The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 202, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1951 Page: 3 of 12
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Thursday, October 25,1951
Reno '(Okla.T Dally Tribune
Canasta Club Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Barle Penwrlght,
southeast of El Reno, entertained
the Canasta club Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Floyd Hefptann, Theo Seikel
and Earle Penwrlght were honored
on their birthday anniversaries dur-
ing the party with a shower of
birthday gifts. A birthday cake dec-
orated In brown, green and white,
centered the refreshment table. An
Ice course was served by the hosts.
Guests other than the members
were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jensen,
Mrs. Emery Whitacre and Mrs. Bob
Rainey and children, Barbara and
Members present were Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Knox and daughter,
Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Selkel,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hofmann and
The next meeting will be Nov. 7
with Mr. and Mrs. Hofmann, south-
west of El Reno.
* * *
LTL Club Meeting
Held Tuesday Afternoon
The LTL Star of Love club met
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. C. T.
Bradney, 505 West Owen, for their
Delpha Calvert gave the devo-
tional. The program was presented
by Melba Niles, Dorene Duncan
and Miss Calvert.
Members present were Fay Paul.
Miss Calvert, Miss Duncan and
Miss Niles. Patricia Roberts was a
guest for the meeting.
A Halloween party was planned
for Monday night.
The younger group of the LTL
club met Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs. Bradney:
Gene Calvert led the worship
service and sang "For God So
Loved the World." The program
was entitled "Telling a Lie by
Keeping Still." Doris Calvert and
Jean Calvert served refreshment.',
at the close of the meeting.
Members attending were Nancy
Kessler. Patty Calvert. Jean Cal-
vert, Oayla Niles and Melba Jo
*. * *
Gift Exchange Planned
By Embroidery Club
Names were drawn for the Christ-
mas gift exchange when the Pris-
cilla Embroidery club met Wednes-
day afternoon with Mrs. William V.
Matson. 715 South Williams.
Mrs. J. D. Riodcrhagen. vice pres-
ident, presided during the business
meeting. Needlework furnished the
entertainment for the afternoon.
Guests other than the members
were Mrs. James P. Hampton. Mrs,
Fred Hampton and Mrs. Forrest
Members present were Mrs. Wil-
liam C. Maler, Mrs. Sam H. Brown,
Mrs. Elmer E. Brown, Mrs. J. O.
Hall, Mrs Henry Behne. Mrs. I. N.
Wilson, Mrs. Rlnderhagen and the
Mrs. Behne, 1017 South Macomb,
will entertain the club Nov. 7.
* * *
Coronation Slated At
Webster School Event
The king and queen of Webster
school will be crowned during the
"Halloween Big Show” at 7:30 p. m.
Friday at the school. The show Is
sponsored by the Webster school
Candidates arc Joy King. Jamie
Dennis. Vernon Taylor and Lonnie
Palmer, first grade; Frances Potts
and Stanley Owen, second grade:
Betty Bee Dennis and Paul Winslow,
third grade; Kay Frances Wilson
and David Cordray, fourth grade;
Florence Chadwick and LeRoy Wag-
ner, fifth grade; Linda Minton and
Gwyn Vaughn, sixth grade.
The winners will be selected by
the room selling the most tickets
to the show.
• • •
Mrs. Jones Is Hostess
To DYWYK. Members
Mrs. W. P. Williams was a guest
for Wednesday's meeting of the
DVWYK club. Mrs. R. F. Jones was
hostess in her home at 113 South
Roll call wns answered with
"Helpful Hints" and needlework wns
the diversion for the afternoon. Re-
freshments were "served by the
hostess assisted, hit* Mrs. Williams.
Members present were Mrs. Sam
Freeman. Mrs. Florence Spears, Mrs.
R. J. Price, Mrs. Mildred Stevenson,
Mrs. J. O. Roberts. Mrs. H. A. Smith,
Mrs. Steve Lucus, Mrs. C. E. Welden,
Mrs. Ora Mae Mcrvcldt. Mrs. Lee
Harmon and the hostess.
