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Lawton, Oklahoma
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Foy LI Starr FREDERICK (Special) . -- IV I heral services {or Foy Leslie Starr, 145, who died Sunday in a Frederick hospital; were to be at '2:30 p.m. today in the Gish Memorial I chapel, with Rev: John Dutro, pastor of the First Methodist church, I officiating, . Mr. Starr was .bom -May 6, 1918, In Oakland, Okla. He had lived in Frederick for many years and was a restaurant operator. He' was a | member of the Melhodist church and was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by his widow, | Julie, of the home; two daughters, Pam and Leslie, and a son David, all'Of the home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Starr, Frederick; lour brothers. Preston of Frederick. Robert,. Roy and Louis, Bakersfield, Calif.. thi-ee sisters, Mrs, Aide Kent, Mrs. Flora Price, and Mrs, Grace Copcland, Bakersfield, CalU. John A. Armstrong GRANDFIELD (Special)-Services for John Arthur (Toots) Armstrong. 55, a Grandfield grocer who died Monday, will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Grandfield First Christian church with Rev.: Bob Gentry, Norman, officiating. C///zens IVo/er Comm/ffee To Study Engineering Survey Report A.request from'the-Citizens Water committee..lor permission to study a special, water .''engineering survey report after, its' completion next month was. referred to: the city council 'today.' "and 'assurance was given that 1 the report will be open to the. public. sons here Burins the past 10 years The 1 consulting.ehgineer.v.cited a. report wh!lch showed that the national.' average water : consumption, in 1950 was 109 gallons per day per capita In 1950 the rate jump cd to 134 gallons In that year, the "per...capita-rate for/· Lawton City officials were advised of tlie'| residents /was' 135. gallons i'per day:" request by a. councilman who attended a Citizens Water, committee Hijrli : JPer Capita Seen Hendrick said, officials estimate when members reviewed suggest- crease- to -158 ed immediate and long-range solu- 1970, and lo 17' tions. to the existing water problems, Wyatt B. Hendrick, consulting Masonic graveside rites will be I attended the committee meeting held. 3ish Funeral home, Frcd- in charge of arrange- erick, is menls. Mr. Armstrong was a Mason, a member of the Chamber of Commerce, and the Christian church. He was married to the former Ima Jean Hinds, in December, 1932. He is survived by his wife of meeting Monday afternoon, the per'capita consurhption ; will ih ; Tv,= m i,TM,r, ,,;,,.;,,....j :-_- i_...-- '- 158 gallons 1 ..per day by 170 gallons per day by 19rj. He said that '.oven without an increase .in population during the next 12 'years, the water treatment and delivery problem would be intensified merely because of the increase in per capita consumption, . . " ' The consulting engineer explained that in 1956, when the city voters approved a $6,182,840 waterworks expansion .bond program which was -the . maximum that could be approved without high interest raies, I he major'water problem was that ot supply. At that time, the only water supply Jor the city was Lake Lawtonka, which lias a capacity of 65.000 acre feet of water. The supply had dmndled to approximately 15,000 acre feet .during a drouth for the Lawlonka M"aiorslied, 'which engineer for the city, explained the most pressing problems at this time are