The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 56, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 4, 1943 Page: 4 of 9
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Tuesday, May 4, 1943
El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
ij Study Club H<
S finoct Dav Tc
Guest Day Tea
By Dr. Haskell Pruitt
The El Reno Study club held its
annual guest day at the Etta Dale
Bride of Flier
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bruce. 714 Catholic Daughters of America, i ,Kbe lamous Dionne quintuplets at
Q Should a bride writ ea per-
sonal letter of thanks for each
wedding gift she receives?
A. Yes; and probably the best
and easiest way to do tills is to
write each night before she re-
tires. acknowledging every gift she
receives that day.
Q. Should one ever- refuse tQ
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Irs I &
Junior highschool auditorium Mon- j make introductions unless it is
day afternoon when Dr. Haskell j absolutely Impossible to escape do-
Prultt of Stillwater, assisted by Ing so?
GIRL—Mr and Mrs: L. W.
Clark. 623 South Reno avenue,
are parents of a daughter, weigh-
ing seven pounds and nine ounces,
Bates, mathematics born Monday afternoon in the
been named Lucann.
D. Y. W, Y. K. club. Hostess.
Mrs. O. O Tollefson, 630 South
| Ellison avenue.
Rebekah circle. All-day meeting
! in the I. O. O F hall
Frank Williams of the state de-
partment of education In Okla-
homa City, showed motion pic-
tures in technicolor of his travels
in Mexico New Mexico. Salt Lake
City. Utah. Yellowstone national
park. Niagara Falls, the home of
The wedding took place at 7 p. m.
South Miles avenue, have announced Mee,lnR at 7 P m J"
Knights of Columbus hall
the marriage of their daughter. Miss Q A Hostess. Mrs. H E.
Pauline, to Captain Gene Rowe, son Merchant, 127 North El Reno ave-
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rowe of Nash- nue.
Women's Foreign Missionary soc- | ^le’which was centered with a
Monday in the home of the bride's j >ety of the First Church of the
parents with Rev. J. W. Hodges. Nazarene. Regular meeting at the
pastor of the First Baptist church, church.
performing the single ring ceremony Woman's Society of Christian
The immediate family and a few Service of the First Methodist . f
close friends were present. church. General meeting at church. cluded the v'°1 k
The bride was attired in a two- Tulip unil of lhe Garden Flower ! The 168 members and guests at-
piece suit of white flannel with club. Hostess Mrs H. R Bethard. tending were Mrs. T M Aderhold.
white accessories and a white orchid i ld48 South Miles avenue. I Mrs. L F Anderson, Mrs. B. T.
wWU accessories and white ore Wmnan.s Soclety of chri'sUall j Marshall. Mrs. Wiley Jones, Mrs.
Callander, Ont, Canada, back
through Boston. Mass . Washing!^m
D. C.. Texas, and Oklahoma.
After the program Mrs. Wetzel
S. Welden and Mrs. H. G Keller
presided at the lace-covered tea
low bowl of spring flowers flanked
1 by tall white candles in crystal
A short business meeting con-
White peonies in a low crystal
vase, and candles tied with white
tulle in crystal holders were ar-
ranged on the i mi it tel above the
living room fireplace in front of
which the vows were read. Floor
wicker baskets of snowballs and Wiggins
orange blossoms were placed about
The wedding was followed by an
informal buffet supper. White
pebnies and candles in crystal hold- w”'k’ ol
ers decorated the lace-covered table.
Mrs, Rowe cut the first piece of
the wedding cake which was top-
ped with a miniature bride and
Mrs. Rowe was graduated from
the El Reno highschool with the
class of 1940 While In highschool
she was a member ol the Peppetts.
girls' pep organization, Philathean
literary society and the girls' quar-
tet. She was band queen and hon-
orary sponsor of the Senate debat-
Captain Rowe is a graduate of
Nashville highschool and formerly
was an instructor at Cimarron
Field. At present lie is with the
R. A. F. ferry command, stationed
at Nasseau. in the Bahama islands.
