The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 198, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 2, 1934 Page: 3 of 6
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1984.
EL RENO (OK.) DAILY TRIBUNE
■ ANOTHER UST OF
ill oil day Events More
Numerous This Year
II "•'•;/ events are more numer-
1(0’.**: this year than ever before and
dor to the Increasing number of
• Thanksgiving dinners the following
„ list is being announced in addi-
tion to the many that appeared
in Thursday and Friday editions
of the Tribune:
|1 A 1 o'clock dinner at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. Joseph Maresh,
718 South Hoff avenue, was enjoy-
ed by their sons. Richard and Rob-
ert. Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Stoneman.
Mrs. Annie Stoneman. Miss Louise
Stoneman and Harry Phillips.
Dinner at Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cross, 406
South Evans avenue, entertained
»!. at their Thanksgiving dinner in
'I the Rock Island dining room of
.f the Hotel Southern at 8 o'clock.
& Guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
' Family Dinner
* Mr. and Mrs. John Preston. 715
j South Williams avenue, were hosts
at a family dinner at 1 o'clock
when the table was centered with
a low bowl of yellow chrysanthe-
' mums and pink carnations.
Seated with the hosts and daugh-
ters, Sara Ann and Johnell, were
ti Mr. and Mrs. George Preston. Mrs.
' A. C. Artman and Mrs. Jessie Big-
I, Dinner at Home
Mrs. Anna Randall and family
enjoyed a 1 o'clock dinner at
i home, 220'i South Bickford av-
I, Seated with the hostess were Mr.
’ and Mrs. Earnest Randall of Okla-
, homa City. Mrs. John R. 8mith,
Misses Jessie Mae and Thelma
i Randall and Don Smith.
E. Mlnard and son, Raleigh and
Allen, Mr. and Mn. Ellis Harmon.
Mr. and Mr*. 0. E. Merveldt and
son, Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Emery
Mgaher and family. Mias Helen
Cooksey, Mary Sue and Dale Pul-
Dinner at Walters
Mr. ana Mrs. J. A. Todd, of
Calumet, were accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Todd, 101
North Macomb avenue, to Wal-
ters, where they were 1 o'clock
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.
In the afternoon they motored
to Lawton and Fort Sill.
O. C. Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Howie,
daughter, Miss Betty, and son,
Bobby, 1098 South Ellison avenue,
enjoyed a family dinner at 1
o'clock in the home of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Howie,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wood, 416
South Macomb avenue, entertained
with a goose dinner as a family
affair. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Jack-
son, of Watonga, enjoyed the af-
fair with the hosts, daughter, Miss
Catherine, and son, Herbert.
6 O'clock Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Rice,
East of the city, chose 6 o'clock
for their Thanksgiving dinner.
Covers were laid for Mr. and
Mrs. L. T. Bridges and Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Raines, of Okla-
homa City, Mr. and Mrs. John
Rice. Misses June and Leal Coy-
kendall. the hosts and son. Jack.
Dinner at 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Riggins, 706
South Barker avenue, had their
holiday dinner at 1 o'clock, when
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Johnson and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Crider and daughter,
of Oklahoma City.
12 O'Clock Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Garrison,
daughter. Miss Flossie, and sons,
Hubert and Floyd, enjoyed 12 o'-
clock dinner with A. Smlthwick
and family, south of B1 Reno.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Snodgrass,
1008 West London street, enter-
tained with a turkey dinner at
Seated with the hosts were Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Snodgrass.^of Chi'
1 O'clock Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cochcrell,
i Dinner Guest
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. March.
1 1«»12 South Barker avenue, had as
their dinner guest at 1 o'clock Miss'cago, Mrs Earl Tomlins and sons
1 Plymouth Flora Perry. iE'dward and Charles, of Tulsa, Mr.
Yellow Mums 1 Rnd Mrs. Carl Schrocdcr and son,
Yellow chrysanthemums and au- j Harry.
I limn leaves made up the table
decorations when Mr. and Mrs. _ , ...
