The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 260, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1930 Page: 3 of 8
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0 ■ItHtiRgDAY, AUGUST 7, 1990
THBELJRENO (OXLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
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Mrs. M. P. Kelly Was
The Women's Christian Tem-
perance Union met Tuesday af-
ternoon with filrs. M. P. Kelly,
9IC South Macomb avenue for
the regular fortnightly meeting.
Wight members and one visi-
tor, Mrs. Prances Clapp, of Calu-
met, %ere present for the busi-
ness session snd Interesting tes-
The song, "Home (Had Day"
was followed by prayer and then
Mrs. G. W, Lord led *the devo-
tlonals reading Prov. 22-6,
During the short business ses-
sion Mrs. C. R. Miller wss ap-
pointed to represent the local
Union at the executive meeting
In Yukon Wednesday.
Mrs. J. M. Woods was the les-
son leader and proved a mote
able one. Extracts from the
* Union Signal” pertaining to cur-
rent eventu of prohibition were
read by the members and much
Interest was created from a
round table discussion.
During a delightfully pleasant
social hour following the meet-
ing the hostess served delicious
The Union will meet again In
♦wo weeks, hostess to he an-
t I I
7! O’CLOCK DINNER.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cox, 619
South Choctaw avenue, entertain-
ed Wednesday evening at a pret-
appointed 7 o'clock dinner in
Oration of their sixth wedding
'he table was centered with a
ite cake decked with six pink
candles. The pink, and white
color note was repeated in all
the decorations and appointment*
of the three course dinner.
Those entertained with the Cox
family were Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Wilson and Mrs. Prances Fields.
• • •
C. D. A.
The Catholic Daughters of Am-
erica met Wednesday evening In
the K. C. hall for thelT August
After the usual routine of busi-
ness a discussion concerning the
social for this month was held
and the members decided to dis-
pense with that feature because
of the severe heat.
Next meeting of the organisa-
tion will be the first Wednesday
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LADIES GOLF CLUB.
Members of the Ladies Coif
club enjoyed the usual weekly
play Wednesday morning at the
El Reno Country club.
Because of the intense heat the
noonday luncheons have been
cancelled for the month of Au-
gust but the morning play Is
held each Wednesday.
Telephone Want Ada te No. 18
Cash and Carry
Emm & Files
Cleaners and Oyer* of Pina
Bon Temps Club. Putting par-
ty and breakfast with Mrs. J.
A. McCurley as hostess.
Bl Reno Country Club Putting
Party. Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ry C. Hicks, and Judge and Mto.
H. L. Fogg.
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T. R R. CLUB.
Members of tho T. R. R. dub
and several additional guests
were entertained .Tuesday even-
ing by Mr. and Mrs. C. !\ Tay-
lor, 308 East ('atson street.
Various garden flowers In
bright colors made a lovely set-
ting for the games of rook, which
were the diversion of the eve-
Those present other then dub
members were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles 0. Canon, Mr. and Mrs.
Lon Booth and Miss Aiteen
Miss Spears received the favor,
for high score among the addi-
tional guests, while Mrs. Harvey
Hosier won the club prize.
Following the games Mrs. Ho-
sier and Mrs. Booth assisted the
hostess in serving luscious re-
freshments. Hosts for the meet-
ing In two weeks wHI be announc-
ed later. •
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Complimentary to her neice, Miss
Dorothy Behrens, of 8t. Louis,
Mo., Mrs. W. P. Morrison enter-
tained Wednesday evening at a
prettily appointed bridge party
In her home, 414 South Barker
Ouests to enjoy the evening’s
game.with the honoree included
15 members of the younger so-
The favor for high score was
awarded Miss Maxine McCart-
ney, while Miss Martha Collier re-
ceived the second high prize.
The guest of honor was also
presented a lovely gift by the
At a late hour Mrs. Morrison
served dainty refreshments.
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G. A. R. LADIES.
