The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 199, Ed. 1 Monday, December 3, 1934 Page: 2 of 6
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EL RENO (OK.) DAILY TBIBUNB
MONDAY, DECEMBER 3,1934.
if any Guests Arrive In
Okarche For Week-End
Y TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
OKARCHE, Dec. 3—Mias Maxine
unuw, who attends O. O. W. at
hlckasha. Is spending Thanksglv-
ik vacation with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMurray,
nughters, Elisabeth Anna and
lurv Hunter, and Mrs. J. S. Me-
lurray of Norman spent, last Sun-
:,y as guests of the Hunters und
I i s. Oeorge Bonham.
Mrs. J. 8. McMurray has just re-
nned from a year’s visit with her
tighter, Patricia, at 8an Juan,
otto Rico and brought back many
eautlful articles from Porto Rico.
Mrs. Alma Moeller entertained
ith a family dinner of delightful
ppointments Thanksgiving when
tr. and Mrs. Walter Moeller of Ok-
.lioma City, whose marriage was
n event of last Saturday, were
Those enjoying the happy occa-
on were Mr. and Mrs. Milton
mitli and family, Mr. und Mrs.
/alter Moeller, Misses Alma, Hilda
nd Anna Moeller, Glen Kent, nil
1 Oklahoma City, Mr. und Mrs.
;!11 Moeller, and Miss Matilda
A lovely wedding cake centered
le table while large bouquets of
utumn flowers deroruled the
wnis and table.
Miss Marie Hill, who Is nt-
■nding St. Joseph’s college ut
iuthrie. is home for the Thonks-
Miss Lillian Woodson of Okla-
omn City and LcRoy Woodson of
orman spent Thanksgiving with
ielr parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
The sisters of Holy Trinity school
•ere guests of the sisters nt Bison
tr Thanksgiving day.
Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Wolff, nreom-
anied by thetr daughter, Miss
can Wolff, of Oklahoma City,
jent Thursday as guests of Dr.
nd Mrs. E. J. Wolff at Waukomis.
Mrs. George Bonham left Wed-
e.-day evening for Kansas City to
a the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.
. Wulker for Thanksgiving. She
ill remain about a fortnight with
it* Walkers and other friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Baustert had
; Thanksgiving dinner guests: Mr.
nd Mr... Lawrence Gorman of
ikeene. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Halko
nd daughters and John Oorman.
Mr. und Mrs. Harry Hunter,
lughter. Miss Maxine Hunter, and
trs. Mary Elscheh went to Okla-
nma City Thanksgiving where
iey were entertained at the home
. Mr. und Mrs. George Jones, Mrs.
ary Ei.schen remained for a long-
Bill Broderson of Oklahoma unl-
rsity is home for the vacation.
Edwin Otte. who attends O. U.,
home for the holiday vacation,
twin, who was one of the O. H.
star lMtsketball players during his
rhsehool years, is making a name
r himself at the university ns
CflPTIVe ’ GODDESS
t HM By Pealurq gyiullriif lm
Numerous Holiday Guests
TODAY AND TUESDAY
Joe E. Brown
H DAT IKE
"GEM OP THE OCEAN"
IM RANK NIGHT
e'REVIEW SATURDAY NIGHT
f NUN.. MON.. TURN.
CHAPTER XXXIV she was back, caning in her band
mtiE< NATIVE led the wav u email sheet of paper.
T “Buddy Whitaker is gone! His
Into one of the openings ^u.s found gagged and
In the tUfl and started up u bound. This note for me was left."
winding flight of stone steps, she read slowly, •’ ’It la tonight
He had lit a torch to light the you tecejje^. I’ve
way. Tommy, Johnny and |jOWer iuuieuu and the plane of
Kulreh followed. They could the mysterious masked madman,
hardly keep from marveling. I shall fly to Aden and bring help
For this was a veritable for- belorw sunrise. If I do not *uc-
. «*•! w,;11' 1 would r“ther dle in
tress within solid rock. u(.llon thaa ake u fattened pig
Presently after climbing what 011 the spit. Buddy.' ’’ Lady Twlg-
setm“k i«vwal hundred cmv- f t’t -snuled .sadly "And If he had
lng and twisting steps, they came waited but u little longer. .. .
