The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 282, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 2, 1930 Page: 3 of 6
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1930.
THE EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
250 Attended Labor Day
The El Reno Country club en-
tertained Monday with the an-
nual Labor Day picnic and at
6:15 o’clock a picnic supper was
served 250 guests.
Among those from out of town
who enjoyed the merry event
were Mrs. E. R. Hayes and Mrs.
E. D. Mallery of Topeka, Kansas; I
Miss Gwendolyn Firmin. of Chi-
cago, 111.; Mrs. W. C. McClure, of
Fulton, Mo.; Mrs. Luther Moss, I
of San Diego. Calif.; Mr. ami Mrs.
R. L. Loy, Jr., and son, Jimmy,
Mr. and Mrs. John T. LeMaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jennings and
son, Dan. Jr., and Miss Wilda
Leeper, of Oklahoma City, and
Mrs. Lottie Bridges, of Mt. Ster-
Following the supper putting
was the diversion. The awards
for low score went to Mrs. Sim
Richard Revllle and J. 0. Cham-
Mrs. Haydn J. Davis made two
holes-ln-one to win the ladies’
prize for hole-in-one honors, while
Glenn E. Bonebrake, Emerson R.
Kelso, C. H. Siler and Donald B
Lothian tied for the men’s award,
each making two. In the play
off Mr. Kelso received the prize.
The Alathean Sunday school
class of the Baptist church will
meet at 2:30 o’clock Wednesday
afternoon in the home of Mrs. C.
A. Richards, 1106 South Hoff
' avenue, for the regular business
and social meeting.
Associate hostesses to entertain
with Mrs. Richards will be Mrs.
Frank Smith and Mrs. R. A. Wil-
A cuptowel shower will he held
for the Baptist Orphanage at Ok-
lahoma City and every member
is requested to bring a donation.
Mrs. Dohoney and Father
Do it now!
and we will relieve you of the
worry of preparing your chil-
dren's clothing for school.
Evans & Fates
Cleaner* and Dyer* of Fine
Divisions one, two, three and
four of the women’s Work of the
Presbyterian church will meet
Thursday afternoon as follows:
No. 1.- Mrs. Fred Hampton,
719 South Williams avenue.
No. 2.—Mrs. L. L. Parks, 816
South Ellison avenue.
No. 3 - Mrs. Hadley C. Brown,
321 South Roberts avenue, as-
sisted by Mrs. Thos. Benson.
No. 4.—Box luncheon in the
parlors of the church at 1
o’clock, after which the regular
meeting will be held.
The first three divisions meet
at 2:30 o’clock.
Regular meeting of the Order
of Rainbow For Girls will be held
at 7:30 o’clock Wednesday eve-
ning in the Masonic Temple.
This is the initial meeting of
the fall season, said the Mother
Advisor, and u good attendance
Tile annual election of officers
will be held during the business
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l>. Y. W. Y. K.
Mrs. W. C. Murphy, 420 North
Evans avenue, will be hostess
Wednesday afternoon to the D. Y.
W. Y. K. club.
The meeting opens at 2:30
o’clock and all members are ex-
pected to be present as important!
business will be transacted. .
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The Missionary Society of the
Central Methodist church will
hold an all day meeting Thursday
at the church.
The morning session will open
j at 11 o’clock and at noon a cov-
ered dish luncheon will be en-
A splendid program has been
arranged for the afternoon meet-
ing. A good attendance is re-
• * * •
<i O’CLOCK DINNER.
Sell It By Way of a
Mr. and Mrs. M. X. Wilson 509 I
South Bickford avenue, had us
their 6 o'clock dinner guests
Sunday evening Misses Matilda
and Thelma Hoffman, of Spring-;
A family reunion given to hon-
or Mrs. Margaret Dohoney, of
Dallas, Tex., and her father, I).
