The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 61, No. 33, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 8, 1952 Page: 3 of 6
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Tuesday, April 8, 1952
El Reno TOklauT Dally Tribune
Mrs. Floyd Smith
Mr*, Jloyd Smith «u elected
J president of the Eagles auxiliary
| during the annual election of offl-
T cars for the IM3-63 term, held
|i Monday night at the Eagles hall.
I Other officers elected included
l Mrs. L. L. Bond, vice president;
['Mrs. Clyde Haynes, treasurer; Mrs.
(Florence Heitzman, chaplain; Mrs.
|W. C. Whltacre, conductor; Mrs.
|( Oeorge Davis, Inside guard; Mrs.
IjL. I. Fisc us, three-year trustee;
[Mrs. B. W. Roblyer, two-year trus-
I tee, and Mrs. Jess WjlUams, one-
(year trustee. ’,4
The Installation of‘the new offi-
cers will be held in June.
Mrs. Frank Blanc, chairman, re-
■ported on plsps to assist the Eagles
■with the Easter egg hunt to be
[held Saturday. Other members of
I the auxiliary assisting will be Mrs.
■Bond, Mrs. E. A. Fuller, Mrs. Oeorge
lHasen, Mrs. A. C. DCLaughter and
Hostesses named for the social
I scheduled for April 14 at the hall
I Include Mrs. Jack Thomas. Mrs.
I Oeorge Svanas and Mrs. A. W.
Members attending Monday'i
■meeting were Mrs. Clem Cherry,
1 Mrs. J. T. Douglas, Mrs. Mable
■ Elder, Mrs. Bryan Oregory, Mrs.
Iw. H. Hammett, Mrs. Earnest
I Haynes. Mrs. Oeorge Hubbs, Mrs.
■Dan Hahn, Mrs. Harry Hummel,
I Mrs. W. L. Leach.
Mrs. H. 8. McGee, Mrs. L. E.
■Preston, Mrs. Oeorge Purcell, Mrs.
■Walter Perkins, Mrs. Van Robert-
Ison. Mrs. John R. Ross. Mrs. Roy
(Smith, Mrs. E. J. Smith. Mrs. Nye
|Severn*. Mrs. Arthur Schulz, Mrs.
Mrs. O. H. Schumacher, Miss
tlla Hensley, Mrs. Bond, Mrs.
■Blanc, Mrs. Fiscus, Mrs. Puller,
■Mrs. Roblyer, Mrs. Hazen. Mrs. Wil-
lllams, Mrs. Heitzman, Mrs. De-
ILaughter, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Whlt-
■acre, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Svanas.
iMrs. Bannister and Mrs. Smith.
*, * *
Virginia Niles Feted
On Her 18th Birthday
Mrs. V. A. Niles. 21S West Jenk-
Pns, entertained with an Informal
party Monday evening compllment-
tng her daughter. Virginia, on her
jltth birthday anniversary.
The Easter motif was a carried
out In all appointments.
Dimes furnished the entertain-
nent for the evening. Prizes In the
|games and contests were won by
Cleta Payton. Mary Lou Hahn and
Quests were Anabel Biggert, Nor-
na Griggs, Mary Log Hahn. Nor-
na Jean Jones, Betty/loney, Cleta
Payton, the honored anjl the host-
Olfts were sent by, Trudie Hix,
Sue Marler, Janell McGinnis, Mrs.
John Orifflth and.Mrs. W. L. Ir-
TNI LITTLK BUR THAT
They found him af-
ter a tecrible foreat
Just* tiny bear with
burned pews, and a
tear in hie eye. But
_ today that bear'a
i ia Binokey and ba ia the living
•ymbol of a great national drive to
atop the shameful waste of forest
Srsa. Won't i
tea . __
drown your ampdrercruah your cig-
arette, break your match, uae your
auto ashtray.,. every tiaoe. These
small things are a very important
part of betas a good Wtilfa because
forest Una weaken America.