Ladies of the 0. A. R. Circle
will meet at 2:30 o’c lock Friday
afternoon in the I. 0. 0. F. hall.
Important business will be
transacted and the National con-
vention to be held In Cincinnati,
0., August 25-80, will be dis-
cussed and a delegate elected.
Every member is urged to at-
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Avant, Mr.
and Mrs. Tommy Williams, Miss
Teresa Williams and Darby
Quinn were entertained Wednes-
day evening at a 7 o’clock fish
dinner In the home of Mr. and
Joe Ottls, Oka robe.
W. B. A.
Regular meeting of the W. B.
A. will he held Tuesday aft?moon
in the trainmen’s hall. AH mem-
bers are urged to attend as busi-
ness of interest will be transact-
Mrs. John Turner, of Yukon,
was an El Reno visitor today.
Alvin H. Chance, of Oklahoma
City, is a guest of Ward Welden,
1001 West Wade street.
0. Von Merveldt, daughter.
Miss Irene, and son, Paul, 910
South Barker avenue, departed
Wednesday evening for a 10 daya
motor trip to Colorado Springs
and other points of Interest in
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Maher, 411
South Roberts avenue, returned
Wednesday from a two months'
visit with relatives in Chicago,
III., where they were called by
the serious illness of the latter's
brother, Joe Mnldoon, whose con-
dition is slightly improved. En
route home they spent a few days
in Milwaukee, Wie., Matoon, 111
and South Bend, Ind. During
their stay in South Bond, they
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Davis, formerly of this city.
DIET AND HEALTH
By LULU HUNT FETE Rtf M. 0.
Answers to Mothers
Bad could not bo everywhere:
ihote/aro Ho made mothers
"MY BABY la 11 months old. He
can neither erewl nor walk, and peo-
ple tell me he la backwards. He gete
vod liver oil thpie ttmee a day and
beeiba to be strong add healthy. ]
ate thinking of taking bite from the
bfom land glvlhf him regular food
What do yotf advtaef MRS. C."
ton should have begun taking your
baby Irote the breast beginning the
ninth month. Mbs a Babies should
begin to have lotos eoMd food around
the fifth or sixth month, even though
they are viuratog. IffHc te the near-
ait perfect food there t* but It Isn’t
perfect by any mean* U han't a
sufficient amount bt iron, and cow’s
milk (especially If it 1s beUtd or
paaleeHnd. aha than processes
thould be need unless the certified
milk h obtained) te low to the anti*
acurvy vitamin C. Another thing:
If It Is used solely, the baby doesn’t
gut any exercise for Its teeth and
The time that baUes bsgtn to walk
vartig but they seldom begin as
early as II teontfaa Usually they are
able to hold up the head strongly in
ths fourth month; are able to tit well
by the seventh month; by the ninth
mohth, they seem to be able to draw
themselves up and seem anxious to
•tend; by one year, they can atand.
with alight support; and around tho i
14th month, they begin to take steps,
and from then on the development Is
Around th eighth or ninth month,
If the baby is on ths floor, he Is
liable to try to creep, but some babies
I had better run the weaning In-
structions, at I have them In my
book, "Diet for Children”;
Begin the first week of the ninth
month by omitting the nursing at the
X p. m. feeding time. Give eight
ounces of half milk__
boiled together for three minutes (If
baby has had.no cow's milk up to
thin time). Uae no sugar. Precede
this with Its solid feed allowed (ues
tomorrow’* peper giving feedtof
schedule). Increase the milk ins
tablespoonful a day, ahd decrease the
water one tabieepoonfu), until whole
milk Is given; no Dakar. atop bell-
ing the tteHt, if certified er peateur-
lzed. after two or three weeks. ,
The second week omit the 10 a.
