The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 171, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 17, 1950 Page: 2 of 8
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Sunday, September 17, 1950
Classes Hold I School or Best
Rummage Sale Is
Slated by Group
A rummage sale was planned for
Sept 30, by the Trinity Lutheran
mission guild when they met
Thursday, Sept. 14, with Mrs.
Herman Koert, 109 South Hoff
avenue, and Mrs. Charles Weach,
519 South Poster avenue, serving
The meeting was opened with
the singing of a hymn and devo-
tions read by Rev. Robert Biel.
Mrs. Prod Kirch gave a topic en-
Mtled 'What Are Our Children
Reading?” After the topic, a Bible
B. W. ROBLYER
Honoring B. W. Roblyer on his
birthday annfversdry, a group of
friends met at the home of Mr.
ana Mrs. B. W. Roblyer, 703 North
The evening was spent playing
cards and a refreshment course was
Q. When a house guest wishes to
give his hostess a little gift, when
should he present It?
A. Ho may bring It along and
present it soon after his arrival, or
he may send It to her soon after
hls arrival, or he may send it to
her soon after his departure.
Q. Is it obligatory that a girl
secretary send her employer a
A. Only if she has received an
Invitation to the wedding and re-
Q. Is it necessary for a girl to
thank a man who has brought her
home from a party?
A. No, this is not necessary.
Mrs. Vestus Morris and Mrs. E.
T. Ellenburg were joint hostesses
when the members of Fidelis Sun-
day school class and Spiritual Life
group of the First Presbyterian
church met Thursday afternoon in
the church parlor.
Mrs. Lillie Tompkins, president,
opened the meeting by reading the
Scripture from the yearbook of I
prayer. The topic was "The Un-
Prayer was offered by Mrs. R.
The treasurer’s report was given
by the secretary-treasurer, Mrs.
The Spiritual Life program was |
presented by Mrs. Walter Halsey,
pif eeeded by group singing of
"Wonderful Words of Life" with
Mrs. J. B. Harper, 212 East Wade
street. Co-hostess, Mrs. J. W.
Stockburger. Meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Triangle home demonstration
club. Hostess, Mrs. Harry Von
Tungeln, 1001 South Miles ave-
nue. Co-hostess, Mrs. Fred Von
Mrs. Christine Minter
Guests Attend RNA Luncheon
Mrs. Katherine Bracily was hos-
tess to the Royal Neighbors of
America when they met Thursday
for the regular meeting.
Luncheon guests were Miss Rose
Witcher and Mrs. Edna McMahan
Mrs. Walter Dyer was in charge
of the program. "Information
Qui?” was conducted by Mrs. R.
E. Frid. Readings were given by
Mrs. E. E. Fox and Mrs. Harriet
Sanford. Mrs. Dyer and Mrs. Ethel
ine Business meeting was pre-
sided over by Mrs. C. F. Huggins.
Mrs. Leske was appointed program
chairman for the- next meeting.
Members present were Mrs. C.
H. Williams, Mrs. Ethel Winn, Mrs.
D. H. Jackson, Mrs. Laura Witch-
er. Mrs Maggie Essex, Mrs. Agnes
Smith, Mrs. Ross Fox, Mrs. E. V.*
Andrews, Mrs. E. G. Rugg, Mrs.
Daisy West. Mrs. Marie Kamm,
Mrs. Myrtle Samuelson, Mrs. L. E.
Craig, Mrs. M. A. Schmoyer.
Mrs. C. F. Schuldt, Mrs. A. L.
Hoffman, Mrs. Sid Schmoyer, Mrs.
Effle Valliant, Mrs. Minnie Rum-
the Missouri Synodical, of Kansas
City, Mo., will be the guest speak-
er at the First Presbyterian church
during a district meeting to be
held Tuesday, Sept. 19.
This is the first of a series of
district meetings of the El Reno-
Hobart Presbyterial to be conduct-
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ed under the leadership of the
president. Mrs. Vestus Morris, El
Reno. The other meetings will be
In Elk City on Wednesday and
Frederick on Thursday.
Members of the Womens’ socie-
ties from Anadarko, Colony and
Chickasha will be B] Reno guests.
The meeting will open at 10
o’clock with a report of the na-
tional meeting held In June at
Ocean Orove, N J. Mrs. Salsbury
will speak on Christian education.
After a luncheon In the church
dining room, she will conduct a
leadership training course. The
Lore gives to eacli otker
tfifts of devotion. For ker,
diamonds of purity. For klm, tko
Precision of enduring time es in a
Wieman. Mrs. Martin Wierr
Mrs William Wieman, Mrs. Kii
Mrs. Wcach and Mrs. Koert.
* * *
^ The Cro-Tat-Em
Fred lung. Miss Fave
Schmoyer, Mrs. V. A. Mount, Mrs.
Rebecca Milbredt, Mrs. Bradly,
Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Dyer, Mrs. Sanford,
Mrs. Huggins. Mrs. leske and Mrs
Mrs. E. E. Fox will be hostess al
the next meeting, Stpt. 28. in the
* * *
RETURN FROM TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cooper, 619
South Miles avenue, have returned
from a vacation trip through the
ments were served from a lace-
covered table centered with garden
Members present were Mrs. W.
A. Brown. Mrs. E. N. Potts, Mrs"
R. 8, Fales, Mrs. John W. Stock-
burger, Mrs. R. c. Whenry. Mrs
Blanset, Mrs. Halsey. Mrs Doeber-
Ity, Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Ellen-
Mrs. Halsey and Mrs. Whenry
will be hostesses at the next meet-
ing, Oct. 12.
in the home
of Mrs. Alfred Plaut,
The group spent the afternoon
doing needlework. Refreshments
were served at the close of the
Simply precious for
HELD AT CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Reichert, 738
avenue, entertained at-
tendants and guests with a rehear-
sal dinner Thursday evening in the
dining room of the First Christian
church, after (he rehearsal of the
wedding of Miss Catherine Reich-
ert and Jack L. Rice.
The centerpiece for the tnble Was
a long floral arrangement of red
roses and yellow daisies, centered
with a bride and bridegroom
Attendants and guests were Rev
and Mrs. Forrest Fields, Mr. and
Mrs. R b. Rice of Norman, Miss
Donna Sen Hands, Miss Mary
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watches for men and women .
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hunt and
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slier were
hosts to 45 members of the Good
Neighbor club Thursday evening
at the Reno school.
Various games were played and a
musical program was givep by stu-
dents of the school.
The next meeting will be Oc-
tober 19 with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Free-
to make from a yard of 39-inch
fabric is printed in the book.
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Quests lor the meeting were Mrs.
Roy Christy and Mrs. Otto Berg-
Members present were Mrs. Bes-
sie File. Mrs. Joel Harrison, Mrs.
D»ight Stephens, Miss Helen
Knight, Mrs. R. B. Larson. Mrs
LEAVE FOR FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McCullough,
1219 West Walnut street, left Fri-
day for Miami, Fla. Mr. McCul-
lough Is the Ell Reno delegate to
the international convention of
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen,
being held In Miami.
Laughs a-plenty when
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