PuS/teked at a public terrier in coop-
t. niton with Tht Aiivtrlttinf Council.
p me enameiut waste ot toreet
». Won’t you set behind Smokey,
i, and pledge tut you will be ei-
carenil this year? Be sure to
Damrosch Music club. Meeting at
the Wesley Methodist church.
Pre-School Mothers club. Meet-
ing at the Wesley Methodist church.
Sew and So club. Hostess, Mrs.
Ernest Keller, 249 North L.
Stltch-In-Tlme club. Hostess,
Mrs. C. H. Perry, Reformatory
Ladles Society of the Brother-
hood of Locomotive Firemen and
Englnemen. Regular meeting at the
IOOP hall. Covered dish luncheon.
Owallah Them Rho Olrls club.
Meeting at the IOOP hall at 1:90
DYWYK club. Hostess. Mrs. Mil-
dred Stevenson, 723 South Ellison.
Stag day at the B Reno Oolf
and Country club. Dinner at 0:30
Woman's Society of Christian
Service of Wesley Methodist
Circle 1. Hostess, Mrs. W. W.
Mathews, 1030 Ellison. Meeting at
Circle 3. Hostess. Mrs. C. A. Wag-
ner. 931 South Reno. Meeting at
Circle S. Hostess. Mrs. W. H.
H * r d w 1 c k. Reformatory circle.
Meeting at 3 p.m.
Circle 4. Hostess. Mrs. Gerald
Elchor, 1000 South Barker. Meeting
at 3 pm.
Circle 6. Hostess. Mrs. R. D. Kin-
kade. 430 Bast Wsde. Meeting at 3
Circles 6 and S. Joint meeting In
the church parlor at 3 pm.
Circle 7. Hostess, Mrs. Oarland
Anderson, 913 South Rock Island.
Meeting at 3 p.m.
Oeneral Society of Woman's
Work of the First Presbyterian
Division 4. Meeting In the church
basement at 3 p.m. Hostess, Mrs.
Women's Missionary Union of the
First Baptist church. Royal Service
Program at the church at 3 pm.
Tingle Belles club. Hostess, Mrs.
Jack Ferguson. 430 South Roberts.
American Legion. Meeting at the
ODO club. Hostess, Mrs. Charles
Adams, southwest of El Reno.
Fldells Sunday school class of the
First Presbyterian church. Meeting
In the church parlor. Hostesses.
Mrs. W. A. Brown and Mrs. W. J.
Social Order of the Beauceant.
Meeting at the Masonic temple at
■very Woman's Bible class of the
First Christian church. All-day
meeting at the church.
Teen Town. Meeting at the
Ladies Auxiliary to the Switch-
men’s Union of North America.
Meeting at the IOOP hall at 7:30
Fast Madam President* club. Host-
ess, Mrs. Joe Williamson In Okla-
Wedding Held Friday
In Okarche Church
Mrs. Della 8t>arp Re Inert of Ok-
lahoma City and Luther L. Dung an
of Okarche exchanged wedding
vows Friday evening at the Mount
Attendance for the couple wen
their daughter and son, respec-
tively, Mrs. Dorothy Lee Brown of
Fort Worth, Tex., and Leonard
Dungan of Kingfisher.
Following the ceremony, a recep-
tion was held In Fellowship hall at
the church. Mrs. Cora Dungan and
Mrs. Ella Sharp Frederick served
of the New
• SERVICE STORE
Our best wishes go to the new boodyesr Service
Store, its . management and personnel, on their
Grand Opening Thursday. Send your congratula-
tions and best wishes with (lowers from Butts
Hears Talk By
Twenty member* of the El Reno
branch of the American Association
of Unlveralty Women met Monday
evening In the hlghachool library
to hear Mias Corine Bell, associate
profeasor of psychology ot Okla-
homa Collage for Woman, discuss
“The Roll of Social Science In
Education," when she emphasised
the need for understanding the
peoples of tha world if we hope
to break down undesirable barriers.
During a business meeting, Mrs.
