The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 152, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1934 Page: 2 of 6
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EL RENO (OK.)' DAILY TRIBUNE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2,
MM. EDNA IL COASTS El
MRS. EMILY”M. LAUTS
MRS. FRANCES NORTHCEOSS
MRS. NANCY ROWE
> MISS LOUISE DIXON
MISS EDNA M. FERGUSON
MSS. BERTHA M. HARRIS
—- rwuetod for this nswapspor in ih# int*r*st of its womon rtadtrt by rMOfnlzod authoritits on all phasgs of homa making
Hires kf—FLORENCE EROEECE
MRS. J. WATSON SHOCKLBV
MRS. GEORGE THURN
TAKE YOUR MENUS SERIOUSLY,
ADVISES MRS. BERTHA HARRIS
Dear Friend* In El Reno;
How many times have you seen
a young housewife go to the tele-
phone and say: “Now let's see,
what will we have lor dinner?"
Then she hesitates, and haggles
and, with the aid of the grocer
clerk, orders her evening’s supply
Tills process Is unfair to the
grocer man who is kept waiting at
the telephone, and to the other
customers who have come to the
store to shop In person. But most
of all this haphazard method of
ordering is unfair to the man of
the house who Is given haphazard
Everybody Is better off If the
menus ure carefully planned, a
week at a time, for this advance
planning permits the housekeeper
to count on the use of leftovers:
saves time in ordering; saves time
in preparation, and results in bet-
ter meals. Such a system takes
only a few minutes’ time. Sit down
at your desk, with a notebook and
pencil und your cook books at
hand; keep In mind the season
Receives Foreign and
Alrptafa# Dial — Illuminated
—Large Dynamic Speaker.
Tone control-Automatic Volume
HBO Down — $1.25 a Week
Small carrying charge
We do ptambing, too
and the bargains at the grocers
and meat market, and then plan
breakfasts, luncheons, and din-
ners right through the week. Then
make out your first few days’ gro-
cery orders; order them at one
time; and order again at the mid-
dle of the week; und again on
Saturday for Sunday, and for Mon-
I suggest the notebook rather
than a scrap pad of paper for
once down in the note book the
menus are there to stay, and In
a month or two, you can repeat
a whole week’s menus, and grocery
orders, without risk of offending
with monotonous meals. At the
end of a year you have a valuable
book of live menus, each of which
may be repeated successfully as
Is, or with slight modification.
What To Use
Remember these facts:
The muscle makers are milk,
eggs, meat, fish, dried beans and
peas, nuts, peanut butter, cheese.
Serve one of these at least each
meal; heavy servings if the man
of the house or grown sons are
outdoor laborers; or If growing
children have a great deal of out-
The energy foods, especially
needed In winter are cereals < in-
cluding rice) breads, crackers, mac-
aroni, spaghetti, noodles, bananus,
puddings, taptocu, flour und corn-
starch puddings; two of which
should be served at each meal.
The quick energy foods, espe-
cially needed In winter and lor
those doing muscular work ure the
sweets, all kinds of sweet sauces,
Jellies, candies, frostings, sweet pud-
dings. fruit compotes, plain sugar
as served In tea, chocolate, cof-
fee. One ut each meal.
Reserve foods, for stored up en-
ergy. and especially needed for
those who do muscular work: all
the fats, butter, shortening, cream,
peanut butter, top milk, salad oils,
fat ham, pork or bacon, fat fish,
sausages, cream cheese, salad dress-
ings. rich gravies, rich cake and
pastries, nuts, chocolate, suet pud-
dings, fried foods. Two at each
Tonic foods, all Rrecn vegetables,
salad plants especially, fruits and
dried fruits (except bananas) fruit
Juices and fruit ices, canned fruits,
whole grain cereals. One or more
at each meal.
Roughage foods Include all the
tonic foods and coarse breads such
as graham and bran; gritty cereals,
coarse vegetables such as onions
and cabbage: all unpnred fruits und
those full of seeds (such ns figsi.
also bulky green vegetables. One
or more at each meal.
