The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 25, 1963 · Page 24
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 24

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Sunday, August 25, 1963
Page 24
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS, Sunday, Aug. 15, 1963 Dance Club Enrollment Now Open EnraH.menls loi' ihe Junior Dance club sponsored by the women's, orcaniiations oI:'St. Andrew's Episcopal churcli, will be open until Seph 3, Mrs:"'Don Richardson, chairman, announced today. Classes offering training In eij- quctle, social graces and ballroom dancing will be conducted by the Storey and Barton School of I lie Dance, beginning i.hc third ek in September. Classes will cqniinuc for 14 weeks, exclusive of holidays, ending about Ihe third woek in Januaiy. Women or the Episcopal church will cha;)crone all the classes, which will be held in Ihe Parish hall ot the churcli, 1-1 ih and C. Tentative class schedule Is: sixth grade beginners, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 6-.3u-7-.30 p.m.; junior high beginners. Tuesdays, :45-8; 15 p.m.. and junior high advanced students, Wednesdays, MISS ELIZABETH IRVING BUNDY Elizabeth Bundy To Marry Lt. Col. and Mrs. James Albert Bundy, Athens, Greece, announce the engagement of their" daughter, Elizabeth Irving, to Capt. Terrence Lee Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs, Fay Maxwll Shaw. Youngstown, N. Y. The wedding is planned Sept. 4. Miss Bundy was graduated from Tomlinson junior high school, attended Stuart Hall, Staunton, Va., and graduated from Heidelberg American high school, She has attended the University of Maryland in Heidelberg, Germany and Athens, Capt. Shaw is a graduate of Lewiston-Porter high school and Niagara University. He will attend the Artillery Officers Career Course this winter at Fort Sill. John Carter Descendants Have Reunion ! of Fletcher: Mrs. Henry Mitchell I i and Brent, Wichita Falls. TPX., i and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tucker. · ,' Tulsa. Dosccndanls o. r the late Mr. and Mrs. John Carter met ai Lake Quanah Parker lor ihcir annual reunion. Among those in aliond- ancc was Mrs. Betty Smith. Lawton, their only sun-inn;; daughter. Guests were Johns Childers and Karen Keilh. Rflfi lives ariendin; from otit-of- tou-n included Mrs. Edna Carter, Mrs. Olga Dorris Smith and Thc- ron. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skinner, and Mr. and Mi's. Jess Srrurh. aJl ' Present trom Lawion were Mr. ' and Mrs. Fred Meischer. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hwnossee and Pal. ' Mr. anrt Mrs. Coeil Carter and Donna Kay. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. ; McAlistcr and Jeannoue. Mr. and Mis. Mclvin Staplclon and Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Askew and Ralph, ; Mr. and Mrs. George Broom and Gnyc Lynn. Mr. and Mi's. Leo Ric.- Rins and Jcnece, Mrs. Lula Cooper, i Miss Monti Jo Gray.«on. Miss ; Karpn Petlijohn and .Miss Elnora · Overslrcef. 7:-1;j-S:45 p.m. Two parlies will he held, one ai mid term and :iie other at Lho close ot the term. Course tec is $20 per child, with reductions il more Uian one child from the same [amily enrolls. Enrollment may be made by phoning Mrs. Charles GraybiU. "EL- 3-3551, or Mrs. Richardson, EL ,?7190. Personals Peggy Huttinc, Lymvood, Calif.. is visiting her. brother and sisler- iri-iaw. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chandler, 90-1 Gore, She is convalescing from injuries suffered in trafi'c accidents in California. I Ijis the past monl.h have been n j and Jennie Kay,' of Wcwoka: a Norman, and another daughter, ' ci-anddauglilor, Mrs. "Elliott Allen j daughter, Mrs. Jim Billinssley and Mrs. Ray Phillips, and children, a n d ' h e r children, Barbara Jean ! children, Craig and Dcnisc, of Beih and David, of Tulsa. Guests in the home of Mrs. Clarence Mull, No. 27 N". 31st, dur- The Liliane Louise School of Dance Fall and Winter Season Enrollment Now thru September 1 to 10P.M. Ballet, Acrobatics, Modern Jazz Tap, Variety, Ballroom 1527 Gore EL 5-6557 'V^S£T ^ "we've captured the most scintillating skins in captivity!" soft, fa.iluon.iDle . . . 