The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 281, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 27, 1937 Page: 3 of 6
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1987
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
W. C. T. U. Plans
To Show Picture
At the meeting of W. C. T. U.
Tuesday afternoon In the home
of Mrs. Nancy Erbar. 819 South
EUison avenue, it was voted to
sponsor the motion picture “Bene-
ficent Reprobate." a four reel tem-
perance education film at 10 and
U a. m. Saturday, Jan. 30. at the
Hie show, presented by Sam
Hoover, is being given especially
for Junior and senior hlghschool
students but all interested are In-
vited to attend It was announced
today. The union is bearing all
expenses and there will be no ad-
10 IILLU IULUuni
I Farewell Courtesy Hon-
ors Mrs. Hammack
THURSDAY i Continuing the round of fare-
Country club dinner. Hosts. Mr. well courtesies complimenting Mrs
and Mrs. H. McCraney. Mr. and Harry W. Hammack. who will de-
Mrs. W. L. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. part 600n to make her home in
Byron U. Rector, Mr. and Mrs. 81m Little Rock, Ark., Mrs. H. L.
Richard Reville. Mr. and Mrs. Merrv mg south Ellison avenue
Charles A. Mason and Mr. and
Mrs R N. Dulmage.
Christian Council Calendar Tea
Hostesses, division one. who will
entertain from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
entertained Tuesday at a prettily
Orchid stocks were used with
greenery for the centerpiece of the
dining table with the orchid and
Vegetable Dishes That
Prop Up Shaky Budgets
color note repeated in all
UKRI art rtelpaa for mtitM
n disbM that will appeal to tbt
Ud* of the dwat confirmed meat-
and-potato enthusiasts. They are
also sufficiently inexpensive to rt-
inforct budgets that are stale
Uttlt shafcy from the holiday
When you are planning an All-
vegetable meal, try the delectable
creamed mushrooms for the piece
de resistance. While they sound
expensive they will cost less than
a good cut of meat.
HfulbriT— a la Creme
Peel and slice 1 pound rather
lane mushrooms. Leave the caps
whole but slice the tender portKm
of the stems. Saute slowly li but-
Mushrooms a la Creme in
French Fried Potato Cases
Grilled Tomatoes Buttered Llmai
Het Biscuits Conserve
Mincemeat Turnovers with
Spinaeb Ring with
Buttered New Carrote
Hot Rolls Potato Salad
Ice Cream Toast
B. AND P. I CLUB
Dr. Brown of Oklahoma
City Is Lecturer
208 South Barker avenue. , . . .
O. D. O. Quilting club. Hostess, appointments of
Mrs. Olive Ooosman. southwest of luncheon.
city, at all day meet and covered Mixed flowers were arranged in
dish luncheon. baskets for floral decorations a-
Ntghthawks Bridge club. Hosts, bout the rooms
Program for the day was! ])r, and Mrs. Edward Greenan. 406 Quests to enjoy the delightfully
Alcohol Education’’ and roll call South Choctaw avenue. pleasant affair with the honoree
was responded to with “Sayings of Rovai Neighbors of America. were Mrs John Hickman Turner
Famous People regarding effect of ’Regular meeting in I. O O F nan of Norman Mls E m. Daniels and
Alcohol on the Human System. | Baptist W. M 8. circles will meet Mrs chcsU,r vocke of Fort Reno,
Mrs. J. M Wootts gave a talk on as *°llowJU „ w c Mur. Mrs. Charles M. StandarS. Mrs.
“The Wet Advertising Pages. ” while V,^uth Miles avenue M*ud Williams. Mrs. Kepler John-
topic of Mrs Etta Bryant s dls- |l** 735 South Mhes avriiiic. ^ ^ ^ ^ A11Uon Mrs. H L
cussidn was "What Happens when|Cogtes 1115 Sunset drive. Fo«k. Mrs. Janies T Riley. Mrs.
a Newspaper Refuses Liquor Ads."! Hostess, Mrs. C. C. Hold- Ernest Ewing. Mrs H T Living-
Mrs. Marie Green read a paper en 403 south Admire avenue, ston. Mrs. Ed S. LeVan. ^rs
on “Quarantine on Roses but Not1 pour Hostess. Mrs. G. W. Cut- C. DeLana. Mrs. Forrest Nave and
Liquor." after which Mrs. Hamp- ren 215 North Hoff avenue. Miss Mary Shuttee.
