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Shawnee News-Star from Shawnee, Oklahoma • 4

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Shawnee News-Stari
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Shawnee, Oklahoma
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Just Between Us Nancy Mr Snell and is a Watch for the opening of not the the Ymk AMtm The TUT club will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs Pettyjdhn 616 North Ione with Mrs Lenzie arris co host ess The meeting was previously planned at the home of Mrs Osterloh jr 621 West Midland Mr and Mrs Henson 517 West ord left Monday for Boulder Colo where they ex pect to spend two months They will be guests of Mrs mother Mrs Mae Wood Avde guest omci ora Dill! WUh Chim'wI WvrH la Chart SHOE DEPARTMENT 115 East Main Mrs Hugh Pierce her daugh ter Shirlev Jean and her moth er Mrs Bills 1125 North Market returned Saturday from a fortnight's visit at Opelika Ala where they were guests of Mrs niece Mrs Ocie ord and Mr ord CONGRESSIONAL MEETINGS By 1800 the congress of the United States had met in eight different cities: Philadelphia Bal timore Lancaster York Prince ton Annapolis Trenton and New York orning Mr and Mrs Harold Quinnett 18 West Eleventh are parents of a daughter bom Sunday at the ACH hospital the baby weighed 6 pounds 7'z ounces and has been named Darlene Louise Mr and Mrs Bill Jackson and son Billy Don 2215 North Chap man ana Tom Woods of Chandler spent the weekend with friends at the Stanolind Pine Island camp near Shreveport La The Halliburton Wives club will meet Wednesday at 2 in the homa of Mrs Jack Davies 308 West Eleventh Pollyanna gifts will be exchanged Mr and Mrs Vernon Hodges 616 South Market had as their guests the past week their the shape of things to come the most beauti ful advance shoes tn Shawnee are on the way! Soon you can choose from styles Be fore all by ra tionally known go timers ICHARI5 i omudow on KAUTT WITH COWOfT KAS GKOB iaMWlOK Mr and Mrs Earl Keys of Oklahoma City were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Park Wyatt 801 North Broadway Miss Pat Combs 426 South was the guest the past week of Mr and Mrs Duane Sweeney at Prague The Busy Workers club will meet with Mrs A 0 Cowan 1024 North Louisa Thursday at 1:30 captured by a highschool boy during an attempted simultane ous robbery of the two Stroud banks Mrs Margaret Williamson of Wanette is the guest of her son and daughter in law Mr and Mrs Riley Williamson 1604 North Broadway Mr arid Mrs Underwood 311 South McKinley have chosen Linda Kay as the name of their 5 pound ounce daughter born Saturday at the Shawnee hospital A daughter weighing 6 pounds 12 ounces was bom to Mr and Mrs Peck 132 Eouth Eden Sunday at the Baxter hospital The condition of Mrs Knappenberger who has been seriously ill for the past three weeks was reported unchanged Monday Mrs Knappenberger is the mother ot Mrs ings 1301 East Ninth Health Calendar or This Week TUESDAY oodhandlers examinations WEDNESDAY Morning Maeomb medical child health conference THURSDAY Morning Earlsboro Negro medical child health confer ence Afternoon Earlsboro white medical child health conference Saint Louis nurs ing child health conference RIDAY Afternoon Maud medical child health conference SATURDAY Morning general clinic Almeta Ruth is the name chosen by Mr and Mrs Clarence Woodrow Winsett 423 North Roosevelt for their daughter horn Saturday at the ACH hos pital The baby weighed 6 pounds 9 ounces To Whom It May oncern My Personal Service to Yom in Shawnee Mondays Thursdays Saturdays at the Petroleum Building 116 Bell To Report Society News Call 8 to 11 a and I to 3 o'clock pm Saturdays I to II MRS EARL BAKER Society Editor Miss Earline Brown of lotte was the overnight Sunday of her grandmother Mrs Maude Brown 232 North Okla homa By NANCY MOTTRAM Nancy: Recently a boy I seen In two years visited me and although we live some distance apart he wanted to renew our old friendship Td broken off with him almwt three years ago and for the past year have been going steady with someone else Both of them are wonderful boys but the one Tm dating now is carefree and not very ambitious while my