Jandlesttnter00m TOMMY sprang into action. "He
There, apparently awaiting * dmU
them, was an elderly white wo- £,0w him f nhM ro* Jotmrw
man She stepped forward at once. you arlll kuh eh stay he^ He
"Welcome, she said in English, turned to the two women. ”Is it
She studied each one of them iikely that this mysterious strung-
carefully and, although their faces ej. Wj|| t,ome here soon?”
were still covered by the grotesque . Ht! Wljl ll0t come here
masks, she seemed able to size no* period before the last dance,
them up, for she said, "Then I was That Is an hour before sunrise,
mistaken. Sir John is not with Then, according to the ceremony,
you. But strangers though you jle disappears mto the earth to
may be, you are welcome." find the Golden Goddess and bring
Tommy spoke up. "Sir John is her to her people. The natives
not with us, dear lady, but we are have a festival dance which cul-
from him. You are, then, Lady— V” minutes ul sunrise. Then it Is that
"Mrs. John Bottomly Twigtree we uppeitr — and the ceremony
I was." She smiled wanly. "Tell i’»d.s. Tomorrow, .t was to have
me quickly, please. You have come ' nd:d in murder. My daughter
to help us'*" and l have been trying to stop it.
-Wb have Is It safe to lake off W<‘ '"’‘h'd the young mail to es-
these -er—Hallowe'en masks'/” (.“out^Tnon^tha^'howl-
be"L7ta £fee"y°U Where U Wi" iDk mdb. Any nmment, he mS be
oe quite salt. recognized—”
She turned to the native who "i shall K0 after him.” Tommy
hod brought them and siioke to was fastening on his mask and
hint in dialect. Then she took a ^eiiini: into his loose native robes,
ring from her finger and handed "Cun the mail who brought us
it to the iiiuii. He bowed cere- |„. tnested to guide me again
moniously und leit. thioii'h the passageways?"
_ ... , . Lady Twigtree assented, and to-
OHE then led the way mto an- |.,.ihcr they left the roum.
•J other room, smaller but slmi- *n you fail to find him?” die
lar in structure. queried
"Here you are safe. No one "Then I shall return.” Tommy
would dare enter here. For twenty smiled. If anything should hap-
years, no man has dared cross that pen und 1 do not return within
threshold." She smiled again. Her t wo hours. Johnny has instruc-
smlle was strange, as if u stone lions to lake you and your daugh-
image had suddenly come to life, tec to our plane, waiting for us
"While I withdraw you may take ol, u„. u,W(.r Plateau. And. If pos-
off your masks. I shall go und we mu.st try and capture
prepare my daughter. Daphne. I this man you know as the mys-
think she will wish to lx: here Ii-nuus stranger. Will you be ready
“I**0-" lu leave in two hours, if neces-
She left the three men und hur- sary.'" _ wiii w_ _________ ________
ried to her daughter's private "i have been prepared to leave when' ' the locaLs matclT Brldgeport
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
CALUMET. Dec. 3—Mrs. William
Peuwrlght was hostess at a Vuvely
Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday
honoring the members of her bridge
club and their husbands. Those to
enjoy this occasion were: Mr. and
Mrs. James Todd. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Marye. Mr. und Mrs. Maurice
Thomson und the host and host-
Mrs. L. W. Holman entertained
ut bridge Thursday afternoon. A
handkerchief shower also was fea-
tured honoring Mrs. W. A. Robin-
son who will leave soon to make her
home in Illinois. Mrs. Robinson re-
crived the high uward and Mrs.
Wllliufn Leighton won the consola-
tion. Others present were: Mrs. V.
E. Muncy. Mrs. R. R. Dole and Mrs.
Mrs. R. R. Dole entertained at
dinner Thursduy. Her guests In-
cluded Mr. und Mrs. Frank Dolo,
Mr. und Mrs. Juck Marye and Mr.
and Mrs. Mustaine of Eldorado,
Orley Reese spent the week-end'
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Spear of Okla-
homn Cltv have been visiting rela-
tives here. ■
Mrs. Richard Davis of Wichita,
Kunsas. Is a guest of her sister. Mrs.
