The Democrat News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 30, 1948 Page: 3 of 8
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AND WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES
JOAN WAITE LAWSON, Society Editor • Phone SOI
tLtcrt or rictus
Member. of (ho Goodwill Huh
MRS. JOHH KENNEDY
Mr. Jo« Collin. Mr* F R Hall.
Mr. Elmer Garvin
Mr. John Kennedy wa. com
m*' ThurMUt JMT/fh'-ir Hr.l meet- pllmenled M< mlny evening with! .
J* •" **»■ home of Mr. A W n pink and blur .hower In the . y ln ,h* h‘"I"‘ Mr* Ale.an
Knot. (17 South Mfater home of Mr* I. A Gooden. a*-
The buune.. meeting wa. rail- slated by Mr. C T Dickerson and
M to order by the pre.ldent. Mr. Mr. !.ee Ford
■-*'1 R'tmwnn At this time, the |n game, of 'onte.t, prize,
alert ion of Officer, for the new went tn Mr* W B William*. Mr*,
rear wa. held with the following Kenneth and Mr. F A Burdlrk
being ejected pre.ldent. .Mr. Following the inning of gifts
tt I. Simptori. vlt-e-president. by the honoree dainty refre.h-
r. C T Cornwell .erretary- menu In pink and blue were «erv-
Mr. Knox. . .. ed to the followtlttf Mme. Bur
The rynalnder of the after dirk J C Hawkln. T J Rey-
h wa. .pent in making pUn. nold*, G A Fjrtf*. E A Uwta.
if the new year William. P 1. iiufferd Edward
The receiving room, were de- Jonr« Jewell Modrc Fred Von
ated attractively with arrange rjonlen. Helen fb*d. Georgia
lent* of a*^r. in fall .hade. Freer T A Shertflr Vellle Wln-
Pellefoo. refre.hment. «ere Sandeffer. Alva langwel).
rved to nine member* by the Ruth Sherman Wallace Crawford
***** Jeff Angul.h, Fau.tlne Oalhrlth
The next meeting will be held Fred Swan. Fred Favor J F i
H in the home of Mr. Corn- Kennedy. Howard Carver. Charle.
t.ynn Sample, 700 South
entertained member, of
Parent-Child Pxyrhology dub
her home Friday afternoon
Mr* Kenneth Wilton prg.tdent
|pfe«i1ed at the .hurt bu»in<".«
eertne which wa. followed h>
Intere.ting le««on hv Mr-
B Billtngxley on "Radio Pro-
am* for Our Children "
Black. John Reed. A J. Boren.
Alameda. Calif, and I.enn Ijtng-
| f« rd. Bristow, and Mi«*e« Dorothy
Sandeffer. Amanda Perlman and
* TEYAS PIPELIRE
Member* of the Tuesday Art The WRA ladle* mef Friday Radiant chapter. ORB. will meet
club were entertained Tuesday ,0* birthday luncheon, hon- Ttie.day evening in the Matontr
afternoon In the home of Mr. member, birthday, for the half for a hu-lne.* ••.atom
r._„ n~!A ,, r . , . P** three month* Ho.teaae*
i-ecll (.old. 17 F.n«t Jackson w»r« Mr. Goldie Powell. Mr.. VISITED SISTER
Following an afternoon of Mary Callum and Mr* Florence in sfsingfield
needlework, lovely iwfreahment* West Mm We*ley Whlttleiey and
were served In Mr* Owen Hill. Th* wa. .pent with hon e i**t week from Springfield
the member. singing aecred vt.. where they visited their
****** I Mr. Everett Collins returned I
_ The next meeting will be on sister
The next meeting w()l be Tue»- Friday. Oct S
HONORED WITH IN SABTLESVILIE
ANNIVEBSARY DfNKER Floyd Smith .pent T‘ ir.
EVKR REACT , , .. day Ir R.irtle.vllle visiting with
SEWIRG CLUR MEETS A f«">lly dinner celebrat.ng the ( ,
•Totti wedding anniversary of Mr __________
M-mher. of the Fver Ready and Mr* Al Jordan of Tulia.
Sewing circle met Thursday for wa* held Sunday. Sept. 27. In the
a picnic which wa. their first home of th»ir son-in-law and
fall meeting daughter Mr and Mr* R J Mur-
Six memoers and these guest* Ph>- lr • ®,(l UncoUl.
