The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 103, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 31, 1932 Page: 3 of 6
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TUESDAY, MAY 31, 19.32.
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
1.1 NtlllvOX (HI,STS
'Mr. and Mrs. Chus. A. Mason.
!i IN South Maroiiili avenue, were
liosts to a well appointed I
o'clock luncheon Monday when
guests Included Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schafer, sous, llohhy and
Hurry J.. Mrs. J. A. Uelgnan and
son. Junior, of Oklahoma City,
and Mrs. (’. M. 1‘aulson an''
(luuglllcr, Miss Anna. A low oowl
of cape Jasmine ami sweet pear
formed a lovely centerpiece.
• * »
SI SOU DINM.lt
(inests or Mr. and Mrs. Hoorn*
Clark, 7in South Barker avenue,
at a 1 o'clock Sunday dlnnet
were Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stllte ol
Okarchc, Mr. and Mrs. (irorse
Kline, dailKhters, Amy. Annie am.
Delma, ami son, l.eonurd.
• • •
Mrs. I*'. M. Buckley and ilauglt
ter. Miss Thelma. IIII South
Kvans avenue, who spent tin
week-end In. Oklahoma city with
their daughter and sister, Mrs
K. .K. McKIsslek, ami Mr. Me-
Klsslck, wore the honoreos at a
lovely 7 o'clock dinner Hr Id ay
eteulllK in Hi*' holm' of Mr. and
Mrs. John Hope
Thursday evening they attend
cd a picnic dinner with a group
of friends at Hast l.ake, and
Sunday. Mrs. Buckley, Miss Buck
ley, Mr. and Mrs. MeKUsi' k mo-
tored to (Suthrle where they were
the Riie is of Mrs. Buckley's son.
laiwronce Buckley, and Mrs.
Mrs. II. It. Yowell. 211 Weal
Missionary Society of the Cen-
tral Methodist church. An ull-
day session ut Ihu church, fea-
turing a covered di ll luncheon ul
noon. Mrs. It. H. Williamson
will he iii charge of the Mission
A III t heap class of tile Baptist
church. Host ss, Mrs. J. <1
(ioodfellow, N24 South Miles ave
nun, with Mrs. C. A. lllchards
I. (I. (I. F and Itehekali Join!
social in tin' I. H. O. K. hall.
Itou Temps 11 list *'s.. Mr- Dor
oiliy Haves, I I2n Sunset Drive.
Hose Cult of the Hard u elub.
Hostess, Mrs. H. K. Bolielirake,
Oak and Mitehell.
I’ustlme llridge club. Hostess
Mrs. II. H. Shrader, #Io South
Belle Bennetts. Hostess, Miss
Minnie lain Jon s. 614 Soiilli
Barker avenue, with Miss Mar-
tha McConnell leading the les-
Woman's Culture elub. Host
esses, Mrs. A. C. iHarley. Mr O
S. I'ux and Mrs. A. B. Cluilssen,
at the Clanssi.n 1*1111111 ry estate.
''Suit.- I s," n> ar Okliilniiua City.
1.1 M III'ION (.11 SiS
Miss Maxiiie MeHoiiald wu
I rhariiiiiig hostess at a I o'eloek
II M. H. Hostess. Mrs. Charles
Canon, I lilt South Maeiimh ave-
Kntre Nuns. Hostess, Mrs. A.
T March, lilii South Hoff avenue,
with Mrs. K. <!. HarrUon assist-
Kiuaiioii Contract llridge e'ub.
Hostess, Mrs. Walter C. Kills-
ehowsky, l.lebniann apartments.
Mrs. I.uclun Schooling w ill a* I as
Tuesday I'layerh. Hostess, Mrs.
('. II. Siler, 1117 South Maeomli
W. It. A. All day mooting In
the Trainmen's hall, with the
Chlckashu ladles as guests.
itehekali Circle. Uegillar meet-
ing in the I. O. O. H. hall.
Amuse Ye elub. Hosts, Mr.
and Mrs. W J. Sloehr. C3i! South
Jolly Klght elub. Ilosleiw, Mrs.