wrious and bent on being successful I a senior tn But 1 have to The cause of the majority of human ills can be located with the ray Why be in Phone 166 OR APPOINTMENT Dr Ruth Payton dc tt Iwn hi kim sm ns art esu cosmetics in Parity) REE DEMONSTRATIONS Call Mrs Nancr Mltrbell far appalntmanta rhtnt MM 4M If Brer YOU CAN RENT A INE NEW PIANO Yea! Your chHsI Cori now have a piano oyeo if there Is no Jenkins store hi your town or if yon live in the country Now for the first time you may rent fine new pkna of Jenkins for only S1O A MONTH plus smell dreyepe charge which is extremely rca sonable under our new COUNTRY RENTAL PLAN Cail or write today for futl particulars AM MAR TIM MMH Jenkins Music Co mi CmHswae Hmm Mod ma wttfmut abAfeHM perttwUn WHEREVER YOU LIVE (In Jenkins Territory) Mr and Mrs King Entertain Guests Mr and Mrs A King 309 East Ridgewood had as their guests Sunday Mrs Bill Miller of Little Rock Ark their son Orville King and their daughter Mrs Price both of Shawnee Mrs Miller is an old friend of the Kings and a former neighbor in Monrovia Calif Mrs enn REAVES 0 rr HOME PLANNERS! SCALE MODEL of Dream un to put tottothorl ullrolor 3 dirneoloo model of bmrw featured tn RKO movit hit PLUS Sketch Plana Book with floor plana out aid elmlram dcortin( hint Alao colored iandwap plan Helpful guWato ail whe plan to Ijuud or buy 3 Si whh hx top horn Atl SSAN Mall Kalla Co bapc SI4 UM Creak Mlah Russell Landons Hosts to Group Of Old riends Mr and Mrs Russell Landon were hosts at an informal and unusually delightful affair at their home 1310 East Ninth Sunday at 2 when they entertained a group of out of town guests the group including a number of former Shawnee girls friends of the hostess 1 The rooms were decorated witn a profusion of sweet peas and roses and refreshments of home made ice cream and cake were served Among the guests were Mr and Mrs Kent Jones and son Dickie of Ponca City Mrs Parrett and children Charles and Judy of San Angelo Texas Mr and Mrs Jap Boyd and chil dren Charles Ann and Beverly of Bristow Mr and Mrs Ray mond Vincent and son Mike Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wiggins Mrs Paul McCowan and children Phil and Gary Miss Glenda Snellings and Mrs John Long all of Okla homa City: Miss June Snellings of Little Rock Ark Mrs Ver non Malahy of Tulsa Mr and Mrs Ulis Clem Shawnee Rev rirhip Clem Wichita Kan and Mrs A Stewart and sons Gene and Don Miss Iva Cherry Miss Anthon Height Mr and Mrs Hugh Brown jr and children Billy and A Charles Lee Mr and Mrs Rus sell Landon and sons Richard and Bobby Mrs Lee Newsom formerly Miss ern James was unable to be present but called from her home at Okmulgee Mrs Kent Jones was formerly Miss Doris Stearns Mrs Parrett is the former Miss Marcia Snellings Mrs Jap Boyd was Miss leta Peebels Mrs Ray mond Vincent was Miss Etta Dedmon Mrs Kenneth Wiggins was Miss Mabel oreaker Mrs Paul McCowan is the former Miss Opal Deatherage Mrs John Long was Miss Nancy Clem Mrs Vernon Malahy was Miss Bernice Clem Mrs Hugh Brown jr was Miss Lorene Lee Mrs Russell Landon is the former Miss Irene Lee and Mrs A Stewart was Miss Lucy Lyday Mrs Green and Daughter Entertain at Dinner Mrs red Green and daughter Miss Thelma Green 2106 North Kickapoo entertained with a 6 o'clock dinner at their home Saturday evening Guests were Mr and Mrs Glenn Green and daughter Wanda Lou of Atoka Miss Hil dred Wolsey Santa Paula Calif Lafa Brown of Ventura Calif and Miss Nina Gardner of Shaw nee The Glenn Greens former Shawnee residents will spend the remaining week of their two week vacation at the home of his mother Mrs red Green Mrs Green will have as her guests Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ben Hunter Shawnee route 1 Mrs Hunter's sister Mrs Mary Purden of California and Mr and Mrs Glenn Green and daugh ter 'or zttOKa ivirs ruiuvn sister in law of the hostess City Women Return rom Tennessee Visit Mrs Maude Brown 232 North Oklahoma and Mrs Pearl Young blood 426 North Tucker return ed Saturday from a vacation spent at Savannah and Adamsville Tenn At Savannah they were guests in the homes of Miss Alma Aber nathy and brothers Harve and Andrew Abernathy Mr and Mrs Hardin Harrison Mr and