The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 51, No. 299, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 16, 1943 Page: 3 of 6
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1943
EL RENO '(OKLAJ DAILY TRIBUNE
Round Tabic Study club. Host-
ess, Mrs. L. B. Krause, 905 South
R. I. 8. Bridge club. Hostess,
Is Club Event
A valentine dinner combined
with a surprise birthday party lor
one ol their members featured the
regular Sunday meeting of the
Wayta-Rayta-Data club Sunday
evening in the home of Jeanne
Allison, 800 South Hoff avenue.! Mrs- J- Y Morris. GOG North Rock
Dancing and games preceded the Island »venuc.
dinner. The dining room was dec- i Sterling Thimble club. Hostess,
orated in a valentine motif. As the Mrs clvdt‘ Mathews, 814 South
birthday cake was brought Into ■ Barker avenue,
the dining room, guests joined in' G. I. A. club. Hostess, Mrs. J.
singing "Happy Birthday to You” j H. Porter, 214 West London street,
and the hostess presented Jackie | Assistant hostess, Mrs. Lee Allen.
Whlnery with a birthday gift from , Veterans of Foreign Wars aux-
thc club. illary. Meeting in V. F. W. hall.
After the dinner, members and! Every Woman's Bible Study
guests were entertained at a tliea- club. Hostess, Mrs. O. L. Dale, 501
tre. * ! South Rock Island avenue.
Members of the club, composed' Robcklih circle' Hostess at all‘
of hlghschool and Junior college j day '"cctlnJ a»dJovercd dish'lunch-
students, are Mary LaVonne 5?"' Mls H L. Bcthaid. 1048 South
Bourne, Jeanne Allison. Kathryn i Miles aVenU^
Hurst, Virginia Bruce, Mary Ann _ . ,, , v
Shepherd, Jackie Whinery, May- °e“era‘ C°un,c‘> * Wo"le">
beth McGill, Bonnie Bell Bayless, Wor*t of ho First Christian church.
Max Clark, J. D. Roland, Ken-, M£tlng the church at 2 p m.
neth Palmer. Bob Myers, Carl j Women s Missionary union of the
Little, Lloyd Lorenzen, Jack Bur-j ^ ,Baptst u , «.
meler and Bob Modrall. E“rI «ester clrc ^H,cf,tef '
. , ! R. L. Stevenson, 1104 West Wade
Additional guests at the Sunday £treet<
dinner were Lenora Rupp. Beth
Wolf in WAAC clothing is Pvt.
Henry W. Hayden, Jr., here pos-
ing cheesecake style. He is in
Bakewell, Margaret Kamm, Pat! ! cast_of soldier show at Bowman
Field near Louisville. Ky.
Farley, Bill Marshall. Walter Blair. ^ve^ue"^^8' 7°4
Raymond Wagner and Kenneth Pearl Todd circle. Meeting In the j lonv M4V_V
reynext meeting of the club “gSSs.! SECOND BIRTHDAY
will be held Sunday. Feb. 21, in j Mrs. R. A, Watkins, 532 South j Celebrating the second blrth-
tlie home ol Mary Lavonne Bourne, Miles avenue. I day anniversary of her son, Jody,
703 South Bickford avenue. Ann Judson circle. Hostess. Mrs. I Mrs. Joe Maxey. 727 South Elli-
411 North Bickford ! 80,1 evenue. entertained Thursday
* * * A. G. Cash,
BENEFIT CARD PARTY avenue.
ARRANGED TONIGHT Susan Anderson circle. Hostess.
A curd party for the benefit of Mrs" Oeor8e Burton. 511 West
the Red Cross canteen will be held Owens street.
at 8 p. m. tonight in the Knights of Lottie Moon circle. Hostess. Mrs.
Columbus hall. Mrs. Erie O'Nan, Howard Pumphrey, 107 South Ad-
chatrman of the Catholic Daugh- I mlre avenue.
ters of America committee In charge, General Society of Woman's
has announced. Work of the First Presbyterian
Every one is Invited to the party, cbu,cb Meeting in the church at
Mrs. O'Nan stated. There will be 2 111 with division No 2 as
hostess. Installation of new offi-
no charge for admission. Refresh- ,
ments and prizes will be provided cers and asslRnment of members
and a silver offering taken. new divisions. Lesson. "South
* * « American Industries," will be taught
i by Mrs. E. G. Harrison and Mrs.
