Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 54, Ed. 1 Monday, November 4, 1946 Page: 4 of 10
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SAFULFA MtKALU, SAl'UL.t'A, UNUAnuiVIA
iviuixuai, txu v c.ivir»c.rv a, mo
• Emnnrm club mering. 7 :4.r>
• p.m with Mrs., Leo Bl.ike. 702
• Ecuth Independence street
• Lesion auxillaiy 1 o’clcck eov-
• ered dish luncheon at the hut.
• Mrs. C W Dean and Mrs G. C.
• Bowmap hostesses. Mrs C J
• Weyer, Mrs. Fred Virden and
• Mrs. Ben Grigsby hostesses.
• Tut-day Art. club meets 1:30
• p.m with Mrs Cecil (told
• Get-Togcthc r ?lub meets in
' the home of Mr Fio le Brown
• with Mrs. Woodward ol Kiefer
VFW auxiliary meet? 8 pm
• in VFW hall, hostesses Mrs
• Thelma McDaniel and Mrs. Ce-
• cil Rayburn.
• Woman's Society of Christian
• Service of Methodist church
program and social meeting at
• th4 home of Mrs. J A Rankin.
• assistant hostesses. Mrs Harold
• Clements, Mrs. Huber Hughes.
• Mrs. Lena Burns. Mrs. A. R
• Grigor, Mrs. W L. Cleveland r
• and Mrs. L. H Duckett
E!ma Irelan Missionary circle
• First Christian rhui ,’h meet s 1 '
• o'clock in thi home of Mrs T
• B Suttlemyre.
• Circle one, Presbyterian Wo-
• man's society meets 2 o'clock in
• the church, hostesses Mrs. R. b-
• ert McMasters Mrs. C B Pet- *
• ersen and Mrs Mary Huflt;
• circle two met ts In the home of •
• Mrs. Rey Heagy at 2 oclock •
• with Mrs W E. Bonham. Mrs.
' J F. Curry and Mrs. Lou Stuart
• Ace of Ciubs dessert bridge "
with Mrs C. E. Waite’.
• Ever Ready Sewing circle
• meets With Mrs. John Williams
■ of Kiefer.
• Geld Star Mothers club meets
• 2 p m at the legion hut.
• Parent-Child Psy ho logy dub •
• metis 2:15 with Mrs. Robert
tile same arrange- A »n«f M. *»»«.<*•*«
At IIfrm urn sumi.if
Glem Bra.lies, student
cr a*. . a if ot West Virginia
Funeral services, which will be
announced bj the Harrison Funeral
■ Sutton. Mrs. Lawrence Suttcn.
Mrs. John Whittle. Mrs. Don
Thompson. Mrs. F. W. Cooper. Mrs.
B E Ogg. Mrs. F. E. cC.tseiiburg,
Mrs Claude M. McPherson. Mrs
Jr Dunn. Mrs Doris Hicks, Miss
Elizabeth Howard, Mr- C E Kiefer.
Mrs Harcld Pollard. Mrs. Claytcn
Duckworth. Mrs. Dewey Kirby. Mrs.
J. W Howard
Mi Wilma Jean Wilson. Miss
Louis r Canterbury. Mrs. Clyde
Plummer. Mrs M. 1 Murphy. Mrs.
* ♦ ♦ | Glenn Bradley, student at the
Wdccnti Trig ► % j A anfl M colle*» Ft illwi.ter spent home, are incomplete at the pres-
T« Ha nans | tne Weekend tier; with hi. parents, cut time, but will be held at the
Mr and Mr- Carl Witte, aceom- Mr and Mrs R O Bradley, anil B( i Baptist church with burial
pained by the former's sister. Miss attended the Will Rcgers-Sapulpa at Biggs.
Luclle Witt, of Tulsa, drove to Sun- football game Friday night
flower. Kans., to spend the week end Among other A and M college -------
with Mr. and Mrs Witte's daughter student here over the weekend were
and son-in-law. Mi and Mrs. John Royce McDougal. son of Mr and
♦ Pollock, and baby son. Jr.hu Carl Mi.- J- A McDougal, H CJ Gilliam.
' Mrs. He ward Gilliam, and Bryce
(and Max Hickey, who spent the
leased immediately following treat
ment of brui«es mid scratches.
