The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 183, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 1, 1950 Page: 3 of 12
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Sunday, October 1, 1950
El Reno '(Okla.) Daily Tribune
Mrs. Christine Minter
Is Hostess To
Wesleyan Service guild of Wes-
ley Methodist church met in the
home of Mrs. W. R. Buckner, 309
S. Barker, Thursday evening, with
18 members and two guests pres-
Assistant hostesses were Mrs. J.
B. McCullough and Mrs. Joe Muir.
Miss Twlla Reuter gave the de-
votions, while Miss Rosa Pierce
presented the program on “Health
Through a Brotherhood of Na-
tions.” Miss Wanda Simmons sang
a solo, “Prom Thee All Skill and
Science Plow,” accompanying her-
self on an autoharp.
During the business meeting,
•with Mrs. Garland E. Etheridge,
president, in charge, Miss Reuter
made a report on the rummage
sale held in August. Mrs. Muir was
elected treasurer to replace Miss
Lydia Williams, who has moved out
of town. Mrs. M. W. Mitchell, jr„
reported on the district guild
meeting held in Clinton on Sept.
24. Mrs. Edna McMahan Kelly and
Mis. Mitchell were elected as rep-
resentatives to assist the district
guild secretary with her work.
Next meeting ol the guild will be
with Mrs. Blanche Pischer, 621
South Barker, Oct. 26. Miss Marie
Shacklett and Miss Josephine Hod-
j nett will assist Mrs. Pischer.
Guests Thursday evening were
Miss Goldy Patterson and Mrs.
Mary Virginia Cooper.
Members in attendance included
Mrs. Walter Wilson, Mrs. Raymond
Wyatt, Mrs. W. J. Stoehr, Dr.
Louise Pox, Mrs. H. S. Alexander,
Miss Gladys Jensen, Miss Aurelia
Beck, Mrs. Buckner, Mrs. Muir,
Mrs. McCullough, Mrs. Mitchell,
Mrs. Etheridge. Mrs. Pischer. Mrs.
Kelly, Miss Hodnett, Miss Pierce,
Miss Reuter and Miss Simmons.
How Can I?
Q. How can I prevent chair legs
i from denting the linoleum?
A. Buy rubber crutch tips and
; place on the bottoms of the chair
, legs. These will prevent the chair
I legs from making dents in the lino-
leum, and also avoid much noise
when movng the chairs around.
Q. How can X make use of soapy
A. It is claimed that soapy dish
water thrown on the rose bushes
will cause them to thrive.
Q. How can I utilize the short
ends and scraps oi candles?
A. Put them all together in a
small cotton bag and use on iron-
ing day to keep the irons from
T eachers Are
Mrs. Adolphine Schartel and
Miss Marie Link home economics
teachers from the Province of Ba-
varia, gave talks on their work and
schools in Bavaria when the Reno
Valley home demonstration club
Mrs. Virdin Royse, north of El
Reno, served as hostess and Mrs.
Bill Wallace was co-hostess.
After the noon luncheon, Mrs.
B. H. Reding conducted the busi-
ness meeting. Roll call was an-
swered with “A job I need to im-
A letter was read on the mental
hygiene drive and the club voted
to contribute $2 to the fund. Mrs.
Bill Wallace gave a report on the
state fair. Tne lesson on “Doing
Housework the Easy Way" was
given by Mrs. R. J. Powell, Jr.
Guests included Mrs. Clarence
Schein, Mrs. Hubert Smith, Mrs.
Ralph Royse, Jr., Mrs. Schartel and
Miss Unk. Tnere were 20 members
The next meeting will be Oct. 24
with Mrs. Edwin Kirch, east of El
Bible Class Holds
The regular Friday luncheon and
quilting session was held bv the
Every Woman’s Bible class at the
First Christian church.
The devotions were given by
Mrs. C. T. Bradney.
Those present were Mrs. R. A.
McClain, Mrs. F. R. Gaughorn,
Mrs. Sylvia Heiligman, Mrs. C. H.
