The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 56, Ed. 1 Monday, May 5, 1952 Page: 3 of 6
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Mrs. Louis Kessler
Mrs. Lawrence Muse, 131 North
K, entertained with a stork shower
Friday evening complimenting Mrs.
Quests were Mrs, IJapnah York,
Mrs. L. D. Bishop,'JWrs. Charles
Howard, Mrs. Vernon Vietzke, Mrs.
Robert Biel, Mrs. Jessie Howard,
Mrs. Emma Wilkerson, Mrs. Jeasie
Kessler. Mrs. Charles Kessler. Mrs.
J. Q Wlllsey.
Mrs. Herbert Lokensgard. Mrs.
Henry Klepper, Mrs. Marshall Mor-
row, Mrs. W. J. Scott. Mrs. Paul
Sander, Mrs. Sam kelly. Mrs. Ger-
ald Turner, Miss Harriet York, Miss
Erlene York, Miss Virginia Klepper
and Miss Pauline Morrow.
Gifts were sent by Mrs. William
Messenger, Mrs. Herbert Wleman,
Mrs. Robert Barber. Mrs. Harry
Swaggerty, Mrs. Mary Cupp, Mrs.
C. L. Rhodes. Mrs. SYed Kirch, Mrs.
Elvoin Kortemeler, Mrs: Lloyd How-
rd, Mrs. William THterington and
Mrs. Harold Muhs. .
The gifts were displayed on a
table around a large-Rootle, con-
test winners were Mrs. Bishop and
Mrs. Sander. Refreshments were
served by the hostepe.
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Scheduled in August
An early August weading has
been planned by Miss Elaine Haynes
and Walter Richard Shuttee.
The bride-elect Is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Basil A. Haynes,
Oklahoma City, and the prospective
bridegroom’s parents are Mrs. Lu-
cille Ruiter Shuttee, 805 South Hoff,
and Walter B. Shuttee, 1116 South
Miss Haynes is a graduate of the
Classen highschool and attended
the University of New Mexico in
Albuquerque. She Is now a senior
at the University of Oklahoma In
Norman and is a member of Delta
Delta Delta sorority.
Mr. Shuttee was graduated from
Northwestern Military and Naval
academy, Lake Geneva. Wis. He is
a senior at the University of Okla-
homa where he is affiliated with
Delta Upsilon fraternity.
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TMTM Club Members,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Perkins. 505
North Choctaw, entertained mem-
bers of the TMTM club and their
husbands with a card party Friday
High score favors in the pitch
game went to Mr. and Mrs. John
Refreshments were served by the
hosts at the close of the evening.
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flavor to oatmeal cookies?
A. A good nutty flavor can be
imparted to oat meal cookies by
sprinkling the oatmeal In a thin
layer in a shallow pan and heating
it for about five minutes before
mixing. Be careful not to burn.
Q. What is a good tonic for the
A. The juice of half a lemon in
a cup of hot water, drunk the first
thing in the morning, is a splendid
tcnic for the liver.
Chapter M of PRO. Hostess, Mrs.
Henry C. Hicks, 603 South Hoff.
Rebekah lodge. Meeting at the
Fldelis Sunday school class of the
First Baptist church. Hostess, Mrs.
J. D. McDaniel, TOO West Wade.
BBC club. Hostess, Mrs. D. 8.
Armold, 421 East Wade.
El Reno Business and Profession-
al Women's club. Meeting at Rose
Tuesday Players. Hostess, Mrs.
Forrest Nave. 511 South Rock Is-
Tuesday Afternoon Canasta club.
Hostess. Mrs. Earnest Haynes, 514
Young Matron's club. Hostess,
Mrs. B. R. McCain, 200 South Wil-
I,LIi Sunday school class of the
First Baptist church. Meeting In
the church parlors at 7:30 p. m.
Chapter AE of PEO. Hostess,
Mrs. Rupert Fogg. 1103 South
Esther Sunday school class of the
Trinity Baptist church. Hostess,
Mrs. Ray Fowler. 133 North Shep-
ard. Meeting at 7:30 p. m. Business
and social meeting.
Order of the Rainbow for Girls.
Meeting at the Masonic temple at
7:30 p. m.
Catholic Daughters of America.
Meeting in the church hall.
Sew and Chat club. Hostess. Mrs.
Doyle Moreland, 118 North O.
TMTM club. Hostess, Mrs. W. L.
Davis, north of El Reno.
