The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 65, No. 167, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 12, 1956 Page: 4 of 10
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The El Reno (Okie.) Daily Tribune
Wednesday, September 12, 1956
Mrs. Modena Thurber was elected
Monday as chairman of the Edith
Humphrey business women’s circle
of the First Baptist church.
Hostess for the evening meeting
was Mrs. C. K. Chase, 902 West
After the group repeated the
watchword, the invocation was
given by Mrs. D. L. Jimerson.
Officers for the new year sug-
gested by the nominating commit-
tee were elected. Other than Mrs.
Thurber, they are Mrs. Ozella Tar-
ver, vice chairman; Mrs. M. J.
Robertson, secretary and treasur-
er; Mrs. Gordon Penney, program
chairman; Mrs. Chase, advisor;
and Mrs. Jimerson, mission
and Women s Page
Edited by MILDRED L. COKER—Phone 19
OCW Dean Scheduled To Talk
Before City BPW Club Dinner
\1ISS Julia Lee Hawkins, dean of women at the Oklahoma
College for Women, Chickasha, will be guest speaker
when the El Reno Business and Professional Women’s club has
Penney led the devotions a dinner on Sept. 25.
and the lesson on "Seed Time and | The dinner will be held at 6:45 p.m. at the Wesley Meth-
Golden Harvest." She was assisted
in presenting the lesson by Mrs.
Pearl Reynolds, Mrs. Juanita Hus-
___________ ,_______ P-r
odist church, as a part of the club’s observance of the National
Plans for the dinner were completed Tuesday evening
ton, Mrs. Tarver, Mrs. Thurber and followjng a “pot luck" supper, held on the back lawn at
Un. Jimerson. the home of Mrs R g Cox,
Others present for the meeting h Barker
and a social hour were Mrs. J. B.
Sessions. Mrs. C. S. Deatherage I Other events planned for the spc-
and Mrs. M. J. Robertson. |Clal we<* ,nclude a coffet‘- fl;om
Mrs. Deatherage. 917 South Wil- » >•«*»■ until 12 noon, on Sunday,
QCt Sept. 23 at the home of Mrs. P.
! F. Herod, 803 South Macomb, and
Kelso’s day on Saturday, Sept. 29.
son, will be hostess for the
A FTER the business meeting
members heard a talk on "Na-
tional Defense and Civil Defense,”
given by Mary Smith, 4-H club
Mrs. V. R. Mordy, Mrs. Robert j member from Union City.
McMaster, Mrs. S. R. Reville.
Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs. R. N.
Mrs. Glen Brown, Mrs. H. J.
Mrs. T. J. Harris, Mrs. Floyd
Leidy, Mrs. Art Harrison
Other guests were Mrs. Blanche
Hoskyn of San Gabriel. Calif., Mrs.
J. B. McCullough and Mrs. Edith
Members attending included Mrs.
Edna Noblitt, president, Mrs.
Frank Blanc, Mrs. R. A. ’ Bruce,
Mrs. John Waller, Mrs. Elizabeth
Mrs. Marion Sharp, Mrs. Duard Hoskyn, Mrs. Florence Sullivan,
Barnes, Mrs. P. B. Myers. Mrs. g,jnH McMahan Kelly, Mrs.
F. O. True, Mrs. Lillie Essley,
Mrs. Don Barnes, Mrs
Swaim. Mrs. Edwina West, Mrs. Lillian
Cla.ss .... , , i Thomas, Mrs. R. J. Crump, Mrs.
Mrs. Perry Arnold, Mrs. Jack Marie Powell, Mrs. Frank Gustaf-
Walsh. 1 «>n Mrs. Garland Etheridge, Mrs.
Fannie Cosgrove, Miss Mary
Walsh, Miss Aurelia Beck, Miss
Ruth Yost, Miss Farra Kinkade,
Miss Rosa Pierce, Miss Anna Piek-
Mrs. H. B. Kiker, Mrs. T. L.
Mrs. Layton Perry, Mrs. Francis
Porta. ____________ ___________
Mrs. Stella Beets, Mrs. Gail I [um >n(j Miss Emily Carnahan.
Slaughter, Mrs. Francis Rollings-! * * *
Mrs. C. L. Geno, Mrs. George
Mrs. Marvin Chambers, Mrs. H.
Mrs. Jack Dill, Mrs. Gertrude
Mrs.—Harry DonneHan, Mrs.
A covered dish dinner and board
Mrs. L. D. Murphy, Mrs. Willard
Mrs. A1 Needs, Mrs. Tom Hop meeting were held at 7 p.m., Tues-
day by the Uptown Business and
Professional Women's club at the
home of Mrs. Dillard Crump, jr.,
605 South Ellison.
The business meeting was con-
ducted by Miss Louise Spears, pres-
ident. An invitation from the El
Reno BPW club was read, in
Members of the Hill Toppers
home demonstration met Tuesday
morning with Mrs. Loren Spurr,
2408 Towns End drive, with Mrs.
Lynn Harriman as co-hostess.
