The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 62, No. 171, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 17, 1953 Page: 2 of 12
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El Reno (Qkla.) Daily Tribune
Thursday, September 17,1958^
Bridal Shower Held
For Miss Huston
Min, peggy Jo Hucton. bride-elect
of William J. Lechtenberger. was
honored at a miscellaneous shower
Wednesday evening at the bone of
Mrs. K ft. >*mhert, 1207 South
Setter Oo-hoeteases were Mrs. E.
C Wilson and Mrs Bud Pryreer.
PaU colors were wed In all
Crystal candelabra, holding white
by WISHED L.
1 Jolly Workers Club
Has Regular Meeting
Members of the Jolly Workers
Home XBmoostratlon club met
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Miss Minnie Niemann, northeast
of B Bono.
Mrs. Carl Heckea was leader of
the lesson on "Your Clothing
Other* present were Mrs. Harry
Ray and daughter. Jeanle; Mrs.
Rena Olrard and eons. Larry and
George; Mrs. Wes Parker; Mrs. T.
A. Brodersen; Mrs. Henry Luis;
lgrs. W. F. Schumacher; Mrs. H. V.
Wilkerson; Mrs. Qene Wilkerson;
Mrs. John Palmer; Mrs William
tygUsr and Mrs. Anna Niemann.
The chib will meet at the home
of Mr*. Hermit Scott, northeast of
B Reno, Opt. 21, with Mrs. Oesie
Wilkerson as lesson leader.
* * *
Coffee Is Held By
>Ihg atltch-In-Ttme club met at
thg hr*™, of Mrs. Perry Arnold.
1120 South Barker, at 8:30 a. m
Wednesday for a coffee.
Visitors present were Mrs. Art
Benge, Mrs. O. A. Hirer and daugh-
ter and Mrs. Harry Donnellan and
Members present acre Mrs.
Clarence Tech, Mrs. Norman
Bchroeder, Mrs. Hubert Cray, Mrs.
C. H. Perry, Mrs. Kenneth L.
Steams and Mrs. Perry Arnold.
the place for the next meeting
Mil be announced later.
:iyde It. Maxey
am B. Woodnon-Phone 845
Mrs. Thorp Feted
At Stork Shower
Mrs R D. Thorp was honored at
a stork shower Tuesday evening,
at the home of Mrs. Roy Hunan,
732Vi South Hadden. Co-hostesses
were Mrs. John Bmen and Mrs. H.
The gift table was covered with
a blue linen cloth, centered by a
bouquet of rosea. Pink and white
paper streamers extended from a
large pink and white bow, on the
wall behind the table, to each end
of the gift table, where they were
attached by bows.
In games played, prises were won
by Mrs. Ike J. Ibkind. jr.. Mrs.
C. D. Kessler and Mrs. Malvern
McBee, who In turn presented their
favors to the honoree.
Others present were Mrs. Wilbur
Anderson. Mrs. Ivan Cox, Mrs. John
Erbar, Mrs. Kenneth Christopher.
Mrs. Oeorge McBee and daughter,
Danella, Mrs. T. O. Wooldridge and
son. Ronnie, Mrs. L. O. Thorfc, Miss
Pern Zigler, Mrs. Henry Mitchell,
Mrs Thomas Rains and daughters.
Janola. Janice and 8ondra, Mrs.
J. C. Standller. Mrs. B. R. Darland,
Mrs. Noel Boyer, Mrs. Pearl Baker,
Mrs. R. W. Thomason, Mrs. R. R.
Bowers, Mrs. Mamie Oelsler and
Bobby Ann Thorp.
Those not attending but Bending
gifts were Mrs. Opal Thompson,
Mrs. Lola Howard, Mrs. Charles
Pettit. Mrs John Bowers. Mrs.
James Johnson, Miss Lo|* Fowler,
Mrs. Oarold Burton, Mrs. Joan
Pinkston, Mrs. W. T. Savage, Mrs.
j. l. Thorp, Mrs. Jack Campbell,
Mrs. Jimmy Bailey, Miss Opal
Fleming. Mrs. W. 8. Ashbury. Mrs.
