The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 96, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 20, 1951 Page: 3 of 6
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The post chapel at Scott airforce
base, Illinois, was the scene of the
wedding Saturday of Miss Shirley
Alice Rowe and Private First Class
Bob Johnson. 11)6 bride Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
H. Rowe, 1121 South Hadden, and
the bridegroom Is the son of Mrs.
D. O. Ridgeway, Oklahoma City,
and C. F. Johnson, Compton, Calif.
The post chaplain read the
double-ring ceremony in front of
a floral background. A program of
nuptial music was played by the
post organist who also played the
traditional wedding marches.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose a white organdy
dress over white taffeta styled with
a fitted bodice and Peter Pan collar
Pearl buttons formed the front
closing for the short sleeved bodice.
The full skirt was ballerina-length.
She wore a white picture hat and
The bridal bouquet was a white
Bible topped with an orchid show-
ered with stephanotis and white
satin streamers. Inside the Bible,
she carried a white handkerchief
which her father had given her
mother at the time of their mar
Miss Qwenne Riggs served as
maid of honor. Her blue embossed
organdy dress was styled after that
worn by the bride. She wore a
matching picture hat, matching
mitts and carried a colonial bouquet
of blue carnations showered with
The bridesmaid, Miss Wanda
Young, chose a dress of embossed
organdy designed like that worn
by the honor attendant. She car-
ried a colonial bouquet of pink
carnations and baby breath.
Private First Glass Charles Lott,
Bcott airforce base, served Private
Johnson as best man.
For her daughter’s wedding. Mrs.
Rowe selected a iieacock blue dress
accented with pink and brown ac-
cessories and her corsage was of
pink carnations. Mrs Darrell Hurst,
aunt of the bridegroom, wore a
navy blue dress with navy and
white accessories and a red rosebud
When the bridal couple left on a
wedding trip to St. Louts, Mo.. Mrs.
Johnson was wearing a navy blue
and chartreuse two-piece dress with
matching accessories. Her corsage
was an orchid.
Private and Mrs. Johnson will
be at home in Belleville, 111. Pri-
vate Johnson is stationed at Scott
Mrs. Johnson was graduated from
the El Reno hlghschool this spring.
Prior to her marriage, she was
employed by Bross grocery.
Private Johnson, who made his
home in the Darrell Hurst home,
was graduated from the El Reno
hlghschool in 1950 and entered the
airforce in January of this year.
Those from El Reno attending
the wedding were Miss Rose Marie
Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Rowe. Mrs.
Hurst and daughter. Kay. Miss
Riggs and Miss Young. Miss Bonnie
Rowe of Chillicothe, Mo„ also at-
tended the wedding.
General Society of Woman's Work
of the First Presbyterian church.
Hostess, Mrs. Otto Bergner, 210
South Macomb. Meeting at 2 p. m.
Executive board meeting In church
parlor at 1:30 p.m.
Women’s Missionary Union of the
First Baptist church:
Kate Cox White circle. Hostess,
Mrs. Tom Owen. 803 South Barker.
Ruby Howse circle. Hostess, Mrs.
Victor Cash, 503 West Martin.
Lottie Moon circle. Meeting at
Louise Hill circle. Hostess, Mrs.
R. R. Horn, 208 North Poster.
Rosalie Mills • Appleby circle.
Hostess, Mrs. J. W. Hodges. 704
Susan Anderson circle. Hostess,
Mrs. Ted Ownby, 914 South Ellison.
Women's Missionary Union of the
Trinity Baptist church. Meeting at
Woman’s Society of Christian
Service of the Wesley Methodist
church. Meeting in church parlor
at 2 p.m.
American Legion auxiliary. Meet-
ing in Legion hall. Initiation.
Women s Christian Fellowship of
the First Christian church. Meet-
ing at the church.
Elks Auxiliary. Meeting at the
Elks home at 8 p.m.
LTL club. Hostess, Mrs. Lloyd
Anthony, 1181a South Bickford.
Rebckah lodge. Meeting at the
IOOF hall. Social.
Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Ellison Avenue Meth-
odist church. Meeting at the church
at 2 p. m.
American Legion auxiliary. Meet-
ing Ht the American Legion hall at
7 p. m. Covered dish dinner.
Ladies Auxillarv to the National
Association of Letter Carriers. Host-
ess. Mrs. Frank Payton, 1040 South
Past Noble Grand club. Hostess.
Mrs. H. H. Roliin, 213 South Wil-
liams. Meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Every Woman's Bible class of the
First Christian church. All-day
meeting at the chureh.
Ladles of the Grand Army of the
Republic. Hostess. Mrs. Jack Smith,
121 South Shepard.
DYWYK club. Meeting at Adapts
park at 8:30 p. m._Picnic.
Ladies Auxiliary to the Order of
Railroad Conductors. Meeting at
Legion park at 9 a. m. Picnic.
