Miami Daily News-Record from Miami, Oklahoma on November 4, 1956 · Page 16
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Miami Daily News-Record from Miami, Oklahoma · Page 16

Miami, Oklahoma
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Sunday, November 4, 1956
Page 16
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Martin Patsy Garrett, Commerce, And Bob Martin Wed Here Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lott, 206 Cherry street, Commerce, announce the marriage of their daughter, Patsy Garrett, to Bob Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin, 1010 Barger Place, Miami, on Saturday, Oct. 13. The home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown, 1127 Fifth avenue northwest, was decorated with pink Initiation Is Club Feature Members of the executive committee of the Miami Business A Professional Women's club were n charge of an impressive candle- ight initiation ceremony Friday light. The banquet room of the Hotel Miami was the setting for the ceremony which added 28 new! members to the club roll. ! A special welcome was extended to four • charter members of the local organization, Gladys Wetzel, Minnie Taylor, Helen Arendale and Esther Cudney. A social hour followed » short business meeting directed by Katie McCall, president. Coffee and cookies were served to 58 members. gladioli and greenery for the wedding. The Rev. Harold Neal, Baptist minister, read the single ring ceremony in the presence of immediate relatives and friends. The bride chose for her wedding w • two-piece blue wool dress. A wide belt, studed with pearls, white accessories and a half hat completed her ensemble. Miss Barbara Mantle of Commerce and Phil Follis, Miami, were the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were hosts •t the reception which followed. A lace-covered table centered a three-tiered cake, topped with a ~% miniature bride and groom, encircled with greenery and flanked by tall pink tapers in crystal holders. The newlyweds are making their home at 227 A street northwest. The bride is employed at Hotel Miami. The bridegroom is employed at the B. F. Goodrich plant. Mrs. Neal Wells Directs Program; Dinner Scheduled Mrs. Neal Wells, president^ the Village Mothers Child Study club, was in charge of the program Thursday night in the Wayne McVay home, 1803 A street northeast. The subject of her topic was "Rough House Age." . During the business session Mrs. Bill Fairman, federation club representative, reported that state officers will be in Miami for the Federation dinner at 6:30 p. m. Wednesday at Hotel Miami. She requested "that reservations be cleared not later than Monday •vening. The remainder of the evening was devoted to canasta. Mrs. Wells won the door prize and refreshments were served. Others present were Mrs. Russell Edwards, Mrs. Virgil •Baker, Mrs. Don Webber, Mrs. Ernest Abel, Mrs. Delmer Barnes •nd Mrs. Jack Palis. School Menus Menus for the week in the lunch rooms of the Miami public school system are as follows: Monday — Ham salad sandwich, boiled potatoes, harvard beets chocolate pudding. Tuesday — Vegetable soup with crackers, cheese wedge, swee pickles, fruit, cake. . •Wednesday — Meat loaf anc gravy, mashed potatoes, green sal ad, fruit jello. Thursday — Pinto beans with ham, mixed greens, onio" ring anc dill pickles, corn bread squares peaches. Friday — Tuna fish salad, cheese potatoes, tomato slice, hot rolls jelly. Meals are served with one-hal pint of milk, bread, and butter. NEWS-RECORD, MIAMI, OKLA. PAGE SEVENTEEN Hi-Neighbors Meet At Core/in Residence CARDIN (Special) — The Hi Nefghbor. club met Thursday al the home of-Mrs. James Garrett The hostess received a miscellaneous shower. Bingo was played and Mrs. Hayden Brown was a prize winner. x A covered-dish luncheon was served. A lesson in textile painting was in charge of Mrs. J. C. Romine and Mrs. Hayden Brown.