The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 50, No. 55, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 4, 1941 Page: 3 of 8
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Sunday, may 4,1941
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
Six Groups Convene For
Devotionals and Business
Society of Woman’s Work
Meets In Divisions
West Way club. Hostess, Mrs. j Regular meeting of the General
W. L. Leach, 1209 East Oak street. Society of Woman’s Work of the
Past Matrons club. Hostess.
Mrs. Charles Draper, Calumet.
Eagles auxiliary. Election of
officers In Eagles hall.
Meridian Parent-Teacher asso- j
ciatlon. Meeting at 2 p. in. in the !
Meridian school, south of El Reno, j
First Presbyterian church met
Thursday afternoon In divisions.
Division 1 met In the church
dining room for a covered dish
Mrs. E Worth Walter gave a talk
Monday Contract Players. Host-j on "Religion in the News."
Books of Isaiah and Solomon
veie studied by circles of the
Vomen’s Missionary union of the
ei^st Baptist church when they jess Mrs- B B Spears, north of j Miss Vida Kreger led devotional
net Thursday afternoon. E1 Reno j study, after which Miss Mary Alice
Plans were made for the Royal , Chlld„ Craf! StudL,club' »os- Marsh read "Evening Prayer" while
ieevlce program which will be en-i Mrs C A' Thomas' 1900 Miss Marcella Leonard played the
y.ed May 8 in the home of Mrs.
Eastern Star Study club. Reg-
ular meeting at 7:30 p. m. at the
Mrs. H. H.
:A Richards, 1100 South Hoff
vtlnue. Circles 2 and 3 will be
saistant hostesses and the Moon-
beam circle will have charge of the
Circle 1 met Thursday in the
tome of Mrs. O. L. Janeway, 1021
Sunset drive. Mrs. J. H. Bannister
Conducted a devotional period,
ftfr which the business session was
Mis. Harry Garrett had charge mYT U*iT Huff’ and
f the lesson.
tyrs. J. R. Daggs was a guest.
‘embers present included Mrs.
aimister, Mrs. W. E Bretz, Mrs.
rank Cornwell, Mrs. E'lwood Cox,
'is. Harry Garrett, Mrs. Bertha
oiAs. Mrs. C. E. Merveldt, Mrs.
•R. Siler and Mrs. Mildred
Mrs. Merveldt. 219 North Evans
venue, will entertain the group
t the next meeting, scheduled for
Cuvired Dish Lunch Featured
Mrs. I. W. Douglas served a
vet-ed dish luncheon to members
f circle 2 when they met in her
4ne, 620 South Macomb avenue.
Mrs. Everett Pooled was an ad-
Programs Are Enjoyed
By Four Circles
Miss Marie Antoinette Gerber,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Pete
Gerber, 600 North Rock Island ave-
nue. will become the bride of Jack
Members who attended the ses- I M' Wiewel of E1 Ren0’ 80,1 of Ml‘
sion were Mrs. Henry Behne. Mrs. I and_Mre; of.Klnl‘
C. W. Brush, Mrs
Chapter M of P. E O Hostess, c w Hn'.'h Mrs’^ R_ a Vales I fiaher at 8 a m Tuesday, May 20,
RarrkerWaven,r B°°n' 1002 Dona Hoffman. Miss Kreger!I *" thJ Sacred Heart Catholic church
Kreager, 533 South ^ L- McOiU.^ Mrs. B; M McClhiley, I---*
Ellison avenue, at 2:30 p. m. As-jMrs c S MacSwain' Mrs Lillie I #
Blatant hostesses. Mrs. j. h. Crain,'jo,nPklns’ Mrs- Walter' Mrs w“ i Marie Gerber To
fred Ward, Mrs. Phillip waters, I I
Mrs. G. A
Catholic Daughters of America.'
Mrs. A. V Crotzer and Mrs. Edna
I fc fn 11 «•£» n/ i.ltn
Maurer of Concho.
The next regular meeting is
scheduled for June 5. The hostess
Wed Jack Wiewel
__________ ___ _____ _ _________ Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gerber, 600
Election of officers in Knights of i announcedat a later date. jNorth **** Island avenue, have
Columbus hall. Mr^ Harrison Is Hostess j ann°unced the engagement and
Jolly Stitchers club. Hostess. Mrs. Mrs F' Q Har,.|son 714 Soutli aPi)roaching marriage of their
E A. Ruskoski, 824 South Had- Macomb avenue,* entertained mem-1 daug,htpr- Miss Marie Antoinette,
den avenue. ** — * —
J. C. L. club. Hostess, Mrs. John
Welter, west of El Reno.
