The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 141, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 14, 1931 Page: 4 of 8
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Funeral Will Be in Yukon
nv Tiuni vi: ronnEM>oM>ic.vr
Yukon, July 14 Mineral s?rv-
iies for Mrs. Ike Simmons, X2,
'vi 11 he held Wednesday hi 4:0i>
l'. M. at the Turnin' Funeral
Home and interment will i>n
made at Frisco cemetery. Mrs.
.-immons died at 9:30 a. m. Mon-
lay In her home in Oklahoma
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Putt an-
nounce the marriage of their
duughter, Kvelna to M. I,. Stewart
The wedding was an event of
July t> In Sapulpa.
Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Dohague, of Shaw-
Miss Margaret Whelan is spend-
ing the week with Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Whelan in Kdmond.
Mr. C. V. Coyle is recovering
from a sun stroke received when
he was working In his yard Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will i urday
make their home in Lenopah. , A,isa Mary Hoyd Is spending
Vi koW bripw a few day8 w,th Ml8a Ina Mary
A IKON BRIE** Me Elroy in El Heno
Mr. and Mrs. John Turner and
son, Martin, and Mr. and Mrs.) rHll,D HYPNOTIZES SELF
Richard Thompson, of Oklahoma
City, spent Sunday at Enid visit- Frederick town, ()., (IP) Doc-
ing relatives. ^uls attending Clarence Fletcher,
Mr. and Mrs, Leo Whelan, of flVe- 'njurerl while playing, de-
Lawton, were visiting Mr. Whel- '!ari' lntssesaes the rare, pow-
ait's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James 11 of self-hypnosis. Tlie lad is
THE EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
SOCIETY RUMORS THEIR BETHROTHAL
BUKINS TOPIC OF
uhle to indues upon himself an
Fred (loodman of Shaw- j 1‘iHensiDio sleep so deep
nee, spent ■Saturday with her son, , Pbynlclaiui are able to give him
Dr. Leroy Goodman. delicate treatment without aid
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Ant had as,"1 Hn anesthetic.
| Will They Wash?
They Will Wash! |
nmiMi crepe ..
Htehll's w a s li a hh
silk. In pastel (luls.
... A fine quality,
rough weave, wash-
. . . Pure dye silk,
self color stripe,
PRINTED c II F. 1* R
WILLOW . . . Ex
elusive design s,
heavy quality, wash-
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4-H Club Meets With
< . • *
Society Is agog over rumors of was
the engagement of Mrs
Girls or the Calumet 4-H club
met at the home of Miss Louie,o
Draper Monday afternoon when
their program was a baking dem-
onstration and reports of work
during the past month.
Miss Harvey Thompson, coun-
ty home demonstration agent,
gave instructions on the bak-
ing of oat meal cookies and whole
wheat muffins, ami s
the actual baking of them.
In the reports it was found
that all the girls present had
Completed all their sewing and
home improvement articles ac-
cording to assignments.
Miss Virginia Dove, 317 South
Evans avenue, returned Monday
from a fort night’s visit with re-
latives and friends In Kansas
(Tty and St. Louis, Mo., and
Springfield and Chicago, 111.
Miss Dove will depart Friday
for Los Angeles, Calif., where slip
will attend the Dancing Masters
of America Teachers Normal
in that city
",r...... nlrH’ Murlel rhur(!h. who is the daughter' of! school which opens
\ under.,llt ( Inircii divorcee or two Mrs. Graham Fair Vanderbilt is ! July 20.
;ven.rs.,m|d Henry Phelps of New one of the wealthiest women in1
them. American society.
port, II. I. Tliis photo of
TEIfltlKK CHI RCHGOKH
Portland, Me., (LP) — Jocko,
wire-haired terrier owned by 011-
Iher Oakley, of Falmouth Vore-
of Seminole, sponl a few day’s'*’!!*: Is a reK,llnr churchgoer. 0 . . .
