Sapulpa Daily Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 270, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1951 Page: 4 of 12
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SAPUuPA HERALD, 5APULPA, OKLAHOMA
It’RSDAY :ULV 1?, ’35T
Foy® Reece Dunlop, Editor - * - Phone ’HS
Editor'* Note:—Hum for the
wial rtlrndar should lie turned
tn ny 11 am. Saturday of the
week pircrdinr the scheduled
meeting. Neeeasary additions for
the calendar will not be made
later than noon Monday.
Headline tor Information for
the Sunday's women's page Is 11
a.m. Saturday, however, Items
turned In earlier can be given a
much better coverage Pictures
for the Sunday page must be In
the office by 1# a.m. Friday.
• Chnttergood club—Mrs. Em- '
• est Robbins
• Sooner Club—7:30 p. nv Mrs.
• Rose Miller, 507 S. Unden.
• Pythian Sisters—7:30 p m
• t Kill Fellows hall
KU club—7 30 p. m, Mrs
• Nell Fillmore, 432 H Cedar
t in rv Clinic
Oeorgianne Car|)enter, small
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ward
Carpenter, 602 H. Oak. ts a patient
at Curry cltnh she is offering
trom rheumutlr fever
F F F
| Morning (session
Maude Burtletl circle of First
Methodist Women's Society for
Christian Service, met at 9:80 a. m.
j Wednesday at the country home of
Mrs C K Mercer, northeast ot Hie
Af (el .i short Implies.' mill 11 n»
Mr HC Smelt/ei had elimre nl
Lite devotional: Ml W K. Pearce
| fin c an Interesting program
Refreshments were served to 11
The next meeting will be a
luncheon meeting at 11 a. m Aug.
15 In the home of Mrs. Leonard
Marsh, 316 S. Poplar.
F F F
Meets For Luncheon
Women's Council of First Chris-
tian church met yesterday for a
covered dish luncheon in the dining
room of the church.
Mrs C. H. Hartman gave the In-
vocation. A short business ses-
sion followed, presided over by Mrs.
Oeorge McMorrls, president. Rev.
Pearl Willis had charge of the de-
[. Mrs Harry Evans presented a
vocal selection. Mrs. Glenn Hunt,
a summer visitor from England,
was guest speaker on life In Eng-
land. Mrs J W Bayless gave the
F F F
TEL ( lass
TEL Class of North Ridgeway
Baptist church will meet tonight
In the home of Mrs. Lula Pool, 1410
E Line, at 8 p. in
Mrs William B Pawley of Bel-
volr House. Vu. umt Washington.
D. C., left yesterday for her home
after a week's visit here with her
mother, Mrs J F. Cadenhead, 1033
E Line, and Mrs. Floyd Coil, 602
F F F
Mrs. Preston .Stamps Was hostess
Wednesday morning in her home,
'205 E Jackson, to members of
Ella Jeter circle, N Ridgeway Bup-
Ust church. Mrs Stamps presided
over the session.
Mrs. Roy Carroll opened the ses-
sion with prayer and also conduct-
ed the lesson. Her theme was "Fol-
low Me", She was assisted by Mrs
Richard Pratt, Mrs. Stamps und
Mrs W. H Pratt, dosing with
Refreshments were served by the
hostess. The circle will meet Aug.
t with Mrs D. A Snyder In her
home, 815 N Ross.
A steak fry on the lawn at Mrs.
Mildred Bayouth's home entertain-
ed members of the Pilot Club
Tuesday evening In addition to
the club members one guest. Mrs.
Bayouth's mother, atended the
After the meal movies of club
activities entertained the group.
F F F
Dan Lawson Is spending the
summer at Worland, Wyo., where
he la employed as shooter for
Mountain Oeophyslcal company.
F ♦ ♦
Circles of First Baptist Women’s
Missionary Union met yesterday
afternoon for business sessions and
J Bible study.
Rosalie Mills Appleby circle met
.at 1:30 p.m. In the home of Mrs
Paul Snider, 1313 E. Perkins. Mrs.
J. H. Sommerfrucht, circle chair-
man, took charge of the business
meeting. Devottonals on commu-
nity missions were presented by
■Mrs G. A. Farris. During the busi-
ness meeting Mrs. Sommerfrucht
appointed Mrs. H. R. Cole and
Mrs. Carl Lindsey to a nominating
committee for next year's circle of-
ficers. Mrs. Cole taught the Bible
lesson from the book of Philemon.
Members present in addition to
those listed above were Mrs Earle
Howell, Mrs. J. R. Hughes, and Mrs.