Todd, Mrs. Oeorge Swisher, Mrs.
Vern Peterson, Mrs. E. A. Godfrey,
Mrs. Bess Breeze, Mrs. Emmett
Mark, Mrs. Nell Lovell, Mrs. Fan-
nie Frosch, Mrs. M. M. Golden,
Mrs. E. B. Godfrey, Miss Minnie
Connelly and Mrs. Bradney.
* * *
MRS. KEITH VISITS
Mrs. H. C. Keith, 101 North Ma-
comb. is visiting in Chicago, 111,,
with her brother-in-law and sister!
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Borland
and also witti her niece, Mrs. Arne
Platel and Mr. Platel.
A Gold Star Mother’s party to
be held Friday afternoon, Oct. 6
at the VFW clubhouse, was an-
nounced by Mrs. N. C. Lewis,
youth activities chairman, when
the VFW auxiliary met for their
regular meeting Thursday evening
at the clubhouse.
Mrs. Ray Harper, president, pre-
sided at the meeting.
Mrs. Lewis, assisted by Mrs. Cal-
vin Boyle, department patriotic in-
structor, together with the youth
group, took part in the national
Kid’s day parade.
Mrs. Lewis has charge of youth
parties each week. A party for
youngsters ages 12 to 18 is held on
Monday night and ages 5 to 12 is
held on Friday night at the club-
Further plans were made by the
auxiliary to sponsor the FHA girls
hi the sewing project.
Mrs. L. D. Gilley, hospital chair-
man, reported on the jelly shower
and on homemade cakes that were
sent to the Veteran hospital at
A needy veteran’s family in El
Reno has been supplied with cloth-
ing during the past week.
Mrs. Fred Barrett, national home
chairman, reported that each mem-
ber of the auxiliary has Christmas
cards which are for sale to the
Mrs. S. H. Foster, junior vice
president, urged members to bring
donations to Peggy’s treasure
chest for honorable points. The
auxiliary voted to donate a bed-
spread to the chest.
A junior vice president's party
has been planned for auxiliary
members only. The date will be
A motion was made to donate
$10 to the Company B recreation
fund and $15 to the resuscitator
Mrs. Harper read a thank you
letter from Mrs Floyd Nesbitt, a
member, who is ill in San Angelo,
Mrs. Harper was awarded the
* * *
MRS. DAVIS WINS
TOP GOLF FLIGHT
Thursday’s play of the Women’s
Golf club was for low net.
Championship flight was won by
Mrs. H. G. Davis, while other win-
ners were Mrs. Garland Sears, class
A, and Mrs. Bob Evans, class B.
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Wranglers club. Hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Paler, Concho. Wiener
Eagles auxiliary. Business meet-
ing at the Eagles hall.
Childcraft club. Hostess, Mrs.
Jess Burge, 421 South Hoff avenue.
West Way club. Hostess, Mrs.
H. S. McGee, 501 South Miles ave-
nue. Co-hostess, Mrs. Emil Dobe-
ritz. Luncheon at 1 p.m.
Past Matrons club. Hostess, Mrs.
E. H. Pox, 813 South Duane avenue.
Covered dish dinner at 6:30 p.m.
IOOF lodge. Regular meeting
and revision of by-laws in IOOF
hall at 7:30 p.m.
New Hope Sewing club. Hostess,
Mrs. A. Griesel, 901 North Evans
Rebekah lodge. Regular meeting
in IOOF hall at 7:30 p. m.
Chapter M of POE. Hostess, Mrs.
B. U. Rector, 803 South Duane.
Luncheon at 1 p. m.
Rich Valley home demonstration
club. Hostess, Mrs. M. A. Jeffrey,
east of El Reno.
Variety club. Hostess, Mrs. Ida
Wagner, 1001 Sunset drive. Card
Sterling Thimble club. Hostess,
Mrs. W. H. Aycock, northwest of
GIA. Hostess, Mrs. H. B. Little,
316 North Rock Island. Meeting at
2 p. m.
