The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 17, Ed. 1 Monday, March 20, 1950 Page: 3 of 6
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Monday, March' 20, 1950
El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Guest night was observed by the
Wesleyan Service guild with a 7
o’clock dinner served Thursday
evening in the dining room of the
Wesley Methodist church.
More than 50 members and guests
were in attendance.
Accenting the St. Patrick motif,
the two long tables were centered
with arrangements of green and
white carnations in crystal bowls.
The green was repeated in the tall, j
lighted tapers flanking the center-
pieces and in the shamrock-shaped
The invocation pronounced by
Rev. Forrest Fields preceded the in-
troduction of guests by the guild
president, Mrs. Edna McMahan
The program chairman. Mrs. Gar-
land Etheridge, was in charge of
the program presented after the
Selections were offered by the
boys’ quartet of the El Reno high-
school consisting of Joe Frank
Marsh, Eddie Fuchs, Jimmy Brown
and Billy Spurr,
Appearing in a skit, “Dr. Sure
Cure Prescribes.” were Mrs. F. E.
Bailey. Mrs. Nell Burmeier. Mrs.
Floyd Croxion, Mrs. Roy Eichor,
Mrs. Coila Hovenden, Mrs. H. M.
Hensley, Mrs R. F. Jones. jr„ Mrs.
Dick Mathews, Mrs. Joe Maxey and
Miss Effie Weaver.
Mrs. W. B. Landrum, national
field worker of the Woman's So-
ciety of Christian Service, present-
ed an address, developing the theme
"Our Call To Service.” A resident
of Tyler. Tex., Mrs. Landrum is a
widely recognized Methodist speaker
and will address the eighth annual
West Oklahoma conference of the
Wesleyan Service guild to be held
Sunday in Oklahoma City.
Guests for the evening were Mrs.
Landrum. Rev. Fields, Mrs. Roy B.
Cox. Mrs. Morris Wright. Mrs. W. P.
Crites, Mrs. Elmer Brown, Mrs.
L. A. McCullough, Mrs. Joe Muir,
Miss Vona Boucher. Mrs. Jess
Burge, Mrs. F. O. True, Mrs. M. P.
Kelly, Mrs. J. L. Trevathan, Mrs.
Lillie Essley, Mrs. R. F. Jones, sr.,
Mrs. E. G. Jeffrey. Mrs. C. A. Jones,
Mrs. T. W. Brittain. Miss Ruth
Yost. Mrs. Mattie Perdue. Mrs. S. L.
Mutnauc of Tobias, Neb.,. Miss
Weaver and the members of the
Other members attending were
Mrs. Keith Anderson, Mrs. H. S.
Alexander. Miss Aurelia Beck, Mrs.
W. R. Buckner. Mrs. Floyd Durham,
Mrs. Forrest Fields, Dr. Louise Fox.
Mrs. Carleton Jackson, Miss Gladys
Jensen. Mrs. A. D. Lynn, Miss Farra
Kinkade, Mrs. Lois Lindsey. Mrs.
J. B. McCullough. Mrs. M. A. Mitch-
ell, Jr., Mrs. Dora Northcutt. Miss
Willa Dean Nicholson. Mrs Ger-
trude Osborne, Miss Rosa Pierce.
Mrs. Jerry Hrdy. Mrs. Effie McGill.
Miss Twila Reuter, Miss May
Shanklin, Mrs. Ruby Stephenson,
Miss Lydia Williams, Mrs. C. A.
Stanfiel, Mrs. Walter Wilson and
Mrs. S. Boyd Wilson, Jr.
Mrs. John Mowre, 612 West
Watts street, underwent major
surgery in the Catto hospital to-
John Valderas, 717 North Evans
avenue, was released from the
Catto hospital Saturday. He was
admitted March 9 for major sur-
Mrs. Oscar Williams, 116 West
Carson street, admitted to the El
Reno sanitarium March 10 for
major surgery, was released today.
Mrs. O. L. Smith, 1513 East Fore-
man street, was released Sunday
from the Laughton Osteopathic
hospital. She was admitted March
10 for major surgery.
Mrs. Eva 8tone, Southern hotel,
was dismissed from the Laughton
hospital Sunday. She was admitted
March 17 for medical treatment.
Mrs. Woody Henson and son,
Shon Dec, 1317 South Jensen ave-
nue, were released Sunday from
the Laughton hospital where the
baby was born March 13.
