The Austin American from Austin, Texas on November 25, 1938 · 10
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The Austin American from Austin, Texas · 10

Austin, Texas
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Friday, November 25, 1938
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10 THE AUSTIN AMERICAN, AUSTIN, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1938. Pajamas Arc Popular Give Hosiery For Christmas A Good Housekeeping stamps its O. K. on MQJUQ SILK STOCKINGS At a glance Good Housekeeping's fashion staff could see that Mojud Clari-phane silk stockings are lovely to look at! j Suf Good Housekeeping knows that women are inter-ested in wear, too, so they tested Mojuds, and have guaranteed them on all points. Our Mojuds have also won the approval of hundreds of jour customers, who revel in ithe smartness of their, flawlesstexture and Scree nlite shades-, j while they boast about their wear! 79c to $1-35 v TA Brit Boslery'Vtta In Ttvi' DACY'S 610 Congress For the prep schocl youth, t i pair of smart pajamas, such as shown above, and available in the j city's leading Morn, will prove jever popular. With simple piping ! to Rive contrast to the fabric, ! these w ill make him feel that he ' is really growing up. For Delivery Service Telephone 4391 Relocation of Manor-to-Elgin Highway Being Studiec Court Is To Get Bids on Warrants For Right-of-Way Proposed Route Is To Eliminate Circuitous Road of the Present Pajama Slacks Scouts, Mothers Plan Yule Party Celebration Set Dec. 22 For Representative of the mothers of 21 troops of Austin have laid plans for the annual Christmas party to Austin scouts. Mrs. C. M. Alfnrd. ! chairman of the croup, presided at the meeting. Committees were named to handle the party which Is given along with the December meeting of the court of honor. The j date of this years party is Dec. 22 at th Austin high school. ! Mrs. Doak Rainey. representing ! troop 11 was named chairman of ! the program committee and will i be assisted bv Mrs. Albert Smiih. troop 3: Mrs. J. D. Medcalf. troop 12: and Mrs. C. H. Sturdivant. troop 17. Mrs. Eon Gebhardt. troop 25, was named with Mrs. T. O Norris. troop 19, and mothers from troorjs 20 and 7. not vet selected on j a publicity committee. Mrs. Mike Gilhs was appointed chairman of a committee on arrangements and decorations and to serve with her are: Mrs. J. E. Brick, troop 16, Mrs. Dudley Champion, troop 5. Mrs. T. E. Turpin, troop 13. Mrs. Richard Keuter, troop 2. and Mrs. J. W. Whlttaker, troop 23. The reception and attendance committee is headed by Mrs. J. Bascom Giles, troop 1. with Mrs. Frank Hill, troop 13. Mrs. V. M. Ehlers, troop 12. Mrs. E. T. Spon-berg, troop 19, Mrs. A. B. Cryer, troop 4 and Mrs. H. H. Rogers. j troop 24, as members. Committees were asked to meet, formulate plans and have a gen ral urogram ready to Relocation of State Highway 20 between Manor ind Elgin is contemplated as one of the mator high way Improvements In Travis county during 1939, it has been revealed by Co. Judge George S. Matthews after the county commissioners' court passed an order announcing it will receive bids for the purchase of $75,000 worth of county road and bridge warrants Wednesday, Judge Matthews said the warrants are to be issued to pay for right-of-way for highways In Travis county and also for the purchase of needed road machinery. He said the county had been requested to secure right-of-way on the new route for Highway 20 between Manor and Elgin. The proposed route is a straight line between the two towns, whereas the present route is rather circuitous and passes by Kimbro and Cottonwood creek, the latter overflowing with every heavy rain and stopping traffic. The commissioners' court announced that it will reserve the right to purchase $6,000 worth of the warrants maturing in 19!3 at a price equal to the best bid offered for the balance of the issue as an investment for the permanent school fund of Travis county. The new warrants, to be dated Dec 1, 1938. will bear 3 1-2 per