The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 141, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 14, 1931 Page: 3 of 8
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Ttjama Relay Party Is
niven by Younger Group
Pen young ladies.of the young-
social set made up the group
B. and P. W. First of summer
l entertained with a pajama j Picnics at I.egion park.
av party last week. W. C. T. P. Hostess, Mrs. C.
Tile series began Tuesday at 1 D'- Reynolds, 720 South Choctaw
W. D. A. Regular meeting at
Baptist W. M. 8. Executive
meeting in home of Mrs. C. A.
Richards, 1106 South Hoff ave-
H. M. F. Club. Hosts. Mr. and
Mrs. W. il, Kntrekin, 5 If) South
Radies (lolf Club. Hostesses,
Mrs. Ray Maher and Mrs. T. W.
Baptist Calendar Tea at 8
o’clock party. Hostess, Mrs, J.
Ci. Jeide, 114 South Choctaw ave-
First M. E. Home Missionary
Society. July meeting at
beginning at 2:3n.
Members of the l.adies (lolf
ib will meet at 9 o’clock Wod-
sdav morning at the El Reno
ilf ami Cnuntry club lor the
tular weekly meeting.
Following the morning’s play
•s. Rav Maher and Mrs. T. W.
iher will be hostesses at the
ual luncheon. All members and
eir out-of-town guests are invlt-
to be present.
The Homo Missionary Society
the First Methodist Episcopal
urclt will meet at 2:30 o'clock
lursday afternoon in the |>arlor
the church for the July meet-
All metnhers of the society are
ged to he present and ladles
the church are invited to ul-
lock when Miss Rouiae Stickley,
5 South Miles avenue, enter-
ned at a well appointed din-
In tlie evening Miss Betty
* Fields was responsible for
wimming party and picnic sup-
• at Spring Rake, Oklahoma
pon their return to El Reno
group repaired, to the home
tlm Misses Helen Bello and
elyn Harnhart, .701 South Elli-
i avenue, for a midnight lunch
1 slumber, party.
Wednesday morning Miss Emily
in Jones, 120 South Macomb
a|‘nue, was hostess at a lovely
uikfast and the morning was
lit informally at bridge.
M A buffet luncheon was enjoy-
at 1 o'clock in the home of
ss Katherine Beale, !I2U South j church
ft' avenue. Then a line party
the Criterion theatre and rc-
shments at Jones Drug store
s featured as a "Dutch” treat.
For the entertainment Wednes-
evening Miss Minnie l.ou
nes gave a picnic supper at 1-e-
m park. Alter enjoying a
asunt outing, following the
jntiful supper, the girls en-
yod refreshments at Blair's I
tig store and then went to the
me of Miss Viola Arntold, 614
utli Barker avenue, for a slum-
party. Thursday morning the
jakfast was given by Miss
arlotte Mae Irving, 419 North Honoring Mrs. James Raymond
ck island avenue. Hester, who will leave July 30
The morning was given over to to meet her husband Lieutenant
rest period anil then swimming Hester in Nicaragua, Miss Helen
s enjoyed at Fort Reno, after Moon and Mrs. Mildred Horneck-
ilch the ten Misses returned tolei entertained Monday evening
Irving home for more res: j with a Bon Voyage party in the
d at 5 o'clock motored to Tall Moon home at 311 South Barker
m park, east of the city, where avenue.
■i Dorothy Shacklett entertain-1 Mrs. Hester will be accont-
witli a steak fry to conclude panted to Los Angeles, Calif., by
round of merry events. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
* * * Bounin, of Concho, and she will
tliir.s LOLF CLUB sail from San Diego on the C.
Abolished in Reforma-
tion of Institutions
FOR MRS. HESTER
Two Hostesses Entertain
S S. Henderson to Corinto, Ni-
caragua, from where she will go
l.y pla.ne to Managua, where Lieu-
tenant Hester is stationed.
Only members of the Trianon
i lub and one out-of-town guest.
Mrs. Vernon Chapman, of Shaw-
nee, were guests at the party
that was given as a surprise to
the honoree, who arrived think-
ing it was regular club meeting.