Mrs. Lucus, 100 South Macomb,
will entertain the club on Nov. 7.
Every Woman's Bible class of the
First Christian church. All-day
meeting at the church.
Past Noble Grand's club. Host-
ess, Mrs. Carl Wagner, 402 South
Ladles Auxiliary to the Order of
Railway Conductors. Meeting at
IOOF hall at 2:30 p. m.
Leisure Hour club. Hostess, Mrs.
Leo Kamm.811 South Ellison. Meet-
ing at 2 p.m.
Annual Juliette Low Silver Tea.
For Girl Scouts, mothers and pa-
trons at Rose Witcher school from
2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Jaycee Jaynes. Meeting at Lin-
coln school at 7 p. m. Social for
members and their husbands.
Eagles auxiliary. Meeting at the
Eagles hall at 6:30 p. m. Fifth
Monday covered dish dinner.
EH Reno Study club. Hostess. Mrs.
Thomas M. Aderhold, 405 South
How Can I?
Indian Music Is
Studied by Club
The Damrosch Music club met
Wednesday morning in the home of
Mrs. Ernest Ewing, 718 South Ma-
comb. The program was entitled
"American Indian Music."
Mrs. E. A. Jackson played two
piano numbers. They were "Ghost
Dance" iMenomee) and “Love
Song" (Crowt. both arranged by
Philipp. Two vocal solos were pre-
sented by Miss Louise Spears, en-
titled "Her Blanket" (Navajo) and
"Love Song" (Red Willow Pu-
eblos), arranged by Lleurance. Miss
Spears was accompanied by Mrs.
Frank Evans at the piano.
“Prayer to the Rain God" (Crow),
arranged by Philipp, was a piano
number presented by Mrs. Paul
Liebmann, and Mrs. Norman
Schroeder sang "Fallen Leaf"
iLogan i. She was accompanied by
Miss Clarice Jo Imboden.
A trio composed of Mrs. W. B.
Blanton, Mrs. James Rinehart and
Mrs. R. K. Hardy sang "From the
Land of the Sky Blue Waters"
<Cadman), and they were accom-
panied by Mrs. Albert Houle, Jr.
Miss Imboden accompanied Mrs.
Earl Nnnn when she sang "The
White Dawn Is Stealing" ilriquois)
and "Far Off I Hear a Lover’s
Flute" (Omaha), both by Cadman.
Mrs. R. W. Davis and Mrs. V. H.
Relschc were soloists during the
chorus' presentation of "W1 Um"
arranged by Lleurance. Mrs. A. W.
Hauser was accompanist.
The next meeting will be Nov.
14 with Mrs. John DeLana, 800
South Macomb. Latin American
Music will be the title of the pro-
* * *
Planned by Elks
El Reno Elks lodge will open its
fall and winter social program with
an "apron and overall" party Sat-
urday evening in the Elks home.
Joe W. Maxey. entertainment com-
mittee chairman, announced today.
Halloween decorations will be
featured nnd, In addition to danc-
ing in the ballroom, various games
will be provided for the evening s
Members, wives and out-of-town
guests will lie welcomed from 7:30
on. Maxey said, with a door prize
to be nwurried at 8:15 p. m.
Thursday evening, Nov. 1, Elks
will gather for a stag dinner at
the Home to be followed by lodge
meeting and initiation. District
Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Tem-
ple Benbrook of Woodward, will
be guest of honor at this meeting
and will deliver a brief address.
The meeting will be the local ob-
servance of the birthday of Howard
R pavis, grand exalted ruler of
the Elks, which is being celebrated
that night by Elks lodges through-
out the United 8tates.
* * *
Cro-Tat-Em Club Meets
With Mrs. D. D. Davison
The autumn theme was carried
out in all appointments when the
Cro-Tat-Em club met Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. D. D. Davison.
