The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 44, No. 30, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 22, 1935 Page: 3 of 6
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22,1935
EL RENO (OK.) DAILY TRIBUNE
Special Party is
Courtesy To Club
As it special courtesy to the Bid Christian Church Council. Retu-
rn' Double club members Mr. and | lar monthly meeting at 2:30 p. m.
_ _ A. • ■ W-* , _ _ . n i t nU i ■ I./.I.
Mrs. O. E. Estes, of Minco, enter
talned informally at bridge Tues-
Guests to enjoy the event with
the honored group included Mrs.
Myrtle Rogers, of Lansing. Kan.,
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Conn and Mr.
and Mrs. Todd Davis, of Minco.
Roses were used in profusion
about the rooms to form a lovely
setting for the games, in which
Mrs Del Adkins and Mr. Davis re-
ceived the high score awards.
Consolation prizes were Awarded
Mrs. Rogers and Arthur Lambert,
while Mrs. Adkins and Mr. Conn
won the traveling prizes.
Following the games delicious
refreshments were served. Pink and
white was the color scheme effec-
tively carried out in all the party
Regular meeting of the club will
be held Thursday evening, May 29.
when Mr and Mrs. H. J. Fuller, of
Minco, will be hosts.
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POPPY SALE PLANNED
Final plans for the annual Poppy
sale to be held by the American
Legion auxiliary Saturday were
completed at a called meeting of
the unit at Legion hall Tuesday
Mrs. Richard E. Rohrbach. chair-
man of the annual drive, directed
plans with the assistance of Mrs.
Earl K. Yost, president.
Next regular meeting of the unit
will be held Monday evening, May
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CHAPTER AE. P. E. O.
Final meeting of the season for
Chapter AE, P. E. O., was held
Tuesday evening at the home of . „
Mrs. Glenn G. Mordy, 914 South BUMeD6 Glut). Hostesses Misses
Hoff avenue. Mane and Genevieve Gerber, 620
Mrs James M. Blair gave a
splendid review of Ruth Eleanor
McKee's book. "The Lord's Anolnt-
at the church.
Sti-Cha Sewing Club. Hostess,
Mrs. John Titterington, south of
El Reno Sunshine Club. Hostess,
Mrs. Phillips, 241 North L avenue.
8. B. A. 6:30 o’clock birthday din-
ner honoring members who cele-
brate anniversaries this month; reg-
ular business meeting and social
hour with cards diversion at I. O.
O. F. hall.
Baptist W. M. S. Circles will meet
One. Hostess, Mrs. Holmes Nich-
ols, 921 South Rock Island avenue.
Two. Hostess, Mrs. W. C. Mur-
phy, 735 South Miles avenue.
Three. Hostess, Mrs. J. G. Jeide,
1108 South Barker avenue.
Four. Hostess, Mrs. George W.
Cutrell, 215 North Hoff avenue.
Six. Hostess, Mrs. W. C. Elliott,
700 South Rock Island avenue.
Beauceant. Regular meeting at
the Masonic Temple.
Presbyterian F i d e 1 i s Sunday
School Class. Monthly meeting at
2:30 p. m. in the church parlor.
Members urged to be present pre-
pared for needlework.
B. E. C. Vlub. Hostess at all day
meeting and covered dish luncheon,
Mrs. O. O. Tollefson, 630 South
Mu Gamma Chi Club. Hostess,
Mrs. Earl Pritner, who will enter
IS H ELOTUESDAY
Courtesies Continued for
Vice president receives a poppy
Continuing the round of social
activities complimenting Mrs. Harry
Cressman, of Birmingham, Eng-
land, who is visiting relatives and
friends here and in Oklahoma City,
Mrs William E. Allen, 510 South
Bickford avenue, entertained Tues-
day at a prettily appointed 1 o'clock
Out-of-town guests other than
the honoree were Mrs. Barney
Stewart and Mrs. John Deignan, of
Oklahoma Cltv. Other guests to
enjoy the courtesy included:
Mrs. LeRoy D. Jones, Mrs. W. R.
