The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 62, No. 63, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 13, 1953 Page: 3 of 6
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Wednesday, May 13,1963
El Rend TOklfJ Dally TriKdM
Rose Witcher P-TA Has
Final Meet of Year
Row Witcher Parent-Tree her
Association held the final meeting
of the 1963-53 school year at 3:30
p. m. Tuesday at the school.
The flag salute was led by Mrs.
William W. Doyle and Mrs. William
Bwlngle read the minutes of the
. t previous meeting. Mrs. Doyle pre-
• ' sided over the business session fol-
lowed by the program which was
Introduced by Mrs. John Irvine.
A vocal trio (imposed of Mrs.
Ramsey Hardy. Mrs. Kenneth Huf-
man and Mrs. Virgil Tilllnghast
sang "Alloh’s Holiday." They were
accompanied at the piano by Mrs.
Speakers for the afternoon were
Mrs. L. A. Garner, who talked on
“Water Safety;" Mrs. Richard Hor-
ton. “Vacation Reading Club:” Mrs
t Garland Etheridge. 'The Oirl Scout
Summer Activities," and Kenneth
Kamm. “Activities Offered For
Your Child.” General theme for
the talks was “Needs of Our Chil-
dren in the Summer.”
The attendance award was won
by the second grade room and first
grade mothers were In charge of
the social hour.
• • a
Mrs. Carter Elected
Stamp Club President
v Mrs. J. L. Carter was elected pre-
sident of the McWilliams Stamp
club durinR the regular meeting
Monday evening in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young, 906 South
Other officers include Mrs. O. R.
Romine, secretary-treasurer; Oscar
Romine, reporter, and Mrs. James
Mr. Romine, who was in charge
of the recent regional stamp ex-
hibit held here, reported stamps
I were exhibited from 19 different
cities. He also discussed the Junior
exhibits. Harvey Plaut gave a
stamp story. . ..
The next meeting will be June 8
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Ownby. 914 South Ellison.
• • *
Modern Reader’s Club
Hears Review of Book
* Mrs. W. C. Hamm reviewed the
I book, “This, My Brother," by Argye
M. Briggs, when the Modem Read-
er's club met Monday evening in
the home of Mr»t Fjjce Thompson,
west of El Reno. A covered diah
dinner preceded the program.
Mrs. R. E. Hill, a loaner member
of the club, was a guest and mem-
bers present were Mrs. Neal Golden,
Mrs. John Irvine. Mrs. Glenn Oneth,
Mrs. Altpn Baker, Mrs. J. F. Kuba-
la, Mrs. George Foreman, Mrs. Kel-
ly Barlow. Mrs. Charles Varnell,
* Mrs. H. O. Cloud, Mrs. R. B. Lar-
• son. Miss Nellie- Waldron, Mrs.
Hamm and Mrs. Thompson.
The June meeting will be In the
home of Mrs. Baker In Coyle.
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Miss Plunkett Plans
Two-Month Tour Abroad
Miss Rena Plunkett. 309 East
Wade, plans to leave El Reno May
* 31 for New York City. N. Y„ and
, will sail June 5 on the SS Italia
for a two-month tour of England,
Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg,
Germany. Switzerland, Italy and
Miss Plunkett will land at North
Hampton, England, and will em-
bark for the return trip at Le-
Havre, France, on the SS Italia.
She is a member of the faculty of
Rose Witcher school.
Rose Witcher Faculty
* Entertains With Party
The faculty of Rose Witcher
school entertained with a bon voy-
age dinner Monday evening In the
home of Mrs. Asa Mayfield, 1003
South Hoff, honoring Miss Rena
Plunkett, who plans to leave El
Reno May 5 for a European tour.
Those attending were Miss Glen
Evelyn McCarty. Mrs. H. C. Stead-
* man, Mrs. C. E. Hilton, Mrs. Fred
Van Busklrk, Mrs. HT V. Tilllnghast,
Mrs. Helen E. Dever, Mias Plunkett
and Mrs. Mayfield.
* * a
Tuesday Players Meet
With Mrs. FBrrest Nave
The Tuesday Pl&yers met in the
home of Mrs. Forrest Nave, 511
South Rock Island, at 8 o’clock
* In the games of bridge, high score
favores were awarded Mrs. Harry
A. Morris and Mrs. Gladnar A. Bar-
nard. A dessert course was served
by the hostess at the close of the
Hostess for the next meeting will
be Mrs. Sim R. Reville, 907 8outh
Smarting misery, amazingly relieved
when medicated Rmtaol— rich Ip
Itmolin—is applied to chafed stria,
f Lubricates, medicates, helps to heal.