J C. Ming. 213 South Williams
Conlrarl Bridge eluli. Hostess,
Mrs. Haul H. I.ielimaiiii, I ""2
South Barker avenue.
laiff A laid. I lost ess. Mis ‘ dinner Monday in her hum*' at
Helen Klanigan, Ills South Bar-! 217 Sooth M:n*imh avenue, wlo'ii
MISS ST. CLAIRE
Event to Be in June At
Announeement Made Of
Secret Marriage Here
(>. D. O. dull. Hostess, Mrs
T. Orabfeldor, Hurt Iteiio.
Wednesday I’layors. Hostess,
Mrs. I,. W. Hill, 121 s W.-t Ism-
Unity Bridge elilb. Hostess,
•Mrs. Floyd I'. Wilson. '*2o South
(I. I A. Iliisle,i. Mrs. John
S eiirtly lleiii'lit A mlallii.l
lingular meeting Iii Hie
Honoring Mrs. K c. King, who
Is leaving soon with Mr. King
unit daughter. Miss Annette, to
make their home in Oklahoma
City, Mrs. C. A. Kvans entertain-
ed at three tables of lirldge Sat-
urday evening in her home at
lie South Itolieris avenue.
An abundance of spring flow*
ers formed a lovely liaekgroillld j Kllinon avenue
(T for the games In which Mrs.
Huorgr Hillman mud" high 'lire
J Thu favor was graciously present-! ,\|| divisions meet at l« a
| ed to the hotiorve. ,,t the chureli
The lio-tess was assisted in D. Y‘. W V K All day liiei I
1 serving by Mrs. C. K. Mcltonald
covers were luid for Miss Martha
Colli r. Miss Annette King, the j
hostess and her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. C K. M< Donald, and daugh-
ter. Miss Margaret.
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III Ill'll D.11 men
I Miss Murgaurite Ilian et wa-
'delightfully onlerialtied Monday
veiling at a surprise party at
• ..... —*--- cit'iHHK Hi n
I'orter, 301 North Hock Island )ier |in,„,,t got W t llayi si reel.
| in eelehratIon of her birthday
Bourn was I In- diversion of tile
ll II. ''Veiling, llie h'ltiorco making high
ore and Miss Ivy lam Bern II.
I.. A to H. C. of N. A Hosti\.s. I low score. Afterwards an I e
Mrs. K. It Barnhart. I Kouih i cour-e wa "rved the following
lielieral Society of Women',
Work of I he lTi'hltyterl.iii ehiii'i
Mr. and Mr- I V. H< ......Izel.
Miss Agnes Hendrix, Margem
Hull hlii-on. Little M.nf Id, lair
etta Jenson, Irene Beraell. Ivy * M"r,ly' MrK' 1
lam Burnell, ChrysUl Myers.
Minnie Myers. .Faye Bradley, Mr
The engagement of Miss Anna
'Kathryn SI. Clair, of laitrobe, I'a.
to William l.ewls Funk, sun ol
Judge and Mrs. John I.. Funk
7011 South Hoff avenue, has lien,
made by Miss SI. Claire's limit
Mrs. James Kdward I leek. uls«
The wedding Is to lie all event
of June. Miss St. Clair was
graduated from the Birmingham
school, Birmingham, I’a.. and the
llliiian Kindergarten Training
Mr. Funk, after having grad-
uated from the local htghschool
with the class of H*Ju. attended
the l.ake Forrest Academy. I.ak.'
Forrest. 111., for two years, lie
was graduated from the Sheffield
Scientific School of Yale Univer-
sity with the class of I'.HI U.
lie is a nicinlier of the I'hi
Hmiiiiii.i Bella fruternlty. For (lie
past I w o years lie has Im*<.u em-
ployed liy the V il Ira ll Mold and
Iron company In l.alrohe,
* • •
L.1DIKS (.01,1 ( I.I B
I'lay for the Ladles Coif club
at '■< o'clock Wednoaday morning
will lie for low pulls, after which
Mrs. Frill Hampton uud Mrs. K.
*i. Ilmrii.ii will he hostesses ul
Classes arc paired together u-
roIlQti Mr J i. Funk Mra C.
\ Kvalis. Miss Blanche Ash-
hrook; Mrs II C. Brown, Mrs.
Kd Montgomery and Mrs. J. K.
Mrs Fred K. Perry, Mrs. J. L.
Trevulhaii, Mrs. Harry Alfrcy;
vii (laorge w Brinkley, 'li-
st \ \,ill.rook. Mra w ll Km-
liury; .Mrs, Clyde Mil-grove. Mrs.
Harrison, Mrs. J. W. Ilayduii;
Mrs. Haydn J. Havla Ml V It
H Mi.i». Mrs.
J. O. Chainin'
Mrs Klin IHchurd Itevlllc, Mrs
Harden I‘arty Scene
Aiiuoiiucemunt Is made by Mrs.
B. K. Kcnaga, 607 West Loudon
street, of the marriage of her
daughter, Miss Beatrice, and Buy
Sparks, son of Mr. and Mrs. (I.
