The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 265, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 2, 1940 Page: 3 of 6
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1940
EL RENO (OKLA J DAILY TRIBUNE
COUNTESS TAKES HOME FOR SEASON j
Georgia Hunnicutt Bride
Of John R. Beaty
First Methodist Church
Group Has Program
i Catholic Daughters of America.
| Monthly business meeting in the
Knights of Columbus hall.
Ladiis Frisco Cemetery associa-
tion. Hostess, Mrs. Bill Thoma-
Two Hour Bridge club. Hostess,
Mrs. John E. Smith, 207'v North
Jolly Stitchers club. Hostess, Mrs.
James Mullens. Fort Reno.
R. I. S. club. Hostess, Mrs. Les-
Thc annual New Year's eve ban-
quet of the Altruistic Sunday
school class of the First Methodist
church was enjoyed Sunday even-
ing in the church parlors, which I ler Ledbetter, 131 North K avenue
In a ceremony read at 2:30 o'-
clock Sunday afternoon at the
First Baptist church. Miss Georgia
Hunnicutt of Oklahoma City,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Hunnicutt, 1217 West London
street, became the bride of John
R. Beaty of Oklahoma City.
The double ring service was read
bv Rev J. W. Hodges, pastor, be-
fore an altar banked with fern
and flanked with floor baskets
filled with picardy gladioli, sweet
were decorated in the class colors, j unity club. Hostess, Mrs Bert I stevia and greenery,
orchid and purple. Sweetpeas and McDermott, 310 North Rock Island A program of nuptial music was
orchid tapers were arranged in an I aVenue. ' played by Mrs. C. C. Snodgrass,
attractive centerpiece. I j c. L. club. Hostes,s Mrs K. M pianist, friend of the bride s nee
Numbers on the program in-(Bishop, 1218 South Macomb ave- ^”^°OQ'of S^fe ^ vlclor ''Herbert,
dueled vocal selections by a boys' ,nue. (Bridal chorus." from "lohen-
quartet, composed of Richard Car- | Knit and Tuck club. Hostes, Mis. j Wa«ner. and "I Love You
ter, John Lanman, Laddie Thomp-i Tom Shirley, 720 South Elllson | Truly Can.ip jacot,s Bond.
“ *"d — “““ Em6,„Mcrs cluU. Host*! * ^-j- ir.i:
histcry by Mrs. C. A. Fowler; vio-
lin duet by Miss Greta Carter and
Robert Carter; reading of letters1 Macomb avenue,
from former members by E. L. | G. I. A. to B. of L. E Hostess,
Chase; vocal solos, Mrs. Faye Mrs. J. S. Cormack, 900 South
Bailey; reading by Mrs. Roy Eichor; (Barker avenue,
address bv M. B. Cepe; class poem THURSDAY
iner's blue with full length coat,
finished with a tailored stitched
collar which extended to the hem-
line. Her accessories were winter
white and black, and her corsage
in unison; piano solos by Miss: Women.g Gulkl of uie Christ I was of gardenias.
Elizabeth Walker; group singing ■ Mcmorial Episcopal church. Host-* For the traditional "something
directed by Walter P. Marsh. A egges at lunchetn at the parish old.” she wore a gold lapel watch
watch party also was part of the . ^ M).s R Tavlor Hanna ancj which belongs to her mother. The j
entertainment. • Mrs p‘ R Pressley. Oificers will watch was a wedding gift to Mrs. I
J. H Millwee. president of the ^ elecled Hunnicutt from her father, the
class, served as toastmaster for, Bid or Double club. Hosts at late Edward Gantt,
th? occasion. dinner-bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mrs. Beaty's only attendant was
Members and guests present were Kamm. 811 South Ellison avenue, her sister. Miss.Geneva Hunnicutt.
Mr. and Mis D. W. Walker and t M. T. M club. Hostess, Mrs. who chose a costume suit o^mi -
daughter. Miss Elizabeth. Mr. and
Mrs W R Biakeburn. all of Okla-
homa City, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
G HELD CLUB
Good Will Members Have
New Year’s Banquet
Er,iest Owens. 802 South Mitchell
"ourLady cf Perpetual Help Study corsage of Joanna Hill ™es
Hacker of Enid. Mr. and Mrs. Faye | club. Hostess. Mis M. R Thomsic James F. Beaty Ok‘««na .
