The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 27, 1963 · Page 9
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 9

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Tuesday, August 27, 1963
Page 9
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Tuesday, August 27, 1963 9 GIRLS WILL BE BOYS. But the result won't displease the boys this fall. The young lass here matches a plaid suspender skirt and plaid jockey cap with a black enka nylon turtleneck pullover. The same pullover and cap goes to class, right, with pants and skirt combination. The skirt closes on the side in order to pass the Dean of Women's fashion examination. In Fashions . . . Teen-Agers Try To Please Boys By JEAN SPRAIN WIISOX NEW YORK (AP) - Parents, who merely have 10 pay the bills, have no idch how fraught with difficulties chosins a school ^·ardrobe can be. Ask any teenage girl. There are simply loo many people to please -- such as boys, school officials, box's, parents, boys, othpr girls, boys, herscll ol course, and 0 yes, boys. Often it isn't so much what the Dean of Women likes as what she dislikes thai a fashion siudonl must keep in mind. Usually, the Dean is bearish about low necklines, tight sweaters, knee tickler skins, and bcrmudas even to the kneecap, But then a smart fashion scholar will have TO admit that ihere is a time and place for everything and ihe classroom, unless i t ' s an actor's school, is not a place for these. But How Mi!Ch? Parents lend to react to the plea that "Everybody's wearing ihem and I feel like a phillistine without them," with a lot of. fruslrat- | ing practical questions like: "How ! much is it? What else can you : wear il with? How will you keep .' il clean?" i Still, keeping up with the girls, | even getting ahead ot thorn now i and then on a skimpy clothing al! lowance is a real brow \vrinklor. [ Everybody after the burgeoning . teen-age market oKcrs gimmicks which he hopes will sure. fire "can't-live-withoul-if campus lads, and make a quick fortune ; lor him. With advertising lures from ov- ! cry dircclion. a bright young lass must keep her head, and coolly chose the garments that others may imitate but only she can wear ' well. K«po«( 10 Times To strengthen her willpower she should repeat 10 times a day the modem adage. "Mad fads fade, leaving a closetful of foolishness, nothing you'd be caught dead in · tomorrow." A lecn - aje girl is her own severest critic. Although she has strong dislikes -- anllhing her : mother buys lor her, for example ] --she is not absolutely sure she ' brought the right things home dei spile daylong sessions in the fit- j ting room. ! Even though she is insecure j about her decisions because this is her stage of cmolional developments, she usually Is right about her fashion, For years now she ihas been doing her fashion homework, pouring over the tempting slick fashion magazines and newspaper articles. Fortunately, smart merchandisers with a careful car to her tastes, are now keeping in mind bright, fresh slyles that avoid fad- diness, and that slrelch a wardrobe from here to there. That stretching point pleased parenis, The confidence develops after Ihe clothes ha^'° been boy-tested and found to be successful. Boy- lasies about girl's dollies are really not any more clearly defined lhan mnn-tastes are about women's cloihes. No male knows what or why he likes for sure, only that in it the girl looks good to him, That is a primary goal of a teen-age girl. Paradise Valley Club Re-Elects Its President SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY ELGIN (Special! - Mrs. Dona Sl)b _ Dc . h club Susan Haves, 2-106 Plumtrce was re-cloctca president, Mi an ta 7-30 p m of the Paradise Valley Home i ' Scnio ' c ' itizcns ' club, Museum of Demonstration club at an all-day ;he Grcat plainSi 7 p m meeting in ihe Community house. Women of Beal Heights Presby- Othcrs eloclcd were Mi's. LTin terian church, general meeting in Ballou, vic^ president; Mrs. Bill church parlor. 7:30 p.n\ Hcvvcs. secretary; Mi's. Charles · Charily chapter 50", OES, initia- Gjiddc] reporter] and Mrs. Don, lion. Masonic temple, 1SU C. TM5 Taylor, chaplain. | p.m. Plans wore made to serve the ' Jl ad l" /^IJi;!^ '° WV P 05 ' Reuben Poinicr sale and to enter I na . ^^ buildmE, S p.m. . exhibits in the County Fair Sept. 12-14 in Lawton. WEDNESDAY First Methodist church WSCS, Mrs. Plumtrec presided over the , coUcc in Currcll hall. 10 .a.m. ·business macling. and Mrs. Madle i District Girl Scout neighborhood Huckleberry gave the devotional. | service team training. Mrs, Bert Mrs. Clara Kcllcy. home demon- | Herigslad, 1153A Kilbrcth Rd., stration agent, and Opal Walker. ! Fort Sill, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. assistant HD agent, gave the le-s-; t i son. "Today's Fabrics. 