The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 54, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 2, 1943 Page: 3 of 6
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Sunday, May 2,1943
El Reno (OklaJ Daily Tribune
Virginia Ruth Von Tungeln, Society Editor
Mrs. Lon Hoff. 525 South Elli-
son avenue, was hostess to the T
F L. Sunday school class of the
First Baptist church at 2:30 p. m.
Friday, assisted by Mrs H. H 1
Past Matrons club. Hostesses,
Mrs. A. C. Gilbert and Mrs. Edna
McMahan Kelly. 1015 South Ma-
American Association of Unlver- |
Mrs J H Crain was In charge j sity Women. Guest night at 8
ol the business meeting and led ; p. m. In library of the Etta Dale
the devotional*. Mrs. A. E. Barnes [ junior highschool Book review by
gave the opening prayer. Miss Lena Cox, Oklahoma City.
EH Reno Study club. Annual
Mrs. John Wheatley
Hostess at Party
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
YUKON, • May 1—Mrs. John
Wheatley was hostess to the Alae-
thean class of the Baptist church
at their monthly party Thursday
It was a Mothers' day party and
26 members were present. Each
member brought her mother or a
friend as a guest.
The program Included a vocal
! solo, 'That Wonderful Mother of
Mine," by Mrs. B. M. Toland. ac-
Couple, Wed 60 Years,
Advises ‘Don’t Argue’
EBENSBURG, Pa.. May 1—<U.R)
—Young married couples should
perk up their ears and listen at- ;
tentlvely when Mr. and Mrs Wil-
liam Henry Williams hand out ad- j
vice on how to he happy, though
Mr. and Mrs. Williams have
been married 60 years—and they
could go on for another 60. if it
“To husbands: Don't argue with
your wife. To wives: Don’t argot
with your husband."
Mr. Williams speaking:
“You know there are times when
we get grouchy and feel ill-tem-
pered. We arc likely to say things
that we will regret later. If wo
don't say them then we will hays
no cause lor regret.. ..
"Married life Is a game of givo-
and-takc. Neither the husband not
the wife should expect to have
things their own way. If nanM
couples would avoid arguments th<
divorce courts would not havrmucl
Williams la 82. Ills wife 71.
A reading, “The Three Little,
Soldiers and a Sailor," was given
by Mrs. J. E Padgett, followed by
guest day at the Etta Dale Junior
highschool. Motion pictures shown
a Bible quiz conducted by Mrs, by Haskell Pruitt of Stillwater.
M. A. Buckmaster. Mrs. Padgett Ladies Auxiliary to the Fra-
lc-d the closing p-ayer. temal Order of Eagles Election
Members attending were Mrs of officers in the Eagles hall.
Buckmaster, Mrs. Lucy Turpin. West Way club. Hostess. Mrs. . ______ ...
Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. George Burton, w. L. Leach. 1209 East Oak street.! Lawson with a birthday cake, as
companled by Miss Patsy Cone: a
talk, "Mothers of the Bible." by
Mrs. W. Loper; a paper. "Value
of a Christian Mother." by Mrs.
M. A. Brattln: and a poem
"Motherhood." by Mrs. V. M.
Corsages were presented to Mrs.
Mary Hogan as the oldest mother
and Mrs. D. B. Phillips with thq
The hostess surprised Mrs. Ray
it was her birthday anniversary.
Mrs C. C. Helm, Mrs. Carl Mc-
Cain. Mrs. Luna Estes. Mis. E. W. Needlecraft club. Hostess, Mrs. j Delicious refreshments were
Kelly. Mrs. Frank Taylor, Mrs. C G. H. McNew, 312 *,-* South Admire i served at the close of the after-
E. Weklen, Mrs Mary Schwab avenue. noon.
MiV Mildred Stevenson. Mrs. J Rebekah lodge. Regular meeting Mrs. Claude Alexander will be
H Crain and Mrs. Padgett. in the I. O. O. F. hall. I hostess to the group next month.
