The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 104, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 1, 1932 Page: 3 of 8
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1932.
Other Events of Interest
By Trllmiio t oriOH|H>n<icnl
Okarche, Juno 1. A wedding
which fame as a surprise to their
many friends, is the announce-
ment of the marriage of Miss l.P-
Han llenrtchH, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ptte lienrlchs of Okar-
ehe and Kldo Wojnhn, eon of
Mr. und Mrs. Fred Wojohn of
Okarche. Tlie ceremony look
place Saturday evening at 8. SO
o'clock at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Thlemer u( Oklahoma
Pity, with llev. A. t\ Ouhber-
Mrs. Wojohn, who Is an at-
tractive young lady of the au-
burn type, was lovely !u a gown
of Ivory crepe with white hat and
Mr. Wojohn, who was a mem-
ber of the Okarche high school
graduating class of 1928. Is as-
sociated with bis father in he
The young collide plan to make
their home in Okarche.
Another popular young eoup'e.
who surprised their friends hy
announcing their wedding, were
Miss Pearl Hkiuner, dailgh'er of
Mi and Mrs. Bert Skinner of
southwest of okarche, and Wilsou
Seim of Okarche.
Simplicity marlu-d the ceremony
which look place ai the home of
Hie bride's parents, uine mites
aoutbweal of here, at »lx o'clock
Saturday evening, I lie Vows being
read by Itev. W. K. Orlffilh of
Okarche, with the bride's mol her
and the groom's father acting as
Mrs, Senn, who I* a pretty
hrunmie, wore a rose crepe dress
made on the princes* style, with
long full skirt.
The bride attended tile Okarche
school, ami Is a graduate of ihe
class of 1929. loiter she at-
tended the t entfal Slate Trarb-r* j
College at Kdmond. For Ihe past
two years she lias been a popular
teacher at ihe Banner school.
Mr. Senn, who Is Ihe son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mill Senn of Okar-
die, Is a graduate of Ihe local
high w hool of the class of 1927.
Me Is •specially Interested In ath-
leilc. He Is a mechanic and at
present Is connected with Ihe
Following ihe ceremony dinner
was served lo Ihe Immediate rela-
tives of the bride and groom.
Haler the young couple left on a
honeymoon trip to points In Kan-
sas, Colorado, Teias and Sew
They will he at home In (Ikar-
che after April 1st.
Miss Cert rude Krltlenhrlnk left
Tuesday for an extended vacation
flip with friends which will In-
clude a visit at Si latulg and
point* lu Wisconsin and Canada.
Mr and Mr* U T. Phillips
and Mr*. F, C. Phillips spent
Monday in Kdmond.
Mr. John Mmlih and Mr. Tony
Smith spent Tuesday In Newkirk
with Father Smith.
Ml«s Katherine Schwari of Ok-
lahoma City, I* -pending two
weeks vacation with her parents.
Mr and Mrs. Mike Kchwart.
Funeral service* were held
Monday morning at * uo o'clock
at Holy Trinity Church for OVar
John Haueiisteln. son of Mr. and
Mrs J Oscar Maueavteln. aged
one year and two days, who died
Sunday morning. May 19th, at
ilo- .......... Mr and Mr*. W. M.
Mann, luau South Fill son. Kl
Item, following a short lllaess.
Interment wa* made in Holy
lie ta survived by hi* parents,
Mr and Mra. J. Oscar llauan
stein, and n alster, H*tty Marie
Hein lives and friends from out
Of-lown who nttended the funer-
al were Mr. and Mrs. W II.
Mann and Miss Helen Mann of
• Mr John II llaueas-
lelli, Oklahoma City, Mr. flao
Schwab, Oklahoma t'lty, and Mlgs
Barbara Kucha. Oklahoma t'Hy.
tleorge I lei iien of Trenton, Mn ,
visiled retatlvea here and at Kl
Hrno Sunday and Monday,
Paul Winger of O I', -pent
I the week-end In Okarche.
Mlsse* Isabel and Vllet|e I .nos-
en of Oklahoma Clly visited their
parents Sunday and Memorial day
Mis* Hen rude Schwari of Okla-
homa City spent Sunday tad
Mflhday With her parents. Mr ind
| Mi- I Vie S. liwart
Hilly llelnen of Tulsa visited
| relative, here Sunday
Mr and Mra Kd Klschen bad
I* ...... lor dinner Sun-
I.I..V Mr John llelnen and family
I of I I Menu and Heorge Heines
|.,t Tr- ill on Mo
Mlsa Pauline tlrah'«| of Ohlaho-
line i iiv Miss Pauline Wlagar.
I Ml»s list hr in Hsu and Paul Win
I Monday In Okeene
Mr. and Mra. John Han. Jr.,
I'M.,I Ml .... Mail.. Mail And Bar
lhars linn of Oklahoma City visit
Id I heir parent*, Mr and Mo
|ji>hn Hull. Si . Sunday
Mis* Hose Veih, Tony Velh and
II ...... ............ spent Mnuday In
M. H Kittle and Tad Moor* of
Inhlshoma city, transacted but
Itiess bar# TTedeevdly
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Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 104, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 1, 1932, newspaper, June 1, 1932; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918553/m1/3/: accessed June 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.