The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 75, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1943 Page: 3 of 8
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ednesday, May 26, 1943
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and aunt Mr.
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at her home
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\ E. 0. Chapter
Final meeting for this •eesloti
ft Chapter M. P. E. O., was con-
ducted Monday afternoon at the
‘Otui< i f Mrs. Guy Hobgood.
A 1 o’clock picnic lunch was
| served aftet which a program of
questions and answers on current
topics was presented.
Two guests, Mrs. Roy Harrison
! M Falrbmj, Nel j., a member of
| fhapter AE, P E. O., and Mrs,
Lee Evans, a member of an Okln-
loma City P E. O. chapter, were
, Members attending were Mrs. B.
P. Asti brook, Mrs. M A Ashbrook,
| Mrs Walter H Boon. Mrs. J. O
3orders. Mrs. T. F Clifford, Mrs.
John L. Punk. Mrs E. O. Hard-
on. Mrs. Henry C. Hirks. Mrs. F.
Hocker, Mrs. George E LeVan,
irs. Walter H. Martin, Mrs. Clyde,
fusgrove, Mrs Byrcn U. Rector,
irs. C. C. Schsnelzel, Mrs Neill
Waldo. Mrs A B Wamei and
The chapter will re-eonvene In
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[ PLANS ANNOUNCED
* Miss Esther D. Dyer of Chllllcothr.
“ ,lhio. has announced the engage-
ment of. her sistec, Miss Edith M.
Iyer, of Urbtma. 111., daughter of
he late Dr and Mrs Wilson K
I fyer. to Robert S. Ktester, mid-
filpman. United States naval re-
| >rve, son of Mr and Mrs. Harold
"l. Blester of Belvidere. III. Tlie
ike Dr. Dyer was chief medical of-
fer at the El Reno federal re-
The marriage will take place in
lid-summer in New York after Mr
fester’s graduation as ensign from
op United States tiaval reserve
lldshlpman’s school at Columbia
diversity. New York.
Miss Dyer was graduated from
4 Reno hlghschool In 1939 She
>os editor of The El Reno High-
,9)1001 Boomer, student news r»»e.
wd also was editor of the high*
ihool yearbook during her senior
,lShe was graduated from the school
f Journalism at the University of
illlnols at Urbana In February 1943.
it present she Is In the law school
it the university. She is a member
4l Deltu Della Delta, social sorority,
fnd Kappa Tau Alpha and Theta
Lfigma Phi. honorary Journalism or-
Mr. Kies ter was graduated from
| Ihe Belvidere hlghschool In 1938
1 ind from the University of Illinois
I 41 geography last February. He Is
f-J member of Alpha Chi Rho. social
fraternity and Cyclotheom club
Be was a member of the university
-fund four years
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I -’K CONDUCTED
Panel discussion on the topic,
' How Missionary Women Cap
lielp Abolish Beverage Alcohol."
V% talLs toy Mrs. H. E. Porter
1 hd Mrs Anna Rowland and re-
/torts by members from various
[ t iurches, was featured on the pro-
gram when the Women’s Christian
Temperance union met In the
tome of Mrs Porter, 308 East
| 1 ay»s street Tuesday.
Another highlight of the pro-
1 fain was a book review by Mrs.
A G. Macdonald on "The Ameri-
(4n Canon,” by Daniel L. Marsh
Dpvotionals were given by Mrs.
| (IWter while Mrs Rowland pre-
Wed over the business session.
Mrs. Rowland will be hostess to
l.e group on June 22 at her home,
>7 North Macomb avenue, when
1 Ihe subject for the lesson will be
Pressure Used To Curb
| CHICAOO. May 26—t/P)—Curfews
*** ringing In an Increasing num-
ber of cities to keep children W
•tie streets at night and to curb
I jiikenile delinquency. s
The American Municipal associa-
I t.011 reported Tuesday that old laws
have been dusted off and new ord-
I 11 lances have been enacted during
I lilt last six months at a rapid rate.
CAme ordinances provide punlsh-
itWit for the child scofflaw. some
ft} the parents, and some for bdth.
?lf Assigned As
70RMAN. Mv 25 — <8peclal>—
Jw Teague Self, assistant professor
ol j animal biology at the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma. Is working this
sttnmer as a field biologist with
Uy Tennessee Valley authority at
n Dam, Term.
le will work in mosquito and
llarlal control. During several
summers he has served as
lng director and assistant dl-
of the Rocky Mountain bi-
Royal Neighbors of America Meet-
ing In I. O. O F. hall
F and N, club. Hostess at ad-
day meeting and covered dish
luncheon at noon. Mrs. Wilson
Senn. northwest of 0 Reno.
Woman’s Society of Christian
Service of the First Methodist
church. General meeting In the
church at 2 30 p. m. Spiritual
mediation at 2 p. m.
Social Order of Beaueeant
Hostess, Mrs. George E Purcell
513 South Miles avenue, assisted
by Mrs. Meta Brener.
Cro-Tat-Fbn club Hostess at
annual club party, Mrs. Morgan
Stafford. 1108 South Hadden ave-
Woman’s Culture club. Hostess
at annual picnic at 1 p. in.. Mrs.
