The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 21, 1963 · Page 14
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 14

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
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14 THE UAWTON CONSTITUTION, Wednesday, August 21/1963 Bride-Elect Is Honored With Coffee Miss Linda Richardson, bride- elect of Preston Holsinger, was honored with a coffee in the home of Mrs. W. D. Ford Jr.. 1906 Euclid. Co-hostesses were Mrs, Ralph Boucher and Mrs. Julius Bahla. Miss Richardson, daughter ol Mv. nnd Mrs. Darwin Richardson, 2111 Dearborn, nnd Mr. Holsinger, sen of Mr. and Mrs. \Virt Hol- sinscr. 133S Cherry, will be married at S p.m. Saturday. Aug. 24, in (lie chnpel of the First Baptist clv.irch. TV bride-elect wore a corsage of while rosebuds, sift o f ' i h e hostesses, and Mrs. Ric'naidson a n d ' , Mrs. Holsingei' wove while glnmel- lia corsages, as they greeted approximately S3 suesls. Miss Rc- nrrea Richardson registered RUCSIS for the event honoring her sister. Miss Richardson's colors of white and ice drocn wove carried out in decorations, which included a wa-: lormelon boat docornied with · whuc daisies and dusters oJ preen i Era ues. Coffee, sofi drinks, nmbread sandwiches and cookies w e r e scrvrrl trom a table covered \viih I B white cmworls cloth. Prcsidins ! fit ihe table were Mrs. Roscr \Vy-1 an!, Mrs. Ronnie Hartlinp, Mrs. . Jimmy Gilbcil and Miss Carolyn '· Rhody. Willing Workers HD Club Meets In Locust Grove Willing Workers Home Demonstration club ot Locust Grove community met in ihe Community House to honor Mrs. John Siebold nnd Mrs. Damon Wnison. who had August birthdays. Mrs. Joe Fullcrion was hostess, nested by Mrs. Cecil Watson. Mrs. Jess Townlcy and Mrs. Claude Watson. Gayla Ferrc-ll. member o( Central hiph school's -i-'rl club, presented a demonstration, which won fii'sl plai'C in liio sia:e roundup at Siillwaier. The talk. "Weapons of fashion." concerned \vhai colors, styles and maierials each type person should wear. Watermelon, cake, cookies, nuts and tea were served to those mentioned and Mrs, Jimmie Mas- scy. Mrs. Sylvia Owens, Mrs. Ralph To'iford. Mrs. \Vr.pht Hankins. Mrs. Walter Stroud, Mi's, Floyd Householder. Mrs. Henry Fields, Edwins and Joy Rhewalt, Nellie Fullerlon and Ruby Watson. P-TA Group Sets Cookout Members ot !he Robert E. Lee Parenl-Teacher association executive board voted last night to open the 1953-54 year with a hamburger cookoul lo be held on die school patio, it was announced by Mr. and Mrs. David Blewett, co-presi- denls, Dipt, Rudy Schuver was named chairman of the commi' L iee on arrangements for Ihe program which will begin at 5 p.m. Sept. 6, The hamburger cookout. which will .be followed by a business meeting ar.d program o[ e n t e r t a i n - ment featuring vocalist Johnny Mackey, is one o[ 10 programs recommended by the program committee headed by Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Atlebcrry, first v i c e presidents. Other committees find chairmen include: Historian, Mrs. Gary 0!i- ver; parliamentarian. Mrs. Margaret Pen-in; publications. Mrs. Erika Schubert; p u b l i c i t y , .Mrs. Dimple Joern and Mr. Alleberry: school carnival, Capt. \\. D. Medford and Robert Lawrence: sludy groups. Mrs. John Clabes and Mrs. Donald Locke: ways and moans, Capt. and Mi's. Schuver; procedure book, .Mrs. Tommy Johnson; yearbook. Mrs. G. D. Dennis and Mr, Attebciry: civil defense, Ray Gillin; savins* stamps, Mrs. James Smalling: legislation. Darrell Bigbie: hospitality. Mrs. Frances j Curb; and room mothers. Mrs. Bill : LeOair and Mrs. Harry McNeight. The executive board met Tuesday night ,nl the home of the Blewetl?;, 239 North wood Place. AFTER-DARK STYLES. The Biki fashion house of Milan presented these creations at the Florence show of Italian fall and winter fashions. The dress is of black jersey in a straight clinging line with an ornamental motif of stones around the neck and at the front neckline. The evening dress is worn with a. fur mantle of white ermine, lined with laminated damask, (AP Wirephoto) Wives Hold Coffee The patio oJ the Tort Sill Of'. ficers c)ub wfls , ne SMnc im . a cof . . . Union Auxiliary Being Organized Creation of an Auxiliary'to Local Union 214. Amalgamated Meal Outers and Euu.