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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Abilene, Texas Tune in on Kroc All the live boys will be at the West Texas Rodeo and livestock show March 24 and 25th. Pase thees sunday morning March i 1939 the Abilene reporter new appointed at 12th convention Here Houston woman c. A. R. Leader gifts made to Denton school museum Wing holding its twelfth annual conference in Abilene saturday the Texas society of children of american revolution elected senior officers made gifts to the d. A. R. Museum Wing at Texas state College for women heard reports from Junior officers held a tree dedication ceremony and joined in luncheon and supper programs. Following announcement of appointment by the general d. A. R. Society of mrs. Eugene Truett Harris of Houston As senior president the society adopted report of a nominating committee to elect these officers mrs. W. P. Babb. Albany Secretary mrs. Bryce Ferguson Pharr historian mrs. Guy Ballard Amarillo registrar mrs. Lindsey Joliff Dallas treasurer mrs. F w. Fisher Tyler chaplain mrs. Arman Kaiser Houston parliamentarian. Creating the office of vice president the society elected mrs. R. C. Crammer of fort Worth retiring senior president to that Post. Mrs. E. T. Duff Wichita Falls mrs. C. M. Turner Dallas and Marion Day Mullins fort Worth were nominating committee. Wax figures of children of the american revolution dressed in the costumes of that time will be placed in the d. A. R. Museum Wing in the name of the Texas c. A. R. As gifts from mrs. Merrick Davis of Albany organizing president of the society and Ann Oldham of Abilene senior president of the Jonathan Hopkins c. A. R. Society of Abilene. Each figure will Cost Between $50 and $75 it was announced at the convention. Miss Harris is donating a dress More than 45 years old for the girl figure mrs. Davis gift. Miss Oldham is giving the figure of a d. A. R. Boy in Honor of her Mother mrs. Minnie Oldham and in memory of her Only brother Holmes Oldham. Miss Oldham also made a c. A. R. Gift yesterday of three Trees. Dogwood and Hemlock from Tamassee in Honor of her Mother Quot whose kind deeds to Abilene boys and girls Are numerous Quot she said in speaking at the tree dedication ceremonies on the Federal Lawn. The Trees Wiy planted on the Federal Lawn and Valley View school grounds. Announcement was made of the gift of a $100 c a. R. Banner from mrs. Rush Norvelt of Beaumont who was elected president of thed. A r. Past chapter regents club at its organization meeting Friday. Junior society grows William r. Snow jr., Junior state president announced an increase o 64 members during the past year to bring the society enrolment to 387. Reports were presented by chapter delegates from Over the state and special committee reports were read by the Junior state Secretary Margie Ann Sedwick of Albany. Donation of $69 to the National memorial fund and other gifts were reported by mrs. O. E. Baker senior treasurer. First award a Gold Star went to Cap William Scott society it. Worth Samuel Mosby chapter Tyler and Jonathan Hopkins society. Quot the history of the c. A. R. In Texas and its relation to Texas ninth group of famous paintings offered ninth group of the world s famous paintings being offered inexpensively to the Public by the reporter news was selected from the period designated As Quot realism and impressionism a the third Quarter of the 19th Century in paintings in this group illustrated above Are top left a third class by Daumier top right Quot two by Degas lower left a the Seine near Argentum a by Monet lower right a after the Hunt a a by Courbet. This and any of the eight groups of four introduced previously May be obtained at the reporter news business offices for 39 cents and one Art certificate such As is being published in every Issue. If the paintings Are to be mailed 50 cents is necessary in addition to the certificate. The reproductions of these great paintings Are Large ones suitable for framing or mounting and Are made by a new process that preserves original color and other values. Additional Supply or All of the first eight sets of four is available now. The ninth set shown above May be obtained beginning monday. Special Spring Sale on drugs new Low Price on Upjohn Citro Carbonate 2 of. Citro Carbonate .32 4 of. Citro Carbonate .57 8 of. Citro Carbonate .89 16 of. Citro Carbonate 1.63 milk magnesia tooth paste 2 Large tubes.33 shaving Cream 2 Large tubes .33 200 Mckesson aspirin .49 of. Mckesson no. 59 solution 39 85c Vicks Salve 29 75c Vicks salve.69 50c