The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 182, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1948 Page: 3 of 6
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— Friday, October 1, 1948
Ei Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribuna
MBS. J. B. TRIBBLE
FETED AT SHOWER
Mrs. Steve Wilds, jr., of Banner,
honored Mrs. J. B Tribble, 910
South Gresham avenue, with a
stork shower Tuesday afternoon.
Prizes In the contest were won
by Mrs. Ernest Kisner. Mrs. Sadie
Bales and Mrs. J. Louis Emmert.
The honoree's table was deco-
rated beautifully with a lace cloth/
centered with a baby cradle hold-
ing a baby doll. Pink and blue
streamers were used to carry out
the infant motif.
Small favors, Similar to the table
centerpiece, were given to each
Mrs. Wilds was assisted in the
serving by Mrs. Ivan Moffat and
Mrs. Delfred Stroud.
Delicious refreshments were
served to Mrs. Kisner. Mrs. Bales.
Mrs. Emmert, Mrs. Ivan Arm-
strong, Mrs. R. C. Eichholz. Mrs.
E. R. Davis, Mrs. John Caldwell.
Mrs. H. A. Blevftis, Mrs. E. A.
Summers. Mrs. George Graham,
Mrs. Mary Eichholz, Mrs. M. Tay-
Past Matrons club. Covered dish
dinner at 6:30 p. m. in the home
of Mrs. E. N. Potts, 511 South
Ellison avenue. Hostesses, Mrs
Sam Wallace, Mrs. S. H. Poster
and Mrs. Edna McMahan Kelly.
Childcraft club. One o'clock
luncheon. Hostess, Mrs. A. D.
Spurlin, southeast of El Reno.
Eagles auxiliary. Business meet-
ing in Eagles hall. Meeting at 8
West Way club. One o'clock
luncheon. Hostess, Mrs. H. S. Mc-
Gee, 518 West Watts street. Mrs.
Emil Doeberitz, co-hostess.
Athenaeum club. Hostess, Mrs.
P. H. Morris, 600 South Williams
American Association of Univer-
sity Women. Pot luck dinner at 6.30
p. m. in the home economics de-
partment of Etta Dale junior high-
school. Mrs. Barbara Taylor Cala-
lor. Mrs. George Jones. Mrs. Cecil! han will be guest reader.
Ledbetter, Mrs. Perry Gough, Mrs. | TUESDAY
R. H. Stroud, Mrs. O. N. Glthens. Women's Christian Temperance
BY BAPTIST UNIT
The adult training union of the
Trinity Baptist church met for a
business session and social meeting
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Q. How can I remove a brown
stain that has formed at the base
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Mrs. Harvey Needham. 1801 East , „ . , . ...
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Kogers street. egar. place in the case, and scrub
Officers elected for the coming inside of the vase with a bottle
tear were Roy W. Bloom, president; brush.
Dewey Carroll, vice president; Mrs. q what is thc besl way ^ bake
W. Jay Wells, secretary: Mrs. E. G. cookies when one has no cookie
Henson, assistant secretary: A. C. tins?
Wright, Bible quiz leader: Mrs. A Bake them on the bottom of
Frank Knight and Mrs. Sylvan, an inverted pie plate. They will
Mrs. Bob Allen, Mrs. A. P. Allen,
Mrs. L. CL Eichholz and children,
Mrs. Charles Kehrer. Mrs. Claude
Campbell. Mrs. W. H. Gary. Mrs.
Ronald Brown, Mrs. Ivan Yount,
Mrs. Raymond Zwelacher, Mrs.
E. W. Oldfield and Mrs. Ed
Gifts were sent by Mrs. William
Cagle, Mrs. George Thompson,
Mrs. J. C. Woodard, Mrs. T. N,
Tribble. Mrs. George Roberson.
Mrs. Sam Curtis, Mrs. Mary Cur-
tis, Mrs. Allen Stroud. Mrs. Isaac
Long. Mrs. G. L. Pinkston and
Mrs. Bud Thompson.
* * *
MRS. H. A. BLEVINS
HOSTESS TO CLUB
Mrs. H. A. Blevins. 217 North
Evans avenue, was hostess Thurs-
day afternoon to members of the
New Hope Sewing club.
union Hostess, Mrs Fay Long, 619
North Bickford avenue.
Rebekah lodge. Meeting at 7:30
p. m. in the I. O. O. P. hall.
B. E. C. club. Hostess. Mrs. Ray
McCormack. 517 North Evans ave-
FOP, IOTA SIGMA
Members of Iota Sigma of the
Women's Christian Temperance
union met Thursday evening in
the parlors of the First Church of
The group was led In the sing-
ing of songs by Mrs. Loren Spurr,
while Mrs. Milton Davis accom-
panied at the piano.
Mrs. O. R. Romine led in prayer
and gave a brief talk on “Youth."