Mrs. Helm will 'be hostess at the; Entre Nous club. Hostess. Mrs. j Mrs. Harden Ramey and Infan;
closing meeting of the season May Walter H. Cobbs. 120 South Barker (son, George Harden, will be re-
14 in her home. 614 South Miles avenue. j moved from Polyclinic hospital to
avenue. Congenial club. Hostess. Mrs. their home Sunday.
* * * E. H. Reynolds. 1116 South Ma- John Melnders left Tuesday for
I-■ L L. CLASS MEMBERS I comb avenue.
ARE ENTERTAINED Tuesday Players.
Mrs. B E. Durham. 1108 West Harry Morris, 211
Wade street assisted by Mrs. R ; avenue.
L Davis, entertained members of WEDNESDAY
the L. L. L. Sunday school class D. Y. W. Y. K. club Hostess,
of the First Baptist church Friday Mrs. O. O Tollefson. 630 South
The meeting was opened by the
Hostess. Mrs. i
class song. “Love Lifted Me." af-
ter which Mrs. B. E Carder led In
A regular business meeting was
held and at the close of the ses-
sion refreshments were served to
Mrs. R. O. Carter. Mrs. R A. Wat-
kins. Mrs. Roy S'evenson. Mrs.
Claudp W. Cherry. Mrs. R. L.
in the I. o. O F hall.
COZY CORNER CLUB
Mrs. J. Miller, southeast of
Reno, was hostess to members
the Cozy Comer club Apr. 27.
One additional guest. Mrs.
ciren will spend
* * *
NANCY RUTH LITTLE
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
Honoring her daughter. Nancy
east of El Reno, on May 25.
* o it
TO GIVE PROGRAM •
avenue, entertained on
noon of Apr. 25 at
Oames were played and an East-
er egg hunt was enjoyed Nancy j verstty of California, according tq
Ruth received many lovely gifts information received here.
A pink and white birthday cake | Mrs. Christensen. who was
and ice cream were served The host-; reared at El Reno, formerly was
ess was assisted in serving by Mrs instructor of speech and dramatic
Ray H Russ, of Stillwater, aunt arts in El Reno highschool. Her
of the honoree. and Mrs David i sister. Miss Billie Jeanne Torpey.
Morgan. j will be graduated from the Uni-
Invited guests were Bill Reyn- versity of California this spring
olds. Jean and Joan Woodruff, J -
Marilyn Dubberstain. Barbara. Ru-
dolph and Richard Shoffe. Gayle 1
and David Sturdevant, Joe Henry |
Howarton, Jimmy Wright. Janice1
McClain County Helping
In Food Production
Hardwick. Julia Ann Kerr. Patty
and Terry Cain. Peggy and Doris
Howard Taylor. F. G. Sinclair.
James Whelan. Orval Julian. Ro-
land Major, Charles Wagner, J.
B. Wagner. Joe Dunn. Marvin
Dunn, Frank Satrapa. Howard
Pendleton. McGrath Pendleton.
Andrew Lewaday. Bob Tidwell
and T. L. Renfrew attended a
district Masonic meeting In El
Reno Thursday night. The ad-
dress on "Free Masonry at Work"
was presented by the Oklahoma
grand master. J. Fred Latham of
Stillwater, formerly of Yukon
The freshman class of Yukon
PURCELL. May 1 —(U.fi>— For-
mm ‘ai? rest Nelson. McClain county agent, highschool, sponsored by Mrs.
Boyson of Chickasha Mis Lennle rmmnrt. shot oo ■- *v-~ Velma Felkner. enjoyed a picnic
at the Scoch farm west of Yukon
Thursday night. Refreshment*
were served and games played.
Forty freshmen and a few from
reports that 29 communities in the
county have signed up nearly 100
percent on the victory food pro-
-.... , _ „ The program was expected to
Little of Shawnee. Bill Cargo Jim produce an , supply of vege.