Ibers of division 2.
to Jack M. Wiewel of El Reno,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
w A. Brown. . c.a.»!»0,ri;£c“ «B
Lemon, Mrs., L. M. Tucker and
Mrs. C. C. Fertlg.
Mrs. G. A. Hall of Okarche will
Mrs. W. J. White and Mrs. L. W
White, 314 South Evans avenue.
Jolly Eight Bridge club. Hostess.
Diyvotionals and a brief business iMrs T J CoX’ 500 8011111 Rob<“rts be hostess at the next meeting.
avpnup Dessert Is Enjoyed
Order of Rainbow for Girls.
Meeting in Masonic temple.
ssion furnished diversion for the
smalnder of the period.
MAs R M Musgrove and Mrs. L.
Krause were additional guests.
Members who attended the meet-
tig were Mrs. Charles Varnell, j
Lrs’ P. E Passwater, Miss Lillian
jliewir, Mrs Prank Smith. Mrs.
ilia Estes and Mrs. Kelly Barlow,
'rs. Passwater. 1012 South Hoff
veifue, will be hostess at the iiPXt
Mrs. Jackson Is Guest
Mrs. E. A Jackson, president of
j Mrs. M, Lee Phillips,
1 El Reno, served dessert
the bride-elect, officiating at the
Miss Gerber was graduated from
El Reno highschool in 1938. She
was a member of the Squaws pep
club and the Bonita Marica Cat-
ta literary society. She now is
D. Y W. Y K. club Hostess, j o’clock to members of division 3. employed at the Burger grill, but
Mrs E. A. Connors, 107 West Car-
son street. Election of officers.
Mrs. J. Hubert Smith and Mrs. j will discontinue her duties there
William Rhodyback were special j after her marriage.
Pour circles of the Woman’s
Society of Christian Service of
the Central Methodist church met
Members of the Adah Burge
circle met in the home of Mrs.
J. O. Hall, 1011 Soutli Barker
avenue. Assistant hostesses were
Mrs. J. M Slade, Mrs. T. W. Ra-
der and Mrs. M. I. Owen.
Guests were Mrs. G. W. Ben-
nett of El Reno and Mrs. Thomas
Fergus of Jamestown, N. D.
Mrs. J. M. Burge conducted the
devotionals and Miss Adah Burge,
chairman, • presided over the busi-
Mary Lou Canon gave two dra-
The rooms were decorated with
tulips and bridal wreath. On each
refreshment plate there were May
baskets made of lace doilies with
ribbon-entwined handles. The bas-
kets were filled with tiny cut
flowers of pastel shades.
The dining table was centered
with a bunch of honeysuckle and
tulips arranged in an attractive
Those present were Mrs. Carl
Whitlock, Mrs. O. E. Smith, Mrs.
Henrv Schwiebert, Mrs, • W. H
Schroeder, Mrs. E. H Reynolds,
Mrs. W E. Moreland, Mrs. J. E.
Mtnard. Mrs. L. A. McCullough.
Mrs. Elliard Hieb, Mrs. J. P.
Hampton, Mrs O, N. Oates, Mrs
W. H Gilbert, Mrs. H. W. Davis,
Mrs. Charles Forbes, Miss Lida
Dashiell, Mrs. Earl Coleman, Mrs.
C. P Clark, Mrs. Effie Corlee,
Mrs. L. P. Cooper, Mrs. Walter
H. Cobbs, Mrs. E. C. Canon, Mrs.
George Burge, Miss Burge and
Mrs. J. M Burge.
Mias Burge, 1101 South Barker
avenue, will entertain on June
5 with the assistance of her
mother. Mrs. George Burge
Mrs. Geery Entertains
Members of the Marie Kamm
circle met in the home of Mrs. L.
F. Geery, 320 South Roberts ave-
nue. Mrs. Richard B. Cobbs was
Mrs. C. A. Wagner conducted
devotionals and Mrs. Howard Col-
lins gave a review of two chap-
ters from the study book.
