The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 172, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 19, 1943 Page: 3 of 8
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Sunday, September 19, 1943
El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Mr. and Mrs. B J. Ellcrd of
Enid, formerly of El Reno, have
announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter. Miss Dortha. to Ken-
neth Qulmby, son of Mr and Mrs
Joe Quimby. 1220 South Hadden
The wedding will take place this
week in El Reno.
Miss Ellerd was graduated from
El Reno highschool last spring
She was a member of the Pepetts,
vice president of Phllalathean so-
ciety. a member of the National
Honor society and secretary of the
senior class. /"*”
Mr. Quinybyf who also was grad-
uated from highschool here last
spring was a letterman lr\ foot-
ball'and basketball. He was a
/Tiember of the Forum debating
.society, the Letterman’s club and
the Hi-Y. He was selected as stu-
dent Kiwanian in his senior year.
He now is employed by the El
Reno Poultry and Egg company.
1 but. will deoart Sent 27 to begin
training with the army air forces.
* * *
Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Central Methodist
church convened Thursday at the
church for a regular business meet-
Mrs. Jess Bulge led the devo-
tional period on "Following
Christ's Way of Service.” The
Scripture was on Mark. Matthew
and John. *
Mrs R. W Davis sang a solo,
• Lord I Give Myself to Thee ”
The grotto was addressed by Dr
Wesley C. Davis, Instructor In the
school of religion at Southern
Methodist university, Dallas, Tex.
Dr. Davis' subject was the gospel
Members present at the meeting
were Mrs E O. Smith. Mrs. W. K
Smith, Mrs Rov Eichor. Mrs. W.
E Mosher. Mrs J E Minard, Mrs
Edna Corlee. Mrs R D. Kinkade.
Mrs. Davis. Mrs H. Schweibert,
Mrs. Eva L. Wolf. Mrs. T R. Mus-
t rave. Mrs. Millie McDonald. Miss
Adah Burge, Mrs. Clyde Matthews
Mrs. 3 M Yates, Mrs. W. W
Mathews. Mrs. E. G. Jeffrey, Mrs.
Burge. Mrs. E A Estes. Mrs F L.
Morris. Mrs. R, F Jones, sr.. and
Rev. Golden F Shook.
* * *
HU M) TABLE ('l l R
MEETS AT PARK
Round Table study club met at
Legion park Thursday afternoon
for a short business session and
Mrs. W. H McKee was elected
secretary upon the resignation of
Mrs. James Barber, who is moving
out of town.
Members enjoying the lovelv
picnic included Mrs. B. V Nor-
man. Mrs M P McCabe, Mrs
Barber. Mrs L. B Krause. Mrs
MrKee, Mrs. H M. Horton. Mrs.
W G Bvrd. Mrs. J. P Briggs. Mrs
John Ferguson. Mrs. C. C. Yant.
Mrs A. E. Bogan. Mrs. R K. Wor-
sham. Mrs. F H Mever and Mrs.
One guest. Mrs. Hattie McCabe
of Sedgwick. Kan., also was pres-
Miss Carolyne Blanche Whitney,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E
Whitney of the El Reno reforma-
tory. became the bride of Lieu-
tenant C. W. Nottingham, son of
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd R. Notting-
ham. of Sullivan, 111., at 3 p. m.
Sept. 9 in the parsonage of the
I First Christian church at Sulll-
I van. Rev William A. Askew of-,
Fraternal j The bride was attired in a gold
•t--< wool crepe dress with honey brown
Ladies Auxiliary to
Order- of Eagles. Business -meet
ing In Eagles hall. j accessories
Philathea society of the First i Only members of the immediate
Methodist church. Hostess, Mrs. family attended the ceremony.
L. W. Wright. 200 North Barker Mrs. Nottingham was graduated
avenue, at 8 p m. rrom gj Reno highschool with the
TUESDAY class of 1942. She was a member
B. E. C. club. Hostess. Mrs O. of the National Honor society, Bo-
O. Tollefson, 830 South Ellison nlta Marlca Catta literary society,
O. O. F hall
Meeting in I.
Squaw pep jclub and the Future
Homemakers cf Oklahoma
Prior to her marriage, Mrs Not-
Needlecraft club Hostess. Mrs t‘n*h?m was employed by the
320 North Choc-
Douglas Aircraft company in Okla-
The bridegroom was graduated
from Sullivan highschool in 1938
He enlisted in the ground forces
of the army air corps and later
transferred to aviation cadet train-
ing. He received his primary
flight training at Cimarron Field,
W. S. Minnick
D. Y. W. Y. K club. Hostess
Mrs. H. L. Bethard. 1048 South
American Legion auxiliary Meet-
ing in Legion hall.