Ladies Society of the Brother-
hood of Locomotive Firemen and
Englnemen and the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen and Engine-
men. Meeting at Legion park at 6
p.m. Basket dinner for members
of the society and brotherhood and
Mrs. Harold Enz Installed new
officers during the regular monthly
meeting of the Christian Women’s
Fellowship guild of the First Chris-
tian church Monday night in the
parlors of the church.
Mrs. Enz presented each new
officer a corsage of a color in keep-
ing with the duties of her office.
Mias Louise Spears was installed
as president; Mrs. Edna Noblett,
first vice president; Miss Minnie
Connally, second vice president;
Mrs. John Lorenzen, secretary: Mrs,
Lon Booth, treasurer, and Mrs.
M. L. Simmons, worship chairman
Miss Spears conducted the short
business meeting which was fol-
lowed by a program. A brief hi*'
tory of the local guild was pre-
sented by Mrs. Noblett. “Looking
Forward" was the topic of a talk
given by Miss Connally.
The devotional, conducted by
Mrs. Simmons, opened with group
singing followed by prayer. The
theme of the devotional was "Where
the Spirit of the Lord Is” and
closed by the group repeating the
Refreshments were served by the
officers at the close of the meeting.
Members present were Mrs. Flor-
ence Spears, Mrs. Arthur Wage,
Mrs. Clarence Imboden, Mrs. P. A.
Ferguson, Mrs. Theo Selkel. Mrs.
T. V. Powell. Miss Edna Garrett,
Miss Stella Hensley, Mrs. Noblett,
Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Lorenzen, Miss
Spears and Miss Connally.
* * *
Women Golfers To
Play for Low Par
Thursday’s play for champion-
ship flight, and flight A of the
Ladies Golf club will be for low
pars FliRht B will play for most
five's and under. Traveling pins
for low net will be awarded in
Pairings in championship flight
include Mrs Earl Barnes and Mrs.
Fred Hampton; Mrs. J. B. Swaim
and Mrs. H. J. Davis; Mrs. C. A.
Evans and Mrs. H. G. Davis: Mrs.
I. N. Dulmagc and Mrs. V. R.
In class A flight, pairings are
Mrs. Garland Sears and Mrs. J. L.
Trevathan, Mrs. Duard Barnes
and Mrs. William Marshall; Mrs.
Glen Brown and Mrs. P. B Myers;
Mrs. Ed Koclsch and Mrs. Don
Barnrs; Mrs. J. H Mueller and
Mrs. E. R Woodhouse.
Class B pairings include Mrs.
Earl Bolls and Mrs. Stella Beets;
Mrs. Floyd Leidy and Mrs. John
Bolin; Mrs. Charles Franklin and
Mrs Robert Greenleaf; Mrs. F. E.
Arnold and Mrs. Ryan Morris:
Mrs. Ed Reding and Mrs. Jack
How Can I?
The American Legion auxiliary
initiation team from Kingfisher will
conduct initiation services for new
members of the local auxiliary fol-
lowing a covered dish dinner at
7 P m. Thursday at the Legion
hall. Mrs. Helen Shafenberg heads
Mrs. John *Fitch is in charge of
arrangements for the dinner, as-
sisted by Mrs Walter Gilmore, jr
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. one-way street. $24 for gotng ! All members are urged to altond
through two red lights and $7 for I the meeting, accord,ng u, Mrs. W
failing to stop at a stop sign. J B. Cosgrove, presidrnt
BROKE ALL RULES
CHARLESTON, W. Va. —(UR)—
Charles F. Kirby. 24. paid $92 in
fines for six traffic violations piled
up on a single trip through the
city. He was fined $27 for reckless
driving charge, $17 for speeding.
To Conduct Initiation
Q How can I remove fruit stains
A. Pour boiling water over the
stains before washing the article.
If the stains seem stubborn, rub
with a little lard and then proceed
to wash as usual.
Q. How can I treat a new shoe
that hurts at the heel?
A. When a new shoe hurts at the
heel, a very effective remedy is to
rub the inside of the heel with
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SANITATION STUDY START8
NORMAN, June 20— (Special i—
slate sanitarians and University
of Oklahoma students of public
health are combining experience
with Instruction this summer. At
the same time, they arc getting
OU credits for their work. They
are enrolled in a 12-weck field
sanitation training course, study-
ing all phases of community health
problems. Program sponsors are
♦hr Oklahoma state department of
public health, the U. S. public
health service, the Cleveland coun-
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school of public health.
GIVES YOU FOR
SERVICE FOR 6
6 Dinner or Grille Forks
6 Dinner or Grille Knives
6 Round Bowl or Oval Bowl
i Butter Knife
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BALLOTS DOUBLY SAFE
WHEELING, W. Va. —(U.R>— A
precinct official finished checking
the votes in a municipal election,
locked the ballot box and then
dropped the keys inside "so I
wouldn’t lose them.” The lock had
to be cut off at the city clerk's of-
fice to get the box open.