Frank Dole and Mr. Dole.
Mr. und Mrs. Z. V. Buck, daugh-
ter, Mrs. John Penn and son, John,
Jr., spent Thanksgiving with Mrs.
Buck's sister. Mrs. Cora Wokhen-
berg. in Lincoln, Neb.
Mr. und Mrs. James Todd delight-
fully entertained with a turkey din-
ner Sunday. Covers were laid for:
Mrs. T. J. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Murriot and son. Don, of Green-
field, Mr. und Mrs. Homer Kirk-
huff and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Kirkhuff and Miss Mary Ellen
Swartz, all of Geary.
The house of A1 Clark which was
purchased recently by L. W. Hol-
man. Is being remodeled.
Honoring her mother, Mrs. Car-
nahan, on her eighty-fourth birth-
day, Mrs. Z. V. Buck entertained at
a dinner Sunday. Out of town guests
present were: Mrs. Mary Lassen,
and Mr and Mrs. James Mclntre
of Wichita, Kansas.
The first basketball game of the
season will be Wednesday evening
chamber. The girl wus stretched any moment fur twenty years,"
out on a couch, dressed in u flow- ,-||e replied,
lng robe ol golden cloth.
"Daphne! They have come! ’ in A few momenta, under the
The Rlrl sat up. Automatically, 1 guidance of the courier. Tommy
sho reached for the golden mask wus on (,|S wuy back down to the
crowded marketplace. Already, he
the world you have nevei Keen, t Inie? Was he going on a fool's
exSn>t. a t ny , . errand? Would Buddy ever reach
'But they arc men. 1 cannot go u„. i,(JWn plateau alive?
un.?i „w1' a 1 , In quirk lime, he and the ni-
Vou c&n' .jfuu nm"t. live reached the prectpltoui path.
Coine-you shall .sit beside me ami H()W >slowly ,10W they m„st pick
* Iwld your handl os wo talk. n„.|,. way, with the aid of the rut-
aiKr*nce'i.tf,<! K rl,v,’’s |int| Tommy’s flash-
HhS! toSWl2h£%nJ!!Ie.,"nd' ll|,|,l> °n<'c Tommy’s foot slipped.
'r?0^5 ,l u"“ 1,:vv “iitl shaken, he thought of
ehUd might. Togetlwr ihey made the abyss below. How could Buddy
their way to the other room. expis t to go along this path In the
. .... . „ dark, a It hough the moon, hanging
THE two white men. for the 1110- |„ .„ |„ t|„. Sky, poUml Us uneven
* ment. liud put aside thetr nu- silver light over everything.
»»»*"«* «nd were In Pr - .miy, far below. Tommy
their white suits. Only Khuniid might sight of a shadowy moving
Kulreh was now In native garb figure on the pathway. Woe it
As Lady Twigtree reentered the someone going In the same dtrec-
rown. leading her daughter. Tom- lion, or was it someone owning
my and Johnny gazed at the girl toward them? He could not tell,
in undtaguleed admiration. if it were Buddy, would he not bt
Gentlemrn. m y d a u m !i I r r hurl anyone he might
D‘yilne' .. .. . , , meet Into the deptha below?
Tye fin's eyes wtdrncd, and she ft’inrhow. hr must be warned In
spoke healtatingly. mlvunre that a friend, not an
You are kind to come to help enemy, was approaching. But how?
u*-.Tou are welcome.' she turn- .suddenly, u grin spread over
ed U> her mother. "You have (old Tommy's tucc. He lipped off his
the other. He also wilt mu-1: and Ismun loudly to whistle
"•■“J*’ . , .. imiiliul .drains of ’Tipperary."
. " B*va sent for turn to !«• It the iuiim v were not Buddy,
brought here. We must plan quick- 11 mie.lu mean disaster. If it mere
•E hind we will mssl Ins help." Ihuldv. would lie recognize the slg-
Suddenly, front the anteroom ndlfuiire ot the signal’'
eame loud volres. Iztdy Twigtree _____
hurried out In a few moment'..