! Everett Poole. Executive board
GROUP CONVENES . . .. . .
_ . meeting at 1:30 p. m.
The Business Women's group of , FRIDAY
the General Comici! of Women s j Ladies Auxiliary to the Brother-
Work of the First Christian church hood of Railway Trainmen. Meet-
met Monday night in the church fng ln Trainmen's hall
parlor for a covered dish dinner. IdIc Hour club Hostess, Mrs B
Devotional* were led by Miss Le- c. Bickerstaff. 815 North Choctaw
ta Bradncy and were on the subject avenue.
Women's Relief corps. Hostess at
all-day meeting and covered dish
luncheon, Mrs. L. E. Day, 515 North
Friendly Sewing circles. Hostess.
Mrs. R. L. Stevenson, 1104 West
Womans Culture club. Annual
guest day program at 3 p. m. in
library of Etta Dale junior high-
school. The program will be given
by students of Miss Lucille Hicks,
speech instructor in the hlghschool.
of 'The Missionary Message of the
Mrs. Edna Wcwerka gave the re-
|»ort from The World Call on “The
Christian Mission in Latin Ameil-
A short business meeting was held,
presided over by Mrs. T. V. Powell.
Members in attendance were Mrs.
E. R. Bachelor. Mrs. Glen A.
Brown. Mrs. J. P. West. Mrs. John
Filch, Mrs. Lon C. Booth. Mrs. M.
L. Simmons. Mrs. Charles Canon.
Miss Bradney, Miss Wewcrka and j
Next meeting of the group will
be Mar. 15 in the church.
■ * * *
ARNOLD BULICK IS
HONOREE AT PARTY
The 14th birthday anniversary of
their son. Arnold Bulick. was cele-
brated Saturday night by Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Bulick, 520 South Gres-
ham avenue, when several of his
friends were entertained.
A birthday cake centered the din-
ing table, which was decorated witli
valentines for eacli guest.
Several games were' played with
prizes being awarded to Audean
Southern. Jimmy Immel and Lor-
Other guests were James Garrett,
linogene McAtee and Billy Abies.
How Can I?
Q. What is a good cleanser for
brass, copper, and pewter?
A. A mixture of salt with an
equal quantity of flour and vine-
gar. Apply a paste made up of
these ingredients and allow to re-
main on an hour, and then rub
off. Wash with water and polish.
Q. How can I shorten the time
it takes to jiccl apples and to-
A. Steep the apples in boiling
water for a minute. Tomatoes
should be placed in a colander,
then in hot water for a moment,
and the skins will come off easily.
BY MRS. CAY NOR MADDOX
NEA Service Staff Writer
1JUT a Utile time, intelligent care
A and good ingredients into the
boup pot and you’ll have delicious
and substantial reward. Try these,
recommended by Crosby Gaige,
One pound dried Inna beans,
ham bone, 3 onions, 12 pepper-
corns, % bay leaf, 6 to 8 cups
water, 1 cup minced carrot, Vi
cup minced green pepper, 1 small
Soak the lima beans 1 hour or
more. Put part of a hain bone,
the beans, onions, peppercorns
and bay leaf with the water. Cook
slowly until the twins are lender.
Reserve life cups whole beans.
Force the remainder of the beans
and stock through a sieve. Re-
turn the whole beans to Hie stock,
add the carrots, green pepper and
tomatoes. Cook until tender. If
there are bits of ham adhering to
the bone, mince and add lo the
soup. This soup with croutons is
sufficient for a dinner when It
is followed by a green salad and
a light dessert.
Black Bean Soup
Two cups black beans, 1 onion,
2 stalks celery, 3 tablespoons
margarine, 2 quarts * stock or
water, 1V4 tablespoons flour, %
teaspoon pepper, 2 teaspoons salt,
dash cayenne pepper, Vt teaspoon
Ary rpustard. 1 tablespoon bitten,
oatmeal niuflins, apples fried
in bacon drippings, coflee,
LUNCHEON: Hot lomato-
beef stock boup. tousled pea-
nut butter sandwiches, let-
tuce and chopped carrot
Sandwiches", frosted honey
cup cakes, tea, inilk.
DINNER: Large bowlb of
black bean soup, rye bread,
buller or forlilled marga-
rine, assorted cheese, mixed
green salad, cherry pic, tea,
afternoon, Feb. 11, with a party.
A valentine motif was used for
tlie decorations and a birthday cake
centered the dining table. The
afternoon was spent informally.
