The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 56, No. 223, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 19, 1947 Page: 2 of 8
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Wednesday, November 19, 1947
Thelma Bayne Bride
Of Russell Cummings
Before an altar banked with
baskets of pink gladioli, vows were
read at 2 p. m. Sunday in the First
Baptist church for Miss Thelma
Bayne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. R. Bayne, 231 North El Reno
avenue, and Russell Cummings, son
of Charles Cummings, Duncan.
Rev. Bailey Sewell of Oklahoma
City read the vows for the double
ring ceremony In the presence of
relatives and close friends.
Pre-nuptial music was played b>
Mrs. Leonard Keller, pianist.
Mrs. Jack Henrickscn was matron
of honor. She wore a blue suit with
black accessories and her corsage
was formed of red carnations.
Mr. Henrlcksen served Mr. Cum-
mings as best man.
The bride, given in marriage by
her' father, was lovely in a desert
rose suit with black accessories ami
a corsage of white mums. She wore
the traditional something old, new
borrowed and blue.
Mrs. Bayne chose for her daugh-
ter's wedding a powder blue crepe
dress with black accessories. Her
corsage was formed of white carna-
After the ceremony the bride's
parents were hosts at a reception
in their home. The lace-covered
refreshment table was centered with
an arrangement of chrysanthem-
ums. The three-tiered wedding cuke
topped with a miniature bridal
couple was placed at one end of the
table and rh" crystal punch service
was at the other.
After the bride and bridegroom
had cut the first piece of cake it
was serv’d by Miss Katherine Ho-
venden. Mrs. Keller was in charge
cf the punch service and guests
were registered by Miss Dorotlv
Shumate. Other assistants w e r <
Mrs. Henrlcksen, Mrs. Robert J
Bayne. Mrs. Jeff Davis and Mrs
Mrs. Cummings is a graduate o'
El Reno highschool where she we
a member of the Squaw pep clul
and the Trade and Industry club
She now is employed by the South-
western Bell Telephone company
where she plans to continue her
Mr. Cummings was graduated
from the Empire highschool near
Duncan and now is employed by the
Western Electric company.
The newlyweds have established a
home at 62VA South Reno avenue.
Out-of-town guests at the wedd-
ing were Mr and Mrs. Horace Cum-
mings and daughter, Reba Sue, Mr
and Mrs. Ike Pollock, daughter,
Melba Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. Buster
Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Pollock, Mr and Mrs. Donald Pol-
lock. all of Duncan, Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Cummings, Rev. and Mrs.
Sewell and son, Leon, all of Okla-
homa City, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Brasel. son. Ronnie. Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Swink, son, Phil. Mr. and Mrs.
Hal Awtrey, Jr., all of Shawnee.
* * *
Mrs. Lee J. Stoneman, 301 North
Bickford avenue, was hostess Mon-
day to the Chlldcraft club.
Mrs. John Irvine was a guest
while members present were Mrs.
W W. Mathews, Mrs R. E. Ham-
mond, Mrs. Leo C. Murray, Mrs.
Charles T. Waller, Mrs. C. A Fowl-
er. Mrs. Roderick Rice, Mrs. B. E.
Carder, Mrs. Elmer Schwab. Mrs.
Charles F. Fink, Jr., Mrs. T. W.
Rader. Mrs. Ray Dillingham and
Mrs. B M. McGinley.
Mrs. Rice. 1000 West London
street, will be hostess to the club
on Dec. 1.
Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the First Methodist
church. General meeting and 1
o'clock covered dish luncheon at
the church. Mrs. Roy Dillon, west
Oklahoma conference president,
General Council of Women's
Work of the First Christian church.
Meeting at 1:30 p. m. at the church.
Mrs. J. W. Hodges, guest speaker.
H e a s t. o n home demonstration
club. Hostess. Mrs. Ralph Bollinger,
southwest of Ell Reno.
General Society of Woman's Work
of the First Presbyterian church.
Executive meeting at 12:30 p. m.
and luncheon at I p. m.
Women's Missionary union of the
rlrst Baptist church
Lottie Moon circle. Meetjng at
he church at 2:30 p. m.
