The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 62, No. 251, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 20, 1953 Page: 3 of 16

Sunday,. December 20} 1968
Miss Hardwick Is j|
El Reno (Olda.) Daily Tribune
Calumet Club Party
Held in Catholic Hall
The Calumet home demonstra-
tion club held the Children's
Christmas party Wednesday In the
Catholic recreation hall.
After the 7 p. m. dinner, a gift
exchange was Held and games were
played, “Call” for the children and
pitch for adults.
High acorn In pitch wwnt to
Mrs. Bill Novak and Oaarleo Red-
ding, with low score going to Mr*.
Charles Redding and Bill Novak.
Others attending were Mr. am)
Mr., Mrs. Wieman Are
Friday Dinner Hosts
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wieman.
southeast of El Reno, were hosts at
a rehearsal dinner friday evening
at tholr home.
The buffet dinner was In honor of
their daughter. Mias JacoueUne
Hostess to Guild
"Gifts from Christian Homes"
*“ “t* !««•<» presented by Miss
May Shankltn Thursday evening
ANTHONY'S "LAST-MINUTE
ment be made promptly?
A. Yeg. This may be dope by In-
serting a ndtloe In ttu newspaper,
or by lssutpg engraved announce-
ments tg mends and rtlattVea, or
by means Pf an announcement
party for blose friends and relatives.
Q. Whan a man Is In ip# eleva-
tor of an office building, and g
woman acquaintance enters, should
he remove his hat?
A. He should lift his hat In
greeting, but etiquette does not
demand that he remove hla hag
In a business elevator.
Q. Is It correct to leave the spoon
In a shallow soup plate when you
have finished?
A. Yes.
when members of the Wesleyan
Service guild met In the home of
Mis. Haseldean Hardwick. Refor-
matory.
Co-hostesses were Mr*. Auals
Jswyer, Mrs. Dudley Stone, and
Mr*. O. X. Etheridge.
Devotion*! exercises were led by
Mm. Arnold Gewaipash, using the
CSirts tmas story as bar theme.
During S brief hotness session.
Plans wen mads to sand a basket
te s needy family at Christmas. Dr.
Louise tox, and
were appointed a
this project.
"Christinas in Many Lands,” was
giveq. with all members pertlcpat-
erarfng in the" Trinity Lutheran
Church.
White tapers in crystal holders
'and Christmas decorations were
usyd about the rooms.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Miles Klims, of Tulsa; Thomas
Klims, airman, 1-c, of Paris,
Prance; Mrs. Ralph Biker, Yukon;
Mrs. Brby Baker and dgughiM.
Ginger, of Bethany; Shirley Zou-
bek, and Marten Zoubek, both from
southeast of U Reno;
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE!
to plan
MOB ANNA ELIS* HODOES
Nuptials Slated
In tarly Summer
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hodges, Bar-
tlesville, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Anna Eliae Hodges, to Jamas W.
Weed, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
W. Weed, Reformatory house A.
The wedding will be an event of
early summer.
Miss Hodges is a graduate of the
Bartlesville hlghschool and is a
Junior In the college of business
administration at the University of
Oklahoma, Norman.
The prospective bridegroom grad-
uated from the El Reno hlghschool
with the class of INI. He is now
a Junior in the college of business
administration, University of Okla-
homa, where he la a member of the
Beta Theta PL
Young Matrons Club
Holds Dinner Party
Dr. and Mrs. James P. Jobe were
hosts Friday evening at a dinner
party for members of the Young
Matrons club and their husbands.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klnkade were
assistant hosts.
A green Christmas centerpiece,
flanked by red candles, decorated
the dining table.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Spurlin, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smud-
rlck, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stevenson,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hale, Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Dozier, Mr. and Mrs. Rus-
sell Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. BUI
Thompsph, Mr. and Mrs. Oltn Mo-
New, and Mr. and Mrs. William
V. Feddersen.
. Richard
Kortemeler, northeast of El Reno;
Bobby Smith, southeast of El Reno;
Mlaa Helen Martfa accompanied
Mrg. A. E. Coleman, who sang two
Christmas selections, and
Carolyn Shockey, and Mlaa Janloe
Hardwick played a number of
Chrlatmaa carols, all were guests of
thg guild.