Young friends of the honoree
present were Lynda Ward. Linda
Hensley, Bill Jeffrey, Allen Lamb,
Billy John Spencer, William Maxey
Turner of Sayre and Phil Ivester.
Other guests were Mrs. Dean
Ward, Mrs H. M. Hensley, Mrs.
E. G. Jeffrey, Mrs Fred Lamb.
Mrs. Johnny Spencer, Mrs. Wil-
liam Turner. Mrs. Horace Ivester
and Mrs. Lester Nicholson.
* * *
Mrs. J. W. Myers, 121 North
Donald avenue, was hostess at her
home Monday night to members
of the Philathea society of the
First Methodist church, with Mrs.
J. O. Irwin as assistant hostess.
Roll call for the meeting was
answere with patriotic quotations.
A short business session, pre-
sided over by Mrs. C. C. Schmcl-
zel. president, was held.
A letter from Mrs. Charles Gunn,
a former member now living in
California, was read.
In a guessing contest. Mrs. G. E.
Dresser won the award.
Refreshments using a patriotic
motif were served to Mrs. E. R.
Barnhart. Mrs. E. E. Brown. Mrs.
Frank Carpenter. Mrs. Roy Carter,
Mrs Rolla lies. Mrs. Thomas Jen-
sen, Mrs. James Murray. Mrs. L.
W. Wright. Mrs. J. M. Woods.
Miss Aurelia Beck, Miss Ida Fer-
guson. Mrs. Effie Weaver, Mrs.
Dresser. Mrs Schmelzel. Mrs. Myers
and Mrs. Irwin.
Next meeting of the group will be
Mar. 22 with Mrs. Carl Gierhart,
717 West Wade street, as hostess.
* * #
BENEFIT CARD PARTY
AND SHOWER PLANNED
Plans for a benefit card party to
be held at 8 p. m. Feb. 22 in the
Eagles hall were discussed Monday
night at a regular meeting of the
Eagles auxiliary in the hall.
Mrs. C. L. Duff, president, pre-
sided over the meeting at which
plans also wore made for a shower
from 2 to 5 p. m.. Friday. Feb. 19.
to which all friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Siemen are invited. Mr. and
Mrs. Siemen's home was destroyed
! by fire Sunday.
Attending the Monday night
meeting were Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Ern-
est Hodgkinson, Mrs. W. C. Whit-
acre, Mrs. Florence Heitzman, Mrs.
L. I. Flscus, Mrs. W. L. Leach, Mrs.
Earl French, Mrs. Ernest Haynes,
Mrs. O. C. Leach. Mrs. John Rob-
lyer, Mrs. Jess Williams and Mrs.
Son at El Reno
To Return Body
Ralph Warren. 70. a retired em-
ploye of the Rock Island railway,
died unexpectedly Monday at Los
Angeles, Calif., where lie had been
residing since last October, ac-
cording to word received yesterday
by his son, H. E. Warren, 713 South
Mitchell avenue. Cause of death
was not learned here.
Mr. Warren, who resided in Mis-
souri before moving to Oklaiioma,
was employed in the clerical de-
partment of the Rock Island for 41
years before ills retirement about
four years ago. He was located at
Clilckasha for 35 years of tills time,
i Survivors in addition to the son
| at El Reno include a brother, H. E.
[ Warren _of Lookeba; three other
sons, Lloyd Warren of Soldier Sum-
mit, Utah, Sam Warren of San
Francisco, Calif., and Tom War-
ren of Yakima, Wash ;and two
daughters. Mrs. Lewis Duncan of
Corpus Christi, Tex , and Mrs. Har-
ry Haffner of Springfield. Mo.
The son at El Reno planned to
depart for Los Angeles today to
accompany the body to Clilckashu
where funeral services will be con-
ducted. probably next Monday.
Mrs. James B Nave, mother of
Forrest Nave, 511 South Rock Is-
land avenue, died this morning at
her home in Blackwell.
Mrs. Nave, who was 76, had been
111 since she suffered a heart at-
tack about a month ago and pneu-
A native of Illinois, Mrs. Nuvc
came to Oklahoma at the opening of
the Cherokee strip, when she and
her husband settled on a claim
near Blackwell. They had made
their home in Blackwell for the past
Funeral arrangements will be an-
nounced later. Mrs. Forrest Nave
and her daughter, Mrs. Harold Wol-
verton of Wichita Falls. Tex., are
leaving El Reno tonight or tomorrow
morning for Blackwell. Mr. Nave is
at present in Seattle, Wash.
