The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 291, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 6, 1944 Page: 3 of 6
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Sunday, February 6, 1944
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Women’s Society of Christian
I Service of Central Methodist church
I conducted circle sessions in the
homes of various members Thurs-
Miss Adah Burge. 1101 South
| Barker avenue, entertained circle
II in her home.
< Mrs. Lester Nicholson led the
I devotionals and Mrs. J. O Hall
j read a very inu red mg article to
After a brief business session,
I refreshments were served to the
members present who included Mrs.
Qeorge Burge, Mrs. Roy Cox. Mrs.
Christian Church • Modern Etiquette
Q. If a friend has borrowed a
book and has kept it for several
months, is it all right to ask her
Members Assemble E or a. yes; a borrowed book should
Interesting Sessions Ig* *» kept Rny l0,‘*er thun 30
Group meetings of the General! Q How should the wedding ring
MOMMY Council of Women’s Work of the and lhe engagement ring be worn?
O. T. C. club. Hostess, Mrs. j First Christian church were con-1 A- usua' custom is to wear
Luther Collier, 415 South Roberts: ducted Thursday afternoon the wedding ring first with the en-
avenue I Mrs. W. E. Porter. 804 East Clark ga*e™?nt ,T.lng abo,vc 11 . , .
Eagles auxiliary. Business meet-1 street, was hostess to the Fan . Q 8hould °,,e Iower his head
ing in Eagles hall. Addition group when Mrs. W L. t°Ath*.?P0°“ .*he“
West Way club. Hostess, Mrs. A. Manln led tile devotionals and
A. No; bend the whole body
R. Little. 1106 West London street]1 Mrs "“vem Peterron “te^ht "the *!i8h,tly Jfo™ard but d0 no1 droP
Past Matrons club. Hostess at: lesson from World Call the hcad
!, mhV,',k MrS A D Lya,»H 3011 Those attending were Mrs. W! -
M A,m v Hon^ V L- Martin, Mrs. George Lovell.1 I l<‘*l r-(
A„,^ ‘ nV ,1 f T1 . Mrs. Onna Rhodes. Mrs E. A. LAJLKiedr-Y ItiFft
American Association of Unlver- Qo(|fnWi Mrs. peterson, Mrs c. V.mf* ]„ ft J
Johnson. Mrs. C. Newman and’ i UHl,rtln UCdU
sily Women. Meeting in the high-
school at 7:30 p. m. Program will
be on visual education and two
motion pictures on that subject
will be shown.
Ladies Auxiliary to the Switch-
men's Union of North America.
Hostess. Mrs. Ernest Hodgkinson.
820 South Hoff avenue.
Wesleyan Service guild of Cen-
tral Methodist church convened
Cleared of Debt
Adams was accompanied to Okla-
homa City by Mrs. Adams, the
former Miss Velma Gilbert, daugh-
HOLDENVILLE. Feb 5 — (U.R>—! t€r °* »*”• c- A. OUbert. 1015
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark, 117 I
A routine business and social
meeting of the Alethian Sunday
school class of the First Baptist
church was conducted Friday after-
noon in the home of Mrs. P. R.
Johnson. 1201 East Oak street.
Mrs. Gertrude Davis presided over
Mrs. John Bolinger. who also was
in charge of the devotionals, pre-
sented an Interesting discussion on
the needs of a post-war world.
Most of the afternoon was spent
in packing 14 kits for Russian re-
lic! These kits contain articles of I
necessity which now are unavailable
After refreshments were served
Mis Frank Smith closed the meet-
ing with a prayer.
Miss Patricia Ann Emrekin was
the only additional guest while
nu/inbets present Included Mrs. R.
Friday evening in the home of Members of the First Baptist] South Macomb avenue, and Major
Mrs. R. D. Klnkade. 420 East Wade [ church, organized here In 1897. will j and Mrs. Adams will maintain
dedicate their 17-year-old house ot their residence in Oklahoma City
worship Feb 20 to mark the final
payment of its debt.
An article, ’’Budgeting Time”
was presented to the group by
Miss Farra Kinkade
during his tour of duty at Tinker
The church was built in 1927. and
North group convened with Mrs.; South Macomb avenue, have an-
Sam Wallace, 218 North Barker j nounced the marriage of their
avenue. ] daughter, Miss Margaret Grace, to
Mi’s. John Stroffe was in charge1 Staff Sergeant Edward G. Lock-
of the devotionals and Mrs. Wal- j lear, son of Mr. and Mrs. L O.
lace reviewed the World Call lesson, j Locklear of Brady. Tex.
