Sapulpa Daily Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 135, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 9, 1960 Page: 3 of 6
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I uf Mt.iy
Athenaeum Club - Mrs. C. 1.
Oakes. 402 South Poplar.
Parent-Child Psychology Club
— Mrs. Bob Chambers, 35 \V.
Mildred Conkwright circle —
Mrs. Hap Rainwater, 7lti South
Thakatria Club — 7 45 pm
Mrs. boh Basinger hostess in
American National Bank club
Delta Zeta chapter ESA — 8
p m. Mrs. Claude Masters, 700
Epsilon Epsilon chapter ESA
— Mrs. W. L. Jones, 1406 East
Eta Zeta chapter ESA — Mrs
Bill Burgess hostess. Lucy Smith
circle — 2 p m Mrs. Florence
Pratt, 1205 East Jackson.
First Baptist WMU circles -
1:30 p.m. Mary Jo McMurray,
Mrs. Mike Enos, 1432 East Pfen-
dler; Martha Tanner, Mrs. Joe
Casey, 134 S Hickory; Virginia
Miles, Mrs. Robert Patrick, 1216
East Fairview; Bessie Bell, Mrs.
A. L. Bradley, 1310 East Mclx-od;
Rebecca Sue, Mrs. George Ran
dolph, 420 North Boyd.
First Methodist WSCS — I p
n». dessert luncheon church din
ing room, preceded by chapel re-
treat at 12 40 p m.
Presbyterian Women’s Circles
— 1:30 p.m. Ruth. Mrs. E. L.
Morel; Martha, Mrs. Earle
Hermes; Esther, Mrs. W. C
Elliott; Rebecca circle 10 a m at
the church Mrs. Robert White
hostess; executive luncheon at
noon with Mrs. F. W. Pratt, 1228
East Fairview, Mrs. F. H. Cul-
pepper co-hostess; BPW circle
7 45 p.m. Mrs. Joe Gambill, 1037
Delta Rho chapter Beta Sigma
Phi — 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Sam Davis,
519 West McKinley.
Friendship club — l 30 p m.
Mrs. W. M. Wodward, 517 South
Woodmen Circle — 2 p.m. Mrs.
U. A. Pond, 225 West Dewey.
L. W. Martin, 520 South Park.
Naomi chapter Eastern Star —
7:30 p.m. Masonic hall.
Samaritan Class, First Baptist
church — 2 p.m. Mrs. James
McLaughlin, 308 South Elm,
WBA Auxiliary — 2 p m Odd
Postal Wives Auxiliary — Mrs
Wilson Cupps, 1407 East Thomp-
Canasta Dinner Club — Mr.
and Mrs. Mell Coley.
Churches — Parties — Organizations
fnterea M -<•!»* m*ti niattiw j j|,r otut? in Snjmifi*
Oklahoma, under an art o! March 3. 1897.
Sopulpo (Okia.) Herald, Tuesday, February 9, 1960—*Poge 3
ment table was an arrangement
of white flowers and greenery.
Cake and punch in green and
white, were served.
Guests were Mrs. Chester Hall,
Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Melvin Har-
kins, Mrs. Max Hilton, Miss
Carolyn Beaty, Miss Jill Dicker-
son, Miss Sandra Dufford, Miss
Jeanne Brown, Mrs. LeRoy
Chapman, Mrs. Clyde Plummer,
Mrs. John Harper, Mrs. Lamar
Stephenson, Mrs. Lee Cosby,
Miss Chapman, and the hostess.
Further courtesy paid to Miss
Chapman was a miscellaneous Cosby, Mrs. Opal Rivers and
CARD OF THANKS
Our heartfelt thanks to the
ladies of the Sacred Heart
Church and the nursing staff at
Bartlett Memorial Hospital dur-
ing the illness and death of J. W.
Kearney. For the beautiful ser-
vice. floral offerings and other
kindnesses, we are deeply grate-
Mary E Kearney and family
Judy Chapman, Bride Elect, Is
Complimented At Party Series
Miss Judy Chapman, whose Hendrix, Mrs
marriage to Eugene Plummer
will be an event of February 13,
has been complimented at a
number of pre-nuptial parties
since the announcement of the
Among the parties which haveifreshmonls table was cenK‘r,'(l
paid her courtesy was a personal b-v an arrangement ot red car-
nations and white mums, and a
bride doll centered the gift table
A brief musical program was
given by Lynn Luker. piano,
and Glenda Luker, vocal soloist.
Following is the guest list, Mrs.
Is Given For
Mrs. Ben Wright. Jr , 2017 South
Cedar, was assisted by Mrs.
Mrs. Leo Bruce, Mrs. George members of the Elizabeth class
Randolph, Mrs J A Riley, and <>f First Baptist church at a re
Mrs. Russell Beaty.
A valentine theme was accent-1
ed in table decorations. The re-
Manning. ijarrell Elmore
A BOY for T.Sgi and Mrs
John B O'Malley, lie was born
Ian 27 at Itazube, Japan, weigh-]
ing six pounds, 14 ounces and
lias been named James Patrick
Mrs. O'Malley is the lortner
Yaoma I/mg of Sapulpa
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
D. E O'Malley, Miami. Fla and
Mrs. Sylvia Long, Sapulpa.
