The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 46, No. 158, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 7, 1937 Page: 2 of 6
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3PAT, gEf-TOfSEE ?, 103
School Is Hoping |
Tor Oil Revenu
Marries Homer L. Cen-
well At Kingfisher
R I s. XTSSl Mr, «.l«2S!?KLS2f- ZT~, *‘y
«.««, Roc ave- sKSS' ^FSSJt;
i ''ere an exhibition of the work he
. iSd M ?oclety to the Brother- performs ln Hollywood as make-
hood ol Locomotive Firemen and i'P artist for Twentieth Centurv-
Enginemen. Regular meeting in Fox studios.
the Trainmen's since Son)a Heinie, Janet Gay-
T. M T. M. club. Hostess, Mrs. nor. Barbara Stanwyck Shlrlev
Dave Knppus, south of El 'Reno Temple nor none of the other .stars
TIII'Ksimy °« whom Sebastian generally works
Fldelis Sunday school class of J“*s “vailable, Mrs. Oennis Cub-
the First Presbyterian church. Hos- baye• aPted as the model,
tess. Mrs Lacy Kreger, north of Sebastian recomnumded that
El Reno, assisted by Miss Vida crcani first be used to loosen the
Kreger. make-up. and then plenty of
First division of the Altar society f,°ap fadd water L,sed *° cleanse
of the Sacred Heart Catholic L fa^ ?le f®ce should be
church. Hostess. Mrs. William n^nf h,V c eaned ^ spld be-
Mathies, southwest of El Reno Z Zu *• ■»>“««•
Royal Neighbors of America. Reg- WZ womcn
">■' mean, » ,» I. o o p 3
_ „ I ! "dash" not found in tlie Hollywood
PegRV Ann club. Hostess. Mrs. or eastern type
d0,hrln Jl“?ri,,«ton' wb° »>« enter-1 "Maybe it's the pioneer spirit"
tain at the ,iome of Mrs. A. L. lie said "but there's somethin'^
Wllkerson, southwest of El Reno about Oklahoma women that's very
Women's Missionary society of I stimulating to the eve They do
the First Baptist church. Regular have 10 be careful of their com-
plexions however, bocau.se Okla-
homa air and wind is not kind
to the skin "
Calumet Wedding At-
tracts Wide Interest
meeting at tire church for Royal
Ladies Golf club. Hostesses. Mr;
Hayward Wright and Mrs. Pearl Sebastian said Tvrone Power was
Putnam. 1 lhe hardest man In Hollywood to
Missionary society of the Central he haS
Methodist church. Program, fol-1 " * be*rA
lowed by a business session at 2 ■■,..T^ronf...°hav^ twloe a day but.
o'clock ln the church parlors with \e, a f°b t0 cover
Mrs. Ben Boggess serving as pro-1 P Vs fieavV beard so that his
gram leader and Mm W W Ms™ '°Z ,8n t s,mdow «" the Pictures "
ews in charge of the devotionals. , , ,eiT ar<* ^ types of faces
Division of the Women's council broad far^T i£|ln?£i0n!«5?®*-1
?..^.PlrfLChr!!tian ?.hVrch' ^ mixture of‘ good ,x>ln's and bad '
Climaxing a highsrhool romance.
Mis? Kathryn Eileen Barrett,
daughter ol Mr and Mrs. W. H
Barrett, northeast of El Reno, be-
came the bride of Homer L. Pen-
well. son of Mr and Mrs. Rov
Pen well. 518 North Choctaw avenue.
The vows were exchanged at
Kingfisher with Rev. Oscar Evan-
son. Methodist pastor, officiating.
The bridal couple was accompanied
by John Melnders of Yukon
Both Mr. and Mrs. Penwell are
graduates of the El Reno high-
stiiool, the latter having been a
member of the class in 1936 Mrs.
Penwell was president of the
Squaws, girls' pep club, and was
active in the Bonita Marica Catta
literary society in addition to hold
ing honorary membership ln the
Papoose, junior highschool pep club
The bride, who wore a royal
blue silk ci-epe costume with white
urceffcorles for her wedding, at
tended the Oklahoma College for
Women in Chickasha last term
where she was a member of the
Sltma Delta sorority and the Bi
Mr Penwell was graduated with
the class of 1937. prior to which
be lettered in football and was a
member of the Lettermen's club At
the present time he Is employed by
•be El Reno Motor Freight and
Tlie bridal couple, who Is located
temporarily at 518 North Choctaw
avenue, plans to depart within
the next few weeks for Los Angeles.