Sparks, Oklahoma City, which has , , . »
been kept seen t since Beccmbor, l>illl(|UCt 1111(1 I Ll 111C Is
Mrs. Sparks, who for the past
several years lias been connected
with the Yukon Mill, was a
member of the graduating class
ot the Kl lino highrtchool in
During her school career she
was a charter mem her of the
Squaws, girls' pep club, and ac-
tive in the girls' glee dull, the
orchestra and Tsa-Mo-<Sa. She
An old fashioned gulden pnrlv
was the manner In which Hi*
fourth annual formal hamiuet o'
the Sacred Heart Alumni a, •->< i.<
tion was given Monday evening in
the Knights of Columbus home.
Kutranee to llie scene of the
banquet, featured on the third
later attended an Oklahoma <'Hy floor aml r„||0wed by dum iug.
business school. Mrs. Sparks is. WJW ,|,,-0ukIi archways in a win;,
also a member of the Delta | |Mlllce fem.l% untwined with morn
Kappa (lamina, social group.
After finishing a business s liool
in (iklalioma City Mr. Sparks be-
came employed at Fort lleno.
which position he now holds. Tli
young couple will lie at homo to!
their ninny friends ut the Muzzy
tng glories in the pastel shades
At Intervals along each wall It i I
been placed trellises twined wi:li
various flowers and vines.
Numerous baskets of larkspur,
roses, bridal wreath, fern aim
palm leaves were placed at van-
tage points between the ir. lllsi s.
... ... , ... . . At one point, a section of • ii
H uflfhiiK ol .*liss l.oomis, W|tlll. lllM|,.,. had t.-
Mr. Watson April Event 11*1"""1 i""1 liv,'!v lM"h'1
j with blaek-oyed susans.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. I annuls. I While lattice with aweet pea
719 Mouth Blekford avenue, an- in pastel shade fenced the on lie
nou me the marriage of their lira pit. which had been tra:i-
daughter. Miss Carly. to Valdo formed Into a hit of sky. * <111 l»l.'t*»
Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. ('. with lls numerous stiver stars
It Watson, south of Kl Hello, i and large, full moon. Thu sky
which was ail eveut of April 23. j effect hud been repeated al c„ !i
The eereiuouy was performed window. Opiaislte the orchesirt
In I’urvell by Itev. W. T. Cost Hie punch howl had hei'ii anting
pagtor of the Baptist ettufeh ei| to represent an old fashloueil
there. Mrs. Watson, who Is ae- garden well. Sweet peas were
live in the Kats clllh, girls' so- i also Used here,
rial group, attended the Kl Reno From the celling al equal In
hlgliM'hool during III'* past term, j tervals. hung two large Japanese
and was a pledge lo the Squaw lanlcriis. Smaller Japanese Ian
from the local highschool will. I room, were strung In a square
the i lass of ItClo Mr. and Mrs from the celling, and sweet pea-
Watson will reside ut 211 South ami vines used In rniicen| lie
Admire avenue. i wiring I'illurs In Ihe c liter of
* * * | the I'imiiu were decorated with Ihe
morning glories and green vines.
The quartet tables, which were
appropt lately arranged In tie
gulden setting, were centered
Tan Calf Hal Oxford, Hrown Calf Trimmed,
(i to 11
Fred H. Hampton
11! So. RicklonI
- 1 ~
terns III various colors to bar
was graduated nionlxt* with the setting of tile
ing In Oklahoma Ully. where a ,mi| Mrs Walter Carson ami Mr. ** 1 **'r' Hittv Ism
matinee will l» enjoyed loll,.*- Kmrna Ca.-on ;',r' >‘»v'" Va,.dlvler; Mrs.
It. ( . Klee, Mrs. Hayward Wright.
lug the luncheon.
Called ll.ee'• || , M . . Ud Mil Cill ",.....J" ' T M*r' ''
I ell South Churlaw avenue, ha lug at the parish house at 2 J1' nli":ham returned Monday evening ' 1' Mi- ,K It
fas their I o'clock ......... guest o'clock. ......... brief hual..en- trip to M-ndhonse Mrs Herman Young-
M, N M _____________ _______________ ________
S P EED is thrilling
\ 40 0 A. <♦> , *•» M.w
llllVOIIKK AT KIIIIIIKU
Uomplimeiillna Mrs. L. W May
field, wlio-e marriage wa > a re
c III event. Miss llehecca McOee|wllh pink rose hud* in iry-tal
entertained Saturday afternooii vases. Nut cups were of n
wllh a llilseellanisms shower III buds, while place cards wet"
the homo of the bonoree'a par ] «r*'t>u leaves, in which were
Mi .mil Mr, W Van Wag bMcaolud thO Meatl and ovei
goner, JiOb South Kvans avenue.
