The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 203, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1939 Page: 3 of 8
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3EK 20, 1939
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1939
EL RENO (ORLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
Kastl of Stillwatei
eral davs this weel<
trlckland and chil-
I Franklin, of C.ie-
'ednesday with Mi-
ip Koubn and fain-
Ira Louis Hansko
in Oklahoma City
)obry of Yukon unc
of Stillwater spen!
noon with Mrs. v
k made a bttsines
Selement and soul
home this weed
two months \utij
s Puil D-'vis Ihli
I Mis. George Wat-I
Norl.vn Ray. all oil
t Sunday evening!
Mrs. Antoni Kouba 1
.SOCIETY MEETS IN
Services Conducted At
Initiation ceremonies for a group
of pledges to Adelante, Spanish
club in the 0 Reno highschool,
|were conducted Thursday after- ■ Don Cole, 1200 South Barker ave
T. M. T. M. club. A no-hostess
wiener roast will be given for all
members and their families.
0 Reno Study club. Members will
visit the Oklahoma City federal
art exhibit when their hostess will
be Mrs. Nan Sheets.
Athenaeum club. Hostess, Mrs.
Foreign Work Studied By
noon at the school building.
nue, when Dr. J. H. Marshburn,
The service was exemplified by | professor of English at the Univer-
|m1ss Marjie McGinnis, Miss Naomi | sity of Oklahoma, Norman, will
McDermott and Stanley Young-1 give the first of a series of lec-
Iheim after the program opened; tures.
The new home of the president,!
Mrs. Jess M. Burge, 401 South 1
Hoff avenue, was the place for
the tneeting of Women's Mission-
ary society of the Central Method-
ist church Thursday afternoon.
Associate hostesses during the
meeting, held in the recreation I
room were Mrs. F. Howard Mor-i
ris, Mrs. Bion F. Taylor. Mrs. Roy ,
King and Mrs. Walter H. Cobbs.
After the Lord's prayer, repeated |
in unison. .Mrs. Charles S. Forbes
took charge of the program on I
"Lifting Our Horizons in Fields i
Afar Through a United Method-!
with the flag salute; creed and j Cubanettes club. Hostess, Mrs.
motto were given by Miss Oil-j voris Mayfield. 124 North 0 Reno
bertta Hildebrand; and history of!avenue.
the chapter by Miss Lois Higgin-1 0rder Qf star ReguUr
betham. The program concluded meellng the Masonlc temple
with assembly singing of “America
and stunts by the new members.
ism." It was given in a carry-1
go-round discussion of all enter- j
prises in foreign fields. To em-1
phaslze the progress and success
of the .work it was pointed out j
that the mission activities began i
Monday Night Bridge club. Host- jn a one-room, rented school build- |
ed in accessories of the bridge
games and appointments of the
refreshment course served after-
ward. Marigolds were used as
Mrs. Albert M. Larson received
the high score favor with Mrs.
C. W. Ruckman winning the con-
I solation honor. Hostess gifts were
Misses Dyer and Mackey presented Miss Mendenhall and
I Miss Frerking.
Hostesses At linage The guests were Mrs. Larson.
__ 1 Mrs. Ruckman, Mrs. Fred H. Dodge,
Miss Lora Mendenhall and Miss Mrs Frank Dhrear. Mrs. Ralph
Lydia Frerking shared honors at! Jones, Mrs. Guy Hobgood Mrs.
the bridge party given Thursday Bessie Madray, Mrs E. J. Allgood,
evening by Miss Flodelle Dyer and M6s- R- Boczklewlcz,
Background for the initiation i fs' Mrs Everett McCulley, 109 tag while now the work is being I
service was a flag stand display- |North Barkei' avenue- 'carried on in 17 countries where
the 21 Latin American flags, j Eagles auxiliary. Hostesses at missionary property is valued at |
On the table were red, yellow and!800!®! meeting at the Eagles hall,
purple tapers and a floral cen- Mrs Ernest Haynes, Mrs. Ray Pen-
tcrpiece. Refreshments were serv-: wright and Mrs. Robert Burns,
ed and each was presented a floral i Chapter AE, P. E. O. sisterhood.
favor. ‘Hostess, Mrs. Don Allison, 720 Burma. Malaya and The Islands of
Officers for the club this year South Barker avenue. (the Sea.’ "War-Tom China.” "The
Mrs. Grace Woodfin gave "Be- j
ginning In India;" Mrs. Walter [
P. Crites discussed "Serving in |
Miss Lois Mackey at Darlington
Both Miss Mendenhall and Miss
Frerking recently assumed duties
j as new members of the faculty
I at the Cheyenne and Arapaho In-
| dian agency school at Concho.
