The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 129, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 31, 1951 Page: 2 of 6
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El Reno ^Okia.f *i)aily TVlbune
Miss Joretta FeddWeds
Mart Terry Sunday Afternoon
Before an altar banked with
basket* of pink and white gladioli I
and Jade ferns, flanked by seven-
branched candelabra holding white
cathedral candles. Miss Joretta Bell
Feddersen. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Feddersen. Union City,
became the bride of Mail E Terry.'
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Terry.
Oate, Beaver county, Sunday after-
The vows were read at 4 o'clock
in the Wesley Methodist church
with Rev. E. C. Hicks and Rev.
Jack Taylor officiating.
Mrs. A. W. Hauser played a pro-
gram of nuptial music preceding
the ceremony and accompanied
Miss Nadine Bynum when she sang
"The Lord's Prayer" and "Be-
cause." Mrs. Hauser also played
the traditional wedding marches.
Given In marriage by her father,
the bride chose a white brocaded
Mrs. Terry will be at home in Oate.
For traveling, Mrs. Terry chose a i
blue crepe dress accented with ■
white accessories. Her corsage was I
uf white roses.
Mrs. Terry was graduated from
the El Reno highschool where she
was a member of the FHA. BMC
and Squaw pep club. She attended
Oklahoma A. and M college, Still-
water, for two years.
Mr Terry was graduated from
Englewood. Kan., highschool and
this spring received a degree from
the school of agronomy at Okla-
homa A and M college, Stillwater.
Problem a Day
A chipmunk is sitting on a log
10 feet long and 3 feet In circum-
ference. As the log rolls down a
hill, a distance of 50 feet, the
Couple Weds In
St. Joseph's Old Cathedral In
Oklahoma City was the scene of
the wedding of Miss Mary Margaret
Elmenhorst. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anton Elmenhorst, southwest
of El Reno, and Arvin E. Williams,
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Williams
The vows were read at 7 o'clock
Friday evening by Rev. Arnold
Mtlnng. before an altar banked
with vases of white gladioli.
Oiven In marriage by her father,
the bride chose a white ballerina-
length dress fashioned with a lace
bodice and a bouffant skirt of net
over taffeta. Her V-shaped yoke
was of net and the short sleeves
were lace. From a lace calot fell
a shoulder-length veil. She carried
u white Bible topped with an
Mrs. Stanley Hess Fulton Mo.,
was matron of honor for her sister.
Her ballerina-length dress was of
aqua net over taffeta fashioned
with a scalloped net yoke. She wore
a net calot and carried a colonial
bouquet of yellow daisies
Best man was Master Sergeant
Ormal Williams. Fort Riley. Kan,
a brother of the bridegroom.
After the ceremony, a reception
was held In the home of Mrs. Virgil
Brown in Oklahoma City. Mrs
Brown was assisted by Miss Maxine
Cooper and Miss Eileen Elmenhorst.
sister of the bride.
Mrs. Williams was graduated
from Sacred Heart highschool and
Draughan's Business college in Ok-
lahoma City. Mr. Williams was
graduated from Central highschool,
After a short wedding trip the
couple will be at home in Okla-
maining on top. How far does the
50.99 iplus) feet. Hr travels along
the hypotenuse of a right-angled
triangle, whose sides are 50 feet
and 10 feet; add the squares of
50 and 10; extract square root
taffeta dress fashioned with a chipmunk goes from one
fitted bodice and tiny self-covered 1*11' *°K 10 a*wa}’s
buttons formed the front closing.
Her long sleeves formed points at
the wrists and her floor-length
skirt extended into a chapel-length
The fingertip-length bridal veil
of nylon was attached to a head-
dress fashioned of lilies-of-thc-
valley. The bride's bouquet was a
white Bible topped with a bouquet
of white roses.
Miss Dorothy Moffat, Piedmont,
served as maid of honor. Her pale
green taffeta dress was styled with
a fitted bodice buttoned down the
front with tiny self-covered but-
tons. Her floral bouquet, mounted
on a fan, matched her dress.
Bridesmaids weie both sisters of
the bride. They were Miss Georgia
Lee Feddersen, whose dress was of
peach taffeta, and Miss Catherine
Feddersen who wore orchid taffeta.