"Bringing in the Sheaves” was
the subject of the devotions, given
by Mrs. John E. Waller.
Mrs. A. L. Neilson presented the
lesson on "Meal Planning and Pre-
paration,” and concluded with a
demonstration of proper table
setting and points that every host-
ess should know.
During the business session, con-
ducted by Mrs. Harry VonTungeln,
president, plans were made for
participation in the County Fair
and for full participation in the
fair next year.
Guest at the meeting was Mrs.
Blanche Hoskyn of San Gabriel,
Calif., who is visiting in the homes
of Mrs. John E. Waller and Mrs.
Other members present were
Mrs. William Barber, Mrs. W. G.
Byrd, Mrs. Howard Hamilton, Mrs
Elizabeth Hoskyn, Mrs. L. D. Mur-
phy, Mrs. Hubert Raney, Mrs.
Emery Whitacre and Mrs. James
Next meeting will be Oct. 9 with
Mrs. Forest Allen, 1049 South Had-
* * *
Mrs. Bennie Durham, jr., was
honored with a pink and blue
shower Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. Walter Pinkston, IpJO
Co-hostesses were Mrs. Dan
Hahn, Miss Floramae Pinkston,
Mrs. Herman Eden, jr., and Mrs.
Gifts were arranged on a lace
covered table that was centered
with a miniature stork.
Prizes in contests went to Mrs.
Pinkston and the honoree.
Guests attending were Mrs. L. L.
Bond, Mrs. Henry Bond, Mrs. Her-
man Spencer, Mrs. Irene Dutcher,
Miss Carolyn Bond, Mrs. C. E.
Bross, Mrs. O. H. Corbin, Mrs.
Emery Whitacre, Mrs. Jim Wright
and Donna Sue, Mrs. Minnie Hun-
nicutt, Mrs. Roy Hahn, Mrs. San-
ford Turk, Mrs. J. C. McNaught,
Mrs. Henry Price, Mrs. Ira Palm-
er, Mrs. Kenneth Means, Mrs. Rex
Foutz and Miss Frances Foutz.
Club Lesson Given
By Mrs. Bennett
A lesson on ‘‘Ch^santhemums”
was presented by Mrs. Lacy Ben-
nett at a Tuesday afternoon meet-
ing of the Azalea Flower club.
Hostess for the meeting was Mrs.
Guy Streitenberger, 735 South El-
lison, who gave the devotions, fol-
lowed with the club prayer in
Favors were awarded to Mrs.
Fred VonTungeln, Mrs. Ida Wag-
ner, Mrs. Paul Hoffman and Mrs.
R. M. King.
Present for the meeting and
social hour that followed were Mrs.
Tom Coit.^Vtrs. V. A. Mount, Mrs.
H. A. Smith, Mrs. Cleve Chappell,
Mrs. W. F. Feddersen, Mrs. Ralph
Whitlock, Mrs. Leo Kamm, Mrs.
F. R. Gaughorn and Mrs. Ted Fed-
Mrs. Wagner, 1001 Sunset drive,
will be hostess for the Sept. 25
Q. What is the difference be-
tween a formal and informal tea?
A. The decorations of the infor-
mal tea are not so elaborate and
the refreshments are more sim-
ple. The hostess at an informal
tea mingles with her guests and
does not remain at the door to
greet each newcomer.
Q. When a host does the carving
at the dinner table, does he serve
the vegetables as well?
A. Usually, he serves only the
meat. The vegetable dishes arc
passed from hand to hand.
Q. Should a woman keep her
gloves on during the church serv-
Q. When a man brings a guest
to his home and presents him to
his wife, does she make use of
the customary acknowledgment,
"How do you do”?
A. In this instance, it is better if
the wife shows a little more cor-
diality and adds, "1 am very glad
to see you," or some such similar
Q. Is it all right to place a mar.
next to his fiancee when seating
A. This is quite all right. But a
man and his wife are usually sepa-
Q. Is it proper for a divorcee to
have bridesmaid attendants at her
A. No; her wedding must be as
simple as possible, and she should
have just one attendant.
which they invited members of
the Uptown club to be their guests
at a coffee, to be held from 9 a.m.
until 12 noon on Sept. 23 in the
home of Mrs. P. F. Herod, 803
Mrs. J. G. Kubon will be in
charge of the program for the next
regular club meeting, set for 12
noon. Sept. 21, at the Wesley Meth-
Among the members attending
were Miss Elaine Hess, Miss Beth
Brown, Mrs. E. N. Turk, Mrs. J. G.
Kubon, Mrs. Harry Kaplan, Mrs.
Leonard Lancaster and Mrs. Cal-
Paula Jean Gleason
School of Dance
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 65, No. 167, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 12, 1956, newspaper, September 12, 1956; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924430/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.