Buckner. Mrs. Don Allison, Mrs.
Glenn Rhodes. Mrs. Maud Wil-
liams, Mrs. Charles M. Standard,
Mrs. V. P. Cavanaugh, Mrs. Mal-
com E. Phelps, Mrs. Alpha L.
Johnson. Mrs. Lee Rohde, Mrs.
Robert T Howie, Mrs. Charles A.
Mason, Mrs. Art Sawallisch, Mrs.
Richard B. Cobbs, Mrs. Floyd P.
Wilson, Mrs. Harry Morris and
Miss Anna Paulsen.
Covers were laid at five quartet
tables which were centered with
bouquets of spring flowers. Various
blooms were arranged in baskets
and vases about the rooms to form
a lovely setting for the occasion.
Pastel shades were employed in all
Mrs. Allen was assisted in her
Mrs. Earl Pritner, who will enter- , m,a was assisted in ner
tain at the home of her mother. | hospitalities by Mrs. Lee Rohde and
Mrs. John Lorenzen, 603 South Glenn Rhodes.
Hadden avenue. ] Favor for high score in the games
Royal Neighbors of America. Reg- contract went to Mi's. Stewart,
ular meeting in the I. O. O. F. hall. 1 whlle Mrs Williams received the
l second high awurd. A lovely host-
Kiy DAY | ess gift was presented the honoree.
Bon Temps Club. Hosts, Mr. and , * * *
'“ .. - ..... . _ TRIANON CU B
Mrs H. D. Milburn. of Concho.
Subdebs Club. Hostesses. Misses
ed." The author Is a librarian in
. Hawaii and collected data for her
j writing from missionaries In the
Programs for next year, theme
of which is “The Arts," were dis-
' trlbuted and a brief business ses-
sion was held Sessions will be re-
sumed October 1. when a dinner
will be held at the home of Miss
Marian Blake, 301 North Rock
Mrs. Joseph M. Ozmun assisted
the hostess in serving dainty re-
freshments before adjournment for
i the summer.
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ENTRE NOUS CLUB
All members were present when
I Mrs. Byron U. Rector. 820 South
f Bickford avenue, entertained at a
j 1 o'clock luncheon-bridge for the
Entre Nous club Tuesday afternoon.
Spring flowers formed the deco-
rations for the buffet luncheon. A
I series of games was concluded and
: the usual gift exchange was held.
Mrs James Kelso held high score
for the series.
Mrs. James E Kelso held high
scorer of the afternoon Hostess In
two weeks will be Mrs Thomas M
Aderhold, 405 South Williams ave-
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TUESDAY NIGIIT BRIDGE CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. E. B Vore were
additional guests at the meeting
of the Tuesday Night Bridge club
list evening, when Mr. and Mrs
Verne H Relsche. 505 South Elli-
son avenue, were assisted bv Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas L. Williams In
A luscious dessert course was
served preceding the games, on
which Mrs. Vore and John Pres-
ton tallied high scores. Rose buds
were arranged In silver bud vases
to center the tables, while spring
flowers were used in profusion
about tile rooms.
Next Tuesday evening Mr. and
Mrs. John Preston will be associate
hosts with Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Mar-
shall. 203 South Macomb avenue, to
Miss Virginia Barnard, 614 South
Hoff avenue, was assisted In enter-
taining^at the meeting of Trianon
South Choctaw avenue. ......n.g at me meeting
Oolden Rule Club. Picnic at Le- dub Tuesday evening
gion park. | Muriel Donnelly.
Tulip Unit to the Flower Garden Only club members participated
Club. Hostess, Mrs. Jesse D Rob- in the games of contract, in which
arte £10 CmuL Pllla.. .... ACre P tf . . ...
erts, 618 South Ellison avenue.
Krazy Kapers Klub. Hostess. Mrs.