T ilHn r\oslid Vfnrnan Mice Vtrvola * o
Cahill, son. Lennie. Mrs Harold
Wykert and daughter. Vickie Lea.
Other guests durifig the after-
noon were Mr. and Mrs. S. K
Little. David Morgan Miss Vyvela tablps frults ,try and ^
Robinson and Kendall Kerr. , meat for every farm famUy.s M
♦ # #
IN M'CI.AIN HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McClain
were hosts to members of the La-
dies Auxiliary to the Order of
Railway Conductors and their hus-
bands in their home, 115 North
Barker avenue, at a party cele-
brating the birthdays of 13 of the
A patriotic color scheme was
used and a pink birthday cake
decorated the refreshment table
Oames were played by merrtoers,
and one guest. Mrs. Roy Stewart.
Mrs Jimmy Padgett gave two
The next business meeting will
be held in the Eagles hall May
14 while the next social meeting
will be the concluding session for
the season. In the form of an
annual picnic sometime In the last
during -the coming year.
More than 1,500 families have
been signed through various agen-
cies for the victory food program.
DIRECTOR TO JOIN
NEW YORK—:U.R>—Walter T. Mc-
Laughlin. director of athletics at
8t. John's university. Brooklyn, will
report to the Chapel Hill. N. C„
pre-flight school May 27 as a lieu-
helps bring esse
sad comfort to
nred emollient, la
useful in all condi-
tions where a bland, mild anodyne mas-
sage medium In akin lubrication la de-
sired. One condition In which wome'4
for more than 70 ycara have used It la an
application for massaging the body dur-
Ing pregnancy .. it helps keep the i
soft and pliable... thua avoiding
neceasary discomfort due to dryneea
elpa keep the akin
_____SHI dryneea and I
tightness. It refreshen and tones the
>Xln. An Ideal massage application foi
tbe numb, tingling or burning sensa-
tions of the skin .. . for the tired back
muscles or cramp-llke pains In the lags.
Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use
Highly praised by users, many doctors and
purses. Just ask any druggist (or Mother's
i tiend—the skin lubricant- Try it Louurbt.
Nothing like an exciting new hat to boost Mother's
spirits, ta please her on Mother's Day. We've an eye-
catching collection here of charmers far every Moth-
er ... . each • wonderful gift for Mother’s own big
# HOSE • GLOVES • BAGS
• LYNN’S MILLINERY
Here is the newest escort aircraft carrier to come off the ways at Henry Kaiser’s shipyards in Van-
couver, Wash. The Ameer is one of a class of carriers converted from merchantmen.
Mason City. Iowa, where he has
purchased a farm. He expects to
put in his com crop and return
to Yukon for Mis. Melnders who
will accompany him back to Iowa
to make their home.
Mrs. Norman Alder Is recovering
Ellison avenue. ! from an attack of measles.
Rebekah circle. All-day meeting I Captain and Mrs. Stephen San-
: ger and family of Chickasha spent
Thursday night with Mrs. Sanger's
mother. Mrs. J. C. Frerklng. They
, were enroute to Moscow. Idaho.
El where Captain Sanger is stationed
of and where Mrs. Sanger and chll-
J. Spargur left
Fox. and Mrs. E. V. Andrews. Mrs. ! Thursday night for Dow Field.
