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Abilene Reporter News Newspaper Archives Mar 19 1939, Page 5

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Abilene, Texas Don t waste the Energy you need for vigorous health pay Only 50c a week i be Cradit a Ohlf i cr5 a monday feature special Purchase Beautiful Spring Bemberg sheers n below r u year 45c Down 50c a week Post wet k Fri Kal motors second lowest priced car 1390 n. First by a Shelton Webb motor 4144 d sunday morning March 19, 1939 Tek Abilene reporter news tone in on Kubo Page a knights Templar plan sixth annual Sunrise easter service Here we had to pull every string in our buying department to get this Fine Quality sheer at this outstanding Low Price without doubt they re the most attractive selection of be bergs seen anywhere at several times this feature Price be sure to be Here. A Beautiful new patterns. A washable monday 2 . Massed chorus to Greet Dawn on april ninth for the sixth year the Abilene commander no. 27, knights Templar will stage a Sunrise easter service in the open. The service this year will be april 9 at the Abilene High school stadium. Several thousand Are expected to participate in the pageantry and invitations Are open to All churches to Send representatives. Or. E. B. Surface pastor of the Central presbyterian Church will give the Sermon. Or. T. S. Knox pastor of the first presbyterian the invocation and or. M. A. Jenkens pastor of the first Baptist Church will Lead in prayer. The Rev. J. H. Hamblen has been invited to read the scripture. A massed chorus will Greet the Dawn the vocal music being led by the Abilene High school choral club under the direction of Ouida Clemons. Trumpet Assembly w. A. Stephenson is commander of the Abilene Lodge unit. The knights Templar will March into the stadium at trumpet Assembly. Processional and recessional will be the Only instrumental music on the program. The program is scheduled to last Between 45 minutes and an hour. A Public address system will be installed at the stadium. Neighbouring comm Anderies Are invited to attend. For the past six years each easter service has been held in the open weather having been favourable but if conditions do not permit. The service will be held indoors at the High school auditorium. J. Ray Roe is chairman of the Lodge committee for arrangements others being l. S. Perry and Raymond Fletcher. Publicity group is headed by Carroll Rogers and includes Oscar Page Holland Holt. Stamford school class sets service Stamford. March split a a six o clock Sunrise easter service at College Lake will be held Here by Nae High school age Quot to Xis class taught by the Rev. W. F. Rogan of the Central presbyterian Church. First such program was conducted by the boys and girls last year. Mrs. H. H. Pennington choir director is planning special music for the regular worship hour. Baptist choir members Are planning an easter cantata under direction of Broughten Harden. Titled a lord of lords and written by m. E. Graham the easter Story is unfolded by fourteen numbers which will be Sung by thirty voices in a forty minute program. St. John s methodist choir under direction of mrs. Welby Callicoatte is preparing special easter music though the Day s program has not yet been arranged. Annual Quot egg Hunt sponsored by the Stamford Exchange club will be held h. G. Andrews general chairman. High school Art contest at Hsu the annual High school Art contest will be held at Hardin Simmons University april 22 with a. M. Carpenter head of the Art department of the University As director. Each High school will be allowed one contestant in each of the following divisions painting Oil water color and pastels drawing in charcoal and Pencil and Clay or soap modelling. Additional information can be had from the director. Sea feathers found in offshore Waters from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the Carolinas actually Are animals. 5 tubes acc a dynamic speaker no interest or a bakelite Cabinet carrying charges everybody knows d eur Ola. The precision built radio. And now this startling news a 5-tube Detrola is offered at Only $9.95 see it hear it what a value Only 9&Quot Long-7&Quot High. Now it s possible for everyone in the Home to have a personal radio. Mother should have one in the Kitchen. Dad should have one for the office. The children should have one for their bedroom. Come in let us give you a demonstration Odayl a delivered at Pontiac Michigan. Prices subject to change without notice. Transportation state and local taxes if an optional equipment and accessories extra. And Only great engineering makes pos site the Price miss Shurtleff t. Hughes of Dallas and Nancy Byrd Turner poet. This year miss Shurtleff was chosen for her work in the Field of a. She has Long been identified in Art work throughout Texas. She is a native texan educated in the state and is the first texan to choose Art criticism As a profession. She is