WOMAN HIT BY
Mr. Anna Blair who resides 31 _•
Are uf Clubs i weekend with thi .r parents, Mi and miles west of the city was given
Mrs. C. E. Waite will entertain Mrs. Bryce Ht‘key. ii iiieigencv treatment at the .’itv
♦ t ♦ h pi ml Saturday night after being
struck by an auto driven by Robert
4|l ONSET III IS III 1.1 XK * HONG KONG. Gfiin*
I INCOLN, Neb (UP* The <*uonset many rats mti.st Hong oKng that
—_ huts and shocks rented to UniversI- they are earing month's quota
ty ot Nebraska veteran students are of the yearly rice supply to the coy
ol dl r Nebraska de luxe afiin Tin "Huskerville cny, According to Dr, Waitei t.
stale institutions costs $17,000 a Project" beasts steam heat, hoi run- Ware, deputy director ol dedicu
-vear- ning water and hardwood doors. services.
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the Ace cf Clulis m a dessert bridge
Thursday in her home.
♦ ♦ ♦
C. M Mathew-on, Miss Mildred McReynolds Motor Co. is in Wil-
Jackson, Mi Claude Masters. Mrs
Guy L Berry, jr„ Mrs Malvina
Stivers and the honorce
M eliding Party I Scott wiio was absolved of blame
Mrs. Guy Berry, Jr., returned ln tlle accident.
, ______ ■ :■ from Enid where Ri'ixirfetllj Mi Blnli was crate-
E c i Cliffi Chastain ,un«..... ■■ •.!> wi > avenue »p-
cnastnin. superviscr pAre|!t, M, Mr. „ H Bl proximutely 20 feet west of the
During her stay there she serv- 1> wf avenue and Walnut sttreet
ed as matron cf Honor at the wed- intersection Saturday night at 9:2ft
of the service shop of the Johnson-
lowTUn. Mi'll, thi- week attending
a •'ourse in mechanics at the Kalsei
Frazer auto plnm.
ilii.g ot Miss Joan Young and Lt
Etuiirt Harper which was solemn-
ized at Enid.
rsiu was taken to the hospital by
ithe Harrison ambulance but was c*-
Spend Bay In
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brooks and
their grandson Charles Rutledge of , Carch n Janr. Mr and
Tulsa we.-, u, in.:.ham,. r,.v s»n. Mrfi- charles RlI»'.v. spent t.tc day
Mr and Mrs E. S Carlev. sr. and
Tulsa were in Oklahoma City Sun-
day to visit the former - sisters. Mrs
I H Hughes and Mr.- T F Sales-
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Claimed By Death
J B Talkington. 66. of Kiefer
died this morning about
in Seminole yesterday visiting m
the home of. Mr and Mrs. Bruce
Reeves and family
They were called by the illnes- ( 'clock it the local hospital,
of Mrs. Reeves, who they left much Mr. Talkington. an oil well pump-
improved. ^ jet urvived by the wife, Dorl
, ,, , * ▼ 1 "tie daughter. Mr. Hazel Lou:-;
s .1 pill |),l ( 1111 h
_ randson I? L Deen. of F rt Worth
Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs.
Ida ToothinaJi. Mr- Bell Park and
Mrs. Thomas B.
\ I- Ittaf i ilends
m . lui Jieon program Friday i Mr and Mrs Hobart R
b.'ie gave a delightful Thanksgiv- Jr., and son. David, are visiting
TO THE POLLS
20 or 603
Commissioner Dist. 1
with friends in Smith Center. Kans. Mrs Alice Braunan and a brother.
Wedding Shower For
Mr. and Mrs. Berg
A wedcUng shower wu given Sat- mMmij Circle'
urday evening for Mr. and Mrs
W.li.am Berg at the heme of the
bridegroom's mother. Mr.- Hester
Berg, 1100 North Tenth street
Tne bride, before her
Forest Park PT.V
Parent-Teacher association of the
Forest Park school w.ll meet Wed-
nesday at 2 p.m in the home of
Mrs. Chester Hall This will be a
very important meeting and all of-
ficers are asked to be present, ac-
cording to the announcement made
Tomorrow the Forest Park PTA
will serve hamburgers, doughnuts
and coffee all day at the school
uuilding which Ls used as a voting
I mriii.i Sunday
Mr.- Maude Bcwden arrived home
yesterday afternoon from Tampa.