Bathe tender thin with mild liahd Seep.
Fidelia Sunday school class of the
First Presbyterian church. Meeting
In the church pstrlor at 3 p. m.
General Society of Woman's
Work of the First Presbyterian
Division 4. Meeting in the church
parlor at 3 p. m. Hostesses. Mrs.
L. J. Paucon and Mrs. R. L.
Evening division. Hostess, Mrs.
T. 8. Williamson. 1030 South Wil-
liams. Meeting at 7:80 p. m.
American Legion. Meeting at the
Trinity Lutheran . Mission guild.
Meeting at the Trinity Lutheran
Tingle Belles club. Hostess. Mrs.
Leeland Luttrell, 902 South Duane.
ODO club. Hostess, Mrs. BUI
Blake, Banner route 1.
Royal Neighbors of America.
Meeting at the IOOF hall.
W and E club. Hostess. Mrs. E
B. BUUnger, 600 South Oresham.
Women's Missionary Union of the
First Baptist church. Meeting at
the church at 3 p. m. Royal Service
Christian Women's Fellowship of
the First Christian church. Meeting
at the church at 0 am. Service day.
Ladles Altar Society of Sacred
Heart Catholic church:
St. Francis Cabrlnl unit. Hostess,
Mrs. Jack Rother, north of D Reno.
Meeting at 3 p. m.
St. Agnes unit. Meeting In the
church haU at 2 p. m. Hostesses.
Mrs. L. P. Brockhaus. Mrs. A. E.
O'NeUl and Mrs. Paul Lynn.
Social Order of the Beauceant.
Meeting at the Masonic temple at
7:30 p. m.
St. Anne's unit. Hostess. Mrs. John
W. Pox., sr.. 218 South Moore. Meet-
ing at 2:30 pm.
Every Woman's Bible class of the
First Christian church. All-day
meeting at the church.
Teen Town. Meeting at the Eagles
Woman's Relief corps. Hostess.
Mrs. C. H. Kepler. 905 Sunset drive.
W and E club. Hostess, Mrs. L. L.
Hooper, 220 North N.
Lincoln P-TA. Meeting In the
school auditorium at 3:30 pm.
Webster P-TA. Meeting In the
school auditorium at 2:30 p.m.
OIA to the B of LE lodge. Meet-
ing at the IOOF haU at 8 p.m.
Covered dish dinner.
Order of the Rainbow for Olrls.
Meeting at the Masonic temple at
2 p.m. Installation.
Women Golfers Set
Play for Thursday
The ladies Golf club wiU meet
at 0 a. m. Thursday at the El Reno
Golf and Country club for the re-
gular day of golf play.
Championship flight will tee oft
at 0 a. m. for 18 holes of play for
the most fours and fives. Pairings
include Mrs. Duard Barnes, Mrs. 8.
R. Reville and Mrs. Glen Brown;
Mrs. Earl Barnes. Mrs. Ed Koelsch,
Mrs. R. N. Dulmage: Mrs. Haydn
O. Davis, Mrs. J. B. Swalm and
Mrs. L. A. Gamer, Mrs. V. R. Mordy
and Mrs. William Marshall.
Pairings In class A flight which
will play for the most fives and
sixes are Mrs. Fred Arnold. Mrs
John Mueller and Mrs. Don Barn-
es; Mrs. Robert Greenleaf, Mrs
Floyd Leldy and Mrs. Fred Hamp-
ton; Mrs. P. B. Myers and Mrs.
Class B will play for the most
sixes and sevens and pairings are
Mrs. Stella Beets, u™ -John Bolin
and Mrs. Ryan Morris; Mrs. Au-
brey Bryant, Mrs. Robert Evans
and Mrs. Ryman Flippen; Mrs. R.
K. Hardy, Mrs. William Laughton
and Mrs. C. D. Rgmsel; Mrs. Ed
Reding. Mrs. Frank Vogel and Mrs
Pat Weaver; Mrs. William Schulte
and Mrs. Ira Doke; Mrs. Morris
Wright and Mrs. Paul Liebmann.
—Photo by Warren's Sti
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Williams
Miss Rose Eileen Elmenhorst,
Patrick J. Williams Are Wed
Before an altar banked with
pink gladioli and stock, Miss Rose
Eileen Elmenhorst. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Anton Elmenhorst. south
of El Reno, became the bride of
Patrick J. Williams, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Williams of Okarche,
at 9 o'clock Monday morning in
Sacitd Heart Catholic church.
