The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 23, 1963 · Page 8
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Lawton, Oklahoma
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Friday, August 23, 1963
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Diana Solos In An Evv Beater \SwiimeyP-TA \ Selects Topic 1 For 1963-64 MALIBU. Calif. (AP) - Flying I', is a profession for some and a L-hobby lor others, but for Diana I'Dorr -- who just became one o[ I) (he nation's youngest helicopter 'jpilois -- it's a ball. Miss Dorr, 17. soloed alter nine J) hours pt helicopter training, and I says, "Flying a helicopter is the most satisfying experience ol my ; |life, to date." j "To da;o" is right, because Miss I'DOIT has sot her sights on being a lady astronaut. Bui, she says ., "I don'i know how I'm going to I beat thai jet flying time qualities- lition. 1 DIANA. OF COURSE, hasn't limited her Hying to helicopters. She lias her private license and is licensed lo fly multi-engine craft, and even holds a license lo fly hot-sir balloons -- though she's never even scon one. "I got the balloon license for fun. I just applied lor the thing i and got it." An incentive for learning to fly Is provided by her father, who was a pilot during the war. The I family usually goes on flying ; vacations in their own mulli-en- ;ine craft. "The rest of my family is now in i Idaho, whore they plan 10 take a boat irip down the Salmon Riv- pr. \\'e often take flying vacations to places like Mexico and Idaho," Diana explains. Her mother flics too and has _ her private license. WHAT AHOIT the rest of the f a m i l y ? "\Vp)l. my oldest brother. John-! T i ny. is 34. and really wants to fly. i y Qlt/S E S P E C I A L L Y GOljN'G UP. Seventeen-year-old Diana Dorr goes into the clouds in a helicopter. \Ewiiig-Wilsoii Officers Club Patio Is Scene Of Coffee "Common Problems, Common i Concern." was selected as t h e i r yearbook lopic by the executive i board ol Swinney school's Parent- Teacher association. meeling Thursday in the homo of Mrs. Wayne Smith, 3303 Baltimore, co- presidcnl. Also al the meeting, plans [or Ihe year's programs, presented by Mrs, Donald Torberl, vice pi'esi- clnnl, and liie year's budget, read by Mrs. Christina Swanson, principal, were accepted, "Children are a Growing Concern" was selected as study group lopic for the year, by Mrs. Gid Hampton and Mrs. C. H. Rushing. co-chairman of t l i H t projec:, The board voted 10 add p. section on Ihc sludy jrroup lo (lie yearbook. Plans were made for membership and magazine commiiee members lo bn at thn school Friday. Aug. 30, ivliich is eiiroll.iiriil day (or elemenlary children. The P-TA's first meeling will be at p.m. Sept. 9, wilh an orienla- Abigall Van Buren! THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Friday, August 23, 1963 £ Mother In The Highest Form' DE.^R ABBY: RegardinR the Wives Conduct Monthly Coffee, Discuss Events Wives ol officers of the 2nd Howitzer Balnlion. 31st Artillery met Wednesday morning in (he home of -Mrs. Albert Henderson, 514LS, Laumaji, Fort Sill, for their monthly coffee. Mrs. Robert Dobson conducted Ihe business session, and announced thai the 41st Group coffee will be Aug. 27 and lhe 01 fleers Wives Club luncheon is Sept. G. Mrs. A. E. McCoy was selected as the battalion's Thrift shop representative. A pale pink cloth covered the l.ion [or parents and introduction ; refreshment fable, which was cen- of teachers planner!. i (cro( j u -j Ln an arrangement of Olher officers present were Mrs. ', matching chrysanthemums. As- Teri Morion, Mrs. Jasper Gngg, \ sorted collnclors' cups were also Mrs, Hubert M c G u f f i n . Mrs. John