The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 21, 1963 · Page 15
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 15

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
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THE LAV/TON CONSTITUTION, Wednesday, August 21, 1963 15 MRS. WILLIAM MOORE Kay McFerrin Stowe Weds William Moore Dr, and Mrs. J. Joel Stowe Jr.. Woodward, announce the marriage o[ r'noir daughter. Kay McFemn, lo William Don Moore. Plainview. Tex., son of Mr. and Mrs. T, C. Moore. Voir.on, Tex. Dr, Stcm'f is a former paslor of Lawton's First Methodist church. The private ceremony was in the chapel of the Kingswood Methodist church, Clevis. N.M., on June 1. The pastor, the Rev. Leonard Gillingham, officiated. Mr. Moore is a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing graduaie of Texas Teeh, Lubbock. a membor of Pi Kappa Alpha social fraternity, and is employed by Inifrnaiional Harvester. Mi's. Moore is a hish school graduate of Okmulgee, where she was on the honor roll and a mem- . ber of the \ationaJ Honor Society. ; She is B.A. graduate of Okla' h o m a City university, and was on ; the honor roll there. I She attended Southeasiem Slate ' College. Durant. where she was a , member o£ Sigma Kappa social I sorority, and held the office of first I vice president. This past year she '· has been a teacher of elementary j grades in Plaim-iew. Texas. She I hns held numerous local and dis: tricl offices in the Methodist Youth i Fellowship and the Methodise Student Movement. She has been Camp Fire Counsellor and Insu-uc- i tor. 1 The couple has established resi- . dcnce at 2102 South 33rd. Apt. 78, ! Lubbock. Texas. Buffet Dance Held To Honor Janet Ann Cox The Inwn of Ilie home of Miss Dixie Massad, 2114 Columbia, was the scene of a buffet dance honoring Miss Janet Ann Cox. Duncan, and her fiance, James Lawrence List, Bartlesville. Miss Cox is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bill Cox, former Lawton residents now living in Duncan, and Mr. List is the son of Mr. and- Mrs. Lester M. List, 3artlesvil!e. The couple will be married Aug. 30 in Duncan. Hors d'oeuvres were served in a bird batli mounted with crushed ice. The buffet table centerpiece was made of ivy and shasla daisies around a statue of Psyche. Out-of-town guests included Miss Judy Richardson, David Markley, Mrs. Pat Morphis, Sherman Lawton and Steve Lawion, Oklahoma City: Miss Darlene Goldsmith and Miss Palli McGuire. Duncan, and John Wen?.. San Diego, Calif. Attending from Lnuion were Miss Genda Kinsey. Richaixl and Robert Haithcock. Miss L o u i s e Rowe, Miss Billie Karen Mercer, Allan Thompson, Miss Linda Griffin, Blake Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Charles \Vade Jr., Mr. and Mrs. | George Bridges Jr.. Miss Janet I Willeit. John Mehew, Miss Mary 1 Moms and Tony While. Abigail Van Buren: This Is Some Summer Vacation! DEAR ABBY: a 15-year- old boy and every day ol my summer vacation I stay home.alor.e and watch television. My mother works all day long, M o n d a y through Friday, and she doesn't want me leaving the house. I have nobody to talk to except the dog, and if somebody · heard the way I carry on a conversation with liim they would think I was nuts. I am not supposed to lei anybody in the house. Can you tell me how I can kec-p from getting bored? A BOY UNNAMED DEAR tTNTS'A-MED: Boredom Is onJy one of your problems. A boy your ape needs fresh nlr, exercise and the compiinlonsliip or nUier young people. Ask your mother It there Isn't a flay cnmp