Bailey cf Concho. Mr. and Mrs. E. 1420 South Williams avenue, an uncle of the br -gr
Mrs. Frank o. D. O club. Hostes-s, Mrs. F. M as best man.
RABS IN FLORIDA — Countess Haugwitz-Reventlow, former
Barbara Hutton, squired by Robert Sweeney of New York, on
way to tennis matches at Palm Beach, recently. Countess has
taken home for season there and mav seek divorce.
By ROBERTA LEE
12. Brown. Mr. and
Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. | Ted Mr. and Mrs Beaty departed on
Yerk east oi Banner. a brief wedding trip after which
Council of Womens they will establish a home in
Mr and Mrs. Floyd Radcliff,
Mrs. Merle Sheet* Mr. and Mrs.
J. L Carter and granddaughter,
Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Huch-
temann. Mrs F. O. True, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Schooley, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert McNew, Mr. and Mrs.
George Baker. Mr. and Mrs. z. L.
Chase. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rad-
cliff, Mr and Mrs. Homer Faler,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Millwee
Mrs Earl Cooksey. Mr. and Mrs.
J. W McKinster, Mr. and Mrs.
R A. Bright, Mr and Mrs. Ernest
Hodgkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Asa
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Crawfcrd. Mrs. Deck Hess, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Wright. Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Dunnerman of Concho,
Mrs. wtiliam Floyd. Mr and Mrs.
Lyman Lanman of Oklahoma City,
Mr. and Mrs Guy Lanman, Mr.
anti Mrs E. .H. Uttle. Mr and
Mrs. C. A. Fowler. Mr and Mrs.
Herbert Hey. Mrs W. Moore.
• Mr. and Mrs P B. Connors.
Mrs Joe Myers and daughter, Mrs.
James Murray. Mrs Roy Eichor.
Mrs Ethel Becton, Walter P.
ELECT OFFIC ERS
Mrs. Walter P. Cntes, 32<f East
WSi Wade street, was assisted in en-
lrnmediately after the ceremony j tertaining at the monthly meeting ^ jt nldp for a guest to talk
of the Past Matrons club Monday ^ length about the exceptionally
evening by Mrs. Gertrude Clark tlme hc had at „ CPrlain
Election of oificers was held an< or when visiting some other
resulted aa follows: friend?
Mr;-. Charles F Bowers, presl-
Members of the Good Will club
of Piedmont assembled Sunday
evening in the Veterans of For-
eign Wars post hall for their
annual meeting held in the ferm
of a New Year's eve party. A
buffet supper was served, appoint-
ments of which were in a seasonal
In the games of bridge Mrs.
Qulnby Howe and Ed Washecheck1
made high scores with Mrs. Al-
bert Speclil and John Whelan
receiving the second high awards.
Pilch prizes were presented Mrs.
Bill Wiedman and Carl Colley for
high scores and Mrs. Lillian Simp-
son and Oscar Dow fer second high (
Those enjoying the annual event
were Mr. and Mis. Asa Schenck.
Miss Kate Specht, Miss Mary
Speclit and Herbert Moore, all of
Oklahoma City Joseph Specht of
Newkirk. Mrs. Gussie Dow and
Oscar Dow, both of Okarche.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wessel, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Washecheck, Mr. and
Mrs. L. S. Specht. Mr. and Mrs.
John Whelan. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Eades,)
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. C uch. Mr and
Mrs. Eason Gill. Mrs. Lillian Simp-
son. Mr. and Mrs. Quinby Howe,
Mr. and Mrs Albert Specht, Mrs
Manforri Dickerson. Mrs. Bill
Wiedman. Miss Lois Kimball. Mrs
Hezzie Piatt. Miss Carolyn Dicker-
son, Miss Evelyn Washecheck and
Vincent Dickerson, all of Piedmont.
| Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. John Rector. Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Collev. A P. Courtney. Mrs. Ernest
Haynes. Miss Leah Coykendall,
Dogs For Army
^ Tir?.......* tl. .......rrrr^
Mrs. Fied R. Gaughoms - Reno Uighschool, where she I dent; Mrs. A D. Lynn vice presi- preillon thal he liftd a much better T. J. Cox. chairman. Mrs. Edna,
hostess. Mrs. E. L. Nylander, 902 , the El
South Williams avenue.
