The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 70, Ed. 1 Monday, May 21, 1951 Page: 3 of 6
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
) Daily Tribune
In Home Of
This Fashion First
tend the ■ Reno auilUrlvn for
Mrx. hull Bradbury, FOW camp,
entered the MniMrtum today tor
Arthur Kineey, Yukon, entered
the sanitarium May is for major
Mrs. Bc*> McCain, 300 South
Williams, entered the sanitarium
today for medical treatment.
Wayne Crowder and Olenda
was admitted to the Laughton
clinic May 30 for medical treat*
Mrs. Harry Rad ant, El Reno route
1, entered the clinic Saturday for
medical treatment ms was dis-
Mn. 0. A. Bramble tt, 010 South
Bickford, entered the clinic for
major surgery May 8 and was dis-
missed May 10.
BUI Allen, MO Sooth Bickford,
entered the clinic for medical treat-
ment May 7 and was dismissed
Mrs. Alvena Boevers, Yukon, en-
PIEDMONT, May 31 —Friendly
Neighbors home demonstration
club met Wednesday afternoon
with Mm. Floyd Knight.
The business session was eon-
ducted by Mrs. Henry Yeck, presi-
GIRL—Mr. end Mrs. Jimmy
Berry, Enid, are the parents of a
daughter born Sunday at the El
Reno sanitarium. The baby weighed
The Woman’s Benefit Association,
review *. Regular meeting at the
IOOF hall at 3 p.m, followed by
a bunco party.
_ DYWYK dub. Hostess. Mrs. J. Q,
eight pounds, 10 ounces.
dent, when plena were made to
paint names on local mailboxes.
A picnic was planned for Sun-
day, May 37, at the Archie Knight
GIRL—Mr. end Mrs. Chauncey
Hall, MS South Hadden, are the
Parents of a daughter born today
at the sanitarium. The baby
weighed four pounds. 10 S ounces.
Roberts, SIS South Hlixan.
ladles Society of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen and Engine-
men. Meeting at the IOOF hall at
a p. m.
Cro-Tat-Bn dub. Hostess, Mm.
Wnery Whltacre, 1231 West Wade.
Wesleyan Service guild of Wesley
RoU can was answered by "On-
usual Tasks I Like to perform
With an Electric Appliance."
The lesson on “’Electrical Ap-
pliances" was given by Mrs. Floyd
Knight. She was assisted by Mrs.
Seventeen members aoi four
visitors were served refreshments
by Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Roy
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Snyder and
Mrs. Ida Snyder spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nel-
son at Perry.
Guests Sunday In the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M F. Dickerson
were Mr. and Mn. George Segress
and children, Terry and Jill, of
Midwest City, Mn. Clara Bostuick
of Oklahoma City, Miss Argus
Dickerson of Kingfisher, Mr. and
Mn. Monar Dickerson and son,
Stephen, end Monard Dickerson.
Special Mother’s day services
were held at the Methodist church
Sunday with a large crowd pres-
The following mothers were pre-
sented corsages: Mn. Ada Garten,
oldest mother; Mn. Oervts Mens!
youngest mother, and Mrs. Fred
Frozen Beans Work
For Aches and Pains
QUINCY, Mass., May 31—(UJB—
Mrs. Tied Ashby has discovered a
new use for frosen foods—as an
emergency ice pack.
Her dentist pulled a tooth and
advised her to apply Ice to her Jaw
as soon as possible.
Mrs. Ashby walked out of his
office and across the street to a
food store, where she bought a
package of froaen green beans and
applied them to her face.
It worked fine, she reported.
Methodist church. Meeting at 0:30
p.m. In the church basement. In-
TLP club. Hostess, Mn. Tom Gar-
MEMPHIS, Term. —<U.R>— Msgr.
Louis Joseph Kemphues has cele-
brated the mass nearly 30,000 times
in 50 yean as a priest. He has said
mass at least once each day and
two or three times many Sundays
and holy days.
church at 3:30 p. m. Business meet-
Whb ZIPPERS! Made of lough 8 os.
Sanforised denim. Copper riveted ana
double-stitched with heavy orange
thread. Inside twinging pockets. Un-
conditionally Guaranteed. Sisco M2
with DOUBLE KNEE.