where she can send you. A boy your nge shouldn't be cooped up In the house all summer. * *. * DEAR ABBY: My sister and I have a friend who lives in the same apartment building as we do. Slie v;er,t on a vacation and left the keys to her apartment with Nectarines, Sour Cream Top Waffles Altrusa Club 'Adopts' Boy Allrasa club members met Monday in the home of Miss : Lydia Blount. '222 Nonhwod Dr., j and learned they are the "proud ! parrnls" of a 10-year-old son. adopted through the Foster Parents [ plan. i Mrs. Frances Curb, inlcrnation-: al vclalions chairman for ihe club, · read the boy's case history-. He i s ' Rafael Zamhrano. 10. son of Pedro : Zambrano. Bogota. C o l o m b i a , ! South America. The group discuss- i ed plans for his Christmas package, which will include Rifts for the entire family. Mrs. S. J. Mclntosh, president, conducted the business meeting, and reported thai the club has concession rights to sell the new city flag. The club's membership chair-' man. Miss Anastasin Lane, an-1 nounced that Miss Flora Gates i was approved for membership in ] the club, and Mrs. Mimi Mallon.' ways and means chairman, said hostess for September will be Mrs. : John Bowman, assisted by Miss Nan Westmoreland and Mrs. Margie Sparks. The sroup's ne\t meeting will be a board and dinner meeting at 1 p.m. Monday. Au£. 26, in the Hickory Inn. ·· -i ^ Guests Are Feted With Buffet Supper A buffet supper Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Watson. Ri. 1, honored his sister, Mrs. Gallic Xoesc. and Mrs. Necsc's son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Necse. The three visited in the home o[ The local couple while en route from. Portsmouth, N, H. TO Tucson, Ariz. Present at the buffet were A. M. Fullenon, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Recer, Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Coody, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Watson, Ronnie F.ecer, Wcldon. Everett, Bill and Ruby Wfuson. Debra, Connie and Beverly Coody. Personal Notes Recent .guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Farmer, TO! H. have been three sons and Their .families, Rev, and Mrs. Stanley D. Farmer. Danny and Sarah. Msxwell, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Farmer and Billie J., Iowa Park, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Ixx Farmer, Dallas, Tex., and a daughter and her family. Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell Lowry, Charles and Clifford, Hooker, I Events during their visit includ- \ ed a dinner Saturday in a local | cafeteria, the Ash family reunion 1 Sunday at Quanah Parker camp, and several watermelon feasls. / SOROKITY 1IAS PARTY I Members of Rho Kappa Gamma I sorority met Friday nujhl at the i Hotel Lawtonian for a slumber I party. Plans were made for a rum-' mage sale Saturday at 526 S. 4th, I beginning at 6 a.m. By GAYXOR MA.DDOX .VEA Here is some bad and some good food news from California. Our food spies on the West Coast wived , lhat the avocado crop suffered far ! more severely from the January ' freeze lhan anyone had expected". i As a result there will be very few avocados in any markets outside or California for ihe remainder of the year. Bui sweet nectarines are doinj; fine and will be around our mark- els for a little while longer Try them on waffles if you like changp o! pace recipes. Don'i most cooks? NICTARINE TOPPED WAFFLES M lo 6 Waffles l 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour. Vs teaspoon soda. H teaspoon salr 2 esKS, separated 3 cups dair- sour