The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 191, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 12, 1952 Page: 2 of 10
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Sunday, October 12, 1952
Mrs. Leon Gregory
Feted at Shower
Leisure Hour Club
Meeting Held Friday
Mrs. Oscar Best and Mrs. Karl
Hurst entertained with a surprise
stork shower Friday afternoon hon-
oring Mrs. Leon Gregory In her
home at 739M> South Hadden.
The contest prize was won by Mrs.
Jack Loyall and refreshments were
served by the hostesses. Shower
gifts were displayed on a lace-cov-
ered table centered with a stork.
Guests for the afternoon were
Mrs. Cornelia Newman, Mrs. Bryan
Gregory, Mrs. Johnnie Chappell and
children, Gloria Sue and Larry, Mrs.
Lee Hahn, Mrs. Dan Hahn, Mrs. A1
Chappell, Mrs. Darold Chappell,
Mrs. Alvin Chappell and children,
Lyle Dean and Juanita Mae.
Mrs. J. D. Rinderhagen, Mrs. Grif-
fin Crouch, Mrs. Bryon Griesel, Mrs.
R. L. Chappell, Mrs. Bill Curtis, Mrs.
Freeman Denwalt and daughter,
Vickie, Mrs. Earnest Wagon, Mrs.
Eua Wolf, Mrs. I. N. Wilson, Mrs.
Henry Behne, Mrs. Iona Bullock.
Mrs. Lee Hahn, Miss Mynell Powell.
Mrs. Loyall, the honoree and the
Gifts were sent by Mrs. Walter
Gregory, Mrs. Earnest Siler, Mrs.
John Siler. Mrs. W. C. Swingle, La-
qulta Wilson, Jimmie Lou Freeman
and Lois Mulanax.
Mrs. Leo Kainm was awarded the
mystery prize when the Leisure
Hour club met Friday afternoon in
the home of Mrs. Chauncey Hall,
420 South Evans.
Canasta furnished the entertain-
ment for the afternoon following
the business session and refresh-
ments were served by the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. Edith Amstutz.
Guests for the afternoon were
Mrs. John Porter and Mrs. Sam
Roberson and members present
were Mrs. Sam Wallace, Mrs. E. R.
Barnhart, Mrs. Coila Hovenden,
Mrs. J. C. Stickley, Mrs. W. O.
Wick, Mrs. Nelson Modrall, Mrs.
Berg Amberg, Mrs. Frank Smith,
Mrs. W. G. Byrd, Mrs. Kamm, Mrs.
Porter, Mrs. Roberson and the host-
The next meeting will be Oct. 24
with Mrs. Byrd, Reformatory circle.
* * *
Every Woman’s Class
Meets Friday in Church
County Jail Garage
MONDAY, OCTOMER 13
Begins 7 A. M.—VFW Auxiliary
Mrs. Bess Breeze presented the
devotional when the Every Wom-
an's Bible class of the First Chris-
tian church met Friday at the
church for their regular meeting
and covered dish luncheon. Mrs.
W. F. Carroll and Mrs. J. B. Comp-
ton were hostesses for the luncheon.
Other members attending were
Mrs. C. S. Singleton, Mrs. C. H.
Todd, Mrs. F. R. Gaughorn, Mrs.
E. A. Godfrey, Mrs. C. S. Schuldt,
Mrs. Cora Palmer, Mrs. Ethel Wynn,
Mrs. H. A. Smith, Mrs. Vern Peter-
son, Mrs. Mattie Hoffman, Mrs.
E. B. Godfrey and Miss Florence
New 1953 17-Inch
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Only $24.50 Down
$11.00 a Month
115 S. Bickford Ph 220 or 800
Members of the Trinity Lutheran
Mission guild were entertained
with a covered dish luncheon
Thursday in the church parlor cele-
brating the birthday anniversary
of the organization.
Mrs. John Bomhoff and Mrs.
Robert Biel were hostesses for the
luncheon. They were assisted by
the social committee composed of
Mrs. Charles Selck and Mrs. Edwin
The regular meeting was opened
by singing "Come Thou Almighty
King" and Scripture readings and
prayer by Rev. Robert Biel, pastor.
Mrs. Hannah York, president, was
in charge of the business session.
