The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 131, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1928 Page: 3 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
The Social Realm
WOMAN IS CHARGED
WITH ALIEN RUNNING
and Father Are
cused at Detroit.
Unity Club. Mrs. J. B. Swaim, 421
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Pastime Club. Hostess, Mrs. J. L.
Trevathan, 515 South, Evans.
While Away An Hour. Hostess.
Mrs. Don Wheeler, 1017 WeBt Wade.
Ladies’ Golf Club.
For Mrs. Freet
The Baptist social held on the
lawn of the George Woods residence,
401 South Admire, Thursday evening,
was greatly enjoyed by everyone.
The unusual heat made an outdoor
event welcome and the colored lights,
Japanese lanterns and tables centered
with flowers, made an attractive
background, in which to sit and en-
joy the program and social hour.
About 200 attended among whom
were a number of guests from Okla-
homa City and Mrs. Emmett Woods
Assisting the hostesses were Mrs.
Geo. Woods, Mrs. Lucien Schooling,
Mrs J. B. Swaim, Mrs. H. It. Siler
Thd Mrs. J. A. Shuck.
The program consisting of music
anti readings was given by Misses
Mary Jane Siler, Martha Nichols and
Martha Jane Dowell and Mrs. E. A.
Jackson, and the following group of
Baptist g'irls, Eulala Bartlett, Virginia
Stevenson. Bertha Stevenson. Mar-
garet Patterson, Idabelle McCain,
Essie Van Wagoner and Geraldine
The ladles wish to thank all who
assi ted in serving and helping make
it such a success, as a large amount
was secured for the building fund.
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It was to honor the sixth birthday
anniversary of her son, Boyd Jr., that
Mrs. S. Boyd Wilson. 17-21 South
Hoff, entertained 27 little guests with
a delightful children's party Thurs-
day afternoon from 4 to 5:30 o clock.
Pink and white garden flowers were
used throughout the rooms and a
dainty pink and white color scheme
predominated in the delicious re-
Many games were enjoyed and ad-
ded to the merriment of the occasion.
Vari-colored caps and pink and
white baskets of candy were given
The hostess was assisted in serving
by Mrs. Buck Jennings, Gertrude
Townsend and Billie Martin.
Out of town guests sharing the
courtesy with Boyd Jr., were Gertrude
and John Collins Townsend of Guth-
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Miss Wright Honored
Complimentary io Miss Helen
Wright of Ft. Worth. Tex.. Mrs. Guy
Cublmge. 508 East Russell, enter-
tained with a bridge party Thursday
High score in the game was re-
ceived by Miss Elizabeth Burke and
Claude Foster and the honoree was
the recipient of a dainty guest favor.
At a late hour a delicious two
course lunch was served by the host-
Guests were Misses Velma Gilbert,
Margaret Allei* Elizabeth Burke, Lil-
lian Aderhold. and Clem Cobbs;
Messrs. Hayward Wright, Garrett
Miles, Kenneth Kalbfliescb, Wetzel
Wffdon. Claude Foster and R. F.
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Telephone Employes Picnic
The losers in a recent "What I Did
Today” contest conducted by the lo-
cal employees of the Southwestern
Bell Telephone Company entertained
the winners with a lawn party Thurs-
Flags and bunting made a gay set-
ting for the lawn and tables where
a delicious supper was served at 10
o'clock to the forty guests In attend-
Games and contests furnished the
evening’s diversion with contest
prizes being awarded to Misses June
Coykendall, Lillie O’Nan and Mrs.
Out of town guests enjoying the
occasion were Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Thompson of Oklahoma City.
Garden flowers were used in at-
tractively decorating the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Siler, 714 South Hoff,
when they entertained informally
with three tables of bridge Thursday
evening as a courtesy to Mrs. Wilbur
Freet of Fairfax, Mo.
In the game high score was re-
ceived by Mrs. W. P. Morrison and
Earl Woodhouse, and a handsome
guest favor was presented to the
At a late hour the hostess served a
lovely ice course.
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Detroit—Accused of being respon-
sible for the smuggling of at least
400 aliens from Canada to Detroit dur-
ing the last 18 months, Casper Hol-
lecker, fifty-two years old, and his
daughter, Mrs. Rose Philllppl, thirty-
ouo years old, were arraigned here
recently on charges of conspiracy to
violate the immigration laws and be-
ing accessories in aiding the smug-
gling of aliens.
