The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 14, Ed. 1 Monday, March 17, 1952 Page: 3 of 6
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Monday, March IT, 1962
Week1* Budget Style
About Home Folks
Sergeant and lira. Albert X.
Brown and son, Tony, an expected
to arrive Monday evening for a
vtalt with hla paranu, Mr. and
Mra. Olen A Brawn, 1M0 But
Kogan. They an enrauta from
Lowry airforce baae, Denver Goto.,
to laike field, Phoenix, Aria. Brown
plana to leave Tuaaday. HU wife
and aon will remain hen for a
BT TRIBUNE COUUrOKOWT
YUKON, March 17-Memhera of
the Future Hoanamaken club have
received a vet of pottery tat the
"Wagon Wheel" pattern from the
local Yukon Uops club.
The nu member* will earn the
table* at the regular meeting* and
banquet* of the Uona club at a
The atata crganlaatlon of PUtura
Homemaker* of America U men*
aorlng a booth at the "Homo Show,"
In tho Zebra room of the Municipal
auditorium In Oklahoma City
Match 21-29. Oroup* of Yukon
FHA member* will ataff tho booth
each afternoon and evening during
the enttn week. ThU booth will
be one of the few non-commercial
exhibit* In the "Home Show.” It
will dlaplay clothing, table arrange-
ment*. home improvement project*,
toy* and craft* and other artlclaa
to rapraaant a crou-cut section of
the many unit* of study Included
Plod M. Rowan to Laura P. Maw*
ell. Part at I-11-4.
Andenon-Mchard ofl earpera-
tion and Hpeada oH rnrpcratlan to
C. R. Purdln and Helen H. Pmdtafc '
part of tS-U-t; Btahacd L> Purdtn ,
and OpU L Purdln, part oI 1S-U-
•; Bdith L. Watt and John O. Warn,
part of UMl-«; Pranklta John
and WOMEN'S PAGE
Mrs. Florence Heitzman
Is Club Hostess Friday
Mr*. Florence Hdtxmtn. MO
West Watt*, was 'bootees to the
Pact Madam Pnaidonfi dub Fri-
Mn. H. 8. McGee, pnddent, pro-
sided during the meeting and con-
test prise* during the social hour
were swarded Mn. Clyde Haynes
and Mr*. McGee.
Other member* present were Mn.
W. C. Whltaere, Mn. L. 1. Plaeue,
Mn. Joe Williamson of Oklahoma
City and Mn. Jet* Williams.
The next meeting will be April 11
with Mn. Williamson In Oklahoma
Chapter M of PBO. Hoaten. Mn.
B. C. Hick*. MM Bunas! drive.
Chapter AB of PBO. HMtess. Min
Mary Aahbraok, 1013 South Hoff.
Bebekoh lodge. Meeting at IOOF
Prisndly Sewing dub. Hosteu,
P. L. Nash, llOS West Warreh.
Tuaaday Twelve. Hoetese, Mra.
WUllam L. Marshall, 110 South
port of 0-11*1; On Hagw and
Clara Bayer, 0-11-0; B. D. PhlDkya
and Margaret Phillips, part of 0*
11-0; Bdward Stojskal and TZBo
Stejakal, part of U-ll-4; O. O. Kit-
vanek. ami Okra Kri van ek, part of
11-11-0; Ruben J. Merrill and
Laura J. Merrill, part of
34-11-0; John O. Watt and Bdith
L. Watt, part of M-11-0; MoUto
Peacock and H. O. Peacock, port *f
34-11-4; Pauline Prance* KorUVy
and W. L. Horllvy, part at 34-11-
0; Suite C. Bake, Jaeak B. Marar,
J. H. Mercer, et al, part of 14-U-g.
Dr. and Mn. H. Jack Bkkaney
of Memphis, Term., wen guaeta
over the week-end In the homo*
of her aunt, Mr*. Hoy B. Cox, 1113
South Barker, and her brother,
Paul P. Brinkley, and Mn. Brink-
ley, (14 South Macomb.