Date for the rummage sale was an-
nounced as Nov. 5-6 and all mem-
bers were urged to turn in their
rummage before that date. A “thank
you" note for the contribution to
the Children's Friend society in
Winfield, Kan., was read, also an
invitation to attend their 50th an-
niversary on Oct. 19.
Rev. Biel led the topic on "The
Lord's Prayer” and the meeting ad-
journed by repeating the prayer in
Mrs. E. Stein of Tacoma, Wash.,
was a guest for the afternoon and
other members present were Mrs.
George Barron, Mrs. Fred Biegel,
Mrs. Bernie Bremseth, Mrs. Harold
Gallagher, Mrs. Lee Goodwin, Mrs.
Charles Johnson, Mrs. Edwin
Kirch, Mrs. H. C. Klepper, Mrs.
Herman Kortemeier, Mrs. Fred
Lechtenberger, Mrs. Herbert Lok-
ensgard, Mrs. Theodore Lorenzen.
Mrs. Frona Lunnon, Mrs. Helen
Martin, Mrs. William Messenger.
Mrs. Albei t Peters, Mrs. Herbert
Rollin, Mrs. Martin Roacher, Mrs.
Paul Bander. Mrs. David Schaffer,
Mrs. Mary Schroeder, Mrs. Joe
Sherer, sr., Mrs. Lawrence Wiede-
mann, Mrs. Herbert Wieman, Mrs.
Martin Wieman, Mrs. William Wie-
man, Mrs. Gilbert Wittkopp, Mrs.
Karl Wittkopp and Mrs. Louie
* * *
Miss Elizabeth Millwee
To Wed Melvin R. Maple
A winter wedding is being plan-
ned by Miss Elizabeth Millwee,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Justus
Millwee, 736 South Miles, and Mel-
vin R. Mapel of Wichita, Kan., son
of Mrs. Eva Smith of Ponca City.
The bride-elect was graduated
from the El Reno highschool and
Draughn's Business college in Ok-
lahoma City. She i» now employed
by the Local Federal Savings and
Loan in Oklahoma City. The pros-
pective bridegroom is employed by
Cessna aircraft company in Wich-
MISS JOAN WILSON
Miss Joan Wilson
To Wed on Nov. 2$
Miss Joan Wilson and Virgil
Haynes have selected 8 o'clock the
evening of Nov. 28 for the date of
their wedding. Rev. Harold Enz will
read the vows at the First Christian
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs., E. C. Wilson, 1122
West Watts and was graduated
from the El Reno highschool with
the class of 1952. In highschool, she
was a member of the National Hon-
or Society and served as vice presi-
dent of the Future Homemakers of
America and was secretary of the
band. She now is employed by the
Southwestern Bell Telephone com-
The prospective bridegroom was
graduated from the El Reno high-
school where he was a member of
the Letterman's club, Forum De-
bating society. Future Farmers of
America and the T and I club. He
attended Oklahoma A. and M. col-
lege in Stillwater and is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Haynes, south-
west of El Reno. He now is employ-
ed by Oklahoma Tire and Supply
How Can I?
Q. How can I make use of lemon
A. They can be planted and treat-
ed as house plants. They make pret-
ty shrubs and the leaves may be
used for flavoring. Tie a few leaves
in a cloth and put into the apple
sauce for a few minutes. It gives a
Q. How can I brighten a dark bed-
A. If the bedroom is located on
the dark side of the house furnish
it with yellow draperies and deco-
rations and see how it brightens the
Life Stride Fall
Releases win by
First in fashion with
detailing, colors, sil-
houettes ... all designed
to complement the new fall
season at a budget-right price.
Carefully crafted to provide
fit that seems made-to-
wonder that these
are the elected
7.95 to 9.95
These are the Life Strides you saw in
COSMOPOLITAN. They have that
Your Family Shoe Store
112 South Rock Island
El Reno and Uptown Business and
Professional Women’s clubs. Meet-
ing at the Elk's home at 8:30 a. m.
Tenth district conference.
Modern Readers club. Hostess,
Mrs. Randolph Larson, 705 South
Order of the Eaatern Star. Meet-
ing at the Masonic temple.
Eagles auxiliary. Meeting at the
Eagles hall. Social.
