El Reno Sunday Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 142, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 17, 1932 Page: 3 of 6
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iUNDAY, .JULY 17, 1932.
.’AW FOR GUEST
Luncheon Bridge Is Pret-
d Victors continue to be the in-
piration for entertainment us the
jumpier season progresses into its
.warmest days. An especially in-
[acrcsUng one of the past week was
die 1 o’clock luncheon bridge with
pKi^hieh Mrs. George W. Brinkley,
|nl 088 South Ellison avenue, eom-
ballnicntcd her house guest, Mrs.
-fames C. Wallingford, of Tulsa.
P*11' An abundance of garden flowers
P Vcrc artistically arranged about
P:,<hc rooms and formed the table
In the bridge games high score
(&as made by Mrs. W. H Zimmer-
111111, while Mrs. Davis Vandivier
|J';:»ecelved the favor for second high.
the honoree was presented a love-
V. B. A.
La Thoquilt of the W. B. A. was
'■‘hushed at a meeting Friday at
I, mine of Mrs. S. K. Little, 516
poulh Roberts uvenue. Friday when
jlans were made for a' benefit
■" jridge party to be given July 29.
, fills quilt will be one of the prizes
•iro lie won during the evening.
EL RENO (OKLA.) SUNDAY TRIBUNE
Stillwater Citizens “Chip In”
To Pay Olympic Expenses Of
Ed Gallagher, Veteran Coach
MM°leHarvcyUbD^ertS' 417' North' Cinderella (,'rls Enjoy xhe 8t0ry of Ed Gallagher. ’The
Choctaw avenue. Various Events Rockne °f Wreat“n“'" wl“ e° d<?w,:
Women's Benefit Association.
Regular meeting in the Train-
as an epic in sports annuals for
this lithe and hardy mentor of
morning the group hiked west of i
El Reno where a campfire break-1
| fast was enjoyed. A kid party wasj
the form of entertainment Friday j
afternoon when Miss Anna Stine
1712 South Barker avenue, was]
I Appropriate games and contests
were played and favors were pres-1
1916 when the Aggies _ 1C.’ • ented as refreshments were served,
took intercollegiate wrestling. Oal-j* "****** ***** ^ " ********** K That evening each club member
lagher became interested in wrest-
ling for two reasons:
Outstanding on the social calen-1 Oklahoma A. and M. College learn- Fitst" in ,*'*s engineering worl
Rainbow o,„ Ra8«,„ —.! S IT STS.'2jUHT-ZZ?*
in the Masonic Temple. I that are to be concluded Monday I As a college student Gallagher jy applled Hc jmparled
J. C. L. Hostess. Mrs. H. G ] night by the Cinderella club. loved sports and to him the prin-
Walch, east of the city. j In continuation of the series that J ciples of leverage in engineering
Mu Gamma Chi. Watermelon I began Wednesday morning. Miss meant something more than mere
supper at Legion Park for members Helen Belle Barnhart, Miss Eva mechanics, while the study of ana-
and friends. Mac Miles and Miss Charlotte Mim tomy caused him to connect the
Sailorettcs. Hostess, Miss Frien-
da Dcnwalt, west of the city.
Ladies Golf club. Hostesses. Mrs
Davis Vandivier and Mrs. Sim
Irving entertained with a swim! theory of forces properly applied
and picnic Thursday evening at to the tiring or resistance of inu-
Kingfisher. The club members! scles in the human body,
were accompanied by Mrs. F. N. This resource, ui coacn will be on
living, Mis. E. G. Miles, Mrs. Vii-i hand at the 1922 Olympics to set , bluing the results of the two ob-
principles to members of his squad,
teaching them holds and counters
that won matches and champion-
ships Galore and A. and M.
In the second place, he learned
invited an extra guest to the wein-
er roast given by Miss McKinster
on the farm of her aunt, Mrs. H.