Surviving Mrs. Nave are her hus-
band, of Blackwell: three sons, For-
rest Nave, El Reno, Lorris Nave,
Blackwell, and Lawrence Nave, St.
Petersburg, Fla.: two daughters,
Mrs. Adrian Carr, Tonkawa, and
Miss Minnie Nave, Blackwell; a
brother, R. T. Williams of Enid;
two sisters, Mrs. Charles Richard-
son, Coffeyviile, Kan., and Mrs.
Pluma Gorman, Tulsa.
William Thiltgen, 52, of Delano,
Calif., and Louise Fiances Walcli,
40. of El Reno.
W. W. Wilson vs. Ola Wilson. Pe-
tition for decree of divorce.
James and Pearl Moorman lo
Fred H. and Neva Lane. Lot 14,
block 3. Morrison's first addition to
Ray and Berenice Kappus ct ul
to Lawrence Kappus. Lots 3. 4, E
SE 22-12-10; SW 23-12-10; NE NE.
lots 1, 2. 3. 27-12-10.
J. I. and Nettle E. Penwright to
Thomas F. HaJey. Part of lots 1. 2,
3. 4, block 13, Keith's addition to
Leo J. and Florence Bruns to Lois
Nathaniel and Elsie May Koclien-
dorfer. Lots 21, 22, 23, 24, block
18; lots 39, 40, 41. 42. block 17, Fair
addition to El Reno.
Glen W. and Hazel B. Brown to
Otto Mitchell. Lots 31, 32, block
2, Riley addition to El Reno.
El Reno Federal Savings and Loan
association to W. A. and Martha
Riggs. PaPt of lots 3 and 4, block
69. El Reno.
J. N. and Lema Kroeker to G. It.
Thompson. Lot 17, part of lot 18,
block 6, Morrison’s first addition to
H. D. Collins to Four States Oil
and Gas company. N 18-12-9.
Walrnar Oil company to National
Tank company. N 18-12-9
National Tank company to Four
States Oil and Gas company. N
1 lemon, 2 hard-cooked eggs.
Wash beans and soak over-
night. in morning, drain, covei
with boiling water and boil 30
minutes. Drain, slice ouions, diet'
celery and cook 5 minutes hi half
Hie margarine in a soup pol. Add
beans and stock, or water, and
simmer until beans are soft, add-
ing more liquid as required. Rub
through sieve, adding remaining
margarine, Hour and seasonings
rubbed together. Heal to boiling
point, and add billers. Cut lemon
in very thin slices, removing
seeds, and cut eggs in thin slices
and strew over top of soup as
In making stock, have enough
lo store for future use. thus sav-
ing time and fuel. Have the
butcher crack the bones ao you'U
get the benefit of the marrow, t
Police Take Over As
Q Is it proper to give out any j
explanations in the event of a ELIZABETH, N J., Feb. 16—(U.Ri
broken 'engagement? i P°Uce had to take over the
A. No; it is much better taste dr'v'uB of St. Elizabeth hospital's
lo say nothing, not even to one's u,"bulances today,
most intimate friends. It is wise Tlle last regular driver quit
to bear ln mind the words of the YCfltelday 10 *,a*ce a *n * War
old proverb; "Least said, soonest *"be hospital's other
mended." drivers were drafted or quit to
Q. What should a girl do at a I tuke war "I01**-
party when an inebriated guest
Insists upon kissing her?
A. Tell this guest frankly and
positively, without displaying anger,
that his actions arc objectionable.
If he persists, speak to your host
TO EASE MISERY
OF CHILD'S COLD
'-Ft » W
* f V
ARE YOU PLANNING TO
You'll Get More Bidders And
Higher Prices This Cheap,
YOU CAN TEH MORE PEOPLE WHO WANT TO BUY WHAT YOU WANT
TO SELL If YOU ADVERTISE IN THIS NEWSPAPER!
Your Sale Is Not Just A
Your neighbors will know about your sale. You'll want bidders to
come from 10,15,20, 30 and even 50 miles away... strangers
who come lo buy with cash in their pockets. The Tribune reaches
these people every day.
In order to have a successful sale, people must attend. In order
lo gel people lo aftend, they must know about your sale far enough
ahead of time.
When you plan your sale, plan your advertising lo include space
in your own home daily newspaper.
|THE EL RENO
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