H. 0. Alexander, president, named
to the local scholarship committee,
Mias Mabel L. Jones, Mrs. James
A. Taylor and Miss Helen Knight.
A nominating committee composed
of Miss Rote Pierce, Miss Jones
and Miss Rose Witcher was also
A report was given of the recent
program project from which $134
wu netted for the local scholar
The branch voted to place a book
of poetry on the memorial shelves
of the Carnegie library hi memory
of Miss Josephine Hodnett.
Members present were Mrs. Earle
Garrison, Mrs. Earl s. cordwell,
Miss Mary Ashbrook, Mrs. William
W. Doyle. Mrs. Jack Dill. Mrs.
Barbara Taylor Calahan, Mrs. E. D.
Lewis, Mrs. Melvin Johnson, Mrs.
Mrs. W. W. Jones. Mias Minnie
Connolly, Miss Rena Plunkett, Miss
Farra Klnkads, Mist Oladys Jen-
sen, Mias Marie Knott, Mrs. Edna
McMahan Kelly. Mrs. Taylor, Mrs.
Alexander. Miss Knight and Miss
Jones. A new member was Mrs.
Wayne C. Gault.
The next meeting on May S will
be a covered dish supper in the
homemaking rooms of the high-
school building. Dr. Anna Lewis,
professor of history, Oklahoma
College for Women, will be guest
speaker. The fellowship and pub-
licity com ml tees will be hostesses.
* * •
Quiz on ‘Dahlias’
Is Club’s Program
Mrs. Sam Freeman presented s
•juis on “Dahlias" when the Tulip
flower club met Monday afternoon
in the home of Mrs. W. A. Duff,
615 West Owen.
The meeting was In charge of
Mrs. B. M. Campbell, president,
who read' an article on "Control
of Insects on Plants.” Mrs. Nancy
Erbar read a poem. “Easter Lily.”
During the social hour. Mrs. C. E.
Weldcn was presented a birthday
gift. She is the only member of
the club having a birthday in April.
She also won the prim in a con-
test on flowers. Mrs. Campbell won
the bingo prise.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Laura
Members present were Mrs. F. E.
Arnold, Mrs. O. W. Cooper, Mrs.
J. C. Paterson, Mrs. Oeorge Purcell,
Mrs. Margaret Reml, Mrs. Florence
Spears. Mrs. O. O. Tollefaon. Mrs.
Lon Huff, Mrs. Campbell. Mrs.
Erbar, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Welden,
Mrs. Witcher and the hostess.
Mrs. O. W. Warlick was a guest
for the afternoon.
The next meeting will be April 31
with Mrs. Erbar. SIS South Ellison.
Birthday Party Held
In S. E. Collins Home
Lorrie Kay Welch of Oklahoma
City was feted on her 10th birth-
day anniversary Saturday when
her grandmother. Mrs. 8. E. Collins,
031 South Barker, entertained with
line party. •
Miniature Easter bonnets and
Easter beskets were given as fa-
vors. Refreshments were served by
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Prank
Hromada. Mrs. Lewis Jones and
Mrs. Roy Christy.
Quests for the afternoon were
Mitel Dunn and Adrienne Shaffer,
both of Oklahoma City. Karan Fau-
con, Kathy Faucon, Katie Hroma-
da, Judy Ann Hromada, Elizabeth
Simmons, Donna Jean McOinley,
Janet Ann Cooper, Amanda Lewis,
Ruth Ann LeVan, Joyce Ellen Rd-
gar, Jerry Ruth Elchor, Linds Ann
Gholston, Marta Wolf and the
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with juicy rad berries won
many compliment! at a
Confederate Reunion din-
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with thit and other recipe
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pHARLEY CHANDLER, owner
^ ot the Champlln service sta-
tion, was bom In Fort Smith,
Ark., and came to 13 Reno 30
He Is president of the El Reno
Oun club, a member of the Okla-
homa City Oun club, and the
His hobby Is trap shooting.
