The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 65, No. 118, Ed. 1 Monday, July 16, 1956 Page: 3 of 7
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M. D. Elkins
Ladies Auxiliary to HUT. Meet-
ing in Trainmen hall, 7:30 p.m.
Azalea Flower club. Annual
GEARY, July 16 Mias Florenci breakfast meeting in Legion park,
Gail Russell, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry H. Russell of Lawton,
became the bride of Max Delano
Elkins, son of Mr and Mrs. Dwight
Elkins of Geary, Sunday.
Nuptial vows were exchanged in
a 1 p m. ceremony ut the Calvary
Baptist church. Lawton, with the
Rev. Henry Wall, pastor, officiat-
Miss Helen Russell, sister of Ihe
bride, was matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Miss Linda Elkins,
niece of the bridegroom, Miss
Oleta Burk, Miss Joyce Ludwig
and Miss Joy Jo Neely.
Candlelighters were Miss Sharon
Weaver and Miss Valerie Murray.
Renna Lea Cooke was flower girl, I
with Tommy Rightner and Nelson
Elkins as ringhearers.
Donald Magness served as best
7:30 a m.
Senior Citizens club. Meeting in
SC hall, 1:30 p. m.
Rebekah lodge. Meeting in IOOF
hall, 8 p.m.
Razzle Dazzle club. Hostess Mrs.
Mary Roblyer, 703 North Bick-
ford, 1:30 p.m.
W and E club. All-day meeting.
Hostess Mrs. W'. L. Adams, 121
Order of the Eastern Star. Ice
cream social at Wesley Methodist
church, 7 p.m.
WMS of First Baptist church.
Meeting in Fellowship hall, 8:30
CWF of First Christian church.
[ Meeting at church, 2 p.m.
Senior Citizens club. Meeting in
(Photo by Haynes Studio)
THE GANG'S ALL HERE For Ihe first time in 45 years all the Tinsley brothers and sis-
ters got together at the same time Sunday in Legion park. Reading left to right they are
Mrs. Jim Ivey, Modesto, Calif. Mrs. C F King, Wichita Falls, Tex., C. H. Tinsley and E.
M. Tinsley of Hominy, Cecil Tinsley, El Reno, Roy Tinsley, Oklahoma City, W. P. Tinsley,
El Reno, and F. L. Tinsley, Calumet.
man and ushers were Harold Elk- | sc hall. 7:30 p in.
ins and Dalton Elkins, brothers of ,;IA alK| ULE. Annual picnic in
the bridegroom, and James Full ,lllm|u.,- 2 shelter at Adams park,
erton and Paul White. g 30 p n,_
The bride was graduated this
spring from the Lawton highschnol.
where she was a member of the
Wolverettix, the Office club and
Order of Rainbow for Girls.
Mr. Elkins was graduated in
1954 from the Geary highschool
and this spring from Cameron col-
lege. In highschool he was a mem-
ber of the Lettermen’s club, vice
president of his senior class, listed
in Who's Who and a member ol
the baseball and wrestling teams.
UNION (TTY, July lG-Mrs. Bill
Ulfers was hostess Thursday aft-
ernoon to members of the Women’s
At Cameron he was a member ol Society of Christian Service at Un-
Mrs. Richard Pappc, president,
1 conducted the business session.
The lesson on "The Discussion of
the Tabernacle” was presented by
Mrs David McKinsey. Mrs. K. A.
Petree led the devotions and Mrs.
A reunion of the Tinsley family
was held Sunday in Legion park,
With a Picnic dinner at noon. ,Si<I, S‘'hn S,uuth
It was the firat time in 45 years M
that ail the brothers and sisters ... „ iu
had been together at the same mg the Schmojers daughter .Mrs.
tjme j Elmer Dickson of Yorkville. Ill
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Biggert
were hosts at a family dinner Fri-
day evening at their home, 205
Present were Mrs. W. H. Hard-
wick, Miss Janice Hardwick, Mr.
and Mrs. Don King, Mr. and Mrs.
I Carol Hardwick and daughters,
Cynthia and Susan, Mr. and Mrs.
I Thomas Hardwick and son, Tony,
Mrs. Geor-.-e I. Barth, jr., and Mr. and Mrs. George J. Shircy, and the hosts’ children, Richard,
Children, Richard and Mary of, 735 South Miles, were among the I Kathy and Linda
Newport, It. I are spending a 60 guests who attended a picnic
vacation with her husbands par- Saturday evening given for the
Frederick club at Will Rogers park
in Oklahoma City. The club mem-
bers are former residents of Fred-
SllOr! StOriCS ... AM Home Folks
ents, Mr and Mrs. George
Barth, southeast of El Reno.
