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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Abilene, Texas Monday evening May 8. 1939 the Abilene reporter news fee in on k31c Page five former Abile Nian feted As she returns for visit after 20-year residence in France Ink tto ring to Abilene after an absence of 3.&Quot> years Joel Dillon a known Bere As Janie Lap Owakim devoted two Days to visiting her Early girlhood friends. Miss Dillon arrived saturday morning by plane from san Francisco where she attended the exposition and left Early last night on an american airlines ship for new York City. Miss Dillon and her Mother mrs. Sam Lapowski Pioneer Abi Lenin returned last october from France where they had lived for 20 years. Going to France to do canteen work during the world War miss Dillon a ame Back to her native land for the first time in the fall of 1938. She owns a Home in France on the Brittany coast but spends Mast. Of her time in parts where she and her Mother maintain an apartment. While in new York they Are living at the Savoy Plaza. They have been visiting mrs. Lapowski s Only son. Clarence Dillon. In his Long Island Home and another daughter. Mrs. Evelyn Hay. At Philadelphia. Mrs. Hay whose Home is in new York state is temporarily living in Philadelphia. News of her family formed the principal topic of conversation As miss Dillon greeted Long time friends at a Tea for which mrs. Henry Sayles or. Was hostess in late afternoon hours sunday at her Higland Avenue Home. Mrs. Sayles daughters. Mrs. Caroline Godwin and mrs. Russell Sanford and her granddaughters. Harriet Godwin and Nancy Sanford received guests. The Tea and other entertainments were hurriedly planned after miss Dillon a unheralded arrival. She was the House guest of or. And mrs. Bernard Hanks. Mind your manners smart answer to hat question new York Ardmore guests attend Tea among mrs. Sayless Tea guest Wei a two former Abile fans who were also being greeted by friends of Many years. Mrs. Knox Mcgowan of new York City the former Alice Lowdon called with her Mother mrs. Elsie Mot Lowdon. While calling alone was mrs. A. C. Mccall of Ardmore the former Mallie Butler who is a guest of her sister mrs. J. W. Red. Mrs. Red a 111 and could not attend the Tea. Test your knowledge of Correct social usage by answering the following questions then checking against the authoritative answers below i. Should you ask a person of he is willing to give you a recommendation before offering i name As a reference 3. Should a business woman Wear extremely Long fingernails brightly painted. 3. Is it a Good idea for a girl who wants to get ahead in the business world to have unmistakably bleached hair 4. Is it suitable for a business girl to use Mascara and Eye Shadow during office hours 5. Are thin. Sleeveless blouses suitable for office Wear what would you do Lff your employer shows you a mistake in a letter which he dictated to you a say that you Are sorry and offer cheerfully to write it Over b say Quot i m sure that is the Way you dictated it c show that you think it is silly to Type the letter Over ans of is 1. Yes. 2. No. 3 no it tends to make her look cheap or anyway frivolous. 4. No. 5. No. Best Quot what would you do solutions to. Col. Lindbergh in new uniform at amp to president s salary tops 1938 corporation pay Washington May 8.�? up a Walter Gifford received $209,350 As president of the american Telephone and Telegraph company in 1938, thereby heading the list of corporation executives whose compensation was reported today to the securities commission. The Only other executive listed who received More than $200,000 was Robert c. Stanley Board chairman of International Nickel of Canada. Ltd his 1938 remuneration was $204,700. Nineteen corporation officials received Between $100,000 and $200,-000, while 65 received Between $50,-000 and $100,000. William s. Knudsen. President of general motors got $193,713. Alfred p Sloan jr., chairman received $164,450 others earning $100,000 or More included w. S. S. Rodgers president of Texas corporation $100,000, and t. Rieber chairman of Texas corporation. $100,000. Other annual reports included Texas corporation Harry t. Klein vice president. $75,000. Texas Gulf Sulphur company Walter h. Aldridge president $50,-700 and Wilber Judson vice president $40,450. Before packing Wool clothes away if you want to avoid Moth damage Here s what to do. First expos All garment Blanket etc., to sunlight. Then have