The El Reno American (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1955 Page: 2 of 12
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Bridal Shower Honors
Miss Leighton Tuesday
Mrs. G. J. Harrison and Miss
Bett.ve Harrison. 220 North 0,
were hostesses at a bridal shower
Tuesday evening honoring Miss
Shirleen Leighton, bride-elect of
Corporal Joseph Hauenstein. Miss
Leighton is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Leighton. 319
North Donald, and the prospect-
ive bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. 0. Hauenstein, 116
South Miles. A miniature bride
doll centered the lace covered gift
table and a yellow and green col-
or scheme was earned out in all
Guests present were Mi's. James
Worthington, Mrs. Charles Potts,
Mrs. H. R. Swagerty, Mrs. E. F.
Bradford and Carolyn, Mrs. J. 0.
Hauenstein, Mrs. Vernon Vietzke,
Mrs. Mary Vieweg. Mrs. L. C.
Broyles, Mrs. 1. N. Freeman, Mrs.
Frank Knight, Mrs. Ruth Bloom
and Walter, Mrs. Otto Mitchell,
jr., and Max, Mrs. H. B. Need-
hham and Delitha, Mrs. G. W.
Leighton, Mrs. R. L. Cummings,
Miss Joy Keller, Mrs. W. L. Potts,
Mrs Cleon Winslow, Mrs. J. N.
Lovett, Mrs. Jim McGinley, Mrs.
B. C. Ledbetter, Miss June Keller,
Mrs. V. E. Collins, and Mrs. A.
Gifts were sent by Mis. Bill
King and Mrs. Eatella Richuber.
Oklahoma City; Mrs. James Em-
mert, Bethany; Miss Mary Evelyn
Freeman, Shawnee; Mrs. Otto
Mitchell, Mrs. Dewey Carroll.
Mrs. L. G. Keller, Mrs. Dale Sor-
rels, Mrs. Burle Swagerty. Mrs.
E. L. Potts. Mrs. C. E. Leighton,
Mrs Sam Lakin, Mrs. Albert
White, Mrs. M. R. Bayne, Helen
Swagerty, and Mrs. Leslie Guth.
State AAUW Official
To Be Guest At Dinner
The El Reno branch ol Ameri-
can Association of University Wo-
men will have a «30 dinner-
meeting this evening in the home-
making room of the El Reno high
school. Guest speaker will be
Miss Mary Bailey of Chickashu,
who is stale treasurer of the
AAUW. Miss Bailey, who re-
ceived her BA and MA degrees
trom the University ol Oklahoma
and a BA degree from the Okla-
homa College for Women. Chick-
ashu, teaches history in the junior
high school at Chickashu. She
has served us president, vice pres-
ident and secretary of the Chick-
usha branch of AAUW.
Miss Marjorie Sams, who lives
in El Reno but teaches in Chick-
ashu junior high school and is a
member of the Chickasha branch
of AAUW, will accompany Miss
Ladies Golf Club Has
Dinner For Husbands
Sunday afternoon the Ladies
Golf club had mixed foursomes
at the Country club followed with
a 6 o’clock dinner at the club
house. Balls were won by Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Davis, Mrs. H. C.
Brown and Ethan Ashley.
Others present included Dr.
Brown and his nephew, H. C Hall
of Davenport, Iowa, and W. C.
Hall of Tipton, Iowa, houaeguests
in the Brown home. Mrs. Ethan
Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Mor-
dv Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sharp,
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dulmage, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Franklin, Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Davis. Mr. and Mi's.
Floyd Leftdy, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gar-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Swaim,
Mr. and Mrs. John Mueller, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Francis Porta. Mr.
and Mre. C. A. Evans, and Mrs.
S. R. Reville,
Jan Modralt Celebrates
Birthday With Party
Jan Mod rail was honored by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Modrall, 409 South Hoff, with a
party Friday afternoon in cele-
bration of her third birthday.
Guests present were Sharon
Strong, Melissa Biggert, Smitty
Wilson, Douglas Dozier, Linda Ar-
nold, Jake Fox. Marsha Blair,
Melody London, Bridget Ward,
Donna Brown, and Randy and
Adults present were Jan’s grand-
mother, Mrs. N. P. Modrall, and
Mrs. Bill Biggert, Mis. Richard
Dozier, Mrs. Robert Arnold. Mrs.
John Fox, Mrs. James Blair, Mrs.
Harry Ward, and Mrs. Don Brown.
Past Matrons Club Has
Meeting In Maxey Home
The Past Matrons dub met on
Monday evening at ;he home of
Mrs. Clyde Maxey, 7:9 South
Barker, for a regular meeting. Co-
hostesses were Mrs. Glenn Geyer,
Mrs. Theo Seikel and Mrs. Ben
T. Flynn, Mrs. E. H. Fuchs, pres-
ident, was in charge of the busi-
ness session. Following iht meet-
ing, game* of bingo cana>ta and
bridge wrre playtd
Members present were Mrs.