Their dresses and bouquets were
identical to Miss Moffat's.
Daune Evans. Nash, served as
best man and ushers were Gerald
Jackson. Butler, and Jim Peers.
A reception was held immediately
after the ceremony in the church
parlor. The bride's lace covered
table was centered with a flora)
arrangement of daisies.
Miss Norma Hurst. Banner, and
Miss Ailleen Earp. Chandler, pre-
sided during the reception. Mis.
J. C. Lively, sister of the bride-
groom. was in charge of the guest
After a wedding (rip, Mr. and
What is the maximum length
of time before a person should
acknowledge any kind of formal
A This invitation should be an-
swered within one or two days if
possible, or not later than u week
when necessity prevents an earlier
Q. When introducing two men,
would it be proper to say, Mi-
Baker. this is my friend. Mr.
A. This would be rather tactless,
as It implies that Mr. Baker is
not your friend.
Q How would a bride, who has
no parents or living relatives, word
the announcements of her wedding?
A. "Miss Mary Jane Jones and
Mr. John William Smith have the
honour of announcing their mar-
Q. How does a man introduce an-
other man to his wife?
A. "Mr. Brown. I should like In
of Introduce you to my wife"
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Jayccc Jaynes. Hostess, Mrs, Roy
Stafford. 1327 South Hadden.
Meeting at 8 p. m.
Catholic Daughters of America
Meeting at Knight* of Columbus
American Legion auxiliary.
Meetlne at legion hall.
Naomi circle of the Women»
Missionary Union of the Trlntly
Baptist church. Meeting at 2 p. m.
In church parlor.
Sunshine home demonstration
club. Hostess, Mrs. John Darrcw,
TLF club. Meeting at Legion
park at 1 p. m. Dinner.
Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Wesley Methodist
Circle 8. Meeting at Adams park
at 7 p. m. Picnic.
Circle 9 Hostesses, Mrs. James
Burge and Mrs. Paul Brinkley.
Meeting at Legion park. Swim-
Circle 11. Hostess, Mrs. Wayne
Wilson, 414 South Barker. Meeting
at 7:30 p. m.
Louise Hill circle of the Wom-
en's Missionary Union of the First
Baptist church Hostess. Mrs. L. D.
Thomas, 1217 West Warren. Meet-
ing at 2 p. m.
LLL class of the First Baptist
church. Hostess. Mrs, W. E. Barton.
1048 South Miles. Meeting at 9
a. m. Breakfast.
Every Woman's Bible class ol
the First Christian church. All-
day meeting at the church.
Teen Town. Meeting at Eagles
hull at 8 p. m.
The logics auxiliary held their
fifth Mondav covered dish dinner
Monday night at Eaglee hall.
The kitchen committee was com
posed of Mrs. B. W. Roblyer, Mrs.
Oeorge Davis and Mrs. O. H.
Schumacher. Mrs. Earnest Haynes
Mrs. Walter Haynes and Mrs.
Clyde Haynes were on the card
Pitch, bridge and bunco furnish-
ed the entertainment for the eve-
ning. High score winners in the
games were Mrs. Margie Morris,
pitch: Mrs. Earnest Haynes, bridge,
and Mrs. L. L. Bond, bunco. Sec-
ond high score winners respective-
ly were Mrs. Roblyer, Mrs. Earl
Nunn and Mrs. W. L. Leach.
Mrs. Arthur Schulz was awarded
the door prize and guest prizes
went to Mrs. Nelle Goodrich. In-
dependence. Mo., and Miss Vir-
ginia Heitzman, Granger. Wash.
Others attending were Mrs. Clem
Cherry. Mrs John Duff. Mrs. L. I.
Flscus, Mrs. W. H. Hammett, Mrs.
Charles Harris. Mrs. George Hazen,
Mrs Florence Heitzman, Mrs. Dtck
Murphy. Mrs. Walter Perkins. Mrs
George Purcell, Mrs. Oeorge
Svanas, Mrs. Nye Severns. Mrs’
Jess Williams and Mrs. Loys And-
The next meeting will be a
business meeting at 8 p. m„ Aug.
at the Eagles hall, preceded by
an officers meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Fr iendship Class
Holds Steak Fry
The Friendship Harbor class of
the First Christian church was
entertained with a steak fry Friday
night at Adams park.
Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Theo Baikal and sons, Mr
and Mr*. Floyd Hofmann. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Knox and family. Mr.
and Mr*. F. A. Ferguson, Mr. and
Mrs. Earle Penwrlght. Mr. and
Mrs. John Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. John
Shaw and family, Mr. and Mrs.
L P. Anderson and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Weldemeler and
Olen Had lock
Also Mr. and Mrs. OUn Byers,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kramer, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Wallace and daugh-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Swift and
son. Mrs. S. H. Foster. Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Atkinson. Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Le Vally, Mr. and Mrs.
Loren Spurr and daughter. O. L.
Powers and family and Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Thrallklll and family.
Others attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Evans and son. Mr. and
Mrs. Chet Taylor and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Oarrett Miles and fam-
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pope
arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Estes and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Oeorge Gholston and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Harrison and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Reg F. Cross. Mr
and Mrs. C. M. Kleigh and son,
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Harris and
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cooley and
« BOY—Mr. uud Mrs. Oeorge
•fcmmlett. 221 North Barker, are
the parents of u son born Monday
hi the El Reno sanitarium. The
-Jaby- weighed eight pounds, two
.and a quarter ounces.
How Can I?
Albert C. Gray and Lorraine M.
Gray to Ernest H Kidd and Elzora
A. Kidd. Lot 4. block 2, Town
Acres addition. El Reno.
C. F. Thompson Building com-
i'any to Lavern A. Spurlln and
Cora Mae Spurlln. Part of lot 1,
and ull of lot 2. block 3. Gadberry
addition. El Reno.
Q. How can I mix whitewash?
A. Fill a bucket half-full of lime
and cover it about two Inches with
water. Let stand 24 hours to slack,
or until it is the consistency of
paste. Dip out a portion of this
slacked lime into another bucket
and thin with water to the desired
consistency. Add one teaspoonful
of bluing to 4 bucket of white-
wash to clear and make white,
and ’* pint of salt to make it stick.
Q. How can I treat perspiring
A. An excellent remedy Is to rub
the hands several times a day with
a solution of 125 parts of rose
water. 10 parts of borax and 8
parts of glycerine.
Look and Learn
1. What Is the world's most com-
mon family name?
2. Who was the first vice presi-
dent of the United States?
3. What chemical Is the most
characteristic constituent of
4. What is the capital of Aus-
5. Besides the elephant, what
three animals provide us with
1. Wong, which is used by at least
150 million Chinese.
2. John Adams.
5. Boar, hippopotamus and wal-
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Thelma Le Vally
rnHELMA LE VALLY. operator
A of Susann's beauty shop. 120
North Hoff, has been a resident
of EH Reno since April 14, 1951,
coming here from Cyril.
Born In Cyril, where she gradu-
ated from highschool. she worked
for three years with the C. R.
Anthony company before attend-
ing the Lawton Beauty college
At Purcell, April 14 this year,
she was married to Steve Le
Vally. assistant manager of the
C. R. Anthony company store
Mrs. Le Vally Is a member of
the First Christian church, and j
lives at 411 South Barker.
FOUR BROTHERS IN MARINES t
HENDERSON. Ky.—(U.R>—Lonnie 1
McCormick, 17, kept a fast-grow-
ing tradition alive when he fol-
lowed In the footsteps of three
other brothers and enlisted in the
> Homemade Plane Swell
I But Stays on (i round
HEATON. N. C.. July 31—<U.B—
Aewls Hicks plans to test his
■homemade airplane ngaln somp
time, since the first test wasn't
much of a success.
HI* craft, made of old automo-
bile parts and plywood worth $10.
taxied beautifully to the end of
his farm runway. Tli-n when he
opened the throttle wide, the prop
flew off, twirled 150 yards by It-
self and knifed Into a pine tree.
Hicks and the plane stayed put.
'The hopeful fledgling had been
prepared for worse, however. Be-
fore trying his test hop he notified
a funeral home and reserved a
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