The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 42, No. 298, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1934 Page: 3 of 6
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lonors L. Bennett
[ft was to honor the birthday
huversary of her husband that
Vs. Lacey Bennett, 217 North K
lenue, entertained with a card
Iriy as a surprise courtesy Wed-
| 'day evening.
Knvited guests were Mr. and Mrs.
fias. B. Tye, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
j'ller. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Big-
frl. Mr. and Mrs. Earl K. Yost,
1">. Laura Peterman, Mrs. Jes-
Bowman and Bonner Wolfe,
lit was a Vlentine party and
ggestions of the day appeared in
the appointments with a red
Id white color note observed.
[Bridge, pitch and bunco were
D. A. R. A brief business ses-
sion will be held at the home of
Mrs. C. R. Miller, 111 South Ma-
comb avenue, following the “World
Prayer" program to be featured
by all Missionary societies of the
city at the Central M. E. church.
Women's Relief Corps. Regular
meeting and patriotic program hon-
oring birthday anniversaries of
Washington and Lincoln at the
I. O. O. P. hall.
L. A. to B. of R. T.
Vows Are Read in We-
woka, February 3
WRITTEN FOR CENTRAL PRESS
By E. V. SHEPARD
FAMOUS BRIDGE TEACHER
Coming as a complete surprise j
to their- host of friends is the
announcement of the marriage of
Miss Margaret Allen and Wetzel
Welden which was solemnized at
5:45 o’clock Saturday evening,
February 3, at Wewoka.
The vows were read by Reverend
Regular Nanney, pastor of the First Bap-
meeting in the Trainmen’s hall. tist church, at his parsonage.
Bon Temps Club. Hostess. Mrs The bride, charming daughter of
P L. Peacher, 718 South Williams Mr. and Mrs. R W. Thom, 200
avenue. South Williams avenue, was lovely!
El Reno Golf and Country club, in a black moss crepe frock with
WHO LOST GAME?
A FT KM SOUTH bad failed to go
-ante, an argument arose between
that player and his partner concern-
ing the bidding, ns game could have
been made easily at another call
Who was to blame for the slip?
I A 1 6 3
V K Q 10 0 4
4 0 2
+ 8 6
itured for entertainment Bridee “* IVC“U 'JU1‘ i,,lu v*>uniry ciuo. *“ •> omen. muro uicpc auu win
•* SIS. i •sr.if-r* s* £? *_?t "s «
blfe. while Mrs. Peterman
| don and Mr. and Mrs. Fred E uated with the class of '24 from
L. . Gay Time Bridge Club. Hosts, literary society for girls, and of
| Hie hostess was assisted by her j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moring, 211! the dramatic society.
Mrs. Welden attended the Okla-
went: South. 1-Cluh;
1-Heart; Mast, 2-Diamond*:
played the Ace, then led back Ilia 10
Tlie declarer covered with his J
West's y won, and lie returned the !>
of diamonds, giving South his ttrsi
.trick, hut leaving Mast w-ith two long
diamonds and two slops to hearts.
South saw no way of going game
unless he could win at least two
heart tricks, two club tricks and fout
spade tricks, in addition to the single <
diamond trick which lie already had
To win two tieurt tricks a tinesse I
the 9 had to foice the Ace from
East. No game was possible if Mast
held both tho missing Ace and J ol
hearts. The declarer lei] his only
heart ami finessed ttie 9 Mast's J
won. That player took Ills two dia-
mond trieks, giving his side the
tricks, will) another trick still due
for the Ace of hearts, putting down
the contract two tricks undoubted
South could have escaped with a loss
of one-down, by playing dummy's 1}
of hearts, which would have enabled
him finally to win four spade tricks.
Election is Featured At
BY ROBERTA LEE
Q. Is It good manners to breuk
bread into one's soup?
A. It is not.
Q. Is it proper to repeat the
name of a person who has Just
been introduced to you?
A. Yes, if the name is heard dis-
tinctly: If not clearly understood,
merely say, "How do you do"?
Q. Is there anyone who should
be the first to receive news of n
A. The relatives of the bride
and the groom should be the first
to receive the news, then the
Lther, Mrs. Eva Wolfe, in serving I West Jenkins street.
Souih,' 2-No Tin in pi: North, l-No 1dub tricks, a single diamond and
[inty refreshments at a late hour. I
* ♦ *
\nother social courtesy to Mrs.