Ml** Faye Donham of Oklahoma
City and Mr. and Mn. Clyde Don-
ham of Mayrvlll*, were guests over
the week-end of Mr. and Mn.
P. J. Donham, 307 North Barker.
P. J. Donham 1* a brother of Mix*
Donham and Clyde Donham.
Ladle* Auxiliary to the Brother-
hood of Ball road Trainmen. Meet-
ing at Trainmen hall.
Tuaaday Afternoon Canasta club.
Hostess, Mn. L. I. Fl*cus, Chappie
Tuesday players. Hostess, Mn.
Sim Richard Seville, 907 South
BBC dub. Hostess, Mrs. w. L.
Oonnally, 313 North. Evan*.
Louise Chapman Missionary so-
ciety of the Church of the Naaa-
rene. Hosteu, Mrs. Ray Bunnell.
MO West Martin. Meet by at 7:30
Rebekah lodge. Meeting at the
IOOP hall at 13 noon. Covered
dish luncheon Hbnoring put noble
Women's Christian Temperance
Union. District rally it the Wesley
Methodist church at 0:30 am.
Meeting at Trinity Baptist church
at 7:30 pm.
Birthday club. Hoaten, Mn.
Charles Carmichael, 011 South B-
Round Table Study dub. Hosteu,
Mn. M. H. Sheldon, Reformatory
Jayce Jayne*. Hoaten, Mn. Jack
Util, 1103 South Macomb. Business
abounds the Boiler Derby today
la Barbara Mateer, 10, af tho
Chicago Wasteroen, all iraaaad
op far Enter. (NBA)
Mn. Alvin Alcorn, home economies
teacher, k assisting the ataff of
tho state deportment of home eco-
nomics with plan* and arrange-
ments for the booth.
The Ladles Alter society of St.
John's church met Tuesday after-
noon with Mrs. j. p. Krouttl with
13 memben present and one guest,
Mn. John McOlnley, of Los An-
Plana wen completed for a St.
Patricks party to be held Monday
night at the Legion hall for mem-
ben of the parish.
Plans wen also made for an Ou-
ter food sale to be held on April 13.
The hostess served refreshments
Mn. Henry Kelly will be hasten
at the next meeting on April 1 with
Min Agnes Taborek u assistant
Tom Poole Honored
At Saturday Dinner
Mr. and Mn. Bverett McCulley.
ill North Barker, wera hosts far
a 7 o'clock dinner Saturday eve-
ning complimenting Tom Poole,
who loft Sunday far Dallu, Tex.,
to enter the navy.
Guests wen Dak Henry, Don
Shuttee. Arthur Crook, Mn. Aliens
Poole, Mn. Prances Shuttee, Oloria
Imboden, the honor** and the
Mrs. Clarence Lorenaen, Ml
South Hadden, lfr. and Mn. Lloyd
Loronatn, sons, Kenneth and Billy,
734 South Mahan, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. George Cullers
and sen, Kent, In Ardmore. Mrs.
Cullen k a daughter of Mn. Clar-
ence Locwnaen and a sister of
Uoyd Lorenzen. She and her aon
aeeompanled the group home for
Brina Lee Baker vs. Lonnie Otens
Lillie Mae Orleael vs. Adolph
Claudia Irene Hudgens n. D. C.
Lillian Mm Brown vs. Herbert
Opal I. Hold*way vs. W. L. Hold-
Mary Lois Johnson vs. Owen D.
Coltnia A. Garrett vs. Janus
Teresa Paulin* Burton vs. Harold
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Is Studied by Gass
El Reno's vocational agriculture
classes, under the Instruction of
M. J. Robertson, an studying land
TWIN BOYB—Mr. and Mn. Bdd
Stiner, Banner, are the parents of
twin sons, born Sunday In the
Laughton clinic. The babies weigh-
ed eight pounds each.
