The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 281, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 21, 1940 Page: 3 of 6
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1940
Et RENO (OKLAJ DAILY TRIBUNE
A dessert course was served aft-
er the customary hour of needle-
work when Mrs. Mildred Stotts,
901 South Macomb avenue, enter-
tained the Friendly 8titchers club
These present were Mrs. Frank
Meetings were conducted Thurs-
day by three circles of the Wo-
men's Missionary society of the
First Baptist church at which time
Mrs. Forrest Conklin, 515 South
Hoff avenue, was hostess to the
Devotionals were given by Mrs.
! J. H. Crain, who also had charge
MONDAY j of the business activities. Mrs.
F. B. S. club. Regular meeting j Conklin offered prayer and gave
at the National Youth Admlnls- the Bible lesson from “Period by
tration cottage. Period,’’ Tidwell. Closing prayer
El Reno Study club. Hostess, was offered by Mrs. Frank Smith.
Those present were Mrs. H. R.
Beta Sigmu Phi sorority. Omega
chapter. Hostess, Miss Louise
507 South Williams avenue.
The Elizabeth Routh Poole circle
A. Inge Mrs. Harey Donnellan,, Mrs p R mo south Hoff
Mrs. William Vaughn, Mrs. John j avenue a
Ramey, Mrs. W. V. Matson, Mis. j v-ew wuj be presented bv Miss j w. Burton, Mrs. A. W. Huckabee
Charles Warnburg and Mis. Harry | Luci]e Glover, El Reno Carnegie and Mrs. Frank Smith. They will
Campbell. librarian. meet in two weeks with Mrs. Crain
They will meet In a fortnight
with Mrs. Vaughn. 420 South Wil-
* * *
MRS. HOMER FALER
HOSTESS TO O. D. O.
Mrs. Homer Faler, southwest of
El Reno, was hostess Thursday to
members of O. D. O. club when
she had as her special guests. Miss
Elizabeth Jernigan and Miss
Members feted were Mrs. Bina
Faler. Mrs. Ed Gosman. Mrs. Flor-
ence M. Heitzman. Mrs. Harry
Herberger. Mrs. Amon Jernigan,
Mrs. Bill Lorenzen. Mrs. Irvin
Station and Mrs. Roy Tomlins.
A quilt was completed and a
covered dish luncheon was served
at 12:30 o’clock. The remainder of
the time was devoted to playing > Walter H. Martin. 318 South Hoff ^jrs j ^
cards. avenue Bible iesscn
The club's meeting Feb. 1 will Friendly Sewing circle. Hostess.
Mrs. J V. Grant. 618 South Roberts
Women's Christian Temperance
union. Hostess Mrs. M Alice Mil- \Vatkins and Mrs. Hodges
l ler, 111 South Macomb avenue. | * * *
Gardner. 420 South Hoff avenue. ; was entertained by Mrs, J. H.
Order of Eastern Star. Regular I Bannister, 412 South Macomb ave-
ineeting in the Masonic temple. I nue, when the business activities
Eagles auxiliary. Hostesses at j were routine and the Bible lesson
social meeting in the lodge hall, | fom the book of Proverbs was
Mrs. Jess Williams. Mrs. Otto Mit- I presented by Mrs. Frank Taylor,
chell and Mrs. Melvin Patrick. I*n addition to Mrs. Taylor, who
Monday Night Bridge dub.! will be hostess at her home 714}
Hosts. Mrs. Roy Stevenson, 8281Soilth Bickforcl awnue’ ln tw0
South Ellison avenue |weeks' those Present, were Mrs'
TiiFsnAY Frank Knight. Mrs. Ike Rush and
Mrs. Harriet Stackpole.
Hl-Heels club. Hostess, Mrs. Joe
Kubala, 917 South Bickford ave-
be with Mrs. Lorenzen. 617 l-i South
Rock Island avenue.
* * *
MRS. C. L. M’GILL IN
CHARGE OF PROGRAM
The Early American Glass club ]
Opening prayer at a meeting
of the Rosalie Mills Appleby circle
nue- ; with Mrs. Leslie Chappell. 1217
Veterans of Foreign Wars auxi- West wade street, was given by
liary. Regular meeting in the post Mrs j y Grant
hall- j The business session was pre-
Entre Nous club. Hostess, Mrs. sidPd over bv Mrs Bar| Scarlett.
Hodges gave the
Those present were Mrs. Earl
Scarlett. Mrs. R. P. Gatliff, Mrs.
J. V. Grant. Mrs. R. L. Steven-
son. Mrs. B. Hunt, Mrs. R. A.
A Problem A Day
Fellowship Event Enjoy-
ed At Calumet
The winner of a prize fight
is to receive 1-3 of the pi
while the loser is to receive *4
of the profit. If the winner receives
l $418 more than the loser, what
j was the total profit?
from 1-3; divide Into 418
was entertained Friday afterncon j men's club. Hostess, Mrs. P F.
Herod. 803 South Macomb avenue.
Tuesday Players. Hostess at 7
by Mrs. Thompson Gilbert, 205
South Hoff avenue, when the pro-
gram of questions and answers
regarding types of glass and meth-
ods of its manufacture was led
by Mrs C L. McGill.
