The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 203, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1927 Page: 4 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 21. 1927.
Kldo Wojahn was elated secreta-i Zwcakher n-.j Sunday
I McM"rJ’*y QMtnrdav evening ry treasurer and Okla Pippin, prefcl- A number from here attended the
1 -J"itf-'wSrth T.«Xro b/hM »' • *» A1 lilt-'tic M. Mil., .•«.« «yl>»l >«
Our enrollment is increasing one ,j„. talk by Governor .1 jhnston.
We have forty-six on roll
J260 CASH payment will handle .
seveu room strictly modern dwell
lug. close In on pavement. Will taki
good car In as additional payment
Possession given at once. (•'rank
Meyer, 111 East Woodson.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Cane hay
W. S. Jerman. 1212 E. Jenkins.
FOR SALE: Simmons bed and
springs, single. Mahogany iIihm.
806 S. Miles.
FOR RALE: Duroc Jersey brood
sows and gilts; tractor and plow:
good condition; team ot mart: am
team of mules. miles east and iwo
so, 'h of Witt’s Killing station. .1 V.
incepted a position with the Rock
«l-<nd Railroad. I,y on<\
I°5S "PTh“ M.»i> Maker, well «lv. a pro-
r . JmirHif ™mpS.tlrr. ......... .1,- ••!». Mm-H
Miss Georgia Cox who
ug school at Norman spent th
ml ut homo.
Wilson Senn has accepted a posl
course In eomptometery. .......
Is attend next Friday night. Admission 26c
week. and 35c The school will receive 2ft
percent of the proceeds, this will be
used for Athletics. This company was
In ic p. i year. You surely remember
the interesting program that was
given by the Jones Family from Ok
lalioma t'ity. The program Friday
lo'i with Hau El ache t & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wegener spent
>st Wednesday in Oklahoma <’i<y-
riitt r'ntlmvav has purchased the , . ..
VI ,, Hot. t .ml Is preparing to occu "ill be much Itetter than the one given ll.nlut / . aicher t'Kik Sunday sup-
W. II Hoorn -pi a* Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hildreth and
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. James and son.
Join', spent Friday at Kingfisher at
tending the fair.
Lawrence Fuuck spent the week-end
at Hie Miller home near Geary rc
turnio- In.m Sunday evening.
Floyd A MUt and friend jf near
Geary attended the services at Moult
'hiii Vit j Sunday evening.
spent Sunday with
ie Fair at
Mr. and Mrs.
TO TRADE: For larger farm ot
city property; 4t> ture* on paving,
miles from El Reno, dandy land, new
improvement*. Nlgnawamler Reulty
Company, 205 East Wood sou 81.,
Phones 779 or 503
FOR SALE OR TRADE: Good u • d
curs at close out prices. C. E
Perry, Rother Garage.
-,y it after necessary
\frs !l It Kittlev attended hnnn hdks In Kingfisher.
El Reno Saturday. -W.-s Kelly spent the week-end
Ed Elschen visited 'v«ih her sister In Edmond.
|.,tive« In Apache Tuesday. Mb D rlow visited friends in Ok-
Mr m l Mrs John Knox of King h'homa City during the week-end.
■ her Visited at the F. E Cox horn. Last Friday night was an exciting
' inday night in Okarehe Hi. It was th? nigh'
' Mr and Mrs Frank Heinen and 'in Freshmen will always remember;
im spent Monday In Oklahoma City, 'heir initiation.
ostcr-Halko The ^t!,iior Hl,,l Junior classes un-
\ m ,|dinc which • im« us a surprise der tlie supervision of the High School
o their many friends here was ilia 1 ; < «ilt> had charge of the program.
c , j| ]isilko and Charles The Seniors issu 'd invitations to the
uiior F" ter al Oklahoma City Wed | I'.e-hmen asking them to a chicken
l;)v September It Roth Mr and, tinner at eiilit o'clock. The entiri
is K'eier have lived in Mils commit- I" wa - I here in their dinner gowns
pi r will. N<}i ic James.
