The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 269, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 13, 1937 Page: 3 of 6
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1937
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
j. A. RINEHART IS
AT EAGLES HALL
Farewell Courtesy Hon-
ors Mrs. Dan McIntyre
It was to honor Mrs. Dan Mc-
Q What Is considered the very
best excuse to give when declining
an Invitation that one does not
care to accept?
A. An earlier engagement for
that dav or evening is probably
the best excuse.
Q When giving a dinner, should, _ M„TIvr
the host or hostess be sure to in- VI PONE MEETING
troduce a man to his dinner part-1 J***1)"* ?f Wednesday
--------- . . -- — — ---—------ —-- — [Scheduled for Thursday
Nazarene Missionary society. Intyre, a most active member of [ . „ . „ ! has h*en nosLnoncri to
Hostess at all day meeting and long standing in the Woman's Ben-1 A ^es; and ^ possible, one
By ROBERTA LEE
Mrs. P. B. Myers announced to-
day that her associate hosts for
the dessert party of the El Reno
Golf and Country club Friday
Given Mrs. Keith
night will be Mr. and Mrs. J. L. . *» a >c0“rtes,y *®
Trevathan and Mr and Mrs Fred * ho has resigned as
H Hampton. Mrs. Myers is chair- ty 1 clerks, °|fl.ce'
ladles of the court house entertain-
man for January activities of the
* * *
ed Monday evening with a well
appointed 7 o'clock dinner at the
home of Mrs. H B Wilson, 414
South Choctaw avenue
Players Those who enjoyed the event
evening ! witli the honoree and her daugh-
Jan. 21 ted. Miss Dorolh Keith, were Mrs.
ni an uo.v nircuns m«i luu* siauuuiK hi me wumaii s urn- j . ----- Miss Pauline Wclricn cm Frances Piatt Mrs
covered dish luncheon. Mrs. O. N.. efit association, who will depart i South Ellison avenue, will be hos- Laird. Mrs. Richard Mathews, Mrs.
al Women Meet
Senator James A. Rinehart was
guest speaker at the regular meet-
ing of the Business and Profes-
sional Women's club held Tuesday
evening in the club rooms with 60
members and 10 guests in at-
Hostesses for the 6:30 dinner of
lovelv appointments were Misses
Josephine Hodnett and Audrey
Gates, who were assisted in their
hospitalities by Misses Harvey
Thompson and Adah Smith.
Tile tables were attractive witli
a clergyman enters the room?
A. It is optional, but it is a
nice way to show special defer-
Business and Profession- oitnen*. «4 south Bickford ave- soon wcinty^to make « C0^eerw°rnofWhhi°mis * *“!*•“
Peggy Ann Sewing club. Hostess, members entertained Tuesday. Jan. ^ Should a woman rise when
Mrs. dus Wiley, southwest of Cal- 12. with a luncheon ol lovely ap-
urnet pointments at Eagles hall with an
Altar society divisions will meet I unu-sually large attendance,
as follows- Bouquets ol seasonal flowers were
One. Hostess. Mrs. James Walch. used on the lables to add color
111! Sunset drive Ilhe Immediately after the
_ „ , ’ _ . bountiful luncheon members as-
Two Hostess. Mrs. R N Dul- th«.ir ivmilar hll.ln.ee
mage. 1120 South Hoff avenue.
Three. Hostess. Mrs Mark Deady,
421 South Barker avenue.
Four Hostess. Mrs. Leo P. Jac-
quot, 907 South Ellison avenue,
with Mrs. Frank Brown assisting.
sembled for their regular business
session, which was presided over
by the president. Mrs. John E.
sis H: *
MEET IS DEFERRED
Penwrlght club members are no-
I til led that their meeting announced
W. C. T. U. MEETS
WITH UNION PRESIDENT
Meeting of the W. C. T U. was
held Tuesday afternoon in the
home of the president. Mrs. O. N.
Glthens. 612 South Bickford ave-
nue. who presided over routine
Action was taken on the "Senate
Concurrent Resolution No. 2,”
which goes before the legislature
Dorothy lorenzen. Miss Marie
Courtney. Miss Elizabeth Byrns.
Miss Ima Pennybaker. Miss Lois
Mackey. Miss Glen Evelyn McCarty
and Miss Marybell Kelly.
Following the well appointed din-
Mrs. Nora Henderson. 114 East
Rogers street, has accepted a
position at the Ritz cafe.
Wooden Covered Bible
400 Years Old Owned
F. B. Patterson. 404 South Ma-
comb avenue, is reported greatly
improved from a weeks illness.