Refreshments were served to
Mrs. James Roberson, guest, Mrs.
George Bell, Mrs. Collins, Mrs.
Nancy Erbar, Mrs. H. N. Penney,
Mrs. Wagner, Mrs Neill B. Waldo.
Mrs. H. P. Williams, Mrs. Walter
Wilson, Mrs. J. E. Simmons and
Mrs. Leo Kamm. members.
The next meeting will be in
the home 0f Mrs. Wagner, 827
South Hadden avenue, with Mrs.
Bell as co-hostess.
Mrs. A. W. Hauser Assists
Mrs. W. B Cosgrove, 1015 Sun-
set drive, was hostess to. members
of the Nina Harvey circle with
the assistance of Mrs. A. W. Hau-
The meeting was opened wi ..
the Lord’s prayer repeated in
unison. Mrs. H. C. Coates had
charge of the Bible study from
the book, "Jesus and Social Re-
demption,’’ by John W. Shackford.
She reviewed the first chapter
"Through the Prophets to Jesus.”
Mrs. L. J. Miller and Mrs. R E
Hartronft assisted in the lesson
Mrs. R. D. Kmkade presided
over the business meeting.
During the social hour rerfesli-
ments were served to Mrs. W. P
Crites, Mrs. E A. Estes, Mrs. R.
F. Jones, jr.. Mrs. H. H. McNeill,
Mrs. W. E. Mosher and Mrs Fred
The next meeting will be June
5 in the home of Mrs. Crites, 320
East Wade street, with Mrs.
Mrs. Edgertun Is Hostess
Mrs. E. P. Edgerton entertained
members of the Ethel Jeffrey cir-
cle in her home. 903 Sunset drive,
with Mrs. Lacv Bennett and Mrs.
C. H. Seamands as associate hos-
Mrs. P. H. Morris conducted
devotionals from the 17th chapter
Mrs. E. H. Francis gave an ar-
ticle from the Progress magazine.
"What Religion Means to Me.”
Plans were made for a picnic
to be given in May for members
of the group and their families.
Others present were Mrs. Mau-
rice Ausley, Mrs. George Fore-
man, Mrs. F. N Irving, Mrs. E.
G. Jeffrey, Mrs. Clyde Matthews,
t Mrs. W. W. Mathews, Mrs. Les-
j ter Nicholson, Mrs. Arnold Sa •
wallisch, Mrs. William Vaughn
and Mrs E. L. Witcher.
The next meeting will be in the
! home of Mrs. W, W. Slaughter,
' 703 West Wade street, with Mrs.
: George Purcell and Mrs. Francis
j us co-hostesses.
| * * * *
MRS. EARL BARNES
! ENTERTAINS CLUB
| Mrs. Earl Barnes was hostess
| to members of the Wednesday
Players club in her home, 1099
South Ellison avenue, Wednesday
evening when additional guests
were Mrs. Rupert Fogg and Mrs.
In the bridge games, high score
favors for guests was presented
to Mrs. Duard Barnes, while the
club prize was received bv Mrs
Kenneth Kalbflelsch Others play-
ing were Mrs. Thompson Gilbert,,
Mrs. Marlon Hlgby, Mrs. Wetzel
S. Welden, Mrs. William J. Schulte
and Mrs Budge Harle.
Delightful refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostess at the close of
the bridge games.
* * *
ALATHIAN CLASS MEETS
WITT! MRS. PASSWATER
Mrs p. E. Passwater, 1012 South
Hoff avenue, was hostess Friday
to the Alathlan Sunday school clans
of the First Baptist churh. Mrs.
John Ballinger, Mrs. Frank Smith,
Mrs. C. K. Chase and Mrs. Tom
Harris were assistant hostesses.
I Additional Society on Page 31
After the business session Mrs.
C A Richards gave an interesting
talk about Dr. Allen Switzer, a
missionary in Africa.
During the social hour quilting
was the diversion. The quilt is
being made for the Baptist Or-
phans' home at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. J. H. Wilson was a guest
at the meeting.
Others present were Mrs. J. W.
Bayless, Mrs. G. W. Timberlake,
Mrs. Ike Rush. Mrs. C. P. Evans,
Mrs. E. G. Courtney, Mrs. Fred O.
Barrett, Mrs. W N. Parris, Mrs.