Mrs Arthur Blunt Mr and Mrs Ma lone McDaniel and daughter Nannie Jo and Mrs Emma Counce At Adamsville they vis ited Mr and Mrs Noah Caperton and son Wilbur They also vis ited the Shiloh National Military park at Pittsburg Landing Tenn Mr and Mrs Phillips Hosts at Reunion Mr and Mrs Phillips and little son Billy 217 South Draper were hosts at a family reunion and dinner Sunday at Boy Scout park In attendance were Mrs Phil mother Mrs Sarah Walker Shawnee Mr and Mrs Joe Walker and Mr and Mrs Ernest Motley and children Donna Jean and Bobby Macomb rank Wal ker and daughter Mrs rances Baggett of Long Beach Calif Mrs Betty Birdsell and little daughter Pamelita of Maud Mr and Mrs Walsh and Mr and Mrs Ed Madden and children Thiel Kay Vicky Lynn and Suzanne of Norman Miss Jackie Shipman Shawnee and Clyde Walker of Pearson I Shawnee (Okla) News Star Tuesday August 24 1948 By LOUISSA WRIGHT STROUD (Special) Tor the first time in many moons the annual Sac and ox Indian coun cil will assemble at the original Oklahoma home of this colorful Great Lakes area tribe August 28 when the 1948 summer pow wow will meet at Stroud first Oklahoma home of the Sac and ox and birthplace of Jim Thorpe famous Indian athlete Don Whistler of Norman prin cipal cljief of the Sac and ox will preside over the official council in the Stroud highschool auditorium Saturday August 28 at 2 Beginning at 8 the same day an Indian dancing festival and dancing contest will take place on the Stroud Bill world champion dance team of Shawnee wib oe featured but competition for cash prizes in the dancing con tests will be open to all Indians Three contest divisions have been set up including senior war dancer junior war dancer aqd woman dancer According to Stroud Chamber of Commerce officials reserved seats around the dancing scene are to be provided free to all Indian spectators White soecta tors will be accomodated in the football stadium which faces the dance area Willy Wiles a colorful old time Sac and ox will act as master of ceremonies at the time of the dance and contestants from a 100 mile radius are expected and invited to attend the affair Located in old Oklahoma but within two miles of the Creek Nation Stroud history of the turn of the century affords some in teresting stories of the meeting of the red and the early white settler Now advertised as the road of America" and truly a progressive little city Stroud was once more famous for its coholic refueling station for much of the Creek Nation It was at Stroud thatthe famous outlaw Henry Starr was shot and Group Vacations At Arkansas Points Mrs Mae Leaton and daughter Miss Vashti Leaton 543 North Douglas Miss Edna Ruth Lip pert 422 West Eleventh and Mrs Ruth Warren 6ll North Union returned Saturday night from a week's vacation The group spent the week at ort Smith and Eureka Springs Ark XXX Group Attends SAE Rush Party At Oklahoma City Several members of Sigma Al pha Epsilon fraternity with their dates and other guests attended a fraternity rush party which was held at the Oklahoma City Golf and County club Saturday afternoon and evening A stag party was enjoyed at the club from 3 to 6 with swimming and golf providing en tertainment A dinner at Bev erlv's followed rom 9 to I o'clock the mem bers entertained their dates with dancing on the terrace at the Country club In the group from Shawnee were Don Moody Bill Pratt Wal lace Craig Bill Meazel Bob Kum ler Don Grimes Midshipman Bill Dickerson naval academy Annapolis Md Tom Irby John Mark Goode Hope Misses Marjorie Pratt Mary Joy Craig Mary Meazel and Beverly Carr of Oklahoma City Shawnee Group Leaves On Trip to Denver Mrs Wallace 900 North Kickapoo and Mrs Irlene Dick erson and sons Midshipman Dickerson of the Naval academy Annapolis Md and Jack Dickerson 19 East Severn left Monday morning for a visit at Denver Colo Mrs Wallace will join her hus band who is at Denver and re turn with him to Shawnee Mrs Dickerson and sons expect to en joy a brief visit with Mr and Mrs A Carpenter at Roswell enroute home Mrs Dickerson and son Jack Gillia Wood and Russell Thomp son returned Sunday night after spending a few days at Houston Texas where Mrs Dickerson and Jack visited her