' Miss Mendenhall came here from
, Haskell Indian school at Law-
| rence Kan., to serve as head of
I the home economics department
j to replace Miss Irene Parsons who
Nellie Servos, Miss Sallee Smith,
Miss Elsie Wolf, Miss Adelma
Laughlin and Miss Helen Denson.
DOUBLE VALUE IN EGGS
GOLDENDALE, Wash.. —(U.P.)—
Sixteen out of 19 eggs cracked by
Mrs. Ann Gilmore and Jack Dres-
sel at an inn here had double
yolks. The eggs were from two
dozen purchased at a local store.
Henry Kouba, Mrs. Henry Yeck,
Miss Mary Condry, Miss Marie
Bornemann, Miss Lillian Hobel-
man, Mrs. Alvin Bornemann, Mrs.
E. H. Bornemann, Miss Finley,
Miss Verna Bornemann, Miss
Huchtemann and Miss Irene Chap-
They will meet Nov. 2 with
Miss Hobelman, south of Banner.
BEE STING IS “CURE"
SABETHA. Kan., —(U.R)— Noah
Henry, who.owns several hives of
bees, has a novel cure for rheu-
matism. While tending his bees,
Henry found that bee stings help-
ed his rheumatism. Now. whenever
JOANN CLUB FETED
AT BRIDGE PARTY
For JoAnn club and a group of
additional guests, Mrs. Elmer
Griffith, 221 North Barker avenue,
entertained at a bridge party Thurs-
day evening. Her guests included
Mrs. Darrell Burrow, Mrs. Leon
Allen. Mrs. Harry Armstrong and
Mrs. Joe Kubala.
Mrs. Burrow was presented the
guest prize, while high score among
the club members was held by Miss
Verna Bornemann with second high
being received by Miss Gladys
After the card games a brief
business session was held during H notlces his rheumatism get-
*h‘ch Pu-werediscussed for the tlng worse he has several ^
club's birthday dinner Nov. 16. A
I was transferred to Haskell, Miss j Mrs. W. L. Moore, 520 South1
Frerking is a highschcol instruc- Hoff avenue, has returned from,
I tor, taking the vacancy left by; Sterling, Kan., where she visited;
I lire transfer of Roland Sundown for several days with her mother,
| to Fort Yates, N. D„ where Miss j Mrs. E. C. Werner, who has been
j Frerking formerly taught. seriously ill for the past month.!
A Hallowe'en motif was employ- She was reported greatly improved. I
committee composed of Miss Ruby
Huchtemann, Miss Gladys Finley I
and Mrs. E. H. Bornemann. was ;
appointed to make final arrange- j
ments for the event.
Members entertained were Mrs.
^ yfVm Relieve misery direct
Back of Ft. Reno Shoe Shop
SATURDAY. OCT. 21
1:30 P. M.
Anyone wishing to eonsign any-
thing call 1261.
EVERETT & BALL
8re Stanley Youngheim, president;
Miss McGinnis, vice president;
Miss Higginbotham, secretary; Miss
Gilbretta Hildebrand, treasurer;1 413 East Wade street.
Miss Irene March and Mrs. James j Women's Benefit association.
M Blair, sponsors. Other members Regular meeting in the Eagles hall,
attending were Miss McDermott.! Bridgettes club Hostess, Mrs
Miss Maybeth McOill, Miss Anna-' C. E. Merveldt, 219 North Evans
lean Pearce and Mrs. Thomas Gil-1 avenue.
jlilan. I G. T. C. club. Hostess. Mrs. L.
Pledges who were initiated In-1C. Collier. 912 South Macomb ave-
‘ eluded Miss Mary Oreen. Miss nue
TUESDAY | Work in Japan," "Cooperation in ]
Women's Christian Temperance j Korea and Mexico.” "In Africa and ,
union. Hostess, Mrs. Hattie Lord, j South America."