ton Brooks gave a comparison, | Five. Hostess. Mrs. Forrest Conk- favors were given for high score
shown by a graft, on automobile in. 517 South Macomb avenue. at each table and were presented
deaths and national consumption six. Hostess. Mrs. W D Hart. Mrs Nave. Mrs Vocke. Mrs. Living-
of alcoholic liquors. She showed t>06 South Barker avenue ston and Mrs Standard. A lovely
U S Government and national 1 Peggy Ann club. Hostess. Mrs gift was presented the honoree by
safety council figures, proving that A. L. Wilkerson, southwest of El Mrs. Mem-
deaths occur in a parallel course | Reno. . . . * * *
for as the liquor line on the graft Episcopal Guild Routine busl- MONDAY mgHT BRIDGE
rises so does the number of deaths!ness followed by social for Mrs. ,s ENTERTAINED
d j Ham- W. Hammack. who will leave Mrs John Uvely. 815 South
_ . . t.r4fVl|soon to make her home in Little Mj|es avenue, entertained Monday
The meeting was closed Rock Ark at the parish house Night Bridge club Tuesday evening
prayer by Mrs Hattie Lord Double X card club. Hosts. Mr With jU5t members present,
union will meet Feb 9 with Mrs ]and Mrs M e Thompson of Cal- Favor for high score in the
Bryant. 4014 South Rock k>and ; umet games went to Mrs Roy Stafford
avenue, for a Frances E. Willard g B A 6 oc|ock covered dish and Mrs clarence Imboden won
memorial program dinner honoring class to be Inltia- lhe seoond high award.
* * * ted at the regular business meet Delicious refreshments were
BIRTHDAY DINNER | In I O. O F hall Bridge, pitch erved at a lale hour Hostess
HONORS MRS. SMITH and buneo will be diversion of so-;next Monday evening will be Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Ray Cooksey, East eial hour with prizes awarded for [pr,ov searev. 216 1-2 South Rock
Woodson street, entertained Tues-’ month i Island avenue
day evening with a well appointed Ftdelts Sunday school class of * * *
6:30 o'clock dinner honoring the I the First Presbyterian church. TRES JOLIE BRIDGE
birthday anniversary of Mrs C. R.1 Meeting at the church at 1 oclock Meets WITH MRS. HART
* *— —A 1 o'clock covered dish luncheon
____ Hostess at was enjoyed preceding the bridge
covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Harry - when Mrs W D. Hart. 906
W. Hanson. 911 South Rock Island gouth Barker avenue, was hostess
averiue. to the Tres
FRIDAY day afternoon
D A R Hostess at special meet- I Baskets of flowers centered the
lng. Mrs. Nora Eades. 802 South tables for the well appointed
ter in a covered pen. When the
mushrooms are tender, add 2 ta-
blespoona dry white wine and let
it evaporate. Add aalt and P«Pg<r
to season. Simmer 1 pint coffee
cream for about 30 minutes, then
rika to season. Add a few drops
Worcestershire sauce or kitchen
bouquet. Cook over hot water until
thick and pour over the cauli-
flower. Serve hot.
Spinach Ring with Shrimp
Chop 1 cup cooked spinach fine
and add 1 teaspoon grated onion
TO HONOR BIRTHDAY
BUI Powell of near Banner will
celebrate his seventy-third birth-
day anniversary Thursday with a
family reunion. There wUl be a 1
o'clock luncheon and the afternoon
will he spent Informally
Brothers and sisters, with their
families, are Invited to the cour
* * *
IS FAREWELL COURTESY
It was to nonor the birthday an-
niversary of Mrs. Lula Forrest ’.hat
a group of friends gathered at her
home. 207 North Macomb nvenue,
for a surprise courtesy Tuesday
In the party were Mrs Olln
Fields. Mrs. E. S. Cupp. Mrs. Fred
E. Arnold. Mrs Columbus Hall.
Carried Cauliflower | Pour into a buttered ring mold and
Divide 1 large bead cauliflower sprinkle the top with fine buttered
into flowerets and cook for 10 min- ] bread crumbs. Place in a pan of
utes in rapidly boiling, salted wa- hot water and bake in a moderate
ter Then drain and serve with the oven for 20 minutes. Loosen the
following aauce: Chop 1 email on- spinach ring and turn out on a hot
ion and saute in 1% tablespoons plate. FU1 the center with 2 cups
i bacon drippings for I minutes, canned or fresh-cooked shrimp
Stir in lft tablespoons browned that have been thoroughly heated
flour and. when blended, add slow- m lft cups well seasoned white
ly 1 cup bouillon. 1 teaspoon curry 1 sauce. Garnish with strips of pi-
powder, ft teaspoon salt and pap- miento and parsley.
