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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Ardmore, OklahomaMonday february 16,1953 the daily Ardmore Ite Page Fiva Italy bids for fashion leadership. Italian designers made their latest bid for world Trade at a series of showings in Florence a Pitti Palace. Left Capuccio a silk print Sheath and Loose Cape right Fontanas dramatic Black Wool coat. Pastor to speak for Jefferson a tax religion in the Home will be discussed by the Rev. Lelan Akins pastor of first Christian Church a the meeting of the Jefferson Icli ool a to tuesday evening in the school auditorium at 7 30. Mrs. Carl Coleman vice president will preside at the session in the absence of the president mrs. Dale Stoner who is ill. Fish like cattle often seek Shade in hot weather. Sisters leave to be with Mother miss Beth Jones and miss Jean Jones 1018 fourth Avenue Southwest left sunday for Columbus miss., to be with their Mother who suffered a heart attack. Her condition is reported to by somewhat better and the girls Are sex ejected to return to Ardmore within p few Days. Beth is employed in the offices of Earl Rader and Jean is a nurse at the Ardmore Hospital and sanitarium. Events of the week special today Rocky Mountain Rainbow Trout wives party , 7 30 p. M. Jaycee Janes dinner. Hotel Ardmore 7 30 p. M. M Irhn Stiv Art Circle Kreuger a 7 30 p. M. Tuesday. St. Philips episcopal Guild Newcombs 2 30 p. M. Ham dinner St. Mary a Parish Hall 6-r p. M. Ardmore Community band concert civic auditorium 8 p. M. Wednesday. Vryonis luncheon Owca 12 30 p. M. Nel Shanya luncheon Ricks 1 11. M. Thursday. Philharmonic program Owca 7 45 p. M. Friday. Oes study club no. 70 dinner. Masonic Hall 630 p. M. Girl scout Friendship Day pro a Iram. First methodist Church 7 30 �1. M. N. Rices Are hosts at recent dinner guests of or. And mrs. Newton Rice 207 e Street Northwest for diner saturday evening in their Home were the sponsors and members of the cast of the recent Junior class play at Springer. Valentine suggestions were noted in the menu decorations and games. The Centrepiece a a Plant Hung with tiny hearts containing rhymes directing each guest on a treasure Hunt for favors. After dinner the group played hearts chinese checkers forty two and worked puzzles. Attending were or. And mrs. O. J. Testerman or. And mrs. Roy Jones and son Curtis Wayne Gwyndolyn Jones Gayle Mcgoodwin. Ruby Fay Genn Juanelle Mcmahon Barbara Rice Robert Thompson Roy Jones or. And Glenn Smith. Roy Jones jr., Loho played the part of or. Tips in the play is a Nephew of mrs. Hire and Barbara Rice who played the part of miss smythe Kersey is a Cousin of or. Rice. A a a Tishomingo a tas ofes tuesday meet the of Parent teacher will meet afternoon feb. 17, at 2 30 p a in the High school auditorium at which time they will celebrate the 56th birthday of the National con Gre is of a to. The founders Day Proi a ram will be conducted by mrs. Roger Baker pro ram chair Man. A youth takes a stand is a play to be presented by four girl scouts under the direction of mrs. Marion , sixth Grade teacher. Girls to be in the play Are Annette Park Charlene my car Bir a Dor in Jean Calhoun and Sandra Thurman. All dressed up to portray the of the first of mothers will be mrs. Walter Calhoun and mrs. Lee Butler. A duet entitled a a others will be suns by pee it by Ballard and Doyle Faye Reaves accompanied by Betty Berry. The program will be open to the Public and mrs. Dick Winn president urges All members and anyone interested to be present. There will be a Short social hour following the bus Ness meeting and mrs. De j. Coyle hospitality chairman will be in charge. The social will be held in the Community room. High school girls will take care of the pre school children a Hose prothers wish to attend the meeting. A a classics Are tops civic Clorus to rehearse tonight now is the time to join the Ardmore civic chorus mrs. Meredith Rawlins director announced. A tonight s rehearsal at 7 30 in the Owca is the first to ready ourselves for the annual Spring program to be presented in april. We have new music and we urge All those who love to sing to come join our the sponsoring group the Ardmore Lions a will serve Light refreshments in the latter part of the evening. Little Lix one doubtful advantage of living in Russia is that you would never lose on election bet. A a a weekend guests leave for Home or. And mrs. H. M. Smith left this morning tor their Home in Kingfisher after a weekend visit in the Home of their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Bill Lauderdale 117 Stanley. Public invited to Ham dinner the Public is cordially invited world Day of prayer to be marked Friday world Day of prayer will by observed by most of the Tishomingo churches Friday feb. 20, at the presbyterian i Christian Church. Mrs. Howard Plowman will by the Leader of the program entitled a walk As children of a play a world Day of prayer scrapbook a will be presented at part of the program. The world Day of prayer is by United Church women in More than 100 coun to a Delk Inus Ham dinner tuesday night prior to attending the Arr More Community band concert. The dinner will be served from 6 n0 to 8 00 p. M. In St. The offerings received during the Observance will be equally divided for interdenominational projects of Home and foreign mls Mary a new Parish Hall the final dinner to be staged by this group before Eastern consists of linked Ham. Scalloped to Matoes tossed fresh salad Green from roman times until quite Beans hot Rolls Home made pie recently a wrecked ship belonged and Coffee. Generous portions will to the King and it is believed the served at $1.25 per person regulation was developed to pre reservations for this affair Are vent the destruction of the prop being taken by mrs. Earl Jones erty of the shipwrecked. At phone 2682-j, the Public is cordially invited to attend the meeting. Smooth As Satin these modern Black Iron fruit bowls. 