Jergens lotion. .39 50c Hinds Cream 39 60c Sal Hep Tea 49 60c Alka Seltzer 49 60c syrup pepsin. .49 it. Milk magnesia. .33 it. Rubbing alcohol .29 history was selected As next year s study. Delegates were welcomed by Helen Watts. Jonathan Hopkins society Junior president Marion Day Mullins. D. A. R. State Regent and miss Oldham. Miss Watts later gave a vocal Solo with accompaniment by Ruth Wyche. Other car s appearing on the program were Craig Gaines of Wichita Falls Jen Banks Collier of Temple Claudia Webb. Thomas f. Webb Nona Mae and Joseph Snow Jerry Stephens John Mckinney Bennett jr., Miriam collard of Wichita Falls Ann Elking ton of Amarillo Dorothy Harwell Charles Russell Hammack. An alaskan theme was featured in program decorations and menu for the luncheon in the red and Gold rooms at the Hilton hotel a Salmon Frozen in a Block of ice entering the table where c. A r. I members sat and forget me not and Candy tuft entering the d. A. R. Table. Forget me not cards marked places and alaskan totem poles were presented As c. A. R. Favors. Ann Oldham was in charge of arrangements for the luncheon and William Snow was principal speaker talking of his travels in Alaska. In Honor of Young Snow his parents or. And mrs. William r. Snow entertained the visitors and local chapter members at a supper in their Abilene Heights Home. Mrs. W. W. Hair and mrs. Bailey assisted in receiving guests and Clarence Ford presented High school students in a play. Closing Dar event seventy guests attended a breakfast in the Blue room at the Hilton saturday As closing social event of the Texas d. A. R. Convention. Pocahontas chapter of san Angelo made breakfast arrangements using a West Texas ranch scene As table decoration. San Angelo hostesses were Mes c. A. Poteet. Hal f. Brandt. H. W. Compton j. R. Hewitt George Waddell Sam Oglesby e. H Johnson. A. Helbing j. A. Conklin c. V. Holland n. G. Kilgore. Sam Jones John elder and Cleone Dabney. Try your hand cleanup paint up fix up group asks suggestions Abilene a cleanup pal Tup fix up committee wants a Lively inspiring slogan for the cloy wide Campaign opening next sunday. March 26. Announcement of prizes for the Best slogans submitted by Abilene residents was made yesterday by the Campaign co chairmen j. Morey Millerman and mrs. R. . I the prizes suggest the aim of the i Campaign providing the winners with tools or materials for cleaning up painting up and fixing up. The awards will be first an average room of Wall leads revival or will Confer degree of Knight Abilene Lodge no. 42, knights of pythias will Confer the rank of Knight tuesday evening at 7 30 o clock on esquires Dewey Webb j. D. Perry jr., Fred Starbuck and j b. Neely. Members Are urged to attend. Court term ends Baird March 18 a judge Milburn s. Long was Here today to close the current term of 42d District court and monday he will go to Albany to Espanel grand jurors and open a four weeks term there two pleas of guilty to burglary indictments resulted in two year prison sentences for Jack Sweet and Earl Dillon. Both defendants waived jury trial. A a at writing slogan paper to be presented by the Abilene builders Supply company. Second one gallon of Devoe paint offered by fielder Dilling Ham lumber company. Third Garden Hoe and Rake presented by lion hardware company. All entries in the slogan contest Are to be mailed to the Cle amp Nup paint up fix up slogan chairman care of the Abilene reporter news. The contest will end at 6 p. In. Friday but any entry postmarked before Midnight Friday and delivered saturday morning will be con i Side red. In event of a tie the i same slogan submitted by More i than one person the entry received. First will be declared the we inner. The winning slogans will be announced in the reporter news next sunday morning. Beginning next sunday morning. A revival meeting will be conducted by the College Church of Christ with e. W. Mcmillan above of Nashville Tenn. Filling the pulpit for two services daily in Sewell auditorium at Abilene Christian College. I Mcmillan was minister of the College Church from 1928 to 1934. He now is minister of the Central Church of Christ in Nashville and managing editor of the Christian Leader published at Cincinnati o. He also is doing much radio preaching speaking daily Over Lac Nashville. He is widely known throughout Texas where he served several Strong congregations before coming to Abilene. He was reared at Ballinger. Area Farmers get Federal payments Baird. March 18�? up �?1three j Hundred aaa soil conservation checks totalling $30,000 already a1 j dotted to Callahan