Mahatma Gandhi’s successor a*
president of the Indian National
congress ie Babu Rajendra Pra-
sad, shown at Bombay inspecting
the guard of honor at the con-
gress. Gandhi retired ‘despite a
unanimous vote of confidence, but
plans to continue hie passive war
on behalf of ludiati millions.
Bert Fairchilds moved to his
farm Inst week. Mr. Fairchilds
has lived in El Reno and Hinton
after leaving his farm.
Mrs Otto Buhr. Mrs. A. Mc-
Laughlin, Mrs. Fay Abbott. Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Brooks, Raymond
Chenoweth, Forest Wise and A. A.
Shumate were Oklahoma City vis-
Mr. und Mrs. Fred Dodson and
children motored to Shawnee Wed-
nesday to spend Thanksgiving with
Mr. Dodson's brother.
Mr und Mrs. Spears and Mr.
and Mrs. Underhouse of Oklahoma
City, spent Thanksgiving in the A.
Mrs. Hy. Buhr. Miss Amn Buhr,
Mrs. Frieda Rtckenberg and son,
Mnrvtn. and Herman Constien
were Thursday night supper guests
In the Henry Constien home south
TODAY AND TURNDAT
5 "Ctua CONTINENTAL"
!5 ntTORUL - NEW*
•'ONI MORE RIVER1
“ wm totf Jtwotr
«» of the principal plnrers «m nrnw. Rwle Houston. Mablr Eng-
tlte university squad. brecht and Dorothy Post.
Rev. E. H. Lrchner of Rlurkwell . . »»
and Walter Oethslrr ot Normnn MnVPtt»tlTr wuJwarth
were Thanksgiving guests nt the 1!^ M«rvUT«Ide'
heme of Rev. and Mrs T. C Otte. j JSS. *£K2T'
In the evening Rev. Lrrhner uihI ,n ^Mr|r Jackson, Frier Is Moel
Mr. Oethslrr were supper guests nt
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hchrurcter to-
there. The girls basketball suits
were Issued last Wednesday. Girls
receiving them were Fem Roscom,
Armeldo Thompson, O e r a 1 d 1 n e
Crump. Alva Duncan. Grace Clap-
per. Esther Clapper, Aleene Smith,
Oenrvn Cnvlns, and Myron Jarvill.
The boys suits have not. been Issued
Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner cn-
tained at a turkey dinner Thurs-
day at their home. Their guests in-
cluded: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Spear. Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Mitchell. Marie and
Naomi Gardner. Glen Oardner and
Rock De Long, who has been in
Chicago, returned recently.
Fred Laughlln. who Is working at
Clinton, spent the holidays with his
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Steenrod were
hoots at a duck dinner Thursday.
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs..
John Brannon, daughters Juanita
and Fay Ellen, Mr. and lira. Oeorge
Laughlln and daughter, Luetlle, Mr.
and Mm. Ray Crowley, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Crowley and son. Jerry,
Mr. and Mrs Clarence Bckelberry.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Eckelberry. all
of Calumet. Mr, nnd Mrs. Herman
Lohse of Oklahoma City. Mrs. Ells
Steenrod of Rockford. Mo., and Mr.
and Mrs. E. D. Steenrod of El Rena
Mrs. O. B Crump, daughter. Oer-
nldlne, Miss Lurllle Laughlln. Bus-1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson of
ter Balentl and Oeorge Cavlns si-1 Lone Vslley were Sunday dinner
tended the ball gume In Watonga guests of their parents. Mr. and
Thursday afternoon. Mm. Rom Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Laughlln Mrs. Harry Thompson and daugh-
enlertalned nt dinner Friday. Their ter. Eleanor, and Mm. Robert
gursts Included: Mr. and Mn. N. E. 1 Thompson nnd daughters. Mery
Steenrod. -Mm. Ella Steenrod and>Mnud and Helen, and Mlse Mary
son. Seth, of Rockford. Mo. ;jnnc Strawha visited Sunday of-
--ternoon with Mlse Lctha Habbord
Miss Evelyn Blades, an Instructor (in the Frank Blanc home, south
of the El Reno highsrhool. returned 0f El Reno.
