The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 60, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1939 Page: 3 of 14
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1URSDAY, MAY 4,1939
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
NAMED BY CM
Donned For Party
Mrs. E. H. McComas Re-
Elected Grand Regent
Women’s Relief Corps. Regular
meeting In the I. O. O. F. hr.ll.
Friday Bridge club. Hostesses,
Mrs. Fred B. Arnold, Mrs. Heavy
Behne, Mrs. E. S. Cupp and Mrs.
H J. Crowley, who will entertain
at a 1 o'clock luncheon-bridge at
the Arnold home, 513 South Bar-
Just-A-Mere Heart club. Hostess,
Mrs. R. H. Turner, 700 North
Mrs. Glenn I Choctaw avenue.
..... M.„. „. v. Crump. Mi. Lai,ies Auxiliary to the Brother-
Stevens Mis Fred mi w hood of Railroad Trainmen. Reg-
Willfon. S,ss Naum l»al' •« Trainmens
Culture club. Hostess, Mrs. Ora
Merveldt, 305 Nortn Hock Island
' sextet, composed of Mrs. J. j T- L. F. club. Hostess, Mrs. Mar-
'iarper. Mrs. W. G. Crump, Mrs. I *ie Morrls’ 5,8 Wrs< Woodson
|L. Brown. Mrs. John Turner.!
Henry liernon and Miss Ethel I SATURDAY
Tuesday Night Bridge club. Hosts,
Ioneer costumes were worn by
’ nearly 150 .guests attending
' 80cr dinner and program glv-
. Tuesday evening by the Re-
fill lodge at the I. O. C. F.
for all Rebekah and Odd
->ws lodge members.
'ter the dinner a Martha Wash-
on drill was given by a team
posed of Mrs. William Floyd,
E. P. Sturdavant. Mrs. E. L.
'her, Mrs. J L. Brown. Mrs.
mas ,A. Harris,
wford. Mrs. W. G. Crump. M''f.
. G. L.
ice, Mrs. Audrey Pearce, Mrs.
.a Reedy. Mrs. E. R. Barnhart,
. H. G. Crum and Mrs. J. B.
Annual election of officers was
conducted by the Catholic Daugh-
ters of America at the monthly
meeting of the organization Wed-
nesday evening in the Knights cf
Mrs. Edward H McComas was j
re-elected to her second term as1
grand regent, while Mrs. Casper |
Determan was ntim/l vice grand
regent; Miss Nellie Servos, piophe;-
ess; Mrs. Don Ahern, lecturer,
Mrs. Theodore Peek, historian;
Miss IiOUise Welter, monitor; Miss
Agnes Heinen, financial secretary;
Mrs. Andy Wolf, treasurer; Mrs.
Don Corwin, organist; Mrs. H. C.
Walch and Mrs. A. L. Marschew-1
ski. trustees for a tlircc-year penod. j
In addition to Mrs. McComas,
Miss Servos, Miss Heinen and Mi r.!
Corwin were re-elected. Mrs. Lie-1
terman succeeds Miss Katherine
Lodes as Vice grand regent; Mis. I
Ahern succeeds Mrs. John Mar.eyj
as lecturer; Mrs. Peck succeeds
Miss Welter as historian; Miss
j t ley. gave a group cf old-'
iiioned soft|s. IMr- ancl Mrs- Ray Maher, Mr.
pstume prizes were won by' Mr i and Mrs. Ray Dillingham, who I Welter succeeds Mis. Pock a.- mon-
j.son and Miss Canlley. Music I will entertain at the Maher home. J itor; Mrs. Andv Wolf succeeds
square dancing was played ! 412 South Foster avenue.
Mr, Hcrnon ant' Tom pen-
flit, violinists, accompanied at ! MRS. JAMES IV. PRESTON
\ piano by Mrs. H. I,. Bethard. I HOSTESS TO B. E. C.
tjurlng the evening the Rebekah. | A mystery package was won by
c presented Mr. Barnhart with ‘ Mrs. Frank Fundeibuig when Mrs.
| ill In appreciation of Ills serv- ! James W. Preston. 1100 Sunset
as staff captain. j drive, entertained B E. C. club
iccinl guests wore Mrs. Mabel members at an afternoon oi necdle-
| der, special deputy president. • work Tuesday.