Earl Penwright. south of the city.
Mrs. Paul E. Moon won the high
score award and Miss Helen Moon
received second high.
Friday Contract Bridge Club. Mrs. Gladnor A. Barnard assisted
Hostess, Mrs. Glenn Rhode, 1110 *'i serving refreshments at the
South Macomb avenue. j close of the evening Hostesses for
Friday Bridge Club. Hostess. Mrs. the meeting in a fortnight will be
H. C. Skinner. 1051 South Ellison announced later,
avenue, with Mrs. R. J. Klntz, of j * * *
Friendly Stitchers Club. Hostess. MATINEE CLUB
Mrs. Earl Humphreys, 1204 East i Meeting of Matinee club schrd-
Ash street. ' u'ed for Tuesday afternoon with
Order of Rainbow for Girls. Open „rs; °pal Shackelford, 901 South
Installation at the Masonic Temple Barker “venue, was indefinitely
with dancing afterwards on the Pudponed. Date of the meeting will
• “ be announced later.
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KIL RARE KLUB
Invited guests to enjoy the meet-
ing of Kil Kare Klub in the home
of Mrs Howard E. Stewart. 215
West Jenkins street, Tuesday after-
noon were Mrs. Herbert Moring,
Mrs. W. S Young, Mrs. D l!
Farmer and Mrs. L. W. Mayfield.
Roses were arranged In bowls
about the rooms and buds appear-
ed in crystal vases to center the
boards when dainty refreshments
were served at the close of the aft-
ernoon. Mrs. Arthur Clark assisted
the hostess in her hospitalities.
Mrs. O E. Spencer tallied high
for the club members and Mrs.
Mayfield scored high among the
Next Tuesday the group meets
with Mrs I,. W Wright. 200 North
Surprise Courtesy Honors
John N. Garner receives a buddy poppy from Charlotte Louise
Biddle, age 5, in advance of opening of Veterans of Foreign Wart
campaign sale in Waihington, D. C. Charlotte is from Eaton
Rapids, Mich, iaui,o Photu.i
HOW CAN I ?
By ANNE ASHLEY
Q How can I make and keep a
quantity of cocoa, when a great
deal of It Is used by the family?
A. Make a quart of chocolate
syrup and keep It in a bottle.
When the cocoa Is desired, use one
tablespoon of syrup to a cup of hot
Q How can I take proper care of
the finger nails, when necessary to
do work that Is somewhat dirty?
A. Rub soap under the finger
nails, let it dry. then remove. This
will prevent dirt from accumulat-
ing. The finger nails can be hard-
ened by rubbing them with vase-
Q How can I renovate a worn
A. Try giving It a coat of orange
G. G. G. Club. Hostess. Miss
Carlee Marie Davis, who will en-
tertain at the Clarence Imboden
home. 1007 Sunset Drive.
Rose Unit to the Flower Garden
Club. Hostess, Mrs. Ben Ray. 121
North Evans avenue.
Leisure Hour Club Hostess at 1
o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Chmmrry
Hall. 420 South Evans avenue, with
Mrs. Arthur Lambert, Mrs W O
Crump, Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs
E. R. Barnhart and Mrs. J. P
El-Fort Bridge Club Hosts, Mr.
and Mrs. John T. Meadors, 806
South Rock Island avrnue.
Junior Study Club. Regular meet-
ing at 2 p. m in the Juvenile de-
partment of the Carnegie library
Happy Go Lucky Club. Hosts, Barker avenue
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Cochercll. 11181 * * *
Sunset Drive. B t p CLUB
Eight Wee Maidens Club. Host- Mrs Phil Cnnimi*. u.nc «i,n „„iu
nociaw aw mu. Com Ulned the R K C
club Tuesday arternoon In the for-
AM1TY CLUB mer's home. 119 North Barker ave-
Meetlng of Amity dub wits held
Tuesday evening in the home of
Fred Htx, 403 South Holt avenue
By ROBERTA LEB
Q What are the m<*t appropri-
ate hours to make a formal call?
