The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1928 Page: 4 of 4

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THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 162*.
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
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FOR BALE
PECANS, Chinese elm, fruits, shrubs
and roses; everythin? needed to
make your home beautiful and fruit-
ful; not cheapest, but the best; cata-
logue and planting instruction book
Mr_ , w ,vnde and Mrs John Mrs. H. E. Shaffer received high Joyed a card party at the home of
Bu^che emertainell at ^he home of score and Mrs. J. D. Rinderhagen re- Mr and Mrs. J. Anderson Saturday
ssstrrs srss: :zi sss.
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Valentine motifs appearing In all the Miss Irene Manna and Ray Maher. * _*
appointments. Favors for high score Mr. and Mrs. Leland Anderson and 9- tj i p i
- — gon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blanc and | f Keu KOCK
at fho Pori Wo omnnr nma & ______— - ... ■■ ■
went to Mrs. A. J. Thompson. Mrs.
F. H. Loosen and Mrs. M. M. Mc-
Cord.
Mistletoe
I® »»•'* —o ----------------j There will be a literary program
request. Jim Parker, nursery- a( Mistietoe Friday evening, February
-r^nmooh nkiB. 17 Everyone is invited to come.
John and Freeman Denwalt spent
‘Saturday night and Sunday with ____ _______
____ Johnie Carroll. and Mrg. Wagner and family, Mr.
FOR SALE: Milk cows. Inquire H. Mr. and Mrs. Happy Smith have and Mrg jlm Anderson and family,
H. Determan, 5 mites north and f. been spending the past week with ^jrg pranj{ Wolf and daughter Odes-
mlles east of El Reno. the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ^ j|rg jjenry Behne and Mrs. H. E.
Shaffer and Mr. Salisbury.
man. Tecumseh, Okla.
FOR SALE: Good piano in mahog-
any case. Phone 747-J.
son called at the Carl Wagoner home
Sunday afternoon.
Vernon Bradley spent Thursday
night with Lloyd Patzwald.
Mrs. L. A. Chappell spent Monday
with her mother, Mrs. Hahn.
It was to honor their 20th wedding
anniversary that Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Rinderhagen entertained with a din-
ner Sunday. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Heckes. air. and Mrs.
Fred Von Tungeln and family, Mr.
POULTRY
the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J P Welch.
liiith Ellison spent Monday night
_--- ■ ■' ■ - with Virginia Golden.
CUSTOM HATCHING after January Mr| R M Cilfton and children and
23. 14.00 per 100. 8ee Wm. Bell. Chag Rlce of Llttle Rock. Ark., vis-
M mile east of El Reno on Highway |te(] Mr aud Mrg c M Hopkins
66 and 81. and family.
EAST SIDE HATCHERY | Evan Carver spent Saturday night
CUSTOM hatch 3Vfcc per egg. Live Frank Snwalt and
chicks 5c aDlece Orders booked Mr. and Mrs. hrank uenwaii anu
South Mitchell SL. Phone 5SS-J.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Griffin. Aud-
rey Johnson and Myrtle Griffin were
Sunday callers at the M. C. Thomas
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Denwalt and family
were Sunday callers at the J. S.
Carol home.
Freeman Denwalt stayed with
Johunie Carol Saturday night.
Glen Ellison spent Sunday with
Freeman and John Denwalt.
Mr. and Mrs. Randal Kincaid were
Sunday callers at the Wade McCann
C/iile/umi
ENTERTAINMENT
Today Through Saturday
C.U#e«
wawiiPoB^i^/lgf
Passenger air service Is soon to be
established between Moscow and
Teheran, the Persian capital.
home.
..... ..... lrene Essex spent Saturday with
Mrs. Warren Brandley visited with Kat^ryn McCann.
- niiK^r* n.ce ThncAnv Callers at the G. L. Eaton home
FOR RENT
Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll and son
Johnie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pierce and son
Mrs. Gilbert Flagg Thursday.
Lawrence and Darold Chappell at
uamcuvo ... ..'.mn «*. Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs.
tended the basketball game at Okla- Elliott, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
h n / ' Irrin 01/ I • m IS
FOR RENT: 3-room house, chicken
house, garage, well. Inquire Mrs,
Mitchell, Robbins Addition.
