The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 152, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1934 Page: 3 of 6
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EL RENO TOK.) DAILY TRIBUNE
ly W. M. S. Circlel
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Crease Breuer, 801 South Rock Is-
Bettie Scott, 309 East Wade
piss Opal Siler presided over the
llntss session and was re-elected
Lld.nt. Others elected were:
|iss Scott, vice-president.
|lss Essie VanWagoner, record-
Its. Mary Moss, corresponding
P. R. Johnson, treasurer.
C. A. Richards, sponsor,
he Mission study program was
pn from the Baptist Messenger
Miss Olen Evelyn McCarty as
Her, while Mrs. Richards gav< a
indld talk on "State Missions”.
| Miss Ruth Hughes was a visitor
njoy the session with ten mem-
Meeting in two weeks will be
Mrs. Leonard Snodgrass, 401
* * *
was to honor their daughter.! Mrs. M. B.
Earl Stevenson, and Mr. Stev- | avenue
C. D. A. Regular monthly mee-
lng at the K. C. hall.
T. M. T. Club. Hostess, Mrs. Ella
Patterson, north of the city.
Unity Club. Hastes. Mrs. Otis
Anderson, 618 South Barker avenue.
Order of Rainbow for Olrls. Regu-
lar meeting in the Masonic Temple.
Two Hour Bridge Club. Hostess,
Mrs. M. J. Gallagher, of Fort Reno.
Eight of Hearts Club. Hostess,
Mrs. Essie Bell, 306 North Evans
While Away An Hour Club. Hos-
tess, Mrs. Bob Archer, 617 South
R. I. 8. Club. Hostess, Mrs. Thos.
A Harris, 130S Sunset Drive
1 o D. D. Bridge Club Hosts, Mr.
i and Mrs. John Flke. 108 South Rock
! Island avenue.
Sterling Thimble Club. Hostess,
Cope, 634 South Ellison
B. P. 0. L BRIDGE
Woitianlcss Wedding Fea-
tured At Elks Home
By E. V. SHEPARD
FAMOUI MOM ItACHU
whose marriage was a recent
fat, that Mr. and Mrs. Jlarl De-1 Royal Neighbor society. Hostess,
Kg, of Fair Addition, entertained j Mrs. Dave Ryan, 2200 Sunset Drive.
Lrday evening at a miscellaneous ^orkot^the IrirsHPrae-
nong the thirty-five guests pres-! byterlan church:
] were friends from Yukon, Calu- - Division one. Hostess, Mrs. Dora
I, El Reno and vicinity. i Stone, 320 North Barker avenue,
pink and white color note was Division two. Hostess, Mrs. L. M.
- ...........Tucker. 214 West London street.
Division three. Hostess. Mrs. Har-
lames and contests were featured Division four. Will meet for a
■ entertainment, after which the 0:30 o'clock dinner at the church.
Korees displayed their many love- B. P. O. E. Bridge club. Hostesses
lifts for admlratiori. Mrs. Ted Torpey and Mrs. Albert
. , # * * | Lee Morrison.
ITHDAY HONORED Episcopal Guild. Regular meet-
rs. Henry Keith. 235 North Fas- lng at the Parish house,
lavenue, entertained from 2:30 to A. B. C. club. Hostess, Mrs. Har-
Iclock Saturday afternoon with a ry Hoyt, 711 South Barker avenue.
party honoring the fifth S. B. A. Installation by the Ok-
llversary of her little daughter, lahoma City council officers In the
jby Jo I> O. O. F. hall,
luests included Beverly Anti We- Wednesday Players. Hostess, Mrs
(ka. Bonnie and Billy Frosch. Kenneth Kalbfleisch, 312 East Wade
pl|CCotty.*Velda^homason?Bar- ^Central M. E. Missionary Society.|^^^"'^^^^art.jpc bride's
Jean and Baby Joyce Tillman. Monthly business session at 2:30 p.
Ira Jo Morgan. Bobby Franks, m. In the church parlor.
and Patsv Butts, Betty,Lou First M. E. General Aid Society.