cream 3 or 4 fresh neclarines 2 tablespoons finely chopped cry-! stallized ginger ] Sift together flour, soda and sail. | Bal eps yolks wiih 2 cups cream; j mix well wiih dry ingredients, j Beat egg whiles iimil s t i f f ; fold , into batter. Bake in waffle iron. | Meanwhile, slice nectarines 10 j make 2 cups. Combine remaininc | aip sour cream w i i h ginger o r ! usp 2 cups sweetened whippet! : cream. Dollop fringer - cream mix- i lure onto cenicr o[ waffles and lop j with nectarine slices, Opti-Mrs. Club Plans Holiday Sale Plans for sale of Christmas holiday items were discussed Tuesday night when the Noon Opti- Mrs. club met in the home of Mrs, Wilbur Burgess. The items, to be sold in connection with the Noon Optimists club Christmas tree sale, will in| cude holiday and practical aprons, ! single and mother-and-daughter I seis. holiday candles. Christmas sioe'kings and net Christmas trees. All items will be made by mem- be re of the Opti-Mrs. club. Mrs. Reginald Dodson. president, named as chairmen Mrs. DaiTold English, holiday candles; Mrs, Foster Harris, holiday stockings; Mrs. C. F. Logan, net trees, and Mrs. Burgess, aprons. Members were asked to choose a suitable project and meet with the chaimien to complete them. The items will be sold on the Optimists club tree lot on Dec. C, 7, 8, 13. K 15. 20, 21, and 22. Refreshments were served by j the hostess. It was announced thai the next monthly meetinc will be in Raymond's Restaurant at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 1". Others attending were Mrs. Hayden treand, Mrs. Charles Pike, Mrs. Carl Cooper and Mrs. Hichard Brantley, SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY Sub-Deb club, Jan Little, 1613 N. 25th, 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Carnation Camp No. 3CG9. Royal Neighbors of America fish fry, Mrs. Floyd Miller, 1411 Arlington, 7 pjn. Lawion African Violet Society, Harmon park, Kth and Bell, 6:30 p.m. Friendship club of First Presbyterian church, Fellowship hail, 11:30 a.m. B a s i c Clothing Construction class Lawton high school rooms 106 and 1H, 8:30-11:30 a.m. ·f * 4 FHA Chapter Holds Party Sixly--fivp members of Eisenhower Junior-Senior High .school's chapter of. the Future Homemakers of America met Monday for a coke party in the home of Sgl. and Airs, Emesi Roscoe, 1713 N. 4Slh. Mrs. Roscoe is a club mother. Glrnda Roscoe, president, conducted ihe business meeting, when plans for the year were discussed and the constitution was read. Teachers present were Mrs. Robert Cook and Mrs. Dawsyne Maddox. her genUeman friend so he could water her plants and look after her goldfish. She hadn't been gone! two days when this no-good g e n - j tlemari friend brought another wo- i man into hT apartment. All the I neighbors know about it and we ' are afraid one of them «ill tell her when she gets back. Should we tell her lirsit, or should we let this man make a fool of her? FRIEMDS DEAR FRIENDS: WHO wns the "ttther woman"? WHY did the "gentleman" Inkc her Ilicre? Unless you ;ire sure of llic fuels, don'I be (lie bearer of such news. And If you ARE sure, even Hicn Uilnk twice. * · f. DEAR ABBY: My husbsnd and I were invited to a wedding. He scarcely knows the people and I have never met them, My husband is a professor, and the bride was a former student.. My husband will be unable to attend as the date conflicts with a previous commitment. Would it be proper for me j to go with my older, bachelor brother? Must we send a gift whether we attend the wedding or not? MUST KNOW DEAR MUST: You were