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Ada Sunday News (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Ada, Oklahoma And Oklahoma sunday March to 1974 the Ada sunday news it age 3 any Ihu is item admitted through the mail must be signed and the address must a Quot Noritake China exclusively at the Diamond shop. 3-10-lm. Lela a Beauty College has one working scholarship available. Inquire 217 East main 332-6159. 3-10-lt. Now open Shelia s custom coiffure 731 North Mississippi 332-8988. Adas most modern and exclusive Beauty Salon. Featuring the new electric Perm and specializing in the new blow Cut styles. 3-8-5t. Lose weight safely amp fast with ill diet plan $3.00. Reduce excess fluids with a Pel $3.00 Money Back guarantee. Bryans Corner drug. 3-10-3t. Put a smile on your windows and have a Nice Day. Ada window cleaners. 332-5855. 3-10-6t. Group of pattern books and leaflets. 5c each. Joannes Needlecrafts 1022 Arlington. 3-10-2t. Vanoss school Booster club is having their annual athletic banquet Friday night March 15, 7 . At the school lunchroom. Menu a Barbecue and trimmings. Tickets Are on Sale from the Booster club members $2.50 per person. No admission at Gate. Deadline for tickets 8 a.m., thursday March 14th. For reservations Call 759-2066. 332-7504, 332-4544 or Contact or. Barnes at the school. 3-8-2t. Sir Gregory Sbarber styling shop mini mall stylist Hon Gregory. Menus hair styling and regular hair cutting. Plush and private atmosphere. Appointments not necessary but Are available. Phone 436-1288. 3-5-lm. Need reliable income tax service come Nadine Alexander and Bea Oakes 200 East main 332-9111. 1-17-lm. Mary Kay cosmetics Janice Lunsford 332-2274 after 5. 3-4-lm. Spring special a two month program $29.95, fantastic figures 332-1774. 3-3-lm. Echo ranch raceway opening for season car racing at its Best free admission opening night March 30, horse racing starts april 14th. In. Millions of rugs have been we need your laundry Busi cleaned with Blue Lustre. Its Ness rough dry amp finish 706 americas finest. Rent electric in. Francis. 332-5620. 3-3-lm. Shampooer $1.00. The Lee com _ 3-7-6t. Channel Catfish to lbs Luzier cosmetics Shirley Biggs 332-1602. 3-Mot. Have your Roto Tiller tuned up for the season. I Day service Lawn mowers also. Crowell repair shop 314 East main. 3-1-lm. Call Debbie at Paula a coff eur a for monday appointments and special on permanents. Call 436-0800. 2-27-lm. Luzier cosmetics in Glenna Wyche 456-7379. Roff 2-20-lm. Homer Peay has served Ada for 16 years in planning for a better City. Your vote on March 19th will help him carry out further plans for a better Ada. 2-26-18t. Sewing and alterations Norma West 332-6949. 2-20-lm. Or swimwear Day. Now a More 98c la. Batfish Kettle 332-at Mode of 6114 3-mm. 3-6-4t. _ to get your skin going glowing and basically Beautiful Merle Norman cosmetics created the three Steps to Beauty. This plan can assist complexions that Arentt All they should be As easy As 1-2-3. Merle Norman cosmetics at Kay a fashions 208 e. Main. 3-8-lm. Mrs. B. H. Todd sr., 1707 s. Broadway blvd., left saturday for Washington d.c., where will visit in the Home of her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. James Cochrane. She will return to Ada at the end of the month. Fly to hot Springs for the horse races return same Day or Lay Over up to 6 passengers. For information Call Ada aircraft Days 332-6086, night 332-7116. 2-13-lm. Skin disorders try too derm Vitamin e Cream 1260 in per tube at bryans drugs. 