Stevenson. Mrs J. W. Paxson. Mrs. j \v. f. Finn. Mrs. E. E. Fox. Mrs.; Tampa. Fla., after a two-week
J. W. Hodges. Mrs. W S. Brown, j v. Schwab. Mrs. S E. Wise. Mrs. i iurlough spent here with his wife
Mrs. Joe Reichert. Mrs. Carder Clara Witt. Mrs. B. A. Hnchte- 1 and parents. Mr and Mrs. Jim
and Mrs R P Gatliff. man, Mrs. A. Debano and Miss Spargur
Mrs. Wayne Daugherty. El Reno Mary Finn attended the meeting, j Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Line arrived
reformatory, will be hostess to the The next meeting of the club home Monday from Indianapolis,
class on June 4. will be in the home of Mrs. Wise
Ind„ where Mr. Line has been
taking a three-month course in
mechanics. He is employed at
Tinker Field. Oklahoma City
Mrs. Neal Myers, Mrs. Rolland
Ruth, on her sixth birthday. Mrs Mrs Ruth Torpey Christensen. Swain. Mrs Norman Alder Mrs
W J. Little. 309 South Williams, formerly of El Reno, will present | Roland Major and Mrs John
th* ,“t*r* " P|a>’ rfMling at 2 p. m Satur- ! Melnders accompanied bv Mis.
a children s; day. May 8. in the Berkeley chap- Gerald Moninger of Bethany
ter house for the Mothers club of transacted business in Oklahoma
i Kappa Delta sorority at the Unl-
BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Staff Writer
'T’HIS week's aerie* of menus for
a family of four provides two
roasts, and meat on three other
days. Here’s how it works: (1),
roast stuffed shoulder of veal; (2),
green peppers stuffed with ham-
burger; (3), left-over veal biscuit
roll, or cold sliced veal; (4), roast
leg of lamb; (5), minced left-over
lamb and green peppers on toast.
On the other two days of the
week the protein will be supplied
by shrimp in rice ring for dinner
and creamed codfish, family style,
for luncheon; and by a casserole
of red kidney beans for luncheon
and a spinach souffle (3 eggs) and
crisp bacon for dinner. Dessert
supplies protein, too, in Camem-
bert cheese (not rationed), served
with raw apple and wholewheat
5 lbs. leg of lamb..........30
1 lb. hamburger......... 5
2 lbs. veal shoulder
Vfc lb. bacon............... 4
Vi lb. butter*................4
1 lb. fortified margarine.... 5
Total ................. 64
In order to get a large amount
of meat this week the budget
must go easy on butter, fats and
oils. Because butter is not abun-
dant in the menus, the family
should eat lots of raw carrpts for
vitamin A, and drink as much
milk as possible. Use bacon drip-
pings for cooking or for wilted
salad. All meat fat should be
fried out and used.
Lentils Provide Protein
This series of menus is very j
(Eat the basic 7 every day)
juice, wholewheat cereal,
toast, marmalade, coffee*,
cheese with chives, whole
rye bread, scallions and raw
carrots, custard, oatmeal
cookies, tea, milk.
DINNER: Tomato juice*,
roast stuffed shoulder of
veal*, brown gravy, pan-
browned potatoes, carrot*
and peas, bread, bulter or'
fortified margarine*, lettuce
and diced raw turnip salad
with mayonnaise, stewed
fruit, tea, milk.
’Indicates rationed foods.
Little or No Damage
From Rust Indicated
STILLWATER. May 1 —(Spe-
cial)—"We evidently are going to
escape rust damage In Oklahoma
this year." Dr. K. Starr Chester,
plant pathologist at Oklahoma A.
and M. college, explained today.
This year. Dr Chester said, a
lack of rust damage is associated
with a dry January and February,
and not with abnormal winter
Observations made at Stillwater
and other noai ay points, and I
which probably will serve fairly [
well for other parts of the state,
indicate that little or no damage!
will take place on wheat, oats, rye
and barley this season. Dr. Chest- [
How Can It?
Q. How can ' I remove mud
stains on clothing?
A. Let the stains dry then
break the crust and rub lightly to
prevent driving the dirt into the
material. If there are any re-
maining marks, rub with a little
Q. How can I polish irons?
A. While ironing, rub the Irons
over the wax-coaled boxes in
which crackers and c%kes are
packed. Tills will polish them.
Q. How can I remove the
cloudy appearance of plate glass?