ap- pnrcnllr invited becnusc of ymir HUSBAND'S former nssucinlion nllli the liride. In view of this fiH'.l, RIK! siiiw you know none of (lie people i n v o l v e d , II mJsnt be wise to decline (lie I n v l t a l l t i n . A (rlfl is ALWAYS optional. Get Growing · Pruning · Uisecl Spraying · Fertilizers · Insecticides MODERN LANDSCAPE J208 Sheridan Rd. Et 3-55-M Open 7:30 n.ra. lo 6 p.m. Mon. Thm Sat. FISH ritv A fish [ry will be held by Carnation Camp No. 30G9, Royal N'eigh- j bors of America, on the back lawn j of the home of Mrs. Floyd Miller. I 1411 Arlington, at 7 p.m. Thurs- j day. ! BEAUTICIANS ·TFTRMITES Pcot Control EL5-2134 LAIRD'S ORIGINALS Designing from sketches only. No patterns, samples available. 404 N. ] 9th St EL 3-7391 ,RN DIG ICA f y C MONEY JU~ U nnd up to 5200 Wecldj Enroll Now In S.W Oklnhoma'» oldput n«autv School--In lj\»tnn ·ln«! LMfi . . the quicker ron *lnr1 tho quicker voa tnrn. Ble dcmnnd for op- emton*--men or women. School nour*: 8:^0 n.m. lo 5:30 p.m. TurwfuJ Ihni Snlnrdny Coll or Write Lawton Beaufy School 5f»; .o. " STOREY AND BARTON School of t-he Dance New daises Will Begin September 3rd In BALLET - TAP - JAZZ Clnssw For Children o( All AKC«-- SPECIAL CLASSES FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN (Minimum Aico 4} REGISTRATION NOW BEING ACCEPTED Dial EL 5-4778--Office: 709 Gore Blvd. Studios: -709 Gore nnd 1J10 N. 1Slh Locution 1011 Sheridan [lond (3* HICKORY INN STEAK HOUSE 36th and Gore EL 7-3M3 Now Hours i FM. to 11 P.M. Daily WEEKLY SPECIALS All served with Soup, Relish Tray. Tossed Green Salad, French Fries or Baked or Hash Brown Potatoes, Hot Rolls or Garlic Toast, Ice Tea or Cottee. On Our Menu Daily SPECIAL STEAK 54 80 DINNER ________ X Mondays and Tuesdays Special Cut S* 98 CLUB STEAK ____ JL Wednesdays and Thursdays FAMILY STYLE FRIED CHICKEN With Pan Gruvy and honoy ...... _____ Fridays CHANNEL CATFISH or HALIBUT 1.50 With Hush Puppies Saturdays and Sundays Special Cut K. C. $*b95 SIRLOIN STEAK __ L Featuring On Our Menu Dnlly U. S. Choice STEAKS, PRIME RIB BEEF nnd SEA FOODS Special Children's Menu Lawton's Piece Goods Center" In Sears Shopping Center Open Monday Thursday Til 9:00 OOGINAl AND nSTMCHVE WOOLB45 FROM THE ORIGINAL AND DISTINCTIVE WCO.LE.NS'FROMTHE.CARLETEX ' ' COLLECTION. . NEW-AND NOVEL PATTERNS TO INSPIRE YOUR EVERY DESIGNING NEED.. .-.-PLAIDS TWEEDS 'MOHAIRS, FANCY' KNITS, AND, OF COURSE, OUR FAMOUS WONDERFULLY- · -..-. WASHABLE DYLANIZE*, .WASKoFLAN 1 *, -IN RICH AND BEAUTIFUL CO-ORDINATED'COLORS';- ' · · ' · ' ' - ' · ' '· : . " : ; ' ' ' : ' ' ' ' ·'.,·'" $2-98 yard ' Use our layawajr Check the nent liule heel by Sbiccu in black call 1 10.99 lovely as any fall leaves Fantasy it is ... Jn red stain leather 9.99 408 D EL5-5307 R S Sporting Goods ANNUAL PRE-SCHOOL SALE of S C H O O L J A C K E T S Discount During Month of August! PEP-SQUAD EMBLEMS Lawion Senior High. Eisenhower High, Tornllnsoii Jr. Hi^h. Cc.ntral Jr. HIch Also Wolvereltc WHITE PEP SQUAD SWEATERS STADIUM SEATS In colors of Red, Royal or Orange. Each S 4.95 R S SPORTING GOODS 409 C Avenue EL5-1107 Dressmaker knit in Arnel 8 triacetate-carefree, easy- ro-wear desi wirh prefty neckline interest' and slim-hanging skirt of soft pleats. Oriental print in red, blue, green. Sizes 12-18. 19.98 on-abou Paisley-print cofton satin in c Sunday Fainfer smock... new and preKy look In leisure-time fashions, designed to wear belted or not. Green, gold or blue. Sizes 8 to 16. 9.98 DOWNTOWN AND CACHE ROAD SQUARE

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