Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 103, Ed. 1 Friday, January 3, 1936 Page: 3 of 8
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SAPULPA HERALD, SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA
FAYE REECE DUNLAP. EM*.
• SOCIAL f SIRWOAR
• Altniiauc club iw<ts with Mrs
• F. A Burdick tor covered di>h
• Mrs O. T. Hult hostess to
• Priscilla club.
• Susanna Wesley class. South
• MetbodMt church, party with Mrs.
• C. T McAllister, assistant hostess-
• cs Mrs Ira Edridge. Mrs Otis
• Rule and Mr J. 3 Carter
• Ace High Bridge club enter-
• t.uned by Mrs George Pickering.
Band And Orchestra
.Mothers Ts Meet.
The Band and Orchestra Mothers
ilub will hold a specuU iwueti t“-
merrow at cne-thtrty in the home ol
Mrs O V Smith. 1011 East L*e
avenue All mothers ol band, orches-
tra and drum corn* members are re-
quested to bt present
♦ ♦ ♦
A group ol Iriends came together
by invitation last t vetting in the home
of Mr and Mrs Clyde Greham. 1421
East McKinley avenue, ho norm,: Mr
and Mrs. Albert Snell whose marriage
was an interesting nuptial event ol
Mr and Mrs Graham and Mrs o
Housden were hosts to the following
Mr. and Mrs Dave P»e*ve Miv. Vir-
ginia Houaden Miss Nellie Hve Mrs
Baker. Mrs. Fred Riner. Mi Rosa
Campbell, Mrs Pinkston Mr. Keck
Mrs Brown. Mrs. Oillmor. Mrs
Morris. Miss Carrie Mind. Mr- I L
Hayes. Mrs Stroup Mrs Hayter K> x
Harry Rogers. Miaaes Luda Jene and
Leua' Mae Housden Elmeda Pierce.
June Graham Clyde Graham jr j
Belt* Baker. Junior Riner and the (
honor guests. Mr. and Mis. Snell ^
Lovely gifts were presented to the j
bridal pair during the evening Mrs j
Snell is the former Mn-s Aimed j .
j Royal The Wedding took place at I
i The home of Re' Rogers, pastor ot
the AasemWy o. God church, who
performed the reretnonv
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs P. E La nun lias returned trom
Denver wh-re she spent a fortnight
with her son and daughter-m-law
Mr and Mrs Paul Hammucher. form-
♦ ♦ ♦
f ARMER St STAINED BROKEN ,
Ml K BIT DIDN'T KNOW IT. [
HULBERT. Okla . Jan 3 IIP)— !
James Halt. 89 Chcrokt <* county j
farmer, today was w-aring a lieavy
leather collar to hold his broken
He was in j ix ed shortly before
Thanksgiving bit did not know be
had broken thnse vcit-brae in his
neck until a few days ago when
l.rclcnged hczdacti-s and paui- cau.scJ |
Old papers for aaie at Herald office. ‘ luir. to »e* a phywcun
AN AMAZING ACHIEVEMENT
IN PERMANENT WAVING!
LOVELIEST OF ALL
Keeping abreast with modern methods. we introduie the new Murle
lo our instonirrs who want the best.
FEATlRES: Waves any hair-dved. bleached. ("V cr difluult hair.
Especially fine fir white hair. Revitalizes the hair with < ontinaouv
<ondolltd moist steam. No dry heat—no cl'emieals. Oil treatment
aud permanent in tne operation . . Requires less time and affords
greater tomfott ... No eleetrie healers on the head, no dangerous
chemical* to create steam. HiRIE is SAIE—no possible injury to
MRS. WADE’S BEAUTY SHOP
Hl'NSEC KER'S MEZZANINE
STARTS TOMORROW at MORTON SHOE STORE
JANUARY CLEAN-UP OF
Broken Line Fall & Winter Footwear
REAL BARGAINS! (CLEAN
Women s Galoshes and
Overshoes. Sizes to >*/2.
Whole table full
to clean up at... .
Regardless of cost - tig
table of children s
felt house shoes go at
Over 200 pair of
$3.50 shoes for
Regular *3 SB
values ridui ed
to clean up in
MORTO N SHOE & DEPT. STORE
122-124 EAST DEWEY
. imc a
i :.a O YoAn
tt* ol the Sunday school anu }
unhestra of the Presbyterian j
and the director. E P. Baa- j
re entertained at dinner last
at ux-thirty ut the 0t James |
were laid for thirty-ftwe!
additional guesto: I
^peakman. Sundav school
and Mrs Speakman
Git O Yoing. superintendent of
the Vt-tike-uilarmedlate department.