Ladies' Golf club. Hostesses, his basic flight training at Garden
Mrs. E. R. Kelso and Mrs. John C. City, Kan . and his advanced flight
Kerin Qualifying rounds for an- training at Pamoa, Tex., where he
nual ladies' golf championship1 received his commission and wings
tournament. in August. He Is stationed tempo-
Altrulstlc Sunday school class of ,arilV «* Dod*p City, Kan where
(he First Methodist church Pot- he u receiving additional training
luck dinner at the church Hosts.
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Hey, Mr and RFTA SIGMA PHI
Mrs Asa Johnson RESUMES MEETINGS
Beta Sigma Phi members held
RFLIEF CORPS has their first fall meeting at the
.ALL-DAY SESSION home of Miss Katherine Lodes. 121
Women's Relief corps convened North Admire avenue. Tnursdav
with Mrs. Cora Dungan. 206 North evening.
E3 Reno avenue, for an all-day During the short business ses-
meetlng and covered dish lunch- slon Miss Lodes was elected to
eon Friday. serve as president during the com-
Quliting for the hostess was the ing year,
days diversion After completing the business.
Three guests. Mrs. Joe Keith the group played bingo. A delicious
Mrs Flora Mudd and Mrs Irene dessert course was served.
Williams, were present at the meet- Two guests, Mrs Marlon Bolton
ing, while members present were and Mrs. Ray Maine, enjoyed the
Mrs. C. L. Cady. Mrs P C. Canon evening with the members present.
Mrs. C H Williams. Mrs. Myrtle who were Mrs. Garrett Miles, Mrs,
Newman, Mrs. E. V Andrews. Mrs Donald Brown. Mrs O Crawford.
Mr i.-: ■ '
Harry Riley rides in style in home-made jeep built by his pilot-
daddy, Capt. William Riley of Pittsburgh. The carriage has regu
laticn cockpit seat, safety belt, stabilizer and sunbrella; weigh
23 pounds and cost SO cents to make. M
Joe Kelly, Mrs. Oscar Williams.
Mrs L. E. Day and Mrs Mary
Mrs. R L. Davis. Miss Margaret
Bourne and Miss Lodes.
Miss Bourne will be hostess to
Mrs. Keith will be hostess to the the group at the next meeting to
group at her home. 206 North
Reno avenue, on Oct. 13.
Mr. and Mrs E. H. Reynolds
1116 8outh Macomb avenue, de-
parted Saturday ftp;
be held in two weeks at her home,
703 South Bickford avenue, on
Shawnee ,k J meson, 4(6. of San Diego,
where thev will visit their son and Calif , charged with reckless drlv-
daughter-ln-law. Sergeant and Mrs ihg cn Sept 17. was fined $5 in
Jack Reynolds, and infant daugh- municipal court Saturday after he
ter, Jacqueline Sue. and other rel- pleaded guilty, according tc rec-
atives and friends [ erds of Lee Haney chief of police.
FOR RECENT BRIDE
Miss Prances Julian and Miss
Marguerite Fry were hostesses
Thursday evening at a mlscellane-
ous shower honoring Mrs. W J. L.
Cooper, the former Miss Juanita
Peterson, at the home of Mrs. C. |
P. Schult. 411 Sunset drive
Centerpiece for the table was a
tiered wedding cake Color scheme
was pink and green. The honoree
received many lovely gifts.
Included among those honoring
Mrs Cooper were Mrs Schult. Mrs
' Paul Kinder. Miss Beth Kinder.
Mrs. William Wartchow, Mrs. Wil-
liam Feddersen. Mis Ray Cooksey.
Mrs. Harry Cooksey. Mrs. Clarence
i Peterson. Mrs. Rov Miller. Mrs. J
F Kubala, Mrs Violet Cooksey.
Miss Kathrvn Peterson, Mrs.
Charles Wilkerson. Mrs. W. A.
Snow. Mrs. Ernest LeFever, Mrs
Ira Millet. Mrs. F P Hendrickson,
Mrs James Smith, Mrs. Juanita
Cupp. Mrs. Harry Hendrickson.
Miss Bonnie Bell Bright. Mrs.