(tuests to • njoy the occasion
were Mrs. K. A Jackson. Mr
After the Invocation by Faille'
Hlynn, (Seorge Wall Ii. president
Drue Me'iee. Mrs. Helen Little "f the a.....-latlon, welcomed th«
Mrs. Je.sle Si halhelH'r. Mrs. Mai graduates. Miss larulse Collctl
Yowell. Mrs. Claire I'ortwiNid played a piano solo. Ml... I tori ha
On Patt Adams, Mr, Van Wax Mar-Ink ....... a to. al . •
goner, Mrs. W. It Snook. Mrs. and a apcclal dance was present id
Sarah Powell, Mtss Margaret by Mt,s Dorothy Parks
Wet. her, Mine Kdlth Iteeil. Ml»s! •' s|hs tally was the vm al do.
Irrna Little. Miss Alva Me rear, “Hid Pal." by Miss Ktlnd Smith, '
Miss Klma Little. Miss Helen who played her anninpunlmenl. i
Hamilton and Miss Maryltoll Kel-: comimslllon of her own The
piogram. pre,|ded over l>> Jailloi
In the afternoon's bridge game-. I Waleli, as toastmaster, wa- coo
Miss Heed won the high score ' Indeil by an add re-- to Fa|h r
favor, w h ii b she graciously pre-'Hlynn and a iiinfetilc shower.
senlnl the houoree Afterwards a
lovely I w o course luncheon w a
W 1.x X -1\ 1 1.1 lit,*S
A milling of llii' Wa Na Ka
I'ainpflre lllrl will lie held al
7 Ju o'i to. k Tile-day evening at
Honored liieinliern among lh
I'* In atli'tld Ihe iMliqoi'l wer"
those of Ihe 1932 graduating
clusa Including Uharl , Maxwell
Bishop. Ml.s t _i l| ff| Donnelly
Francis Dili, Ml-s Catherine Km
erlck. Miss Sybllla (lalx, Lloyd
Mem. Hugh M< l«iren. Mi- Ian
Wo Now Have Several of Ihe New
FORD V 8
for imeili;ile delivery. They are moving fast,
kit we manage to KPt more as we move them
Sec the New Ford Before You Buy
Improvements, both over the old model and
over other makes of low-priced cars, are so
numerous wee annot list them here. A
demon.'tuition will convince von!
their • lull itsniis III Ihe city hall. ".,U l!M' ',l
l.erlrildc Null Kim ami • laieti •
Mils tlllle Kennedy, a -1-1.1111
spnusnr, announced All aids an
urged to attend
HIWI It (.1 I vis
Mi. and Mrs J. W Bialey, ..n2
Sinilh Maeomli aienue, were III"
Monday evening dlnii- r guest - "I
Mr. and Mrs. J P. Draw Icy. 2'• 1 ••
Ninth Hudson, iiklalnmu ''By.
• • •
lleiaile Ilf Inrlrillent weather
Monday eyenlng. Ill*' putilnit p.nD
at will, ll Mi Mill Ml. \ I
Maich and Mr and Mi M A
Asblirinik were In have In Oil
hosts al (lie K| Hello linlf ami
Following the banquet, about
Inn iniiplis enjoyed d.iiu lug until
a late hour when innsl,' wa- fur
i:ls|ii'*l liy Kdrlie iFalr-s and Ii
or* bestra Out *>i town gm
were (rom Uklali*on,i City, 1 ukoii
ami Uhh ka-lM.