11 Mrs. Tay-1 R o K p k n h ; H n l r l lor gave the invocation for :hc : K-DeKCinS M O I Q noon luncheon. Others present were Mrs. W. W. McClung, Mrs. Damon Vowell.: Mrs. John Lulkc, Mrs. \V. A. Gar-! lod ?° ^ wi V s . . man, Mrs, Reuhen Pointer, and j ^. ;lOui hal1 mlh guests, Mrs. John Leonard daughter. Linda. Formal Initiation A meeting o. 1 Lawton Rcbclcah ; Paradise Valley WSCS Has Social ;. Leonard V, noble grand, and Miss Wilma Cook, vice grand, presiding. Formal initiation was held. The degree was conferred upon Betty Jean Hansen. Mrs. R.uih Wagnon pave the noble grand's charge; Miss Cook, the vice grand's charge; Mrs. Carl Whealley, the.] Unity Rebekohs Drape Charter Unity Rcbckah Iwlgc 12 met In the 1OOF hsi; with Mrs. Bill Read, noble grand, and Mrs. Joe Marks, vice grand, presiding. Mrs. Jnck Wellington was In charge of draping the charter tor the late Mrs. Eliza Hanks, «-ho was a member of the lodge. Those taking part were Mrs. Read, Mrs. Marks, Mrs. C, M. Hardy, Mrs. Allen Thompson, Mrs. Vera Hunter and Mrs. Annie Bell. Mrs. Marjorie Schillings s a n g "Precious Memory," accompanied by Mrs. B. J. Keeling. Mrs. Thompson reported a hamburger fry and party at 6:30 p.m. Friday in IOOF hall. Everyone is invited. Mrs. Hunter, president of the Three Link dub, announced that members and their families will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday tor a picnic in Union park. Mrs. Bertie Rath, Mrs. Bell and Mrs. John Davis served refreshments to 24 members. / CLUB TO MEET The Red River Promcnadcrs Square Dance club will meet at S p.m. today at the American Legion hall, Seventh and E. The public is Invited to attend. The group Is practicing 'or the Jail festival here in October, and ihe state festival in November in Oklahoma City. ELGIN (Special)- Members of h ^ ch and Mrs Lon . the Paradise Valley Baptist \ \ o m - j j 1 ^^,^ t noble d - s an s Missionary' society and their i nar _ c lamilies attended a fellowship so- j M Jl ' cial in the church, Mr Dot D . jfry won the club If Rt , freshmcr ,^ were serve d by WINNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP , Mrs. Vernon Harris ; gave the op- ^ F] d ^ and ^ Dink enmg prayer, and Mrs Paul Ea- * x members. tans read the prayer calendar. The . __ _ ____ lesson, "Turn Away From Truth ! of God," was presented by several · members. ' Ice cream and cake were serv- '· ed to Mr. and Mrs. Don GiUi- i land, Sheryl, Randy and Ricky, I Mr. 'and Mrs. A, A. Lewis, Mr. .' and Mrs. Kenneth Woll, Mr. am] , Mrs. Paul Eakins, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bob Oliver. Robbie, Dale ' and Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- i son Tumbull, Mrs. Dona' Plumtrec ! and Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ; Harris. Janic and Allen, the Rev. i and Mrs. Don Taylor, Jan and Danny. Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Burns and Mrs. A. F. Hagle. SpccliiJi; Permanonls Complete $5.50 up Shampoo and Set SI.50 1508 Bell Avenue Dial EL3-3798 MR. PHIL'S END OF THE MONTH SALE! Women's Famous Selby Arch Shoes Values to SI 8. 95. Selection in styles $| ^ QA sizes up to size 11 _ now JLifatvW Mens -- Womens Childrens Summer Footwear Values to S9.95 Wednesday On.'y!. '150 r Womens Leather Grained Pixies . . '1.00 Ballet Tap Shoes '2.99 $ 5.99 MR. PHIL'S SHOES .Cache Road Square . HICKORY INN STEAK HOUSE SSth and Goro EL 7-3949 New iloors 1 PM. to U P.M. Dally WEEKLY SPECIALS AM served with Soup, Relish Tray, Tossed Green Salad, Fre.nch Fries or Baked or Hash Brown Potatoes, Hot Rolls or Garlic Toast, Ice Tea or Coifee On Our Menu Daily SPECIAL STEAK Sifl 80 DINNER JL Mondays and Tuetdayi Special Cut $f 98 CLUB STEAK X Wednesdays and Thursdays . . FAMILY STYLE FRIED CHICKEN With Pan Gravy and honey - ^ _ _ _ , . , 1.50 Friday* CHANNEL CATFISH or HALIBUT With Hush Puppies Saturdayi and Sunday i Special Cut K. C. $fl|95 SIRLOIN STEAK ._ £ I'calurinR On Our Menu Dally U. S. Choice STEAKS, PRIME EIB BEEF and SEA FOODS Special Children'* Menu-. : We'll buy you any instant coffee of your choice IF YOU DON'T AGREE... NEW INSTANT Maryland Club gives more freshly-brewed flavor in the cup! Startling? That's how confident we are that you'll prefer new Instant Maryland Club . . Coffee over all other instants! Just try a jar of new Instant Maryland Club. Then, if you feel any other instant coffee gives as much freshly-brewed flavor in the cup . . . just return the unused portion in its jar.: to Duncan Foods Co., Box 285, Houston, Texas. We'll send you a certificate which your grocer is authorized to redeem for a 2-oz. jar'of any instant coffee you choose in your grocer's market*. Enjoy new Instant Maryland Club . . . .the coffee you'd drink if you owned all the coffee in the world. · ,*You pay only the sales : tax. This offer expires December 31,1963. B OUNCiN FOOD* COL

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