Penn—5 cents—A Good Cigar
was to honor the birthday anniversary
of Ralph Hulbert.
Visitors at the A. V. Dilliughan
home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. C
IS. Dillingham of Oklahoma City am
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hulbert and family
We are sorry to hear of the aleat)
of Mrs. Julia Forred who passed away
Friday at the home of her daughtei
Mrs .Steve Hell. Funeral service:
were held at Richland Sunday am
interment was made in the Frisci
cemetery. We wish to extend on.
sympathy to the bereaved family.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Heupel and tw<
sons, visited at the Albert lleupe.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert lleupel and
family visited at Okarehe Sunday.
Chester Rruce spent the week-ent
WANTED: Haymakers, 8 miles west
and one south of El Reno Mill.
:unl suits. After every one fount
their pla i s the toast muster, Jewell
Kiiic. a Junior, called the members of
iln cla-s to give extemporaneous
'oasis. The guests were then served,
WANTED: Old false teeth. We pay
as high ns $10 for full sets Don't
matter if broken. We buy crowns
bridges. Western Metal Compuny.
was a plate of corn, j Company.
since childhood and have numer-
is friend* here who wish them hap
iness ami prosperity. They will
• I " their home in Oklahoma City
here Mr. Hosier has a position with
. I’lgrlv Wiggly stores.
Another wedding of interest to tins
immunity was that of Harold May
PI. >on of Mr. and Mrs. Hillary Th el.t was then asked to change
vt1.1 ot El Reno to Miss Mable their dinner gowns anil suits and
lii11on of El IC'iio who wer • married wear whatever was given to them,
■unlay, September 11 at Anadarko. i In > wire then conducted by the up'
thei mann-Gassen ter classmen to various homes and
Holy Trinity Church was the scene nadc to ask for handouts. The upper
r a very pretty w aiding Tuesday > sineii had plenty to eat that eve-
i ortilng at S o'clock when Miss Mar > nine
'lie first course
'chicken dinner), the second course
■iidviches made with that deli-
•i'u new jilllng. Mentholatum.
School has siarted and we have
lit pupils. They are Ruth Marie Hul
bert, Florence Higgins. Edward Bell
Louis Nelvar, Leona Wiedemann
Leslie Conner, Delbert Abies, Viola
Heffron, Lawrence Wiedemann. Glem
leffron, Malvln Wiedemann, Wesley
Rell, J. T. Combs, Lillie Bonnie anu
Louis Heffron. Our teacher is Mist
Friday, September 23, we are hav-
ing a penny carnival. Plenty of lei
cream cones and pop and lots of
fun. Now's the chance to spend
your pennies. Bring all your friend:
and have a good time. There will
also be a musical program which will
Im- furnished by the Mullonee Music
FOR RENT. Furnished nr
Ished rooms. Inquire 501
LOST AND FOUND
LOST OR STOLEN: Brindle hull
dog. $5.00. Return to El Reno
,ict fin'Wfii became the bride of
lr. Emil IP In i maim. Father Richer
,5idaling. The bride, who Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gas-
mi. was very charming in a gown of
while flat crepe and wore a wreathe
md veil She was attended by her
ister Miss Marie Gasscn who wore
■ coral flannel dress trimmed in
Jack and a black felt hat. The
groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
diaries Rehermann of Kingfisher and
Eevcrjoic returned to the school
building where other stunts wort per-
All enjoyed (he evening very much,
'ue to th* fact that the Freshmen
were good ports. The students and
faculty feel proud of this class be-
cause they are real H. S. prospects.
Stl: "'l will not he dismissed for
the Sia'e Fair. Anyone intending to
■<> mom bring a written excuse from
tin Ir parents, otherwise they will lie
both he nnd the bride have a host of | marked absent,
friends loo who Join in wishing them Clara Haul and Bill Brodersen are
Breukf.i l was served to out of school this week.