Chandler Is married and has
two children, Barbara Ruth, 4,
and Peggy Ann, B months old.
About Home Folks
R. F. Jones. Jr.. 419 East Wood
son, transacted business in Okla-
homa City Tuesday.
Mrs. William J. Schulte, 911
South MUes. was an Oklahoma
City visitor Monday.
Shower Held For
Mrs. W. K. Wiggins
Mrs. William Kirk Wiggins, the
former Miss Maxine Howarton, was
complimented with a bridal shower
Monday evening In the home of
Mrs. E, S. Epps, East Foreman
Hostesses for the event were Mrs.
A. C. Ttsor, Mrs. O. W. Warlick
and .Mrs. Rips.
The shower gifts were displayed
on a lace covered table and spring
flowers and green foliage were used
throughout the house. Refresh-
ments in the bridal motif were
served by the hostesses.
Guests were Mrs. W. W. Hume,
Mrs. 8. F. Graham, Mrs E. C.
Crosswhite, Mrs. M. & Branson,
Mr*. J. w. Paxson, Mrs. Rdith
Haynes, Mrs. Frank Coker, Mrs.
C. L. Bear and daughter. Patty,
Mr*. A. H. Von Werder, Mrs. H. W.
Wlekware, Mrs. R. M. Padgett. Mrs.
Harley Martin. Mrs. Baxter Gallo-
way, Mrs. WUllam F. Peddersen.
Mrs. H. J. Howarton, the honoree
and the hostesses.
Olft* were sent by Mrs. Walter
dhuttee. Mrs. W. M. Tait, Mrs.
Prank Smith, Mrs. W. E. Roberson.
Mrs. Lloyd J. Palmer, Sirs. Helen
Dever, Mrs. H. M. Kenega. Mrs.
Dick Splllers, Mrs. Ernest Kunne-
man. Mr*. J. P. Powell. Mrs. Fred
Hutson, Jr., and Miss Ramon*
e • *
Couple To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Elchor, 601
North Bickford, have announced
the engagement ot their daughter,
Miss Shirley Lee Elchor, to Cor-
poral Don B. Stephenson of Walker
airforce base. Roswell, N. M., son
of Mrs. Ruby Stephenson of Okla-
homa City, and the late Mr. Ste-
phenson, former El Reno residents.
The wedding will be an event of
4 o'clock Saturday afternoon In the
home of the bride-elect parents.
Rev. Ernest C. Hicks, pastor of the
Wesley Methodist church, will read
the nuptial vows.
Miss Elchor Is a senior student
at the El Reno hlghachool and Is
a member of the Pepett pep club,
Future Homemakers of America
and the National Forensic league.
Corporal Stephenson was active
In the band prior to his graduation
from the m Reno hlghschool In
1980. He was also a member of
the Senate debating club. He en-
tered the airforce in October, 1980.
How Can I?
Mrs. B. O. Pullln of Norman and
Mrs. G. W. Pullln of Minco were
El Reno visitors Tuesday.
Q. How can I prevent olive oil
from becoming rancid?
A. A medium-sized lump of sugar
added to each pint of olive oil as
soon as it Is opened will keep It
Worn becoming rancid.
Q How can I make linen goods
gloesy and prevent starch from
sticking to my iron?
A. Add a traspoonful of salt ,or
a few drops of turpentine or gly-
cerin, to the starth when preparing
Q. How can I keep lemons for a
great lenrth of time?
A. Place them In a mason Jar,
ecver with cold water, and then
Mrs. Earl Boyer Is
Honored With Shower
Mrs. Earl Boyer was honored
with a miscellaneous bridal shower
Friday In the home of Mrs. Homer
Boyer, 413 North Barker.
Ouests were Mr. and Mr*. Perl
Baker and ion, Charles Ray, Mr.
and Mrs. John Boyar. Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Boyer and children, Jean
and Lorry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Boyer and children, Geraldine, Jim
and Bobby, Mm. Margaret Wllktr-
son and daughter, Betty.