2-26-lm. New sea officers selected new Oklahoma education association East Central District officers were announced Friday after their election at the sea District meeting on the East Central Campus. Bob Hightower Davis was 1974-75, and or. Ray Stout was named president elect for 1975-76. Or. Stout is director of student teaching and professor of education at East Central. Shirley Berry Konawa was elected vice president. Or. Bill Rainey professor of business administration was named Secretary. New sea Board member will be Harold John Sulphur and committee member will be Blanche Lanier Shawnee. New East Central District classroom teachers officers j were also elected Friday. Devonia Driskill was named president Ben Floyd Ada High teacher vice president Barbara Petree treasurer and june Townsend Secretary both of Shawnee. Has Honor society banquet scheduled Merle Norman cosmetics at Kay a fashions 208 East main. 3-8-lm Linda a hair fashions opening special. Regular $16.50, permanents now for one week Only $10.50. Cau 436-1266. 3-8-6t Annette Hudson is now working at the Beauty Casa with Juanita Williamson and Wanda Murphy. Come in and get your easter permanents or Call 332-5774. 3-4-6t White newsprint 8m>xll, in packages of 500 sheets especially Good for inter office work or Home practice. 95c package at the Ada evening news office. 2-21-lm. Beth s baby land for Shower gifts juvenile furniture toys and accessories Henry amp son furniture 213 West main. 3-8-2t. California grown Rose Bushes Madden a Plant farm to Miles . Ada on Hwy. 3. 3-6-lm. Bill Mcdonald a major appliance service. Be hotpoint Maytag 332-2140, 208 w. Main. 3-11-lm. Now open cosmetology clinic Complete Beauty care. Joyce Crawford cosmetologist 332-8852. 2-18-lm. Mary Kay cosmetics Bobbie Plumlee 332-5290. 3-1-lm. Smith s bakery has moved their cake decorating to this number. 332-0833. 2-27-lm. Bellmon opposes minimum wage Washington Apu. S. Sen. Henry Bellmon r-okla., said he vote for the minimum wage Bill that passed the Senate last thursday in the form it was presented. In explaining his no vote Bellmon said a there is no questions that the minimum wage should be raised but that he could not vote for the Bill in the form in which it was presented to the Senate. A the proposal approved by the Senate is basically the same one which was passed last year and vetoed by the president a Bellmon said. N e. Jur ski Vicere of and and appreciation to everyone who helped make the 1974 Junior livestock show a huge Success we especially thank the first National Bank for preparing and serving the banquet and these following supporters Ada implement co. Ada liquid feed Ada livestock auction Ada veterinary clinic inc. Adams lumber co. Of Allen Arrowhead Angus ranch barrettes cleaners Frank Bates Tom e. Boatwright Bonar Auto Supply Floyd Burk Melvin Chilcoat Chilcoat real estate John Choate Clark Oil co. Coca cola bottling co. De Coffee Comet feeds Carlton Corbin Mayo Cottingham Culligan water conditioning inc. Elks club of Ada Jonn c. Embry Evergreen Mills inc. Farmers state Bank of Allen feeder milling co. First National Bank of Stratford Benny Fisher Jimmy Freeman Gem credit jewellers Gilt Edge farms Ted Glover Wayne Gray h. T. Amp b. Lumber amp Home Center inc. Grandma Haines Jewell l. Hardy r. Burl Harris Paul Henderson Henderson a Peanut co. Holdenville livestock auction Danny Holder Holiday House restaurant Holiday inn of Ada Holland Brothers t. S. Amp Geneva Hood j amp w plumbing co. Ron Jackson Jones Gumc ten television w. F. Amp june kilo Kings ladies and mens store Lance Skelly Bill amp Peggy Lane Laxton a. J. Lawson Lawson feeder Supply inc. Leeds Gaar Corner Gro. Amp Sta. I hard furniture Lonnie Manuel Matthews Barber shop Mays lumber co. Of Ada Mays lumber co. Of Stratford Mcalester milling co. Mccurley Bayless drug Ernest f. Mcguire j. R. Northrup no Way cleaners Oklahoma cowbells o. G. And e. Optimist club of Ada Bob Passmore Peoples electric Coop Pontotoc county farm Bureau Potter Homes Quality advertising Guy Raper Lewis Reed Van Reed or. Reeves packing co. B. J. Robertson Lim Sharp Bob Shortes sirloin club of