Mrs. Mary Reynolds, state or-
Thc meeting was opened with the fcanizer, of Oklahoma City, spoke
group repeating the Lord’s Prayer 0,1 7"he Meaning of Iota Sigma,
after which she acted as installing
officer for the Installation of new-
ly elected officers.
Those Installed were Mrs. Ray-
led by Mrs. Blevins. The roll call
was answered with a favorite Bible
Plans were made to send Mrs.
Oscar Williams and infant son. mond Davis, president; Mrs. Loren
Audie Lee. a gift. Spurr, vice president; Mrs. Milton
Davis, secretary; Mrs. Henrv L.
Thompson, treasurer; Mrs. Robert
Gaines, corresponding secretary;
Lovely refreshments were served
from a beautifully decorated lace
covered table, centered with a low
bowl of fall flowers. ’ Mrs. E. L. Marler. reporter.
Those enjoying the afternoon 1 Mrs. Spurr, retiring president,
were Mrs. W. A. Clovis, Mrs. George ■ presented each officer with a cor-
Bien, Mrs. W. H. Verges, Mrs. A. i sa6e of white carnations. Mrs.
Sriesel. Mrs. H. H. McFarland. -Mrs- Reynolds also was presented with
Walter Rowe, Mrs. C. H. Kepler, a Biff-
Jerry Wagner, Lanny Palmer. Ken-I The hostesses, Mrs. E. L. Mailer
dall Ray Bowers and the hostess. an<t Mrs. Henry Thompson, served
Frederick, group captains.
Members present were Mr. and
Mrs. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Bloom,
Mrs. Henson, Mr. Wright, Mrs.
Knight. Mrs. Frederick, Mrs. Need-
ham, son, Eugene, Mr. and Mrs.
J E. Holleman. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Reidling, Rev. and Mrs. E. V. John-
Delirious refreshments were
served at the close of the evening.
* * *
LYNN DAWSON IS
The Business and Professional
Women's club met Tuesday evening
in the homemaking department
rooms at the highschool with 18
Miss Helen Knight, chairman of
the international relations commit-
tee. introduced the speaker, Lynn
Dawson, program director of the
new radio station KCHE. He out-
lined the local radio programs
which will be on the air for the
first time Sunday. Oct. 3.
Mrs. I. W. Douglas, vice president,
presided over a short business
meeting in the absence of the pres-
ident. Miss Margaret Edsel.
Tire next meeting will be a
breakfast at the Oxford cafe on
Oct. 10. which will be the opening
event of Business Women’s week,
after which the club will attend
the First Presbyterian church ser-
vices In a body.
* * *
W. B A. MEMBERS
Members of Woman's Benefit
association convened Tuesday after-
noon in the I. O. O. F. hall for
the tegular meeting with a large
Mrs. H. H. Rollin. president,
presided over the business session
during which minutes from the pre-
vious meeting were read and ap-
proved. The chairman reported that
cards and flowers were sent to
several members and cards of
I hanks were read.
Plans were made for a covered
dish dinner in honor of Miss Daisy
Wathen of Tulsa, who has been
elected state field director of Okla-
homa to succeed Mrs. Laura V.
Puckett of Denison. Tex.
The next meeting will be held
Tuesday, Oct. 12. in the I. O O. F.
not burn so readily as when baked
in the pan.
Q. How can I prevent book ends
A. Glue a wide rubber band to
the bottom of each book end.
Mrs. E. L. Southard. 234 North
Donald avenue, was hostess Tues- |
dav afternoon to members of the 1
During a business session, ac-
tivities for the winter season were
discussed. The club also changed
the meeting day from Wednesday
to Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Wanda Simpson of Shaw-
nee was guest for the afternoon.
Mrs. Ra.ph Brown, who was
welcomed as a new member, re-
ceived the mystery package.
Delicious refreshments were
served to Mrs. R. T. Sneed. Mrs.
Dewey Carroll. Mrs. E. T. Elden-
burg, Mrs Amim Mullinax and
The next meeting will be Oct.
12 in the home of Mrs. Sneed, 1033
South Reno avenue.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Tex Hampton of
Piedmont were Sunday afternoon
callers in the Everett Meyer home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Lake and
daughter spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laub and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Laub and family Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Royse. Clif-
ford Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Dewar and family were callers in
the Everett Meyer home Friday
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Perkins. Mrs.
Florence Martin and Mrs. Dessie
Neal were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Andy Laub and family Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snelltng
and famil; were callers in the
A. B. Loganbill home Sunday eve-
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Perry and
family spent Sunday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harmon
and family visited relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Palmer and
family visited Mrs. J. N. Bales In
El Reno Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Skinner were
callers in the Wilson Senn home
Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and son
of Dallas. Tex.. Mr. and Mrs.
George Tennyson and family of I
Oklahoma City were Sunday din- j
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. I
Smith and Sara Mae Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill and son re-
mained over night.