Jay Holder. Next meeting will be
at 1:30 p.m. August 1 In the home
of Mrs. Holder, 209 N Birch.
Lottie Moon circle's meeting took
place at the same hour in the home
of Mrs. C. W. Swan, 318 E. Thomp-
son. Opening prayer was by Mrs.
Dora White. Mrs T. J. Reynolds
gave the devotionals from the 11th
I chapter Hebrews. The lesson front
the book "The Holy Spirit in Mis-
sions” was taught by Mrs. W P.
longmtre. Miss Vera Riggs gave
the closing prayer. Those listed
above and Miss Louella Lower at- ,
tended the meeting.
Mrs L. A. Gooden, 302 8. Water, |
was hostess to members of Earl
Hester circle at 130 p.m. In her
home. She presented the opening
prayer, and devotionals on com-
munity missions were given by Mrs.
J. R Henry. Mrs. John Young,
circle chairman, had charge of the
business meeting Present for the
meeting were those already named
and Mrs. Bill Owen, Mrs. Ted Mc-
Daniel. Mrs. Fred Hadad, one guest
Mrs. C. J. Metcalf. Next meeting,
on August 1 at 1:30 p.m. will take
place in Mrs. McDaniel's home 209
Mrs. Chester Miller, chairman of
Mary Webb circle, played host at j
the circle meeting held in her
home 1207 E. McKinley at 1:30 pjn.
She conducted the business meet-
ing Opening prayer was by Mrs.
Clay Bishop who also taught the
lesson from the book "Listen to the
Drums." Mrs. Tom Carter gave the
closing prayer Members present in
addition to the three already
named were MVs Russell Beatty.
Mrs Bill Wilson, Mrs. Paul Mason,
Mrs. A. L Bradley, und Mrs. Ben
Hendrix. Next meeting will be held
August 1. 1:30 p.m. with Mrs
Beatty 1109 E. McKinley
F F F
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Porter. 501
S. Adams, have as guests In their
home the former's sister and hus-
band, Mr. and Mrs. R. B Fox. and
children, Barbara and Bobby of Vel-
ma. Okla . jvho arrived Tuesday.
They are also visiting Mrs. Fox'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W K. Porter
of 1132 E. Hobson, and her sister
und brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Osgood Johnson. 1307 E Lincoln
Mr and Mrs. Ben Hendrix, 1419
E McKinley, have as guests their
son and wife. Lt. and Mrs Eugene
M Hendrix and daughter. Nancy,
who have been at Camp Pendleton.
Calif. for the past vear. Lt. Hen-
several years with the company
'Standard Oil». has been appointed!
materials coordinator for the whole
| republic of Colombia.....
The two families live Just four
blocks apart now and their chll-
dren are playmates. What Mrs
t year. Lt. Hen- Hands had always thought of as a
drix, U. S. Marine Corj*. has been trite American saying, has turned
put on in-active status. The couple | out to be a real truth . . . It’s a
will be moving back Into their old j small world after all!
home before long. ■ ■ - ■ —-
Pushing Her Around
can get out of the country and go to
Mrs Hauser’s husband, Hans, and
their infant son are now in the
South American country
Mrs. Hauser U now living tn a
highway tourist court.
Her property up for auction also
Includes two ranch mink coats, a
We're Telling You
—Or the Inside Hope
Down tows Bspulpa
Horse Racing May
Be Feature At
State Fair This Year
SPOKANE Wash., July 19 (U.R)— .
Virginia Hill Hauser says the gov- Pprsian lamb coftt' four mink
eminent can go right ahead and P*"1*- a sun tamP' kltchen
sell her property but just the same lr*s' women's clothing, baby cloth.
she thinks she's getting a 'push- bab>' crib- buKgy' bMlnel;te
ing around " training crtair alarm clock, fishing
Internal revenue officers Wednes- equipment, skis. 15 boxes of
July 19. (U.R) day announced they will auction off aoaP chlP?' .el*bt ro'ls “f
\ ' _ , ... ™ . . let paper. 10 trunks and seven suit-
fair may | Mrs. Hauser s $35,000 suburban
—The Oklahoma State fair may j Mrs. o ouwu. , rases
feature horse racing this fall for home and personal effects ranging |
the first time In 16 years, fair from mink coats to a .25 automatic
It was late April. 1951. Mariquinn manager C. O. Baker said today.
Hands and her husband. Vernon. ( Baker saul he has asked for es
__ . „ _ The spitting snake of South Afrt-
riie auction will take place Aug. 2-3. ca ejecUs a venomous spray from its
-------- . ------------- The government seized the prop- j mouth when irritated.
