Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 245, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 18, 1940 Page: 3 of 6
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TUESDAY. JUNE. 1*. 1540.
BAPULPA HERALD, 5APULPA, OKLAHOMA
FAYE REECE DUNLAP, Editor
• SOCIAL CALKNDAB *
• Junior Auxiliary to the Legion •
* picnic at the city park
* Alpha Zeta chapter. Beta Sigma *
• Phi p'cnlc at the municipal paik *
• League ot Women Voters study *
• gruip meets 10 o'clock in the art *
• ga lery
* Susanna Wesley class St Paul *
• Methodist church 9 o'clock break- •
• lust home ot Mrs C. E Davis. •
• assistant hostesses Mrs J. A *
* Rankin Mrs. Nona Johnson and *
• Mrs H L Simpson
• BrtCgettes entertained by Mis. •
• Oecrge Beach
* DOC club meets with Mrs. *
* Hurve LaFaller
* Baptist Women’s Missionary •
• circles, Josephine Scaggs circle *
• meets with Mrs C F Sanaiifer; *
• Ann Judson circle one o'clock *
• covered dish luncheon at the *
• church; Earl Hester circle with *
• Mrs Edwin Jones; Lottie Moon •
• circle with Mrs John Young ’
* Rosalie Mills Applety clrc e with *
* Mrs. Maude Langfoid
• First Methodist Guild breaklast •
* at 8 30 at the city park
• Saint Paul Methodist Mission- *
• ary society one o'c'oek covered *
* dish luncheon at the church Mis •
♦ J E Miles. Mrs. O R Rule. Mrs •
* A R Grlgor Mrs J F Trone, •
• Mrs. Hunter and Mrs O B *
* Pickett hostesses
* Thursday club entertained by •
* Mrs Brooke Thrift
* Ace of Clubs meets with Mrs *
* Roy Paiker.
* Mrs W C Young hostess to *
* Variety club.
* Younj Matrons Bible clacs Flist *
* Baptist church breakfast at 6 30 *
* at Dixieland park, hostesses Mis. •
• Viola Legg Mrs. Ethel Groover •
• and Mrs Wiley Adams.
• W B A picnic meeting 10 30 *
• home of Rosalie Mars, 316 South *
* T. E. L. class First Baptist -
• church social meeting with Mis. *
* C. L. Scott, assistant hostesses *
♦ Mrs Cora Lackey and Mrs Maude 0
* Brodie. *
* Violet study Cub meets with •
* Mis. Joe Gambill.
• Berean Service group. First •
• Christian church, picnic at city *
• Past Matrons club one c clock *
♦ covered dish luncheon at Kiefer
• Masonic temple. Kiefer past mat- *
* rons hostesses •
• W B A Jugs meet 8 o’clock *
* with Miss Rosalie Mars. *
Y. W. C A. Board
Met Last Night.
The Y W C. A board met last
evening in the oflices for their regu-
lar meeting the last until the second
Monday night in September
Routine business was conducted and
theie was some discussion about the
annual Girl Reset ves summer camp
♦ ♦ *
Miss Baibara Katz left yesterday
tor a several weeks visit In the north-
tin and northeastern states before
she Joins her fathtr. Lester Katz who
will fce in New York the latter part
♦ ♦ ♦
Met Last Night.
Tile American Legion Auxiliary met
st the Legion hut last night at eight
c'clock for a business meeting
P an* were made to help the Leg-
ionnaires In preparation for their
slag party tomorrow night and there
v.as some discussion on the attend-
ance ol Dimple Lowry to the girls'
elate at Norman in August
Announcement was made that the
organizations here, responsible for the
ixippy sale this yp*»i. had received
national citation for the great num-
ber of poppies sold. The Legion and
Veterans of Foreign Wars with their
auxiliary units, cooperated in the sale
■Hie sale this year, it was stated,
had brought In much more than dur-
ing any of tne past years.
A birthday luncheon will be held
at the next meeting of the auxiliary.
July 1 All past piesldents will be
hostesses and will preside over tables
which will be decorated for each
of the twelve months There arc
eleven past presidents here and Mrs.
Harry Greenbeig. president new. will
preside over the twelfth table. Each
ol the members will be seated at the
tube designated for their birthday
Received by P T. A.
Mrs J T Crow, president last
year ol the Jefferson P T A or- i
jaiuzation was notilled this morning |
that the unit had been awarded the J
extra superior rating over any unit in
the state, tor this work during the
The unit will be presented with a
illation at the state convention next
year lot tills rating
♦ ♦ ♦
Fur Son Yesterday.
Mis. \ L Se t entertained a group
of small children with a blrthdav
parly fur her young daughter. Joyce
Lee, or. her third anniversary from
two until lour o'clock yesterday atter-
nuou in the home of Mrs D L. Kog-
buig, 1032 East Jones
Mrs. Fosburg was assisted by Mrs.
£.-lf In enleitabling and serving de-
licious refreshments. Balloons were
given to the tiny guests as favors.
Many lovely gifts were received by
the honoree and an afternoon of
games was enjoyed.