Topic of the meditation service j
conducted bv Mrs. F. Howard Mor-
Covvrlohl. 1919. by Fairchild.
An arresting design is presented
in the "fur dress." Fashioned of
Bonnie Selfridge. Miss Helen Bak-
er. Miss Anita Grant, Miss Rosilyn
Hi-Heels club Hostess, Mrs
Grant Bacher. 506 South Choctaw
rls was "Seek and Find " She con-
cluded with prayer.
During the business session con- ....... .
ducted by Mrs. Burge a report was! sleek gray kidskin, the princesi
$100, which has been prepared as , oblong-shaped muff
an annual gift for a preachers matching fur in deeper gray
Frazier, Miss Florian Walker. Miss avenue.
Clara Bell Griffin. Miss Betty] Past Oracles club Hostess, Mrs
| Green, Miss Marjorie Pearce. Miss C O. Shaw. 502 South Miles ave-
Mildrcd Tinsley. Miss Rosemary nue.
: Smith, Harry Garrett, Bobby Don1 Tuesday Players. Hostess. Mrs.
Modrall, Billy Jim Little. Paul j C. A. Mason. 918 South Macomb
Moulton, Kenneth Flagler, Bob avenue
iHampton, Merle Simmons and! Chapter M, P E O. sisterhood.
tone. This muff may be used as a
collar, forming a wide - shoulder
17th Birthday Is
Marked By Party
The seventeenth birthday annl-
Hostess. Mrs George E LeVan.
720 South Hoff avenue
Veterans of Foreign Wars auxil-
iary. The sixth anniversary din-
family adopted by the missionary
Three new members were intro-
duced They are Mrs. H. H. Raney,
Mrs J P Sessions and Mrs. Gar-1 STERLING THIMBLE
land Sears ! ,s ENTERTAINED
In attendance were Mrs Lee \ Mrs. Gertrude Clark. 709 South
Harvev Mrs. R F. Jones. Jr.. Mrs. Hadden avenue entertained Ster-
Clyde Matthews. Mrs M. P. Kelly, ling Thimble club Wednesday af-
Mrs J. W Barree. Mrs Anna Bast. | ternoon. having as additional
Mrs. Henry Schweibert. Mrs. Henry guests Miss Lottie Glerhart and
C Coates. Mrs. W H. Gilbert. Mrs Walter P. Crites
Mrs George Purcell. Mrs. Charles! At the close of the hour of
for all auxiliary and post mem-
bers and their families.
D Y W Y K club Hostess,
versary of Norman Stansbury was i Mrs c T st,reeter. 312 East Wade
celebrated at the party given stre^
Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. | T M T club Members will meet
Eugene Stansbury in the home of > ^ highschool for a
Mi and Mrs. Charles Evans, east j Ha]lowr en partv
of the city. ] Kutn uubble Sunday school class
The rooms were decorated in I of thc F1rst Christian church
gala suggestions of Hallowe'en. The j HogU. at wiener roast. Mr and
reireshment table was centered ‘ R ,ph Costl„, ioo4 West Wade
with a pink and white decorated ™reet
birthday cake. Rebekah lodge Regular business
Bunco prizes were won by Miss I ,, ln the j 0 o F. hall
Mildred Aubrey and Miss Marne | Booster ciass of the First Chrts-
Courtney. while honors in the churrh Hostess at monthly
games of pinochle were received by j mWt, Mrs P \ Ferguson. 1200
Gene Stansbury and Charles Evans Ash street whoSe associate
for high scores and Dr. T V. Pom- wU, * Mrs Veme Peter-
ell and Price Courtney for the ^ and Mrs Flovd Hofmann Bee-
consolation scores | o( of(lcers wl„ ^ held.
A marshmallow roast was featur- ____
dThe guests were Miss Myrtle DISSERT-BRIDGE
I.uschen, Miss Mildred Aubrey. Mbs FOR BID OR OOUBL
Marne Courtney. Miss Lucile Stans-, Mr and Mrs. John T_ Meadors
Mbs 1806 South Rock Island avenue,
entertained at a dessert-bridge
Thursday evening honoring mem-
ner will be served at the post hall s porbes. Mrs. Walter P Crites, I needlework Mrs. Crites assisted the
Mrs. Leo Kamm. Mrs. Carl Whit-. hostess in serving delicious re-
bury. Miss Lillian Pope.