Merry both of
• i horn a City.
jbmmit te« n sponsible foi the de-
|*tfill event were Mrs. Barnhart,
Hcrnon and Mrs. Witcher.
|i lodge will conduct a regular
At the close ol the informal
social the hostess was assisted bv
Mrs. Ray McCormack In serving
lunch to Mrs. D. S. ArtnoiU, Mrs.
S. M. Buckley, Mrs. L. A McCul-
lough. Mrs. W. L. Connelly, Mrs
[i ness meeting at the hall In a j O. O. Tollefson, Mrs. W. J White,
plight. j Mrs. Funderourg and Mrs. Fred
I * :!t * j R. Gangdom.
1REING THIMBLE ‘ They will meet May 15 with Mrs.
VB ENTERTAINED j Buckley. 314 South Evans ave-
|rs. H. A Dover. 701 South |nue-
I’cford avenue, entertained in-1
pally Wednesday afternoon for! RIVERSIDE CLUB
fibers of Sterling Thimble club j ENJOYS MEETING
k one guest. Mrs. Milford Dever. j Mrs. P. C. Canon, north of the
fter the customary hour of i city, was hostess at a meeting of
IJework the hostess was as- the Riverside club Wednesday when
|j‘d by Mrs. Milford Dever In |a covered dish luncheon was served
ing a dessert course. : at 1 o'clock.
i attendance were Mrs. Ralph | Guests for the day were Mrs.
lble, Mrs. John Hnekett. Mrs ' John Coleman and Mrs. Frank T.
Mrs, Josephine Marshall as treas-
Mrs. Kinkade and Mrs. Andy
Wolf are the retiring trustees. Mrs.
A. H. Wolf and Mrs. Minnie Le-
rteaux are two-jear trustees, wiiila
Mrs. E. O. Hamilton and Mrs.
Ray Maher are one-year trustees
After the election of officers Mrs.
McComas made ail interesting re-
port on the state convention which
she attended last Saturday and
Sunday In Shawnee.
• The group's next m.cting was
announced for June 7.
Ms !j! Ms
CLUB MEETS IN-
Needlework was the diversion for
Banquet Farewell Court-
esy To Senior Members
New Type Rail Brake
Using Auto Principle
In accordance with a custom
j observed since the organization of
! Squints. E| Reno highsrheol pep
; club, the group entertained at a
| banquet at the Masonic temple
Tuesday evening as a farewell'
i courtesy honoring senior members.
Tile club colors, blue and white,
were employed In all appointments
and decorations with snowballs |
J used with blue and white tapers to
I deck the tables.
Miss Virginia Hulbert. president.
presided as toostmlstress over the i copyright. M9. by MrchM.
program which included the fellow- The top belt is one of the "ribbon’1
mg numbers: vocal duet, "Indian effects, with cotton embroidered
Love Call," Miss Martha Jane j braid interlaced through a white
Hodges and (Miss Rose Ann Mr-! 1n soft effect. Below it is a
... , ... ... Philippine hemp sports belt, hand-
C. . piano solos. Miss Kathleen i lB0Ven jn so/( vegetable dyes oi
Kester; talk on "Squaws of To- j natural tone. The third belt it the
morrow.” Miss May Shanklin. spoil- simple white belt o/ this summer
sor: -The Ideal Member." Miss, varied by means oi the perforations.
Rase Witcher, dean - I the tucking and the Jlat covered
PHILADELPHIA, May 4—CU.P)—
A new type railroad brake which
will stop trains within 2.500 to 3.000
feet from 100 miles an hour— about
half the distance now required—
has been developed.