After refreshments were served
members enjoyed a discussion of WEDNESDAY
the antiques in the home Jolly Eight Bridge club. Hostess.
Special guests were Mrs. Sim: Mrs j y Morrls 606 North Rock
Richard Reville and Mrs. Thomas | jsjand avenue
Home and Child Study club.
Hostess. Mrs. John Woodward. 934
Professional Wo- C0|tNXV LEAGUE
Plans are being made for the
victory dinner to be given within
G Mo wry. While members
present were Mrs. Don Allison,
Mrs Bardwell Blake, Mrs. Merritt
Denison, Mrs. Thompson Gilbert,
Mrs. Wade Lewis, Mrs. P B.
Myers. Mrs. Malcom E. Phelps,
Mrs J. N. Roberson. Mrs. Richard
B Cobbs. Mrs. Walter H. Cobbs.
Mrs. A. C. Gilbert. Mrs. Roy Leas.
Mrs C. L. McGill, Mrs. Seth
Nation and Mrs. Glen Ricker.
Mrs. Myers, 1110 South Hoff
avenue, will be club hostess Feb. 2.
* * *
CLUB TO BE FETED
Members of the Two Hour
Bridge club and their husbands
will be entertained at 7 o'clock
dinner-bridge this evening in the
heme of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
McCullough, 523 South Hadden
Plans for the event were made
when the members were feted
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. H.
B Wilson. 414 South Choctaw ave-
nue, whose additional guests were
Mrs. W. J. Breaux of Fort Reno
and Mrs Virgil Atwocd.
Others present included Mrs. M.
J. Gallagher. Mrs. M. A. Jordan,
Mrs. A. R Little. Mrs. L. A. Mc-
Cullough. Mrs. John E. Smith,
Mrs. Tom Kelly. Mrs Curtis Keller.
Mrs C. R Kinder and Mrs. Ernest
High score was held by Mrs.
Smith with Mrs Jordan receiving
second high. Mrs Gallagher the
traveling prize and Mrs. Atwood
* * *
Mrs. Frank Taylor, 714 South
Bickford avenue, was hostess Fri-
day afternoon to members of the
Woman’s Culture club when the
program subject was "Prominent
In connection with the topic
Mrs. Anna Brosius Kom gave a
paper on “Find Your Place and
Plans were discussed for the
group's Valentine party Feb. 16 at
the home of Mrs. H. A. Coley, 506
South Hoff avenue
Tire club's next regular meeting
will be held Feb. 3 with Mrs. U C.
Collier. 912 South Macomb ave-
oclock dinner-bridge. Mrs. Charles tbe near fUjure by Rle Canadian
A. Mason, 918 Scuth Macomb are- county League of Democratic Wo-
men when the donkey banks will
A B C. club Hostess. Mrs Ellis . be openeb r was announced Sat-
Johnson. 909 South Hoff avenue , urday by Mrs Anna Brcslas Kom,
About 60 banks were distributed
recently for offerings. The proceeds
will be contributed to the Cana-
dian county Democratic campaign
fund, it was explained. A prize
BV TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
CALUMET. Jan. 2d—Members of
the Calumet Christian church en-
joyed a fellowship dinner at the
church Wednesday evening. The
time was spent informally. Each
family brought its share of the
dinner which was enjoyed by Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Thompson. Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Whaley. Rev. and
Mrs. R. E. Roach and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Penwright,
son. Joe. Mrs. Ray Laughlln, chil-
dren, Ronald and Beverly. Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Penwright, Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Penn. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hutchison, son, Don. Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Gainbel, son. Tom-
my, and Rcss Cubbage.
Mrs. Ray Laughlln served as
hostess Wednesday afternoon when
members of the Women's Guild
met ln her home. The afternoon
was spent informally. After the
business meeting, dainty refresh-
ments were served to Mrs. Frank
Dole, Mrs. Frank Hutchison. Mrs.
1 Olen Henrichsen. Mrs. Chris And- i
ersen. Mrs. Charles Draper. Mrs.
I Leslie Thompson, Mrs. Maurice
Thompson, Mrs. Virginia Myers.'
Mrs. T. L. Whaley. Mrs Hugh •
Wallace, Mrs. J. P. Powell. Mrs.
Vernon Walker, Mrs. Leo Plato, i
in rust, brown, mustard and applt j Mrs. Elmer Gambel, Mrs. D. H.
green, which is twisted over the jaegson and Mrs. George Hurst.
Cr°Beige-amber felt is chosen lot The operetta to be presented by
the second hat which has a decided I the Calumet school's rhythm band.
profile lift. Royal blue grosgrain under the direction of Mrs. T.
ribbon trims it and ties in with the ] j Montgomery and Mrs. Dee King.1
is taking ferm rapidly as all mem-
-1 bers of the band are interested
I and doing their parts nicely. The
operetta will be presented soon.
