The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 190, Ed. 1 Friday, October 10, 1952 Page: 3 of 6
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Friday, October 10,1952
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
UNION CITY, Oct. 10. - Plans
were made for the annual bazaar
to be held Oct. 26 when the Altar
society met Thursday afternoon In
the basement of the school.
Members present were Mrs. John
Oatz, Mrs. E. M. Wehellng, Mrs.
John Wehellng, Mrs. Victor Ket-
ter, Mrs. Harold Rogers, Mrs. Anna
Mlchalicka, Mrs. Leo Radtke, Mrs.
B. Demmer, Mrs. Leo Demmer. Mrs.
Anthony Dries, Mrs. Bertha Hepp-
ler, Mrs. A1 Ross, Mrs. Delburn
Mrs. Dwanne Ross, Mrs. Ben
Bosler, Mrs. Benno Bosler, Mrs.
Louis Bosler, Mrs. G. p. Schumach-
er, Mrs. Will Carel, Mrs. Lawrence
Carel, Mrs. Fred Boevers, Mrs. Fred
Rice, Mrs. Albert Menz and Mrs
Guests for the afternoon were
Mrs. Leo Madeiras, Mrs. Frank
Bixby of Newton, Kan., Mrs. Will
Mushaffen of LeRoy, N. Y„ Mrs
Jack Lundy and Miss Angela Dem-
The white elephant was won by
Mrs. Louis Bosler.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Anderson,
Miss Joan Nutt of Modesto, Calif.,
spent Sunday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Kit Carson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roderick
and family of Wichita, Kan., were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Airman Third Class Florance
Sallenger spent thp week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Miss Barbara Ann Essary of Sul-
phur was the week-end guest of
Miss Marjorie Nell Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. James Telford, Mrs.
Lena Pierre of Dwight, 111., and
Miss Kate Boevers returned Thurs-
day eveing from a three-day trip
to Carlsbad Caverns. They were
supper guests Friday evening of Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Boevers.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Pinkston
spent Sunday with relatives in
Francis Wallace of May spent
Friday night in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. LeRoy Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. Quinton McMahan
spent Saturday evening in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McMahan.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Patzack spent
the week-end in Fort Worth, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Musshaffen of
LeRoy, N. Y., are visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bixby of
Newton, Kan., visited relatives here
Annette Albers was elected best
citizen for the first six weeks in
the first and second grades. Best
citizen in the third and fourth
grades was Johnie Dunkle and Car-
ol Wood was chosen best citizen for
the fifth and sixth grades.
New officers in the freshman
class include Lewis Wartchow,
president; Rowen Brown, vice
president; Mary Ann Sweeney,
secretary; Patsy Amos, treasurer;
Mary Ann Radtke, reporter, Mr.
and Mrs. Olen Taylor, class parents.
The class selected Mrs. Robert An-
nis for their sponsor.
El Reno (Okla.J Daffy Tribune
Hunly B. Cobble. 69. and Itaskia
Marie Stumpff, 58, both of El Reno.
Jennie Parker and James E. Park
er to Voilet Castle Cooksey, trustee
for Will Roy Heinrich. Part of 32-
Esther Mae Johnson and Esther
Mae Garner to Clifford Jackson
and Helen Jackson. Part of 5-12-7.
D. P. Richardson and Mont.ve R.
Richardson to Jack Eiseman and
Ruth Eiseman. Lots 15, 18. 17 and
18, block 54, Sherman, otherwise
known as Union City.
Frank J. Oatz and Mayme Gatz
to D. P. Richardson. Lots 15 and
16, block 54, Sherman.
Q. Is it considered proper to use
bread for sopping up the gravy
in one's dinner plate?
A. Yes, if done in the right way
—by putting a small piece of bread
down on the gravy, and then eat-
ing it with the fork as though it
were any other helping on your
Q. How should gifts and flowers
received during an illness be ack-
A. If the patient is too ill to
acknowledge the gifts promptly,
notes of thanks should be written
as sbon as possible after recovery.
Q. When the Wedding is to be
double-ring ceremony, does the
bridegroom buy his own ring as
well as that of hia bride?
A. No; the bride buys his ring.
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Kennedy and
family and Mrs. George Kennedy
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Griffith
and family of Cushing, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Meirs of Kingfisher and
George Houston visited Sunday in
the Truman Griffith home.
Mrs. T. M. Henricksen and Mrs.
Marvin Stokes and children spent
Saturday in Oklahoma City.
Miss Retha Ann Palmore of El
Reno spent the week-end with the
Arthur Meade family.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. McCabe en-
tertained a group of relatives over
Miss Viola Randall, an employe
of the Oklahoma City telephone
company, spent the first part of the
wt\k with Mr. and Mrs. Newton
Lee McBee and sons, Albert and
Lloyd, called on Miss Carrie Ros-
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Gragg and
family were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Odell Ledbetter.
Pat Tech of Oklahoma City spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Henricksen.
Mrs. Carl Magby called on Miss
Carrie Roscum Monday morning.
George Leighton of El Reno and
Truman Griffith attended a re-
union of the 57th division, company
G, field artillery of World War I
Sunday at Taloga.