concerned irith' inadequate facilities for treatment, delivery and distribution of water to meet rising demands. After hearing (he review, the committee m e m b e r s said 1 they would like to study a special water engineering report which is to' be completed next month by the Oklahoma City finn of Guernsey and Associates. Expected Next Month Councilman Perry Weger, who which was open to the public, said the report is to be completed next month. The report is to include an analysis of the distribution system: drains 90 square miles into- with recommendations for correc-! cine creek. tions and long-range planning of future distribution lines. Ellsworth Adds Storage Construction of Lake Ellsworth In a report to the committee, | under the 1956 bond issue added Chairman J. C. Kennedy pointed I another.50,000 acre feet of storage' ... ._ .. out that he had 'followed the I O n .the East Cach; creek water- the home: a son, Joel, of Great group's earlier directive to request j shed. The lake, capacity can be Bend. Kan.: a sister Mrs. Lyle the city council to call a water increased to 95,000 acre feet by Davis, Tulsa and two grandchil- bond issue as soon as practical in installation of 10-foot steel flood dren. Charles W. Gains Services for Charles W. Coins, 59. of 306 J. who died at 10 p.m. Friday following an illness of sev- an amount not to exceed S6 mil- gates at a cost estimated in excess 'ion- I of S200.000. It was reported that the $6 m i l - j A 42 - inch water line was i n - 1 cost is low bocause water flows lion figure is as high as the city j stalled from Lake Ellsworth lo I b - v gravity from the Lake Lawton- callec loc the construction and operation of- a'-'filtef plaiit in east, .Lawtcin', . arid"' that pumping costs would not ;;have been eliminated' because 1 the .water would have had to , have been pumped from the 1 .filter . plant'.into the distribution, system.. ... . . . '-" .The engineer/said the high pres : sure, required would b e ' some; of the, older distribu-- tiori 1 lines; .and/ that the pumping costs would constitute a penally because, .these., operations would have to be 'carried out during peak electrical use hours. 'Also-in defense of the'system of transferring 1 the .water to ; Lake Lawtonka as it is needed, Hendrick pointed to the high : evaporation loss'-which would result at Lake Ellsworth if the operation involved a separate filter, .plant -for this lake.'. - . ' ; ·'·; .-. . - - . ' Cites Evaporation ' Hendrick 1 said the. annual 'loss from evaporation. in this ' area is five feet per. acre; At Lake Lawtonka, which has 2,300 acres of surface to be exposed » .evaporation, the loss would be 11,500 acre f e e t . a year. At Lake .Ellsworth, where li.500 acres of surface would be exposed, the loss would'be 27,500 acre . feet. · The difference Is 16,000 acre feet, or 5.3 billion gallons a year, or 14.5 million gallons per day. By transferring the water from Lake Ellsworth to 'Lake. Lawtonka as water is taken from the latter lake for Lawton and Fort.Sill use, the cily takes advantage of the lower evaporation loss at Lake Lawtonka. Hendrick. said Lawton has' two of the cheapest water sources In ! the stale, and! that the production 'Chutists Pack Gear For Meet : Men-from Army and .Air Force installations, throughout the,4th U! S Army are packing their parachutes this week In'preparation for the third;annual Fort.Sill sky diving meeting;,'start Saturday : morning "at