The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 299, Ed. 1 Monday, January 30, 1933 Page: 3 of 6
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MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1933.
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rinderhagen,
southwest of the city, entertain
Saturday evening with a well ap-
pointed dinner as a farewell court-
esy to Mr. and Mrs. Will Harms,
of near Piedmont, who are leaving
to make their home in Joplin, Mo.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Chappell and daughter,
Marcia Jo, Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Heckes, Mrs. Henry Bchne and J.
* * *
Several members of the local
W. M. S., of the Baptist church,
are planning to attend the Bible
institute to be held in Kingfisher
The morning session will begin
at 10 o'clock. A full day’s pro-
gram has been arranged. Mrs. A.
L. Aulick, of Oklahoma City, will
be the instructor.
* * $
Miss Josephine Lewis, 417 South
Admire avenue, entertained at an
informal party Saturday evening
after the basketball game honor-
ing her house guest, Miss Shelby
Smith, of Shawnee.
Guests to enjoy the courtesy
with the hostess and honoree were
Miss Pauline Barrett, Miss Ru-
by Holden, Miss Juanita Riley and
the following members of the
Aubrey Anthony, Melvin Skelton,
Ed Gorman, Robert Fauble, Jack
Baer, Carl Carmichael and Clark
At a late hour delicious re-
freshments were served.
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BID OR DOUBLE CLUB
Meeting of the Bid Or Double
club was held Thursday evening
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Del
Adkins, 730 South Miles avenue.
A turkey dinner was featured at
7 o’clock as a covered dish affair.
Valentine colors, red and white,
appeared in all the decorations ana
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Davis, of
Minco, were additional guests to
enjoy the well appointed dinner
and evening of bridge with club
Mr. and Mrs. George Shirey held
high score for the evening and
Mrs. Arthur Lambert was the low
Kil Kare Klub. Hostess, Mr>.
J. C. Stickley, 533 South Miles
Entre Nous Club. Hostess, Mrs.
Thos. M. Aderhold, 405 South
Contract Bridge Club. Hostess,
Mrs. Joseph M. Rector, Jr., 603
South Williams avenue.
Baptist Y. W. A. Society. Host-
ess, Miss Winona Thompson, 815
Trianon Club. Hostess, Miss Hel-
en Moon, 311 South Barker ave-
nue, with Mrs. Paul Moon as as-
Business and Professional Wo-
men’s Club. Dinner at 6:30 o’clock,
after which Mrs. Glenn E. Bone-
brake, guest speaker, will discuss
G. T. C. Club. Hostess, Mrs.
E. C. King, of Oklahoma City.
B. O. G. A. Club. Hostess, Miss
Peggy Maxwell, 107 North Barker
Tuesday Players. Hostess, Mrs.
Thompson Gilbert, 205 South Hoff
Tres Mesa Bridge Club. Hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Imboden,
1007 Sunset Drive.
Cubanettes Club. Hostess, Miss
Allien Spears, 601 South Hadden
G. I. A. Hostess, Mrs. C. C.
Craig, 502 South Macomb avenue.
Catholic Daughters of America.
Monthly meeting at the K. of C.
Wednesday Bridge Club. Host-
ess, Mrs. L. R. Gephart, 1016 South
Progressive Players. Hostess, Mrs.
L. W. Mayfield, 420 North Rock
Tri Hi Bridge Club. Hostess at
covered dish dinner, which will be
for the husbands, Mrs. Joseph M.
Ozmun, 409 South Hoff avenue.
Rebekah Circle. Regular meet-
ing at the I. O. O. F. hall.
Nighthawks Bridge Club. Hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Skinner, 1051
South Ellison avenue.
O. D. O. Club. Hostess, Mrs.
Alice Smith, 1105 West Wade
Two Employes Are Given
, Meeting of the group Thursday J. C. L. Club. Hostess, Mrs. Ed
evening, February 9, will be with I Wolf, north of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert, 107 South j T. M. T. M. Club. Hostess. Mrs.
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Allen Patterson, 209 North O ave-
Wednesday Players. Hostess, Mrs.
Richard Walker, northwest of the
Unity Club. Hostess, Mrs. Jess
W. Ozmun, 1015 South Hoff ave-
Azulikit Club. Hostess, Miss
; Ethel Dowell, 901 South Rock Is-
' land avenue.
First M. E. General Aid So-
ciety. Monthly meeting at 2:30
o'clock in the parlors of the
church with members of the sec-
ond division as hostesses.
Security Benefit Association,
Council No. 758. Regular meeting
at the I. O. O. F. hall.
Baptist General meeting ior Bi-
ble Study and Business. Meet at
2:30 p. m. in the parlors of the
Presbyterian Division Meetings of
The General Society of Woman's
Work will be held as follows:
Division One. Hostess at 1
o’clock luncheon, Mrs. Don D.