j placed on Ihe table. Mrs. Dobson Dawson, Mrs, Bob Jones, Mrs. poured coffee and f r u i t punch, and Man-in Trope. Mrs. Ray Brown. I ihe women were scii-eri i-offcc Mrs. Ross Demas. Mrs. Charles ^ke brownies, cookies melon PCI lit, M:^. Bob Bodenhamer. | balls and f r u i t cornpolc. Mrs. Jim Vineyard and Mrs. H. S. | Mrs A E. McCov 14D6B Los- Ross J r . ' . . . . . The paiio of ihe Fort Sill Offi hul he isn't old enousrh 10 K ei a I ' *·"·"·· ·"· "«·· *" "v-vi/ C0r5 Cklb was lhe scenc \vednes-! -, ' license yet. He'll probably begin ' ' day for a J t h Group coffee. W Irarninc'when he's 15, a n d ' b e i - e a 1 Tne wedding of Miss Linda ; of officers of ihe 1st Missile riy for ihe license by ihe lime he's E «'i n s and Clarence Stephen \Vii- lalion. ISih Artillery, were hosiess- -,. Club Provides £*\Rides To Polls tcr Rd., Fort Sill, was named host- j ess for the Sept. 1? coffer. Others present were Mrs. Run- ahl Funderburk. Mrs. R o b e r t Swanngon, Mrs. Marion Ernest. Mrs. Darryl Willison. Mrs. Robert S m i t h , Mrs, Thomas Vanier. _ __ _ _ Mrs. Richard Mercos. Mr.s. David 16." Diana says. Her Three "other Jon " i!1 hp al ? P.m. " oda . v in es. " ; Sub Deb club members m a d e ' Rantschcr, Mrs. Howard Boslon, ! brothers, Danny. 11. and Kenny F ,"' sl Melhodisi church, 27th and Coffee, iced tea, and miniature plans lo offer rides lo the polls! M r s - Alexis Perez and Mrs. Don- ij nnd Donny, 5. "have shown no in- w esley. ' d o u g h n u t s were served lo lhe -12 : for liie Sept. 24 bond election, d u r - ' alcl Alberlson. : lerest in learning to fly. They prob- Miss Swing is the daughter of guests, from a table centered with ing their meeting Wednesday n i g h l ; * ' i abiy will someday, t h o u g h . " Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ewing. 412 ; an arrangement of yellow roses. Mn the home of Jan Little, 1G13 .N". i ] Diana's activities aren't, how- Dearborn, and Ml'. Wilson is ihe ' M«. Stuart Jillson. w i f e of t h e 25: h | rver, limited lo fixing. D u r i n g ; son of Mr. and Mrs. George S. : summer vacation she's working for | Wilson. Rt. 4. Lawton. ; Inlernalional Business Machines! The couple will reside in Nor-! events, Jars of homemade pre : Corp.. where her father works. She : man, where both will be students j serves were presented a.s prizes A n t h o n y ' s downtown store. Colfce group commander. wpK'ompd n e w - ' comers and [old of coming gi lew-' Thp group also finalized plans [ o r ; i ; 1 1 r" · I r~ ·oiip a hake sale Saturday. Tlip pv»nt . tlOIOS llSlt I FV pre- will begin al S a.m. in from o f ; ; also finds time for skin di\-ing and ; at the Universily of Oklahoma, '· sewing. I She graduated this year from i ), i San:a Monica High School w i i h : ' v \ f S . honors, and plans to attend t b e ' \ i / . M i i i Vnivrrsiiy of California al Bcrkc- i VV I I I I I 6 0 0 Guild Attends Lawn Picnic Howell P-TA Mrs. Robert Jenson was named president of Kowell Parent-Teacher association, during Wednesday's, meeling of the executive board. ! Mrs. Jeason, the former first vice Carnation Camp Ni. 30GH. Royal I can alf be purchased, , Noigliljors of America, held a fish j Pal Angus was recicved as a fry or; Ihe lawn of the home ol I member "f the club, and Ann Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M i l l e r . 