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Fair lane Crown Victoria rfkoE TWO c cJ c Locals and Sdciet y By Mrs W G Strong Office Phone 620 Residence Phone 360 -2--1 ----- -----1 -- ----7”-- ------ e1777z- --—m-- NOOLvol" Dramatization Is Given Study Club In'Howard Home Mrs John Brasfield was lmstess to 'the General Study club in the home of her mother Mrs Frank Howard Tuesday Mrs Clarence Cochran took the opening short review from a 1910 editiod of the Ladies Home Journal on the top "What Women have actually done where they vote" The account of an investigation of the law the record and the results in the four states which had equal suffrage revealed the early controversy of the movement Appropriate to the pre-Easter season was the dramatization of the play 'Family Portrait" by Lenore Coffee and William Joyce Cowen and given by Mrs John Gingerich The play in three acts presents the family of Jesus and their reaction to his mir ishy in the light of their own times The effect of public opinion for and against Jesus and the subsequent repercussion in Nazareth make Mary's household subject to the same problems and prejudices that would confront a family of today whose community considered one of its number a crazy fanatic troublemaker Present at the meeting were Mrs Lee Black Mrs J P Brazed Mrs Cochran Mrs Bill Hill Mrs Gingerich Mrs P M Huff Mrs Glen Johnson Mrs Jack Mayo Mrs Philip McMahan Mrs Coleman Nolen Mrs Graham Mills Mrs John Palmer Mrs Jack Strong Mrs James Weaver Mrs Howard and Mrs Jim Hickerson were guests ARMY FAMILY TO RETURN TO STATES Chief Warrant Officer H N FE Stevens and their two sons Stevie p and Terry will sail from Ger- gol many April 25 after a three year mu tour of army service there of Mr Stevens will be stationed at Ft Sill on his return Mrs Stevens and sons have been for with Mr Stevens in Germany for the past two years She is the daughter of Mrs Sarah Cole VISITORS ARRIVE FROM TENNESSEE Mrs Norman Lipsky has as her guests her daughter Mrs George Mullins and small son Georg? Jr of Memphis Tenn and Mrs Sam Mullins of Tupelo Miss a textured sport coat and contrasting slacks beautifully tailored for smart Spring Easter dress-up! Never before a suit like this for under $5! Made from rayon-acetate a fully lined 2-button sportcoat and half-belted gabardine slacks ! The handsomely patterned coat goes well with his other slacks tool Sizes 3-8 in pink 'n' charcoal others EIRI1E-Y9S IBook Reviews Are Presented Club The En- Avant Study club was entertained in the home of Mrs S G Rogers Tuesday when book reviews weie given by Miss Marie Frerichs and Mrs Clay Porter Miss Frerichs gave an 'interesting summary of Mr Saunders Red-ding's "An American in India" This is the alithors personal report on the Indian delemma the' beliefs and attitudes of the Indians I 1 toward the United States and his 1 recommendations for a change the treatment of the problem The amusing and amazing "The Ways of the Ant" by John Cromp-1 tom was presented by Mrs Clay I Porter This very readable book I presents the story of an incred- I ible civilization whose art of war I and slavery whose farming and drug addictitt Strongly resembles 0 her members present were R L Davis Mrs V K Cli n ning Mrs P Y Jolley Mrs McMahan Mrs Jim Stone Airs Dwight Tolle Mrs: Glen Gordon Mrs George McKown Mrs W P Wood Mrs Clyde Ross and Mrs Raymond Suppes MRS JIMMIE WOOD TO RETURN HERE Mrs Jimmie Wood and small daughter Gail are expected to return to thk: home of her parents Mr and Mrs Paul Thomas Friday They a have been with Mr Wood in San Diego Calif since thit fist of December when he returnea to the states from sea duly Mr Wood will bring his family here returning to San Diego for another tour of sea duty a weeks visit GO TO CHURCH 7 1' SUNDAY IML--at3) - SH-H-H! TIIURSDAY Presbyterian General Society Mrs N D Dossey hostess Trump-It Bridge Club Mr and Mrs Ray B Jones hosts C W F executive committee Home of Mrs Bill Cline W M U Calvary Baptist church First Baptist W M U will meet Okfuskee H D Club with Alger Gormly FRIDAY Silver Thimble club with Mrs Richard Jackson Nautilus Club will meet with Mrs Will Finks- Art Needlecraft Embroidery club with Mrs E P Fears 2:30 Stitch and Chat club with Mrs Dane Serail Buffet Supper Fetes Birthday The birthday of Albert Hill was celebrated Sunday at a buffet supper given by Ms Hill in their home The guestS were Mr and Mrs Paul Costar 1)avid and J D Custar Mrs Bell Russell Mr and Mrs C M Grant Mr and Mrs Roy Nichols Lawrence Earl and Susan Nichols Mr and Mrs Bill Hill Carolyn Billie Sue Gala and Michael Hill Mr and Mrs George Hill Georgie Lee Albert and Emma Mae Oscar Costar Emmett Hill Mrs J W Hill Johnnie Griffith Jimmie Cooper and Herman Whitley Harry McMullen Willy Brewer Dorothy Cooper and Dorothy Costar VISITORS FROM ADA Mr and Mrs J H McKoy of Ada spent the weekend with Mrs R P Witt and Mr and Mrs Roy Taylor Linda Sue Taylor of Tonkowa is also a visitor in the Taylor home this week SUNDAY VISITORS FROM TULSA Mr and Mrs