Mrs. George M Lovell's group,
hostess, Mrs. J. S. Cormack, 906
8:uth Barker avenue.
Mrs. V. A Mount s group
ess. Mrs. C. W. Feagin. 821 South
was active in Squaws, girls' pep (dent; Mrs. Edna McMahan Kelly, ljme than he is having now.
dub, and Philalathean literary so-
ciety. For the pest few years she
has been employed in a secretarial
host- capacity in Oklahoma Otty.
Mr Beaty, who !s the son of
Mrs. O M. Duncan of Ptwhuska.
ms educated in the Pawhuska
Mn °" r«:r‘v rs
618 South Williams avenue. Ume he ta employed by
Circles of tin Women's Mission- ' ProducU corporation in Okla-
ary society of the Central Metho- CUy
r, sr. ^
kade, 421 East Wade 8treet Lpp Q xuckcr, Miss Ann Kegel-
Oladys Zimmerman circle, host- , |njm Mlss Hunnicutt. Mr
ess. Mrs. R J. Crump. 310 East ^ Mrs Lawrence E. Hayes. Mi
Hayes street |and clarence O Mublen-
secretary and treasurer Q How can a brlu,,e player re-
After the nusnies st. salon, pic- llaJn ifcgiSicring disgust wnen he
sided over by Mrs. 1X-1 Adkins, seveial poor bands In p, row?
vice president, the evening was ' A Exercjse controi. a good
spent Informally at bingo. Re- (,,|)nrtstnan aiu accept what fortune
freshnients were served. 'olters with a smile.
Mrs. R. J. Price, past matron q should one ever tip the con-
of Goodland, Kan., was an ad- ductor on a train, or the dtnlng-
ditional guest to enjoy the meet- tB, su>walci?
mg with the lollowtug members A j^0; R jS l)0t expected.
Mrs. Jesse A Johnson, Mrs. D W__
Wells, Mrs H E Harrison. Mr JANllAR1 MEETING
.and Mrs. Clarence
Nina Harvey circle, hostess. Mrs. h0(lspn Mr an(1 Mrs. l. M. Reed,
Mr and Mrs. Eldon Shnth, Mr
and Mrs Harvey P Underwood, al'
O A. Morris. 109 South Barker
Marjorie Sears circle, hostess,
Mrs Garland Etheridge. 305 South
for the wedding j Mae Dewell. Mt C. F Bowers, t\-joYFD BY CLUB
Mrs. Dona Hoffman, Mrs. C K Monthly meeting of the West
Miller, Mi G. F Gu'.cka Mis club was held Monday alter-
Phillip B. Connors, Mrs. Del Ad- n0fm when Mn Ernest Hodgkln-
klns and Mrs. Edna McMahan SWI li>05 gunset cfrlve, was assist-
Kelly. ed by Mrs. A. R Little In enter-
Meeiing Feb. 5 will be with Mrs I taming the group.
Oateka. 304 South Hoff avenue. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs.
when Mrs. Harrison will be as- h. V Yowell for high score while
sociate hostess at a Valentine par- Mrs. Emil Doeberitz received the
consolation award, In the games
Miss June Coykendall. Mrs. Nora B 1 fiiuirulinnii
Eades. Mrs Edna Wewerka. Miss SurK«» (.,P v‘^" xw
Bernice Haynes. Don Rector, Junior 1 “JHHI In IMIIC I CdrN
Rector and Jack Cox. I ... Io1, I
The committee in charge Of ar- WEST ' ' 'j
the New Year's “ <U.R>- Dr. A. W Model ha e-I
Mrs a.s chief surgeon at Union
here to enter private
WekerkrAMr,'Tnd“'M.s‘‘ stewa‘rt | practice alter pc iorming more than
Eades, Mrs. Eason GUI and Ed eperations during h s «
years as head oi the institution s
He has averaged more than 1.000
operations annually of almost every I
Miss Ruth Wtnklepleck, 920 South type at the hospital, an 80-bed
Barker avenue, was hostess at a Institution established in 1916 and
New Year's eve bridge party, serv- 1 owned and operated by nine United
ing a buffet supper at midnight. Mine Workers of America local
Her guests were Mr. and Mrs. I unions, whose 5,000 members pay
Ben Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Her- ($1.25 a month for hospital service,
shal Hobson. Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Winklepleck and George Cavlns.
* * *
HOSTESS AT BRIDGE
of Oklahoma Cltv.