1-111 I Mitchell and Sally Wicker wore j A r l i n g l o i i . | assigned special pledge duties. j Mrs. U 1 . D. White cave llv in| Others present were Linda I l a r - j vocal ion, A f l o r HIP supper, a shorl Members of Hie executive board ring, and Paula Wilson, pledges; ! business meeting was conducted i of Taft elementary school's Par- Nancy George, Jody Howard, Mary ; by Mrs. C. C. Weaiherforri, "raclo. j ent-Tcacher association met Thurs- Mai'garol Ncwcomb, Jane A n n e Thrpn npw members wrlromcd i day morning in the teachers' Gentry. Knrol K i n g , Susan Cuiml!. ; w r r p Mrs. Neva Aubrey. Mrs. Ray | lounge, and made plans for an St:si" Morris, ram Price. Linda i Allison and Mrs. Primp Payeit". j lo sex'eral of lhe women. Toff P-TA Board Plans Open House leller from "MOTHER OF 'FIVE" who look you to task for calling a woman with a prefabricated fam- a "mo'.her in the highest form": She asks, "What does a woman who has adopted four children know about Lhe joy of first learning that she is to bear a c h i l d ? What does she know about [lie beauty of carrying a child under her heart? What does she know about the Ihriil of hearing a child's first cry?" I would like lo answer her, Abby: I have known Ihe joy o! first learning that I was to bear child five times, onlv lo lose them all near lhe end of my lime. I even had the thrill once of hearing my child's first cry, only to be told three hours later that I had lost her, loo. But f did experience lhe fulfillment of motherhood because, thanks lo an adoption agency, we were "blessed" wilh three healthy, beautiful, well - majinered. well- beaiitifut children. Bui Ihey became well-adjusted, ivpll-man- n'il-ed nnd loving because nl y/iu. * p * DEAP. ABBY: I am a boy who is going :o be 15 soon. I have a boy friend my age. One day I went over lo his when he was home alone. He told me lo adjusted and loving children. We | walk in. so o[ course J did. He could not love them more if they , shocked me. He was all crossed had been born to us. PLEASE CALL ME "MOTHER" DEAR "MOTHER"; To NiR adoption agency' goes the credit fur "blessing" you with healthy, COOK-OUT by Janet Henry Oi.x~n house. Cindy Nivdham. Sl"pha- eveing was spent , The event will be the first P-TA . r.ic Jones. Kathy Hedges, Karen j canasta, Husbands of members meeting of Ihe yrtr, and is s l a t e d Pakrr, Man 1 Wnrlhrn. Virki A d n i r , j were guesLs. Mrs. 23rd PI., president of the Wesleyan Sc:-vice Guild of Centenary Methodist church, was hostess for a covered-dish picnic- for the group. Miss Olcihtt Wildev, dLsirirl sec- John Waldrop was e',ecled icp presidenl. and Mrs. Al- udson \\~as scleclpri as sec- rrplacp Mrs. Gordon to begin at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 9. Mrs. Ihc h.-ini PmTy, K a l h y mar., will serve ivfreshments. Twelve mpmbt'rs attended board meeling. Oloina Wilctev, (iLstnri sec- ' ' . ' " ' · · ' iu""-- -·" - ·"'."«,, . , D , , , . was special ''TJesI She an- Bls ' 10 P- who ha.s also movea. ; / V \ r S . K Q y W i a f f nount-pd the dish-ict seminar would Al !hc executive board meetini*, ; i ("[..k be held in t h e L i t t l e Chapel of Cen- ln = croup madp plans :n e n r o l l , ' a ^-'"^ tonar\- Methodist, and that lhe cis- tricl literature and r"^'ieation chairman will have the sf.idy books and handbooks for sale along with Other literature. in P-TA on Friday. Aug. 30, which is enrollment day [or students at the elpmeniary school. Other's r-rrscr.l were Mrs. D. .7. Collier, Mrs. Bobby Cox. Mrs. Olher gue^is were Mr. and Mrs. Diehard Davips. Mrs. John P.ober- Al Know-ton and Mrs. Dorothv Med- f n - Mr *- P--'.vmond Miller. Mrs. U Kelley and *elt. officers, Mrs. Lee Hunter Feted At Coffee O l h r r s alcnrlinc \^r]-n Miss Ronni l-lot^-ath. Miss Patricia G u n n , Mi's, B^nie Rath. Mrs. Bertie Kading, Mrs. Mfigpie Hn^'orlh. ."Vi'rs. C l i f f Arn-ro. Mrs. ICarl \Vhpolcr. Mrs. Ijjra Crane. Mrs. H p l n i P.og- n-s, Mrs. N p l l Lillard, Mr. and .Mi-s, 1C. IV. Aurrfl. Mr. nnd Mrs. | George TovvnsU'y, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Keeling. Prime Payelle, W. Mother shops for choicest grades. Blends exotic marinades, Works for hours to prepare Every dish with proper care. Pother dons his chef's attire, Throws the meat upon the fire, Brushes on a bit of glaze, And walks away with all the praise. SOCIAL CALENDAR KIUD.