Harry C. Bradford. 800 South Hoff i1118 Sunset Drivc entertained with
avenue, entertained at 1 o'clock. ,a * o clock dinner. Guests included
Ouests included Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. H. L. Bet hard and
Nelson Modrall and sons. James daughter. Miss Leona Belle. Mr.
and Bobby Don. and Mr. and Mrs.! »nd Mrs. Frank Cochcrell, and
Fred E. Percy and son. Harry I daughter. Janet.
Franklin. ! »*«•"■ •» »«nncr
Rural Dinner Those to enjoy the 1 o'clock din-
A rural dinner of Interest was1 nPr in the home of Mr. and Mr*,
.that at which Mr. and Mr* George! Carl Bornemann. at Banner, were
I Barth, cast of the cily, entertained j Miss Minnie Hlppc, Miss Allien
J at 1 o'clock. I Spears. Art 8ocrncr. Misses Verna
Tltose to enjoy the holiday event.and Marie Bornemann and Alvin
r with the hosts and son. Oeorge!and P®ul Bornemann.
, Lewis, were Miss Jewel Holloway.1 Go to CUy
of Norman. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Mr and Mrs. Fred Reuter and
' Courtney. Mr. and Mrs. Sanko j daughters. Misses Twila and Eve-
I erenzen. Mr. and Mrs. M. C.: l.vn, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
I' Williams. j Reuter were among those who
(. Dinner for Family 1 went to Oklahoma City. Thev
Another 1 o’clock turkey dinner | were 1 o'clock dinner guests o>
!• for a family group was that en- i Mrs. Frieda Colt.
Joyed in the home ol Mr. and i 2 O'clock Dinner
Mrs O. E. Smith. 313 West Wade l Dinner at 2 o'clock was enjoyed
Those to enjoy the event with
the hosts were Mr. and Tdrs. J.
PERMANENTS SI up to KM
Marcels 50c, Finger wave dry 25c
Khampno, set, and dry _____40c
LOl'IHE CRONE NIIEEHAN
793 North Bickford
in the home of Mr and Mrs. E.
V. Andrews, southeast of the city.
Those to enjoy the bountiful
turkey dinner were Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Andrews and Mr. and Mn.
Fred Andrews, of Chlckasha, Mr.
! and Mrs. Henry Numc and son.
Oenc. of Oklahoma City. Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde BilUngton. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Underwood. Mrs. Har-
ry OelMlrr and son. Julian.
Orange and blark was the color
note employed In all appointments.
A Gift That Will Brins
Cheer Throughout the Yearl
A Bif Performing 1935
Amo/inq power and pctfwm*
once. Hairline (declivity .. .
Greater distance, marvclowt
tone. Has all of PHILCO'S lat-
est and biggett features. E«-
quisite cabinet of selected fina
woods, as illus* *4 _ v
bated. Only .......75
Other Papular Model*
Ai Law A*—
—la Yaur Own Hamel
t*t No. Rkkfard
Honored At Party
It waa to honor the eighth birth-
day anniversary of her daughter,
Loretta Ann, that Mrs. O. F. For-
quer, 507 South Barker avenue,
entertained with a children's party
Suggestions of the Yuletlde were
employed in all the party detalla
and for entertainment the group
enjoyed Christmas games and Join-
ed in singing holiday songs. SJtch
guest was presented a miniature
chimney filled with Christmas
candy for favor.
Loretta Ann received a number
of lovely remembrances from the
following guests, who enjoyed the
delllghtfully pleasant courtesy with
Dorella Constant, Oeorge Ann
Outh. Carol Llebmann. Oreta Fran-
ces Sheldon. Nelda Jean Sharp.
Isabelle Pecore, Helen Baker, Mar-
garet Pecore, Bobby Arnold, Jun-
ior 8tearns, Victor Cash, W. E.
Summers, Raymond Forquer, Cal-
vin Outh and Colleen Oleland.