Mi and Mrs. Bryant Olover or j ty.
• _ Aiei lnf> '
Admire avenue, assisted by Mrs. gLreveport. La.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe j * X of pitch Mrs W. L. Leach held
M Revard of Pawhuska. Mr. and WATCH PAR’JY AT high score and Mrs. M. A Jordan
" * BRANDLEY HOME low. A door prize was won by
Mr. and Mrs. Wartie Brandley Mrs. E. O. Hamilton,
and sons. Bob and Elmer, south- Those leted were Mis. H. V
west of El Reno, entertained mem* Yowell, Mrs. L. A McCullough,
bers of Friendly Circle, their fain- Mrs. Emil Doeberitz, Mrs Virgil
dies and guests at u 7 o'clock 1 Atwood, Mrs E. O. Hamilton. Mrs.
turkev dinner and watch party IW R. Mowre Mrs. O. R. Fer-
Sunday evening. guson. Mrs. William Chilton. Mrs.
Tnc evrtit was devoted to cards I R- H Tur',el [ •*». M
with high score prizes being won Mrs. W^L. Leacn.
Henry Behnc and Otto | Grove, Mr». M A
^ a.'-a m
inhn ! .annum. Laddie Thompeon, teas will be Mrs. Arnold Sawallisch. Cutt and C O. 8nodgtass._
Herbert Iley. jr.. James Murray.- Ladles Aid society of 'he First street.
jr . Malford Frosch. Kenneth Methodist church ( General^ meeting Buttcn^U ^
Schcoiey. Robert Carter and J#c^^ members o/'L Tourth Mrs I W Douglas. 620 South
Assisting in serving were Mrs.,division will entertain at 1 . *k MRo°^c “ Mllls Appieby,
Pronounce Jan-u-er-l, a
Mrs. W. C.
H;r j•j**®-** *“ ■* •
Rubv Mae Radcliff, Bonnie Bell, — , .
Bright Elizabeth Millwee, Virginia j society of Uie First Baptist church
C oksev Barbara Mitchell. Maxine One. regular meeting al the church
Hottzman and Leon Baker. I Two. hostess, Mrs. George W
Be Sure Your Shoes Fit;
Then Exercise Your Feet
CEFrr must have proper shoes If
» they are to be pretty to look at,
nicely shaped and free from blem-
ishes. Comfortable feet add to fa-
cial beauty too. Look in the mir-
ror, some time
when your feet
ache, and see
the lines about
and eyes. Your
entire face is
dull and stiff
What are the
right shoes for
you? Only you
can tell. Shoes
should grip the
plenty of free-
dom f o r the
By JACQUELINE HUNT
Walking around your room on
tiptoe tin your stocking fret) w
Young Matron's circle, hostesses
at regular meeting at the church,
Mrs F L. Schoonover and Mrs
John T. Willingham, Jr.
Oeneral Society of Womans Work __________
of the First Presbyterian church, j ”"d granddatuhtet. Sidney Jean
Division one, hostess, at birthday'
partv at 1:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. L.
Moore, 520 South Hoff avenue,
who will be assisted by Mrs. Emil
and Albert Heckes receiving the
A gift exchange was featured
Members and their families pres-
ent were Ml', aim Mrs. Ed Goos-
man and sons Charles and It. J .
Lunch was served at Uie close
of the afternoon. The meeting
Feb. 5 will be with Mrs. Hamilton,
201 North Macomb avenue, whose
associate hostess will be Mrs. At-
sg 4* *
MRS. KOI NOBLITT
CHICAGO Jan 2 —dpi— New i WORDS OFTEN MISUSED
Year's resolutions are a kind ol ,ll>* say. The\ o^ritunp ®tv
self-punishment caused by a child- J mov*n8 on ,(J Ca i orn a ,nt
Ish sense of guilt and not a method ,m<
of self-improvement. Dr. Smiley | OF TEN
Blanton of New York asserts in | January
Resolutions are broken quickly
because tliev are only a superficial
approach to character correction
"Unwise indulgence in alcohol,
overwork, laziness, extravagance,
miserliness, overeating — all are
symptoms which cannot be modi-
fied by even the most rigid and
honest New Year's lesolutlons.
"If a man feels that he U lazy.
It is not sufllclent lor him to re-
sotve lo work harder. He must find
out the cause of his laziness.