-VY VFW posl 1193 and rKKTT.VO The Lawion Tennis Association will mix;! al S p.m. Monday in the hnme of Mr. find Mrs. Charles W. J n n n i n s s , No. 29 N. 3T)ih. ford. Members included Mrs. ICii- Ccne Bowman. Mrs. N. B. Hincs. Mrs. G. L. Brown, Mrs. I^uisr- A.c- new, Mrs. Marydell Sims. Miss Thelma Talla. Miss Blanche Graham. Miss Helen Hackell. Miss Helen Ellin:;. Miss Marcaro! Sncn- cer. Miss Sally Sims. Miss »rn Cassel and Miss Lc:a Louie Smiih. M - Mrs. APACHE (Special! _ Mrs. RJIJ Wian ivas hosless lo Ihc Sew and M i s . 0. E. Sanders. 315 N. 3j So club at a meeling in her hnmc, Asyislinr; hostesses were Mrs. A'.tondinc wprn Mrs. M. W. Gtwl-; I l l f f Aulry. Mrs. Finis Hcnririck man. Mrs. Carl Benson, Mrs. and Mrs. Cecil Baker, George Lcvilr, Mrs. M. T, Wil- A blu' 1 and white color lliemc bile. Mrs. Dan Simmons. Mi's, was carrier! out in t h r ripi-oraii'ins. Loonai'd Jones. Mrs. Tom Q. M a n - Pouring were Mrs. Leon G i l l a h a n ar, Mrs. Boliby Crews, Mrs. L. L. : and Mrs. W. D. Seright. Dunlop and Miss Louise Smith. Pi-r.vonnl CTfls ivei'c rcrcivpil by * ' the honorce. Mrs. .1, T. Nral piv- CUll TO Mi;i;T siilnd al lhe guest book, which 1 A mooting of the Senior Cili7.ens i was niado by Mi's, A. L. Stringer, !-l'jh will bo held al 7 p.m. Tur-,';. ,i Appro.vimalnly W nllcndc'd. ' d a y in the Museum of Ihc Gital · Mr. and Mrs. H u n t e r arc mov- Calvin Mefford, Dayton. . Plains. · ing lo Kdmond where they v^'ill he Mrs. Vc H u n t e r was honored al . . . , . fnrcwnll coffrr in Ihr homr o f : W. W i l k i e , C. C. Wc-nlhei-ford, Ray | *""« n « h| . V " V Allison ami W. D. While. S. Second. 8 p.m. Mrs - El and C. sh 'flas, Howell pnncipal. p n |-; n raTI ° . Calvin . - 1 Coffee Hostess Is Mrs. Stearns ' Ohio, was honored at a patio supper in Ihe home of Mrs. B. F. Con-i CATCir VASHION TKAIN ley Jr., 721 N. 32nd. ' Catch lhe evening t r a i n for fash-! i Mrs. Mefford is currently visit- ion. The new evening and d i n n e r . I ing her parents, Mr. and Sirs. G. ' drosses will have rrains 12 to IS I : E. Stuart, 506 Bell. | inches long. It will lake training. Wives of officers in the Basic Present were Mrs. Opal Fore-' lo wear them with an unstudied' Branch of the Gunnery 1 Depart; syth. Mrs. Michael Ginish. Mrs. I air. j mem met in ;hc home of Mrs. James Mullin. Mrs. D. A. Beck- Clarcnce L, Stpams. 135TA. Lee er, Mrs. Leon Dardcn, Mrs. Eno Rd., Tort Sill, for coffee. ' K a l l m a n , Miss Anna L. Miner, Two varieties of Danish pastry, Mrs. \Vcndell Stenhenson. Mrs. Pa- house parents w i l h Boys Ranch own, apricot balls, marshmallow cake. ; tricia Howard. Mr?. Gilbert Crab- coffee and iced lea were sfrved tree, and Mrs. Harold Paxlon. from a tahlr centered wilh an ar- ranqemcnL o' marblcized Iruil. Mrs. Stearns conducted the bus- jncss session, when the sroup made preliminary 1 plans for a party for officers a-nd wives in September. Welcomed were Mrs. 3. 