■th October meeting at 2:30 p. m. in the
lonald 8ickler. Stanley Frosch, church parlor
I1* Wheeler, Arthur Morgan. Dar- Hapast rw. tj^‘church par-1 ve)1 wa* attachpd 10 a P®arl bandeau
[Godfrey and Mansell Keith. ng at 2.30 p. m. in the churcn par ^ carr(ed # co,onlal i^et
lames and con ests were featured lor l* rn8es. All other accessories were
" entertainment, while an lm- Mu Gamma Chi ciuo. Hostess, ..
nptu program included: MLss ChrLstine Lorenzcn. north of <vJJ}|t^0(||e|B mad(, up the shower
olo, "Lazy Bones , Lauru Jo Mor- the city. bcuqueis of the bridesmaids, while
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he white birthday cuke which riett Stackpole assisting. j bandeaus or hair ribbons,
ered the dining table was adorn- Friday Bridge club. Hostess, Mrs. I , wns cntove<j following
|wlth "Happy Birthday Bobby" in Fred Arnold. 518 8outh Barker avc-1 thc c"r(.mony ^|th Art Colllngs and
dbi.,,I(ii. * orchestra iurnlshlng music for the
ployed in the decorations, details
he shower and appoint ments of
lellclous lunch served at a late
Gayest of the fall social events
was the “Womanless Wedding"
featured Monday evening at the Elks
home by the B. P. O. E. Bridge
club when a china ware and silver
shower was held to supply the ladles’
kitchen of the home.
It was a huge success socially with
rounds of merriment created when
the bridal party made Its appear-
ance and throughout the wedding
ceremony, while a lovely array of
dishes and silver ware was collect-
ed as admittance at the door.
Mrs. Albert Lee Morrison, presi-
dent of the club and Mrs. Ted Tor-
pey, secretary, were In charge of ar-
rangements for the event, while
George McLean, exalted ruler of the
Elks, served a announcer for the
Preceding the nuptial service Miss
Lorraine Filkens and Jack DeAt-
ley, Jr., were featured in an exhi-
bition waltz, while Clemens Oriel,
In a lovely lace frock and close
fitting turban of silver, sang "Oh
Promise Me" and “I Love You
Mrs. Opal Shackelford served as
pianist for the numbers and pre-
sided at the organ for entrance of
the bridal party, which formed on
the balcony and marched down the
stairway and appeared as follows:
A NICE POINT TO CONSIDER
UNTIL ALL ordinary featuru of
bidding and playing becomo almost
automatic, followoro of contract do
not approolato tho many nleo potato
which continually require particular
thought. Tho doal today wall lllui-
tratea a polot which will bo now to
tbo groat majority of playora It I*
a point which frequently should bo
wolghod bofort deciding upon tho
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Bridesmaids — Joe Doyle, Corder
Harry Alfrey, of Kansas City, Mo., L.
A. Schumard, Henry Satterwhite,
Dr. V. P. Cavanaugh and V. R.
Maid of honor, Hans Paulsen;
matron-of -honor, Glen Skinner;
flower girls, Errett Bates and Bill
Schulte; ring bearer. L. O. Higgins;
the bride, Eddy Ruble, who entered
on the arm of her father, Edward
R. Slattery, with Robert M. Mal-
lonce as train bearer.
They were met at the improvised
altar by the groom. Avant Taylor;
best man, Dr. B. E. Carder; and
t. Rinehart. Thc b
! mother, Ted Torpey, who was the
first to make an appearance, put
on a sob act as her daughter neared
Thc bride wore a white satin
Baptist *W. M. S. General meet- i hock with white accessories. Her
Bidding went: South,
North, 2-No Trump*. to
ovtnly divided hand of considerably
greater strength than average, that
may more readily go game at no
■trumps than at hearta; South, t-Dla-
moods, to ahow hla second long auit;
North, 4-Hearts, as a two-suiter 'or-
dinarily playa better at ono of part-
ner's long suits than at no trumps;
8outh, 6-Diamonda, showing slam
possibilities. Tho bidding to date
shows North either a single black
Sard or 8 black cards In hla partner's
hand. Trying only for game North
would prefer to play at heutls than
to try to win tho.extra trick re-
quired for gams at tho minor call.