Sunday afternoon from Edmond Mrs. Price Thompson. Mrs. Bart
where she spent the Thanksgiving McCann and daughter. Miss Kath-
holtdnys with relatives. >ryn. attended a party In El Reno
■ > Friday night.
Mr. and Mix Bob Mecaskey of
Rodeo Motif Observed In
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
HINTON. Dec. S—The alumni
banquet given Thanksgiving night
was well attended and cleverly
carried out In rodeo effect.
Those present were: Mary Vir-
ginia Otlpin, Alexine Rankin of
Elk City, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Oentry, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Dykes.
Morris and Richard Raines. Mary
Hoblls, Frances Allen. Leonard
Riley, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morri-
son. John Hollis, Lee Jackson,
Letha Del Canon.
Elberta Martin, Nadine Teter,
Henry Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Yount, Harry Hedgccock. Harold
Smtdth„ Marvin Kama, Genevieve
Kyaar. Mildred Tustlson. Mr. and
Mrs. Buel Fisher, Mrs. Elmo Ran-
kin, Mrs. Fred Sheets, Omer Luel-
len, Moller Miller. Dorothy Hug-
gins. Lucille Lewis, Inez Liven-
good. Muerll Thomason. Helen Tay-
lor. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Evans,
Thelma Merriwhether and Edna
Visitors of Mrs. George Scott
Thanksgiving were her sister. Mrs.
Edd Thatcher of Rapid City, South
Dakota, and her mother. Mrs.
Hanna Stewart of Coyle, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Powell from
Anadarko were Thursday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Doffing and family.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cleveland Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Shinn, all of Carnegie.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Williams and
daughter Alyce Ann spent Wed-
nesday evening and Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Williams. Mr.
and Mm. Howard Collins in El
Charley Scott and Duard Mc-
Farland motored Charles Carroll
to Snyder where he will make
Morris and Richard Raines, who
are attending medical school in
Oklahoma City, spent the Thanks-
giving holidays with their parents,
Mr. and Mm. J. R. Raines.
Mr. and Mm. Ovol Hancock and
daughter spent Thanksgiving In
Clinton visiting relatives.
Miss Nell Green spent the week-
end in Ardmore.
Miss Anna West visited Mr. and
Mm. Chet West and family In
Holdenvllle the latter part of the
Mm. Hattie May Pace, the for-
mer Miss Hattie May Lyon of
Fargo, spent Thanksgiving with
her mother, Mm. James Lyons.
iftmiljr F#ud Football Receipts
Show Good Gain
Although a deficit of g849 exists
In the n Reno highschool athletic
department, total gate receipts dur-
ing the 1934 football season Just
closed wire the largest In the his-
tory of the school, H. E. Wrinkle,
superintendent, announced Satur-
Total collections, including the
season ticket sales and money in-
volved In contracts for out of town
games, amounted to 11,841.84. Out
of this sum has been paid about
81.3S0 for the new Indian stadium
and the floodlight equipment, of-
ficials and expenses of the out of
town games. Officials alone re-
ceived about $180.
Equipment and doctor bills con-
tribute principally to the deficit,
Mr. Wrinkle reported. It Is hoped
that collections during the basket-
ball season will take care of the
present debt, he said.
Miss Jane Nave, 811 South Rock
Island avenue, returned Monday
morning from Chickasha where she
spent the Thanksgiving holidays In
the home of Mr. and Mm. John
Mrs. Charles Pinkham
Mrs. Charles Pinkham of Lynn,
Mass., heiress and socialite whose
husband is ons of those ranged
against Mrs. Caroline Grove,
daughter of Lydia Pinkham, in
her fight to maintain control of
the well-known medicine firm, as-
■orts she hot no direct interest la
'Ibe family feud.
| SHELL CREEK |
Maxine Collins. Dolores and
Buddy Kouba are back in school
again, after being out for several
weeks because of Illness.
Henry and Charlie Yeck, An-
tone Kouba and Geo. Samek spent
Tuesday In the eastern part of the
state on a oecan hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Antone Kouba and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Kouba and family attended a fam-
ily dinner at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Kouba of Yukon.
Roy Chapman, 34, of El Reno, and
Pauline Brown. 31, of Nlnnekah.
