The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 152, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 28, 1932 Page: 2 of 8
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TO BEGIN RELAYS
Miss Natalie Campbell and Miss
Miriam Jones will be hostesses
Thursday evening to the initial
event of the party series planned
by the T. T. T. T. club, which is
to be in the form of a dance at
Miss Jones' home. J20 South Ma-
Guests will include Miss Be't.v
Jane Jackson, of Lawton, club
members and their dates. The
series will continue through Mon-
day of next week.
FOR MRS. PORTWOOD
It was to honor Mrs. Clair Port-
wood, who will leave soon to make
her home in Chicago. 111., that
Miss Mary bell Kelly, Miss Edith
Reed and Miss Faye Van Wag-
goner entertained Tuesday evening
with a bridge party at the Boom-
To enjoy the courtesy were Mia.1
Rose Culture club. Hostess. Mrs.
Belle Gunn, 202 South Barker ave-
Fourth division of the First
Methodist Episcopal church. Host-
ess, Mrs. George Stine, 712 South
Third Division of the First Meth-
odist Episcopal church. Hostess.
Mrs. C. R. Miller, ill South Ma-
comb avenue. Meeting to be call-
ed to order at 9 a. m.
Firth Division of the First Meth-
odist Episcopal church. Hostess,
Mrs. Percy W. Beck, 506 South
Rock Island avenue. Mrs. A. R.
Cleverdon, assistant hostess.
Missionary Society Circles of the
Baptist church No. 1. Hostess
Miss Glen Evelyn McCarty 208
South Barker avenup.
No. 2. Hostess, Mrs. C. Taylor,
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
THE OLD HOME TOWN
THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1932.
Letter of Thanks Sent;
Jessie Blggert, Mrs. Monte Phil- north of the city,
ips, Mrs. Laura Peterman, Mrs No- 3 Hostess. Mrs. Clarence
Lois Waller, Miss Bertha Marshik.j Cullison, 1115 West Wade street.
Miss Alice McComas, Miss Martha No- 5- Meet at legion Park.
Lee Basinger, Miss Evelyn Wag- No, 6 hostess, Mrs. D. E. Hem-
®c,1^r' j don, 519 South Rock Island avenue.
High score was made by Mrs. I No 7' Hostess- Mrs. L. Robinson,
Phillips, while Mrs. Biggert won)1106 Soulb Hoff avenue,
the consolation favor. A liandker-1 Delta Kappa Gamma. Hostess,
chief shower for the honoree wa?1 Miss Anna Wiesfelt, 319 North
»n event of the evening at the;Evans UVt',llle
dose of which refreshments were FRIDAY
served' | Putting Party. Hosts, Mr, and
* * • | Mrs. Fred E. Percy and Mr. and
POSTPONED | Mrs C. H. Siler, at the El Reno
Meeting of the C. P T. club of Oolf 8,1(1 Country club.
W. B. A., which was to have been Azulll(lt- HoaWis, Mr*. Ray Muh-
Frida.v afternoon wi/li Mrs. Emil tr' 412 South Foster avenue.
Doebritx, 701 8nuth Barker avenue ! Treg Mesa. Hosts. Mr. and Mrs
l*s been indefinitely postponed it R®* Stafford. 920 Sunset Drive,
was announced Thursday. Rainbow Girls. Drill team prac-
tice ut the Masonic Temple at
T. L. F.
Nineteen members of the T. L. F
dub enjoved a picnic and ice
Kil Kare Night dub. Hosts, Mr
cream supuer Wednesday evening and Mrs. J. A Cordell, 908 South
at Legion Park at which time Mrs ] Macomb avenue.
George Wilkowskv was hostess. K T. club. Hostess. Miss Bernice
Tt was announced lhat the mert. Harris, 401 North Hock Island cue*
in two woekft will be at home nue.
. Mrs Charles J/radley, lie Norih Queen of clubs Hostess, Mrs J
Admire avenue. A. Cordell. 908 South Macomb avs-
1 * * * j nue.
BON TEMPS HAVE I _
SHOWER FOR MEMREIt
A stork shower honoring Mrs
Harold Simes nrovld<*ri oup of
th» most interesting nsrMes of the
sen son for the Bon Temns Bridge i
dub when Mrs. b J. Wallace en- was welcomed into membership
tertained Wednesday aftorroon at , Wednesday afternoon when the
«l!TPeLf m0,hpr Mrs r Udtot Sciety to B of L F and
Schulte. 820 North Evans avenue
A Pink and blue color note was E COnVOnPd Wlth Mrs W E P()I"
emoloyed in nil appointments and
decorations of the party, for which
n stork motW was selected. Oifts
were arranged undemeeth a pret-
ty pink and blue umbrella on a
One new member, Mrs. Maude
King, who has recently come to
El Reno from Little Rock, Ark., i
A variety of business was trans-
acted during the regular meeting
of the American Legion Auxiliary
Wednesday evening in the legion
A letter of thanks was voted to
Mrs. Nancy Butler, Claremore, gold
star mother .expressing the appre-
ciation of the Auxiliary women
for the quilt she donated and from
the sale of which $2350 was real-
ized. The fund will be used In
the work of the group.