The double-ring ceremony was
read by Rev. Boil Deprettere. pas-
tor. Adele Kastner. organist, ac-
companied Jack Rother of Okarche.
when he sang "Ave Maria" and the
Sacred Heart choir when they sang
Oh. Lord I Am Not Worthy" and
"On This Day." Miss Kastner also
played the traditional wedding
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose a wedding dress of
ice blue satin styled with a fitted
bodice and sweetheart neckline.
Her long fitted sleeves came to
poihts over her hands and the full
gathered skirt extended into a
cathedral-length train. The bride's
only Jewelry was a pearl necklace,
a gift of the bridegroom.
Her finger tip-length bridal veil
was attached to a poke-shaped
bonnett and she carried a white
satin prayer book, topped with an
Mrs. Stan Hess of Des Moines.
Iowa, was matron of honor for
her sister. She chose a dress of
yellow net over taffeta fashioned
after that worn by the bride. Her
matching half-hat was studded
with seed pearls and she carried a
colonial bouquet of Talisman roses.
Miss7 Mary Williams, a sister of
the bridegroom, and Miss Wilma
Rosenhamer, a cousin of the bride,
were bridesmaids and their orchid
net over taffeta dresses were made
Identical to that worn by the
honor attendant. Their colonial
bouquets were of yellow roses.
Altar boys were Clyde and Fred
Kappus, cousins of the bride, and
the bridegroom’s cousins, Jim Av-
ant and Jackie Wiewel.
Ushers for the wedding were
Robert Lodes and Tom Ottis of
Okarche, cousins of the bride-
groom, and Paul and Don Elmen-
Tracfor Tire Vulcanizing
ONE DAY SERVICE
ROYAL TIRE SERVICE
401 8. Rock Island Phone Ml
horst, brothers of the bride. Joe
Elmenhorst served as best man.
Mrs. Elmenhorst was attired in a
pink lace dress, trimmed with navy,
and accented with pink and navy
accessories. Her corsage was of
pink rosebuds. Mrs. Williams chose
a navy crepe dress with navy and
white accessories. She wore a cor-
sage of white rosebuds.
The wedding reception was held
at 7:30 p. m. Monday In the Knights
of Columbus hall, followed by a
dance at 9 p. m. The bride’s table
for the reception was covered with
a lace tablecloth and centered with
a four-tiered cake, topped with a
miniature bride and bridegroom.
The cake was flanked by white
tapers tied with ribbon.
Mrs. Ann Oreenan and Mrs.
Darby Quinn cut and served the
cake, Mrs. Carl Umenhorst and
Mrs. Dave Kappus presided at the
punch bowl and Mrs. George El-
menhorst was In charge of the
For traveling. Mrs. Williams
chose a gray and gold faille suit
accented with white accessories and
a purple orchid corsage.
The bride was graduated from
Sacred Heart highschool in 1051
and prior to her marriage, was
employed by the Home Insurance
company in Oklahoma City. Mr.
Williams was graduated from Holy
Trinity highschool in Okarche with
the class of 1949 and Is engaged in
farming southwest of Okarche
where they wiU make their home.
—ROTO - TILLING—
Lawns • Yards • Gardens
USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN
For Remodeling, Painting,
Plumbing or Roofing
Many Wedding Guests
Are From Out of Town
Among the out-of-town gueste
attending the wedding of Mias
Eileen Bmenhorst and Patrick J.
Williams at 0 o'clock Monday
morning at the Sacred Heart Cath-
olic church war* Mr. and Mrs. John
lodes and son. Ray, of Bgln: Mr.
and Mrs. Bdd Simon and family
and Mrs. George Roaenhammer and
daughter Wanda, of Wichita. Kan.;
Helen Lodes of Ponca City ; H. F.
Boochert of Hydro.
Be* Hoebing, Alice Lodes. Cleo
Lodes. Mrs R. P. McDonald. Mrs.
Ann Oreenan and son. Ruth Witt-
rock. Mrs. L B. Keel. Miss Joseph-
ine Determan, Mr. and Mrs. Arvtn
Williams and daughter. Janet, all
ot Oklahoma City; Mr. and Mrs
nit Mansfield and son. Jack, Mary
and Ann Mansfield, of Calumet;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ketter of Union
City: Mr. and Mr*. Frank Barthol-
mew. Mr. and Mrs. George Barth-
obnew of Banner: Mrs. H. H. El-
menhorst of Piedmont.
