The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 278, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 21, 1951 Page: 2 of 8
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] HD Club Elects
Sunday, January 21, 1901
Trinity Baptist [
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The Trinity Baptist church cir-
cles met Thursday afterruwn with
their various hostesses.
Dordean Hawkins circle met
with Mrs. J. N. Lovett, 135 North
L. The meeting was opened with
Preyer and conducted by Mrs.
Harvey Needham, chairman. The
watchword was repeated in unison
Officers for 19S1
Officers for the new year were
elected when the Friendly Qlrele
home demonstration club met
Thursday at Union Center school,
with Mrs. James Parker, Banner,
serving as hostess.
Officers elected were Mrs.
James Radcllff, president; Mrs.
John Worthington, vice-president,
and Mrs. Russel) Oilffin, secre-
tary. Various committees were
appointed by the president to
serve for the coming year.
■Roll call was answered with
“Safety Rules on the Highway
E) Reno Study club. Hoeteas. Mn
C. O. Keller. 430 South Rock island'
Election of officers and a tea.
| Order of the Eastern Star, rwi.^
1 “l the First Christian church
honoring Mrs. Edith Howard, dis-
trict deputy, Ohlckasha. u—^ „
6:16 p. in.
Eagles auxiliary. Hoataaao, lira.
C. F. Huggins, Mrs. George Hubbs
and Mrs. Charley Longtlde. Social
at the Eagles hell.
Azalea Flower club. Hostem. Mn
Ted Fedderson, 1130 South Hoff.
Woman’s Benefit association. Reg-
ular meeting at the IOOF hall at
3 p. m.
Variety club. Hostess, Mn. Ralph
Whitlock, south of El Reno.
Buttons and Bows club. Roateae,
Martha Jo Fllppen. 000 South Had- ■
Tuesday Aftenioon Canasta chib. \
Hostess, Mrs. W. H. Hammett, 11414
South Rock Island. J
Rebekuh lodge. Regular monthly ,
Flower Club Meets I C|ub
T"* Th>wer club met Fri- [ Madison were introduced as new
y afternoon with Mrs. C. C. members when the W end E club
met Friday afternoon with Mrs
A. C. Tisor. 1100 East Foreman!
by the group.
Members present were Mrs. R.
C. Cranmer, Mn. Jack Harrison,
(Additional Society oa Nnl Page!
bin. Garland Anderson. Mrs.
Needham and the hostess.
■Hie meeting was dessd with a
Player given by each member
Mrt*. "Plants in January” was
ftrwi by Mn. Lon Huff; “Chrys-
anthemums,” Mn. P. E Arnold;
Gloxinia," Mn. George Purcell
end "Fkjrsythla," Mrs. W. A. Duff.
After the business meeting and
WOTim, games were the enter-
tainment for the remainder of the
Memben present were Mrs. O.
W. Cooper. Mrs. J. c. Patterson.
Mrs. C. E Weldon. Mrs. Nancy
■rber. Mn. O. O. ToUefson. Mrs
B. B. Spears, Mn. J. O. Roberts.
Mrs. Bknmett Withoer, Mrs. Ar-
nold, Mn. Buff, Mn. Duff. Mrs.
Purcell and Mn. Coleman Mrs.
C. E. Thompson was a guest.
The next meeting will be PH).
» with Mn. Duff, gig west Owens.
for a covered dish luncheon and
a day of quilting.
The door prize was awarded
Mrs. P. T. Hoofard. Mn. Sher-
man Davis was a guest for the
Mrs. W. I. 1
PROGRAM at FAIR VIEW
All proceeds from a take*walk
and program in the ffcirvtew —Hfvi
Tuesday evening will go toward the
purchase of needed equipment fat
res,en»Uon « «. Moan, MO North
BaUew. DonaM. was hostess to the Pkuline
eent were Mrs. E. Sheriff Jackson circle The Bible
EVa Hodnett. Mn. ^udy was under the direction of
Mrs. Wyrick. Mn. _ir" ®’ wln*low- The opening
the school. Mias Minnie TSMhie,
Lynn. Mr*. Madison. Mrs. Hoofard Was *lwn W Mn. Ray
and the hoeteas. '
The next meeting will be Feb. Mn. Ru“S""ouKJ Id”
3 with Mrs. Wyrick, 31B South Frank Warren and Mn. F. L. Ab-
Wiiliams her. The closing prayer was given
—— ----- hy Mn. Warren.
L ^llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIUi ..■‘w.b*th Pool circle
I. N. Pennick, 110
Mre. Bla Welllver
ir Beatty gave the
and each mem-
in the program.
dinner at the IOOF hall.
Reno Valley home demonstration
club. Hostess, Mrs. M. H. Reding.
north of El Reno.
TMTM club. Hostess, Mn. E. W.
tte Life Stride eaodal
I* a eyriiftime favorite
Davis. Mrs. Forrest Davis and Mrs.
W. B. Blanton entertained with a
nursery shower in the home of Mrs.
Hie other pics we’ve “ineaked"? “I’ll Get Bv,
“Bummer stock,” and “The Jackpot"? . . , A1
Now . ..
016 privilege to bring you one of the grea
motion pictures of our time! .. . if, bound to plena.
",UC M ""“^wood’s offerings
nm rwHI,s ^ ,at th* whole to enjoy! Wen
wwak^Sa^-: "* y0U 10 "* thu wonderfu
The ‘ pl“,t ” ovt progran
TTi* Deaort Hawk which follows at 9:15 p m
Blanton, west of the city.
_ A tiny swing holding a baby doll
formed the centerpiece for the table.
The gifts were arranged around the
centerpieee. Various games were
played during the evening and re-
freshments were served by the host-
The guest list Included Mrs. Don-
ald Barnes. Mrs. James Burge, Mrs.
, Olen Julian, jr„ east of El Reno.
OOG club. Hostess, Mrs. Bam
, IW1 South Jensen.
Priscilla Embroidery club, w««*w
Mrs. 8. H. Brown, 414 South Rock
Ladles Society to the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen and Engine-
men. Meeting at IOOF hall.
D.Kirr^ H#r*' Donnoileh. Jr.. Mw"sui
DlOie Class Meets Edwards, Mrs. Guy Edwards Mrs
For Dinner Friday w”ley Jon*"'Mrs L««i«nd Luttreii.
The lev.™ MrK Hazel Jackson, Mrs. Don Hr-
Of “ ®,bl* Mrs. Harry Roberson, Mrs.
9Vld« H fh^^ v.°h),rCh ** Marlon Wallace. MM. Sam Weach,
Friday at the ehurch for their Mrs. Oertrude Osborne Mrs M a
regular meeting and covered dish Mitchell, jr
luncheon. „ w
— J .. Mrs- L M. Oonnett. Mrs j. d.
The devotional was given by Wlllsey, Mrs. Boyd Wilson. Jr., Mrs.
Mrs. Bess Breete. Russell Thomas, Mrs. Berne Rob-
Those present Were Mrs. George erts' Mrs Kenneth Duncan. Mrs.
Swisher. Mrs. R A. Godfrey, Mrs. pl°Jrd Blrdet>. Mrs. Arlie Bowling.
F. R. Gaughom, MM. J. B. Comp- Mrs ® ® Heitzman. Mrs. J. E.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 278, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 21, 1951, newspaper, January 21, 1951; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920280/m1/2/: accessed February 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.