Seated with the-
Mr. Smith and son James, the
hosts, daughter. Miss Delores, and
non. R. J
The evening was spent informal-
ly and Mrs. Smith was presented
honoree were, Friendly Stitchers
several lovely remembrances which , avenue j luncheon and blooms were used
o A. R. circle. Business meet-
ing at 2 p m In the home of
Comrade P. A Smith, 215 North
Rock Island avenue.
Security Benefit association Ju-
veniles. Business, program and rc-
she displayed with admiration.
* * «
W. B. A CARD PARTY
IS HELD TUESDAY
Members of the Woman's Bene-
fit association met at 1:30 p. m.
Tuesday for their business routine,
which was followed with a benefit
card party at Eagles hall.
Committee which served as hos-
tesses for the social Included Mrs.
Dona Hoffman. Mrs. H. V. Yowell
and Mrs. William C. Orove
There was a large attendance
to enjoy the games of bridge and
hearts. Favor for high score at
bridge went to Mrs William Wll-
liains. while Mrs B L Hill won
the second high award
At hearts Mrs Adolph Messenger
scored high and Mrs Olln Ferguson
tallied second high to win favors. SIIARI*-BOLING
The door prize was awarded Mrs VOWS EXCHANGED
W C. Worklnger The wedding of Miss Lula B
Reircshments were served fol- Boling of Edmond and John Sharp
lowing the games. Regular business 0| Oklahoma City was quttely solem-
meeling will be held FYb. 9 at uizcd at 3 o'clock Tuesday aiter-
Eaglrs hall noon. Jan 26. In the noine of the
* * * | Utter's mother. Mrs Lloyd Mc-
INITIATION CONDUCTED Cray. 627 South Reno avenue
BY PHANTOM MASK Rev. O W Woodard pastor ol
Beautv and simplicity marked 'hr Faith Tabernacle church, read the
initial ion reremonles of Phantom vows In the presence of the fol-
Mask. E! Reno highsehoo! girls'' lowing relatives:
dramatie ehib. Monday evening In -pie brides mother. Mrs G W
(lie appropriately decorated studio Boltiift. of Edmond. Mr and Mrs
of Miss Ruth Torpey Tlir house clarence Penney. Mr. and Mrs
was darkened the only lights being pHlc Longwilh and daughter. Oleta.
The health committee was In
charge of Tuesday evening's pro-
gram for the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's club following
a well appointed 6 30 o'clock din-
ner In the club rooms
Miss Esther Castle, chairman of
the committee, was absent be-
■ cause of illness and Miss Doris
Comby and Miss Lula Page, other
members, filled the responsibilities
Guest speaker was Dr G. W.
Brown of the Polyclinic hospital
! n Oklahoma City. He chose for
i discussion ■Sterilization' and gave
many interesting and helpful illus-
i Miss Comby's gym class ol the
| El Reno hlghschool entertained with
a circus act which was llioi oughly
Hostesses lor the dinner were
Mrs M Alice Miller. Mrs Carrie
Patman. Mrs. Grace Pavy. Mrs.
1 Lucile Robertson. Mis Florence
Sullivan. Mrs. G F Gateka. Mrs.
Gertrude S Fox. Misses Page, Ellen
I Rice. Aurelia Berk. Edith Reed.
Adah Smith and Comby
| Guests were Miss Beezle.V. Mrs.
Floy Wilson. Mrs R C. Rice and
Mrs A F Bolding
Miss Bertha McKinney of Minco
was welcomed into membership and j
other business was routine.
Next meeting will be Feb 9
when members oi lhe Enid club
will be guests. Miss Adelina Laugh-
ing chairman of the international
relations committee, will be in 1
charge of the program with Miss
------- Verna DeArmand. national record-
SHADEVILLE Ohio, Jan. 27— But then Howard German, fox- jng .secretary, as guest speaker.
