The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 256, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1939 Page: 3 of 8
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RSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1939
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
EN AS FAVORS
ests were seated at one long
when Mrs. E. J. Palmer, 1205
■> Macomb aenue, entertained
1 o’clock luncheon-bridge Tues-
v afternoon for members of Kil
Klub and one guest, Mrs. C.
7olly corsages, which were pre-
yed as favors, marked each
ce, while tall red tapers com-
Witt, Mrs. C. C. Yant, Mrs. B. E.
Tressider, Mrs. Ted Ownby, Mrs.
M. H. Morris. Mrs. W. J. Beaulieu.
iMrs. R S. Bywnter, Mm. F. L.
Schoonoer. Mrs. Franklin Myer,
j Mi's. W G. Lyon. Mrs. L R Hol-
i land. Mrs. John T. Wtllinelmm. Jr.,
i Mrs. James P. Briggs, Mrs. A. L.
MRS. H \CKF.TT GIVES T C club. A miniature Christmas
LUWCHEON- BRIDGE tree, which centered the table, was
Mrs. John Rnckett, 1607 West flanked with red tapers. Holiday
Wute street, entertnlned at t | greenery and Holly was arranged
o'clock luncheon-bridge Tuesday about the rooms
afternoon honoring members of G. | A gift exchange was featured
and in the card games Mrs. M. B. J
Cope won the high score favor j
with Mrs H. A. Colrv receiving I . , , , • . „
Hostess tij the club .Tan. 2
the traveling prize, Others present | bp Ke^n 81l
were Mrs. C. A. Evans, Mrs. L. C
Collier, Mrs. C. F. McDonald. Mrs.
W. L Moore su'd Mrs James E.
Four New Members VVel-
comed By Study Club 1 Wright
Justa-Mere-Heart club. Hostess,
Mrs. Ernest Hodgklnson, 1005 Sun-
Ladies of the Grand Army or
the Republic. Regular meeting In
the American Legion hall.
Junior American Legion
the attractive table decora
Oifts were exchanged. lia,Y Members will convene in the
Mrs. R A. Deck received the! American legion hall for an ex-
high score honor and a
gift was presented Mrs.
Additional Society on Page 7 _
Mrs. W. G. By it!, Mrs.
E. A. Newman, Mrs. John McRae,
Mrs A. E. Walsh, Mrs. I. L.
Annuhl Christmas party enjoyed Mertele and Mrs. George Reagan,
by Round Table Study club was The club will meet Jan. 2 with
given Tuesday afternoon in the Mrs. Byrd, 1000 West Wocdson
home economics department of the «*«*• *“> •» nM*ted by
, , , , Mrs. Reagan.
El Reno highschool. which was * * *
auxj decorated beautifully in a holiday DINNER
.nose present were Mrs. L. W.
right, Mrs. Gertrude Clark, Mrs.
■rris Norvell, Mrs. Carl Whitlock.
11*. Arthur Clark, Mrs. Walter P.
Hk, Mrs. A. E. Fanner, Mrs. London street,
in E. Wilson, Mrs. Charles S. Friday Bridge
rbes and Mrs. R. A. Deck.
Icxt Tuesday Mrs. Norvell, 809
jth Ellison avenue, will enter-
n the club
* * *
INSET CLUB FETED
is a holiday courtesy for mem-
's of Sunset Bridge club and two
ssts, Mrs. Carl Whitlock, 624
nth Hadden avenue, entertained
a prettily appointed dessert-
dge Monday evening. The guests j darcp #t
•e Mrs. Ralph Whitlock and Mrs. Cmintry chlh
Four new members were intro-
change of gifts. duced. including Mrs. J. F. Brandis,
American Legion auxiliary. A w E' rruttle‘ Mrs T R
Christmas party will lie given In Rpevos ancl Mrs- W' D Cox Mrs
the American Legion hall for all James p Briggs, president pre-
members and their families. sided °ver business session
Pons Colloquium club. Hosts. Mr.| Mrs. Walter Beaulieu and Mrs.
and Mrs. Neal Vawter, 307 East R. 8. By water were in charge of
! the program, which included a
club Hostess. I selection. “Oh. Holy Night," by
Mrs. Earl Scarlett. 512 South Ma- ; the highschool boys’ quartet, com- ■ BlUinger.
comb avenpe. Gifts will be ex-! posed of John Lanman, Ray Pal-
changed. | mer, Laddie Thompson and Ray-
Eurekn club. Hosts Mr and [mond Urton. They were aceompnn-
Mrs. I. W. Alexander 419 South ied at the piano by Miss Mary
Edwards. A comical reading was
presented by Mrs. Ted Ownby.
Mrs. John T. Willingham, jr„
was in charge of the gift exchange
after which refreshments, prepared
Mr and Mrs P O Smith, south-
east of FI Reno entertnlned nt 7 j
o'clock dinner Tuesday evening ns |
a farewell courtesy honoring Mr.
and Mrs Charles Reese and daugh-
ter. Iiene. who plans to depart
Dec. 27 to make their home In
Guests in addition to Mr. and
Mis. P.eesc and daughter were Mr.
end Mrs. E. V Andrews and Clyde
Mr. and Mrs Smith |
| were assisted in their hospitalities
by her daughter. Mias Maxine
P. Witt. jr.
Sifts for the exchange marked
ch place, white centering the
ale was a small Christinas tree,
[p addition to Mrs. Whitlock
d Mrs. Witt, those feted were
rs. Carl Gierhart, Mrs. Emest
tynes, Mrs. F. W. Sanford, Mrs.
