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Shawnee News-Star from Shawnee, Oklahoma • 2

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Shawnee News-Stari
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Deaths Skawnad (Okla) NewwStar ThunJay Nov tT 1S4T Tecumseh Officers Elected Now Hnnnrc Edward Stanford 13eeK ixew nonors stanfo gov West 520 East WE RAME PICTURES OKLAHOMA BAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY 12 East Main Phone 64 4 MERCURY MIKE SAYS: nSL Remember Oklahoma university students will be home for a four day holi day beginning Wednesday night Mrs I Brundege returned home Monday from Cleabourne Ohio where she visited her sister and drove a new car home children will present a program The public is invited Although final tabulations on junior class play ticket sales are not complete Mrs Woods TUBE CHECKING SERVICE We hope you enjoy a Happy Holiday Bring your portable along or bring the tubes from any model radio give them a profes sional check up Mrs Sam Morris has had as her guest her sister Mrs Young of Kiowa Mrs Morris' granddaughter Karen Harp who has lived with her for four years has gone to live with her mother Mrs Leo Stones of Norman After freezing desserts or other foods turn the temperature 'con trol back half way to normal po sition to hold until served 1 LABOR PARTY WINS GRAVESEND England Great ruling labor party won a narrow victory Wednes day in Gravesend's parliamen tary by election which had been bitterly fought as a test of gov ernment strength among the tightly rationed English voters Complete returns of the record vote early riday gave Laborite Sir Richard Acland 24692 votes to 23017 for conservative party Three Pottawatomie county men have been accepted by the navy and sent to San Diego naval training station ACMM Lee A Gilliam local recruiter reported They were Bobby Scott Kim brough and Glenn William King Shawnee and Noil Landers Tecumseh route 1 Dutch riend Sends Bulbs to Doctor Raley Dr John Raley president of Oklahoma Baptist university has received a box of flower bulbs from a man he met in Holland during the summer he was in Europe for the Baptist World alliance The gift included 30 narcissus 40 Darwin tulip and 20 crocus bulbs Doctor Raley said his friend suffered greatly during the Ger man occupation and that neces sary papers to bring him to America had beep filled out The man may be given a position as gardener on the OBU campus he said chitins nmm itthtih mn cwthu RC KUMLEB 'Manager Shawnee Division Prairie View school district 55 raised $109 at its pie supper Tues day night A total of 29 pies was auctioned making an average cost of over $3 per pie The ex pensive eatables were auctioned and consumed to raise funds for the community Christmas party December 19 Only course of its kind in the United States Japanese writing is offered by the University of Oklahoma extension division The course is written by Howard Van Zandt By Government HELSINKI (Pi innish eminent members said Wednes day they had decided upon tain to settle a strike by 40000 civil servants which threat ened the domestic economy with paralysis and severed almost every communication between inland and the outer world The only trains moving Wednes day were carrying reparations to Russia and essential foodstuffs The strike presented new diffi culties to the country already be set with the twin problems of in flation and the meeting of repara tions payments under terms of the peace treaty Premier Mauno Pekkala whose leftwing socialist union A party merged with the communists to form the democratic union warn ed the strikers they' risked loss of their jobs by their action He said the strike constituted direct action against the: parliament and gov ernment A government communique broadcast by radio Wednesday night said the government would not reopen negotiations with the strikers on a wage increase com promise offered Tuesday by par liament which the strikers re fused Despite the strike the gov ernment can continue to function the communique added The American Legion auxiliary of the Hill Huett post had its reg ular monthly meeting Tuesday night This was postponed from last week The president Mrs Gassa way announced that the home talent play which the auxiliary will sponsor for rehabilitation work will be presented January 15 and 16 Among the Christmas activities planned were the sending of a Christmas box to the boy at the Legion home school at Ponca City Mrs Grimwood Butler Mrs A Miles and Mrs Huett were named as a commit tee to take donations from mem bers to purchase his gifts Mem bers and others are urged to put their packages for the for Yanks Who and for the gift shop in the boxes at drug and Drinkwater's department stores at once A Christmas party is also planned for their families for the December meeting Mrs Akin guest speaker talked on the American Anviliarnr Mnonc in KTo CLOSED All Day THANKSGIVING He declared that after the war two types of peace proposals sprang tip one and the other The latter he added did not respect the sovereignty of nations and wras designed to establish favored positions for some larger powers Molotov said this created arid