,■> p)_This tiny community of 150 hunt chairman, admitted that Hostesses for the dinner will be
residents is peaceful again after 11 right on the poster announcing the Mjsses Ro.sa pierce. Anna Ptcklum
controversy over the annual fox hunt it “ld,: „,bNM ic and Elloe Watson,
hunt of the Ladles Aid society. Ladies Aid of the Shadewlle M L * * *
threatened to divide the hamlet, church." COUNTRY CLUB DINNER
The aid society composed 0! The day ol the hunt about a will BE THURSDAY
Methodist church'women, outfoxec; thousand men assembled armed Because of the basketball game
*. hunters and therein lies the with club.1 They thought tke\ between El Reno and TuLsa liigh-
the hunters, and therein lies in ^ ^ himters who would school ,cams here Friday night the
!-tor> ..... , . . .___ kill the fox Actually, it turned 7 ociock dinner planned by the
Hostilities started when ine oul they acted neater to drive E] Re,.,, country club will be held
dies announced that this year i t )hf quarry toward a nearby rivet xhursdav evening, it was announc-
fox would be hunted down an where were stationed a dozen men ed Xuesday evening by Mrs. H.
Killed with clubs. with shotguns. McCraney, general chairman.
That was too much for the Co- ,ple ladjPS admitted later their Due to the Illness of Mrs. P. B.
lumbus Humane society. The *o- lnliurv Tt ts,mpd lhat laat vear Myers. January chairman. Mrs. W.
Muore is in charge of activi-
eseaped. The Ladles Aid was de- ties. Other hostesses and hosts for |
nnihine like that would' the event will be Mr. Moore.
...... They obtained and Mrs. Byron U. Rector. Mr.
. expert gunmen to guard the river, and Mrs. Charles A. Mason. Mr.
ready to take legal action. __a7id tlicn tliev hatched the club- and Mrs R N Dulmage and Mr.
So the situation wa* tense Just kitlJng story so a.s to procure and Mrs. Sim Richard Reville.
Dr. Ira Jone. ^ man-fxtwer to scare up, Yn^RlfERS AND
As a farewell courtesy to Mr*. jMrs gam Wallace. Mrs R W
Thom and Mrs. Roy Noblitt
The evening was spent Inform-
ally at bridge and delicious re-
freshments were served. The group
presented the honoree with a love-
Mrs C. A. Richards. 1106 South
Hoff avenue, was an Oklahoma
City visitor Tuesday.
John H. Mills, who departed Wed-
nesday morning to make her home
In Washington, D. C.. members of
the V. I. A. entertained Tueylay
evening with a handkerchief shower
at the home of Mrs. Nellie Baer.
204 South Admire avenue.
The honoree. member of the org-
anization. received many beautiful
handkerchiefs, which she display-
ed for admiration.
Those who enjoyed the Informal J. W. Zadlck. who attends the
evening with Mrs. Mills and Mrs. University of Oklahoma at Norman.
Baer were Mrs. Nettle Oriffith. was a guest Tuesday in the home
Mrs. Jessie Sybert, Mr. and Mrs. j of Mrs. John W Fox and family.
George Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. A.' till South Macomb avenue
O. Richardson. Mrs. Edna Campbell.-------
Arthur Kinkaid and C. E. Hobaugh.
4 * * i
BIR OR DOUBLE CLUB
Meeting of the Bid Or Double
club scheduled for Thursday eve-
ning with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ful- 1
ler at Minco. has been postponed
because of illness in the member- |
ship. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stlcklcv.
533 South Miles avenue, will be
hosts Feb. 4.
Daily Tribune classified ads ge<
tuick results. Phone 18
If a Cold
Timely use ol thii
aid for nose and
upper throat, helps
prevent many colds.
_ 30c ond 50c
Vicks Va-tro nol
AID SOCIETY HOLDS FOX HUNT
BUT HUNTERS ARE OUT FOXED
Get Conoco Bronze Gasoline At
Scott and Jackson
“That Good Scott & Jackson Service”
it avenue, was nosiess r.lmhtn bv the strategy. It seemed lhat last year.
Jolie Bridge club Ties- c ety ^ animals -ome 25 foxes swam the river and L
club constituted C™*U> escaped The Ladies Aid was de- tu, ---------------------------
The humane soclett d”'a’Tdt> termined nothing like that would the event will be Mr. Moore. Mr.
would send observers to waten tr.r .. nm— n.wi mm Rvmn tt Rr*rt/>r Mr
whole affair and would sUiui h*PP«n tWs >ear
Shadevllle M. E. church district
announced that the hunt was not
a church enterprise
Tulip unit to the Flower Garden ’ Hbout the rooms to form an at
club. Hostess. Mrs. Lon Huff. 525 1 tractive setting for the event. ______
South Ellison avenue. , Mrs. Walter C Kolschowsky c before the hunt. Dr. Ira Jone^- pjfnly 0f man-ixjwer
W R. C. Luncheon compliment-1 scored high at bridge. Place for he’s the local superintendent 01 U'r d|e (oxefi
ing Mrs. Cynthia Worthington at i the meeting in a fortnight will be
home of her daughter. Mrs. Iva announced later.