I. W Douglas, Miss Lillian Nievar,
Mrs. Lloyd Palmer and Mrs. J. D.
Why Furnish A
Meal for a Moth?
Don’t let your him len clothes and blankets
furnish summer food for mirths. Have them
dry-cleaned and placed In moth-proof hags
before you put them away.
EVANS and FALES
[guests at the meeting. Mr Wiewel attended Holy Trln-
FLOWER CLUB MEETS Mrs. Ralph Gamble led de- i Itv school at Okarche and now Is j
FOR INTERESTING STUDY votionals and Mrs Alfred W Haun employed bv the Buck Turner 1
Mrs. G A Streltenberger, 735 guve a very Interesting talk on her Motor company in El Reno
South Ellison avenue, was hostess travels in Rome. The couple will reside in El
Friday to members of the Tulip Mrs Emerson R Kelso played a IReno
unit of the Flower Oarden club. Piano solo. "Burning of Rome"; * * *
_________ i_________ _ Mrs. Clarence Peagin was a spe- Members present were Mrs. B D Ml’RPHY-LUSCHEN VOWS
te ’ Women’s Missionary union. cl‘d KUest at lhe mePtlng Ashbrook, Mrs Walter H Boon ARF. EXCHANGED MAY 1
as • a guest at the meeting of j ^rs Nancv Erl>ar gave a lesson Mrs T P Clifford. Mrs. Gamble. a May day event of interest was
rdf 3 when Mrs Howard Pump- on thp tpn <’°mri>a'ldnients of the Mrs. Thompson Ollbert. Mrs. Haun. the marriage of Miss Myrtle Lus-
irey, 811 West Wade street, was. 0WPr c*ud Mrs GeorKP Purcell Mrs. Richard B Cobbs and Mrs chen to Jerry Murphy in El Reno
ast#ss. Mrs. L. M Rourk was an
Members who were present in-
ndW Mrs B Hunt, Mrs. Prank
aylpr, Mrs. J. H Crain, Mrs. R.
Thomason, Mrs. R H. Crooks,
lrs.’ W. C. Elliott. Mrs. W J
oejir and Mrs, Joe Grant.
Mrs. Jackson presented the de-
tlonal study and Mrs Taylor
‘•charge of the lesson
Mrs. Crooks will entertain at lhe
ext meeting in her home. 615
)U»h Ellison avenue.
Clrrlr Meet* In Church
discussed iris. Kelso with Miss Vertle Mitchell of
Mrs W A. Duff read a poem. Mrs Boon. 1002 South Barker Bethany and the bride’s brother,
"My Garden," after which games avenue, will be hostess at the next Martin Luschen, of Oklahoma City,
of bingo were enjoyed Mrs O. O session jss attendants
Tollefson and Mrs Duff won prizes Mrs. Urs*n Reviews Him* Mrs Murphy, the dallghter of
Tlie refreshment table was cen
Mrs, Murphy, the daughter
w Shannon, 1119 SouthjM,. and Mrs. E. H. Luschen of
tered with a large bouquet of red Ellison avenue, was hostess to mem- Bannf„ altP1Kled E1 Rpno hi|rh.
verbenas. Earl, member was given bers of division 4. at which time fchoo, onp seniPstPr ln ]939 ghp
a small pot of red verbenas u a Mrs. T. M Aderhold conducted de- has P,np,oved at thp ^
favor votionals on the subject of "Mo- Lpp lavPrn. south of El Reno, the
lively refreshment* were served .her’. Day,” past two months and plans t0
to Mrs W E Bretz. Mrs W O Mrs. Jess Larson gave a book contlnUf her dulles there
Cooper, Mrs. Duff. Mrs Erbar. Mrs. review on "Childless Guy." 1
P. R Gaughorn, Mrs 1*0 Kamm, Present were Mrs Aderhold, Mrs . Mr. Murphy, son of Mrs. Hattie
Mrs. V. A Mount, Mrs Purcell. A. B. Canfield. Mrs. Don D. Cole •Murp*'y of Wmfleld- Kan • als0
attended El Reno highschool. He
has been employed ln Winfield the
past year, but has discontinued his
Mrs B B Spears. Mrs Tollpfson. Mrs. Robert T. Defenbaugh, Mrs.
W Fred Dodge. Mrs Ouy Hobgood.
