The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 46, No. 121, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 25, 1937 Page: 3 of 6
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SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1937
EL RENO, (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
Visitor Furnishes j| ;^r~j--—
Party Inspiration! lender
, ^— ---- - __
A vacation visKor, Mrs. Carswell MONDAY
Heer of little Rock, Ark., was the Eagles auxiliary. Hostesses at
Inspiration of the slumber party! social in the lodge hall, Mrs Leon-
»t which Miss Pauline York, 418, ard Duff, Mrs. Etta Parris and
‘orth Bickford avenue, entertain- ! Mrs. Sarah Gilmore.
sd Friday evening.
American Legion auxiliary. Reg-
« * *CTUilll^, ; niiAiuai.v. rvCg"
Croquet and a scavenger hunt! ular meeting at the home of Mrs.
tcupied the evening. Mrs Paul L *ne!!' nor*-*1 °I Reno.
z to“.'' a.viKrs vr1? *i a
hunt. Afterward an iced course Harrison, 400
as served and Saturday morning 1 Athn:
sunrise breakfast was enjoyed, j .
All appointments were marked with 7pgu. meetine ^ the p^i^n
a black and white color nnie -tcRuiai meeting in the Eagles hall.
° i Friendly Circle. Hostess. Mrs. R
Die guests included Miss Ruth) A. Watkins. 523 South Miles ave-
Bunnell, Miss Agnes Heinen, Mrs nue
Ben Reding, Mrs. George Walch, j Auxiliary to the Veterans of
Mrs. Walter Evans, Mrs. Lester Foreign Wars Regular meeting tn
Loren/en, and Mrs Dresser. j the post hall to elect delegates and
The hostess was assisted in her' alternates to the national encamp-
iospitalities by her mother, Mrs. I lnen^ *t Buffalo, N. R., Aug. 2b
W. E. York. 10 Sept' 3.
J U. G. Club. Hostess. Miss
HOME oi-'ivinysTR jitiihs Jimmie Kathryn Harrison. 800
FN.nv South Williams avenue
h°t,I.AL ***** „ ! Am,,y Club Host. William J
Social meeting of the El Reno Schulte, 1083 8outh Ellison avc-
Honie Demonstration club was en- nue
Joyed Tliursday afternoon at the Juniors of Security Hostess. Miss
home of Mrs Charles Bradley. 116 Betty Lou Keith. North N avenue
North Evans avenue A delicious Much Ado About Nothing Shake-
iced course was served at the spearean club Regular meeting in
conclusion of the informal after- the city hall from 9 until 10
The meeting tn three weeks will The Twelfth Night Shakespear-
bc with Mrs. C R. Cranmer 106 ean club Regular meetln» in th»
-South Williams avenue. city hall from 10:30 until 11:30
* * * ! o'clock.
As You Like It Shakespearean
RESIDE IN ILLINOIS 1!lub Hegular meeting in the city 1
Honoring Miss Fairry Hamilton.1 lal1 from 5 until 6 ° clock
who departed Friday to make her! __ . ~ ;---
home in Rock Island. 111. Miss I flO P 111 L»r t ‘I I lit
Rosemary Fox and Miss Margaret 1 1 Ell I lt3l till US
Davis entertained Friday evening
with a 6 o'clock buffet supper at
the former's home. 1111 South Ma-
Enjoying the courtesy in addition
to the honoree and hostesses were
Miss Betty Ellen Blake and Miss
Emily Jean Jones.
* * *
Study of the story "Cymbcline,'
provided the programs at the reg-
ular meetings of the Shakespearean
clubs In the city hall Friday
FETES MRS. OOYIE
Recent Bride To Depart
By ROBERTA LEK
HOLLYWOOD, July 24—tU.R)— j
Hollywood movie studio managers1
locked the gates today against j
an army of summer tourists
Officials said work lias been ^'®^n Thomas Bride ()t
Aug. 4 r Or Los Angeles Hampered, and stars and directors William I Slaiitrhfpr
_ are complaining because of the i ® *
unusual number of visitors with --
Surprise event of the week, which letters from home-town exhibitors Miss Evalyn Thomas, daughter
honored Mrs. Arthur Perrine, Doyle. ' asking a tour of the movie lots, j cf Mr and Mrs Uoyd L. Thomas,
tvas the miscellaneous bridal g0 manv crowded about a set northwest of El Reno, and William
shower given Friday evening by several days ago that Leslie How-! J Slaughter, son of Mr and Mrs
Miss Madge Imboden and Miss j ar<i refused to go before the W. W Slaughter, 7Q3 West Wade
Heua Jane Lackey at the latter's cameras. It was said. street, were married Saturday night
home. 803 South Roberts avenue. - * * * | at 8:30 o'clock at the parsonage
Mrs Doyle, whose marriage April Max Baer may come back to, °f the Central Methodist church.
