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Shawnee News-Star from Shawnee, Oklahoma • 25

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Shawnee, Oklahoma
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Konawa Business and Professional Women's club meets By MRS JACK WATTS The Konawa Business and Pro fessional club met Tues day evening in the djning room of cafe for the final meeting of the 1954 55 fiscal year Incoming president Mrs Harriet rank presided over the busi ness Summer work of the club was outlined and coming projects dis cussed Announcement was made that Mayor Jack Harris has been asked to draw up a proclamation forbidding ice boxes to be dis carded without first removing all locks Committee reports by various chairmen were heard and ap proved Plans to purchase a wheel chair for rental purposes were discuss ed and the members discussed taking $1 to use during the sum mer months then turn back to the treasurer with the money made from the original dollar Mrs Mary Guiles a member was presented a gift from the club Mrs Guiles is moving the first of July Mrs Inez Myers was recog nized as appointed to the state executive board as a project chairman Her work will involve arrangements of the regional convention to be held in October at Oklahoma City and the state convention at Altus in 1956 The meeting was adjourned Next session will be held at the home of Mrs Ben rank The program will be a local school of instruction with a group of spe cial guests attending Mrs Sherman Tatum hon ored her son Jimmy Don last week with a birthday party Those attending were Becky Robertson Retta Clayton Susie Bolt Debbie Tyner Ricky Low ery Sharia Rains Hershel Hud son Paula Tatum Ricky Hudson Larry Tatum Mrs Katie Robert son Mrs Wilma Bolt Mrs Essie Gaines Mrs Jack Hudson Mrs Wilile Rains Mrs loyd Clayton tire hostess and the honoree Mr and Mrs Bud Burch were visited recently by Mr and Mrs Tom Byrd of Shawnee and Mrs reda McClure and children of Spaulding Roy Huff of Oklahoma City visited last weekend with his mother and sisters Mrs Bettie Huff Mrs Dee Hill and Mrs Bud Burch Mrs Quinn Hill is undergoing treatment in Valley View hospi tal in Ada Mrs Emmett Turner who suf fered severe second and third de gree burns in a mishap at her home several weeks ago is back in Valley View hospital after a brief stay at home She is re cuperating nicely Mr Turner reports and is expected tn remain in the Ada hospital for skin grafting Mrs Jack Watts' and Mrs rankie Evans transacted busi ness in Seminole riday after noon An indoor wiener roast was held Wednesday night at the home of Mr and Mrs Ben rank for members and their guests in the Konawa Koffee Klub Visitation and the playing of various games furnished enter tainment for the evening Also films were shown to the group on the vacation who went to ew Orleans La recently Those attending were Mr and Mrs Danny Khoury Mr and Mrs Jack Watts Mr and Mrs Granville Shed Mr and Mrs Clayton Long Mr and Mrs Vic tor Watts and the hosts Mr and Mrs rank More water than is normally used by Konawa consumers can be delivered by two 100 gallon per minute Dumps installed at two new water wells on the north bank of the South Ca nadian river Connecting of lines from the wells to the city water system is expected to be completed in the near future The two new wells produced 120 and 155 gallons of watei' per minute in test run last week without lowering the water level in either of the wells Automatic works system con structed last year near the water wells will now be used regularly since the additional water is being supplied by the new wells Only one of the four old water wells is a dependable water supply city officials have point ed out The regular Tuesday noon meeting of Konawa Chamber of Commerce for the next three months will be held in the din ing room of the post office cafe members voted during last meeting Konawa board of education has called a special emergenev five mill