GIA to the B of LE lodge. Host-
ess, Mrs. C. M. Brady, 309 Soyth
Foster. Meeting at 2 p. in.
Stitch - In - Time club. Hostess,
Mrs. Perry Arnold. 1120 South
Rich Valley home demonstration
club. Hostess. Mrs. Ed Cooksey,
■ east of El Reno.
DYWYK club. Hostess. Mrs. Mil-
dred Stevenson. 723 South Ellison.
Division 4 of the General Society
of Woman’s Work of the First
Presbyterian church. Meeting in
the church basement at 2 p. m.
Hostess. Mrs. J. H. Whipple,
j Tingle Belles club. Hostess, Mrs.
Harvey Hoffman, 807 South Duane.
American Legion. Meeting at the
Ladies Altar Society of Sacred
Heart Catholic church:
St. Agnes unit. Meeting in the
St. Francis Cabrinl unit. Hostess,
Mrs. Jack Rother, north of El Reno.
ODO club. Hostess. Mrs. Bill
Fldelis Sunday school class of the
First Presbyterian church. Meeting
in the church parlor at 2 p. m.
Hostesses, Mrs. John W. Laird and
Mrs. Harry Morris.
W’oman's auxiliary to Christ Me-
morial Episcopal church. Hostesses,
Mrs. Ernest Ewing and Mrs. For-
rest Nave in the Ewing home at
718 South Macomb. One o'clock
Royal Neighbors of America.
Meeting at the IOOF hall.
Marler-Maier Vow Solemnized
Sunday in First Baptist Church
LOIS JEAN WHITE
Scheduled June II
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. White.
500 South Hadden, have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Lois Jean White, to Paul Jo-
seph McCarthy of South Bend, Ind.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Mc-
Carthy of Okarche.
The wedding will be an event of
June 11 at the 8acred Heart Cath-
olic church with Rev. Emil F. De-
preitere, pastor, officiating.
Miss White was a member of the
Pepett pep club, Bonita Marica Lit-
erary society and the National
Honor society while attending the
El Reno highschool. She Is also a
member of the Catholic Daughters
After graduating from the El
Reno highschool, she attended
Hill’s Business college and is now
employed by Huddart - Cornelius
Mr. McCarthy was graduated
from the El Reno highschool and
received a bachelor of science de-
gree in electrical engineering from
the University of Notre Dame,
Notre Dame, Ind. He expects to
receive a master of science degree
in mathematics from the university
* $ *
Mr., Mrs, Clyde Haynes
Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Haynes,
southwest of El Reno, entertained
with a dinner Sunday honoring Mr.
and Mrs. George Bonham and chil-
dren, Lela Sue and Terry, of Cald-
well. Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Sheets and son, Tommy, of Bakers-
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Robinson. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Leek and daughters. Char-
lotte and Diane, Mrs. Boyd Haynes
and sons. Danny and Terry, and
Mrs. C. L. I arris and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonham and chil-
dren returned to their home in
Caldwell Sunday evening and were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Sheets and sou.
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First Christian CYF
Group Meets in Church
Darrell Walker led the study o.i
"vocations" when the Christian
Youth Fellowship of the First
Christian church held their regular
meeting Sunday night at the
Gloria Hodgkinson led in group
singing and Kay Gholston read the
Members present were Karen
Searcy, Arlene Imboden, Kay
Gholston. Gayle Pope, Norma
Griggs. Edna June Wage, Patsy
Stafford, Gloria Hodgkinson. Loren
Anderson. Phil Enz, Darrell Walker
and Mrs. F. A. Niles, sponsor.
Jack Slaughter was a guest for
Double-ring nuptial vows were
solemnized at 2:30 pm. Sunday
afternoon at the First Baptist
church for Miss Anna Carol Marler
and Corporal Henry J. Maier of
Sheppard field, Wichita Falls, Tex.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Burnis H. Marler. 208
North Macomb, and the bride-
groom's mother Is Mrs. Mae Maier
of Cleveland, Ohio.
Rev. Clayborn Deering of Okla-
homa City, read the ceremony be-
fore an archway of greenery and
white Wanda gladioli tied with
white and ice blue satin ribbon,
flanked with baskets of white gladi-
oli and salal leaves and four seven-
branched candelabra holding ice
blue tapers. The organ brake was
banked with greenery and pew caps
were marked with white satin bows
encircled with mechline and show-
ered with white satin streamers.