Air. anu mrs. n«?u
Irvin spent Sunday afternoon with home ‘1°nday.
homa City Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bright and
family spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wagner.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson and
family spent Thursday evening at the
Ernest Wagner home.
Mr. Condry called at the Chappell
FOR RENT: 160 acre improved
farm, located 9Vk miles west of El ^
Reno Mills. 65 acres in cultivation,
balance pasture. Herman Lohse.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ellison and fam-
ily.
Mary Miller spent Saturday night
and Sunday uight with Ruth Elli-
Homer and Ira Miller and Ivan
Carver spent Sunday mornnig with
___ Wayne Hutton.
wanted ~ Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hopkins and
________________gon Bernte were called to Temple, Ok-
WANTED: Man and wife both to lahoma. Wednesday by the death of
work on dairy. No smokers need Mrs. Hopkins* sister, Mrs. J. W.
applv. Kennedy Dairy. Bridges. They accompanied the bouy
------—- to Buffalo Springs. Texas for burial.
WANTED: At ouce by man with They returned home the latter part
family, work on farm by month or of the week s l Rice and son Cor-
would like to share crop. W. H. Fin- dcr and daughters Mae and Fae of
ley, El Reno Tourist Camp. Devol. Oklahoma, returned home
with them for a short visit.
--♦—-
Mrs. J. D. Rinderhagen and Helena
helped Mrs. Fred von Tungeln can
meat Friday.
Mrs. Josle Brandley called on Mrs.
Winegkrdner Friday.
Carl Wagner called at the Jim An-
derson home Sunday morning.
Darold Chappell spent Monday
night with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hahn.
Members of the O. D. 0. club en-
Thomas and family.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Eaton and fam-
ily called at the Rev. Barker home
Friday evening to listen over the
radio.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zigler were Thurs-
day afternoon callers at the Dale
Zigler home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bright were
Monday callers at the Dale Zigler
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Miller aud fam
lly were Sunday callers at the J. Z.
Brooks home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carol and son
were Sunday evening callers at the
Bruce Miller home.
Oaks and Red Rock played basket-
bail Thursday. The score was 17-12
in favor of Red Rock.
Also
“THE COLLEGIANS”
Matinee Saturday 1:30—3:30
Regular Admission 10-25-35
WOODS THEATRE
Last Times Tonight
Corrlne Griffith in
“THREE HOURS”
9th Chapter ‘TRAIL OF THE TIGER’
Tomorrow and Saturday
Louise Fazenda in
“FINGER PRINTS”
Starting Sunday
Fred Thompson in
“JESSE JAMES”
Regular Admission 10—20
Lovely Valley
-<* r
From Over The County
(Continued from Page 1.) _
Mrs. B. B. Kittley and Miss Pauline Mr and Mrs. Warren Brandley and j
Winger spent Saturday evening In El children spent Friday evening at the
R®n°- Glen Stout home.
Attend Cage Tourney A number of friends surprised Mrs.
Among those who attended the has j, d, Rinderhagen on her birthday
ketball tournament at Edmond Friday priday evening. A game of cards
and Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. E. wag enjoyed throughout the evening.
Roderick, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dub-
berstein. Mrs. F. E. Cox, Mrs. C. J.
Woodson, and Mr. B. B. Kittley.
The card party given by the Altar
Society Thursday evening was well
attended.
Mrs. George Meyer underwent an
operation at the El Reno hospital
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schroeder had
as their guests for dinner Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kremelr Sr. and
family and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dub-
berstetn.
Attended Convention
Among the local teachers who at-
tended the State meeting at Oklaho-
ma City Thursday. Friday aud Satur-
day were: Misses Margaret Darlow,
Marie Vohs. Florence Collier, Rose
Elssler. Kathleen Kelly. La Verne
Standard. Lucile Wtedey, Ruth Wal-
lace and Violet Dorland and Prof.
Pippin.
