remove from, heat and cool slightly. Spread ham slices put-on .waxed paper. Divide rice- mixture into . : 12 portions. Shape into cylinders. Put one cylinder in center of each slice of ham.. Roll up and secure with toothpicks. Put into greased bak- IDEAL FOR EASTER—Here's a lovely arrangement of fragrant pink roses, snapdragon and spicy white carnations, guarded b; little porcelain figurines that makes an ideal Easter centerpiece. Even if you can't get home to be with the family for the spring festival day, you can wire it to them through your local florist. J Brief Bits Of Local News The federal government is seeking $452.81 and interest of §63.50 as unpaid balance on a note made in 1938 to the National Housing administration in a suit filed Friday in U. S. district court against Frank Mayfield and his wife, Frankie Mayfield, of Kent county. The suit was filed through Clyde O. Eastus, L T . S. district attorney. News that he had become a grandfather has been received by Major Joseph R. Peller, district Army recruiting officer. A daughter was born Tuesday to Mrs. Charles Darling of Lawton, Okla., the former Miss Margaret Peller. The father, an aviation cadet, was recently transfered. fom Kelly Fiela, San Antonio, to Parks Air college, East St.-Louis, 111. The .American Legion post has offered its assistance to the West Texas Army recruiting and induction office in rplphrat-on of Army, day Monday, and has been accepted, it was announced Friday by Major Joseph R. Pelier, commander. The offer to handle visitations to the district office Monday..was: "made by Charles A. Whitacre. commander ;of 'district 19, of the Te'xas department, (American Legion.' '-Becton senior 4-H -club boys Avii'fjhpld * a regular, meeting Mon"clay 'sight in H th'e~ school; building; said Ai.-L. Hartzog,. assistant agri-^ cultural*: agent and 'club leader, Friday. &t that time they will set a .date for; a scrap metal pick-up. Troy Snodgrass is president of the club. •:-;_. C. T. Wasion, district 2 field- man o£ the Agricultural Adjustment administration r and -V. L. The case of ihe disputed phone number has been settled, out of court. And as a result, neither ol the parties involved will receive the numbers in question, 552) and 5522. Plains Funeral home had filed an injunction and mandamu action in 99th district court of Judge E. L. Pitts against Bryan McDonald and others- Plains Funera! homo alleged in the action that McDonald, Mrs. Ruth McDonald and Glen B. McDonald resigned from management of Plains Funeral home and • set up their own mortuary, also adopting the phone number used by Plains. The i/laintiff had sought to retain phone number 5521 and its associate number, 5522. Plains sough the number for itself through mandamus action directed at th< telephone company, and in alter native asked that the McDonald: not be allowed to use it. Result both litigants will have new num bers, Judge Pitts was told. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Wilhelm o Wilhelm of 25'18 Twenty-seventh street, left Friday afternoon to to the bedside of his brother, K B. Wilhelm and Mrs. Wilhelm, wh are both ill in Monahans. ing dish. Dot each ham roll with j Cade,. Carlisle, district'.committee' butter. Bake 20 minutes or until thoroughly heated. Serve immedi- atelv -with Creole sauce. Serves 6. .: HAM WAFFLES Twq-cups flour, 4 teaspoons baking p'owder, 3/4 teaspoon salt, 1 3/4 cups milk, 2 eggs, 1 table- poon-melted shortening, 3/4 cup am. finely ground. Sift flour, baking powder and alt together; add milk to yolks of eggs: mix thoroughly and add to dry ingredients: add melted shor- ening and mix in beaten egg vhites. Fold,in ground ham. Bake. ' g .(b) Give the bouquet to ypur Tleafest friend? * ':?'