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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Tuesday, Aiigurt 27,1963 gK*®iji*K?a ··' ·' '· ·'· : -; -" '· ?i$i^i^ **;··;, SWS: Personal Notes Mrs. Russell'Marshall and Gary, 712 N; 36th, have returned. from a month's tour of the Hawaiian Islands and the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia,' Canada. Mr. Marshall accompanied them to Mt. Rushmore, S.D. FALL FORECAST. Booted or not, these are fashions Milady will be wearing, come fall and winter. The tailored red woolen suit with double buttoning (from left) is from the collection of Paris designer Pierre Cardin and is shown with a Don Quixote hat in brown velvet taupe, an umbrella matching the suit, and knee-high soft kid boots. The tartan suit is in gray mauve wool is another from the Cardin collection. It has a chasuble-shaped jacket punctuated with four large buttons. A puce-colored velvet taupe hat compliments the beaver collar, and, of course, there are again boots. Paris designer Pierre Balmain offers the next ensemble of three layers of wool for the voyager. The reversible woolen coat is gray on one side, beige on the other, and is worn with a gray and beige houndstooth skirt and jacket and a beige jersev wool blouse. The opossum look showed up in Paris with this hat and opossum-collared jacket from the collection of Paris designer Nina. R.icci. The loose-fitting hip-length coral pink jacket is worn over an elephant gray flannel dress. (AP Wirephoto) Pioneers Fete Flag Donors At Luncheon E S P E C I A L L Y The Pioneer club had a lur.dv con at the Musc-um of the Great j Plains, honoring Mr. and Mrs. i Lawrence Banks. · - J The Indian Art exhibit by Lee T Adams was viewed by members . J 3.LICS and gucsrs before the luncheon. Mrs. Jess Percival, president, led the invocation and the flag salute. Members then werc given a closeup view of the new Pioneer flag Mr. Banks presented to them j during the Lawton Birthday cele- [ braiion, ! Hostesses were Mrs. W. E. Provine, chairman. Mrs. J. M. Patter- Program . night at a meeting of the X«e Janes in the Holiday Inn. M. B, Capshaw was in charge ol son, with Mrs. Frank Rice contributing. Volunteer helpers were Mrs. Susie Mitchell. Mrs. W, H. Clark, Mrs, Dee Raibourn presided over the business session. Guests «'ere Mrs. John Cruse and Mrs. Paul Benton and Mrs: ·Mrs. Joe Kinkadc, Mrs. Lafc i Paul Hushes, Thompson and Mrs. Lula Chancel- j Memt(?rs prescnt werc Mrs . ' or ' j Wayne Hatt^pe, Mrs. Andy Bans- Guests were members of. the! ira, Mrs. Jim \Varkcntin, Mrs. W. museum staff Bob Elder and Mrs. s. Parrish, Mrs, Pat Sullivan, Mrs. Lucy Tong. and Mrs. Rod Evans.; Robert Ebisch. Mrs. Charles Sin- Other members present were i Mrs. W. A. WaJker, Mrs. Roy Ro-' dolph. Mrs. Pa: Shuman, Mrs, Ray WhJtescarvcr. Mrs. S. G. Farmer, Mrs. G. W, Server, Mrs. Rufus Carothers, Mrs. John Seaman, Mrs. Roy Evans, Mrs. R. B. Ster van, Mrs. An Manning, and Mrs. A. M. Reimvand. · I- t Cityans Attend State Coaching, Guild Conference Three Lavton residents Satur- glcton. Mrs. Tutty Roberts. Mrs, Three Link Club Holds Picnic At Union Park Members of the Three Link club of Unity Robekah lodffe 121 held their annual picnic Monday night in Union park. Attending were Mrs. Vorrv Hunter, Mrs. Doris Read. Mrs. Beatrice Morrison, Mrs. Gilbert Burkhalter, Miss Nancy Jones. Mrs. John Wood, Mrs..- Bertie .Mtelli, Mrs. Jess Stanley, Mrs. John Davis, Mrs, Billy \V. Peters of Elizabclh- ton. Tcnn., and · daughter. Billlc Jeaji, Mrs. Doris Rath, Walters, I After the picnic, members gathered in the bandstand for a short business' meeting conducted by Mrs. Hunter, president. Lodge members practiced their drill to be held Saturday, Joining the members were Mrs. Alma Wyalt. Mrs. Lois Purcell, Mrs. B. J. Keeling and Mrs. Ivoble Fields. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Rath, 3101 I. / Shower Honors Abigail Van Buren: Tell Him It's All Or Nothing' DEAR ABBY: I am married to i got another job. He's working, loo. I DEAR ABBY: My dear father- Jack Brock, Mrs. Mrs. Roy Wickham, S I Dcnham, Mrs. Raiboum, Mrs. Jim Maddox, Mrs. Eddie Kern, Mrs. Dan Martin. Mrs. Bob Huff and Mrs, Don Whiiaker. i Mrs. Birdsong Coffee Hostess Mrs, EH W. Birdsong Jr., 1165 Lester Road, Fort Sill, was hostess to the monthly coffee for Wives of officers of the 4th Field Artillery Missile group. . Coy Rogers LETITTA (Special) - Mrs. Coy Rogers was honored with a pink and blue shower in the annex ol the Lelitia church. Mrs. BUI McCall. Mrs. Grace Taliaferro and Mrs. Edna Rogers a man ion years younger than myself. We had both been divorced nnd were loncsomr, and he said II made no difference that I was older, as he didn't care for the younger, girls..He's a nice-looking man in.his 30's. I have a grown son and daughtcr,'".bolh working. I held a good job'and had money in the bank and a nice home, all paid for. He asked me lo sell my house, trade in my car for a new- one, quit my job and move to another city with him. Tills I did My heartbreak came when we j in-law died six months ago. Had were at n night club one ni^ht and he said, "If we run. into anyone 1 know, I will introduce you as my AUNT!" Now I find out he has (old everyone thai he is n bachelor, I am so hurt and sick. Please loll me what to do, Abby. Should I leave him? HIDDEN WIFE DI2AK IIIDDKN: Don't convict ytiur hiisbnnd on clrcum.iln.nlljil oi-ldeiice. Put It lo him (Ills ', I bought another house nnd way: "Are you oshimiod oC me? Would you prrfer to lx n bnchc- lor. M«ko up your mind, I'm ybilr wllo In prlvntn HIM! in pub. lie. Or not nil nil." Circle Chooses Year's Activities ELGIN (Special) -- Members ol the Mary Elizabeth Circle of the Melhodist church mcl )n the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Bandy, with Mrs. Mall Johnson, chairman, presiding. Plans were discussed for aciivi- tics in the coming yc.ir. Mrs. Ivon Smitli gwc the open- Ing prayer. Mrs. John Terinus and Mrs. Smilh presented the lesson, "Teaching Us lo Pray." It was decided 10 begin the study course. "Teaching Toward Christian Perfection," at the next meeting. Mrs. Bandy will be the leach- acted as hostosses and served re- er ' freshmcnts to Alice Payne, Mrs. J. R, Taliaferro, Mrs. Nadine Rogers, Mrs. Ben Bertram, Mrs. Jim Taliaferro, Mrs. Obie Bruce, Mrs. Joe Carman, Mrs. James Vand- wort Mrs. Leonard Davis, Mrs. E. M. Ford, Mrs. Nell Howard, Mrs. Emil Schram. Mrs. Paul day attended a coaching confer- j Tne womcil en ] 0ye a the coffee. I Ford, Mrs. George Rogers, Mrs. ence and Wesleyan Service Guild j tea and assorted pastries served j Robert Taliaferro. Mrs. committees meeting in St. John's Methodist church in Oklahoma City. They were Miss Lfllie Mae Fraz- ·Jer, conference chainnan of the nominatinf; committee: Miss Ole- thn Wildey, Lawton district secretary, and Miss Leta Louie Smith, district chairman of Christian social relations. Mrs. Malcom Stout. Oklahoma City, conference secretary, conducted the sessions, which included clinics lor various groups of officers, a study and a question and answer- session. Twelve of the 14 district secretaries in the Oklahoma conference attended. Four basic needs of officers and chairmen of lines of work on the local, .district, conference and jur- Isdictional levels were stressed. They included greater depth ol understanding of lines of work, methods lor coordinating .pro- trams, creation of unity between levels of work, and increased participation from, local level in. district programs. It was announced that a spiritual life retreat will be Oct. 5 and 6 at Lake Texoma camp. TERMITES--ROACHES LAIRD'S EL5-2134 a table decorated with a purple floral arrangement A guest, Mrs, Ben Williams, Fairfax, Va., poured. ; Mrs. S. F. Jillson. wife of the group commander, presided over discussion of the September group luncheon. Others attending -were Mrs. Howard W. Gorier. Mrs. Charles T. Anders, Mrs. Douglas L. Harris, Mrs. James T. Heathcock and Mrs. Clifford L. Rovelto. i -f -f Back To School' Party Is Given ELGIN (Special)--The home of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Stephens was the. scene of a "Back to School" party. Hostesses were Miss Carolyn Stephens. Miss Janie .Kolker and Miss Oneda Slatten. Mrs. Dee Slatten and Mrs. Stephens were chap- rones." · : '. Attending were 65 guests, including sophomores, juniors and seniors irom Sterling and - Lawton. OUQMALi Designing from sketches only. No .patterns, samples available; .MtN.