Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946 Page: 11 of 18
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148 io Wyoming . voter Is a better listener
ttttffwn i twio saw
CUP ANO SAVt -
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as costume prises
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trousseau was the veil and slippers.
her home while the family was absent. I
Virginia ‘a blue.
Durant Firm Ls Granted
Lake Concession Lease
Easy on Your Hand*
••op pod* ’
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Don't b< a Rubbit/
Be BRILLO wise!
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.........lb. 43c ;
... lb. 29c ;
... lb. 50c <
DUNCAN. Nov. 1—(8j>ectai i—An can soon to handle call, for
than'talifer and his opinion as to how office of ttir Sherman Machine & Iron ment for the Lake Duncan
>un- ' Erie Sherman announced.
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DUNCAN COFFER COMPANY . .
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Keep this diirscle Seasoning
bandy to pep up Spaghetti,
Meyu. Salad*, Sea Food. w>th
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DURANT. Nov. 1—(Special?—The
first long-term lease for a commercial
recreation facility on Lake Texoma
was negotiated by the national park
service with Goodman and Goodman
of Durant here this week.
Goodman and Goodman, along with_
J six other concessionaires on the lake,*
, . - . . . have been operating on 18-inonth
. FayetteyJlle. will arrive that day to judge the entries I leases which expire December 31.
!—---------------------- I James V. LJoyd, supervisor of the
i-: , j ' Lake Texoma . recreational area, said
include Durst. XbK^,‘ '
Don’t be a RuUtM Don’t rub and
dig at gnaasy, crusted pan* with
a m<*»y dishrag. Let Brxllo do the
carry work! A square metal-hber
Bello pad Lek* off grease and
crust /eU* And there's a special
dnt ingredient in Brillo soap
that ms*** P*nt gZeaxs.' Stock up
on B.-iUa J *
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TKT -Th ITT 11 election districts in the stat8,
n ew Deal Holds wti—g^n-
, Close Battles Expected
In Wyoming Races
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. Oct. 31—<>P)—
Despite optimistic forecasts by party
leaders, closely fought battles are ex-
pected for the regular term in the
! United States senate and the state's
Two Layers. Fresh Chopped Date, and Nuts
With Marshmallow Icing
Wyoming is traditionally a conser-
vative state because of its preponder-
ance of stockmen-rancher voters. The
Chocolate Brownies . . .3 for 10c
Apricot Sweet Rolls 3 for 10c
Nut-Twist Coffee Cake 20c
Parker House Rolls ,_.._.doz. 15c
Pumpernickel Rye Bread 12c
i Mincemeat Pie
"Cup.T«*t«<r 8Y TASTE
aroma, for richnest — and the
personally "Cup-Totted" ADMIRATION way is
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the only way to assure the same perfect blend
—package after package. ‘'Starve it today and
be rewarded by your family's happy satisfao*
| long-term leases will be given to other
- ’ I concessionaires who give assurance
r i they can build the quality of conces-
- sions demanded by the park service.
highlight the ball which sponsors hope ! The Goodman^nd Goodman facili-
ty make an annual aeOat- tV Will lM» ktlOwn UX Catfish RuV
used to maintain the art ,nK village and is on a protected cove
I on the Washita river arm of the
—--- ♦ — I lake. Under its present concession, the
facility has provided boat docks, boat
rental, fuel sales, repair shops, grocery
and fishing tackle and bait sales.
brings her praise. *Cup-Tested*
ADMMIATION wins instant favor — and keeps
it - because "Cup-Tested" ADMIRATION is
always the same. It's
. for flavor, for
Bridal ‘Saw9 Comes
True as Thief Gets
<a.prinlMl tram l>U CdlU.n tnltrirtl
WASHINGTON. Oct 31. — UP)—
“Something old and something new; .
something borrowed snd something
Virginia Smiley, 19. had to trot outM
‘.Lit old grey checked suit for herT
marriage Thursday to Yeoman 1/c C.:
Corcoran of the navy.
All she had: left of her new wedding I
the rest from 11
: Frail Salad Layer Cake__..._. 7Qc
i Two Layer*. Delicious Moist Cake with Fruit Icing #
Ciiece/efe ld«f with
m Flavored Syrup
Recipe! Place H cup
Bonus in bowl and
gradually beat in pow-
dered sugar to desired
thickness. Spread on'
Bonus is ready to use
—has dozens of uses. ’
Saves sugar. too.^_
thin sK‘n r . (rulem * -- ,.
if po»ibl‘- Pbee , lengtl>wi*. »P'«lk’'
ch.lt P»« C*1*'"' ge .Iwtnately ««>>
„i,h lemon.,»« >"d *" 5 ( ,h>p€ on cnfP
fmit sections »n a *neci ,
?r,Pe.f. t,ve vi* French drernng •_
he plans to vote very seldom is di- works will probably be opened in Di
vulged. . t
Joseph C. O'Mahoney, Dmocrat, is
running for his third full term in the
senate. His opponent is a Cheyenne
attorney, Harry B. Henderson, former
Rep. Frank A. Barrett. Republic^,
is opposed by former Rep. John J.