. ' Answers {j I.^; Certainly. » ~-3.tyes,'followed by their attend- |nts,. v/ho sit'at the same table. • 4. No. Theydance first.together,• then with ^attendants, and if there Js "time with other guests. : J'-5. Thc.Tjride. . '«, Better ;"W£iat Would You Do" gtiiutldn—Jfaris customary.' TOURING a holiday season, all "•iJ telephone "calls to 3541. Texas Technological college; number, _ go tc.-the college president's office. ™J5r. Harry L. Kent, the adminis- tfative assistant, said Friday afternoon he^iad answered questions during the flay .from every subject, ranging to from how one could get milk delivered to where one could itnrt a dater : Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Collins and son, Jerry, of Fort Worth and Mrs Arthur Collins and daughters, Kay and Mary Nell of Arlington are spending . the Saster holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A; P. Hardm; their sister. -Mrs. Otis J. Feity, and their brother "Russell .S. . Hardin and their families. -*f Bay "A Dei-inse Bond jTODAY t S * .Qsteop.athic Physiean & Surgeon f «1 LUBBOdK NATIONAL v *r- « : *' a- • BANK BLDG. -2562 Residence Phone 2-3345 3ca! 850 Auxiliary Mas Social Thursday .Mesdames C. H. Pipkin, / 2825 Txyenty-third street, and Ed- M: Jones were hostesses for the. aux- liary to the Local 850 Thursday night in the Pipkin home. Later.in the evening members of the Local 850 joined their wives : or games of forty-two and re-' 'reshments of ice cream and cake. Those attending were Messrs, ind Mesdames Clay Lowery, Paul B. Williams. Paul B. Jones, Tom Ogg, J. M. Pipkin, Allen D. Loter, V. S. Pool, R. H. Lowrey and Mrs. D. ,Weed, a guest from Fort Vorth.' Mrs. Williams, 2004 Twenty- ixth street, will entertain for the uxiliary April 16 at 8 o'clock. ; man, left Friday f6r ; 'Gollege Station. They will attend a special conference of fieldmen and' the state committee, beginning today and lasting through next week. Homer E. Thompson, former assistant county farm agent here and later Garza agent- at Post, has been named acting commander of the second, reconnaissance troop at Fort Sam Houston .according to word received here. He expects to receive his commission as a captain soon. When called to active duty from the reserve last year, he "was a first lieutenant Norbet F. Young, who was chiei clerk in the Santa Fe trainmaster's office at San Angelo, has been promoted to private secretary to H, R. McKee, division superintendent at Slaton, and has assumed his duties. He succeeds W. R Henry, of Slaton. Young is married and his family is remaining at San Anfeln until school is oul there. Lodge Meets "or Easter Program For an Easter program, 35 mem- >ers of the Rebekah lodge met Thursday night in IOOF hall. Mrs. W. W. Morris sang ,»'He .ive.s on High,";, Mrs. L. O. W'hite ave the Easter story, "Blessed Souvenir" and : . Mrs. A ; ~E./ Jones read "The Dogwood Tre«O A nest filled with s rnfhiature rabbit and eggs formed ihe centerpiece for. the refreshment table. Plate favors "were tiny riJsbits and the same design was usgl for the programs. .-': The monthly lunchccB of the lodge will "be held 'Jbesday at noon in the hall. Buy A Defense Bond SINUS INFECTION DivE. M. Whitacre OsiJeopaihic Physician Storage COLD. FUR STORAGE keeps fine furs from <J«tioraling. Our expert Furriers repair, restyle and clean your Furs the approved wa?." Phone 1:£152 1212 LUBBOCK TAILORING COMPANY up his. duties as vocational tiltufc '^teacher in the Post •lowell Is Speaker : or Garden Club "Insects and Their Control" was ubject of an address by O. B. lowell at the South Plains'Dahlia ociety meeting Thursday night vith LUr. and Mrs. James Samson, 312 Thirteenth street. Mi-. Howel! s