would lead in turn to a World He then charged the Western powers with trying to prevent the economic survival of Germany because they feared competition on world markets and at the same time with revitalizing only those parts of Germany which could provide a war potential Marshall replied to change that the United States was seeking to delay a German peace treaty and explained Austrian treaty is not comparable in importance for the peace of Europe to the German peace This debate was followed by swift agreement on the order of the agenda The Austrian treaty was passed to the deputies and the council agreed to take up today the subject of procedure for a German peace treaty This will be followed by discussion on German economic and poli tical unity which was urged as top topic by Marshall The council in adopting the proposal on the Austrian treaty named four deputies who will study the issues involved main ly definition of German assets in Austria and report back by December 2 Palferson Wayland MOTOR CO Lincoln Mercury Sales and Service 113 Beard Phone 2727 Irma Lee Bender daughter of Mr and Mrs Phil Bender 400 South Draper is one of 12 stu dents selected on the list at the Oklahoma Col lege for Women Chickasha A graduate of Shawnee high school she is now a Senior at OCW Among her many activities are presidency of Echo Sa social club senior representative to student council and vice president of Wesley oundation The following county residents are now enrolled at the Oklahoma A and xollege records show: James Burrows jr Richard Martin Elmer Eugene Radford all of Asher Robert Lempges Paul Rooker Robert Rook er Lyle Shingleton all of Mc Loud and Curtis Patton John Brown Winifred Brown all of Dale The MY of the Methodist church held its regular party of the month Tuesday evening in the church basement The rooms pre sented a festive appearance in autumn shades of balloons and braided crepe paper Rev Ralph Patterson and Louise Marrs had charge of games with Jean Guilliams directing the musical games Highlight of the party was when John Earl Stice and Jean Guilliams were awarded prizes for making and modelling the best hats Prizes were also won by Bill Timmons June Tuck er James Gilmore and Bill Smith The colors yellow and white were carried out in the table dec orations and refreshments The centerpiece was a low arrange ment of large yellow Mrs Bill Smith Betsy Rader and Jean Guililams presided and served the 25 members and guests Rev and Mrs Ralph Patterson were special guests Plans for the party were made by Mrs Max Timmons and Mrs Bill Smith ree Phone 4540 Prescription Cosmetics and Toiletries Camera and Photographic Supplies STAUER'S DRUG Jas Stauffer Owner Abo Pickle Phar James Bell of Oklahoma City former Tecumseh boy came Tuesday night and received his degree in the (Masonic) lodge No 69 in a spe cial meeting Mr and Mrs Robert Shepherd and son Bobby will spend Thanksgiving day in Wewoka with his mother Mrs Carrie Shepherd OKLAHOMA ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO Mrs Carroll lived in Shawnee from 1900 to 1905 when she moved to Oklahoma City and later to California She it tur vived by a daughter Mrs Claude Evans of San Bernardino and her husband The couple returned to Shaw nee for the services Accidents are the greatest killer of young people between the ages of two and 28 years They are almbst three times as deadly as tuberculous in the 15 to 19 age group alone Big Hollywood Movie Makers Are Dismissed Dnmnnlr Tom McDerm KomantiC ott member of the Barter Theater cast to pre sent and the Man" at municipal auditorium Saturday at 2:30 and 9 went from stock to radio to Broadway to Virginia and the Barter com pany He plays romantic leads primarily an assignment for which he is eminently qualified bv his' talent and good looks His Broadway appearances have included that in with Katharine Cor nelk In the Hospitals CITY HOSPITAL Admitted were: Mrs Oscar inney 23 Is Main Charles Calvin' Laster North Broadway Barbara McKey 1135 Eleventh Discharged were: Mrs Bill Copeland Macomb route 2 Mrs Brown Aldridge hotel Mrs loyd and daughter 1218 East Tenth Mrs Samuel Harris and son Meeker Mrs Green and son 120 West Elizabeth ACH Patients admitted were: Mrs Alfred Graham 828 North Union Mrs Rosie Holland Bell Calif Mrs Jack Roselius Tecum seh Patients dismissed were: Mrs Alfred Graham 828 North Union John Phillips 1902 North Phila delphia Mrs Gertrude Cartmill Wal ters The girls 4 club of Barnard school met Monday afternoon at the school Miss Lorenc ranklin assistant county agent gave the regular home demonstration les son as outlined in Manuel for the Victory first and second year groups Also present at the meeting were Miss Amanda Bunch county home demonstrator Mrs Henry Nisbett Mrs Max Timmons and leaders Miss Ruby Counts and Miss Neal teachers The 4 group also met with Jack Herron assistant coun ty agent who has charge of the activities Mrs Osie Keisling teacher at Willow View school nine miles west and two miles south of Te cumseh says the pie supper which was to have been held last riday night will be this riday night Proceeds will be used for the community Christmas tree School Committal Rites Will