H. Bright, and Mr. Bright, three
Tennis Saturday morning and a and a half miles south of El Reno,
swim at Darlington that afternoon The special group included Miss
concluded activities of the round Helen Mae Lorenzen, Miss Mil-
of parties featured last week by | dred Von Tungeln. Miss Mildred
the Monti Delta club. Steenrod. Miss Eva Mac Brock, of
The series began with a 7 o'clock Oklahoma City, was the only out
dinner Wednesday evening with of town guests.
Miss Margaret McKinster. 506
VIE CAPITAL TEAM
Tilt Slated for 2:30 Sun-
day at Fort
The El Reno polo team will
clash the Oklahoma City club team
at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon
at No. 1 field, Fort Reno, it was
Lineup ior El Reno will be: Bill
Barry, Hugh Buie, Robert Town-
gll Shaw and E. R. Barnhart.
his four members of the United, serrations he developed a scientific
The slumber party that evening states wrestling team swing into' system of coaching which sports
Employes of the Hart Motor was en-'oyed with Miss Mary clara j action. I experts agree has never been ox-
Dix, 312 East Wade street. She No funds in Budget celled in college wrestling,
was assisted by her mother. Mrs a depleted sports expense budg* 1 Gallagher never was a famed wrest-
Charles Dix, in serving a lovely ct at the Aggie school could not ] ic, himself, and never even took
mid-night luncheon. keep Gallagher, so the citizens of | part jn an intercollegiate bout.
A waffle breakfast was given Fri-, this college city, firm in their be-1 But during the sixteen years he
day morning by Miss Viola Arm- lief that the famed wrestling men ! has coached the Aggie team, hi
] old. 107 North Hoff avenue, who i tor should attend the Olympics charges have won 78 of 82 dual
i used the Cinderella motifs in all j and that his four men would do j meets with other schools,
'appointments and in the games j better work with him on the side-] Beginning in February. 1921. and
Meeting of the Woman's Culture j that followed. Cinderella dolls i lines, chipped in on a purse to extending until February, 1922,
pay his way |Gallagher wrestlers wen 71 con-
The four Oklahoma Aggie men secutive dual meets besides winning
selected at the Olympic wrestling; four national intercollegiate chain-
ti inis at Columbus. O . this month pionshlps and numerous A. A U
to represent the United States in championships. Finally, on Fcbru-
thc main show in California are i ary 27. 1932, Coach Paul Keen,
her mother. Mrs. Emma Armold.; Robert Pearce. 123 pounds; Mel- who learned wrestling from Gal-
J and her sister. Miss Evelyn. | vin Clodfcltcr. 145 pounds; Jack j lagher. brought his University oi
W. R. C. Another interesting event of Fn- Van Bobber. 158 pounds, and Con- Oklahoma team to Stillwater and
Eight members of the Women's j day was the luncheon bunco party rad Caldwell, 191 pounds. Eacli of] after a tough match, won by the
Relief Corp met Friday afternoon I at which Miss Louise Slickley. 533 the quartet either holds or has] dose score of 14 to 13
in the I. O. O. F. hall for routine I South Miles avenue, assisted b> I held one or
business. The next session will be j her mother, Mrs. J. C. Slickley. cn championships.
tertained. I In addition to these four inein-
Gardcn flowers, in orchid, pink j bers of the first team. Jack Riley
and green colors, were used in dee-j of Northwestern University, select-
* * * send, Wiley Jones and probably
from hTs "studies "oTanatomy^and I ”°f‘ avenuc' as h°stcss' ’ O'CLOCK DINNER clarence Royse. The Oklahoma
I slsted by hci mother. Mrs. J. W Mr and Mrs Hay i^utteell. <1011 City team is composed of Jack
McKinster. A pink and white col Soulh Rob,.lLs ttVenue, had as Shafer, Roy Barry. Jay Pcrrj.
or scheme was employed. their 7 o'clock dinner guests Friday1 “Doc” Rclchman and Clifford
After the dutch line party and eVening Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bodinc Fratcs.
refreshments at a local drug store and daughter. Miss Ocrtrude. i A large crowd is expected to
the girls were guests of Miss » . I witness the tilt.
