The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 205, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1955 Page: 3 of 8
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Friday, October 28, 1955
The El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Mrs. Brown Heads
\ Ladies Golf Club
| i Mrs. (lien Brown was elected
[president of the Ladies Golf club
|. during a luncheon-meeting Thurs-
day at the Country club.
) All officers suggested by the
^nominating committee were elect-
red. Other 195(1 officers will be Mrs.
liiMarvin Chambers, vice president;
IlMrs. Oscar Limcstall, secretary-
IBtreasurer; and Mrs. Floyd Ixidy,
f The morning's play was for low
Viet, with 26 members present and
I,one guest, Mrs, Robert Ishmacl of
t Balls were won in championship
((flight by Mrs. 11. C. Brown, in
tjclass A flight by Mrs. T. L. Pike,
land in class B by Mrs. Pat Weav-
ler. Mrs. Fred Arnold and Mrs.
iBrown received balls for hole-
11 Mixed foursomes will be play-
ted at 2 p. m. Sunday, followed
11 with a dinner at the clubhouse.
• * *
Webster Brownies Have
Flower Planting Session
Brownies from the second grade
'at Webster school made flower
pots out of cottage cheese boxes
(and planted flowers Wednesday.
: The afternoon meeting was held
.at the home of their leader, Mrs.
O. G. Abner, 117 South Roberts.
Investiture services will be con-
ducted at the next meeting.
Members present were Elaine
Abner, Vicki Jo Doyle, Donna
' Keller, Kathleen Borchers, Kath-
■ ryn Wallace, Norma Sue Stans-
bury, Sue Thompson, Linda lx>u
‘Decker, and Mrs. Joe Anderson,
I assistant leader.
Short SioriCS... About Home Folks
Mrs. Edna McMahan Kelly, 1011
South Macomb, Mrs. W. R. Buck-
ner, 309 South Barker and Miss
Mary K. Ashbrook, 1012 South
Hoff, attended the meeting of the
Women’s Dinner club in the Per-
sian room of the Skirvin Tower
in Oklahoma City Thursday even-
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barrett
and daughters, Judy and Patsy
of llioton were El Reno visitors
Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. Piatt and
daughter, Mrs. Velma Bruns of
Butler, Mo., are guests of their
son and brother, Harry Piatt and
daughter, Harriet, north of El
Mrs. Joe Muir, 305 East London,
has returned from a visit in the
home of her son-in-law and daugh-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Young
and son, Randall, in Sapulpa.
Mrs. J. W. Covey of Atoka is
visiting in the home of her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert A. Mallonce, 807 South
HIGH JUMP—Gary Bornemann, No. 14, and Bill Adams, behind No. 32, Putnam City's
Camp and No. 38 Meador, go high into the air with Bob McDaniel as Me Daniel intercepts
a Putnam City pass in the second quarter of Thursday night’s game in Adams park.
NOW AND SATURDAY
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Hospital Notes Mrs Mark Named
To District Post
I Announcement was made Thurs
day at a meeting of the Royal
L. Stuart, 831'4 South Neighbors of America that Mrs. E.
Mrs. W. O. Anderson of Shawnee
is a guest in the home of her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Anderson, 911 West Woodson.
Mrs. Pauline Oeullette of Du-
luth, Minn., is the guest of Mr and
Mrs. W. C. Hobson, Chisholm
Mr. and Mrs. Monte H. Phillips
801 South Ellison, have returned
from a trip to Kansas City, Mo.,
where he transacted business.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cavins, 720
South Hadden, have returned from
a 10-days vacation at Lake Tex-
oma where they were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Wick at their
Mrs. B. J Wright and daughter
Cathy of Wichita, Kan., arc guests
in the home of her mother, Mrs.
Herman Dittmer, 1129 South Don-
Mrs. Ila Hixon of Enid is
guest in the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Margaret Goff and Mrs.
Pearl Lair, southeast of El Reno.
Mr. and Mrs. Graden Johnson,
2407 Towns End drive, have as
their guests her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Maxfield, and Mrs.
Warren Wheeler and daughters,
Donna and Linda, all of Mangum
Mrs. Wheeler is also the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Maxfield.
Q. When you have been asked to
pass a dish at the table, and you
were just about to partake of that
dish yourself, is it all right to help
A. No; this would be very crude
and ill-bred, unless of course the
other person insists that you help
Q. When it is necessary for a
male member of a dinner party to
leave the table, should all the other
men rise until he has departed?
A. This is not necessary.
Q. Is it ever proper for a girl to
ask a man to dance with her?
A. Only if the man is her hus-1
band, brother, brother-in-law, cou-
sin, or perhaps an old childhood j
You Are Invited
11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Wesley M. E. Church
Per Plate- $1.00
All Home-Cooked Foods
Roy R Shelley, 148 North 0, has
entered St. Anthony’s hospital in
Oklahoma City where he will un-
der surgery Saturday morning.
Ladies Society Plans
A Thanksgiving dinner was plan-1 A. Bomhoff, Calumet route
. . .. . ,|1, entered Park View hospital,
ned for Nov. 22 at Webster school Thursd for m(.dica, lreatment.
by the Ladies Society of the Broth- *
erhood of Locomotive Firemen and Mrs " . _ , ... , -------
Enginemen during a 2 o’clock Beno> entered Park View Thursday [> Mark, oracle, had been elected
meeting Wednesday in the 1O0F for medical treatment. as vice president of the district
hail I Harold Johnson, 808 South Duane, I at the RNA convention held Tues-
Mrs. George Gholston, past pre- entered Park View Thursday for day in Oklahoma City.