Mrs. T. Perdue. East Watts
street, is spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jen-
sen, south of El Reno.
BENTON. Wls.. Jan. 13—(U.PJ—A
German Lutheran Bible 402 years
old is owned by Quince Randecker,
The Bible weighs 13 pounds, has
1.200 pages, and is bound with
wooden covers. It was brought to
America by George Beck. Galena,
111., a cousin of Randecker
Daily Tribune classified ads gwi
julck results. Phone 1*
tor Thursday night, has been do- ner they repaired to the home of
ferred until Jan. 21 when Mr. and Muss Courtney. 319 East Wade
Mrs. William Penwrlght will en- street, for an informal social hour.
Certain at their home in Calumet. Miss Kelly made the presentation
- of the group's gift to Mrs. Keith,
1 which slip displayed with admira-
Mrs. H Worth Vasey served as
installing officer and made the
presentation of the review's lovely
................. Social Order of Beauceant Reg- corsage to the president. She was _______ ____ ______ ___ ___________
gold candles in crystal holders used ular meeting and installation at assisted with the induction by Mrs. today, 'bevotionals were conducted J1 110110 sanitarium where she un
at intervals, while centerpieces > Masonic Temple.
were bouquets of gold and white Royal Neighbors of America In- I a* ladies ol ceremony,
chrysanthemums The place cards stallatlon of officers al I. O. O. F. The elected officers installed in-
were clever hand made clocks hall. eluded:
bearing the inscription "Happy Bid Or Double club Hosts. Mr Mrs. Smith, president; Mrs. Ralph ____ _______ ____ ___
each and Mrs E. R. Barnhart. 501 South Turner, vice president; Mrs. Dona1 Hampton Brooks who gave an in-
New Year." Attached
was a 1937 prophecy or wish for Ellison avenue Hoffman, acting past president;
each, which created rounds of mer- Baptist circle meetings will be as Mrs. Vasey, recording secretary;
Mrs. L A McCullough, treasurer;
Mrs Emil Doeberitz. Chaplain;
Mrs H G Crum, lady of cere-
monies; Mrs William Chilton,
member ol auditing committee.
Those inducted by appointment
of the president were:
Mrs. W R. Mowre. sergeant;
Ray McCormack and Mis. McIntyre j|,v Mrs. E. L. Davis.
Mrs H L. Bryant and Miss Ef-
lie Weaver were welcomed into
membership swelling the enrolment
to 64 Program leader was Mrs.
teresting article on "Drinking
Scenes In Motion Pictures''
Mrs. C R. Miller conducted a
parliamentary drill and the re-
mainder of the afternoon was spent
informally. Hostess Jan 26 will
be Mrs D S Armold. 421 East
Wade street, when program topic
will be Alcohol Education.’’
« * *
Miss Ethel Cantlev. 915 South BON TEMPS CLUB
Rock Island avenue, v,as removed Mi and Mrs Guy Lanman. 520
Wednesday to her home from the South Ellison avenue, entertained
at the postponed meeting of Boil
dervvent a major operation three i Temps dub Tuesday evening, when
weeks ago Miss Cantlev. a member Mr. and Mrs. John Lanman were
ol Central elementary .school facul- ' guests to hold substitute hands in
tj was reported greatly improved, the games of bridge.
Mrs. R. L Buck, northeast of Mrs- E. G Courtney won the
Ei Reno, was released Tuesday from ladies favor lor Vgli score among
Die Catto hospital following a ma- dub members and Wayne Evsley
“They fit you and your budget,
too”.... These New
joi operation Dec. 23
route 7, entered the El Reno sani-
tarium for treatment Tuesday
rlment when read. Similar clocks follows:
, were arranged at vantage points One. Hostess, Mrs. Verne H
on the boards. Relsche. 505 South Ellison avenue
Guests of the club were Mr and Two. Hostess Mrs R A Wat-
Mrs. Rinehart. Mrs. James McCor- kins. 522 South Miles avenue,
mtek. Mrs. P. F Herod. Mrs. R. C. Three Hostess. Mrs H S Cher-
Rice, Mrs Maine Keightlev. Mrs. |ry, 411 South Admire avenue
James Conner. Miss Marian Blake. Pour Hostess at covered dish ....................
Miss Edna Hanti and Miss.Grace luncheon, Mrs C Tavlor, north ol. Mrs. E O Hamilton. Inner hostess; L. A. TO S. U. OF N. A.