Mrs. T. L Bailey and son, Will-
iam Storm, were taken to their
home at 1607 South Evans avenue
Suiiday from the Laughton hospi-
tal. The baby was born March 13.
Mrs. Carl Handke, Tuttle, medi-
cal patient In the Laughton hospi-
tal since March 10, was released
Mrs. A. W. Johnson, 2301V4 Sun-
set drive, was admitted to the
Laughton hospital today for medi-
Friendly Sewing club. Hostess,
Mrs. R. T. Huddart, 706 South
Rebekah lodge. Regular meeting
in I.O.O.F. hall.
Chapter M, PEO. Hostess, Mrs.
H. L. Fogg, 611 South Hoff avenue.
Chapter AE, PEO. Hostess, Mrs
J. M. Ozmun, 811 South Duane ave-
nue. Co-hostess, Mrs. H. Merle
B.E.C. club. Hostess, Mrs. W. J.
White, 314 South Evans avenue.
Cro-Tat-Em club. Hostess, Mrs.
J. H. Mueller, 719 South Williams
Sew and So club. Hostess. Mrs.
L. G. Keller, 310 North Evans
Sterling Thimble club. Hostess,
Mrs. Sam Roberson, 412 South
Ladies Society to the Brother-
hood of Locomotive Firemen and
Enginemen. Meeting at 2 p. m. in
I. O.O.F. hall.
VFW auxiliary. Meeting at post
Park Ridge club. Hostess, Mrs.
Frank Hill, 532 South Mahan ave-
Bible Study classes of Bible Bap-
Marauatha class. Hostess, Mrs.
Stewart Henthorn, 1121 West Lon-
Electa class. Hostess. Mrs. C. K.
Tucker. 1106 West Wade street.
Jolly Dozen Pitch club. Hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carmichael,
911 South Ellison avenue.
Royal Neighbors of America.
Meeting in I.O.O.F. hall. Hostess,
Mrs. Agnes Smith.
Women’s Missionary union of
First Baptist church:
Hester Hancock circle. Hostess,
Mrs. J. w. Paxson, 517 South Miles
avenue. Meeting at 1:30 p. m.
Lottie Moon circle. Meeting at
2 p. m. at the church.
Louise Hill circle. Hostess. Mrs.
C. R. Miles. 2404 Townsend drive.
Meeting at 1:30 p. m.
Kate Cox White circle. Hostess,
Mrs. George Miller, 918 South
Williams avenue. Meeting at 2 p. m.
Kate Ellen Gruver circle. Host-
ess, Mrs. George Hamilton, 701
South Miles avenue. Meeting at
2 p. m.
Rosalie Mills Appleby circle.
Hostess. Mrs. H B. Little, 316 North
Rock Island avenue. Meeting at
2:30 p. m.
Women's Missionary union of
Trinity Baptist church:
Donne Hawkins circle. Hostess,
Mrs. J. N. Lovett. 125 North L ave-
Elizabeth R o u t h Poole circle.
Hostess, Mrs. C. Winslow, 1211 East
Jaxie Short circle. Hostess, Mrs.
James Dennis, jr„ 215 North L
* * *
BY LARGE GROUP
Members of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers and the
G.LA. entertained with a snack
supper at 6:30 o'clock Saturday in
Attending the supper which pre-
ceded games of bridge and canasta
were Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Brittain. Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Little, Mrs. L. B.
Maynard. Mrs. Arthur Lambert,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Keith, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Woodward, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Farley. Mr. and Mrs. R.
B. Dunn, Mrs. A L. Nelson, Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Cupp, Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Oormack, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Connally, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Wamberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Donnellan, sr„ Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Vaughn. Mrs. Bertha C. Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Myers. Mrs. Jessie
Ferguson, Robert Ferguson, Mrs.
Frank Smith, W. V. Matson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Brady and Mrs. W. I. Wy-
Quests for the evening were Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Rutherford,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Eagle of Ok-
lahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Jess
Lillard of Chic kasha and Mrs. Guy
* * *
The regular meeting of the
Birthday club orglnally planned
for Tuesday has been postponed
Hostess March 28 will be Mrs.
W. L. Leach, 206 South Ellison
avenue. Mi’s. M. Patrick will serve
Enjoyed by Members
Monthly sessions of three units
of the Ladies Altar society of the
Sacred Heart Catholic church were
conducted Thursday afternoon.