Liquid foods, soup. tea. coffee,
skimmed milk, buttermilk, cocoa,
fruit drinks, gelatines, Ires, wa-
tery fruit* and vagetables. Two
FALL DECORATING THIS YEAR DEMANDS NEW PAPERS
Charm and Good Taste
May Be Stressed
Illustrated is a bedroom created
with re-made old furniture, a few
'new pieces, and a completely new
background of wallpaper and paint
The paper gives the keynote for
the room. It is one of the current
season's best papers for such
rooms. Morning glories In natural
‘colors on an ivory ground in a
; trellis pattern; the Ivory Is repeat-
ied in the painted woodwork. The
I pinks and blues of the morning
glories have been repeated In the
The dressing table Is draped with
rose color upholstery silk, and trim-
med with an applique border of
chlnlz cut from the same material
as the window drapery: the dress-
ing table stool is made from an
old chair, back removed and seat
re-upholstered in the same fabric
as the draped dressing table.
The bed Is covered with dotted
Swiss trimmed with white ball
fringe; old candle sticks have been
used, an old mirror over the dress-
ing table, and smart new lamps
with interesting rose and white
of the new papers Is adaptable for
any living room.
Walls: paper with blue ground
and ivory and beige leaf figure.
Celling: plain blue paper, same
tint as side walls.
K Woodwork: beige gray paint.
Floor: stained dark oak: rug:
gray and blue mottled chenille.
Draperies: chintz with Ivory
ground, figures in terra cotta, fad-
ed pink, faded green.
Olasa curtains: Ivory cotton net.
Sofa: Deep cinnamon color rough
mixture with a little grayish beige
Chairs: one armichair like sofa;
another grayish beige mixture; an-
other like draperies; small chairs
of mahogany, with plain blue f»1
Lamps: pottery bases In clnn|
mon color; blue; green; with pit
beige parchment shades.
John P. Kelly and son, BUI, ll
North Hoff avenue, have return f
frdm a few days' stay at the World: I
Fair In Chicago. 11
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hines, M
and Mrs. Willie Cox, Mr. and M)
Ralph Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Ho\ I
ard Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Hen’ I
Keith, Miss Lillian Sparks, Brya i
Glover, Orln McCowan and Ivi |
Hines spent Sunday afternoon
The color scheme Is rose, blue; nlture is mahogany: dressing table i greens and ivory. A scheme easily
and Ivory with these colors pre- draped with rose color; stool up- duplicated for any bedroom,
dominating in the morning glory bolstered in rose; draperies of
pattern of the wallpaper. The fur- chintz figured in rose, blue faded _
at each meal.
Protective foods, these arc essen-
tial In the growing child’s menu;
milk, butter, eggs, fresh vegetables
and fruit, whole grains. Two ut
least for each meal.
Italanrrs the Menu
A choice from the above results
in a balanced menu; und any sim-
ple. but complete menu automat-
ically becomes a balanced menu If
tills outline Is followed: for ex-
ample fruit cup; broiled chops;
green beans, inucnroni or ricn;
whole wheat rolls and butter; sal-
Activity Resumed In Meet
at Tucker Home
From State Fair
All exhibits entered In the re-
cent state fair by Canadian coun-
ty home demonstration and 4-H
clubs ure available at the office of
Miss Harvey Thompson, home dem-
■ -nstration agent, she announced color;
I Persons who wish to re-claim
their work may do so by calling at
' the agent’s office in the federal
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENTUll<ling.
mm pie, beverage, is a Glancediclub mot Thursday night at thel RETURN TUESDAY
u - tvtss. “* ™“
It also gives the nppe- m)d Mrs } w McP'hprMn
Mr. nnri Mrs. Clayton Kessler. The
Bake Rite’s Master’loaf
Playing or working those youngsters use up
plenty of energy. To replace it properly you
must provide the best of energy foods. Bread will
do it Bake-Rite’s, the finest of breads, which
Is baked properly of the most wholesome in-
gredients does wonders in building pep, muscles
this way: It also gives the appe-
tite a chance to Indulge In more
fund at the table.