Fortnightly Bridge
Mrs F. H Loosen wa« hostess to
the Fortnightly Bridge club Thursday
afternoon, when additional guests
who added Interest to the occasion
were Mrs. John K. Wright of Junc-
tion City. Kas , Mrs. George Botiham.
Mrs. John Busche and Mrs. F. E.
Cox. Favors for high score were re-
ceived by Mrs. Henry Brueggen. Mrs
George Bonham and Mrs. John K
Wright.
Dinner-Bridge
One of the most enjoyable events
e! the season was the dinner-bridge
given Wednesday evening at seven
f’i’w k when Mrs. C. J. Woodson,
$35.0° 1S§§
Buys Her a
BULOVA
TF you paid twice as much,
1 you could not give her a
finer, more useful gift than
a Bulova Watch. It is a gift
of enduring beauty and ever- . a
lasting usefulness.
CANADIAN COUNTY CO-OP Ell ASSN.
Phones 13 and 14 J. B. Gibson, Mgr.
Ten Thousand Dollars
—paid out in CASH DIVIDENDS this week to non-
stockholders as well as our stockholders. Cooper-
ate with us this year and get your share. We are
paying our non-stockholders 5 percent on their
1927 purchases. Can you beat it?
OUR MOTTO
“QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS”
j Early Triumph and Cobbler Seed Potatoes—an-
• other car of Ohio and Cobblers due Saturday or
I Monday. Red, White and Yellow Onion Sets.
EMPRESS
Any Seat Any Time 10c
Last Times Tonight
“TWIN SIX O’BRIEN"
Tomorrow and Saturday
Fred Humes in
“THE BORDER CAVALIER"
CRITERION
Starting
SUN. FEB. 19th
For the Entir. Week
Dublnsky
Stock Co.
with
Jack and Elsie Smith
Gorgeous scenic and elec-
trical productions of the
best comedies and dramas
-Change of plays nightly-
with high class vaudeville
—Opening Play—
“THE TRAP”
Sunday’s Schedule
Vaudeville 4:00—9:00
Pictures 1:30—6:00
Adm. 15-40-50
3
Packages
of
Jello
for
25c
40c
Package
Gold Medal
China Ware
Oats
for
30c
17-lbs.
Sugar
for
$1.00
(No Strings
attached)
48-lbs.
1 Bu.
Eating
Potatoes
Honest Abe
Eating
Sack Lots
Flour
Potatoes
lb. 2c
for
for
(Will not
$2.00
* $1.25
cook away)
LORNA
14 Xt. whit. «oU filed en-
graved cam. 15 level
OUR MARKET
Straight #
Thru/
Heated Coachet
LENORE
Enftaved 14 ICt wKite foUi J'YC.OO
tiled CMC. 1$ lewel J 3
HENRY BEHNE
JEWELER
Shoulder Beef Steak,
per pound-----17 l-2c
Pure Pork Sausage . 15c
Boneless Beef Roast,
per pound----17 l-2c
Holland Herrings, 9-lb.
net keg--------S1.75
White Fish, 5-lb. net
pail __________$1.25
Best Rib Boil, lb.----15c
Boneless Codfish, 1-lb.
pkg.____*.-------40c
Nice Fat Mackerel, 2 35c
Large Wienies, lb— 20c
Picnic Hams, 6 to 8-lb.
average, lb.------18c
No. 1 Wisconsin Cheese^
pound___________35c
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Phone 220
THE CHICK FEED SEASON IS AGAIN WITH
US AND WE ARE PREPARED WITH A
FULL LINE OF THE FAMOUS
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Poultry Feed
Brown Hen Chick Feed and Growing Mash will
make your chicks grow
Brown Hen Scratch Feed and Laying Mash will
increase your egg production
We Are Also Manufacturing
Milky Way Dairy Feed
One of the best and most economical dairy feeds on
the market
These feeds are all balanced rations and guaranteed
to give results by
Home of
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HONEST ABE Flour will be used in the
Daily Democrat Free Cooking School at
the Criterion Theater, Feb. 27 to March 2.
Arrange to attend.
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Phone 228.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1928, newspaper, February 16, 1928; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910279/m1/4/ocr/: accessed June 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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