Frisco Ridge on. the East Range; 'Army teams \viU-'come- from-Fort _ Bliss, Fort. Hood, .Fort Sam Hoiis-1 jj. 53^ medical, ton, Fort Polk; Fort. Chaffee arid .Nedra M. Welch, 1501 Garfield, .Fort Wolters. Airmen 1 from Vance, medical. ' - · Altus and Sheppard'Air Force Bas- R 0 bet W, Wade, 1407 Tart, mcd- es will participate also. 1 . . . Capt. John C, Fairbank, president of the Forf-Siil Sport Parachute. Club,'said the meet'will have THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Tuesday, Augurt27,1963 J Lawton Hospital News Items MEMORIAL Birth: 'Daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. Norman Dougierry, 2416^ D bom 9 16 a.-tij:. 'Augi 26; weight 6 pounds-' 10 ounces, Admitted JV.-'J; 'Urioste, 150S New Yori, medicaL ·.Mary' 1 '. Frances Casleel, 19'.ll Smith,' 1 surgery. Patricia Ann .Leatherman, '13J.9 of Mr. and Mrs. Elro Scott, 422 NW ' ·54th, surgery.' Mrs/- Timothy could expect to KO without having to pay unusually high interest rales Lake Lawtonka. and water is transferred under pressure by nLua.v luiiumnK a" ...M^.,.-, vi ^-- which are sometimes assess- pumping during 1ho off - penk cral months, were at 2:30 p.m. j ed when theoutstanding bonded in-1 hours for electricity demands. Monday in the First Baptist church chapel. Dr. H. Tom Wiles, pastor, officiated. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Gardens under direction ol Lawton Funeral home. Bearers were Clarence Kendrick. Douglas Rogers. Leon Felts. Win- dcbtedness is more than 50 per! Pumping during these 16 hours cent of the net assessed valuation I each day and on Saturdays, of property in a city. Mows Pressing Xeods ka filter plant. He eslimated the cost, including the cost of financing the present water bond Indebtedness, at five cents per 1,000 gal- Sundays and holidays, the city can transfer the water at a pumping lons. Siifee'U Lone Look By comparison, the city can ex- a slightly international flavor as well. Lt. Rolph, Davidson, a member of the.'.79 KIRKEE Commando Battery, Royal Artillery now training at · Sill, w i l l - j u m p with the Fort Sill team, ' . ' · The' teams will "chute" on the East Range's Frisco Ridge in five events Saturday, Final competition ends on Labor Day.. . First event will be the novice accuracy jump, a static line to five second delay lor' chutists wiUi less than 25 jumps. Next is the advanced accuracy, event, a 10- seeond-delay. Then, a 20-second delay jump will feature .style and accuracy. Next is. a 30-second delay featuring style and finally a four- man team accuracy jump .with a 30-second delay and baton passes .will cop Ihe competition. - - . · 'Time and weather permitting, there will be two jumps 'per event, Capt. Fairbank said. Individual trophies will be awarded for the first three -places in each event as well as overall team and Individual performances. The average of the Dnal four events will determine the (op team. icai; Clinton 'C. Bonds, Duke, medi cal. Kenneth D. PoHs, Oklahoma City,, medical. Fayne.'B. McCulston, Geronimo, medical. . . - · · ' · . Shirley Mae Buzbee, 1712 Tilt, medical;.' Icie E. Toole, Granite,, medical. Sam T. Braley, Fletcher, medical: . : · · Kay Irene King, 1225 Oak, surgery. Hubert Pierce, 2S19 H, medical,. Ed Franklin Russell. 