Cole, 706 South Williams avenue.
Division Two. Hostess at 1
o'clock lungheon, Miss Marian
Blake, 301 North Rock Island ave-
Division Three. Hostess at 1
o’clock luncheon. Mrs. T. G.
Mowry, 201 South Macomb ave-
Division Four. Hostess at 1
o’clock luncheon, Mrs. Jos. T
Phelps, 820 Soutli Rock Island
Baptist W. M. S. Executive
Board. Meets at 10:30 o’clock at
the church witli a covered dish
luncheon at noon.
Christian Missionary Society.
Meets at 2:30 o’clock at the church.
Mrs. W. O. KltzmlUer will be les-
son leader and Mrs. C. T. Streeter
will give a map talk. A very In-
teresting program Is being arrang-
Central M. E. Missionary So-
ciety. February business session
will be held at 2:30 o'clock in the
parlors of the church.
One of the largest and loveliest
events featured at Concho during
the winter was the dinner given
by employes Sunday as a fare-
well courtesy to Miss Jane Hen-
drix and H. D. Inkanish, who are
retiring from the Indian service.
The table decorations and all
appointments were suggestive ol
St. Valentine’s day. Tall tapers in
silver holders, tied with red rib-
bons added beauty to the boards
as did the attractive place cards.
Out-of-town guests among the
fifty-three in attendance were
George Wells, supervisor of In-
dian education, and Mrs. Wells, ol
Oklahoma City, and Dr. Voffbeck,
Retirement lor Miss Hendrix,
senior teacher, who has been in
service for the past twenty-four
years, will become effective Janu-
ary 31, while Mr. Inkanish will
retire February 15, with thirty
years service. He is boys’ advisor
at the Cheyenne ana Arapaho
Miss Hendrix plans to go to
Arizona, where she will visit the
remainder of the winter with rel-
atives and friends. Mr. Inkanish
will supervise work at his farm,
north of Carnegie.
Mrs. Roberta Willis was in
charge of arrangements for the
Talks were made by L. S. Bon-
nin, superintendent of the C. and
A. agency, W. T. Dias, Cruze Mc-
Daniels, J. B. Vernon and W. K.
Kelly, of Concho, while Mr. Wells
was the guest speaker.
The remainder of the afternoon
was spent informally and the
usual felicitations were given the
honorees by their many friends.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Naylon
and daughter, Miss Nancy, 812
South Barker avenue, had as their
Sunday night supper guests Harry
Shuttee, of Kansas City, Mo., Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. Shuttee, Mr. and
Mrs. Don D. Cole and daughter,
Miss Norma Helen.
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7 O’CLOCK DINNER
The 7 o’clock dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Hardison,
806 South Hoff avenue, Sunday
evening were Mrs. H. F. Schween
and Dr. Nesbitt Miller, of Okla-
homa City, George Hardison, of
Anthony, Kansas, and Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Merry.
WRITTEN FOR CENTRAL PRESS
By E. V. SHEPARD ,
FAMOUS BRIDGE TEACHER
OPENING GAME BIDS
AN OPENING game bid trust!
partner for two tricks. This Is rea-
sonable. An average dummy eon-
tributes three tricks. An opening
game bid announces probable small
support for any shift by partner. It
also means not more than one or two
defensive trlcka An opening game
bid denies slam hopes, as only well
fitting strength held by partner can
be utilized. The hand below affords
an excellent example of an opening
bid of 4-Spades. Solid lops In beans
might prove to be useless In pari-
ner's hand. Only the Ace of diamonds
would be worth a trick In dummy
Almost any high cards In clubs
would prove valuable In dummy. But
how Is the partner to know which
of three suits cbd assist the opening
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Although the next hand ts a two-
suiter, an opening bid of 4-Hearts
should be made. It Is Improbable
that the hand can go game at clubs
unless it also can go game at hearts.
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One reason for making an opening
game bid is to deter opponents from
bidding. If afforded an opportunity
to get together It Is probable that
opponents may discover a game-
Never mind quick tricks. If you
have game-going strength. 1 once
held the hand marked Z, and I bid
4-Spades as dealer, thereby shutting
out a spread for 6-Hearts had either
Announcement is made of the
engagement and approaching mar-
riage of Miss Louise Baldwin, of
Oklahoma City, and James Mc-
Cormick. Tlie wedding will be an
event of Monday, February 6, and
will take place at 9 a. m. in the
Our Lady of Perpetual Health
church, Oklahoma City, with Fa-
ther Connor reading the vows.