Calif., where they will make their
home and Mr Penwell will enter
a Diesel school.
* * *
WEST WAY CLL’B
Mrs H Worthy Vasey 413 North
Macomb avenue, was assisted bv
Mrs O R Ferguson in entertain-
iic the West Way club at cards
The bridge prizes were won by
Mrs John E Smith for high score
and Mrs. H. B Wilson for second
high while Mrs W M Chilton
was high ln the game of hearts
and Mrs W C Grove second high.
The mystery package was present-
ed Mrs. M J. Gallagher
Luncheon was served before the
club members adjourned to meet Ellison avenue
Oct. 4 in the home of Mrs ISmest
Hodgkinaon. 1005 Sunset drive, with
Mrs. R h. Turner as
* * ♦
ZJETSSZL for new off- S,,VW wdd"«
Icera of the Security Benefit as-
sociation will be conducted at a
meeting in the IOOF hall Oct
7 it was announced today.
The new heads include S H
Love president: Otto Mitchell virc
president: Mrs Elisabeth Lyman
second vice president; Mrs Della
Pvle. secrelary: Mrs Josephine
Dyer prelate: Mrs l*iia Roberts
conductress; John Roblycr. guard;
Jesse Roberts sentinel; Fkl
* ♦ *
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT!
CALUMET. Sept. 7—A large wed-
ding of much interest in this com-
munity was that of Miss Sibyl |
Davison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs j
C. L. Seamands. to Ed Johnson of
Stillwater, son of Mr and Mrs.
Qeorge Johnson of McAlester.
The wedding took place Sept. 1
in the yard of the bride’s parents j
with Rev John A Callan of Still- •
MCALESTER. Sept. 7—<Ufi>—Earlf
citizens of the community waitel
| Xn y M01' an bidicatlon as i|
I , e.tber the school district wo
at the threshold of pros|ierltv r|
I disappointment. f
i The term "Toole’s old school well
no longer refers to the water pum)
in the school s yard. Now it
the Gilcrease No. 1 of the Phillip
Petroleum Corporation, being drlllej
hair a mile from the school. Hi
well now sinking deeper in qued
of oil claims the attention of nearl
every member of the district, for o
! water reading the vows before an *h« San Francisco office of de- I ZnZl r °/ fa‘lur<> of ,he
aliar formed by a trellis banked partment of justice agents 1. 41? th,e of lhe Sfhool.
with flowers and ferns I rn.kine , . 8 * ** . sth°o1 strict is the poorei*
- 1 ™akmg Preparations to move to in Pittsburg county. Its school f
Wayne Lieterman, in charge of
i the vows before an j ,ne San Francisco office of
altar /ormed by a tre»ls banked i partment of justice agents
Nuptial"emusicKlwas1’furnished by I ™akln^ prtparation* *° move to |«n Pittsburg county. Its
Attendents of the bridal couple I Edgar Hoov»L his chief in Wash- ^®?U8e tde fl8,I'ict could not supt
were Miss Edna Mae Seamands. in*“>n. Li.terman wired Hoover £st ‘ Ihn°° (° ‘ts .own' ^ higf
maid of honor; Misses Virginia and for permission to stay because of in structure cavet
Ruth Seamands. bridesmaids; Misses | ,h. expected arrival of a blby
Nonh"" Rock" island avenue1' ^ ^ trou.^.re^He^Hn* fi,drn;hWe",0',0h'te The
Two. hos teas. Mrs. R. R. -Hilde- "When working on „ _ ,___* h Sa,,n and ,he t0P Kay Roman striped velvet.
brand, 714 South Rock Island ave- J plclure "in Themaking l”' usually
"^ree. hoste«. Mm. George £?5£ '5 2°
Lovell. 421 South Admire avenue. "Tlie amount they need varies
Four. hostess. Mrs. F R ] greatly. Shirley Temple has prac-
Oatighom. 620 South Ellison ave- tically none but Scnja Hetnie's is!
nue. j the trickiest, and most difficult
Five, hostess, Mrs. Charles Canon, i °f 8,1 ft is because of tlie shape
1119 South Macomb avenue. of hpr face.”
All church day program of the _ Sebastian formerly
- .rst Methodist church will be Shawnee and Oklahoma
held at 2 o'clock in the home of stul d,>°s some other
HOLLYWOOD. Sept. 7—(UR)—The .. ------ ----
late depression altered the off- ' ontlnues to disregard the "stand-
son, ring bearer; and Howard
Owrge of Stillwater, best man.
