The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 191, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 12, 1952 Page: 3 of 10
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Of El Reno
Members of Brownie troop 11 of
Rose Witcher school met at the
home of their leader, Mrs. Sam
Davis, 1003 East Cavanaugh, Thurs-
day afternoon and hiked to City
park for a picnic supper. Jerry
Ruth Elchor was hostess for the
It was announced Mrs. Stanley J.
Gallaway will hold try-outs at the
next meeting 10 select the cast for
a play to be presented in Decem-
ber. Proceeds from the play will
be used to buy Christmas gifts for
the needy children of El Reno.
Those attending Thursday's meet-
ing were Janette Bruce, Cynthia
Crumley, Sammy Lea Davis, Sharon
Doyle, Jerry Ruth Eichor, Glenda
Puller, Nellie Johnson, Martha
Seely, Patsy Shaw, Carole Shearer,
Donna Mae Van Gundy, Marcella
Higgs, Marne Roach, Mrs. Davis,
leader, Mrs. James Johnson, assist-
ant leader, and Mrs. Jerry Eichor,
Girl Scout troop 38 of Central
school met at Adams park Thursday
afternoon for a picnic.
The afternoon was spent playing
Members present were Sharon
Adams, Peggy Sue Beaver, Jamie
Cavins, Phyllis Oe«n, Jacquita
Grimes, Deanna JolMf, Mary Jane
King, Clifta Jo Miller, Margaret
Roach, Janice Wllkerson, Gayle
Ellis. Mrs. L. J. G.rlmes, troop
leader, and Mrs. Eaii Miller, assist-
* * *
Service Day Is Held
By Members of CWF
The Christian Women's Fellow-
ship of the First Christian church
held the monthly service day
Thursday in the church basement.
Twenty-seven oancer bandages
were rolled for the American Can-
cer Society in Oklahqpia City; 375
yards of bandages were rolled and
three boxes of clothing packed for
the church’s Congo mission and 21
boxes of cookies were packed and
mailed to servlcentPn Of the church.
Eleven pairs of scuffs were com-
pleted for the Christmas project
and material was cut for seven toys
to be sewed and stuffed.
Those atteding were Mrs. Clyde
Maxey, Mrs. C. T. Bradney, Mrs. E.
B. Godfrey, Mrs. Roy Hall, Mrs. C.
S. Singleton, Mrs. Sam Wallace.
Mrs. Harold Enz, Mrs. Nell Lovell,
Mrs. F. R. Gaughorn, Mrs. V. M.
Reichert, Mrs. LeRoy Searcy. Mrs.
Raymond Peil, Mrs. S. P. Iamb,
Mrs. Loren Spurr, Mrs. A. Wilson,
Mrs. L. B. Weldenmaier, Mrs. H. A.
Smith, Mrs. Forest Niles, Mrs. C. E.
Llnville, Mrs. Bryan Padgett and
Mrs. Olin Byers.
HOME FROM SCHOOL
Miss DeLores Meredith, a stu-
dent at the University of Oklahoma
in Norman, spent Wednesday and
Thursday in the home of her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Meredith,
832 South Miles.
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MISS PATRICIA COX
Miss Cox ToWed
Mr. and Mrs. N. Elwood, north of
El Reno, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Patricia Cox, to Kenneth Lynch,
airman second class, son of Mrs.
Iva Lynch, East Rainesville, W. Va.
A definite date for the wedding
h4s not been set.
The bride-elect is a senior in the
El Reno highschool and is a mem-
ber of the Squaw Pep club, Bonita
Marcia Literary society and the Art
The prospective bridegroom was
graduated from the Raiiselle high-
school and is stationed at the Tink-
er airforce base, Midwest City. He
served on Guam for 21 months.
Parent- Teacher Groups Meet
At Schools During Past Week
Plans Anniversary Event
Plans were made for the anni-
versary dinner to be held Nov. 14
when the Ladies Auxiliary to the
Switchmen's Union of North Amer-
ica met Friday evening at the
Appointed to the dinner com-
mittee were Mrs. Tice Wagner, Jr.,
Mrs. Richard Fairchild and Mrs.
Cleo Heitzman. Plans were also
made for a rummage sale to be held
Oct. 23. Mrs. Albert Walker, presi-
dent, conducted the business session.
A pot-luck dinner preceded the
business meeting and the door prize
was won by Mrs. Haskell Hedge.
Members attending were Mrs.
E. R. Barnhart, Mrs. E. A. Sim-
mons, Mrs. Ed Jones, Mrs. Albert
Houle, Mrs. William Martell, Mrs.
John Biown, Mrs. Stacy Turner,
Mrs. Ted Hodgklnson, Mrs. Joe
Williamson of Oklahoma City, Mrs.
Walker, Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. Fair-
child. Mrs. Heitzman and Mrs.
The next regular business meet-
ing will be Dec. 3 with Mrs. Jones,
814 North Evans.
A committee was appointed to re-
pair the school’s choir robes when,
the Central P-TA unit met Friday
afternoon at the school. Named to
the committee were Mrs. R. J. Paul-
sen, Mrs. A. W. Walker and Mrs. W.
Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, president,
presided during the meeting and the
flag salute was led by Daniel George.
Mrs. Raymond Peil, secretary, read
the minutes of the previous meet-
ing and the treasurer's report was
given by Mrs. Paulsen.
Miss Irene March, principal, re-
ported helmets, shoulder pads and
Jerseys have been ordered for the
Central football squad and gave a
report of the auditing committee.
It was announced the November
program will be a joint meeting
with other P-TA units in observance
of “American Education Week.” Mrs.
