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and front World Tour Progressive Dinner Is Given By Carolyn Hunt Club Planned by Mrs. Louis Yarrnuk and Mrs. D. E. Sparlin,and assisted by the club president, Mrs. Leroy Julian, members of the Carolyn Hunt club enjoyed a world tour progressive dinner party Friday evening when they first at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sparlin, 1707 Oak, for canapes and punch. p The idea that prompted the par- suggested because ench had so many souvenirs ty was member sent by liar husband while serving In the armed forces In varioos countries around the world. When the group visited the Sparlin home, the house was decorated with souvenirs from Africa and the hostess served the canapes on black and yellow straw plates, with leopard and snake akins, alligator boots, small ebony articles as .veil as jewelry, native spears and wool blankets being noted in the reception rooms. Harold Short won the prize in a guessing game. Following this, members and their husbands went to the home o{ Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Ramey, 512 Fort Sill blvd., where a Filipino fruit salad was served. A collection ot articles was seen on the mantel which Included pictures, woven fiber shoes and a pair of hand-carved and hand - painted wooden shoes with bended toes. A pineapple linen cloth was used on the table and other things displayed here Included shell and coin jewelry, fiber bags, hand-painted wooden Tans and embroidered handkerchiefs, showing t y p i c a l Philippine scenes. For the soup course, the group went to the home of Mr. and Mt'd. Yarmuk, 1003 Arlington, where Japanese rice and chicken imip was served. Her house was overflowing with Japanese articles, Including two silk flags of the Rising Sun, chop sticks, paper fans, kimonos, various pieces of silk In beautiful colors, Japanese money and the most prized possession of all, a string of cultured pearls. The main course was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lrt3roy Julian, with the hostess serving 11- pJian spaghetti and meat balls, with French bread. The Italian motif was most prevalent here, European of Mount where guests viewed glass goblets, pictures Vesuvius, Leaning Tower of Pisa, maps of cities of Naples and and flag from Naples, also the allan flag. While In the servlc?, Mr. Julian flew over all the scenes depicted by, these pictures, which also Included the remaining- columns of the Ola* Roman empire. The dining table was covered an Italian silk scarf of gold and red, .topped with brass candelabra holding five red candles and nere the hostess displayed two bayonets and To the saber. home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Short, 312 Fort. Sill blvd., the guests gathered for ah American dessert of frozen lemon pic and coffee. Her table featured rhe red, white and blue motif which was made from crepe paper of choson colom. Red candles in star- shaped crystal holders Illuminated the scene. x Attending wcce Mr. a n d Jack Cummins, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sasser, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Gli- ley, Mrs. Ernest Cavett and Sen. and Mrs. Bill Logan, In addition to the hosts and hostesses. ' E A S T S P E C I C o l d W $20.00'Values . . . $12.50 $15.00 Values .- . . $10.00 $10.00 Values . . , $5.00 Machine and Machineless Permanent* $5. to $10, "We Need Your Hair in Our Business"

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  1. The Lawton Constitution,
  2. 16 Mar 1947, Sun,
  3. Page 14

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