Lucy Smith circle. Meeting nt the
Lurch at 2:30 p. m.
Susan Anderson circle Hostess,
Mrs. Roy Stevenson. 830 South FI11-
on avenue Meeting at 9 a. m.
Pearl Todd circle. Hostess. Mrs.
Mary Cupp, 900 East Foreman
treet Meeting at 2 p. m.
Rosalie Mills Appleby cftcle.
Hostess, Mrs. Flunk Smith, 301
loutli Roberts avenue Meeting at
3:30 p in.
Hester Hancock circle. Hostess,
Mrs. R P Oatlirr. 410 South Elli-
son avenue Meeting nt 2:30 p. in.
National Association of Letter
Carriers auxiliary. Hostess, Mrs.
Ralph Clovis, 1117 South Hadden
avenue Regular meeting at 7:30 p.
Rcw nnd So club. Hostess, Mrs.
Boyd Eason. Fort Reno.
Workbasket club. Hostess. Mrs. E.
L. Christopher, 121 North O avenue.
All-day meeting and covered dish
Tulip unit Af the Garden Flower
•lub. Hostess, Mrs Ixila Feddersen,
’08 South Grand avenue.
Royal Neighbors of America and
Royal Neighbors Quilting club. Joint
ill-dn.v meeting in I, O. fS. F. hall.
Ladies Auxiliary to the Brother-
hood of Railroad Trainmen. Meet-
ing in Trainmen's hall. Mrs. Mary
A. Anderson of Fort Scott, Kan.,
sixth vfee' grand president, will
make her official vlalt. /
Miss Marcella I-eonard, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. g. Leonard. 301
North Evans avenue, became the
bride of James E. Hendrix, son Of
j Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hendrix, 308
North Evans avenue. In a ceremony
! performed at 4 p. m. Sunday In
Sacred Heart Catholic church.
Father Emil Depreitere, pastor,
officiated at the ceremony In tre
presence of 350 guests.
Miss Helen Flanigan, organist,
played a medley of pre-nuptial
music and accompanied Miss Har-
riet Ann Brown, soloist, when she
sang "Ave Maria," by Schubert, and
the "Panis Angelius." The tradition-
al wedding marches were used.
Bridesmaids were Miss Catherine
Reding of Calumet, and Miss
Juanita Pelt of Oklahoma City.
Their dresses were of pink nylon
marquisette fashioned with fitted
basque waists and three-quarter
length braided sleeves. Their head-
dresses were coronets of nylon mar-
quisette with sliver sequin trim and
pink shoulder veils. Their colonial
bouquets were of blue carnations.
Miss Celeste Leonard, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Her gown
and headdress were of sky blue
nylon marquisette fashioned ident- i city.
and she wore an old coin in her
Robert Hendrix, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man.
Ushers were Robert Lord and Fred
Mrs. Leonard chose for her
daughter’s wedding a royal blue
dress set with rhinestones with gray
accessories. The bridegroom's
mother chose a black suit with black
accessories. Their corsages were
formed of white gardenias.
Immediately after the ceremony a
reception was held in the home of
the bride’s parents.
After the bride and bridegroom
had cut the first piece of cake, it
was served by Mrs. Ted Jones of
Oklahoma City, sister of tli* bride-
groom. Mrs. Smith presided at the
punch service. Miss Irene Reding,
Calumet, registered the guests and
Miss Patricia Cooper was in charge
of the gifts.
Mrs. Hendrix was graduated from
Sacred Heart highschool and re-
ceived her bachelor of arts degree
from Our Lady of the Lake col-
lege, San Antonio, Tex., with the
class of 1946. She was a member
of Alpha Chi. scholastic fraternity,
and Sigma Alpha Iota, music frat-
ernity. She served as president of
the Sigma Tau Delta, English frat-
Mr. Hendrix was graduated from
Union City highschool and attended
Draughon's Business college in
Oklahoma Ciy. He served five years
with the armed forces with 30
months spent In the Pacific area.