510 Ailing- Ion, medical. James P: While. Cedar Crest Billy Ray Eaton, Rt. 1, surgery. Lawanna Sue Falk, 1106 S. 13th, Fund Directors Slated To Meet A special called meeting of the Tn the committee meeting, mem- cost of .53" of a cent per 1,000 bers were advised that the S6 mil-1 gallons. lion figure would Take care of the j In defsnding the program Uiwton-Fort Sill United Fund's board of directors was announced today by Howard L. Freeman. carara-Jsi^'-''Ew: s most rika reservoir if this facility is ever of constructed. The cost would he 30 3 . 30 ?ssing problems of water j pumping the water lo Lake Law-j ccnis per 1,000 gallons the first slon'Taylov, Jess Ncwby and Otis | treatment, delivery and distribu- 'tonka instead of permitting it to I year Tor (he ran 1 walor. not includ- Branson of Muskogce. ! tion until the combined population | flow by gravity to Lawlon to be j i n " the city's cost of filtering the Sen-ing as honorary bearers : of Fort Sill and Lawton is approxi-] treated and then placed in the dis-! n'aier and pumping it inlo Ihe dis- were members of the Fort Sill Fire | maiely 120.000 persons. Ii has : tribution system, Hendrick said Iribution system, department, Dinzle Sparlin. Ray-1 been eslimated this population may j transfer system is far cheaper Hendrick said the city should] mond Roper. Guy Penland, Otis I be reached by 1975. I than the other system which was I provide for maximum use of the | Christian, Claude Watson. B o b , Hendrick advised the group that j given thorough study by the cily cheaper «'ater sources such as I Crutcher, D. E. Bean, John Pugh. the city's water problems have \ council before its "decision was Lake Lawlonka and Lake Ells-1 Leonard Owens, Cecil Hawkins, | continued because the per capita i reached in 195S. ] worth. He also suggested thai the j Charles Sanders. James Laughlin. | water consumption is constantly I lumping I-css Expensive I water committee begin thinking o[' n. Friday, is lo consider campaign 'goal and allo: recommended by the budget commillee. surgery. Debra Anita Neel, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Neel,. Duncan, surgery. John -Smith Winland, Whiltier, Calif., surgery. Parchmon,. 2001 medical. Betty .Maddox, 654 Lott, medical, .Melvin J. Hall, 1231 Tennessee medical: Mrs. John Black, '4811 Birch, medical. Mrs. Robert H. Short,. 1809 C, surgery. Rickey Joe Napier, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs: John. Napier, 2601^4 I, surgery. ·'Mrs. Frank May, 1813 Andrews, surgery. - · Ladcll Lodes, Ardmore, surgery. : .Mrs. James W. Jones, 1624 N, 26th, surgery. . Mrs. Leon Neal, 1107' New York, and son horn Aug. 23, -Mrs. Billy E, Harper, 2711% C, and'daughter born Aug. 24. Mrs, Bernard Szalkowski, 4227. Gamden 'Way, and son born Aug. 21. Mrs. Marvin Carter, Rt. 3,'ined- c'al,. PHS INDIAN Blfth: Daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Bucky Seymour, Anadarko, bom 5:57 p.m. Aug. 25, weight 6 pounds 11 ounces, · Admitted: Travis' King, Comanche, medi- 1 Dm A Mr. and. Mrs. Bill Crow, .2406 N. ·12nd. surgery. '·' Ronald Trotter, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Trotter, 1709 A, medical. Dirk E. Reed, .915 S. Fifth, medical, · James E. Alvey, No. 49 N. 31st, medical: Earl D. Fleckinger, 1307 Cherry, medical. 1 .Mrs. Mary Lahren, 616 G, medical. Mrs. Mary M. Peaster, No. 39 N..2Blh. medical... Mrs. Burlow Lipps, 2409 Jelfer- son. medical. Roy T: McGee, 4211 Avondale, surgery. Joseph C. Reagan. Edmond, surgery. Llewellyn Trammel!, 901 Columbia, surgery. Mrs. Doris Milligan, Walters, surgery. Sharon Green, 40S Euclid medical. Dismissed: Mrs. Jsrry Nottingham. 