[irl E. Humphrey, of Minneapolis,
linn., was given Wednesday when
jrs. Harry C. Bradford and Mrs.
led E. Percy entertained at a
jettUy appointed 1 o'clock lunch-
|n and afternoon of contract In
former's home. 800 South Hoff
[Red and White carnations and
Tectpeas made up the floral bou-
l "ts about the rooms and to cen-
the seven tables.
Jut-of-town guests other than
honoree were Miss Helen
|ntth. of Chicago, and Mrs. Har-
C. Cressman, of Oklahoma City.
■Favor for high score went to
f's James M. Blair and Mrs. Jo-
Bih M, Rector, Jr., received the _____
tend high award. A lovely gift leader
■is presented the guest of honor.
* * *
SATURDAY homa College for Women, at Chick-
Queen of Clubs. Hostess. Mrs R nsha- lwo vcars and was a member
W. Thom. 200 South Williams ave- of “Q" club lhere- shp laler stu'
nue. died at the Central State Teachers
Saturday Night Bridge Club tolle«e ln Edmond. After teaching
Trumps, holding tlie contract.
Had Went led his partner's suit
In the old-fashioned manner—the
highest card lie held In diamonds—
South would have had lwo slops to
the adverse suit, as he exiieded. and
he would hove won two club tricks,
two diamond tricks, four spade
tricks and one heart trick. But
West knew that lie should lead a low-
diamond, so as to hold back of the
declarer pan ot the strength In
Hosts, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Maher at lhe Banner school five years she
4J2 South Foster avenue became a member of the Webster
Junior Study Club Regular meet- sfho°1 faculty here as Instructor ln
ing at 2 p. m. in the juvenile de- the second Bradp lasl fal1 and ex'
partment of the Carnegie library lo continue in that capacity.
Cinderella Club. Hostess Miss 8he ls President of Trianon club
Betty Lee Fields, 606 South Ms- and a member of Wednesday Play-
comb avenue. ers.
Athenaeum Club. Hostess. Mrs.
G W. Taylor. 203 South Macomb
Monday Contract Players. Host-
ess. Mrs. Bert McDermott, 306
North Rock Island avenue.
El Reno Study Club. Hostess. £V.*““
Mrs. Ouv Lanman. 520 South Had- j. ...... .... „
ften avenue with uk i r n,ld Acacia, social fraternity, while Bert McDermott, Mrs. Roy
acn avenue, with Mis. J. L. Carter m, o_____
[single heiirl trick. As South was not
vulnerable the attempt to go game,
instead of deliberately going down a
single trick, was legitimate.
Five-odd can be made at spades;
that muke lasing only to the two red
Accs. Had 1, sal in North's place t
would huve bid S-Hpude* over
Bout It s 2-No Trumps, knowing that
a tno-sultcd hand seldom pla>s well
al no trumps. North cannot go
game al hearts, as he cannot stand
being twice rulTed, as that will pul
the long heart in the Must band.
Officers for the new year were
chosen at the morning meeting “engagement?
I featured Wednesday by the Dam- marna*e en8a8ement?
rosch Music club at a strictly busi-
ness session held in lhe home of
Mrs. Ernest Ewing. 718 South Ma-
i comb avenue.
J Those elected were Mrs. E. A.
Mrs. Jos. H. Patton, vice-presi-
Mrs. C A. Richards, secretary.
Miss Helen Flanigan, treasurer.
Mrs. E. T. Powell, press reporter.
Mrs. Younghelm. librarian.
Mrs. Richards. Mrs. Kepler Jhon-
son and Miss Flanigan, program
Tlie meeting in two weeks will
be with Mrs W J. Aycock, 719
8outh Hoff avenue, when the pro-
gram will be on "Grand Opera."
* # He
W. C. T. U.
lesson on "Expressive
A. B. C. Club Hostess, Mrs.
Homer Richardson. 638 South Miles
Booster Class of Christian S. 8
in the basement of the church.
* * *
West led the 3 of diamonds. Mast
Mr. Welden. son of Mr. and Mrs.---------------
C. E. Welden. 1001 West Wade
street, was graduated from the 1NITY C'Ll'B
local hlghschool with the class of An evening parlv was enjoyed
20 and attended the Oklahoma Wednesday by members of the Abraham Lincoln and Frances E.