The third week, the Ip. n, mum
log; the fourth week, the 6 a. m.
nursing, giving milk instead and
other foods allowed. By the Itetr
and lltb month, the 10 p. m. mim-
ing should be omitted. Tble gradual
weaning wfll cause no disturbance*
Begin to feed from the crip the late
part of the yea*. otherwise you WW
have difficulty In western from the
bottle. The bottle need net. and
should not be given after the flrto
Tomorrow I’ll run the feedTng
schedule for babies, ttegfnnttig with
the sixth month through the lfth.
We have a list of modern hooka oh
the subject of the general carl and
feeding of children which you mi}
have by observing column rulea .
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Mrs. J. M.: We have an article
on the Dfet during Pregnancy ahd
Nursing and a pamphlet on Reduc-
ing and Gaining which answers yam
Editor's Note: Requests foj prtlotos
or pamphlets on hand must bp ac-
companied by a fully Sflf-addreitetd.
•tamped envelope, ptite tho fofMtotnE
•mall charge to help cover eem vff
printing and handling: for oath
article wanted, two canto In cote; for
each pamphlet, 10 cents te cote. The
pamphlets are Hcducing and (Joining,
Hygiene of Women, The Urinary
System. Address Dr. Petets Bureau.
In care of this paper. WrHe legibly,
and not over 500 words..
TIHS WOMAN II4 WEEKS
LOST It POWDS OF FIT
Here’s g letter written October lbs. Aagd I must say, I feel
21, 1929, by Mrs. Fred Barringer,
of Lewlstown, Montana, that
ought to be read by every over-
weight woman in America.
"Gentlemen: I first saw your
advertisement in a Billings, Mon-
tana, paper and decided to try
H started taking them every
mkrning as direoted as I was
vtfyr much overweight and want-
1 had tried going on a diet
but' would get bo hungry that my
diet would not last loag, so I de-
cided to give “Kmscken Salta"
a Mr trial. The day I Matted
to taka thorn I weighed III Tba.
better In every way, besides look-
ing much better. Kruschen
Balts had a decided effect upon
the quantity of food I took and
stimulated my desire to great-
I have recomended Kruschen
Salts to many of my friends, in
fact, have a number of them tak-
ing Kruschen Balts.
May all large people, both men
and women, who want to re-
duce In an easy way, give Krui-
chan Salts a fair trial. I am sure
It will convinoe any one."
A bottle ot Kruschen Salts
that lasts four Wooko coots but
I5e at Jofaoe Drag store, Central
*! IX pwoeirt, Whtth toffi'-urng Co., or ahy - drugstore in
NEW YORK, Aug. 7—(IP)—It
is a part of the American Credo
(cf! "Young Man of Manhatan”)
that every sports writer has with-
In his system an excellent novel
1f only he were not too lazy,
Inebriate or irresponsible to sit
down and write It.
This belief persists In spite of
tire fact that few of them have be-
come fictloneers. It becomes
largely justified with the appear-
ance of "American Girl," by John
R. Tunis (Brewer and Warren).
"American Girl" it an elabora-
tion of a short story that took
Tunis into a number of antholo-
gies. It tells the story of Florence
Farley, a young woman who vol-
leyed her way from small town
obscurity to the tennis cham-
pionship of the world.
Tunis had made good use ot
the innumerable hours ho has
•pent in the press stands of
Forrest Hills. Nice and Wimble-
don. Not only are his tennis
scenes authentic but ho has
brought life and vigor to Florence
In her off-the-court life. No more
stinging indictment of our
"ameteur" sport and its effects
upon its chosen has over been
And now, amid the changing
prices of the publishing business,
appear the first of the ‘Inner
Sanctum Novels,'” new paper-
bound fiction at ten dimes, a
dollar, a fifth part of a fiver.
The mail clerk at Simon and
Schuster dispatched almost si-
multaneously titles by such
authors as Claud Houghton, F.
Wright Moxley and J. P. Mc-
Evoy. It was easy and perhaps
excusable to start with McEvoy’s
"Denny and the Dumb Cluck," a
Collection of short stories detail-
ing the exploits ot Dtmny Ker-
rigan, the demon greeting card
salesman who made his premiere
in 'Show Girl."