A choice of foods from tho above
groups ulso takes care of the vita-
mins providing protective vitamins
and those essential for sound teeth
Tlirre will be n program at Old
Calumet school next Thursday i Itlng
night. October 4. Patrons are In- lnger.
vlted to attend. j Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. White nnd
Henrv and Andrew Reding of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. White were
Chlrkic.hn siren! Sunday with Mr. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
nnd Mrs. Charlie Reding nnd fntn-jOllpIn In Cnshlon. Mts. J. R. Whi'e
tly. j remained to spend (he week with
Mr and Mrs. lee Penwrlnht nre the Clllpln*.
having n new nnreh built on their I Arthur White nnd Misses Bill
house ut this time Rnrh Delaney Johnson nnd Olive Chance spent
of Calumet is doing the work. Saturday and Bunday in Ofclu-
John Anderson, sr.. of Calumet., bonus City,
spent Rundnv with his son. I suite J. E. Berg was n Clinton visitor
Anderson, and Mrs. Anderson and;Saturday,
family. Mm. Klwood Roth and dnush
KPt.f e •••»•»»:
Lamm Mfy IBuMm la
Plan the Scheme
Such rooms are easily put to-
gether. Start with the wallpaper.
Select from the new papers shown
which Include floral designs, un-
usual bird motifs this year many
with silver and copper backgrounds;
use the paper with or without a
border; and use a proper celling
paper such as Is shown with some
of the papers; many other ceil-
ing papers arc simply a plain pa-
per in a darker tint; the white
ceiling favored a few years ago
nre no longer considered essential
to the well balanced color scheme.
A good plan Is to use a sample
of the wallpaper as a guide in
choosing other accessories of the
room; the drapery material to
match one color; the rugs another
glass curtains and bed-
spreads matching the ground color
of the paper. Then the small fur-
nishings such ns lamps, trays, pil-
lows. chair seats may be a deeper
shade of one of the major colors
of the room; or still another color
Living Room Color Scheme
For the living room a darker
wall paper Is In good taste this
year; one with a blue ground
would be Interesting. Such papers
arc among the season's newest.
This scheme developed from one
Mur mother felt that fimily physicians
and child speefcriistB, and the hospitals
moot bo right h simple test that
proves they are.
If anyone in your family is
occasionally sluggish or consti-
pated ; especially any child, you
should know this medical truth:
MRS. STRONG AND DAUGHTER, NANCY |
“Dr. Caldwell’, .
relief at ence,” sari
si 34-47 80th St,
i Syrup Pepsin braughi
' say* Mr*. A. G. Siren*
L, Jecluon Heights, NX
You cannot get safe relief with
any medicine if you cannot regulate
the dose. And to regulate dosage,
you should have a liquid laxative.
Witli a liquid laxative, you can
gradually reduce the dose. And that
is the secret of safe relief from
a sluggish, constipated condition.
Why Doctors Use
A liquid laxative can be measured.
Its action can be thus controlled. If
properly made, of natural laxative
elements like senna and cascara,
it forms no habit — even in the
youngest child. And such a laxative
will help the bowels to help them-
selves, not make matters won
Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin is i
approved liquid laxative containln
herbs, active senna, and casca
and is the one widely used. Yo
can always obtain it at any drufl
store. Why not make the “liquil
test" which has attracted so mucJ
attention of late? It helps nesrlJ
everyone who tries it. Il may makl
you feel better thun you have ij
a long time.
If you will risk sixty cents to«
cover the natural, comfortable acliofl
of Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin,1
believe bowel worries will be
for your household.
evening was spent In playing hriflue
and delicious refreshments of pie
and coffee were served.
Mrs. J. L. Douglas who Is vis-
iting friends nnd relatives In nnd
near Bridgeport, spent Sunday in
the W. E. King home.
Adcllo Fields has been visiting
with her sister, Mrs. J. o. Holder-
man. the past week. Her srhnol
has turned out for cotton-pick In*.