First Christian CWF
Meeting Held Sunday
The Christian Youth Fellowship
of the Pint Christian church held
their regular weekly meeting at 8
o’clock Sunday afternoon at the
Buddy Milas was In charge of
the lesson and Mary Louise Barker
was program chairman. The les-
son and program was followed by
alette gome*. Refreshment* served
during the social hour were In the
St. Patrick day motif.
Quests were Janet Schroeder.
Charles Keith dork. Birdie Jeon
Doke. Chari* Beth Shaw and Mr.
and Mra. Joe Oraen.
Members present were Betty
Mile*. Mery Louise Barker, Judy
Rami, Marilyn Show. Kathryn Hi-
ker, Brenda Weldenmater, Dorothy
Swingle. Janice Walteee, Patricia
Xna, Velva Smiri. Gwendolyn
Thomas, Joyce Ann Jackson. Buddy
Miles, Oaylord Show and Um spon-
sors, Mr. and Mrs. Jrhn Shaw,
Mn. John T. LeMaater of Okla-
homa City, spent Sunday with her
daughter, Mn. Forrest Nave, 111
South Rock bland.
judging of liveatock, and the green
bug problem, this six weeks.
The boy* an also making prepa-
ration for their annual parent-son
PPA banquet, which Is sponsored
each year by the D Rano IJone
club. It elU be held In EtU Dale
junior high auditorium, March 31.
BOY — Mr. and Mrs. Bryon
Sweeney, Union City, are the par-
ents of a son, bom Sunday in the
K! Reno sanitarium. The baby
weighed nine pounds, IS ounce*.
Private Pint Class Sidney B
Ashley and Corporal Oordon Mil-
ter of Port Sam Houston, Son An-
tonio. Tex., spent the week-end in
the home of Ashley's parents, Mr.
and'Mrs. Ethan A. Ashley, 701
Those present were Mn. H. C.
Holloway, Mn. P. J. Holly, Mn.
Barney Ktehlbeuch. Mias Rose
Kastl, Mn. Ralph Lawson, Mr*.
Thomas McKinney, Mra. Sam She-
Don, Jr., Mn. George Sokolosky,
Mn. 8. J. Bhahan, Mice Agnes Ta-
borek, Mn. Joe Mflgerua, Mn. Paul
Weaver and Mra. C. B. Weller, f
Whan tho Women’s Society at
Christian Service of the Methodist
church met at the church Wednes-
day afternoon, Mn. N. X. Atwood
waa leader of the lesson on "The
Deacorniest' of the Church."
Twenty-two memben wen pres-
ent and one guest, Mrs. peorge
Nord of Jackson, Mich.
Mn. Ruth Barrett gave the de-
votional on "Laborers Together
Refreshments wen served at the
close of the meeting. The aoeeity
win meet with Mn. R. A. Myers in
two weeks. The lesson will be the
continuation of the study book,
to Marian Martin,
D Reno Daily Tribune, No. 340,
Pattern Dept., 333 West ltth St..
New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly
name, address with sise and style
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Jerman, chil-
dren, Betty Lap and Jackie Carol,
at Gassy spent the week-end In
the homes of Mr. Jerman's and
Mn. Jarman's parents, Mr. and
Mn. Oale jerman. 101 North
Moore, and Mr. and Mn. P. R.
Johnson, 1301 last Oak.
Fetes June Duncan
June Duncan waa honored on
her l#th birthday anniversary Sun-
day whan her grandparent*, Mr.
and Mn. Ban McDuffes, 301 Sun-
set drive, entertained with a l
Ooesta other than the honorae
and tha hosts wen Mr. and Mn.
Oari Duncan, add. Lorry, daughter,
toarol Sue and KSnneth Paulsen or
The dinner table was centered
with a large birthday oaks and the
afternoon was spent Informally.
A Complete Home Laund
Bast Oak. Meeting at 3:1b p.m.
Woman’s Society af Christian
Service of Wesley Methodist church.
General meeting in the church
parior at 3 p.m.
Christian Women's fellowship of
the Pint Christian church. General
meeting at tbs church. The Naomi
group will be hostess for the lunch-
son at 13:43 p. m.