Mabel Jean Schweitzer, Phillip
Niles. Joy Steele, Ercel Smith. Le-
Roy Bushears, Henry Charles Haley,
THE PAS. Man.. Jan. 20—(U.R)— i Daisy LeFever, Patty Hutchison,
The faithful sled cog. a familiar j Donnie LeFever and Mabel Mober-
sight on northland trails, soon ' ley have been neither absent nor
may be replaced by propellor- i tardy during the past six weeks,
driven snow planes, it was report- ' Fifth graders have welcomed
ed recently bv the department ol j Melba Jean Mocre to their class,
game and fisheries. | she attended school here last year
Huskies in the service of the but the last semester she attend-
Mississippi To Adopt
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. 20
(U.R)—Mississippi is going to mode
its new state labor departincn
upon Alabama's labor dlvlsioi
William Ivey, chief of the labo
division of the state Industrie
relations department. Is in Jack
son, Miss., this month aidin
creation of the department.
GULL QUITS EUROPE
BUFFALO. N. Y, — (U.R) -
feathered refugee from wartor
Europe was found perched at tl
Buffalo sewage disposal plant t
observers cf an ornitholcgical s(
ciety. The lone stranger was
Little gull, that normally rang<
the European continent. Siberia
and as far south as Africa.
We do not encourage 1
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Mis. Ruth Zachary, Cashier
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At top: Casual silhouette in whitt
i logo, the crown draped with chiffon
embroidered surface which also in-
eludes red, green and yellow stitch-
Are Giving Way
South Miles avenue
Hi-Hatters club. Hosts. Miss Alma
Van Fleet and James Dyer who j * * *
will entertain at the Southern GROUP ATTENDS
hotel. W. M. U. RALLY
Sterling Thimble club. Hostess A delegation from the El Reno
Mrs. Lon Huff. 525 South Ellison society attended the Central as-
avenue. sociational rally of the Women’s
Damrosch Music club. Hostess.1 Missionary union of the Baptist
Mrs. W. J Aycock. 719 South Hoff | church which was conducted Friday
for the largest bank wUl be swart- | department will be the only dogs ed school in Rock Dale
affected by the machine, which at Eighth graders now have 15
present is being driven on a test pyp^ m thelr class and 30 ln
run over northern lakes by Nor- lbejr room after tRe enrolment of
man Mackenzie, fisheries inspec- Edward Brown of Paint Lick, Ky.
Ladies Society to the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen and En-
glnemen. Regular meeting in the
Queen Esther Standard Bearers
of the First Methodist church.
Members will entertain at a skat-
ing party as their monthly social.
Knit and Tuck club. Hostess,
Mrs. David F Pickett, 511
•’Stewardship" was the topic
the program for which the Gen-
eral Society of Women's Work of
the First Presbyterian church
convened Thursday afternoon in
the church parlors. Mrs. Thomas
F. Clifford was program chair-
Rev. Byran Allender, pastor of
the Maywood Presbyterian church
In Oklahoma City, was the guest
Tlie meeting was preceded by a
session of the executive board. Aft-
er the business activities refresh-
ments were served.
Attending from here were Mrs.
E A. Jackson. Mrs. A. W Hucka-
bee. Mrs. J. W. Hodges. Mrs. J.
V. Grant. Mrs. Clifford Brown.
Mrs. John Woodward, Mrs. J. W.
Bolinger. Mrs. J. H. Crain. Mrs.
C. A Richards and Mrs. H. R.
* * •
Scuth ' COURTESY PARTY FOR
As a courtesy to members of
Pons Colloquium club, Mr. and
Mrs. Ncrman H. Schrocder. 1207
of Sunset drive, entertained at bridge
Friday evening, having as their
guesta, Mr and Mrs. H. Wayne
Penry. Mr and Mrs. Clifford
Brown. Mr and Mrs. Neal Vawter.
High score was held by Mr.
Vawter and after the games a
dainty dessert course was served.
Next Prtday Mr. and Mrs. Vaw-
ter. 307 East London street, will
"Other test runs I have made
have proved the snow planes to
be faster and more satisfactory
than the dogs I have driven for
several years." Mackenzie said.
"The present run over the north-
ern lakes district will give the
snow plane a thorough testing.
Irish Terriers Trained
During the first semester Joleene
Wilson. Eloise 8cott, Buddy Thomp-
son. Joe Lopez, Oeraldine Moberley.
Richard Brown. Henry Leek, Alex
Warden. Orleatha Steele and
Christian Hansen were neither
absent nor tardy.
Mrs. Ross Cubbage is spending
the week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, in Union
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SALES — SERVICE - RENTALS
To Track Down Rears
KODIAK, Alaska, Jan. 20—(U,R>
—Irish terriers are being trained
here to hunt down the Kodiak
bear, mightiest game cf the far
Karl Largenbcrg, who bought
three pups ln Seattle to train for
hunting, was confident the com-
paratively small breed would prove
more valuable than the larger
Labrador retriever and Airedale.
Tlie terriers will not be trained
to attack but to travel in packs,
corral the bear and then set up a
Mrs I W Douglas, who has]
been ili at her home, 620 South
Macomb avenue, for the past week,
was reported Improved Saturday.
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25 Alpaca and Novelty Silk Dress-
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25 Spun Rayon Dresses. A few
Mayflower Dresses in this
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25% Wool Underwear!
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