A buffet lunch was served at
the close of the afternoon and
the honoree displayed her gifts
for admiration. She was wished
many happy returns of the day.
The afternoon was spent Inform-
Another family dinner of Interest
was that enjoyed In the heme of
Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Dever, 1100
West London street.
Their guests were Miss Esther
Nordstrom, of Hancock. Mich., Mrs.
A. J. Smith and Arthur Riley, of
Blnger. Mrs. Oertrude Cornelius, of
Oklahoma City, Dr. and Mrs. H. A.
Dever and son. Milford Dever.
Dinner in City
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eichhoff, of
Oklahoma City, were hosts at well
appointed turkey dinner. Ouests
from here were Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. Little and daughter, Miss Irma.
Mr. and Mrs. John Welter and
daughter. Miss Louise. Mr. and'
Mrs. Frank Welter. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Eichhoff and daughters. Velma and
Helen. Others present were Mrs.
Arthur Dow. daughter, Maxine,
and sons. Bernard and Oscar, and
Miss Nina Mae Bennett, all of
1 O'Clock Dinner
Mrs. Amy Hahn and son. Roy.
1008 South Rock Island avenue,
entertained at a 1 o'clock dinner.
Guests here included Mr. and Mrs.
Will Hutchins, of Lawton. Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Hahn and family. Mr.
and Mrs. AI Chappell and sons.
Clarence and Alvin Dean. Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Chappell and
1 daughters. Marcia Jo and Janet
] Louise. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Von
[Tungeln. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schooley
Rnd family. Darrell Chappell and
Dinner at 1
Another dinner enjoyed at 1 was
that given by Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Reichert. 1010 East Woodson street.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Jucman. of Lookeba. Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Reichert and son.
Lloyd Carl, of Geary. Mr. and
Mrs. John Reichert and daugh-
ter. Florctta. of Calumet. Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil Reichert and daugh-
ter Catherine June. Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Reichert and son. Donald
Go to City
Mrs Minnie McCarty and daugh-
ter. Olcn Evelyn. 206 8outh Barker
avenue, and Mr. and Mn. C. L.
Cone and daughter. Patsy, of Yu-
kon. went to Oklahoma City for
1 o'clock dinner in the home of
Mr. and Mn. Knox Glass and
sons. C. L.. and Knox. Jr.
Trio of O aests
A trio of guests to enjoy 1
o'clock dinner with Mr. and Mn.
C. R. Miller. Ill South Macomb
avenue, Included Mn. A. E. Alien.
Mn. J. M. Woods and Walter Mil-
Mr. and Mn. Joe Reichert, Jr..
and ion. Bobby Joe, were 1 o'clock
dinner guests of Mr. and Mn.
Dewey Crawfoid and family, 113
South Onnd avenue.
Mr. and Mn. Clarence Leach
and children. 331 North M. av-
enue. attended an out-of-town
dinner at the home of Mr. and
Mn. L. twain. Oklahoma City, at
Other guests were Mr. and Mn.
Mack McKee. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Icley. Miss Haael Early, of Okla-
homa CUy, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
FMda and childm. Mr. and Mn.
H. E. Jonas, all of Tktaga. Mr.
and Mrs. B. I. Cummings and
children, of Oogar.
In the evening an Informal
brtdgo party was raiayod at the
Leach home here by Mr. and
Mrs. Jonas and family and Mr.
and Mn. Cummings and family.
Dainty refnahmenta were served
at a late hour.
Out-of-town guNts to enjoy
Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and
Mra. If. 0. Skinner, toil South
BMm avenue, were Mr. and Mia.
Howard Skinner and baby, of Ok-
City. Marry BriUon. Jr., of
Mia. M. B. Skinner waa
Mn. C,rCr.l, Smith
Wtlhamo avenue, enteruinod with
a fantty dinner. Oman wart taM
tor Mr. and Mn. A. L WU
Mr. and Mn. Walter Svens.