For traveling the bride wore a
suit of watermelon red. with Slack
J Service of the Central Methodist
Circle 1. All-day meeting. Host-
ess. Mrs. W. P. Crites, 420 East
Circle 2. Hostess, Mrs. C. W.
Roy Stevenson. Mrs Howard Fish-
er, Mrs. R. L. Davis, Mrs. M. A.
Jeffrey, Mrs. Ray Dillingham. Mrs.
Joe Maxey. Mrs. Fred Arnold, Mrs.
A. P Reed. Mrs. Jesse W Hay-
don, Mrs Ralph Costin, Mrs. Henry
Behne, Mrs. A V. Crotzer, Mrs.
A. No: one who feels this way
about introductions will find It
difficult to get along well socially.
Q What is the proper way for
a woman to thank a man who has
given her his seat in a street car
A. Ail that is necessary is to
smile and thank him.
Mrs. L. I. Fiscus
close of school for Chicago, 111.,
where she will study radio script
writing at the N. B C. Radio
Mrs. M. C
instructor at the Etta Dale Junior
highschool, who has been in the
school system for one year, will
join her husband in Oklahoma
City where Mr. Bates recently ac-
cepted employment with the Doug-
las Aircraft company after resign-
ing as the principal of Lincoln
Miss Olivia Young, first grade Anadarko were ordered
teacher at the Central elementary
school, who has been connected
with the school system for seven 0f 1)etit larceny in their arraign- |
years, will become manager of ment before I. W. Alexander In
Young's hardware store at Fair- justice of peace couit heie Mon- ,
view at the end of the current
elected i school term.
In the country that I know of," he
said "We whistle duets of popular
and classical selections and do vs-
rious bird imitations."
In addition to their appearance
TRENTON N, .1 May 4—(U.R)- with the USO camp shows, the Con-
What can a full-time factory worker' ovcr brothers have made several
do to help the army In his spare I radio broadcasts,
time? Charles 8. Conover knows “We get a great kick out of being
how to whistle so he decided that ■ able Put on these shows for the
he could be Ills own "secret wea- l)0Vs' he sald especially for io.se
In hospitals who may be in need
of a little cheering up."
Reno sanitarium The baby has cluctlon manager at the Westing- During the day Charles Conover
house lamp division plant here is is busy at his Job of turning out
using his off-hours to visit army lamps at Westinghouse. while his
camps and hospitals with his broth- brother i8 employed by the C. V.
This 39-year-old assistant pro-
Jail Terms Ordered
For Theft of Beer
Carl Hilton Sweezey, 27, of
Reno, and Albert Jackson. 44.
er Wilbur and entertain the service-
men with a whistling act.
"My father taught me how to
whistle when I was a kid," Mr. Coli-
ovet explained "I was only 13 and
my brother 6 when we appeared on
lhe Keith circuit as n brother whist-
30-day juil terms and pay court, llng leani
costs after they pleaded guilty -We arc the only whistling 'team'
Circle 3 Hostess. Mrs. J. O. Hull. J. D. Rinderhagen, Mrs. Jesse
1011 South Barker avenue.
Ozmun, Mrs. Duard Barnes. Mrs.
Circle 4 Hostess, Mrs. George F. O True. Mrs Emma Floyd. Mrs, , son guard
„ _ T _. „„„ . , , Information Hied by William L.
Mrs. L. I. Fiscus was elected school term. _ , _ .. ____________
Funk. Canadian county attorney,
madam president of the Ladies Aux- | No one has been selected to fill charged the pair with theft of
iliary to the Fraternal Order of j any of these vacanc ies, Mr. Taylor two cases of beer from C. F.
Eagles at the meeting Monday In j said. Schuldt at El Reno on Apr 27
the Eagles hall.
Mrs. C. L. Duff presided over the
business meeting, at which time I
other officers were elected as fol- |
Mrs. Duff, junior past madam
president; Mrs. Florence-'Heitzman,
madam vice president; Mrs. Floyd
Sheets, madam chaplain; Mrs. Jess
Williams, madam secretary; Mrs
Earl French, madam treasurer: Mrs
Nye Severens. Mrs. Ernest Hodg- i
kinson and Mrs. W. C. Whitacre,
board of trustees; and Mrs Ray Wil-
GET OUR LOW PRICES!