F. Ridenour, of Banner, was en-
joyed Labor Day In the A. H,
Ridenour home, near Banner.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Ridenour and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ridenour
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Ridenour and family, Mrs. Fran-
ces Rilkes, sons, Everett, David,
Fervlc and Marvin, and daugh-
ter, Miss Marietta, Mrs. Rachel
Ridenour, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Walker, Mrs. Harrison Blagg and
sons. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blagg ana
son, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rilkes
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Mason and son, Mrs. Ray Evans
and (laughter, Mrs. Bake Smith
and son. Miss Carrie Bell Beech-
am, H. Walker. Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Walker and daughter, C.
C. Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
During the afternoon ol
kodaking a photo was made of
Mr. Ridenour with six of his
children. 17 grandchildren and
At the close of the day several
of the guests accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Ridenour to
their home. 114 South Miles ave-
nue, for an informal evening.
At a late hour the hostess was
assisted by Mrs. Russell Rukes in
serving delicious refreshments.
• * •
Another delightful affair of
Labor Day was the dinner-bridge
given by Mrs. Lula Forrest in
her home at 207 North Macomb
| avenue, honoring the birthday
I anniversary of her son-in-law, Roy
The dining table was attractive-
I ly centered with a large birth-
day cake bearing the appropriate
number of candles.
Following the well appointed
fried chicken dinner bridge war.
enjoyed at three tables. The
men’s award for high score went
to the honoree, while Mrs. Harry
t Bradley received the favor for
high score among the ladle*.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham, of
Chkkasha. were the only out of
town guests present to enjoy the
Mr. Allison was the recipient of
several lovely remembrances.
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WE MODERNS CU B.
Members of the We Moderns
Club will hold a business meeting
this evening in the home of Miss
Ermlnee Jeide, 414 South Choc-
The wardrobe of the Russian
peasant and of the old-regime Rus-
sian army provides interesting
ideas iu late fall coat develop-
ments. The lines of the coat worn
by the Cossack has provided in-
spiration for fitted, flaring fur-boi’-^
dered modes widely represented In
recent courier openings. The
peasant tunic is responsible for
the Idea of the fur-tunic coat, o
type not as strongly promoted as
the Cossack coat, but It is one
that promises to appeal.
Besides the traditional back-
ground, the fur-tunic coat also
bows acknowledgement to the
prevalent fall Idea of the tunic
blouse, which is an essential purt
of loug-coat ensembles.
The fur-tunic coat may be ot
two types, the classic peusant
blouse, with a narrow collar which
borrows a 1930 neckline feature
und adds a cravat bow of fur at
the side closing. It gathers the
fur sleeves into a narrow wrist
cuff, while a leather belt is placed
at normal, and the side closing
marked by fur buttons down Its
thre-quarter length, where it Joins
a cloth skirt.
The second und more popular
mode Is in the two-thirds length,
also side closing, leather belted,
but a modern collar Is substituted
in a swirl about silhouette, which
encircles the throat and continues
in a surplice line to an underarm
closing. This tunic is attached to
a slightly flared skirt section.
Such tunic treatments confirm
the vogue of handling flat furs
iu the same manner as fabric, for
pony, lapin or kid caracul pre-
serves the modeled figure lines,
Tunic-coats meet requirements
for winter models that generously
employ fur, while maintaining
blender lines at waste and hips
Although the fur makes three-quar-
ter* of the coat length, the im*
presion of tailoring is there in a
more pronounced manner than in
most coats that adopt fur applied
in a lavish way.
GAY HI TEENS.
The Gay Hi Teens will meet
this evening with Miss Nedra
McCormack, 517 North Evans
avenue, who will be hostess at
a well appointed 7 o’clock din-
This is the initial meeting of
the fall season and following the
dinner a business session will be
held, during which activities of
the winter mouths will be dis-
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LADIES GOLF CLUB.
The Ladies Golf club will meet
at 9 o’clock Wednesday morning
at the El Reno Country club for
the regular morning play.