Frances Mowre who entertained at TKKS mesa _
the human body that pressure ap-
plied to certain muscles caused
them to become fatigued; by coin-
company in El Reno and Yukon
will feature a chicken supper Mon-
day evening at the Legion Park
here for their families.
About 75 arc expected to attend.
The quilt of the W. B. A. was
• * *
club will be held at 7:30 o'clock j formed the place cards. Miss Kath-
Friday evening at home of Mrs. J. ryn Beale won the contest prize.
H. Norvell, 710 South Hadden avc-1 Miss Jeanne Daniels, of Shawnee,
nue, at which time all members j a former member, was the only ad-
arc asked to bring their quilt I ditional guest. The hostess was
blocks for quilting during the so- ] assisted in her hospitalities by
home of her sister-in-law. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Kimball and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Imbcdcn.
John Mowre. 934 South Miles ave- iqo7 Sunset Drive, entertained i son. Edward. 701 West Wade street,
nue, with a slumber party. Con- mcmbcr5 0f the Tres Mesa cl lb are spending the week-end with
tests were featured until midnight and „ B,-oup 0f additional guest.-1 their daughter and sister, Mrs.
when a lovely luncheon wus ser- Priday evening j Merle Penny and Mr Penny in
VCJ. . ... Those other than club members I s,***wa*®r' -
Thursday morning Miss Mowre ,, ... ... .... ,
„ ........ . , . , . . . , were Mr and Mrs. Monte Phillips, mss- . , .... .
served breakfast at her home. 811,, ... , w . , I
Q„„,. i Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Mount and.---
South Miles and Was ... , ,
. . ,. _ Mr. and Mrs. John Owens. High,
slsted by her mother. Mrs. W R , . ... .
,, score favors were won by Mr. and
Mowre. ,, _. . ..
,,, _ ,, _ _ Mrs. Edward Webb.
Miss Pauline Evans. ,i29 South , ,
........... „ .. . . . , The hostess was assisted in ser.'-1
avenue, was the hostess to a 1 . . ... ,, .
ing an ice course by Miss Madge I
Evans. In two weeks the club I
will meet with Mr and Mrs. Ro;.
Stafford. 920 Sunset Drive.
o'clock luncheon Thursday. Shasta
daisies and cannas were observed
at vantage points about the rooms.
while table centerpieces were ol
sweet peas. A green and yellow ,, , ... , . ,, .
, , , ,, Mr. and Mrs Jack Mathews and
color note was successfully car- , ,. „ . _ ,
ried out daughter. Peggy, of Denver. Colo.,
arc guests of Mr. Mathews' purents.
Mi. and Mrs. J. P Mathews, 408
a social meeting in three weeks.
The afternoon was spent at |
more outstanding! a(W1Uon l0 thc four men j a"d bunco. Miss Mowre win- Island avenu~e
plat ed this year, six Oallaghcr-! ”‘nB lJ* bridgc, pnzt' und Mls _
coached men were selected for the
Olympic squads in 1924 and 1928.