Bob Johnson nnd Wendell Worn-
staff spent the week-end In Marys-
ville nnd Gainesville. Trxns, vl -
Bob's sister, Mrs. fkl Bull-
Mr. nnd Mrs. End MrCnnn.
daughter Katherine, and tmn,
Oeorue Henrv. were Sunday din
ter, Rally Ann. of Yak, visited
Mrs. J. A. Johnson Thursday.
Misses Shirley Shnnkltn, Dither
ner guests of Mr nnd Mrs. O. T.Pnk and Josephlpe Chanes, who
McDonald of fjtke View. 'ire attending eolkte at Wither-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvin Penwrlnht lord, apenl the week-end In Brktae-
nmong those who attended port.
the state fnlr Frldnv.
Mrs. F. n. Rlttnn nnd Mrs Harry
Bent of Deep Dale spent Thurs-
day nlteroonn with Mrs. G. F. Berg.
Mr. nnd Mrs Rylvester Smith
ami daughters. Mr nnd Mrs. George
Vnn Gundy. Rev and Mrs. Oeorge
•ml tnmllv of Calumet were dinner
tuesu or Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry
Sunday visitors In the Bruce
Miller Hhme were Mr. and Mm.
Has* Robinson, of Red Rock, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Darrel Chapel of near
El Reno. Mr. ond Mr*. Jock Rob-
inson. !,. D. Tndd ind J. T.
Den wall of Red Rock.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Todd nnd
daughters of Oklahoma City
visitors In the Foul Le Foyer nnd
D. L. Todd homes Sunday.
Misses Margaret Miller and Mary
Ellen Sweeney spent the week-
end at Thomas.
There will be a program ind hot
ipper at (he srhoolltouie audi-
torium Friday night.
El lower Morgan visited In Weath-
erford Sunday night, and In Oewrt
Mrs C. B. Quigley, of Oesrv.
spending the week with her mnUtet
Mrs. C. B. Kelley. Ml South Rvntv.i
Min Elsie Offteld. TIS West Watt*
street, has returned from a brief
visit with Mr. and Mm. Then Heirklr
In Oklahoma City,
uuiiany guems am. nenry
Knppua war* Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Kappus of Rhawnro, Mr, ind Mr*.
Daw Kappu* and non. Alien, of
m Reno and Mr. and Mn. Lav*
Building and Lein
103ft N. Bickford
El Reno Phone 3T7
Mr. iM Mn. Nat RoMumb nnd
daughters vtaltod at tho homo of
her sister, Mn. Leas mn, and Mr.
mn of near Ooary. Sunday.
IBM mm Qaton. at UwaMc*
tan, m„ li aoNtoi la iirtvo tho
lattor part af Ik# wa* Sr a YtoR
to tti haaaa of bar Mr, Mn.
Mto W, Nan* and Mr. MmA
TM Booth naddm atoms,
Mr. and Mn, M. seaioiaaaap.
eaasmw. Carol Aim, mm, Omm
and Bmp, MM OaMh WMm am*
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We are not TREES
WATCH the trees this month of October. See them change to
jllorioun color — and then strip themselves bare to the cold
blasts of coming Winter. Thus they remsin until the coming
It might be economical to adopt the tree system, but it
would hardly be wise in this competitive world of people. New
Fall clothes are a necessity for the man who wants to hold his
place in business. For the woman who knows the social value
of being well-dressed.
Our handsome Fall clothes stay with us, decorative and pro-
tective. Adding pride to the new energy that comes with tho
tang of Fad, sheltering as from the cold, new Fall clothes art
both a pleasure and a neceoeity.
As yon shop for your new Fall clothes, give thanks not only
far their beauty and warmth, hut for the advertisements that
•rw your sure guides to good values. In thli paper you will find
each day the news of fashion, of price, of place* to buy. Turn
these pages at leisure, shopping as you read. Make your eelec-
Bane of the things you need at the price* you can afford to pay,
and yen win be well ind durably and economically clothed
agaiait the rigora of the eeuring weather.
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