Paul Thomas had as guests in their home Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Bag lin of Tulsa of Tupelo Miss ' visitors arrived Wednesclay I More Than 1 000 T I rt rra 1High School Track 'Men to Visit A&M STILLWATER — High school track men from 'over Oklahoma f more than 1000 of them are expected in Stillwater March 25-26 for the13th annual running of the Oklahoma A&M relays The meet which annually provides the first state-widecompetition for the schoolboy runners has drawn 1000 the last two years and Coach Ralph Higgins of A&M the meet director anticipates a new attendance mark this Spring Relay events spice the two-day program although there are also a number of individual events in the Aggie show The schoolboy preliminaries are scheduled Friday with finals on Saturday Also on Saturday the Aggie relays preview for college runners usually a meet that sees the A&M varsity and the Sooners of Oklahoma battling for top honors will share time with the prepsters A&M expects to have an outAanding set of relay runners in the mile two-mile and four-mile distances and in the sprint and distance medleys this spring in such events at the Texas Kansas Penn and Los Angeles relay carnivals 75 11P $23550 10 HP $29550 16 HP $34550 IT'S THE SUPER-QUIET WITH BAIL-A-MATICt I AMUNDSEN SAILS AGAIN ROCKFORD III (AP) — The name of Amundsen mode famous by Norwegian explorer Roald 36 HP Amundsen who reached the South Si 14" Pole Dec 14 1911' will go to sea 5 HA S20950 !again David Roald Amundsen 19 5 itp $23550 great-nephew of Amundsen enlist- 0 HI' $29550 ed in the Navy for four years He 6 HP $34550 is the son of Albert E Amundsen I re—'— Janesville Wis Careenient forms available Iti the outboard that kw everything: wonderfully quiet operation thanks to Hush-Spring Mount and Aquamute Exhaust Also Rati-a-matic power bailing Complete Shift Stowaway Fuel Tank Snap-off Hood See the new Sea-PAR now a' S S STORE WE KEEP MOTOR PARTS HE OKEMAR (OKLA) DAILY LEADER HOUSEHOLD HINTS MAKE 1LIFE EASIER BY VIVIAN BROWN IAP Newfeatures Writer I Never underestimate the value of a household hint Although no man will admit it could have happened Mrs Cavewoman probably said to Mrs Oliterspace on some dark and dreary day "let's rub two sticks together and see what happens" And so by friction they whipped up a little thing called fire It's been just as simple as that through the ages and so we have gadgets and all sorts of mechanical Contraptions that make life easier every day of the week When Mama decided that two forks help make a lovely whipping mixture some man manufactured an egg beater And when she used a knife to smooth out her wiry man broadened it slightly and came up with a spatuls The household hint is always a useful tidbit in homemaking vilether it tells how to remove a coffee stain or how to deodorize the family pet One firm recognizing this poteh t e 1- r I tear gland will start making lots um on radio asking and giving Of tears before the duct is open l prizes for just such "trivia" The 1 happens you will notice that wide enough to drain them off If this first week some 30000 'utters floor- I ed them The next week the mail doubled they claim Many of the hints showed real imagination and inventiveness according to the sponsores One woman who burned out her double boiler constantly put two or three marbles in the double boiler before turning on the fire When the water gets low the clanging of the marbles warns her Another places a glass bowl over the family clock she says to soften the ticking but it still permits her to see the time (She doesn't explain what happens when the alarm goes off) Other helpful hints that have been offered by listeners go like this ' String subway or bus tokens on a safety pin so they'll be handy Sharpen scissors by cutting a few strips of sand paper Keep plants freshwhile a h9use is closed by placing in a tub as many bricks as there are flower pots Put enough water in the tub I to cover the bricks and stand a l plant on each brick The bricks 1 absorb enough water to keep the 1 plants in good condition for some ' time If you have trouble identifying small and large sheets sew a j small red initial in the corners of all bed sheets—"S" on the small sheets and "L" on the large ones Snow shovelers will adore this one which is supposed to work: To make snow shoveling easier melt paraffin and coat the shovel with it The snow will slide off without sticking to the shovel White tissilp paper from old gifts comes in-MSndy too according to the save-girls As a lint-free duster it makes a good cleaner for windows Anyone can add to this list Every day someone evolves a new household hint Ilerieraber to use them to keep household chores at a minimum - BURIED LOOT MUSKEGON Mich (AP) — Police cleaned up an old burglary with the arrest of two youths but it would be a dirty job to recover the loot Sgt Andrew Plouhar said the tw dmitted ceaking into a drug store in 1953 and burying the loot alongside an old dock on Muskegon Lake The area now