Catharine Lemon, Mrs. Dorothy
Lorenzen Mrs Pearl Gateka, Mts.
W. P. Crites, Mrs. Sam Wallace,
Mrs. Maurice Thompson, Mrs Dell
Ridgeway, Mrs. H. 0. Moon, Mrs.
Ceo»'ge Huict, Mrs. J. A. Haw-
kins. Mrs. W. H. Schroeder Mrs.
Rav Laughlin, Mrs. J. G. Roberts.
Mrs. M. C. Hoard, Mrs. R. J. Price
and Mrs. Charles Draper.
A family picnic will be held
June 3 in Adams park
Mrs. Erbar Is Hostess
To Tulip Club Monday
Mrs. Nancy Erbar, 819 South
Ellison, was hostess to members
of the Tulip unit of the Flower
Garden club Monday afternoon.
Roll call was answered with a
favorite poem, and Mrs. Erbar en-
tertained the group with two
poems. Mis. Sam Freeman and
Mrs. F. E. Bailey were appointed
to present the lesson at the next
During the social hour binge
was played with Mrs. Lola Fed-
derson receiving high score for
guests and Mrs. George Purcell
high score lor members. Other
guests were Mrs. Milne McDon-
ald. Mrs. Harold Erbar, and Mis.
Members present included Mrs.
B. M. Campbell, Mrs G. W. Coop-
er, Mrs. Harry Garreii, Mis. Flor-
ence Spears, Mrs. 0. 0. Tollof-
son. Mrs. W. W. Jones, and Mrs.
Club Members Complete
Plans For Trip To Zoo
The Young Women’s Entertain-
ment club made plans to take
their children to the zoo in Ok-
lahoma City on May 12 during the
meeting Tuesday. Hostess for the
afternoon was Mrs. S. M. Cook,
2454 Towns End drive. Mrs. R P.
Abel and Mrs. Phil Rice wore high
score winners in games of can-
Other members present were
Mrs. Harry Herbcrger, jr., Mrs.
Ralph Monroe, Mrs. Robert All-
ring, Mrs. H. L. Simes, and Mrs.
Next regular meeting will be
May 17 when Mrs. Herberger, jr.,
will entertain with a 1 o’clock
luncheon at her home, 529 South
Mrs. Fiscus President
Of Senior Center Club
Mrs. L. 1. Fiscus was elected
president Wednesday afternoon at
the organization meeting of the
El Reno Senior Center club.
Other officers of the group in-
cluded Mrs. B. W. Roblyer, vice-
president; Mrs. Carrie Hamby,
secretary and Mrs. Francis
Sixteen members answered in-
vitations and were on hand for the
affair. Mrs. Fiscus issued an in-
vitation for any men or women
over 5(f to attend the next meeting
scheduled May 18 in the home of
Mrs. B. W. Roblyer, 703 North
Birthday Party Fetes
I. W. Douglas Thursday
Mrs. I W. Douglas, 1108 South
Ellison, entertained on Thursday
evening with a surprise birthday
party honoring her husband, I. W.
Douglas, on his birthday anni-
Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Clinard of McLourt,
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Booth. Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Dozier, and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Canon.
Tuesday Players Club
Mrs. Herman Merveldt and Mrs.
Paul Mason were guests of the
Tuesday Players club when tliey
met Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
C. A. Mason, 719 South Macomb.
High score favors went to Mrs.
S. R. Reville and Mrs. H. A. Mor-
Next meeting will be May 9i
with Mrs. Morris. 211 North Bar-
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Ham and Chicken Casserole (Make! 6 to I aervlnra)
One and one-half cups water, 4 cup nonfat dry milk, 3 table-
spoons flour, 1 teaspoon salt, dash pepper, 1 tablespoon Worcester-
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cubed), 2 cups cooked rue (% cup uncooked), 1 cup diced cooked
ham, 1 cup diced cooked chicken, 1 4 cups cooked lima beans, 1 can
(3-ounces) mushrooms, drained; 2 tablespoons diced pimento.
Pour water into top of double boiler. Sprinkle nonfat dry milk
powder, flour, salt and pepper over surface; add Worcestershire
sauce. Beat with rotary beater until smooth. Add cheese.
Cook over hot water, stirring constantly, until slightly thickened.
Combine remaining ingredients in 2-quart casserole. Pour cheese
sauce over mixture; stir until just blended. Bake in a moderate
oven (350 degrees F ), about 30 minutes, or until mixture begins
Ham and Baked Bean* (Yield: 12 serving!)
Four cups (2 pounds) dried beans, cold water, 2 medium onions,
sliced; 4 teaspoons salt, 4 cup catsup, 4 cup unsulphured molasses,
2 tablespoons vinegar, 4 teaspoon Tabasco, 2 teaspoons dry mus-
tard, one 4-pound ham shank.
Wash beans, Cover generously with cold water; soak overnight.