while the ushers were Harold
Bowers and Russell Padgham. both
of Stillwater, S A Thompson and
After the wedding the brides
parents entertained with a recep-
younK f'°uple will make
their home in Stillwater after a
Mrs. Johnson will enter Okla-
noma A and M. college at Still-
water this fall where she will be a
i Mr. Johnson is employed by the
Magnolia Petroleum company in
Mr and Mrs. W. E Poarrh and
family of Kingfisher spent Sun-
day wth the former's parents Mr
nnd Mrs. R. e. Poarch.
—_______. ,,,^rs ^eo Lfcwltt and daughter.
1 . . „ „ Wanda nnd Mrs Thelma Bowles
JAILER TO LOCK a11 of Oklahoma City, and Mrs
PRISONERS OUT «.y Z"Z’ ST? SLX
Lf W,SBUR° Pu . stpf. 7-IU.B Worth!" lS?oirt£S* cZttZ’m
.'Sr 52L5" rocrs;!r,,N M — e—
S" fir JSS.JL5S;Llh'
The part now in use comprise!*
----, , third of the building. The lie
though it interrupted the routine students who attended its summefi
was born to the Listermans and operate. Last year the summer
now they are ready for the trana- session had an average of thre?'
i Acme Photo. J J Pupils dally. The number jumped tlT
—_______________ 11 thls summer but the fariliu3f'
remained the same pa
| County School Superintendent
By ROBERTA LER
Clarence Marshall points out that*
the presence of oil in the viclnltf1
of the school—or its
school or its absence-'
holds the key to whether the schoc8.
Q. Wliat is the customary way d“fr‘t'f will continue to be th
to issue invitations to a theatre ,)aul)pr onp of the county ol
party? ! whether it will blassom forth witf 1
A By telephone I* new bdddlng_
Q When introducing a group of RPf’ODh cpt i>v
three women and three men, whai j* *
Is the order of procedure?
A First Introduce the women to
the women, then the women to the
men, and last the men to the men
Q. Should all guests leave at the
same time, following a luncheon?
/mi enuren aav program of the iormeriy lived it 7" ...iticu me uu- ______ «**v '**■ ana Mrs. t., m Hibler nnd
First Methodist church will be Shawnee and Oklahoma dtv He d,Uty nct,vlUes of motion picture situation at North-: Oliver Saunders departed Sunday
held at 2 o'clock In the home of """ do?s some other -in in tin,' p,ayrrs' '",d l,K ‘nfluer- “ ,astern DenltenUarv as — -------- - p ■ buntlay
Mrs. Phillip B Connors. 800 South onlv rpppn'lv having finished two'espec,ally 1,1 the cnse
Mr and Mrs. E M. Hibler and
Of hop. \"wrt, or m. H c. p. tal'.SVS"
! , . l,'p fnpaclty population Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge Bullock and
Orand Army of the Republic
circle Hostesses. Mrs. Lewis Wag-
gener and Mrs Oeorge White, at
the American Legion hall
Paris Styles j
constructive h^^stlU Tre be- , BV that time prisoners bad to M*?. Plato r^'rned* home^FYtdliv
ing followed by the players. (Imible-up with extra coLs in single night after a week's fishing trio
Mrs J. C. Patterson. 518 South |app chanwleristlcs of the Vion- ^ “nd®': h.op? *•«■>!»»» a !n W, , V‘^!,Un and ergs family in Nowata.
play on whlcti he has been work- gf* ,10 •> Plappd in corrldoi-s, Ml. nnd Ml. ' Wll, ■ —i
ing for several months. Wapdpn Hill not onlv appealed family ofBarh^' aTI x, an,d
Joan Crawfords hobby Ls singing f0 Washington. D C . an- ciavton ^ MyrtIe
She has been studying opera for ‘ 'hontles. but Intimated a bit of s .rdnv "oh TKf A^d”W spent
several years. Eventually she hopes; Pros"'>rP was being used to reduce o ? Jth*ir.-8lster' Mrs
the hobby will take tier to the con- Ihls Population Averltt. and Mr. Averttt in
cert stage wlien she retires from . ~— --I
motion pictures. JOHNNY comes liuMF. Murl Simmons of Norman will
Efforts Rewarded OUYMON—<41 - Johnny Walden aUend school here ihia coming
net collection of autumn and win-
ter cast times.