Fowler. 100 8outh Evans avenue. * * ‘k
also honoring members with birth- j UUNCHFON-BRIDGE
davs this month ENJOYED BY ENTRE NOUS
- ■ ---• Mrs Paul R Taylor was an ad-
ditional guest to enjoy the 1 o'clock
luncheon-bridge at which Mrs.
Walter H Cobbs. 820 South Hoff
avenue entertained Tuesday when
she was hostess to Enlre Nous club.
Bridge favor for high score went
freshtnents in the I O O F. hall
Eureka club. Hosts. Mr and Mrs.
I W. Alexander 419 South Roberts
Roseman Fox lovely In a white
satin robe received the new mem-
bers. who look their oath on a
Shakespeare book Alter the for-
malities a delicious spread
enjoyed by the group
The Phantom Mask Is a new
dramalic club, organized In the
tall of 1936 New members are
Marilyn Hoffman Betty June
Zimmerman. Virginia Devltt. Mil-
dred Gardner. Eleanor Davis, Ev-
elyn Lorenzen and Jane Kelso
Other members who attended
the Initiation were Betty Howie.
Jerry Mao Kelso. Billie Jeanne
Torpey. Betty Lee Rauh. Betty
Fox. Rosemary Fox Mary Louise
Hoffman Georgia Kathryn Smith.
Theda Stephenson Nina Warren,
Ruth Oonrnci and Barbara Taylor
* * *
WITH RUTH HAMILTON
Miss Ruth Hamilton was a
charming hostess when she enter-
tained Bridgettes club at her home,
201 North Macomb avenue. Tuesday
Mrs O. W Woodard. Mrs Mc-
Cray. daughters. Misses Naomi
Edna Pearl Edith, Blanche and
Dixie, and son, Lloyd. Jr
Mr Shaip is employed ut Con-
*®s tier's dairy east oi Oklahoma City
where lie has established a liomr
for ills bride
♦ * *
SEVEN GUESTS MEET
WITH TUESDAY PLAYERS
By ROBERTA LER
to Mrs B D Ashbrook.
The decorative motif was carried
out in Valentine colors and ap-
pointments Mrs E G Harrison,
714 South Macomb avenue, will be
hostess in two weeks.
* ik *
ENJOYED BY (LASS
Monthly social for the Booster
Sunday school class of the Christian
church was enjoyed Tuesday eve-
ning in the parlor of the church.
Hosts for the January party were
Mr and Mrs. John Fitch. Mr. and
Mrs Jack Ferguson. Mr and Mrs.
Q. Is high hand-shaking consi-
A. No. High hand-shaking is
merely affectation. The only pro-
per way is to shake hands natuial-
What would they do lor beaters 1
next year with this year's crop
irate over the ruse?
Oh. they'd cross that
when thev came to It.
™ ADDING MACHINES
I’ 0 New and Reconditioned
SALE — RENTALS — REPAIRS
Typewriter Dep't Phone 280
Paul Freeman and Mr and Mrs
Braru.se of illness in the per-
sonal only 21 members were pres-
ent for the pleasant evening.
Games and contests were the di-
version and at a late hour delicious
refreshments were served
* * *
HRS LEVAN IS
GUEST AT CLUB MEET
Mrs. George E. LeVan was an
additional guest when Mrs Finer-
son R Kelso, 519 South Williams
avenue entertained Tuesday Play-
ers at their fortnightly luncheon-
bridge Tuesday afternoon.
Table de-orations were red ear-
Seven additional guests enjoyed ! nationf ,n crystal bowls and ivory
the meeting of Tuesday Players j ,a]V.rs )n erystal holders The
at the home of Mrs Charles A blooms were arranged at vantage
Mason. 918 South Macomb avenue points about the rooms
Q. What is the best way to ad-
i dress a letter to two sisters un-
married. who are living together?
A. Address the envelope to the
older sister. If they are intimate
friends, began the letter. 'Dear
Altec and Clara."
Q. Is It poor taste to use a j
high centerpiece on the dinner,
A. Yes. The centerpiece should be
low enough, not to obstruct the
view of persons sitting on opp' -ite
sides of the table.
HOW CAN I?
By ANN ABHLEY
The invited group was made up
of Mrs Harry W Hammack. Mrs.
John L. Funk. Mrs Ernest Ewing,
Mrs. James A. Rinehart. Mrs Ed
S. LeVan. Mrs. Charles M Stand-
ard and Mrs Maud Williams
Hints of 8t Valentine s day were
employed In the decorations, de-
tails of the games and appoint-
ments of a dainty salad course.