Club sisters present included
Misses Irene Burkhalter, Juanita
Rynn, Margaret Allen, Helen
Flanigan, Elizabeth Burk , Vir-
Rome, July 1' (LP)—Radical
changes in Italy’s prison system,
including the abolishment of cel-
lular segregation, went into ef-
fect throughout Italy this month,
with the hearty approval of hu-
manitarians and prison reformers
throughout the world.
Italian prisoners no longer live
in prisons, but "social Institu-
tions.’’ The entire Italian peni-
tentiary system has bean over-
the j hauled, with the idea of re-edu-
cating and regenerating the pris-
oners while they are being pun-
The major changes in the sys-
tem can be enumerated in the fol-
io wing manner:
1. Abolition of cellular segre-
gation, or solitary confinement;
2. Creation of many specialized
types of prison "institutions”; 3.
Prisoners must work profitably;
4. The prisoners must W'ork in
the open air as much as possible;
5. The prisoners will be paid for
I work done; 6. Prisoners are re-
quired to pay part of their food
and lodging expenses; 7. Civil
and religious Instructions for
prisoners; 8. Special treatment
tor minors, anil 9. Judical con-
fer minors, and 9. Judicial con-
There are hairline shades of
difference between sentences un-
der the new code. The change
over to the new system will bo
gradual, as many of the present
prisons will have to be remodeled
to meet the more liberal ideas.
The directors of the many pris-
ons throughout Italy came to
Rome recently for this purpose,
and conferred with Signor Gio-
vanni Novell!, director of Italian
Penal Institutions, who outlined
the reforms to he carried out un-
der the new code. The new pris-
on regulations went into effect
simultaneously with Italy's new
Penal Code, which restores capi-
tal punishment for many crimes,
and which lias liberalized the old
code of 1SS9.
Two I 'lasses of Prisons
■ Thu new prison regulations
Are Aids to Reduction
By LOGAN CLENDEN1NG, M. D.
IN ADDITION to general dally
ixerci.se such as walking, swimming,
icnnis or golf, the person who Is
letermlned to lose weight must take
laily systematic _
is should be
taken in the bed-
room, with all
rlothes off, be-
I o r e retiring.
They will take
up about ten
sxtended to the
irms together in
a circle ten
Then swing arms toward each other
until they cross over to the fullest
extent ten times. Breathing exercise.
With arms first at sides bring them
up over the head until they meet.
Ten times, slowly.
This exercise affects shoulders and
Exercise 2. Standing erect, arms
extended, bend to right side until the
right fingers touch outside of knee.
Satno on left side. Ten times. Stand-
ing erect with arms over head, bend
until fingers touch the floor. Ten
times. Breathe ten times.
Exercise 3. Lying flut on back.
Rise to sitting posture and touch
toes with Angers. Ten times. Breath-
ing exercise. Lying on back, raise
legs until they are straight up from
floor. Lower slowly. Ten times.
Lying on back, raise legs and do mo-
tions as in pedaling a bicycle*
These exercises will affect t lie
abdomen and waist.
Exercise 4. Standing erect, arms
on liiiis. Bend knees, rising on toes,
and squat. Return to original pos-
ture. Five times at first, one extra
time each night up to ten times.
Brcutlie ten times.
Standing erect, hands on hips,
swing right leg away from body
sideways as far as it will go, and re-
turn to original position. Ten times.
Same with left leg.
Standing erect, hands on hips.
Raiso right leg in front of you until
heel is on a level with hip. Return
to original position. Ten times.
Same with left leg.
This exercise will affect the hips
Exercise 6. Standing erect, bunds
on hips. Rise on toes and back, ten
Standing erect, rise on left toes
and bend right leg until heel bits
buttocks. Reverse and do same on
right toes with left leg. Ten times
each. This Is n standing still running
These exercises wilt affect calves
Chin and neck exercises may he
added, by lying on tlie bed witli the
head hanging over the side and rais-
ing and lowering the head and rolling
the head from side to side.