Mn. Flunk Evans. Miss I_
Ms Opal Svana at
Mr. and Mra. Jaak M.
tar, Matt A
aue. had aa UMir___ _
Mra. Oract Wenrtek.
Q. If one has been given a letter
of Introduction and for some ma-
son does not use It. should the
Mend who gave the letter be noti-
A. Yes, by all means, as early as
possible, and the reason given for
not using it.
Q. What Is proper to serve when
giving a breakfast?
A. Eggs in some form, sausage,
bacon, corned-beef hash, waffles,
hot buttered toast, hot cakes, com
bread, coffee. Of course there are
many other good breakfast dishes.
Q. Should a woman wear a street
dress to church?
A. Yes, a quiet, simple, street
dress, that is inconspicuous.
entertained the following guests
from here at dinner:
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Musgrave
and daughter. Mias Martha, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Musgrave, Mrs.
Susanne Robicheaux and son, Rol-
Dinner at Calumet > 1
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hurst and
daughter, 201 North Evans avenue,
enjoyed dinner with the former's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hurst,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Ketch
and son, Lawrence, of Mineral
Wells, Tex., were the dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Oladnor A. Bar-
nard and daughter. Miss Virginia.
614 8outh Hoff avenue.
Dinner at Enid
Miss Marie Squares, of Oeary.
and Bertrand Crump, of Calumet,
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Waller to Enid, where they were
l o'lock dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Sheets.
Dinner and overnight guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Wagner, 816
South Hoff avenue, were Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin LeFever, of Alva, and
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mount, route
No. 1, El Reno.
At 1 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Rlnderhagen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Boggess. Mrs. Henry Behnc and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heckes, of
Oklahoma City, enjoyed dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Heckes,
614 North Choctaw avenue.
They remained for the evening
meal when Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Chappell and daughters,
Marcle Jo and Janet Louise. Mr.
and Mrs. Olenn Stout and son
Buster Joined the group. Follow-
ing the bountiful dinner the even-
ing was spent Informally.
Dinner at 1
Dinner Honoring W. E.
Fryberger is Surprise
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Fogg. 605
South Hoff avenue, entertained
Friday evening with a prettily
appointed 7 o'clock dinner as a
surprise courtesy to her father.
W. E. Fryberger, in celebration
of his eightieth birthday anni-
It was a most happy occasion
for the honoree, pioneer of El
Reno, who was completely sur-
prised. The dining table was cen-
tered with a huge birthday cake
topped with yellow candles. These
with other tapers lighted the din-
ing room during the well appointed
The small boards were centered
with chrysanthemums. The blooms
and oak leaves were used at van-
tage points about the rooms. Yel-
low was the predominating color
In all appointments.
Guests Included Intimate friends
of the honoree and were Mr. and
Mrs. Turner Bradford, of Pine
Bluff. Ark., Mrs. G. W. Taylor,
of Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
C. Hicks, Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Clif-
ford. Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Mor-
ris. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Brad-
ford. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Aycock.
Mrs. Amanda Brooke. Mrs. O. A
8huttee. Miss Etta Dale, Miss Lida
Dashlell. J. T. Allison. Charles G.
Wattson and J. E. Penner. while
William and Rupert Fogg enjoyed
the event with their grandfather
The hostess was assisted in her
hospitalities by Miss Louise Hill,
of Norman. Miss Virginia Wilson
and Miss Charlotte Fogg.
The evening was spent inform-
« » «
It was to honor new members
that the Blue Stockings club en-
tertained with a banquet Friday
evening in the home of Mrs. Hugh
B. Wilson. 401 South Choctaw av-
Misses Barbara Gamble. Vera
Reynolds and Ruby Witeher, new
additions, were unable to attend
and Miss Emily Jean Jones and
Miss Charlotte Harth shared hon-
ors at the courtesy.
Covers were laid at one long
table, which was centered with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Boon. 1 pink rose buds and silver leaves
910 South Rock Island avenue, en-im a silver bowl, which was sur
tertained with their turkey dinner rounded with silver and rose can
at 1 o'clock. Guests were Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Gray, of Oklahoma City,
and Mrs. Alice Boon.
