The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 58, No. 38, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 13, 1949 Page: 2 of 8
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
I OR GOLF GAMES
Play will be for low putts Thurs-
day when members of the Ladles
Golf club of the El Reno Country
club meet at the clubhouse at 9 a. m.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Ethel Cox
and Mrs. Morris Wright.
Pairings in the ohnmplonship
Mrs. H C. Brown and Mrs. H. O.
Mrs. C. A Evans and Mrs. Garland
Mrs. L. A. Oarner >nd Mrs. Jarlc
Mrs. R. N. Dulmage and Mrs.
Mrs. V. R. Mordy and Mrs. Emer-
Mrs. Duard Barnes. Mrs. Hayward
Wright and Mrs. Fred Hampton.
Class A pairings are:
Mrs. F. E. Arnold and Mrs. J. H.
Mrs J. B Swaim and Mrs. Glen
Mrs. M. C. Chambers and Mrs.
II. J. Davis.
Mrs. C. L. Franklin and Mrs.
R. J. Oreenleaf.
Mrs. J. F. Roberts and Mrs.
• Mrs. Earl Woodhouse and Mrs.
P B. Myers.
Mrs. Lola Travathan and Mrs.
Class B pairings are:
Mrs Aubry Bryant and Mrs.
Mrs Floyd lately and Mrs. C. V.
Mrs. f. W. Douglas. Jr., and Mrs.
Mrs Frank Vogel, Mrs. Melvin
Johnson and Mrs. Ed Koelsh.
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HAS SOCIAL MEETING
A social meeting was enjoyed
Monday when members of the
Eagles auxiliary met in the Engles
Bridge, pitch and bunco were
l#»yed during the evening at
which the hostesses were Mrs.
Robert Gaines and Mrs. Frank
High score In bridge was won by
Booker and second high by Mrs.
John E. Smith. Mrs. Dick Murphy
scored high in pitch with Mrs. John
Ross winning second high. The
first and second prizes in bunco
were awarded to Mrs. W. L. Icach
and Mrs. Arthur Schulz.
The door prize was won by Mrs
Others attending were Mrs. Roy I
Anderson, Mrs. A. W. Bannister,
Mrs. L. L. Bond. Mrs. R. C. Cran-
mer. Mrs. O. W. Davis, Mrs. Earl
DeLong. Mrs. John Duff, Mrs. L. I.
Fiscus, Mrs. E. A. Fuller, Mrs. 8. E.
French. Mrs. Pete Gerber, Mrs.
Bryan Gregory. Mrs. Clyde Haynes,
Mrs. C. F. Huggins, Mrs. Harry
Hummel, Mrs. C. 8 Mongold, Mrs.
John O'Nan, Mrs. M. Patrick, Mrs.
Lou Preston, Mrs. Oeorge Purcell,
Mrs. Van Robertson, Mrs. B. W.
Roblyer. Mrs. Jack Smith. Mrs.
B. W. Stephens. Mrs. Jess Williams,
Mrs. W. C. Whltncre and Mrs. Jack
The next meeting will be April
18 In the hall when nomination
of officers will be made.
Fldells Sunday school class and
Spiritual Life group of the First
Presbyterian church. Meeting at 2
p. in. in home of Mrs. D. A. Mor-
gan, El Reno reformatory circle.
Mrs. Jessie Gllhani, assistant host-
O. D. O. club. Hostess, Mrs. Ma-
rlon Brodersen, southwest, of El
Wesley claas of the Wesley Meth-
odist church. Monthly class party
and covered dish dinner at the
church. Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunt, Mr
and Mrs. Erwin Kteley, Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Paler.
Royal Neighbors of America. An-
niversary luncheon and all-day
meeting In I. O. O F, hall.
Social Order of the Bcauceant.
Meeting In Masonic temple.
Woman's Missionary union of the
First Baptist church. Royal Serv-
ice program at the church. Hostess,
Louise Hill circle.