Mr. and Mr*. Jaw Bigham, Hamer
Boyer and son, Billy, lari Boyar,
the honoree and the host***, all of
El Reno, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
McOraw and daughter, Lorane.
Mrs. Dean Mills and Mr. and Mr*.
Noel Boyer and son, Lester Ray,
all of Calumet.
The honoree, the former Miss
Maxine McOraw, Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McOraw of
Calumet. The bridegroom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Noel Boyer.
The couple was married March 33
* e e
Meet in Calumet
The Past Matrons club met Mon-
day evening at the Masonic temple
In Calumet with the Calumet mem-
bers serving as hostesses.
The hall was decorated with
spring flowers and suggestions of
Mrs. E A. Simmons, president,
presided during the meeting and
Mrs. O. C. Coyle was Introduced
as « new member. Contest prises
during the social hour ware won
by Mrs. A. D. Lynn. Mrs. W. H.
Schroeder. Mrs. W. P. Crites, Mrs.
E. N. Potts and Mrs. Sam Wallace.
An Ice course was served at the
close of the meeting.
Mrs. E. H. Fuchs, 813 South
Duane, will entertain the club at
it* next meeting.
El Reno members attending were
Mrs. Catharine Lemon, Mrs. J. C.
Nicholson, Mrs. J. O. Roberts. Mrs.
O. F. Gateka, Mrs. J. H. Craven,
Mrs. R. J. Price, Mrs. C. F. Bowers.
Mrs. O. E. Oeyer, Mrs. J. A. Haw-
kins, Mrs. J. A. Johnson, Mrs. C. C.
Schmelsel, Mrs. A. E. Simmons,
Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs.
Lynn, Mrs. Crites, Mm. Potts, Mrs.
Fuchs and Mm. Coyle.
Miss Lillian Blakely and Miss
Marie Hadden of Concho also at-
tended the meeting and Calumet
members present were Mrs. J. B.
Gamble, Mm. Oeorge Hurst, Mm.
T. J. Hurst, Mm. C. W. Draper,
Mrs. W. C. Brown. Mrs. H. O. Moon,
Mm. Ray Laughlln, Mrs. W. H.
Penwright. Mrs. D. S. Spainhower.
Mm. M. E. Thompson and Mrs.
M. W. Ridgway.
• * *
GUESTS HERE SATURDAY
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Howarton, 711
East Wade, had as their dinner
guests Saturday evening, Dr. and
Mrs. C. W. Wiggins and Mr. and
Mrs. William Kirk Wiggins, all of
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TOM AVANT MOTORS • 208 South Choctaw
Mrs. Charles O’Neal
Is Hostess Saturday
Mrs. Charles O'Neal. 70S South
Hadden, entertained with a lunch-
eon Saturday honoring her daugh-
ter, Oayle. on her third birthday
The luncheon table was centered
with a pink birthday cake, sur-
rounded by Easter bunnies, chick-
ens and Easier eggs.
Guest* included Sue Barnes, Lin-
da Oallawsy, Laura Oallsway. Su-
san Myers, Debbie Cox, Rebecca
Marshall, Gallic Ann Faaoureck,
Tommy Fisher, Corkle Schulte.
Alan Hollingsworth. Wayne Wil-
son, Jr., and Sharon Smixer, Lynn
Smlser and Ray Smiaer, in, all of
Other guests were Mm. Ray Sml-
ser, Jr., Mm. Ode Knight and Mm.
Neotha Richard, all of Oklahoma
City, Mm. Clarenoe Oliver. Miss
Jean Oliver and Leon Oliver, Dal-
las, Tex., and Mrs. Earl O’Neal.
GRAD OUT OF LUCK
JACKSON, Mias. —(U.R>— Unlike
other seniors who graduated from
MiUsaps college at the end of the
winter semester, c. Y. Yao cant
go home and look for a Job. Yao
Is a native of Shanghai but cant
return home for fear of death at
the hands of the Communists.
• TOMORROW! •
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