Playing for a slam dummy's extra
trump In diamonds may make a lot
of difference. Wisely North bid I-
Tho opening lead was the K ol
spades. Dummy's Ace' won. Tines
rounds of trumps nulled all opposing
diamonds, leaving dummy with u dia-
mond. East won the first lead of
hearta He ruffed the declarer with
a spada return. Upon declarer’s 2
long hearts dummy let go two small
clubs, being thus able to ruff South's
last club, and giving the declaring
side 6-odd, as South ruffed dummy's
last spade with his last diamond, for
the thirteenth trick played. The
small slam was easy.
Had South had to play the hand
for a small slam at hearts lm would
have encountered two difficulties.
First, he would Itave needed to pull
all dummy’s trumps to pick up the >
hearts held by West. Second, only
one of dummy's clubs could have
been discarded upon the long dia-
mond In the South hand, leaving a
losing club In each hand. Five-odd
was the best which could have been
made In hearts, and North was smart
enough to see that possibility.
Players frequently do not realize
that 4 times ns many games may he
made In major suits as In minor
suits, on account of having to win
an added trick In tho minor suit culls,
but just us many small slams and
grand slams may *e made In minor
os In major suit calls.
WEST WAY IK IS
Social la Held Following
One of the most delightful meet-
ings of thc season for the West Way
club was enjoyed Monday after-
noon at Fort Reno In the home of
Mrs. 8. F. Sullivan, who was assist-
ed lit entertaining by Mrs. H. V.
Mrs.'Ralph Woodard was welcom-
ed Into membership and other bus-
iness was routine, after which a
social was featured.
During a clever contest Mrs. Sul-
livan gave a report of the W. B.
A. history, in which she related
that the organization was founded
October 1. 1892. The contest prize
went to Mrs. T. 8. Phillips.
Then bridge and hearts were fea-
tured for entertainment. High
scorer at bridge was Mrs. M. J. Gal-
lagher, while Mrs. L. A. McCullough
tallied second high. They were pre-
sented lovely favors.
Favor for high score at hearts
went to Mrs. Fred Nanson and Mrs.
Wm, M. Chilton won thc second
high award. A "Mystery Package”
went to Mrs. O. R. Ferguson.
Suggestions of Hallowe'en appear-
ed In all decorations and other de-
tails with a black and orange color
note prevailing. The refreshments
served at the close of the afternoon
repeated the season's note.
Hostess and date or the next meet-
ing will be announced later.
MONDAY NIGHT BUDOI CLUB
Mrs. bnmett Hands, 200 South El-
lison avenue, was hostsss to the
Mondsy Night Bridie elub lest eve-
ning. when Mis. R. L. Stevenson wss
s guest to hold substitute hand.
Orchid end white wss the color
note employed in the detsils of
the games and appointments of a
dainty repast served at a late hour.
Favor for high score at bridge
went to Mrs. John Owens, while
Mrs. Everett McCulley won the sec-
ond high award and travelling prize.
Hostess In a fortnight will be Mrs.
Lee Harvey, 114 South Macomb ave-
e e e
LADIES GOLF CLUB
Pairings for the Ladles Golf club
meeting Wednesday morning have
been announced as follows:
Mrs. Haydn J. Davis and Mrs. V.
Mrs. Cy Evans and Mrs. Sim
Mrs. R. C. Rice. Mrs. Hadley C.
Brown and Mrs. Fred H. Hampton.
Mrs. J. L. Trevathan and Mrs.
Jess W. Haydon.
Mrs. Fred Arnold and Mrs. J. O.
Mrs. Frank O. Harrison and Mrs.
Ed 8. LeVan.
Play will be for low net In both
classes and will be followed with a
* >t« *
SLUMBER PARTY I
Miss Marcia Jane Kelso, 519 South |
Williams avenue, entertained Sat-
urday night with a slumber party.)