-her Workmen, was announced Today by Mrs. Eu- inj; Cox. temporary president. The Ei'oup was organized durinp. the union's August, meelinc, and expects to receive its charter soon. Persons eligible for membership Include wives, mothers, sisters and dauphtcrs of the union members, ax -A-oll as women who thcmseliTs belong ro ;he union. A membership drive will continue throuch August, and intercsied persons may call Mrs. Cox at EL3- 0328, or Mrs. Claude Brazzel at EL5-5349. Temporary' officers, who were elected at the union meeting, are Mrs. Cox, presidcn:; .Mrs. Sdriie Butlram, vice president, and Mrs. Brax.zcl, secretary-treasurer. Other prospective a u x i l i a r y members attending the meeting ·wore Mrs. Alvin Hathaway, Mrs. Thomas Williams, Mrs. George York, Mrs, T. J. Clark and Mrs. Martin Garret!. Group Honors Mrs. Christin Mrs. C, A. Christin Jr. was honored with a farewell coffee Tuesday morninc at the Fort S"J Polo club. Wi\ r c£ of officers of the Research and Analysis Division ot the Tactics and Combined Arms Department were hostesses, Mrs. B. L. Boycc poured coL'ee. Iced lea. sweet rolls, assorted fin- ccr sandwiches and a basket of melon balls were also served, A farewell cjilt of a candy dish comaininc an arrangement of ·white chrysanthemums was presented to Mrs Christin. Others present were Mrs. C. G. Kuelhkc, Mrs. J. A. Osborne. Mrs. E. M, Landrum Jr., Mrs. T. J. Huxford, Mrs. Vcmon Moore, Mrs. T. L. Madison, Mrs. E. J. Bray. Mrs, A. R, Stem and Mrs. R. B. Warren. ! officers of ihe 3rd Target Acquisi- I tion Bauallon. 26th Artillerj-. i | Mrs. James E. Hurlbut, Mrs. ! i Edward C. Navage and Mrs. Dean j \ L. \Vindpassen scn'ed blueberry | muffins, sweet rolls, coffee and : !iced tea. ; Durini; the business mcciine. ; conducted by Mrs. Charles R. Weeks, wife of the battalion cxocu- ; live officer, Mrs. Robert Reed was ' appointed treasurer, and Mrs. ' Thomas G. Liehtner. 1621 X. -57th, ' was named hostess for the Sep- ; tembcr coffee. j Farewell trays were prescnied j to Mrs. Henry M. Bradford and ' Mrs, Fernando Llorens-Montero. ; Others present included Mrs. i Joseph W. Lewis, Mrs. Louis M. i j Shriver, Mrs. Henry 7. Warren, '· \ Mrs, Glen E. Ferguson, Mrs. j j Thomas A. Ralston, Mrs. Henry j | C, Southwood and Mrs. Steve A. I Porter. N. M. UPHOLSTERY CO. SPECIAL PRICES Next 3(1 ilny* on nil upholMrrinu. LoweM prices |im,sllili- w i t h n.imllry workmnn^hlp. Cnll now for Sivclnl prle«. EL7-2436 1718 Smith NEED FURNITURE? Everything you need for your new home on one time poymenf plan with no down payment! Nationally advertised lines furniture, carpet, bedding and appliances at lowest possible prices. Give ui a fry before you buy. Special prices on house groupi. Open Evcningi 'til 8:00 p.m. FREE DELIVERY 1509 Cache Rd. EL 5-2040 enroll now! openings still available in YOU Spend 1/3 Of Your Life In Bed Be Goad To Yourself your Back Get the mHttross that slnepy people and orthopedic surgeons atrreo on . , , St. Andrew's Jr. Dance Class Per WolvertorTs Furniture-Appliance -Since 1901- at St. Andrew's Parish Holl 14th and D Avenue TUESDAY 6:30 p.m.--Sixth Grade Beginners 7:45 p.m.--Junior High Beginneri WEDNESDAY 6:30 p.m.--Sixth Grade Beginneri 7:45 p.m.--Junior High Advanced Classes begin September 17th for 14 weeks . . . Instructed by Storey'and Barton School of Dance. For Information or Enrollment Contact! Mrs. Charles Graybi EL313551 or Mrs. Don Richardson Sponsored by St. Andrew's Church Auxiliary, St. Andrew's Guild'and Bishop Cassidy Guild Officers Wives Meet For Coffee Wives o.' oUicers ol the 41st Artillery Group met in the home ol Mrs. C, M. Sheldon for t h e i r monthly colfee. Mrs, S. R. Ross, wife ol the group commander, presided, and welcomed Mrs. C, K. Harris, wife of the newly-assigned group executive officer. Farewells were said to Mrs. P. F. Wilson, wife of Ihe J departing executive officer, a n d Mrs. D. C. Warren, wife of the assistant chaplain. The hostess served coffee, iced tea. assorted pastries and cranberry loaf. Others Rltending included Mrs. M, R. Close. Mrs. W. L. Lewis, Mrs. L. E. lleedum. Mrs, R. D. Carpen:er, Mrs. R. G. Crockett, j Mrs. \V. L. Pryor. Mrs. W. L. Martin and Mrs. R, G. Edmonsan. ^ Scene Of Coffee Is Officers Club Twenly-four Wives of officers of Ihe 1st Ordnance Group attended the group's coffee Tuesday morn- inR in the Officers