Mr*., Young. Mrs t P Baxter
and K>v muf Mrs c D Todd
I:iipr>n.i>Ui’»pwU»n by Rev Todd.
Mr Young Mr Speekman and Mr,
Battdr wert given with response by
Bobby Mr Masters on'behalf of the
♦ ♦ ♦
Bt other Heir.
Mrs.iElla AmotU of Deinlng. N M.
is visiting here with her brother and
wife. Mr. imd Mrs W H Bonham.
♦ ♦ ♦
Wed In Okmulgee.
J L loid. S3. Sapulpa, and Mrs
Lenina Alexander 34. Born ton. were
marrtetl Tuesday night at Okmulgee
by Jgstite of tiie pence H D. Reed
♦ ♦ ♦
Sundai si huol
A ua<t'ii» o. the Presbyterian Sun-
day sc. ool council will be held in the
basement of the church tonight fol-
lowing a tun an
* v ♦ ♦ ♦
Glen Hud ©1 Chciokce arrived last |
evening to hr the house gue.-t oi
Miss Marianna Blunk for several days.
Miss Flunk and her guest will re-
turn to I.nid Sunday wliere both are
attending PhUHps university.
♦ ♦ ♦
An iv(d Last Nlghl
For Week End Stay.
Mb Amo Cunningham ol Fayette-
ville, Mo, arrived last night for a
week end visit with her sinter, Mrs.
B L Spruill and Mr Spruill
♦ ♦ ♦
The Happy Hour club will meet
with Mrs n m Harton Tuesday
afternoon at two o'clock in her home
on South Park street
♦ ♦ B
'Mj Junior N Y P S. of t.ie
fi <• church w as en.erta.n* ti oy
;ois Mi.aa.sslsted by Mis*
ColTVY. <* Tuesday afternoon
(two until tour thirty In the
of the former
end contests precede U«IU
.menus' setved to the following:
LoA i>pt! Bi ly .Jantes Davis,
Fern Kaylor Dorothy Mae
Zette Lou Kiw;. Lucilc and
Murphy. Donald Murphy. Bet-
#tef. Wand* Lynn and
DoritiBita T.n- McVay. Lahoina and
Ruth Ev-ivn Crow. B O. and Kaith
Pagan. Erma! Collina. Donna Lo^i .
Warren. Roy Lee Wrcschc. Lcbron
Walker and Phyllis Ann Trammell i
♦ ♦ ♦
The Thursday Quilting ejub met
yesterday in the home of Mrs A L
Catlett for a one o'clock covered dish 1
luncheon and aliarooon of quilling '
The club AiUMneet again next week i
In the home of Mrs Catlett
♦ ♦ ♦
To Attend Funeral
Mr aixl Mia J. 1 Hi* and Mi
luuf Mr: Joint U DrL>2i< r will go to
Chelsea tinnoifB* 1© intend Ulr fu-
neral .of two cousins of Mr.v Mix. Ieo
Kevb. former Ho pulp* n. who tiled at
Lamar. Colo, and Mrs Oun.y libbs
ol Chhl.-e •
Tho Keys funtraf will be Iwld to-
innrtww moi nirat wiUi Inirial »' Adair
and iwrvlcrs for Mrs Tfblx. will be
iciiductcd at 01*1*'a tomorrow nftei-
noon v , >,
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs O. R
Shaffer who has bten
ccnfined to her honv by. lllny^ oc
th<* past ten jjays u Improved
f' #* A
t ' M IUMdUsM
OKLAHOMA SHOE SHOP
Rarely do you see street dress styfes of this superior quality
fabric and workmanship priced *so*low.; We. bouqht plenty,
beKewnq it.was our^duty.to.senre^aH 'our.customers if possible.
<TI»e Partems^are^Nt w* for'Sprin^-^^:A,
Geometric designs that^are^seldom found
in inexpensive dressesfrg*t7lan Unusual
series of Exciting Plaids
Polk-A-Dots^:.';.' Straight and ^Diagonal
Stripes* «^»^and^a^ ‘"Daisy” - in a Class
The* Sty les'wi 11 * appear to* yotT f or^ Af ter-T
noon Bridce7for the movies, for Enter*
taining at Home.VThey’re just that pretty:
-—you have to see them to believe them—<
the ten models pictured are sketched fronrf
Stock, Thirty-Two Distinct.Styles for^you
The Detailed Trimmings include Shirring
See Our 1 !
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Young, John W. Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 103, Ed. 1 Friday, January 3, 1936, newspaper, January 3, 1936; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1525015/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.