- Members present were Mrs. .Richard Cutbirth, Mrs. Burl Garrett, Mrs. Hayden Brown, Mrs. J. C. Romine, Mrs. Troy Baker, Mrs. Alpha Alexander, Mrs. Eu gene Crow, Mrs. Earl Henry, Mrs Frank Romine, Mrs. Fred Voi Moss and the hostess. Local Ntwi Iriefi Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moran, 230 C street northwest, have returned from New Orleans, La., where they visited the International Trade Mart. Mrs. Mabel Ketcher has established residence at 120 A street southeast. She has been ill the past three weeks. The Miami Rebekah lodge spon- sofed a Halloween party Tuesday evening at the Odd Fellows hall. Members of the IOOF lodge were guests. Games were played and costume prizes awarded to Cecil Dodson and Toni Covington. Pumpkin pie with coffee was served to 40 members and guests. Miss Barbara Jones, a student in Hillcrest School of Nursing, an affiliate of Baylor university, Waco, Tex., is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Jones, 506 Second avenue northeast. Miss Jones recently was elected president of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist church in Waco. Members of the Trades and Industry club of the Miami high school and their dates enjoyed a hayride atid wiener roast on Spring river. They were accompanied by William A. Davis, sponsor, Mrs. Davis and children, Gordon Hale, Phillip Stepp and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sanders and son. Walter G. Berkshire, former Miss Helen Estus Helen Estus, Lamar Cason Are Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R. Estus, 521 Brookside Drive, Miami, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Helen Estus, to Lamar Cason, son of Dr. and Mrs. Durward V. Cason, Sr, Atlanta, Ga. Miss Estus, a graduate of the Miami high school, has been a student at the Kansas City Art Institute for the past four years. She received her professional diploma in May. The prospective bridegroom, a graduate of the Hapeville, Ga., high school, attended Mercer university at Macon, Ga., where he was honored as outstanding student in science. He is attending the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. The wedding will be an event of early December. Mrs. Dinsmore Is Reviewerfor Junior Mothers Eleanor King's book, "Glorify Yourself," was reviewed by Mrs. G. C. Dinsmore before members of the Junior Mothers Study club and their guests during an annua "guest night" event Thursday. The home of Mrs. Max Dixon, 7 D street southwest, was decor ated with flowers and arrange ments of fruits and vegetables in dicative of the fall season. Mrs R. L. Oswald served as co-hostess Members and their guests who attended were Mrs. Pat Bradley Mrs. G. P. Vincent, Mrs. Joe Eli zondo, Mrs. P. L. Wheeler, Mrs Jerry R. Hollis, Mrs. John Frisbie Mrs. John Cone, Mrs. Ray Oswald Mrs. Max Dixon, Mrs. N. B. Lor enson, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. 0, C. Wood, Mrs. G. W. Simmons, Mrs. Charles Walls, Mrs. Clifford Allin, Mrs. J. A. Malocsay, Mrs Bryon Wyatt, Mrs. Harry Schehrer Mrs. Ray Cook, Mrs. Lee Hargrove, Mrs. Joe Lannan, Mrs. Robert Reavis, Mrs. Bill Richey, Mrs. Dinsmore and Mrs. John Payne. PARENTS' DAY TAHLEQUAH, Okla., Nov. [UP) — Parents of Northeastern State College students will be honored Nov. 17, when the college sponsors its annual Parents' Day. Parents will be invited to attend the Northeastern - Panhandle A&M football game at Gable Field. NURSES BEGIN DRIVE OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 3 (UP) —Registered nurses throughout Oklahoma have begun a drive for $10,000 for the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. Rent or Sell Prticription Shop 11 Central Kl 2-1430 POLICE CHURCH The training college of the Roya Canadian Mounted Police at Re gina, Saskatchewan, has perhap the only church in the world use- exclusively by policemen. DOIIAR DIVIDENDS ^^^^^^^-^^^^^^^-^.^^-^-^-^.^.