10 was announced only recently, pictures. ! Rev Oscar L Adams, pastor,
is me former Miss Lora Day I.ac- Universal studios was negotiating performed the simply celebrated
tey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. today to make another movie with 1 ceremony, which occurred on the
p Lackey. She plans to depar. t-ne |,|B boxer, who was in Holly- twenty-seventh wedding anniver-
■vu®', * ;or _ . Angeles. Calif., wood before he lost the heavy- sary of the bildegroom's parents,
“ome V W‘eht cba^P‘onship. The only attendant for the bride
The evening was spent infornial- -.ST^ ^ to “* f“m Arthur Moss of Oklahoma
ly with the honoree's array of gifts * * * “ -----
displayed from a table. An iced ] Constance, Worth, pretty ycung
course was served Australian movie actress, denied
The Invited guests included Miss m a court answer today that her
Ida Blatti of Sulphur. Miss Ernes- marriage to George Brent was not navJ' blue chiffon dress, fashioned
tine Taylor and Mrs. Edward Be- 1 in compliance with Mexican law. smartly with puffed sleeves and a
jeck of Yukon. Mrs. J. H. Beam She opposed the Irish star’s. swing shirt. The neckline was fin-
of Oklahoma City. Mr and Mrs. suit for annulment. Brent, form- ! t'bed with a Deter pan collar, which
Richard Hay and daughter, Clara or husband of Ruth Chatterton, stood up In the back and was com-
Jcan. Mr. and Mrs EM ward Har- bad tiled suit several days ago. pleted with a jabot. Both wer •
rison and son. Billy, Mr and Mrs. Miss Worth said two friends were edged in white Blue shoes and a
C. P Lackey. Mrs Homer Rick- ,p8al witnesses and that she and while, off the fact hat. completed
etts and grandson. Ernest Rick- ,be. actor lived together as man Mrs. Slaughters costume. Her arm
bouquet was of pink gladioli.
_i Both Mr and Mrs. Slaughter
were graduated from the El Reno
highschool in 1935 after which the
latter completed a business course
at Hill's Business university In
City, herself a recent bride. Mr.
Moss served Mr. Slaughter as best
The bride was attractive in a
Q Is a dinner invitation issued
in the name of the hostess only-»-
A. This Invitation should be in
the names of both the host and
Q. What are the chief essen- [
I rials of a well-written business
A The business letter should
' be as lucid and brief ils possible. 1
Phllalathean literary society.
Mr Slaughter was a member of
Senate, debating club for boys,
i president of the "E" club and in
1935 won the "E" club trophy,
! offered to the best all around
j graduating athlete. He lettered in
| football basketball and track. For
the past two terms Mr Slaughter
has been attending the Oklahoma
j City university where he is a
member of the varsity basketneil
Mr. and Mrs Slaughter will
establish their home in Oklahoma
EXCLUSIVELY AT BLAIR’S
Here is a better frozen dessert
made for discriminating judges
of ice cream. You. tint, will pre-
fer the distinctive flavor of
Peerless. . . .love its mellow,
creamy richness that can come
only from high pure cream con-
tent and expert blending.
"One Taste Will Convince You"
A Problem A Day
MISS HAMILTON TO
Mrs Alpha Hurst. Mrs Rebecca
Bradbury Mrs Esther Hr bar. Mrs
Nora Fades. Mrs A A Riley. Mrs
Ralph Imboden, Mrs Clarice Davis,
Mrs George Dovle. Miss Evelyn
Gaughorn Miss Twila Reuter, Miss Joh» walked 4 miles an hour Ctclahonia City where she now is
Verna Bornemann. Miss Genevieve j downhill and 3 miles an hour up- employed at the Mid-Continent
Long. Miss Iona DeBatini. Miss traveling a distance of 60 News office. She plans to continue
Dorothy Rush. Miss Nellie Doyle. su*f1 hours. ^ How many miles, per duties, while in school herr
Mrs Slaughter was active in the
Squaws, girls' pep club, and the
Florence MrDougal and Miss Marv he waJk uohtll?
_ . * Avaivvn
* * *
Only routine business was trans-
A NS WER
24 miles. Explanation— Multiply
60 by 3; subtract from the pro-
duct of 17. 3, and 4.
A trio of host'sses. Mrs Stanley
Camper. Miss Corinne Courtney
and Mrs. Robna Lollar. entertained
Thursday evening with a miscel-
laneous shower at the home of
Mrs LoUar. southeast of E3 Reno, i
honoring Miss Iona Quigley of j
Geary, whose marriage to Earl I
Shankiln of Bridgeport will be
an event of the near future
Cut flowers in low bowLs were |
... „„„ riiuay. arranged about the rooms in a
Dramatization of the story was decorative note while a miniature;
preceded with a discussion of in- house surrounded by a picket fence j
t reductions at the session of the wlth a tiny bridal couple stand-1
Much Ado About Nothing club. I under a white umbrella which I
Rehearsal of Merchant of Venice," I hung !rom the chandelier It was
to be given next Friday at Legion 1 showered with whit# streamers.
