The Ponca City News from Ponca City, Oklahoma (2024)

Page 4 The Ponca City (Oklahoma) News, Monday, January 17, 1949 CLUB CALENDAR Society News News of society should be phoned to The News before 10 o'clock in the morning during the week and before 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday. Phone 2800. ANNA MARIE JAKEMAN, Society Editor Pictures will be requested if desired. Dinner Party Wed Honors Recently Couple MR. AND MRS.

CHARLES HOUSTON, whose marriage was solmenized December 25 6 in Mount Carmel, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Houston, parents of the bridegroom, recently entertained at dinner at their home, 1601 North Sixth street. Mrs.

Charles Houston is the former Miss Marcia Mae Barber of Pontiac, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Barber of Pontiac. the dinner guests were Mrs.

William Smith and daughter, Phyllis, of Tulsa; the Clifford Cook of Covington; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fussell, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dort and son and Mrs.

Effie Houston, all of Kildare; and Miss Wilma Davenport and David Houston, students at Central junior college in McPherson, Kan. Ponca Citians present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Simmons, Mr. and Mrs.

Dale Neidig, Mr. and. Mrs. Lyle Neidig and daughter, Mrs. L.

Pumford and children, Donald, Ruby and Dorothy; Troy Davenport and daughter, Carolyn; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pumford and family, Lawrence Houston and Allen Houston. Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Plan Luncheon-Meeting in Blackwell Members of the Kay County Alumnae association of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, will meet for a 1 p.m. Thursday at the Elm tea room in Blackwell.

Hostesses be Mrs. Delmar Denton and Mrs. Paul Arnold. WOMEN who feel NERVOUS I caused by functional 'middle-age'! Do you suffer from hot flashes, weak, nervous, irritable clammy feelingsdue to the functional 'middle-age' period pecullar to women (38-52 yrs.) Then Do try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! It also has what Doctors call stomachic tonic effect! E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND VEGETABLE Fred E.

Bartram Certified Public Accountant Income Tax Returns 713 East Grand Avenue OF MISERIES. Chest Colds STARTS INSTANTLY- -WORKS FOR HOURS PENETRATES, medicinal vapors. warming surSTIMULATES poultice. Best-known home remedy to relieve distress of children's colds is Vicks VapoRub. Its relief-bringing action starts the moment you rub it on throat, chest and backworks 2 ways at -even as he sleeps! VAPORUS Luncheon Given For Bride-Elect series of preCONTINUING courtesies to Miss Paula Buetow, fiancee of John Kelly, Miss Madelyn Wilson Saturday entertained at luncheon at the Ponca City Country club.

An attractive arrangement of white carnations and pink chrysanthemums centered the luncheon table. Guests were Miss Buetow, Mrs. Paul Buetow, Mrs. Robert Milne, Mrs. Jack Paris, Miss Felicia Duvall, Mrs.

Bill Mead, Mrs. Wallace Edwards, Mrs. Jack Bowker, Miss Donna Cram, Miss Myrna Simmons, John Hron, III, and Lane. The wedding of Miss Buetow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Paul Buetow, 814 East Overbrook avenue, and Mr. Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Kelley of Coraopolis, will be solemnized at 8 p.

m. Friday at the First Lutheran church. PDC Club to Meet Monday A called meeting of the PDC club has been scheduled for 7 p. m. Monday at the home of Miss Charlene Hull, 116 Elmwood avenue.

Newcomers Club to Meet A luncheon-meeting of the Newcomers club will be held at 1 p. m. Friday at Pioneer Grill. Newcomers to Ponca City may call Mrs. V.

C. 1 Merrifield, 3299, for reservations. Narcissus Unit Slates Meeting Wednesday Mrs. Herb Schall, 410 South. Sixth street, at 2 p.

Wednesday wil be hostess to members of the Narcissus unit of the Ponca City Garden club. She will be assisted by Mrs. H. C. Walker.

Mrs. Holloway Entertains In Honor of Frances Briggs Mrs. J. C. Holloway, 411 South Oak street, recently entertained at a shower honoring Miss Frances Briggs, bride-elect of Don Foster.

Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Briggs and Miss Ruth Ann Briggs. Centering the serving table was a miniature white arch, ornamented with wedding bells, under which were a miniature bride and groom. Among the guests were Miss Margaret Goodwin, Miss Underwood, Miss Margaret Foster, Miss Joy Knox, Miss June Livingston, Mrs. H.

E. Briggs, Mrs. Irma Foster, Mrs. Netty Westberg of Galesburg, N. and the honoree.

The wedding of Miss Briggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Briggs, 701 South Eighth street, and Mr.