70S Bell, and son. born. Aug. 23. Roxane Fenton, 6. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- Dale Fenton, 1309 lore, medical, Freddie "Wingo, 9. son of Mr. and Mrs.' Jack Wingo. 1904 Lee, I surgery. cal: Thomas Keahbone Elgin, med- cal. · - ' Tommy Fixico. Altus, surgery. Alexander Tohet, Fort Sill Indian School, surgery.' Wilkenjohn, Box 21,1 Ncllie MiUer ' Connerville, sur- 'gery. o( Herman medical, Ocic 1 Era Moss, Cyril, medical. Kathlyn . M. Reynolds, 1131 Maple, medicaL Kenneth Brant Dcnham, .Walters, medical. Louis Lara, Cache, medical. Ruby Gay . Cooper, 8 months,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Bennie Cooper, 2210 N. 37th, medical. Lillian M. Hornstcin, 1809 Gore, medical. Kathorinc Kaulaity. 6, daughter of Mrs. Rosita Kaulnily, 2507 J. medical. Darlene Palmer. 16. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palmer, 2733 F, surgeryDismissed: George W. Slagcr, 2240 Pollard. medical. Minnie 'Williams, Binger, surgery.. Geneva Mopoj/e, Anadarko, surgery. .Myrtle Butler. Oklahoma Qry, surgery, ' Damon Hunt, Anadarko, surgery. . Dismissed: Henrietta Tongjeamah, Carnegie., surgery. Rosa Davis, 713 F, surgery. Verla Winney, Anadarko, surgery. SOUTinVESTERV Birth: ! Son. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kepler, j 1407 Hoover, born 7:20 p.m. Aug. and Mrs. J. C. Moore Jr., 1712 Elm, surgery. Jane E. Moore, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore Jr., 1712 Elm, surgery. Hurbert Piatt, Walters, surgery. Mrs. William M. Lee, 238 Carver, surgery. Kenneth Spencer, Frederick, surgery. Edgar Carter Monroe, Amber, surgery. Edd Carr, Indiahoma, surgery. Mrs. George Pollard. 513 Euclid, medical. A. 0, Rury. Sterling, medical. Joe A. Leib. 323',i S. Third, medical. 26, weight 8 pounds 5 ] /2 ounces. Admilled: Karen Elaine Scott. 13, daughter ' Toni P.. Himes, 7, daughter of FRIED CHICKEN 2 l b s $1.25 Sidney's Dairy Creams imJ £ BeD EL 3-3023 Uth ft B EL 3-lGO | increasing throughout the nation, and because of the population Fort Sill Births Floyd Beomer, Mclnn Price, Horner Goody and Mando Moschclla. Hugh Lewis WAURIKA (Special) -- Arrangements are .pending at Worlcy Funeral home. Waurika. for Hugh Lewis. S5. who died at 6 p.m. Sunday in his home at Oklahoma City. Mr. Lewis was married to. Kate Bousman and they moved to Bowie Tex., from Waurika tr ,1905. He ad -- ^^"^n7?s ".U a ndw a Ta Ory for about 25 years and »vas a retired employe ot a department and p^. missi i e RoEan . ^sterns and also viewed student' Aug. 19: sons. 1st Set. and Mrs. i fire dircrtion Procedures on the i Many H, Facciani and S;* and i Hendrick said (he system i longer - range needs with the idea {I which was rejected by the council 'of securing and maintaining water 11 growth of more than 27,000 per- ion his .recommendation would have ; righis on other watersheds w h i c h ; might prove lo be cheaper than i llie Waurilca »'S(cr. I The consulting engineer said lhc | city's most pressing needs arc for Seventeen bovs and 27 girls were j i" 1 «P ; '" sion of lite Lake Lawion- born at the U.S. Armv Hospital, ^ '''' cr P 1 '" 1 "'- whlch could '* P^VI s,-n ,*,,,·,,,, ii, n ~,,':^ «r ·..,* ! doubled to a dally treatment cup- Civic Leaders Tour Fort Sill Nine civic leaders from the Phil- MILO GORDON'S YEAR END SALE Fort Sill, during the period IS 10 Aug. 23, Aug. IS: sons, Lt. and Aug. WHY PAY MORE? Look At These Terrific Bargains! Frederick J. and