When members of the St. Agnes
unit were entertained In the home
of Mrs. Ed McComas, 205 North
Macomb avenue, the hostess was
assisted by Mrs. William Wosika.
Responding to roll call were Mrs.
D. S. Briggs. Mrs. Don Corwin,
Mrs. L. H. Determan, Mrs. Anton
Elmenhorst, Mrs. William Gross-
man, Mrs. E. O. Hamilton, Mrs.
William Husmann, Mrs. James
Kastle. Mrs. Erie O'Nan, Mrs. Em-
ma O'Nan, Mrs. E. J. Ross, Mrs. W.
J. Skidmore. Mrs. H. G. Walch,
Mrs. Jim Walch, Mrs. Ray Walch,
Mrs. A. T. Wolf, Mrs. Henry Wolf,
Mrs. William Zajic and Mrs.
William Wosika, Jr.
Guests for the session were Mrs.
Ray Kapo's, Mrs. D. E. Greenlee
and Mrs. E. H. Robinson.
After the business meeting, bunco
was played with high favor won
by Mrs. Erie O'Nan and low by
The traveling prize was won by
Mrs. Wosika, Jr., and the unit prize
by Mrs. H. G. Walch.
During the April 13 meeting, the
j hostess, Mrs. Kastle, northwest of
El Reno, will be assisted by Mrs.
Mrs. Clarence Sylvester was a
guest Thursday afternoon when
members of the St. Ann unit met in
the home of Mrs. John E. Gal-
lagher and Mrs. John Maney, 819
South Macomb avenue.
In the absence of the president,
Mrs. John W. Fox, Miss Irene von
Merveldt conducted the session.
Contest prizes were presented to
Mrs. Sylvester and Mrs. Art Senge.
Mrs. S. N. Vilm, 712 South Wil-
liams avenue, will be hostess to the
group during the April meeting.
Mrs. Etta McLean served as co-
hostess when Mrs. Tom Avant en-
tertained members of the St. Fran-
I cis Cabrini unit in her home, 305
I South Evans avenue.
| Mrs. Ida McEvoy was introduced
I into membership and Mrs. R. J.
Cookoey was a guest for the after-
Members attending included Mrs.
Lem Ferguson, Mrs. John Norvell,
Mrs. Don Brown, Mrs. Darby
Quinn, Mrs. Riley Cowden, Mrs.
1 Tom McGoffin, Mrs. W. J. Don-
nelly, Mrs. Margie Morris, Mrs.
William McEvoy, Mrs. Dan Dill,
Mrs. Don Ahem, Mrs. Dan Warren.
Mrs. A. A. Kastner and the host-
esses. • ,
* * *
GLEN CRAVENS ARE
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen W. Craven, 921 South
Bickford avenue, were Mrs. Ruth
Robinson of Bentonville, Ark., Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Raley and daugh-
ter. Diane, of Altus.
Guests Saturday evening in the
Craven home were Miss Jerry Rob-
inson and Mrs. Oletha Breiner of
Members of the Hester Hancock
circle presented the Royal Service
program attended by members of
tile Women's Missionary union of
the First Baptist church Thursday
GIRL-Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Mrs. C. K. Chase, as leader, in- Branstool, Fort Reno, are the par-
troduced the program with a dis-
cussion of a Christian opportunity.
The devotional topic, "Christ,
Illumination of the World,” was
I presented by Mrs. Harry Garrett,
who concluded with prayer.
ents of a daughter born Saturday
in the El Reno sanitarium. The
baby weighed seven pounds and
GIRL—A daughter was born to
The theme for the month was | Mr. and Mrs. Harry Headley, 418
West Wade street, Sunday in the
£2 Reno sanitarium. They baby
weighed six pounds and six ounces.
announced by Mrs. Chase as
I My Brother's Keeper."
Also participating in the program
were Mrs. W. S. Pearson. Mrs. J. A.
j Paxson. Mrs. S. R. Pouts. Mrs. GIRL—Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
j J M. Corley and Mrs. R. L. Steven- Cook 216 North Q avenue> are the
' , j parents of a seven-pound 10-ounce
„AfsT ‘ “L° selectlon by Mrs’ daughter born Sunday in the El
jJLJ- ^nghast, pmyer was of- Reno sanitarium,
fered by Mrs. W. C. Murphy. *
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Maune of
Oklahoma City were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jen-
Mrs. S. A. Simmons attended a
luncheon and book review Monday
at the home of Mrs. G. I. Grimes
in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. W S. Dill and
children, Donald and Dick, of Erick,
were week-end guests of Mrs. Dill’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green.