At the close of the afternoon | The double ring ceremony was
association, refreshments were served to Mrs. read at 8 p. m. Jan. 29 in the
Grace Smith. Mrs Ralph Jones, j Central Methodist church parson-
Study1 Mrs. Sam Freeman, Mrs. Stroffe, j age with Rev. Paul O. Whittle,
club. Hostess, Mrs. Ora May Mer- Mrs. Ora May Merveldt. Mrs. W. pastor, officiating,
veldt, 305 North Rock Island ave- H. Vergis, Mrs. C. L. Beverly. Mrs. The bride wore a winter wool
nue Roll call will be answered | Elizabeth Lyon. Mis. R. W. Wick-1 suit 0f orchid with a matching
with Bible characters. Lesson on, ware and the hostess, Mrs Wal-1 off-the-Iace hat and orchid and
*ace- j black accessories. Her corsage was
WEDNESDAY I Mrs. Clarence Imbodeu, 1007 of jonquils and blue iris.
Sterling Thimble club Hostess, Sunset drive, entertained the North- I Attending the couple were 8er-
Mrs. Hight. 316', North Rock Mrs Ralph Oamble. 717 South west group ' gcant and Mrs. Oeorge Splllcr and
Mrs. J A. DeAtlcy was in charge ' Corporal and Mrs. Milton Flem-
of the devotionals and Mrs C E. ing.
Unvlllfc reviewed the World Call. | Mrs. Locklear was graduated
Mrs. Imboden served lovely re- 1 from El Reno liighschool with the
H Hale, Mrs. C. A Evans. Mrs. 1 Mrs. Ned Collins of Yukon.
Alter a brief business session ,he mortgage was cleared last fall.
refreshments were served to the ! --—--
members presnt which included MAJOR ADAMS TRANSFERRED
phlrie Hodnett*,1 ^kUsI^Rosa''’Pierce* M*Jo1' Cl'arle<; Hf Adams’ servln«
Mis.-, Lora Mendenhall. Mrs. Paul " a™y alr f°rc“’ has bccn j
O Whittle, Mrs. R J Crump and ifT P^d,eton’ °re • j
Mrs Kinkade ^ Tinkcr pleld’ Oklahoma City,
« „ 4 where he is now stationed. Major |
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A Lee of,
Nashville, Tenn., have announced
the marriage of their daughter.
Miss Margaret Elizabeth, to Ser-
geant Norman C. Collins of Camp
Campbell. Ky„ son of Mr. anil
KURLEE LOX BEAUTY SHOP
lias Moved To
1001 South Reno, Phone 358
Charlotte lianick) Hoskins
L F. Gecry, Mrs. Hall. Mrs. B. A.
Huchteman. Mrs. R. F Jones. Jr.. [ Meeting in Eagles hull
Mrs. M. P. Kelly. Mrs. Clyde Matt- Every Woman's Bible
hews. Mrs. T. R. Musgrave. Mrs
Nicholson, Mrs H. C. Hight, Mrs.
M. I. Owen, Mrs B R Powell,
Mrs. George Purcell. Mrs. M W.
I Rogers. Mrs. Clara Ross. Mrs E. j Rebecca
| F. Brown und the hostess. Miss
The marriage was an event of
Nov 6 and the ceremony was per-
formed in the Twelfth Avenue
Church of Christ In Nashville with
Rev. James M. Tolle officiating.
Mrs. Annie Mai Mince of Nasli-
W Timberlake, Mrs. M C. Wit- vlljp cousin of the bride, was her
llams. Mrs. Sam H. Love. Mrs. Ouy
Reynolds, a new member, and the
hostess, Mrs. Johnson.
* * *
Smith, Mrs. J. W Bayless, Mrs.
J. C Griffith, Mrs. Bolinger, Mrs.
W A Stark, Mrs. Harry Garret.
Mrs. W. S Minnlck. Mrs. C. K.
Chase, Mrs. Ftrd O Garrett. Mrs.
H. B. Little. Mrs. Davis. Mrs. O
| Island avenue, will entertain the
| group at the next regular session
Circle 2 met in the home of Mrs.
Home and Child Study club.
