The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 259, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1950 Page: 3 of 6
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Friday, December 29, 1950
El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Members of the Woman’s Bene-
fit association met Tuesday in the
IOOP hall for their regular meeting
with Mrs. H. S. McGee presiding.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by the chaplain, followed
by repeating the pledge of allegiance
to the flag. After the roll call,
minutes from the previous meeting
were read by Mrs. Emil Doeberitz,
secretary, pro-tern, and accepted as
read and the monthly bills were
The card chairman reported send-
ing cards to different members and
Mrs. McGee reported sending a
poinsettia plant to Mrs. Essie Bell
Kitzmiller who was reported to be
very ill at the Catto hospital. The
meeting was closed with prayer.
The next meeting will be Jan. 9
when dinner will be served at noon
in the IOOF hall.
Q. Is it necessary for a man to
rise when dining alone, and another
man stops at his table.
A. This is not necessary when
there is no great difference in age.
If the man who stops is elderly,
then it is courteous for a young man
Q. If a girl is entertaining a week-
end guest and she is invited to
some social aifair, is she privileged
to bring her guest with her?
A. Only when the permission of
the hostess has been asked in ad-
Q. Should one leave the spoon in
a sherbet glass when one has fin-
ished eating the dessert?
A. No; place it on the saucer.
By Patricia Clary
United Press Correspondent
TJOLLYWOOD, Dec. 29 —(U.R)—
Before a camera ever turns,
a movie studio spends months de-
signing and testing costumes, build-
ing and breaking in sets, choosing
actors, growing trees and deciding
It was announced there would i how the star shall wear his hair.
For Social Order
The Social Order of the Beau-
ceant met Thursday night at the
Masonic temple with Mrs. H. S.
McGee, president, presiding during
the business meeting.
be installation of officers at
next meeting on Jan. 11 at
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Radcliff were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Page and family of
Week-end guests at the Paddock
home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Oler and son, Lloyd. jr„ of Tulsa,
Mrs. C. Farliss of Cisco, Tex., Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Irwin and Miss
Thelma Voris all of Fort Worth,
Rolla Smith spent Christmas with
his son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Prltner off Okla-
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Manning
visited relatives in Oklahoma City
Monday and Tuesday guests at
the B. B. Holliday home were Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Eades of Wichita,
Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Von
Tungeln, daughter, Carmen, son,
John, of Heaslon.
Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Zimms were Mr. and Mrs.
Fresno Burton and family of Min-
co. Sunday visitors were Mrs. Tom
Miller and daughter. Blanche.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. James Radcliff were Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Oler and son, Lloyd, Jr.,
of Tulsa, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Irwin and Miss Thelma Voris of
Fort Worth, Tex., Mr. and Mrs.
Rayford Johnson and .son of El
Reno, Miss Eva Paddock. Francis
Paddock and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Miss Lavina Hickey spent Monday
with her mother, Mrs. Sam Hickey
Eagles auxiliary. Business meet-
ing at the Eagles hall.
BEC club. Hostess, Mrs. Tice
Wagner, 615 North Evans.
Women's Christian Temperance
union. Hostess, Mrs. J. T. Roberts,
618 South Ellison. Meeting at 2:30
Chapter M, PEO. Hostess, Mrs.
Walter H. Boon, 1002 South Bar-
Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges.
Meeting at IOOF hall at 7:30 p. m.
Friendly Sewing club. Hostess,
Mrs. B. E. Carder, 5<)3 South Wil-
How Can I?
When filming finally starts, it’s
only the climax of a long, expen-
sive and intricate story.
Even as small a point as test-
ing how Gregory Peck will look in
his makeup and costumes as the
Biblical King David took 20th
Century-Fox a day’s work and the
labor, indirectly and directly, of
There was four months research
into how David wore his hair be-
fore Peck ever reported to the
hairdressers. Neither the Bible nor
historians give a clue. The only
thing to go by was Michelangelo’s
bust of David, and Michelangelo
didn't really know either.
After numerous still photographs
of Peck in various hair styles, it
was decided that he should wear
his own hair grown long in the
Makeup man Ben Nye had the
same problem as the hairdressers.
What kind of beard, if any, did
"I figured there’s nobody else
alive who knows either,” Nye said,
q" How can l'pre.sL a suit more j1 decided an Egyptian type
satisfactorily? ~a thl" n'lg of halr !Tomr car ,t0
A. Fold a large piece of news- a mustache. It looks
paper lengthwise, wet one side of j a ' aln 0 ca rt>1 ars’
it, and fold the dry side over the ! Tlle hair-do and the beard took
wet side. Place the wet side against | a whole morning to perfect. After
the suit and iron on the dry side. lunch, Peck reported to the test
This will also prevent a shiny suit. set outdoors on the Fox back lot.