professor of horticulture at Texas Technological college. Mr. Howel] listed symptoms of lahlias that ore not doing woll nd listed as common enemies the eaf hopper, .the red spider and he aphid. ''Badly diseased dahlias hould be burne.d," he told the ,roup. -i The "spray must be stift enough o make the leaves . dance, the peaker reminded the members, and he also stated that it was a ;ood idea to vary the kind of pray used. The flowers should be prayed when the first symptoms appear, otherwise it may be too ate, he warned. Mrs. Roberta Doughtie was elected as delegate to the two day hort course April 14-15 which is sponsored by the department of >lant industry at the college. Lubbock flower growers will be nterested in making plans' to at- end the program the evening of April 14 at which time H. M. Rus;ell will speak and Mrs. T. G. iogers will show pictures o! var- ous plants. Twenty-seven members attended he Thursday meeting. Officers Elected By- Bird And Pet Club An election of officers was held t the Lubbock Bird and Pet club neeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Charlie Musgrove, 23 U 'wenty-se vent h street.. Those hosen were: Mrs. T. E. 'McNeil, president; Jrs.' W. J. Uiiker, vice president; VIrs. IT. A. Towery, secretary; Mrs. Frances Lee Tolbert, re- x>r!er. Mrs. Claud Keeton read original poems and Mrs. Towery'read an article on cai'e of fis .. The club will meet May 7 with Mrs. Baker, 2402 McCullough. Miss Eleanor Moore s Shower Honoree A shower was given as an honor :o Miss Eleanor Moore, bride-elect of Orval Pfeifer, at the home o Mrs. G. C. Bishop, 2322 Seventh street, Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock. Those attending were Mesdames O. C. Heard, C. R..Moore. Alan C Webb, H. T. Wilkins and Halpl Lindsey. Misses Bernice Stewart Juanita Myers, Mary Heard, Myra Bishop, Nell Flanagan, Loyce Bush, Adciie Lee Lindsey, Mable Morris, Averlyno Hatcher and Wyndham Gay Robertson. Those who sent gifts were Mes dames H. V. Stanton, Jake Sodc L. M. Hargrave, ft. A. Metcalfc and T. W. Pardue, Misses Kath ryn Stewart, Lois Smith, Ermi KidcJ, Beulah Rao Markham, Bun Lofland and.LeDoris Johnson. Children Will Attend Hunt At Country Club Children of members and 'their juests are invited to attend an •".aster egg hunt to be-stnged at he Lubbotk Country-.club grounds his afternoon at 4 o'clock. Children who are to attend ato asked o bring six eggs; hard boileci and colored. Mrs. W. F. Eisenbery is chairman, assisted by Mesdames F. L. VIcRee, T. B. Duggan, jr., W. F. ielwig and W. H. Freeman. The eggs are to be brought to :he homes of the committee' by 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon. . Junior Garden Club'' Has Guesf Speaker Home gardening and canning was subject of a talk % for Miss Clara Pratt county home demonstration agent, at a meeting oJ the Lubbock Juniur Garden club with Mrs..Aubrey Edwards Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. D. Jenkins wa-> assistant hostess. An elecjiori of officers was a feature of the meeting. Those who will take office in June are: Mrs. Vance Apple, president; "Airs. C. D. McGcheu, vice president; Mrs. WiJ.liam Lo\yri- more, jr.,-treasurer; Mrs. Jenkins, recording secretary; Mrs. Homer Maxcy, corresponding secretary. The .nominating committee was made up of Mesdames Jimmie Ken-, Clem Boverie and C. W. Bartleti, jr. Others present were Mesdames Turner Adams, Bryan Edwards, Kenneth Moore, Avch L. King, Robert Maxey, Wilmot Eaton. Johne.v Cockburn, J. Grady WriRlu, Joe Shirley, "Kenneth Moqre. G. W. Soash, Jimmie Whiteside and three new members, Mesdames M. E. West, J. G Keyes ; and Allen "Farmer,.. \Ars. Aaron DuBose Is Hostess To H-D Club