The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 62, No. 143, Ed. 1 Friday, August 14, 1953 Page: 2 of 8
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Friday, August 14, 1953
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ITOLL YWOOD. Aug 14 —<U»—
** Jimmy Stewart doesn't rem-
ember when or where he picked up
his million dollar way . of speech—
but he certainly intends to keep It.
The lanky actor's lasy drawl,
which has developed over the years
into one of the most famous prod-
ucts of Hollywood, "just grew,'' ac-
cording to Jimmy.
“I don't remember having it as
a small kid." Stewart Raid, "and
nobody noticed U much until I got
to Hollywood. People seemed to
like It then, so course I didn't
try to get rid of It.”
Stewart, currently starring In
Universal - International's "Thun-
der Bay," a Technicolor film about
Udeland.s oil well drilling, added
that he doesn't think the stutter
could be a geographical matter.
A Little Ktutter
"I'm from Pennsylvania, and
they don't have a drawl there,"
said the actor. "They do have a
lew peculiarities of speech, though.
You don't notice them until you
get away from home I get tickled
when I hear my mother some-
times, She'll say she is going to
Tid' a room. Back home that
i nee ns she's going to clean U.
"I think my own speech Is a
combination of slow talking and a
sort of stutter. I’ll admit It has
been a handicap to me at times.
When I have to speak rapidly and
forcefully. I often run into trou-
Film fans often write the movie
star sympathetic letters regarding
his speech, often jotting down
home remedies for a possible cure.
Jimmy thankfully answers the let-
ters but disregards the panaceas.
It would be like tuking away
my makeup kit." he said.
Makes Ferry History
NEWBURGH. N. Y„ Aug. 14—
<U.P>—When a four-day strike hit
ferry oportions across the Hudson
river from here to Beacon during
the July travel season, it was be-
lieved the longest peacetime delay
in the more than 200-year history
of the service.
Although a ferry of sorts had
been operating for some yeurs pre-
viously. the first chapter for the
crossing was granted by King
Qeorge II in 1743 It specified that
dally service must be matained
During the Revolutionary war.
historians conjecture, the service
may have been taken over for a
time by the aimy, but records are
Announcement was made Sunday.
In the Holy Trinity church, of the
engagement and approaching mar-
riage of Miss Lucille Vogt, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. John Vogt. Okar-
che. and Mr. George Kempt , son of
Mrs Ben Rempe. of Oklahoma City.
The wedding will be Aug. 34. at
8:JO a. m. in the Holy Trinity
Catholic church here.
Complimentary to Miss Lucille
Vogt, bride-elect of Mr. George
Rempe. of Oklahoma City. Mrs.
John Rempe. Mrs John Modole.
Mrs. Oregory Krauter and Mrs
Bernard Rempe. Oklahoma City,
were co-hostesses Sunday afternoon
at a miscellaneous shower In the
home of Mrs. John Rempe. at Okla-
homa City. The 50 guests were en-
tertained at various games.
following the diversion the hon-
oree displayed her gifts and refresh-
ments were served. Those from
Okarche attending were Mrs. John
Vogt. Miss Lucille Vogt. Mrs Frank
Anauschat. Mrs. Zenon Vogt and
Mrs Edward Vogt.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder
had as their Sunday dinner guests
Mr and Mrs H A Meyer and Mrs.
H. W. Schroder. Afternoon guests
were Mrs. John Bohlman. Mr and
Mrs. Hilbert Schroeder and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schroeder
and sons. •
Honoring their son Private Paul
Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schwarz nnd their family gathered
8unday at Spring Lake. Oklahoma
City, for a picnic dinner. In the
group were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schwarz nnd family. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Schwarz and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Carlas Schwarz and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Knecht and children. Mr. and Mrs.
George Hufnugel and family of El
Reno, Miss Regina Grellner and
Sunday, Aug. 16
At 7:30 p. m.
Private Paul Schwarz.
The Holy Trinity Altar society
will hold a special meeting at 2
p. m Sunday. Aug. 16 In the Holy
Trinity grade school basement.
Mr. and Mrs. Pred Stults of
Oklahoma City, were dinner guests
Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoe
The Holy Trlully Little League
began the second half of their base-
ball season last Sunday night under
the lights at Holy Trinity park.