There will be a penny carnival ai
Fairvlew school Friday. September 23.
at 8 o'clock. This will be a chance
to spend your pennies. At 8:30 there happiness.
will be a musical program furnished ......1*1 W of the I i e In Junior and Senior
by the Mullonee Music Co. The school parents after which the I, Ha-. o. la t year an in school this
is located three miles north and six oou,‘1(‘ 1,11 l" 111 *'J,r r!ir 11 111,1 >e,u
miles east of El Reno. Everyone Is through Colorado Thoy will »<• ir ~
invited tf ,loniP l'» their friends after October Wm Penn—5 cents—A Good Cigar
_ 115, in Kingfisher.
Wm. Penn—6 cents—A Good Cigar
FOLKS YOU KNOW
Miss Louise Stieferman had as her
guests for six o’clock dinner Sunday
evening. Miss Kathleen KpIIv, Mbs
Marie Schafer. Mr. and Mr- tc,bn
Wtewel. Jack Thompson oI King
fisher. Pat Mansfield of O.li: vt a"d
Lioyu Smith of Oklahoma Ci\,
Mr. and Mrs. Duff and family of
El Reno were guests at the B B
Klttioy home Sunday.
l'rot and Mrs. Pippin ami son p t>t
Saturday in Kingfisher.
.Mrs. I'. L. LOOMS [.•" Thu day
evening '»r Chicago «o visit hei
duuglitc Mrs. Frank McCt rthy.
Mr* H C> Hansen md Mrs Phil
Bach spent Wednesday l.i Oklahoma
Mrs. B. J. Dubbersteln nnd dutigii
ter Margie and Mrs. Dorothy M.uri.-
were ftli Reno visitors M »t' •/.
Mr amt Mrs. T. H. Prlckett and
fami'y wlio left here several week
age I r Falrtitiics, Io.a, have 'p-j
turned to Okarehe to make (hell
Announcements have been received
by friends here of the arrival of a
wee daughter on September 11 to
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harries at Okla
homa City, to whom they have ,tlv< n
the name Patricia Roth Mrs. Har-
ries was formerly Miss Ruth Bud ck
Alma Kittlev attended the fair at
El Reuo Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Bonham returned Wed
nesdny from McAlester where sh>-
Double Four Bridge
Mrs. Mattie Mcfarrlck was a charm-
ing hostess wh> n she entertained the
Double F air Bridge Club Thursday
evening Additional guests were Mrs.
Geo. Bonham, Mrs. Henry Hunter.
Mrs. M. M. McCord, Mrs. Henry
Rruoegen. Mrs. E. C Loosen and M-s.
Pat O'Shea. Club favors for high
store were received by Miss Florence
Collier. Mrs. Burt Standard an.I Mrs.
F. W. Wledey. Mrs. E. C. Loosen re-
ceiving the Guest favor. Mrs. Me-
Carrlck was assisted by Miss Faye
McKcmy in serving dainty refresh-
ments nt the close of the game.
Okarehe School News .. ... ,
The Okarehe High School was well NplIi' JarK" ,,H‘m w,th
represented at the Kingfisher County
Fair. They succeeded in winning
five first: four second and two third
Magazine Rack, Floyd Maass,
Saw Horse, Floyd Maass.
Algebra Problems, Ruth Ottee.
English Note Book. Ruth Ottee.
Physics Drawing -i, Evelyn Van Bus-1
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Householder
we'e Sunday afternoon callers of Mr.
and Mrs. O. C James and sons.
\V. E. Roush and sons of El Reno
were Sunday dinner gm sis of Mr. and
Mrs. John Roush.
claivrre McClain >nil family and
Howard Millburu wi-re Sunday callers
nt the n. N. Hildreth home.
The lti< bland district Sunday school
convention will be In id at Mountain
View next Sunday Bring a well
III d basket ami : tay all day. Good
peaking .ml sp<-< ial music will be
(features of H.e day.