Her guests were Misses Sara Ann
Preston, Delores Harrison and El-
A well appointed breakfast was en-
joyed Sunday morning. The host-
ess was assisted In her hospitalities
by her mother, Mrs. Emerson R.
First Meet Held
By Past Matrons
Ptrat monthly meeting of the yeer
for the Past Matrons wm held Mon-
day evening, when Mrs. George Mil-
ler delightfully entertained at her
home, 729 South Mllea avenue.
Eleven members were present to
enjoy the Initial session. The pres-
ident, Mrs. George Bell, preaided
over the business session, during
which plana were dlacuaeed for the
annual Christmas party, which will
be held the first Monday of De-
cember with a turkey dinner fea-
Needle work was the diversion the
remainder of the evening and at a
late hour the hosteas served delicious
refreshments. Roses made up the
floral bouquets about the rooms.
Hostess for the November meeting
will be announced at a later date.
Phone Classified Ads to 18.
in Fred Arnold. 518 South Barker avc-'
Delicious refreshments were nuc.
L. A. to B. of R. T.
ie honorce was the recipient of m,.,.ung in thc Trainmen's hall,
jy beautiful remembrances which Bon temps club. Hostess. Mrs., «> o r
e displayed for admiration. Mro. 'Phll Connors. 119 North Barker1 \ covered dish luncheon will be
Ith wJi.wS1*U'^1iLhPr h°^Pi»nI" av*nuo. featured by the W. R. C. at I o'clcok
by Mrs. Harold Tenn.v and Mrs. j gubdeba club. Hostess. Miss Be- prKjBV preceding the regular afier-
Honoring the birthday annivers-
aries of their husbands Mrs. Ben
Boggess and Mrs. Albert Heckes en-
tertained Sunday with a prettily ap-
pointed I o'clock dinner at the lat-
ter's home, 806 North Choctaw ave-
Those to enjoy the courtesy with
the honorees and hostesses were
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kilo, of Ad-
kins, Arkansas, Mr. and Mrs. Law-
erence Chappell and daughters, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Rinderhagen.
Messrs. Boggess and Heckes were
wished many happy returns of the
day during the afternoon, which
was spent Informally.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Thomason, of
Richland, entertained with a well
appointed 12 o'clock dinner Sunday,
when their guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Dodson and
son. Monte, or Oklahoma City. Mrs.
Ebble Bumgartener, of Houston,
Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stone and
Newt Winkle, of Piedmont. Mr. and
Mrs. Alva Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. W
Gossett and son. John, and Mrs.
Ellen Thomason, of Edmond.
BOOSTER S. S. CLASS
Members of the Booster Sunday
school class of the Christian church
will feature their monthly business
and social meeting at 7:30 o'clock
this evening at the church. All
members are urged to be present.
* * *
Initial meeting of the fall season
for the Athenaeum club was held
Monday afternoon in the form of
a covered dish luncheon at 1 o'clock.
Mrs. John L. Funk was hostess
for the event, which was enjoyed
at the El Reno Rod and Gun club,
northeast of the city. Meeting in
two weeks will be with the presi-
dent. Mrs. Don Allison, 720 South
PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS
You needn’t pay
much to have the
Last Time Tonight
IS BANK NIGHT
Last Time Tonight
IS BANK NIGHT
IS BANK NIGHT
Adm. 10-25c plus tax
noon session at the I. O. O. F.
hall. All members and Comrades
are Invited to attend.
* # *
Mrs. Don SloHn Burton, of Okla-1
I'hile Motoring, With Thin
The biggest value in a
car radio nn today a
market. Fine reccp*
tion, superb tone and
remarkable power. It
out • performa many
other radios selling
at much higher prices.
airice Dotermun. southeast ol the
W. R. C. Covered dish luncheon
and afternoon session at the I. O.