University, at Norman, where he Unity club at the home of Mrs Willard was featured Tuesday af-
recelved his LL.D. degree. He was Harry Morris, 211 North Barker ternoon at the meeting of the W.
affiliated with the Phi Alpha avenue, who had as additional C. T. U. in the home of Mrs. W.
honorary legal fraternity, 6uests Mrs. R. W. Thom, Mrs c Patten, 116 South Hoff avenue.
Nob- with Mrs. C. R. Miller, president,
at the institution. lltt, Mrs. Sam Wallace. Mrs. Han- presiding
|TTLE WOMEN'S CLUB
liss Elizabeth Cox. 1115 8oulh
|uker avenue, entertained the Llt-
Women's club Wednesday af-
t-noon. Following the business
Mon games were featured, in
Rich prices were awarded Mi m s I O'CLOCK DINNER
l-len Phelps, Jerry Mae Kelso and
|Valenttne colors were carried out
the dainty lunch served at the
re of the meeting. Miss Mary Mar-
ket Phelps was an additional
The meeting was opened with
the son "America" and Mrs. Miller
gave "Lincoln's Birthday Prayer"
lor invocation. Business was rou-
D. Y. W Y. K. CLUB
Mrs. E. D. Mark was the only
additional guest at the meeting of
the D Y. W. Y K. club Wednes-
day afternoon, when her mother,
Mrs. George Lovell, 1116 South Ma-
comb avenue, was hostess.
Mrs. Carl Mcrveldt was In charge
of the business session. Following
the needle wofk hour a clever con-
test was featured. In which Mrs.
J. H. Graves was the fortunate
contestant to receive a prize.
It was the birthday anniversary
of Mrs. Graves, who was honored
with a shower. She received many
lovely gifts which were displayed
Decorations and other details
Honored at Party
Tlie seventy-fifth birthday anni-
versary of Mrs. Lula Scott was
honored Wednesday when her
daughter. Mrs. H. Merle Woods, 516
South Ellison avenue entertained
with a spend-the-day party.
Eight intimate friends of the
honoree enjoyed tlie courtesy with
her. The time was spend remin-
iscing since all have been long-time
residents of the city.
A well appointed luncheon was
served at 1 o'clock. Valentine sug-
gestions appeared in the decora-
tions and appointments.
The hostess was assisted ln the
hospitalities by her aunt, Mrs.
* * *
Members of the Home and Child
Study club entertained Wednesday
evening with a Valentine dinner
for their husbands and a few addi-
tional guests at the home of Mrs.
A. H. Slurdevant, 519 East Wade
The guests other than husbands
were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wrinkle,
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Klnkade and
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Brown.
Red and white sweetpeas made
up the floral bouquets about the
looms and adorned the tables,
which were also decorated with
ted tapers in silver holders tied
with white tulle fluffs.
Candles were used ln profusion
about the rooms and furnished
light for the well appointed 7
o'clock dinner. Merry little "Jin-
gles" were read about each other
Following the dinner an open
forum was led by Mr. Wrinkle on
“Present Crisis in Education" and
"Some Community Problems.”
Meeting of the club February 28
will be with Mrs. Win. Tait, 823
South Reno avenue, with Mrs. C.
E. Mcrveldt ln charge of the les-
hinted St. Valentine's day. Mrs.
Lovell was assisted by her duugh- won
ter in serving delicious refresh- Rpd and w,'ltc
ments. Hostess for Fcburary 28 r‘0,e emploxed in
will be announced later.
* * *
Mrs. Lena A Boorstna. south of
the city, entertained as 1 o'clock
Mrs'* E A'c'ollins11 nnd* Miss Peggy Pr*?.ay ^nlng ha* been postponed
Prior to becoming assistant coun- nah Condultt and Mrs. Harry Brud-
ty attorney a year ago he was as-1 ly.
sociated with the M. D. Libby law Mrs. O. E. Spencer won the
llrm two years. club favor for high score and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Welden are estab- Wallace received the guest prize, I tine.
830 South while Mrs. C. A. Jones won the Mrs. C. T. Pavy conducted the
| traveling prize. ____________ ________ . _________
fitly? **“5 lowing the games V 1 knowledge, his declaration of prin- d«V morning. February 22. were Fred L Hardison, who will leave
fifth grade boys Sunday school .....clples of living, Lincoln Memorial discussed at the meeting of the March 1 to make her home ln
__The child welfare meeting
devotlonals. Tributes to Lincoln Eoncu City this week-end and
Miss Wilma Noblet enjoyed the
Valentine party for Cubanettes
club with members Wednesday at
tlie home of Miss Twlla Reuter, 705
South Hadden avenue.