CWO ncily of 2o million gallons at n j cost ol S1.7 million: installation of j ( a 42.rnc V A L I A N T S arc touring! Mrs. Oss C Luntslord: daughter, i L ' M ' m '", cu " l *i.a«-w~: mstalln-1 lhc Artillery and Missile Center, ' S-Sct. and Mrs. Ellwood V, Star- " on . o t Bending delivery lines \ observed the Lacrosse, | ford and Pfc. and Mrs. Donald G. ""P 1 * !ram ^ lo ^ inches in j 1 ! sue. at an estimated cost of II,- j -118.000: and construction of Iwo j storage facilities in Law- j .Mrs. Richard A, Orndortf; dauRh- IS- «t a,combined, cost of JSOO, j tour concluded this after- J tors. Sp4 and Mrs. Robert R. Me- SIGNET CONVERTIBLE Automatic transmission, radio, heater, power top, anted windshield, super 225 engine, while wall tires. Window Sticker Price 52999.20 Y.E.S. Price $2626.19 wcst SIGNET 2-DR. HARDTOP Automatic transmission, radio, healer, tinted windshield, super 225 engine, white wall tires, $2715.20 $2393.57 noon -with a visit to the Artillery I N'amee, S-Sgt. and Mrs, Benny E. and Missile Center Museum. ! Walker. Sp4 and Mrs. Adam F. sons. Horace, of and Hugh, of Atlanta, Ga.. and one j brother, Oscar Lewis, Waurika. Mrs. Mary Doebel STERLING (Special) - Re- Chester'.""Va"'"'mayor ueorge sen u. uv jr. quiem mass for Mrs, Theresa | Scnatz treasurer. Parts Distribut- j Aug. 20:' sens Sgt. ^\nn«i. TV.«U.»1 07 .,U-. ,4L*y3 4-. T 11,7 - «. _ 7 _ _ ** ' -''**· 000. Hendriclc s.iid tile program would also involve a new raw \vat- Visitors include Harold P. King, Jacques, S-Sgl. nnd Mrs. Richard er line from the dam to the filter plant, at a cost of some 590,000. V-200 CONVERTIBLE Standard transmission, radio, heater, tinted windshield, super 225 engine, white wall tires. $2659.65 $2350.39 mayor of Upper Pens Neck Town- i L. Hillman, Sp4 and Mrs. Paul ship, N.J.; Charles Lucas, West j J. Bcgnand and Sfc. and Mrs. Mary Doebcl, S7, who died .In Lawton Monday, after an extended illness, will be held at 9 a.m., Thursday in Our Lady of Perpetual Kelp at Sterling. A rosary service will be held at 7: and Mrs. Basic RucominCndntion.s- . Thcse , ^ ic ««mn.cndaiioni : «ere me udcd ,n a water bond pro- which Was dc ' Mled m an V-200 2-DR. SEDAN Automatic transmission, radio, healer, white wall tires. . - - - - , . . . ir, C Corp.. Camden. N.J.; Fred L. Lester L. L-jhUe Wsm and Mrs. I Bickel. Civil Defense director and Willie L. Gamble; daughters, Sn5 . H " c k ", i-car l . propw sheriff, Warminstcr ship, Pa. and Mrs. Thomas L. Elzback and Sp4 and Mrs, Robert L. Carter, Also Louis S. Realey, Camden I Aug. 21: sons. Sp-J and Mrs. Rob- I the -12-in ward as Cache Road near Wolf creek, that a 36-inch line be constructed on south to Lee. that a SIGNET 2-DR. HARDTOP Standard transmission, radio, heater, super 225 engine, white wall tires. S2458.55 $2183.26 52529.35 $2242.67 Fletcher. Rev. Qerus Bash -will 1 of- liciate a; both services. Burial will be in th Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Doebel was born Sept. 22, j 1S75 in Flatonia, Tex. She was married 10 Charles Doebel on -Nov.. 23, 1897, at Westphalia, Tex. They moved to Sterling in 1904. Survivors,are 10 daughters,-Mrs... Mary Stanton. Rl. 3, La-wton; Mrs. Emma Fchring, Mrs. Ida Fehring, Mrs. Cecilia Schertler, Miss Angela Doebol, all of. Sterling; Mrs. Rose Schcttler, St. Paul, Kan.; Mrs. Anna Marie Jackson. Elgin; Sister Mary of Grace, Sister Charles Theresa, Sister Marie de Chantel, all of San-Antonio: a-son, Joe Doebel, McCune, .Kan. Also surviving are two sisters, Miss Anna Schulte. .Sterling; Mi's. and A rosary service will be held at; Armed Forces advisory committee, I ert H Giles Pvi and Mrs Lee'TM " U v"V" 1"""' vu '""j u ' alp " ':30p.m. Wednesday in the chapel; ^ udubon ^ - 7 . rj a vi'd T s , ' E Burkptt nd Cani rrf V ! 