Club. Mrs. Elberl Chancy was hostess. Mrs. Richard Mabiy and Mrs. Raymond Wade poured. A guesl. Mrs. Dannia W. Helum. was welcomed, and farewell irays were presented to Mrs. Donald Lewis, Mrs. Robert Roten and Mrs. Robert Schalilz. A while elephant sale was also conducied by rhe proup. E S P E C I A L L Y Tipton Plans Street Dance Tipton's Free Fair will be kicked off with a '.sired dance Thursday night on Main street, The evenl, which is open to the public, will begin at S:30 p.w.. i Onlookers, as well as particl- j panls in the square dancing, are 1 invited, officials said, PIANOS ORGANS 1629 C.iche Ro:i] \ -n.oi . o.o^i Dial EL'-l-tSS SOOKWEJ.L PIANO AND ORGAN CO. Baldwin - Hamilton - Acrosonic -- Howard Pianos Baldwin Organs [or the Home or Church Rentals -- Used Pianos -- Piano Tuning HINTS COLLECTED BY WHS. D»n KBBEB. MOTHER OT I suppose almost every molhcr worries about [humb- f" 'r^S^?' s l l c l : i n S a l o n e i ·.'··«H"?- : "';- : ' : ' t i m e or a n o t h e r . H u t most experts agree i h a i if not overdone, it's perfectly normal, rarely h a r m f u l . Things l h a i may cut down excessive Ihumbsuckinc: If a young baby Mtcks hi; s h u m b hisiily. it could he lhai he needs more lime al breast or boltle. Te*ih*n who *uck their i h u m h ^ to soothe tender pums will pet hilinc s s l i s f u c l i o n from Gerbcr Teelhinc Iliscuil.t. Toddler* cnn often be distracted from L h u m h M i c k i n p w j i h 2-*ay gnmes or do-5omctliinc loys. Babyhood bailc. All-npe bnbies benefit from specially prepared cereal.' for ihe special food value* they supply. Gerbcr B a h y Cereals arc enriched wiih iron, calcium Find B-vitsmins . . , nuLricnn needed every Any. Cerler Cereal? »re nlso prepared with your baby's enlinj p l e a s u r e i n m i n d , Flavor* nrr plciimmly mild, the way babie.« prefer them . . . the tenure extra- nice lo the tongue. And they «iir to tmooLh perfection La jcconds . . . stay ihnt way ripni down to Ihe lasl sallsfyinp spoonful Reguloling idea. When your baby is ready lo po on a 3 s c h e d u l e , y o u ' l l find a chnnpe of vcnc or fi hil of a l i c n i i o n w i l l help i him vail oiil a ! half hour or w lo m e e l h i * n c a ' .schedule. Hnbies arc aclapiahle and w i l l iivjnll;. 1 ".eulc for auen- lion if the wnii isn't loo lonp. Growmp kJ»a. Your baby pairw more in hciphi nd wciph: ihe first year lhan [he next lu-o pir. lordlier. Thai'."; why il's j" = " - -"^ importHnl lo ice ' -^" clfH t h a i he pel* plcniy of pro'cin food?... V ftff Ihe preal " h c l p i n c yyj^^^ hands" of growth. Gerher Siniincd and J u n i o r Mc;iL, arc hiph in precious protein, eTtcn-lnw in f;u nnd ensy aj cnn he lo dlpc^l. M;ide f r o m s p e c i a l cut-, tcletlcd by Armour. Lhcy're proceved by an cjtclinrvc mclhod which insures i h e w o n d e r f u l l y smooth, moisl lexiurc LheM: q u n l i t y meaLs arc famous for. Gcrber Baby Foods, Bo* 72. J-'rcmonL, Michigan. BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL SELLING EVENT Pick a Pair of Each! CLASSIC OR CONTINI LOAFERS Regularly $6.99 Only SPECIAL NOTICE Lawton High School Yearbook Pictures Sophomore Class Yearbook Pictures will be taken Aug. 19 thru Aug. 23, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Boys - wear coat and tie. Girls -- w e a r round neck dress or blouse. HANKIN T S STUDIO fn Beautiful English Wax Caff Look elegant at a little price . . . in these smart campus styles. Also in black Icather'-or black suede. Sizes 5 to 10 in narrow and medium widths, 'uppers ol leather Uie Your Parisian Charge Account OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. THURSDAY DOWNTOWN ONLY SALE BERKSHIRE Stockings o AUGUST 22 TO SEPTEMBER 7 Now save on famous seamless and fullfashioned Berkshire stockings during Berkshire's sensational once- a-year sale! Treat yourself to sheer sheer Berkshires with the amazing NYLOC" J Run-Barrier. NYLOC is guaranteed to scop runs starting at top or toe from entering the sheer leg area -- or you get a new pair free! Get your Berkshires now at these money - saving prices! · .. Reg:T.35 --__ NOW 1.09 3 Pairs 3.19 Reg. 1.50 NOW 1.19 3 Pairs 3.49 .Reg. 1.65 NOW 1.29 3 Pairs 3.79 USE YOUK PARISIAN CHARGE ACCOUNT! Store Hours Thursday Downtown 9 to 9 Cache Road Square 10 to 9. DaUy

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