The couple knelt on a white satin
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose a dress of white
chantilly lace over white bridal sat-
in, styled with a sweetheart neck-
line and the front was appliqued
with seed pearls. The long fitted
sleeves came to points over her
hands and self-covered buttons
formed the closing for the sleeves
and the bodice.
The bride carried a circular bou-
quet of white nylon mechline, ap-
pliqued with bride's lace roses, en-
circled with lace glamour leaves.
The bouquet was centered with an
arrangement of lilies of the valley
and stephanotis and centered with
a white orchid. Bride’s morie satin
ribbon and streamers formed a
background for the lace glamour
leaves and stephanotis shower.
Miss Sue Marler served as maid
of honor for her sister. She wore
a white eyelet embroidery ballerina-
length dress fashioned with a blue
satin sash, neckline and the basque
v.aist was sleeveless.
She carried a circular bouquet
of blue nylon mechine centered
with blue Esther Reed daisies and
sparkle mechine puffs. Blue moire
satin ribbon and streamers formed
Miss Clara Francis Fink and
Mary SUe Moody lighted the can-
dles. Their dresses were identical
to that worn by the honor attend-
ant and they wore blue EstheV
Reed daisies in their hair. The
candlesticks were tied with blue
satin ribbon and streamers.
Mrs. H. V. Tillinghast, organist,
accompanied Miss Peggy Bartlett
when she sang “I Love Thee" and
"For You Alone." Mrs. Tillinghast
played the traditional wedding
Billy L. McGuire of Wichita Falls.
Tex., was best man for Corporal
Maier and ushers were Keith M.
Papinchock and Richard L. Dick-
For her daughter’s wedding, Mrs.
Marler chose a navy sheer dress
accented with navy accessories and
her corsage was of white silvered
carnations and white satin glamour
Corporal and Mrs. Maier were
honored with a reception In the
church basement immediately after
the ceremony. The lace-covered re-
freshment table was centered with
a bouquet of white Esther Reed
daisies, velvet hearts tied with
white satin ribbon and salal leaves.
The centerpiece was flanked with
double candelabra holding white
Mrs. Carl Shirley cut the cake
and Miss Dolores Brown and Miss
Freida Leek presided at the punch
For traveling. Mrs. Maier chose a
rose shantung suit w>ith brown and
white accessories and she wore a
white orchid corsage.
Following a short wedding trip,
the couple will be at home In Wich-
itr Falls, Tex., where the bride-
groom is stationed.
Mrs. Maier was graduated from
the Shawnee highschool in 1949
and prior to her marriage, was em-
ployed by Southwestern Bell Tele-
phone company. Corporal Maier at-
tended the Western Reserve uni-
versity of Cleveland following his
gtaduation from East highschool in
Mr. and Mrs. Marler entertained
with a buffet dinner Saturday eve-
ning in their home following the
$ $ *
GAR Women Donate
To Service Project
A donation was made to the
National War Service project when
the Ladies of the Grand Army of
the Republic met Friday at the
Eagles hall for an all-day meeting
and covered dish dinner.
Hostesses for the dinner were
Mrs. Jack Thomas. Mrs, Sam
Phillips and Mrs. G. W. Davis.
During the business session, it
was announced Mrs. J. E. Minard
has been appointed National War
Service chairman for the state of
Oklahoma by the national presi-
A box of linens was packed to be
sent to the children's home in
Other members attending the
meeting were Mrs. Van Robertson.
Mrs. Agnes Smith, Mrs. Olive
Verges, Mrs. V. A. Mount, Mrs. Nye
Severns, Mrs. W. E. Mosher, Mrs.
W. C. Whitacre and Mrs. Lydia
Smith, a new member.
Mrs. Jack Smith, Mrs. Lydia
Smith and Mrs. Frank Blanc were
appointed to serve as hostess for
the next meeting to be held May
23 at the Eagles hall.
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About Home Folks
Edwin R. Jewett. 415 South
Evans, is transacting business In
Mrs. Franklin J. Gustafson, 804
South Duane; Miss Vona Boucher,
717 South Hadden, and Miss Twila
Reuter. 705 South Hadden, spent
Saturday afternoon In Oklahoma
Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Gordon
Lovlns of Munich, Germany, ar-
rived in El Reno Saturday for a
10-day furlough with relatives and
fi Sends. They will be guests in the
homes of his father, J. C. Lovlns,
121 North 0; his brothers, Ed
Christopher and Mrs. Christopher,
236 North Foster. Elmer Christoph-
er and Mrs. Christopher, 121 North
O, and his brother-in-law and sis-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Condry,
910 South Miles. Following his fur-
lough Lovlns and wife will leave
for his new base In Eglin, Florida.