Members of the Park Ridge So-
cial club presented Mrs. Glen Dil-
lard witti miniature china figurines
when they met in her home, 520
South Mahan, Wednesday evening.
High score at canasta was won
by Mrs. Morris Anderson and low
score was awarded Mrs. Boyd Ab-
Members present were Mrs. Jim-
mie Kintz, Mrs. George Cutler, Mrs.
Jasper Kroll, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs.
Abrahamson and the hostess.
The next meeting will be Oct. 11,
with Mrs. Prank Hill, 532 South
Mrs. Fox Is
Mrs. E. E. Pox was luncheon
hostess to the Royal Neighbors of
America when they met Thursday
for an all day meeting.
The business session was con-
ducted by Mrs. C. P. Huggins. The
program was presented by Mrs.
Jake Leske, program chairman; a
vocal duet given by Mrs. L. E.
Craig and Mrs. Leske; readings
were given by Mrs. Harriet San-
ford, Mrs. Glen Craven and Mrs.
M. A. Schmoyer; a trio composed
of Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Craven and
Mrs. Leske presented several vo-
cal numbers; piano selections by
Mrs. R. W. Roofe and Mrs. Dyer.
Mrs. G. W. Wallace was a guest
for the meeting. The mystery
package was awarded to Mrs.
Members present were Mrs. E.
G. Rugg, Mrs. Myrtle Samuelson,
Mrs. Sidney Schmcyer, Mrs. J. A.
Van Alstine, Mrs. Katherine Brad-
ly, Mrs. Effie Valliant, Mrs. T. A.
Harris, Mrs. D. H. Jackson, Mrs.
Rebecca Milbradt, Mrs. E. D.
Mark, Mrs. Ethel Winn, Mrs. V.
A. Mount, Mrs. Maggie Essex, Mrs.
W. p. Stockton. Mrs. Ross Pox,
Mrs. C. H. Williams, Mrs. George
Thierry, Mrs. Maude Parish, Mrs.
Marie Kamra, Mrs. Minnie Rum-
felt, Mrs. R. E. Frid, Mrs. Fox,
Mrs. Leske, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Crav-
en, Mrs. Dyer, Mrs. Roofe, Mrs.
Schmoyer, Mrs. Sanford and Jim-
The next meeting will be Oct.
12 with Mrs. M. A. Schmoyer, 505
New Name Given
Club by Members
Mrs. J. N. Lovett was introduced
as a new member when the Friend-
ly Workers club met Friday after-
noon with Mrs. W. J. Wyrick, 215
Members presented dish cloths to
the hostess and Mrs. O. C. Bollin-
ger was awarded the door prize.
The club voted to change ’ the
name of the club from the Friend-
ly Workers club to the W and E
Members present were Mrs. Eva
Hodnett, Mrs. P. T. Hoofard, Mrs.
E. S. Epps, Mrs. W. E. Ballew. Mrs.
W. L. Adams, Mrs. A. C. Tisor,
Mrs. Bollinger, Mrs. Lovett and the
The next meeting will be Oct. 13,
with Mrs. Adams, 206 North K.
* * *
Masonic Group Has
Pot Luck Supper
Members of the Social Order of
Beauceant met in the Masonic
temple Thursday evening for a pot
Miss Louise Spears was a special
Others attending were Mrs. J. A.
Van Aldstins, Mrs. Florence Spears,
Mrs. H. S. McGee, Mrs. George
Purcell, Mrs. S. W. Sanford, Mrs.
Columbus Hall, Mrs. Henry Behne,
Mrs. W. K. Misephelter, Mrs. Harry
Bradley and Mrs. Edna Kelley.
A short business meeting was
conducted by Mrs. McGee and
games were played during the re-
mainder of the evening.
The next meeting will be Oct. 12
at the Masonic temple.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 183, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 1, 1950, newspaper, October 1, 1950; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc923817/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.