Frances Julian. Miss Wanda John-
son. Samuel Barlow Whltacre. Ed-
die Joe Aubrey. Walter Myers. Har-
bers of Bid or Double Bridge club
mterj.mior7ourtn^."ch.rle.i Hallowe'en appointments and fay-
Dr and Mrs T V ors were used In a seasonal motif
Powell, Mr. and Mrs Price Court- In the games Mrs. T j. Cox
| and E. R. Barnhart held high
n*y‘ * * * scores with Mrs Oeorge Shlrey
STUDY CLUB MEMBERS and Leo Kamm winning the con-
t ONVENE THURSDAY solation favors Traveling prize was
Our Lady of Perpetual Help won by Mr Barnhart.
Study club convened Thursday aft- Those present were Mr and Mrs.
ernoon with Mrs Lester Lorenzen. Kamm. Mr and Mr*. Shlrey. Mr
northwest of the city, when the | and Mrs. J. C. Stickley. Mr anc
lesson was given in the form of,Mrs Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Barnhart
a series of questions and answers, j They will meet In two weeks in
•Preparation of the World for the Shlrey home, 735 South Miles
Chrtatianlty" was read by Mrs. J avenue.
J Munn. Mrs J. W. Dulln. chair- j —-- „
man of the program committee. I MOTHER IN SISTERHOOD
gave a report pertaining to the! WICHITA. Kan. -<U.R>- Mrs.
year books, which will be dlstrtbu- i Mary Schmidt, formerly of Lleben-
ted soon ithal. Kan., who has three daugh-
Tliose attending the meeting were ters in Catholic sisterhoods, has
A. T. Wolf, Mrs. Dulln, Mrs. j entered the order or the Sisters
Hamilton, Mrs Munn. Mrs. Servant* of thc Holy Heart of
Felstel and Mrs. M. H. ] Mary at Beaversvllie, III Mrs
Reding Mr* Mamllton will pre-1 Schmidt, mother of five children,
pare the question* for the meeting 1 decided to enter the religious order
Nov 2 latter her husband died._
lock. Mrs. E C Canon. Mrs. Wal-
ter Wilson Mrs. Earl Dunn Mrs.
A W Heuser. Mrs M. Oaks. Mrs.
E G. Jeffery. Mrs. Gertrude Clark.
Mrs A. E Farmer. Mrs. James
Weed ahd daughter, Helen. Mrs. I.
A Weed of Kansas City. Kan .
Mrs. Nancy Erbar. Mrs. George M.
Burge, Mrs Howard Collins, Mrs
Frank N Irving. Mrs. Churchel
W Zimmerman. Mrs. L. A Mc-
Cullough. Mrs. Grace Woodfin
Mrs. Roy Kinkade, Miss Adah
Burge and Mrs. L. F. Geery.
* * *
DIVERSION OF CLUB
Embroidery work was the diver-
sion of the afternoon when Mrs.
Ralph Whitlock, south of the city,
was hostess Wednesday to mem-
bers of Help One Another club
and three guests. Mrs. L. M. Bar-
nard, Mrs. Charles Smith and
Members present were Mrs Le-
land Anderson, Mrs. Frank Blanc.
Mrs. Harvey Orimmet. Miss Anna
Huchtemann. Mrs. Henry Huchte-
mann. Mrs. Will Matthies. Mrs.
J D McLean. Mr*. L. H Meissner,
Mrs Edwin Porter. Mrs. Garland
Porter, Mrs Clifford Smith and
Mrs. Carl Wagner.
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved before adjournment to meet
Nov. 1 with Mrs. Anderson, south
of the city.
Those present were Mrs. Ralph ]
Gamble. Mrs C. E. Welden. Mrs
O. O. Tollefson. Mrs. Carl Glerhart.
Mrs. H. C. French. Mrs. John
Hackett. Mrs. M B Cope, Mrs. H
A. Dever, Mrs. "W. W. Slaughter,
Mrs. Clyde Matthews and Mrs. Lon
Plans for the next meeting will
be announced later.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 203, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1939, newspaper, October 20, 1939; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924705/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.