hm ll TimI«| Iii Cmit III'ill ll
I Ml n»m |M»»jr, dial |m 11 «»f N\N I*
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IHE EL RENO DAILY TRIBUNE
(lui'sls |ilwvi'i| al at) table - an.i
al tlu> • l.iac* .if Hu* i'v. ulna rc
trc-huii'iii, w««r** ,cr v i'<l Tli*
tllil |*iiDllig |*arlV **f till- I
‘ will tic Frblay •*%I'lilna. Juii« I"
Mr an.) Mi I <j
Mi ami Mi « Karl (I. Mnrrl* ami
>lau|hli*r. Ml,, Dana IMIt*, of Ok
lahmiia (‘By, were* tin* t oVli» k
.ttmi'.r gii'al* Knmlai >*t Mi ami
* a .1 ami wi'«t whli' u( |i
K*l Mlteriuaii tn ( iiiilliii'iilal IBI
. .mi|*.itiv. wi'-l 2a i'f I')'a 21
ami 22. Iilnck 2, 111- k*• w ,ii|.||lt*ia
in |b<> tiiwn iif Kl lli'ii i
Tims A. H ii 11 I., t '..lit In* ut a I
Oil ■■■1111*4111, lul 12. till*-k I, lu
- latki'Vlew ,iil«lIIlicit Nii. 2 In lb
(lanlniM. iM«n Ml Yukmi
SPECIAL CEREAL SALE
1/ gsg ■ /\/^ /-* p Whnlr Wl*»al nis' iiil Q /•
IVLLIA/UuS or Oran ruh*» Pko
CORN FLAKES S' I’Iik. 9c
CRAPE NUT FLAKES 11.1: 9c
POST BRAN FLAKES i tu: 9c
OHOCRS PALbt TILTH
Ni w llallliiii*ii*, Mil It, III*) I*'
ler Ki haatH, wbn ll M year-
Mr, J \ Hi liinelri*l, a I I Hull III j Itf age reeall- wlirti I*.- i*iii*. |**.I*
1 I'lilt* taw a'eliue
A MLMBLR[N£H SPAPLR* Of i 2 IIEjASSOCIA TED*PRtiSS ,
Mr, ami Mi- John (‘••ni|itun.
111« Hun .el O'**. were lh*'
bust* al a .lam lug imriy at Ihu
Blua.iiiu Heath siiuinier villa Hun
■lay eienlng alien Ilielr gue«|.
were MU* Pave llarnelle, nl
KlngfDher. Mr ami Mra. ,\I Mur*
I ilaun, Mr ami Ml* I’aul Meotl,
Mr ami Mi* J I' VVehllng. Mrs
Kalheilne ll.iiii i» k. Harry Clark
ami Joe Jaique*
SKUNK TURNS TlRKRUO
Tin i ing inn. I‘min, dpi An In -
■ rn.llaiv that ini mie i|ai**«| «ri•— •
I was Iillsetveil s|l|eaiBng a I'lleal
tire here Finest llangei »|war*l |
llawkea fi't'iMie*l seeing a nkmik, |
with Dir tiblare, lealilug I III iiilllli
uitiletiuush away frmn a Die, m*i
I ting a new fire at ever, |titn|i
SOWCINO ON ORSSN RKVIVIO
I'amlMblge, Maaw UP) The an
! i lent *|niil uf ''IniwBng «n Hi
green" rteently was rvtDnl nt
. IlirygN College.
(*•1 Itu i nw i at* In r i*f a liakti with
• lit* lale Tie.Ul.u* Kill-on, lies an
milllii erl Ills tilla-nl Jam ul golllll
I a new a* | uf false teeth MAli*l,"
. tie anya. "I'll l>*'l niv niuliev'. |
win Hi uni nl Hu iii le'liHe I Mb' "
Ml-- lienevleve llialev, fiiiJHuulli
Mail.ml. nvenue, **|a Ut Hie weik
■•ml will* fitemls i*t the Kh|ii>-i
i 1l|*lia Tliela amui Mv limi-e In
Hllllwnli i %
fly IfWia I ISarsai** * V-trlaMa ( -m^unS
( (M’NTRY CLI'll JKI.U 3 pke's*
JEI.1,-0, 3 pkuH,
CAMAY SO A I1, 3 l»:irh
III,I E RIBBON MALT, ran
1‘INEA 1*1*1,E, la rue si/.r. Kwh
CREKN OR WAX BEANS, I llts.
oRAN(;ES. full nl juice, lh*.
l,'ni \n i niN OK 11 I HONK, lb,
N EAI. CHOI’S, lit.
Slim I HER CUTS. lh.
ARM CUTS, lh.
ROLLED \ND BONED RIB, Hi.
rififil.Y WlUil.Y S|K*clnl Sliml. 2
BRISKET (SiiKMr Ciircil), H».
DRY SALT. I llbrw.
LONfJ HORN ( IIEKSK, Ik
I-R ANK I CR I ERS. Hi.
WEINEKS, 2 Ihs.
Had had dizzy spells
Alnel in Irtvt b**i»r • , , fra*--I *«•
lul diriinc** wiiulj nulr hu kcrl
mrrf, Shf erf.1. Lvdlt U l'i«kba*e *
Vt|rublg Compound In liklit l.*»n>
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