Miami News-Record from Miami, Oklahoma on November 10, 1957 · Page 7
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Miami News-Record from Miami, Oklahoma · Page 7

Miami, Oklahoma
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Sunday, November 10, 1957
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1957 MIAMI DAILY NEWS-RECORD, MIAMI. OKLAHOMA PAGE SEVEN COMMERCE I out Out WAT •tie** 401 OH, MO/ NOT A6AIM THIS FALL.'THE "V PL66T-FOOTBP StAt OF YESTERYEAR J HAS TO SHOW HI* SON HOW HE -^ TACKL6P WAV BACK WHEN.' AREN'T VOU EVER 6OIN6 TO LEARW YOU'VE SPENT TOO MANY YEARS ON THIS BENCH FOR THAT .SORT ... _x Alt* Mid-Century Mrs. Alline Allgood was hostess to members of the Mid-Century Mother's club at her home, 218 North Cedar street, Monday evening, Mrs. Ruby Powers, president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Roberta Lee presented the devotional Bible reading and Mrs. Powers was in charge of the lesson study, "What Is A Good Home?" A discussion period followed. •. Plans were formulated for the annual guest tea to be held Nov. 11. Mrs, Genevievc Gandy will be hostess for this event at her home, 315 North Maple street. Members also planned a Thanksgiving food basket for a need family. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting to Mrs. Lois Smith, Mrs. Gcnevieve Gandy, Mrs. Peggy Manlier, Mrs. Roberta Lee, Mrs. Kathryn Curlee, Mrs. Ruby Pow- ft* J. » WHY MOTHER* GET 6RAY North Cedar street. Mrs. Virginia Box was in charge of the program, which included a book review on "Segregation," presented by Mrs. "Clara Scholes. Mrs. Ralph and her co-hostess, Mrs. Lorene White, served refreshments. Members present were Mrs. Helen Rogers, Mrs. Vera McFall, Mrs. Mary Haslett, Mrs. Mary Jo Wheeler, Mrs. Hazel 3aker, Mrs. Essie Stanford, Mrs. Virginia Box, Mrs. Jean Imbeau, Mrs. Estell Hallock, Mrs. Pat Holderfield and Mrs. Clara Scholes. Methodist Church' "The Light of Life" is the sermon subject the pastor, the Rev. Elvin White, has chosen for the 11 o'clock worship service this morning. Special music will be featured at this service. Sunday school will convene at 9:45 a.m. The MYF. Junior Fellowship will meet at 6: SO o'clock preceding the evening worship service at 7:30. Mid-week prayer service will be ers, Mrs. Wanda Campbell, Mrs. Ermalene Sill, Mrs. Wanda Reynolds, Mrs. Nova Webber, Mrs. Thelma Lee and Mrs. Jackie Peck. Home Builders Club The Home Builders Mother's e Solve Your Problem on Local and Long Distance MOVING McBRIDE TRANSFER & STORAGE Dial Kl 2-8438 114 D NE Ut our trained professional packtrt and mov- tn handle your move completely! So much •alier for youl The reasonable cost will please you, tool Estimate without obligation. Ask about our survey service. AufhorizMf Agents for club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Wanda Russell, 30i South River street. During the business session, con ducted by the president, Mrs. Jean Allgood, plans were made to hole a bake sale Nov. 20. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Ada Lee Haynes, Mrs. Wyila Sullivan, Mrs. Jean Allgood, Mrs Phyllis Vaughn and Mrs. Mary Jo Wheeler. The club will meet with Mrs. Wyila Sullivan on Nov. 20. GA Meeting The GA of the First Baptist Church met with the counselor, Miss Thelma Stanley, Monday afternoon in the church basement with 12 members present. The following officers were elected: President, Deri Ann Allgood; vice-president,' -Janie Moreland; secretary-treasurer Nancy Thomas; community missions, Susan Cunningham; program chairman, Lorena Fogieman; mission study chairman, Carol Edding; social chairman, Linda Brooks; assistants, Carolyn Brooks and Patty Dowell; reporter, Lorena Fogie- man. Refreshments of cookies and cocoa were served. WSCS Meeting Members of the WSCS of the I Methodist church held their regular meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Peggy Ralph, 205 held Wednesday evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Baptist Church Sunday school will convene at 9:30 a.m. under the supervision of J. R. Edwards. The pastor, the Rev. Tom Cossairt, will speak at the 10:40 a.m. and 7:15 p.m. services today. Lloyd Lee will direct the choir. Training Union will meet at 6:15 o'clock this evening with Jack Hemphill in charge. Christian Church Sunday schooWvlll begin at 9:45 a.m. with Harry King in charge. "Who Is A Christian?" will be the sermon topic at the 11 a.m. serv- Nebraska Space Ship 'Finder' Pat In Mental Word KEARNEY, Neb. (UP)-A grain buyer who threw Kearney into an uproar when he claimed to have talked with spacemen has been confined in Hastings State Hos pital for mental treatment. Reinhold 0. Schmidt, 48, of Bat ersfield, Calif., was committed Thursday night after a hearing by after a hearing by the Buffalo County Board of Mental Health. The action was taken on reconv mendation of two examining psy chiatrists who advised that Schmidt was "in immediate need of psychiatric treatment." Schmidt, an ex-convict who once served a term for embezzlement, was ordered confined to the hospital for "an indefinite period for observation, diagnosis and treatment." Authorities said they had received information from his fam ily that Schmidt was suffering from seeming "instabilities," anc demands on him from unidentified persons and "crackpots." Schmidt stirred considerable excitement and touched off a major investigation Tuesday when he raced into Kearney to tell of see 4K tat. DR. J. P. VAN HORN Colon Irrigation CHIROPRACTOR Trained Lady Technician DIAL Kl 2-2382 space ship parked on bottom southwest of the evening worship service ice. The will begin at 7:30 o'clock with the pastor, Charles Hicks, speaking on "It Pays to Serve God." Christian Endeavor will meet at 6:30 p.m. Today will be "membership day" in preparation for the two- week revival which will begin Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The evangelist will be Lincoln York, pastor of the First Christian church at Alba, Mo. Bill Richy and Charles Hicks will be in charge of the song service. News in Brief Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coltharp of Cancy, Kan., spent last weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Coltharp and family. Mrs. H. A. Hallock visited her daughter, Mrs. Ovil Webb, andj ing a creek city. He said the occupants of the j ship, four men and two women were friendly enough and invitee him to have a look around inside the cigar-shaped craft. The space men and women spoke German and English, he said. NOT AN OCEAN The Antarctic Ocean no longer is shown on maps because the Antarctic is a continent, not an ocean. Early explorers wore lee into making this error by the fac that the Antarctic continent is cov ered with snow and ice. Mrs. Cornell Cochran and sons Steve, Doug and Danny, and Mr and Mrs. Arlice Smith and family of Tulsa. Willard Havens of Baxter Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. E. E Mr. Webb at Ottawa, Kan.,'Mon-! Hale Thursday afternoon. day and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Moore and daughter, Patsy Chilester, of Fairland were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amonette Wednesday. Mrs. Doris Hance made a business trip to Oklahoma City last week. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Campbell were Mr. and Dial KI 2-5507 For Want-Ad Taker YES you CAN be sure WITH CHECKS! Checks Are Safe . The person you name must endorse the check to obtain cash. This protecis'you and provides a receipt for payment. Checks Save Time All you need to do is write your checks and mail them. Think how many hours and steps you can save every month when you go to pay your bills. •v Checks Are Orderly They give you complete records of each payment you make, and all income you deposit. It is like having a personal financial secretary. 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