levy election for Monday June 20 and set a date for ac ceptin'' bids on roof repairs on the highschool gym The election will be held from 2 to 6 in Konawa city hall and bids for the repair work will be accepted to 8 that date MSgt and Mrs George Harris and son Joe are visiting his mother Mrs Maud Harris of Summers Chapel near Konawa They recently returned from Angor Turkey ollowing a 30 day leave Sergeant Harris will report to Brownsville Texas Mr and Mrs reeman Thomas and children of Meeker Colo are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Owen Jones The Thomases will move to Oklahoma City soon There Thomas will be affiliated with the Oklahoma National bank of Oklahoma City Mr and Mrs allis jr and son and Mrs Shaw and daughter of Decatur Ill are spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs A Collins and Mr and Mrs allis all of Konawa Mr and Mrs Sturmon of Konawa have as their house guest Mrs mother Mrs Laffoon of Stroud Mrs Laffoon will remain two weeks Mr and Mrs Clayton Adair were visited Sunday by her sis ters Mr and Mrs Jack Lane of Shawnee and Mr and Mrs Troy Conley of Oklahoma City Mrs Carl Jones spent Sunday and Monday in Henryetta visiting her mother Mrs Edna Phillips Carl Jones jr returned recent ly from a visit with his grandmbther Mrs Sarah Jones and an aunt Mrs Darnell in Cromwell Mr and Mrs Danny Khoury' and children Claudia Danny and Pamela spent the weekend visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Jones in Ratliff The Sacred Heart Altar So ciety held a special meeting Tues day and voted to have a rummage and bake sale next Tuesday Attending the meeting were Mrs Kuestersteffen Mrs Grove Mrs William De Lonais Mrs Robert Gardner Mrs Evans Mrs Edd Mc Craw Miss Ceceilia Zoeller and Mrs Ed Lehman Mr and Mrs Hershel Bishop and son of Edmond visited her mother Mrs Theresea Ackerman over the weekend Mr and Mrs Mose Bruno sr were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Johnny Bruno and family of Ellenwood Kan Mrs Mary DeLonais and Mr and Mrs Jack DeLonais of Chick asha spent the weekend in ort Smith Ark visiting Mr and Mrs Tommie DeLonais and fam ily Glenda Anderson and Nelda Anderson of Maud spent the weekend visiting Mr and Mrs Delmar Anderson Mr and Mrs Alberta Lehman were visited Monday by Mr and Mrs Dale Harness of Oklahoma City Mr and Mrs George Tapscott and children of Oklahoma City spent the weekend visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tyre Love Mr and Mrs' Norman Large and children and Calvin Bailes visited Sunday with Mrs mother Mr and Mrs Joe Harris in Oklahoma City Mr and Mrs Leo Hillerman and family of Shawnee and Mr and Mrs Cecil Hillerman and family of Oklahoma City visited Monday with Mr and Mrs Hillerman Mrs Pat Hall and children Linda Larry Tommy and Terry of Ada visited Monday with her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Am burg Mr and Mrs Jimmy Douthit and Dean of Houston visited his parents Mr and Mrs Gene Dout hit Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Virgil Gibson were visited riday night by Mr and Mrs Homer Smith of Okla homa City A As You Are Break was held Wednesday morn ing in the home of Mrs Ben rank Those attending were Mrs Cal vin Bailes Mrs Danny Khoury Mrs Jack Watts Mrs Norman Large Mrs Harold Stephens Mrs Clayton Long Mrs Robert allis and the hostess Mrs rank A party was held Saturday night in the home of Mr and Mrs Clayton Long 409 West South Refreshments of sandwiches fritos salad cake coffee and cokes were served Those attending were Mr and Mrs Ben Trank Mr and Mrs Jack Watts Mr and Mrs Victor Watts Mr and Mrs Harold Ste phens Mr and Mrs Joe Ray Thomas Calvin Bailes Mrs Shir ley Lane and the hosts Mr and Mrs Long Dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Burwell Bates Craig and Carla were Judge and Mrs Bob Aubrey of Seminole and Mr and Mrs Sam Bates A dinner party was held re cently at Seminole in the home of Judge and Mrs Bob Aubrey honoring Mr and Mrs