Bronze pompons were arranged
In a low black bowl and was
flanked on either side by bronze
tapers In black holders to center
the dining table when Dr. and
Mn. Hadley C. Brown entertained
at 1 o'clock in their home. 321
South Roberts avenue.
Seated with the hoots were Capt.
and Mn. E. E. Hodgson, of Fort
Reno. Helen. Harriett. Jack and
I O'Clock Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schwab. 382
8outh Ellison avenue, entertained
at 1 o'clock with a turkey dinner.
Oueats to enjoy the event with
the hosts and daughter. Mary
Lynn, were Mr. and Mn. Jacob
Schwab. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Clark and daughter, Mlsa Bcrdlne.
and Mr. and Mn. AlUaon Clark.
Another one of the large dinner
parties was that enjoyed at the
country home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Bright, south of the city,
who entertained at 1 o'clock.
A number of out-of-town guests
added Interest. They Included Mr.
and Mrs. O. F. Morrison and fam-
ily. of Anthony, Kansu, Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Lowe, of Winfield. Kan-
sas. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd N. Bright,
of Kansu City. Mo.. Mn. Oeorge
Ghenoweth. of Atlanta. Kan.. Mr.
and Mn. Id Fuchs, of Fort Reno.
Othen present were Mr. and
Mn. H. M. Bright and family'.
Mr. and Mn. C. H. Bright and
family. Mr. and Mn. R. A. Bright
and family. Mr. and Mn. J. W.
MeKInstar and family. Mr. and
Mn. R. Jay McOtnnis and fam-
ily and Mr. and Mn. Wayne Fee*.
Mr. and Mn. Alva McDonald.
537 South Miles avenue, enter-
tained at I o'clock with a family
dinner. Their gueeta were Judge
and Mn. A. O. C. Blew and Mr.
and Mn. A. O. C. Bterer. Jr., of
Outhrie, Mr. and Mn. C. T. Kant
and son. Charles, of Bold, and Mr.
and Mn. Alva McDonald. Jr., of
A double celebration was en-
joyed In the heme of Mr. and
Mn. W. L Laaeh, 1305 But Oak
street, where t I o'clock dinner
waa enjoyed in oheervance of
v—s^wysw —as s^^^ns vwsssn wi
Thanksgiving and to celebrate the
dies In silver holders and tied with
Miss Genevieve Smith, of Alva
was an out-of-town guest.
Miss Dorothy Shacklett served as
toastmlstress during the lollowing
Reading. Miss Lilian Canon.
Puppet show, Miss Jeanne Mac-
Meaning of Blue Stockings"
Miss Ruth Reed. ,
Constitution. Miss Mary Clara
Hostess and dale for the next
regular club meeting will be an-
$ $ £
1 O'CLOCK DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rector
Jr.. 603 South Williams avenue, en-
tertained Saturday evening with «
prettily appointed 7 o'clock din-
Their guests were Col. H. R
8mallcy. of Washington. D. C..
Capt. and Mrs. Hobart R. Oay
and Lieut, and Mrs. C. W. Ben-
nett. of Fort Reno. Mr. and Mrs
E. J. Seyfrled. of Los Angeles
Calif.. Dr. and Mrs. P. F. Herod
and Mr. and Mrs. Ryan H. Mor-
0 0 0
7 O'CLOCK DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F.. Percy
1300 South Barker avenue, enter-
tained Friday evening with a 7
o'clock dinner when guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Wurdic Phillips and
children, of Pine Bluff. Ark
seventeenth wedding anniversaries
of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Leach and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. MeNcw.
O. C. Leach Is u son of the
hosts and Mr* McNcw Is Ihcli
daughter. A double wedding ol
the two couple* was held Novem-
ber 31. 1017.