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. King of Okla-
homa City were dinner guests Sun-
day in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. Cope. 634 South Ellison, and
attended the golden wedding anni-
versary reception Sunday afternoon
at the El Reno Country club honor-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Irving.
Mrs. M. H. Cross of Winnepeg,
Canada, arrived Sunday to spend a
month with her son and daughter-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Reg T. Cross,
1104 South Miles. Enroute to El
Reno, she visited relatives in Kan-
sas City, Mo.
Mrs. Boyd Abrahamson
Is Hostess at Party
Mrs. Boyd Abrahamson, 590
South Mahan, entertained with a
birthday party Friday afternoon
honoring her daughter, Sharon, on
her eighth birthday anniversary.
The afternoon was spent playing
games and refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Guests were Linda DUlard, Jen-
nie Goulding, Carol Lee Stickler.
Katie Hromada, Jeannle Loysll.
Penelope Lang, Sharrell Klnlz.
Jimmie DUlard, Rusty Homer,
Stevie Jones, Terry Lee Thompson.
Dewayne Marler and Gary Abra-
The hostess was assisted by Mrs.
Gifts were sent by Oary Kroll and
the honoree's father. Staff Sergeant
Boyd Abrahamson of Fort Camp-
BOY—Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kenne-
dy, Oklahoma City, are the parents
of a son, born Saturday May 3, In
St. Anthony's hospital. The baby,
named Dwight Stephen, weighed
seven pounds, seven ounces. Mrs.
Kennedy is the former Mary Lou
Neathery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E Neathery, 913 8outh Gresham.
George Seamands. son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Seamands, south of
E3 Reno, and student of Oklahoma
A. and M. college, Stillwater, spent
the week-end in Houston, Tex.,
where he was a delegate to the
Delta Sigma fraternity regional
Theta Rho Members
Thirteen members of the Theta
Rho Club for Girls attended a
school of Instruction Saturday at
Capitol Hill in Oklahoma Ciity.
Those attending were Wilnetta
LaPollette, Charlotte Whitacre,
Thelma Butterfield, Frances At-
wood. Kathleen K o u b a. Anna
Mapes, Shirley Adams, Jo Ann
Propper, Betty Propper, Maxine
Palmer, Patricia McDaniels, Donna
Hubbard and Ella Smith.
The girls were accompanied by
Mrs. Harold Miller, advisor, and
Mrs. W. Propper, Mrs. John Adams
and Mrs. Glen Craven.
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Reception Held Sunday For
Frank Irvings on Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Jones of
Ardmore and Mr. and Mrs. Francis
N. Irving of Oklahoma City were
.. hosts for a reception from 2 p. m.
to 5 p.m. Sunday at the El Reno
Country club honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Frank N. Irving. 419 North
Rock Island, on their golden wed-
In the receiving line were the
honorees, the hosts and their chil-
dren, Kent Irving. Janet Jones, Judy
Jones and Jack Jones, Jr.
Mrs. Lee M. Jones of Oklahoma
City, Mrs. C. L. Jones of Fort Worth,
Tex., and Mrs. R. Jay McGinnis
presided at the refreshment table
and assisted in the hospitalities.
A gold-colored cloth covered the
table which was centered with an
arrangement of birds-of-paradise.
golden pendants on a gllted tree,
golden chrysanthemums, gladioli
and golden leaves flanked on either
side with sprays of greenery.
A large white trellis placed over
the fireplace was decorated with
forsythia, forming the background
for the refreshment table.
Lattice fences covered with golden
flowers formed a garden scene on
either side of the table. A wealth
of floor baskets and vases held
yellow roses. Talisman roses and
golden iris. These were used about
Mrs. Charles S. Forbes was in
charge of the guest book.
Among the 200 guests attending,
out-of-town guests included Mrs.
A. Gordon C. Blerer and Mrs. Lucy
Brodle of Guthrie: Mrs. John Mc-
Coy of Sharp Park, Calif.; Mrs.
Paul Mason of Tulsa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jones of Fort
Worth. Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Adams of Sayre; Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Dennis. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. King,
Miss Elsie Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
Haynes F. Haney, Mrs. Helen Perry-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Lee M.
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