Be riday Committal sendees for the ash es of Mrs Jooephiaa Carrail 76 who died at her home is San Bernardino Calif January 1 1947 will ne hekj at tha air view cemetery riday riend are asked to meet at the Gaskill chapel at 16 a tn to go to the cemetery services to gether Rev Owen Gragg will of LACQUER YOUR LINOLEUM CLEAR as GLASS Use Lacquer and have no stains on your linoleum Resists dirt and grease DKlisb 1JN UNE HOUR Actors to Appear Here Saturday Get 'Rave' Reviews The Barter Theater players who will present George Bernard Shaw's comedy and the Man" here Saturday in the mu nicipal auditorium have received press notices throughout the country The Cincinnati Enquirer print ed: "George Bernard Shaw's and the received the best of treatment from Baiter players his wile and wit brought forth by a lively cast The Barter Theater may have had its start swapping theater for produce but it is professionalism at its Kate Smith called it won derful job of taking the theater to the Wrote the Indianapolis Star re viewer: campaign to de centralize the drama now rather firmly rooted in New York was carried to a new high for this state this week The Barter The ater of Virginia took away from New York an important experi ment to restore the legitimate stage as a vital force in American culture There were no stars in the cast of and the Man' and none were needed The play ers formed an ensemble of gem like Among Thanksgiving holiday visitors in town is Mrs Standard of Huntington Ore here to spend two or three weeks with her mother Mrs Ida Har mon 2262 "North Park Mrs: Standard formerly Mrs Winnie Rogers moved to Oregon a few months ago following her mar riage She is enthusiastic about the climate and scenic beauty of the Northwest for Biai Remember Thanksgiving at Remember the lordly turkey crisp and brown richly lined with two kinds of stuffing? Remember the gravy too good for a and the mountain of mashed potatoes crowned by a crater of melted butter? Remember the vegetables from own pre serve and the flaky hot and the pumpkin pies freckled with nutmeg? x' Remember Thanksgiving at Getting that dinner was a task No watchful electric oven to brown the bird to toothsome perfection no electric mixer to foam the mashed potatoes to airy lightness no home freezer to capture the green goodness of vegetables at their flavor peak No faithful electric clock to mark the passing hours no electric switch to flood the table with gay light no washing machine to chum up suds for the damask no vacuum cleaner to whisk up crumbs Yes and no time saving dishwasher either Remember "Thanksgiving at Grandma remembers! Marjory Miller Oklahonu Bap tist university freshman from Houston Texas was reported good condition" at the city hospi tal Wednesday night Mim Miller was taken to the hospital Tues day from the university infirmary with an infected hand co director ecUmated the money would amount to about enough to cover junior senior ac tivity expenses A special Thanksgiving assem bly was held Wednesday at the Shawnee junior highschool Sev eral holiday songs were sung and Rev Grady Nanney Univer sity Baptist church cave the principal address CaaL Naw Mnnnre Edward Stanford 13 the son of MreeK ixew nonors and Mrs Stanford of Dale and his Angus calf "Kingfish" entered with three others in the In ternational Livestock exposition at Chicago Nov 29 to December 6 was the Angus champion of the 1947 American Royal Livestock show at Kansas City He is a May yearling bred by A Smith of Noble Edward is the first Pottawatomie county stockman to exhibit in the International He is a member of Dale uture anners of America chapter Other state points to be represented at Chicago are ort Cobb Garber Clinton Chickasha Lawton and Garfield county By MRS HEY The Tecumseh chapter Rebekah lodge No 72 had initiation of new members and election of offi cers Tuesday night at the regular meeting Mrs Tom O'Neal pre sided Mrs Cliff Carpenter Mrs Barton Marv Ellen Barnard and Mary Martha razier were initi ated sip RaV jnond Wilson noble grand Mrs Dutton vice grand Mrs Rose reeman secretary and Mrs Ruth Bizzell treasurer The lodge sponsoring the Stamps quartet at the municipal auditorium December 11 with the Sroceeds going towards sponsor ig a "Teen After the business meeting a social hour was had and refresh ments served to 22 members and two guests by the hospitality committee The Business Women's circle of the irst Baptist church met Tues day night at the south annex for regular meeting and Thanksgiving dinner After the dinner a short business meeting was held with the president Dealie McBride presiding Violet Rogers Bible study lead er led the lesson from the seventh chapter of Acts Members present were Misses Mary and Mildred Crow Violet Rogers Ruby and Dealie McBride Helen Whittali Johnnie and Lois oster Mrs Berneice Crow and the counselor Mrs A Wood Auxiliary Means to Me maxing her talk of special interest to the new members present New members were introduced and welcomed into the organiza tion Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting HOLLYWOOD RKQ stu dio announced Wednoaday night the dismissal of Producer Adrian Scott and Director Edward Dmy trjk two