Hill company helping produce refrig-
Men, Women! Old?
Get New Pep,Vim
Feel Years Younger
Don't blara© exhausted, worn-out. run-dowa
on your «««*. Thousand* amiuwl »tt what, a llttlo
pepping up with t*trr\ will do. Contain© general
tonus often needed by bodteataeklM ▼Itnjgun Bi.
91. hixe <4 times na many tablets) only •9r-„
Mk about the big tuonoy-aavlng Economy ewe
Don't bo old. Start (eottng poppy, younger, today.
At all good drug stores everywhere—
in El Reno, at Clown's Cut Rate.
Bell. 517 South Roberts avenue.
General Society of Woman's
Ruth Berkley. Mrs. W. V Matson.
Mrs. Glen Ricker. Miss Betty '
the First Presbyterian Burke Beckley. Mrs. Earl Botts.
Division 1. Meeting at 1:30 p.
m. Hostess, Mrs. G. C. Davis, 511
South Macomb avenue.
Division 2. Meeting at 2 p. m.
Hostess. Mrs. David Morgan, 308
South Williams avenue.
Division 3. Meeting at 1:30 p. m.
Mostess. Mrs. B M McGinley,
1037 South Hadden avenue.
Division 4 Meeting at 1:30 p. m.
Hostess, Mrs. w. C. King, 601
South Roberts avenue.
Ladies Auxiliary to the Brother-
hood of Railway Trainmen. Meet-
ing in Trainmen's hall.
Mrs. George LeVan, Mrs. C. M.
Brady, Mrs. Frank Smith. Mrs.
Sam Wallace. Mrs. W. E. Farley,
J P. Brigas.
Mrs. W. G
Mrs. Joe M.
Burge. Mrs. W.
E R. Halbach, Mrs. Effie
Members attending were Mrs. W. |
L. Leach. Mrs. Dan Siemens, Mrs. I
French, Mrs. Whitacre. Mrs. Thomas j
Harris. Mrs. Fiscus. Mrs. Omar i
Leach. Mrs. Ben Anderson. Mrs. |
Heltzman. Mrs. John Roblyer. Mrs. 1
L. N. Funk, Mrs. M. Patrick. Mrs. |
John O'Nan, Mrs. W W. Wilson, |
and Mrs. Hodgkinson.
Mrs. Vernie Niles, Mrs. Lou Pres- j
ton and Mrs. Patrick will serve as
a committee for the social meeting |
to be held May 10 at the Eagles hall.
* * *
The newlyweds left immediately f'on 111 1 P m Hoslf-s; M,s w w
for Fort Worth. Tex., where they LUtle' 120 North Admire aienue.
Will spend a few days. Later they
will make their home al Miami. Fla
* * *
MAURICE S. AISLEV II
IS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
Maurice S. Ausley II. son of Mr
Corlec. Mrs. J. L. Carter, Mrs. W'
R. Blanton. Mrs. Ed Schooley. Mrs.
A. P. Ballinger. Mrs. Henry C.
Coates, Mrs. W. K. Smith. Mrs
Claude W Cherry, Mrs, H. V
Tillinghast, Mrs. R. B Cobbs. Mrs
Malcom Phelps Mrs J N Rober- WEST WAY CLUB
son. Mrs. Fred O Barrett, Miss IS ENTERTAINED
Alice Paulsen. Mrs W. L. Leach. 1209 East Oak I
Mrs E R. WoodhoUse. Mrs street, was hostess to the West j
Alalheun class of the First Bap- \ George R. Angell. Miss Allte All- , Way club on Monday at which
tist church. Hostess at 2 p m. gell ol Dallas. Tex Mrs. W A > time Mrs W. R Mowre. president. |
Mrs. G W Timberlake, 1015 West Laughton Mrs. W. H Cobbs. Miss presided over the business meet-
Dindon street. Mary Ashbrook, Mrs. T. H. Ellison. ] ing.