OueaU other than the honoree*
and their families were Mr. and
Mn. Paul Wilson and daughters
Lee Leach and son. Raymond, ol
Oklahoma Ctty. Mr. and Mm
Wayne Leach and daughter. Joyce
LaRae. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Leach
and eon. Jerry Lee.
The afternoon was spent inform-
ally following the bountiful din-
tie la City
Mr. and Mm. J. W Grissom. 0:
near Banner, were dinner guest*
of Mr. and Mm. Ray Oriaaotu and
family. In Oklahoma CUy.
Past Matrons. Annual turkey
dinner and gift exchange for
members and husbands, also Put
Patrons and wives at the Masonic
Temple. 6:30 p. m.
West Way Club. Hostess at 1
o'clock luncheon, Mrs. Mabel Mil-
ler, 110 South Evans avenue, with
Mm. John E. Smith assisting.
Baptist Buslneu Women's Circle
Hostess, Miss Ruth Marie Hughes.
735 South Hadden avenue.
El Reno Study Club. Hostess.
Mra. L. L. Parks. 816 South Elli-
Monday Night Bridge Club. Host-
ess, Mrs. John Owens, 815 >4 North
Eagle Card Club. Hostesses. Mrs
Harry Hummel and Mrs. Frank
8. B. A. Circle. Hoatess at 1
o’clock luncheon. Mrs. J. H. Stearns.
801 North Choctaw avenue.
Royal Neighbor Club. Hostess.
Mrs. Walter Dyer. 717 Sunset
Drive, with Mrs. L. E. Day and
Mrs. Nettle Campbell assisting.
Brldgettes Club. Hostess. Mrs.
E. V. Murray, 209 West Jenkins
Entre Nous Club. Hostess, Mrs.
Arthur T. March, 1012 South Bar-
Chapter AE, P. E. O. Hostess,
Miss Ellen Rice, 505 West Wade
Rebckah Lodge. Regular meeting
and initiation In the I. O. O. F.
B. E. C. Club. Hostess. Mrs. John
W. Laird. 519 South Bickford av-
Tuesday Evening Bridge Club.
Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Maxey,
north of the city.
Rajah Club. Hostess. Miss Bethel
Douglas. 705 West Wade street.
Contract Players. Hostess. Mrs.
Oustavus Funk, 414 South Wil-
Beauceant. Hostess at social
party, Mrs. Carl Whitlock, 624
South Hadden avenue.
Tuesday Players. Hostess. Mrs
Walter H. Campbell, 621 South
Amity Club. Host. Jim E. Smith.
414 South Barker avenue.
Business and Professional Wom-
en's Club. Study class at 7:30
D. m. in the club rooms with Miss
Etta Dale in charge of "The Lea-
gue of Nations."
University Women of American
Association. Hostess. Mrs. Marlin
S. Hogc. 1015 South Macomb av-
C. D. A. Regular meeting in
the K. C. hall.
T. M. T. M. Club. Hostess. Mrs.
C. E. Doke, 1121 East Foreman
R. I. S. Club. Hostess. Mrs. Lacy
Bennett. 217 North K avenue.
Delta Sigma Alumni. Host. Law-
arencc Stoehr. 632 South Hadden
O. I. A. Hostess. Mrs. John T
Ramey. 921 South Macomb avenue.
Tres Jollc Bridge Club. Hostess.
Mrs. John Preston. 715 South Wil-
O. D. O. Club. Hostess. Mrs.
George Morris, 520 South Mites
T. L. F. Club. Hostess. Mra.
R. B. Smith who will entertain
In the home of Mrs. Lou Preston
107 North Admire avenue.
J. C. L. Club. Hostess. Mrs. Don-
ald Ahern, 909 South Ellison av-
Priscilla Embroidery Club Host-
ess. Mrs. W. C. Maler, 1115 South
Jolly Eight Bridge Club. Host-
ess. Mm. Homer Richardson. 636
8outh Miles avenue.
D. Y. W. Y. K. Club. Hostess
Mrs. Oeorge Miller, 729 South
Rebckah Circle. Regular meet-
ing In the I. O. O. F. hall.