has been filled in with tons of dirt and houses a construction company JEWEL FRI SAT "The Cowboy and the Lady" 1 The Brightest Spot In Town" HONOR GUEST NIGHT TONITE anct SILVER nY DOLLARS IN TWO AWARDS (Drawing at Approx 9 pm) See This Swell Show— 1 11$ FRANK 71417drtt1-7 e T 1 SINATRA sdcE 1111'&'‘'Itv- ' WINIF RS c5"---:2::0v200-0: 1 ' - --- vge'59 44111111137' NM BABY CRIES WITHOUT TEARS By DOROTHY V WHIFFLE MD AP Newsfeatures Newborn babies cry but they do not cry tears It is not until a baby is 2 or 3 months old that you see zig drops welling up in his eyes and running down his cheeks when he is unhappy It is then that you find puddles of tears in his ears Before you see tears however the eye is kept moist with a scanty flow of tears Tears are- formed in a special gland in the far carrier of each eye The clear fluid flows across the eye and is drained off through a duct at the corner of the eye near the nose This duct leads down the nose and then through the bone to the inside of the nose Tears are formed in small amounts all the time This is the way the eye is kept normally moist' After about 2 months of age the tear glands will work overtime when the baby is distressed and crying It will produce more tears than can be drained off through the duct so that tears overflow the eyes and roll down the cheeks Sometimes in young babies the 4 the baby'' t'7es water and you findt ears on his face even when he is not crying More often than not you will notice this in one eye and not the other Usually if you just leave it alone the duct Iwill open by itself after a few months A little gentle massage of the 'eye helps Start at the far corner Iof the eye and rub your finger across the baby's eye just under 1 the eyebrow Do this several times la day The massage helps to break 1 up any little hardened secretion in 1 the duct and makes it easier for I tears to flow through If after some months the baby's eyescontinue to water and tears flow down his face when he is not crying it may be necessary to have the tear ducts probed This 1 is a highly skilled job and should only be done by an eye doctor 1 The baby has to be given a general anesthetic for this procedure i i During the first few days after 1 birth the baby's eyes often look a 1 little red and swollen This is due ! to a slight irritation from the drops the doctor puts into the baby's I eyes at birth A slight redness of 1 the eyes during the first week of 1 life is nothing to worry about If the irritation persists however or i if there is pus in the eyes the I doctor should see the baby After the first week of 4ife any irritation of the eyes should be 1 called to the doctor's attention 1 Pus in the eye means an infection ' I and should be treated by the 1 doctor ' a SEE FORD'S FAIRLAFIE SEDArIS on OUR FLOOR 110111! Mmmimmiamonommonammau WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1955 In England there is one locomo-4 One out of three Americanct tive for every 212 miles of rail ren have vision which is inadent road track while in the United for school work of uncorrec States there is one locomotive for says the American Optome every 9 miles of track I Assn- S ) John Montgomery Salesman BILLY GliAHAM'S One out of three American children have vision which is inadequate for school work of uncorrected says the American Optometric SEE IT TOOIGIII FIRST rdiE llPTIST CHURCH LOCI0011 CRUSADE A ONE-HOUR LONG MOVIE A 'GRIPPING PORTRAYAL OF ONE OF ENGLAND'S MOST HISTORIC EVANGELISTIC EVENTS ' t Filmed Entirely in England BEGINS AT 7:45 PM NO ADMISSION PUBLIC INVITED Billy K Tanner Carl Clay Salesman Sqlesm an MeptAhleiioäis-fitotf409 I the F6rol fairlarte Series with Ezunder6ircl4ling These are the elite of Ford's '55 models the luxurious Ford Fairlanes And they offer everything you're looking for in a car! Beauty for in- stance There hw never been such strikingly h-m35'4e ears cars so clean-cut and tlistinguiShed looking And the rich Interiors are furnished with falrics lever beforelluffered as ear uphoistety ' - Ali with 'trigger-Torque Power Ticre arc 3 great Ford Engines by '55: the 102-11p Y-block Okemah Oklahom& ' the 182-hp Y-block Special V-8 offered with Fordomatic Fairlane and Station Wagon models and the new 120-hp Six All with Thunderbird Styling The Thunderbird the Ford 'personal car that has won the praise of the nation inspired the styling of the '55 Ford You'll find its swept-back straight-line fenders its lower sleeker look its all-around windshield visor-type ITeadlight rinls reflected in the '55 Ford Cars Fairlane Sunliner 1 All with Ford's Angle-Poised Ride Ford's new Angle-Poised Ball-joint Front Suspension is tilted back so - that springs now soak up shock from the front as well as up-and-down (Fordoinatic Drive optioned) Be among the first to own a 15 45lital wrd: taa gm Test Drive it Today! 