He now is employed with the Kobe
Oil Supply company in Oklahoma
ical to those of the bridesmaids and
her bouquet was formed of pink
Both the maid of honor and the
bridesmaids wore silver three-strand
chokers and bracelets, their gifts
from the bride.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of luminous
j candlelight satin fashioned with a
| round yoke of nylon finished with
a satin bertha. The full skirt was
trimmed with tiny tucks and but-
tons. Her veil was attached to a
culhedral coronet set with seed
pearls and her bouquet was a white
orchid surrounded by white carna-
tions, clusters of net and stephano-
tis with white streamers extending
down with bows of net and step-
Her traditional something old was
a strand of pearls belonging to Mrs.
Torn Smith of Oklahoma City, sis-
W. S. C. 8. MEETING
General mreling of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service of Cen-
tral Methodist churcn. scheduled for
Thuisday afternoon at the church,
has been pstponed until 2 )>. in. Dec
11, It was announced today.
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WE PAY 8%
ON YOUR SAVINGS
Ill East Woodson
When the newlyweds departed for
a wedding trip to Hot Springs, Ark..
Mrs. Hendrix wore a rose and brown
suit with brown alligator accessories
and a white orchid corsage.
Upon their return they will reside
at 1902 Drexel boulevard. Oklahoma
» * *
BETTY BAILEY HONORED
AT HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER
Betty Bailey was honored at a
handkerchief shower and farewell
party Saturday event n g when
Marcia and Janet Chappell, south-
west of El Reno, entertained In
their home. Betty Is leaving soon
to go to Chickasha.
Bunco and various other games
were the diversions of the evening
Refreshments were served at the
close of the evening.
Invited guests included Mary
Prances Hale, Joan Townsend, Jean
ter of the bridegroom, and her i Ausley, Donna Smith. Ann Emei -
something borrowed was an lm- I son, Jerry Ann dander, George
ported handkerchief which belongs I Anil Trent and the honoree.
to Mrs. J. L Ainsworth, El Reno. I Norida Nordberg was unable to
Blue garters were something blue attend but sent a gift.
(Published In The El Reno Daily Tribune. El Reno. Okla.. Nov. 19, *1947 )
CANADIAN COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, FINANCIAL STATEMENT AS
OF JUNE 30. 1947, AND FSTIMATE OF NEEDS FOR ALL SEPARATE
SCHOOL FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, INK.
Abstract To Publish •
SUMMARY OF ALL SEPARATE SCHOOL FUNDS OF TIIE COUNTY
Total All Separate Separate
Separate Schools School
Schools Trans. Funds Dist. No. 34
AND BALANCE SHEET
Cusli Balance June 30, 1947
LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
1947-47 Warrants outstanding
5 tale School Lund Earnings .
Gross production tax
Auto License tax
Rural Electric Co-op. Tax
Dist. No. 34
Total of All Other Co.
Separate and Maj.
FSTIMATE OK NFEDS FOR ALL SEPARATE SCHOOLS OF THE
COUNTY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1947-48
Maintenance of Equipment
Upkeep of Real Properties
Heating Plant for S. D. No. _
Reserve for Interest on Warrants
- 1 300.00
Distl No. 34
I — r ■
Surplus from Balance Sheet
And, Estimate of
FROM AD VAL TAX ___________
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120 K. Rock Island—Phone 723
Mrs. Frank Booker, president
presided over the business session
held Monday evening by the Eagljs
auxiliary in Eagles hall.
Flans were mude for the Christ-
mas gift exchange to be held at
the meeting on Dec. 15.
Initiation was conducted for Mrs.
The social committee appointed
for the meeting Nov. 24 Includes
Mrs Harry Von Tungeln. Mrs. Ben-
nett Enfield and Mrs. Nye Severns.
The dance committee appointed
for tile month of December includes
Mrs. Mabel Schumacher, Mrs. Van
Robertson, Mrs. Mabel Cranmer nnd
Mrs. A. W. Bannister.
Plans were announced for the
covered dish dinner to be served
Dec. 8 in Eagles hall for members
of the auxiliary and their husbands.
