The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 193, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1927 Page: 3 of 4
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 9. 1927.
THE EL HE NO DAILY DEMOCRAT
The Social Realm
ALICE SMITH !
Mgny Attend Reception ' Watermelon Party
\ large and enthusiastic crowd About 15 guests were in attendance
v l. in attendance at the reception ; "lien 'he Ruth Class of the First
ReV. and Mrs. Matthes at the ‘ Methodist church entertained with a
rhristinn Church Thursday eve- watermelon party at Legion Park
i)n„ Thursday evening.
' t’non their arrival the gues's were! Specin! guests for the occasion were
received by Rev. and Mrs. MattLes. i Rev. and Mrs. V. A. Hargis.
^imt and' Mrs. Allen, Mr. and Mrs I • • •
(lassoway, Mr. and Mrs. Bnrkhead. Picnic at Kingfisher
'. Mr and Mrs. Stearns, after which I Members of the Kappa Alpha Phi
ghort program was enjoyed consist-' fraternity will entertain their lady
, of orchestra numbers, readings by friends with a picnic supper and
MtMes Leona Belle Btthard and swimming party at Kingfisher this
Berv| Bradley, solo "By the Waters, evening?.
(,f the Minnetonka" by Miss Kather-1 * ' *
ine Stearns accompanied on the flute Guests at Dinner
hv John Morrison, with Clarence Complimentary to th'dr son, George.
Brady at Urn piano, and two solos. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Le Van, 900 South ,
• In the Carden of tomorrow" and "1 Macomb, entertained with a birthday
Passed by Your Window hv W P. dinner Thursday evening. Guests tor
Morriaon ! I|,e happy event included Dr. J. T.
‘ After a delightful social hour re Riley. P«»l Craden and E. P Kelly.
fre8h»»«nts were served at h late1 *
hour Putting Party
j Hostesses at the Country Club Put-
Entertain. Gro^p of Friends l,nK ,hi* ‘veiling will he Mrs.!
Miss Rena Haydon was a charming R- ( Rice and Mrs. S. R. Reville.
hostess when she entertained with a
very delightful partv of bunco nnd -
dancing at her home at S21 West L
Wade, Thursday evening. i
Bur.co honors for the evening were .
received by Miss Velda Stokes and j
Marvin McGee u'ter which the re-
mainder of the evening was devoted
Those enjoying the courtesy includ
ed: Misses Mariam Forrest, Mercedes
Noah. Edith Allred, Velda Stokes.
Frances Crider. Nettie Callahan, Mai
garet Oierhart. Naomi Brindley. Ns
(.mi McCall. Evelyn Gaughorn, Em
ma Brown. Bessie Stiver and Marl
Vrmstrong: Messrs. Milford Dover,
Roy Jay. Clarence Slnies, Boh Steph-
enson, Arthur Kins. Jack Kit.miller.
'Brick" Ireland, Wnldo McGee, Mar
vin McGee and Jim Bin ley
* * *
Loyal Temperance Legion
Tlte Loyal Temperance Ligoin ill
meet at the First M. E. Church Sun-
day afternoon at three o'clock Inst ad
of at four o'clock All children i<
» ♦ *
Members id the Tri HI Club cm
joyed their regular meeting1 Thursday
evening when they were entertained
in tin home of Mr Pauline Smith
515 East Woodson.
In the game of bridge, high score
honors were received by Miss Harriett
Rector. Following the game a tlaitiD
repast w-as served by the host, ss
Blaze Damages Home
Saturday morning the home of Mr.
and Mis. N. E. Eischen was partially
destroyed by fire. Mrs. Eischen was
working about the lighted Coleman
gasoline stove when her apron pocket
became caught on the feed valve en-
tlrely disconnecting the plug and al-
lowing' the gasoline to escape. The
timely aid of friends and neighbors
soon had the fire under control. How-
ever the damage from water nnd
sin ike is considerable; all of the
wearing apparel of Miss Inez Eischen
having been mined.
Fortnightly Bridge Club
Mrs K. C. Loosen delightfully eh-
; i'nined the Fortnightly Bridge Club
Friday afternoon when Miss Marian
Wright was ail additional guest. Fav-
ors for high seme at cards were te
reived hv Mrs. Henry Brueggen and
Mrs K W. Wright.
Double Four 8ridge
Mr c J. Woodson was a charming'
lidsle - in the Double Four Bridge
Club Thursday evening when addi-
tional guests who added Interest to
die occasion were: Mrs. E. C. Loosen,
Mrs. f W .Wright. Mrs. Geo. Bonham.
Mrs. G. A. Hall. Mrs. Pat O'Shea
M, perd Vogt, and Miss La Verne
Standard. Favors for high score for
Hi,, club weal io Mrs. Burt Standard
and Mrs. John Busche, and the guest
favors to Mrs. Geo. Bonham and Mrs.
C. W. Wright
Miss Lillian Woodson came over
from Oklanoma City for the week-
Le ltoy Woodson resumed his
studies at the Business College at
Oklahoma City Monday after being
employed throughout the summer
months by the Okarche Oil Company.