Q. How can I clean a pan which
has contained boiled milk?
A. Pour out the milk and im-
mediately cover the pan before the
steam escapes. After the pan is cool.
The set was busy as the actual
production of “David and Bath-
sheba” will be. Twenty-four work-
men, with lights and a camera,
were grouped around an Arabian
fill it with cold water. It will then archway. The head of the ward
wash out easily.
Q. How can I impart a rich, brown
color to sponge cake?
robe department was there to see
how the costumes looked; the head
of props was on hand to check up
A. Sprinkle a little granulated on the jewelry and swords Peck
sugar over the top of the cake be- uses; Nye was there to watch his
fore placing it in the oven. '■ beard; and the camerman was
Q. How can I determine if the conferring over water color repro-
turkey is ready to take from the ductions of the elaborate sets with
oven? the art director.
A. One method is to pierce the Then Peck appeared wearing
j leg. If the juice is white, or pale one of the 12 costumes he has for
pink, the turkey is ready. the movie, a yellow, knee-length
- gown with elbow-length embroid-
DETEUTING MADE EASY ered sleeves and over it a long
SPOKANE—(U.R)—Detective E. B. sleeveless coat In a darker shade
Meader made his easiest arrest of yellow with gold trimmings. He
when he opened his door and 34- had wide gold bracelets set with
I year-old John J. Gallardi said he emeralds and rubies and gold
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Sew Chart shows you every step.
Send 25c in coins for this pattern
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name, address with size and style
NEW YORK, Dec. 29 — (/P)— A
fall in farm machinery production
in 1951 was forecast by Theodore
Johnson, president of the J. I. Case
company of Racine, Wis.
In a year-end statement he said:
“The 1951 volume of farm machin-
ery production and sales will, it
appears reasonable to believe, be
considerably less than in 1950.
“Raw materials of the various
kinds required in making farm ma-
chinery will not be available in
the quantities required to main-
tain production schedules at 1950
levels because of plans for produc-
tion of military goods. There is
likely to be a shortage of labor in
manufacturing plants as well as
on farms for the same reason.
"Manufacturers’ costs will be
higher in 1951 than in 1950. Wage
rates in our industry and in other
industries, including the suppliers
of the materials used, were in-
creased during 1950. These higher
wages and the higher cost of ma-
terials purchased by us, together
with higher taxes, will be in effect
throughout 1951. The year ahead
may bring further increases.
“The higher costs must even-
tually be reflected in higher sell-
ing prices. Farmers generally are
in good financial position and, as-
suming good crops, the demand for
farm machinery should be good in
! had heard Meader was looking for
him. The detective escorted Gal-
lardi to the police station, where
he was booked on a forgery charge.
Results in Fine
Neal W. Whinery, 25, of 11114
North Rock Island, forfeited a $20
bond in police court today as the
result of a minor traffic mishap
Thursday night in the 100 block
of South Choctaw avenue.
He was backing out of a park-
ing place when his 1938 sedan col-
lided with a parked vehicle nearby,
owned by Lonnie A. Roush, 55, of
114 South Choctaw.
Damage to both cars totaled about
$20, according to records of Lee
Harvey, police chief.
open-toed sandals with laced gold
All afternoon he put on and took
off costumes like this, posed be-
fore the camera in a stance befit-
DEAD EYES HELP ting a king and walked this way
SEGOVIA. Spain— (U.RV—’Two pa- and that while all the department
tients are recovering full vision heads studied the result and made
here after operations, in which eye?, notes on changes. And after that,
of dead persons were given them ; there were action tests of Peck
Each patient was totally blind In galloping in a chariot drawn by
one eye. two black horses.
Man Jailed For
Lester Brown of Canadian coun-
ty was sentenced to 15 days in the
Canadian county jail and ordered
to pay court costs by Judge Roy M.
Faubion after he pleaded guilty at
a hearing Thursday in county court.
Brown had asked for the hearing
in advance of the day set for sen-
tencing, Jan. 5.
Garland Richey, highway patrol-
man stationed at Hinton, had sign-
ed the complaint, which stated that
Brown was driving west on U. S.
highway 66, seven miles west of El
Reno on Dec. 16 while under the
influence of liquor.
Information was filed by Bobby
Lee Morrison, Canadian county at-
Henry Weimers, Geary, entered
Catto hospital Thursday for major
Harold Latham. Perkins, entered
Laughton Osteopathic hospital
Thursday for major surgery.