aunt Mrs Sam Cook and uncle Lee Cook while looking for a room and board for Jack who will enrol at Rice in stitute Houston this fall The other boys attended the amateur radio convention at Houston Midshipman Dick erson expects to leave September 3 to return to the Naval academy XXX Mrs Roush Hostess To Weekend Guests Mrs Mav Roush 516 North Market had as her guests over the weekend Mr and Mrs How ard Roush and daughter Dottie of Duncan Mrs Roush also had as her guests for a week's visit her daughter Mrs Combs and sons Larry and Donnie of Mid west Citv Mrs Combs and Mrs 1 Roush visited Mrs broth er and sister in law Mr and Mrs Claud Heath at riona Texas and also her nephew and niece Rev and Mrs Harvey Hudnall at Plainview Texas Mr and Mrs Morris Entertain Guests Mr and Mrs Rannie Morris 312 North Market had as their guests riday Mrs Morris' sister Mrs A Spencer of Wewoka and daughter Miss Nadine Spencer of Tulsa Miss Spencer a graduate of Shawnee highschool is now sec retary for the American Associa tion of Petroleum Geologists at Tulsa Home Rites Unite Miss Shipp and Hubert Brown Miss Betty Jean Shipp daugh ter of Mr and Mrs A Shipp 306 South Lindell became the bride of Hubert Brown son of Mr and Mrs Brown sr 126 North Pesotum riday Aug ust 20 at 8 in the home of the parents Rev Oscar Moore read the marriage vows Mrs James Dean sister of the bride was matron of honor and Don Brown brother of the bride groom was best man The bride chose a royal blue suit with black accessories and a corsage of white carnations The matron of honor wore a rose suit and corsage of white carnations Both the mother of the bride and the mother of the bridegroom wore corsages of white carna tions and boutonnieres of similar flowers were worn by the men of the wedding An informal reception followed the ceremony After the bride had cut the first slice of the three tiered wedding cake Miss Aleva Neal served the cake and Mrs James Dean poured punch Out of town guests at the wed ding jwere Mr and Mrs Jimmie Owen Miss June Owen Miss Janet Owen Donnie Owen Den zel Marshall and Tommy Johns all of Oklahoma City Mrs Brown was graduated from Shawnee highschool with the class of 1948 and Mr Brown is a member of the class of 1947 He is now employed by the Shan non eed company The couple will reside in Shaw nee XXX Buffet Dinner Honors Mr and Mrs Golden Mr and Mrs David' Sutherland and Mr and Mrs Jimmv Moore entertained with a buffet wed ding dinner Sunday at 4 at the office of the and Amusement company 1201 East Highland in honor of Mr and Mrs Harry Golden who were married August 5 at Gainesville Texas Mrs Golden was formerly Mrs Ruth Rhodes owner of the Wide Awake cafe on North Kickapoo Mr Golden is an employe of the and Amusement company Mr and Mrs Golden were pre sented by the company with a silver coffee service Among those present were the honorees Miss ave O'Dell Te cumseh: Messrs Carl and Bill Coley Tecumseh Johnny Town send Ted Hibbens Jack Camp bell of Harrah Mr and Mrs Sutherland and son David jr and Mr and Mrs Jimmy Moore XXX Mr and Mrs Blain Entertain at ish ry Mr and Mrs Earl Blain Shaw nee route 5 entertained with a fish fry and picnic lunch at their home Sunday in honor of lo' Cash jr who recently received his discharge from the army The afternoon was passed with fishing and in conversation Lat er homemade ice cream and watermelon were served Those present were Mr and Mrs A McMullen Miss Mary Pearl Bentley and Miss Patt Cash all of Oklahoma City loyd Cash jr Mrs loyd Cash sr and Mrs Margie McMullen Guests in the afternoon were Mrs Clifford Long and Mr and Mrs John Lawson XXX Immanuel WMU Will Have Business Meeting The Woman's Missionary union of the Immanuel Baptist church will hold a business meeting at the church today at 2 The Westbrook circle will pre sent the missionary program on Mrs Myers stewardship chairman will give the devotional Mrs A Ratliff WMU presi dent will be charge ot business meeting nephew and niece Claude Wayne and Anita Pat Magee of Semi nole They returned home Sun day evening with their parents Mr and Mrs Wayne Magee and brother Douglas Magee A son weighing pounds was born to Mr and Mrs Eugene Lawrence Dowell Macomb route 1 at