One of the most enjoyable and inter-
esting events of the year was the
Good Fellowship banquet Tuesday
evening at the Public School Audito-
rium when the El Reno Lions Club
met with the Okarche Chamber of
Plates were laid tor a hundred peo-
ple; sixty gentlemen and ladies from
El Reno being in attendance. Tin*
principal speaker of the evening was
Judge Fogg of El Reno who gave a
very Interesting and entertaining talk
on the American Constitution; short
talks also being made by Mr. Tomp-
kins and Major Weeks of El Reno
and Mr. C. W. Wright and Paul
Junior Thompson left Thursday eve-
ning for Chicago where he will enter
the University to work for his Mas-
Llewellyn Wolff left Thursday eve
nlng for Yellow Springs. Ohio, where
he will attend Antioch Colege this
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Figgins. of Co-
rona, Calif., were guests of her aunt.
Mrs. F. H. Loosen and family Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wegener spent
Thursday in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Kittley attended tin
bull game at El Reno Sunday.
Miss Kathleen Hunter. Miss Harry
ette Hunter and Roland Wright went
to Ponca City and to 101 Ranch where
they witnessed the Rodeo Monday.
Mrs. Barham Bogtier of Andale,
Kans., is visiting relatives in Okarche.
Mr. Geo. Cornett of Pratt. Kans.,
visited friends here the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Loosen, Paul
Loosen and Miss Dennehey attended
the annual chicken dinner of the
Country Club at El Reno Monday
Mrs. Harry Hunter and daughters
Kathleen and Harryette were Okla-
homa City visitors Thursday.
Paul Winger, Lawrence Gorman.
Raymond Kittley and Francis Eischen
returned Sunday from Medicine Park
where they spent several days.
Mrs. Katherine Brueggen and son
John. Mr. Joseph Goetz and Mr. Theo-
dore Goetz who have been guests at
the Randolph Brueggen home left
Wednesday for their home In St.
Mr. and Mrs. B J. Duhhersteln and
Miss Acmes Gremelr spent the week-
end in Oklahoma City attending the
Walther League convention.
Miss Pauline Ludwig and her guest
Miss Mary Storln spent Monday tn
Mrs. L. W. Lynde and daughters.
Mrs. Pat O'Shea and daughter Mar-
gaivnt and Barbara and Kathryn Han
went to El Reno Sunday to see “Beau
Mr. and Mrs. John Huu had as
their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. John Grellner and family, Mrs.
Susan Hau and Mrs. Barbara Bog*
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Breuggen.
Mrs. llenry Breuggen. Mrs. Katherine
Breuggen and son John and Mrs. Jos-
eph and Theodore Goetz spent 1 lies-
day Ir. Chlckaaha as guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hoebtng.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hunter and
daughters witnessed “D* nu Geste at
El Reno Sunday.
Second A. E. F. to Receive
Mail By Special System
WASHINGTON Sept 9.—(UPl
Special arrangement,: nave been made
by the Postoffice Departments of
France and the 1 nited Stutes to
handle mail to and from Legionnaires
who will attend the Mnerlean Legion
Convention at Paris in September and
"All mail from the United States
will lie distributed in New York."
Postmaster General New said. ‘‘Arti-
cles addressed In care of the Amer-
ican Legion headquarters ,n Paris w ill
. K . ft ... .1 * I till llih-
patched direct to the headquarters
w hile mail addressed to hotels will j
be made up according to hotels.
"Mall addressed In care of a pri-
vate residence and parcel post pack-
ages regardless of how sent will be
dispatched as general mail and will
not receive special handliug.”
New said a temporary posioffice
would he established at the Legion
headquarters. During the meeting
special dispatches of mail from the
Legionnaires will he made by the
French postal service to New York.
Boston. Chicago, Philadelphia, St.
Louis, New Orleans and Washington.
All mail, regardless of how ad-
dressed. will be subject to internation-
al postal rates and conditions
In the twelfth century monastery
of the Benedictines on the island of
Caldey, off the English coast, there
is said to be an enormous sapphire
of great value hidden In the walls, and
at times there is claimed to he a
“luminous glow" on the walls that in
dicates where the treasure Is hidden
TRAFFIC LAWS |
Assist greatly in preventing £
Auto Accidents, but when one
Joes occur, property has been
destroyed, and some one must
pi y the bill.
A few dollars invested in one
of our AUTOMOBILE LIABIL-
ITY POLICIES, afiords you com.
olete protection. Just phone us
the number of your car, we will
do the rest.
Small cars cost $16.00 larger
ones $19 00. See us for safety.
B. D. Ashbrook, Pres.
111 No. Bickford.
tellr when you
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Tr.Aor mark rhO.
Coal c^ tongue, dry mouth,
Lad 1 real!*, muddy skin,
l r ipv ne rves and sour
r.tomach ruggest its use.
EL RENO TRANSFER
& STORAGE CO.
Transfer. Storage, Packing,
Shipping, laicnl and Long Pla
ranee Moving and Heavy Haul
Phones 881 108 112 W Wads
R E. WHITLOCK.