The “Rocknc of Wrestling" is a
'Members of the Rainbow Girls 1 orations about the rooms. The col ed as heavy-weight representative W(.u bul|t man of medlum welghl
drill team met Friday evening for-01* notc was repeated in the pan; was coached by Orin Stutc 1 ‘‘•ian(j height, and moves with thc
work with their director. Fred Wal-1 details, including the centerpiece - Oklahoma A. and M. and student ,;0SC of a gchool-boy. He is keener
lace. In the Masonic Temple. There of *hc d^srtet tables. ^ of Gallaaher^ Of tliose ■rf]]octed as 1 mentally and more active physical-
arc 24 girls who arc relive in
thc recently formed group. Reg-
ular meeting of thc Rainbow Order
will be held Wednesday. i"icms. wnllc «» *••«»>' aean, wim-rrsny ^o. wrestling squad
Ed’s favorite recreation is golf
1 and hr usually shoots in the 40 s.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Stoncman
Mrs. Anna Stoncman. Miss Louis'
Stoncman and Miss Delphim
Stoncman will enjoy a breakfast
and swim Sunday morning at
Miss Daniels and Miss Evelyn | alternates. Carl Deugcvito. 168 ,y thftn mftny nMjn ha,f hlg agp
Hurst were additional guests. High pounds, of the University of Mlchl- Hc personally directs all his pliysi-
scorc was made by Miss Betty Lee gan. and Pete Negringer. of the j ca, educalion ciasscs and thc
Fields, while Miss Emily Jean | University of Kansas, alternate j
Jones won the consolation favor, i heavy-weight, both were coached]
Miss Fields. Miss Daniels and i by Gallagher-trained men. Thus]
Miss Jones were to have been hosi -! seven of the squad of fourteen men
esses Saturday, while Miss Dorotny were directly or indirectly coached stNItiMF: BREAKFAST
Shacklctt, 921 South Barker ave-
nue. will entertain at an al fres-
co party Monday evening.
C. P. T. CLUB
evening when thc C. P. T. club ol
W. B. A. met at home of Mr;
! BIRTHDAY PARTY
j Honoring thc birthday anniver-
sary of Mrs. W. R Anderson. Mr
by the Oklahoma mentor.
Former Aggie Student
Gallagher was born in 1887 at
Perth. Kan. He attended the local
and high schools and in thc aui-
Miss Louise Stoncman und Mrs.
Adolph Messenger attended a sun-
rise breakfast and swim Saturday
morning given for the Oklahoma
. City employes of the Southwestern
umn of 1905 cntcicd Oklahoma A. xelePhonc company at Spring
... ... ................. and M. College, enrolling in the , .
Pians for a party to be given | ^ Mrs B(.n Anderson, ’.08 Wed school of engineering While a
this fall were discussed Frld.. ------- entertained Thursday I student here, he made more than p, mNG party
lawn I average progress in his academic' . ......
1!l*n . . , . ,, . Fifty guests attended the week v
1 work, but contray to tUe average
Anna Stine, the bunco favor Miss
Edna Offield was an additional
guest for the afternoon, during
which the hostess was assisted
by her mother. Mrs. C. F. Evans
and daughter. Miss Kathryn.
Miss Edith Mae Thompson. 1400
East Watts street, entertained that
evening at a lawn party when
games were featured. Punch was
served throughout the evening and
later Miss Thompson, assisted by
her mother. Mrs. C. M. Thompson,
served lovely refreshments.
Slumber party that evening was
with Miss McKinster. and the next
Dr. II. A. Woolbert
Hampton’s Shoe Store
Corns, callouses and Ingrown
Also Latest News show-
ing our local boy, Hohliy
Scott and his harmonica
Miss Ruth Gallagher, of Fort
Reno, was the only guest other
than club members. In two weens
the meeting will be with Mrs. Emil
Docbcrllx. 701 Soutli Darker ave-
J. A DeAtlcv. 308 North Evans ^ .... . I engineering student excelled PUtUn* |»rly Friday night al Uic
— Cr(X1Ul'1 WM lhc d,vra*on ,lflCI Zus w i,-m ' ,7... K1 Rrnn Golf Rnd Country club
which an ice cream supper wiu -spoi'U He was a urn second man whpn Mr n|)d Mrs Ed g L„Van
served Ouests included Mr and l °" tbc *r“°d ^'"tomball*’ ‘'u'urin ■ :,nd Mr nnd Mrs “ Montgomery
Mrs V. A Niles and children, ilhc backfield In football. During
Serena. Mrytle Ann. Robert and ^ senior year hc was captain ol ^ ™
Melvin. Mr. and Mrs W A. Ben- '»>'>' **« football and track teams; ^ c,”S,T,nd J O Cham-
nett and son. Monro,-. Mr and I™ class president and workeu ^ .8,“cr ,“nd
Mrs.L. M Anderson and son. u-,. hte way through co lege. In tin
ler Andrew. Mr and Mrs. W ,( Spring of 1910, Gallagher was grad-
' ,w “n<1NMr'S ^Ruc^anT'^ j ^yhlTcharlL andl"l^rls Jean ! ^‘caT englnwrl.r.......
