The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, July 17, 1936 Page: 2 of 6
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Holds July Meet
July meeting for the Young Ma-
trons Missionary society of the
Christian church was held TTiurs-
day afternoon in the home of
Mrs Jack Ferguson. 1200 East Ash
stwet, with Mrs. Emmett Mark as
Three visitors to enjoy the1
YruJUjthly • session with 10 members
were" Mrs. Floyd Hofmann. Mrs.
Merritt Young and Mrs Robert
Stull. The latter two were wel-
comed into membership.
Mrs. Henry Keith led the devo-
tional services and Mrs. W. L.
Martin presided in the absence of
the president, Mrs. M. M Golden.
Mu also was leader of the program
on "From Personality of Slavery
A play on the lesson subject
was presented by Mrs. John Stroffe
and Mrs. Lloyd Stearns, who were
assisted by a quartet made up of
Mrs Martin. Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs.
Hofmann and Mrs Stull, who sang
Two pamphlets were reviewed by
Mrs. Martin. The topics were
' Negroes Around the World" and
"What Is Africa to Me?''
ENJOYED AI PARK
L. S. to B. of L. F. and E.
Ing her with gifts and good deed*.
Another series was started with new
Pollyannas drawn last evening.
The remainder of the evening
was spent informally with various
j games and contests featured for
I entertainment. The outing was
I originally scheduled for July 23 but
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Baptist Business Women’s circle
of W. M S. Picnic at Legion park. I
Omega chapter of Beta Sigma
phi Hostess at swimming party'
and picnic supper, Miss Evelyn
Baptist Y. W. A. Hostess. Miss
Arlene Fanis, 1115 West Wade
Eagles auxiliar”. Business meetinp
at Eagles hall.
Tri HI Bridge club Hosts, Mr.
and Mrs Thompson Gilbert, 205
South Hoff avenue.
S B. A. circle. Hostess, Mrs.
Glenn Crawford, 101 1-2 South Rock
Merry Makers club. Hostess Mrs.
Thomas Benson, who will entertain
at her El Reno Rod and Gun club
Rpbekah lodge Regular meeting
in ihe I p. O. F. hall.
Friendly circle. Hostess, Mrs J
C Fzell, 1228 West London street.
Tuesday Night Bridge club. Hosts.
Mr. and Mrs B. T. Marshall, 1080
South Ellison avenue.
Trianon club. Hostesses. Misses
Polly Atkinson and Sarah Anne Fox.
was set up on account of Railroad
week being observed from July J2
__I to 18
Next regular meeting of the so-
A Pollyanna revealing party was | clety will be held Aug. 12 at Train-
held Thursday evening when the men’s hall.
Ladies Society to Brotherhood of ________
Locomotive Firemen aid Engine- Daily Tribune classified ads get
men members held iheir annual iquick results. Phone 18*
picnic at Legion park. ___
A bountiful basket supper was __________
spread at 6 o'clock with an unusual- TYPEWRITERS AND
ly large crowd in attendance A|>r»IVr APIHVro
Guests included members mid their -f'''•'**iNti ivmi IHINRa
husbands Following the bountiful Nrw and Keeonditioned
supper the revealing was made SALE — RENTALS — REPAIRS
For several months each member HENRY
has served as Pollyanna to another
of the society, secretly remember- 1
Typewriter Dep’t. Phone 184
During a brief business session Mrs. George D. Patrick and son.
Mrs Stull was elected vice-prcsl- Reger, oi Oklahoma City are
dent. The remainder of the after- spending a few davs with her
noon was spent informally wlUi a mother. Mrs. Corrlne Oxford. 501
delicious ice course served before North Choctaw avenue and other
adjournment. relatives here.
Mrs. Fred Hutson, jr. will be__
program leader for next month
Hostess will be announced later.,
+ * *
HONORED AT PARTY
Honoring her mother. Mrs Geo-
rge Shumacher. and husband Mrs.
Roy Eslinger entertained with a
birthday party Wednesday evening
at her home, 220 North Barker
The evening was spent informal-
ly at cards and at a late hour a 1
dpltcious lunch was served the
lionoree and following guests:
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Verges, Mr
and Mrs. Hugh Wallace Mr and
Mrs. E. Bruster, Miss Ethel Town
send. Miss Gwendolyn Fuller. Miss
Frances Schumacher. Herman Boors-
ma and George Schumacher.
• * *
FI .AG TOURNEY HELD
BY LADIES GOLF FLUB
A flag tournament was held by
the ladies Oolf club members at
their regular weekly meeting Thurs-
day morning at the El Reno Golf
and Country club.