them dry cleaned or a pm pleased or Brush them very thoroughly. Next get a Nan of Bee Brand insect powder and after cleaning out the clothes cheat or trunk thoroughly Sprinkle Bee Brand powder liberally in in Corners and Over the Bottom. I a a Sheet of paper Over this powder and place clothe on top. Finally cover garment with More paper and Over it All Sprinkle a covering of Boe Brand c insect powder. In the fall your clothes will he clean fresh and i Bee free from Moth Hole. I a a i Bee Brand insect Goweter i n it Xhu really kills Moths yet it s in p�?1 Safe to use around the House. For been on the genuine Boe Brand insect powder in the red and yellow la it my can. It a sold with a guarantee of i in i Lii sobs hid Ion or your Money Buri. Hiim three Sixes 10. 2bi, 60�. Note you con also kill Moths and other flying insects a cell of Roaches and ants truth Boe Brand insect Spray. Read direction on con. A smart answer to the question of Mother s afternoon hat is of smooth Moss Green Straw rolled smartly up on one Side and pinned there by Cluster of White Narcissi and shaded Pink roses. Its set Over a Bead studded hairnets some thing new in coiffure accent which serve both to hold them smooth and to add a Little color. Young Austin Singer gives dramatized concert Here a new program set up the combined Art of dramatization with concert singing marked the sunday concert Given by Walter Kinsolving Kerr of Austin for a Large number of i Abilene friends. Not Only is Young Kerr possessor of a baritone voice of unusual volume of resonance but he has the stage personality to make this Type of entertainment effective. His own impersonation of the characters in the song Quot Hangman Hangman Harvey Enders brought such continued applause from his audience that he returned to give an encore a Shad rack. Bits of news hrs l. P Gay of St. Louis is expected Here thursday for a visit with her Mother mrs. L. H. Bradfield. At the Blue Bird inn. The former Ruth Bradfield of Abilene. Mrs. Gay. Is now in Ardmore to visit mrs. Marvin Douglas the former Lillian Lipscomb of Abilene. Or. And mrs. Tom Bearden Are Enro Ute to new York where they will visit with a brother of mrs. Bearden and see the world s fair. They also plan visits to her relatives in Chicago and Philadelphia and a Short sightseeing trip in Washington d. C. A military Man is col. Charles a. Lindbergh pictured for first time since his return to u. S. In uniform of rank. Lindbergh strides across Lambert Field St. Louis above during Survey of nations air forces. Boosters to elect officers tonight officers to serve Abilene boosters club for six months beginning june 12, will be elected at a meeting of the organization at hotel Wooten men s suits and ladies Plain dresses cleaned and pressed Cash an i carry rec. Call for and deliver service soc Zenith cleaners j174 s. In phone Mai mrs. D. T. Laughter or. Has returned from Houston where she spent the Winter while or. Laughter was in school there. Or. Laughter will accompany his father Back to Abilene after the senior or. Laughter has attended the state convention of Texas undertakers and embalmers in Austin May 22. Or. And mrs. W. C. Fisher have As their House guests mrs. Art Davis of Hollywood mrs. C. D. Jones and mrs. Fisher s Sisters mrs. Margaret Dalton and mrs. Lillian la forge of Dallas. Mrs. Davis is the wife of the radio and film Star Art Davis. Have you heard How dad got out of the Doghouse see saturday evening Post Issue of May 13 tonight. Installation of men chosen to direct affairs of the club will be held at a dinner dance june 12. Officers terms who expire at that time Are Charles Bacon president e. G. Wood first vice president Frank Hobbs second vice president Clarence Solnick. Secretary Eddie Cockerell treasurer de Slaughter Newell Thompson Howard Kuntz Harry minor Mark Womack Bill Reidy Ray Marshall Gene Elo Joe Bell and Bob Sayler directors. Meack and a Abednego David Gulo which he dedicated to i Young Abilene cousins Bunch and Bubba Bass. Opening his program with Quot Avant de quitter Ces Lieux from a a Faust Charles Gounod it the Singer included Quot my phantom double Schubert Quot a Swanny Edward Grieg Quot press thy Cheeks against mine own Jensen. Quot none but the lonely heart Tschaikowsky and a the sea a Macdowell in a second group. Most dramatic interpretation of the program we As that Given e Lowe s Quot Edward and a route Quot marching a words of which were by Kipling and music by George Chadwick Stock