A Nuckles of Wichita alls Texas Attending were Mr and Mrs Burwell Bates Craig and Carla Mr and Mrs Sam Bates of Konawa Mr and Mrs A Nuckles of Wichita alls Texas and the hosts Mr and Mrs Au brey Miss Mabel Callicotte of We woka presented a group of her piano pupils in a recital at 3 Sunday in the irst Baptist church Konawa Presented were Max Ball reda Beth Camp Raymond Ball Lou Alic Camp Sandra Moore James Bruton Linda Lawrence Mary Ann Hailey Duane Dailey and Craig Bates Mr and Mrs Jeff Blaylock of Oklahoma City were overnight guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs A Dye Jack Scott son of Mrs Virgil Gibson of Konawa attended a highschool alumni banquet Sat urday evening at Chilloco Scott is a graduate of the school there and now resides at Okmulgee Mr and Mrs Bud Burch visited Wednesday with their grandson Joe Lee Peavler in Okmulgee The Gover circle of the irst Baptist church met Wednesday with Mrs Jones for a pro gram led by Mrs Guinn Those having parts on the pro gram' were Mrs Lloyd Miller Mrs Henry Amburg Mrs Ray Tassin Mrs Kennard Dam ron and Mrs Sturmon The meeting opened with the group singing of I Survey the Wondrous followed with prayer voiced by Mrs Her bert Sugg Devotional from Psalms 95 was given by a guest Miss Nancy Guinn Those attending were three guests Miss Nancy Guinn Linda Hall and Mrs Bill Leikam and the following members Mrs I Granville Shed Mrs Henrv Am burg Mrs Guinn Mrs Rav Tassin Mrs Herbert Sugg Mrs Sturmon MrS Lloyd Miller Mrs A Shirley and the host ess Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs William DeLonais visited their son Lloyd DeLon ais Saturday in McBride hospi tal in Oklahoma City Lloyd re cently underwent major surgery" Mr and Mrs Johnny Bruno and family of Ellenwood Kan visit ed Sunday with Mrs Belle Leh man i Karen Burns and Matilda Leh Wednesday night the June dinner will be held at the church Mrs Ralph Adams and Mrs Zwiacher are in charge of th arrange ments The program will be presented by members of the Intermediate Methodist Youth ellowship who attended camp at Turner alls last week Rev Orville Parham pastor said the MY members will give highlights of their trip Many activities highlighted the weekend for the Dave Higdon family but the outstanding event was a family reunion and dinner party which was held Saturday evening in cafe Ap proximitely 11 families attended including families from California and Kansas Sunday afternoon all the fami lies assembled at Konawa where they attended the wedding of A 3c Paul Higdon After the wedding the families gathered at the home of Mrs Annie Higdon 1321 North Timmons for a picnic supper Those attending and taking part in the gala activities were Mr and Mrs Luther Higdon Mr and Mrs Higdon Mr and Mrs Charles Seaman Mr and Mrs Spiller Miss Pat Hig don Miss Qualla Hiadon Gary Seaman Don Seaman Miss Deb ara Seaman Mr and Mrs Dave Higdon and children Norma Tom and David of Hutchinson Kan and Capt and Mrs James Spil ler and children Linda Jim and Bruce of San rancisco Calif Mr and Mrs Bill Bridges and daughter Kathy of Okmulgee visited Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Albert Lehman Mrs Buck Gattenby and daughter of Bakersfield Calif visited over the weekend with her sister Mr and Mrs red Kuestersteffen Mr and Mrs red Zoeller vis ited Sunday with Mr and Mrs Paul Veitenheimer in Purcell Mrs red Zoeller Mrs A Semtner visited Monday with Clem Zoeller Clem Zoeller is a patient in St Anthony's hospital in Oklahoma City Mr and Mrs rank Barthlmc were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Sherman Williams of Oklahoma City man were hostesses Monday eve ning for a Stanley brush party The affair was held in the Leh man home Games were played with Mrs A Burns and Gloria Lehman winning the prizes Refreshments of cake and tea were served to the following who attended the party Mrs A Burns Mrs Joe Grove Mrs red Kuestersteffen Mrs Buck Gat tenby Miss Kathy Burns Jerry Lehman Donna