Mr* Helen Hunloon. Bradford. Gue*t. In addition to Mr and
Pa and Mr* H t, Wiggln*. Tul Mr. Jordan were Mr* C W Bll-
*®■ attended Ming*, Tula*. Mr. A R Kal»er,
The niember* presented Mr. Mr. Ruth Murphy. Barbara and
C F Brown with many lovely Sklppy Murphy
The nest meeting will be held VISITED HERE
on Thursday. Oct 14 WITH EARKHTS
TO VISIT IR * I Mr and Mr. Rolf Nellaen and
OKLAHOMA CITY ycing daughter, Albuquerque. >
M . left Sunday after (pending
Mr. lame. I) Berry. Jr will .everal day. in the home of Mr.
leave Saturday for Oklahoma Neil.en . parents. Mr and Mr.
City where .he will .pend *ev l.nn T Jackson
»ral day* visiting in the home of
her parent*. Mr and Mr. Neil Ir Tell your neighbor* about the
hy. while Mr Irby attend, the Democrat News. Sapulpa a hume-
Kiwani* convention in Fort Worth, town weekly Only S2 for 52 In-
Tex. terctmg l.auas'
DEMOCRAT NEWS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1141
rrrnm :martTXt33 ijirn-nn n:: irrrr'jrn rnmmi:
7 N. Park Phone 254
The Texa. Pipeline luidle. met
Thursday afternoon In the home
of Mr* Pauline Harper! l.V»2
Ai.i.tant ho.te**e« for the af-
ternoon were Billie Phillip, and
Mr* Jk<k Kfllar w*« eelcted a. Martha Butt.
la new member tn the ciuh
The buiine.. portion of the
IMInty refreahm.nt. were .erv- | n,,.„ng inducted hy the
ed hy the hoste.« In these mem- pr„ Mr, s^tt
her. Mr* C F Main Mr. Jlm|
McRevnold*. Mr*. C C. Baker.
Mr. Paul Brown Vr« H P Mold-
nip Mn Yorke Gunn. Mr. Earl
Yetnplematt Mra I^on Hubhartt
Mr. Jav H*«er. Mr. Irving Cro-
er», Mr. Robert Cheek. Mr.
llann Mr. Rlllingsley. and Mr«
The club* annual Gue.t Dt%
In games of contest, prtges
went to Mary Holt. Mildred Dunn,
and Margaret l-ambert Aim dur-
ng the social hour, group pic- |
*ure* were taken of the member. .
Dainty refreshment, were *erv- j
ed by the ho«t*»«e« to IS mem- i
The date and place of the next
meeting will be announced at |
The Violet Study 'Uh met Mon- I T** ,;r»r* C,rcl» of ,h''
the home of vr. Tint Baptist church met Monday,
in the home of Mr* Georgia
Freer fur a business meeting and
Royal Service program
The circle advisor, Mr. Jewell |
|(orated attractively with arrange called the meeting to|
fc wSSf W ran M-Ktnl-i
I Restated b' her daughter Mil*
| Rrlnn Gamhill
Tbg receiving mom. were de
' I atti
iRients of fall flower. "rdM with the opening prayer hy
flM buslne*. meeting wn in '*r* T A Sheriff Mr* Helen
HmM by the prendeni. Mr. C V"' **YOt1n—'*
p Tot* i The Royal Service program wa*
The lesson for the evening wa> ' nduc^ed by Mi»» ^innle I>augh-
I to form of a roundtat.le di.. *»''>
Ron on the Eastern Star work
Refre»hment» were »erved m VIIITIRG SORi
[ Color, of green and white t IR GUYMOH
member* Mt. F W M»r- ,
I Ilian. Mr. H I. May. Mr. H 1.
Slmnson Mr. C D T<«1d Mr
Bred Patrick Vr« R Sf Faupeil
Mr. HE Mahrx Mr. r.rl Noble
p(r« f%rl Alexnnder Mn Rrice
Nlrlrk Mr*. Merten Snyder and
| Mini Jean Snider
A* aext Nnreting will he (Vt
I 11 Ml the home d Mr- May 712
I Booth RaRlar -
Member) of the Gulf Adtum
I Hub met Tuesday atternoon in
I the heme of Vr* J B 1/tar »-
I fiated by Mr* Tommie McClsna-
feiait and Mra Helen Boyd
Mr and Mr* C A Dunbar aee
vUltlng In Guymon In the home,
vf their *.>na and familie* Mr
and Mn. Harry Dunbar and Mr
and Mrs Aaron Dunbar and
CLUB TO MEET
The Child Psychology club will
niett Friday In the home of Mrs
Charles Briggs, 503 South Oak
PCO. CHAPTER C.
Member* of PEO. chapter G,
will meet Friday for their first
IT* buttons wa* conducted by | ***
Rie pretdent Mr. Helen Boyd
poor pne went t Mr. K it •
. Ir Rama* of oontest prties
(pent to Mr* John Dtmit »nd Orrn Ijindrith. former Sapulpan.
rKl Sager Albuquertjue, N M, left last
^A^IMMarMtR rooms were dc- wrfk ,fl„ ,n the hom(>
Ited with arrangement, of ,f hu ^>n anrt daughter-in-law.