Baldwin Ei Reno. Mrs. O R Ferguson, outer hostess; ! MEETS WITH MRS. MOWRE
Mrs A G. Morrison of Okla- Five Hostess Mrs Earl Scar-, Mrs w q Grove captain; Mrs I January meeting of the Ladles
| homa City member of the local left. 709 South Macomb avenue. ' Donald Ahem, musician; Mrs. Doe- auxiliary to the Switchmen's Union Ml-S A W Nettles of Oklahoma
club, was present and new mem- Six. Hostess. Mrs Charles Berry. bpritz „rcss correspondent; Mrs. of North America was held Tues- Clt' was released Tuesday front
1 bers in attendance included Mrs Ccncho j Gallagher color bearer No. idav evening at the home of Mrs ,ll<' Ca,to hospital She had been
Essie Pearce. Mrs LeeOna Board- Nighthawks Bridge club Hosts, ,. Mrs H v Yoweli. color bearer IW R Mowre, 112 South Evans receiving treatment the past 10
man. Mrs Martha Roush Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dillingham. 7091 jj’0 2 Mrs Ernest Hodgkinson I avenue I days
Goidy Mallonec. Mrs. Nell Ritter. South Hadden avenue • co,or j*.arer‘ No 3' Mrf> Ida p i Mrs Albert Houle, president, was Burnest Blakenship ol Bridgeport
Miss Opal Siler. Mias Ann Blaser. O. D. O Quilting club Hostess, j Howard co|or bearer No 4 in charge of routine business, after -' as removed Wednesday to his
Mias Ellen Rice. Miss Adah Smith Mrs Lillie Barrett. 629 South Had- , Mrs „ B w, wa-s n0minat-
I and Miss Olivia Young. den avenue. ed
Mrs Marie Lyons, chairman, and Double X Card club Hosts. Mr.
won the mens award, while travel-
Miss Anna Moran. Oklahoma City in« ',nfe wenl 10 M, v ^ and
a guest prize was presented Mrs.
, Dainty refreshments were served
Mrs. Joy Uteen 01 CKiahonia al a |lour Next regular meet-
Citv was dismissed Tuesday from; tng daiP will be Friday, Jan. 22.
Catto hospital following a lew days' when Mr alld Mrs t^slrv north-
treatment. west of El Reno, will be hosts.
Miss Addie Smith. Weatherford. ___
underwent a major operation Wed-
iu day at the El Reno sanitarium
by the supreme president to
serve another year as financial
At the dose of Die afternoon
N other members of the legislative !,nd Mrs. Ed Todd, northeast of El
I committee which is made up oi Reno.
Mrs J. L Patman. Miss Nauvla Jo J MJ M. c\ub Eveninv party MrIWvre was pleasantly sur-
Coriee. Miss EtU Da e and Miss ^ h£ba^s at home of Mr. and wlth B handkerchief shower.
Farra Kinkade, were in charge of Mrs. Rav Maine. 227 North K ave- ■ ^ recelved many la,autlful re.
f Tlve Chairman introduced Mr Episrr^al Gtuld Regular meet- ! niembrances which she displayed
[ R..chart whose topic for discus- hut at the parish house tor admiration
slon was the National B and P W.l First M E General Aid society I , at ,th*
I theme for January. "Effort to Im- All day meeting with covered dish! w.11,1 }>v ca 1 ed P*OHvptly at 1.30
I prove Worlting Conditions." Among luncheon at the churcli as a return 0 owe< b-' 8
I the thoughts mentioned were Mar- courtesy to Red Rock ladies
I ried women holding Jobs. Women S B A Regular meeting in
I m legislative positions Legislation I O. O F. hall
I needed in Oklahoma to permit 1 Central M E Missionary soeietv
I women to hold major offices. Oc- Covered dish luncheon, program
I cunations that belong to women aud business at the cliurch.
I und others for which women are Division meetings of the Chris- “°°n and entertained at a 1 0-
I not fitted" Ban council will be held at 2:30 1 clock luncheon preceding the
| The club quartet, composed of p. m. as follow's: bridge -dimes at tier home, 811
I Miss Rosa Pierce. Miss Mabel One, Hostess. Mrs Glenn Brown. | *’,ot'th Hofi avenue
I Jones. Miss Marie Courtney and 417 North Evans avenue. 1 Mrs Ed S LeVan was an addi-
Mrs. EJssie Pearce, sang a number Two. Hostess, Miss Iona De--110,181 vu<'sl lo 8<ld interest. High
With Miss Rice at the piano Baum. 802 South Roberts avenue. I M ort* aware, in the games of con-
pS During the business session plans Three Hostess. Mrs C A Chap- i 1 wenl 10 Mrs. Tlioinas M
were made for the state executive ei. 420 West Wade street, for study 1 Aderhold The meeting in two
' weeks will be with Mrs. Walter H.