Mrs. W. A. Biggert, president,
presented the national citation
certificate, received July 20 at the
joint American Legion and Aux-
iliary sixth district convention at
Medicine Park. This award, given
for having reached the membership
quotu before expiration of the set
time, will be framed and hung in
the hall, it was decided.
Report on the convention was
given by Mrs. Biggert, wiio also
told about her visit to the Walter
Reid hospital In Washington, D.
C. and to other historical scenes
during her recent trip east. This
hospital, tire largest of Its kind in
the world, is supported solely by
rehabilitation pledges and at the
time of Mrs. Biggert's visit was
caring for between 950 nnd 1,000
Mrs. Annabel Smith. In telling of
a visit to the hospital ward In
Norman, said that the superintend-
ent reported an incessant need for
material to keep tire patients busy.
Donations by anyone having such
material, worn out silk hose and
simlllar articles, will be appreciat-
ed by the Auxiliary.
Two members personally thank-
ed the organization lor assistance
during illness In their iamilies.
Other business was routine.
Tin* state convention, Aug. 28, 29
and 30 in Muskogee, will be the
principal discussion at the irext
regulur meeting Aug 10. It was
PLAY TWO GAMES
Local Negroes to Vie
Jones City, Anadarko
El Reno's Royal Giants, negro
baseball team, will clash with the
Jones City nine at 3 o’clock Fri-
day afternoon at Dunbar Park in
a feature contest.
Sunday afternoon the local ball
team will vie Anadarko here. The
Royal Giants, having won all but
two games this season, are expect-
ed to furnish pienty of competition
for their foes this week-end.
Last year Anadarko annexed tho
championship in the Soutiiwest
down with its oddness—is not a
quality fashion much less a ster-
ling quality one. It is the styles
that are so simple in their smart-
ness that even a careful study of
j them leaves you still wondering
| Just what it is about them that
makes them so different — chic.
I Here’s the secret: Feel the material
and see how it almost melts into
i the hand with its slieerness yet
sensation of durability, be it silk,
satin, calico or even what some
might call a rag of wool. Next,
note tire line. It is so natural
you almost fall to see It at first.
Fullness is always where fulness
belongs, and flat, sleek surfaces are
in their proper places provided by
Nature. 'Practical' used to be a
word that had nothing in common
to the last degree is more than not
i apt to be a very common fashion
DODE DOOL.ITTI-E: IS A<vAin
UPTO HIS PRE-WAR?
STANDARD OF liv/nc7
W) 1932 U« W. Stanley Onlinl I'rf .
McConnells to Appear
On El Reno Broadcast
Appearing on the regular weekly I
“Boost El Reno" radio hour over
KFXR Friday morning will be Rev. I
and Mrs. J. E. McConnell, pastor j
cl the Central Methodist church
Several vocal selections will be
sung by Mrs. McConnell, while
Rev. McConnell will deliver a
brief message on "Meditations."
The program will be broadcast
from 9:30 to 10 o'clock over a
wave length of 1310 kilocycles. The
radio station recently was moved
from the Exchange Avenue Bap-
tist church to the Hightower build-
ing at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. W. M. Talt and sons, Har-
old and Billy, 823 South Reno
avenue, have returned from a few
days' visit in the homes of Rev.
and Mrs. Thomas Mabley and Mr
and Mrs. L. P. Ixn'e in Enid.
JAIL FATHER WHO CHAINED UR BOYT
ter, 804 East Clark street.
Following the business session n
clever contest was featured and
refreshments were served. The
next meeting will be August 10 in
- ■ ---- Hiiiwacua WII II j — «* " —
table, guarded by a stork. Garden j ,lle Trainmen's hail.
Marriage License Wrong
A license was issued for the
marriage of Vemie Niles, 21, and
Gertrude O Talley, 17. both of
El Reno. The license was taken
out by OUle G. Griffith, but the
latter was not one of the couple
to be iiMirriod, as stated through
flowers were also used In decora-
I’retty In Summer Mot'tfsj™-,w* _ . ^
n- „„ „ . , , , i" »■ married, as stated through
limner linage »\ odnesdav error in Wednesday's issue of in,
II__11.. ! PI mm .in _____
seed, consolation going to Mrs
Mr and Mrs M Rischard. 515
Sshyw”rr's^WM?S rejm?i' !J?Udth Hoff HVenue' wpn' hosU
Meeting of the club August 12 ! ~r "PP°lnt,nent*- j
will be with Mrs. Turnlpsecd, 711 E“ch °f the quarU?t tables WBS
Fred Clapp and wife to Maggie
M. Pinto, lots 17. 18, 19 nnd 20
block 3 Lewis addition to Calu-
South Rnrker avenue.