In the first half of the double-
header the Blues trounced the
BlRcks 18-8 In a game which saw
both sides score a total of 13 rum
In the fifth inning.
In the second game the Reds
outlasted the Whites and went
home with 14 10-9 victory. The
Whites had the tying and winning
run on base but were unable to
push across the needed tallies. Next
Sunday's games will put the Blues
against the Reds In the opener wth
the Blacks and Whites crossing bats
In the nightcap. Game time for all
Little league games Is at 8 p. m. on
Lee J. Battles. 38. and Thelma
Maxine Ashpaugh. 31, both of Okla-
Archie FTed Heilaman to Orville
L. Taylor and Leota M. Taylor. Lots
19 and 20. block 25, Yukon.
Vincent B. Roblyer and Cletys
Roblyer to Roy H. Henson and Mar-
garet Henson. Lot 1, block 1. Harris
acres addition. Yukon.
Yes, you'll make a real dis-
covery when you find out
about onr superior service.
Far any electrical appliance,
you'll find we're mas ten of
the trade, at Henson’t El
Reno Maytag. 205 S. Rock Is-
land . . . just call us—Phone
216. Ralph D. Henson, owner-
Off to the office? Special date for
lunch? Evening of bridge? Wear
this dress to win compliments from
everyone! Simply styled with tucks
on a slant to slim your figure beau-
tifully. Beneuth the soft waist, the
skirt makes a pretty spin as you
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Royal Neighbors Meet
Thursday in IOOF Hall
T ie Royal Neighbors held an all
day meeting Thursday, at the IOOF
haH The diversion of the day was
quilting, with a covered dish lunch-
eon at noon.
Mis. E. D. Mark conducted the
Members present were Mrs. V A.
Mount, Mrs. Cleve Chappell, Mrs.
ReLecia Mllbradt. Mrs. Ethel Leske,
Mrs Alice Farris, Mrs. Myrtle
Eamuelson. Mrs D. H. Jackson.
Mrs Thomas Harris. Mrs E V
Andrei s. Mrs L. E Craig. Mrs J.
A. Van Alsteln. Mr:. Effle Valllant.
Mrs. Dorothy Selver. Mrs Katie
BradDy. Mrs. Nola Hyer, Mrs. Ben I
MlUer. Mrs C. F. Huggins. Mrs. j
George Barth. Mrs. R. E. Frkl, Mrs.
John I lyton, Mrs. Martha Pen-
writht, Mrs. Olive Vergls, Mrs. E.
E. Fox, Mrs W. F. Stockton. Mrs.
Marie K mini and Mrs Mark.
Mrs. f D Mark will be luncheon
hostess :t the next meeting.
• • *
Trinity Lutheran Guild
Meeting Held Thursday
Mrs Fred Kirch and Mrs. Fred
Bletel wire hostesses at the regular
meeting of the Trinity Lutheran
Mission guild, Thursday, at the
Trinity I utheran church.
Mrs. Arne Johnson presented the
topic "T 11 Me a Story”. “Let Us
Think" as given by Mrs. Albert
Peters and "Bombs to Blossoms'' by
Mrs. L. Viedemann.
Others present were Mrs. Robert
Biel. Mr::. Charles Johnson. Mrs
H C. Klepper, Mrs. Clarence Koert,
Mrs Her >ert Lokensgrad. Mrs. Theo
Lorenzen Mrs. Laurence Nuse, Mrs.
Martin Toacher, Mrs. Paul Sander,
Mrs. Joe Sherer. Mrs. Albert Wle-
m.in, Mrt. Herbert Wlenian. Mrs.
Martin V/leman. Mrs William Wle-
man. Mrs. Gilbert Wlttkopp, Mrs.
Karl Wi'.tkopp, and Mrs. Ed Zlc-
Mat 1 on's club.
Hu (<■• '
Mrs. Amon Jemigan
Is 01)0 Club Hostess
Mrs /jnon Jernlgan. southwest
of EJ r eno, was hostess at the
regular monthly meeting of the
ODO clc.b Thursday.
Tlia.aayjuai spent quilting. Mrs.
Edgar Fngbrecht was presented a
Guest for the meeting were Mrs
Hairy llerberger, Jr., Tulsa and
Miss Merle Lorenzen.