-ItthSt EL3-73U PIANOS ORGANS 1639 Cache Hood V · n T c . - ^ / ! :DIol .EL7-1466 SOCKWEJLL PUNO AND ORGAN CO- Baldwin -- Hamilton -- Acrosonic -- Howaid Pianos ; , ... Baldwin .Organs lor. the Home.or Church Rental*:-- : ; Used Pianos!-- Rano.-Tuning-,"; : - ..·'·'.'·'·'"· Paul Taliaferro, Kay Rogers, Midge Howard and Dianne Taliaferro. . *. / * United Neighbors Conduct Meeting LOVELAND-' (Special! -- The United Neighbors club met in lie home of Mrs. Dorothy Walter, The group sanp "Dear Hearts and Gentle People". Mrs. Betty Carpenter gave the devotion from Isaiah. Mrs.. Chester Larrew gave t h e prayer.. · . : . " · ' Mrs. Burgeri McFall called · the roll, and a short business.meeting was heldJ . · · .·Present were Mrs. Olven Dennis, Mrs. John Oakley, Mrs. Horace Moon, Mrs.- D. S.-King, Mrs. Orville- Walker, Mrs. 'Marie Hall, Mrs. Chester Larrew, Mrs. .Billy Ward, 'Mrs. : Bryan' Dunlap, and Mrs. Virginia Cole, .home demonstration agent. - . - . - ' HIM fata bruds you taw shoes you be A recording, "Hymns at- Home" by Ernie Ford, was played during the program. Each member was asked to bring a guest to the next meeting Sept. 3 in'the home of Mrs. Herbert Phelps, 212 Maple. : New members werc Mrs. Phelps ·and Mrs. Roy McPherson. ·* ' ' · Reservations Due For LA Luncheon Reservations are being taken at the Westside Golfand'Country club office' for the-Ladies day luncheon lo be .held at-12:30 p.m. Thursday 'by the club's Ladies association. . Mrs. R. B: Franklin- Jr... goll chairman, has announced players are to select one club only with which to play nine, holes o f . golf for the special event of the day. ' . Bridge sessions will-'start'at 9:30 'a.m. and again following the lunch- 1 ' con. ' ' · · ' . ' . Hostesses will be Mrs..Ed Me- hew and Mrs. DonleyiRonlsh; -.-. DEAR ABBY: Our young son was given n culc little baby duck last Easter, and now it is a full- gromi nuiKnnce, He is up at dawn, quacking worse thM n rooster. He was lilt by a motor scooter and suffered .1 broken wing so we took him lo (Hi? vet's lo have his wins set. Anorher time he postered our collie dog and RO: most of his feathers lorn off. He also lost .in nye. Just last week he ale some poison berries and we had to Lake him lo the vet's aeain. This cra^y bird has cost us S33 in doctor and drug bills. We can't kill it because he's a "pel." Docs anybody wanna buy a duck? DUCK TROUBLE DEAR DUCK TROUBLE: Vot w i t h t li p recommendation YOU'VE given It. The answer IH easy as duck soup. Call vour S.P.C.A. nnd tell (hem you are all Fowled up. he lived a little longer, my mother-in-law and he would have celebrated their golden wedding anniversary next month. My sister-in- )nw wants lo give a big anniversary party," complete wilh guests find gifls nnyway. She argues that the "faroUy" has looked forward lo this golden wedding anniversary for so long it is only "fair" lo give Mother the party. My husband and I believe such a celebration would be improper. What is your opinion? JUST WONDERING DEAR WONTOERIXG: y n ur husbnmj and you we right. Since your fnther'ln-lfiw Is not living, such n cclobmtlon would be out of order. Give your mother.in- IRW n corsni;c and Invite her to n quiet tjunlly dinner. * · * DEAR ABBY: Please tell that stupid Mother of Five in Philadelphia thai bearing a child does j not make one n mother any more than buying a piano makes one a A. four-day guest in the home ol Nixie..Landers, daughter of Judge and Mrs, E.obert S. Landers, 1315 S. 27ti, was Dixie Hornsby of Baytown, Tex'., who returned to .her home Sunday night. Mr. and_ Mrs. Irvin E. Schmidt, 38M Ferris, are home from a 12- day vacation in Colorado Springs. Colo. They visited Estes Park; Denver and other Colorado., points during their (rip. Miss Peggy Loud has returned lo Houston,.Tex., after visiting her mother, Mrs. Wilbur Loud, 1505 Columbia. Miss Loud, who graduated from the University of Oklahoma, Norman, in .June, will teach first .grade in a this. Jail. Houston school Miss Margaret Fox, 413 Bell, is home from s. three-week tour of the southeastern portion of the United States and of Nassau, Bahamas, W.I. Visiting Mrs. A. T. Keeler, SOS Ferris, for the past two weeks have been her son and family, M-Sgt. and Mrs. A. E. Keeler and daughters, Mary Ellen, Cheryl Jean and Debra Elise, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Anderson and children, Stephen William and Lone Grace, Dallas, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs, M. Curry, Allen Bob, Roddy Martin and Candace Jean, Okla- loma City. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Curry are daughters of Mrs. Keeler. Westwbod" P-TA Board Plans Year The executive -board of Westwood . Parent-Teachers association met in the teachers lounge at the school with Leo .Holmes presiding. Plans for the new year's schedule ol P-TA meetings were discussed, keeping in mind the theme for the year, "Children Are a Growing Concern." Committees were selected by Kenneth Head, ways and means chairman, to begin -work on the Oct. 3] school carnival. .Mrs. Rex Pierce, membership chairman, 'planned registration of members on the day. ol school enrollment, Friday. Subscriptions lor the P-TA magazine may be purchased that day from 'Mrs. Robert Hulse, it was announced. An open house will be held in conjunction with the .first P-TA meeting in the school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9. Refreshments will be served by the hospitality chairman, 'Mrs. Lowell Walker. . Other chairmen present were Mrs. Edward Campbell, Mrs. T. E. Stinnett; Mrs. Helen Whitley, Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Norbert Ballauer, Mrs. Jerry Hedrick and Orvis Rigby. i i ^ City Sorority Changes Meeting Day To Tuesday The Rho Kappa Gamma sorority met Monday night in the home of Jean Ann Garrison. Phyllis Autry presided over the business session. The group decided to change the regular meeting Angela Kay Curry, who visited! TMX ht from Monday to Tuesday, here for two weeks returned home i plans were raade !OT a rummage with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sale to be held Saturday, beginning at 6 a.m. Members present were Lashlev, Rose Red Eik, Curry. Mrs. Howard Entertains Unit Mrs. H. D, Howard .was hostess n her home, 3434 Oak, for a meeting of Grde 1 of the First Methodist WSCS. Mrs. C. J. Crew presented the devotion, "In Tune With the In- inite." The lesson on laith was giv- 'n by Mrs. Stanley Bryant Guests were Mrs. June Epperon, Tulsa: Mrs. Millie Frankin, Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Doyle Jigham, WSCS president, and Mrs. Jryant. There were 15 members ttending. The next meeting will be at 9:30 i.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3, in the home ol Mrs, Lyle Grose. Judy Carol Greenwood, Mary Atchley, Ria Moore, Miss Autry. Cathy Branch, Miss Garrison and Susan Bandy. Janis Dodson, Borger, Tex., was a guest. Special week assignments were given to pledges, Janett Lawrence and Nancy Hess. The next meeting will be in the home of MLss Bandy, 2208 Crosby, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. musician. NO MUSICIAN i IN WEST HARTFORD What's on your mind? For a personal reply, send a self-addressed, ! stamped envelope .to Abby, Box j 3365. Beverly Hills. Calif. Get Growing · Inieet Spraylnt · Ferttllien- . MODERN LANDSCAPE IMS Sheridan Bd. EL S-!W»; .:'.. Open .7:30 a.in. to « ; pjn. tf : ,. .'..:! Mon;:.Thrn.8it. .. , : ' : i BEAUTICIANS | §} EAEN BIG JCfl »7C §» M' MONEV JV" f J ii *« and np to f200 Weekly »£ f Enroll Now J * In S.W. Oklahoma'! oldest K? 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Lowest prices possible wlith quality workmanship. Call now /or Special prices. . · ' ' ^ ' ' 1718 Smith " k ' ' STOREY AND BARTON School of the Dance New Classes Will Begin September 3rd:' BALLET - TAP - JAZZ Classes For Children of All Ages-SPECIAL CLASSES FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN NOW- BIINGACCEPTED: DioLIL 5^77i-Offic«: !70l9jGore; Blvd. . . : -::.-^;Sfudlo«:. 70* Gore aBd'i«io.H.*15(i..'iV.?'K.'-.' ' The Liliane Louise School of Dance Fall and Winter Season Enrollment Now thru September 1 to 10 P.M. Ballet, Acrobatics, Modern Jazz Tap, Variety, Ballroom 1527 Gore EL 5-6557 NEED FURNITURE? Everything you need for your new home on one time poyment plon with no down, payment! Nationally advertised lines furniture, carpet,. bedding- and appliances at lowest possible Gire ui o try before, you buy. Special prices on house group*., Evenings 'til 8:00 p.m. FRIE DELIVERY 1509 Cach* Rd. EL 5-2040

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