Mr. and Mrs Joe Ottis, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Ottis. Mr and Mrs
Jim Ottis and daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Lode*. Mr. and Mrs.
Ous Wiewel. Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Knecht. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Born-
hoff. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lodes. Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Kitter. Mrs. Kate
Ludwig. Joe Lodes and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rother. Edna
Wlttrock. Mrs. John Wittrock.
Charles Lodes. Mr. and Mrs. John
Hau and daughter, Mildred, all of
e e e
Azalea Flower Club
Holds ‘Guest Night’
Members of the Azalea Flower
club entertained with "Ouest Night'
Tuesday evening in the parlors of
the First Christian church.
Mrs. Marie Kamm read the
opening Scripture and travel slides
vere shown by Lon Booth. Mr. and
Mrs Booth were presented a table
centerpiece of red roses by the
club. Rev. Harold E Enz offered
the closing prayer. Refreshments
were served at the close of the
Members and guests attending
were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Colt. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Von Tungeln, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Streitenberger, Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Feddersen, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Krumm. Mr. and Mrs.
Cleve Chappell. Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Brown, Mrs. Nell Lovell. Mrs.
Ida Wagner, Mrs. R. J. Price, Mrs.
Stanley Barker and daughter, Mary
Mrs. Mary Schroeder, Mrs. Loom
Schroeder. Mrs. V. A. Mount, Mrs.
Paul Hoffman. Mrs. G. W. War-
lick. Mrs. C. S. Singleton. Mrs. H.
W. Covington, Mrs. Florence Spears,
Mrs. Zack Booth of Farmersville,
La.. Mrs. D. P. Walker. Mrs. F. R.
Gaughorn. Mrs. L. E. Handley. Mrs.
H. A. Smith. Mrs. R. M. King, Mrs.
Lola Feddersen, Mr. and Mrs.
Booth. Mrs. Kamm and Rev. Qiz.
The next meeting will be May
About Home Folks
—Photo oy Warrant oumuo
YSDMUND RICE pharmacist
^ with the Stephenson drug
store has lived In 13 Reno for
the past 18 years.
Born at Kingfisher, he attend-
ed grade school In Canadian co-
unty, and graduated from El
Reno hlghachool. receiving his
higher education at the El Reno
Junior college and the Unlver-
slty of Oklahoma, Norman.
He served with the airforce for
two and a half years, stationed
In the United States.
Rice’s hobby is hunting.
Married, he lives at 1017 West
Woodson, and has a daughter,
Kathleen, 0. and a son, Edmund,
Mervll J. Meyer, 1016 8cuth Miles,
and Ed Metz, 532 South Mahan,
transacted business In Oklahoma
Dr. James p. Neal. East Foreman
road, returned Tuesday evening
from a week's trip to Wilmore. Ky,
where he was called by the death
of hi* sister. Miss Edna Neal, a
member of the faculty of Aebury
college in Wilmore.
Mr. and Mr*. Bert Stitt of Her-
lngton, Kan., were overnight guest*
Tuesday in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. Oak Jennan. 101 North
Moore. They are former El Reno
Mr. and Mr*. Sam Bnmert of
Galveston. Tex., are guests of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. L Tins-
ley in Calumet, and her brother
and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Tinsley, 1413 South Dllle.
Mrs. Cecil Hendricks. Seattle,
Wn.«h.. is visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Ball, 511 North
Sic* Is far Children,
Teacher Doeui’t Coast
JAL. H. M. May 13—(tie—Stale
police reported today that an a
traffic sign reading "School Zens
Don't Kill a Child" they found the
following notation In a childish
-Wait far a teacher."
WE HA YE PAID
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Selected Investments Con.
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Mrs. O. O Tollefaon. 830 South
Ellison, has received word of the
death of her uncle. Frank Nlhsrt.
In Seattle. Wash. Mr. Nthsrt. who
has visited here a number of times,
died Saturday and funeral service*
will be held Thursday In Seattle.
Post No. 34
American Legion Meets
THURSDAY — 8 P. M.
Important Business Meeting
AT LEGION HALL
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FRIDAY, MAY 15
This is the life!
to enjoy it!
They're off... to the ball park, the swimming
pool, the old camp grounds!
And they’re not always aa careful as they
might be, either.
Thi* being true, let’s keep youngsters in
mind at we drive during the vacation season!
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