Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on May 2, 1965 · Page 66
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 66

Lubbock, Texas
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Sunday, May 2, 1965
Page 66
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Sunday Morning, May 2. 1965—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL . » E-3 SEARS L ' Ebl t K AND CO Shop at Sear* and Sa\e **»IM»< tlon 4.ui»r»nl**il or 1 mir Uni I* SEARS MUlit HtII It* I, ItHniMii. Irido I w ■ ni i« I il in Miwdit iN'n%(t»\, tiiiiidti I Rem |n I m in >llop ;i! >rar* ami Sa\r ^iHlfdilliiU « i il <i I mtfril nt t mir Mi'iin I’m k Muli» hoi i;v I iií mI.í \, \\ rtliK’sita v, I rnl.i >, 9 Ul lu f» >|oiiil,i\, lliu’silix salimi,in, 9 UlloU I a.shton ( i ist s No M ore \t Scars JVew Design Offered In Hotel Rooms By FREDA Mr\ AY \lomen'* Editor Women’s editors from throughout Texas, accustomed lo a hotel room that looks like a hotel room, were treated to a pleasant surprise recently at the unveiling of a new program at the Statler-Hilton Hotel in Dallas. As guests of Arthur Griffith, general manager of the hotel ★ ★ ★ ★ and former Lubbock hotel man, the traveling newspaperwomen got a "first" look at the new "Lady Hilton" program, featuring newly redecorated, fetnin- inely-ap[K>inted rooms. Griffith, along with Mrs. Jo Fischer, Lady Hilton, representative. hosted a reception and cocktail jtarty for the women's editors before the unveiling of the looms. After the "grand tour" women of the press were guests for dinner and the Carmel Quinn show in the Statler Hilton’s Empire Room. Assist With Reception Assisting with the hospitalities were Orville McDonald, the Hotel's public relations man. and Mrs. Griffith, also a former Lubbock resident and sister of Mrs. William Harrod. The Ladv Hilton rooms, “CALLING LADY HILTON"—Surrounded by the color-coordinated , femininely- appointed decor in a Ixidy Hilton room , a model illustrates the special services provided for uomen travelers , as she phones the Lady Hilton representative , who is on hand to a^i't with the personal needs of u'omen guests at the Statler Hilton in Dallas. which seemed like "havens" for travel-wearv females, were designed to appeal to taste, as well as to provide the maxi mum in comfort and convenience. Color is the key word, and sets the pace In drapery, spreads, bed linen floral arrangements. lamps and telephone Practical accessories in the Lady Hilton rooms are jewelry trays, pin cushions and special skirt and dress hangers. A bright s| h > t of the program for the woman traveler centers on the bath room, A specialb lighted make-up mirror is provided, along with such luxury touches as bath salts, hosiery hangers, shower caps, colored bath linen and bath scales. In addition, ample shelf and counter space w as provided for cosmetics ! An especially popular service for the women will be late maid service which includes tidying the room and bath in the evening and preparing the bed for sleeping. In add it ion. the Lady Hilton guest may obtain an iron, ironing board, hair drver. extra pillows or blankets by telephoning the housekeeper Women traveling with s>na11 children can exjiect bottle warmers, cribs, disposable diapers or strollers to be available Competent baby sitters can be engaged with short notice And, according to Mrs Fischer, a woman traveling alone ran even (all llie housekeeper for aid in zipping up her dre<s good news for the woman who is used lo having her husband help with such details' Announce« New Room* The announcement of the rooms was made last month by Griffith, in a joint release with Conrad N. Hilton, chairman of the board and Robert P Williford. president of the Hilton Corporation. Each hotel in the Continental United States will maintain a selected number of rooms for the exclusive use of women guests. The Statler Hilton in Dallas rooms. The lives, Dallas lobbv < ojiened Lady Hilton rcprcsenta- such as Jo Fischer in w ill be available in ihe if the hotel io ,1 ss ist with the personal need- of women gucsis. She will offer suggestions on shopping areas, information on what to do in 1 he city and place restaurant reservations Through the reservation service she can arrange hotel accommodations in other Hilton cities. Advance reservation requests can be made for Lady Hilton rooms through any of the ,'U)0 world-wide Hilton reservation service outlets. Griffith and Mrs Fischer believe that this carefully designed program will meet