county Farmers who complied in the 1938 Federal farm program were received in the i o Rice of coun y agent Ross Bason Here Friday. Coleman. March 18�?More than 200 of the 1938 Federal government Range checks for Coleman county have arrived and Are being distributed by county agent c. V. Robinson. The checks total $19,097.47. Be tween $30,000 and $35,000 will be Given Coleman county ranch men for complying with regulations of the 1938 Range program. Sweetwater. March 18 additional Cotton compliance checks bringing the total received in Nolan county to $107,006.55 were re i ported at the county agents office this week. The county is due an additional $158,000 in 700 checks according to i j. B. Cooper of Roscoe chairman j of the county conservation com i Mittee. Checks already received to i Tai 695. Tile Swallow like Swift is the fastest of ail Birds being Able to outdistanced an air plane flying too Miles an hour. Handkerchiefs feature special imported chinese handkerchiefs with hand drawn work hand embroidery applique Appenzell and fillet. Really Beautiful White handkerchiefs you la be proud to own. 35c and 50c kerchiefs on Sale announcing our Interior decorating department 60e Bromo Seltzer 49 1.00 chamberlains lotion .89 50e Lyons tooth to. .39 too Bayer aspirin 69 2 for i Sale Oil Lucky Tiger 1.00 Lucky Tiger 89 Jet 50c size free these Are but a few of our Many specials try our free fast delivery service. Registered pharmacist on duty at All times. Have your doctor Call us your next prescription. We will save you Money. George Shahan pharmacy Iso Cypress St. Phone 7501 hats Wear Flowers and streaming veils in the easter Parade 750 the March harpers a aaa Zaar stresses the coloured and i Joo veils that Are scathing new hats to make you More entrancing than Ever. Lovely styles to choose from for the Petite miss or the one who must have a Youthful Large head size. A venetian blinds a slip covers a draperies a upholstering we have added this new service for our Many customers Over West Texas. We have an experienced Man who can Tell you How to get the Best effects the Best combinations of colors How to make your Nome More liable. A Telephone Call will bring him to your Home. Estimates cheerfully furnished without obligation. Dial 5234�?mr. Gaston Sale of card tables Here s a great bargain in a sturdy Well built card table. Imitation leather covered top with strongly reinforced Metal Comers and coloured legs. Everybody can use another card table or two at this Low Price. Spring is in the air. And easter sunday is april 9th. You can Tell East is near when you see the crowds that daily visit our ready to o w e a r department. Everybody is Busy getting their wardrobes ready for the big style occasion of the year. And my How Many Lovely new things we have Here to choose from. Many people will be having guests for easter. Girls and boys Home from College with visitors a Why not Call our Interior decorating department and have your Home touched up a bit for the big occasion everybody is talking about our Beautiful shoes a and that s not All. For we Are having the Best business in this department in Many years. You la find just what you want Here for yourself and a big selection of shoes for the kiddies for easter. Ask about entering the Hartcraft name contest in our hosiery department a incidentally see the Lovely new Flower shades in Hartcraft hosiery $1 $1.15 and $135 pair. You la want to see our new purses gloves jewelry. Blouses scarfs and other accessories. Its Worth a special trip to town just to see them especially when accessories Are so important at easter. Sighs of Spring. Our shoe Salon is blooding right now with sips of the loveliest Spring in years. Witness these Miramar de luxe shoes with that newer fragile feminine look. Upper Sandal in Black Patent also in Toast parisian Blue or wine Alligator calf lower a mesh and Black Patent pump. 8oth styles priced at 8.95. Minters r4 4 n l Vitin f a a a u to r a look picturesque Mem this Spring think not Only of the becoming Ness of the dresses you buy a think of their effect the illusion of Brief Bolero Over swing skirt the High drama of High draped bodice and Forward sweeping skirt fullness the expensive look of coat and dress in Matching print the theatrical Chic of Multi color a tripes the amusement of a dash of print on a solid color dress the strategy of accessories. Well show you How to look picturesque dresses 10.95 to 49.50 Doeskin gloves 2.50 to 6.50 new purses2.95 and 4.95 fruit and 1.95 Minter 8 Little column i

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