Red and white was the color note
carried out in all details.
In the games of contract Mrs.
Earl R Woodhouse scored high for
Only members participated in the the club members and Mrs Stand-
bridge games. In which Mrs Wayne aid received the guest prize
Leach won the favor for high Hostess next Tuesday evening will
score lie Mrs Thompson Gilbert. 205
A dainty lunch was served at a South Hoff avenue,
late hour Hostess for the meet- * * *
lng FVb 9 will be announced later CHOP SI'EY SUPPER
* * * ENJOYED TUESDAY
DINNER TONIGHT Miss Norma Helen Cole
WILL HONOR SON South Williams avenue, entertain-
Mrs Neili B Waldo. 810 South od « group of girl friends at
Bridge awards went to Mrs. Gus-
tavos D Funk and Mrs. Robert
T Howlr Meeting in a fortnight
will be with Mrs Funk. 414 South
* * *
V. F. W. AUXILIARY
Ladies auxiliary to Veterans of
Foreign Wars Past No. 382 met in
, regular session Tuesday evening
| at the post hall with the presi-
dent. Mrs Ruth Inintel. presid-
Arrangements were made for a
linen shower to be sent to the
National Home and a report given
on the school of Instruction held
Sunday at Lawton.
The local group accepted an In-
vitation to attend installation of
officers for the new auxiliary at
906 Yukon, which will be held at 7:30
p m. Thursday
a Next regular meeting of the group
Macomb avenue will entertain |c|top suey supper preceding the will be held Feb 9 at the hall,
this evening with a 7 o'clock din- Reno-Chickasha htglurhool bas- when an Americanism program
l»er honoring her son. Bob. student, ketball game Tuesday evening will be given.
at tn«- University of Oklahoma ini ------------—
Norman, who is spending the mid- r
term vacation at home.
Seated with the honoree and
brother. Bill, will be George Knapp
of Clinton. David Bowersoek of
Ocmulgcr. Haydn Davis. Jr., and
Eagles Hall Tonight
Admission—10c • 25c
OM Haw Town Orchaatem
RESIDENCE AUCTION SALE
OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
At liOO South Macomb where eveiything will
go to the high bidder. Don’t miss this Sale
FRIDAY, JAN. 29 AT 1:30
L. R. Gephart, Owner
C. L. Everett, Auctioneer
Q. How can I wash curtains Dial
arc somewhat wont, and then is
fear that laundering might tear
A. Place the curtains in a piiiuw-
case and soak in a tub oi soapy
water, to which a little kerosene
has been added. If the watc: be-
come- dirty, remove the bag and
repeat the process. By this meth-
od there will be no strain on thr
Q. How can I remove the last
drops of fat from the top of ,-nup?
A. Throw a lettuce leaf in the
vessel. It will absorb the gnase.
and can then be removed after
serving Its purpose.
Q. How can I clean a phono-
A. A good bath with warm water
and mild soap suds is good lor a
phonograph record once In awhile.
But be sure that the record Is
thoroughly dry before using It
Miss LaRuc DeLana. student at
the University of Oklahoma in Nor-
man. is spending the mid-term va-
cation with her parents. Mr and
Mrs. John C. DeLana. 800 South
Joyce LaRae Leach has been
confined to her home. 503 North
Choctaw avenue, with an attack
of influenza the past week. Site is
the daughter of Mr and Mrs.
SPECIAL WINTER BLEND
Get on to the real “knack" of using your choke
correctly this weather, to help you start right off.
Naturally your car must be in reasonable shape,
and you must have a genuine Winter Blend of
gasoline, to “get along” on every cold day, in the
following sure, easy way:
1 Leave ignition OFF, unless slat 1 i>; type.
B Keep clutch pedal down. Open hand-
throttle about one-third. Pull choke full
out. if not automatic. And then but nut
before—operate your starter.
AFTER two or three engine revolutions,
JTm switch on the ignition. You should get
quick, steady, powerful firing that tells you
the starter can rest.
Start pushing choke in GRADUALLY.
Even in severe cold it’s useless to fumble around
and start over again so many times ihat you’re
scared of a flooded engine and dying battery. Be-
sides you don’t want to thin your oil and waste
your gasoline by over-choking. That picture over
there is an exact pre-view of YOU. getting a hair-
trigger start every time, from Special Winter Blend
Conoco Bronze. Continental Oil Company
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