John L Zurbrlck. district director
of Immigration, estimated the two
were responsible for bringing in 400
aliens here as members of an Inter-
national ring whose ramifications are
believed to extend to Europe.
Both admit, Mr. Zurbrlck said, that
they have smuggled In n number of
nlieus but gave uo exact number, llol-
Ucker, Mr. Zurbrlck said, told hitr.
.. J _ I that between 50 and 100 aliens whom
Met hod—Remove stockinet cover- he aIded t0 enter the country Illegally
ing for ham. Submerge ham in boll- now Qre rpsI(]ing ln New York.
Many From His Home.
Suspicions of the authorities here
were aroused when It was found that
in the few months aliens caught il-
legally entering the conntry here all
seemed to come from Englesbruin, s
section of Rumania which formerly
was part of Austria. Ilolleeker was
born ln the district.
A month ago the authorities were
informed that 78 aliens from Eagles-
brum were aboard a steamer bound
for Canada. On April 3, 12 and 111,
the immigration border patrol appro
Serves 18 to 20; preparation, three
to four hours.
Method—Remove stockinet cover-
„ _____i. Submi
er of water. Let water boil and then
simmer until ham is done. Skin.
Serve with garnish of baked apples
and parsley or with potato salad.
BAKED HAM IN CIDER
wire, Anna, ot Englesbrum, were a»-
rested ln a taxicab at the foot of 42
Riverfront with Arthur Damon, a
smuggler released recently after serv-
ing a sentence ln the Leavenworth
penitentiary for nauggllng aliens, and
Edward Quinn and his wife Ruth, who
live at the Riverfront address.
Tltch told the authorities that when
he came to Windsor be went to a cer-
tain hotel and gave a certain pass-
word, whereupon he was told to awutt
an agent of the smuggling ring. The
hotel, the authorities say they are
Informed, got $5 a head for Ibis serv-
lloliecker was notified of the aliens'
arrival and his daughter came to
Windsor and collected $150 from the
'Tltches and told them they would be
delivered to her home. Mr. Zurbrlck
said. The Tltches got In a cab mi
the hotel with Damon.
Hollecker, Mr. Zurbrlck said, claims
he got $10 to $20 a head for Ills part
In the smuggling. He said, according
to the officials, that he shipped the
aliens to the East after receiving them
at his home.
gess girls Sunday.
John Zweiacher called on Darward
Long Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Kirk Cordray and children
visited at the Tom Cordray home one
day last week.
Roy Keppler called on T. M. Dun-
can Sunday morning.
Mrs. Ed Duucan was seriously in-
jured Tuesday while trying to push
the car out of the shed. The car ac-
cidentally started forward knocking
lur beneath It. When taken to the
doctor it was found that both legs
were broken. We join the family ln
wishing her a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Skinner, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. McLean and children
and Howard Mtllburn were Sunday
evening callers at the Jftke Zweiacher
There Is no longer a “darkest Rus
slu.” The searchlight of civilization
Is frankly demanded.
Served 16 to 18; preparation five
to six hours.
Method—Wipe a 10 pound ham with
damp cloth. Dry and over the fishy-
side sprinkle a little clove, a tea- i
spoon of cinnamon and half a tea-
spoon of ginger. Cover the ham with
a very think paste of (lour and water.
Put skin down in a roasting pan and
fill the pan with cider. Bake slow-
ly for three hours at a temperature
of three hundred degrees Fahrenheit,
basting often. Remove the paste and
rind. Return the ham to making dish,
flesh side down. Brush the fat por-
tion with beaten egg, sprinkle gen-
erously with chopped parfley and
bread crumbs and continue halting
For one man who sees the world as
worse than It is. luckily there are two
who see it as better.
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hended a number of
and all showed they were Interested
in a man named Hollecker.
The women raid they paid $75 to
be smuggled over the river, while the
men said they paid $55 each. One
woraun said she paid $280. Mrs. Phti
Mrs. I. Long and
r_____Mr. and Mrs. O. C. James and chil-
the*^ aliens here. Idren were Sunday visitors at the T
G. James home near Altona.
Florence Rickner visited the Bur-
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, ...... ...... | that fee was paid the man who
ing down the elder in which the ham hrni,
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