Roynl Service program of the
Trinity Baptist churrh. Hostess,
Mrs. Dewey Carroll, 1011 East
Foreman street. Mrs. V. E. Collins,
assisting hostess. Meeting at. 1:30
p. m. with Mrs. C. Winslow In
charge of program.
T. L F. club. Hostess, Mrs. Oeorge
Davis, 101 North Admire avenue.
Dorcas elass of thp Trinity Bap-
tist church. Hostess, Mrs. E. L.
Christopher, 121 North O avenue.
Meeting nt 7:30 p. in.
Woman's Relief corps. Hostess,
Mrs. A. H. Newman, 113 South
Teen-town. Party in Eagles hall.
O. O. O. club. Hostess, Mrs. Ed-
die Rogers, II IB West Watts street.
W and E Club. Hostess, Mrs.
Fred Britton, 244 North K avenue.
Meeting at 2 p. m.
Woman's Culture club. Hostess,
Mrs. Orn May Merveldt. 306 North
Rock Island avenue.
Ladles Auxiliary to the SwU*eh
men's Union of North America.
Hostess at dinner, Mrs. Olen
Craven, 917 South Bickford nvpnue.
Alalhean class of the First Bap
tist church Hostess, Mrs. Harry
Garrett, Concho. Meeting at. 7:30
Every Woman's class of the First
Christian church. All-duy meeting
and covered dish luncheon nt. 12
Every Woman's class of the First
Christian church met Friday in an
all-day session to quilt. A covered
dish luncheon was served at noon.
Those attending were Mrs. George
I/ivell, Mrs. W. F. Carroll, Mrs.
F. R. Gaughorn. Mrs. W. L. BracT-
ly, Mrs. E. A. Godfrey, Mrs. H. A.
Smith. Mrs. Fannie Frosch. Mrs.
Bess Breeze, Mrs W L. Leach. Mrs
Emmett Mark. Mrs. Inland Ander-
son. Mrs. W. E. Porter, Mrs. J. A.
Richardson and Mrs. W H. John-
The group will meet April 15 In
the church for qujltlng and covered
Mrs. C. T Pavy, 520 South Rob-
erts avenue, was honored at a
o'clock dinner Sunday when hosts
were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller,
her son-in-law and daughter, and
Mr. wild Mrs. J. C. Pavy, her son
and daughter-in-law. The occa-
sion was the 80th birthday anni-
versary of the honoree.
Three long tables covered with
white linen cloths, with wide yellow
streamers down the center, were
used for the dinner. Vases of
flowers added decoration and the
honoree’s table was centered with
a lai-Re and beautifully decorated
birthday rake Dainty mint cups
marked each place.
During the dinner, which was
marked by the singing of "Happy
Birthday" to Mrs. Pavy, a tele-
gram was read from the honoree"s
niece, Miss Annie Laurie Von
Tungeln, who could not attend.
After the dinner, Mrs. J. C. Pavy
brought In the gifts which were
opened by the honoree. A pro-
gram then was presented by the
honoree's son and daughter on
'This Is Your Life,’’ starting from
thp time the parents of Mrs. Pavy
left Scotland and settled in Fair-
bury. Neb. Each guest contributed
incidents which they remembered
in the life of the honoree.
Mr. and Mrs. B C. Thomas were
Attending the dinner were Mr
and Mrs W. H Jones and grand-
son. Billy, of Mustang, Mrs Alfred
Leonhnrdt and Miss Henrietta Von
Tungeln of Oklahoma City, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Spear, Walter Gard-
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Mesch-
berger, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aus-
tin. Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. John
W. Pavy, all of Calumet, Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Hoffman. Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Reuter nnd daughter,
Linda, of Heaston. Mr. and Mrs.
James Murray, soil, J. T„ Charles
Miller. Mrs. O. N. Olthens, the
hosts and Ihe honoree.
