The Tribune-Review from Bethany, Oklahoma on February 20, 1964 · 4
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Bethany, Oklahoma
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
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i z Pace 4 THE TRI5LNE - R1Y1EA Thursday February 20 1964 ocieb l lOedding bate Selected Mrs George W Altman Shawnee la announcing the engagement of her daughter Miss Kathryn Sue Speak 7000 NW 43 to Edward Daniel Gansz Colorado Springs Colo son of Mr and Mrs Edward Neuman Gansz Omaha Neb The couple will be married at 4 pm April 18th In Metropolitan Baptist Church with Rev David Couple Repeats Marriage Vows Miss Joyce Jackson 1121 N Su Charles became the bride of W J Arnett Jr 5680 NW 39 at 7 pm Friday In the Watchorn Chapel of St Luke's Methodist Church with Rev Joseph T Shackford officiating The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W E Jackson Butler and the bridegroom Is the son of Mr and Mrs W J Arnett Ham-nton The bride wore a gown of satin Oowe Solemnized Vows were read for Miss Karen Lou Re and Tommy Leon Crlffln at 8 pm Friday in Lake View Park Church of the Nazarene with Rev Bill Draper officiating The bride is the daughter of Mrs Melva M Re 4109 NW 15 and the bridegroom Is the son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Griffin 5944 NW 42nd The bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace over satin styled with a chapel train Her veil was held by a plateau and he carried carnations with stcphanotla Maid of honor was Miss Kathy Treece Okarche Miss Pam Gll- WCTU A IN The Frances E Willard Woman's Christian Temperance Union met - on Tb-rsday January 30th at the home of Mrs Ross McLennan 4639 N MacArthur with president Mrs Charles N Sherrill presiding The devotions were given by Mrs Henry Wltzke Mrs Opal Heath led the singing and was accompanied by Mrs McLennan The January emphasis was legislation and Ross McLennan State Secretary of SANE spoke to the group Mrs Heath gave the report from the Union Signal the national WCTU magazine Jlu and Bob McLennan entertained the group with guitar and accord lan music accompanied by their mother at the piano A letter of acceptance to the invitation to have the Oklahoma State WCTU meeting in Bethany Church of the Nazarene was read by Mrs Sherrill Mrs Fred Floyd corresponding secretary wrote s letter to Governor Bellmon commending him on his stand of not serving alcoholic beverages in the Governor's mansion Mrs Sherrill read a "thank you CARPETS AND FURNITURE CLEANED ia yaur Imm Dm "Iweftwh" ray b DuracUan m mmtf naklas MUakmbttai for quota tlm call HAS 1 Y DUKAULfcAN lAKPEI k UPHOLSTERY CLEANING 3900 N Pcnid SU 9-9962 or SU 9-5900 MORTGAGE PROTECTION COSTS SO LITTLE when you us ahead with Claud Fite C Cotten officiating The bride-elect has a BS degree la nursing from Oklahoma Baptist University Her fiance Is s graduate of Sterling Kan College He served three and a half years with the US Navy aboard the aircraft carrier Oriskany as a Lieutenant Junior grade fashioned with a scooped neckline Her veil was held by a satin and Alencon pill box hst Maid of honor was Miss Joyce Hodge Best man was Carl Arnett brother of the bridegroom and usher was Donald Jackson brother of the bride Upon their return from a trip to Dallas Texas the couple will establish a home at 1121 N St 'Charles san Miss Linda MacKlllican both of Norman and Miss Clarrle Thompson were bridesmaids Best man was John T Talbot Dorman Griffin brother of the bridegroom Larry Riley and Warren Schmidt served as ushers Lighting the candles were Mrs Larry Eaves and Miss Shirley Wal-' ther Flower girl was Lana Nelson Following the ceremony a reception was held at the church Upon their return from a trip to Lake Murray the couple will establish a home at 4304 N Donald JANUARY note" from Mr and Mrs Hennas Janzcn from the City Rescue Mission thanking the group for the gifts Refreshments of fruit punch and cookies were served by Mrs McLennan Visitors were Mrs Opal Heath and Mrs Davis New members are Mr and Mrs Houseton Next meeting will be a combined meeting of this group and the Bethany Alice M David Union on February 27th at 2 pm In the chapel of the Bethany Church of the Nazarene HAVE YOU TRIED THE UNIQUE CAPE LATELY? CLIO STUDIES FOOD PROGRAM The today's homemaker understanding the national cry for physical fitness ia the American way of life can help her family members by knowing how to select prepare and sene foods which meet the body needs of every individual These remarks were maJe by Mrs J E Corbin when she presented the program "Food For Fitness" to members of the Cardinal Home Demonstration Club Thursday February 13 when they met at 10:45 am In the home of Mrs Robert McKee 6600 NW 26 The speaker pointed out that being a housewife can Involve more than Its literal meaning The homemaker can change and expand her role and help produce a finer future generation of healthy family members by serving good nutritional meals which are nigh In protective food value and low in calories she said that there is noneed to cook separate meals for various family members Everyone needs protein carbohydrates fats vitamins and minerals In their dally diet As a special club project outside of their community the club will purchase a wheelchair for one of the women's wards at the State Hospital at Norman The group will also purchase and make amocka for this group also Mrs Charles Sanders 1305 NW 84 became a new member and Mrs J E Morris 4700 NW 23 re-joined after a brief absence Mrs Richard Mitcbel 2024 Minnie Lane was also a guest The group will have a covered dish supper for members and their husbands February 18th at 7 pm in the