McWilliams Stamp club. Meeting
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Maxey, 1017 South Ellison. Stamp
auction and stamp news.
Women's Christian Temperance
Union. Hostess, Mrs. Harry W. Berg,
207 North M. Meeting at 2 p. m.
Azalea Flower club. Hostess, Mrs.
Paul Hoffman, 221 South Roberts.
Woman's Benefit Association.
Meeting at the IOOF hall at 2 p. m.
preceded by a dinner at noon.
Altar guild of Christ Memorial
I Episcopal church. Hostess, Mrs.
Gertrude Cornelius, Oklahoma City.
El Reno Business and Profession-
al Women’s club. Meeting at the
Wesley Methodist church.
Round Table Study club. Hostess,
Mrs. 8. M. Barker, 1019 South Reno.
Meeting at 6 p.m. Birthday dinner.
GIA to the B of LE lodge. Host-
ess, Mrs. Gertrude Thom, 200 South
Williams. Meeting at 2 p.m.
Order of the Rainbow for Girls.
Meeting at the Masonic temple at
Sterling Thimble club. Hostess.
Mrs. H. J. Aycock, west of El Reno.
Jaycee Jaynes. Hostess, Mrs.
Bryan Padgett. 721 South Ellison.
* * *
John Mulanax Honored
With Dinner Friday
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Mulanax, 502
South Reno, entertained with a 6
o'clock dinner Friday evening hon-
oring their son, Jolin, who has just
returned from a two-year tour of
duty with the airforce in Frank-
furt, Germany. He received his dis-
charge on Sept. 24.
Guests for the dinner other than
the honoree and the hosts were
Wilburn Gregory, Lois Mulanax and
Mrs. Ed Darland.
Fidel is Class Has
Mrs. B. A. Higgins was a special
guest when Mrs. John W. Stock-
burger and Mrs. W. N. Potts enter-
tained members of the Fidelis Sun-
day school class of the First Pres-
byterian church at their monthly
meeting Thursday afternoon in the
parlor of the church.
Mrs. Lillie Tompkins, president,
presided over the session. Mrs. E.
R. Blanset was in charge of tho de-
votionals and she closed with'pray-
er. Roll call was answered with fa-
vorite verses from the Scripture.
Minutes from the previous meet-
ing and the treasurer’s report were
read by Mrs. Emil Doberitz, sec-
retary-treasurer. After several plans
were made for the coming meetings,
the group joined in singing “Open
Mine Eyes and Let Me See" and
‘He Lives,” with Mrs. W. J. Halsey
at the piano.
The program which followed was
presented by Mrs. Halsey, who took
for her text, “Believe and Live.”
3he closed the program with pray-
During the social hour which
followed, an ice course was served
by the hostesses. The members were
seated at the long lace-covered ta-
ble, centered with a bouquet of pink
Those attending were Mrs. B. A.
Higgins. Mrs. D. S. Armold, Mrs.
R. S. Fales, Mrs. John W. Laird,
Mrs. Harry Morris, Mrs. F. N. Ir-
ving, Mrs. Halsey, Mrs. Tompkins,
Mrs. Blanset, Mrs. Doberitz, Mrs.
Stockburger and Mrs. Potts.
Mrs. W. A. Brown and Mrs. Fales ,
wfil entertain at the next meeting I
to be held Nov. 13.
Nazarene Class Votes
To Change Its Name
The Chain, class of .the Church
of the Nazarene voted to change
the class name to Samaritan class
when they met Thursday evening
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Bickerstaff, 815 North Choctaw.
The meeting opened with group
singing and prayer by Mrs. Henry
Girard. Mrs. Geneva Kochendarfer
presented the devotional and Eddie
Rogers, president, was In charge of
After the program, games and
contests were the diversion for 1
evening with the contest prize I
ing won by Mrs. Ray Bunnell.
Members attending were M
Clara Lawson, Mrs. Clarence CIi
on, Mr. and Mrs. Bunnell, Mr. a
Mrs. Girard, Mrs. Kochendarfer a
children, Eugene and Paulette, 1
Rogers and the hosts.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 191, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 12, 1952, newspaper, October 12, 1952; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920044/m1/2/: accessed September 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.