Balls were awarded Mrs V R
Mordy and Mrs Fred H Hamp-
ton. Mrs. LeRoy D Jones was
hostess at tlie luncheon following
play, which began at » o'clock
Hostess for next Thursday will
be announced later.
^ l/onu Run
Will Cost You l^ess!
LET US SHOW YOU!
Presented bv Cliff Giblrt and Co.. Oklahoma City!
* - EL RENO
2 P. M.
Freeman Flying Field
I Miles North on Highway 81
Airplane Bide to Oldest Couple
Registering at Gate!
SEE AND HEAR
Airplane Directed Through AEROBATICS BY
RADIO From (Ground to Plane
Watch Oswald, the trained goose, make a para-
chute jump from 2.000 feet. Free ride to person
returning Oswald to field.
Bomb Dropping Ribbon Cutting
Upside Down Flying
Air Races at .'1:00 P. M.
... because it has the right kind
of Turkish tobacco in it
Turkish tobacco is exftensise—that’s
brtiC—every pound has to be imported
But *1 * one of the biggest rea-
sons why Chesterfields taste better.
It’s another reason why you’ll
like the aroma—it’s more pleasing
and fragrant—the Turkish in Chest-
erfield is another reawn why Chest-
C tM4. Liowtt ft Mnu Tofcktco Co. •
We’re Just Home Folks!
We trot together last night and talked about cooling
things to eat. We selected this Peach Salad as the
most appetizing dish for this kind of weather. Try
it yourself. And we have loads and loads of fresh,
new merchandise, making summer food shopping
more convenient and economical at Musgrave’s.
( all us up these hot days. We deliver free.
12 Halves Peaches 1-4 Cup Nut Meats
1 Cup White Cherries (seeded)
Ripe Olives Lettue*
Fill peach halves with cherries, nuts, which have been
mixed lightly with cooked salad dressing. Decorate with
ripe olives. Serve cold on lettuce. Serves six.
Full No. 2 Cans
ORANGES, doz. ..23c
LIMES, doz... 15c
Red and Black
Just add the White
of One Egg
Ripe—Ready for Immediate
Large Solid Heads
CUCUMBERS r™ 8,"_ ...... 5c
From Mary & Curly]
PEAS, lb. 5c
3 "* 25c
Cantaloupes, 2 for.........15c
Delicious for Breakfast or Dessert
From Nearby Farms
Celery _ _ 10c and 15c
New Potatoes ! ,L No sd”,'d15c
Make Your Own
For This Marvelous
Maker and 1 Pint
Add a New Flavor to
Your Peach Salad
IBS_ invites you to send
1 Post's Gran Flakes box-
lop (or club pin, details
of FREE BIKE contest and
. ctures other tree pnret.
Actress: Post's Bran
Hominy No. 21/2
Kraut No. 2V? . _ .
u Corn No. 2
Spaghetti No. 1
Tomatoes, No. 2
Title merrhaiidiiie will be higher—Ask for our prior by the dozen.
3 cans 25c
Vanilla Wafers, 2 lbs.....25c
Ice Cream Mix
3 ,,ars 19c
Vanilla ft ( hoeelate
Fresh Garden Peas, 2 cans 25c
-THE HOME OF FRESH DUALITY MEATS-
MEAT THAT YOU CAN DEPEND ON
Phone Us Your Meat Order—It will Be Filled Accurately and With Extra Dependability
Try Our Vegetable-Veal Loaf
Veal. Pork and Vegetables. Good hot or | £
cold for sandwiches, lb. ____ ___ 1 DC
Best Short Ribs, fine to bake, lb.
Choice Chuck Roast, tender, lb.
Family Style Steak, lb. ___
Tender Round Bone Steak, lb.
Round Swiss Steak, lb. ___
ASSORTED LUNCH MEATS
(> kinds __ ___________________lb.
Sliced to Suit You
FULL LINE OF LUNCH MEAT AND
KRAFT CHEESE FOR HOT DAYS
FRESH COTTAGE CHEESE
Illy Crntor Cate
HI E M Cured Bonrlrtui, lb.
SLICED BACON, Ih.
The Best Grade
Fresh Dressed Frvcrs. lb.
Rhudr Inland Beds and I'lvmouth Hork-t From thr Farm
COMPOUND, first grade, 2 IDs.
■I a UA A Shank off
¥ I nr Rakrd
4 to 6 lb. \v».
(’hops, lb. 30c Leg, lb. _ 25c
Patties, ea. _5c Shoulder, lb. 20c
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, July 17, 1936, newspaper, July 17, 1936; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918633/m1/2/: accessed January 26, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.