The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, July 17, 1936 Page: 3 of 6
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|,e' Supper and Shower Hon-
ors Miss von Merveldt
Miss Marie von Merveldt, bride-
tlect of July 23 when she will be
wed to Victor Jerome Jamieson of
Burlington, Colo., continues to be
the social inspiration this month
and Thursday evening she was hon-
ored by Miss Miriam Jones, who
entertained with a buffet supper
and kitchen shower at her home,
120 South Macomb avenue.
Guests invited to enjoy the
courtesy with the honoree were
Misses Natalie Campbell and Dor-
othy Jane Mathews of Oklahoma
City, Mrs. O. von Merveldt. Mrs.
Egon C. von Merveldt, Mrs. Ray
Miss Irene von Merveldt, Miss
Alice von Merveldt, Miss Polly At-
kinson. Miss Stella Louise Fischer,
Miss Sylvia Novak, Miss Virginia
Barnard. Miss Helen Flanigan,
Miss Elizabeth Creasy, Miss Sarah-
Anne Fox and Miss Muriel Don-
Mrs LeRoy D Jones assisted her
daughter in serving the bountiful
supper at 7 o'clock and the re-
mainder of the evening was spent
Miss von Merveldt was the re-
cipient of many lovely and useful
kitchen articles which she display-
ed for admiration Each guest
presented her with a favorite rec-
ipe for an attractive recipe book.
* * *
AZULIKIT CU B
Meeting of Azulikit club announc-
ed for Thursday evening with Miss
Marybelle Kelly. 501 South Evans
avenue, as hostess was indefinite-
Texas Wedding Is
Of Interest Here
A Texas wedding oi Interest here
since the couple will make their
homa in El Reno was that sol-
emnized Tuesday, July 14, at Ama-
rillo with Mrs. Burchette Carnes
Johnson and Earl Jay Dunn taking
The ceremony took place at 10
o'clock in the morning at the home
of the bride’s sister, Mrs. Allan Daw-
son, with Rev. Clifton Dorn, for-
merly pastor of Dalhart Presby-
terian church and now serving
Grace Presbyterian church in Los
Angeles, Calif., officiating.
Follow'ing the wedding the couple
departed for Santa Fe. N. M.. where
they are registered at the La Fonda
Mr. Dunn, former Dalhart resi-
dent, was transferred to El Reno
last May by the Rock Island rail-
road and will establish a home here
for his bride, who is a member of i
a pioneer Dalhart family.
For the nuptials Mrs. Dunn wore!
a jacket costume of Crepe Caprice
in rose petal shade and May wine
accessories, while for traveling she |
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chose a twopiece Raffia knit and ]
navy accessories. Her velveteen I
swagger coat also was navy.
Dally Trioune classified ads get
quick results. Phone 18.
Liquid, Tablets COLDS
Salve, Nose ,,r*t day
(traps Headache, 30 min.
Try "Rub-M.v-Tism”-World'» Best).
Dally Tribune classified ads get
quick results. Phone 18
Stansbury Grocery and Market
700 East Woodson
IN BUSINESS TO EEEI) YOU
SPAGHETTI, 6 for 24c
3 NO. 2 TOMATOES 24c
SALMON. 2 for 24c
O-SO-GOOO COFFEE 23c
Marvel .Made Sandwich Spread or Salad Dressing, per qt. 25c
CHOICE HOME-KILLED MEATS
This Meat Is A-NO.l Quality in
Any Roast in Front Quarter, lb.
ROUND STEAK ........22c
LOIN STEAK __________20c
T-BONE STEAK _____20c
Every Steak or Roast!
Hamburger, no cereal___15c
llcme-Madr Sausage ___21c
FRESH LIVER .........15c
Special Prices on Case Lots—Plenty of Parking Spare.
Someone in your neighborhood trades here—WHY?
A Well-Filled Lunch Basket
Makes everyone enjoy a picnic. I^et us fill your
basket with good things.
