The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 259, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1950 Page: 2 of 6
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Curtis Family Holds Annual
Christmas Party in Calumet
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B> TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT j Ramona, Calif., Mrs. Moss Weaver
CALUMET. Dec. 29—The Curtis ■ and Miss Helen Thompson of Ok-
family held their annual Christ- j lahoma City, George McCann, Mrs.
mas party in the Legion hut on W. It. Thompson and Mr. and
Friday, December 29, 1950
LAST BITTER BLOW—a Korean refugee, her sleeping baby
harnessed to her back, tries to salvage what she can from her pack
at possessions that fell under wheels of a train at Sariwon. The
bundle fell as the mother tried without success to board the train
with thousands of other civilians fleeing before advancing Reds in
Korea. (NEA-Acme photo by Staff Photographer Ed Hoffman.)
Club Officers Are Installed
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
UNION CITY, Dec. 29—The Union
Workers club met for their regular
meeting In the basement of the
Methodist church Dec. 19. All mem-
bers were present.
The meeting was called to order
by the president after a Christmas
dinner was served.
The new officers were Installed
by Miss Edna Mae Baker, assistant
home demonstration agent. Officers
installed were Mrs. Cloyee Boevers,
president, and Mrs T A Pinkston,
In the business session, it was
voted to reorganize the secret club
for the coming year. The treasurer's
report was read and approved
Gifts were exchanged and secret
sisters were revealed and a social
hour with games was held. The
white elephant was awarded to Miss
The club was adjourned. The next
meeting will be In the Methodist
church on Jan. 24. with Miss Jane
McMahan and Mrs. Aubrey Alexan-
der serving as hostesses.
Those present Included Mrs. Aub-
rey Alexander. Mrs. A. White, Mrs.
C. L. Camp, Mrs. Glen Feddersen,
Mrs. Glen Heitzman, Mrs. Gernld
Marlett, Mrs. Rudolph Menz, Mrs.
A. Menz, Mrs. Sylvan Lair, Mrs.
Dennis Lair, Mrs. R. A. Patzack,
Mrs. C. R. Messenger, Mrs. Lester
Goza, Mrs. Leonard Wood. Mrs. Tom
Robinson, Mrs. Ollis McMahan. Mrs.
Leslie McMahan, Mrs. Bill Whit-
aker. Mrs. Myrle Smith, Mrs. G. P.
Schumaker, Mrs Cecil Mlskel. Mrs.
Alexander. Mrs. Boevers and Mrs
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Patzack Sunday were
Mr and Mrs. Ed Schtmmel of Ok-
lahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Carel and daughter of Dallas. Tex.,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Curtis and Mrs.
A. M. McMahan.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Lair spent
the holiday with relatives in Afton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bosler enter-
tained with a Christmas dinner.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Kelters and family of Okarche,
Mrs. C. Golddecker of Okarche, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Taylor and fam-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Novasad and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bosler
and family. Mr. and Mrs Vick Ket-
ter and daughter. Mr and Mrs
Junior Moore and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Dennis Sweeney and Miss Vo-
Ouests In the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Sanders were Mr. and
Mrs. John Sanders and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Billy Ray Sanders and
daughter, Linda, and Corporal
Jackie Sanders of Camp Polk, La.
Sergeant and Mrs. Loy Rail and
family arrived Christmas day from
Camp Polk, La
Mr. and Mrs. Art Thomas and
family of Fort Smith, Ark., visited
Mr. Thomas' sister, Mrs. Lee Greg-
ory. for the week-end.
Ouests in the home of Mr and
Mrs. Mike Boevers Christmas day
were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Waite,
Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fran-
zen, Voss. Mr. and Mrs. V. W.
Stephens, El Reno, Lowell Wade.
Camp Polk, La., and Miss Kate
Guests for the week-end and
Christmas In the home of Mrs. John
Willis were Mrs. Bill Covington,
Corpus Chrlstl, Tex., Joe Volght,
Myrtle, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Essary
Robbins of Antlers. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Volght, Monroe, Mich.. Miss
Nina Volght, Oklahoma City and
Miss Kate Boevers.
Mr. and Mrs. Kit Carson enter-
tained with a Christmas dinner.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Keef and sons of Willow
Springs, Mo., Charly Keef, Mr. and
Mrs. Boss Keef and son, Randy, of
Springfield, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Farris and children. Mr. and Mrs.