Sapulnans, with their three enn- timates lor construction of had- ertv eariier this month, claiming Neckties, formerly known as era*
ilren had arrived in Bogota, Colom- | docks and remodeling of barns „ ,j61 WK| , haok vats. first were worn extensively in
bta. to live only about three weeks Prominent race horse owners have ______ ' Europe, during the French revolu-
tion and were still living in a
hotel waiting to find residential
| Income taxes
“I don't owe that kind of money
been contacted and chances are
"better than 50-50" the Oklahoma, . . ..._
fair will return the king of sports a"d they're puehlng me around be- Centun,
One morning after Vernon de- this year, he said. cause of aU the publicity I ve ha£*-
Daiie.i lor the office the phone in The 45th annual fair will be held the red-haired star of the Ke* --
fheT suhe rang and a familiar Sept. 22 through Sept. 29 Fauver crime comm hearings. |
lone said Mariquinn? Hello! "1 Baker said entertainment fea- I dont want to flgrht the c»- • ^
Just like back home but Mariquinn tures have already been contracted want 10 glve them every hln*
didn’t know anyone there ‘she with the Royal American shows,
thought) The voice at the other Barnes & Carruthers Musical Com-
end of the line was Mrs. Otto Kra- edy producers. Thearle-Duffield
tion. The custom was borrowed front
the Croats, or Crabats, in the 17th
mer the former Alice Shutnard of Fireworks Co , and automobile rar-
fcSttpwei *— *“'* *”*~,*<i ing shows.
Sapulpa. The two had attended
(school here at the same time, and
j they hadn't seen each other for
years. In a place where the ma
Jority of the people speak Spanish,
just an English speaking voice was
a welcome sound but an old school
! friend was really a surprise-!
Both of the men work for the
same company . . Kramer has re-
cently been transferred there as a
1 gravltymeter man. . . and Hands,
who had been in Cairo, Egypt, for
Athletes Foot Germ
Alter one application of T-4-L
If not pleased your 40c back. This
“Old at 40.50,60?
— Man, You’re Crazy
Tonic TnUlVu tor Dep. Tim. vigor. >oan«<r IWMuj,
thta vary diy (lot Introductory or
mobile liquid PENETRATES faster.. PL. UT3S
If wood Is completely submerged quicker, deeper to make the kill.
T-4-L at any drug store. Today at u M dru, ,lor„ MrrT>llnf_in s,_
in water and kept that way at all
limes, it will not decay
O. L. Humes Drug
adv. pulpa. at Reel Drug.
Some Talk About Your Teeth „
I • MM * .
An Extra Special ^
Group 01 $5.95
Courteny It It) Kailio rieturta
To emphasize her sparkling white teeth, Movie Star Terry Moore
diooses a rosy lipstick that makes them look even lovelier.
By IIEI.FN FOLLETT Be fussy about the brush you
LET us consider this day the , the brUt|M should be set *la
effect that rosy lipstick has on , groUpS Brush up and down, send-
the appearance of the teeth. It jng bristles along the sides of
makes beautiful, white, highly-1 the teeth, then over the biting
polished ones look even lovelier. | surfaces. Put your dentifrice on
It makes discolored ones look adrybrush.Whenlthasbeendls-
worsc. A smile that reveals gleam- j tributed, use warm water freely,
ing rows of mouth pearls adds to j According to what the dentists
charm. When teeth are defective j tell us, teeth should be brushed
In any way there Is bound to be ' After each meal. The one at night
u certain amount of self-con-11* mast Important and should be
aclousncss. an effort to hide the I extra thorough,
damage done by lack of protec- Your Dentist Recommends
live care of teeth and gums. As for the cleansing agent you
Oral hygiene Is more Important use. there are numerous and var-
than some of the sisters realize, led types in the form of creams,
The mouth harbors many and i powders, lotions and pastes. Your
varied germs which, under eer-1 dentist may recommend a certain
tain circumstances, attack not kind which he may consider best
only the teeth and gums but the tor you.
throat and tonsils. That Is why a If particles of food lodge be-
germieldal or antiseptic lotion tween your teeth, use dental floss
should be swished about In the | to remove them. But take care
mouth after brushing This prac-! that you do not saw Into the
tlce keeps the tongue cleun and gums The slightest wound Is sub-
the breath sweet, as a rule. Iject to Infection.
Pretty summer ginghams
and chambrays in plaids
and stripes Short sleeve
and cap sleeve styles and a
few sunbocks Come in and
see the lovely colors and
the smart lines of these
frocks—look, too, at that
ond the Kings of Western Swing
Come Out and Enjoy Yourself.
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