Etta Iota Club. Hostess. Miss
Edna Jean Raines, 511 South Elli-
American Legion Auxiliary. Cal-
led meeting at 7:30 p. m. to paint
coffee cans for the annual treat
to buddies In Veterans hospitals.
Unity Club. Hostess. Mm. Harry
Morris. 311 North Barker avenue.
Progressive Players. Hostess, Mm,
John J. Dillon, 1016 South Barker
Two bundled guests enjoyed the
esrd party given at 3:30 o'eloek
Friday afternoon In the K. O. hall
In connection with the annual ba-
•ear which was featured the past
week under the auspices of the
Sacred Heart church.
The altar society was respon-
sible for the event with division
presidents making up the commit-
tee. with Mrs. J. L. Wilson os
chairman. Other members were
Mm. Edward Oreenan, Mra. J. H.
Brungard and Mrs. Ed Wolf.
Contract, suction, pitch and bun-
co were the diversion. Favor for
high score In the games of con-
tract went to Mrs. R. P. Craugh.
of Oklahoma City, while Mrs. H.
T. French won the second high
Mra. Jack Eiachen, of Okarche.
was high scorer at auction to win
the prize and Mrs. Ben Outh was
presented the second high favor.
T. S. Hanley scored high and
C. P. Reding second high at pitch
to receive the awards, while at
bunco Mrs. A. J. McLaren won
the high score prize and Mrs.
William M. Chilton the second
high. Door prize went to Miss
Kathryn Weichcr A table prize
was given for high at each of
the fifty boards.
* t «
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Houle. 528
South Hadden avenue, entertained
Friday evening with a birthday
party honoring the twelfth anni-
versary of their son. Albert. Jr.
Little friends to enjoy the cour-
tesy with the honoree included
Kathleen Kester. Marjorie Shlrey
Marjorie Hunt, Virginia Timber-
lake. Dorothy Buss. Marjorie Noe
Ruth Conrad. Norma Jean Bow-
man, Dorothy Brown. Charlotte
Weidcnsaul, Geneva Flowers. Max-
ine Heitzman. Mary Ellen Fouts
Shirley Ann OlUllan.
A. J. Stitt, Jimmy Canon. Bobby
Woodhouse. Kenneth Sain. Hubert
Marsh. Thomas Maxey OlUllan
Harry George Powell. Daniel Car-
ter, Wesley Lanman. David Pales
Jewel Lord, Byron Oamble Rich-
ard Maresh, Billy Baker. Bob Sul-
livan and Fred McFarland, of
Bunco was the diversion, in
which high score favors were
awarded Marjorie Hunt and Dan-
iel Carter, while Dorothy Brown
won the consolation. Suggestions
of Christmas appeared in the de-
tails of the games and all other
appointments of the evening.
The hostess was assisted In serv-
ing dainty refreshments at the
close of the evening by Mrs. S
McFarland, of Enid. Mrs. C. Kester.
Mrs. T. J. Qillilan, Misses Mar-
garet Lanman and Irene Jones.
Albert displayed the many beau-
tiful gifts received for admira-
The True Gold Sunday school
class of the Baptist church en-
tertained at 7:30 o'clock Friday
evening with a mother-daughter
banquet at the church.
Following the bountiful dinner
served by Miss Frances Lee Hodges
and her sister, a program was cn
joyed and the meeting adjourned
with prayer by Mrs. J. W. Hodges,
teacher of the class.
Other mothers present were Mrs.
J. W. Bollinger, Mm. C. P. Evans.
Mra. W. B. Jennings. Mra. Oeorge
Shlrey. Mra. R. L. Scrvals. Mrs.
Weekly Social k
Enjoyed By Gub|
Weekly Friday evening social of.
the El Reno Qolf and Country
club was enjoyed with fifty pres-'
ent for dessert and coffee at 7:30
o'clock and to participate in tho
evening's games of contract and
Out-of-town guests were Mn.