Sara Catherine Vilm, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Vilm. 712
South Williams, underwent major
surgery at St. Mary’s hospital in
Enid Friday morning.
sident, had charge of the business medical treatment,
session. - | Mrs. Frank L. Gregory. 508 South
Present were Mrs. H. B. Flip- Morrison, and son, born Oct. 24 in
pen, Mrs. W. R. Myers, Mrs. G. PaA View were dismissed Thurs-
W Warliek, Mrs. Louis Kessler, day.
Reports on the convention were
given during an ail-day meeting
in the IOOF hall. Members of the
local camp who attended the con-
vention were Mrs. C. F. Huggins,
Oct. 25 for medical treatment and A. Mount, and Mrs. Mark,
was dismissed Thursday.
Mrs. Billy Trammell, 29U'/4 Sun-
set drive, and son, Dennis Dale,
Next meeting will be Nov. 9 in
the IOOF hall.
Mrs. Laura Cavins, 240 North
El Reno had as her 6 o’clock din-
ner guests Thursday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Cavins and chil-
dren, Sherry Lee and T. J. of Calu-
met and Mrs. Ben Johnson and,
children, Shirley Ann and B. II. of
Mrs. P. B Myers, 1110 South
Hoff, has returned from a visit
in the homes of her sons and
daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Neal Myers In Yukon and Dr. and
Mrs. Robert L. Myers in Okla-
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Thad H. Seely, student of the
University of Oklahoma, is spend-
ing the weekend in the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
H. Seely, 716 South Roberts.
Mrs. A. L. Cook and Mrs. R. L.
Cook of Calumet were El Reno
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bright, 705
South Roberts, returned Thursday
During the business session it from a six-weeks visit with re-
vvas voted to donate $5 to the Red latives in Kansas City, Mo., and
Cross. Mission, Kan. While in Kansas
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Wrigley and I u"p^view Octal were! Mrs. R C. Cranmer served as City they were guests of their sons
children, Paul and Patricia of dismissed Thursday. hostess for the noon luncheon. *nd *Mr and
Tulsa arrived Friday for a week's Joc K|ohn> 140 South M. entered Visitors were Mrs. Ralph Bel Mrs H ‘h M u Brj hl ,r ' aml
visit with his mother, Mrs. Ethleen park view Oct 25 for medical' linger of Mineo, and Mrs. Essie| thpjr Knn in
Mt. View School
Mon., Oct. 31, 7:30 P.M.
Hot Dogs. Cake
Pie ami Coffee
AN ANNOUNCEMENT OF SPECIAL
INTEREST TO CANADIAN COUNTY
WOMEN WILL BE MADE IN SUN-
DAY'S EL RENO DAILY TRIBUNE
Park View Oct
I--.....- - ---- — - - — ... „ ...... . , , their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Wrigley, 121Mi North Rock Island. ] treatment and was dismissed Shelton, district deputy from Okla-ld Mrg Robert Nord and jn jjis-
Thursdav. h°ma City j gion they visited with another son!
Mrs. Kenneth Chaloner, Hutchi- ! oth^s attending were Mrs El #nd daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.)
son, Kan and daughter. Denise I ^ Howard L Bri«ht I
Kenette. horn in Park View Oct. I Mrs. D. 11 Jackson, Mrs. t. V. -
23, were dismissed Thursday. Andrews Iis. L. E. -Irs Mr. and jjrs. w. Roy Anderson
Patsy Nelson, Hinton, entered M^pa^Hoffman* Mm ^aSei and daughter. L‘sa of Clinton are
■rir view Oet 26 for medical sanford‘ MrsneveCtoDPeU weekcnd “ucsls in thc homes of
„ ord’, V, ’ their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. I
Mrs. Nola Hyer Mrs. Ethel Winn, And</ 911 West Woodson and
Mrs. John Lee. Mrs. Ivan Barnett,1
Thomas, Carol and Darrell How- Mrs. R. E. Frid, and members. „
ard, children of Mr. and Mrs. L. i who had attended the convention.
F. Howard. 1200 West Wade, en * * *
tered the Laughton clinic Thursday I
for minor surgery and were dis- j Walther League Has
missed today. | Scavenger Hunt
Gurney Warnberg, son of Mr. and I
Mrs. Gurney Warnberg, 604 Thomp-1
son drive, entered the clinic Thurs-
day for minor surgery and was dis-
,, r r» «•../»__ Attending were Neal Baucom.i
Mrs. J D McGee. Oklahoma „ , “ ...
„ , . . . „„ . ! Carl Rusher, Robert Schetn, Earl
Baehler, Marilyn Schroeder, Mar-
garet Koebrick. Janice Wcach,
Betty Sherer, and their adult spon-j
sors, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stef-1
• TERRACES • DAMS
OF ALL KINDS
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F’hones 2636 or 2268-W-3
"Service Is Our Only Business"
WILLARD PARKS, Owner
First Door South of OGtE Offices
NOW and SAT.
ALL SOUTHWEST PREMIERE
The rowdy, rousing, rollick-
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and his three women. He's a
horse-racin', hell raisin',
iron-fisted man . . . who
meets his match in the fun-
ftlled antics of a gun-totin’
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Sunday, Oct. 30
10 A.M. Until Sundown
Yukon Rodeo Grounds
Yukon American Legion
Members of the Walther League
of the Trinity Lutheran church
met at the church Wednesday
night for a scavenger hunt.
in the clinic Oct. 23, were dismissed
Mrs. R. O. Hogan. Jones, and
son. Jeffrey Scott, born in the clinic
Oct. 24, were dismissed Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown, 533
Mrs. Sam V. Davis and daugh-
ter, Becky Sue of Arkansas City,
Kan., are guests in the homes of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Blanton, 1200 East Cavanaugh and
her husband's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Davis, north of El
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 205, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1955, newspaper, October 28, 1955; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921389/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.