The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 112, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 10, 1955 Page: 2 of 10
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The El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
and WOMEN'S PAGE
Edited by MILDRED L. COKER-Phone 19
Mrs. M. M. Golden
Feted on Birthday
Mrs. M. M. Golden, president of
the Every Woman’s Bible class of
the First Christian church, was
honored with a birthday party Fri-
The party was held during their
all-day meeting at the church for
quilting and sewing.
Rev. and Mrs. Harold Enz and
children, Ralph, Patricia, Anita,
and Deborah, were guests for the
noon luncheon. Devotions were led
by Mrs. Bess Breeze.
Those present included Miss
Florence McDougall, Mrs. Fannie
Frosch, Mrs. E. A. Godfrey, Mrs.
Nell Lovell, Mrs. T. A. Gaubert,
Mrs. Sam Freeman, Mrs. F. R.
Gaughorn, Mrs. E. B Godfrey,
Mrs. Henry Stipp, Mrs. Vern Peter-
son, Mrs. Fred Kitzmiller, and Mrs.
* * *
Mrs. J. E. Riley Is New
BRT Auxiliary Member
The Auxiliary to the Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen initiated
Mrs. J. E. Riley as a new mem-
ber Friday afternoon.
Due to the recent fire the meet-
ing was held in the dining room at
It was voted to dispense with the
August meeting, making Sept 2
their next meeting date.
Members present were Mrs. Tice
Wagner, Mrs. Joe Riley, Mrs. Sam
Wallace, Mrs. Clarence Gorbet,
Mrs. J. L. Mauldin, Mrs. J. E.
Announcement has been made by
Mr. and Mrs. William Schwarz,
Okarche, of the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Mary Ann
Schwarz, to Marvin Anthony Witt-
rock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton
A date for the wedding has not
been set but it is planned for this
Miss Schwarz is a graduate of
the Holy Trinity highschool, Okar-
che. She was a member of the Na-
tional honor society, the glee club
and the pep club, which she served
as treasurer. She is now employed
with an insurance firm in Okla-
Mr. Wittrock was graduated from
the Holy Trinity highschool at
Entre Nous club. Hostess Mrs.
Ralph Phillips, 904 South Gresham,
\ irginia Heights HI) club. Host- okarche He served as president
ess Mrs. trank Waller, 215 North 0f the Student Council and as an
Hoff, 1 p.m. active member of the Future
Eagles auxiliary. Social in Eagles Farmers of America, he received
hall. j the Foundation award for public
Dorcas Sunday school class of speaking. He is now engaged in
Trinity Baptist church. Meeting at farming northeast of Okarche.
churoh, 7:30 p.m.
WCTU Family picnic at large
shelter in Adams park.
McWilliams Stamp club. Picnic.
Hostess Mrs. J. L. Carter, 908 South
Ellison. 6:30 D.m. As a surprise for Harriet Ann
Olivette Cully chapter of NMS. Piatt on her 16th birthday an-
Hosts Mr. ami Mrs. Virgil Stur- niversary, Marion Reding enter-
geon, 701 South Mahan, 8 p. m. tained with a party Thursday eve-
Harriet Piatt, 16
Feted on Birthday
Riverside HD club. Hostess Mrs.
Edwin Hurst, east of El Reno.
Friendly Sewing club. Hostess
ning at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Reding, north-
west of El Reno.
A pink and yellow color scheme J
Sunday, July 10, 1955
Calumet Parents Honor Daughter f
Mrs. Lee Roy Jameson entertain- Mrs. Harry Coleman, jr., and Mrs.
ed with a party Wednesday after-I Luther Smith.
A gift was sent by Ann Hobson, j
Among the courtesies honoring
Miss Patty Choice, bride-elect of
Donald Jimerson, was a bridal
shower Friday evening at the First ment and favors were presented
noon at their home in Calumet,
honoring their daughter, Peggy
Jean, on her 5th birthday anniver-
Games furnished the entertain-
Mrs. S. E. Huddleston, 507 South wa* U8«d in the floral arrange
Macomb, 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday Afternoon Canasta club.
Meeting at home of Mrs. F. M.
Heitzman, 800 West Watts.
El Reno BPW club. Picnic sup-
per at small shelter
park, 6:45 p.m.
Young Matrons club. Hostess
Mrs. Homer Smudrick, south of El
Reno, 2 p.m
Woman’s Benefit association.
Meeting in IOOF hall with dinner
Louise Chapman chapter of
ments and refreshments.
Games of bunco furnished the;
entertainment with high score
prize going to Judy Flaherty and
low prize to Barbara Jane Long of
Halseys Are Hosts At Fidelis Picnic
: . 1 Lebanon, Mo.
in Adams othcr guost!j
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Halsey enter-
included Janet tained with a picnic supper Thurs-
Mitchell, Nita Enfield, Bernice day evening for members of the
Kirch, Lcota Randall, \ irginia Mey- pi(jeijs Sunday school class of the
cr, the honoree's sister, Betty , , ,,
Piatt, her father, H. E. Piatt, and Hrst Presbyterian church, their
husbands ano guests. The supper
was held in the patio of their home
Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Reding.
A gift was sent by Pat Hoffman.
Offieid, Mrs. Guy Strcitenbcrger. NMS. Meeting at parsonage, 506
Mrs. Corlas Miller, Mrs. Clarence south Rock Island, 8 p. m.