Mike Stair of Oklahoma City
spent the week-end with his grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stair.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Stair, were Sunday guests and Mike
accompanied them home.
MORTON, Miss — (U.R) —Donnie
Nutt. 17, and Wayne Nutt. 19.
played on the Morton highschool
basketball team this year. The
younger Nutt is the older Nutt’s
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MALCOM PHEI.PS—Honors
Saturday evening at a reception and dance at the Ell Reno Country
club were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malcom Phelps, son and daughter-
in-law of Dr. and Mrs. Malcom E. Phelps, who were hosts at the
courtesy. Mr. and Mrs. Phelps are residents of Mexico, Mo., where
he is a senior student in the Missouri Military academy.
During the business session con-
ducted by Mrs. E. A. Jackson, the
spring wardrobe of the union's
protege at the Baptist orphanage
in Oklahoma City was discussed.
Mrs. W. S. Brown and Mrs. Jackson
were appointed to select the neces-
At the conclusion of the after-
noon a dessert course in the St.
Patrick motif was served by mem-
bers of the Louise Hill circle.
Other members present were
Mrs. B. E. Carder, Mrs. R. Y. Audd.
Mrs. R. R. Horn, Mrs. Bob Huston,
I Mrs. MyrI Parker, Mrs. Roy Steven-
| sou, Mrs. Horace Ivester, Mrs.1
Chester Herbert. Mrs. Charles |
j Rowlett, Mrs. Curtis Callahan, Mrs. i
i L D. Thomas. Mrs. G. M. Goulding, I
j Mrs. G. N. Penney, Mrs. Melbem
Nixon. Mrs. J. A. Hutson. Mrs.
i Gertrude Davis, Mrs. W. C. Mur- ,U'P)~Tired of •slttln8 ln chairs that,
I phy. Mrs. P. P. Bartlett, Mrs. Alice were dei,iGned *> look at. William i
GIRL—Mr. and Mis. John Choat,
El Reno route 2, are the parents of
a daughter, born Saturday in the
Catto hospital. The baby weighed
nine pounds and four ounces and
has been named Wanda Delores.
BOY—Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Van-
noy, Bethany, are the parents of a
son born Sunday in the Laughton
Osteopathic hospital. The baby
weighed seven pounds and 12
DELAWARE, Ohio, March 20-
New and Reconditioned
Typewriter Dept Phone 286
South End Barker Avenue
Arrangements of pastel shaded
spring flowers and southern smllax
decorated the El Reno Country
How Can IP
Q. How can I correctly soak
A. Clothes are correctly soaked
if the very soiled parts are rubbed
with soap first, then soaked In
club Saturday evening when Dr. I cold suds if they are to stand over
and Mrs. Malcom E. Phelps, 801 night. Use hot suds if they are to
South Hoff avenue, were hosts at be laundered bfore cooling,
a reception and dance honoring | q. How can I keep white ivory
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. J toilet articles from turning yellow?
and Mrs. Joseph Malcom Phelps of a. After the articles are cleaned,
Mexico. Mo. place them in the direct ravs of the
Mr and Mrs Phelps were married sun for an hour or more, and this
Jan. 3 in Mexico where Mr Phelps will prevent their turning yellow.
is a senior student In the Missouri Q T .. ...
Q How can I vary the flavor of
Military academy. Mrs. Phelps is
tpe daughter of Mrs. Hendrick.
Boone, also of Mexico. ^ Add one or two tablespoonfuls
All appointments used through- °f_currant or ra*sPb®rry jelly, just
out the courtesy were of silver. *^orc setting aside to cool. This
Q. Is there any difference be-
i tween the pronunciation of ''fiance"
(masculine) and 'fiancee” (femi-
A. No Both words are pronounced
fc-an-sa, e as in fee, first a as in
ah, final a as in say, accent final
Q. Should an applicant for a
position extend his hand in greet-
ing the prospective employer who
Is Interviewing him?
A. No: wait for the employer to
i offer his hand, if he wishes to do
Q. Is it proper to reply to a
| wedding Invitation?
A. If the invitation is to the
church alone, it Is not necessary to
reply. If, however, the Invitation
i includes the breakfast or reception
j following the ceremony, then an
immediate reply in writing—accept-
ing or declining—should be mailed.
Centering the serving table, which
was covered with a cutwork linen
doth, was an arrangement of tulips,
iris and acacia in a silver urn.