A luncheon will be served at
noon. All members and their
out-of-town guests are invited to
WANTED-25 YOUNG LADIES
Special Outside work for next 10 days—
Call for Mrs. G. A. Robertson
FAIRLAWN GOLF CLUB
Wednesday, Sept. 3—9 to 10 A. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Egon von Mer-
veldt, of Oklahoma City, were the
1 o’clock dinner guests Sunday of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. V.
von Merveldt, 910 South Barker
masonic lodges meet
SEMINOLE. Okla., Sept. 2.—
(LP>—Nearly one thousand Masons
from Pottawatomie and Seminole
counties gathered on a lease
north of Maude today for a joint
picnic, which members of the
lodges in the two counties have
instituted as an annual custom.
The visitors represented 12
lodges in the two counties.
Speakers addressed the large
crowd of visitors, but most of the
day was devoted to having a good
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Macy ami
sons, John and Ralph. 702 South
Williams avenue, returned Sunday
evening from a 16 days’ sojourn in
KaRose, Colo, near Grand Lake.
George Aderhold, 405 Soutli Wil-
liams avenue, returned Monday
night from Boulder, Colo., where
lie attended summer school at the
University of Colorado.
Mrs. C. A. Mason and son. Paul.
715 South Rock Island avenue,
were Oklahoma City visitors to-
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fox,
daughters, Sara Ann, Rose Mary,
Madonna. Betty and son, Buddye,
and Miss Muriel Donnelly, 11U
Soutli Macomb avenue, returned
Monday afternoon from u two
months sojourn in Colorado
Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Jones,
daughters, Misses Charlotte, Mir-
iam and Emily Jean, 120 South
Barker avenue, spent Sunday iu
J. D. Murphy and son, Maxwell,
310 North Rock Island avenue, re-
turned this morning from a brief
visit in Little Rock, Ark.
BEAUTY - HEALTH - CHARM
THERE IS ONE MOST BECOMING STYLE OF COIFFURE
FOR EVERY FEMININE HEAD
and then she paid us this tremendous compliment:
“One of the most expert creators of individual style that 1
know, and one skilled in fitting a distinctive hair dress to best
advantage and in such manner to accentuate one’s personality, is
none other than PLAZA COURT, right here in El Reno.
Pla/.a Court Beauty Shop
Telephone 1627 For Appointment
Mr. und Mrs. T. J. Chambers,
420 North Rock Island avenue,
spent Monday with relatives in
Miss Ruth Irving, of Ponca City,
siient the week-end with her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Irving
315 North Choctaw avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hill ami
children, Billy Joe and Mary Lou,
North Choctaw avenue, were
guests over the week end of rela-
tives iu Oklahoma City.
THOSE NERVOUS KNOTS .
Nervous tension is the arch enemy of Charm/ Health and Beauty. American
women, because of their many interests and hectic existance, are particularly
susceptible to nerves. That tired drawn look with lack-luster eyes is the result. *
FACE LIFE PLACIDLY
Attain that even temperament you have always wanted and which brings con
tenment and happiness. Health Beauty and Charm all depend on your
mental outlook. Learn how to face the world through rose colored glasses.
This is only one of the many illuminating, healthful and entertaining features in the
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CHARM and HEALTH
Who will give the second of her five
inimitable talks. Plan to attend
TOMORROW AT 2:30 P. M.
Basement Baptist Church
Program for Wedneiday
NEW FACES FOR OLD
The Poisons of Temper, Monot-
ony and Fatigue.
Relax with Mu*ic, gentle voice*,
Loveliness beflins at home • •
not for company only.
Beauty and the Breakfast Beast,
Family Ners and Family Charm.
Weave the fabric of Happineaa
with threads of courtesy and good
How to Halt the Stealing Step*
DOORS OPEN AT 1:30 P. M.
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Blair, James R. & Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 282, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 2, 1930, newspaper, September 2, 1930; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc919133/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.