McEvoy is one of the most con-
sistently humorous humorists of
our day. If his account entitles
"Dear little You," which describ-
es an attempt of divorce a greet-
ing card poet, does not know you
up In laughter then, well you’re
only out a dollar anyway.
after his utimely death in mi
automobile accident, love letters
from another man in his desk.
Her horror and disgust makes 4t
impossible for her to mourn him
and she hides her knowledge
even from her husband.. The
study is an unusual one and H
handled with simplicity and un-
. . . More or less personal . . .
. . . Ernest Sutherland Bates
("This Land of Liberty") may
not have had to move, but the
fact remains that he has cross-
ed the continent 27 times, hat
been in every state except two
and has crossed the Atlantic 16
. . . Carman Dee Barnes who
wrote "Schoolgirl at the age of
15 has now grown up and at the
age of 17 has finished "Beau
. . . Lynd Ward, whose "God’s
Man” was an outstanding novelty,
is working on another novel in
wood-cuts to he titled, “Mad
... In these days of short fic-
tion readers who prefer the
Dickens type of novel may ap-
preciate J. B. Priestley’s "Angel
Pavement," 180,000-word novel
to be published next month.
. . . Sept. 15 is the date set for
that epochal literary event, the
appearance of "A1 Capone, The
Biography of a Self-Made Man."
by Fred D. Pasley.
. . . The only remaining public
character concerning whom no
biography has been written I?
Spetktr Stresses Need for
At the last general meeting of
Farmets' WeAk al tbe Oklahoma
A. and M. College, Miss Mary
Mite's, cohimuOlty organization
specialist from Louisiana, am-
Phaslted the; necessity for group
Action in imploring rural condi-
' Individual action coupled with
group support makes progress for
community and for agriculture,"
“the things we work out to-
gether are worth while for they
build 'thhe Ideal community. Far-
tesrs hare cooperated to a great
extent hi building churches,
schools and governments, hut
cooperation on the economic side
baa lagged behind. The eco-
nomic development Is now com-
Mrs. Charles W. Sewell, direc-
tor of home and community work,
American Farm Bureau Federa-
tion, Chicago, also emphasized
the need for cooperation of par-
ents and young people in club
and community work. She stress-
ed the refcpohslbiUt of the wo-
men and girls In the betterment
of spiritual as well as economic
parts of the program. The local
groups are the foundation of ail
The 4-H clubs had charge of
part of the General program. D.
P. Trent, Director of Extension In
Oklahoma, discussed the clubs
and their work in the state,
bringfng out that there were 40,-
000 members in clubs last year,
that many of them are going to
college Mid that the members of
the club have a high rating as
For other yonng people, the
clubs are furnishing the only
schooling available, he advised.
BOG CATCHE8 "FI8H”
LONGMONT. Colo.,—(IP)—C. R.
Reynolds threw his dog into the
water to cool the animal off on a
hot afternoon. Reynolds was
somewhat surprised when the dog
emerged from the water with a
21-inch rainbow trout clinging to
New Bar Pwxy
The comic opera, “Tales of
, Hoffman," will he presented at
the University of Oklahoma as a
fine arts program number on
PESKY MOSQUITOES quitenape, whenyou ipngrSiMk
John B. Brooks, Erie nttorhey, Is
the newly elected prbrtdent of the
Pennsylvania Bar association.
LONG TR|P FOR VISITOR
CANON CITY, Goto<U>)—
Many people have journeyed to
the mountain region this vacation
season, but none came as far aa
Marguerite Malherbe. She came
to Canon City from Pretoria,
South Africa, and visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Em*
merson. Miss Malherbe has
studied In universities In Ldfcdon
and New York. She wHI return
to 8outh Africa next year.