Ackerman Mrs Albert Lehman Mrs Mike Ackerman and son Mickey Mrs Bill Lehman Mrs George Kinder the Stanley deader and the host esses Miss Karen Burns and Ma tilda Lehman Mrs Joe Veitenheimer spent the weekend in Oklahoma City visiting her son and daughter Julius Veitenheimer and Kay Veitenheimer Mr and Mrs Albert Lehman were visited Wednesday by Mr and Mrs Delmar Anderson and daughter Jean and Henry Deis ter of Shawnee Mr and Mrs Leo Canfield were visited Saturday by Mrs A Higdon Mrs rank Higdon Miss Jane Williams Mrs Benton and Mr and Mrs Doug Higdon all of Shawnee Mr and Mrs Albert Lehman were visited Tuesday by Mrs Rosa Lehman Tommy Lehman Mr and Mrs rank Lehman and son Jerry Ray of Pauls Valley and Mrs Tom Stokes and daugh ter Loretta Mr and Mrs William DeLonais visited Saturday with Mr and Mrs John VanBurne Mr and Mrs Delmar Ander son were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Smith Mr and Mrs Ed McCraw and family Mr and Mrs Dale Harness of Okla homa City Mr and Mrs Hodges of Maud Mr and Mrs Gordon Green and daughters Marilyn Marie and Cornell of Maud and Mr and Kirs Albert Lehman and daughters Jerry and Gloria A two Church school at the Konawa irst Methodist church opened Monday Mrs Milton Courtney is superin tendent Pleasant Grove Mr and Mrs Bowen return from visit in California By MRS RUBY SANDS Mr and Mrs Walter Bowen and Bobby have returned from a two week visit with their son Walter jr and his family in San Diego Calif They spent a day in Tia Juana Mexico and took an excursion trip on a boat and saw many places of interest Bowen and Walter jr did some deep sea fishing bringing home about 50 pounds of fish On the wav home they stopped at ort Sumner and visited the grave of Billy the Kid and other points of interest Mr and Mrs Jess Kelley and daughter Kathie of Oklahoma City visited in the home of Kel brother in law and sister Mr and Mrs Owens last Thursday evening Doyle Owens spent last week with his grand parents Mr and Mrs Jack Kel ley of Lexington Mrs Jack Manning and son David of Kansas City and Mrs Eugene Terrel of Wichita alls Texas spent last week with their parents Mr and Mrs Earl Wat ers Additional guests in the Waters home for the weekend were Mr and Mrs Waters and David Mr and Mrs Leonard Mclnturf Mr and Mrs John Waters and son Johnny and Mr and Mrs Bill Hurley and daugh ter Billy Jo all of Oklahoma City and Mr and Mrs Clifford Terrel of Chandler Mrs Myrtle Beal of Wanette visited the past week with her brother Mr and Mrs Mon gold Mrs brother and wife Mr and Mrs rank Curtis of Tahlequah visited in the Mon gold home Wednesday Other guests during the week was an other sister of Mr Mongold Mrs Maud Ewing with her son Leon ard and his family of Lexington Mr and Mrs Alvis Sloan have had as guests this week sister Mrs Edna Price of Han ford Calif and her son MSgt Mack Price who is an in structor in the National Guard at Pawhuska A Bates had a light stroke two weeks ago and is still con fined to his bed but is some bet ter Their son in law and daugh ter Mr and Mrs Benson and son David of Duncan visit ed with them Sunday Dorothy Mae Roland of Tulsa visited the past two weeks with her cousin Kathleen Hunt Mr and Mrs Arthur Whited have had as guests ii their home Mrs Irvin Kelley and daughters Brent and Marla and Mrs Kel leys mother Mrs Opal Crum minger of Shattuck Mr and Mrs Johnny Saulsber ry Mr and Mrs Bert Mills with Dixie and Bobby visited nth Mr and Mrs Everett Helms of Pay son Wednesday evening Gwaltney is spending his vacation in Pierce Idaho work ing for the forest reserve Several from here are attend ing the wedding cf LaQuetta Cunningham in Oklahoma Sundav afternoon Mr and Mrs Peckl Mrs Peck Mr and Mrs Lester Peck Mrs A Cook Mrs Mayme Starr and daughter Cora Mae Mr and Mrs Charles West with Jeaneane and Vicki spent last weekend with Mrs par ents Mr and Mrs Lucas of Gainesville Texas Mr and Mrs Ira Sloan have had as guests Sloan's brother and wife Mr and Mrs Raymond Sloan