Mothers club of Wesley Method-
ist church. Meeting in youth lounge,
9:30 a. m.
Ladies Society to BLFE. Cover-
ed dish dinner in IOOF hall, 12:30
Albrecht, and Mrs. H. D. Fergu-
* * *
Has Annual Family Picnic
An annual family picnic was
held Thursday evening by the
Ladies Auxiliary to the Switchmen's
union at the large shelter in
Among those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Williams of Okla-
homa City and their grandsons,
Jack Hodgkinson, jr., and James
Ernest Hodginson of El Reno; Mr
and Mrs. Tice Wagner, jr., and
sons, Tice III, and Jerry; Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Mowrc, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Houle, and Mr. and Mrs.
Next regular auxiliary meeting
will be held Sept. 9.
Newlyweds Leave For
Grand Prairie Home
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wolford
plan to leave the first part of this
week to make their home in Grand
Prairie, Tex., where he is engaged
in the carpentry business.
Mrs. Wolford is the former Mrs.
Dorothy Hartman, 917 South Had-
den. Her marriage to Mr. Wolford
of Arlington, Tex., was an event
home at 1023 East Cavanaugh.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Potts and their housegucst, Walter
The wedding of Miss Choice,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rua S.
Choice, 1105 South Reno, and Mr.
Jijmerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. D.
L. Jimerson, 807 West London, is
planned for July 29 at the First
Hostesses for the shower were
Mrs. Charles Rowlett of Ft. Worth,
Tex., Mrs. W. E. Barton, Mrs.
Truman Lee, Mrs. J. B. Sessions,
Mrs. Riley Tarver, Mrs. R. T.
Huddart, Mrs. Sammy Goodman,
and Miss Natala Clark.
Two large wedding rings, en-
twined with ivy, formed a back-
ground for the gift table. The table
was covered with a white satin
cloth with a ruffle of pink net out-
lining the edges of the table.
The refreshment table was cov-
ered with a white linen cloth, cen-
tered with a floral arrangement in
pastel shades, flanked with pink
candles in crystal holders.
Miss Donna Marie Hawkins pre-
sided at the punch bowl. Assisting
in opening the gifts were Miss
Patty Everett, Oklahoma City, j
Miss Sandra Mann of Bethany,!
and Miss Janet Johnson.
Approximately 100 guests at-
tended. Among those present from
out-of-town were Mrs. E. H. Mann
__I of Bethany, Mrs. Patty Everett,!
j Mrs. D. E. Fox, Mrs. E. A. Gen-
j try, Miss Elva Martin, Mrs. Glen j
Fox and daughter, Debbie, and
Snow of Seattle, Wash., Mr. and Mrs- E C. Gentry and daughter,
Mrs. John Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Pat- of Oklahoma City
E. R. Blanset, Mrs. Lillie Tomp-
kins, Mrs. Nye Severns, Mrs. W.
A Brown, Mrs Emil Doeberitz,
Mrs. Harry Morris, Mrs. J. W.
Laird, and Mrs. J. D. Hinder-
Next business meeting and so-
cial will be in September in the
to each guest.
Guests included Pamela Sife
Howard; Donna Kay Jameson;
Sherry, Gloria, Beck, Robbin, and
Bimbo Kennedy; Dianna, Jimmy,
Barbara. Dewayne, and Marilyn
Moore; Linda, and Bradford Cole-
man; Jerry Dale, Ronald Lee, and
Danny Pritchett; Jimmy Ledbetter;
Tony, and Terry Moore; Dale
Wiedemann; Bill, Patricia, and
Susan Coleman; Kathy, and Jack
Adults present were Mrs. John
H. Schieber, and Mrs. Robert
Jameson, grandmothers of the
honoree, and Mrs. Lloyd Howard,
Mrs. Raymond Kennedy, Mrs. Jim
Moore, Mrs. Calvin Coleman, Mrs.
Oliver Pritchett, jr., Mrs. Leo
Moore, Mrs. Arthur Wiedemann,
SNAPS OF YOUR
Photo by Warren's Studio
Miss Mary Ann Schwarz
Inc. Fnd, Tux
Let s Talk About
By DON WEEKS
NEVER SACRIFICE COMFORT
This is a mistake most often
made by over-enthusiastic, inex-
perienced new home makers who
have a cherished idea of how
they want their homes "to look”.
Tlie little spindly-legged chair
or period settee may fit well into
an infrequently used corner —
but It has no’ comfort contribu-
tion to make.
MILLERS HAVE GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, 1118 of July 3 at Durant
Sunset drive, have as their house-
guests their daughter, Miss Arietta
Miller of Minneapolis, Minn., and
another daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. George Spillcr and
sons, Leon, and Jimmie, of Brady,
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115 West Wade
Q. If many wedding gifts have
been received, wouldn’t it be all
right and proper for the bride to
send engraved cards of thanks?
A Never! If a bride does not con-
sider the gifts worth her time and
effort to write personal notes of
thanks, then it seems a shame that
the donors devoted any time and
money to her.
Q. Is it all right to serve one
particular food two ways at the
same meal—as orange juice and
orange sherbet, or potato salad and
O. If one has not understood the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thicms of
Kingfisher, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schweitzer, and Mrs. Cecil
Schweitzer of Calumet were busi-
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