D. Seiver, Mrs. Leslie
-a. W. J. White. Mrs. W. H.
breeder, Mrs. M I. Owen. Mrs.
W. Preston and Mrs W G.
Bridge prises were won by Mrs.
i White among the club mem-
’and Mrs. Witt for the guests.
* * *
LARD BY W. C. T. U.
Annual reports were submitted
officers and directors at a
•etlna Tuesday afternoon of the
omen’s Christian Temperance
lion wi*h Mrs. M Alice Miller,
1 South Macomb avenue.
The meeting opened with the
. C T. U. praise song after
aich Mrs Rex Tee'e presented
e devotional service.
Miss Gladys Jensen, dhector of
era time revealed 1.755 pages of
Ugioua and temperance literature
strlbuted during the pnxt year
Parliamentary drill was conduct-
l by Mrs. Milter before ndjourn-
ent to meet Jun. 9 with Mrs.
attie Lord 413 East Wade street
Elks lodge. Annual open house
for all members and their out-of-
town guests will tx held at the
B. P O E. home
i Amitv club. Members will enter-! Eunice Cormack. were served
! tain at their annual Christmas [ pTnv)^ln(, ftt the tea table were
FI Reno Golf and , Mrs BrU(|Ui ftnd Mrs. p j_ Schoon-
| by students under the direction of
Eagles lodge Annual
party will be given at the lodge
Miss Rose Ann McClain, student
at the University of Oklahoma.
Norman, has arrived to spend the
holidays with her parents, Mr
White, land \jrs. Russell McClain. 115
North Barker avenue
Persons favoring the rr-elect l«n
of Franklin D. Roosevelt to the
presidency an invited to meet In
the district Court room El Reno,
Saturday afternoon, Dec. 23 at 2:30.
Milton B. Cope
Qts. 35c — Gal $1.25
Pure Ice Cream Co.
2IM North Rock Island
Special guests for the afternoon
wera Mrs. W M. Agee of Quinton
and Mrs. J. R. Blake, while mem-
bers enjoying the occasion included
Mrs. II. D. Rem pel. Mrs. R. P
Lady Lee Tavern
Thurs. (Tonite) Dec. 21
9 P. M. ’til....
AND HIS SOONERS
13-PIECE SWING BAND
FROM O. U. CAMPUS
. . . Tht Dance Band
Sensation of Oklahoma
Adm. $1.00 Couple
- j •QUALITY
• FRESH from
our rooitm to your
QUAIIH COFFEE AT A POPULAR PRICE
, v. .. * , i, ■
[i 9h GROED
MEN’S AND BOYS’ SHOP
Your Christmas Store
ID THK LADIES-Forget the tricky
Gifts this Christmas and give him
something he can really use.
Sanforised Shrunk shirts with th»
fitting Arrow Collar. With* var-
iety of whites and patterns
I, 2.00 „p
in piprskin, r.uedes.
93c o 3.95
BOTANY WOOL TIES
Dress and sport jrloves
Calfskins and Wool
with leather palms
His favorite for lonfer wear,
selection in smart patlerns
and solids. ------ .‘l pair
Smart, new round
cold filled com.
® CAJH.YIC . .
15 iewek Yellow
gold fitted cate,
® CAROtE . . .
15 jewel*. Yellow
or while gold Wted
"Wrinkle-Proof” ties that he will
proudly. Nothing ^audy about
Perfect fitting — because they are tuiloi’ed
to sire just like his shirts. Buy
them by his collar sire.
rweler and Optometrist
too. See our
_ J 2.95
BOTANY WOOL SCARFS
Generously sited, neatly stitched, masculine
colors in handkerchiefs to OCa
match his Arrow shirts. fcwB up
Also Initial Whites
8 in Gift Box._____
A irift he will appreciate for it’s
and longer wearing qualities
Matching Wrinkle-Proof tiffs.
Creme Do Mints
Packed in Cellophane—Untouched hv Human Hands
Chocolates - Cioams - Nougats
35c m 1.00
nil,. Lee Wright’s A A A JU m
No. 1 Qualilv
Q No. 2
O Cans LDC
9N * 9C.
4 ch. iJL
288 Size -
Large S Do*. Star
ItUNMt or Triumphs
Mesh Bag Rack
Large 17C Mae
No. IH Site Cans
Large 29 si. Bag
Winrsap 198-210 She
Delicious I Ml Sice
Med. Si 8c
Lar^e Size- 10c
Post Toasties^ 2,„
Fruit CockUil S
Known as Ga,
FRESH DRESSED NO. I BIRDS
Wc Arc Cooperating WHh
Campaign On Turkeys.
B to 12
4 to 8 lb. Avg.
LEGS .......lb. 19c
CHOPS Hi. 23i
SHOULDER lb. 15c
Little Pig Shoulders
Whole or Half
Banfield Sweetheart B
8 to 12 4 I
r 17c I
m i _
WILL BE CLOPED
C1IR1HTMAS. DEC. Ml
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 256, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1939, newspaper, December 21, 1939; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921045/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.