M. B Cope. 034 South Ellison ave-
Early American Glass club. Host-
ess at 2 30 p. m , Mrs. J. N. Rob-
erson. 811 South Barker avenue.
Ladles Auxiliary to Order of
Railway Conductors Meeting at
2:30 p. m in the Eagles hall.
Victory Sunday school Hass of
the First Christinn church Host-
ess at 2 p. m., Mrs. Vernon 81s-
ney 1116 South Hoff avenue.
Ladies of the Grand Army of
the Republic. Hostess at all-day
meeting and covered dish luncheon
at noon. Mrs. W H Verges. 220
North Barker avenue •
ENJOYED BY GROUP
Members of the Alethia Sunday
school class of the First Methodist
church enjoyed a wiener roast,
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. James P Briggv 91C
South Hadden avenue.
Present at the informal event
I were Mr. and Mrs. R O Macdon-
ald. Mr. and Mrs George Reagan,
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Richardson
: and Mrs. Harry Hoyt
* * *
Mrs. Louis Ramsbarger of Black-
well and Mrs. Wllford Chapin of
Helena. Mont., were guests at a
meeting of the Tuesday Players
Tuesday evening in the home of
Mrs. Robert M Mallonee. 113
North Barker avenue.
Favors were won by Mrs Thomp-
son Gilbert and Mrs. E. R. Wood-
Delicious refreshments we
Mrs. Woodhouse, 1200 South
Macomb avenue, will entertain
members at 8 p. m. on June t.
* * *
MARY MARTHA CLASS
Mary Martha Sunday shool class
of the First Baptist church met!
Tuesday in the home of Mrs. R I
II Fllppen. 517 West Elm street
with Mrs. C. C. Yam. Mrs. Neal !
Vawter. Mrs R Q Jones. Mrs. C I
E Varnell and Mrs. N E. Cox as
After the business meeting, re-
freshment* were served and pencil [
games were played.
One guest. Mrs. J. D. Hickerson
of Oklahoma City, attended, while;
members present were Mrs. E. A
Jackson. Mrs E V. Norman. Mrs
A. C. Johnson, Mi's. J. L. Tam men.
Mrs. M J. Robertson, Mrs G. B
Murray, Mrs J. L. Campbell. Mrs
D. M Plato, Mrs. C. C. Ellis. Mrs
J. A Goins. Mrs Raymond Rush,
Mrs F. H. Mever and Mrs. L. B
E«ch pound contain*
mora than 9,000 unit*
of Vitamin A
"Me ADO LAKE
Rich in Nourishment
• Thrifty in Price •
If your grocer
out.. 11k again.
Lout - Bell
El Reno (Okla.) Dally Tritnme
Two-piece .suits in smart ^tyles for any summer occasion Seersuckers
in stripes or checks with white pique ilickie, or a combination of butch-
ers linen and seersucker. Beautiful color combinations to fit into your
JUNIOR C OTTONS
Youthful styles in Junior cotton dresses. Full skirts gathered to a
tijrht fitting bodice, or two-piece styles popular with the young set.
Chambrays, ginghams, broadcloths, seersuckers.
IRREGULARS of 92c Quality with the irregu-
larities so slight they can scarcely be detected.
New summer shades. Foot reinforced with
nylon for longer wear.
Types and styles needed for the busy holidays.
Rich coloring that look and stay fresh longer.
Be prepared with plenty of patterns to wpar
with your sportswear.
3 pr. SOc
New shipment of sport shoes just arrived for your holiday needs. Many
colors to choose from to fit in with your summer slacks, plavsuits or»-» txo a —
sport dresses. ------------------------------ ------------------3.98 to 5.95
NEW SHIPMENT—patents or leathers in the popular envelope styles.
Black, brown, golden tobacco and turf tan. Some with wooden frames!
Brassiere and pantie combination in Stryps knit fabric by Van Raalte.
Ideal garment for under slack* or playsuit wear.______________
That slim sophisticated look oi black.
Blessed with costume versatility end
smart simplicity of line. Yes, Meek
lor spring as designed by those
master craitsmen ...
Tomorrow at 2 P. M.
Club Is Warned
SAN ANTONIO Tex., May 26—
• A*)— Members of the Short Snort-
ers club here Tuesday were warn-
ed re t to autograph United States
Banks had reported numerous
one-dollar bills in circulation bear-
ing in bold letters the notation
"Short Snorters" and many auto-
Edvard Tyrrel, secret service
agent, began Interviewing the uu-
They told him that. Short Snort-
ers, when meeting a fellow club
member, ask to sec his bill. If he
has none, he has to produce one
*nd autograph It and' pay It to
ihe brother snorter.
Tyrrel warned that writing
names, notices or advertising on
any form of United States eur-
lenry can bring a penalty as hlgl>
Trade-In on Used
Cars Plan Set Up
NEW YORK. May 26—OP)—The
Universal C. I. T. Credit corpora-
tion subsidiary of the Commercial
Investment Trust corporation Tues-
day announced a plan whereby own-
ers of automobiles can trade them
in for a guarantee of post-war de-
livery of new cars.