3. Smith. Mrs. Martin Stanton and Mrs. .J. E. Harris. Others attending included Mrs. C. H. Bunion. Mrs. G. L. Cales. Mrs. M. C. Cornell. Mrs. R. J. Hallada. Mrs. C. A. Laffitte. Mrs. C. E. McDanicl. Mrs. J. \V. Miller. Mrs. C, P. Moore. Mrs. P. E. Roush, Mrs J. F, Russo, Mrs. ·R. L. Spence. Mrs. E. H. Wiler and Mrs. R, J, Woolever. HE \\TOK-KVKO Plan to look wide-eyed ar.d shin- ; Ihis fall, recnrdlcss of ihe hour. ! w N - 131h St - ORIGIMALi Dcsifrru'nR trom sketches only. N'o patlems. samples available, EL 3-7391 NEED FURNITURE? Everything you need for your new home on one lime payment plan with no down payment! Nationally advertised lines furniture, carpet, bedding and appliances at" lowest possible prices. Give uj a fry before you buy. Special prices on house groups. Open Evenings 'HI 8:00 p.m. FREE DELIVERY 1509 Cache Rd. EL 5-2040 Get Growing · Prnnfnc · Inject Spmyinjt · Iri5ecticidw» MODERN LANDSCAPE IjiflS Rd. ET. 3.5JIH Oprn 7:SO a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon. TTini SaL up in his MOTHER'S clothes! He said. "Take a look at me." Then he said it was "fun", and I should get dressed up in ladies' clothes, loo. I said, "Drop dead if that's all you have to do in your spare time, i will .see you later." I walked out of (he house. I am wondering now--is he sick? What should I do about it? f ' m sure his paren:s don't know. I am all shook up over it. SHOOK UP DKAR SHOOK: Tell your parent.*:--but no one else. The boj apparently is "sick". » · ¥ DEAR AEBYi That "Dr. K." who said [hat there were only two cases on record where women over have given birth to babies has a lo; to learn. I was ihe last of nine children, nnd my mother was 50 when she gave birlh ;o me. And I'm sure I didn't make medical history, Enclosed is a recen; clipping reporting lhal a 70-yesr-old o m a n ha.s given birth to a baby ;n Eastern Nigeria. Sincerc-ly yours, M.S. in CHICAGO HICKORY INN STEAK HOUSE 38th and Gore EL 7-3M9 .Vew Hours 4 P.M. lo U P.M. Daily WEEKLY SPECIALS All served with Soup. Relish Tray, Tossed Green Salad, French Fries or Baked or Hash Brown Poiatoes. Hot Rolls or Garlic Toast. Ice Tea or Coffee. On Our Menu Doily SPECIAL STEAK S * 8 0 DINNER ________ X Mondays and Tuesdays Special Cut S «J 98 CLUB STEAK ____ JL Wednesdays and Thursdays FAMILY STYLE FRIED CHICKEN With Pun Grnvy nnd honey ........... s rn JL«jU Fridays CHANNEL CATFISH or HALIBUT With Puppies _ ....... 1.50 Sorurdoyi and Sundays Special Cut K. C. S I R L O f N STEAK .. a t u r ng On Onr Menu Dally U. S. Chnicn STEAKS. PRfME RIE BEEF nnd SEA FOODS Spcclnl Children'." Munu The heav\'-lidded sullrj' look is oui of fashion. N, M. UPHOLSTERY CO. SPECIAL PRICES Next 30 days on all upholstering. Lowesi prices possible «1lh cpmliry workmanship. Call now lor Special prices. EL7-2436 1718 Smith VELVKT TOR SPKINC Velvet will start spanning the lashion seasons. The younj; Washington elegante have started the trend of pastel-primed velvets ior spring. YOU Spend Wolverton Furniture-Appliance -Since 1901- The Smart Set Steps Off a headed for campus' or office in the new stylings withlow stacked or flat heels. They engender a vigorous pace because they are so soft, so light. In a riot of fell colors. $7.99 · Black · Antelope Envin Acres Shopping Center -- Park Freb OPEN 9:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. -- DIAL EL3-33M One low price buys 3 rooms of new furniture! BEDROOM includes dresser, mirror, bed, chest, mattress, box spring. DINETTE is chrome and plastic, consists.of table and four chairs, LIVING ROOM incudes foam 'n nylon sofa and chair, 3 tables, 2. lamps. 1509 Cache Rd. EL 5-2040 YOU CAN AFFORD W H A T YOU W A N T IF YOU BUY IT HERE! Can't Wait? When he says lunch? Of course. '· You'll wear your Country Squire chesterfield waistcoat with matching 100% wool, belied, check, slim skirt; topped by your 100% Cotton Oxford Ascot shirt with decorative safety pin. He'll love Rosecrsst... and so will you. Sizes 8 to 16 the waistcoat 9.98 the. shirt . . . 5.98 the. skirt . . . 11.98. DOWNTOWN AND CACHE ROAD SQUARE:

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