the aesthetic and practii al preferences of the important market represented by women on the go. And. especially for the newspaper woman, "on the go" every day, the crowning touch of thrt visit was the offer, eagerly art epted hv most, of breakfast in bed a luxurv too rarely enjoyed bv anv of its! *IO ris< HER 'Laris llilton* Niitm* Trxan Heroines *L h I v llilton A former resident of Amarillo, Mr« Jo Fischer, director of personnel of the Statler llilton Hotel, Da'las. has also been riven the title of "Ladv llilton liepresentativ e" foi the Dallas pro | icrtv Arthur Griffith, general manager of the Dallas Statler llil­ ton. in making the announcement, said Mrs. Fischer would serve in the "Lady Hilton" capacity in addition to her principal duties until such time in the ne;ir future when a full time representatives will be named. The announc ement was made to coincide with the launching of a new program catering to the woman traveler 11ilt*>n Hotels. coast to coast have been re-decorating and re-accessorizing a number of rooms in each t Hv to lie designated as "Lady llilton Rooms" and to I*«' util­ izer! onlv by women guests with Griffith, to the group of womenv editors from major newspapers throughout Texas, who were invited foi the unveiling of the rooms recent Iv in Dallas Mr Fischei a native Texan, has had an illustrious career and at present holds flown <>ne of the most important women's positions in the hotel industry in America Currently serving as director of personnel for the Dallas Statler Hilton, which employs some 800 persons, she < -------------------------------- m was formerly director of personnel of Johnson & Johnson, Dallas plant, and started her career in personnel and public relations with Robert R Young and his C & O Railroad She has been in the present position at the Statler Hilton for the past 10 years. You ( an ( .mint ( >n I s . . . W or Fin-On Hair Pirn*—I nlimitrrl Hair-Do«» ij|>-tnimn tlrr^o in arrtatr iloiiblr knit lake vour pitk of elegant spring fashion*-—ever) one a triumph of design . fashioned ot \oft-ioiuh fuhrit that putkt and wears like a dream! ( nine in the>e vers attractive colors: Hlaik, bright green or bright blue a Sleevelet \heuth m ribbed ottoman weave. Dropped waist. Available in junior > i / i >. Two pit plain knit Mi junior >i/e^ b, Iwo puier Mee vele« overhlouse in ribbed ottoman weave, *lim vkirt t sieeviM viminei in ribbed ottoman weave \va>lable in nmses si ( Il KKtil II on Revolving < barge rooms of thè Lady IUltori program fratine spenai lighting, fiorai dei or and mirroring. designai especiallv to facilitate applvmg mole tip. a v n ell r/v provtding addit tortai lutur\ tour he v Former Lablutchile Is Dallas Ilitici Manager You < an ( ouni on I « , . . Quality ( osts No More it Sears HIGH-FASHION FORMULA: knits on llic <lonl»lc! Dallas’ Statler Hilton Hotel one of the busiest units in the large F S. chain, has a native Texan and fornici Lubbot k resident for its manager Art Griffith, who was bom .«t Daingerfield in East Texas ar i grew up in the Lubbock .»re;) is manager of the 1,000-room Hotel Mr and Mrs Griffith were hosts recently to an assembla zr of women's editors from throughout Texas who i ame as guests of the Hotel for the opening of the new "Ladv Hilton" nxims for women travelers Mrs Griffith is a sister of Mrs William Harrod. whose husband is conductor of the Lubbock Symphony orchestra. Griffith and his familv moved to Dallas from Pittsburgh, Pi. where he managed the Pittsburgh Hilton He be ;an his hotel career on SepI 1. If* 0 when be wet1! to work for the Old Hilton Hotei he it I now the Caprock Hot el t as night elevator operator lie laici did stints in hotel auditing al Abilene and K1 Paso, and moved up through Ihe H inagement o« helons of the Hilton chain ' I mjoss Ihev tried to make* a Midwesterner or an Fa t««m out of me. and failed, so thev sent me ha« k to Texas," he joked Before the unveiling of tlv* rooms, Griffith told the women's editors that th^ "hotel look" was being supplanted by a femtnely-apt«>inted room the Ladv Hdton guest might expoet to find when vi itmg a friend's home DOI'BI.F BLDfíOOM A Ladv Hilton room with specially-designed double bed facilitici ti available at the Dallas Hotel. Hu'lwnds may abo stay in a Isidy llilton room, if they don't mimi the “feminine toudi " riioM *i ut* Im %ll \ '«ir llair I'irce \**t*iU < ll\t{iil I I on Si m* Iftwniting ( bargt* : ,Mother's bunda. 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