The Caddo Herald
March 29, 1929
Miss Alice Y. Lee, a Chinese girl of San Francisco, a graduate of the American Institute of Banking, is the first of her race to become a banker in California.
Mme. Daw Hmee Khin, bachelor of laws, is the first woman to be appointed a judge in Burma.
Mrs. J. J. Jaranowaki, who had previously devoted herself to her duties as a housewife, was recently appointed a recorder of Cook County, Illinois, at a salary of $9,000 a year.
Mrs. Roscoe Vaughn, of Wichita, Kan. is the first president of the Women’s Aeronautical Association.
Mrs. Ada B. Clodfelter is mayor, postmaster, and station agent at Garber, Mo.
Mrs. J. C. Plowman and Mrs. R. V. Denman, twin sisters of Enfield, Eng. celebrated their golden weddings on the same day.
Mrs. Esther Herndon, 103 of Bromwich, Eng. has been a widow 83 years.
Florence De Villier traveled from South Africa to Philadelphia to have removed a paper clip which had been in her lung for 12 years.
Mrs. Jane Madeville of Port Crane, N.Y., will cast her first vote on her 99th birthday, thereby laying claim to being the oldest new voter in the country.