Foster, son of Mrs. Irma Foster, North Oak street, will be solemnized in late January. King Feebrres Syndicate, Al Rights Reserved SINCE THEY WERE BABIESTHE QUINTUPLETS always is used this for coughs of CHEST COLDS The Quintuplets have always relied on Musterole to relieve coughs, sore throat and aching muscles of colds. No other rub at any price gives faster relief! Musterole also helps break up painful local congestion. In three strengths: Child's Mild Musterole, Regular and Extra Strong for grown-ups.

Buy it today! MUSTEROLE. complete your festive occasion BEER it's smooth it's dry GRIESEDIECK WESTERN BREWERY BELLEVILLE, ILL. Spring Whirl By EPSIE KINARD ered with rhinestones, makes (right) which is a Robaix-designed NEA Fashion Editor YORK- (NEA) Here's plenty of proof that the fullskirted dress continue to spread its charms through 1949. The whirling skirt of the "diabolo" evening dress (left) is named for the children's game played with sticks, spool and string. White eyeleted Swiss organdy, embroid- Today's Pattern 8417 9-18 By SUE BURNETT Here's the new look for springthe popular Empire style with its high fitted waist- for 8 lovely junior figure! This version will go together like charmbring you a wealth of compliments.

Pattern No. 8417 is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 18. Size 11, 4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, The Ponca City News, 530 So. Wells Street, Chicago 7, Ill.

The Spring and Summer FASHION will guide you smoothly in making a smart spring-into-summer special features, original designswardrobe. Easy to make styles, and a free pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Don't call for HELP CALL ROYAL CLEANERS 213 West Grand PICK-UP and DELIVERY 855 MONDAY 7:30 p. Beta Phi alumnae, with Mrs.

Karl Baughman, 98 Elmwood avenue. TUESDAY p. Past Presidents parley of American Legion auxiliary, with Mrs. H. C.

Walker, 130 Brunswick. 1:30 p. 0. G. E.

Women's club, with Mrs. R. W. Davidson, 911 Broadway. p.

Gladiolus unit of Ponca City Garden club, with Mrs. Earl Souligny, 911 South Eighth street. p. Iris unit of Ponca City Garden club, with Mrs. George Suit, 921 North Seventh street.

6:30 Nu Phi Mu sorority, dinner at Pioneer Grill. 7:30 p. Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 20, at IOOF hall. WEDNESDAY 9:30 a.

Piano Workshop of Ponca City Music club, at studio of Mrs. Homer Dodge Caine, East Grand avenue. 12:30 p. Royal Neighbors of America, luncheon and installation of ficers at Gill hall. p.

Chapter CN of PEO, luncheon at Ponca City Country club. 2 p. Narcissus unit of Ponca City Garden club, with Mrs. Herb Schall, 410 South Sixth street. p.

Chrysanthemum unit of Ponca City Garden club, with Mrs. R. L. Gillogly, 1013 West Overbrook avenue. 2 p.

Poinsettia club, with Mrs. W. 7:30 p. Lilac unit of Ponca City E. Kaesler, 121 Whitworth avenue.

Garden club, with Mrs. Cora Skillern, 915 East Broadway. THURSDAY Daughters of American Revolution. with Mrs. Merle Paynter, 306 South Eighth street.

Sunset club, with Mrs. Olan 8 Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Brattain, 1421 South Sixth street. Miss Zudora Chitwood, 303 South Sixth street. 8 p. Artaban Shrine No.

12, at Masonic temple. 8 p. Junior group of American Association of University Women, with Miss Jessie Rae Daily, 912 East Grand avenue. 8 Sigma Phi Gamma, with Mrs. Frank McClung, 522 North Second street; Mrs.

Bert Taylor, hostess. FRIDAY 1 p. Newcomers club, at Pioneer Grill. p. Homecraft unit of Ponca City Mother's club, with Mrs.

C. D. Hull, 116 Elmwood avenue. p. Pansy unit of Ponca City Garden club, with Mrs.

Earl F. Clover, 418 South Peachtree street. 2 p. Delphian Study club, with Mrs. Frank Langton, 500 Lucas street.

CHURCH CALENDAR TUESDAY CLUB CALENDAR 1 p. Dorcas class of First Baptist church, with Mrs. Jack Baskin, 130 South Lake street. THURSDAY 2 p. Loyal Berean class of First Christian church.

with Mrs. Glenn Lake, 117 South Palm street. WEDNESDAY p. Ponca Women's department of Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, with Mrs. Clifton A.

Lewis, 412 West Ponca avenue. THURSDAY p. Women's association First Presbyterian church, ing at church. p. Catholic Women's league, at church club room.

2 p. Loyal Progressive class of First Christian church, with Mrs. H. F. Allspaugh, 1108 South Sixth street.

7:30 p. Yohoma club of First Methodist church, with Mrs. Arlie Ledbetter, 910 South Eighth street. DAR Meeting Time Changed To 9:30 a. m.

