The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 92, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1951 Page: 3 of 6
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Ladies Altar Society
Schedules Food Sale
Mara were mmpletad tor a cooked
hM Mt at 1 a. a. Oatoeday at
T«ngUood Dcctrk cowptDj vbn
the SL Agnes unto at the Ladtoa
ABar society at tha Barvwd Heart
OtoheHe chareh met tor ttok rag-
Mtf wmaOoe he the boiK d Mis.
L&Odmn. HI North K.
ore and Mia R O Wakh wo
W score. Ttavettag prtae went to
Un. Jack Boa and Mia WQUam
Mb am the atit prtoe.
Mia J. r. Kelly aabtod Mia
| DHavan to serving a refreshment
I _ UeatoR present wn Mn. Don
I Oomta. Mrs. Anton Bmenbom.
I Mia James Waleh, Mrs Henry Wolf.
I Mrs William Zajie. Mrs. Briggs
| Mn. Kelly. Mra Roaa Mn. Watch
d Mn. Wosfta.
Oaeai for the meeting were Mra
IlL Bmenhont and Mra J. D. WW.
I Mra Wad became a -—.her of
I the onto
There win be no meeting In July
and the date of the August meeting
nffl he announced later.
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With Tuesday Dinner
Mr. and Mra Bryan Gregory.
JIM South Shepard, entertained
I with a six o'clock dinner Tuesday
1 evening honoring Mr. and Mn.
| Look Sturta. San Francisco. Calif
Guests included Mr. and Mn.
Icton SUer and daughter, siiihe
I hw. Mr and Mn. Ernest Siler and
Ij son. Etanald. Mr. and Mra A. H.
i Neman. Leon Gregory and Janet
so Boyd attar the ev
at the Water Met]
Mra W. K
Pastor Conducts Regular
Mission Guild Meeting
Ber. Robert lbei conducted the
Mai on the sixth and seventh
-oamandmento when the Trinity
Lutheran Mission guild ot the Trin-
ity Lutheran church held Its reg-
ular monthly business meeting m
the church basement Thursday af-
Open 8 A. M.
American Legion Hall
The meeting waa closed by the
group repeating the Lord s Payer.
Mra Charlea Johnaon and Mia
John Boahoff served refreshments.
Members present were Mra Ann.
ore. Mra. Lawrence Nuae. Mra H
Lohenagard. Mra William Messen-
ger - Mra Martin Roacher. Mrs.
Pam Bandera Mrs Ernest flehein.
Mr. Joe Sherer, Mra H. Wteman.
Mrs. M Wieman
Atoo Mra WUlmm Wieman. Mra
Hanna York. Mr. Bober’. Lane.
Mra Pled Biegei. Mr. Robert Biel.
Mr. H. Bremseth. Mr. H Gal-
lagher. Mra lee Goodwin. Mrs. U-
wta Kirch. Mn. H C Klepper and
Mtoa Beverly Bandera
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Elects Mrs. Crosswhite
Mra Ernest Crosswhite was elect-
ed president of the Worfcbaket chib
when they met Wednesday after-
noon with Mr Harold Glass. 11(0
The afternoon was devoted to
needlework and refreshments were
aerved at the dose ot the meeting
Members attending presented the
hostess miscellaneous gifts
Members present w*r Mra Theo-
<1or Lorenaen. Mn. A. N. Keith.
Mn. Robert Doyle. Mra Wm»r
Christopher. Mr Crosswhite and
The Women's ITtoilianj Onto
ot the Pint aaplM church beM
a the cfameh.
* of Mra K. A. Jack-
Mia J. W. Hodges
g the mutton The
as Ttee la a Wide-
m „^iyer wws oCfand by
City, a gueat far the maath«. I
The pngram was enttttod -BUr- !
itag to Middle amrrtcs.” Mr W. C.
Murphy gave the devothumh mi
Mr P. P. Bartlett, Mn. W. Cto 1
McCain. Mr W. C. Murphy. Mn
J. C. Raper. Mr A. O. Cash. Mra
W. K Bailee. Mn R. T. Huddart.
Mr W 3 Brawn and Mn Hofaa.