'lie imarteit ncccJ.iory to accent tod»y'« carefree i l y l i n j . no wardrooe 'i c o m p l e l e w i t h o u t it. Wtiertvtr nfrrenct Is mttlt 10 Irnlritr or types c! Ittthrr on this p*gt, tnt npplits only 10 tht upper ! Black. P.erl or J3 tutors cotch Matching A L L I G A T O R L I Z A R D paradise SHOE SALON C Avcmip nt, Fourth enter our great DIAMOND CONTEST! TRY YOUR SKILL! WIN o n e o f t h e s e N A T I O N A L L Y A D V E R T I S E D DASON DIAMOND RINGS o r B R I D A L P A I R worth $ 150.00 YOU MAY WIN THE GRAND PRIZE! The man or woman whose entry showi the correct count will win a diamond ring or bridal pair worth 5150,00. FREE of charge. If more than one correct answer is received, promptness and neatness will count. No strings attached. No judging will be done until contest closes. Be very careful Make your entry as legible as possible. We cannot award duplicate first prizes. Winner's name will be posted in our windows. Our employees are not eligible. Judges' decision is final. B R I N G T H I S E N T R Y B L A N K OR MAIL IT IN! This is not o CONTEST.- Someone in this orec will win the prize! Entries Mujr Be Postmarked No Later Than Midnight Augusf 23 GARBERS Manufacturing Jewelers -DIAMOND IMPORTERS- Gnrber'« Jeivelem I hjv f «^iirtd in Ih* bar fo' righl) tf-i- flynb»r of F I L L IK HUHIEI 328 C Avenue EL5-0797 SEW NOW FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL! SAVE UP TO 50" AND MORE Use Our Layowoy Plan . . . or Charge it! 3 Convenient Plans: 1) Budget Plan 2) 30-Day Charge 3) Revolving Charge. COME TO SINGER FOR ALL YOUR SEWING NEEDS . . . FASHION FABRICS, TRIMMING, BUTTONS, PATTERNS, SEWING NOTIONS . . . AND, OF COURSE, A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW AND USED WORLD-FAMOUS SINGER SEWING MACHINES! Woven Shag Bark Cottons yd. 79 C Woven Cotton and Silk yd. 79 C Shagbark by Galey and Lord Novelty Suitings 45" wide, dark colors, washable, rcg.S1.29 yd. Special 45" wide, 90% cotton, 10% silk. Dark plaids and checks. Reg. 51.98 yd. Special 100% brushed rayon, 87% rayon, 13% acetate, 5 1 % rayon, 49% acrilic . . . nubby woven checks and plaids, all 45" vide. Reg. $1.49 to SI.98. Special Woven Ginghams 100% cotton, 45" wide, Galey and Lord yardstick end othen. Reg. 51.19 to $1.29. Special 99 88 Closeouf designs, dark colors. 100% cotton, 45" wide. Reg. SI .69. Special _ ,,___ yd. Extra Special! Insulated Milium Insulated Lining oo 100% acetate satin, keeps wormth in, cold out. Guaranteed for life of .garment. . 16 colors. 40" wide. Reg. SI.39 to SI.98. Special : 79 DOOR BUSTER ITEMS! Limited quantities, 100% cotton Dan River dark woven ginghams. Regular $1.00. Hurry! ,, Yd. 100% cotton drip dry prints, 36" wide. Reg. 89c and $1.00. Hurry Yd. Closeout! Advance Patterns. Regular 35c to 75c. Choice 49c Remnants, from our regular stock. Assorted material] . . . all marked down to i Price NEW ARRIVALS FOR FALL! 100% GEORGrA WOOL FLANNEL, · ? 5-1" wide, n colors lo clioosi' Irom. Yd. SCALLOC.ED LACE. K% nuclute. 1«% n.vlo ..... .16" .wide, beautiful color Yd ....... __ ....... lj_.l RAW SILK TWKKDS, solids, mili;liiii)f slrilMM, and novcltiijs, 100% silk. Yd ____ G.-VLY vt LORD'S 1'ARPOON, 100% oudon, solids ajid novelties, 45*' tvide. B Washable. Yd. ............... : _ _ _ , ...... 45" MATCHING ACEI'AT: KAYOX XAWETA, Yd. ..__ 100% C01TON CORDUROX', narrow $ 4 4 A Cruniptou -- Richmond. Yd .............. AiA J SIJPKIl DA/KLK BROADCr.OTII..]00%,.f4 AA colliiii, -IK" wide, 1,0 colors. Yd liUU ACETATE SHEATH LINING, 15" wide, 10(1% nccliile, 'if. colnrs. Yd. : .. DARK COTTON D1CNI1MS, 100% collon, l?0«« sli-ipcs anil solids, 31!" wide. Yd 03C MANY, MANY OTHER FABRICS TO CHOOSE FROM! SINGER SEWING CENTER 329 "C" Avenue Downtown Lawton Phone EL 3-7900 S I N G E R ZIGZAG model by SINOKIt YOUNG BUDGET portable Mend, sppliqui, miki buttonholes, overcast seams--without ittachments! Simple to operate. Has guide la iven beginntrs can Jiw straight- tr saims, Depeno: on ItforSINGER-smooth Hat drop-in bobbin. FEATHERWEIGHT combination SINCER Full-piwir CAHISTU VACUUM SINGER' RUa CLUNER-.- FLOOR POLISHER · Scrubt · Dnwt up vnttr · V«cuum» Mm* powtr u miny ·t twlci thi price I Complttt with atrtchmtnti, UMltto.ihtmpoo rug(...Krub, wu, ·ABY T K R M S . L . I T T L I O R N O D O W N P A Y M I N T .

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