A. Any time between 3:30 and
Q. Is It good manners to make
an introduction in a perfunctory or
A. No; the Introduction should
be cordial and simple, but never
Q. What might be railed tbejnust
severe test of social ability?
Mrs. Henry C. Jones was thor-
oughly and happily surprised Tues-
day afternoon, when a group of
friends entertained with an infor-
mal party honoring her birthday
The courtesy was given in the
home of Mrs. C. I. Green, 204 South
Admire avenue, with the following
Mrs. Lucy Cubon, Mrs. Tice Wag-
ner. Mrs. B. Pelt, Mrs. Leonard
Shiffman. Mrs. J P. Morgan. Mrs.
R. C. Cranmer. Mrs Bun Anglin,
Mrs. Green and the honoree.
Pink and white was the color
note employed in the floral deco-
rations and other appointments.
Tlie pink and white birthday cake
centered the dining table, where
delicious refreshments were served.
The delightfully pleasant after-
noon was spent informally and Mrs.
Jones was the recipient of many
beautiful remembrances, which she
displayed for admiration.
Ray Merit Walbaum spent the
week-end with John Francis Fish
of Pleasant Valley.
Minnie Easly spent the week-end
in Okarchc visiting her sister, Na-
Mr. and Mrs Melvin Walbaum
and daughter. Joyce. Vernoise Cos-
A The giving of'a'large dinner wL|£L!?Uen,Rldgc «?"*!. Mrs' Ankp
successfully has been called the! M^ePe„rf „nda? . d,"n"
most severe test. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wal-
_;_ • oaum.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Armstrong
7 O'CLOCK DINNER mad«' « business trip to Okluhoma
It was to compliment her son. Olty Saturday.
Hostess trio to entertain with a
farewell party honoring Miss Doro-
ty Stone Tuesday evening included
Misses Eioise Hendy. Lucille Lln-
ville and Myrtle Sturdavant.
The courtesy, given as a surprise
affair, was enjoyed at the home of
the honoree's aunt, Mrs. John Gar-
rett, and Mr. Garrett, 116 South
Admire avenue, with whom she
has made her home while attend-
ing El Reno highschool during the
past school year.
Miss Stone will depart Friday
for her home in Walls. Miss.
Guests to enjoy the farewell court-
esy with her and the hostesses in-
Miss Helen Stines, of Oklahoma
City, Miss Doris' Eades, of Pied-
mont, Messrs. George Hiershe, El-
4'on Francis, Melvin and Virgil
Carpenter, of Kingfisher, Messrs.
John Waller. Estel Hart and Jun-
ior Bright, of Geary.
Misses Joan Davis. Helen Kelly,
Corrine Courtney, Iona Mae Quig-
ley. Anita Cantrell. Imogene Irwin,
Margaret Anderson, Margaret Det-
erman, Martha Flagg and Florene
Messrs. Glenn Heffron, Edward
Jones. James Gallagher. Harold
Wykert, Junior Goodger, Donald
Haynes, Gerald Freeman, Wavne
Entrekin and J. D. Williams.
Bridge and bunco were the di-
version with a pink and white
color note employed in the tallies
and other details. At bridge the
high score favors were awarded
Miss Stone and James Gallagher,
While bunco awards were presented
Miss 8turdavant and Melvin Car-
i Various other games were en-
joyed during the evening, at the
close of which a delicious ice course
was served. A wealth of spring
Jlowers was arranged in lovely bou-
quets about the rooms to form a
t-harming setting for the occasion
Mrs. Garrett assisted the host-
esses in the hospitalities of the
INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL
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governing production in the
news department, all society
Items must be telephoned to
this newspaper prior to 10 a. m.
on day of publication. Reports
reaching The Tribune after 10
n. m. cannot be published until
the following day. Cooperation
of all reporters in observing this
regulation will be appreciated
Mrs. H. A. Daniels, of Stillwater,
Is visiting in the home of Mr. and
Mrs Carl McCain, 202 North Bick-
Mr. and Mrs. John C. DeLana, 800
South Macomb avenue, spent Tues-!
day In the home of ihe latter's
mother, Mrs. Marlon 8. Cooler ini
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Curtis. Miss!
