The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 20, Ed. 1 Monday, February 20, 1928 Page: 3 of 4
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* it- MONDAY, FEB. 20, 1»2S.
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
FAQ* THREE 1
The Social Realm
Entertain for Daughter
Complimentary to the sixteenth
birthday anniversary of their daugh-
ter, Torrence, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Macumber, 401 North Barker delight-
fully entertained with a surprise
party Saturday evening.
Games and dancidg were greatly
enjoyed throughout the evening.
At a late hour delicious refresh-
ments were served by the hostess
when each guest received a piece of
the birlhday cake.
Those enjoying the occasion with
the honoree were Misses Helen Ham-
ilton, Bessie Lorenzen, Evelyn Wag-
gener, Mildred Penwright, Mary Jane
Sandelbach and Loretta Reding;
Messrs. Hubert and Ben Reding, Har-
old Lauer, George Walsh, Joe Mey-
ers, Alfred Gilmore, Harry McGuire
and Floyd McClaren.
• • •
Coming ag a happy surprise to their
many friends was Jhe marriage of
Miss Orpha Imboden to Mr. John G.
Owens which was quietly solemnized
at o’clock Saturday evening at the
Baptist church, with Rev. Holmes
Nicln s officiating.
The bride, charming daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Imboden, 710
South Roberts, graduated from El
Reno High school with the class of
'22 and has since been employed at
the Kamp Br^s Confectionery.
* The groom ig the son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. L. Owens of Cordell, Okla.,
and for the past three years has
held a responsible position as fore-
man for the El Reno Daily Democrat.
. Both of these young people are
popular members of the younger so- !
rial set and have a host of friends j
who wish them much happiness and
Mr. and Mrs. Owens will reside at
their newly constructed home at 903
• • •
Miss Margaret McDonald, 1112
South Macomb, wha a delightful host-
ess to about ten couples of the young-
er social circle when she entertained
with an informal evening of dancing
At a late hour dainty refreshments
were served to the guests.
• • •
Hilo Bridge will meet tomorrow
with Mrs. Arthur Lambert, 107 South
Miss Aldene Vaughn presented her
class in Expression in a recital Sat-
urday evening in her home at 420
W. B. A.
The W. B. A. will entertain with
their regular social meeting at the I.
O. O. F. hall tomorrow afternoon. A
good attendance is desired.
• • •
Mrs. J. B. Swalm. 421 South Ad-
mire. will be hostess to the Unity
club Wednesday afternoon.
• • t
Members of the Jolly Dozen club
will be entertained Wednesday after-
Those taking part were Billie Gean ,100a by Mr8‘ H 8 McGee- 727 80111,1
Greer, Dorothy Lee Smith, Mary
Louise Tucker. Betty Lou Chilton,
Paul Green and Harry Robert Don-
Additional numbers were a vocal
solo by Miss Adah Lillian Fertig, ac-
companied by Mrs. Jackson at the
piano, and a piano solo by Miss
Af the close of the evening the
hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs.
Wm. Vaughn, and sister, Miss Inez
Vaughn, served dainty refreshments
to the 30 guests present.
• • •
For Mrs. Dalby
Complimentary to Mrs. Emma Dal-
by of Creston, la., Mrs. II. E. Mer-
chant, 127 North El Reno, entertained
informally at bridge Saturday after-
Iu the afternoon’s play Mrs. Henry
B dine leeeived high sej'- j.
At the ciose of the aftumrou a de-
licious lunch was se” ect by the host-
• • •
Members of the Camarena Bridge
club met Saturday evening in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mallery,
708 South Macomb.
In the game of bridge high score
award went to Forrest Nkve.
The club will meet Saturday eve-
ning, February 25, with Mr. and Mrs.
Nave, 511 South Rock Island.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mallery, 708
South Macomb, had as seven o’clock
dinner guests Sunday evening John
T. LeMastcr of Oklahoma and Mr.
and Mrs. Forrest Nave and daughter,
• • «
Tuesday Players will be entertained
tomorrow in the home of Mrs. Robert
Mallonee, 112 South Barker.
• • •
The Priscilla Embroidery club will
meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Earl Morris. 703 South Williams.
• • •
O. D. O.
The O. D. O. club members will be
guestg of Mrs. C. N. Huntington, 409
South Bickford wheti they meet in
regular session Wednesday afternoon.
• • •
First Division Ladies’ Aid
The First Division Ladies* Aid of
the Methodist church will meet with
Mrs. Carl Glerhart. 717 West Wade,
• • •
Mrs. Lucieu Schooling will be host-
ess to the Kilkare Klub tomorrow
when she entertains in her home at
315 South Hoff.
* • •
The Rebekah Circle will meet at
the hall Wednesday afternoon. All
ltebekahs are invited.