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Miss Louise Spears, north of B1
Reno, was hostess to the Uptown
Business and Professional Women’s
club for a picnic supper Tuesday
evening. She was assisted by her
mother, Mrs. Florence Spears.
During a short business meeting
held following the supper, It was
announced a board meeting will be
held at 8 p. m., Tuesday in the
home of Mrs. John Garrett, 2460
Towns End drive.
Mrs. A. D. Cox, Jr, Mildred Cook,
Mrs. Christine Mlnter and Miss
Audrey Pinks Mm were appointed to
make arrangements for the break-
fast meeting in July. The date and
place of the breakfast will be an-
Miss Mary Burge, president, pre-
sided during the business meeting.
Guests for the supper were Mrs.
H. O. Cloud, Miss Joan Hutson, Miss
Beverly Laughlin, Evalee Bpears,
Snyder, and Mrs. Spears.
Members present included Mrs.
Lester Bowling, Mrs. R. A. Watkins,
Mrs. Dillard Crump, Jr., Mrs. J. O.
Kubon, Mrs. Gene Miller, Mrs. San-
ford N. Turk. Mrs. Dave Norvell,
Mrs. Gertrude Osborne. Miss Elaine
Hess, Miss Hazeldean Hardwick,
Miss Lillie Mae Schumacher, Miss
Frieda Leek, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Cook,
Mrs. Mlnter, Miss Pinkston, Miss
Burge and Miss Spears.
* • •
Miss Edsel Leads
Miss Margaret Edsel, home dem-
onstration agent, gave a demonstra-
tion on "Family Life” posters when
the Triangle home demonstration
club met Monday afternoon in the
home of Mrs. T. J. Fedderson, 1120
South Hoff. Mrs. Ralph Whitlock
served as co-hostess.
After a short business meeting,
Mrs. Frank Blanc, lesson leader,
presented the lesson on "Emotional
Needs." Refreshments were served
at the close of the meeting.
Miss Edsel was a guest and mem-
bers present were Mrs. Ocorgc Bell,
Mrs. R. M. King, Mrs. Charles Bol-
linger. Mrs. Leonard Jensen. Mrs.
Bud Chappell, Mrs. Roy Joule, Mrs.
Floyd Hofmann and Mrs. Garland
Also Mrs. Ralph Bollinger, Mrs.
Marion Brodersen, Mrs. John Por-
ter. Mrs. J. D. Rinderhagen. Mrs.
Edwin Porter, Mrs. H. B. Flippen,
Mrs. Fred Von Tungeln, Mrs. Blanc,
Mrs. Whitlock and the hostess.
Mrs. Blanc, 1107 South Rock Is-
land. will be hostess for the next
meeting on July 16. Mrs. P. C.
Canon will be co-hostess.
—Photo by Powell-Owen Studio
B. M. McGinley
I> M. (Mack i McGinley, agent
for the Oreat Southern Life
Iasurance company, was born in
Kansas City, Kan., and received
his early education at Kingman,
He attended Oklahoma A. and
M. college, Stillwater, and for a
time taught rural school in Ma-
jor county, Oklahoma.
For 15 Vj years he was man-
ager of Safeway stores in the
state, including 10 years with the
store in E2 Reno.
McGinley is a member of the
Elks lodge and the F*resbytcrian
church. His hobby is fishing.
Married, he lives at 1035 South
Hadden, and has two sons, Ver-
non, of Yukon, Jim of the home,
and a daughter, Donna Jeanne,
also of the home.
Q. When one enters a restaurant
! carrying several packages, where
j should these bundles be placed?
j A. If there Is no check room,
t place them on a vacant chair at
the table. If the restaurant Is
i crowded, then place the packages
under your own chair.
I Q- Should a wife receive her
1 husband’s guests at a stag party?
I A. No, it is better not. This is an
"all-man party," the husband is
the host, and he should certainly
be the one to receive his guests.
Q. Instead of saying "How do
you do,” when being introduced,
isn't it all right merely to speak
then name of the person. 'Mr. Wil-
A. This sounds just a little on
the Inadequate side. It Is much
better to employ the usual form,
"How do you do.”
DIPLOMA LONG DELAYED
jof N. Nlsaen, S3, a physiothera-
pist, received his diploma from
Deerfield academy after 15 yean'
delay and a 3,000 mile trip. Nlsaen
didn’t finish with his class of 1916
and spent the past three and a
half decades catching up with the
required credits. He got his diplo-
ma after arriving here from Van-
spots, does a world of good
LET THERE BE LIGHT
CLEVELAND, Ohio —(U.RJ— For
people who lose valuable objects,
such as false teeth In shallow water,
the General Electric company of-
fers a word of advice. Company of-
ficials say a regular flashlight can
be operated under water, if the
lens Is taken out and the bulb not
lit until it Is under the water.
The Clearest and
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