I H •: tha Zwea^cln r.
I Rev. Funck will preach his fare-
well sermon on Od' her 2. There will
r tie special speaking by Al Jones
i n the Antt-cigarett ■ nw Everybody
T'.u Young Peoph meeting on Oc-
lohfr 2 will lie l<sl b> Miss Verna
Mr nnd Mrs. O. C. Janus and son
Wm. Penn—5 cents—A Good Cigar
/isitlng his brother Alfred Bruce in
Visitors at the C. C. Combs home
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Me-
'raw of Piedmont. Henry and Arthur
Hits and Edna and Fate Lougwealth
of El Reno.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maine visited
he latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
V. Abies Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulbert and
'amily visited at the Otis Bruce home
Mr. and Mrs. O. Griffin of Yukon
ipent Sunday with Mr*r. Mina Con-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sigllo'sky who
have beeu visiting at the Ernest
Wiedemann home left Monday for
their home in Iowa.
Wm. Peon—5 cents—A Good Cigar
Among those who are attending
school in Kl Reno from our school an
Leslie Cotnbs. Forrest and Clols
Powell, Myrtle Bolton. Margaret
Abies. Those who are attending
school in Richland are Mae and Ray
Haverly, Edith and Johanna Wiede-
mann anil Grace Conner.
Nearly everyone attended the fair
Saturday. All reported a good time.
Among the Interesting things we
saw at the Fair was an individual
exhibit booth which belonged to Mr.
and Mrs. W. V. Haverly. They re-
ceived second prize. We wish to con-
gratulate them fin their success.
Miss Esther Mowre visited her par-
ents in Kl Reno over the week end.
Dinner guests at the Ralph Hulbert
home Friday evening, were Mrs. Inez
Hulbert, Ada Hulbert. Mrs. Estep nnd
children, Lois, Harold and Hollie. It
Today and Thursday
Clara Bow in
Comedy! “French Fried
Friday and Saturday
To Your Individual Measure
A Ursf notional Picture
Matinee Saturday 1:30—3:30
Dress, Jewell King.
Magazine Rack. Herman Brodersen. i
Saw Morse, Flovd Maass.
Apron, Alma Kittley.
Kimono. Doi t ha Brown.
A pep organization ha* been |
ormed by the High School girls. The
Peppers as they will be called have
•hosen a unit unt that is very strlk- [
ing aud good looking. If the boys
do not win every football gome it will
not lie due in the lack of pep. Attend
>he games and see our boys and girls
' John spent Wednesday at tic
Wheel *r ho ne in Ft. Reno.
Evelyn Kl Ison vie i attending
■a bool iu Kl Rei.o spent ti e week-end
with home folks
Vi - N. (1. Smith is i< ported on the
siik li.-t at present.
Flank Hi .and mind mi Howard
was a guest of her cousin Mrs. Jack in action.
Oct. 2, 3. 4 and 5th
Direct from the Criterion
Theatre. Oklahoma City
CHEVY -■ CHATS
Sept 21. 1927.
Published in the Inter-
est of the people of El
Reno and vicinity by
EL RENO MOTOR CO
B. T. Marshall
You can it you will
Just put the money you
would like |o bet Into a
new Chevrolet It's a
The Fsod i ai Depart,
incut fell slighted last
week because we fallen
to mention tin Ir sales
Well. 1 v • i will
now give tin m their in
A dandy ml otd
roadster wa* sold :0
Men Esaan >n Routi
3 this week.
C. F. llltpi: s. Of 614
No. Bickford, a fire-
man 0" Hie It'ii i I land
picked jp a '.Ufa:n ■
a Vsei'. Ford ejan
A used Find touring
wat delivered to Jacob
Zwelacher living on
trouhto and em-
barrassment of having ____JB.._
•i reputation i* Route n. ok
■'Bain ' Ruth |g «|
ed to make u home run
every time he coves to
bat. V. !*r« sident
Dawes Is expected to
cuss every time he
make, a spe ; h and ev-
ery Issue of "Chevy
Chats" Is expected to
he belter than the pr-»
I). W Mar-hall of «*»7 j
So. Roberta bought a
used Ford coupe Mop
How about putting
heater in your i
We have „ dun I i>
er for any make i r
very reasonable, too.