Bright rust and green suits with
belled Jackets and simple, dark
Feted At Dinner!?^/;™
, casual clothes, and dark suits
are shown wilh contrasting light,
DBS MOINES. Ia , Sept 7_<u.p)_
The value of Iowa's dairy produci
increased almost $10,000,000 la.i
year, reaching a total of $116 319
■ 000. as compared with $106 509
A They usually do, unless one in 1935. according to a report <
has been invited by the hostess to I the dairy and food division of tbi
remain for some specific purpose state department of agriculture
The value in 1936 climaxed a.,
upward trend during each of th’f
past five years. In 1932 the valu
was $80,829,822, in 1933. $84 770 *
180. and In 1934 $102,470 282
Tlie long-lingering type of guest is
never popular, and is often not in-
vited the second time.
Q Should a man sign a hotel
register, H. J. Adams and wife?
A. No; the proper form is Mr.
and Mrs. H J. Adams.
Mr and Mrs Fremont Magill an
Jack Porter of Oklahoma Cit
EC.G WITH TAll visited Sunday afternoon in th
BLACKWELL iJV-W. C Morill dome of Mr and Mrs Sai
found an egg with a tail In one! Rempel' 1,15 801,111 Roc|t Dlan
oi his hen's nests. A softshel' !av#n,le- _ 1
a tiny streamer
that measured four inches from Its
lip to the egg s apex from where
it extended Morill said he did
not know which hen taid the
Mrs. Jack Rice. Enid, entered (he
Ei Reno sanitarium Monday for
PURE JERSEY MIL?
Morning and Evening
R. L. BUCK DAIRY r
Phone 9538-F-5 *
white wedding, cake decked the ,^"co^t 7h“e ‘ShTa" | SE.KS T |
The guests were Mr. and Mrs beige tweeds arc edged with brad ohoin lht' was sent b>’ John Me-fot 1,ome of Oklahoma City spent the week-|
dal«h,'r' Dorothy hands of heaves from neckline to r°1nnnrk' "dtocoverer" of hrr mAIUC 7, end with the former s mother. Mrs
and EtJiel Mae. and sons. Howard hem. cut full, and made with cu/fs V°i? , „ tWOWK CtABMlHED ADS TO IK Virginia Meyers.
and Junior. Mr and Mrs. C. A and collai- of beaver Charley Orapewln. veteran chare-' -- _ ------
Bright daughter. Ila Pearl, and Silver fox lavishly trims dmm '*’r actor d'‘vo,es hls 8P«rt time to
son. Olerv of Calumet. Mr and suits and coats and mink emune T^,#ry He '"adp most
Mrs Lim’d Bright of Kansas City, dyed black and black fox boleros **7 f,Jnillure Ul *>*« home He
Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Puchs nnd are shown as evening jackets all [J!T>U,.11' hobby to work with
daughter. Joah. and son. Eddie with large sln ves. a,, evening 'Tn mg !!!inlng of. "Bil<l °"v
B a U-5S,-PP.-s. asswEESE
' ‘I"d mformally Monday tw 1,., * <1- McOInnts. daughters, knees io the Insteo-length hen,in . Ikrs lo PI«Pprlment
new dishes j
med informally Monday eveniiiB S . , * . anugmers. knees to the instep-length hemline' T.‘"' !,Rrs IO °xPPr1'11
1 ■ present included Mi s Ali,<- ?5“,N5>rn41 Janel1 Mr a,ul Mrs Evening gowns wilh amnio skirts mXe,i‘.ted " numbfr of npw d
M re Miss Viola Rush MKs i Mr a*^ Mr" Way- »re deslmi'l wl.h drajid ^s uSV1*, < M yr"“ — ,
Williams, Mias Frances Curlthorn HL and •r*1- Donald. Mrs and halter Hastening* and the sin J‘on'p *s overrun with antique1
M Thelma Mae Cullcv Clnioui1 ^r**lc^* K1,npn' **Us Helen More- skirt tendaney is shown m a grouu furnl,urr- hicludlng many Bavnr-1
" 1—.wBSJ1"” Sf-jptjis.ss!: r1 «»•"’»” Sics "s^r; Tr,,., „ ..
bodices dmped like broad ribbons of hu iL f;pendln* """'hi
I criss-cross over the bustllne leav- of rare wJ thp blwd^
I illo flam hnnU---— a — ak__ ... * ln(C IlOl.sO.S, I I) fllWiral lit— 1.1-
LANMAN FDRY. 8 MCE CO.