Lando Wood and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd Haynes and sons of El
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mannschreck
entertained with a family dinner
Christmas day. Their guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Webster of Okla-
homa City, Corporal and Mrs. Wil-
liam B. Graham. Mr and Mrs. Fred
Preble, Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Albers and son, Dean, Mr.
and Mrs. Tony Albers and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mc-
Mr. and Ml'S. Joe Ross had as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. John
Woods of El Reno and Mr. and
Mrs. Robprt Woods and family.
Christmas day dinner guests In
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kirch were Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Haas and sons, Robert and Ken-
neth, of Cleburne, Tex„ Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Kirch and sons, Glen and
Noll, of Pawnee, Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Fritz mid son, Ricky of Ar-
cardla, Mr. and Mrs. Elvlon Korte-
meler of El Reno,
P. R. and Florence Pressley to
Frank Belchen et al. Suit to quiet
title of real estate.
Assignment of Oil and Gas Leases
David S. Lobdell to Arthur L.
Wadsworth. Part of SE 27-12-6.
C. E. and Helen McCaughey to
David S. Lobdell. Part of SE 27-
James and Margaret M. Murray
to Aaron P. and Stanley S Young-
helm. Part of SE 6-12-9,
W. C. and Forlne Samples to Wil-
liam B. and Alma Sykes. Part of
Clarence and Avis Cullison to
Clarence and Avis Culllsqp. Part of
Helen Eckert to Stanley A. and
Artie Faye Camper. Part of lots
12, 13, 14 and 15. block 97, El Reno.
Consolidated Building corporation
to John E. and Beulah Mae Hill.
Lot 19, block 3, Town Acres second
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 29 — <U.R>—
Chemists at the University of
Minnesota are enlarging synthetic
rubber research under the pressure
of Increased national security
Dr I. M. Kolthoff, head of the
division of analytical chemistry, is
credited with development of the
cold rubber process by which syn-
thetic rubber Is made at freezing
rather than high temperatures.
Kolthoff and Dr. E. J. Meehan,
associate professor of analytical
chemistry, are studying the molec-
ular behavior and properties of
synthetic rubber for the federal
office of rubbei reserve.
Kolthoff and Meehan are trying
to find out exactly what the mole-
cules of syntactic rubber Ingredi-
ents do when they combine to
form the giant molecules of syn-
The answers they obtain. Kol-
thoff said, will make It possible to
Improve the qualities of synthetic
Christmas day. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tinsley and
daughter and Andy Curtis of Ok
lahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Gene an<j
Balcnti and children of Alva, Mi.
and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Howard
and Mrs. Stella Cook of Rocky,
Tom McCabe of Denver, Colo., Mr
and Mrs. Bob Ahern and children
of Concho, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Wilkerson and daughters Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Ciutis. Mrs. Mary Cur-
tis, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curtis and
children. Mrs. Tom McCabe and
daughters and Bud Smith, all of
El Reno, Mr. ard Mrs. Irvin Pen-
wright, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilker-
son and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Laughlin and daughters. Mr. and
Mrs. Barney McCabe, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Pemvright and son, and Mrs
George Marasko, all of Calumet.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Penwrlght
entertained at a dinner on
Christmas eve when guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Laughlin of
Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Balenti and children of Alva, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Penwrlght and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laughlin
and daughters, Beverly and Juan-
Mr. and Mrs. Milton O'Blencss
and children spent the Christmas
holidays with Mrs. O’Bleness' par-
ents at Carney.
Mr. and Mr;. Ray Ijuighlin and
daughters, Beverly and Juar.ita
Ray, were hosts Sunday at a din-
ner when their guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Balenti and chil-
dren of Alva. Mr. and Mrs. Ron-
ald Laughlin of Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs Irvin Penwrlght and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Penwriiht and
Mr. and Mrs. Waite Plato and
Mlsf Linnle Derlckson spent
Christmas in El Reno where they
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
Arnold Heuser and family.
Christmas dinner guests of Mrs.
Marie Seamands and daughters
Donna and Clarita wer^ Mr. and
Mrs. Everett. Little and daughter
of Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs Bid
Johnson and sons of Oklahoma
City, and Air. nnd Mrs. Frank
King and son, Corky, of Chiekasha
Mr. nnd Mrs. c. C. Condry were
heats Christmas dny at a dinner
when the following guests were
present: Mr. and Mrs Dewey
Condry. Mr and Mrs. Iva Ramsey
nnd sons, El Reno,. Mr and Mrs.