Tuesday A meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution, originally scheduled for 1 p. m. Tuesday, will be held at 9:30 a. m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.

Merle Paynter, 306 South Eighth street. Today's Needlework LOVELY BASSINETTES A 5748 By MRS. ANNE CABOT Make your own bassinette, it's easily done. A large sized market basket is covered with unbleached muslin, then padded with chintz, lovely pink or blue crepe or quilted satin. Lace, net, organdy or dotted scrim makes the flounces and an ordinary bed pillow makes baby's mattress.

Pattern No. 5748 consists of directions for covering bassinettes, material requirements, finishing directions. Send 20c in COINS. your name, address and the PATTERN NUMBER to ANNE CABOT, The Ponca City News, 530 So. Wells Street, Chicago 7, Ill.

fa*gANS USED FURNITURE We Buy, Sell and Trade 2134 or 3568 218 W. Grand YA DID WE GOTTA JEST TWISTED DOVEY'S CALLIN' TH' DOC. VETERINARIAN POOR DEAR HE'S GIT A DOCTOR TH' HOKY MEAN WHEN HE'S I'M PERFICKLY AWRIGHT, LAY OVER THEM IF YA DOCTOR BLEEVER IS OUT DOCTOR PLEASE DON'T CAN'T SIT DOWN LAY DOWN GLOCKENSPIEL IS COMING A Hamlin I'M AFRAID OF QUICK TRUCK WAS (OOFF THIS LET ME SMOKES! AND SINCE IN BETTER MAKE HIM YOU'VE ESCAPED. IS COMFORTABLE. HE'S 000F DOP a Syndicate, ALLEY Loyal Berean Members Will Meet This Week GLENN LAKE, 117 South Palm street, at 2 p.m.

ThursMRS. day will be hostess to members of the Loyal Berean class of First Chrisian church. Assisting her will be Mrs. Lillie Childres, Mrs. Robert Sweeney, Mrs.

Fred Sherbon and Mrs. B. C. Widener. Mrs.

Frank Prouty will present a devotional service, and Mrs. D. E. Spencer will have charge of a program. Special School Classes Cancelled for Tomorrow Classes at the local special school will, not be held Wednesday, according to J.

Win Payne, superintendent of schools. They were cancelled because the two instructors, Mrs. Norman Jensen and Mrs. Ivan May, will be in Norman, where they will visit the clinical psychological unit on the campus of the University of Oklahoma. Mrs.

Jensen and Mrs. May will also confer with Dr. W. B. Lemmon, who is head of the service and who has been in Ponca City several times conducting psychological examinations.

Also going to Norman that day will be J. Win Payne, who will participate in a panel at the adult conference to be in session there. C. A. Pickel, supervisor of vocational education.

at head the histh school, diversified and Tom occupations course at the high school, will also attend the adult education conference. March of Dimes Boxes On Blackwell Counters BLACKWELL Coin collection boxes for the annual March of Dimes drive Saturday were placed in business houses all over the city. It is not planned to make a door to door or business house campaign and individual contributions are re to be sent to the Junior Chamber of Commerce. To gain funds for the drive a va- SANITIZOR CLEANER By Airway With Eleven Attachments Call for Free check-up on your old cleaner. And free demonstration.

Authorized Service Supplies BERT HILL Dealer-Phone 1132-J H. M. Maxwell Optometrist 221 East Grand ERWIN RADIO Repair Service on all make radios, combinations, and record players. 320 E. Oklahoma Phone 528 Engineer Named For Scout Pool A meeting of the special campaign committee of the Will Rogers council of scouting held Saturday afternoon in Stillwater.

The group, headed by P. S. Donnell of Oklahoma A. M. college, is charge of plans for a swimming pool to be constructed at the council camping area near Cleveland.

Present were E. O. Glover and Ray R. Matoy of Ponca City, Floyd McVickers of Guthrie, Floyd Mugler of Perry and Thell Woods, Cushing. A contract for engineering on the scout camp pool was let to Paddick engineers of Oklahoma City, buildpools and engineers on the Contia more than 1,500 swimming nental in Ponca City.

The pool is to be completed by June 1. A financial drive is now in progress the council to gain funds with which to improve the camp site. riety show and dance will be held January 28. The variety show will be Electric park pavilion at 7:30 p. m.

The dance location has been moved to the new floor at the Blackwell armory. The Camp Fire Girls will handle the concessions at both the variety show and the dance. Mrs. H. R.

Page will be in charge of the girls. creation which is probably the "dream dress" of Maurice Rentner's collection. The skirt owes its to multiple incredible, alternating straightness and fulness which would serve as a geometric study in circles and elipses. The full-skirted print dress Piano Workshop Slates Meeting for Wednesday REGULAR meeting of the A Piano Workshop of the Ponca City Music club has been scheduled for 9:30 a. m.