J. C. McNaught presented the de-
votionals and Mrs. Dean Ward re-
ported on the unit meeting held
Monday evening at Central school.
The attendance award was won by
Mrs. Gladys Phillips’ fifth grade
room. Hostesses for the social hour
were Mrs. Lloyd Palmer and Mrs.
Floyd Croxton, fifth grade room
Rose Witcher P-TA
Mrs. William Doyle, president,
presided during the Rose Witcher
P-TA meeting at 8 p.m. Friday at
Rev. Robert Biel opened the meet-
ing with prayer and led the flag
salute. The sixth grade boys' quar-
tet, composed of Terry Wilson, Hen-
ry Frizzell, Ronald Porter and J. W.
Crumley, presented a vocal :.umber
under the direction of Mrs. H. V.
Tillinghast. Dorothy Swingle and
Brenda Weldenmaier played a piano
duet and Patricia Enz played a solo
on th • Bell Lyre.
Mrs. Harold Enz presented Girl
Scout awards and group singing was
led by Mrs. Tillinghast. An open
forum on "School and P-TA Prob-
lems” was directed by Rev. Biel.
The Webster P-TA voted to buy
football suits for the football team
when they met Friday afternoon at
Wobster school. The group also made
plans for family fun night to be
held Oct. 24 at the school.
Paul Winslow led the flag salute
and Rev. J. W. Hodges, pastor of
the First Baptist church presented
the devotional. Ronnie Martin gave
a reading and a panel discussion on
“School of Instruction” was led by
Mrs. W. A. King, Mrs. Forrest Da-
vis and Mrs. Albert DeLaughter.
Mrs. Howard Jessup, president.
VISITS IN ENID
Mrs. Frances Shuttee. 1208 South
Barker, is spending the week-end
with Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Shut-
tee in Enid.
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conducted the business session and
refreshments were served by the
sixth grade mothers. They are Mrs
W. L. Adams, Mrs. Eddie Nichols,
Mrs. C. M. Shropshire, Mrs. Virgil
Tennory and Mrs. W. L. Potts.
The Lincoln P-TA will meet at
2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the school
auditorium when the theme of the
program will be “The P-TA's Place
in the Community.” A nursery for
pre-school children will be provid-
Miss Edsel Presents
Lesson for Meeting
Miss Margaret Edsel, Canadian
County home demonstration agent
presented the lesson on “Small
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Kitchen Appliances" when the Fort
Reno home demonstration club met
Friday afernoon at the chapel.
Mrs. Bob Ahring was hostess for
the afternoon meeting and Mrs. W
N. Patterson was elected reporter
during the business session.
Members present were Mrs. Ar-
thur Guth, Mrs. Calvin Wilson,
Mrs. Mike Preno, Mrs. O. R. Tay-
lor, Mrs. Bob Harrell. Mrs. Hubert
Tuefel, Mrs. Ahring and Mrs. Pat-
The next meeting will be Nov^
at the Fort Reno chapel.
Lunch Hour Is Lucky
But Girl Prefers Food
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 11—<U.R)—Miss
Georgia Theodore, bookkeeper,
started out on her lunch hour but
hardly had time to eat.
She stepped out from her office
building and found a *2,066 check
on the sidewaik. She returned it
to a firm in her own building.
She returned to the street and
spotted a wallet which its owner
had just dropped while getting out
of an auto. She gave it to him.
Thirty minutes had gone by.
She was starting out again to look
around for a place to eat when,
three blocks away, she saw a wom-
an's purse lying abandoned on a
“That was too much,” Miss Theo-
dore said. “I just walked past it.’
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Altar Society Unit
Has Regular Meeting
The St. Theresa unit of the La-
dles Altar Society of Sacred Heart
Catholic church met Thursday in
the home of Mrs. Louis Wolking,
302 South Evans. Assistant hostess-
es were Mrs. Robert Higdon and
Mrs. Lawrence Higdon.
Mrs. Jim Barber was awarded he
unit prize and the bunco prizes
were won by Mrs. Carlos Weaver,
high, and Mrs. Clyde Corwin, low.
Mrs. Jack Koos won the traveling
Members present were Mrs. Jack
Beville, Mrs. John Montroy, Mrs.
Tony Gerber, Mrs. Robert Galla-
gher, Mrs. Mike Reding, Mrs. Don
Van Ryan, Mrs. Fred Zweiacher,
Mrs. Jack Wiewel, Mrs. W. Forbes.
Mrs. Pete Gerber, Mrs. Jack Moore.
Mrs. Elmo Finnegan, Mrs. Kenneth
Hammons, Mrs. John Lanman,
Mrs. George Walch, Mrs. Ray
Flaherty, Mrs. Barber, Mrs. Koos,
Mrs. Weaver, Mrs. Corwin and the
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Q. If a man is forced by circum-
stances to send a woman whom he
has been escorting home In a taxi.
Is he supposed to pay the taxi fare?
A. He most certainly is! He should
Inquire of the driver the approxi-
mate amount the fare will be, and
then pay him, adding enough for a
Q. When leaving the dinner ta-
ble to dance, what should one do
with one’s napkin?
A. Leave the napkin unfolded be-
side the plate.
Q. What kind of flowers should a
bride wear If she Is married In a
traveling costume and prefers not
to carry an arm bouquet?
A. She may wear a corsage of or-
chids, gardenias, or any other flow-
er that suits her fancy.
Q. How may one serve fruit at
an Informal dinner?
A. Just place a large bowl of
fruit on the table, and allow the
guests to help themselves.
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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/m1/3/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.