Pork & Beans
Class A Hrand
B| Marshmallows | r
3 tall.....25c piiiow soft, ib. . I DC
Jumbo, pkg. _
Beer Mugs—Filled with
Mustard ___ _____
No. 10 Gal. ^OC
Grape Juice, qt.....28c
Grapefruit, No. 2 can I5c
Sweet Pickles, qt.......25c
I Baseball I’niforni to the hoy bring-
ing; in the most WHEATIE box tops
on a later specified date. Start col-
WHEATIES, 2 pkgs. 25c
Sugar Wafers, Ib. _______25c
Orange -Puffs, lb._________23c
Chocolate Sandwich OI
Vanilla Sandwich, Ib---- £lC
Prune Juice .......25c
Blue Ribbon Malt, can ... 65c
Calumet, Hi-lb. can..... 49c
No. 2', ....
Ice Cream Powder, 3 for.. 25c
Coconut, 1-lb. Cello...... 19c
Cain Coffee, lb...........25c
Apple Butter, No. 10, gal. 45c
• • • •
Tomato Juice, 3 cans
Catsup, 2 tall tattles ... 45c
Always Good .
2*/i-lb. avg. or
dressed Ib____ a.DC
2 tor 5c
Crisp, Ige. P
_hunches _ DC
ROAST BXfKi MEAT
Juicy and Tender j (
Chuck, Ib. . .12C Croquettes
Anas, lb. ’.. 14c *** lb. 15c
STEAK, Round of Swiss, Ib... ,18c
SAIT MEAT, Ib.......**££*,**,,*....„,
DAtt1r('h,,P^ center cut, Ib. 25c
* ”*^Koast, Ib._____________20c
('l)uck Boast, lb. lie
■>ij loin, lb. 21k*
Pure Lard or Mrs. Tucker’s Shortening, 2 lbs.....25c
Sliced Bacon, lb.25c
Bologna, 2 lbs... 25c
Cheese ll'Zl lb. 20c
“EL BE NO’S MODERN FOOD STORE”
PHONE 48 DELIVERY SERVICE 5c
Q/* c*op L0SS
Saturday & Monday
July 18 and 20
CANNED FOODS SALE!
The easiest crop to plant Ik a canned foods crop right on
your pantry shelve.—and its a wise investment, as canned foods
prices are low now—all Indications point to higher prices this
fall. Several of the major food items such as peaches, to-
matoes, beans, corn and many others suffered from either late
frosts last Spring or drouth this Summer. This will limit home
canning, and naturally make the demand for canned foods
’.f Avy this fall.
Safeway Stores bought canned foods for this sale months
ago when canner's prices were even lower than they are today—
we offer you these additional savings.
Start NOW to restock your pantry shelves for Fall and
Winter by buying canned foods.
PORK & BEANS
o Giant OC
Del Maiz Niblets
Stokely’s Tomato Juice
Red Kidney Beans
Van Camp’s Spaghetti
Libby’s Tomato Juice
3 71 41c
A Hoi He Deposit Ketiuired
Red Pitted Sour
Known as fialion Cans
Known as fialion Cans
Clapp’s Baby Food
Bine Ribbon Malt
White or Whole Wheat
The Biggest Value In Town
The Useful Household Soap—Saves
Time and Effort in Hot Weather
Huy Your Hutter Today
Market Advanced Again
No. Ill OQ
Known as fialion Cans
Med. Size Calif.
SB Ib. Box. 99c
Hacked by Libby
Kool Cigarettes_______pkg. 18c
Post Bran Flakes_____pkg. 11c
Grape Nuts __________pkg. 18c
Baker’s Chocolate____'/* lb. 15e
Jell W’ell, all flavors, I pkgs. 19c
Super Suds_________3 pkgs. 25c
Zee Tissue 1 rolls 19c
Shredded Wheat____2 boxes 23c
FRESH FRUITS AND
2 d« 29c
Radishes, (ir. Onions 3 m». 10c
(ireen Beans 2 »•. 25c
Egtf Plant Fr** Tatfay Ik. lOf
LIMES IT doz. 10c
F ine for C old I .uni he,
- MEATS - GOVERNMENT * INSPECTED
r o a s
Cut* of Beef
Smoked and Sugar-l ured
5RFEUMY - PIGGLY WIGGLY
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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/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.