% Couple Visits
I F rom Mllln.tlrf
lit .1 Mi and Mr:
Stillwater, were weekend guest?
of the former’s parents, Mr and
\li t W Martin, v.'ii South telle 1I3 West ib.f. ,.n Martin is
Park and his sister and brother .a senior in the electrical engineer*
m law. Mr and Mi J F Mar
mg school at O.xli
shower given by Miss Deanie
Hiltzman in the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Russell Lawson, 1036
Party appointments were in
green and white chosen by the I Jack WWttertonT Mrs' Clarence
br.de elect for her wedding williams> Mrs ELsie Burdick,
colors. Centerpiece at the refresh- Mrs , Woodruff, Mrs. Whit-
cent social meeting.
Mrs. II. R Cole, teacher, gave
the devolionals. Mrs. Wright con-
ducted the business meeting and
at the social hour there were
scriptural games in which Mrs.
John Gilliland, a guest, and Mrs.
Delbert Long won prizes.
A red and white floral center-
piece was on the refreshment
table and the Valentine theme
was expressed in the refreshment
Guests were Mrs. Gilliland. I’acauds Attend
Mrs. Jack Hall, Mrs. Richard Church Service
Buhl, and these members Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. .lint Paeaud and
II It Cole, Mrs. Otis Penning- children Mike and Pal attended
A GIRL for Capl and Mrs !
Daniel L. Criswell, Canal Zone.
Panama Her weight at birth
Feb. 4 was seven and one-half
pounds and she has been named
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Norman D. Criswell, 130 Fast
Jackson, South Heights, Sapulpa,
and Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Pena.
ney Martin, Paula Beaty. Mrs
William Cowden, Mrs. Beni
I hompson. Mis 1.1 Ik UiI.mmisJ (m Mrs jim MeReynolds, Mrs. I morning service at Christ Melho
rbwH-i I Lw Mre 'r i>'n > k! v ,oe Clark, Mrs. Harold Draeger.idist church in Tulsa Sunday
kendall, Miss Laura Smder. Mrs. ^S- Wayne Jameson. Mrs Del- where Mrs Paeaud s brother. I)r
1 cslici rt Mrs- Raymond Moore, I James Routsong. Tulsa, w as
I Mrs. Kenneth Marrs, Mrs J C. soloist. As part of Seoul week
Reed and the hostesses
Glen Luker, Sara
Mrs. C’lydq Plummer, Mrs
Robert Bruce, Mexico City, Mrs. I
Anna I-ec Wiley, Mrs. LeRoy Mrs. Red in Is
Chapman. Mrs Edna Chapman,
Mrs. Mildred Peace, Mrs. Edna
Strain, Mrs. C. W. Dickerson.
activities at the church Dr. Rout-
song sang "The Lord's Prayer,”
as his son Rodney, a Scout, in
Surgery Patient native Indian dress gave tin -1
Mrs. Alvin Hedin, 300 South Park, Prayer in the Indian sign
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shower given by a group of hos-
tesses in the basement dining
hall of First Baptist church.
Hostesses were Mrs. John Hoi-
lingshad, Mrs. Virginia Wildey.
Mrs. John Young, Mrs. Allen
Wallace. Mrs. Thelma Berryhill.
Mrs. Kenneth Ruhl, Mrs. Ben
underwent surgery Monday morn- language.
Mrs. John Jeffries, Mrs. Mary ing at Hilicrest hospital, Tulsa.
She is reported doing as well as
can be expected.
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Family Here For
Mr. and Mrs. D. B Jones. 314
West Cleveland, had as guests
for the weekend their daughter
and family. Rev. and Mrs
Kenneth Everett and daughter
Pamela, Tulsa, also their son and
wife. Rev. and Mrs. Donald B ]
Jones, Jr., Kansas City, Mo.
Rev. and Mrs. Everett and
Pamela left Tuesday for their
new home in Snider, Tex. where
Rev. Everett will be pastor of
Green Hills Baptist church. In
Tulsa his pastorate was the
Boulder Avenue Baptist church.
Give her the gift she expects —
Nothing says “I love you” like Flow-
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. , . potted plants, too.
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Weekend guests of Mr, and
Mrs. J. H A. Dumas. 910 East
Lincoln, and their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Baxter. Jr., 1211 East McKinley,
was their daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Harold Hayden, Phoenix, Ariz.
and her sister Mrs. Vonette
Moussa. Oklahoma City, also
Warner Hayden. Tulsa
Other visitors in the Dumas
home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Childress, Oklahoma City, and
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Coleman,
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101 South Main
How Robert Vietor
packs more activities
into “after-work” hours:
“I pick up the phone
and things get done.”
Roliert Vietor sets a busy pace of business and social activi-
ties. At work, he’s an electrician. OfT the job, he enjoys
do-it-yourself projects, takes part in church and social events,
hunts, bowls, and still has time to spend with his family. ,
He has help, though: his two home telephones. “They help
mp get a lot more things done,” he says. “I can call up five or
six people in the time it would take me to drive over and
“My phone calls are many and varied—they follow no partic-
ular pattern,” Mr. Vietor explains. “For instance, here are
just a few calls I made and received in one week.”
“Told a friend that I can’t help him put up gut-
tering on h*s porch Saturday. Have to work."
“Called the doctor about my wife, who hasn't
been feeling well. He said she should rest at
least two more days."
A friend called to invite us to his son s
birthday party next week
"Called a fellow I work with to see who s
driving tomorrow. He said he is ond will
pick me up ot the usual time."
’’Colled a friend to tell him we can't go
to the church party Friday night. Hope
we can attend next week's get together.”
"Phoned several guys to organize a bowling team.
Three out of four t colled said they'd bov.l.”
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Livermore, Edward K. Sapulpa Daily Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 135, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 9, 1960, newspaper, February 9, 1960; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1490165/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.