Other members present were Mr
Charles Peterka. Mr O. L. Ptok-
ston. Mr OUn McNew. Mn Curtto
Callahan. Mr w. N Barker. Mr
R. C. Nichols. Mr William A
Thompson. Mr Ryan Rathfl. Mr
Also Mr Y. H Rciscbe. Mr J.
D Mitchell. Mrs 8. K
Mr. Riley Tarver. Mr. George Mil-
ler. Mr H. V. TUUnghaat. Mr J.
W. Paxaon. Mr Roy Joule. Mr
Lore Ot A Match
AgricaMarc Liac Spreader
am am. nmua. atw-i
a X Bl Imha dm
dm and Mr Victor Caah
• a a
Wedding Set Thursday
In Houston, Tex.
Mr Mabel Stewart Sic ber and
Henry Melvin Wilkins, both of
Houston. Tea. win repeat marriage
vows June 31 to Houston.
The bride-elect to the daughter
at Mn. Lydia Stewart and the late
Howard Stewart, of Houston, for-
mer B Reno residents. She was
graduated from the B Reno tugh-
The prospective bridegroom is the
son of Mrs. Adeie Wiltons, atoo of
Elmer Schwab. 1001 South Had-
den. unde ot Mr Swber. plans
to attend the wedding.
State Officials Attend
Royal Neighbors Meet
Special guests for Thursday's
meeting of the Royal Neighbors ot
America were Mr Loto Mnegge.
Oklahoma City, state supervisor.
Mn. Bertha Padgett, district dep-
uty. and Mr Rosetta Poster both
Hn. Tom Hams was luncheon
hostess for the all-day meeting at
the IOOP hall ahd Mn. Emmet:
Mark, oracle, presided during the
buuness meeting. Twenty-three
®emben were present for the meet-
How Can I?
59 POUNDS FOOD
in Hm Ftmu Chwst of this ntw
9 How can I boil a cracked egg?
A. Wrap an ordinary white
paper around the egg and hod as
usual. The paper becomes wet and
clings ao tightly to the that
the cracks are chad and none ot
the egg escapes.
Q How can I prevent a blister on
the heel when shoes slip?
A. Rub paraffin or soap on the
stocking. Within a short ■*»» the
slipping win stop.
ft How can I dean brass fix-
A Sponge the fixtures with hot
vinegar and wit. rinse with map.
s’xta. and palish with flannel or
chasms moistened with a few
drops ot paraffin or sewing ma-
chine osL Ply specks may be re-
moved by sponging with sUwiw^
teruined with a breakfast at 7 30
a m. Friday in the church dtotiag
Mrs Lioyd Palmer. Mr O. C.
Bollinger and Mr R. K Payton
Win the Mix-Match. Teener. wer* hostesses for the event,
with thn Carefree Three! A mini- Those attend mg were Mr P. R
mum at ample sewing gets you a [ Johnson. Mr. J. M Flippen. Mr
maximum wardrobe. Two shirt- Effie Offieki. Mr L. J. Goode. Mn
versions, smart shorts, wrap-skirt! Prank South. Mr. D. L. Bishop.
Pattern 3137 in Teenage stoes Mr C. F Evans and Mn. H B.
13. 12. 14. M. Sire 12 sleeveiess ■ u't> of Oklahoma City
b*OUB«- 1"» yards 35-Inch; skirt. The next meeting will be July
,lv yards; shorts. 1 yard. , 20 when Mn Bishop and her group
This easy-to-use pattern gives « hostesses at a picnic for
perfect fit. Complete, illustrated t^mben and their families.
Sew Chart shows you every step.
Send 33c to coos far this pattern
to Marian Martin, care of The
B Reno Daily Tribune. No. 333.
Pattern Dipt, 232 West ISth SL.