The brake eliminates the prin-
ciple of a metal "shoe" pressing
against the rim or tread of the
wheel, it is explained. Instead, the
brake is fashioned similarly to
automobile brakes. A composition
shep exerts pressure on an air-
cooled disc or drum mounted on
the axle inside the wheel
By ROBERTA LEE
Q When one has been invited
to a party, or other affair, and
after accepting he contracts a
severe cold, what should he do?
A. Phone the hostess and ex-
press how sorry you are that you
cannot come, but do not go.
Q. What is the difference be-
tween the formal and the informal
A. The decorations of the in-
formal tea are not so elaborate and
.lie refreshments are more simple.
The hostess at an informal affair
Fan-. mingles with her guests and does
like discs ccol the brake to pro- I not remain at ihe iuvi io :i.
vent extreme heat. each newcomer.
"Squaws of Yesterday" Miss Eunice
"Ideal Sportsmanship." Miss Bea
Peterson Henry Ruth Schwartz,
IDEAL—Coflege fraternity Phi
Delta Theta gangs up on all
other women. Members say
Gloria Stuart, film actress, is
only one who’d get their votes
for U. S. President.
to be held June 1
Hostess for the initial autumn Mrs
jMantooth. honorary member; brief iCficelia Shanklin. Laveda Shaw,
j talks bv alumnae members present; Milr.v Louise Sberertz, Alliert Shu-
| "Farewell. Seniors." Miss Lois malP- Jud>- Steele. Mary Maud
Baucom; response. Miss Elvaleen , Thompson. Dorothy Todd. Opal
j Wise; Squaw song by a trio com- Todd, Juanita Townsend. Penny
posed cf Miss McClain, Miss Hul- ! Vunn. Eileen Von Tungeln. Alice
‘bert and Miss Hodges. j White. Mary Bell Wickware. Wini-
I Gue-ts and alumnae present were ^rpd Williams. Bernice Wise, ^Mar-|
Mis Tio Jones. Miss Emma Siler. Jcrie Witt. Helen Boezkiewlcz. j
Mis Zetta Belle Housley, Miss Rowena Kreger. Frances Julian,
Irene Essex. Miss Geraldine Snow. Catherine Newsome and Josephine
I Miss Mildred V°n Tungeln, Miss1 Garnett.
Maxine Thompson, Miss Mary Sue
Garner Miss Kathryn McCann. WEEKLY MEETING
Mr Juanita Barree. Miss Ruby BY' AMITY’
_______ j Mrown. Mrs. Mac Clarke cl Girard, j Weekly meeting ol Amity club
... Ohio Mis Cecil Krenger. Mrs. Ed was conducted Tuesday evening at
at Meu 1,1,1! Reddine, Mrs. Gilbert Kubon. Mrs. I the home of Kermit P Schafer.
Richard Jensen. Mrs. Wilbur Reed. 831 South Barker avenue After
T David Perdue and Mrs. I the business session ii
Ifuir Clark. Mi's. C. E. Welden.
Gertrude Clark. Mrs. Clyde
tthews. Mrs. Carl Gierhart.
H T. French. Mrs. M. B.
Mrs, Sam Roberson, Mrs.
Huff and Mrs O O Tollef-
* * *
|S. YV. A. POOR
est of cum
lly additional guest at the
go,party at which Mrs. Ray
Les, south of the city, enter-
led Wednesday afternoon for
Jolly Eight Bridge club was
W A. Peer.
hers feted were Mrs P. H.
inbotham. Mis. R. Jay Mc-
nis. Mrs. J. Y. Morris, Mrs.
M Gorman. Mrs. Ray Verges.
T. J. Cox and Mrs. Hcmer
.•treshments were served after
Ii games in which Mrs. Verges
Le high score and Mrs. Morris
*rs. Gilbert Flagg, south of the
will entertain the club in
>jr ♦ >!*
joring •honors were won by
Elhel Evans and Julius C.