Ralph Thompson. Mrs Elvis Hui-
| seyy, Mrs. Fred Kitzmiller. Mrs
Vern Peterson, Miss Loretta Math-
ews, Mrs Dennis K'tzmiHM, Miss
Eval.vn LaFollette and Miss Mar-
garet Ann Nolder.
Mrs. Cooper will depart Monday ‘
! for Linwood. Calif She will be
accompanied by Mrs. Kinder and
Miss Kinder, whose home is In
Linwood The trio will establish
a residence there.
Mrs Cooper's husband, a first
class seaman in the navy, now is
stationed at Treasure Island, San
Francisco, Calif., and Is awaiting
orders for his new assignment.
* * *
TO PURCHASE BONDS
Ladles' Auxiliary to the Broth-
erhood of Railway Trainmen met in
Trainmen's hall Friday for the
regular business session.
The charter was draped for the
late Mrs. Rasa Hensley.
The group voted to purchase two
625 war bonds.
Next meeting will be held Oct.
1 at the hall
Members present at Friday's
meeting were Mrs. Roy Collins.
Mrs W O Wick, Mrs. J. E. Of-
fleld. Miss PatU Rae Collins, Mrs.
J. W Sawyer and Mrs H. G.
PLAY TO BEGIN
IN GOLF TOURNEY
Qualifying rounds for the an-
nual ladies' golf championship
tournament will begin at 8:30 a.
m. Wednesday at the El Reno Golf
and Country club. All women
whose husbands are members of
the country club are eligible to
enter the tournament. Pairings
not already announced will be
made at the tee when play be-
Pairings are to be drawn In
Following is a list of pairings
already made and the time at
which the players will tee off:
Mrs. Hadley Brown. Mrs. H J.
Dafis and Mrs. L. A. Gamer at
j 8:30: Mrs. E. R. Kelso, Mrs V. R
Mord.v and Mrs C. A. Evans at |
8:40; Mrs R. N Dulmago. Mrs. I
Sim Richard Reville and Miss!
Betty Lou Rice at 8:50; Miss Jerry |
Mae Kelso, Mrs. Earl Barnes and j
Mrs. M. C. Chambers at 9; Mrs.
P B. Myers, Mrs. J. L. Trevathan I
and Mrs. Ed Sonnenlieter at 9:10; !
Mrs. M. A. Mahoney, Mrs. G. L.
Severeide and Mrs. Fred Arnold
at 9:20; Mrs. Guy Hobgood, Mrs.
Robert Greenleaf and Mrs. P. T.
Clason at 9:30; Mrs. George Black-
burn. Mrs. L. B. Boggs and Mrs.
Webb Gilbert at 9:40; Mrs R. M.
Helton. Mrs. H. E. Price and Mrs
C. D. Sawyer at 9:50; and Mrs.
O. W Montgomery, Mrs. William
Munn and Mrs. H. B Mnnsey
* * *
GWENDOLYN COCHRAN IS
BRIDE-ELECT OF ENSIGN
Mr and Mrs Frank M Cochran.
615 South Miles avenue, have an-
nounced the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their daugh-
ter, Miss Martha Gwendolyn, to
! Ensign William Wallace Ruther-
j ford, United States naval reserve,
I son of Mr and Mrs. S 8 Ruther-
j ford of Swarthmore, Pa. Date for
the wedding has not been set.
Miss Cochran Is a graduate of
El Reno highschool and of Okla-
homa A. and M. college, Stillwater
While in highschool she was a
member of the Pepett pep club
! and Phllalathean literary society.
Ensign Rutherford is a graduate
I of Dartmouth college at Hanover,
N. H., and a member of Delta Tau
Delta fraternity. At Dresent he
is stationed at Boston, Mass.
Miss Cochran is employed as a
secretary for the Martin Aircraft
company at Baltimore, Md.
HONORED AT DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Tice Wagner and
daughter, Mary Ellen, 615 North
Evans avenue, entertained recently
at a dinner for their son and
brother. Technical Sergeant Par-
tain Wagner, who was home on a
j 10-day furlough from the south-
west Pacific war theatre.
Sergeant Wagner departed Fri-
day for Salt Lake City, Utah, for
j reassignment with the army air
Guests for the dinner were Mr
and Mrs. J. F. Partaln at Stam-
ford, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. John
Grand and daughters, Joyce and
Barbara Ann, of Haskell, Tex., Mr.
: and Mrs. Orville Robinson. New
York Citv, Mr and Mrs. Tlc«
I Wagner, jr„ and son, Tice III.
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September 20th. Mrs. Rowe is here in
the capacity of personal Cosmetic Consult-
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