Members present were Mrs. Carl
Wagner. Mrs Irvin Statton, Mrs
Gertrude LaFollete. Mrs. Edgar
Engbrec it, Mrs. Harry Herberger,
Mrs. Ci arlle LaFollette, Mrs. Clyde
Urton. . Irs. Elden Eichliolz und the
The clubs next meeting will be
at the home of Mrs. Charlie La-
Follele, south of El Reno.
* * *
W and E Club Members
Have Watermelon Party
Members of the W and E club and
their lamilies met at the home of
Mr a. id Mrs. Fred Sheldon, 133
North L. Thursday evening for a
mu ter melon party.
The evening's entertainment was
Ino e attending were Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Lynn and family, Mr. and Mrs
D. E. Bacon and family. Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Adams and family, Mrs.
Willie Aloway. Mrs. W. I. Wyrick,
E. B Billinger, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Hoop Jr and son and the hosts.
Th2 next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. W L. Adams, 206
Mrs H. A. Smudrick. south of city ,
OLA meeting at IOOF hall at G
o'clock. Covered dish dinner.
Eagles auxiliary. Business meet-1
lng at Eagles hall.
Triangle home demonstration
club. Hostess. Mrs O. A. Patswald,
southwest of El Reno.
Christian Women's Fellowship
guild of First Christian church.
Meeting in Adams park ut 8 p. m.
Olivet Culljy chapter of the
Church of the Nuzarene.
Good Deeders class of Ellison
Avenue Methodist church. Meeting
at small shelter in Adams park at
6 p m. Hamburger fry for attend-
ance contest winners.
Rebekah lodge Meeting In IOOF
Work Basket club. Hostess Mrs.
E. L. Christopher, 121 North O.
Picnic Supper Fetes
Mr., Mrs. William Tait
Friends of Mr and Mrs. William
Talt, 301 South Barker, entertain-
ed in their honor Wednesday eve-
ning with a picnic cupper at Legion
park. The Talta plan to leave Hun-
MIS8 DOROTHEA DOUGLAS
Mr and Mrs. N. E. Douglas, 1017
East Cooney, have announced the
engagement of their daughter.
Dorothea to Private Garland Con-
dry. son of Mr und Mrs Argue
Condry. southwest of El Reno.
A definite wedding date has not
yet been set.
The bride-elect graduated from
FJ Reno hit hachool last year, where
she was a member of the Pepett
pep club, FHA, BMC literary
society. National Honor society and
aca|iella choir. Shi' is now attend-
ing Hill's business university in
The prospective bridegroom
graduated from El Reno hlgbschool
in 1950. where he was a member of
the Future Funners of America,
Acnpulla choir, Senate debating
society, service patrol and was on
the Boomer stuff. Private Condry Is
now stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex.
day for Las Vegas. N. M. where
they will make their home.
Those present were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Walter Buss. Mr and Mrs. Harold
Slmes and daughter, Miss Frances.
Mrs. Harold Lee Slmes and son,
David, Mr and Mrs Roy Kinkude,
Mrs A. D. Spui'lln und son, Ronnie,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Spurlin und
daughter, Debbie and the honorees.
About Home Folks
Q. In a double wedding, should
each bride have her own muid-of
A. Yes, although they may have
the same bridesmaids, and each
bridegroom has his own best man.
Q. At a dinner dance, is It neces-
sary for a man to rise when his
partner leaves the table to dunce
with another man?
A. Yes; and he should also rise
when she returns to the table.
Q. When a college bairn plays the
school "Alma Mater" ut a foot-
ball game, should those who did
not attend that college stand up
with the others?
A. Mast certainly. To remain
seated would be conspicuously rude.
Mrs Sidney Clute, 320 West Wad \
returned Thursday evening from u
visit In Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hanks and
children. Kuthryne, Richard. Peter
and Robert, are guests In the home
of his brother-in-law and slater, Mr
and Mrs. Earl 8. Cordwell, north-
west of El Reno.
Dr. Edith Flagler and Dr. Mary
Beckwltt of Chicknha, Mr. and Mis.