- f*0*"* Mr. and Mr* Stanley landrith
Refreshment* were served to
ijieirber* and Iheae guc.ta, ■ wu DADS
DuBob and Mr* AUHLUUIY TO MEET
Per better printing.
Member* of the War Dad. aux-
The illary will meet Monday for a
GROW ON TRIISI
You can't Riant thorn oiftiar! lot
wo da havo cash avaUaMa far farm
Loom and will bo glad to discuss
your financial roqulramonts,
BUY AND HOLD U. S. SAVINGS BONDS!
lean National Bank
RDKBAL DEPOSIT INSUBANCK COBP.
IR PKRIONAL LOANS ARK SCAT
Buckingham Electric Company...
QUIT BUSINESS SALE!
Since we have lost our lease and must \acate b> October loth —
we are dosing out a multitude of electrical appliance at ridiculous
low prices — Bu> MW for (jiristmas!
REGULAR lc PER FOOT
Clowe Out — 6c per ft.
(Sold only in 250-Ft. Coils)
DUPLEX WALL RECEPTACLES
Close Out — 22c
Close Out — 32c
PI LL CHAIN SOCKETS
Close Out — 68c
RIVAL C\N OPENERS
(Guarantwod by Manufacturer
REGULAR $3.95 VALUE—CLOSE OUT
R A DIOS
AT A Bl(, SAVING!
LIGHT HXTl RES
40 Per Cent DISCOUNT
Close Out — 30c
G - E Electric
Regular $8.95 — NOW $1.50
Regular $7.95 — NOW $3.95
YALE TIP TOE AUTOMATIC
Regular $17.95 — N01 $12.95
Set — 50c
1-2 Inch FRICTION TAPE
Dried out, but good for odd re-
pair jobs — regular 45 cents a
roll to CLOSE OUT at—
25 Per Cent DISCOUNT ON
ALL ELECTRIC FANS
Emerson, C-E and other
Roasters — Toasters
Waffle Irons — Coffee Makers
AND OTHER APPLIANCES AT
A BIG SAVING!
Complete With Batteries
REGULAR $1.50 AND $2.00
Choice at — 59c
REGULAR 69c VALUE-
REGULAR $3.95 VALUE
REGULAR $4.95 VALUE
T VBLE LAMPS
REGULAR $11.95 VALUE
REGULAR $6.00 VALUE
FLUORESCENT BED LAMPS
REGULAR $6.95 VALUE
REGULAR $2.95 VALUE
—Complete adjustable stand in-
REGULAR $11.05 VALUE
STUDENT L AMPS
REGULAR $11.00 VALUE
REGULAR $10.00 VALUE
Buckingham Electric Co.
104 EAST DEWEY
SHIRTS and PANTS
kelp you get ahead on
the job .
Large red pnnt handker-
chief Easy to launder.
i* i «aif *a yav'
•• **•# with D (i a*
•«Qk»d Sh f*i o*d ^a**»».
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••*9* A'mf Ta» y««4p<
d'«i» 1 »po (Oi a' Ioo*t
potkt'i a*>d p'ff'f o»
• da ha • oapi it • *h#
•a look yaor halt with
anf «aaf<«| D tk>ai
Ca*a • a a^d » <k a
mom le * »* l (144 'oday*
DICKIE S ARMY
NOT FULLY MERCERIZED
\nd Indian T\|)e Blanket-
Not exactly as illustrated, but
these are inexpensive blankets
to take to the football games, etc.
Used as car robes, too.
64x76 SIZE -
70x80 SIZE -
Thrifty shopper- Take
3 Percent Wiol Blankets
Yea. they are double blanket*
and represent a very good
value for this pnee. Pink and
white — algo blue and white
36-Inch OUTING FLANNEL
New 1948 stock just received and all patterns are vary ■} " |
good quality. Solid white blue pink and colored stnpe. e)»4C* X'3I*(1
Received in time for winter -.ewing. J
ladie-* and Children’s
P A J A M A S
Children s outing flannel pajamas £»1 AQ
8 to 16 year sizes. Wall made and
a vary warm value.
B XLBR ICG\\ PAJVMVS
lust the thing to keep the
small child warm this win-
t*r. Fleece Imit and made
with feet attached. Sises
I to 6 years.
Regular 128 Yype Sheet
81 x 99 SIZE—
81 x 108 SIZE—
42 x 36 PIUOW CASES-
• Use Our
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Gierhart, Ray W. The Democrat News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 30, 1948, newspaper, September 30, 1948; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1531312/m1/3/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.