Hostess, Mrs. Walter P Marsh.
1021 East Cak street.
£» zsar i | M/srir & ci i iz ss -
W W Mathews. 1026 South Ellison I Ladies Society to the Brother- , fre.,hmeius to Ml,s Spurr. class „f 1941. She was a member
and Mrs C. P
“Vn'mlK sTitcher/^dub 'hUsIc^ Mr^R^G^Jcrnmi/ DeAUe>’ r Ser*^nt LockJ“1' ^ graduated
at a valentine partv. Mrs William ! Jerman fro,,, the Voca. Tex.. higl«chool in
Vaughn. 421 South Williams ave- ' Mrv F R Oaughuni conducted 1932
nue. assisted by Mrs W v Mat- 1 llle bllslness of thc Southwest After a two-wcek wedding trip
son. ! group which met in the home of through Oklahoma and Texas, the
_ Mrs. J. A Hawkins. 1028 South j new lyweds will return to establish
i Hadden avenue. Mrs. R. J. Price a home in El Reno.
Programs (liven ’ed tbc devotionals and Mrs R. |
The session was o|iened with the
song, 'Take Time To Be Holy.”
Rev Paul O Wliiitle gave the
devotionals, using a paraphrase
of the “Sermon on the Mount."
Mrs J. E. Minut'd read an article
from “The Methodist Woman” on
the subject of a Methodist home I
for working girls In California. |
Mrs. R. D. Kinkade had charge of i
Those attending were Mrs Gar-
land Anderson. Mrs. Bell. Mrs H.
C. Coates. Mrs. Richard Crump.
Mrs. J. P Hampton. Mrs A W.
Hauser. Mrs R M King. Mrs.
Kinkade. Mrs. Leo Kamni. Mrs.
P. H. Morris. Mrs. Minard, Mrs.
O. E. Smith. Mrs Paul R. Taylor.
Mrs F. N Irving. Mrs W H
Seliroeder. Mrs. Mary Sharon. Mrs.
Paul Stevenson, one new member.
Mrs. C. C. Keller, and the hostess,
Lovely refreshments were served
and the meeting adjourned to
convene Mar. 2 in the home of
Mrs. Kamni. 311 South Ellison ave-
Mrs E. G. Jeffrey led the de-
votionals and taught the lesson
when the third circle convened in
the home of Mrs. M C. Hoard.
611 South Evans avenue.
One new member, Mrs Nannie
Chandler, was welcomed into the
During the business session, plans
were made for a pot-lurk dinner
to be served to the members and
their husbands Feb 8 in Mrs.
TTie group will meet ugain Mr
2 in the home oi Mrs Bert Ain-
berg, El Reno reformatory.
Those present Included Mis R.
D n , . wJ£,T£„t*u*ht **“ te"0° SSS,
I)V I resbvterians W01Id C“ corporation in Oklahoma City.
J J Refreshments were served after1 Sergeant Locklear Is at present
Division meetings of the General tl>e business wah completed. stationed at Fort Reno.
Society of Woman's Work of the 1 Members present included Mrs. j * * *
First Presbyterian church were E- E Davenport. Mrs M B Cope NLEDLEf RAFT CLUB
Mrs Price. Mrs Morris, Mrs ! is ENTERTAINED
conducted Thursday afternoon
Mrs R B Cobbs. 1020 South, Gaughorn. Mrs. O. O Tollefson, Roll call was answered with a
Macomb avenue, entertained the ] ^*rs A Smith. Mrs. Norman \ Bible verse when the Needlecraft
first division In her home at a Sehroeder and the hostess, Mrs.' dub was entertained in the home
I. 30 o'clock dessert Hawkins of Mrs. Dave Davis, 211 North
Mrs A. V Crotzer of Concho Mrs. Columbus Hall. 508 South Williams avenue, Friday afternoon.
was In charge of the program on,Barker avenue, entertained the Mrs E. L. Southard presented
“Spiritual Life of Indians of the South group when Mrs L E. • a reading and the afternoon was
Southwest." Mrs. Seth Nation gave; Handley conducted the business spent in working on a quilt,
the devotionals. ' and Mrs. Ward Freeman led the i During the business it was de-
Mrs Crotzer presented five ] devotionals. tided that the next session would
children from the primary grades A birthday gift was presented be conducted at 1:30 p. m. Feb. 11
In the Cheyemie-Arapaho Indian 1 to Mrs. E. R. Bachelor. in the home of Mrs. E. T. Elen-
school at Concho who sang sev- Refreshments were served to Mrs.. burg. 401 South Evans avenue
erul numbers for the entertainment. Arthur Clark. Mi s. Freeman, Mrs. I Members present included Mrs.
of the group. J A Van Alstine, Mrs. V A Oscar Williams. Mrs. R. T. Snead.