Fla . where she spent a month's
vacation with her daughter and
son-in-law Mr and Mr L King
nraoeiia Norment missionary cir-
cle of Christian church will meet
marriage Wednesday at 2 pun with Mrs.
on Octooer 20 at Columbus Kans . Du"k' 200 Parli stree:
was Miss Marie Kevlon of Kiefer
Several games were played m
which paze.- went to Mrs. Gober.
w e Warner, Mrs
,.iu M.s Berg
Ma..y l.vely gifts were opened
.. t..e honoree's after which re-
i. e.-hments were served by Mrs
G oer, Mrs. Weaver. Virginia ou-
oeit and Lucille Berg
ihe guest iist follows:
- Warner and Viola Mr and
Mrs. Sam Gober. Mr and Mrs Abe
.-.-.htingale. Ronnie and Junior;
Mr. Grcss, Mr and Mr- Jim Wea-
ve .iwr a Mr- J V Bro:k. Mr
a..d M.s. Charles Bean. Mr. and
M.s. H mer Bearrick. Mr.- He.-ter
B.rg. Alfred. Melvin and Lucile,
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert and Virginia
Mr atid Mrs. Aarcn Hughe;- and
From Cal .01 nia
Mrs. Frank Stainbrook. jr. ar-
r.ved hrme Friday from a two weeks
tay l.i California visiting friends
who iormerly lived here.
Shi was tne house guest of Mr
and Mrs. William Cwens, at Pla-
centia and spent a day or two with
June Mayfield and K.rhenni Kelly
!; ’ 1 at Santa M mica
c-.ie also visited wit.h Mr and Mrs.
Lloyd Ja.k-on in Los Angeles and
Mr and Mrs. Willi.- Lir.d-ey in
cat .-l Los Angele.-
Norma Jean, Mr.
Scott and Editn
and Mr.- John street
Parent-Child ( lull
Ti Meet Friday
Parent-Child P-vchologv ~Iub will
meet Friday a: 2 15 in the hcn:e of
Mr Robert Cheek. 6o2 South Mam
Week! : gut t ..err in the home
of Mr and Mrs J D Berry, jr..
were the latter.- parents. Mr and
Mrs Neil Irby cf Oklahoma City,
whodreve down to bring Mrs Berry
Miscellaneous >hower Pays
It was ln pre-nuptial compliment
to Miss Virginia Stigen who;, ma:-
nage to Janus Harvey Mallory cf
this city will take place Nov. 9. that
Mr.- Lon T Jack-ci ailed friend bark from a visit there
♦ ♦ *
homi 723 South Oak reel for a >«uth Heights
mi-cellaneou.- gift shower. PTA Meeting
Autumn chry-anthemum- provid- S ith H' .ght PTA will hold its
rd the floral note for the‘room- in 1 rt. ilar nteetin Thursday afternoon
which the eue.-ts were received for , at 3 o'clock in the school building
informal game-_and the gift open- ! Mrs. Agnes Drewrv. director oi
The list of guests follows: Mrs
Carrie Drum Mr- Wayne Drum
Mrs. Charles Drum, Mrs. R p
M.Uhews. Mr- J C. Carnathan,
Mrs. Webster RiUng. Ml O R
Ramsey, Miss Joiimuc Boatright.
Mr. Agnes Jcwer. Mrs. Mell Co-
eiementary grades, will have charge
of the pr >_ram w.uch will begin 1
tiie study cour-e on The Family
Discover Itself." Her subject will
be "Anchors at Home"
The auction sale to have been
held Saturday by the organization,
was pu tponed becaase of the wea
ley. Mrs. Nob Saner. Mrs Henry ther and will be held Saturday.
Spp Your llnilisl
Twin* \ Yi*or
See us for loans to finance
dental work ... or other
essential personal needs.
AMEUICAN NATIONAL BANK
MEMBER or FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSl’RANCE CORPORATION
%■ S' % ^
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L F. YOCHAM
Let’s elect for County Commissioner a man who will
run the county’s business for the county and will not use
the office as a side-line.
EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY NEEDED!
Knowing how to do a job is attained bv starting at the bottom and working
to the top. L. F. Yocham has done just this.
He is 43 years of age, marr ed, has a large family, lived in Oklahoma since
a small boy, educated in Sapulpa city schools, owns and operates his own
He has had 6 years experience maintaining and building county roads in
this district. Yocham knows every road and knows the needs of every road
in this distr.ct.
‘‘I will personally sioervise the construction and maintenance of roads at
all times and not just before an election.”—L. F. YOCHAM.
Good Roads for Everybody and
Not Just a Chosen Few!
When qualified, veterans will be given preference in employment. It is left
up to you people whether to elect a man who will be your County Commis-
sioner, or elect someone who will try to run the commissioner’s office from
behind the cash register of their own business.
for COUNTY COOISSIONER
For Transportation to the Polls, Call 826
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Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 54, Ed. 1 Monday, November 4, 1946, newspaper, November 4, 1946; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1528324/m1/4/: accessed May 28, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.