A. Clouded plate glass can bq
satisfactorily cleaned by rubbing
briskly with alcohol.
easy on the blue ration points. It
calls for only:
48 ounces tomato juice.....22
1 lb. dried kidney beans... 4
1 lb. dried lentils.......... 4
Sugar and coffee........variable
The dried beans and lentils pro-
vide good protein. Serve them in
casseroles or in thick soups. The
large can of tomato juice provides
vitamin C inexpensively and
makes an excellent refresher.
Remember to use adequate
amounts of milk, non-rationed
cheeses such as cream or cottage,
Liederkranz and Camembert, and
at least 2 tablespoons of fat per
person in cooking a day. Other-
wise the diet will be lacking in
fats. Serve yellow vegetables and
green salads frequently to provide
adequate amounts of vitamin A.
LURED WITH CARROTS
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif— <U.R>—
Oscar, ringleader of three deer
which escaped from their corral in
Golden Gate park, sold the free-
dom of all three tor a mess of
pottage. When Police Officer i
Charles Murray discovered them
at 3 in the morning, he first raid-
ed a victory garden for a handful
Of carrots. Then, playing
search-lamp on the carrots,
held them out to Oscar and skill-
fully led all three of the deer Into
NO CHARITY WANTED
HOLLYWOOD. Calif. — (U.fi) —
Captain Walter F. Arms. 87. con-
tractor. who was commissioned by
Abraham Lincoln a captain in thq
Union army at the age of 6. In
lecognition of having helped spike
Confederate guns with llles which
he smuggled through the enemy I
lines concealed In cherry pies, has j
taken precautions against ever
"becoming an object of charity" |
in his old age. He had justice of
the peace Jefferson O. Wingert,
an old friend, appointed his legal
guardian for the remainder of his
life with that end In view.
By late shipment INn
Roth moor we have a lew
Utility ceata. Them am
for a year 'reand wear hi
They 're gorgqra* in their
styling to qpihe yo« leak
your best—and practical In
their long wear to help yep
save the most.
Ideal Gifts For
Closed Every Wednesday
IRUAX BEAUTY SHOP
Buy For Yourself
And For Gifts
FINAL STOCK OF :*
other classes were present.
M. A Brattln and Mrs. N. B.
Ramsey, vocational teachers of
Yukon highschool. attended a dis-
trict meeting of agriculture and
homemaking teachers Monday and
Tuesday at Kingfisher. The train-
ing course was on food preserva-
Mrs. Kate Fleck left Saturday
for Borger Tex., to visit her son-
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Elliott. She also will visit
relatives in Amarillo before re-
Uisf COROC FINISH
BRICK i \
or othor interior — "
paintabh wall turf acts
COROC FINISH it so easy to apply! It is readily
thinned with water and although it washes from the
hands like magic, when it la dry it forms a beautiful
Hat glare-free surlace that is washable! Has no "painty"
odor, dries in' less than an hour! One coat usually
hidca any surface.
Very economical—two quarts reduce with water to %
make three quarts at a ready-to-use cost of $1.99 a gal.
REDUCED PAINT COSTS LESS TRAN *2 MR GALLON I
It's easy to apply painl with
COOK’S SEAMLESS ROLLER
No seam marks — no laps — s , __
really 100% tatiafactory roller. OC/x
Replaceable sleeves. Uwv
According to our information no
more sheer rayons are being manu-
factured! These lovely sheers in
stocks will be the last for the dura-
tion. 75 Denier, 45 Gauge, full-
fashioned and in a perfect shade
for summer wear.
§, ? if
• We have just received a large uhip-
mrnt of beautiful Chenille apreadu that
will add grace and charm ta any beAraam.
Full bed size. They are made sf heavy
quality sheeting and are fast eater in
beautiful designs. All white and white
with colurs. Also solid colors in daaty
rose, blur, peach and gold.
6.95 to 10.90
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