The financing company said the
plan would make It possible for au-
tomobile dealers to build up a po-
tential volume of post-war business
and at the same time would provide
a market of good used cars for the
use of war workers.
Arthur O Dietz, president, said
that the plan had been launched
after many leaders of the automo-
tive industry had indicated that car
owners who are now getting little
if any use out of thpir cars could be
inducted to trade them In now
provided their cash allowances were
guaranteed by a strong financial
Spuds and a Haircut-Two Bits
To Bar Walkout
GALLUP. N. M. May 3t~C/P>—
The threat of Approximately 1.000
coal miners to quit work unless a
four-day meat famine was ended
immediately, brought a truckload of
fresh meat here Tuesday night from
Albuquerque at the order of the
state office of price administration.
Earl Stucker. district representa-
tive of the United Mine Workers of
America, had warned of the threat-
ened work stoppage In telegrams
earlier Tuesday to S. M. Graf, state
OPA director, at Albuquerque, Gov-
ernor John J. Dempsey, and Frank
Hefferly, president of U. M. W. A.’s
district 15. Denver, Colo.
Oraf announced that an Albu-
querque packer was dispatching the
emergency shipment of pork, mut-
ton. lamb, veal and beef, and that
further shipments would be made
Texan Rewarded For
Raid on Jap Convoy
SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA.
May 26—1 J’1—Corporal Max F.
Scoggins, Shamrock. Tex., has been
awarded the Silver Star for his
part in a Flying Fortress raid on
an enemy convoy north of New
The B-17 biassed It* way through
10 Zeroes, shooting four of them
Into th sea, to bomb a small cargo
vessel from a low altitude and
damage a large cargo ship with
It you can’t find potatoes at your corner grocery, try the barber
shop. It worked in New York, where 16.100 pounds of hot potatoes
were discovered In a barber’s back room. The city took out the spuds
while the owner explained to authorities he was "holding them for a
Paris Opera Singer
Takes Part Seriously
STOCKHOLM. Sweden. May 26
-i/P)—A female singer in the Party
opera performing the part of
Floria in "La Tosca” last Satur-
day. forgot that she was acting
and stabbed the villain wit.11 her
dagger at the end of the secoi—
The singer collapsed on the stage
and the puilic applauded wildly,
carried away by what it thought
was realistic acting. It was only
when the performance was Inter-
rupted that the public undeistood
that it had witnessed a near mur-
der. according to Le Petit Parlsien.
Iowa Governor Tries
To Solve Time Deal —
DES MOINES. Iowa, May 26—
• 7*1—Governor B. B Hlckenlooper
Tuesday attempted to solve the
war time vs. standard time argu-
ment by urging Iowans to set their
clocks to allow maximum food
production on farms.
The proclamation asked that
“during the months of cultivation,
haying, and threshing every effort
should be made by local communi-
ties. business Institutions and va-
rious organizations In the agrlcul-
’ lural communities to rearrange or
to conform their hours of opera-
tion and the time of their activi-
ties so that they can best serve
Ihe needs and necessities of tire
TAKES MINIATURE X-RAYS
1 JOHANNESBURG. South Africa
—(U.R)—A miniature X-ray apparatus
capable of taking 300 X-Rays an
hour is now being used on the Oold
Reef to examine natives' chests for
tuberculosis, according to Captain
K O F Collender. radiographer of
the Witwatersrand Native Labor
1 Association hospital. It Is claimed
that the plant is the only one In
the world able to take miniature
negatives with the same technique
as full-sized X-ray apparatus. An
exposure costs about three cents.
Former strip teaser Ann Corio
says she can’t act, but box of-
fice receipts from her last pic-
ture indicate fans are plenty
satisfied with Ann Just being
easy to look at
Mrs. T. M. Ralston. Mulhall. Is
visiting in the home of her grand-
daughter. Mrs. Haas U. Smtlhllne.
519 South Roberts avenue.
WAKE UP YOUR
Without Calomel—And You'l Jaap ftd of
Bed in the Morning Rarki’ loG*
The liver ahould pour out about t plots of
bile juiee into y«mr bofrots evmrr day. If tnto
bile la not flowing freely, your iood may not
digest. It may just decay in th® bowel*.Theo
gaa bloats up your stomach. You get coo-
stipated. You feel aour, aunk and tha world
It Uik«* those good, old Carter** LittI®
Liver Pill* to get these S pint® of btt® flow;
lng freely to make you feel “up and up.
Get a package today. Take aa 4ta®«fcd.
Effective in making bile flow fr®ily. Aak
for Carter’* Little Liver Pills. Iff and Mf.
Mrs. Roosevelt Asks
WASHINGTON. May 26— tfPt —
Mrs. Franklin D Roosevelt de-
clared Tuesday that she thought
Ihe nation's Immigration policies
should Ih* based on equal treat-
ment for all people.
Tlie first lady told her press
conferen r ghat the current hear-
ings on house resolutions to
change the Chinese exclusion act
might prove an'exception to what
She described as a fact that prej-
udices are apt to be intensihed by
a wai situation
STORE WILL RE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, MAY 31
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