Miss Pauline Reimers spent the
week-end with relatives here. She
is a telephone operator in the Ok-
lahoma City office.
Mrs. Helen Keller called in the
Carrie Roscum home Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. John W. James of
Oklahoma City spent the week-end
with the Harman and James fam-
ilies and attended the reception for
Mr. and Mrs. O. McDowell Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Lyle have
announced the birth of an eight
pound and four ounce son on Oct.
2. He has been named Marlin
Duane. Mrs. Lyle is the former Bet-
Mrs. Ocy Andrews returned Wed-
nesday from a visit with her
daughters, Mrs. A. B. Powell and
Mrs. E. Walbaum.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
—Photo by Warren’s Studio
R. L. MILLER
TY. L. MILLER, El Reno route
2, came to El Reno 15 years
ago from Quinton.
Born at Mountain Springs, Tex.,
he attended school at Burns City,
He is a member of the Masonic
lodge, the Disabled American
Veterans, American Legion, Mod-
ern Woodmen, and the Wesley
His hobbies are fishing and
Miller, co-partner with Mrs.
Miller in operation of Millers’
cafe, lives east of the city.
WE HAVE PAID
fiOL lnterest On Baring*
W /0 For Over n Year.
Selected Investments Corp.
Ill E. Woodson — Phone 82
DATE-FILLED COFFEE RING________________30c
HOME-MADE LOAF ____________15c
★ Butter Bread * Raisin Bread ★ French Bread
★ 100% Whole Wheat Loaf ★ Soy Bean Loaf
★ Cinnamon Loaf ★ Salt-free Bread
MRS. A. C. McCANN, WEST OF CITY
Won This Week’s Week-End Supply of Bread and
Pas trie*. Sign Our Guest Book When You’re By Here!
213 South Bickford
Paramount's Big Four-Star Hit!.„
Funnier than The F&leface.
The frost is on the pumpkin
and the bite is on you men to
attend The Everett Poole Men’s
Bible Class Sunday morning in
the basement of the First Pres-
The lesson by Mr. Bergner
Will be centered on the beati-
tudes in the Oospel of St.
Matthew. They contain the
central teachings of Jesus, the
very heart and spirit of His life.
To understand these teachings
life. You will want to hear
will be Ladles’ Night Oct. 15 at
paredby Floyd Leidy and "his
past dinners I The entertainment
will be centered around Miss
Nadine Bynum, the young lady,
entertainers and it Is truly going
to be n great night. Get your
reservations in Sunday morning
at the CENTRE
Sunday • Monday • Tuesday
See Oklahoma's Own Mickey
Mantle and AlUe Reynolds win
OPEN SATURDAY, SUNDAY 1.00—MON. TUBS. 1:30
Where Else Could You Get so Many Laffs for 10c-40c-50e
Donald Duck Cartoon
Showing 5 Days! Thru Tuesday! _
JNEXT WED. “SPRINGFIELD RIFLE” GARY COOPER
Starring Oklahoma’s Own
Wild excitement! Wild Thrills I
• CO-HIT «
Frances Langford “Purple Heart Dairy’’
October Is “First”!
Showing at same date or within
« icw uays ui uKianoma Cityl
“Willie and Joe Back at The Front”
“The Big Sky”
“The Crimson Pirate”
“The Quiet Man”
Snowball A A*
APPI K Washington IQ*
nilUil Delicious_________lb. I Tv
SQUASH S;wor_______Wbs. 25c
CASH SAVINGS ’
Mrs. Newton Randall were Mr. and
Mrs. P.ay Burnett and family of
Kingfisher, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy
Townsend and family of Dover and
Mrs. Hazel Van Gundy and Mrs.
N. Ankney Were Tuesday evening
callers in the home of Mrs. George
Mrs. Terry Nowka and sons, Steve
and Neal, of Weatherford who spent
several days with Mr. and Mrs.
George Bullock, returned home
’Round our market—’round the week—every price is
a low price every day! And that means you “check-
out” with cash savings ... BIGGER CASH SAVINGS
... every time you shop here. You’ve tried the rest—
now shop the best! Shop ALLISON’S where you get
the top quality foods you prefer for good tasting
goodness—yet save more money in the bargain! And
our market’s full of just such bargains to make sure
you check out with savings—every day!
CANNED MEAT SPECIALS
DOG FOOD * 2 T-n, 29c
MILNOT r 3 * 32c
Yellow-------2-lb. Bag Ojl
Popular Brands OO
Carton of 10 Packs
Campbell’s Cream ef
No. 2V2 Size.
4 to 7-lb, Avg.
U. S. Choice or Good
Veal Shoulder Cuts_________lb.
U. 8. Good
PORK LIVER . 90*
U. S. Good
HmntkM* (pith Anlnn* IK
COD FILLETS.,., lb. 38c PEACH FILLETS, lb. 45c CATFISH FILLETS, lb. 59c HAliBUT STEAKS lb. 69c
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 190, Ed. 1 Friday, October 10, 1952, newspaper, October 10, 1952; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc919669/m1/3/: accessed June 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.