and children of Burkbur nett Texas Mr and Mrs Owens with Donnie visited with brother and wife Mr and Mrs Cecil Owens of Oklahoma City Sunday They were accompanied by parents Mr and Mrs Owens A2c Stanley Grove is spend ing the weekend with Iris parents Mr and Mrs Grove He has the cast of! his arm now and is improvin Mary Lou and Wiley David Grove both have whooping cough and mumps now Guests in the Grove home Wed nesday were Mr and Mrs Jim Deatherage and daughters of California and Mr and Mrs Bob Deatherage and children of Te cumseh Mrs Henry Poe recently at tended the homecoming at Oak Grove She tells us that their son Osmond has finished his TV radio course in Chicago and is locating in San Jose Calif Mack Vinson returned Thurs day from Wisconsin where he has been buying some dairy cattle Wednesday was Bobby birthday and Mrs Bowen enter tained a few of his friends at a party Wednesday afternoon Those attending were Ronald Bates Dennis Stroud Clayton and Genie Eads Raymond Rose and Davfd Par ris spent last weekend with Ray sister and family Mr and Mrs Edward Horn of Midwest City Rose and Parris are com bining oats now Mr and Mrs Jack Hopkins visited with Mr and Mrs Parris Thursday eve ning Mike Mitchell a Cincinnati outfielder was the first batter to hit a fair ball out of orbes ield Pittsburgh He did it less than a month after the park was opened in 1909 Dee ondy first baseman for the Chicago Cubs accepted 310 fielding chances before he made his first error this season The planet Mars has a mean distance of 141650000 miles from the sun TAYLOR LUMBER CO Hu Pittsburgh Paints 405 Oklahoma Phone 112 BUY ALL YOUR REMODELING AND REPAIR MATERIAL ON CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN A Low Cost Solution to Crowded Living Problems Breezeway Add a Room Kitchen Modernizing Tile Bathroom Screened Porch Recreation Room Garage Extra Storage PAY AS LITTLE AS S200JVEEKLY We Give TOP VALUE STAMPS on Retail Sales McKEE LUMBER COMPANY 123 Minnesota Phone 90 Modern youth peeks at future in summer months Shawnee (Okla) News Star Sunday June 19 195S 9B Here's latest word in personal planes (By NEA lexTice) Put your spare time to good use this summer If ou found a job twiddle your thumbs all day Your vacation is a good time to take stock of your future What do you want to be? A tightrope walker snake charmer model typist designer? Or per haps already engaged and planning your wedding No matter what your status of the movement you may find a Self Improvement Course valu able The typewriter for instance is well worth mastering It can help you cinch an ordinary job and do bigger things ina job that doesn't require it Some of the jobs where a knowledge of typewriting is re quired or helps include these: Receptionist typist office man ager public relations life insur ance agent certified public ac countant statistician home econ omist librarian social worker teacher advertising copy writer newspaper woman radio and TV town city or federal jobs A typewriting course should be available for what you have to spend If you find one bor row a typewriter and get a book on typing and begin your finger lessons at once But say you have a yen to travel and work abroad some day If decided on the country read up on its people economy and climate Study the language If you afford a course right now borrow language records and primers as a starter A girl especially good at math ematics might like to go in for a career in accounting and books can help you do that An acting job in theater or TV requires lots of ground work Help out at a local summer theater if you can If that is not available now study speech and dramatics If you enjoy the microscope perhaps you could be useful in a local hospital It is stimulating too for girls interested in a nurs ing career Offer your services in any capacity to test vour apti tude forlhis type of work A nose for news may be given a workout on a local paper if an editor is sympathetic Copy girls