Otis Johnson, Mrs. Hugh Osborne|
Mrs. C. A. Melton and Judy and
IT'S TIME TO —
LAY AWAY YOU* FALL COAY
Bar Now Or Um Kelsos’ Convenient
tey-Awsjt Plan. v
candle*, flanked a miniature bride
m who stood In the center
of the gift table, beneath large
silver wedding ben*, extended on
silver ribbon* from the chandelier,
Mrs. W. B. Ballew and Mrs. Bob
Huston won prtxas in games played
and they presented them to the
A mock wedding was presented by
Mrs. Kenneth Brawn, Mr*. Herachel
Smith, Mrs Bud Pryreer, Mr*. B. R.
Barnhart, Mrs. Virgil Haynse, Mrs.
Sam Ooodtmn, Mis* Barbara
Brown. Mrs. It us Choice. Mi*- fearl
Cordwell and Miss Anabel Btggert.
Others present were Mr*. Chaster
Chiles, Mrs. Herbert Wlasnan. Mrs.
Fred Beckeft. Mr*. Paulin* Lowry.
Mrs. Bob Taylor, Mr*. Mu Oear-
dorff, Mrs. Jim Moore, Mr*. Curtis
Calahan, Mrs. 8. X. Carter, Mrs.
Ethel Choice, Mrs. Theo Conley,
MVs. Oene Young, Miss Vera Pern
Choice, Mrs. W. H- Huston, Mrs.
Fred Lechtenberger and Mrs
Olfts wer* sent by Mrs. Myrtle
Watson, Miss Nancy Erbar. Mrs.
Ralph Barger, Mrs. Leon Evans,
Mrs. Karl Cranmer, Mrs. Oeorge
Eajlc, Mrs. Bennett Enfield, Mrs.
Oeorge Jones, Mrs. Ray Luttrell,
Mtss Judy Mpwre, Mrs. William
Zajlc, Mrs. B. H. Fuchs, Mrs. Don
Harrison, Mrs. Oeorge Bus bee, Mrs.
Jeff Davis, Mrs. M. C. Williams,
Mrs. Fred Joehnk, Mrs. M. E.
Olrard, and the Southwestern Bell
Telephone operators, co-workers of
* * *
Regular Meeting 1
By Birthday Club
The West Side Birthday club met
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Wayne Entrekln, 1100 West
Mrs. Marlon Maupln was the
honoree having a birthday.
The refreshment ta^le was cov-
ered with a white linen cloth, cen
tersd with a birthday cake.
Mrs. Maupln was presented a gift
by the club-
Other members present were Mrs
Virgil Stephens, Mrs. J. L. Tammen,
Mrs. Oeorge Jones, Mrs. Ada
Watkins. Mrs. Lenlel Thompson,
I Mrs. Max Oholston, Mrs. Kelly B*r-
| low and Mrs. dan Odom.
• * *
Annual Picnic Held
By Round Table Club
The Round Table Study club had
I their annual picnic Wednesday
| evening at Adams park.
After the picnic, a short business
I meeting was conducted by Mrs.
| A. E. Walsh, president.
Flans were made for a birthday
dinner Oct. 21, at the home of Mrs.
A. W Johnson, 1405 South Reno.
Other members present were Mrs.
R. H. Alexander, Mrs. J. P. Barber.
Mrs. S. M. Barker. Mrs. B. O.
Bremseth, Mrs. J. P. Briggs, Mrs.
K. Duncan, Mrs. H. D. Engelhart.
Mrs, Howard Hamilton, Mrs. A. M
Johnson, Mrs. Lloyd Lorenzen, Mrs.
M. P. McCabe, Mrs. J. F. Montroy,
Mrs. E. W. Patrick, Mrs. H.
Prater, Mrs. R. L. Shockey, Mrs.
L. F. Spurr, Mrs. H. C. Stubbeman,
Mrs. W. C. Tuttle. Mrs. D. J.
VanRyan and Mrs. Arthur Zent.
Every Woman’s Bible class of
Pint Christian church. All-day
masting at the church.
Teen T0W0- Meeting In Eagles
hall at 4 p m.
center Prove home demomtra-
tlon club. Hostes* Mrs. Ray Tech.