These exercises will consume from
100 to 100 calorics, depending on tlie
original weight and the vigor with
which they arc performed. They aro
calculated to reduce the entire body
Try them in connection with the
diet proposed day before yesterday
and see how much you lose in a
Annual Family Reunion
Is Enjoyed Sunday
In keeping with an annual cus-
tom the Dole family gathered in
the home of Mr. anil Mrs. F. 1).
Dole, at Calumet, Sunday and
celebrated with a family reunion, j
It was the eighty-first birthday
anniversary of Mr. Dole and his
three children were all present.1
He was born in the slate of In-j
diana but In,the early days mov-
ed with his parents to Illinois.
He is a pioneer of Oklahoma |
coming here when the great move
was* made and homesteaded on
the farm now occupied by Hugh]
Wallace, near Calumet. After
leaving their farm Mr. and Mrs
Dole moved to Lawton but soon
returned to Calumet to make j
Those who enjoyed Sunday's
family gathering were Dr. and
Mrs. F. D. Dole, of Lawton, R.
R. Dole and family, .1. R. Maryl-
and family of Calumet, Dr. Chas. i
M. Pearce and family, of Me-
Alester and Clarence Sleeper, ot
The honoree was presented
many lovely and useful gifts. Fol-
lowing a bountiful dinner at. noon
the group spent the afternoon in-
I It \l< SITM’EK
—You Can Huy
A call to Phone 9528-F2
will bring- you service.
Delivered at Your Door
I). II. HROWN
SPECIAL OPENING RATES
- PERMANENT -
We have taken precaution to
insure your comfort and cool-
ness during the entire process.
BOLLINGER BEAUTY SHOP
■119 S. Bickford
ginia Thom, Virginia Barnard, ronlasn 1 article- and are sub-
Charlotte Jones, Margaret Petree.!divided into four parts. Italian
Vivienne Smith. Alice and Irene
von Merveldt and Mrs. Paul Ed-
Bridge was the diversion of
the evening ami eight favors
prisons have been divided into
two main classes. Firstly, there
are 5jt prisons, which are called
institutions for the execution of
sentences, and, secondly, 17 ln-
were arranged around the "Bon jstitutlons for the execution
in a manner to pj<>-
Voyage" ship that adorned the
leading table in the living room.
IMIIA in XNKR a novel 11< nuch
Mrs. Hugh Tiirnipseeil and her merriment and suspense In tin-
der. Mrs. E. R. Barnhart, en-j awarding of the prizes. Follnw-
rtained Sunday with a family jlng the first game the two high
liner in the hitters home, 501 scorers at each of the four tables
utli Ellison avenue, honoring was privileged to choose her gift
other sister, Mrs. R. <’. Shep- from the array surrounding tli
d, Mr. Shepard, daughter. Miss ship.
Ilia, anil son, (»lin, who left j After the awards were revealed
lesduy to make tln-ir home In the receivers were told that they
lid. would only be allowed to r.-tain
Tin* meal was enjoyed at 1 them If they made high score at
•lock anil covers were laid for the next table us they would be
e pioiher, Mrs. K. I. Goad, passed on to those milking high
r. Barnhart and daughters, score in each game and then
Uses Stella, Evelyn and Helen! when the games were completed
-Hi-. Mr. ami Mrs. II. F. Haney, the prize holders were instnn t-
Oklahoimi t’lty, the honorees' ed to return the coveted gifts
id hoab lies. to the ship, after which the
. —---I stores were added as
Frank Marlin, 1114 Sunset. | the eight
rive, is spending the week In
holding high lotul
I si urea were privileged to choose
their awards as follows:
sentences In a
Uct public security. The first
group lcludes major criminals
who have been sentenced to life
imprisonment to long sentences
ot "seclusion," and for the deten-
tion of personp arrested on seri-
The second group contains
more specialized Institutions, such
us agricultural colonies, work-
houses. Insane asylums, reform
schools, and curative Institutions.