Eleanors Curtis. Andy Curtis and!
Melt Moe left Tuesday morning to |
attend the rodeo in Ardmore. They!
were accompanied by T. Cravtn, of
CLEARS OF SILT
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (U.B—For the
first time in its history as recorded
by man the Colorado river is clear
as it flows through Black canyon.
The silt that the river carried
has vanished from the waters be-
low the gigantic Boulder dam. The
Colorado has carried silt for cen-
turies, the result of its continuous
eating away of the Grand Canyon
river bed to the northeast.
Government officials expect to
plant rainbow trout in the river
below the dam.
Lee Stoneman. 301 North Bick-
ford avenue, spent Tuesday In Ok-
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Riley, Arch
Richey and son. W. B.. and Farl
Hayes, of Long View, Wash., have
departed for Arkansas where they
will spend the summer follpwing a
brief visit with Mr. Riley's broth-
er. Buel Riley, and Mrs. Riley,
208 West Jenkins street.
Permanent Wave $1.00
Complete with shampoo and set.
Regular $2.50 Duart
Permanent Wave $1.75
Complete with shampoo and set.
Reg. $3.50 Sanders Oil
Push-up Wave $2.50
Complete with shampoo and set.
Finger Waves 15c
All Work Guaranteed
115'. North Bickford
Opposite Koval Theatre
Miss Lydia Williams, 1015 West
London street, has resumed her
duties at Davis Electric following a
recent appendectomy at the El Reno
Mr and Mrs. John Fails, of Ok-
lahoma City, announce the birth of
a son weighing six and three-four-
th pounds Thursday morning. Mav
16. to whom they have given the
name. John. Jr. Mr Farls ts a son
of V. S. Farls, 802 South Williams
Maurice Stewart. 601 SouUi Miles
avenue, has returned from a sev-
eral months' slay In Welrton, w
Roses adorned the rooms to form
ian attractive setting for the ses-
Buslnets was routine and a social!810”' durtnR which plans were
nnr fniimvoH uriih eofemL,,,..,. r made for an all day nieetinK and
hour followed with refreshments
served before adjournment.
Host and date for the next mret-
„ lng will be announced later.
Planking Fish Is Favored
By the White House Cook
llv JUDITH WILSON
DLANK1NO has always been
* considered by epicures to be
Uv' most delightful method of
idding to the already delicious
flnvor of fish. Have a wooden
Plank and keep It for fish alone.
Clean It with a brush after using,
rinse with warm water and dry.
Do not scrub with hot soapy
water or you will dissolve out of
It the thins for which It exists—
Us woodsy, subtle flavor. These
cooking planks are usually of
oak or other hard wood and can
he purchased at any department
Before using, heat the plank In
a very hot oven, then remove and
oil thoroughly. Place your fish
fillet*, steaks or whole split fish
oil Ihe plank, skin side down.
The fish should be soaked for
three n. utea In a strong salt
solution, Ihen dried and oiled
thoroughly before placing on the
plank. Next sprinkle with one
Inblespoon grated onion. The
oven should be very hot when
Ihe rooking Is begun. After ten
minutes, reduce the heat and
continue cooking for fifteen to
twenty-five minutes, basting once
nr twice with four tablespoons
melted butter to which one-
fourth teaspoon pepper has been
The fl. :t should be evenly and
attractively browned. The size of
the fish will determine the exact
eooklng time. About five minutes
before the fish la done, surround
N with mashed potatoes, well-
seasoned end beaten until fluffy
1th ream. The potatoes will
be more attractive If squeezed
through a pastry tube. Other
vegetables may be arranged on
the plank when you remove it
from the oven. Garnish with
pniHley or watercress and lay the
plank on a platter nr tray before
| taking it to the table.