McIntyre, Democrat. Barrett unseated
McIntyre in 1942 by only 1,000 votes
but won .his second term in 1944 by
10,000 votes, about 10 percent, over
The Texsi/n laboratories at Weslaco hav^evolve^ many
new and interesting uses for fresh Texsun grapefruit and
Canned Texsun grapefruit.juice. New saladsINew desserts!
New cocktails! Write for free recipes on colorful cards,
just the right size for Bling.
Duncan Cattea Company
: Beef Shoulder Roast AA
! Beef Short Ribs, grade A and AA ...
; Homemade Chili JznX*. |.«
> Homemade Sausage iMMUinx J..| LB. BOLL
Frosh Homo Dressed Turkeys, Geese,
Ducks, Hens, Fryers
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Juror* for iwlrctlng
itumex at the ball
Bit tram Charles France.
Ft*mt i Martin Virgil Browne
' HgrVry BvImwm. all trustees of
■IJ | aft center wiUi the exception of Mrs.
But tram who is acting for Mr. But-
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b Jury member,: for selection of the
TtiiuN Citrus rxcmangi • wisiaco. was
^^^COFFEE ENJOYMENT ASSURID^^^
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GIVES HER FAVORITE '
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tn be hung in the O.
i' jurv’ito irfcct’the .
i • yottng ’rorfcan who w
i from j.the rr<&P of repn
Mate coUp - - J
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(: -Ip»a City., where he was ah instructor
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Morks Exhibited Often -
He haa exhibited at Chicago Art !
■■'itas City Art Institute.
.. _jnter. California Palace l
we of Honor. San Fran-
rl State Museum. Jef->
iAd the Oklahoma Art
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[ with the Junior League
Art Center association.
.mbers have contributed
ir own paintings or etch-
at the bail I! ■
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Every housewife knows the thrill of happiness
she eMperiences when she serves her family
In Coining Vote
(BeprlnlM from Late KdiUee Traterdev)
DOVER. Del.. Oct. 31.—The current
campaign in Delaware, preliminary lone seat in the house of representa-
the November election, centers about '
"new deal" policies.
U. 8. Sen. James M. Tunnell of
Georgetown and Rep. Philip A. Tray-
nor of Wilmington, the Democratic
nominees for re-election, are ardent
followers of the late President Roose- ■* ■ u ■ a «* a
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They are standing by their guns
and are being challenged by the Re-
' publicans, who are condemning what
they term "new deal" policy.
'The Republican ticket is headed by
John J. Williams of Millsboro, a new-
comer in politics, candidate for U. S.
' "Senator, and J. Caleb Boggs of Wil-'
: nlngton, deputy judge of the family
:ourt for New Castle county, for rep-
Traynor won in 1944 by only one
percent of the vote.
Labor is backing Tunnell and Tray-
nor, who also have the support of the
regular Democratic organization. Or- ’
ganized labor is strong in Wilming-
ton. but its strength in he res of he
state is not known. There are 250
•nN GRAMFRUIT JUKI
Sy Louis Ari Cei
of the Le(
j..Cenher ' t?
ipgx to Im
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These eight! artists are Nan Sheets.
Doei Reec H blwater; Mrs George R
AngeU. E! R4no: Mary Allen. E R, that
AJObotl. FYgnc^s Fite Ambrister. Betty.
* Dick Goetz.
I Jury Named
will be Mrs
. Charles France. .
Virgil Browne and
all trustees of the
Freiich Town Honors Its American Liberator ■
In behalj of the citizens of St. Cload, France. Mayor A. Atlee Brumbaugh of Altoona, Pa.,
’ places a wreath of violets on the grave of S Sgt. Lawrence R. Kelly, Altoona GI, at Arlington
- national cemetery in Virginia. The8soldier is remembered by the Paris suburb as its liberator
since he was the first American to enter the town. Kelly died in the U. S. of wounds received
at St.I Cloud. Shown (left to right) are Mayor Brumbaugh, Harold M. Dixon, commander
Disabled American Veterans of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Lawrence R. Kelly. Washington, D. C.,
widow of the hero, and Lt. Gen. Matheney, military attache, FYench embassy.
\ fudging of Paintings Slated
At Beaux Arts Ball Saturday
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Peak in seasonal activities for the Oklahoma Art center will
be reached Saturday as thp final stage is set for the Beaux Arts
ba.l that night and judging is done on paintings to be exhibited
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AND EARLY COFFEES
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i queen will I
Reed.^fcdith Mahler. Norman; Jo Tay-
lor. Norman, and Lawrence Tenney
A floor show and grand march will I
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to make an annual affair. Proceeds 11? be known as Catfish Bay Fish-
will . be
tn the annual Association of Oklahoma Artists’ show which opens
Hanyi David Durst Jr., head of the art department, University ’
AO show. ♦
j niat' everting be will krrve qn the !
n ‘ > queen of the ball, |
ild* a master of fine arts
trxgn Jthe University of Iowa. |
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worth waiting for. too1 So
if you can't always get
CREAMO. keep asking,
CREAMO’S smooth creamy
flavor is worth the wait
, Rich in Cream
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Beef Stew, Spaghetti and Meat Balls
Silver Seal MILK
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—FRIDAY, ‘NOVEMBER 1
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946, newspaper, November 1, 1946; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1766045/m1/11/: accessed May 17, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.