Other guests were Mrs. W. H.
Hardwick. Mrs. Walter Cobb, and
Mn. B. M. Campbell.
Other members'present were Mrs.
H. Avant Taylor, president; Mias
Aurelia Beck, Mrs. W. R Buckner,
Mn. Blanche Fischer, Mrs. George
Foreman. Mn. Emeyt Hill, m««
Gladys Jensen, Mn. Ml P. Kelly,
Mn. M. A. Mitchell, Jr., Miss Wills
Dean Nicholson, and Miss Marie
flhaeklett.
Mrs. Buckner, 308 South Barker.
wlU be hostess Jan. 31, with Mn.
Joe Muir, Mrs. j. B.. McCullough,
and Mn. L. A. McCullough as co-
hostesses.
Miss Virginia Klepper, Miss Dolor-
es Jacobi, and Rev. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Biel and sons, Ronald, Wayne
and Larry, all of El Reno.
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HEM LINE
GORHAM, Me. —<U>>— Charlie
SchoU’s definition of fashion: "It's
what a her does to n hem to get a
him.”
Woman’s Bible Class
Meeting Canceled
It waa announced by Mn. W. F.
Carroll that the next regular meet-
ing date for members of Every Wo-
mans Bible class has been can-
celed, due to Christmas. They wUl
meet Dec.
REP All
LOANS
Phone
230
Christian
church for quilting and preparing
baskets and boxes for needy fam-
ilies and shut-ins, she said.
Members met Friday for an aU
day session at the church, with
j4*uL&t4&K
Women’s Relief Corps
Elects New Officers
Mn. C. H. Kepler was elected
president of the Womans Relief
Corps when they met Friday after-
noon at her home. 905 Sunset drive.
Other officers elected were Mrs.
Joe Fowler, senior vice president;
Mn. Sam Kelly, junior vice presi-
dent; Mn. Lillie McCray, treasurer;
Mrs. Artie Cannon, chaplain; Mrs.
Agnes Smith, conductor; Mrs.
George Davis, guard; and Mrs B.
W. Roblyer, secretary.
A Christmas gift exchange fol-
lowed the business meeting.
Present, other than the new of-
fleers, were Mrs. L. I. Fisc us. Mn.
Bins Faler, Mrs. George Bien, Mrs.
Lura Young. Mn. Pearl Linkenfel-
ter, Mn. Leo Davis, Mn. Florence
Hattsnan, Mrs. Anna Chambers,
and Mn. Bari Davis.
Mn. E. A. Godfrey as luncheon hos-
tess, assisted by Mrs. C. F. Schuldt,
and Mrs. Henry Stipp.
Others present were Mrs. W. L.
Leach, Mn. F. R. Oaughorn, Mn.
John McNew, Mrs. E. B. Godfrey,
Mn. J. G. Roberts, Mn. O. A.
Swisher, Mrs. Fred Kltxmlller, Mrs.
Vem Peterson, Mrs. W. F. Carroll,
Mrs. M. M. Golden,
Sunday School Class
'Holds Gift Exchange
Annual Christmas party and gift
exchange for members of the Mary
Martha Sunday school class of the
Pint Baptist church, was held
Thursday at the home of Mn. E. A.
Jackson, 901 South Bllson.
Mn. George Milter, Mrs. Cheater
Lyon, and Mn. Lathe Jones were
co-hoeteaaee.
A clarinet and piano duet waa
played by Linda, and Helen Kay
FOR FIRE, AUTOMOBILE, GLASS,
LIABILITY, HEALTH AND
ACCIDENT INSURANCE
WE WRITE BONDS TOO!
Mn. H. A.
Smith, Miss Florence McDougall,
and Mn. Cora Palmer.
Birthday Club Holds
Meeting on Thursday
Mn. Eva Baldridge was welcomed
Into the Birthday club, at their
Thursday afternoon meeting at the
home of Mrs. D. L. Murphy, 705
8outh Rock Island.
After a short business meeting
and Christmas gift exchange, pitch
waa the diversion.
