The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 205, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1950 Page: 4 of 15
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inursday, October 26,1950
El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Shower Honors Bride-Elect
Friday Night in Hart Home
By TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
YUKON, Oct. 26—(Special)—To
honor Mis* Joyce Simmons bride-
elect of James Hildebrand, Mrs.
Harold Lawson, Mrs. Bill Lindsay,
Miss Ramona Shepherd and Miss
Joan MoRee were co-hostesses at
a miscellaneous shower Friday
night at the home of Mrs. Lind-
say’s mother, Mrs. W. D. Hart.
The evening was planned as a
visit to the radio program, “Queen
ior a Day.” Each guest was given
a card on which to write her wish
to be granted. Contestants chosen
for the eleciion of Queen for a
Day were Miss Jane Atwood, Mrs.
Ralph Taylor, Mrs. Glen McKinney
and Miss Simmons. Miss Simmons
was elected queen and was crowned
with a silver crown, and presented
a royal robe and scepter of an
apron and a rolling pin. She was
also presented with a beautiful
orchid. She was then seated on
her silver throne 'and her many
lovely gifts were presented to her.
The dining table was centered
with a floral arrangement of pink
and white carnations the center
of which formed a corsage which
was presented to the honoreo.
Miss Meftee and Miss Shepherd
poured punch and Mrs Lawson
assisted by Mrs. Lindsay served the
large beautifully decorated white
Another special event was held
Saturday for Miss Simmons when
Mrs. George E. Bass and Mrs. Har-
den Ramey entertained at lunch-
eon at the Oklahoma Club, Okla-
homa City when guests were the
bridal party of the bride-elect.
Sunday Miss Simmons and her
mother, Mrs. S. A. Simmons were
honored dinner guests at the Chi
Omega sorority house hi Norman
and a party at 2 p. m. in the af-
Mr and Mrs. Frank Schulte of
Olcarche will be hosts at the re-
hearsal dinner Friday night in the
400 room at Bevvy’s in Oklahoma
Miss Nancy Oberender of Maple-
wood. N. J„ who Will serve Miss
Simmon* as maid of honor at her
wedding, and the bridegroom,
James Hildebrand arrived Monday
evening to be guests in the Sim-
mons home. Mrs. J. C. Hildebrand
of Short Hills, N. J„ mother of
the groom, a.id his aunts, Mrs. Al-
bert Rennex ar.d Mrs. Frank Nci-
klrk. both oi Baltimore, Md., will
arrive Thursday ana will be guests
at the Blltmore hotel In Okla-
homa City as will J. C. Hildebrand
and J. C. Hildebrand, Jr., who will
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith were
hosts at three tables of dessert-
pitch Thursday night. High score
was awarded Mrs. James Whelan
apd Ray Kintz and second high
score went to Mrs. Fred, Wagner
ape S. A. Simmons. —Mrs. Ray
Kintz received the traveling prize.
Mr and Mrs. Kbit* will be hoets
to the club at their next meeting.
To honor their mothers. Mrs. W.
O. Stair. Yukon, and Mrs. L. L.
Hawkinson, Oklahoma City, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Stair, Oklahoma
City, entertained at dinner Sun-
day. Additional guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Tappe, Yukon and
Mr Hawkinson, Oklahoma .City.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Faublan at-
tended a birthday dinner Sunday
at Apache honoring Mr. Faublan’s
»unt, Aunt Bcckey McMahon on
her 93rd birthday anniversary.
Mrs. John Turner, Mrs Joe Dob-
ry. Mr*. Harry Taylor and Mrs.
Ora Beyer attended the 6th dis-
trict convention of the American
legion Auxiliary Sunday at Ana-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barnhill ac-
companied their son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Barnhill of Oklahoma City to Po-
cassett Saturday night where they
B. L. Ketch, who submitted to a
major operation last week, remains
very ill in Wesley hospital.
Mr. and Mr*. Fred Tappe attend-
ed the Eddie Cantor show Satur-
day night In the Municipal audi-
torium In Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Evans spent
Sunday with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mr* James
Boettger and daughter, Sandra'at
Mrs. Ed Fisher left Monday for
Anadarko to spend a few days
With her mother, Mrs. W. p Bai-
Mr. and Mr*. Orville Orlshow
;Wd Mrs. A. M. Duggan of Klng-
The Tribune Is authorized to
announce the candidacies of the
following Individuals, subject to the
general election November 1:
For 6th Dist. Representative:
For Uentenant Governor:
JAMES E. BERRY
For State Senator:
JIM A. RINEHART
For State Representative:
JEAN L. PAZOURECK
For District Jndge:
BAKER H. MELONE
Tor Comity Attorney:
RALPH A. MYERS, JR.
For County Sheriff:
For County Superintendent:
NEAL V. GOLDEN
For Court Clerk:
For County Assessor:
For Coanty Clerk:
CECIL E. BROSS
i For Commissioner, Dist. No. 1:
For Commissioner, Dist. No. 2:
GEORGE E. HURST
For Commissioner, Diet. No. I:
W. R. “BILL’ MABERRY
For State Representative:
WILLIAM L. FUNK
For County Sheriff:
For Commissioner, Dist. No. 2:
R. A. PATZACK
BOSOX HIRE McGRFW
BOSTON—(.4*)—The Boston Red
Sox said Wednesday they have
named Ted McGrew, one time Na-
tional league umpire, to the scout-
ing staff. McGrew has scouted for
Brooklyn, the Phillies, the Braves
and the Pirates. He will work out
of the Boston office.
AT LONG LAST
SHELBURNE FAIJjS, Mass —tU.fi)
—At the age of 92. Miss Sarah
Donelson registered a* a voter for
the first time.
fisher were Sunday guests of Mr.
i and Mrs. Ed Smith.
The American Legion Auxiliary
entertained Mrs. May Honeycutt,
Muskogee, department second vice
president and Mrs. Helen Schafen-
i hurg, Kingfisher, sixth district
| president, at a 9 o'clock breakfast
Monday. Oct. 23.
The guests gave talks on child
Welfare, rehabilitation and hos-
Among those from Yukon to at-
tend the O. U.-Kansas State foot-
ball game at Norman, Saturday,
were Mr. and Mrs. John Wheatley
accompanied by their son. John
Edgar Wheatley, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Cone, Miss Joy Tunnell, Mrs. Rob-
Also the following men from the
Yukon Mill tnd Grain Co. office,
who accompanied 22 salesmen
from Texas to the game. They
were Raymond Kroutil, Norman
Kroutll, E.J&. Smith. By rum Krou-
til. O. K. Splndel, Jerry Schelde!,
John Olbson, and L. H. Hagar.
I Thursday, Oct, 26 Chlckasha
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Saturday, Oct. 26 uoi South
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Monday, Oct. so Everett’s auction
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Tuesday, Oot. 21 423 West First
St., Edmond, Okla.
Wednesday, Nev. 1 221 South
Roberta. D. L. fiiklns
Thursday, Ns*. 12 Chlckasha,
Friday, Nev. 2 Lacy auction at
Thursday, Nev. 16 Calumet, Okla.
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