Mrs. Aaron. DuBo?e was iiostess o the Becton Home Demonstration club Wednesday afternoon. She ave a demonstration of prepared gg dishes. Members present were Mes- damos H. G. Timms. J. O. Day. sr., J. O. Day, jr., Jack Phipps, Buck Roger. Chester Gilmore. Exa Hammond, R. A. Powell, Ray Fur- gesoti and Ernest Cowan. Visitors weve Mesdanies Nathan Rogers, Harold Stanton, M. B. Siauton and Miss Olga Rogers. Young beavers hitchhike on the backs and tails of their parents. Mrs. Ray Waiderf 1 s Guest At Club Meet Mrs. Ray Walden was a special guest at the As You Like It club meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Jack M. Wesi, 21&4 Fourteenth street, . : Members present were Mesdames I. M. Hackett, E. C. Earnest, R. A. -Trtggs, jr., T. S. Cran- : ford, J. T. . Terrell, V. • T. Brady and Lewis Dayi:;. . ,. The club-will meet next Wed-.,. nesday with Mrs. Brady, 2'4:)6 Twenty-eighth street. GOVERNOR TD SPEAK AUSTIN,'Apr!I 3 W—Governor Coke R. Ste'venion will-be one of the speakers to address the Fed-' cration of Women's clubs national convention in Fort Worth April 26-May a, Mrs. J. W. Walker, president of the Texas Federation, announced today. !. 178 Girl Scouts Are Honoreij-ln Service " •>v Badges were presented to 173 girls at the ;Gid .Scout Court of Awards at Junior High school auditorium Thursday night. Over 200 parents and friends ..attended" the service. Mrs. H. H. Van Aken, commissioner, made the presentation which included curved bars (highest award in Girl Scouting* pinned on Mary Alice Hooten, Jewell Alice Pharr and Kathryn Sensabaugli and 113 first aid badges given, wjk U was announced there .ar'ei~245. Girl Scouts in Lubbpck, io make up the total of the United States. FOR WOME ONLJf/ If you suffer from mohtj nervousness ana tjistrc- refc'ularlties" caused by,; monthly disturbances—ti Pinkham's Vegetable Coi famous for relieving sucTi , _. nervous feelings of women's "difficult days." Follow label directions. H. V. Robertscto & Co. -ACCOUNTANTS 41 AUDITORS . BUY M»s. Magazines, iorial Defense ' •'• 1CL a.m.- .rl. huf Sat. son OUie Liner, connected with th county Agricultural Adjustmen dministration office, has take: agri hig! chool succeeding Horton Howel vho went to Meadow to succec A. L. Hartzog. Liner, a graduate o 'exas Technological college ha esided in the "Wolfforth commun Mr. and Mrs. Robert West of 18 Avenue Y are parents of a son jorn at 3:50 o'clock Friday morn- ng at the home. The father is em- iloye'd- by-Wilson &. Co. West Texas .clinic reported the-birth. A meeting of -representatives of directors of state-supported colleges with the state board of education, which had been scheduled for Monday, has been.can- celed, President. Clifford B; Jones of. Texas Tech was informed Friday in a telegrahvirom Sam Whitey, president of East, Texas .State Teachers college and .of the organ- "zation of 'presidents of state col- eges. Spencer A. "Wells, chairman of tht Tech directorate, had planned to attend. Budgets for SEEK PHOKOGHAPHS SAN ANTONIO,.April 3 (JP)— A statewide drive for old fashioned spiing-driven phonographs for use in Army camps where electric power is not. available is being made by the Texas Federated Music clubs, Mrs.-Louis Mover, fifth ".district chairman,-said today. Mrs. Moyer said it is believed hundreds of these old phonographs can be found in attics with many of them in working order and many others which could be made useful with minor repairs which the soldiers could make. the next biennium were to be discussed. A meeting of the Tech directorate, to be held primarily for purpose of considering^ biennial budget requests, wy-T be held April 11 as scheduled. 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