4th and Attar Anna - 't I' :-v!:i-171- -:c74-447:-'4l'- '-' with finals on Saturday - it didISCd d EUOL1 tictiolc2 Itil WI It L the Or - I '''' ''t' ttaant ora fl Ifairtane O enes wit inuizaerozra o 1 wtzny ft e : A Aft ::: Also on Saturday the Aggie re Anyone can add to this list iy::-:t - ck)ws I - --9 — liF11'41 - ' ' i30411I01:':::444-"!4:r14e lays preview for college runners Every day someone evolves a new crellil -Ar : 1 i''e'V ' - D usually a meet that sees the A&M household hint Rerrembe” to use Irl- lj oe s N - ' ' -'ti 7 ( - !: :':-- :7:17i ::- varsity and the Sooners of Okla- them to keep household chores at t 1600 -oom4-- - i ---w ---7:-- - 7--4- homa battling for top honors will A ":-'- t'-'4r -- ' a minimum r419'"It 7"-----"""kelY i '---1: '-! ''?:-'1'-':-'-7 share time with the prepsters f7477-7j : -—11''r - AS:M expects to have an out- ' I J -- )4 t4:- : A:e- - : - - BURIED LOOT - j4 ' 4:ofte01m:'-r'- ':ok:::' :::: : ::' standing set of relay runners in MUSKEGON Mich (AP) — Po- :-:: : - :::j-04 0::--z4wirA1 v I 11 :64g ' ::':'7-::lX'-':-‘- 4isl ' - '::- ef0--:4'-2-: -:---c- ---:4:w:4ir owl --- -------- s inces an an mmx00 -'"' -- - e 4 - e!' 17'''''' f '-b -::: :!: : : ::: ::: ' the mile two-mile and four-mile I lice cleaned up an old burglary -:2':s)-rl:':::iOgi:'?04-g'-Y':' - " s:-'-:eonWITilL4 : -- ditzd in the sprint d with the arrest of two youths but - - -' - - :11- -----17-iwo77 i : : dn it would be a dirty job to recover --- :: - distance medleys this spring i 7 "- -p such events at the Texas Kansas the loot - ' - a textured :-:::f::: Sg Penn and Los Angeles relay car- t Andrew Plouhar said the -F''::::::!::1 - nivals r Fairlane Toum Sedan Fairlane Club Sedan tw dmitted ceaking into a drug - - sport coat and - I store 1953 and burying the loot teroomoommom 4 - W :::':A$ POWMINWINNEW 0 - contrasting slacks jt: :-5 4--?'2z 0e1 -::: p:-::-A::) SH-H-1-11 alongside an old dock on Muske- 1 1 gon Lake The area now has been - ' 7 - -t9716ii)-7-':- I filled in with tons of dirt and ' itf:: : 44 l-l::: i -ll ' - ''''''' ' li g:'?:": :: ''''' r ' ::i ':' ':' : : i: : 0 ' ": h o u s e s a construction company - ' : ':' ''4: 4 1 '::47-7-:7:: : -'g-::::::::: : 7- lci- 7 miA4447-:::::l:----:':: : :-:7 — s?7?--71 t ?4eEli' AMUNDSEN SAILS AGAIN r)::''c::- e- l'''''!ll-t-1 -'ll vmemotorozroomamoT :07-lritoorero?-: i K:- k--'--t) 7 —774oPosopv-::i:V"'!:71rf - 7 -lk ? It ---'f:: l::''in:-i'ii): 0 --------- it--- ' 4:::0- fe Alf 98 i:i::1-e:?:7::::-:-)Q l( -1:gsV ''''? war :'r''X'-':':::'ill:N:'''' '-gl:- 'ls'-)-!7:::::kl:):':::::'-:''''' t):'f'')'7'l-- 41kettAter sh- -'L-- - ROCKFORD Ill (API — 'c7yiittlisC I The name of Amundsen mode famous '-:twm -)4 ' 7 -4' --rip 1- r-77-747'--$ ' ! ' 1KL—-7‘OR:s7x-- " " ' - 44 ''''''''r's'-- ' ' ' : ": : '' :- '41 wisigo'Vnt'ii: if: - 5 ':::-M:'-:' I:::41??V l'll'll't't K ''' V '''1' by Norwegian explorer Roald ) I) COMPLETE! ' ':i:f-z'V$ " - '':?'"?:::--1::':-:C-? --- --3e '''' 0:: ::k''l - (i: - - I 16 HP Amundsen who reached the South ' V' tamp- -v)7iy 5 H e S209 50 40111101 ' i ‘trrt i Si 1 4 5: ed in the Navy for four ears He I Pole Dec 14 1911: will go to sea r Fairlane VicOria Fairlane Sualiner 1' t again David Roald Amundsen 119 - " ' beautifully tailored rt's :'1 f'?'1 ::-''''?''-':::-i- A ': -:'::i : ::1i ::::::: -:::: 14 :: -s?!:: 75 itr $23550 great-nephew of Amundsen enlist- for smart Spring 1 1::-: ii: - ::i:::U::r?' -' s':1 -A::4 10 L P S295 50 y l Janesville Wis i ANKINISIMPOSIMEMPIIIIIMMINIMOIMM These are the elite of Ford's '55 the 182-hp Y-block Special V-8 - ' All with Ford''s Angle Poised Ride 1DSF Easter dress-up I v I :::: ' ' : 0 ::::) ::' 1: s'-:1::: - E Amundsen i --?4c 46 p 34 50 is the on o sf Albert - 16 II S 5 ::?1'':::''cl 4 r-' is '71:: :'i:':7:-Lls''':'41::1 :-1 iio--: zl--t models the luxurious Ford Fain-toes offered with Fordomatic in Fairlane Ford's new Angle Poised Bill Joint Si - -:'f- 'i--::tJ::':::i:'':1 Ct--2---f c"'""' JEWEL FRI & SAT toms available And they offer everything you re and Station Wagon models and Front Suspension is tilted back so ' ':' :: ii's'"'''' : :'-i i: ::::1''ii:::- -:i ::: :4 4 k The Cowboy and the Lady" looking for in a car! Beauty for in- the new 1:20-hp Six that springs now soak up shock from 02: --- : J I t 7 I IT'S THE SUPER-QUIET nc There Flal t never been such l' i :? :1 !:: :'y:'":' - :zi4 : ::!'0 '1:e Brig h :te st S pot in77" stae strikingly hanzlsoirt ears car so s All with Thunderbird Styling the front as we(F110:itns autilciD-ted-odptooNn1 )i The Thunderbird the Ford lier- Never before a f:-f:Jz : ':::::'' 4 : '' 11 AntitiM clean-cut and tlistitiouished looking ( 4 : T 1 :j e a 1 sonal car that has W011 the praise of Be among ValS ' — Irallg ( the first to own a sui like this for un- -: --:f::'" z-: l And the rich interiors are turnisnen the tuition inspired the styling of the 1 5 5 tTksmal with fal-rics never beforelluffered as der t $5! Made from WITH BAIL-A-MATICt FIONOR GUEST '55 Ford You'll find its swept-back : et 10-3 1 - : :1 - car uphoistety rayon-acetate a t I :: :'''' '1-4- - straight-lffne fenders l rou its d lower 11 fully lined 2-button leilli-s eTu- t-ilo-ii-rd alai ' 18-2ev en - - NIGHT - TONITE Ai l with Trigger -Torque Power sleeker ook its al-an wind- thing: wootirtully quiet oper- There arc 3 great Ford Engines shicld ' visor-type ITeadlight rims ' : b41 '''''1 ' Lii Ilk & 1° sportcoat and half- F ' - : : ( r' atIon thanks to Hushlring 20n SILVER for 5: the 102 -11 p Y-block V-8 t reflected in the oa lord Cars belted gabardine : - : ' ' - ' ' - ' I Mount and Aquamiste E autit Test Drwe it Today! t - slacks ! Thailand- Also Rait-a-matic power bailing ' tio DOLLARS Complete &nit Stowaway Fikal somely patterned I - - - - - Tank Snap-off Hood IN TWO AWARDS - co 1 at goes well with See the new SeaRIVarit now at (Drawing at Approx 9 pm) ' his other slacks tool - er I El PrAnr See This Swell Show— Sizes 3-8 in pink 'n' t : -: :::-:::' i' ':::': : : :': charcoal others k E--:-:-: ''' A 4Fro : 13 --- et i CI' r V 7 r f ' S IN AT R A f1e44441-04-r' JO ' ' gas CI rici'ley' Rf- Lea t Co r :---21 ncy --'00-4rol 4 E WE KEEP k ' - SHICILEY 100-L ' - ' i i 'H 4 ' :: ':-- f-: ' ' L-: ' ''' i t: - - t : : : 1 ':- ' : ' ! 1 MOTOR PARTS wINTER5 rn 'I--i---''''------'--'4A' i's - — Okeah Okiahenna " - ' - I ' N : e-- Amr -gismpmge gsatempgsgrr st 4th and Attarlo i I ! - ! ' - : 1 - ' -! i I 1 I : r - - - -- -- - ' ' ' 4 ! - - ' PAGE TWO ' THE OKEMAIT (OKLA) DAILY LEADER ' ' A ' - WiDNESIDAY MARCH 23 1955 - rys'anntheiss m ' wtnacteere veanndwrinonu tivIen Efonigleavnedryth2e12relims License loofcormaiol- f nnen voeu tv ionfintnhzwe he 1 cAhmiesrlincaadneqchnialted- ' al07 ' atiaradt- 4114-42 09- 4' 41100 attaaacs 'AS- alla Za" 4 I HousEHoLD TIA13 wHippRLEIEmSD months ni n tt 1 eas ab re°n S ) leassia t - I'locals and à clet i4 ' gl-e3d4- Office Phone 62013y Residence Phone 360 y r TIIURSDAY "UNIT MAI(1! 7 wiiiinliT Tr A nes nyot ynodu "I" I ‘ Presbyterian General Society ' 1 Irr r A eirft DORO Mrs N D Dossey hostess i Trump-It Bridge Club Mr and I LII L LtWIL III"' HUY I ' AP Newsfeatures Ltt nowtilith:° Optometric otitcheenthuissuninilyonief eSvtaetryes t9hemreileiss °Ole tlrocacokmotive for 1 sAasyssn the American : tho) you just leave it alone the duct -- - --- will open by itself after a few ---- A little géntle massage of the sEE 1T TorlIGIIT Mrs W G Strong BNy E i 1 r lie4F: clitsmIr "'QV' geow"rern- z:: - ---Thr4 '7' Mrs Ray B Jones hosts I eye helps Start at the far corner t Newborn babies cry but they do BY VIVIAN BROWN ' I i a F executive committee " of the eye and rub your finger i - a ' ' Dramatization Is !Book Reviews Are Home of Mrs Bill Cline I AP New'sfeatures Writer not cry tears It is not until a I when he is unhappy It is then that across the baby's eye just under ' AT THE Okfuskee H D Club with Mr man will admit it could have hap- eyes and running down his cheeks baby is 2 or 3 months old that you the eyebrow Do this several times : ' ' - I Given Study Club Presented Club i W M U Calvary Baptist church I Never underestimate the value of a household hint Although no see zig drops welling up in his I First Baptist W M U will meet The massage helps to break ' Ill'Howard Home The Err Avant Study club was i a day' any little hardened secretion in t ' ' - I pened Mrs Cavewoman probably 1uP T entertained in the home of Mrs Alger Gormly ' s the duct and makes it easier for i Finsir DpipTis Mrs John Brasfield was lustess you find puddles of tears in his S G Rogers Tuesday when book FRIDAY said to Mrs Outerspace on some ' tears to flow through " 7 ' ' to the General Study club in the ' ears dark and dreary day "let's rub two reviews weie given by Miss Marie Silver Thimble club with Mrs If after some months the baby's home of her mother Mrs Frank t h Before yeti see ears however Frerichs and Mrs Clay Porter Richard Jackson sticks together and see what hap- ' ' CHURCH Howard Tuesday the eye is kept moist with a scanty e3escontinue to water and tears! Miss Frerichs gave an 'interest- Nautilus Club will meet with Mrs ens " A d so by friction they flow down his face when he is not ! ' - Mrs Clarence Cochran took the P I) - flow of tears Tears are- formed in ing summary of Mr Saunders Red- I Will Finks- whipped up a little thing called opening short review from a 1910 diegs a special gland in the far carrier crying it may be necessary to ' - "An American in India" 1 Art Needlecraft Embroidery club fire have the tear ducts probed This ' BILLY GRAHAIVI'S editiod of the Ladies Home Jour- of each eye The clear fluid flows This is the abthors personal re-1 with Mrs E P Fears 2:30 It's been just as simple as that is a highly skilled jobk and should I nal on the top "What Women have across the eye and is drained off Indian d I th ! Stitch and Chat club with Mrs port on the n Ian e emma e through the ages and so we have : actually done where they vote" through a duct at the corner of the 0111Y be done by an eye doctor i A ' beliefs and attitudes of the Indians ' Dane Serail gadgets and all sorts of mechanical The baby has to be given a general ' : The account of an investigation of eye near the nose This duct leads Contraptions