Floyd A. Klker, 34, and Zelma
Johnson, 23. both of Oklahoma City.
Clyde C. McAdoo. 19, and Clto
Powell, 10. both of El Reno.
F. M. Laughlln and Amelia
Laughlln to Fred Laughlln. Lota
13, 14. 15, 16. 17 and 18 in Block 9
of Todd’s second addition to town
M. V. Shepherd to Roger W. Saw-
yer. Three-fourths Interest In Lota
3. 4. 8, 7. 8 and 9 of the NE 1-4 of
8ec. 8, Twp. 14N. RIO. W. I. M.
Oil and Gaa Uik
W. H. Estes to R. Carl Larkins.
E 1-3 of NW 1-4 of 8ec. 36. Twp.
Release of Oil and Gas Lease
8. C. Canary and A. T. Burke to
Morton Mitchell. W 1-3 of NW 1-4
of BE 1-4 of NW 1-4, Sec. 34. Twp
James Smith, Vet Smith and Mrs.
John Hiskett were called to Mlhco
Friday by the sudden death of
their brother. Abner Smith.
Silas Smith and daughter. Dor-
othy. Mr. and Mrs. R. DeFranee
and son. Fred. Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Powell and Mr. and Mrs. George
Hurst of Calumet were among those
that attended the funeral of ^b-
ner Smith at Minco.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Arnold have
moved to Mrs. Edd Zlggler’s house,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Funck were
pleasantly surprised Wednesday
evening by a group of neighbors
and friends with a chicken show-
er. They received thirty-two hens.
Evening was spent In conversation,
popping corn and roasting peanuts.
5 Per Cent Money
The C. P. C. A., the Chick-
asha Production Credit Associa-
tion, the lending agency organ-
ized by the Farm Credit Ad-
ministration to give cheap mon-
ey to fanners, is noW making
loons to farmers In Canadian'
county on 1935 crops and chat-
tels. Farmers can make applica-
tions for these loans to J. W.
Hay don. 311 N. Bickford. El
Reno; E. B. Crump. Calumet.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Weaver and
son. BlUv Moss, of Oknhoma City,
are visiting the Harry and Ro-
bert Thompson homes this week.
Mr. Weaver Is the brother of the
Junior Bright of Mistletoe spent
Sunday afternoon with J. T. Den-
ler, lxirttu Rehrardrr and
f WEST POINT
■ether with Mium Rmii t.I Helen Foster received a rertlfl-
and Mildred Otte and u group of r#,p l,,r Ntrtllng this month.
i Sir Virr "“"v ,,mw *"* ,o°
Mime* Isabel and Vlletle lzw.-! I*» MU" Werner's town, nine Mu-
eh of Oklahoma City spent Tlmrs- ‘Ie"'" received perfect atlendanee
day in Okarche. rcrtlflcales. They are: Lola Mae
Aa a courtesy to Mr. and Mrs. I Ainsworth. Helen Fhster, Bobby
Walter Moeller of Oklahoma CHy r>"» Hrumlcy. B. C. Pippin, Jr*
who were married recently a mu- Kuveno Drown. Harry Ooon. Hur-
cellamoua shower was given nt Hr B°vd. Maxine Brawn, nnd
home of his mother Thursday eve. | *nuiH< Drown.
Ding. Those nr tlie primary room who
ttschmt. Paul Winaer. Miss. were neither absent nor tardy dur-
Kathleen Otbba and Miss Jennie urn the third month of achooi were:
Houston of Oklahoma City spent IMIY Armstrong. Ruth Aim Poa*
Thanksgiving here. , ter Jo Ann Pippin. Oent Arm-
ireho itched Newt , "irtmg. Paul Biller. Arthur Brawn,
Grata made the highest 1 Norma Louise Radgnt Lily Bi-
average m the seventh grade agam "h-elman. »«>«* Wskp
thta »0Mh. Andy Poster made ihr J""** Moore,
higheat in the eighth grade. Nila Jean Frederick and
Them receiving perfect attend* * "'sc Radant tie the
■nee certificates this month were • who will receive certificates
Andy Porter. Warren Moor ami »> "Pwllinet far making IN every
toil Board. «v, Janice Moore wilt receive cm
Mias Peeper conducted chaml tost 'wm the third gride,
****.' IhMingi were given 1 1 >ia j Coral Woodaon entered the finI
Bgyd, Minnie Mi)' Meier. Mlrkev grade last week, bringing the enrol*
ment nf the primary room up to M.