3 °-' nch '" connected lo go ,1 the Dalton Funeral home of formci .'publisher of the Philadel- Lee B." Short: daughter^" ="' S ° Uth l ° Bish ° P R ° a d '' a n d ' ^ a phia Daily News, Princeton, N. J.! and Mrs. Leo Trusclair, S. . ^-inch line run from that point U iMr,. George T Crosby, Sp5 and ^ e %££ ^To loo;,te *y I Vlr*c r_ai-ir^n A · \7fm Cnnr 1^ AV/^ f -J Lt. Col. George W. Eddy.- com- 1 ! Mrs. George A; Van Sane Jr. and mander of the 2nd Missile Bat-. M-SgL and Mrs. Leslie Ramey. rah'on, 59th Artillery, escorted the -group around the post. V-200 4-DR. SEDAN Automatic transmission, radio, heater, tinted windshield, white wall tires, ' · . ' . · $2534.85 $2245.53 V-200 4-DOOR SEDAN Vinyl 'trim, automatic transmission, radio, healer, tinted glass ·windshield only, white wall tires. - $2554.80 $2261.30 Personal Growth Courses Offered Classes begin Sept. 23 at Cameron college for courses in personal giowth, offered by the University of Oklahoma extension di: i vision and school and community i ^ P L Y M O U T H S Aug. 22: sons. 1 Sgt. and Mrs. Jose M. Oniz, · Lt. and Mrs. Andrea G. ProchUo, 1 Sp4 and Mn. Stephen V. Patience and Sp5 and Mrs. . Rafael . Santiago Molina; daughters. Sgt and Mrs. Reuben R. . Stephenson. Lt. and Mrs.' Charles K. ' Malonc, S-SgL and i Mrs. Maxwell D. . Lisenby, Plc..'| and Mrs, Chris L. Lerum, and Sfc. (Ret.) and Mrs. William W. Miller. - - and Mrs. and Mrs. 'Aug. 23: sons, Pic. Willard D.'Beck, Sgt Leon M. Rodgers and Sp4 and r,vo brother, John and Henry ·Schulte of Sterling; 34 grandchii- dren, 53 great grandchildi-en, Ernest T. Burum WAUPJKA (Special;-- Services lor Ernest Thomas Burum, 79, who died at 7:30 a.m. 'Monday in a Waurika rest home following 'an extended jllness, were to be at.2;3t» p.m. today in the 'Worley 'Funeral home chnpel. Waurika. Rev. A. Blair .Grubb, .jJastor .of the Methodist churches in Hastings and .Waurika, was to officiate with burial in Waurika cemetery. Mr. Burum .was bom 'Jan. serivccs.. .The ,sLx 16-hour non-credit courses include: 'Reading lor' speed, and. retention, vocabulary improvement, productive thinking and creativity, communicating .'ideas, human dynamics clinic .and discussion experience with great minds. The courses are teing offered f OU in .cooperation., with .Cam : eron college. ' · ' . . ' · .Instructors include- John .Ram-: beau, director of reading' 1 ' labora-.. tory; 1 ' Jack''Douglas 1 , :pr.ofessor of- 1 speech; .Robert--Burton,' director:bJ[ testing . and placement; 'Howard ·Brighton, reading/ laboratory in-;. 1 Mrs. J. C. Draper, S-SgL and Mrs. ; .~Mateo'-. Florcs -Jr. and Pic. and Mrs.:,,Rufus P: Warren. Aug.' 24:' sons, Capt and Mrs. ·Carrell M. -Barrow; .."daughters, CpL and. Mrs.. Truman X.. Edison; Pic. and Mrs: Jerry L.-Evans and Sgt. and Mrs. Roy R. Wood. ' · . OFFICIAL SCHOOL BOOKS AND LISTS AVAILABLE 'Buy your school books and supplies now! · RATCLIFFE'S Z Locatiorw -- 317 D and Cuchc Road Square V 8 F U R Y 4 DOOR SEDAN Automatic transmission, power steering, radio, air conditioner and heaier, tinted glass, wheel covers, inside day/nite mirror, undercoat; white . . . . . . ' ' $3692.30 $3112.63 V-8 FURY 4-DR. SEDAN, Automatic transmission, power steering, radio; heater, tinted windshield, wheel covers, inside day/nite mirror, undercoat, white wall t i r e s . ' - · . . · . . ' . ' - - . . 