Oklahoma City Skelly Oil Thurman Stevens Joe Stevens Stratford Pickard funeral Home strike and spare Bowling lanes Dean Stone Lee Swanson 200 club of Ada trader Mills triple r farm amp ranch Supply Vanoss Booster club Village inn restaurant Wes Watkins Wes Watkins Home builders Wickham packing co. Tobe Wingard Walter Woolley or. Pontotoc county cattlemen s association Bob Lawson president plus those who gave premiums thru the �?o200 club of Ada the annual Ada High Honor society banquet will be at 7 . Monday in the ballroom of East centrals student Union. Toast mistress will be the president Peggy Farnham. Paul Miller will give the invocation and vice president Patti Parker will present a Welcome. L. Z. Black teacher at Ada Junior High will give the response. An initiation ceremony will be held for new members. The Honor society is composed of students in roughly the upper to per cent of Ada High. Sophomore members must have a 4.0 Grade Point average and juniors and seniors must have a 3.9. Honor society members this year Are seniors Roberta Black Linda Brooks Tonja Condor Jim Conway Marilea Danley Reba Derryberry Peggy Farnham Debbie fitter Susan Gallihar Mark Randy Harp John Harrington Vickie Hooker Lisa love Kathy my Kain Patti Parker Scott Poe Lynn Roach Carolyn Satterfield Susan Stevens Randy Voss Janet Waters Brenda Cole Amy Deaton Janie guest Doris Daniels Cassie Duffer Leah Angela Green Tommy Mayhue Ramona Maddox Paul Miller Stacy Blackburn Terry Hart Glenda Lanier and major Collins. Juniors Shawn Allen Barry Bonar Carol Brooks Kelli Cal Lison Janis Choate Christy eaves Kathy Gurity Mike Haase Liz Kemp Paul Mcgaha Melissa Pepper Denise Pollock Jennifer Rahm Marilyn Ray Ronald Simpson Sherwood Taylor Pat Walsh Sharon Laton Edward Taylor Cynthia Beebe eve Floyd Russell Robbins Laura Sachs Sandra Teel. Sophomores Gina Anderson Dobber Bingamon Nancy Boeger Diane Brooks Larry cart Mell Zenda Chapman Gary Collier Terry Collier Cynthia Cozad Sonja Davis Randy Dixon Robert Dob Kins David Doty Marianne Evans Wes Evans Carey Floyd Sheryl Floyd Suanne Janssen Susan Kemp Jay Lambert Martin Lollar Jeff Luke Joel Stafford George Kelly Stephens Kathy Thoi As Billy Kent Thompson William Thompson Farmer Adan earns degree Kathy Weiss Debra Wingo and Cynthia Yin. Ada High graduate Gary Hen ser recently received his . Degree in mathematics from the University of Illinois. Or. Hensler 28, the son of or. And mrs. J. O. Hensler 1025 High school did his postgraduate study in mathematical statistics with or. Jacob Wolf Owitz As advisor. His thesis title was a jointly Asymptotically efficient Nonparametric estimation of scale and regression or. Hensler is currently assistant professor of mathematics at Syracuse University. He is a member of the Institute of mathematical statistics and the american mathematical society he graduated from Ada High in 1964 and received his b. S. Degree from Oklahoma University in �?~68. Or. Hensler completed work on his m. S. At Illinois where he also served As research assistant and teachers assistant. He was a Illinois University fellow for two years. Winners named in science Competition Kevin of Dell Ardmore High school won first place in the Oklahoma Junior Academy of science regional Competition held at East Central Friday his paper was entitled a temperature determination of Lonnie Kennedy Davis High school won second place with a the geology palaeontology and paleo cology of the Boggy formation in the Pittstown third place was won by Peggy Farnham Ada High with a comparisons of cytochrome p-450 and b-5 in immature and mature rat the papers based on re search projects by students will now be entered in state Competition. The three winners and their teachers will receive travel expenses to the state meeting. 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