; i i; - - w i on
Route 2. Oknrchp, par-
ch C-ed a Used 1- ul'd
Carlson continues ic
i v i . nhend in III'
Cl; \ i ' I i ale-'ineii'sl
I'.n 1 i 'imu ''.«• \ id]
nod is nearin': llono
ilu. Knowi''u b. c. n*|
v. e do w'(> doubt if hr
v ill r\m' l.'iw . "• if I
lie get" n Cl!til) : <‘ . f I
tiie Hula Hula girls f
we have r nd so niiieh
ahnic Barrett is In
Parts, reached there in
time f r the Legion
cmii i ntlmi Wnh two
\viek" to go tli" sales
men an on their tor
l . u 'ii om m im■■ i*i nt
A used Fiievioletl
" vi 'ii r. i..'*i>dl
Iu I. o. Culler-.
N» El lb no sir'. >
Our Factory Representative will be here today and
tomorrow with an unusual display of fine woolen
fabrics in large display lengths for your new Suit
or Overcoat from
The Stores-Schaffer Co.
Tailors of Fine Clothes.
Don’t forget the date, and come in and inspect the
new fabrics and let us take your order for your
LEARN THE WAY
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE
Regular Admission 10-25-35
Today and Thursday
Big Double Program
with Ben Lyon, Pauline Starke, also
"THE CAPTURE OF MATTHEW
Oklahoma's Notorius Youthful Out-
iaw—IN ACTUAL MOTION PIC-
TURES—From Arizona, Okmulgee to
Comedy: "Quiet Please
BECKTQN CLOTHING CO.
200 SOUTH BICKFORD
Any Seat Any Time 10c
Today Thru Thursday
Buddy Roosevelt in
THE FIGHTING COMEBACK '
Comedy: "Man Sized Pet"
Schedule of Performances
Sunday. October 2nd
Matinee Children 25c
Night, all seats 50c
Special Matinee 2:30
Monday and Tuesday. October 3 and 4
Children Adult* jOc
Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday
One performance each night 8:13
Al* Seats 50c
r l m no mo tor co |
El Rrno. Okla.
Of litiu.Htliuld furniture, Saturday,
SEPTEMBER 24. 1927
at 915 South Hoff; sate Imglm* Ht 2:00
' o'clock, the follow ing described prop
1 rug. 6x9; 1 rug. 5x8; 1 piano: 2
combination book cubw and writing
dt>nk; 1 wardrobe; 1 ivory b"d room
Hulte; 12 dining chalra; 2 ruga, '»xl2;
1 round table; t rug. 6\9; l buffet; I
t ,-nd table nnd mirror; 6 rockers; 1
floor lamp; 1 dresser; 1 amoklng
stand; I chiffonier; l dining table;
1 iiiil complete; 2 kitchen lablea; 1
feather bed; I gns range: 5 gas
heaters; 1 commode; 1 Quick-Meal
gas range; 1 dresser; 2 good cabinet*;
l led complete; 1 refrigerator; 1 lied
ami apritigs; 1 small Ice box; all cur-
tain* for -lx room house; 1 dresser;
1 lawn iiiiiwnr; tubs ami hollers: all
kunii of (lishc* cinl ciHikiug utensils'
• ii-I - mull IiioIh.
f\n\(/o/t/ui/nljaycr MUS> SULLIVAN, Owner
C L. Everett, Auctioneer.
To many a man
listening in on the fight
it will not he so much
a question of whether
Dempsey or Tunney " ins
he pays his friend
or his friend pays him
a Stetson Hat
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