I>ark was conducted. Games and a contest were the
Doris Reynolds related the story diversion of the evening with Miss
lor the Twelfth Night club, while Quigley winning the prize Dell-1
tile As You Like It group dramatl- clous refreshments were served
■BllH " mil.. TT___1___ _
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Street of
£'the SS N#,e.hir«arr Utah. ‘ departed Saturdav
In the I o A Z ^m^Ca followi'"< a da>’*- vts“ wlth
^ °.T® M„,H wT1l. Sday her sistpr Mrs J C Stickley. and
Mark r- Mr 8tlckley 533 South Miles ave-1
Si £ X thZl aZxi s , ui They p‘an vLsit at p°ints
will be held there Aug 5 ln Kansas before returning home
Mrs P.'!,SMrs Jennie Snow, daughter. Miss
Mrs^^u^^telko and .daugh- uelma, and son. Wayne, of Hunne-
well. Kan . arrived Friday for sev-
eral days' visit with her sister.
Chicago. 111., have arrived for a
week's visit with their son and
brother. Rev E. H Pittelko. and
Mrs. Pittelko. 907 South Hoff ave-
Mrs H. J. Huchtemann. and Mr
Huchtemann, 807 South Bickford
avenue, and with relatives in Yu-
end "Cymbetlnc" Billy
won the best actor award
The guests Included Mr Shank-
tin's mother. Mrs Dale Lee and
... __ . _ : ------ mis uiuuirr. ivir
Miss Helen Putnam was a visitor daughter Oleta of Biidaenort
at the meeting, which was con- ££ £ c'e,n K
eluded with prayer
The clubs will convene in regu-
lar session Tuesday
* * •
GOLF CLUB HOLDS
Spear Miss Gladys Crump and
Miss Arm lids Thompson of Calu-
met. Mrs O E Dresser. Mrs.
R H Thompson. Mrs. Cal Everett.
Mrs Earl Sturdavant. Mrs Don
rresser and daughter. Donna Rue
Guaranteed 0 K Used Cars
Are Always Better
- . _ _ I unwind , lAMIIIH OUr,
Mrs. Emerson R Kelso won the Miss Geraldine Snow Miss Velta
bell in the championship flight J Siler and Miss Mvrtle Sturdavant
while Mrs Fred H Hampton re- • • *
reived the class A award at the WATERMELON FEAST
weekly play of the Ladles Oolf | held LAST WEEK
club Thursday at the El Reno i
Golf and Country club a
Mrs. C A Evans and Mrs Fred STSte tt^U *
H Hampton entertained at the1 Ml Btu, Mrs & . k
^.’1“ r.J™' "1 tenor*. Ken
When You Buy a Used Car Ask For
_ An 0 K Used Car, Then You Will
Be Assured Satisfactory Service.
Hostesses at the luncheon next
week will be Mrs. Jesse W Haydon
and Mrs James E Kelso.
* * * ,
E'»RST OF SOCIAL
First of a series of summer
socials to be given bv the First
Methodist Episcopal church was
held Frida v evening at the home
o' Mr and Mrs J L. Carter, 908
Booth Ellison avenue
Anproxlmatelv IN) members and
friMidx attended the event. The
Btotip was led In old-fashioned
Mt «lng by Walter P Marsh and
refreshments were served.
• * •
H E UREAM SOCIAL
Members of the Auxiliary to the
Veterans of Foreign Wars will en-
tertain Monday evening on the
'awn at the home of Mr and Mrs
H. E Harrison. 400 South Admire
avenue, with an Ice rreain social.
Proceeds will be contributed to the
Mrs Ella Allen. 309 Raal Wade
slrtel. has returned following a
week's visit with her grandaoti.
E A Miller, and Mrs Miller, in
Rtx Ferguson and L. O. Sparks
of Oklahoma City, Mr and Mrs
Roy Pen well. Mr and Mrs C.
Schlosser. Mr and Mrs H. E
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Tires and finish on this car is A-l
1934 Chevrolet Coach
Knee action wheels, Fisher No-
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1934 Plymouth Coach
Motor has been completely re-
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1929 Ford Fordor
With original 12,000 miles, this
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1930 Chevrolet Coupe
Wire wheels and good tires. Motor
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Radio Kqnippcd, nearly new tires,
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1935 Chevrolet Sedan
Good paint, upholstery looks like
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193S Chev. Town Sedan
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1934 Plymouth Coach
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Tires show very little wear, and
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1930 Chevrolet Coupe
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 46, No. 121, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 25, 1937, newspaper, July 25, 1937; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918724/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.