The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 25, 1963 · Page 5
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\Lawton Hospital News Items MEMORIAL :" Births: ;-. Son, Jlr. and Mrs. Leon Neal, ·'" 1107 York, born 10:15 a.m. AUE;. ;'· 23, weieht 6 pounds 2'4 ounces! ·.'' Daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Otlis ,, McAlester, 1707 S. 12th, bom 12:10 .'i p.m. Aug. 23, wicfiht S pounds 6 ·; ounces. : Admitted: a Carol Two Hatchctt, 6, daughter 'j of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Two j Hatchett, Devol, medical, Shelly J. Brawn, 3 days, dauch- ' tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brown, ' 1005V; S. 16th, medical. Sherry L. Brown. 3 days, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brown, . IOCS'- S. 16th, medical. Mrs. E. G. Bareness Jr., 1133 Francis Bingham, 6744 B Spatild- inp, Fort Sill, medical, Mrs. Billy Brown, 1005!/ s S. 16th, medical. 'Ophelia Carter, 1516 Douglas, medical. Alice Corbitt, Walters, medical. Bobby Dale Hamm Jr., 4, .son ol Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dale Hamm Sr., 1412 S. Eifthth. medt- cnl. Stephen · Hanley, 1", son of Mr. 1 and Mrs, Thure Hanley, Washington D. C., medical. Shirley Kendall, 31, daughter ol Mr. and" Mrs. Royce Kendall, Snyder, surcerj'- Geneva Landlord, Walters, surgery. Wayne Lulonsky, 3 1 /:, son ot Arlington, surgery. I Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lutonsky, El- Orville Wolfe, Chattanooga, med- gin. medical. leal. | Russell Marshall, 712 N. 36th, · Mrs. Admiral Morgan, 2505 N. j medical. ISih. medical. ! Mvs, William Oldham., Plaza. John H, Raglin, 2014 Mom-oe. David Mtnner, 1914 Jefferson. Trailer courts, medical. Mrs. Don Phillips, '1528 Chero-1 l;ce, and son horn AUK. 19. i. 2505 E, med-' medical. Mamie HaUovcl, 140G D, medical. | ical. Garland Gan-ett, 4519 Clierokee, ; Mrs, James Si, John. Rt. 2, and medical, ! dauRhler horn Aup. 19. James Darnell, Jr., Hollis, sur-. Eldon Weese, 2127 Lindy, sur- £ry, - "try. Mrs. Joseph Smith, Snyder, s u r - } ' SOUTHWESTERN Eery, ''· nlrths: Betty Stotts, 702 Dearborn, sur-1 Daughter, Mr. and Mi's. Billy I Yoast, 907 McKintey, born I Mi-s. M..W. Potts, Chattanooga, I medical. Mrs..-Ralph Pearson, Walters, medical, Mrs. Henry M. Stannard, SOS Columbia, medical. Mrs. 'Belle Atkins, 1106 Lee, medical. , ' : Mrs. Claude Thomas;' Medicine Park, medical. Mm, Robert Scott, 1517 Bessie, medical. ; Mrs. Odell Quinn, 1914 Lake, medical. Mi's. Roy Mitchell, Rt. 3, medical. Milo Howenstine, Duncan, sur- Rery. Earl Lee Johnsey, Geronimo, surnei-y. Marvin K, Hortman, 1305 Cherry, surgery. Mrs. Jack Babbitt, 1615 C, and son born Aug. 21. Tracy Ray Runnels, 2 months, daucrhler of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Runnels. Indiahoma, medical. Mrs. Jesse E. Murdock, 506 G, mpdicai. Mrs, Leonard Knowles, Indiahoma, medical. Mrs.' Lonard Cruz, 601 F, medical. Mi's. Charles Meyers, 1402 I, B. F. Cook, Cache, medit-al. Donald Settle. 1, son of Mv. and Mrs, Jlphn Settle, 4505 Denver, medical. Jackie Sulton, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaeky Hook, 120S S. Sixth, surscry. Evplyn Mikulai. 11. dauctilcr of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mikulai, 2S14 X. 261h. surcery, Dennis Douchty, 7. son ot Mr. Jcimrs Dor.shtj. 1 . 2107 Arlinglcn. wur^or;/- i ^rtmin,.,!. Olen ^'K 0 ' 15nl; A . medical. !' Nancv J. Halhway, 7, dau-hter TT ; J - ^f' -^""^T^'mh of Mr.'and Mrs. 0 L. Hathwav, Llo - vd °. Sm ' 1 ". I 609 S ' mh ' ' Wallers sur°erv " surwy- i Ch.isYy L y n n ' d i f l . S months, | ,, ^"nnon Cullins, Mnnsum. B ur- '· dauchlc'i- of Mr and Mrs. Vernon · * c ''- · . ; Clift 18M C, medical. | ri ,^ P " *ool«-me. 2. Janr E. Moore, 14. daiifrhler of ' """"·""" Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore Jr., 1712 ; Elm. surKer-. Don A. .Moore, 12. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore Jr., 1712 1 Elm. sur£ry- r " . Flemme, 803 Mon- Duncan ' I-J)IA_V Ronald Cofley, Gracemont, sur- Ana- i Mrs. Eddie Harjo, Holdenville, j .'ui-jrery. l MIT. Ar!?nl' Hiph'.'.'S darko. medical, Dolores. Tonahcoi, Mouniain View, surgery. Patricia Carol Murrow, 1711 E, medical. Louise Ann Poorhufnlo. I. daujrhtpr n[ Mr. and Mrs, L"ms Poorbuffalo, Carnecir, medical. Mrs. Dolphine Vasquez, Anadarko, modical. · Timothy Stonccalt 126'i C, med: leal. : Georsre Bradley, Harrah, medl- ical. ' Theodore Tasso, Kinefishcr, «ur- Thomas Starr, Apache, medical. Redman, March Address Meeting Manville Redman, local attorney, and Arch March, director ol the Lawton Urban Renewal Authority, were featured speakers Thursday at a meeting ol the Downlown.Ki- ivanis club. Redman discussed the community election to authorize the issuance of sell-liquidatinEt bonds to provide building and equipment for' Mead's bakery.'Mareh gave a progress report on the Urban