Group singing opened the ses-!.
on* of circle 4 ln the church par-1 ^rs E *'• wl,<’d,'r' Mrs. W
; Jones and Miss Loutse Law. Mrs. J. A Johnson. Mrs. J. W
1 Tlie next regular meeting will Laird, Mrs Dir son and Mrs Harry I
1 be May 16 ln the home of Mrs, Morris
j Gaughorn. 820 8011th Ellison ave-
rs. Alva Johnson led devo
wills and Mrs C F Evans pre-
nted the lesson study.
Mrs. Carl McCain presided over
e 'business session
Mrs. Larson. 709 South Macomb
• * *
Members present were Mrs. R A.' "OTHER DAUGHTER
utklns. Mrs McCain. Mrs Altec | B^,TKT ARRANGED
arte Mrs Johnson. Mrs. O W
Plans are being completed
The newlyweds will make their
home in El Reno.
* * *
SEW AND SO CLUB
Mrs. Henry Oirard, 249 North
N avenue, was hostess Friday to
members of the Sew and 80 club,
avenue, will entertain at, the next
* * *
MRS. SNODGRASS IS
for GUEST OF MU GAMMA CHI
urlon, Mrs" IjrRoy Pennvbaker, I t*’P ,hlrd u,inuttl '"other-daughter Mrs William Snodgrass was a
rs’ W I. Van Waggoner Mrs ' banquet at the First Christian guest at tlie meeting Friday of Mu nt wldch llmP n^dlewoik was the
ichurch on Tuesday evening. May Gamma Phi in the home of Mrs inversion
rs C C Heim and Mrs Frank i® Lawrence Chappell, southwest of El The next meeting will be May
The colonial motif will be fea- Reno 17 *n the home of Mrs. Charles
TP*, next meet in? will l>e in 1 l"rp(l ln ,he decorations. An ln- In games of bridge Mrs. Don Kehrer. 804 South Ellison avenue.
t„, |, | terestlng program Is being arranged Dresser, Mrs. George Walch and ~
(.|rp|p ||aM (jUPS(,, I Oifts will be presented to the Mrs. Paul Dresser won prizes.
Mrs. George Wilson and Mn.icW**t and vmmgest mothers pres- Others present were Miss Ruth
Vawter wen* guests ol circle |, nt Bunnell, Mrs. Walter Evans. Mrs.
In the home of Mrs u E Car- i A 1 mother* #nd in El Johnny Lorenzen, Jr., Mrs William
YOU'LL FIHD THIS FORD 4 HARD CAR TO BEAT!
503 South Williams avenue,
Reno are being. Invited. Reservations Lorenzen and Mrs Erie O'Nan.
.which time Mrs Carder led ma<1p wl,h Mr* Harvey In a fortnight Mrs. Paul Dresser,
O. Dozier before 10 a. m. Monday, 915 West Woodson street, will en- j
votionals., ■ ■
Mis J W Hodges presided ovcrjMliV S'
e t lesson period
Members present were Mrs
es. Mrs. J. W Pnxxon, Mrs
L. Stevenson. Mrs Jack Met-
lf.* Mrs, Jess Smith, Mrs B W
lepborer. Mrs Elmer King and
rs. J. E Stnrdevant.
Mrs J T Wllllnghnm, 1204 West
ade street, will entertain nt the
x! tegular meeting
Moonbeam Clrrle Convenes
Nirs A G Cash presented the
■njwi to members of the Moon-
um circle ln the church parlors.
Mrs J. C. Jewell gave devotionals.
er the group repented the wntrli-
nose present were Mrs S D.
timer, a guest, Mrs R C. Bock-
=wlcz, Mrs. Oeorge Woods. Mrs.
O Harrell, Mrs Enrl Scarlett,
Cash, Mrs. T K Little, Mrs
Ownby. Mrs. C, Taylor. Mrs
• C. Ellis and Mrs, Jewell,
lewlie Chappell, 1217 West
tide street, will entertain at the
NO DOWN PAYMENT
&DOGH BONE BY TRAIN
ORDWAY, Oolo., — (U»-Fkln. a
-jrear-old mongrel, goes to the
road station every night a few
nutes before a Missouri Pacific
ytenger train streaks by A train
ef tosses a bone out the window.
io srrambles for It and goes
ky to laaat upon his Pullman
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