Hew York 11. N Y. Print plainly
'em with toe and style
■*» itaaghtn of
Mr H_ j. Powefl. gx2
r. and Robert Warren
« of nr . and Mr
*• L. raaslnghsin. Shawnee, have
announced plans for then weddtog
which wfD take place at 5 pi m.
July 23 to the Pint Christian
church. Rev Harold Etaa win per-
form the ceremony.
Paul Minrtewian at Ttaba. accom-
Pwried by Mias Clarice Jo
•t the organ, win ong nuptial Me—
ctkato preceding the ceremony, f
The bride-elect has cboaen Mrs.,
Paul Hurley. Oklahoma City, to
••-tend her as matron at twaar,
with Miss Yvonne Bsea.
City, tnd Mbs Patty Young. Hk ___
Ci^. as bridesmaids. | DOCTOR OF MEDICINE —
Jim Smdt. Port Worth. Tex. win Evelyn Lorenaen. of Mr
*""" as best man. and Robert Dorothy Lorenaen. Tig South BU-
Blackftock of Drumright. Robert foa- reeeaed her M. D degree
Toner. Shawnee. Harry McMlIlisr, today at the University of minds.
Bristow, and Hugh Brinson. Ofcla- Doctor Lorenaen completed hwh-
hrma City, win usher vdiool here in 1338: received her
A reception win be held honoring B S d*5?r'* •* OC ta ***2; and
the bnde and bridegroom, at the • H- D from Cornea Cni-
E Reno Country club Unmediatoly *’ers*ty m ***•■ The following year
taier the ceremony. 1—’
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Althean Class Meets
At Breakfast Friday
Members of he Ala thru class of
the Pint Baptist church were en-
Peggy Huston Is
at this i
’ for Okrto
! aa grand
The grand cram of color degree
raw given logs, facto and Mr
Others from ■ ..._^
**• ****big were Cental Pryrmr.
Jo Aon facto ----r pnri—
Mrs. X H. facto and Mn. cath-
Mrs. F. A. Thompson Is
. — ... >mpson
Red Rock Chib Hostess
Mr P. A. Thompson was fnmti mi
to the Red Rock home demonstra-
tion club Tuesday afternoon at the
After the business meeting, it was
decided the club would give Jerry
Crowley an Oklahoma A. and U.
college scholarship Pair adMk
were dtscuased alter which Mr
tod lesson aa
nt included Mrs
Preeman Denwalt. Mn. John Der.-
walt, Mr Rex Colt. Mn Homer
Miller. Mr Oien Bright. Mrs.
Miner. Mr BiD Mayberr. I
Mn- James Morrison. Mrs. h. C.
McCann. Mr Claude EHisoc Mrs.
L. G. Ooburn and Mr Thompson
Miss Margaret EdseL home dem-
oostrathm agent, was a guest for
Q When a husband and wife
are giving a dinner in their home,
and they hare no servants. wlx>
should greet the guests at the
door as they arrive?
A The husband.
Q When at the dinner table and
one has a violent attack of cough-
ing. what is the best thing to do?
A. Ask to be excused, and then
toave the room unul the tenure
was ‘pent as a research fellow tn
medicine. Harvard Medical School.
Boston. Mass. She will arrive in
□ Reno Sunday for a short visit
before she begins her internship
on July 1 at Charity hospital. New
AYER. Mass.—U»—Arthur E.
Lowau. 2B. of Nashua. N. H_'
didn't know whether he was com-1
ing or going. Arrested tor speed-1
tng on Saturday. Lozeau paid a [
*20 fine In district court on Mon-
day. On the way home to Nashua
he was caught speedup again.
Tuesday he was stopped a third
time in the same county and Wed- j
nesday he was back to court.
Your Home Needs
1U A Rad
Q What is the proper tiling to
say when vou have failed to under-
stand or hear what someone else
A Other -Please?" or, ~T beg
your pardon?" is accepted form
ft What ts a good phrase for a
to us* when she to tocro-
duemg her *“»«*■» mi to another
•A. "Mr. Martin, may I introduce
my husband to you?”
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 92, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1951, newspaper, June 15, 1951; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924756/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.