801 South Morrison.
The afternoon was devoted to
sewing and refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Members present were Mrs. Alfred
Plaut. Mrs. Jim Wright and daugh-
ter, Donna Sue. Mrs. Emery Whit-
acre, Mrs. Mae McCabe and daugh-
ter. Sharon, and the hostess.
The next meeting will be Nov. 14
with Mrs. C. L. Everett, 100 North
Of El Reno
Girl Scout Troop 6 of Irving
school visited the fire station dur-
ing their meeting Monday after-
noon. The girls inspected the fire
trucks and were shown the resus-
cltator and the siren was demon-
Members making the trip were
Kay Hayward, Patsy Barrett, Char-
lotte Long, Marian Pawpa, Lorene
Big Eagle, Tressie Welliver, Joyce
Jackson, Janice Scott, Mrs. Arthur
Wage, leader, and son, George,
and Mrs. Gordon Snodgrass, assist-
Invitations were made for their
mothers to the Juliette Lowe Silver
Tea when Troop 10 of Central
school met in the home of their
leader, Mrs. Glenn Oneth, 321 West
Members reported on tnelr cookie
orders and they learned a singing
Officers for the troop are Betty
Bartlett, president; Marvcne Sand,
vice president: Doreen Duncan,
secretary and treasurer, and Karen
Members present were Judy
Davis. Doreen Duncan. Patricia
Robertson, Betty Bartlett, Karen
Oneth and Marvene Sand.
Second class badges were discuss-
ed during Tuesday's meeting of
Troop 13 of Central school when
they met in the home of their
leader, Mrs. Henry Schumacher.
705 South Bickford.
Plans were made for a Halloween
party to be held Oct. 30.
Members present were Lynda
Ward. Barbara Anderson, Carolyn
Shepherd, Gayle Ryle, Gayla Niles.
Barbara Thompson, Donna Jean
Miller. Patsy Oldfield. Joyce Vie-
weg, Carol Ann Schumacher. Anita
Bartlett, Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, as
sistant leader and Mrs. Schu-
Girl Scout Troop 30 met Wed-
nesday afternoon in the home of
Mrs. M. C. Hoard, 809 South Duane
for their regular meeting.
The group hemmed tea towels,
discussed the Girl Scout cookie sale
and learned a hiking song. Judy
Oholston, president, conducted the
meeting. Carolyn Goad called the
roll in the absence of the secretary
and dues were collected by Mar-
guerite Hoard, treasurer.
Members present were Marguer-
ite Hoard, Carolyn Goad, Velvn
Smirl. Patricia Calvert, Judy Reml.
Sherry Rogers. Patsy Entrekin,
Carol Durham. Karen Dorman.
Marilyn Shaw. Judy Oholston. Mrs.
H. D. Goad, assistant leader and
* * *
TMTM Club Meets With
Mrs. John Bomhoff
The TMTM club met Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. John Bomhoff,
south of El Reno.
Ouests were Mrs. Warren Davis
and son. Larry.
The afternoon was devoted to
sewing and a dessert course was
served by the hostess. Mrs. W. L.
Davis was awarded the contest prize.
The next meeting will be Nov. 14
with Mrs. Davis, north of El Reno.
Mildred Wolf, Phillip Brueggen
Wed Oct. 24 in Oklahoma City
Before an altar banked with
white chrysanthemums, gladioli
and palms, Miss Mildred Wolf,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
W. Wolf. Oklahoma City, became
the bride of Phillip Brueggen, son
of Mrs. Ben Brueggen, Okarche,
and the late Mr. Brueggen, at 9
o'clock Wednesday morning in the
Sacred Heart Catholic church in
Rev. S. F. Luecke performed the
Joseph Scholtes played the tradi-
tional wedding marches and ac-
companied Mrs. Joseph Scholtes
who sang "Mother At Thy Feet
We re Kneeling." "Ave Maria” and
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose a dress of ivory
satin fashioned with a fitted bod-
ice and a sweetheart neckline out-
lined with Chantilly lace. The full
skirt extended into a cathedral-
She wore a Juliet cap of net
trimmed with lace and seed pearls,
attached to a fingertip-length veil
of illusion. Her bouquet was of
white glamelias and tube roses
showered with white streamers.