Assisting with the reception of
guests were Mrs. Thompson Gilbert,
Mrs. Don Allison, Mrs. Ruiter
Shuttee. Mrs. M. S. Morris, Mrs.
George LeVan and Mrs. G. D.
will add to the flavor and appear-
NO TOTEM POLES
MANTEO, N. C.—(U.R)—Secretary
I. P. Davis of the Roanoke Island
Historical association Is used to
peculiar requests, but one for a
totem pole stumped him. A Balti-
more radio man wanted to buy a
Presiding at the table were Mrs. I ^em P°le about 25 or 30 feet tall.
James Hodges and Mrs. C. Riley l Davis explained that the Indians
Strong while the more than 250! wbo *nhabited the New' World
guests were registered by Mrs coait during lde days °f ^le “Lost
James P. Neal. " Colony” were not totem pole build-
MIXED ( ARGO
MIAMI, Fna.—(U.R)—Pan Ameri-
can World airways crewmen fig-
ured they’d really been to the ex-
tremes when they flew in a deadly
six-foot South American bushmas-
ter and a gentle-as-love Texas doe
in the same shipment.
107 North Evans Phone 512
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Stark. Mrs. Truman Lee! Mrs. V. H. I Qreen’ lnitructor at Ohio Wesleyan Ij H niV.. me iff
Relscbe. Mrs A G. Cash, Mrs. J. H. | lmiver8,ty' h“ designed a chair A0Rli1°*MJuM | DAT” Nlbtll
|||38§|___________________ a chair
Bannister. Mrs. A. J. Moss, Mrs. Ifor comfort alone-
C. E. Miller, Mrs. William Ehrhardt, 7116 new chalr ts stmPly designed,
Mrs. George Shirey, Mrs. J. N. composed of four pieces of ply- j
Tillery, Mrs. G. L. Pinkston, Mrs. Iwood, four rods and a quarter-of- |
Ryan Ratliff, Mrs. 8. E. Huddleston, a-ml,e of fisherman’s net twine.
Mrs. W. L. Entrekin, Mrs Riley' 11 ls now on display ln the uni- I
Tarver, Mrs. J. L. Tanimen and i versity’s Lyon Art haU and has
Mrs. H. E. Phillips.
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WINNERS IN GOLF
Play was for low from tee
| won campus-wide approval except
I for a few critics partial to the |
j softness of overstaffed chairs.
Green refused to name his crea- |
l01 tion and many will approve on
Between Minneapolis St. Paul
and Houston — serving Dallas*
Ft Worth. Kansas City and
the Ladies Golf club at the El Reno
Winners in the flights were Mrs.
H. C. Brown, championship; Mrs.
William Marshall, class A: Mrs. Ed
Koelsch, class B; and Mrs. William
green during Thursday flights of1 rcading the title of one of his
prize winning water color—“The
Iconography of Ornithological Pis-
for BD means Black-
Draught, the friendly laxa-
tive so helpful to relieve
constipation when it causes headaches,
logtnesa and upset stomach. Black-
Draught Is made of pure, Imported
herbs. Popular with four generations.
Costs a penny or less a dose. Children
like tasty Syrup of Black-Draught.
When you need a laxative, get Black-
Draught from the dealer nearest you.
See Us for your paint
and wallpaper needs.
EL RENO HARDWARE CO.
Between Oklahoma City Mid
T# Oklahoma City If. . 1i9l pm
Ta Kontat City it. • • . lilO pm
Streamlined coach and dinar
aervice to Fort Worth and Dailaa.
Lt. 2:49 pm.
Far Information, rocorvoHonc. tick ptc, mk
W. E. MOWN. Ticket Agent
• • . the irtifi to her heart
She was proud of him when they
married because she knew he would
be a good provider . . . that he
would do his best to make her
happy . . . and that he would buy
her all the things his means could
And the things she wanted were
electrical appliances which would
help do her household tasks the
best way . . . the easiest way . . .
and the cheapest way.
The cheapest way becauss the
money saved by the refrigerator
would in time pay ior the launder-
ing equipment which in time would
pay for another appliance . . . and
on and on.
And he was true to his trust. Her
home is ALL-ELECTRIC now.
The pennies I’ll cost
Are really few
for the lots ol chores
fit Jo lor you.
OKLAHOMA GAS AND
“Cousteaus, personal attention to eusry uuiomer'
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