Lawrence Meyer and children
called in the Andy Laub home
Earl Meyer visited the Mountain
View school Friday.
CHURCH GROUP HAS
Women's Missionary union of the
Trinity Baptist church met Thurs-
day afternoon lor a business session
and mission program led by Mrs.
I. N. Freeman.
Others taking part in the program
were Mrs. W. Carl McCain, Mrs.
W. L. Adams. Mrs. E. V. Johnson.
Mrs. A. C. Meaders. Mrs. Homer
Reidling. Mrs. J. Bolinger. Mrs.
Sylvan Frederick and Mrs. Wesley
Additional members present were
Mrs. Cleon Winslow, Mrs. B. N.
Penick, Mrs. H. B. Needham and
Mrs. Etta Elliott.
During the business session it was
decided to change the meeting time
to 1:30 p. m.
The next meeting will be Oct. 7
when the circles will meet at 1:30
r. m. at the church
The door prize was won by Mrs.
The next meeting will be on
Oct. 7 in the home of Mrs. Grlesel,
903 North Evans avenue.
* * *
BY STUDY CLUB
Members of the Home and Child
Study club met Wednesday for a
1 o'clock luncheon at the Crawford
cafe at 506 West Wade street.
The tables were decorated beau-
tifully with huge bowls of fruit and
Twenty members enjoyed the
Mrs. Gerald Eichor reviewed the
book. "I'm Tired of Grandma," by
Evelyn Ardis Whitman.
Those present were Mrs. Bill
Alexander, Mrs. Stanley Barker.
Mrs. E. W. Bomemann. Mrs. K. B.
Brown. Mrs. J. P. Briegs. Mrs. A. M.
Cavin. Howard Cook. Mrs. C. F.
Fink. jr.. Mrs. D. L. Jimerson. Mrs.
Lynn Odom and Mrs. Norts Whit-
aere of Oklahoma City. Mrs. N. H.
Schroeder. Mrs. Theo Seikel. Mrs.
H. H. Simes, Mrs. C. H. Tesch. Mrs.
D. J. Van Ryan. Mrs. Ray Wind-
ham. Mrs. M. F. Jackson. Mrs.
H. D. Goad, a new member. Mrs.
W. P. Marqh. Mrs. A. W. Reynolds
and Mrs. Eichor.
The next meeting will be Oct. 27
In the home of Mrs. Goad. 726
South Hadden avenue Jennings B
Newman, coordinator of elementary
education In El Reno schools, will
speak on visual education.
* * *
JUDY ANN DEXN HONORED
ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
Mrs. B. N. Denn, 216Vi South
Bickford avenue, entertained Tues-
day afternoon with a party honor-
ing her daughter. Judy Ann. on
her eleventh birthday anniversary.
Those present were Theletia
Norman. Theresa Zimmerman
Catherine Doke. Sharon Lynn,
Joyce Causey, Donald Shipman,
Jewel Mae Patterson, Sandra Jo
Alexander, Delores Alexander
Donald Alexander. Dwayne Alex-
ander. Donna Alexander and Mrs.
Juanita Alexander, who assisted
with the serving of the delicious
Judy Ann received many lovely
lovely refreshments to the mem-
bers and guests.
Guests were Mrs. Reynolds. Mrs.
Will Davis, Oklahoma City, Mrs.
Vera Belle Kellebrier, Bethany,
and Mrs. R. D. Davis.
* * *
FETED AT PARTY
Don Stephenson was honored re-
cently on his fourth birthday with
a party at Legion park. His mother,
Mrs. W. W. Stephenson. 1100 West
Watts street, was hostess.
The afternoon was spent playing
games and taking pictures.
Iced refreshments were served at
the close of the afternoon's activ-
ities to Bobby Whited. Judy Mowry,
Dale Adams. Gerry Adams, Naomi
Ruth Medearis. Sue Harrison, Judy
and Larry 'Powell, Sharon Kay An-
derson. Sharle Rogers, Freddie
Jones, and the honoree.
SPRINGFIELD. Ohio — (U.ft)—
John Mitchum, 24, fell 20 feet
from a railroad trestle into Buck
creek. He suffered only a few
bruises. When offered a lift
home. Mitchum declined, saying
he would rather walk.
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The American Association of University Women
Will Meet Monday, Oct, 4th at 6:30 p. m. for a
Pot l.uck Dinner, in the Home Economics Dept,
of Junior Highschool.
Barbara Taylor Calahan Will Be Guest Reader.
If you are a graduate of Okla. A. and M„ 0. U„
0. C. W., or a college on the approved list from any
other state, you will be welcomed into membership.
60 hours credit will admit to associate membership.
Mrs. C. L. McGill, Pres.
Miss Helen Knight, Vice-Pres.
Mrs. Francis Hollingsworth, Seer.
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