The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 146, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1955 Page: 2 of 6
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The El Reno (Okla.) Dally Tribune
Friday, August 19, 1955
Mrs. L. D. Murphy was elected
president of the Birthday club
Thursday, during an all day meet-
ing at the home of Mrs. Dick Mur-
phy, 818 East Watts.
Co-hostess for the meeting and
covered dish luncheon served at
noon was Mrs. W. E. Murphy.
Other officers elected were Mrs.
W. E. Murphy, vice president; Mrs.
Nellie DeFrance, secretary-treas-
urer; and Mrs John Onan, report-
Secret pal names were drawn for
the coming year, and two new
members, Mrs. Aaron Grulkey,
and Mrs. Robert Meyers were wel-
comed by the group.
Pitch was played during the aft-
ernoon with high score going to
Mrs. Clyde Haynes. Second high
score was won by Mrs. G. H. Schu-
macher and low score favor went
to Mrs. Nellie DeFrance.
Others present included Mrs.
Ralph Heitzman, a guest, and Mrs.
L. I. Fiscus, Mrs. E. A. Fuller,
Mrs. F. M. .Heitzman, Mrs. Sue
Hilburn, Mrs. Herman Lemke,
Mrs. Jess Williams, Mrs. Eva
Baldridge, and Mrs. A. C. De-
A family picnic will be held the
evening of Sept. 11 at the large
sbolter in Adams park.
* * *
Baptist Bible Class
Has Family Picnic
A family picnic was held Thurs-
day evening by members of the
(lolden Circle Bible class of the
First Baptist church, at the large
shelter in Adams park.
Serving as hostesses were Mrs.
Homer Smudrick, Mrs. W. M. Bar-
ber, Mrs. Roy Hines, and Mrs. Ed-
Other members and guests pres-
ept were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Snodgrass; Mrs. B. R. McCain and
Janie Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Foster and Tanis; Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Wilkerson, Paula Kay, and
Don; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fair-
child, Monty, and Micheal; Mrs.
Phil Rice and Becky; Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Monroe, Peggy, and Judy;
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cox, Linda,
Lanita, and Kay; Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Choate; Mr. and Mrs. Don
Stevenson, Denise, and Bobby; Ed-
ward VonTungeln and Teena; Ho-
mer Smudrick, Joyce, and Mary
Frances; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Rukes; and Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Burker, Gary, Pamela, and Me-
Next regular meeting will be
Sept. 2 with Mrs. R. C. Kinkade,
1421 West Blake.
* * *
Mrs. George Foreman, 1102 South
Hoff, was hostess Thursday morn-
ing at a coffee honoring her niece,
Miss Billye Ruth Etchison of
Pierce, McIntosh county.
The hostess was assisted by Mrs.
Walter Buss, and Mrs. Joe Stady.
The refreshment table was cov-
ered with a brown lace cloth, and
centered with an arrangement of
Jerre Beth Senn presided at the
Among the guests were Mrs. H.
K, Kiker and daughter, Kathy;
Mrs. Paul Wilson and Sharon; Mrs.
Keith Anderson and Donna; Mrs.
Kelly Barlow and Janet; Mrs.
Charles Varnell and Sue; Mrs. Er-
nest Kunneman and Nancy; Mrs.
Ray Dillingham and Mrs. David
Glass; Mrs. Homer Stout and Kar-
en; Mrs. Jess Burge and niece, Pat
Hurley; Miss Jane Bailey; and
Mrs. Wilson Senn and Patricia.
Mrs. Senn is also the mother of
Jerre Beth Senn.
and WOMEN'S PAGE
Edited by MILDRED L. COKER—Phone 19
Mrs. James Davison was guest
of honor Thursday evening at a
pink and blue shower in Fellowship
hall of the First Baptist church.
Hostess was Mrs. Howard Pum-
phrey, with Mrs. Bob Stevenson
Guests were registered by Mrs.
Olen Daughety of Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Ervin Baker had charge of
The gift table was covered with
a white linen cloth. An old-time
cradle, holding twin dolls, was
placed on one end of the table
while at the other end was a chim-
ney filled with presents, by which
stood a stork holding a miniature
diaper, containing a baby doll, in
its mouth. A pink and blue color
scheme was used in all decora-
tions and other gifts were arranged
about the table.
Guests included Mrs. Roy Ander-
son and daughter, Lisa Kay, of
Clinton, Mrs. Daughety’s children,
Nancy Sue, and Jimmy of Okla-
homa City, Mrs Lucy Turpin, Mrs.
W. A. Anderson, Mrs. Alva Mc-
Donald, Mrs. R. E. Payton, Mrs.
R. A. Mullin and son, Marvin Ray,
Mrs. Baxter Galloway, Mrs. C. K.
Chase, Mrs. W. W. Jones, Norma
Davison, Mrs. D. I). Davison, Miss
Glen Evelyn McCarty, Mrs. R. T.
Huddart, Mrs. Eunice Ivester,
Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. W. E.
Barton, Mrs. George Shirey, Mrs.
Roy Stevenson, Mrs. Dan Warren,
Mrs. R. S. Choice, and Mrs. W. S.
Brown, mother of the honoree.
Gifts were sent by Mrs. Leslie
Cahill, Mrs. Riley Tarver, Mrs.