The guests were John Ed Thomp-
son. Phil Riggli. Chnrles and Ronny
Wilson. David Howard. Barbara Groff.
Baibara and Shirley Early. Peggy and
Janice Wa lace. Janise and Katlieryn
PheirUl. Not ma Jean Wilson. Paul
Ray Rush. Lola Anil Walling. Sue
Hostetter and these mothers Mrs
Ted Sherrill, Mrs O. L Rush. Mrs '
H L Rush. Mrs Hershal Husteiter.
Mr«. Lawrence Wilson. Mis Woodrow
Wallace. Mrs. Howard Groff tend Mrs
♦ ♦ ♦
V. F. tV. Auxiliary
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
auxtllaiy will meet tonight at 7:.!U
o'c'ock In the V. F. W hall.
♦ ♦ ♦
Ri turned Home
Doiothy Natfeh returned home last
night from a two weeks’ visit with
relatives in Norman.
♦ ♦ ♦
Members of the executive commit-
tee of the Young Matrons' class ot
the First Baptist church, and the
cithers and group captains, were en-
teitainej in the home of Mrs Snow
Oswalt, northeast of the city, yester-
day afternoon at two o'clock lor their
regular business meeting and a social
After the business session games
were enjoyed with the prize going to
Mrs. Cai 1 Sherman.
Tire hostess served a delicious re-
freshment coi rse to Mrs Albert Co'ey,
Mrs. Mike Petteway. Mrs. Dewey
Riddle. Mrs. Fred vonGotton, Mrs.
Dewey McKinney, Mis. Carl Sherman,
Mrs J. H Johnson. Mrs Jot Raby,
Mrs Eel Walker, Mrs. Bob Biandon
and Mrs O E Reyburn
♦ ♦ e
Gi ed Cheer
C ub PI nir.
Members of the Good Cheer club
and their lamllies will enjoy a picnic
at Dixieland paik tomorrow atternoon
at seveh o'clock .
T1 r members will bring their
basket suppers. i
♦ ♦ ♦
The Young People's B T. U of the
North Ridgeway Baptist church, which
was recently organized, met last eve-
ning on the lawn at the home of
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Martin, 72b
Noilh Ridgeway, for a Gypsy party.
Delightful Gypsy games were en-
joyed throughout the evening and the
hosts served a delicious refreshment
course to Mr. and Mrs Herbert Riser,
Mr and Mrs. Bill Wood, Mr and
Mrs. Don Fosburg, Mr and Mrs
Ed Langley and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Carter, Mr and Mrs. Geo
Bro. k. Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Wal- |
lace and children, Mr and Mrs. J
Charles Ross and son, and guests. I
Rev. C W Turner, pastor, and. Mrs
Turner and these B Y P U direc-
tors, Mr and Mrs Roy M. Cairoll
ana Wuyne Carroll.
♦ ♦ ♦
(»n up Mrebi.
The Women's Service group of the
First Christian church will meet at
the church tomorrow afternoon at two
♦ ♦ ♦
To V* It
Miss Twila Carter will leave to-
morrow morning for a six weeks visit
with friends In Columbus, O.
Mr and Mrs Alva DeLong and
daughter. Bertha, and Mr and Mrs.
Lawrence DeLong und sou. Lawrence
Edward, returned home Sunday from
a week's trip to Cridersvllle. O. where
they visited Alva DeLongs brothers,
and Dayton. O, where they visited
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr and Mrs D H Wlnelnger. 1020
South Oklahoma announce the o.rth
of a daughter Sunday night.
♦ ♦ ♦
Senior V. U. A.
Gii x Meet
The Senior Y W A girls of the
First Baptist ciiuich met lust eve-
ning in the home of Miss Crystal
Wharton tor their regular meeting.
The nuel'ng was opened with a
ilsc.ss on of plans fer future ucilvlty
of the organization and Miss Wharton
was lntioduced as program chair-
man Tlie theme wus "Firm Friend-
liness With America.”
Reports were given by Miss Imo-
gene Rainwater on "Latin America;*'
"Brazil" by Miss June Weaver; 'Chile''
by Miss Baibettu Perry, and "Ur»-
giay" by Miss Thelma Nicholson The
program closed with group singing
A delicious refreshment course was
served to Miss Pi-: ry. Miss Weaver,
Miss Nicholson, Miss Rainwater. Miss
Betty Burdick M ss Betty Peacock.
Miss Barlara Jem Johnson, M ss
Mary Jo Kiltie. Miss Helen Williams.
Miss Reba Ruth Jackson Mis T J
Perry, the sponsor, and thiee guests.
Miss Luci'le West of Fort Worth.
Tex. and Miss Wilma Phillips and
Miss June Watson of Ada
The next meeting will be held in
two weeks with Miss Pirtle, hostess,
in the home of Miss Weaver.
♦ ♦ ♦
Si anna Wtdty
The Susanna Wesley class of the
Saint Paul's Metho.'ist church was
entertained with a del ghtful porch
paity and nine o’clock break ast at
the home of Mrs. C. E. Davis. 914
East Lee, this morning.
Assisting hostesses weie Mrs. J. A
Rankin. Mis H. L Simpson and
Mrs. Nona Johnson.
