The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 202, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1951 Page: 2 of 12
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Thursday, October 25, 1951
About Home Folks
Will Shlrgley of Clarksville, Ark.,
was a guest Wednesday in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Brown,
414 South Rock Island.
Mrs. D. P. Kltzmiller, Mrs. Effie
Kitzmiller, Mrs. Ed Williams and
son, Randy, Mrs. Bob Kitzmiller
and daughter, Lynn, and Mrs. M. H.
Hlnricksen spent Tuesday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Chil-
ders in Edmond.
Mrs. James T. Riley, Mrs. Hadyn
J. Davis, Mrs. Hadley C. Brown
and Mrs. Joseph O. Kearney attend-
ed the annual registration luncheon
and recital by Polyna Stoska given
by the Ladies Music club at the
Oklahoma City Qolf and Country
club Wednesday in Oklahoma City.
Jack Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Albert Taylor, 1209 South Ma-
comb, has been elected vice presi-
dent of the Lambda Chi Alpha
fraternity in Oklahoma City. He
also serves as huuse manager and
Mrs. John Domke and daughter,
Jacqueline, 1021 South Ellison, will
have as their week-end guests, their
sister and aunt, Mrs. Carol Harris,
Mr. Harris and children. Karen,
Kathy and Debrah, of Boulder,
Colo. The group will uttend the OU-
Colorado university football game
in Norman Saturday atfernoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Birdsong of San
Angelo, Tex., urrived in El Reno
Thursday morning, called here by
the critical illness of her sister, Mrs.
M. Patrick, 107 South Hoff, who
underwent major surgery at the El
Reno sanitarium Wednesday.
O. W. Timberlake, 1015 West
London, attended the Oklahoma
Realtors convention at the Biltmore
hotel in Oklahoma City Wednes-
day and Thursday. R. A. Bruce,
1106 South Hoff, attended the din-
ner and meeting Wednesday eve-
Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Hollings-
worth and daughter, Susan, U08
South Miles, returned Wednesday
evening from a two-week vacation
spent in New Mexico and Colorado.
They were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frazer E. Kemp and Mr. and Mrs.
Ouy Hobgood while in Dulce, N M.
During their stay there, Dr. Hol-
lingsworth went on a deer hunt.
H. Merle Woods, 1011 South Elli-
son, was also a member of the
party. The Hollingsworths visited
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Phillips in
Golden, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert A. Mulloucc in Alamosa.
Colo. The Kemps und Hobgoods
formerly lived tn Concho und the
Phillips and Mallonees are former
El Reno residents.
—Photo by Powell-Owen Studio
Edna Mae Baker
MISS EDNA MAE BAKER.
assistant Canadian county
home demonstration agent, has
been a resident of El Reno since
She was Dorn at Guthrie, and
received her higher education ut
Helena Junior college and Okla-
homa A. and M. college, Still-
For five years, before coming
here, she taught school at Buek-
lin, Kan., and is a member of
Kappa Phi, the American Asso-
ciation of University Women,
supervisor of intermediate NY PS,
a member of the Church of the
Nazarene, where she is a Sunday
school teacher. In addition, she
is Supervisor of county 4-H and
home demonstration clubs.
Miss Baker's hobby is vocal
music, and she is a member of
her church choir.
She lives at 201 North Burker.
UN Week Pageant
Held by BPW Club
Better understanding of the wo-
men in other countries and of their
problems was emphasized in the
United Nations week pageant pre-
sented by the international rela-
tions committee of the El Reno Bus-
iness and Professional Women’s
club, Tuesday evening, in the home-
making department of the high-
Participating in the pageant were
Mrs. Garland Etheridge, Mrs. Gladys
Benson, Mrs. Franklin Gustafson,
Miss Willa Dean Nicholson, Miss
Glen Evelyn McCarty, Mrs. B. E.
Carder. Mrs. A. D. Lynn, Miss Hope
Wood, Mrs. T. V. Powell, and Mrs.
Sam Tltterington, with Mrs. L. A.
Garner as narrator. Accordion mu-
sic wus furnished by Mrs. Earl
A report on the program planning
conference, held in Norman Oct. 16
for the purpose of assisting groups
to make plqns for a program that
would best suit the needs of the
members, was given by Mrs. J. Ira
Jones, the BPW club representative.
Announcement was made that the
tenth district conference would be
held in Norman, Nov. 3-4.
Guests for the evening were Mrs.
Titterington and Mrs. Jaassen.
James Clifton Ruy, 19. and Shir-
ley Gaumer, 18. both of Oklahomu
Edward Stejskul to Edward Stejs-
kal and Tillie Stejskul. Part of
Lloyd Palmer. Helen Palmer,
Clyde R. Muxey and Ruth Maxey
to Floyd Palmer. Part of 34-13-7.
Clara Phillips to Melvin H. Smith.
Lot 17. Phillips-Leavltt NW 10th
Street addition. Part of 35-12-5.
Clara Phillips to Glenn If. Smith
und Elizabeth Smith. Lot 16,
Phillips-Leavltt NW 10th Street
addition. Part of 35-12-5.
Lesson in English
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED: Do
not say, "He selected whomever
raLsed his hand.” Say, "He selected
whoever raised his hand.”
OFrEN MISSPELLED: Gym-
nasium; observe the s, pronounced
SYNONYMS: Variable, change-
able, mutable, alterable, uttering.
WORD STUDY: "Use a word
three times and it is yours.” Let
us increase our vocabulary by mas-
tering one word each day. Today’s
word: DISPARITY; state of being
dissimilar; difference. “It is unfor-
tunate when a husband and wife
have a disparity in tastes."
BOY—Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loyall,
608 East Woodson, are the parents
of a son, born Wednesday in the
El Reno sanitarium. The baby
weighed eight pounds, 14 ounces.
BOY—Mr. and Mrs. Dale Aber-
nathy, 412 North Bickford, are the
parents of a son, Ronald Dale, born
today in the sanitarium. The baby
weighed eight pounds, 12 ounces.
Mrs. Earl Nunn, 201 North Moore,
entered the Laughton clinic today
for major surgery.
Mrs. Nellie Epperley, 121 North
Keith, entered the El Reno sanitar-
ium Wednesday for major surgery.
Mrs. A. K. Bulrd, 1216 West
Wade, entered the sanitarium Wed-
nesday for medical treatment
Mrs. B. R. McCain, 200 South
Williams, and daughter, Janis Lynn,
born Oct. 11 in the sanitarium,
were dismissed Wednesday.
Problem a Day
A man spent $26 for a sport coat,
$6 for a hat. borrowed $12, then
spent $4 for socks, and had $10
left. What did he have at first?
$34. Add 26, G and 4; subtract
10 from 12; subtract 2 from $36.
TO IMPROVE HOME
A building permit for construction
of an addition to the residence at
1518 South Jensen, at a cost of
$1,000, has been Issued to O. L.
Pinkston, according to records in
the office of City Clerk Ethel
Last Times Tonight
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 202, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1951, newspaper, October 25, 1951; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921535/m1/2/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.