Malda Townsend, of Chicago, and
Mias Martha Nichols, of Denton,
Hosts for the evening were the
board of directors. Refreshments
were served from a large table,
centered with yellow chrysanthe-
mums In a low black bowl.
At contract Mrs. Forrest Nave
won the ladles' favor for high
score and Haydn J. Davis re-
ceived the gentlemen's high award.
Prize for pitch was presented Clyde
O. Dowell and a cut prize went
to Dr. P. B. Myers.
Hosts for the regular Sunday
afternoon and evening open house
party will be Mr. and Mrs. Nave
and Mr. und Mrs. W. C. Maler.
Chill will be served from 5 to 8
At the party next Friday even-
ing Mr. unci Mr.s. F. Howard Mor-
ris, Miss Lida Dashiell and J. T.
Allison will be hosts, form of
entertainment will be announced
Initial afternoon party for ladies
of the club will be enjoyed Wed-
nesday. December 5, with Mrs. J.
O. Chamness chairman of the host-
Bridge will be the diversion fol-
lowing a 1 o'clock luncheon and
members who expect 10 attend are
asked to notify the chairman.
SQUARE AND COMPASS CLUB
The special Thanksgiving dance
given Friday evening by the Square
and Compass club was enjoyed by
Out-of-town guests were present
from Pawhuska. Yukon and Cal-
umet. Loren Spun* and his eight
piece orchestra furnished music
for the revelers.
Next regular dance of the club
will be enjoyed December 14.
PHONE CLASSIFIEDS TO It.
A Mi Usual Society so Page 4
Ralph Waldo. Mm. O. H. Penny-
baker. Mm. Virgil Altera and Mrs.
Oeorge W. Cutrcll.
Members In attendance Included
Misses Helen Akers. Opal Bollin-
ger. Lola M. Bartlett. Lola Cut-
roll, Mildred Evans. Evelyn Jen-
nings, Evelyn Pennybsker. Mildred
Shlrey. Ruth Bervsls. Rebo Jane
Test. Clsra &'. Waldo, Opal and
£. .1. ME1NHARDI
OF CHICAGO HERE AGAIN
Hr will show you the “Mein
hard! Rapture Shield” privately
In his rooms ai the Hucklns Ho-
tel, Oklahoma City, Okla., on
Thursday and Friday, Dec. 64b
and 7th. from 1:00 P. M. to 7;M
P. M. dally.
Ask the Hotel Clerk for the
numbers or Mr. MeinhardPs
rooms. Only men are Invited.
The Melnhsrdl Rupture Shield
retains the rapture on the aver-
age rose regardless of Use or
location—no matter how mock
you exercise, lift, or strain. The
Melnhsrdl Rupture Shield Is
tkillfilly molded to each indl
vtdssl aa a Dentist makes false
teeth. <No leg straps and ns
It is waterproof, sanitary,
practically indestructible, and
mar he worn while bathing or
•deeping icontinuously day and
night) nntli no longer desired.
Do not neglect to see him on
the above date. There la no
charge to investigate. This visit
la fsr white people only.
Chicago Office. Fare Oil Bldg.
New shipment today—So
Mrs. H. E. Bonebrake, 1300 East
Oak street, who has been III lor the
post few weeks, is reported as lm-
II a week
TSiak of K! A MW IMS
PHILCO for ooth a tow dowt
payment—ptos the very oast,
est terms! Deal delay—get
paor PHILCO sew. Yaw
(Met of 43 tew Mdtoo. wMh
ton pay meats sad torsw
garmpaadlagly tow. Bajay
rad la il ltd Last—will
On Oar Entire
New b the bast tton a( the year
to fcqr the car jroa woat at tha
price yea want teaiy. lean be-
Iwl JR® NJi
WI TIABMAir TOMS
EL RENO MOTOR*
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 198, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 2, 1934, newspaper, December 2, 1934; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918815/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.