• « •
Long and Short of It
The late Mrs. Mary Emery of Cin-
cinnati, whose $5,000,000 art gallery
was bequeathed to the Cincinnati Art
museum, was a generous patron of
painters, poet?, sculptors and mu
Once, at a Cincinnati ton, u clergy-
man pmlsed Mrs. Emery for the pen-
sion she had l>estowed on nn nged
“Oh, well," she said In answer, “urt
Is long, but artists are always short."
Brick Proven Durability
A chiuiuey of brick feet tn
height stands like a sentinel over the
abandoned mining town of Belmont,
near Tnuopah, Nev. This chimney,
222 JfL-M ISHTS
showed the spirit of the men who
sought better living conditions Id these
communities that sprang up over- .
night. Brick was hauled from Sacra- J
tm-nto, u distance of more than 500
miles, hy means of ox teams. With- '
standing the attacks of weather for
55 years, this chimney Is In as good
condition now ns It was when erected
by the gold-mnd first Inhabitants of
the town. It gives mute testimony to
the durability of common brick.
Time to Be Cautiout
The commonly accepted explanation
of the saying, “Beware of Greeks
bearing gifts," Is to be cautious In
trusting persons who introduce their
proposals or requests with gifts. The
a matter of dis-
pute, but It Is traced by some authori-
ties to Virgil’* statement, Aeneld, 11 ]
40. "I fear the Greeks, even when |
they bring gifts." Presumably this
referred to the wooden horse strat-1
agent at the siege of Troy._
Let the ».;’iisas man who has suc-
ceeded iu raising a seedless tomato
try something hard, and give us the
Didn’t Know Him
Margie, aged five, was surprised
when, after her mother read her n
story from a humor column, she told
the little girl the story was about her
self. The story told briefly of Margie’s
interest in birthdays and how on Feb-
ruary 2‘2, when her older brother told
her that it was George Washington’s
birthday, Margie had asked excitedly:
“What did he get?" And her mother
tint) insisted that she was the little
girl that made the remark, Murgle
said, disgustedly, "Why, mother, I
didn't sny that I don't even know
George Washington!" — Indianapolis
The rumble" seat, mounted from the
rear, Is returning to favor and In
France there Is a revival of the old-
time tonneau that buttoned up In back.
Irving Fisher says that 80 per cent
of our people barely earn a living.
The truth Is that they earn nn excel-
lent living but It Is the 20 per cent
who get It.
The Entre Nous club will meet to- j
morrow at the home of Mrs. A. T. j
March, 619 South Hoff.
JOIN THE EAGLES NOW
Initiation Tuesday, 7:30 P. M.
Every member get a new member. Enter service
for your Aerie. Grand Lodge Deputy here for
Membership Campaign drive. We pay $7.00 a week
sick benefit, sick or injured; $100 funeral benefit
for $1.00 a month dues. Initiation fee $5. We own the
109-11 So. Bickford Tel. 59
F. 0. E. No. 220, El Reno Aerie. Physician’s service
Free to Members and Families
of El Reno
and Canadian County
You are cordially invited
The El Reno
Commencing Monday, February 27, and con-
tinuing each afternoon at 2:30 P. M. through
Friday, March 2nd. A wonderful instructive
and Highly Entertaining Program has been ar-
ranged for each of the five days—
You Don’t want to Miss a Single Day’s
MRS. MYRA OLIVER DOUGAN
An authority of note on the subject of Domes-
tic Science and Home Economics will conduct
the program personally. It will be interest, ng
and most beneficial—
“quality—always at a saving”
We Can Serve Folks Better,
Hold Their Confidence
Better, By Not Running
You Are Sure of
Lowest Prices Here
Every Day in the Year
News About Spring Wash Goods
Is Printed in Distinctly Unusual Patterns
The story of what is smart for
spring wash frocks and children's
school dresses is full of prints —
dimity prints, batiste prints, Dolly
Dimple and Tommy Tucker prints 1
Tiny floral and spring de-
signs are quaint and charming
—squared patterns, too. The
fresh colors are delightful.
Two Good Style*
Crinkled spreads! One
in cotton and the other
with lustrous rayon
stripes. Typical of Anni-
98c and $2.98
And Fresh Drape*
—In a won-
e c t i o n of
Ruffled Curtains — plain
white or with colored ruffles.
Pair 40c and 89c.
Filet Nets — light and
fresh for Spring and Sum-
mer curtains, \artl 29 c-
Free attendance prizes each day
Electric Irons - Percolators etc.
No Charge of Any Kind. Come and
Bring ) our f riends With
Two Fine Gingham*, 32
patterns in two
ties. Our price
is only, yard
A Household Staple
At a Low Price
Your choice of bleached
or unbleached part linen
crash toweling with red
or blue border. 16-inch
Splendid Turkish Towels
At Exceptional Saving*
Medium size, soft, ab-
sorbent towels—the kind
that you always need. We
recommend them at these
10c and 15c
For Your Need*
A supply purchased not
will find you ready (of
spring and summer. Plain
white and whit* w.th col«
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 20, Ed. 1 Monday, February 20, 1928, newspaper, February 20, 1928; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909257/m1/3/: accessed May 27, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.