The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 113, Ed. 1 Monday, July 11, 1955 Page: 2 of 6
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The El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Are Feted Sunday
and WOMEN'S PAGE
Edited by MILDRED L. COKER-Phonc 19
C a fen clc
Riverside HD club. Hostess Mrs.
Edwin Hurst, east of El Reno.
Friendly Sewing club. Hostess
Mrs. S. E. Huddleston, 507 South
Macomb, 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday Afternoon Canasta club.
Meeting at home of Mrs. F. M.
Heitzman, 800 West Watts.
El Reno BPW club. Picnic sup-
per at small shelter in Adams
park, 6:45 p.m.
Young Matrons club. Hostess
Mrs. Homer Smudrick, south of El
Reno, 2 p.m.
Woman's Benefit association.
Meeting in IOOF hall with dinner
Louise Chapman chapter of
NMS. Meeting at parsonage, 506
South Rock Island, 8 p. m.
Honored at Picnic
Mothers club of Wesley Method-
ist church. Meeting in youth lounge,
9:30 a. m.
Ladies Society to BI.FE. Cover-
ed dish dinner in IOOF hall, 12:30
Trinity Lutheran Mission guild.
Meeting at Trinity Lutheran
VFW Auxiliary. Meeting in VFW
hut, 7:30 p. m.
Susan Fitkin chapter of NMS.
Meeting at Church of the Nazar-
ene, 10:30 a. m.
TLF club. Hostess Mrs. John
Ross, 115 North El Reno.
CWF of First Christian church.
Service Day at church, 9 a. in.
* * *
Mrs. Edna McMahan Kelly, 907'Z.i
South Macomb, was hostess Satur-
day evening for a picnic supper in
Guests of honor were her nephew
and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Bu-
ford McMahan, Bobby, Tommy,
Janellc, and Patti Lynn of Glen-
dale, Calif.; and her niece, Linda
Hyler of San Mateo, Calif.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Zay McMahan, and Mrs. Bill
Kinder, Ricky, Randy, and Linda
of Oklahoma City; Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd McMahan, Union City; Mr.
and Mrs. Bill McMahan, Pamela
and Patricia, Chickasha; and Mrs.
Alyenc Biard of El Reno.
Sunshine HD Club
Sets Plans for Social
An ice ereain social was planned
Thursday by members of the Sun-
shine home demonstration club
during a meeting at the home of
Mrs. Jim Darrow, northwest of
El Reno. The social, for members
and their families, will be held
July 13 at the home of Mrs. Don
Mrs. Henry Reding, vice presi-
Mrs. Gervase Menz was selected
as a club delegate to attend an
August meeting in Stillwater.
Mrs. Darrow presented the les-
son on “A Meal in a Minute” as-
sisted by Mrs. Reding.
Present for the meeting and so-
cial hour were Mrs. Walter But-
ton, Mrs. W. W. Potter, Mrs. Ros-
coe Johnson, Mrs. Don Bennett,
Mrs. Don Young, Mrs. Tom Spence,
and Mrs. Gervase Menz.
* * *
Billy Lee Is Honored
With Swimming Party
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Lee, 808
South Miles, entertained Sunday
afternoon with a swimming party
at the Municipal pool, honoring
their son, Billy, on his 12th birth-
Following the swim the group
went to the Lee home where re-
freshments were served.
Guests were Jennifer, Grace, and
Robert Barber; Ricky Davis, and
Deborah Ann Spurlin
Feted on Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Spurlin, 600
Thompson drive, were hosts Sat-
urday afternoon at a party honor-
ing their daughter, Deborah Ann,
on her 4th birthday anniversary.
Guests included Mrs. Bill Bay-
less and son, Stan of Anthony, Kan.,
Jared Jobe, Bobby Stevenson,
Sheryl Beth Shaw, Patricia Gustaf-
son, Johnny Marshall, Marsha
Blair, Peggy, and Janis llamble-
ton, Joy Lynn Hale, Nicki Cum-
mings, Janis McCain, and Tommy
They were also joined later in
the afternoon by Mrs. James Jobe,
Mrs. John Shaw, Mrs. Bill Hamblc-
ton, Mrs. Russell Cummings, Mrs. |
Bob McCain, and Mrs. Bill Thomp- j
* * *
Mrs. James Flora and sons,
David, and Jay, houseguests of Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Goosmann, 903
South Reno, were honored Sunday
with a family picnic in Adams
Mrs. Flora and children plan to
leave Tuesday for France where
they will join their husband and
father, Sergeant Flora, who is sta-
Among those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Mitchell and family
of Oklahoma City; Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Reimers and children of
Mustang; Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Duncan and family; Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Reeves and son; Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Mitchell and family;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clouse and
family; and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Goosmann and daughter, and a
guest, Ross Penny of Oklahoma
* * *
VonTungelns Hosts At
Dinner on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Von-
Tungeln, southwest of El Reno,
were hosts Sunday evening at a
dinner honoring their son and bis
family, Specialist Third Class and
Mrs. Henry J. VonTungeln and son,
David of Aberdeen Proving
Grounds, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. ]
Gene VonTungeln of Lovington,
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Bud Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd j
VonTungeln and son, Bruce, and
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hurst and
children, Randall, Pamela, and
* * *
Dinner Is Held Sunday
In R. S. Bywater Home
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bywater, 507
South Choctaw, entertained with a
dinner Sunday evening at their
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Bayless and family of Mt. View.
Calif., Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Diehl of
Stillwater, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mc-
Kenzie of Pawnee, and their house-
guest, Mrs. Bee Burgess of Law-
ton, who is Mrs. Bywater’s sister.