Freda Stevenson, of Montreal,
Canada, tries out a new body re-
ducing chair at New York's In-
ternational Beauty Show. A vi-
brating mechanism, built into
the chair, is controllable by arm-
rest dials and gives the same ef-
fect as a han9 massage.
BY SEWING CLUB
Tlie monthly meeting of the
B. B. P. C. sewing club was held
Saturday ufternoon in the home of
Luann Wilder, 826 South Ellison
Sewing and monopoly were the
diversions of the afternoon, after
which dainty refreshments were
How Can I?
Q. Wluit are a few acknowledg-
ments of an Introduction that are
forbidden by soctul usage?
A. "Pleased to meet you." "De-
lighted t» know you," "Charmed, I
am sure," or any oilier such ex-
travagant phrases. "How do you
do" is the accepted form.
it ever permissible to use
unmatched paper and envelopes in
correspondence? .. oU11I1> uay „ Ig
A, The pajier nnd envelope should , 11 Rood idea not to wring the white
always match, both as to size, qual- t'lolllf"' too dry; the sunshine, wind
Q. How can I keep meringue from
A. To help prevent meringue on
pies from shrinking while cooking,
be sure that It covers-the entire top
of the pie and touches the rim
of ihe crust. Bake the meringue
for about 15 minutes lu a slow
ovp-i Too hot an oven will cause
Q What is the best way to dry
A On a bright, sunny day it Is
SHOWER IS GIVEN
Miss Betty Hahn, bride-elect of
Phil G. Rice, was honored at a
miscellaneous shower recently when
Miss Betty Cannon. Miss Lois Jean
White. Miss Sue Fuller and Miss
Natalie Tillery were hostesses in
the First Baptist church parlor.
Game were played and prizes
were won by Miss Dorothy Ward
and Miss Ol.vndeen Crawford, who
presented their awards to the hon-
The table was centered with pink
carnations on which the gifts were
Guests present were Miss Ward,
Miss Crawford, Mrs. Dan Hahn, Mrs
George Rice, Miss Shirley Brown.
tiss Mary Frances Fink, Miss Joyce
Hale, Miss Lillian Parker. Miss Mary
Haynes, Miss Norma Lorenxen, Miss
Martha Harvey, Miss Dolores Brown,
Miss Catherine Reichert, Mrs. V. M.
Reichert. Mrs. E. C. Cannon. Mrs.
Lydia Smith, Mrs. J. N. Tillery and
Mrs. Frank White.
Those sending gifts were Miss Jo
Ann lemon. Miss Kathleen Coojier,
Mrs. Bill Manning. Mrs. Edmund
Rice, Miss Joan Marschewski, Miss
Georgia Cordray. Mrs. Bob Arnold,
Mrs. Hazel McDuinel, Miss Irene
Hufnngel, Miss Bonnie Pulmore,
Miss Barbara Lagaly, Mrs. F C.,
Phillips, Mrs. L. R. Waller, Mrs. j
Lawrence Webb, Miss Eva Wolf, I
Miss Dorothy Maddox. Miss Frieda
Leek, Mrs. Dwight Rukes.
Miss Sylvia Jones, Miss Margie
Eimen, Mrs. W. c. Ourdner, Mrs.
Analeen McMillan. Mrs. Dudley
Stone, Miss Mamie Walker, Mrs.
Louie Reiter, Mrs. Jimmy Lewis.
Mrs. Roy A. Lewis, Mrs. W. J.
Henrlcksen, Mrs. Roy Schulz, Mrs.
Keller Light, Miss Mollfe Wells,
Miss Katherine Hovenden, Miss
Mary Lee Andrews, Mrs. C. L.
Colley, Mrs. D. Joltff. Mrs. Joe
Hannaman and Mrs. J. C. Coker.
Refreshments were served.
Wednesday, April 13, 1949
MARION, N. C. —(U.R)— Harold
Minges, veteran chauffeur for gov-
ernors of North Carolina, knows
the highways of his state by heart.