Wednesday at the studio of Mrs. Homer Dodge Caine, East Grand avenue. Featured on the program will be of a portion of the book, "Playing the Piano for given by Mrs. Ernest Nelson. During the meeting, music for the piano ensemble will be reviewed.

Trowbridge Attends Party in Oklahoma City Miss Jane Trowbridge Sunday was a guest at a shower given in Oklahoma City to honor Miss Patty Foltz, who, will become the bride of Albert Johndrow of Enid on January 29. Hostess was Mrs. Robert L. Patton, who entertained at home of her mother, Mrs. J.

Lewis Williams. Dorcas Class to Meet Members of the Dorcas class of First Baptist church will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday for a covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jack Baskin, 130 South Lake street. Epsilon Sigma Alpha Will Meet Thursday Members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority will meet at 8 p.

m. Thursday at the home of Miss Zudora Chitwood, 303 South Sixth street. Mrs. Alma Moore will be After a brief business session, the evening will be spent knitting, crocheting and textile painting. James Paris Is Named To Office in Sigma Nu STILLWATER James Paris, Ponca City, a junior in the school of commerce at Oklahoma A.

has been elected to an office in the A. M. division of the Sigma Nu fraternity. Paris was elected official recorder of the organization at an electoral meeting Thursday night. The group, of which the former Ponca City student is a member, is a social fraternity on the campus.

silk that plays a pink Chinese mosaic against one of plum-purple, is an example of the Empire influence on spring fashions. Designer Martini manipulates the fabric's blockprint motifs to fashion a corseleted band from which stems full skirt and a high-busted Empire-styled bodice. Pre-Nuptial Shower Honors Miss Penisten A a Colleen pre-nuptial courtesy to will Miss become the bride of John Ramsey, Sunday Mrs. R. O.

Martin, 403 North Fourth street, Saturday afternoon entertained at kitchen shower. Carrying out the kitchen shower theme, a red checkered cloth ornamented the gift table. Refreshments carried out the shower theme. Prize winners during afternoon were Miss Marilyn Miller, Miss Sue Baughman and Mrs. Harry Barrick.

Other guests were Miss LeEtta Selvey, Miss Eva Jean Wikle, Miss Charlene Hull, Miss Betty Whitlow, Miss Phyllis Schreckengost, Miss Sue Dutton, Miss June Livingston, Miss Patsy Chance, Mrs. Guy Tetirick, Mrs. David Lane, Mrs. Pauline Penisten and the honoree. Miss Penisten is a daughter of Pauline Penisten, 509 South Ninth street, Ramsey is a son of Mr.

and Mrs. John Ramsey of Wichita Falls, Texas, formerly of Ponca City. Art Flower Shop Prompt Free Delivery 214 S. 8th Phone 171 Night Calls 1848 We Sell BUICK SERVICE and Our mechanics are factory trained F. A.

Jennings Motor Co. AUTO PAINTING Body and Fender Work 20 Yrs. Experience R. C. McCARTY GARAGE 115 S.

First Phone 54 SANTA LATE? "Never too your WURLITZER!" EVEN though Christmas is past a Wurlitzer piano will thrill the entire family. Use Christmas gift money to complete the enjoyment of your home. You will find tone quality and beauty that has no equal, when you inspect our complete selection of Wurlitzer planes. HENOWETH MUSIC CO. The Most Complete Music Store in Northern Oklahoma Homer R.

Luther, Co-Owner Manager 316 E. Grand Phone 1475 Ponca City CARBURETOR SERVICE AUTO ELEC. CO. Grand at the Railroad Ph. 23 BUY BONDS 08 We aren't bookkeepers BUT WE CAN SUBTRACT FIGURES FOR YOU We haven't an adding machine, but we are the most FIGURE-MINDED business in town.

We can SUBTRACT pounds and inches, and ADD to your appearance, health and comfort. Automatic lounge tables do all the work. Lose inches where you need to Watch your pep go up as Regain your normal measurements. Your weight goes down. Open Daily 8 a.

m. to 8 p. m. Free Trial Treatment. No Obligation Stauffer TRADE NAME REGISTERED East Grand Elsie Robison Phone 1021 EG O' COURSE, NOT PD SORT O' LIKE KIDS ALWAYS ACT THAT WAY WAS LISTENIN' TO GUESS IT'S PLAYIN' EVERY NIGHT TO PLAY SOME TO NEW KIDS SHOULD YOU RECITE EASY WHEN AFTER SCHOOL GIVES BUT ALL TH' KIDS I LIKE OTHER KIDS CAN 8 YOUR SURE LESSON KNEW YOU SCHOOL.

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