Andy Moosehuven and son of Un-
ion City, Mr and Mrs. Jim Con-
chy and children of Oklahoma
Citj, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beard and
Ronald Joe of Calumet, and Mr.
and Mrs. Delfner Meyer and
daughter, Sue. of El Reno.
Mr. and Mrs. Argus Condry of
El Reno and Mr. and Mrs Abe
Condry of Oklahoma Cttv were
Saturday night guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Condry.
Miss Patricia McDonald of Ro-
mona, Calif, visited Paul Alan
Mr. and Mrs William Penwrlght
and sons entertained Christmas
morning with a breakfast. Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Byars of Vernon, Tex.,
and Mr. and Mrs. BUI M. Pen-
wright and daughter, Elizabeth
Anne, were their guests
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Byars of
Vernon, Tex., spent. Christmas in
the home of their daughter. Mrs.
Bill M. Penwrlght, nnd Mr Pen-
wright. It was the occasion of
their first visit with their new
granddaughter, Elizabeth Anne
Penwrlght. Mrs. Penwrlght and
Elizabeth Anne returned with the
Byars to Vernon for a week's visit.
Mr and Mrs. Noland Smith of
El Reno were Christmas eve
guests of Mr and Mrs. William
Penwrlght and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Epple Daughety
entertained Sunday with a Christ-
mas dinner. Quests included Mr.
and Mrs. Olen Daughety and
daughter of Oklahoma City, Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Bright and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Daughety and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Daughety and children.
Mr. and Mrs. John TltterinRton
and daughter of Wnnn are visit-
ing relatives In the Red Rock com-
munity. Mrs Tltterlngton Is the
former Miss Naomi Ellison.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Thompson
entertained with a Christmas din-
ner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Bill McDonald and children of
Mrs. Aldean Thompson and son.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Aldean Thompson and son
Mrs. Faye Moon were Mr.
and Mrs. J. England of Gcarv,
Mi and Mrs. Bertrand Crump,
Tulsa, Dave England and Mrs
Emliie Payne of Neenah Wire. Af-
ternoon callers were Mary Jane
Thompson, Mrs. Ruth Daughety,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hobson, Ros-
coe Galloway, Mr. and Mrs. Louie
Anderson and daughters of Hur-
rah. Mrs. Chris Anderson. Mr. or.d
Mrs. Svd Morris and Mrs. Ray
Crum arid daughter.
Mrs Emille Payne of Wisconsin
is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Bill McDonald a id
children. Patricia and Harry, ar-
rived Sundav from Ramona
Calif., to visit a week with her
parents, Mr. and Mr;.. Harry
Thompson and other relatives and
Christmas dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Diaper were Mr. and Mrs. Max
Morrison and sens of Hinton and
Jimmy Morrison of Liberal. Kan.
Mrs. Ruth Ktangle Is moderniz-
ing her home north of town.
Mrs. Marie Schweitzer of Vinlta
arrived Tuesday night for an ex-
tended visit with her sons, Joseph,
Edmund. Herman and Lawrence
and their families.
Howard Ridgwa.v, who has been
stationed in Wisconsin has been
transferred back to Tinker field
nnd is visiting relatives in Calu-
Sunday Christmas dinner guests
of Mrs. Marie Todd ard Philip
Tudd were Mr. and Mrs Gene
Todd and sons, Larry and Mike
of Oklahoma City, Mr and Mrs!
Alvin Bomhoff, children. Leon.
Beverly and Judy, of El Reno, Mr.
and Mrs. L. I) Todd and daughter,
Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holl-
rah and son. Paul Allan. Mrs Les-
lie Thompson and Charlie Wyno-
gai. Mrs. Robert Rosenfeld called
at noon from her home In Great
Neck, Long Island, N Y.
Mrs. Emma Hill spent the holi-
days in Oklahoma City with Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Hamilton and fam-
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Hansen
ol Dennis, Kan., lyrived Friday to
spend the holidays with Mr. and
Mrs. J. e. Weller and daughter,
Donna, and Mr. and Mrs Jess
Jansen. Donna Kav Weller, who
has been visitmg her sister the
part two weeks, returned home
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We are out looking for guests.
If you are not a regular attender
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school then we invite you to meet
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We believe that you will become
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enjoy our sessions as so many
Installation of new officers for
the next six months will be held
Sunday morning, Joe Maxey will
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Jim Bass ns secretary-treasuerer.
I get to retire along with Everett
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 259, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1950, newspaper, December 29, 1950; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921099/m1/2/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.