Cubbs 820 South Hoff avenue
benefit card party
* * *
BY ENTKE NOUS CLUB
Mrs James E Kelso was hostess
to Entre Nous club Tuesday after-
which cards were the diversion. | ! 11 f1 from Die El Reno sanitarium
Favor for high score went to Mrs. where he submitted to a major op-
Ernest Hodgkinson 'oration Jan. 1
The hostess served a delectable -----
repast before adjournment to meet Bill Hendrix is reported ill
Feb 9 with Mrs Hodgkinson, 1005 j with influenza at his home. 519
Sunset drive West Hayes street.
aid for nose and
upper throat, where
most colds start.
Regular Slit 304
Double Quantity 50*
Vicks Vatro nol
SCOTT » JACKSON
\ GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
board meeting which will be held ol Christian action
Jan. 24 in the Blltmore hotel at Young Matrons of Christian
Oklahoma Cllv. which many from council. 1 o'clock covered dish
here wdl attend It was announced luncheon at the rhureh, followed
that the Enid club had accepted bv brief business and quilting
El Renos invitation to the meeting El Reno Home Demonstration
Feb 9 club Hostess at all dav meeting
Miss Kathryne Morris, represent- and covered dish luncheon Mrs.
tug the "Etta Dale Portrait Fund C L Beverly. 618 West Woodson
Organization" revealed activities of street
the group to date and discussed FRIDAY
future plans Mrs. J A Shuck Stafford Get Together riub Hos-
gave a report of the emblem com- less. Mrs A L Smith
mlttee and reviewed the tea held 0f E'l Reno
Sunday lor new members
The legislative committee will sonic Temple
be responsible lor the program , Friendly Stitchers club Hostess,
again Jan 26. when dinner hostess- Mrs Harrv L Campbell 817 South
«: will be Mrs Minnie Herrick. I Rock Island avenue
Mrs Carrie Patman Mrs M Alice i Tulip unit to Flower Garden dub den avenue
Miller Miss Esther Lynch and Miss
PAST OIIACLES CLUB
HOLDS MONTHLY MEKI
Monthly meeting tor Past Oiarlos
dub was enjoyed Tuesday alter-
iioon at Die home ol Mrs C O
Shaw 502 South Miles avenue, witli
nine members in attendance
Alter a brie! business session
Die remainder ol the afternoon was
spent informally The hostess served
delicious refreshments Feb 9 Mrs
Val Andrews, southeast ol El Reno
will be assisted In entertaining by
Mrs A G Burger
Ho-tess Mis F R Gauchorn. 620
South Ellison avenue
Womens Relief corps. Regular
meeting In 1 O O F hall
Do«-e Piraros dub Anniversary
party at the Waffle house
Country club. Hostess at dessert
party. Mrs, P B Myers.
L A to B of R T Regular meet-
northeast | nig in Trainmen's hall
Womens Culture dub Hostess.
DeMolay club Dtinre in the Ma-j Mrs Carl Merveldt. 305 North Rock
Island avenue. Mrs E E Bradley
as lesson leader
Friday Bridge club Hostess. Mrs.
A Henry Steddom 1027 South Had-
MRS. CUBBYGE IS
GUEST OF CLUB
Mrs Guy Cubbage was an addi-
tional guest when Mrs William B
Cosgrove 318 South Fostei ave-
' nue. entertained Tres Jolle Bridge
club Tuesday afternoon
In the games of contract Mrs
Ray Maher won the high score
lavor. after which dainty refresh- |
incuts were served Meeting In
two weeks will be with Mrs. W. D j
Hart. 906 South Barker avenue
* * *
ENJOYED BY CLUB
Dr and Mm. Idnlcsm E Phelps.
B03 South Hoff avenue, were hosts
to Trl HI Bridge club Tuesday
evening when they entertained at
a prettily appointed dinner-bridge
Guests other than club members
were Mr and Mrs George E I
LeVan In lhe games of contract ,
Mrs. Thompson Gilbert scored high [
lor the ladies and Dr Joseph M
Ozmun Ullied high among the
gentlemen to receive awards.
Place oi meeting for Jan. 26
will be announced at a later date.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 269, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 13, 1937, newspaper, January 13, 1937; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc917802/m1/3/: accessed January 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.