Mrs. R. L Pry attended the
state board meeting of Oklahoma
federation of music club* In Ok*
iahomn city Monday and wu a
guest at the luncheon honoring
Mrs. Fred Gillette of Port Worth.
Teg**. „ »
Several of the community lath- f
rred together and gave 1 mum I
Murphy who just rerantly moved
from Oklahoma City to the Kit-
tle Bill form. The evening was
spent in various gomes and it a
late hour refreshments of sand-
wiches. corot and coffee were ner-
ved to the following gueots: Mr.
and Mn. Prank Bill and fam-
ily, Ur. and Mr*. R. L. Pry and
family. Mr. and Mn. Prank Dhoti
and family. Mr. and Mm. Doyle
and family. Mr. and Mn.
•uUlvan and family, Mn.
El Reno spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mi-caskey1* parents. Mr. and Mn.
J C. Golden.
Miss Beatrice Golden of Enid
Is 'pending the week-end here.
Tlie Red Rock home demonstn
lion club met with Mm. Casa Rtev
ens Tuesday afternoon.
MF N rH0LATUM
MIm Eleanor Davie. Ml
Rock Island avenue, returned
day evening from Oklahoma City
where she spent the
hnlidayt with her
Mr. and Mn. Prank
K. C. MEETING
D^ % P,Jji Bt
Tn4\BOLTON, G. L
Ray Meade, Lvdla Re 1mm, Roy
Brtsman. Sadie and Christine
Meade, Mr. and Mn. R. L. Brio-
man, Pauline and Francis Miller
were among the many who attend-
ed the program nt Mountain View
Paul Huepel of near Okarche and
Alfred Higgins visited In the Laub
Phil Pot of BI Reno spent the
m*m»m _____week end with HadWy and Albert
2b .vr-— * *
Mr. and Mn. Chart
Ruth Whitlock and
Mn Murphy end sen of Okla-
— * eve-
nine with her son. Lie. and wife.
Mn Oamel was railed to BI
Reno the tint of the week to rare
tar her daughter-in-law, Mr*. Mil-
tefd Camel, who to ID.
Mn Charts* Utile of
City has been visiting h
Albert, and family the part
Mn C. R. OUNtoa at
Thunday m Oklahima City hi
and Mn Ora Bcyar
an CRy gatuNay.
Mn. M. L Qulnly and grand-
daughter, Mira Anna Lee Hunt,
III Wsat WatU street, were Okla-
homa Otty visitors Saturday.
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MaNcehart taga Ma
TO WOMEN ZKoTil?
Thoaa headaches that develop after ytn have finished
■many a aeat darn; tinea headaches that make you
'dread mendiiit day, are a direct result of eyestrain.
Aut mending, like many another aeitac talk, it hud
on the eyes only when the light it inadequate.
Vfow it it easy to prevent eyetoraia. A new instrument
culled the SIGHT 1METER measures the intensity of
light sad shadows if the Ushtiag conditions in your
home may causa eyestrain. Protsd your eyen ellml-
hate those darning Wdscbea. Make a sight meter teat
in the sewing room. Then mmsore ths light in every
other room hi the house. »
Bight meter tests ota bs made in a few minutes. They
NOW WILL DO YOU SID
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Has A—X w Yf
1 •lAoswtr Sstow)
■ow bring add
by local draltra, provide a
light that le rraUva tod
■crtbhtg to Um ayes They
ellmlaata ahadowa aad
gtarca tar greater comfort
fcra aeienUflcaUy aocurate. They afford pngpet^qp for
your eyes and for your family's eyes. '
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JOUR T. NATION, Npi ▼ ft RENO DISTRICT
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 199, Ed. 1 Monday, December 3, 1934, newspaper, December 3, 1934; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc919560/m1/2/: accessed September 25, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.