^p^g^gB^p^pBB^aBB^I^M^I^I^I^I^I^MBjyBBIIJIJSJ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^E YOUR CHOICE-GROUP Ladies' $3.91 Fall Skirts .... Ladies' $3.49 and $3.98 Orion Sweaters Ladies' $3.98 Maternity Drosses Ladies' $3.98 Dusters Girls' Chenille Dusters Girls' Toppers (Clearanco Group) Other Short Lot Items—CHOICE ... QUILT PIECES J-lk. B M 7 it •* i., I ladies'-Glrls' Orion Cardigans Clearance ' $ *i Oreua, Chei<e , . OB 36" OUTING FLANNEL Pink, blue, mini, made Featherproof Pillow Ticking 2 *1 Vdi. I Mountain Mist Quilting Cotton Double Maid Cotton Blankets Dollar Day f «-> Special ....... •» Children's Vinyl Fringo Zipptr Jackets Sites 8 to 14, heavy quilted 70% reprocessed wool interlining. $ M Special, CHOICE "f Girls' Leather Beaded Moccasins Softoo or hard rubber tolet. Broken siies to 3. %** Clearanco, CHOICE ... ** Girls' Drosses Men liifi 1-ai, legularly |e | Slightly telled. CHOICI • fer Mea'i Mnlta* tuide Clelh Plaid Shirts Owaranleed Waihable '1.79 t Day Special Grew* Jolene Wodgos (S.M Quality. Medal, | Chalet LOUIS PRICE DEPARTMENT STORES 0 MIAMI 0 CHITOPA O SAXTII SPtlNOI Miamian, left yesterday for his home in Needles, Ariz., after a week's visit with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Berkshire, 229 J street north west, and friends here. Miss Mina Newkirk has returned to her home in Douglas, Ariz., following a week's visit in the home of her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Newkirk, 20 B street northeast. Jack Williams, Miss Lois Fudge, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hawkins and Mrs. Virginia Williams, representing the "Your Hairdressers" shop, are attending the National Hairdressers convention in Kansas City over the weekend. Mrs. Williams' sister, Mrs. Betty Trierweiler, accompanied the group. The Miami- ans will return home Monday evening. The coonskin cap first was used in a presidential campaign in the 1840 campaign of William Henry Harrison. MIAMI BEAUTY COLLEGE Opm to Hit Public for •AppOffnnVOItTV Monday,-November 5 f :30 a.m. Kl 2-8651 Mrs. Claude Stone, Richer, Is Honored At Pastel Courtesy PICHER (Special)—Mn. Claude Stone was honored with a pink and blue shower at the home of Mrs. J. E. Noble, 406 North Gladyi street. Mrs. George Poor was assistant hostess. Games were played and prize* won by Miss Elaine Hewkiiu and Mrs. Paul McMahan. Gifts were inspected and refreshments served. Those attending were Mrs. Alvin Sharp, Mrs. Orville Perry. Mrs. Ed Waters, Mrs. Elizabeth Poor, Mrs. Roxie Searles, Mrs. Jack Nowlin, Mrs. David Adkins, Mrs. Duff Coble, Mrs. Gene Spoon, Mrs. Nellie Jordan, Mrs. Guy Carries, Mrs. Jack Newberry, Mrs. Gene Newberry, Mrs. Cecil Turner, Mrs. Mary McKoonzie, Mrs. Paul Me- Mahan, Mrs. Edward Roberts, Mrs. Sam Newberry, Mrs. George Hall, Mrs. Joe Cox, Mrs. Jessie Jones, Mrs. Fred Poor, Mrs. George Ross, Mrs. Hazel Hare, Miss Elaine Hewkins, Linda Perry, Jeanne Poor, and the hostesses of Picher, and Mrs. Betty Thomas, Mrs. Winnie Braden and Mrs. Walter Smittle, all of Columbus, Kan. Stewarts Laundry S2S $. Main, Kl 2-803S Free Pick-up A Delivery Royon Viscose . Floor Ji Coverings federation Dinner ' In City Wednesday Mrs. S. E. Elkins, 2M C street) northeast, was hostess to the Modern Mothers Child Study club' Thursday night. Mrs. Robert Howes, president, conducted the business session. Plans were made | to participate in a dinner meeting with the other clubs in the city which form a federation. State officers will be guests of the clubs at the dinner event which I will get underway at 6:30 p. m.l Wednesday at Hotel Miami. Etch woman was asked to make reservations not later than Monday. I Mrs. E. L,, Tebeck reed the constitution and by-laws for the bene-f fit of new members. Mrs. Alex] Hecksher, Jr., WM • visitor. I Mrs. J, R. Gammon won the door I prize and refreshments were! served by the hostess. Others pres-E ent were Mrs. E. O. Cullum. Mrs.) Dallas