High score was won by Mn. Mur-
phy and second high by Mrs. E. A.
Fuller.
Other members attending were
bln. George Davis, Mrs. L. I. Fis-
cus, Mn. Clyde Haynes, Mn. Pete
Gerber, Mrs. George Haydn, Mn.
P. M. Helton an, Mn. 8ue HUburn,
Mn. Herman Lemke, Mrs. B. W.
Roblyer, Mrs. O. H. Schumacher.
Mn. W. C. Whitacre, Mn. Jess
Williams, Mrs. W. O. Murphy. Mrs.
John Onan, Mrs. J. H. Ward, Mrs.
Gerald Seely, and Mrs. Wayland
Frizzell.
Mn. W. C. Whitacre, 114 South
Williams, will be hostess Jan. 14,
with Mn. Herman Lemke co-hos-
tei*.
For the Magic of
CASSEROLE COOKERY
Handsome casseroles set In graceful wrought iron
fittings. - Complete with burner and recipe books
for this new type of cookery. Choose this for the
■mart hostess on your list.
Legion Aux. Members
Give Food for Christmas
Members of the American Legion
auxiliary met Thunday evening In
the downstairs parlor of the Legion
building.
During the bustneee meeting, It
was voted to send a basket of food
to a needy veteran's family, and
Mn. Charles Burger waa appointed
to handle the filling of the basket.
Plans were made to’ trim the
Christmas tree In the Legion Bud-
ding at 3 p.m. Sunday, and fill sacka
for the Christmas party, which will
be at 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 31, In the
upstaln hall of the Legion building.
Mrs. Arthur Foster will be In
charge of the program at the party,
which will be preeChted by the
children.
All members of the American Le-
gion, the Auxiliary and their chil-
dren, were Invited to attend.
It was voted to ask each one at-
tending the party to bring food
to be used in baskets for needy
New Motif
TV TABLES
choose from plain colon
that blend with decorating
scheme. Perfect for snacks
and TV viewing.
Roast and Game
BOARDS
Big hardwood boards for
serving fowl, roaata and ham.
Equipped with meat holden
to help the carver.
$7.95-$12.95
Lazy Susans ££
$7.95 to $19.95
Newcomers Club Names
Officers for New Year
New officers of the Newcomers
club were elected Friday evening
preoedlng a Christmas party in the
Diesel clubroom at the Rock Island
office building.
They were Mrs. J. B. Frazer,
president; Mrs. U. R. Neale, vice
president; and Mn. Edmond Rice,
secretary.
Mn. Halite McCartney, a guest,
told the story "The Other Wise
Man.”
Others attending were Mn. L. L.
Davis, Mn- Robert Burker. Mn.
Tony Rector, |lra. Claude Dtakel,
Mn. Fred Carter, Mn. B. A. Fred-
rickson, Mira. T. F. Kelly. Mn. K C.
Corbitt, Mn. Al Lay. Mn. M. K.
Arta, 9tn. K. O. Thomas. Mn.
Matins DUL and another guest,
Mn. T. Ks|ly, of Memphis, Term.
Starter Sets in Franciscan Ware
Desert Rose and Apple Patterns Si r nr
txw$mY tTYup luscious cot®
OVERLAY DESIGNS . . . REGULAR LENGTH
Starter Sets in Weil War/
Cream Rose and Birehwood Patterns
Regular Price ftL49_________________________
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LARGE STOCK LOVELY GIFT WRAPPINGS!
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Delightful Assortment
LAPIES HOUSE SHOES
Amazing values ot tftfs unbelieveable An- Al
Ihony price. Choate from brocodei, quilted ■ kfl
Tetlliay, DtcteAw 22 at 8 P.M,
u*u annua »» them fuwjes
Silent Night"
wtins and mony others in e host of lovely
colors. Hord soles. Size* 4 to SL
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gU of El
GIVE AN*
★ Motion Pictgrq > Sound
★ Santo Claus with Treats for the Chjdien
Conte and Sting& HUdies
AMS. BENGE, Worthy President
GIFT CERTIFICATE 1
GOOD Of ANY OF THE
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