Q. Is it proper to hold the fork
or spoon in the hand st the table
while engaged in a long
wnue engaged in a long conversa-
A. It Is better to lay the utensils
down on the plate while talking. If
held In the hand, one is likely to
find oneself waving It about, and
this Is definitely Improper. Of course
this does not mean that If a person
Is going to say “yes” or "I think
flatter you. Embroidery touches,
standaway pockets are fashion!
Pattern 8188 In sixes 12, 14, 16,
18, 30; 40. Size 16 takes 3H yards
30-inch. Transfer included.
This easy-to-use pattern gives
perfect fit. Complete. Illustrated
Sew Chart shows you every step.
Send 30c In coins for this pattern
to Marian Martin, care of The El
Reno Dally Tribune. No. 300. Pat-
tern Dept., 232 West 16th St.. New
York 11, N. Y. Print plainly name,
address with sixe and style number.
Sizes 8 to 18.
The theme was “Touring Hono-
lulu" and the program was In the
form of a little newspaper.
Seniors present were Joan
Treece, Ruth Beaty, Rita Pruett,
Rober Dillon and Verlyn YoweU.
Juniors attending were Rex Ev-
ery, Alan Houston, Uoyd McGee,
Allen Moffat, Wanda Collins, Ro-
berta Every, Willa Fry, Marie
* Suitable Plants from
which to make your
selection — all El
We Offer Complete
Your Home Needs
Med Heal Contracting
US & Back Island Ph. CM
uc wwm wiin ine lingers, never
Q. Don't you consider it rude
for a guest to talk at length about
the exceptionally good time he
had at another party, or when
visiting other friends?
A. Yes, It most certainly Is rude
because it gives the Impression
that he had a much better »imf
■Faculty members present were
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Collett,
Thelma Ratcliff. Marie Yoestlng,
Mrs. Paul Hunt, Mrs. Hollis
Knight and John Ooggtn. The
board of education members pres-
ent were Ray Biggs, Bmast Jech
and Alonzo Oaubert.
How Can I?
Q. How can I launder velveteen?
A. Wash the velveteen In luke-
warm. soapy water. Do not twist to
wring out, but remove the water by
pressure. Rinse In water of the same
temperature and shake the garment
well. When dry, place on a q»y*
blanket and iron on the wrong tide
Q. How can I, when painting
make easier the task of removing
paint which gets on my hands?
Gossard's bra for
last Times Tonight
My Friend Irma1
each morning at a designated hour.
Artemis mixes moonbeams with lace,
and brings you lingerie you can mix
and match into gift sets ... or keep
for your own enjoyment. Whispering
rayon crepe, so cool, so easy-to-care-
for ... misty with lace and nylon net.
We Can Make Immediate
Delivery on These New 1951
Dream Struck Gown
Vacation Time Will
Soon Be Here—
Make It a Care-free
Trip In a New Car!
Artemis goes to great
lengths with lace, tratl-
lt like moonbeams on
skirt, bodice and straps
. . to make a cool gown
of gleaming rayon
crepe. Moonlight white.
pink or blue.
Sizes 32 to 40.
' • • • be glamorous
as your favorite movie star!
• Smooth elaiKdzed satin gently, yet firmly uplifts and supports the bosom.’
a Action-free, supple as skin! Gives with every movement... every breath. ■
• Delicate, embroidered Nylon marquisette forms the cup tops.
• Satin ribbon edges deep pkmge front. i. cut low for decoilette necklines.*
• Shapes wide, deep breast separation.
• In white only. A, B, C cup typeo.
• Adjustable ribbon shoulder straps, elastic hack inserts C/ HH
for added comfort... adjustable back fastening ...
=liaw3^i&Tr5SS.'4LS£ «o nn
* 1951 DODGES
• Coronet 4-Door Sedan
• Coronet Club Coupe
• Meadowbrook 4-Door Sedan
• Two-Tone Blue Belvedere
• Cranbrook 4-Door Sedan
• Cambridge Club Coupe
/ • Concord 2-Door Sedan
Choose Your New Car Now!
Enchanting Moonlight White Slip
Lace and wide bands of embroidered nylon sheer
make an out-of-this-world slip of cool, rayon crepe.
And the Artemis patented Figure-Perfect cut com-
pletely covers your bra; the straight front skirt
won’t ride up. Moonlight white. 32 to 42.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 70, Ed. 1 Monday, May 21, 1951, newspaper, May 21, 1951; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc919896/m1/3/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.