Tomato Uoeklail* with
Tiny Uurumhrr Sandwiches
Planked Shad with Mashed
Green Pea* In Turnip Tup*
VVine Macaroon Pudding
Filet of Sole with Cheese Sauee
Salad of Assorted Greens
Honey Fruit Tapioca
Tea with Lemon
Planked tVhlte Fish or Trout
This Is a favorite recipe of
Henrietta Nesbitt, housekeeper
for the White House, on whose
shoulders rests the task of seeing
that the nations problems are
fared with a well-satisfied stom-
The fish should weigh four or
live pounds. Have It split and
boned. Lav on a thick plank, skin
side down. Cover the exposed
part of the plank with salt to
prevent scorching. Brush the
fish generously with melted
butter. Place under n rather slow
broiling flame. Turn frequently
so the fish will rook and brown
evenly. This will take from
twenty to twenty-live minute*.
To teil If done. Insert a fork and
lift the flakes of the fish, without __
breaking them to see If It li PHONE CLASSIFIED ADS TO 1*
cooked next to the plank When
ready to aerve scrape the salt
from the plank, surround with
crisp watercress or any desired
vegetable. Place the plank on a
With this serve a sauee made
from mayonnaise well flavored
with lemon juice, paprika and
•onre finely cut chives.
covered dish luncheon to be held
.Thursday at the home of Mrs o
O. Tollefson, 630 South Ellison
A needle work hour was followed
by a clever contest, in which Mrs.
Tollefson won first prize and Mrs
Rav McCormack received the sec-
Mrs Phil Connors assisted the
hostess In serving a delectable re
past at the close of the afternoon.
Hostess at the regular meeting In
a fortnight will be Mrs. Jnmes W.
Preston, noo Sunset Drive.
* * *
ALTRUISTIC ( LASS
Monthly business and social meet-
ing of the Altruistic Sunday school
elass of the First M. E. church was
held Tuesday evening In the base-
ment of the church with twenty-
five members In attendance.
J. C. Russell, president, presided
over the routine business session,
after which Mrs. Ed 8choolcys
group was In charge of entertain-
ment, Including clever games and
A luscious lee course was served
at a late hour. Hosts for the June
meeting will be announced later.
* * *
There was a good attendance at
Ihe meeting Of the Rebekah lodge
held Tuesday evening In I. O. O F.
hall. Following routine business,
memorial services were held for
the Into Addin Wilson and Eddie
Hertion, which was a beautiful
Plans were made for the annual
Memorial day services to be held
nt 2 p. m. Sunday. June 2, at the
hnll Members of (he Kingfisher
Odd Fellow and Rcbcluh organi-
zations have been Invited to be
The county council scheduled for
Inst evening was postponed until
June 4 because of a special inert-
lng in Lawton.
Orville Robinson, and A. B. Wag-
ner. both graduates of El Reno
hlgtischool with the class this
spring, that Mrs. Lewis Robinson.
1211 West Wade street, entertained
Tuesday evening Bt a well ap-
pointed 7 o'clock dinner.
Seated with the honorees were
Miss Dorothy Ellen McCoy, Miss
Flora Bell Wagner, Miss Agnes
Kamp. Monroe Bennett. Wilbur
Fox. Archie Herbert and Earl Rob-
Roses and other spring flowers
formed the center piece for the
dining tabic and were used in at-
tractive bouquets about the rooms.
Music and bunco were the diver-
sions following the bountiful din-
ner Mrs. Sam Hulbert assisted the
hostess in her hospitalities.
* * •
Mrs. Davis Vandivler, 1127 South
Seventh street. Chlckasha, has is-
sued Invitations to a group of El
Reno friends for a 1 o'clock
luncheon-bridge to be given Thurs-
day at her home.