O. F. hall.
Trea Mesa Bridge club. Hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevenson, 828 |,nma City, was thc supper guest
South Eillson avenue. Sunday evening ol Mr. end Mrs.:
Triple Three club. Hostess, Miss (Art Sawalllsch. 703 South Bickford,
Mary Sue Oarnrr, 708 South Hoff avenue,
avenue. 1 * * *
Baptist W. M. S. Dial rict meet- 7 O’CLOCK DINNER
Inn at Yukon, which will be an all- Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard MorrU
day session. and their house guest*. Mr and
Mrs. W. J. Morris, of Denver. Col-1
LUNCHEON BRIDGE I orado. were entertained at a 7 o'clock j
Mrs Maude Williams and Mrs. dinner Monday evening In the Okla-
Charles M. Standard entertained hnmu University elub. Oklahoma
Monday with the seeond of a series j city, by Mr. «nd Mrs. Ryan H. Mor-
of lunrheon-brtdge purtlea at their ris.
home. 420 South Macomb avenue. * * *
Out-of-town guests among those SUFFER GUESTS l
entertained at four tables were Mrs. Supper guests Sunday evening of
Theednrc Crawford, of Topeka. Kan- Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Aahbrook and
sas, Mrs. Frank H. Loosen and Mrs.. daughter. Mlaa Mary. 51# South Hoff |
Chnrlea Wright, of Okarrhe. avenue, were Mr. and Mr*. Bay-
Autumn flowera were used in pro- mend Tolbert, of Oklahoma City.
1 union about the rooms to form a * * *
' KAFFA ALPHA THETA
Aahbrook. 419 South
lovely aciting for the event, while
bouquet* or the blooms were used to
renter the quartet boards.
Favor for high score at bridge
went to Mrs. Frank O. Harriaon.
' while Mrs. James E. Kelso received
the cut prise.
* • *
Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Keith. 228
North Foster avenue, entertained in-
lormally Saturday evening honoring
i heir Ruesta, Mr. and Mra. Edgar
Mines, of Blnger.
Pinochle was the diversion ol the
evening, at the close of which dainty
refreshment* were served.
Oueata other than the honorees
were Ml* Lillian Sparks and Prank
Spark*, of Oklahoma City, Mn.
Helen MrUughlln. of Enid. Bill
Muir, ol Mustang. Ortn McOowan.
Ivan Hines, Mr. and Mra. WUlte ON.
nil of Blnger.
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Oodfrey and
eon. Damll. Mr. and Mra. Howard
Turner. Mr. and Mra. Bud Keith and
son, Billie. Mr. and Mia. Hap
Ainsworth, Bryant Olover and Altte
John U Funk. 760 South Hoff
venue, transacted business in Dun-
Mlaa Mary _________
Hoff avenue, attended the l o’clock
luncheon and business meeting of
I he Kappa Alpha Theta alumnae
held Monda« in the home of Mra
Tom Lowery. Oklanoma City.
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RIGHT WEE MAIDEN*
MIm Eleanor Davis. 612 South
Rock Island avenue, entertained
Saturday afternoon at the Initial
meeting of the fill season lor the
light Wee Maidens club.
MIm Marcia Jane Kelso waa the
only gueot other than members. A
matinee line party was featured and
a delirious Ice comae waa enjoyed
at the home of the hoatas follow-
'^rtenftowera were used for dec-
crattona about the rooms and on the
table* Hostess for the meet In two
weeks will he announced later.
BMTBRTAIN* AT DINNER
Mr. and Mia. H. L. Fogg.
South Hoff avenue, will entertain at
dinner Tueedey evenlng hcoortm;
Mr. and Mra. F Howard Morris and
their home guest*. Mr. and Mra.
W. 4. Mont*, of Denver. Ootorado.
m supply io
IM Nii tffckffri
Cash end Carry
Pants Cleaned and
EVANS Mi BUS
HOW CAN I?
can I relieve a tan
bod M far an
water, toimm and
New can t
dm win to
a toltor flavor?
So round, so firm, so fully paeked-
Luckies are made of only the clean cen-
ter leaves-these are the mildeet leaves
—they cost more—they taste better.
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