All appointments were suggestive
ol the day. Bridge was the di-
version. in which Mis., Excle Rob-
erson iwcthrad the high aeon
award and Miss Lorene Dungan
was the colot
a dainty lunch
served following the games. The
hostess was assisted by her sister.
Miss Evelyn Reuter.
Meeting In a fortnight will be
at with Miss Roberson. 704 South
an Choctaw, avenue,
be * * *
Hose, good Iron
sold for the
rings — no
class of the First Christian church
[Hostess In two weeks will be Miss
Jmclner, 420 South Hoff av.nu-
* * *
L. F. C LUB
[Mrs. John Ross. 1109 .South Rock
fund avenue, was hostess to the
L. F club Wednesday afternoon
lien ten members enjoyed the
■i-iiiess session and needle work
Louis Dean, of Chickasha. Oeorg?
Hall and Ted Powell, of Oklahoma
* * *
until next week.
* * *
Honoring the eleventh birthday
anniversary of her son, Bobby,
Hostess for next Wednesday will
be announced later.
* * *
Mrs W A Duff Vies len Kumtn Mre- Earl R Woodhouse, 1200
and Mr, tr„r,i HiMamLn ,'natt
s s ssa-'A-xs s-tss-ts
Garden club, which was enjoyed „ ... .. .. .
by eight members at the home A large white birthday cake top-
of Mrs. John Ros*. 1109 South **d *lth c evan candlea madp
| of Mrs. J. O. Chamn-s*. 1108 Bun-Iw thc conlral fldornmfnl for the
JA pretty Valentine lunch was1 set Drive, Wednesday evening.
[rved before adjournment to meet Mrs. A. H Cross was in charge
two weeks with Miss Fax Brad-1 ot the discussion on "Seedlings and dining table. It was flanked on
: university, located in tlie heart of
thc Cumberland mountains at Har-
1 rogate, Tenn.. Febniary 12, 1897.
i where many sturdy mountain peo-
I pie like Abraham Lincoln have re-
ceived their education.
Tlie college colors, blue and gray,
symbolize thc reunited country.
„ .. . , . _ The Lincoln Memorial Farm, ln
Q. How can I keep butter fresh. I i,arue county. Kentucky, where
HOW CAN I?
BY ANNE ASHLEY
American Legion auxiliary Wed- Luwton. Mrs. Egon C. von Mer-
nesday evening at Legion hall. xeldt, 510 8outh Williams avenue.
Mrs. J. B. Kelly is chairman of will entertain with a 1 o'clock
the unit's Americanization commit- luncheon-bridge Saturday,
tee and will secure a speaker for Guests will be limited to Inti-
the event. mate friends of the honoree.
Other business was routine. # * *
* * * L. S. TO. B. OF L. F. AND E.
REBEKAll CIRCLE Mrs. J W Myers, of Fair od-
_____ _________________ _____ Nine members of the Rcbckah dltlon. was hostess to the Uidies
A. Wrap each piece of butter ln stands the beautiful Memorial hall Circle met In regular session at Society to the Brotherhood of
a piece of clean muslin and tie: ot Marble, enclosing the log cabin f- O. O. F. hall Wednesday Locomotive Firemen and Engineers
securely. Then park the pieces,,which Lincoln was born, placed | afternoon. Wednesday afternoon.
In a crock of brine that will float j ,herp bv tht. Lincoln farm and They worked on quilt blocks af- It was a strictly business session,
an egg. Weight down with a Memorial association, which pre- ter lhe usual routine business The meeting In two weeks will be
Additional Society on page 4
p. 116 North Admire avenue.
list a few dropa up each
|aatrti. Quickly breath-
fig again becumea clear I
! Transplanting" while Mrs. Cham- either side by red tapers ln crystal
I ness read a paper on George holders.
clean stone, being sure that the
butter Is well covered with brine.
Q How ran I relieve a child's
tented the Lincoln homestead to-1 Npxl
gether with $50,000.00 endowment -8
fund, to thc American government
as a National park for the free use
meeting will be
February with Mrs. H. W Hart,
Huildinjr and Loan
103'/* N. Bickford
El Reno Phone 377
A. Try applying a liniment of two ol the public, was discussed. Mrs.
Stripes and dark col-
Fast Color Prints and
Broadcloth — HO sq.,
25c value. | n
All for I IC
Hi»ch price material.