T. L. F. club. Covered dish lunch- • Mrs Blanche © J S. | At bridge Mrs. W. I. Wyrick 11
Cormack. Mrs E. S. Cupp Mrs SCOred high and Mrs. A R Little |
Ora May Merveldt Mrs. 1. W scored second high Mrs. Ernest
Douglas. Mrs J W. Hodges. Mrs. Hodgkinson scored high at hearts
B E. Carder. Mi. Nora Eudes. and Mrs. Leach was second. Mrs.
Mrs. H P Ricketts. Mrs. R. L Mowre won the door prize.
Harper. Mrs. John Fitch. Mrs. B Attending were Mrs. Mowre. Mis.
F. Flynn, Mrs P L. Peacher. Mrs. Little. Mrs Edward Hamburger, |
Joel Harrison. Mrs Harry Garrett. Mrs. Wyrick and Mrs Hodgkinson.
Feav will be honored Mrs. Lit'ius Babcock, ji.. Mis. -
/TilUni-t klvg A P nil -
HERE ON FURLOUGH
Corporal Vernon C Lawrence, who j |
is stationed with the army air corps
at Kearns. Utah, is home on a 10- |
day furlough visiting his lostei
mother. Mrs. Laura McCain. 517
West Woodson street, and his broth-
ers. Loren Lawrence and Kenneth
Lawrence, who are storekeepers at
Tinker Field. Oklahoma City. Cor-
poral Lawrence, who received his
primary training at Sheppard Field.
Tex., recently was transferred to
Utah from Paterson. N. J.
Kenneth Lawrence, Oklahoma
City, was a week-end guest of Mrs.
Laura McCain, 517 West Woodson
Rev. W. M____ ___________
and Mrs. Maurice S. Ausley. 920 a^ a t.t.pgj()Ij aj [ b p First Christian Thompson Gilbert. Mi A C. Gi
South Hadden avenue, was honored churc.h a( „ p m thls evening when ben. Mr- A B Warner. Mr- Wil-
on his fourth birthday Monday aft- g varlpd program with greetings liam Maier.
ernoon when his mother entertain- frQm a„ departments of the church Mrs J O Hall. Mrs G. C.
ed a group of children at a party. W(U bt. presented Davis. Mrs F N Irving/ Miss
Spring flowers were used to dec- A„ members aIld fnends of the Adah Burge. Mrs Walter H. Boon,
orate the room and a color note of church are bemg invited to attend. Mrs. E G Harrison. Mrs. J. E.
pink and white appeared at the re-
freshment table which was centered
with a large birthday cake bearing
The hostess was assisted in the
hospitalities by her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Zora M. Ausley of Seagoville.
Tex., who has been a guest in the
Ausley home the past several days.
Children attending the party were
Jack Slaughter, Marsha Gale
Slaughter, Gene Slaughter. Thomas
Mohr Watson. Carolyn Lee Watson,
Jon Harle, Wayne Zimmerman, Sha-
ron Elaine Brandies. Pete Sturdi-
vant, Jean Dillingham. Donald Ray
Dillingham and Lilith Joan Schoon-
Adults present were Mrs. Gale
Rev. Feay, who was called in
March to the pastorate of the
church, and Mrs. Feay arrived in
El Reno Apr 29 from Enid where
he was pastor of Davis Park Chris-
tian church the past three years
He conducted his first services in
the local church last Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Feay are making
Kelso. Mrs. Walter H. Martin. Mrs.
C. C. Helm. Mrs. C. C Franklin,
Miss Jean Franklin. Mrs. &'. A.
Jackson. Mrs. E. V. Norman. Mrs.
L. B Krause. Mrs. C A. Jones,
Mrs. E. H Reynolds. Mrs. Ralph
Jones. Mrs Guy Hobgood. Mrs.
C. W .Wiggins. Mrs. P. W Shep-
herd. Mrs Edna Noblitt. Mrs. H G.
. . Keller Mrs J A Rinehart. Mrs.
U’'lr home in the church parsonage. | Vern,ce Bard Johnsoll. Mrs Jack
Rother. Mrs. Roy Kinkade, Mrs.