Oil and Gas Lease
centered with a low crystal bus-1 1 A Robinson and wife to The
ket of nasturtiums, which furnish- Texas company, NE 8-13n-10w.
ed the key note for the color
EXPECT THE UNUSUAL
2 Blocks West State Capitol
scheme In all decorations and np-
pointmenU. Baskets of the bright
flowers were artistically arranged
ubout the looms.
Guests Included Mr. and Mrs
E R. Barnhart, Mr. and Mrs. C
John C. Ozmun nnd wife U
Canale Vance, NE 21-12n-6w
Assignment of Oil and Gas Lease
Robert E. Oarrelt to The Texar
QUITS ROAD FOR HOME
Memphis, Tenn., (U.R.* — Eugene
after 11 years, has come home to
shake the dust of many countries
from his shoes and settle down.
The depression nnd its effect o.
the precarious business hitch-hU.:.r;
was a big factor in his decision.
Eleven years ago, when 17, White-
man left here, hitch-hiked to New
York City and caught a boat. He
lias been to practically every part
of South America, has visited Jap-
an and China—China interested
him most because iie found it
strangest of al< the countries; Ha-
waii, the Phillipines and Australia
are familiar to him.
He has worked at all sorts ot
odd jobs, painted signs, sold neck-
ties and in Hollywood, Just before
hitch-hiking back here had break-
i fast, he says, with Will Rogers.
Paris, (U.R)—There is a sterling
quality to fashions just as there is
to silver, and the styles that lack
it are the ones which are doomed
to die soon after their creation.
Anything that is too spectacular,
too conspicuous, that knocks you
Go on Sale
Try One of Our a mt
Family Style Meals £
One Block West of Foslofflie
j G. Scliult, Mr. and Mrs. Arthm company, lots 1 and 2 and ES NW
; Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Stick- 81-lln-10w; NW 31-lln-10w; loe
ley. Mr. and Mrs John Meadors I and 2 and E‘* NW 31-lln-10w.
Mrs. J. B Wallace. Mrs Cammit
1 Turnlpsecd, Mrs. John Fike and
C R. Barrett.
In the bridge games following
the tliree course dinner. Mrs
j Schultz nnd Arthur Lambert inadi
high score. The hosts were assist-
j ed In their hospitalities by theii
‘ daughter. Miss Catherine
MONEY and FOODS
PURE CRYSTAL ICE
('all 450 when you need ICE for anv pur-
pose, or use our Rapid-Fire Courteous Dock
“The Firm that Made Competition Possible
and Gave You Lower Prices by Breaking
the Monopoly lee Law and eliminating Cor-
poration Commission and Trust Control
from your ice dollar.”
“STRICTLY A HOME INSTITUTION”
Phone 450 117 North Choetaw
— ' ■
William A. Haverly and wife to
Sinclair Prairie Oil company, NF
Stephen Lucas nnd wife to Sin-
clair Prairie Oil company, NW 33-
Henry Brown and wife to Sin-
clair Prairie Oil company, W'4
NE E'. NW 9-13n-6w
| lilt HIM.INK FORMS
OUTSIDE OF PRISON
Erie, Pa., (U.R* -Add depressior
| phenomena — a breadline outside
the gates of a prison.
More than 50 men now gathei
| dally outside the gates at tin
Erie county prison to receive whnl
stew has been left over after thi
prisoners have been fed. When
Warden Malt Hess began distribut-
ing the food several months ago
only a few were in line.
Mrs. Joseph T. Phelps, daughter';
Misses Mary Margaret nnd Helen
Louise and Miss Margaret Fischer
spent Thursday morning in King-
SPECIAL WEEK-END RATES
Make a round trip for the price of one-way
tare to all points on the RED BALL
LINES where the one-way fare is One
Dollar or more.
Go Saturday or Sunday—Return prior to
On LEE-WAY STAGES, West as far as
Amarillo, EAST as far as Tulsa. Round
trip for one way-fare, plus one-fifth of one
Ml IIIIIMt — IIKTI II \ II IMIU Ml.Ill
For aonitionm information call
BUS DEPOT - Phone 723
A WORD TO THE WISE by Redman
HELLO JOHN HOW AD0UT
A UDE IN TOWN WITH
YOU THU M0RNIN&?
JUST FOUND ANOTHER
ukt tire on n\y but.