30 in. 1 r*
Men’s Work Pants—
Blue and nr
Washington and Mt. Vernon Place Seated with the honoree were pxi't* ot sweet oil mixed with one Miller gave a short sketch of thc
I of the meeting ln two weeks was Jimmy Canon. Hubert Marsh. Billy Part of spirits of hartshorn. , life of Lincoln.
. not announced Bishop, Boyd Wilson, Jr.. Jimmy Q. What kind and color of apron To begin the Frances E. Willard
* *» * Blair, Max Rogers, Buddy Fox. material is preferable? program the song "Oh Master Let
i STEAK FRY Raymond Wagner, Jack Evans. A. When buying material for Me Walk With Thee" was featured.
Members of Alpha Psl chapter Sammy 8hackelford and Chas. house dresses, buy enough to make Mrs. Alice Boon read a paper on
; of Kappa Alpha Phi enjoyed a Blake, aprons Tlie aprons will look much Reminiscences of Frances E. Wll-
| steak fry at the home of George Mrs Woodhouse was assisted In neater and are in better taste than lard s childhood,
, Leighton, near Calumet, Wednesday her hospitalities by Mrs Chas if made of some other color or Mrs. 8treeler read the poem "To
IwlM O. Canon and Mrs. C. H Slier. pattern. Praacfla E. Willard" and Rave a
talk on thc "Secret of her In-
fluence." Mrs. John I .annum gave
a very Interesting talk on the
formation of the W. C. T. U. In
1873, the connection of Frances E.
Willard with it and through this
organization her wonderful world
wide work ln behalf of humanity.
Mrs. Miller read a paper prepared
by Mrs. J. F. Allison on "The
lout Years of Use life of Miss
Tho meeting February 27 will be
with Mrs. Frank Kraft. 802 South
Rock Island avenue, with a George
Washington program will be fea-
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ed Hose— £A
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Men’s Dress Shirts
Mens Felt HATS
All sixes and colors.
New Spring Styles in ,1
Ladies' Pumps and Ox- |i
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Rumps and Oxfords
Men's, Ladies’ and
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North ot Woolworth
A trio of additional guests to
hold substitute hands in tin- Riimes
i miitruct when Wednesday Play-
ers met lust evening with Mrs
Paul Moon. 311 East Hayes street
included Miss Vivienne Smith. Mrs
A Ward Welden and Mrs. Pauli
Mrs. Richard Walker won the <
dub award for high score and
Miss Smith received Die guest
prize. Thc lattet and Mis* Helen
Moon assisted the hostess In serving
a dainty him li
II dentiod to feature n
rove red dish dinner Monday evenlnc
at the home of Mr*. Miileom E
Phelps. 803 South Hoff avenue,
when husbands will bo sperlal
Hostess next Wednesday evening
will be Mrs. Kenneth Kalbflelsch.
312 East Wade street.
* * *
Mrs. John W Lanman. 319 South
Admire avenue, entertained Wed-
nesday afternoon with a Valentine
party for her son, Warren lee.
Tla’ rooms were decorated with
hearts and streamera, while var-
ious Valentine games and contest*
were leatured for entertainment.
Red streamers were festooned
Irom tlie rhandeller above the din- j
ing table, which was centered with
a silver king fern and red butter-
llles. flanked on cither side by
led candles In stiver holders, tied
with red tulle fluffs.
Places were marked by candy!
dolls dresNcd ns ruplds. which j
served ns favor* for the following i
Doris Jean Fllkln*. Bonnie Lesl
Curry, Elwands Bowman. Madeline
Pitta, Helen Baker. Marilyn and
Burdette Weldman. Hetty Jean
Jackson, Ruth Ellen latnman. Bet-
ty Moore, Oene Hall. Bob Hamp-
ton. John Wesley Lanman. Jean
Breaux Dan Dnrlty P Cl Hnrth 1
George Bvanaa and Richard lemon 1
The red and white color note and
Valentine Idrn was carried out In
dainty refreshments served at the ]
close of the afternoon. Tho host-1
raa waa assisted in Die hospitalities;
by her nltoe, Mias Margaret Un-
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New Spring Coats follow the latest
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that lend themselves nicely to the
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