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Where he was pleased 'told-timers". Wiggins, Omak, n, is presently visit- and family, Mr. s. Fay Jones and family. says he has found a most pleasant place the pos sib- eking his home here. erna Harris was happy sisters, Mr s. Doro- ~is, Seattle, Washing- Mrs. Macie Myatt, l, as guests this past Hank Melton, Seattle, is presently visiting s, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- and her brother, Mrs. Bill McGlnty. is the former McGinty. Mr. Mel- ~rrive Saturday and af- days, the Meltons to Ft. Worth, Tex- will visit his par- r. and Mrs. C. Melton. StiLlwater, spent with his grand- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell and her Mrs. Verna Her- Thursday sightseeing City. Among the things visited was Hall of Fame. Mrs. John Gent, visited Saturday with s. Roy Gent. They fishing. Mrs. Tom Hopper, ~re Sunday visitors McLaughlln. Mrs. s the former Joan Murphy, and other relatives in the area. They will visit with their uncle, Dale Murphy and family, Ft. Worth, Texas, be- fore returning to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sears, Mrs. Sam Kennemer and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pock, Stillwater, and Mrs. Maude Davis were Sunday dinner guest with Mr. and Mrs. Buck Hyde, Gerber. Mrs. Hyde is the former Em- ma Kennemer. Mr. and Mrs. Vaul McCuis- lion, Cushing, were Saturday callers on Mrs. Veda Grooms. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sneed, Stillwater, were Sunday visit- ors with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Blanchard. Darren Rose, Tulsa, spent the paxt week with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. bester Rose Sr., Stlllwater. Tuesday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tucker were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weide, Yates Center, Kansas. Mrs. Anna Combes, Sand Springs, came to visit her bro- ther and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Castoe, Sunday. The Castoes were away and Mrs. Combes visited with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brinegar~ Yale, were Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tuck- er. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burnett and children left for Clovis, New Mexico, Sunday, to attend funeral services for Mr. Bur- nett~s grandfather. They will visit with friends and relatives in the area while there. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baevens and Leroy, all of Enid, C. P, Brittainv Mr. and Mrs. Sld Ro- gers, Mr. and Mr s. George Nor- man, all of Tulsa, Charles Nor- man, Galconda, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson and grandson Robert. The weekend was a happy time for all con- cerned. WORTHWHILE CLUB The Worthwhile Club met Tuesday with Edith Honeyman. The meeting was opened in regular form, the 18th Psalm was read by Mrs. Honeyman, the Lordts Prayer prayed in unison, and the flag salute given. The entire group signed a Get- Well card to be sent to Bessie Davison. Games were played and prizes won by Lucy Baker and Franie Brown. Refresh- ments of ice cream, strawber- ries and angel food cake were served to the following: Flor- ence Sawyer, Lucy Baker, Leta Olinghouse, Helen Marrs, Katie Price, Sepha Barrows, Dora Paxton, Golda Nelson, Franie Brown, and guests - Laura Be- thards and Ann Huff. The next meeting will be in the home of Ople Stuart. George Castoe spent the past week at home. He was "on leave" from the hospital at Tal- ahina. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cornell and Mrs. Castoe drove him back to the hospital Sunday afternoon, We willbe glad when he is home "for good~'. Rocky Burnett, Amarillo, Tex- as; is spending part of his va- cation with his family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burnett and child- ALL SUPER QUALIFY StlllwaterSs Most Complete Lawn and Garden Center N. Perkins Rd. 377-1225 (Just South of Swan Rubber Co. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barrows and children, Mr. and Mrs. Arth- ur Barrows and family, Ponca City, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bethards and children, Wash- Mrs. Alice Huff is spending sometime with her daughter and family in Texas. Already she is missed at the Senior Citizens~ Center. The In01an Education for Health Committee of the Dept. of the Interior and the Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare will meet July 19 and 20 be- tween 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the Indian Health area con- ference room, 388 Old Post Of- fice and Court House Building, Oklahoma City, Okla., Marvin Franklin, Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior for In- dian Affairs announced today. "The meeting lsto continue to develop ways and means of co- ordinating and improving edu- cation and health programs for Indians throughout the United States," Franklin indicated. The proposed agenda includes presentations by representa- tives of organizations interes- ted in Indian education and health programs. The meeting is open to the public. II II I SEAM TAPE BUCKLES BELTING ZIPPERS ODD BUTTONS BUTT ERICK PATTERNS APPLIQUES I Carpet Samples $0 i each 122nd SINGER BIRTHDAY SALE IN PROGRESS Janie's Sewir, Center 109 N, Main Stillwater , Okla. We have a credit plan designed to fit your budget. We also have a liberal trade-in policy. ^pp~ovEo s,~tEn OE^tt~ *A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY III III