•'Harsh New Year's resolutions
lend to make us harsh toward
other people. It is only when we
can be sympathetic with ourselves
that we can be sympathetic with
PARIS. Jan. 2—(U.R)—The French
army has opened a recruiting sta-
tion for army dogs.
Dogs vfcill be accepted either ns
I gifts or cn loan for the duration
| of the war. They will be concen-
trated at a training camp, where
they will receive special instruc-
' 1 tion. which, a few weeks, will turn
them into specialists for patrol
work, Red Cross, dispatch carriers,
or for oDservation din,,.
An army order specifies that
dogs should be neither tro small
nor too big. but be healthy, alert
Alsatian police and sheep dogs
are preferred because they have a
natural camouflage cclor and be-
cause their natural talents approach
nearest those of wolves.
During training each dog is
handled by only are soldier, who
later controls him at the front.
Dogs used on patrol duty at
night nre specially trained to
1 whine when the enemy approaches.
Dogs on observation duty arc
taught to go hunting fer Ger-
mans. and when they find them
to return to their posts and guide
troops to the spot.
Dispatch carriers are trained to
run lrotn advance 1 rests to com-
jpany battalion or regimental head-
quarters making use cf trenches
«r covered terrain where they
escape being seen or shot.
They carry messages in a iroueh
wern around the collar. Red Cross
dogs are trained to find wounded
soldiers and lead stretcher bear-
If there are enough volunteers,
France will maintain an artny cf
Copyright, 1939, by Fairchild.
Tlic bright dark blue which
Molgneux launched and called
Royal Air Force blue is used in a
sturdy woolen /or a coat which, by
its cut and bright brass buttons, ,
also recalls the service. The sharp- today after spending t.hi holidays
cornered shoulders and saddle with Ms parents. Mr. and Mrs,
pockets diminish the ivaistlina. j,; \V Flagler, 710 South Roberts
Ft rrest Flagler of Enid departed
Eva and Lein. Mr and Mrs. Law-
rence Chappell, daughter,. Marcia
i,, i u , • am < ipal, and iu-me,
Wanda Chappell Mi and Mrs.
Ben Bogqess anti the hosts.
Guests include# Mrs. Henry j
nble If » shoe hurts, it s wrong.
Keep the foot muscles strong and
elastic by learning how to^ use
them. Point your twa stralght
ahead when you walk and with
,.,„h stride tense your toet. as
though you were trying to grip the
ground with them. Walk more-
the outside of your feet, if ,
aunt high, strong arches.
When you know your shoes are
vlHlil but your feet are aching with
weariness, try doubling your toes
under with earh step. This, is an
excellent exerrtse taken with the
sl„ws off. Then sit down on a
chair and stretch the foot forward.
, »i-m down and curled under, art h-
; ,|Tinstep. Pull until every
mnJle of the leg and font feels
Mrehhed. Relax. Raise the toes
Wild bring them back towardI .von,
m alting the I"1'’1 ,or*l“'d ** fftl T
Sou can. Repeat the exerdxes al-
nalely until you are tired.
,c .... _____ _ Division two hostess at 1 o'clock
one of the best exercises you can luncheon. Mrs. Richard B Cobbs,
do. It relieves strain, strengthens )020 gmuh Macomb avenue,
the arches and slims the ankles. Division three, hostess at 1:30
,.rn"„.x,srK »r,£5 *«—«• «>
or. toenails. Actually a pedicure Elm street.
includes the whole intricate bust- Division lour, hostess at 130
ness of caring for tire nails and o'clock, Mrs. Joe Ice, 1J15 South
l°Do your toenails regularly each ll','lll"‘ Hvrn^ll)AV
Mlghtly rounded‘tips' Use* the cm- Udles Auxiliary to the Brother- MF.BVFID t
ery board or file to round olT the ! |10(H| 0f Railway Trainmen Reg-
corners. but do not try to shape ular ,netung |n the Trainmen's
them down to tire flesh. The at- I
most-stralght-across line protects f, ch, clui, Hostess
the sides of your toes from pressure Mu Gamma Chi club m
from your shoes and prevents In- Mrs Don Dresser. 917 West Wood-
grown toenails. acn street.