The principle behind the en-
tire reform is tho prisoners
should not lie kept in solitary
confinement, but gradually al-
lowed to work in a community
with other prisoners. The pris-
oners will lie taught trades or
professions, and a general regen-
usual and |eratlon will result, which will
be beneficial lo society.
Special This Week
Gold Coast society, in Chicago,
is interested in the announcement
of the engagement of Miss Bertha
Palmer, above, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Potter Palmer, to Oak
leigh Thorne Lewis, son of Mrs.
Philip Chancellor, of Santa Bar-
For Ladies’ Golf ('lull
The Radies Golf club will meet
for the regular meeting at the
El Reno Golf and Country club
Wednesday morning, with Mrs.
Ray Maher and Mrs. T. VV.
Maher as hostesses at the lunch-
Play will bo for low net and
1-airlngs are as follows:
Mrs. Hayward Wright and Mrs
R. C. Rice.
Mrs. Emerson R. Kelso and
Mrs. Fred Hampton,
Mrs. Ed Montgomery and Mrs.
Sim Richard Reville.
Mrs. <’y Evans and .Mrs. Haydn
Mrs. Fred E. Percy and Mrs.
Walter 11. Campbell.
Mrs. Earl It. Woodbouse and
Mrs. John R. Funk.
Mrs. M. A. Aslihrnuk and Mrs.
Hadley C, Brown.
Mrs. Hitman Yoiingheim and
Mrs. Arthur T. March.
Mrs. Clyde Musgrove and Mrs.
w. D. Embury.
* * *
RECORD OATS V I KRI> CLAIMED
Greenville, Miss. (IP) A record
for Dixie oats yield has been
claimed bv the Nicholson planta-
tion, near here, which produced
ISO bushels to the acre.
Telephone Want Ads to No. 18
The judges chose .Miss Muuriuo
i Eady winner in a southern Oklu-
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ashbrouk ||,olnH beauty conti t held at^’red-
and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. R. Lrlck last week Miss Eady lives
M. Mallonee and son. Hob Allen,!at Frederick,
will motor to Kingfisher Ibis
evening where they will be Join- |],e.\GI T) RELEASES HIM) I1VSS
ed by Barnes Ashbrook for a
swimming party and picnic sup-
* * *
TIMES CHANGE PRICE
Utica, N. Y., ILP) Fishermen
in seareli ol black bass can bo
certain there are at I ast 800
in White Rake. They were
released bv the
Grand Island, Neb. (LP) When | ( |(,
a farmer hauls a load of corn to
(own here today he receives h-ss| |M>y ,,„on.:s i;\|*k,KT
tliaij 50 cents per bushel. But,I ... .. .... 1
, , to.u . , Mixia, Tex. (LP) Wallace 1-ilz-
in December, 18.ik, when Iu- , , , . , , .
, , , , . . , i ,, . |, gerald, lo-year-old Ennis lad,
hauled a load to old tort Wear- • . . . ,
, drew a crowd hero when he slio!
ney, government frontier post on ... .
, ,,, , , , „„ a 49 in nine holes ot golf. Wai-
tin' Platte river, lie received $4.36 . , , . I
. , , . . ,i lace made a birdie on the sei ond
per bushel from the government. ,
PLAYED STORK 1,5*0 time* —--- ——.
Minefield, Va. (LP)—Dr. Oran
K. Phlegar, Bluefleld, who was a
train de-spatcher before lie prac-
ticed medicine, lias kept account
of the births lie has officiated at
since he has been a physician.
The number is 1,540.
Anyplace in the City
EAT AT JONES'
A mighty nice, cool place
Fried Chicken - 35c
Fried Steak - - - 35c
All Kinds of Sandwiches
Miss Jones, Mis a Burkluilter,
Miss Smith. Mm. Chapman, Miss
Thom, Miss Alice von Merveldt,
Miss Flanigan and Miss Allen.
Tallies and other details of tin*
gnmis were of ship mollfs, while
a green and white color note
v us carried out In all the house
decora:Ions and appointments of
the dainty two course lunch
served foil iwlng the games.