Mar. 2 is the date for the next | Mount. Mrs. Thomas Casstevens, ‘ Mrs. Dewey Carroll. Mrs W L.
session which will be conducted in Mrs. W B Reed. Mrs. J J Bat- \ Adams, Mrs Elenburg. Mrs South-
the home of Mrs John S. Doinke, ton. Mrs. Otis Anderson. Mrs. nrd and Mrs. Davis.
1017 South Ellison avenue. H. C. Mork. Mrs W L Bradly. * * •
A birthday party for division 2 Mr- W F. Brady. Mrs Handley, MRS. LAWRENCE MEYERS
was h* Id in the church beginning Mrs. Bachelor and Mrs. Hall AND DAUGHTER FETED
with a 1 o'clock luncheon. A Mrs. R. W Thom, 200 South Mrs. Lawrence Meyers and her
beautiful birthday cake was served Williams avenue, entertained the j infant daughter. Judith Ann. west
to tlie 17 members and three guests Central group in tier home ! of Calumet, were honored with a
present. Mrs O L. Dale was In charge; surprise “pink and blue" shower
After the business was completed or the devotionals. and Mrs. Stan- ! Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Fred Wewerka led the devo- ley Barker and Mrs Chauncey j Valentine contests were enjoyed
tlonals. Hall conducted the business. with Mi’s. Oval Ayers. Mrs. Ben
Next regulur session will be con- Relreshinents were served to Hoffman and Miss Putricla Ruth
ducted Mar 2 ill the home of Mrs. Mrs. W C Whitaere. Mrs. Harry j Meyers receiving the prizes. These |
J. E Kelso, 811 South Hoff ave- ' Doiuiellan. sr.. Mrs J T. Douglas,! in turn were presented to the
E. Hartronft. Mrs Arlie Ledbetter., nue Mrs. C. P McDonald. Mrs. Dale i honorees.
Mr.- E. W Flagler, Mrs Chandler. [ Third division met with Mrs. C. i Mrs J B. Compton. Mrs Barker. I Judith Ann received many lovely
OMEGA CHAPTER MEETS
WITH MRS. LEWIS
Omega chapter of Beta Sigma
Pin met Thursday evening In the
home of Mrs. James Lewis, 108
East Cavanaugh street.
Miss Katherine Lodes, president,
conducted the business session and
Mr- Earl Armold of Yukon was
in charge of the program.
Tnose attending were Mrs. Ar-
thur Leighton. Mrs O. Crawford.
M Edwin Dyer. Mrs. E. Garrett
Miles, Miss Lodes. Miss Doreen
Fi kel, Mrs. R. L. Davis. Mrs. Ar-
ni<zld and the hostess, Mrs. Lewis.
A lovely dessert course was
served to the Rroup.
Next regular session will be with
M Leighton. 1120 South Barker
avenue, Feb. 17.
* * *
AUXILIARY MEETS FOR
B1 N1NESS SESSION
Routine business was discussed
with Mrs. Roy Collins, president,
in charge during the meeting of
the Ladles Auxiliarv to the Bro-
therhood of RailWHV Trainmen in
the Trainmen's hall at 2 o'clock
Those present included Mrs. Gena
Shepard of Oklahoma City. Mrs.
W O Wick. Mrs J E. Offield.
Mrv Sam Wallace and Mrs. Col-
The next meting will be held
Fell 18 in the hall.
FREE KOOK—Explains Causes
and Related Ailments
only attendant while Corporal Wll- i
liam Husky served as best man.
Sergeant Collins is a graduate
of Yukon highschool with the class
The newlyweds are making their
home at 1814 Eleventh avenue
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Mrs. Henry Schwetbert, Mrs Am-
berg, Mrs. E. C Cannon. Mrs H
Lumaduc, Mrs Jeffrey. Mrs. j asslsUnt hostess
H TVs li 618 South Ellison a\c-
nue with Mrs. W H
Mr- C M Brady. Mrs H P.' gifts. Those who sent gifts bu’
McKee as ] Leepcr. Mrs. Cora Todd and Mrs were unable to attend were Mi -
' Hall. Bari Smith. Mrs. Ray Laughhn
and Miss Maxine Hart.