C. H. KRUMM,
We still have our every day low prices on quality
groceries—Try us some day with your grocery or-
der. and don’t overlook adding one pound of Mon-
arch Coffee at 55 cents—and a half pound Mon-
arch Orange Pekoe Tea for icing at 50 cents.
Nice Ripe Bananas, lb Sc
Nice large head lettuce,
10c and 15c
Large fancy Italian
Prunes for canning,
per box.........- L10
Best Sweet Potatoes,
9 11 __________26c
Fancy Jonathan Apples,
peck - - 60c
Nice Solid Cabbage, lb 1c
Fancy Concord Grapes,
ONE RACK Si5 DRESSES
Small basque models, just the dress foi
the school girl.
Also the largest stock we have ever car-
ried of the larger sized dresses tor women.
Beautiful satin models in the new draped
dresses priced from $15.00 to $05.00.
i I'ul.llshed. Dully I...... nil. Sept
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
State of Oklahoma t" l*lillll|> Iklwln
)ft k s
Take* nntin that you ha\*- 1m-. ii mi. <l
in tin District I'mirt nf Canadian County,
State of Oklahoma, by Sadie Isabelle
Oaks, In an action for absolute divorce,
and wherein it is allowed that you ha'i
l„ , n Kill!!' of tries II. ylei t of duty !"
ward the plaintiff therein named upon
whirl) ground tin* r.-lM nii*uti*»n«,<l in
prand for, and that ym must answer
• In petition filed therein hy said plain-
tiff ,m or le for. tin- '.’"Ih day of Oet. -
L,t. iVi7. ,,r Siltin' will hr taken as true
and Judgment rendered for said ptaintilf
f for ahRolUl. divorce
Sit A N K TAVI.olt
, S|.*VI | Court Clerk
|iy Beta Boyd Input'
II I. Fogy.
AUoiuis i«»i Plaintiff
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NOTICE TO CREDIT cS
To Mn Creditors of C ’ 'on, u< -
Till t mlitm> »»f fin aliuu-1 •»•*•; ” •'<
tv'll* nl in* Ii«t**L> nnlifh-il that tl>* u,,f
,|, rsiytu d* ".ns. I>> th. County Court of
Canadian fount'. Oklahoma, appointed
\dinlnlstratrlN of ll" ostuti •" stud d>
cedent, and that till persons ha'lny
claims UKaiuat the t stale "f •'■""I <h
,.client are ret|Uirstl to exhibit them to
sa|,| iind.rsiyn.il Administratrix with tin
in eessur' '. j. In rs. at her I'll!'.....I r."d-
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four rnonltis from lh> date ..( tin
imt.liefttlon of ihls notice, to wit from
Hie 1st da' of Si ptember. IS".. "I tie
-ame will he forever Barred
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liohi rson a Koh. i soti.
A ttoruey - for Administratrix
TRY OUR MARKET FOR QU VLITY MEATS
Compound, 6 I bo. "be
Sugar Cured Hams.. .‘I0e
Brisket Bacon------ 25c
P’k. Shoulder Roast 20c
Pork Chops ........30c
Dry Salt Pork..... 20c
Bacon Squares------- 22c
Sugar Cured Bacon 20c
Neck Bones ---- sc
Boiling Beef -- Ik
Good Beef Roast ----- 13c
Hamburger, 15c 2 lbs. 25c
Try These They’ll Please—Phone 15
Wc will appreciate
your Kellog Coupon
And Receive One Free
SLFEP Ibai bring* no soothing rc?t. Empty
,lrf.p_tiint drives lensc nerves and acbmi?
ntuRrlex back to weary bodies! No wondrr
people crack and break when precious sleep
What a tragedy that so few
realize the suffering constipation
causes! It ruins health and wrecks
beauty. It saps strength. It mur-
ders sleep! It sickens the body
and causes disease after disease.
And it could all be so easily re-
lieved. Kellogg’s ALL-LRAN ir
guaranteed to relieve constipation
lUMj part-bran products fail!
ALL BRAN has "bulk.” 1 his bulk
absorbs moisture and carries it
throughout the intestines — gently
distending them—purifying, remov-
ing poisonous wastes. In a part-bran N I
product the quantity of bulk is so
i A LL-
Ekt it tuord-
to directions. II
dors not relieve
we will iehiti'1 the
small that there is seldom enough to do this
work That is why doctors recommend
ALL-BRAN because it is 100% bran—-100%
No need for habit-forming pills/
How different from dangerous pill*
and drugs—wht'h become useless
unless the dose is constantly in-
creased! ALL-BRAN is delicious
with ntilk or cream—and add fruits
or honey. Let it soak a few mo-
ments to firing out all its flavor.
Serve with other cetrals. In soups.
Try recipes on every package. Eat
two tablespoonfuls daily—in
chronic cases, with every meal.
Don’t accept a part-bran substi-
tute. Insist on genuine Kellogg’s.
Sold by all grocers. Served at
hotels, restaurants — on diners.
Made by the Kellogg Company in
Battle Creek, Mich. Write for free
"Treatise on Constipation.”
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 193, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1927, newspaper, September 9, 1927; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909341/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.