Quot deep River Burleig Quot Betsy s boy a a Bone come a knitting by Jacques Wolfe were other numbers Given by or. Kerr or. Kerr s Mother. Mrs. Walter Kerr of Austin was his accompanist. The program was at the Wooten hotel where guests were received by mrs. Kerr s sister. Mrs. Henry j. Bass or. Bass or and mrs. Henry k. Bass and other members of the Bass family. Returning today to Austin or Kerr plans to accompany his voice teacher to new York City Early in june and spend the summer in study there. Graduate of both Hardin Simmons University and the Law school of the University of Texas Young Kerr is employed in the office of the Texas Railroad commission. Announcements Modem drama group of the Oscar h. Cooper Branch american association of University women will meet wednesday at 6 p. In. At the Hilton hotel. Jewell Watson of the Abilene Christian College faculty will discus Quot Modem tramp Gedies Quot and Floyd Hood speech student in acc will read a cutting from Quot you can to take it with May meeting of the travelling menus wives will be held at the Hilton hotel wednesday at 12 15. Wednesday Bible club will meet wednesday morning at 9 30 at the Home of mrs. Fred Mcmeans 1341 South eleventh. Abilene club will be entertained in Sweetwater Home mrs. Bert e. Low is to entertain Abilene Khz Hare Klub members at a one of clock luncheon Friday in her Sweetwater Home mrs. Low was a member of the club when she lived Here. First unit of the woman for urn will observe Texas Day in an open meeting wednesday at 3 30 in the Home of mrs. Hart Shoemaker 502 Riverside Boulevard each member is inviting one guest to hear the program. Bible club no. 2 will meet with mrs. George c. Campbell 742 merchant Street wednesday morning at 9 30. Eleanor Roosevelt child study club will meet wednesday at 3 at the woman a club. Bible club no. 4 will meet wednesday morning at 9 30 at the woman a club for the final study of the season. Annual Fellowship and social meeting of the club will be held May 24. First presbyterian unit no 3 will meet tuesday at 3 p. In with mrs. V. R. Allen. Circles of the first Baptist woman a missionary unit will meet tuesday As follows Ann Bagby mrs. C. C. Compere. 3 30 Annie Sallie mrs. D. W. Written 3 30 Blanche Rose Walker mrs. J. M. Cook 3 Hannah. Mrs h. O. Beasley 3 Helen w. Pearce mrs. W. K Jennings 3 Lottie Moon mrs Travis Jones 3 30 May deter mrs r. A. Collins 3 30 Margaret Jen kens. Mrs. J. B. Buckley to a. Rn., for lunch Lucile Reagan mrs m b. Herring 9 30 a. In. So sum club will meet with or Gene Atkinson thursday at 3 p. In. Change in the bottles mrs. Edith Smith Secretary treasurer of the it a milk fund today announced a donation of $25 to the fund by the Abilene business and professional women s club. Total now in the fund is Only $84.02, far Short of the amount needed for the current month mrs Smith stated. Ladies amp menus sport shirts dub Wooten co West Texas sporting goods Iida 1075 no. 2nd a dial 3663 Ruby c Mcintosh opens 3-Day Art show at museum &Quot\1rs Mcintosh is a conservative a i Painter Hervy irk being powerful and impressive. Her water colors Are spontaneous showing evidence of Swift execution yet there is an ambient scintillation that distinguished Between living and just More paint Harrelle e Trantham Abilene artist said yesterday at the opening of a three Day showing of Ruby Conway Mcintosh work at the West Texas museum. Continuing. Or. Trantham said Quot although specializing in Flower painting mrs. Mcintosh is one of the few professional artist who has mrs. John Hardaway Heads committee to direct Golf tourney mrs. John f Hardaway Heads the steering committee for a scotch foursome to be held at an Early Date under auspices of the Abilene woman a Golf club mrs. Dan a. Gallagher mrs. Will d. Minter mrs. Charles Bacon and mrs. Stewart Cooper club president Are her assistant. Foursome plans were made at the May business luncheon meeting at the Terrace following morning play at the country club. Mrs. Dan Gallagher won the Blind Hole tournament contest and mrs Earl guitar was Winner of a putting contest. Sarah Cresswell mrs. Landon Dorn mrs. Harry Austin mrs. Joe Childers and mrs. Murray Cox were guests of club members for the lunch. Birthdays the reporter news extends birthday congratulations today to the following mrs. Sam p. Baugh g. W p. Coates Sam l. Dryden Jimmy Lawrence Jay mrs. Billy Lyon Gladewater Tom Price Mary Bob Means m. P. Metzger Dorothy Gene Moore Janet Walker pioneered