6-CYL. SAVOY 2-DR. SEDAN Standard transmission, radio, heater, wliiie wall tires. $3288.75 $2480.25 $2781.83 $2141.54 V-8 FURY 2-DR. HARDTOP ·Automatic 1 transmission, power steering, power-.brakes, radio, air conditioner, heater., tinted 'glass, 1 wheel covers, Commando 361 engine,'undercoat, white wall, tires, V-8 BELVEDERE 4-DR. STA. WAGON 6 passenger, automatic transmission, power steering, radio, air conditioner, heater, roof luggage, rack, windshield washer, tinted glass, undercoat; white wall tires. . - ' · · ' ' ' . ' · - . - 1884. at.Bonham, Tex., .and mar- structor, and James-Ford; direc- ricd Maude Sa\vyer March 20,1921,! Wr ° f study-.discussion, : .all of OU,' in Duncan. He 'farmed: southeast of Land.. K.. A. McClure, ,Camerpn : Hastings Irom 192S '-till 1958 when 1 they -moved .to Waurika. He was a member of /the Methodist church. Survivors .include his .wife of the home; one son, Harvey -Burum, AmarlUo, Tex.; one daughter, Mrs. Eugene Hight. Hastings; three -brothers -Mort.'. of 1 ' Norman,, -and. -W^ P. ;and Jack o£ Duncan; a ^all- brother, ,C. -.-.«.· Pace, .Stonewall;- one/sister.'-Mts.'W. 'M. Ely, Hast- and .six grandchildren.- Bearers will,be;Bert Evans, ;J. B'.i Phillips, Lavern 'Tester, 'Murell mer -Benson. speech and' journalism teacher.; 1 '. Enrollment fee is.;$15. : per.'course: , PERSONALS '^ ·'-Gen,'iandi'Mrs.-Horace.; L. S'tm-. ders will arrive Sunday lor a.few ,days .visit with friends . : here.. They: .\vill-be .houseguests of it. Col. and; Scott:Road.'..Gen;.and-Mrs, Sanders; Jormcr. 'Lawtonia'nsi";are '.fo -,;route irpm.-iGolorado^Springs, 'r Colo., ,tq.'; their 'home ··. in.'-- Milwaukee, -Wise." filljIII Quality Plus Economy! :'· SAVE UP Unrold." . · · . Stuj-gess'.." '' · - .-" -Joo Robert* . . . . ... . · . . , - , On Automobile and HOMEOWNERS Coverag* Be SURE and^COM PARE Coverage and Rates . . : -DISCOUNT ;44TH AND CACHE ROAD- ·-·. ; ^LAV^TON, OKU. V-8 FURY 4-DR. SEDAN ·Automatic- transmission,/· radio, "heater, tinted glass,, windshield only; wheel covers, undercoat, .white wall tires. ; . . V-B FURY 4-DR. SEDAN Vjnyl trim, . automatic..-transmission,, power;, sleerinfiv radio, aii- conditioner and : heater,. windshield .washer, tinted -glass, wheel" 'covers, undercoat, white wall tires. · ' . . . . . . , -.. · . - , . . . . $3813.10 $3868.20 $3207:95 $3725:10 $3208.90 $3251.73 $2719.08 $3137.73 V-8 SPORT FURY 2-DOOR HARDTOP Auto,/trans,, ;radlo,';air cpnd.,.·'heater, :safety.':sc'at.-belts.: windshield washer, 'tinted, glass, outside-left 1 mirror, undercoat'^white wall tires V-8 FURY 4-DR SEDAN Two -i;one"paintr"automatic transmission,, -ra'dio,.and,"heater ·'glass.'iwheelicovers, -.undercoat,.. \yhite wall-tires: tinted C H R Y S L E R S NEWPORT 4 DOOR SEDAN= - ,, ' 'Automatic''transmission'.'-powcristeei'ing.iradio,theater,.;tinted .wind. shield, wheel covers/.white-wall tires. $3816.85 $3210.74 $3230.50 $273658 $3714.15 $3106.81 ' . Alio Big Sovingi on Volliont, Plymouth, Chrysler and Imperial Demonstrators ^AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH, VALIANTJtJMPERIAL DEALER MILO GORDON Mtr. Co. 322 E Avenu. i Outdoor r Showroom ·-- Sheridan Road'and'-Bell Dial EL5-2464

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