• • *
Roval Neighbors will meet a I the
usual hour Thursday afternoon for
regular session at I. o. O. F. hall
and all members are urged to be
* • •
MU GAMMA ( III CLUB
Meeting of the Mu Oamma Chi
club will be enjoyed Thursday eve-
ning when Mrs Earl Pritner will
entertain at the home of her
mother. Mrs. John Lorenzen. 603
8outh Hadden avenue.
• * *
WOMANS CULTURE CLUB
Announcement lias been made of
cancellation of the annual guest
day fete for Woman's Culture club
this yenr and the courtesy sched-
uled for Friday nfternoon with
Mrs. Elmer F. Pipkin, 805 South
Hoff avenue, will not be held as
Next regular meeting of the
group will be May 31. when Mrs.
Pearl Worthington, southeast oi
the city, will be hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc Bowen and
family and Mr. and Mrs. George
•Bowen were among the Sunday
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Dave
Bungham and family of WatongH.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mason and
iHiHily attended a .sinuini; convcn-
tlon at Hydro Sunday.
TO VISIT IN KANSAS
Mr. and Mrs Chester Whited,
and small daughter. Dorothy Ellen
of Oklahoma City, who Imvc been
guests for the past several days oi
Mrs. Whited's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W R. Mowre. 112 South Evans ave-
nue. departed Wednesday for Cold-
water, Kan., to visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Butler Mrs. Butler Is
the former Miss Audrey Padgett, of
Mrs. Fred Brockman, of Glendale,
Calif., and Mrs. Fred Jurgens, of
Ban Diego, Calif , are visiting In ihe
home of their cousin, William Mor-
rison and Mis. Morrison, 420 North
GUEST OF COUSIN
Mrs. M Phelps, of Kansas City,
Mo., la a guest In the home of her
cousin. Mrs. L. A. Garner mid Mr
Oarner. 706 South Hoff avenue,
PHONE CLASSIFIED ADS TO 18 | v.
We accept that
(hat all the
do not eonie In
LET US SHOW YOU HOW THE NORGE WILL MAKE
“More Cold Than You’ll Ever Need”
And It’s Uollalor Refrigeration, Too!
15c a Day on
• Kxtra Power
• Food Savings
• More Cold
“Now, about Brakes. ..
“JISI look \l IIIIS— the nete hnrd brakes have more braking
surface for t ar Height Ilian on any other t ar less than $11195 ...
“ALSO Ford uses IJ-inth brake drums, so you need less pres-
sure on the pedal . . .
“AND MORE I HAN llltf, ford uses big 6 x Itninvli tires tu giie
gootl grip tin tlte rotttl— any road!”
ASK y«ur Ford dealer ahmil (lie thing* sou
f\ want in a car. lie’ll answer your questions
with fads—not just general claims.
Safety?—Besides logger and heller new
brakes, the Ford Y-8 lias an all-steel body,
welded steel-spoke wheels, safely glass all
around til no extra eosljf
Comfort and room?— More room iliau ever
and a “front-seat ride"' for every |iassengrr,
Imcause of new weight distribution ami new
Thrifty operation?— Ford VJl ecotH*ny lias
been prints I in use. This year's Ford is easier
than ever on gas and oil. l ord repair* and ad-
justments are trilling, too.
Nee this new carat your Ford dealer's. Drive
it. (,hiestion it. Notir questions will lie more
than answered h) the car itself!
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WE CAST ANY KIND OF ME1AL
ROLL DINCK GRIND III.04 KM
RUN C ONNECTING ROI>«
GENERAL MACHINE WORK
Lanmatt Foundry and Machine Co.
Phone 579 E,r Reno
SEE THE NEW 1935 FORD V-8 AT
HART MOTOR Co.
110 No. Rock Island
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 44, No. 30, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 22, 1935, newspaper, May 22, 1935; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918982/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.