J-nd at the bridge party Riven
inesday evening by Miss Thelma
Lhlin and Don Wilscn at the
members of the Help One Another i meeting Sept. 6 will be announced John p. Erbar. nounced the meeting next week I
club when they were entertained lrltel Members attending other than will be with Melvin Johnson. 10191
at the final meeting of the season Refreshments were served at the those on the program were Misses sunset drive
Wednesday afternoon in the home close ot the afternoon to Mrs. | Lew Baker. Doris Barlow. Anna
of Mrs. L. A. Meissner, south cf'EImer Bowers. lhe onlv additional Belle Brown’ Maxine Brown- Nadyne 1GUESTS AT
thP City; guest Mrs J H Huchtemann Mrs ! 2™'" D°rCthy BUSS' Jose|>1,inr I O s LOC K LUNCHEON
A brief business session was 8 Douglas. Genevieve Gerber. Maxine ;u, ; j^j,.s E H Meissner, I
held with Miss Anna Huchtemann. w Huchtemann, Mrs. Carl Heitzmnn. Edith Huchtemann. south of the ciiy. had as their
president, and Mrs. J. H. Huchte- Wagner, Mrs. J. D. McClain. Mrs. Helen Huchtemann. Mariam Keller, guests at 1 o'clock luncheon VWo-
mann, secretary, presiding over the Ralph Whitlock, Miss Huchtemann, Mary Kathryn Lewis. Elaine Mr- nesday afternoon Mi.v Anna Huc-h-
aetivities. Plans were completed for Mrs. Edwin Porter. Mrs. Garland Cain. Elizabeth Millwee. Barbara 1 temann and Mrs F >V Kucl-te-l
the club's annual ice cream social < Porter and Mrs. William Mathis. | Mitchell. Dorothy Mitchell, Juanita1 maun
Ward of Coronado. Calif., while
members present were Mrs. J. W
Crume. Mrs. Carl Zais. Mrs Claude
Colley. Mrs. Riley Thomason. Mrs. !
Mary Mrdlock and Mrs Collas j
Their next meeting will be held j
May 17 with Mrs. Colley, north- j
east cf the city.
HOW CAN I?
By ANN ASHLEY
Q How can I remove scratches
from wood that have been made
by striking matches?
A First rub the marks with a
cut Ipmon, and then with a damp
cloth and a little whiting. Rinse
and polish with a soft doth.
Q. How can I make a good pad-
ding for tile ironing board?
A. An old discarded blanket
tacked securely to the ironing board. I
then covered with a piece ol un-
bleached muslin, makes an ex-
cellent ironing surface.
Q. How can I give a better flavor
to baked apples?
A Try filling baked apples with
broken walnuts and honey. It makes
u deiicious dessert.
Miss Peggy Clougliley. student at
the University ot Oklahoma lr.
Norman, will spend the week-end
hern hotel for Hi-Hatters c'u0 j with her parents, Mr. and Mrr.
eetal guests were Miss Evans I Hai Townsend. Log Gables, west of
Dr. Joseph H Qoldberger,
Io members present in addition
Imi-. Defend, the hostess and
were Miss Alma Van Fleet,
Katherine Lodes, Miss Lois
Ip, Mr. and Mrs Voids Mayfield.
Vi Mitchell and James Dyer.
Bi iced course was served at
(close of the evening,
fists at the meeting in two
its will be Miss Izxies and Mr.
* * *
arking the conclusion of the
Ipn's activities of Progressive
fers a 1 o'clock luncheon-bridge
given Wednesday afternoon
j,he Southern hotel,
firing flowers were used in a
aces were marked for one
|jlal guest. Mrs. Lula Forrest, and
W E. Allen. Mrs. J. J. Dillon.
John Fitch. Mrs Gaylord
. Mrs. Olin Fields, Mrs. G. F.
?ka. Mrs. E. J. Palmer. Mrs.
W. Newquist, Mrs. Herman
te, Mrs. A. D. Taylor and Mrs.
the card games Mrs. Taylor
|e high score, Mrs. Reding sec-
high and Mrs. Fitch received
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 60, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1939, newspaper, May 4, 1939; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc923805/m1/3/: accessed March 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.