W and E club. Hostess Mr*. M.
M. Anderson, 1415 West Sbuttee.
Women’s Relief Corps. Hostess
Mr* Joe Fowlgr, 720 South Morri-
son All-day meeting and eov*red
Good Neighbor club. Hosts Mr.
end Mr*. BUI Hunt and Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Slier. Each family
bring % pte. Meeting at Ban© school
st 8 p. m,
Newcotners dub. Hostess Mrs.
U. R. Neal*, Country Club road.
Meeting at 7:20 p.m.
Etta Pal* Junior high P-TA.
Meeting Friday gt 3:20 p.m.
Lincoln P-TA. Meeting gt the
school at 7:30 p.m.
Aleutian daw of Pint Baptist
church. Hostess Mrs. A. D. Kinche-
loe, 115 North Barker. Covered dish
dinnsr at 7 p.m.
VPW auxiliary. Sixth district
meeting at VPW hut.
OIA of the B of LE lodge. Regu-
lar meeting and covered dish dinner
In I OOF hall at 5 p. m.
Kitchen shower, honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Eaton, to be held
In basement of Rad Rock church at
7:30 p.m. AU friend* are invited
VPW auxiliary. Sixth district
meeting st VPW but.
Eagle* Auxiliary. Business meet-
ing at Eagle* hall.
Christian Women’s Fellowship
Guild of First Christian church.
Hostess Mrs. John Garrett, 3460
Towns Bid drive. Meeting at 8
Triangle Home Demonstration
club. Hostess Mrs. Clarence CulUaon.
south oi El Reno.
* * •
HOFMANNS HAVE GUESTS
Tuesday evening guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Hofmann, south-
west of El Reno, were Mis* Blanche
Brady, W- P. Brady, f. A. Ferguson
and Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Taylor
and son, Chaster, jr.
By j. R. WiDUrag
THOSE 0-0 PAYE
PORTLAND, Me. - <U » - Con-
tractor Everett Dobson sighed for
the past when he found some re-
ceipts more than a 100 years old
while remodeling the ancient home
preaently owned by Earle Young.
The receipt* showed coffee selling
at nine cants a pound, pork at sev-
en cent* and potatoes at 31 cents
BUS SEBWCE TOO
STANLEY, Falkland Islands—<U.»
—Falkland Islanders are riding In
g new *’bua." In this Isolated seg-
ment of the South Atlantic, “bus’
means implant. The service con
nects the Isolated farms all over the
ootony with -Stanley, carrying goods,
passengers and medical cases. The
new aircraft replaces one of two
Mr*. Mile Wood, 501 South
Barker, entered the Laughton clinic
Sept. 14 for medical treatment and
wg» dismissed today.
Mrs. C. A. Davis, El Reno route
2, entered the clinic today for minor
"“Sro^Llgrt Howard. 400 North
Rock Island, entered the clinic
Wednesday lor medical treatment.
William Whlteon, 114 South
Williams, entered the ® Brno sani-
tarium Wednesday for medical
Robert Bowen, TM Broth BUbon,
entered th* sanitarium today ft*
Mr*, o. Hey, a» North EhepaM.
intend the sanitarium today for
Oeorge Kajraes, 112 South Evans,
entered the sanitarium Sept. 14 far
medlcgl treatment and was dla-
Norman Retmera, Calumet route
2, entered the sanitarium Sept. 14
lor medical treatment and was dis-
Q. When you ^ Mvmghmcheon
with several friends in a puouc
place, and an acqualnance of jmur*
•tees at your table for * few *****
la It necessary that you Introduce
him to your companions?
A This la not at all necessary.
«j. Doe. a hostess stake
with all her guests as they arrive
at a fonnal afternoon teat
A A gracious hostess will shake
hands with all her guest*.
q What is the best way to clean
A. By scrubbing with a not-too-
hard brush and lukewarm aoapy
water. To rinse, put the furniture
out on the lawn and turn the
hose on It.
JAMES L MSS, Jr.
1UH S. Beck MteM 1
Enrol Saturday, Sept, lft—9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
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