R* iieshmeiit.s were served durina
the evening which was devoted to
various games and contests
♦ • •
Lie and Jack McKlnstei.
iZTJJSSr I‘"a " .»n to tii"amtstline" Tab^ThuT^'h.1 h °Pera,lnK hla
‘ , K- A Purp Direciotrr evening gown ™SSr„thu* i“r.hr has avoided ex-
®rown entertained of pleated while sain,; full troiT- ,° arge su,n-s without
at n well appointed 1 o'clock din- parent skirls worn over stimuli ^,uni aR Is common with so many
!.'!L*Und?y a,.‘.hp h?"'p of her like gowns of lame; Z, ,X „ke ,Mnrmfn- V
M-day by~ M raTM,"' ^ ZSSfli ¥ l£Z> * ° 8",“h' ““’T ^
Hayward at their home s„,n„'”, «!r ________y". tan» high neck-
Kl Reno, when e^.lr^roSlaid\J
Ml and Mrs. Roes Cleaver ,,1 OR-
iidTfh-PlSi Mr and Mr' Rov
• Wanda Lwe and soils DhmvII
"iid Raymond. ' UB,rel1
HOW CAN I?
HoW "*n 1 mak* * rood patch
A A most practical patch bay
ran be made from a vard or two
U mosquito netting Tills enables
0 ‘ *** the oontents from the
outside, and there no ,u”e.X
S ,hr rori’ to n„;
the exact piece of goods wanted.
er?? 1 lr°n plciU prop'
lr0n pl,>ats dow" 'rom
"tie with the weave of the goods
will hang in straight lines
1 will not require
JJET Can 1 maka ^e shell,
of bolted egg. come off easily?
-5 S *SU" SLTZ
;i.hs Ml M
tendency to separate the
I rom the eggs.
*t-*v*i Nom Propa
>• II. A it I 4
In I days
Her guests were Miss Helen hues and fitted Il'iTT an 'oms'Ti'u'i- ^RI8TOW~ "^' When Creek
Huchtemaiin, Mias Evelyn wise, mg gowns in Uie collection b<’ard ^Hivxl to up
Miss Bernice Wise, Dick Bailey nnd Jr- "**• I Dronrinte r,.ru«. -----------
l>ewl.s Burnett, boll) of Enid. Jurk
Hemingway of Clinton nnd Bon
Connally of Oklnhomn City
- I ?l^rlnf*.KUnd* 10 ron""up lhe of-1
Fvelvn Stokes resumed her home <lei ,M«?™tr^»fami a*fnt nild
« deputy court clerk todav prokhnatelv 1 S^i Z'V "err ,,p- I
* *"*■* ‘E£«iw.lS’a'ssi. “ra
duties as deputy
• • • IN MILANESE!
Thin lovely Kayser underwear ia as
tailored as a uniform. Luxurious^
■kin-fitting, sleekly smooth, it will
keep fresh and dainty through
months ol washings and wearing*
As Seen in l ogue and Hamper’s Bazaar
Fresh as an
Yau wm ImI a IrMh n m Autumn Itmh
aw'inr haw much yuu walk In Tar«<a. Tor ihs
lenrnu Tor7« Pump, with iho lUilM* Ineop
fueflur. pnrmlii iho lam ,s flaw rrmolly a* rvory
Mop wiihoui ilia «il«hww binding m pmiwt
“ w 6.50 and 7.75
AAAA to B
4 to 9
is for Average
admired of all,
D is for Dazzling the
dashing and tall.
“! i‘ ir }. Hi ,
is for ‘ Follies’* the
“pony” sized doll!
All THREE .ire Mn-SinipUcity* g.irmcno, of Ucc hiti<rr nnd
twowsy ebstk like the -kci.h Whetl^r you am- S C
nil. or *hon.,uq a.k lor Model M«o M Ydurtor J
Be Qtoufied I ■ ■ fy, gossard
Admiring eyes follow
A new bright ihadt—
- high fashion”—f#r
A Thiuparklingnaw hoiieryeolor wa$
creaisd for you who ar* "ahead of
Iho crowd" In laihion > 1 t to harmo-
niie wilh iho cosluo# color family of
copport, rush ond browns. Smart, loo,
with black and iho now groom. In
ihoor chiffon ;:»
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