with a serious purpose are usual ly welcome and if they offer their services free might get a break even if they needed The experience will be useful to any girl who wants to be a newspaper girl If you have a vivid imagination and a flair for words perhaps fic tion is your best bet Books on that subject are being written by experts all the time available at local libraries There are books on television plays too and a new one by Paddy Chaycfsky (Simon and Schuster) a success ful TV writer just written gives useful information to neophytes The advantage of giving your self a chance to learn whether you like the job you've been dreaming about is that you will not waste time when got i to land a job at graduation time A maiden planning to be mar ried soon may find cook books home decorating books and mag azines and hope chest sewing all worthwhile enterprises during summer months She might try whipping up some of the casser oles pies and omelets she finds A 4 Vs" i I JU 1 stMMj mi' 'J 'Q a Am I SOMETHING OR THE AMILY This light plane with plastic wings will soon go on the market in Italy for about $1300 Shown in Naples the small craft weighs just over 500 pounds reaches 90 mph and can land in a space less than 150 feet long Called the after its inventor Mario De Bernardi powered by a 35 horsepo wer motor and has a rotor for vertical flight OR AST MOVING AMILIES The rcneh dcsigncd Morane Saulnier 760 a four place twin jet pressurized airplane soars through the sky during a demonstration flight over New York City The plane which has a top speed of 410 mph was unveiled bv Beech Aircraft Corp of Wichita Kan which has an option to manufacture and distribute the craft throughout the and Canada recipes for Cooking takes prac tice and a summer of kitchen me chanics should put any girl right up in the hostess bracket Oh yes and forget to practice I darning socks i Al Kaline star outfielder for the Detroit Tigers never has play ed in the minor leagues He was signed for a bonus right out of highschool Columbia Window Shades $150 I up senators of 1790 had a median age of 50 compared with 56 today One of the largest herds of elk lives in the Jackson Hole country of northwest Wyoming ARE YOU GOING TO BUY AN AUTOMATIC WASHER? IE SO COULD YOU SPARE 20 MINUTES TO SEE ONE THE INEST WASHERSINACTION? A A A A OR YOUR TIME WITHOUT OBLIGATION WE WILL GIVE YOU A NICE PYREX DISH REE Style Lite Venetian Blinds ASK OR A DEMONSTRATION POLLEY urn and Linoleum Co 204 Highland Perry McGee urn Co 20 West Main Phone 1639 VUl MOST PROMISING TECHNOLOGICAL Eight years ago the electrical elec tronics industry was a $6 billion busi ness Today its annual rate is about $16 billion and there is every indication that this figure will be in the $30 billion category in the next ten years The industry doubled in the past decade and will double again by 1965 No other industry will grow that fast within a decade The electrical elec tronics industry has been described truly as most promising technological In the years to come electric power and the processes and products which depend upon electricity as their life blood will become more and more firmly anintegral part of ourjdaily lives The is currently using electricity at the rate of more than 400 billion kilo watt hours annually and the consump tion is growing steadily Predictions are that the use of electricity will double in the decade and may well reach a trillion kilowatt hours by 1970 Through the ingenuity and effort of your neighbors who work at Sylvania we are constantly finding new and better ways to put electricity and electronica to work for everyone in the home commerce the Armed orces These local people are keeping an eye to the future assuring constant prog ress in the years ahead SYLVANIA SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC 1 RADIO TUBE DIVISION SHAWNEE OKLAHOMA LIGHTING RADIO ELECTRONICS TELEVISION ATOMIC BNERGY.

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