of the 10 film execu tives who were cited in contempt of house of representatives conmittee for refusing to state whether or not they were com miuusts It was the first overt result of the decision of a group of major film executives in New York Tuesday to dismiss the 10 ad judged in contempt of the commit tee for refusing to answer the direct question whether they were communist party members Both Scott and Dmytryk are regarded as top men in the industry and are in the $3000 to $5000 week ly salary bracket Scott produced and Dmytryk directed re cent film "Cross an expose of antisemitism which attracted wide attention Scott issued the following statement in behalf of himself and Dmytryk: "We have received our dismis sal notices from RKO We believe that the courts will uphold our stand on principle which we now reaffirm a footnote to the perversion of justice history will record the temporary triumph of John Ran kin of Mississippi who in the halls of congress brought the cita tion debate to an end with a cal culated anti semitic reference "History will further record that a great many members of congress to their everlasting shame laughed and applauded "We the producer and director of a picture which opposes the degrading practice of anti Semitism feel that will stand as testament of our Americanism long after Rank in and Thomas are At Washington Attorney George Morris ay said that he will turn over to a District of Columbia grand jury probably next week the contempt citations voted by the house against the 10 ay conferred briefly with the accused lawyers who asked him not to seek indictments He informed reporters later that he would accept briefs from the law yers but added: have already told Attorney General Clark that I will give the case immediate and priority con USSR (Continued from Page One) rench oreign Minister Georges Bidault said he did not think remarks contrib uted to Big our harmony Molotov charged that the Wes tern powers were blocking a German peace treaty imperialis tically seeking to enslave small nations and trying to tear down the German economy to avoid competition and build up the German war potential innish Strike To Bring Action lAfl pO Paint and Wallpaper VV 1 120 North Broadway WE DELIVER BILL BEAR DRUG or Prescription Emergency Call 2335 or 1636 HAY EVER AGONY Well Known Druggist Certifies Medicine Sleepless nights tormenting days caused by agonizing Hay fever symptoms may now be ban ished forever Sniffling sneezing and burning eyes demand use of expectorant as powerful as PO TAS A RAS No ugly costly gadgets nor injections needed Some have reported results as tounding amazing unbelievable No matter' what treatments have failed you before no matter how discouraged come get our recom mendation Victims who had ag ony just like yours today enjoy ease and comfort for the first time in years Banish the dread of pollen time Get POTASARAS today Use Only as Sold here exclusively bv Richards Drug Stores Pat Read will be featured at the 9 a assembly December 5 at the Shawnee junior highschool Shay Hunt principal announced Wednesday Read will tell of his experiences in the old west and of the ancient customs of some of the 50 differ ent tribes of Indians he has vis ited Also on display will be his collection of Indian items rang ing from war bonnets to peace pipes Music at the annual Salvation Army board meeting January 10 in the Aldridge ballroom will be furnished by the Chicago 32 piece staff band famed religious musicians Chester Hope will be installed as the 1948 SA board president taking the gavel from Harry A Smith current board president Capt Pat Cathcart said Three neighbors living in adja cent homes on North Draper street shared a birthday Wednesday The three are Mrs Tatom 115 North Draper Mrs Bill Lov ell 111 North Draper and Mrs Pat Proffer 109 North Draper ireplace ashes should be kept level with the andirons to pro vide a bed for glowingg charcoal which will yield steady heat and help ignite new logs as they are added Usual and Unusual 7 Wkr tuual ar uunt to yw neirhberkeed! WaM Itta a nhona calk editorial departaaest 42M after 1pm Payne 1938 Wert Dewey nephew of famed Boomer leader in the attempted settlement tf Oklahoma before the opening got quite a kick out of a writing in the airmount (Ind) News the other day The col umnist pointed out the interest ing features of airmount which happens to be the Shawnee birthplace He referred to it "as the most interesting spot in seven states" and pointed to it as the birthplace of "the man who took Oklahoma away from the Indians in "and stake out Oklahoma City four times" The house lo cated six miles southeast of air mount also is where Payne was bom Payne who came here in 1906 well remembers his uncle hav ing a vivid impression' of the giant physique and mag netic personality Mrs Emma Welch 830 South Broadway is a niece of David Payne I Rebekah Lodge Meets New Lu 1 30 iSiif I dll' il I I I The COOKE Co maker of "Window Pride" VENETIAN BUNDS Sellers of Armstrong's Asphalt Tile Inlaid Linoleum Vp I 2fWisi)imng 5 KJ MWxuwrT Ninth and Louisa Phone 1707 a Sr k' a I a MERCURY MIKE SAYS:.

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