714 South Hoff avenue.
Tire new pastor has been in the j
ministry for 17 years. Before his
Enid pastorate he was pastor at
Memphis. Mo., for five years and
held pastorates in Iowa.
R. J. Crump, Mrs. J.-H. Craven,
Mrs. H. C Hight. Mrs. George
Purcell, Mrs. H B Lumadue. Mrs.
M P Kelly, Mrs T. J. Ball.
Mrs. J C Petree. Miss Margaret
A graduate of Phillips university petree Mrs w ,j Aycock. Mrs.
F H Morris. Mrs. Don Allison,
Mrs. Clyde Matthews. Mrs. Forrest
Nave, Mrs William W Baird of
Kaufman, Tex.. Mrs. Guy Lanman.
Mrs J H. Millwee. Mrs. Asa May-
field. Mrs H Albert Taylor, Mrs.
William Morton, Mrs. C. L. McGill.
! Mrs Ralph Gamble. Mrs. H E.
[ Merchant, Mrs. F A. Inge. Mrs.
I Roy Lewis, Mrs. Harry Donnellan,
i Mrs Herman Merveldt. Mrs. C. A.
, Mason. Mrs. Paul Mason. Mrs. P.
I b. Myers, Mrs. Vernon Sisney. Mrs.
at Enid Rev Feay holds the degrees
of bachelor and master of arts and
Slaughter. Mrs. Budge Harle and bachelor of divinlty from the
Mrs. Churchel W Zimmerman. school. He also has attended Drake
* * * university at Des Moines. Iowa. El-
LIEUTENANT VAN IIUSKIKK lswortli college at Iowa Falls. Iowa.
HONORED AT DINNER and the University of Iowa at Iowa
Mrs. William A King. 105 South City. _ , „ R
M avenue, entertained at a 1 o'clock He succeeds the bile Rev. M B
dinner Sunday in honor of her Pruigle. who^died Feb. 6.
nephew. Lieutenant Melvin Van
Buskirk. who was home on furlough. FEBRUARY WEDDING
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. DATE IS REY EALED
R. L. Brisinan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy mi\ and Mrs. J. O. Irwin, 417 3OVd Wilson. Mrs. Paul Strate.
Brisman. son. Leon, Mrs. Hugh north Macomb avenue, have an- \jrs. Seth Nation. Mrs. H. A. Haw-
Robinson. jr.. daughter, Karen n0uiiced the marriage of their | kills Mrs Forrest Allen.
Deannc. William A. King, son, Don- daUghter, Miss Imogene Irwin, to [ Mrs Alfred W Haun. Mrs. M.
aid Lee, and the honorec. staff Sergeant Edward Cox. jr.. son i B pnngie. Mrs. C. S Singleton.
Van Buskirk recently completed 0f \ir and Mrs Edward Cox. 1171 Mr., Vincent Harper Mrs. Charles
his training as air pilot and re- south Macomb avenue. j vamell, Mrs. Frank McClain, Mrs.
ceived his commission as lieute- , Vows were read at 9 p m peb 1 Billy Wilder. Mrs W J. Stoehr
' Mrs A D Taylor. Mrs W E
Allen. Mrs. R A. Deck. Mrs B.
M McGinley. Mrs. Arnold Sawal-
lisch. Mrs S N Vilrn. Mrs. Erwin
Waeger. Mrs R. W. Thom, Mrs.
FOR GOLF’GAMES The bride wore a blue street Otis Anderson. Mrs A E. Moulton.
Mrs. Flovd Leidy and Mrs. Tom length dress with copper accessories. Mrs Grace Smith. Mrs J. L. Tie- |
Sawyer will entertain the Ladies Attending the wedding were Mr. vathan. Mrs Grover Vaughn. Mrs
Golf club Wednesday at the El and Mrs. West. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I Wilfred Ward. Mrs. Don Walton, .