Then the hostesses brought in
a miniature ship on a large sli-
ver tray that was arranged to re-
present an ocean scene with the
v-ave.- splaahlng upon the sides
id tin* ship, which was topped
with a banner reading "lion
Voyage from the Trtnnons.*’
A handkerchief shower from
th<* M-lub sisters made up the
ship’s cargo and proved a de-
lightful surprise for the guest
Ni xt meeting of the club will
h< .Inly 27, when Mrs. Hester
and Miss Burkhalter will enter-
tain with a picnic hi Concho.
DO a i \i(* ON BOAT
Boston (LP) Cnptaln DeWatdon
I Brown, oldtlmu seafarer, has
npent the past quarter of a cen-
tury aboard a ship, hut not unci'
during that period has he In- n
ai HCS Ills home. Where he has
long enjoyed a hermlt-Hkc exist-
ence, Is a house boat which lies
In a liny creek of Dorchester
A BI/.ONA FREAKS HIGlIVYAVs
Phoenix, Ariz. (LP) All signs,
signboards and soft drink stands
have been ordered off Arizona
slate highway right-of-way by the
State Highway Commission. No
advertising matter of any nature
will he permitted, the Commission
FRUIT STAND OPENING
1121 East Rogers
JULY 13, 8 P. M.
ICED WATERMELON, Whole
or Sliced. Also other kinds of
Fruits and Vegetables in season
at the right price.
MUSIC AND DANCING
By Local Colored Boys.
Ask Your Dealer For
This El Itcno Product
O-So-Good Coffee is the best
that money cun buy . . roast-
“d from the cream of the
crop... and sold at a fair
price ... try it... It’s differ-
ent and it hits the spot!
TWO BRIGHT NEW
PENNIES IN EACH CAN
FOR THE KIDDIES
El Reno Wholesale
Tribune Classified Ads
Cost Very Little
110 South Rock Island
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JULY 15
K. of C. Hall
Eddie Fates’ 8-Piece Orcheitra
Admission, 80 Ladles Free
9 Oceanic fish
11 Popular dance tunc
16 Bull) /
18 Hunk tone#
21 Former English
24 Apart (prefix)
26 Evening (poetic)
29 Chlneso'unlt of
31 Greek letter
SI High (music)
35 Roman numeral
36 Greek letter
38 Note of the scalo
43 An oyo (Scotch)
44 Of (preposition)
46 Chinese shrub
49 Continent (abbr)
titi Wear away
58 Feminine name u Mufflx used In nouns
60 Masculine name jj p-rUKa||iy
6t 8econd son of Adam 13 Kxclamation of sur-
62 Sphere of action |u-1m> (jj
fit Elongated fish Long-eared quad-
65 Short fishing lino rupeds
66 Wash out. as clothes j- Town In Belgium
DOWN 21 Jupunese coin
1 Dwarf Nk'Unamo
2 Between (French) -> Excite
3 Automobile BlorugO -s Repeated
,pjucc 30 lllver In Russia
4 Army officer (abbr.) *1 Note of Guido's
5 Tellurium (symbol) sculo
32 A connective
Sir Isaac Newton
proved that the law
of gravitation rules
the universe *** *
7 A brightly colored
8 Narrow strip of
33 Crude tnitul
41 Noun case (gram )
41 The theater
45 Mexlcun dltili
46 Be ill
47 Money of account
51 Fascinating woman
51 Heads (humorous)
58 Hurrix denoting
62 Aluminum (symbol)
•I Lund tneasura
The Indianapolis and Altoona races
Proved that Germ-Processed Oil will
J perfectly lubricate motors up to 120
t t t f / 1 *
miles per hour r »
Trml frith 4 Ce*nm PmspHtf . . Send in
outline nf your propottd motor trip nr let u» help
plm your trip Get • Conor© purport, Individ*
Hilly milked rosd mips ind other trivel helps
, .. «|| ikhl ' More thin 40,000 motorists used
this lervkt in the seison |ust past......
CONOCO TRAVEL BUM.All . . . Denver, Cvlorsdo
I A A A f f I N BASE
IT IS WELL TO CLAIM
BETTER TO PROVI
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