I Will Be Out Of My Office Until February 16.
Office and Hospital Will Remain Open
During My Absence.
William B. Catfo, M. D.
C. H. Perry and Mr> Hoard. j There were 14 members present
Mrs. Oertrudc Clark assisted j and one guest. Mrs Don Van , William Harrison. 102 South j At the close of the afternoon j
Mrs. Walter P Crltes. 320 East I Ryan i Grand avenue, was called to An-1 refreshments were served to Mrs I
Wade street, when circle 4 con- j Mr- Lillie Tompkins led the' dalusia, Ala., Tuesday by the sert- Isaac Long. Mrs. Henry Rauh.
veiled in her home devotionals and Mrs. H. 8. McOee ous illness oi his father, B. J. j Mrs. Hoffman. Mrs. Clifford De-1
Mrs. Paul O Whittle led the | reviewed the book. We Who Are I Harrison. Mrs. Harrison has re- France. Mi's Ayers and Mrs I
devotionals and Mrs J N Roller-1 America." | cetved word that her father-ln- Luther Paulk. Miss Meyers and i
son reviewed an interesting ar- j Next meeting will be held Mar. ] law is much improved. [ Mrs. Meyers
ii/Tc bu ttM STOUR ,1 nature a covered dish; " ' " ' 1
Two new members. Mrs John luncheon at the church.
Buxton and Mrs. L. W White, j a dessert course was served to j
und one guest. Mrs H W Walkln- J seven members of the fourth divt- !
slRiw. were present In addition 'o J sion mid one guest. Mrs D. B. |
the regular members who in- j Winfrey, when the group convened '
eluded Mrs Whittle. Mrs Jess, ln the llollM, o( Mr„ w T j^..
Burge. Mrs Flank Jones. Mrs. nolds. 508 East Wade street, at I
N P Modrall. Mis C W. Wtgguis. ] j 30 p „i
Mrs. MAttic Perdue, Mrs. T E ; After the brief business session ■
Emerson. Mrs Preston Kcely, Mrs j Mrs W C. Maler reviewed part
Lro C Murray. Mrs Sarah Bfchor, 0f the txaik. Wc Who Arc Aincrl-
Mrs Neill B. Waldo, Mrs C 8 can*."
Forbes, Mrs Roberson. Mrs Ray The Mar. 2 meeting will be held
McCormack. Mrs L. A McCul- ! Jn the home of Mrs Bvron U
lough. Mrs Clark. Mrs Eflle Cor- Re<uir, 820 South Bickford uve-
lee. Mr*. Tice Wagner and the nu<>i
hostess, Mrs Crlte*. ) " —- ■ —
The Mar 2 meeting will be con-
ducted in the home of Mrs George
Foreman, Concho, with Mrs Wig-
help* bring ease
and comfort to
Vf o T H K R ' S
III FRIEND, an
pared emollient. Is
useful In all condi-
tions where s bland mild nnodyne mas-
sage medium In skin lubrlentlon Is de-
sired One condition In whlrh »w|
for more thsn 70 years have used It I-. sn , I
appllrstlon for massaging the body dur- . I
Ing pregnsney It helps keep the skin ' |
soft and pliable thus avoiding un-
necessary discomfort due to dryneee and
tightness. It refreshes and tones the
skin. An Ideal message appllrstlon loi
the numb, .Unallng or burning sensa-
tions ol the skin... for the tired back
muscles or cramp-llke pains In the legs.
Quickly absorbed Delightful to use
Iflehly pnUd by umn, ninny doctor* a nil
nnr*M Jtmt «*k any druirfUt for Mother's
yrlaud—th# «kin lubricant Try ll tonight.
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1205 SUNSET DRIVE
Preaching Thaf Sfirs... Singing That Blesses
MORNING MESSAGE “AA||’’'
at 11:00 A. M. UUU
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE at 8:00 P. M.
“The First and Second
Woes of Revelation”
1.98 and 2.98
Be rashion-wim- and thrifty, loo.
with a dickey cwlIrcUwn. Drraa
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dickey, cun take the place of
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quick-change lifts to your spring
and summer wardrobe.
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