cent interest per annum, interest to be paid on Feb. 15, 1939, and each year thereafter on Feb. 15 and Aug. 15. The warrants will mature on a schedule extending from Feb. 15, 1939. to Feb. -15, 1953. r v a. ... I I 3L - Disastrous Brush Fires Deflected (Continued from page 1) the Travis district scoutcrs' meet ing Thursday, Dec. 1. Dr. Ben Holland, scoutmaster of troop 19, Jud- son wise, scoutmaster or troop 11, pending on the havoc wrought by watersneds. The fire-denuded canyon slopes may become serious flood menaces during winter rains, which are due to start soon. Homes reported destroyed in the Santa Monica area included those of Sam Wood, film director, Otto Carnllo, brother of Leo CarriUo, screen actor, and Laura Mathiessen, noted painter. The $23,000 estate of Actor Richard Dix was reported destroved. ! but it developed later that the I flames veered around ibis as -ll vc a ecu" " submit to i as 150 in the Topanga can 1 1 f A hraiitiiii! flrcssiiig gown of printed royal blue and black silk with a lining i 1 black satin, such as shown above, is si're o please any man on your Christmas gift list for the coming holiday. Maxwell Services Scheduled Today 91-Year-Old Dies Here Yule Cheer Drive Here Progressing Another Discussion Is Set for Friday . yon community of Fernwood, first reponea ournea. Rogers Ranch Saved Spi'PntV-fit.O firemen ...WW land Lloyd M. O'Neal, scout execu-iancj , averted oossible destruc tive, a committee of the scouters j tjon of lne ranch eslaie o thft )ate association, met with the mothers ; Rogers, actor-humorist, while and are ture. cooperating In this fea- New Building Sign Puzzles Messenger "Closed, Go to Alley" said a sign on the new Brown building, now near completion at the intersection of Eighth and Colorado streets. A snappy young messenger boy stopped and s'tudied the sign. Then he murmured: "Aw, go to alley yourself. REPEATED BECAUSE OF POPULAR DEM AN) HELD OVER FOR TWO MORE DAYS FRIDAY and SATURDAY Many Extra Pairs Added to the Already Large Stock! DACY'S ANNUAL i 1 XA I members of his family loaded val- uaDie Deiongings into vans, ready for flight. Possibly 50.000 acres were burned over in the San Bernardino mountain fire which reached almr:t down to the city of San Bernardino Wednesday night. Six CCC youths and four Red-lands firemen among the hundreds of men fighting this blaze were taken to a San Bernardino hospital for treatment for burns. Visit Here Results In Safety Patrol j Visit of JNlrs. J. G. Hamer of Shamrock to Austin will have as a , result establishment of a school : safety patrol in Shamrock. Mrs. Hamer, president of the ; Parent-Teacher association in her ! city, conferred with Capt. Roy Smith of the Austin police department; with Pres. A. T. Knies and the traffic safety patrol sponsors of the Austin Chamber of Commerce, and with officials of the public safety department. She announced a patrol, patterned on those at Austin schools, will be sponsored by the Shamrock P.-T. A. She arranged with -Capt. Homer j Garrison, director of the public safety department, for a state high- ! way patrolman to train the safety j patrol youths in their work. Mrs. tiamer also secured a supply of safety patrol belts from the Chamber of Commerce. Funeral services for Fielding Pope Maxwell. 91-vear-old Texas pioneer who died Thursdav morning at his home on the Cameron road, will be held at the Thurlow Weed Funeral homo Friday at 10:30 a. m. with the Rev. Conway T. Wh-rton officiating. Burial will be In Oakwood cemetery. The eldest son of the late Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Maxwell. Fieldini? Pnno i:;-.