Community Room at the Mutual Savings & Loan Building The Citizenship Committee will show a film which was made by Dr John L Peters president of World Neighbors which shows the great need of certain foreign peoples for education and how much is expected from our country to help defeat communism and unrest In the world today Mrs J E Corbin 252 NW 80 will bo hostess March 12th when the dub will celebrate their 14th anniversary of the organization of their club Mrs Carl Alger will give a written summary of the jtir Htsmutn LBOB and LETA McGU 6434 N W 39tH Expressway Eating Is Fun And Necessary Eating is a pleasure aix! a necessity The food ou eat affects your growth your sire tiger appearance and ape as measured by physical condition Indirectly food also affects your atutuJc your ability to achieve and your happiness Food can help you face daily problems with strength and confidence A deficit of food may make you irritable weak and subject to disease This "Food For Fitness" was the program of the Council Grove Home Demonstration Club which met last Tuesday February 11th in the home of Mrs S W Clutts 1502 Rockwell There were 13 present who answered the roll call by naming one habit tbit causes them to overeat The devotional was given by Mrs Lawrence Broady who highlighted many of Abraham Lincoln's teachings Another interesting high point in the meeting was a demonstration on how to cover high heel shoes with fabric which is not only economical but beautiful as well The March meeting will be on the 10th in the home of Mrs Lawrence Broady Reno at MacArthur Oklahoma City Shower Honors Two Brldes-elect Four o'clock on February 10th was the hour duwen by Mrs Opal Baker for s double-bridal shower given In her home at 513 Brower Drive Recipients of this shower were Miss Peggy Tolle bride-elect of Doyle Mac Murry and Miss Glenda Hawkins bride-clect of Donald Richardson Attending the gain affair were members of the teaching staff and cafeteria personnel at Council Elementary School Assisting with the serving were Jean Moseley and Jane Downing club's activities of the past year and Mrs J M Team will present the program on the Care and Cleaning of Your Sewing Machine iiiiiuuit u GUARDED vhii jii itji rilLIiXIlT mi FyiaHaslawi 78JI -N W S2ad 8 Ratllar MmaSU 9-8138 arSU 9-7823 BEAUTY SHOP mt nanm SU ALICE DAVID WCTU MEETS The Alice David WjCTL' met at Mrs Corley's home Friday February 14th with sixteen members and two visitors present A very instructive program was given by Mrs Maddox Plans were discussed for the necessary arrangements for the entertainment of the State Convention which is to be held here at Bethany October 19th through 23rd 1964 Club Moots Mrs Leroy Devine 4712 Norman entertained members of Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi In her home Wednesday evening Hostess was Mrs Bud Davenport The program was "You and Your Audience" and "Express Yourself' presented by Mrs Jay Bullock WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALE and SPRING OPEN HOUSE Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday - I to 5 CHERRY TREES Dwarf Varioty Grows only 6 ft tall Ortho DORMANT SPRAY Easy to Mix $198 $435 Quart Also Available In gallons each c4t FARM and GARDEN CENTER 3710 NW 10th Phone WI6-3688 (Just Weit of Portland on NW IQthl BEAN SUPPER Fpiloa Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will help celebrate George Washington's Birthday by having n Bcaa Supper and Social Saturday at 730 pun at the Community National Bank at 39th and MacArthur Husbands anl dates of (he members will be the honored guests and after the dinner the group will play Bunco with prizes for the winners Mrs Jimmie J Schnorr and Mrs Janie Chester are in charge of the arrangements assisted by Mrs Bob Rick Mrs Gene Maiden and Mrs Ruth Cole The next regular meeting will be Tuesday February 25th in the home of Mra John Brooks 4112 Sterling tt 730 pm Mrs Brooks is in chnrge of the cultural program on "Drama" Recendy the chapter had a special guest speaker David Frank formerly of Harrisburg Pa who is Administrative Intern of the Ford Foundation and In connection with The Mummers Theatre who poke on Drama and Regional Theatre The meeting was held in the home of Mrs Jim Parker 3-4 feet 7YecrTreee Reddy To Plant - NOW ‘2" Ortho PRUNING PAINT Easy To Use Bomb 98 5 oz ONLY Also Very Effective For Waterproofing IT COSTS ONLY PEANUTS TO DRY CLOTHES WITH Not really! But you can dry a load of clothes in a GAS dryer for less than a penny And GAS is 5 times safer Your clothes will be white fluffy ind fresh as a springtime breeze GAS clothes dryer keep pace with your washer — are always ready to go — and save you money too! Stop lugging elephant size loads of wash See your GAS dryer dealer today! IS SATURDAY 5812 NW 68th last Tuesday Mrs Bill Baker was ia charge of the cultural program ani introduced Mr Frank After the meeting n silent auction was held with Mrs Bob Kirby Ways and Means chairman ia charge Mra Bill Baker £ue) was recently honored ns the chapter's Valentine Queen She was entered into the contest among the 22 chapters in the city at which time n Queen was announced and crowned She was honored at the above meeting and at an hors d'oeuvres party before the dance February 8th at the Zebra Room Her photograph was also entered into the International Contest at Kansas City Mo aixl the Queen was chosen by Tony Randall movie and TV star (The Queen was Jean Doggett Iota Zeta chapter Weatherford Texas) HfflHi Ortho HOME ORCHARD SPRAY 3 1749 14 oz ONLY 28‘ oz Size v-' I SU 9-3883 CE 6-3533 Southland Life INSURANCE CSL COMPANY oUahomi naturd fas ct s

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