Mrs. Scott Story was appointed
mistress of ceremonies for the din-
ner and Mis. Bryan Gregory was
named door chairman
Other committees for the dinner
Kitchen committee—Mrs. H. S.
McOee, Mrs. B. W. Roblyer, Mrs.
W. H. Rowe. Mrs. William Hammett
and Mrs. Clyde Haynes.
Dining room committee — Mrs.
Jack Thomas, Mrs. George Davis,
Mrs. Harry Hummel and Mrs. Pete
Curd table coinmitlee—Mrs. Earl
E. Nunn. Mrs. L. I. Fiscus and Mrs.
Those present for the session
Monduy evening were Mrs. Booker.
Mrs. Gaines, Mrs. Schumacher, Mrs.
Story, Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. McGee,
Mrs. Roblyer, Mrs. RoWe, Mrs. Ham-
mett, Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Gerber, Mrs. Clark
Mrs. J. T. Douglas, Mrs. E. A. Ful-
ler, Mrs. S. E. French, Mrs.*F. M
Heltznian, Mrs. Dick Murphy, Mrs.
C. S. Mongold, Mrs. Glen Powell,
Mrs. George Purcell, Mrs. Jack
Smith, Mrs. S. W. Stephens, Mrs.
W. C. Whitacre and Mrs. Vivian
* * •
MRS. MARY ANDERSON
I TO MAKE VISIT HERE
| Mrs. Mary A. Anderson of Fort
Scott, Kan., sixth vice grand presi-
: dent, will make her official visit
I Prlday at the meeting to be held by
1 the Ladles Auxiliary to the Broth-
erhood of Railroad Trainmen In
I Trainmen's halj.
Mrs. Anderson will arrive in El
i Reno Thursday and will be enter-
1 tained in the home of Mrs. W. O.
i Wick, 607 West London street, presi-
dent of the local auxiliary, with
all members of the auxiliary invit-
After the luncheon Friday honor-
ing Mrs. Anderson, a regular meet-
ing will be held In the hall when
the annual election of officers will
On Wednesday evening members
of the auxiliary will be hostesses
| and will serve refreshments to
members of the Brotherhood of
. Railroad Trainmen when they meet
In the hall for the annual election
CLUB MEMBERS AND
Mrs. Ernest Owens, 802 South
Mitchell avenue, entertained mem-
bers of the T. M. T. M. club and j
their families at a pitch party
Henry Perkins won high and also |
was awarded the traveling prize |
while Mrs. John Bomhoff scored
Those present were Mr. and Mrs
Bomhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Davis, Mr. and
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STATE OF OKLAHOMA. County of Canadian, ss.
True Condition of the fiscal affairs of the Separate S « thl
£°u"‘1y „for ,’Jle f‘sca* y<‘ar ending June 30. 1947. as certified nnd sub-
mitted by the Boards of Education and Officers charged with said
Funds and Accounts according to law, and required to prepare and
submit said statements In keeping with O. 8. 1941’ 68 288
We further certify that the foregoing estimate for current expenses
for the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1947. and ending June 30 1948 was
certified as haying been made at meetings of the several Boards of Edu-
cation and Officers, held on the first Monday in July 1947- that the
same have been correctly transcribed and that all estimates'made are
as certified for the respective purposes therein set out. We further
certify that the estimated income from sources other than ad valorem
taxation may reasonably be expected to be collected as a revenue dur-
mg the ensuing fiscal year and is not in excess of the lawfully author-
ized ratio of the amounts certified *s having been collected from the
same sources during the preceding fiscal year ending, except Tranrfer
Fees Receivable which Fees have been determined reasonably probable
of collection at 100% of the sums appropriated by the Countv Excise
Board or Boards In the budgets of the districts from which pupils were
transferred. The same is hereby ordered to be attached to the Countv
Budget for the same year and transmitted to the County Excise Board
according to law. u’™
Dated at El Reno. Oklahoma, this 10th day of Nov.. 1047.
„ _ _ R- O. Courtney, Chairman of Board
(SEAL) C. E. Bross, F. C. McKinney. Member ;
County Clerk. J. H. Griffin, Member.
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