-'l ,VP, hnrn in Abdingdon, Va., Feb, 7, 1847. M-ix- -ell volunteered for service with the Southern troops and was at Richmond with Robert E. Lee. After the war hp returned tn his home in Abdingdon, where he remained until 1871. when hp moved to Texas with his parents and set- uea near Austin, tie was married in lbi)4 to Margaret Loughridge daughter of the Rev. A. J. Lough-ridge, nioneer Texas minister Survivors include his widow; four daughters. Mrs. J. M. Kiigore Texas City, Mrs. W. L. Johnson of iort Worth and Miss Anna Maxwell of Austin; three brothers, Dr. F. A Maxwell, J. H. Maxwell and J. W Maxwell, all of Austin; two sisters Mrs. T. P. Washington and Mrs Milton Morris.' both of Austin. Mrs. Marlanna Jessen, chairman of the aecial service exchange committee of the Travis County Social Workers council, has reported prog, ress in the plan of the council tn help coordinate the di.pensing of Christmas cheer in Austin and Travis county. At a well attended meeting of the committee Wednesday, plans were made for coordinator file to clear names of all persons now on lists of the social agencies, and to help those who wish to spread the spirit of Christ-mas. . Miss Emily Hatch and MU Katherlne McKnight were named to make all arrangements for fhe files and to net it in quickly as possible. It was pointed "Ul mrougn wis method manv duplications will be avoided and families that have heretofore been overworked and uncared for may be reported and referred to the proper eroun. Vnlnn . , be ?sked to maintain the file ine attribution of toys to families Will be handled ).,. i. -u. coordinator file and upon proper requisition from agencies in touch with families. A toy shop to re-reive the tovs beinp irntiinr.j v.. the Boy Scouts firemen will CPf 11r nnA . . , i ed by the Austin Girl Scouts under me airertion of Mrs. Violet Spiller Girl Scout director, and volunteer leaders whom she will recruit The location of the shor, and other dc-tails are to be worked out by Mrs Spiller. Everything possible will be done to assure that there is something for all deserving persons and families, according to Mrs. Jessen. and cooperation of all Austin and Travis county is bcin sought in the move. Those attending the meeting Wednesday were: Mrs. Violet Snillar I Misses Emilv Hatch. Katherioe Mc- Pir,np(.r!.Kr,1?l,t Ab,"ai! CLlr,c?- NelIi" Hall, j JT1UUCCX ; Mcsdames Sammv Rankin Charl-. O. Weber. Marinnna .Tessen -r. ' Llovd M. O'Neal. The committee' will meet again Fridav. San Antonio Woman Is Fatally Injured SAN ANTONIO, Nov. 24. T) Mrs. Henry Thulemeyer of San An-tonlo, wife of a social security board official here, was fatally Injured Wednesday in an automobile accident at Flatonia, where she was going to spend Thanksgiving with her family. Mrs. Thulemeyer died near midnight at a Shiner hospital. Hunting Accident Is Fatal to Prof FAYETTKVILLE, Ark., Nov. 24. M') Prof, Malcolm Lyon. University of Arkansas animal industry instructor, was shot and killed Thursday in a hunting accident on the university's farm near here. Coroner Glenn M. Riggs said the shooting was an accident. Former G-Man Dies TULSA, Okla.. Nov. 24. (UP)-Walter F. Trainor, 37, former fed eral bureau of Investigation age whose investigation helped sol the Kansas City union station mi sacre, was dead Thursday after lengthy illness. 666 I Mid. TlhlrU Blve, No,, llrp. Kln COLD! firit dT. Headaches and Fever du to Cnld, In It mlnutM Trjp "Kab-Mr-TUm-.i Wandrrfnl I.lnlm. KELLY 'SMITH E SALE Begins Friday 8 Days Only, Nov. 25 Thru Dec. 3 DIAL 2-3131 Presiding Elder At Llano to Kentucky Spwia! lo The Au!in Amerimn LLANO. Nov. 24. The Rev. John B. Horton. presiding elder of the Llano Methodist district, has resigned his post to accept the pastorate of the Broadway Methodist church in Paducah, Ky, The Rev. Harold G. Cooke of this Kentuckv pastorate, has been appointed to the Llano presiding eldership to succeed the Rev. Horton. Jr? :.?-SN. Sale of DYEING Plain One Ficce Dress (Prints Excepted) Light Weight Coats and Two Piece Knit Suits. 49 79 FELT HATS Cleaned -Blocked Man's and Wo- -man s Felt Hals Cleaned and Blocked. Special. KELLY SMITH AMIUUES f Anna Movie Stars Wed NEW YORK, Nov. 24". (INS) Adrienne Marden, stage and screen actress, and Actor Whitner Bissell spent Thanksgiving honeymooning Thursday. ALL SALES FINAL ALL SALES CASH SALE AUSTIXETTE SHOES Just Aid Sc fc? the Second Pair! 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