that make life easier anesthetic for this procedure toward the United States and his 1 -------- ) the law the record and the results every day of the week When Mama down the nose and then through recommendations for a change in in the four states which had equal Buffet Supper the bone to the inside of the nose During the first few days after decided that two forks help make a the treatment of the problem suffrage revealed the early con- Tears are formed in small birth the baby'p eyes often look a The amusing and amazing The Fetes Birthday lovely whipping mixture some man A ONE-HOUR LOG MOVIE i troversy of the movement amounts all the time This is the little red and swollen This is due Ways of the Ant" by John Ctomp- I manufactured an egg beater And ! Appropriate to the pre-Easter way the eye is kept normally to a slight irritation from the drops A GRIPPING PORTRAYAL OF ONE OF tom was presented by Mrs Clay I The birthday of Albert Hill was when she used a knife to smooth st ) ENGLAND'S M 0 S T ' HISTORIC EVANGE- - season was the dramatization of the doctor puts into the baby's Porter This very readable book 1 celebrated Sunday at a buffet sup- out her pasatry man broadened it '''''' the play 'Family Portrait" by Aft 7r about 2 months of age the eyes at birth A' slight redness of 1 presents the story of an increda ' per given by Mrs Hill in their slightly and came up with a spat- LISTIC ENTS ! EV Lenore Coffee and William Joyce tear c'glands will work overtime the eyes during the first week of I ible civilization whose art of war I home : ' uls 1 i Cowen and given by Mrs John when the baby is distressed and life is nothing to worry about If and slavery whose farming and The guestS' were Mr and Mrs The household hint is always a Gingerich The play in three acts crying It will produce more tears the irritation persists however or ! - ' ' ' Filmed Entirely in England ' drug addictitt Strongly resembles Paul Custar David and J D Cus- useful tidbit in homemaking the- ‘ ' presents the family of Jesus and than can be i pyes the I BEGINS 'AT 7:45 PM ' ' tar Mrs Bell Russell Mr and ther it tells how to remove a cof- draned off through if there is us in the e ' their reaction to his mu istry in the duct so that tears overflow doctor should see the baby 0 her members present were Mrs C M Grant Mr and Mrs fee stain or how to deodorize the the light of their own timcs the eyes and roll down the cheeks After the first week eflife any I l'"!1s R L Davis Mrs V K Roy Nichols Lawrence Earl and family pet ' The effect of public opinion for ' I NO ADMISSION ch (ling Mrs P Y Jolley Mrs Susan Nichols One firm recognizing this paten- Sometimes in young babies the irritation of the eyes should be and against Jesus and the subse- tear gland will start making lots called to the doctor's attention 1 'el McMahan Mrs Jim Stone Mr and Mrs Bill Hill Carolyn WI instituted a Homemakers For- PUBLIC INVITED quent repercussion in Nazareth 1 of tears before the duct is open Pus in the eye means an infection) - l'alss Dwight Tolle Mrs: Glen Gor- Billie Sue Gale and Michael Hill um on radio asking and giving wide enough to drain them off If I and should be treated by the I - make Mary's household subject to ! (ion Mrs George McKown Mrs Mr and Mrs George Hill Georgie Prizes for just such "trivia" The I 7 ' the same problems and prejudices this happens you will notice that doctor ' W P Wood Mrs Clyde Ross Lee Albert and Emma Mae first week some 30000 'utters Roar- that would confront a family of - and Mrs Raymond Suppes Oscar Custara Emmett Hill Mrs ed them The next week the mail ' today whose community consider- J W Hill Johnnie Griffith Jim- doubled they claim ed one of its number a crazy fans- MRS JIMMIE WOOD mie Cooper and Herman Whitley Many of the hints showed real - tic troublemaker TO RETURN HERE Harry McMullen Willy Brewer imagination and inventiveness ae- z ' 7 'k a ' ' ''t:t1 Present at the meeting were Mrs a Mrs Jimmie Wood and small Dorothy Cooper and Dorothy Cus I cording to the sponsores One wo- t Lee Black Mrs J P Brazeel daughter Gail are expected to tar 1 man who burned out her double Mrs Cochran Mrs Bill Hill Mrs ' irt -"!14 lel ' return to th home of her parents boiler constantly put two or three - FAIRLAFIE sEDArls l: :f:: Gingerich Mrs P M Huff Mrs Mr and Mrs Paul Thomas Fri-1 VISITORS FROM ADA marbles in the double boiler before 1: t : 4 ' ' :te t 'a V Glen Johnson Mrs Jack Mayo day Mr and Mrs J H McKoy of turning on the fire when the water ' : Vi-'' ':') " '' f '?' 'c'4 Mrs Philip McMahan Mrs Cole- r''-:4V ' :: a 4 Theyhave been with Mr Wood Ada spent the weekend with Mrs gets low the clanging of the mar- ' 'I 4' ''''' ::' tl mans Nolen Mrs Graham Mills I in Mrs John Palmer Mrs Jack San Diego Calif since the Prst R P Witt and Mr and Mrs Roy bles warns her Strong Mrs James Weaver er ' ' -: of Decemb when he returned to Taylor Another places a glass bowl over - ' ?k: ' ' k : ' 4 ' " the states f Mr Wood will bring his rom sea duly Linda Sue Taylor of Tonkowa is the family clock she says to soften ' ' '! : 7rataP ' -: i ' : iltliflf: 7 :'' :!!