the ACH hospital Monday Mr and Mrs Osterloh sr of Muskogee arrived Monday to be guests for several days of their son and daughter in law Mr and Mrs Osterloh jr 621 West Midland Burley Smiths Arrive rom Gillette Wyo Mr and Mrs Burley Smith and little son Burley jr have arrived from Gillette Wyo and are visit ing Mrs parents Mr and Mrs Branson Davis 1935 North Beard Mr Smith expects to enrol at the University of Oklahoma this year to work on his degree in pe troleum engineering He holds an A degree in geology from Col gate university Hamilton XXX Mrs Ida Burrows Honoree ot Dinner Honoring Mrs Ida Burrows on her birth anniversary a group of relatives entertained with a din ner Sunday at noon at the home of her son and daughter in law Mr and Mrs Percy Burrows on West Dewey The table was centered with a three tiered cake bearing the in scription Birthday The cake was a gift from the grandson Earl Burrows The dinner was served buffet style Seasonal garden flowers decorated the rooms The honoree was presented with a shower of gifts and cards of greeting Those attending were the hon oree Messrs and Mesdames Percy Burrows and children Earl Johnny Katie rances arid Raymond orrest Burrows of Stratford Eathel Burrows and children Edwin Sue and Vincent of Drumright Roy Burrows Raymond Burrows and children Jan and Judy Alpha Burrows and children jean jerry Charles and Nancy and Ernest Burrows James Burrows of Wichita Kan and Mrs Kate Jenkins XXX University Circles Td Meet This Morning Circles of the Woman's Mission ary union of the University Bap tist church will meet today at 9 a for mission study Jent circle will meet in 'the home of Mrs Douglas Williajn son Village building 2( apartment 7 Rosalie Mills circle with Mrs Alldredge 214 West Rosa and Johnson Beddoe circle in the educational building at the church lXX Mr and Mrs Kisor Have Weekend Guests Mr and Mrs Kisor 2216 North Aydelotte had as their weekend guests Mr niece Mrs Spud Stapleton Mr Staple ton and son Tommy of Balti more Md Mr Stapleton who is in the coast guard is being transferred to Walla Walla Mich Also a guest at the Kisor home Sunday was Mrs Stapleton's father Rex Teele of El Reno Johnsons Cummingses Vacation in Minnesota Mr and Mrs A Cummings 23 East Severn and Mr and Mrs 1 Walter Johnson and daughter Miss Joan of South Beara re turned riday night from a va cation trip of three weeks in Min nesota The party spent two weeks at Leech Lake Walker Minn The other week was passed in sight seeing at Iake Itasca 'Hibbings and Ely Minn They took the North Shore drive up Lake Su perior returning to IJuluth They also enjoyed a boat trip on Lake Superior Returning they visit ed Red Wing and Rochester Minn XXX' amily Group Visits At Lockwood Mo Mr and Mrs Corrick 436 South Pennsylvania and Mr and Mrs Ray Corrick and son Carl David 319 South Minnesota spent the weekend with uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Corrick at Ixxrkwood Mo I They also visited their cousins Mr and Mrs Gerald Lucky at Lockwood Meeting Is Planned By Women's Council Tlie council of irst Christian church will meet in the church parlors Wednes day at 7:30 Circle our of which Mrs Earl Alden is president will have charge of the program Mrs Neely will give the devotional and Mrs Rowland will present the lesson Circle Seven of which Mrs Leo Sullivan is president will be hostess Mrs Neelv who is council president will conduct th busi ness meeting Potato Kidney Bean Pea Cottage Cheese Chicken ruit Prune Surprise Com bination Etc Licderkranz Roquefort New York Red Rind Old English Bier Brick Onion and Garlic Hickory Smoke Tangy Link Badger and Dutch Limburger Swiss Dandee Spread Maclaren's Imperhi RAGGS BARBECUE 124 Cut HifhlaM In the Hospitals BAXTER Patients admitted Monday were: Mrs Simmons 11214 East Main Mrs Jackson 917 East Main A Youngblood Tecumseh Mrs George Schwegman 424 North Pottenger Mrs yi Dacus Seminole Released were: Mrs Pete loyd 520 North Louisa Mrs Glenn riday 1011 Jeffer son Place ACH Admitted were: Mrs Kinnamon 1429 North Harrison Mrs Joble Daniels 1424 North McKinley Bryant 29 East Severn Diana Riddle Seminole route 3 Mrs James Relephord LM7 East Tenth Mrs Eugene Dowell Macomb