Add onions and salt. If necessary, add additional water to cover
beans; bring to boiling point in covered saucepan. Simmer 1 hour
Drain and save 3 cups bean liquid, adding water to make 3 cup
If necessary. Mix bean liquid with catsup, unsulphured molasses,
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Place ham in pan or large earthenware casserole which can be
J. 0. Randolph, Work Unit Coniarvationlit
East Canadian County SCD Nawi
Again the technicians at the
Work Unit wish to remind farmers
desiring assistance, to contact the-
office at El Reno, or the men in
the field. There are only three
technicians assigned to the Dis-
trict, and they do not have time
to hunt fanners up to see if they
R. L. Fry, Yukon, likes King-
ranch bluestem for grazing. This
grass produces well on the soils
except where drainage is a prob-
lem. Fry has been harvesting seed
each year, in addition to the pas-
ture. Kingranch bluestem in the
growing stage has 11 % crude pr - /
tein. This is comparable with big
bluestem, Indian and switch grass,
the better of the native tall gras-
ses, Fry has planted 20 acres more
%to Kingsranch. This grass wi h-
stands heavier grazing than tne
other native grasses. Its habit ol
laying along the ground prevents
being grazed too close.
Technicians have been asked to
assist many farm youths during
the last week regarding soil clas-
ses and how to determine tht
capabilities, and also the treatment
to give certain land classes.
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casserole treat for vou.
covered. Put brans around h; in; add liquid mixture. B*.kc in -io#
oven (325 decrees r.) i Lour and 20 minutes. Uncover; remove
Remove rind from hum, cqt into medium size pieces;
Bake teni’.s iitu v** vl 1 • our ami 40 minutes longci.
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| SERVICE OFFICER TO MISS
Due to the fact that Harold
DeBerry, state service officer for
veterans, will be on vacation next
week, the El Reno post of the
American Legion announces that
the regular Monday morning visit
by Mr. DeBerry will be cancelled
and the office will be closed. How-
ever, J. Charley Burger, local
service officer, reports that Mr.
DeBerry will resume his weekly
visits at the post headquarters the
ATTENDS DAR CONVENTION
Miss Mary Ashbrook returned
Saturday from Washington. D. C.
where she attended the national
convention of Daughters of the
American Revolution as an alter-
nate delegate of the Oklahoma
City chapter. Enroute home she
attended the sessions of the Mid-
west Hospital Assn, held at Kansas
City. Hospital Supt. and Mrs.
Bob Trimble also attended the
Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton
of Pomona, Calif., are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cope, 034 S.
Infant Twin* Buried
In Graveside Rites
Graveside rites were conducted
Thursday afternoon in the El ‘Reno
cemetery for the stillborn infant
son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Jackson, route 3, who
were born Wednesday in an El
Survivors* in addition to the
parents include a sister, Helen
Louise, and a brother, Lonnie Carl,
both of the home; the paternal
grandparents/ Mr. and Mrs. P.
W. Jackson, route 3; and the ma-
ternal grandmother, Mrs. J. W.
Patterson, route 3.
Services were under the super-
vision of the Wilson funeral home.
Mrs. Cox of Los Angeles, Calif.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ry Schweibert and other friends
A Salute To El Reno’s 1955
Mother Of The Year
And Her Wonderful Family!
Seriously Injured In
A former El Reno youth, Dave
Heitzman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raleigh Heitzman, of Granger,
Wash., remains in serious condi-
tions in a Toppinish, Wash., hos-
pital from injuries suffered in a
car accident April 28 near his
The injured youth is a grandson
of Mrs. F. M. Heitzman, 800 West
Mrs. Oval Organbright and
daughter, Orvelle, of Nederltn^
Tex., who have been guests or
Mrs. Organbright’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Sharp, northeast
of El Reno( expect to leave Fri-
day for their home.
George Young, former El Reno
resident, is undergoing treatment
at U.S. Veterans hospital, Room
614 (West 6th) Oklahoma City.
FOR 43 YEARS THE JONES FURNITURE
COMPANY hat been catering to the needs of El
Reno Mothers and their families. This year finds
R. F. Jones and R. F. Jones, jr., still taking care of
the furniture needs of El Reno and its trade area.
Come in today and choose something for your
Mother's Day Gift.
In the picture here are Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Blanton and their children (I. to r.) David, Janice
and Bobby, 2433 Town's End drive. Mrs. Blanton
was named El Reno’s Mother of the Year for 1955
by the local Jaycee Jaynes. She takes part in many
activities of the Wesley Methodist church, is pres-
ident of the Lincoln school PTA and has been
elected to head the PTA council for next year. She
is also active in the Damrosch Music club. Mr.
Blanton is employed as assistant record clerk at
the El Reno Reformatory. The Mother of the Year
is the former Miss Greta Carter, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Carter, 908 South Ellison.
... and a Salute to All Mothers on Their Special Day, Sunday, May 8th
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Crump, Donald. The El Reno American (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1955, newspaper, May 5, 1955; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912302/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.