3.50 up wits end gifts 1061/i. E. Main season after season no other i style approaches the flattery and attractiveness of the casual shirtwaist dress. This one has special interest in the neatly shaped Collar the Over size buttons. Pattern no. 8829 is a sew rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 40, 42, 44. Size 14, 4 Yards of 35-Inch. For this pattern Send 30c in coins your name address size desired and the pattern number to sue Burnett the daily Ard Loreite 11.50 ave. Americas new York 36, n. Y. Done to miss the new Basic fashion for �?T53, Spring and summer. Its a Complete Spring sewing guide for smart practical wardrobes gift pattern printed inside the Book 23 cents. Edens main Street Fine foods restaurant Ardmore wednesday meeting slated by group j mrs. Woodrow Smith president of the Ardmore a to Council has i announced a meeting for wednesday afternoon at 4 15 in the Board of education building. All a to presidents Are urged to attend the session. Mrs. Solomon to speak for Paauw group mrs. Rose Kahn Solomon teacher in the Jefferson school system will discuss a children with special problems at the Paauw child study group meeting tuesday evening at 8 of clock. The group will meet in the Home of mrs. James Hamilton 816 eleventh Avenue Northwest. All interested mothers regardless of membership in the Paauw Are cordially invited to attend the lecture. A a a sin Lions announce birth of daughter or. And mrs. O. L. Singleton of Davis announce the birth of their second daughter born at the p<�?ncr06 to Herd House Fumire carpets sets monday february 16 dear customers a i like to know everything there is to know about the furl the in a Selling so a few weeks ago when i had a Chance to go through the factory that makes our very Best sofas and lounge chairs i jumped at the Chance. When you can really see what a underneath that attractive cover on an upholstered piece see that the frames Are the very Best of Wood that the Springs Are 8-Way hand tied i feel that my customers chances for getting their Money a Worth Are about a thousand per cent better than if you just a a think or a a guess what a inside. If your living room is slated for Spring refurbishing you can to do better than a sofa or lounge chair by Paul lobe the Guy who designs and makes these Fine pieces. And although you simply must have Superior construction still its the pretty fabric that makes your living room look Beautiful. These materials practically defy description you la have to see them to appreciate the nubby textures the Tweedy look of some the metallic thread that highlights rough Woven materials. You can see these sofas sectionals Large and Small lounge chairs at both Johnson furniture company and the trend House. If we done to have the sofa you want in the fabric you like a you can select from about 200 samples and Presto in three weeks you la have your new sofa in your living room sincerely Margaret Beaton t16 West Broadway phone 2767 Mozelle Heath. Beverly Sikes come in need on 11th birthday or. And mrs Sterlin Quot Sikes of Connerville entertained with a t a party recently to compliment their Hospital in Sulphur. The daughter. Beverly Elaine on her 11th birthday Quot acted for the Bahy. Rebecca Rue following a session of games the couples two year old Daugh refreshments were served to Norma Blevins Mary eaves the grandparents Are mrs Oliver i Yvonne Cole Shirley Mccause Singleton of Vidor Anh or and i toe Duncan Barbara Duncan and mrs. A. D. Tyner Davis. Mrs. Singletoi., the former miss Lanelle Tyner lived in Ardmore prior to her marriage. Tag Day workers have Busy Day members of social clubs at Ardmore High school who worked in the heart fund tag Day saturday were Mary Lyday Mary scrivner Donna Liggett Katherine Hill i Norma Howell Barbara Long Sharon Smith Clare Herbert i Shirley Wilson Mary Anne Andrade Jean Turnage Mary f. Baker. Margaret Gammill cookie Highland Rena Robertson Phyllis Priddy Marianna Mechtel Bill Chapman Johnny Iman Bert Thompson Charles Lanphere and Bobby Johnston. Nationally advertised. Her majesty s Dauber a second foot Doris Ward visits with Mother Here miss Doris Ward freshman Stu a ent at Oklahoma a amp a College Stillwater spent the week end a Vith her Mother mrs. Bamma Ward 110 e Street Southwest. Miss Ward was recently chosen a is collegiate Secretary Treasu or of a he Oklahoma federation of Young republicans at the state convention in Tulsa. A political science major at a amp a she is a member of the Owca peppers Pep club student Union activities Board and the Young republicans. She is a pledge to Kappa Delta sorority also. Other collegiate officers chosen at the convention were Paul Matthews a amp a chairman and Dick Hart of vice president. A de Shanya luncheon set for wednesday members of Del Shalya study club Are reminded of the luncheon slated for wednesday afternoon at Ricks Roost. The occasion Marks the 18th anniversary of the group. Following the luncheon officers for 1953-54 will be elected. Mrs. Earl Milam president will be in charge. For mortgage insurance Call d. F. Hack Overturf Union life insurance co. Phone 149 a n. W. Picture framing All Ilkei and style of a it of it la i expert work. Fat text log color Mart 214 West main phone 2720 prescriptions carefully compounded we deliver Fedler s pharmacy Clarence Pedler 23 n Washington Olive Ullmer phone 2310 for Good printing phone 51 Sprekelmeyer printing co Ardmore Oki. Shadow panel Lawn slip Sanford Zed of course. A Cotton classic easy fitting gored skirt. A Back to cover the Bra line. Dainty edging at bodice and hem. Sizes 32 to 40 sizes 42-46 camisole slip in Snow White coition. Shadow panel. Sanford Zed Lawn slip with an eyelet bodice and hem ruffle. Coronation Crown design. Gored skirt for slim smooth fit. Wide shoulder straps for Wear under sheers. Sizes 32 to 40 $3.00 department store per Maglas hot water Heaters the Heater that went Ruth oat Myers plumbing co. 907 w Bywy. Phone 167 new shipment Man Vansaal items. Com in. Shop around. Loves heirloom antique show us East main

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