connected with the Houston museum of Fine arts As Art critic and lecturer under the Stella Shurtleff foundation for lectures on Art. The foundation was made possible through the generosity of friends of the Houston museum who asked to remain Anonymous. Ackers shoe store presents new modernistic Interior Champ Taylor Dairy judging team Home from fort Worth train sights on state Stella Hope Shurtleff of Houston widely known Art critic and lecturer. Will be presented Here thursday night at 8 o clock by the t. I. P. Club of Mcmurry College. Thus the club of girls will continue its Long standing tradition of presenting at the school some Texas woman of note. Among those who have been heard in Abilene under t. I. P. Auspices Are judge Sarah it was established solely to provide lectures Given personally by miss Shurtleff. Who has Given invitation lectures in other states too. A series of 14 lectures was Given in Nashville. In new York City she has lectured for the Texas club and numerous times at the Parnassus club. Three years ago she took a group of pupils from the jul Liard school of music of new York City on regular sunday afternoon Tours through the metropolitan museum. Miss Shurtleff is a graduate of Kidd key College and of the University of Texas and has done special work at Sam Houston state teachers College. Graduate study at Columbia University and the Chicago Art Institute also have Een included in her Art study. Quot the vision of poet and Painter will be miss Shurtleff s subject for the Mcmurry lecture. She will be presented in the College auditorium. Following a reception is to be held in her Honor with the tip members As hostesses. Martha Jane Braynt of Stamford is club president other officers Are Hazel Ward vice president Martha Ann Ansley of Dumas Secretary Roberta Ely of Snyder parliamentarian and Nell Smith reporter. Iris Graham Mcmurry registrar is sponsor. Irish Rose crowned Shamrock March 18 a up a crowning of miss Lee fender of Pampa As Quot Irish Rose climaxed the second annual St. Patrick s Day Celebration Here yesterday. Radio offer no charging charge Here s the radio that fits your every need 8ee it hear it buy it on your own terms come in and see it so you wont be disappointed we be Only a limited number to sell maintaining tradition Mcmurry s . Club presents renowned Art critic and lecturer thursday evening pee leads the Way with sensational. Greeting customers of Ackers shoe store. 266 Cypress is the Brilliant new Interior arrangement and decorative design pictured above. Complete remodelling of the store was completed a few Days ago., it represents Long study and research into the latest shoe store practices and design. The entire store now is in modernistic pattern. White predominates and Rich rust used in trimmings greatly accentuates the simple Beauty of the place. Operation of Ackers now in its eighth year of operation is in charge of Bob Parnell. The business is headed by Lewis j. Ackers. The store offers Only nationally advertised lines of men s and women a shoes and hosiery children a shoes Are not carried. Photo by Thurman. Contest at annual a. Amp m. Short course with their arms full of trophies and medals members of the Taylor county 4-h Dairy judging team returned yesterday from the fort Worth fat Stock show where Friday they won the Dairy judging contest. In sweeping the Field they Defeated teams from nine of Texas leading Dairy counties including Ellis county the defending Champion. W. A. Doc Ruhmann who succeeded Leon Ranson As assistant county agent was extremely Happy Over the showing made by the team. Already the boys have their sights trained on the state contest at the Farmers Short course at Texas a. Amp m. College. Willie Everitt Wylie 4-h member not Only was High Point Man of the contest but was High in each of the four Jersey divisions. The Taylor county team composed of Everitt Urban Clack and Junior Vancleave All of Wylie made 1,059 Points out of a possible 1,200 in six classes. Troy Ray Mal Lon is alternate. There were Only 85 Points Between the first and last place team yet Taylor had a Lead of 17 Points Over second place Tarrant county. Vancleave finished fourth As an individual and Clack was fifth. Vancleave was third in judging holsteins and Clack was third in placing jerseys. Counties competing were Taylor Tarrant Smith Ellis Hopkins Dallas Eastland Lamar Erath and Parker. Searchers fail to find Schoolman Crockett March 18 a up _ searching parties Oyt since Early Friday had failed to find j. Dudley Poole 35, mathematics teacher who j disappeared from a Neches River camping party late thursday night. Poole who had taught in a number of Texas schools during the past 16 years lived at Ratcliff. Searchers tracked him to the Edge of the River now swollen to a depth of 20 feet by flood Waters j and it was feared he had drowned members of the Ratcliff acc Camp were dragging the River. F

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