Reno Golf and Country club, with Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Lee. Mrs. J. H Wilson. Mrs. R. J. Price,
play scheduled to begin at 9:15 a Mr. and Mrs. H B Bane and Miss | Mrs Walter Bradley. Mrs. W S
Jj, Mildred Savage, all of Tulsa. Welden. Mrs. Fred Wewerka. It
Pairings in the championship Mrs. Cox will resign her position Earl Barnes and Mrs. A Fra.
flight arc Mrs. L. A. Garner. Mrs with the Douglas bomber plant in Prn^
Emerson Kelso. Mrs. C. A. Evans. Tu'mi on June 1. at which time she ...
and Mrs. R. V. Mordy; Mrs. H. C WM join Sergeant Cox to make
Brown Miss Betty Lou Rice and theu homc at Muskogee. 8eigeant
Mrs. R Revlllc. cox ,s stationed at Camp Gruber,
, ,, near Muskogee
In the A flight pairings are Mrs -
Webb Gilbert. Mrs. Robert Hilton
and Mrs. C. W. Drake; Mrs. P B
Myers. Mrs. Guy Hobgood and Mrs.
P. 8. Clason; Mrs. Paul Mason. Mrs.
Morris Mahoney and Mrs W M
Laughton; Mrs Marvin Chambers,
Mis. William J Schulte and Mrs.
nant at Lubbock. Tex. He depart- 13 ,n the home of Mr alld Mls 0
ed for Shreveport, La., Monday for L WPh, of Tulsa wjth Rev. E. E.
further training. Deardueff, pastor of a Baptist
* * * church in Tulsa, officiating at the
PAIRINGS ANNOUNCED double ring ceremony.
Closed Every Wednesday
UMAX BEAUTY SHOP
■ --ill 1 Hi I
Women who suffer SIMPLE
Tf lack of blood-iron makes you pale,
weak, "dragged out”—try Lydia Pink-
ham's tablets—one of the best and
, quickest home ways to help build up
j red blood to get more strength and
promote a more vigorous bloodstream-
in avch case?. Plnkham’s Tablets are
one ol th< gre «t bio d-iron tonics
I you can buy! Follow label directions.
• Soldiers are gelling a real
of "nature in lhe raw” on lhe in-
©ect-ridden batllefront*. But
thanks to FLIT and our other in-
secticides, the pests are getting
theirs too! Right in lhe. neck!
The army has found that these
famous insect-killers blast many
"heathen**pests, Ju^t as they knock
off many civilized insects al bouir.
FT.TT has the highest rating
established for household insecti-
cides by the National Bureau of
Mandards ... the A \ Rating. Why
don’t you light your
pests with FLIT?
Buy a bottle— today!
SiiU1!.1 (M Ml 1
"This Mother's day be sure to give her something useful. Always appreciated, it’s doubly impor-
tant these days of saving. We've a marvelous collection of useful, wearable gifts here. Smart
handbags, lovely hosiery, dainty neckwear, costume jewelry too. All priced at savings. (Service
men, we’ll help you choose the things she needs.)
“Never fails t«> tempi Mother—
clainty Ijtlle hankies! We’ve the
most heavenly handkerchiefs here.
Cobweh sheers, little laee.v love-
lies. delicate embroidered hand-
kerchiefs, flower - splashed and
“Sure to lie welcomed—lovely ray-
likes. Sturdy service weights, love-
ly leg flattering; uossamer sheers
—all fit perfectly—wear long with
■ ■$ ^
“A real treat for Mother—lovely
, costume jewelry to perk up her
on hose. Weve just the bind she sujjs> dresses—and her spirits too.
Exquisite simulated pearls, whim-
sical lapel pins and insignia pins,
she’ll flaunt proudly for her son
in the service.*’
* ‘Sweet seasoning for mother's
suits! Come take your pick from
lovely lace-trimmed collars, cuffs,
fresh face-framing gilets, jabots,
perky piques and crisp organdies.
Exciting boucle sweater dickies
too. All priced low.”
“So sensible—so lovely for Moth-
er's Day gifts! Galaxy of smart
gloves — wrist-lengths, pull-ons.
Choose from rieh-looking fabrics
—All wash fresh as new.”
“Rates first with Mother—a smart
new handbags. We’ve the newest
styles in wonderful fabrics, leath-
ers. Handsome handbags, pouches,
sturdy pigskin envelopes.
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