in West Texas Art development and is daily depicting vanishing landmarks that will be of value tomorrow As records of these rapidly changing Plains. Quot a splendid example of her Powers of suggestion is exemplified in her Large Oil painting gnarled Oaks which won the 1936 Cash award of the sixth District Texas federation of women a clubs. A White zinnias also a special Merit it shows the artists knowledge of color As Well As her ability to observe accurately and interpret mrs. Mcintosh received her Art training in Hardin-8immons University the Chicago Art Institute and three summer Art schools for which the creative sketch club was sponsor. She taught Art at me Murry College four years was instructor at Montezuma College. New Mexico one year and taught private classes in Colorado City when she lived there. She organized the Mcmurry Art club and was first president of the creative sketch club she holds membership in both the Texas Fine Art association and the Southern states Art league. For several years she has exhibited locally and has been represented in numerous important exhibits throughout the state. Both Colorado City and Hamlin study clubs have presented her in Solo shows. The creative sketch club is sponsor for the current show which includes 33 of mrs. Mcintosh canvases. The Public is invited to View the exhibition. Mrs. E. P. Mead speaker today for Grissom employees mrs. E p. Mead who returned recently from a tour of the holy land and a Mel her re an cruise discussed her travels at a morning meeting today of employees of Ernest Grissom a. Trophies brought Back from Venice and Palestine were shown by mrs Mead students on Outing fishing and Ball games provided entertainment for fifth and sixth Grade student of Abilene Christian College Academy when they held their annual picnic at Kirby Park. Pictures were made and a picnic lunch was served. On the Outing were Lon Truman Smith. Cullen Earl Cranfill Mary sue Gibson Jack Withrow Billy Ray Snider. Mary Francis Scott Charles Morris. Bob Barnett Thomas Odell Leland Terry James Walter Nichol w. F Vernon Lester Humphrey jr., Margarete Cix j. I. Carter jr., Clarence Yates jr., Wanda Lou Pruitt Earl Thompson. Carroll Ward Smith. Charles Dodson mrs Penn Gilbreth teacher. Or. And mrs. J. Q Carter mrs. Clarence Yates mrs c c. Thompson and mrs Dodson. Sunshine honoured entertaining Sunshine club members Friday in her Amarillo Street Home mrs. Dan laughter used rates snapdragons and Iris in decoration of room where games of "84�?� were played. Salads were served to Mes Reid Mclamore Jay schneiders. Louis Agee. Ewell Jones Fred Hughes Bernice Barnett Joe Smith John Alvis c. L. Ward. E. S. Stewart Stiles r. Allen j. B. Buckley c. C. Compere Clyde Fulwiler c. F. Williams h. L Skinner Lloyd Mccarty Len Smith c. F. Mcdonald. E. E. Hollingshead Bryan Ball w. P. Thompson e. E. West j. L. Warren. Constipation Relief that also pepsin izes stomach when constipation brings on acid indigestion bloating dizzy spells Gas coated Tongue tour taste and bad breath you stomach it probably loaded up with cer Tain undigested food and your bowels done to move. So you need both pepsin to help break up Falt a that Rich undigested food in your stomach and laxative Senna to pull the trigger on those Lazy bowels. So a sure your laxative also contain pepsin. Take or. Caldwell laxative because its syrup pepsin helps you Gam that wonderful stomach Relief while the laxative Senna moves your bowels. Tests prove the Power of pepsin to dissolve those lumps of undigested protein food which May linger in your stomach to cause belching gastric acidity and nausea. Thi is How pepsin izing your stomach helps relieve it of such distress. At the same time this Medicine wakes up Lazy nerves and Muscles in your i bowels to relieve your constipation. So see How much better you feel by taking the irk i laxative that also puts pepsin to work on that stomach discomfort too. Even Fin icky children love to taste this pleasant family laxative. Buy or. Caldwell a laxatives Senna with syrup pepsin at your druggist today i adv one of a series of open letters to the american Public appearing in 477 nears papers and in notional magazines should i buy my new car on the monthly payment plan a yes provided you have an absolute guarantee of your finance company against any hidden charges in rate and a guarantee that you will receive exactly the insurance for which you pay. 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