i children. Norma LaRuc and lien ! • Af,»-
t „ - iMr and Mrs John Glecson and
ny. Jr., were thc dinner gitc*ls • _____ ______ _______
Friday evening of Mr nnd Mrs <-mg i er. argau . tbo college athletic department und 10 w*n **,c nu’n s l,r*zr
Andrew Johnson. 023 West Mayes | put in charge of thc truck team
After his graduation. Gallugh'-i
was appointed assistant couch ol
ness, while Mrs. II K. Ricker. Mr;
Percy W Beck and Mrs. Tims. II
Ellison tied for thc holes in one
;,inong the women.
Mrs. Ellison wen In the play off. |
while Haydn J. Davis made two i
street. Pitch was the diversion ol
Mrs Guslavus Funk.
Miss Marie Shacklctt. 921 South I
‘l RF i, » tiie you cn iron
wiili your life! It grip.
in<i hold, on fla.sy, oil-filmed
load., I'ourteen .harp, .kid-rf-
siiting ed,gci of tough tread rub-
ber jrivr you a better yqrip on
thr road. A li^. thicker tread
jive, you inti-'kid mileage long
after the tread of an ordinary
life i» worn away. Play Safe. Get
our trade-in proposition today.
Tfu SAFEST TIRE
€A €sl IuaA I
Initiation ccmnonh'.'i for thr.v
plMlges of the Sallorette elub were
conducted at an enjoyable pnrl*
I Friday evening at home of Miss
I/-ora Patswald, southwest oi El
Hie services were carried out in
sailor style for Miss Thelma Royse
Miss Kathryn Lorenzen and Miss ]
Nina Snow, after which a mariii*
.supper was served at quartet tables, j
The centerpieces depleted an
ocean scene, complete with Its J
miniature null Ixmt and employing
the blue and while elub colors In a j
| clever scheme. 8he was assisted
i by her mother. Mrs O. A. Puts-
Others enjoying thc occasion i
were Miss Yvoonc Royse and club
members. Miss Irene Lorcnr.cn. Mis
Friendu Dcnwalt and Miss LaVcrm
Robinson. Meeting Wednesday will
lie with Miss Dcnwalt, west of the
, . .
i Luthern Unties Aid Society n»"l
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. \\ II- j
Ham Bondtoff at home In Pori ]
; no, for an afternoon of busim vi.
| und quilling
Refreshments were served. The ]
| meeting on August 12 will b>- held
at home of Mrs Herman Link,.]
east of El fie no
Alter lour years in this position
J40, South williams “v.-nue^ wen-1 nak^ ulliv^Ttr'renU.mlr thcr' l,ark' r avc"w- *»*«• >° I
I hosts at a picnic «UPI»* J* j lwu yPnra. i„ |915. he was name.I Aaullklt elub and one guest. Mr- |
director ol physical education at
CLOSES JULY 31
I day evening at the El Reno Hod
and Gun elul) when they laid us
their guests. Miss Helen Bui well.
Marian Taylor, Friday evening. |
Ills alma muter and continued In Alls* Ethel Dowell made lla
^ Q ... , , that capacity until 1920 when lie "igh score, while Miss Esther Yale
Dr Wendell anith. of Oklahoma ( ^us a U,„ ,0 „„ u , tallied low Thr traveling prlw
City. Miss Lillian Aderhold Mr M dln;cU)r of tthlcUca and phy.si. was presented Mrs. J M Burge.
cal education. In lwo wrck8 the club will be
Hr took ehnrge of the wrestlin': -Ucsts of Mrs. Ray Maher. 412
1 1 South Foster avenue.
1703 Cash Prizes for thc best descriptions
of a Plymouth Floating Power Ride
and Mrs William L Funk. Judge
and Mrs. John L. Funk and Georg'
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