Renewal Authority. Also, Capt, John Gould Jr. was presented .a certificate lor outstanding Kiwajiis sen-ice. Guests were Verne Davis, Burns Byr.um, John Roll, Bill Schlimp, Bob Brown and Rocky Patterson. Jack L. Rhodes, president, presided. Floyd Zook served BS program chnirman, THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS, Sunday, Aug. 25, T963 5 'Picture Day 1 Is Scheduled At Holy City September 14 Annual Wichita Mountains Easter Sunrise Service " P i c t u r e Day" will be held Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Holy City, Jack L. Rhodes, executive director, 'announced. Rhodes said a .group of scenes from the annual Wichita Mountains Easter Service would be re-enacted from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. for the benefit of photographers and amateur camera Isms. "Members of the Easter Service association long ago realized" Lhp.*. It was next to impossible to take Rood pictures at night daring the Easter service itself." he said. "So the annual picture taking day was set up so that photographers might lake colored slides and mov- | ies, as well as' conventional black and white, pictures." The world-famous Easter Pageant is a dramatization of the life of Christ and several of the bent known scenes, including the Nativity, Three Wjse Men, Crucifixion and Resurrection will be present- e d ' w i t h the cast in full costume. "Anyone desiring to take pictures of any type, both still and movies, are 'cordially invited to come and do so," Rhodes said. "There is no charge lor this special service." The Holy City is located about 22 miles norlhwesf of Lawton in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. Lester Asks Safe Labor Day Holiday OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)--Oklahoma's lop salety official appealed Saturday for slate motorists to do their part in making ihe I^abor i Day holiday weekend the safest of i J the year. Safety Commissioner Bob Lester said the Highway Patrol is prepared to do Us part (o protect the thousands of travelers expected to crowd slate highways durine the 7S-hour period. j Lester said the patrol's 290 j troopers will be on duty d u r i n g ! the weekend, using radar and the i patrol airplane in their ellort to I prevent accidents. Last year ten persons were killed during the Labor Day weekend. JERRY M. BRANDON REPRESENTING REPUBLIC NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, Dallas. Texas Lite · Accident Sickness Income Protection · Retirement HospitaJization · Education 1120 Laird Dial EL S-569S You Caii Count on Us...Quality Costs No More at Soars ALLSTATE Tire Sale HOXOK CAKKIERS. Roger Squyres. 12, left, and Norman Keltner, 15, have been awarded honor jackets for their sen-ices as Constituiion-Press newspaper carriers, Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Squyres. 50S Arlington, has saved S60 during the year he has carried papers. He'll be a sixth grader at Washington school. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Keltner. 1605 N. 15th, Norman is a Lawton high sophomore. He has banked S125 during the 15 months he has carried papers. ISO-Acres KIOWR County Land Sollinc To Liquidate Estate At Thursday, Aug. 29lh--1:30 p,m,: 3 Miie-s North -- .1 West ot Hobart on Iris; 4 Miles East -- 5 North of Lone Wolf; 5. Miles ' South, 1 East ot Sentinel, Okln. I Joint Experiments MOSCOW CUPI) -Soviet and British scientists have agreed on technical details ol a joint space experiment using the American "Echo" satellite, Tass said Saturday. The Soviet news agency- said the experiment ml] take place in 195-1. Radio signals transmitted irom the British Jodrcll Bank Ra- diotclcscope will be bounced off "Echo" and received by the radio telescope at the Gorky University Observatory in Zimenki. Other transmissions -- such as speech, photographs and teletypes --ift'ill be tested. Ban Arms i BRAZZAVILLE, Congo ttJPl)- j i The provisional government of j I the former French colony issued j j a decree Saturday prohibiting j ! sale of arms and ammunition j i throughout Ibe country. i The security order was issued on the eve of a cclc-bration commemorating the Aug. 13-15 "revolution" which forced the resignation of former President Ful- bon Youlou. The new regime of Alphonse Massemba - Debat has received messages of support from Israel and Dahomev, ii was announced. LEGALS: N\V ^ - Sec 24 -Twp 7 N- R 19 \V. 120 Acres cultivation: 49 Acres wheat allot; 49 Acres cotton allot; W Acres good pasture; jtood pond well; shed shelter, corrals, .t chute. Entire place well fenced .t terraced; some valley land. Vi minerals go to purchaser, Vi term minerals to be returned to owner S to 10-years (Not leased) 1H Mile oH pavement. Sells subject to agricultural leases. This farm is very productive .t convenient to everything. 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