route 1 Barnett 132 North Harri son Harvey Drake 42644 North Broadway Mrs Kenneth Ayers 212 North Beard Those released were: Joe Ray 524 South Kickapoo Anthony Montikas Aldridge hotel i Mrs Jackson Wewoka Mrs A Malsbury 1713 North Beard Mrs rank Casteel 230 North Market Lane Seminole CITY Patients admitted were: Bob Laster 326 North Philadel phia Turner 825 East Eleventh Mrs Bell Krueger Earlsbord route 1 Mrs Cleo Youngblood Earls boro route 1 I Mrs Eugene Smith 810 East Seymour Linda Clifford route 3 Tessa May Bizzle Macomb Johnny Butler Dale Mary rances Gretice 417 South Pottenger Cecili Brady 30544 East Main red and lora oster route 2 Mrs Ruby Harmon Tecumseh route 3 Naomi Curtis Earlsboro route 1 Released were: Mrs Underwood and daughter 311 South McKinley Mrs Mamie Spencer 310 West Main Loma Rader Tecumseh Mrs Coley Macomb route 2 Mrs Ros Corban 420 South Beard John Gibson Tecumseh rout 2 Mrs Coffin and son route 2 Euane Louise Permetter Earls boro Cecili Brady 30544 East Main Betty Bowman 935 North Union Mrs Peyton Outland 142 South Eden Johnny Butler Dale ANCY CLOCKS The art was applied to making clocks orna mental as well as useful until the 17th century rance was the first country ty manufacture fan cy timepieces A new method of purifying water and removing both acid and alkali chemicals in th am treat ment uses synthetic resins which swap harmless portions of anoth er substance for the unwanted impurities in the water The process called exchange pAn' fZnn One of New York most fabulous figures roP un is jIrg (Betty) Henderson 71 At a birthday party for her mother Mrs Henderson sticks up rank (Bring Back Alive) Buck with a champagne bottle Last year sne posed for a shot at the opera ex friend is serious and bent on being successful highschool and am entering college in the fait make a choice between them and I know how to choose Will you help Since be going away from home to at tend college in the fall the choice you make affect your future too seriously be getting an education and meeting new people and although you may eventually decide on one of these lads for always your choice should be based on the one you like the best and want to date before you travel off to school You predict the future for either of the two but since be gaining new friendships for years to come the question of the later success of these two boys shouldn be too important ip your choice Nancy: I am always the one to apologize first In any ouarrel between me and my friend She just refuses to talk or to be friendly until I make the first move and I think it fair I like to stay mad and she can hold a grudge for weeks so the same thing over and over again How can I get this situation on a more 50 50 riendships mean a thing unless both parties are willing to forget their pride and make compromises for its sake A long lasting friendship is much more important than a five minute quarrel The next time one of those squabbles starts unless it definitely is your fault wait and see if ready to come to you But if her pride is stronger than her liking for you spend your time with other fnends until willing to go half and half on this responsibility Nancy: A boy of my own age whom I know has been calling me for some time now I Invited him over to my house one evening but he only stayed a little while and didn call again until about a week ago I want to go out with him but I said anything and he keeps calling How can I tell him that not interested without being You can regulate your dates' but not your telephone so you always be when he calls If you want to carry on conversations with him simply tell him that you can talk because busy without going into detail It may take a few days before it becomes clear that being but firm about not seeing him and then the phone calk will dwindle until they disappear Nancy will help you with your problems Write her care of this newspaper Sac and ox Tribesmen Ready for Pow wow GT' 1 III A A JOB TOR IJKVifflONAU I I NATIONAL CLEANERS UR STORAGE I I uiiiriiinaaeii I I (III I niw uri 112 North Rroadwv PhAfl 40' A WMNNK I A A x6 rrr 1 TCTrevagJ 1 MLTTJL dl A If City Briefs I.

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