Twenty-eight members and one
guest. Mrs. C. E. Dean, were seated
at small tab es, with centerpieces of
lavender, luikspur and pink swee’
pers in small bud vases. Large bow's
and baskets of varied garden (lowers
were arranged In lovely profusion
around the living room and on the
The invocation was given by Mrs.
C J. Cavcner. aiuj immediately fol-
lowing the bn akfast Mrs Wood Ful-
ler, president, conducted a short busi-
ness meeting Mrs. Gertrude Boyksn.
finance chairman, gave her report
and Mrs. Oren Landrith and Mrs
Rankin announced the program num-
A pceni and prayer by Mrs Ben
Fturdivanf opened the program, fol-
owed by two accordion humbors,
"BeauUful Day" and "Strange En-
chantment" by Miss Carolyn Lbii-
ertth and Miss Bitty Daniel us
During the social hour. Mrs J W
Gilliam wtm the highest award f°r
her impersonation o! Kale Smith
in a contest conducted by the hos
losses for the Impersonation of movie
The meeting dosed with prayer by
Mrs O 13 Pickett No meetings will
be held duili.g July anc. Augi st and
the next meet ng Wilt be held in
♦ ♦ ♦
U. S. 1 Iclp in Brit iii
On l urlucgh.
Ft Date Janie*
rlends in this
lough. June 34
unny camp ut Fort
A. C. ROGERS
Kailiant ( bapti r
Covered IlLli Affair
The Radiant Cl.apt< r. O E 8 will
have a ipveied dish dinner at the
vlusontc temple ton ght at u 30 o'clock
fo’lowtd by an iult utlon service in
the blue lodge room at eight o'clock
All Eastern Stui members ate In-
vited to attend.
♦ ♦ ♦
Vis ting Here
From Kails is.
Mt and Mrs Bert Fields and son.
Warren Ca’rey, ol LlniAco.l Kars, re-
iurned hime th s morning aiter visit-
iii< Mrs. Field's parent:- Mr and Mrs.
'.rreci Reid neat Klefci and her sis-
ter Mrs Clarence Whiteside here,
T’'ey also virited Mi Fields' par-
ents in Tulsa beiore their return.
♦ ♦ ♦
VI Ring Here
Mr and Mrs Joe Jones, former
Sapi'lpans new living In Odin, 111. ar-
r.veci here Sunday to v sit their par-
ents. Mr and Mis. George Folger
mat Kteter, and Mr. and Mrs L. F.
Junes here, for a fortnight.
They were accompanied here by
Miss Elmeda Hegd of Maumee, O..
also a former Eapu'pan. who will visit
j datives and friends
♦ ♦ ♦
I • ft For
I lin is.
Mrs. Jennie Goode, mother of Mrs
R O Bailey, left this morning with
her grandson. Jchn Willard and Mrs
Willaid ot Tulsa. for a trip to s^veial
points in Illinois.
They will visit Mrs. Goode's sons.
Rav and Emery Goode and their
lamllies in Wood River. 11 and her
daughter. Mrs. Edward Barnstible at
TayloivlUe. 111., returning by way of
Kansas City, Mo, for a visit with
another daughtei, Mrs James H
Thev will be away about ten days
Club To Meet.
Ttie Amo American club will meet
tomorrow evening at seven o'clock
In the home ol Miss Virginia Maish
316 Soulli Poplar
All members are urged to attend.
| peace court °f K- H Bolder and'
pleaded not guilty.
Pre tminaiy hearing was set for
July 2, at 2 o’clock p. m . with bond
| fixid at 31 000 each.
ARRAIGN BAIR FOR LARCENY
DeOraffenreld and Paul
Frank Bush. 21. and Maxine Ruth
Nolan. 18. both of Sapulpu colored;
Frank Qlnnis, 26. and Mildred Bul-
Scott charged with larc.ny of the I'oc'1' ^ b01*1 Sapulpa.
car of Wesley Oage. Saturday night. ' "
,were ariutgned today in Justice of Old Dftoer* to* mi* at Herald offlc#
To aid In defending England
against German Invasion, Charles
Sweeney, uncle of the American-
born golf star, Robert Sweeney,
has completed formation o( the
first unit of an American-manned
mechanized defense force In lam-
don. The unit is composed of 40
armored troop cars.
Miss Elizabeth Carter left this
morning for her home *n Los Angeles,
Cal'fotnin. atter spending her vaca-
tion here with her parents. Mr and
Mrs. W S Caiter.
I She is a nurse in the White Mem-
orial hospital at Los Angeles
♦ ♦ ♦
A'tented Bus lion
Howard Ciow ’eft yesterday for
Durant, where he has accept ed a
position with the Stanollnd Gil Co
♦ ♦ ♦
1 Fiom Colorado.
j Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Starnes and
I son. Jim, of Denver. Colo , hi rived
J this morn lip for u visit with their
j sons, P ml and Bob Rodgers and
! their families here.
They Will go to Tennessee later to
! visit other relatives.
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2 cans 29c
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RED SALMON -3? 25c
Large 10c Rolls
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