American Legion auxiliary. Meet-
ing at the Legion hall.
Good Neighbor club. Hosts, Mr.
and Mn. M. H. Reding and Mr.
and Mn. W. A. Kortemeier. Wiener
Woman's Auxiliary to Christ Me-
morial Episcopal church. Hostels,
Mrs. Ollbert G. Curtis, 111 South
TLF club. Hostess, Mn. Harry
Hummell. 112 North Admire.
Elk's auxiliary. Meeting at the
Bk’s home. Election of officers.
Women's Missionary Union of the
Pint Baptist church;
Zelma Hailock circle. Hostess,
Mn. 8. E. Huddleston, 130 South
Barker. Meeting at 9:30 a. m.
Helen Carpenter circle. Hostess,
Mn. Horace Ivester, 1117 South
Macomb. Meeting at 1:30 a. m.
Ruby Howie circle. Hostess, Mra.
Robert Nichols, 3431 Towns End
drive. Meeting at 3 p. to.
Leslie Williams circle. Hostess,
Mn. L. D. Thomas, 1317 West War-
ren. Meeting at 3 p. m.
Mary Ethridge circle. Hostess,
Mrs. Oeorgs Jones, 700 West Wade.
Meeting at 3 p. m.
Louisa Copeland circle. Hostess,
Mrs. R. L Stevenson, 1104 West
Wads. Masting at 2 p.m.
Pauline Cammack circle. Hostess,
Mrs. Harold Brinkley, 100 South
Rena Masting at 3 p.m.
Darlene Hail circle. Hostess. Mrs.
R. T. Huddart, 704 Sooth Williams.
Meeting at 3 p.m.
Mr. and Mn. Haydn J. Davis. 313
South Rock Island, had as their
7 o'clock dinner guests Saturday
evening. Mr. and Mn. Sidney P.
Wharton and Mr. and Mrs. Georgs
P. Avritt, all of Oklahoma city.
NAMBD TO FRATERNITY
Molbero W. Nixon, D Reno high-
school bond director, has been se-
lected as a member of Phi Beta
Mu, notional honorary fraternity
for bond directors. It was an-
announcsd Monday by Hiram Hen-
ry. Oklahoma A. and M. college,
secretary of the organisation.
ON JOB VOCALIST
GALESVILLE. Wls. —<UJ0— Paw
riahionen of Zion Lutheran Churcto1
heard the Rev. 8. E. Vevang's ser-
mon even though their pastor was
quarantined with scarlet fever. The
paator recorded hla sermon and sent
It to church.
Agriculture Lisa* Spreading
Call C. B. Msrvsiiti MM-W-8
*r J. B. lenten* 179-J
How Can I?
Q. Bow should one eat chines?
A. Soft chases can be spread on
a cracker with a knife. Hard
cheeses such a* American, are eat-
en either with the fork or finger*.
Q. How can I prevent boiled po-
tatoes from becoming watery?
A. This is usually caused by al-
lowing the potatoes to remain In
water after they are oooked. Test
them with a fork, and ,as soon as
they are tender, drain and Shake
them for a minute over a low fire.
Q How can I keep eggs fresh for
a longer time?
A. Eggs can be kept fresh for a
longer time than ordinarily If but-
ter-or glycerine la nibbed thorough-
ly over them.
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Kansas Guests Feted
With Dinner Sunday
Miss PhD Better, 731 Sunset
drive, entertained With a 13 o'clock
dinner Sunday honoring Staff Ser-
geant and Mn. ,Wayn* Long of
Wichita, Baa -
Other guests wen Miss Doris
Brooks, Mr. and Mn, Jot Hotter
and daughten, Jo Ann and Mary,
of Union City. Louis Slater of
Okarche, Georg* .Better. Paul Bet-
ter of Lawton, AHCgtttr of Chand-
ler. the hoDcitao and the hnetem
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 14, Ed. 1 Monday, March 17, 1952, newspaper, March 17, 1952; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc923869/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.