The Democrat News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 28, 1944 Page: 3 of 6

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OUTWIT* 22 (Aft
Before Hengyang, China, Ml in-
to 2apano«o hand*. M Japan*.#
xoldlrrt gut I,,,t „n») a* tha rtory
l« told In the official China*#
magazin# Cl na Al Wir. the Jar*,
".hanghniad „ China*# farmar
Tha American Legion Auxiliary
will hold thalr regular In nr harm
meeting next Monday at I o'clock
In tha l-cgion hut. Mr. Rny An-
daraon will b** tha chairman of tha
lunrhann. and tha aaaiatant
- -------Hon-* will h.* Mr. Walter R„g*„
Mr., J O. Kdwnrda. Mr. Rufii,
Armafronit. *n<l Mr> It F Ridge.
All member. are requested to b<* I
WT Agita* Thompson.
m Mr. and Mr* j n
M 333 North l.indan
*ha brida of Wayne
IJ* Wl» offlrar, third
»- Wavy, in a nuptial
t*Ui* **» «olamnizad
Haart Catholic
N* Wadnaxdav evening.
T X. Neville. pria.t of
••it Pariah, performing
iM- Ruakntki and Mr*
t—QW *•»» "Ave Marta"
Cnimony, with l^aonard
■orotnpani.t, who al«r
••tiding man h for tha
••the Infant!
rmarn who would Ilka to work
a paran improvamant plan
•at ** definite information
>» thi. an bo done from the
rulturr department at the
tom* A and M. college
Babv Bunlin«s
* r
—that art warm, soft
wool with shinning
rayon satin binding,
blue or white
— 1 9K to 6 !»K
Babv Blanket*
—of warm cotton or
W'ool for either car-
riage or cnb with
satin binding, colon
are pink, blue and
—I no to t 9X
Bab\ Drews
—in dainty soft whit--
materials, some berib-
br.ned and others em-
— I 9* to * 9H
—that are hand made,
very dainty and prac-
tical. either blue or
—1 23
Baby Hoods
—of either cotton or
wool in several allur-
ing patterns
—1 30 and I 9K
Type writer rlhbor*. carbon
and typewriter paper in 1
complete line of *'fficp «upp!
The Demo-rat New,
Phono f
lack I ..rock lasj'Vednctd^'^te^'Vpendln'r*
r?? 'z .rla-sr-
M *Uit with tnnla. Mo
rled a white • # •
mangement Tuesday
held in the r°r Florida
TX .‘rllfn *="*‘*" T." Allen left Tuesday
-arter and V ' »n right dav leyve
arler and here In the home of h|,
All«»n irrompamH h*r eon a* far
*• Oklahoma City Kr.lgn Allen
*111 return to to. training renter
r S Nival Amphibio i* Trnin-
ing Pa.e at Ft Pierce. Fla
• • •
Auxiliary Served Lunch
for Visiting Bands
The ladles Auxiliary prepared
mndwVhe* and a light lunrh
which wa. served in the legion
hut on Tuesday for the member,
of the out of town high nrhool
hand, who played for the»
CalllarwH where Petty
•F* will report for duty
A m m
Tha simple design, using heavy
roie*. rigidly braces), make, a .olid
framework for a long-life build
ias: It can he roofed and aidasi
with non-critical a.bestoa cement
hoard, which is now generally ob
tainahle. I'.ed lumber, if available
can be used for tha ucoury
••nd Council of Victory
the A. and M milage
r. announ. ed that Jar-
ptilpa girl who i* m her
*r there, was elect ed a*
(airman of Victory Hah
To Stillwater Over
the Week-End
John Moody, Wall-ice flrentllng-
ate MW*.I Ul _ aa mm- . - _ .
er and Ml*. Ad. Wilson of Tul*a
visited In Stillwater thi* week-
end with Misses Mary Moody and
Katharine Fitzgerald who are at-
tending A and M college there
• • •
Taken New
Paul Ray Andrews, son of Mr
and Mrs Ray Andrews left Wed-
nesday for Grey hull, Wyo . where
he has aerepted a position with:
an oil company
• » ”
Autumn guy hag., gloves, head-pretties'’
—so exciting in style. thrift wise* in price!
Something lovely to perk up your every
Autumn costume—in the rotors styles
and assortment, for which were fash-
ion famous’
Costume jewelry to include ear bobs,
bracelets, necklaces. br<NM-hrs. clasps and
rJ With •
Buttermilk EGG MASH
Parses priced
up from
Egg profit* art built am feeding
coat*. Superior Buttermilk Egg
Math is not only • very reason.
»V!v pric-d feed, but it** a paw.
er.'-.! pro<!u:?r. Try it for a few
w, . . watch your egg rec-
c -J climb . . .*watch your prof*
i . row. Superior it laboratory*
t *J —1*9 tare to have this
preti ction.
Fraturin<> ibis wrek » .. , m
the larger sizes in I-*HIICS DIOUSC
a very sp, presentation— ityle* to Bo with the
ume in crisp materials and choice of colors in white.
0uh fus/Uif line id
that we’ue made it
few "4 »as of mens
**•*»• *hd clavarait new atjla and
Mwuia book you va ever aaou. i* * 0. r
lupartor Jubitaa Gift tj our I-> ,
and cuiioincr*. Absolute:/ f- u .:. .
•“ bur- It’s trammel
bright idcai. Over 25 »*••, c. u.a-
«»a dre»* dev.jr.». cluldrr.-.s lC.
home-making trick. tb.->i w*‘t dei.- .i
yaa. To* can make ihece an rcu.a
giha from Superior , beautiful mow
a-jiWjIM!?* cr eth:r m*trf »lv
Ml detail* on dyeing, Alatir* in.
waloering. **c., make it po.aible lor
U5 *° bright#|ov home «t verv
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