While authorities investigated a charge that he kept his 14-year-old
son, Andrew, above, chained in a yard under a broiling sun for two
days clad only in a bathing suit, Paul Kilby, inzet, a railroad worker
of Portsmouth, O., has been held In jail. Tha boy had disobeyed
his father in going swimming, officials learned. The temperature
was 92 the day ho was rescued by a deputy sheriff and 96 the
DIET AND HEALTH
In Success of Athletes
SAY, JOHN HOW It IT
YOU NEVER. SEEM
TO NAVI ANY
WE LI TOR 0ME
thing, I 1UY
DEAR NOAH-Q* A MAN CAN ■
tune a Piano, can mb tuna
FI5HT antwunv CATALANO,
0CAP NoAH-IF MBfc. foot ^
SI_iPPBO„ WOULD TWO ( \
a/ach support*i*t tr<>
rvr -y-*——■— ■ LO» ■ UNVAN 'V%
Dear. Noah wwt.
bark at -me catta,,V*
m _ j.M.MMrrr
By LOGAN CLENDF.N1NG, M. D.
MOST HI1' Us lira Inrltulcd in tho
iiudicnco at tho Olympic games, not
participating. Hither tlio actual uu-
cllsnca or the nu-
dionce of tli» mo.
tlon pictures or
are a great spec.
tacle. In order
them morn Intel-
ligently wo may
profitably c o n-
slder all tho He.
no nla In ini init-
iate's make - up,
nnd how tils suc-
cess Is develonad.
make-up of on _
athlete In hln least Important feature.
MuscIoa, hones, norv*», heart and
lungs—these ara bf no account with-
out tho proper qualities ot mind and
Kven muscular power Itself—mero
strength—Is of llttlo consequence
compared to other qualities of bodily
muhe-up which aro largely propsrtiss
of the nervous system—upend, sndur-
unre and co-ordination, for Instance.
The actuul muscular iimko-up of
most at Motes Is not remnl kablo for
strength and power. But a muscle
which responds to u nervo Impulse u
five.hundredth of a second more
rspldly than another muscle Is more
valuable to its owner than If tt could
move a few more pounds.
Fnduranco depends upon heart
power as much us muscle power.
Perhaps even mots It depends upon
Of ull tho qualities In life, endur-
anco Is the most valuable. Thero
was a story In a national magiulno
several years ago about a young man
who went to his sweetheart's father
to ask for her hand In murrlngt. Tho
plot of the story lias long since
escaped my memory, but Ihs one
question the father asked the young
man glw>oys has haunted ms. Me did
not usk whether the young man were
rich or poor, or had a good petition,
or education, or good habits. The
only thing ho wanted to know was.
"Have you ihs power to rndurcT”
The power to endure I How It has
been ovldont In the last fsw tragic
years. In Individuals, luUttltiolUl
ond nations, There wera those we
knswi who rote to dlzsy heights after
the war. Mow happy and successful
they wera. How drab they made tho
others look! Then, In the turn of nn
rye, they wore on (ho ground again
—All tholr glory and gaudlness de-
parted. Kor ono reason or anolhsr—
character, foreilght, Judgment—they
could not endure.
And In the meantime, leas conspic-
uous citizens with no particular men-
tal brilliance, kept doggedly nlong—
not rleing to the clouds, hut not
sprawling on the ground—no worse
off and urunlly a little better off than
they were at the beginning—on ac-
count of the poseeselon of that pro-
The leesone of the training of ath-
letes can be applied to ull life’s con-
you bet They're jmf-
ferenT. most any -
Tire looks wod when
IT'J NEW. HOOD'3 STILL
LOOK *000 AFTER THEYvE
OONE A ION&.L0H& WAY-
ANOTHER THlNLr IDO IJTO HAVE
MY tires checked yretyt
REGULARLY FOR AlR f REJJuRE,
TREAD CUTJ, AND SO 0»
JuRPRlflNGr - HOW
MUCH TROUBLE ,
VTHAT SAVES. L-HJs
THANK S A LOT TOR THAT
T1D ON HOOD TWES, JOHN.
| N\IGHT TRY A ST:T.
jklEARLY all of us
ll have had blowouli
or punctures at tome
lime, but there it no
use inviting lire fail-
ure. Hood While Ar-
row Tires, liner thun
ever, are selling
at lowest prices
JELEPHONE WANT ADS TO NO. 18 121-200 South Choctaw
SPKUIAI.S HOOD DUPLEX H9QP
4.50-20 Each In Pairs \ t r n r ^
4.75-20 fMS $5,15 1 A K L ®
HENRY SCHAFER OIL COMPANY
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Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 152, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 28, 1932, newspaper, July 28, 1932; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918614/m1/2/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.