Graham, Mrs. Roy Hill, Mrs. Howard Klinefeltsr, Mrs. I Jack Myers, Mrs. W. W. Wood*,! Mrs. V. E. Wyrick and Mrs. Henry f Van Beber. $7,** Yard Salt Price Includes • Carpet • Pod * Labor Yard Completely Installed Wall-te-Wall ' Cloie-Out Big Soltctlon "Miraplas" WALL TILE •olli-Ends-Pieces leawlar f 1.VS LINOLEUM Selection of colon I Stocki not complete In eave col- ore. Big lev- ins* on Bill While It UiU! Sq.Pt. Nice Hock of nttlaully know* endi •nd plecM. AMorted p»t- terne end ealon. Sq. Yd. DOLLAR DAY ONLY "MARIN" SELF POLISHING FLOOR WAX MNMANOCASMTI C & S Floor Covering US. Main Dial 1-4778 VOTE NEXT TUESDAY Miami Baptist Hospital News Admitted — Donald O. Tanner, 1120 Third avenue southeast; Trent K. Edmondson, 1000 1 street northwest; Arthur L. Miller, 1107 M street northwest; Verdie B. Hen-! son, 211 B street northwest. j Dismissed — Joyce Ann Doolin, i 327 C street northeast; James W,' Willson, 924 J street northwest; Mrs. Willis Cruzan, Picher; Mrs. Cecil James, Wyandotte; Ada McCartney, 809 G street northwest; Eric A. Johnson, 201 Circle Drive; Bob Hunter, Fairland; Mrs. Jack H. Miller, Chetopa, Kan.; Edith Fowler, 1608 A street northeast; Mrs. Max Munson, Seneca, Mo.; Mrs. Charles H. Nelson and son, 1011 N street northwest; Mrs. Larry Garmon and daughter, Seneca, Mo.; Mrs. Paul Gardner and daughter, 1909 D street northeast; Mrs.-John Mills and son, 2012 C street northeast. PRESCRIPTIONS ASK FOR G . m MISNAMED The tree kangaroo, belying its name, spends much time on thi ground. It ascends to feed on fruit; and foliage, to escape enemies anc to sleep. FIRST-AID SUPPLIES They're Hospital Quality ><t<(t( ,* ( Wet Pruf Tap* »4" 3 CUT f f FAMILY SfZt 8 3Cu» 69e 1* M»lOYe'i.39c Prcscriplion Shop Cotton Picker* COTTON Ideal for Cosmetic use. DOLLAR DAY •at Tom Vance's Many items not advertised! Values that will make your budget go so much farther. Be sure of complete selection ... COME, SHOP EARLY! No exchanges. No refunds on Dollar Day items. — All-Wool Coats— Beautifully styled winter eoari. Lambs wool or Temp-Resisto lining. 100% wool fleeces, zibeline, cashmere blends. All new styles. Beige, red, rosewood, blue. Sizes: 8 to 20. Values to $32.50. Dollar Day $ 20°° GLOVES Gloves are "musts" when you can get them for this wonderful low price. Double woven rayons, cottons, all wools. Assorted colon. Sizes: 6'/ 2 to 8. Dollar Day 00 House Dresses Fruit-of-the-loom, floral prints, checks and colorful prints in first, quality, washable cottons. Ideal for all winter. Sizes: 12 to 20, 14 '/, to 24%. 44 to 52. $2.99 value. ' Dollar Day f or ($2.79 Ea.) NYLON HALF SLIPS Dollar Day Shadow panel, nylon half slips. Elastic waistband, nylon lace on tulle trim. Sizes: small, medium, large. White, pink, blue. ONE GROUP SLIPS Dollar Day 00 Broken styles of 4-gore rayon slips, White and black. Sizes: 32 to 46. Regularly $2.99. COTTON SLIPS Dollar Day 4-gcre cotton! slips. Cotton eyelef trim. Sanforized for perfect fit. Sizes: 32 to 42. $1.99 $1 00 value. . | — Rayon Knit Half Slips Two-bar tricot fabric, runproof, nylonized for *»WOr JJOy added beauty, wear and ifrength. Ribbon and lace trim. Slzet: imall, medium, large. COTTON JERSEY BRIEFS Fin* combed cotton jeuoy; Elaitle kg or band leg. Sizeu 5, 6, 7, 8. 69c value. Dollar Day Vain I Nylon Baby-Doll P-J's Eye-catching style, 40-denler nylon, con- trailing trim. Hcyid wash, no Ironing. Blue, yellow, pink. Reg. $1.99 pair. PANTIES Fine quality knit rayon, alaitie leg brjefi. Auoried colon. Slzet: 6 and 7, Dollar Day - "Dayt-of-the-Week" Pontiet- pay*.or* beautifuly embroidered Wt leg of each brief . . . olio motif for each day, Elaitlc waiirband, double fabric crotch, Anorted colon. SI«Mi email, medium, large. D*>H«rDay DOLLAR DAY DRBSS SAUJ Our tntir* drm dopartmant will etlabroHi thii Dollar Pay reducing eoch drais $1.00 off roaulof ptko ft* (fill day ONLY. 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