V. C. Rogers of Norman and Floyd
Rogers. Perry Rogers, Larry Rogers
and Johnny Walker all of Houston,
Tex., were guests Wednesday and
Thursday of Mrs Ernest W. Flag-
ler. 708 South Macomb.
How Can I?
Q. How can I best clean imitation
A. With mild soap and lukewarm
water. To prevent cracking nnd
peeling, follow the washing with a
thin coat of petroleum jelly.
Q. How can I clean piano beys?
A. Wipe them with a piece of
flannel diptied in wood alcohol or
cologne. Or. mix powdered FYench
chalk with benzine, and rub the
keys with this. Dry them with an-
other soft cloth after any clean-
Q How can I sharpen my sewing
scissors, or any scissors?
A. Merely cut a piece of sand-
paper into little bits.
Mrs Wesley Bennett and son.
Paul. 1222 West London, have re-
turned from a 10-day visit with
their daughter and sister. Mrs.
Dallas Navarre and Mr. Nuvarre in
Cheyenne. Wyo.. and Mr and Mrs.
Hailln Vieselmeyer and her mother,
Mrs. T. J Hunnicutt in Kansas
City. Mo. Mrs. Hunnicutt, whose
home is at 1217 West London. El
Reno, is a patient at St. Marys hos-
VA OTHERS who read to their
1*1 children when they pul them
to bed may Innocently be intro-
ducing them to a habit they may
carry for the real of their Uvea
the pleasant habit of reading In
If* becoming more and more
common for the relaxed bed-read-
er to enjoy his peaceful isolation
after the rest of the family is set-
tled for the nlgnt, says Miss Orace
L. Spivey, Extension assistant
home improvement specialist, and
many manufacturers are catering
to his whims.
"Look at the head-boards and
mghl stands that come with suf-
ficient shelving to hold maga-
zines and books for several nights'
reading.” she says. "They are
available in many styles and fin-
ishes and are by no means de-
signed to break the habit of read-
ing while resting. They even add
to the obvious pleasure."
These bedstead and bookcase
combinations are being copied by
the "man of the house" in many
homes—If he has a knack for
building and a sharp set of tools.
Not only are some of the most
recent designs expressly made for
the reader, but ulso as really
functional pieces of furniture.
The shelves can hold everything
needed in the bedroom from an
alarm clock to a radio Some of
the more elaborate ones have
drawer space for extra bedding
"As you think of the extra
storage they can provide, consider
also if the flour area is large
enough to accommodate the ex-
tra space to be consumed by the
addition of such a headboard,”
Miss Spivey suggests "Remember,
the addition of 6-tnch shelves at
the head of the bed will push the
foot of the bed 6-tnches further
Into the room."
However, if you have the room
It's almost a certainty that you'll
enjoy the shelves. Miss 8ptvey
Fails on New Bills
CLEVELAND. Ohio. Aug. 14—OIF
—For years. Earl Swaggerty. 37-
year-old filling station proprietor
has tested his paper money on a
machine which picks out counter-
feits when their serial numbers fail
Recently. Swaggerty was show-
ing off the muchine. He dialed in
serial numbers and to his horror
found half the money In his cash
register to be phony—or so ft ap-
Robert E. Holmes, in charge of
the Secret Service here, calmed
Swaggerty's fears when he told
him "There's a new series of dollar
bills with Secretary of the Treas-
ury George M. Humphrey's signa-
ture that won't work on the detec-
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Tills year, as in almost every year.
El Reno has participants in the all-
star sports line-up and coaching
staff. These men are chosen for
their ability, their fine sportsman-
ship, and their courage to play the
tame. We take off our hats to these
men, their coaches, their teachers
and the rest of the teams for their
part in bringing credit to our city
The Game of Life is a game
which requires its players to have
all the a tributes of a good atldete;
courage, ability, sportsmanship and
team support. Your coaches and
teachers come into the picture as
well as the rule book which tells us
what plays we can use and those
that are unfair. All this brings up
the thought that by living a Christ-
ian life and following the teachings
of Christ. We may not all turn out
to be all-stars, but we can be a
tremendous supporting team.
Come to the Everett Poole Bible
Class Sunday and observe our coach
Otto Bergner run us through a
blackboard scrimmage on the rules
•f playing this Game of Life.
Bee you Sunday!
Dr. Earnest W. Potts.
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