-E:9' Mrs Howard and Mrs Jim - i family also a isitor in the v Taylor home the ticking but it still permits her Hikerson were guests 1 i i here returning to San Diego for this week to see the time (She doesn't ex- - il I another tour of sea duty plain what happens when the alarm ARMY FAMILY TO 1 rjOril goes off) ' RETURN TO STATES g ' John Montgomery '-- Billy K Tanner 4 Carl Clay : - 'c AI SUNDAY VISITORS SITORS ARRIVE FROM TULSA Other helpful hints that have Chief Warrant Officer H N a s - Salesman ' '' Salesman Salesman FROM TENNESSEE Mr and Mrs' Paul Thomas had beeni offered by listeners go like - a Stevens and their two sons Stevie Mrs Norman Lipsky has as her as guests in their home Sunday this and Terry will sail from Ger- - ---- guests and Norman her daughter Mrs George Mr a Mrs Clarence Raglin of ' String subway or bus tokens on many April 25 after a three year' of Memphis Tenn and M Mullins and small son Georg? Jr Tulsa ' a safety pin so they'll be handy s tour of army service there :ar''7 Mrs Sam Sharpen scissors by cutting a ' ' ' - ' 1- 21242itinaMisa) Mr Stevens will be stationed at Mullins of Tupelo Miss FtSill on his re few strips of sand paper ' '''74:a1La' :' turn More Than 1000 : l - The visitors arrived Wednesday Keep plants freshwhile a house " Aa --aktc r Mrs Stevens and sons have been is closed by placing in a tub as I I for a weeks visit : High School Track 'Np-Atfl with Mr Stevens in Germany for ' many bricks as there are flower 1 :r7i't7-73':s!':''''':77:ni::72:37::'::::i-: ::TLis:::::' '' :!:::::: :'''7':7''''::::':::::::::-:::i:::'::4) i:::: ::i: : ::1 ::::::: the past two years She is the I - pots Put enough water in the tub I 7faak: - : -e daughter of Mrs Sarah Cole i CO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Men to Visit AsgrM to - - 4svolpf:1I7i cover the bricks and stand a l ' ' -:A:'i:417t? $Nt1:11 ?)::? '- O'' oii-4"zx4v : :: ' :: 4 : 15"-sn : C '''''''T44" :::: ": ::: ::Vr:--:::: ::: :-:- k ricks 1 : - ataawm -: mkr4 44a :-F s : : :: : : :: :: :: T : : - : li 1 1 - STILLWATER - High school plant on each bric The b absorb enough water to keep the 1 - 1:-''---'' - ' - '"vinira fr'"'"'''zl:r'4''''i':':'': '--'":::''41 ':'':::i f s::' 7) ) i- t '::-:::' ':::::: :'' : : ::'::t-- track men from over Oklahoma ' I ::ir '' P''''''''' '''"': 'i ' ''''':::" ' "'':':: '!-:-: '' :'':' '- :'"': e ' t'a' ii445-r'oa :k4": 7 1 ' "-- ‘ - 1 plants in good condition for some ' 1 9 i more than 1000 of them are ex- time s z : :: ii ILI" pectcd in Stillwater March 25-26 ' - ) If you have trouble identifying for the 13th annual running of the - 0°L's a - crown l' NNEy Oklahoma A&M relays small and large sheets sew a small red initial in the corners of Fairlane Crown Victorta ' :: :0? Fya Victoria tl ao let a The meet which annually pro- I I all bed sheets-"S" on the small - ArititW 7 e- ftt ' f'tk 'i '41rtfi''V ' ''' '" i - - - - ' ' vides the first state-wide competi- sheets and "L" on the large ones (with transparent top) - T' tion for the schoolboy runners has Snow shovelers will adore this a VgOrlakiiiiii f -7 : drawn 1000 the last two years one which is supposed to work: awmatimmawanowmonownoms i:': ti: 4:1'4 47Vkife '5"':'' and Coach Ralph Higgins of A&M sireit A! 4:0iii To make snow shoveling easier 1 the meet director anticipates a k : 1!1 i -v04 Ii: ':-'N-"-allr' ' ' new attendance mark this Spring melt paraffin and coat the shovel with it The snow will slide off b F ' ' - 41Mts :414sw - 370 Relay events spice the two-day - without sticking to the shovel ' program although there are also - White tissu paper from old gifts 'Meet Americas first famill : : : a number of individual events in 1(9 comes in andy too according to -:1 ':"100-a '--a4441'-i- 407"4::44A the Aggie show The schoolboy pre- ' ' ft atr‘liattn01544feai - '" the save-girls As a lint-free duster - - : 1A ii44--' liminaries are scheduled Friday it makes a good cleaner for win- iiii4 fi ' ' lit lit --a7 n"-s- --i 7 ' 7 Sti AIrk it: -' - -ft: with finals on Saturda Y Also on Saturday the Aggie re- dows - e :kJ Series tot Ez ‘:- the 4rilliant F6rol fairlarte 'di ttizder6irc I Styling Anyone can add to this list - ---4411'4114-041:"!:-Xr1741' :: lays preview for college runners ii 1 ' - usually a meet that sees tbe A&M I i1 4 :?!4i? D varsity and the Sooners of Okla- lig Every day someone evolves a new - 7 n1-' e t 7 ItIllsnehtooldkehelpilt'holluLs'e"hcolliechoroesu:t re e -7: z - """-s -- - - - " homa battling for top honors will 4'' 4at 447 --- FOR 147 - - share time with the prepsters a minimum i ' 1"' "-Cti'z' ''''-''''Z"-' ''7''"'-- -r:::-'r"7: 4ci' ' : oe I 1 ' t i'"fir'''?'-::- ' '' ''' 0t:: ' :' r aa717eiiaka MAI expects to have an out - swvatuvAtaswaa i A -- '-'?"