BEET OUTLOOK GOOD
outlook is good for an excellent
yield of sugar beets and other
crops in l^ogan county. Recent
rains benefitted the entire district,
and irrigation supplies are ample
for the remainder of the itetaoh.
A complete petroleum refinery
is part of the eqtepnmt of the
school of petroleum ehgfneertng
at the University of Oklahoma.
Special Permanent Wave
$3.50 to $6.00
76c, two weeks
We uoo toft
616 8. Roek
Glaza Beauty Shop
Plat Liquid. It p*m*ratea tMr
tiny breathing tubee. Kitts oU moo-
quit on, flies, matte, road**, flirt*
bedbugs. Heat. Always tote Mfta
than other weU-knowR bfehnda
Money back if not satMftad.
Kills quicker—Always gytlt im
KADI IV THE MAX t It a OF BLACK FLAG F O W D ft II
Porcelain-on-steel inside and
out in beautiful glacier-gray
Reit m a Frigtdaire in a strikingly beautiful glacier-
gray Poccelsio-oa-steel. It has shelves that are ele-
vated to a convenient height. !t has rounded comers
•id roomy food storage space. Most important of
alt the mechanical unit 4s completely enclosed—the
design chat has made frigidaire famous for efficiency,
loag life, and low operating cost.
Equipped with the "Cold Control," this Friaidaiie
freem lee sad desserts with incredible speed. It ia
tatra powerful yet remarkably quiet. Call and see a
demonstration. Select your own terms. At little
dowo at you wish to pay. Balance arranged to suit
8U N. Broadway, Oklahoma City
TELEPHONE WANT ADS TO NO. 1«
One of the best of the Cut-
price novels is "I Lived This
Story," by Betty White, publish-
ed by Double-day-Doran out of
Dorlnda Clark, tbe heroine of
this story of a girl’s four years In
a co-educational -university, Is an
entirely believable person—a
rarity In collegiate fiction. And
Colossus University, which Is
easily recognisable as Northwest-
ern, is drawn with lees rancor
than is usual by a recent grad-
uate who Is dissatisfied with her
Bernard DeVoto, who has hail-
ed the book as "A novel and also
the beginning of a career,” has
A rare Insight into the heart
and mind of a mother Is shown
by Andre Birabeau in hie "Reve-
lation," published by the Viking
Press and translated by Una,
It Ife tbe etoty.ot n mother who
line centered her entire life
ground her only eon only te find
FORT MORGAN, Colo.,-OP)—
A local drug store offered an fee
cream cone for every egg brought
in on a certain day. When the
doors were closed for the night,
weary clerks had passe! out a
total of 4,286 cones.
Enrolment in the school of
mechanical engineering at the
University of Oklahoma baa In-
creased 260 per cent In the last
Telephone Want Ade te No. 18
Oklahoma’s Boat Coal
Smoke, Sett, Clinkers,
Slack and very little eeh.
F. E. ARNO]
LET GOOD THINGS GET TOGETHER I
Try golden honey
WHAT a treat! CHep, flavorfvl flakes in a bowl of milk
and honey! Every one wil love them!
You’ll never know how good corn flakes can be until
yon try Kellogg’s—in die red*and<green package.
Kellogg’s Com Flakes have a delicious flavor and
tempting crispness that no other com flakes have ever
duplicated. Try them for an extra special treat. With
milk or cream—fruits or honey added.
You’ll like them for breakfast, lunch or supper. Ideal
for the children’s evening meal. So easy to digest.
At all grocers. Served by hotels, restaurants. On diners.
Always oven-fresh in the waxtite inner sealed wrapper.
Made by KeUogg in Battle Creek, Mich. Alto makers of Kellogg's
ALL-BRAN, Rice Krispiet, Kellogg's Shredded WhoAo Wheat
Biscuit, Pep Bren Flakes, Wheat Krumblet and Kaffee Hag Coffee
—lAa coffee the* lots you deep.
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