But once lie forgot that gas sta-
tions close on Sunday. He ran out
of gas while piloting Governor
Kerr Scott across a lonely stretch
near here enroute to a conven-
tion. The governor helped flag
down a passing ear to borrow gas
for the state's No. 1 auto.
Addition Is Made
To Poets Corner
Sooth End Barker Avenue
, .Seven X>w&rfs
The Sweetest Story Ever Told
WITH A 1 J "
Brilliant New YorkCast
SHAWNEE. April 13—(Special) —
Another group of original manu-
scripts of the work of several Amer-
ican p*ets has been added to the
Oklahoma Baptist university library's
American Poets Comer, Lee B.
Spencer, librarian, has announced.
Dr. J. w Storer. pastor of the
First Baptist church, Tulsa, chair-
man of the O.B.U. board of trustees,
donated the collection to the library.
Dr. Storer had earlier presented
45 manuscripts to the collection, in-
cluding the original copies of sev-
eral poems, most of them auto-
t raphed, seven documents signed
by United States presidents, and
original scores of such well known
hymns as "He LeadAh Me" ,and
"What a Friend We Have in Jesus."
The American Poets Corner is
located In the main reading room of
5 doctors prove
this plan breaks
the laxative habit
If you take laxatives regularly—here’g W>w
you can atop!
Because 6 Now York doctors now ha vs
proved you /nay break the laxative iiabit. And
astablish your natural powers of regularity.
Eighty-three per cent of the cases tented did it.
So can you.
Jtop taking whatever you now take. In
stead: Every night for one week take 2 Carter*
Pilla. Second week—one each night. Thirc
week one every other night. Then nothing
Every day: drink eight glaum* of water; sei
a definite time for regularity.
Five New York .doctors proved this plan
can break the laxative habit.
How can a laxative break the laxativi
habit? Because Carter s Pills “unblock" tbi
lower digestive tract and from then on let ii
make use of its own natural powers.
Further—Carter’s Pills contain no habit'
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When worry, overrating, over
------- worry, overrating, overwork make
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today. You'll be grateful the rest of your life.
ity and color.
Q. When the bride has no near
relatives. wKom should she ask to
perform the duty of "giving her
A. An old friend of the family is
often asked to do this.
Q. Is it possible to Judge a per-
son's breeding by his "telephone
A Most certainly. It is. The per-
son of good breeding speaks as
courteously and pleasantly when
telephoning as he does face to
face. The one who is curt and
rude over the telephone is Just the
same at other times.
and air will bleach them
Q lioto can I clean plaster of
A By using mild soapsuds and a
shaving brush Rinse well. Dipping
them Into a strong solution of alum
water will give them the appearance
COLORFUL COSTUMES • ORCHESTRA • ELABORATE SETS
THE MUSICAL STAGE ATTRACTION
(NOT A MOTION PICTURE) '
Oa Oar Staq* — la Partaa
"A SUPREME ACHIEVEMENT IN FINE ENTERTAINMENT"
SATURDAY. APRIL 16 AT 1:30
Children . 50c
•Adults . . Sl iMI
Tickets On Sale at All Schools
And at Patterson Drug Co.
PI Reno P.-T. A„ Sponsors
HAILSTONES can quickly ruin any crop—But the
wisest growers make it a point always to have a
Hail Insurance Policy. This protects specified crops
up to the limit selected by the insured. When hail
stiikes, Hail Insurance saves a season’s labor and
expenses and profit.
INSURE YOUR CROP NOW—AND PAY YOUR
PREMIUM AFTER YOU HAVE HARVESTED
YOUR CROP.....AT NO EXTRA EXPENSE
IN FVENT OF A CROP FAILURE YOU MAY CANCEL
YOUR POLICY AT NO COST UNTIL MAY 1. 1949
For Information Come In, Wrile, or Call The
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