J. D. McGee, Tuttle, entered
Laughton hospital Thursday for
Jimmy Wigley, 10-year-old son of
W. F. Wigley, Tuttle, was dismissed
today from Laughton hospital. He
entered Dec. 28 for minor surgery.
William Doughty. 210 North Hoff,
entered the El Reno sanitarium to-
day for minor surgery.
Panty Ads Must Be Modest
Or Irish Will Raise Cain
DUBLIN, Dec. 29 — (U.R) — Irish
commercial artists and advertising
agents wage a continuous battle
over bosoms and curves with the
modest-minded boards of Ireland’s
national daily newspapers.
Commissioned to illustrate a bra,
panty, girdle or corset advertise-
ment for a fashion house, the ar-
tist must put his idea across with-
out that fundamental of modern
advertising—the female form.
Under strict regulations enforced
by the managing boards, bra. pan-
ty, corset or girdle ads must sug-
gest nothing of the form they en-
Cne national daily goes so far
as to insist that all articles of
lingerie appearing in ads must he
F’illed with c well-turned bosom
or hip, the bras, panties, corsets
or girdles are rejected as "unsuit-
able," and the artist has to start
ail over again.
Panties never are filled in ads.
A line-drawn model may hold a
pair out demurely; but she may
not put them on. Even while hold-
ing them, she must be demurely
The over-all rule—except in one
daily—is that a lady may undress
only down to her slip to get the
idea of femininity across to the
Should exceptional circumstances
—like a partieulaily fat commission
—call for further stripoing. she
may strip down to bra and girdle,
provided she turn her face de-
murely away from the prying eyes
ot the reading public.
And even then the artist is tied
by one hard-and-fast-rule observ-
ed in all papers—bosoms must not
bulge; there must be no line of
cleavage or any suggestion of sen-
"The line of the garment is suf-
ficient ir dicat ion of outline," ar-
tists are told.
As a result, lingerie ads usually
consist of leveia! garments poised
at appealing angles over the ad
space, with perhaps a well-covered
female figure In the background.
An over-all taboo applies to fal-
One evening paper was rash
enough to accept an ad offering
to the female population an "ap-
pealing brassiere, with cleverly
Tne snowstorm of indignant let-
ters that descended on the news-
paper sent the ad into the waste
basket, never to emerge.
But they don’t have to go that
far to raise public Ire. A national
daily was recently so daring as to
carry a large nylons ad displaying
the legs of a well-known Dublin
Down came the letters of pro-
test, but the legs—demurely pro-
truding through a picture frame
with the exposure line just above
the knee—stayed In.
Thanked by Vets
Members of the VFW auxiliary
are receiving letters of thanks this
week from veterans of the Sulphur
hospital for gifts of candy and
greetings mailed out during Decem-
Mrs. C. H. Tesch, publicity chair-
man, has announced that Mrs. L. D.
Gilley, local hospital chairman, and
her committee have made and mail-
ed 177 nut cups. 27 pounds of candy
and 203 Christmas cards to the hos-
Members of the candy committee
are Mrs. Guy Edwards. Mrs. Wes-
ley Lumry, Mrs. R. E. Biggert, Mrs.
Robert Hill, Mrs. Estelle Isles. Mrs.
Lena Shepard. Mrs. Jess Oyler and
Mi’s. N. C. Lewis.
Those who made nut cups were
Mrs. Clyde Edwards, Mrs. Marguer-
ite Woodring. Mrs. Ray Harper, Mrs.
Cal Boyle, Mrs. Joe Courtney, Mrs.
D. L. Flikens and Mrs. John Fergu-
son and her Cub Scout troop.
DANVILLE, 111.—(U.R)—Mrs. Ruby
Pridemore. 33 was annoyed when
her husband declined to battle a
man who made an insulting re-
mark to her in a tavern. His lack
of chivalry so angered her that
she hit him on the head with a
beer bottle. The fine was $5.
Vacuum Cleaners and
C. R. IVANS
YOUR KIRBY DEALER
604 East Wade Phone 2472-J
about this question
My car was tied up for repair.
Meanwhile, I borrowed my
brother's car to make my calls.
If I had an accident while
driving my brother's car,
would my auto insurance
lxilicy havo covered my lia-
For the answer to this anil other
Insurance questions, consult Bob
Ahern of Ahern and Ahern,
Citizen's National Bank Build-
ing. Phone 816.
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — (U.R) —
There were 400 cigar makers in
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SALT LAKE CITY—(U.R)—Pocket-
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take a beating when Dec. 1 rolls
around each year and not because
of Christmas. On that day, Lee sr„
and the twins, Lee, jr„ and Ray, all
celebrate their birthdays.
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