The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 11, 1955 Page: 3 of 10
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
The El Reno (OVIa.) Daily Tribune
County Club News from Okarche
Cook Chicken According to Cut
Canadian county home demons-
tration club women will hold their
10th annual home demonstration
club picnic Sunday, Aug. 21 in
Mrs. Eugene Fitch, county home
demonstration agent, said the pic-
nic will begin at 1 p.m. under the
large picnic shelter at the park
west of El Reno.
Mrs. J. D. Rinderhagen will be
in charge of making ice tea for the
group, aided by a committee com-
posed of Mrs. Paul Hoffman, Mrs.
Rex Brooks, Mrs. Ralph Smrcka
and Mrs. Chet Smith.
Recreation is being planned by
Nancy Kunneman, Sandra Stout,
Jane White and Susan Smith, 4-H
club song leaders and recreation
* * *
OG and E Picnic
To Entertain 80
A picnic for the El Reno district
of the Oklahoma Gas and Electric
company will be held at 6:30 p.m
today in Adams park, marking
completion of two year-long “per-
fect” safety records.
E. D. Freeman, district manager,
said the district had recorded a
total of more than 100,000 man
hours of work during the two-year
period without a “lost time” acci-
Approximately 80 persons, includ-
ing both employes and their fam-
ilies will attend the picnic.
Visitors will include a group from
Oklahoma City, John Kerin, assist-
ant division manager, and Mrs.
Kerin; Wayne Parker, division
superintendent, accompanied by
Mrs. Parker, and V. S. Kirshner,
division auditor, and Mrs. Kirsh-
• * *
Senior Citizens Club
Officers Hold Meeting
Officers of the Senior Citizens
club met Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Frances Thomp-
son, 400 North Evans.
The charter will not be ready by
Aug. 15, when the club planned an
openhouse, therefore it has been
postponed until Aug. 26. All senior
citizens desiring to be charter
members of the club must join be-
fore Aug. 26.
Next regular club meeting will
be Friday evening, Aug. 12 in the
Senior Citizens hall.
Sister M. Ida Knecht, and Sister
M. Gerarda Stratman, of Wichita,
Kan., are visiting Sister Knecht’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Knecht
and other relatives here. Sister
Gerarda will return to Wichita
Wednesday, and Sister Ida will go
to Sterling, Comanche county,
where she will teach school.
Rev. and Mrs. Gene Oesch, and
daughter, Becky Sue, were one-
day visitors the first of the week,
in the home of his parents Rev.
and Mrs. E. Oesch, enroute to
their new place of work, St. John’s
Lutheran church of Farwell, Tex.
Before Rev. Oesch’s installation of
Aug. 21, he will attend the Orienta-
tion conference at LaGrange, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. William Eldredge,
of Tyler, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Don
Glidewell and children of Tulsa,
Sister Mary John Smith of Enid,
Sister M. Bridgett Smith, and Sis-
ter Marietta Rother, of Wichita,
Kan., were weekend guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John K.
Smith, Mrs. Glidewell and children
remained for a few days visit.
Paul Ludwig of Culver City,
Calif., spent the past week visiting
his grandmother, Mrs. Kate Lud-
wig and other relatives here. Paul
Is Club Hostess
Mrs. John Kortemeier, north
Banner, was hostess Tuesday
members of the Riverside home
A lesson on “Feeding the Gang1
was led by Mrs. S. C. Wilds, as-
sisted by Ruby Kortemeier, 4-H
Among those present were Mrs,
Eldon Wilds, Mrs. Raymond Robi-
son, Mrs. Arthur Meade, Mrs. Ed-
win Hurst, Mrs. Karl Hurst, and
Mrs. Leroy Stanley.
Next meeting will be Sept. 13
with Mrs. Karl Hurst, north of
and his maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Blanche Wallace, also of Cul-
ver City, spent the past five weeks
visiting relatives in El Reno, Okla-
homa City and Okarche. They left
Wednesday to return to their homes
Charles Rother, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Rother, and Sammy
Schaefer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Schaefer, left Sunday morning by
plane for the Great Lakes naval
training center, Chicago, 111., for
two weeks navy duty.
Honoring their daughter, Sister
M. Ida Knecht, and her companion,
Sister M. Gerarda Stratman of
Wichita, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Knecht entertained with a 6 o’clock
family dinner Sunday.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Curran Kritttenbrink and family
of Kingfisher, Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Figner and children of Bethany,
and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Knecht
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Knecht and children and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Knecht.
Private Paul Wiewel, who spent
a 13-day leave in the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wie-
wel, will leave Friday morning,
by plane for Fort Knox, Ky., being
transferred there from Camp Chaf-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shelby, Ok-
lahoma City, spent Sunday visiting
her mother, Mrs. E. C. Loosen.
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Chicken, like the red meats, should
be cooked according to the cut.
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Meaty pieces can be fried, broil-
ed or barbecued. But the back,
neck and wings don’t offer enough
meat and are difficult to eat when
cooked by any of these dry heat
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should be cooked with moisture.
Cover with water and add chopped
onion, celery, and herbs for flavor.
Simmer for about an hour or until
the meat easily flakes off the bone.
Use the broth for soup or thicken
for use on dumplings or toast.
The pre-cooked bony pieces and
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New Squad Car Light
Hidden Until Wanted
CHICAGO, Aug. 11—0ft—A newly
invented squad car warning light
remains hidden in the rear luggage
compartment until police want to
The driver merely has to press a
foot button near the accelerator to
elevate the signal, which rises on a
hydraulic jack through the rear
deck to the height of ordinary re-
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the whiteness of ny
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Lee Prince of the University of
Illinois home economics depart-
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at three temperatures and found
J the 120 degree water to be the best
j for preventing shrinkage and giv-
I ing the best over-all results.
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