- ''-t44 :-i-:A:p :i- -'i - : ie - BURIED LOOT - traasawat00aam"000701M61014111111 --aaa- -' - ----' ' -''""' " '''' - - -aaaaavaat '"' oie-q s''--'74-'"' :: : : : !Handing set of relay runners in - MUSKEGON Mich (AP) - Po- -77"77'eawer77 77 - --- i)'14:5V4:4e 1r '4 ' :''''':''-s-‘ 4it ''''' ''''' : ::- : '::':: A4 the mile two-mile and four-mile !it':i'':7i7':"- ''''''- :-i::::440-5i::''''::4 --AA''' - --- caaaa ------ -avataasvawatavaaearvaaoa - '74tr e a lice cleaned up an old burglary -- 7 :-:-AF 0 :a - :: distances and in the sprint and -2:-0'-:s!-:':100y'07:'-ta: -::l'A-:ewilagrffliite with the arrest of two youths but '"'t ' -Ift '1 r: like:':"'':::::::' 7 distance medleys this spring in oldt be a dirty job to recover V?: :c'''4--ii:LiZ' - ri A11940'-'104-arvrr - - ' - ti th ew °I ou :7 - ' vole - a textured such events at the Texas r- iy lit' t Penn and Los Angeles relay caKansas - ni C Sgt Andrew Plouhar said the Failane Town Sedan r ' Fairjtiane Club Sedan 0: - 400 jvw 7: i i': sport coat and vals Ow dmitted ceaking into a drug 'Q :'a':'ilil1 store in 1953 and burying the loot ' - I onwannawnwwwwww taromewomawa 1 7i- t3a- POIRMISIONNINII contrasting slacks alongside an old dock on Muske- gel ' :: U::Ir'")4 SH-H-H! 1 gon Lake The area now has been '''")2-is'ism a ' - rca9e7:x R- ': ' '''''''''' ' filled in with tons of dirt and ' "-'13i:: 4'0-''Wy'r: i:1::: - A 98 :::k:''4':-! 1:f:::ck3!0A 1 houses a construction company -4---::: -''-::::!:::H 7"""!i- "- : : : 7 rc'gli if :-!-'::::::g:'' P1'i':T' a- -'"!-1 '' i a -------- v-- ' I AMUNDSEN SAILS AGAIN I - 4:&''' "r''''fe' t ::::: ROCKFORD I :: c:: 4-At - t:- II (AP) - The ' s - ia -pN-4 a Jo name of Anuno en made farm) a t Jim "1- li - '77- ranazi7i'5 COMPLETE! AA - - ':!'"::::::4:':':i':: :---'4 ?':0:4 - - by Norwegian explorer Roald - ' i :t7 'Vt!'- ::'47j:::::::?:2':::III:::N-''1 - (arii 36 HP Amundsen who reached the South 44k° il---Z7707'va's : 77-:?--'"'wr f ge y L f ' 7 v CAe § :f ::"::::::i: ':''' -4i'i 41ft S5:I Pole Dec 14 1911' will go to sea 1 r Fairlane Victoria - A-: - :?'f i :: :: ' - r:s::-r1 'mop : 114 Fairlane Sunliner - 1 beautifully tailored e:s?! : ' ?'':i"-:'4VNi- ' :ç: 4" 5 H P S209 50 t again David Roald Amundsen 19 Le Hr $23550 great-nephew of Amundsen enlist- ' :-:- :-::77::::::- :i7':a7: -4 :::::'s:!:: ' for smart Spring' Ai:- s : - : -: :" ed in the Navy for four years He ANKINISIMPOSIMEMPIIIIMMINIMOINEW 10 1111 S29550 IDSF -1- Easter dress-up! ::': '' - :1 :::: ::-i: ':::- : ?::: ''-'?'"'-'' t 16 !LP $34550 I is the son of Albert E Amundsen I :::::': 7 -1' ' :' f $ ':: : :: ' ''' ?A 1 ”'" Janesville Wis i These are the ehte of Ford's '55 the 182-hp Y-block Special V-8 All with Ford's Angle Poised Ride ::: :: :-m ''''? is : '::ii?:'"::si:!:'1:2::::- -' 4 i '' :v 1 N::::7 r::' ''-''-4 ::--::11 :''g::J cpw2 Cotivenient — 1 JEWEL FRI & SAT ' models the luxurious Ford Fairlanes offered with Fordomatic In Fairlane Ford's new Angle-Poised Ball-Joint toms available E' i 'ili:' ' ' k '' :i :if::: : :::' : :T ?! i 1 if And they offer everything you're and Station Wagon models and Front Suspension is tilted back so - ':' looking for in a car! Beauty for in the new L20-hp Six that springs now soak up shock from ' "The Cowboy and the Lady" a I a 7 1 ITS THE SUPER QUIET 0 :? I:i!:-'::::f-: :-il : ' :sa0 ' stance There halt never been such -- The Brightest Spot In Town" :-:::: i': - '': ::i ':':: :iI ':::: strikingly hanzlsoMe ears cars so (Fonlomatic Lhque optionabi f All with Thunderbird Styling the front as well as up-and-down 1 r' : -':' - ''': ::'::' r Ak - slATtli r ktAiiirtrir c - AFILA1 ''' ( 44111r111V-' ' -- ' 1 W -II afill ' Itint The Thunderbird the Ford tker B - Never before a elean-eut tuai ilistinatiished lookina - a 6 - e among the first to own a :?:&:::::':J ::::!: 4 : -::::: ::' And the rich interiors are furnished sonal car that has won the prat h se of suit like this for un- -:::7-: f '- z : :::?:::::1 ' ti f d the imtion inspired the styling of the 11 tr Irr 4517-3-1 -- :4'''' der $5! Made from WITH BAIL 131-IONOR GUEST 1ri s n -e- beforelkdere as w- I !‘ - '55 Ford You'll find its swept-back : 3 3 -:: ' :: -- : 1 ‘::$ ear tirawastety -- - - rayon -acetate a r straiblit-line fenders its lower ''72910 a A $9 7 t fully lined 2-button itTaiTs c--u' t-110-a-rd thiail'aiever- NIGHT - TONITE Ali with lrigger-Torque Power sleeker look its all-around wind- b f sportcoat and half- F - ': : :ri::: 3 thing: woo&rfolly quiet opsr- Thcre arc 3 reat Ford Engines shield visort )e 17eadl g s - ht rin 1 g Y1 I atton thanks to Hush-Spring 2 0 SILVER for '55: the 102-11p Y-block V-8 - reflected in the '55 Ford Cars : - belted gabardine 1:t t d Aquamute Exhaust OUTI art ' ' Test Drwe it Today! 1 Also Rait-a-matic pcmer bailing slacks ! The hand- Complete Shift StowawaY Fael -- DOLLARS t - some!) patterned - k — — - I Tank Snap-off Hood r IN TWO AWARDS - - ' tont goes well with : -- : : :: : See the new SearMAR now at Approx ' (Drawing at 9 pm) : his other slacks tool Sizes 3-8 in pink 'n' TA t :' ::::: :::: -' ::: : :- e k e -U : Swell S : See This Show- ' - APote NaVei MN deg& ill ' k an AKMD6

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