Mr. McCormick is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McCormick,
921 West Wade street, and at the
present is located at Pawhuska,
where he is general foreman for
the John W. Fox construction
The young couple will make
their home in Pawhuska until the
bridge being constructed by the
company is completed.
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1 O'QLOCK DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. DeAtley, 308
North Evans avenue, entertained
Sunday with a well appointed 1
Covers were laid for Mrs. E. M.
Spiker and daughter, Miss Gladys,
opponent dared make ao venturesome
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A had u mean choice to mako of
opening leads. He disliked leading
from his major tenace In hearts. He
■Jared not lead a club, that perhaps
might enable both the Ace and Q of
that salt to win against such an
opening. He did not want to lead off
his Are of trumps, as It might save
me the loss of a high spade honor.
His safest lead appeared to be a dia-
mond, and A led his 9, B'a Ace won
It la ordinarily bad to lead from a
minor tenace, but dummy having
nothing to trap In hearts, B led his
fourth-best card of that suit. Of
course I had to trump the heart, and
lead spades. All that A-B took were
two trump tricks and one diamond
trick. Had they played the hand at
hearts 1 would have taken one dia-
mond trick, and my partner would
have taken ono club trick. The pre-
emptive bid gave us game, and It
also prevented A-B from bidding
their own game make.
land Mrs. Biitnie Cheney, of Ok-
lahoma City, Mrs. B. L. Miller, of
Siloam Springs, Ark., the hosts,
! daughters, Mrs. Carl Reynolds anu I
Miss Lorraine DeAtley, and son,
Jack DeAtley, Jr.
♦ * *
A delightful surprise party was
given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Roush, northwest of the
city, Sunday afternoon honoring
the sixty-fifth birthday anniver-
sary of Mr. Roush.
Those to make up the party
were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas,
daughter, Miss Evelyn, and son.
Calvin, of Calumet, Mr. and Mrs.
Lonnie Roush, W. E. Roush and
sons, Lonnie, J. B. and Howard,
Misses Virginia, Maxine and Mary
Louise Roush and Johnnie Roush.
The afternoon was spent in-
formally and a luscious ice course
was served before adjournment.
Basket Dinner is Feature
The revival meeting at the
Church of Christ got underway
Sunday with a full house attend-
ing all three services. Rev. Charles
W. Latimer, evangelist, delivering
Representatives from 10 church-
es of other communities were re-
ported in attendance.
At noon an old-time basket din-
ner was conducted in Trainmen's
By ROBERTA LEE
Q. When one has been staying
at a hotel and has used the tele-
phone quite a number of times,
should one tip the telephone opera-
tor, and if so, how much?
A. Yes, and the minimum tip
is fifty cents.
Q. Should a sandwich which
has been cut in half be eaten with
A. The open-face sandwich is
eaten with a knife and fork. The
ot hers are eaten with the fingers
and should not be broken.
Q, Is a person ever introduced
on formal occasions when a great
many people are present?
HOW CAN I?
By ANNE ASHLEY
To Hold Final Meets
The divisions oi tne General
Society of Woman’s Work, of the
Presbyterian church, will hold fi-
nal meetings Thursday afternoon,
February 2, with the present per-
Each of the four groups will
enjoy a 1 o’clock luncheon with
the following hostesses:
Division One. Mrs. Don D. Cole,
706 South Williams avenue.
Division Two. Miss Marian
Blake, 301 North Rock Island ave-
Division Three. Mrs. T. G.
Mowry. 201 South Macomb ave-
Division Four. Mrs. Jos. T.
Phelps, 820 South Rock Island
The new divisions, with their
membership as drawn in the bien-
nial ' shake-up’’ at the last gen-
eral meeting, will enter upon their
work March 1. The newly elected
officers will be installed at the
February general meeting, after
which the new division will per-
fect their organizations by select-
ing vice-chairmen, secretaries and
* * f
A called business meeting of
the Trianon club was held Sun-
day afternoon with the president,
Miss Irene von Merveldt, 910 South
Plans were made for a bowery
dance to be featured Friday eve-
ning. February 3, at the K. oi
C. hall. All proceeds of the affair,
which will be a girls’ script, will
go to charity.
Dancing will begin at 9:30 o'clock,
for which Andy Forness nnd his
orchestra will furnish the music.
Final plans for the event will
be made at the regular meeting
j Tuesday evening, when Miss Helen
Moon, 311 South Barker avenue,
will be assisted by Mrs. Paul Moon
Tuesday evening's games will
conclude the series and the losers
will entertain winners in the near
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hocker, of
Oklahoma City, were guests over
the week-end of relatives here.