D. L. Jimerson, Mrs. Asa Mayfield,
Mrs. J. A. Cooper, Mrs. Ryan Rat-
liff, Mrs. Woodrow Barton, Mrs.
Don Jimerson, Mrs. Carl McMul-
lin, Miss Flora Mae Pinkston, Mrs.
Gene Martin, Mrs. M. A. Mitchell,
Mrs. Fred Lane, Mrs. Fred Clarke,
Mrs. Leonard Snodgrass, Mrs.
Frank Taylor, Mrs. S. E. Huddles-
ton, and Mrs. S. H. Love.
C a fen Jo
Jaycees and Jaynes. Dance at
Elks home for members and their
guests, 8 p m.
Jaycees and Jaynes. Regional
board meeting at Elks home, 8:30
Eagles Auxiliary. Social in Ea-
Town and Country home demon-
stration club. Hostess Mrs. Carl
Merveldt, north of El Reno, 9:30
Rebekah and Odd Fellow lodges.
Watermelon social for members
and their families at large shelter
in Adams park, 7:30 p.m.
El Reno BPW club. Picnic and
meeting at small shelter in Adams
park, 7:30 p.m.
Woman's Benefit association.
Meeting in IOOF hall, 2 p.m.
Tuesday Afternoon Canasta club.
Hostess Mrs. B. W. Roblyer, 703
North Bickford, 1:30 p.m.
YWE club. Hostess Mrs. Harry
llerberger, jr., 529 South Francis,
Calumet HD club. Ice cream so-
cial for members and their families
in Legion park, 7 p.m.
Reno Valley HI) club. Hostess
Mrs. Jim Burge, northwest of El
Reno, 2 p.m.
F.ntre Nous club. Hostess Mrs.
Harley Woods, 310 North Evans,
1:30 p m.
Short Stories... About Home Folks
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bollinger and
son, Terry Lynn of Wichita, Kan.,
are guests in the home of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. O C. Bollinger,
119 North Barker
Guy E. Selfridge, 518 South Rob-
erts, returned Friday morning from
a six-week visit with his son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
in N. Selfridge in Glendive, Mont.
He also visited Yellowstone Na-
tional park and the Big Horn moun-
tains in Wyoming.
Jack Slaughter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gail Slaughter, 1212 South
Macomb, left Friday for a business
trip to Beaumont, Tex.
Betty Brandley, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Brandley, south-
west of El Reno, is visiting with
her cousin, Mrs. Bill Anthony and
Mr. Anthony in Oklahoma City.
Mrs Jack Dyer and daughter,
Shanon Helen of Lawton are guests
of her mother, Mrs. Hattie Mc-
Whorter, 300 South Barker. Lieu-
| tenant Dyer plans to join his fam-
ily for the weekend.
•Cordej Paulsen, 801 South Duane,
has returned from a business trip
to Lubbock, Tex.
GOOD ENOUGH—Hula skirts
aren’t for Miss Hawaii of 1955,
pretty Barbara Vieira. Barbara,
in the U.S. for the Miss America
contest, says she’s too tall to
wear ti leaves, which make the
best hula skirts. So she wears
JUST A HABIT
LANESBORO, Mass. —HP)— At
87, George Walker recently climb-
ed 3,505 foot Mt. Greylock for the
Mr. and Mrs. George Opdenhoff
of Watonga will be the 7 o’clock
dinner guests Friday evening of
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert White, 155 South
Sll THI MAO 1C or MIXICO WOM
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lake and
children, Ricky and Susan, who
have been located at 505 South
Rock Island have moved to 1200
Mrs. Robert Zimmerman and
daughter, Mrs. Vernon Jones, who
were enroute from a vacation in
Thompson Falls, Mont., and Al-
buquerque, N. M., to their home
in Memphis, Tenn., visited Thurs-
day afternoon with Mrs. Forest
Nave, 511 South Rock Island.
BE SURE YOU BUY THE
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Dr. and Mrs. V. P. Cavanaugh
and daughter Kay, 1100 South Had-
den, have returned from a two-
week vacation in Colorado, Iowa
Q. When a bride has received a
gift from the office force, consist-
ing of perhaps a dozen employees,
how should she acknowledge it?
A. She may write a personal
letter of thanks to the chief clerk,
office manager, or the person she
knows had charge of the contribu-
tion towards the gift, asking this
person to thank the others.
Q. Is it necessary for a hostess
to rise when greeting a guest who
has just arrived, and other guests
are already present?
A. Yes, always. A hostess is very
discourteous who does not rise to
greet every guest.
Q. Is it all right to use the tele-
phone to acknowledge receipt of a
A. A sincere, personally written
note of thanks is in much better
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Adams and
son, Russell of Paris, Tex., are
spending the weekend with Mr.
and Mrs. Warne Brandley, south-
west of El Reno.
GRAND OLE OPRY
STAR featured with
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Fall Fashion Showing
SATURDAY, AUG. 20th-2:30 p. m.
Girls from Sewing Classes held last week will model
their garments for "BACK-TO-SCHOOL." Prizes to be
given in each group. Modeling also by Kelso's College
Girl Board. Free Door Prize.
Saturday Only! Special Values!
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• Knee Highs
e Sizes 8 \'i to 10 l/t
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 146, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1955, newspaper, August 19, 1955; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc923921/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.