About Home Folks
Mexico Making Plans For Use
Of More Oil Products at Home
Monday, July 11, 1955 ,f.
Advice for Grocersg
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Holmberg,
Country Club road, Mrs. Walter E.
Gilmore, 314 South Hadden and
Mrs. Walter S. Gilmore, 701 North
Evans spent Sunday with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waller and
daughter, Patricia, 215 North
Hoff, spent Sunday with his
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Waller in Medicine
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carr and chil-
dren, Roy, jr., and Genevieve of
Stillwater were weekend guests in
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Brown, 1110 South
Mr. and Mrs. Haydn G. Davis
and daughter, Betsy, 920 South
Hoff, and her sister, Miss Kathryn
Hau of Oklahoma City returned
Saturday evening from a 10-day
vacation at Vicker’s Dude ranch,
near Lake City, Colo.
Luther C. Gadberry and daugh-
ter, Jane, 1012 South Williams, left
Monday morning for a visit with
relatives in Danville, Ky.
In J. W. Bayless Home
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bayless, 617
South Hadden, had as their week- j
end guests their children and their
families, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bay-
less and children of Muskogee; Mr. J
and Mrs. C. A. Bayless, Mt. View, |
Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bayless
and son of Anthony, Kan., Mrs. j
C. D. Reed and children, Fort!
Smith, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. j
McKinney and children, Lancaster, j
Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sampson
and son of Duncan; and a grand-
daughter, Mrs. E. R. Cagle and Mr. J
Cagle of Fletcher. i
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the person who is phoning to "hold
A. It is much better to explain
to the person phoning, and ask if
you may call him back within a
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Mr. and Mrs. Urcel Coburn and
son, Freddie, 2436 Towns End drive,
were guests Sunday of his mother,
Mrs. I. M. Coburn in Geary.
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HARVEST TIME MISSION
1300 East Foreman
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCullough,
533 South Hadden, left Sunday for
a visit with relatives in San Diego,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hill, 1220
South Hadden, were guests Sunday
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Hill in Chickasha.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eberhart,
520 South Rock Island, have return-
ed from a week’s vacation in Pen-
MEXICO CITY, July 11-0B—'The
Mexican government’s oil compa-
ny, one of the nation’s principal
dollar-earning expert industries, is
working to reduce—and eventually
eliminate — its dollar-earning ex-
Antonio J. Bermudez, director
general of Petroleum Mexicanos,
said the goal is based on confidence
in expansion of the Mexican com-
pany. As the nation becomes
wealthier, demand for petroleum
products will rise and wipe out the
Pemex plans to boost its crude
oil production to 500,000 barrels
per day by 1958 and refine that
crude for domestic consumption.
The company is modernizing its
refineries at Atzcapotzalco, on the
outskirts of Mexico City, and at
Minatitlan, Veracruz, to aid in at-
taining the goal of refining all its
Bermudez said that Pemex it-
self will create more jobs and boost
Mexican living standards by in-
creasing its refining operations.
Other industries, assured of more
abundant supplies of refined pe-
troleum products, will, in turn, be
able to grow and provide addition-
Pemex plans are being coordinat-
ed with those of other industries
and are based on expectations of
a steady improvement in the na-
tion’s agriculture, industry and bus-
The government company looks
on each new automobile, truck or
internal combustion engine sold in
Mexico as another customer. In
all but a few border areas, Pemex
supplies all motor fuel and lubri-
cants used in Mexico.
Petroleum Mexicano’s slogan
long has been “produce what the
j country needs.” In actual practice,
however, as Pemex needed dollars
for expansion purposes — to keep
I crude production greater than do-
mestic demand much of the oil
industry’s output was destined for
Now, with the nation's economic
prospects improving, Pemex feels
it can almost double production
and depend to an ever-increasing
extent on the domestic market.
In effect, it means that eventu-
ally Mexico can practically with-
draw from the world oil markets
Trade With U. S.
Most of Mexico’s sales abroad of
crude and fuel oil are made to the
United States. Some smaller
amounts of Mexican petroleum al-
so are sold in western Europe and
in Latin America.
Exports amount to about 2,000,-
000 barrels a month, approximate-
ly a third of total production. Ex-
port sales are made at market
prices, between $2 and $2.50 (U.S.)
per barrel, depending on grade and
Pemex is now producing at the
rate of more than 100,000,000 bar-
rels a year. Domestic consumption
last year amounted to 60,625,000
barrels, with the market value of
refined products estimated at
about $12 (U.S.). The difference
between the value of a barrel of
crude oil in the export market and
the barrel of refined product, in
Mexico, is counted on to keep
Pemex’ operatitons profitable.
Bermudez believes the net result
of Pemex’ plan will be an increase
in trade with the United States.
Mexico is now the third ranking
U. S. customer.
WASHINGTON, July 11—IIP)—'TM
Department of Agriculture has 11
sued a 38-page booklet telling gr 9
eery clerks how to become bctt< j
The department’s advice boi
down to “work smarter—not hari
er.” This conclusion was reachc
after a survey conducted by tl
research division of the Agrici
tural Marketing Service. The r
searchers had assistance fro 1
many individuals and organiz
tions in the retail food industi
and from Michigan State Colleg
The survey was designed to ir
prove the efficiency and produ
tivity of retail food store employ
through better techniques of pe
The department said particip
tion of grocery clerks in progran
designed to improve their work r
suited in wider acceptance of ir
proved methods, better use of woi
time, and increased sales per cler
hour. The survey showed that
employe will accept new metho
more quickly and smarten up mo
rapidly if he can discuss the
openly with his manager and fe
that he is a part of the progra
to get better use of his time.
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