Scrub your toes thoroughly with Tulip unit. Flower Garden club
warm soapsuds; then with your noatoaa, Mrs Leo Kamm. 811 South
fingernails or an orange sttrk avenue,
SPaWSS -ridge club Mr.
the cuticles. If there Is a lot of J. J. Dillon. 1016 South Barker
dead material on the nail Itself, avenue.
work It off. or clip It with cuttclq colloquium club. Hosts. Mr
8ClUcle"itseffC,re,Ul DOt ^6,11 “,ul M,s' H' W*yne Penry' 711
' 'use a'buffer to smootli the nail Sunset drive,
and bring up a rosv glow, or apply Flureku club Hosts. Mr. and Mrs.
liquid enamel. If you expect to A P Bailey. 307 East Hayes
wear cutout party sandals and s(rM,t
sheer, revealing hose, you m,Kl11 Friendly Stitchers club. Hostess,
vou/flngMtlpa Tyou might pre- Mrs John Ramey. 921 South Mac
fer a darker, harmonizing shade. |nmb avenue __
If you put on polish simply to give
Niles. Mr and Mt> Olio Pnls-
wald and dMightei u-ota. Mr. and |losTEtl(J to(h b
Mra .J. D Rtnderhagen, Mr and Noblltt. 405 NorUt Rock
Hi Mbert Hi - kM Ml and Mrs
Frank Owen and daughters, Jo
as In an. a as In unite, e as In egg.
i a« in it. principal accent on first
syllable, secondary accent on third
OFTEN MISSPELLED: Cnvennt
tpepperi; pronounced ki-en, I as in
kite, e as In men,
SYNONYMS Predominant, su-
WORD STUDY: "Use a word
three times and It is yours." Lei
us lnct ease out vocabulary by mas-1
lerlng one word euclri day. Today’:
word: VIVIDLY: clearly. His de-
scription was vividly given."
|<IF.I) PIPER HONORED
CHARLESTON. W Va (UP>
Fifteen-year-old Fred Mcluttrc.
Smith! teld high school sophomori,
has been awarded the conservation
selves momentary satisfaction toy
muklng hrrsh resolutloiis, Pien I
breaking them and going back to |
Island avenue, entertained Mon- uieir old manner ol living, Blan- |
d".y Contract Players and a group ,on suld
ol additional guests at bridge Mon- i -one New Year's resolution
day evening which might be helpful would be
Special guests included Mrs R ,0 rPS0]VP (innly not to try to re-
W. Thom, Mrs E S Cupp. Mrs jorm other persons.”
Harry Morris, Mrs. J J Dillon. —
Mrs H E Merchant and Mrs Ernest Potts, student at the Unl-
Behnc, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hpnrv BphnP (iub mem-1 versltj of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Brandley and Mr. t.nd Mrs. Dar- l)eri, feted were Mrs. Otis Andcr- departed today after spending the
win Chiles, | ,on> Mrs Litln Forrest. Mrs B B holidays with Ills parents, Mr. and
Spears. Mrs Flank N >rvlng. Mrs Mrs. E N Potts. 511 South El-
j J. C. Oebhart rikI Mrs. Bert Me- ||y,n avetitti'
POSTPONES MEETING Drrmott.
MeemiK or Mu. Ora Mac Mer-1 Mrs Morris Rtid Mrs Anderson
reldl'a group of the General Conn-, made high scores after which n
dl of Women's Work of the First I dessert course was served.
Christian church ahicli was ached- The dub will meet in a fortnight
tiled for Thursday afternoon Im* I with Mis. Spears, north
been port petted until Jan 11_
Most people prefer to give them- | commis»loB'R prize as the best ver-
min-killer in West Virginia. Tlu
one-man scourge on small pests
won a year's scholarship to
you that well groomed feeling.1
then use pale rosy Qnted polish. ; j
After the polish Is completely,
dry, massage around the base an®
sides of each nail with a brlttlr-
nall cream or cuticle oil. Then
massage thr entire foot with a
good softening cream or foot
cream, kneading deeply between
Uie bones and around the anklet.
NOW YOU CAN GET
EL RENO MOTOR CO.
Also 24 hour Wrecker Nervier
. . . thv Tribune Want
Ada when you want to
buy or aell, trade or bor-
row at low coat. When
you need reHUltd, juat
READ AND DKK
THE WANT ADS
The Daily Tribune
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 265, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 2, 1940, newspaper, January 2, 1940; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920566/m1/3/: accessed July 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.