Mrs. Betty Krittenbrink, Okarche.
served her sister os matron of
honor. Her dress of gold satin was
fashioned with a fitted bodice and
bertha collar forming cap sleeves.
The floor length skirt was very full
at the back featuring a bustle de-
She wore mitts of matching ma-
terial nnd her headdress was a
halo of satin with a shoulder-
length veil of matching net. She
carried a bouquet of bronze chry- 1
Bridesmaids were Miss Mary
Ann Wolf. Oklahoma City, cousin
of the bride, and Mrs. Arthur An-
nuschat. Okarche, sister of the
bridegroom. They wore dresses of
deep aqua satin fashioned identi-
cally to that worn by the matron
of honor. Their bouquets were of
Herbert Wolf, brother of the
bride, was best man for Mr. Brueg-
gen and ushers were Don Wolf and
Elmer Wolf, brothers of the bride,
and Arthur Annuschat. Jr., Okar-
che, a brother-in-law of the bride-
For her daughter's wedding. Mrs.
Wolf chose a taupe gray crepd
dress accented with purple acces-
sories. Mrs. Brueggen wore a
brown c'.epe dress with brown and
green accessories. Both mothers
wore corsages of gladioli.
A wedding dinner was served at
noon for the wedding party and
members of the immediate families
in the home of the bride's parent?
At 8 o’clock Wednesday evening, a
reception and dance was held at
the Czech hall in Yukon. Miss
Margaret Wedman, niece of the
bridegroom, registered the guests.
For traveling, the bride chose a
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made"!-Winnin* thousands of ■wffa.rer.
gray suit with gray and red ac-
Mr. and Mrs. Brueggen will make
their home on a farm east of
Mrs. A. W. Hopkins, 414 South
Barker, left Wednesday evening lor
a visit in the home of her daugh-
ter, Mrs. H. J. Butterly, and Mr.
Butterly in Oklahoma City.
ART PROGRAM SCHEDULED
A program on art will be pre-
sented when the El Reno Study
club meets Monday with Mrs.
Thomas M. Aderhold, 405 South
Williams. Mrs. Seth Nation and
Mrs. Aderhold are in charge of
the program. Assistant hostesses
are Mrs. Guy Lanman and Mrs.
J. E. Prentice of Santa Ana,
Calif., was an overnight guest
Wednesday in the home of Murray
A. Ashbrook, 1001 South Hoff. Mr.
Prentice and Mr. Ashbrook were
schoolmates in Hebron, Neb.
Q How is the public announce-
ment of an engagement made?
A. This should be made by the
parents of the bride-elect, and is
done intimately by note, and pub-
licly through the newspapers, and
verbally to friends individually or
collectively. Engraved announce-
ments are not correct.
Q. What should a hostess do when
a caller brings her a box of flowers?
A. After expressing her sincere
thanks, she should arrange the
flowers immediately In a vase of
water and display them prominently.
Q. Should a pitcher, or any other
receptacle with a handle, always be
passed to a person with the handle
towards that person?
A. Yes, always.
Through error, our regular
auction advertisement was
run In Wednesday's Daily
Q. llow can I make a dry sham-
A. Orlnd a little cornmeal as fine
es possible and add a small quantity
of pulverized orris-root. Sprinkle
this well over the scalp. Let It re-
main for a few minutes, and then
brush out thoroughly.
Q. How can I give a glazed ap-
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A. Use a pastry brush and paint
over the crust with cream, or with
beaten egg and water. Then bake
In a hot oven for 20 to 30 minutes,
according to the contents of the
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