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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas Sunday May THE ABILENE MORNING REPORTERNEWS BY RAY PRIECT Automobile Editor Universal Service May business of providing automobile tourists with accurate road infor mation is a large industry in Conservative figures place the cost of furnishing material on road con ditions to tourists at between and There are more than eight hun dred automobile clubs in the United States that are daily directing the automobile driver on the right spent last week end with her par blisses Helene and Ruth Cook of Abilene spent last end Misses Hill and Eula Belle Whittle were in Tuscola Sat Herman Whittle visited Abi lene Guy Williamson of Tuscola was in Lawn on business Edgar and children were in Abilene Carrol Diekerson et Tuscola has been In Lawn on businessthis and tockett were rads there are hundreds of Chamf m Qvalo bers of Commerce that maintain tourist departments hundreds of hotels with large touringestab Salyer and were In Miss Leola Lockett spent last and the American Auto mobile Association which la sendj Robert Salyer was in Ovalo on ing out general conditions to mem ber Detroit Club Largest The Detroit Automobile while it Is said to be the largest in the country with its membership in excess of Is spending 000 its touringdepartment this Should the 800 clubs of the coun try only average an expenditure of half that sum there is alone being expended by these or ganizations Then there are such industries as the Standard OU which this year has an appropriation of for road maps to help the tourist along his The change in highway numbers all over the United States to con form to the new United States in terstate route markings is adding a considerabile expense to tourist guiding this Must Redraw Maps The private map makers must all of their maps as well as well as the and subsidary The was forced to discard maps and many thousand logs were obsolete by the new markings put up in this Btate this Michigan has been somewhat business Miss Atha Porter spent last week end in Abilene with her Woodward Robbins was in Tus cola SPECIAL MUSIC AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH At the morning service at the Central Presbyterian Church today the choir will give tha The Glory of God In Nature by Bee A Mother of Mine by will be by Faye Bland At the evening service the Junior Choir will sing Swing Wide the Gates by Kauffman The regular meeting of the Tom Green Chapter will be held Tuesday morning at at Car negie to the new This was due to the huge road building projects which started several years are just being This week tem cardboard markers all old sign Such states as Ohio and many of the eastern states haAe already put their per markers in place but with state and United States road numbers on The standards developed at a joint meetingof the highway com missioners of all states and Sr Bureau of public roads call for Use of federal yellow painted warn ing signs as Many states have found it necessary to carry on huge amounts of work to repaint these Has Clearing House The now has its central clearing for all automobile clubs in effective The first complete detour map has been sent out from This covers the southeastern AS rapidly as possible these will be sent to all member clubs and other touring Con nected sectional maps vvill then be sent out from two weeks to one month The in cooperation with the society of automobile engineers also aiding the automobile in dustry this year with a revival of the once popular stock car races upon an authentic It remains to be whether the public wil be much in financed in its purchase of cars by authentic trial records furnished Vy any substantial Some companies believe thatgood sales influence may be created by prop erly advertising the results of such Among the companies which competed this Saturday at the At lantic City speedway were Duesen Chrys Paige and the Whippet built by the WillysOverland In nearly every instance entries were made by the dealers in the The stock car accelera tion and economy tests should be welcomed back ns timely oppor tunity to answer claimed state Ovalo Monday afternoon the Womans Missionary Society met at the Meth odist After a short busi ness session following were dis missed Fish Raymond Van Dennis Lilly and Fielder of Tampa visited friend3 Percy White vas an Abilene visl tor Miss Lillian Meeks of Abilene spent the weekend with her Warren Holland of Bradshaw was here on business Emmett Keeling of Lawn spent Sunday with his and and Koy Head made business trip to and Jarman of Stayton are villting their this and Euel Meador were Tuseola visitors and Jess Hicks of Tus cola 2n the Joe Meador Mansfield of Trent spent Sunday here with his Misses Pauline Lois Ruin Staggs and Alma Burton visited in Lawn Williams and little son visited in Tuscola Avery Willis and Fenton Law less of Lawn visited here Sunday Max Standard of Tuscela was here and Warren Crofton were visitors in Abilene Moody of Guion was here en business Roy Fuller and Ernest Rogers of Abilene were here on business Mon Fred McCastland of Bradshaw was here Reddell has returned from Abilene where he spent a Wilson has returned from Hubbard after a weeks visit with Joe and Euel Meador made a business trip to Abilene Wednes Miss Johnnie Lee has returned to her home in Miss who is attending school In spent the week end with her and Hamilton of visited Harrison of Guion was here on business Tuscola Jack Allen of Brownwood was hererecently visiting in the home of his Miss Belle Jones of spent alst weekend here with home FTipp and Tally of Buffalo Gap were among out of town shoppers here last Satur Bessie Oriffis of Waco has been herethis week her Mesdamefl Floyd Hodge and and Deuey of Coleman spent last vsiiting his Collins and and Huey Popeand daughter of Odessa have been here this week visiting Popes par and and Mesdames fCary nrut Walter Taylor and children ami Alton Burloson and Mul of tfrtn Miss barker ami i ihiys hora recently Groves a fish fry at m i Lake evonin last Mesdanies Max Anderson ind Myrtle Braiiton shopped in Abilene Charlie rolling of tho and Pruitt of Abijaty Inion at the loi lene visited relatives here Tuesday of Collins Idovotional and iaii Mesadmes Floyd and wafers and cream Tims visited in Abilene one day following Mesdnmos this B Raymon Otic his Alton A j A an 1 Mary ihop iiU the ped in s Mission Thompson is attending new honxvjcour in Abilene this week After a I Carpenters are busy this s i erecting now stucco residence Cor to the Walter Roy Zilmon Youns and Buffalo Gap were trading Pat il FOR SALE MANHATTAN CAFE Consisting of cooking solid oak top 27 6 5 ceiling one 16 incli exbaust one hot water one double oven cook silverware and one 24x30 iron one roller top one 8 foot floor show two 4 gallon coffee urns with hot water in and numerous other things not mentioned This place can be bought almost at your own The proper man can make good money with Make Me an 1042 North First Street PHONE 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