Q. How can I make a linoleum
A. By melting a small amount
of glue in a pint of water. See
that the linoleum is clean and ...
dry before applying. Apply with DINNER AT YUKON
a paint brush at night and the sur- Ml and Mrs. T. J. Spear and
face will be dry and hard by Mr- and Mrs. Emmett Thompson
morning. I were among the guests to enjoy
Q. How can I keep the hands Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
from chapping when hanging out T ■L Kelly, at Yukon,
clothes? j Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
A. Wet the hands with vinegar j Harlan Chase, of Oklahoma City,
and dry well before hanging out Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kelly and Mrs.
clothes. In real cold weather, try Henry Kelly, of Yukon,
rubbing a little cornstarch on the | * * *
hands before going out. | SUPPER GUESTS
Q. What material makes the Sunday night supper guests of
best tablecloth? Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Crotzer, at
A. Plain heavy linen makes Concho, were Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
beautiful napkins and tablecloths j Sarver, Miss Charlotte Conrad,
for use on occasions when they j Miss Ethlyn Adams and Mrs.
will be used only once. It is not
advisable for everyday use as It
wrinkles more readily than damask.
Mrs. Behne was also
o’clock dinner guest.
It was to honor the birthday
anniversary of their daughter,
Miss Pauline, that Mr. and Mrs.
Byron U. Rector, 820 South Bick-
ford avenue, entertained at 6
o'clock Sunday evening with a buf-
Guests to enjoy the courtesy
with the honoree and hosts were
Delos Cook, of Oklahoma City,
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Ozmun,
daughter, Elizabeth, and son, Mah-
lon, Mrs. Stanley Warner and
sons, George Stanley, Jr., and
* * *
BELLE BENNETT CIRCLE
Belle Bennett Circle of the Cen-
tral Methodist church met Satur-
day afternoon with Mrs. R. F.
Jones, 112 South Macomb avenue.
Eleven members were present
for the brief business session and
mission lesson, which was led by
Miss Maxine Rumfelt.
A social hour followed and the
hostess served delicious refresh-
ments. Meeting of the society in
two weeks will be with Miss Dor-
othy Shacklett, 921 South Barker
* * #
Mrs. C. M. Cresse, 801 South
Rock Island avenue, entertained
at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon
with a well appointed’ turkey din-
ner honoring Lloyd M. Cresse,
Melvin Kiesel and Paul Needham,
students of the Kirksville College
of Osteopathy and Surgery, at
Kirksville, Mo., who visited here
during the mid-term vacation.
A low bowl of cut flowers cen-
tered the dining table, where cov-
ers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. P.
M. Kiesel, daughters, Misses Mary
and Murgaret, and son, Jack, of
Geary, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Had-
ley and son. Richard, and Mrs.
Ada Welter, of Oklahoma City.
Miss Aldene Vaughn, student
of the Oklahoma College for Wo-
men, Chickasha, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hampton and son, Billy, Mrs.
E. H. Breuer and daughter, Mar-
tha Ellen, Mrs. Lloyd M. Cresse,
E. A. Simmons, the honorees and
* * *
SATURDAY DINNER BRIDGE
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Higgen-
bothnm were additional guests
when Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Barrett,
625 South Hadden avenue, en-
tertained the Saturday Dinner
Bridge club Saturday evening.
Valentine motif appeared in the
decorations, tallies and other ap-
pointments. Mrs. M. Rischard and
E. R. Barnhart held high score
among the club members, while
Mr. Higgenbotham made high for
Following the games the hosts
served a lovely lunch, in which the
season’s note was repeated in the
Meeting of the club in two
weeks will be with Mr. and Mrs.
Barnhart, 501 South Ellison avenue.
at It it alout V_>HESTERFIELDS ?
Delta Sigma fraternity members
will meet at 7:30 o'clock this eve-
ning In the home vf Olenn Slaugh-
ter, 703 West Wade street.
Margaret Truax will be In her
Beauty Shop, 209 North Bick-
ford. El Reno, Okla„ from Feb.
1st to 4th, giving permanents
Mae Murray Wave $1.00
Duart Permanent Wave $1.50
Oil Wave or Duart
Phone 449 for Appointment.
Well, I can’t tell you
much of anything about
what is in Chesterfields
YYUT I smoke u good deal, and I noticed
that they said that Chesterfield Cigarettes
were milder nnd tasted better; so I smoked a
package or two and found it to be true.
I also noticed that the cigarettes were well-
filled, seemed to be the right length and the
right circumference, and burned uniformly—
not up one side and down the other.
I liked the aroma—very pleasing. I liked the
appearance of the cigarette—the paper, dead
white. The package rather appealed to me.
I don’t know exactly what it is, hut I just
like ’em. It’s about the only luxury that I en-
joy; so I think it’s all right for me to have a
good cigarette, and I believe Chesterfield is
just about the best.
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cept Sunday, Columbia eout-to-ooMt Network.
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