Mrs. Dora McManus of Et Paso,
Tex., is visiting in the home of
her nephew, I. N. Freeman and I
Mrs. Freeman 140 North El Reno. I
the Commerce club
* * *
Mrs. A. C. Dubbcrstein. 603 East
Approximately 60 members of'Vj8' l>l'kf'""
i Sydney Schmoyer.
the families were present. The
brothers and sisters are W. P Mrg j, , .....uth
Tinsley and Cecil Tinsley of El Hoff Mrs Pml| „ Tl,|„r,
Reno; F. L. Tinsley of Calumet; I]01 Soll(h B.nk,.r. WCre Ukl.h ma
C H Tinsley and E. M. Imslcy cj, vjsllors M(,mJay.
of Hominy, Osage county; Roy (
Tinsley, Oklahoma City; Mrs. Jim
“Cora" Ivey, Modesto, Calif .; and
Mrs. C. F. "Maude" King, Wich-
ita Falls, Tex.
* * *
Mrs. William It. McCray, who
has been the guest ot her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bowers,
southwest of El Reno, left Monday
th<- former Miss morning for Fort Smith, Ark.,
Wade, was hostess Sunday when Karl Mannsehreck had charge oj
a family ptenlc was held at 1 p.m. the special.
in Legion park.
The picnic was in honor of Mrs.
Dubherstein’s s o n i n -1 a w and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James B
Merveldt and son. David Mark,
who recently returned from
Others present included Mrs. O.
F Mitchell, Mrs. Kyle Wriglil,
Mrs Paul Jonas and Mrs. Ben
The Grow and Give flower club
An-1 will meet at 8 p.m., July 19, with
Mrs. Kyle Wright
Among those present were Mr Mr and Mrs. (). F. Griffin. Mrs.
and Mrs. Victor Dubbcrstein and James Majors and Miss Retha Ma-
children, Cindv, Mark and Neill jot's of Waco, 'lex., are house-
of Enid; Mr and Mrs Herbert guests of Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Wal-
Dubberstein, Herbert, jr.. Ruth lace.
where she will join her husband,
Specialist Second Class William R.
McCray, who has recently return-
ed from Germany where he was
stationed with the army. McCray
expects to receive his discharge
Mrs. Clyde Matthews 814 South ; Misg willa Gregory, northeast of
Barker, was the t o'clock dinner E1 Rcn0i lef) Sunday for a weeks
guest Sunday of Mrs Carolyn -ms vacalion with relatives at Borger,
and daughter, Miss Marjorie >j-ex
Sams, 1121 South Rock Island | ' _
t Drive Dean Bacber, who attends
Mr. and Mrs R H. Bourne. 1043 Hills Business University at Okla-
South Ellison, returned Saturday homa City, spent the weekend with
evening from a weeks stay in Dal her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Mrs Robert M. Savage, 1106 East 1 Whil 703 South Bickford.
\sh entertained Friday with a Dallas
party in celebration of the first - Chris Bogart of Tulsa was the
birthday anniversary of her son. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Heflin weekend houseguest of Shelby
Jimmy. - and daughters, Debcra Kay and Schafer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Feted at Party
How Can I?
Q How can I keep the plants int
Elaine, Susan Kay and Billy; Mrs.
Walter Brackensick: Mr and Mrs. I
Bob Johnson and daughter, Deb-
bie; C. O. Granow; and Mr and
Mrs William Kuenkel of Oklahoma a hanging basket watered without
City. 1 danger of dripping?
A Put the porous cup from a
HITCH HIKER discarded wet battery cell in the
WAVERLY. Tenn if Hex Hall center of the hanging basket, fill it
was having his automobile lubri with water, and it will seep
eated when the serviei station man through, supplying the necessary
found a three foot snake wrapped moisture without danger of drip-
around the exhaust pipe. long water.
A birthday cake, decorated in a Susan Lynn. 719 South Rock Ix-
circus motif and surrounded with 1,111 1 1
plastic animals, formed a center- lalives and friends at Oklahoma
piece for the refreshment table. City.
Favors were presented to each
The hostess was assisted by Mrs.
R. J. McGinnis and Mrs. L. D.
Guests included Janet Wilkerson,
Joyce Wilkerson, Marvin Mullin,
Pamela Young, Linda Golden,
Larry Golden. Phil Golden, Cheryl
Young, Dewayne Young. Linda
Pisell, Mrs. Ray Mullin, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Savage and Mrs.
hermit P. Schafer, 618 South Wil-
The condition oi Scott Story, 1200
Smith Hadden, who underwent ma-
jor surgery June 28 at the Vet-
erans hospital in Oklahoma City is
reported us slowly improving.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 65, No. 118, Ed. 1 Monday, July 16, 1956, newspaper, July 16, 1956; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921125/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.