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ben ^ith ,he ,lrat ',eal of ,ha guests in the home of Mr
Miller and family. I'111* moruinK bells, be runs half J, ®"“ln Mr;
a mile from hl„ i........I (,aIfis 8l!:,t0r' Mra- U. A. Sweet
Mrs. Curl Wright and children
Miss May Thomason, of Rich-
land, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs, M. W. Dodson In Ok-
lahoma City. They attended the
ball game ii^ the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gales and
sen, John Wesley, of Dallas, Tex,,
Several of the'children of this !' "l!*® hl" 1,na>,*T« hom«
lo St. Mary’s Episcopal church
gjV\ “Tailored Lady”
1 Summer Frocks
* - TO BRIGHTEN YOUR WARDROBE
A TYPE FOR EVERY OCCASION
Ji Mrs. \\ I. Hutton and daugh-
ters, Fern and Thelma, spent Sat-
urday afternoon at the Hen Mil-
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Cool, of
Dresses of height-of-the
season styles at end-of-the
season prices. An unusual
offering at an opportune
time for that mid-sum-
you’ve been p r o m i s i n g
yourself. Dresses former-
ly sold at $16.75, breath-
taking values, reduced to
an a 1m o s t nomin a 1
.. community attended the Red ,.....„......’’ " , '“T ",ur,',‘I avenue
Hoek Sunday School picnic at ?u *Jde th? fro,,t d,M,r
■'Legion Park Sunday. throughout the servlees.
and Mr. Sweet, 111!) South Hoff
BIRDS INTO STREAM
Waynesburg, Pa., OF) The
heat was so intense here recent-
ly It hat a flock of birds-nearly
drove hat hers from Ten Mile
G rust on, West Virginia, are Creek. Flocks of birds from near-
,spending (he week with Mr. and ■ „y fields came swooping down
., . , "1*in,i family. 0|, thP stream. They hovered
Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Hopkins liear the bank all day.
and family and Mias Susie Golden ! ._______ /
w«re Sunday dinner gueata at i mm xcf iron
the home of L. H. Eaton. ‘
Mrs. John Johnson and chll- ,, Mr " (U5'
‘Iron „f Ardmore, ........ Sunday mfty H‘U1
ami Monday with Mr. and Mrs ,<<!°n " Ameiicana
fering, of flounce iron, found re-
cently In the William C. .lletchell
homestead liere. The iron was
used in olden times to Iron the
ruffles In the wide flounce col-
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. If. Ramey,
of Axial, Colo., announce the
birth of a daughter, July S. Mr.
Ramey is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Ramey. The Ramey fam-
ily formerly lived in El Reno.
to his col-
an olil gof-
T. R. Golden.
„ , Mr and Mra A F. Klllaon
anil daughter, Ruth, were Sun-
day evening callers on Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wllkoraon
and son, Albert Lee, were Sun-
day dinner guests or A. E. Elli-
son and family.
6 6 6
LIQUID OR TABLETS'
Relieves Headache or Neuralgia In
30 minutes, Checks a Cold the
first day, and checks Malaria it
666 Salve for Baby’s Cold
* u amount. j |
Smart New Prints 1
Moscow, Ida., (LP) Two years
ago L. H. Reeder, farmer, lost
bis pockeibook containing $4.7.
The other day he was plowing
u wheat field when a furrow re-
vealed his pocket book. Tatter-
ed remnants of Die currency with-
in were still there and enough
could be tfiade out of the r<>-
nmltis lo recover $2.
CONDUCTOR. .10 YEARS
Port month, Ohio., (LP) Fifty
years as a conductor on the B.
tit 0. railroad was the record of
Patrick Murphy when he retired
here on a pension.
Phone Classifieds to 18
XITO plates copper
Phoenix, Arl*., RP) Determin-
ed to aid the copper Industry in
every possible way, Governor
George W. P. Hunt has naked
the Highway Commission in in-
sist that. 1932 automobile li-
cense plates he made of copper.
EL RENO TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
Transfer, storage, packing,
shipping. Local and long dis-
tance moving and heavy haul-
112 W. Wade
R. E. WHITLOCK, M0r.
C. H. KRUMM, See’y.
Felts and Panamas
Cleaned and Blocked
Ladies* Felt Hats, 50c
Evans & Fales
And none can be any
smarter than the ones
we are offering at this
These same d r esse s
would he an excellent
bargain at a price uf
It will pay every one, to take advantage of our Big Annual
Clearance Sale. Every Department is chuck full of wonder-
ful values. A visit to our store will convince you that it is
more than worthwhile to do your shopping.
MORE FOR YOUR MONEY
[ DID YOU KNOW?
Illustrated Question Box
By R. J. SCOTT
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TUESDAY, JULY 14, 19
#>». . . >’ /'
By LOUISE GERARD
“. . . if you get in you won’t get very
far . . . and I don’t miss my man . . .”
“. . . you are the only man ... I thought
you had another girl... so I had to invent
a man ... I loved you from the first . . .”
READ IT BEGINNING JULY 19
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Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 141, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 14, 1931, newspaper, July 14, 1931; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918679/m1/4/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.