The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 99, Ed. 1 Friday, June 23, 1950 Page: 3 of 8
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Mdiy, Jang 28,1900
El Reno (Dick.) Dally Tribuna
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At the final meeting Man ram-
■“ adjournment. Mn. Lon O.
entertained memfetn of the
I of Ow Pint PbrtiUan church
* pump Monday ewntM un
«« lam # bar ham. Mt
M U Itnunam. prwMMit.
eohductad a brief budnaa meeting
Mt* r°up repetition dt the Uml'i
i H»- Vttna NofcteU gutetad hr
Uto mania OunnaUjr pmentod the
motional topic, maa OotnaUy
Mo reported on a reoent trip to
Uka dart Blackwell at Bun water
whan aha attended the Women'a
Fellowship retreat aa a repreaenta-
tiva of the |ulld.
Officers for the 1000 term ware
Installed by Mrs. C. R Ingram and
the meeting waa concluded with
the evening offering and mission-
ary benediction. «
Other members attending the pic-
nic were Mias Marie Dtttmer, lira
O. 8. Singleton. Mrs. H- C. Doel#r.
Mrs. T. V. Powell. Mo. Diving
Wait. Mrs. M. L. Simmons. Mrs.
Florence Spears, Was LouU Spears,
Mrs. P. A. Ferguson, Miss Rosa
Witcher. Mrs. C. O. Canon. Mrs.
Arthur Wage. Mrs. Horner C. Reml.
Mrs. Frank X. Evans, Mrs. Clarence
tmboden, Mrs. Charles Penwright
and Mrs. Basel Brown.
Guests far the evening were Mrs.
W. O. KitwnlUer, Mrs. Zuna Mat-
ty. Miss Bally Osmahan, Mrs.
Karl Dtttmer and Mis. Theo Setkel.
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HONORED WITH DEQUES
The Grand Cross of Color degree
was conferred upon Miss Paulina
Cooksey, Mrs. Sun Wallace and
Clem Cherry during the grand as-
sembly of Rainbow, June It to 21.
The three-day sees Ion, held on
the campus of Oklahoma Colloga
tor Women, was attended by Anita
Sue Waller. Jeanette Richardson.
Lillian Johnson, Louise Townsend,
Joan Fuchs and Miss Cooksey.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Olem Cherry, mother advisor of
the local order.
Also attending part of the ses-
sions were Mr. and Mrs. B. N.
Potts and Mrs. Catharine Lemon.
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MU. W. L ADAM8
Mrs. W. L. Adams. 306 North K
avenue, was hostess to members
Of the Friendly Workers club Friday
After a session of needlework,
gefreshmenU. were served to Mrs.
Aloway, Mrs. O. C. Bollinger.
W. I. Wyrfcfc MtR.TKB.Ma)>
and Mrs. I. M. Corley.
The door prlae also was awardad
to Mrs. Corley.
Plans were discussed far a family
picnic to be held June 20 In Legion
HONORS MR. GARRETT
W. E. Hutson was host at the
traditional bachelor dinner honor-
ing Harry A. Garrett Wednesday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
Hutson, 215 8outh Roberts avenue.
Attending the al fresco steak fry
were Harry A. Garrett, Harry Gar-
rett. Fred W. Hutson. Jerry Hutson,
Jimmy Powell, Lewis Schumacher.
Tom Peabody and the host.
Mr. Hutson will serve as best man
for the g o'clock nuptial service to-
night of Miss Pearl Leek and Mr.
Order of Beaten star Initiation
and maettn In Masonic temple.
M* auMttery. Roots) masting
JlteU. hg|L Hosts—., Mrs
<!•««• Qavta. VP John Duff and
Q. Is one under financial obll-
gatlon when a friend often to
lend one his apartment while he
Is away on an extended trip?
A. Ye*: all running household
expenses must be paid during this
period, broken articles replaced,
and if there are any servants, they
should be paid.
Q. When e girl is giving a party,
and one of the guests brings a
box of candy, should the candy
be passed around?
A. Yes, It Is an appreciative and
Q. When serving tag. Is it re-
quired that all the china on the tea
table be of the same design?
A. No; this Is not ementlal.
Meeting at I p. m. to IOOP hell.
Mrs. A. J. McCullough, p reel dent,
conducted the regular meeting of
the Ladies auxiliary to the Brother-
hood of Railway Trainmen when In-
itiation services were held far Mbs
Jesnnlne Brandy, Mr*. Ethel Lou
Dey. Mrs. Anna Parker and Mrs.
H. R. McGee.
Mrs. Mary Anderson of Fort
Scott. Kan., sixth rice grand presi-
dent. assisted with the initiation
oeremantes. The drill team also par-
ticipated to the service.
The auxiliary was invited to at-
tend the district meeting at Port
Scott, Oct 4, for the states of Han-
ses, Oolormdo and Nebraska.
Plans were dtecuned for a picnic
to be hald July 4 at Legion park and
committees appointed Include Mrs.
Oorden Penny, Mrs. John McCul-
lough gnd Mrs. Curtis Callahan. -
A. vote of thanks was extended to
Mn. G. O. Stout for her assistance
in obtaining a coffee urn for the
The State legislative representa-
ve's report was read recommend-
ing candidates -for state election.
Immediately after the meeting,
the auxiliary entertained with a re-
ception Jar the grand officer and
Refreshments were served from a
lace covered table decorated with
i reception onmmlttac laatudad
W L. Broody. Mrs. Ernest
and Mrs. Bmny.
Ms a opeotal meeting called
Hr. Mrs. MsOullough con-
ducted totttoUMi services for Mlee
QgraMtue Late Broody who was un-
able to attend tin riass initiation.
Mrs. Frank White presided during
With tha regular meeting Thurs-
day afternoon., the New Hope sew-
ing Club adjourned for the summer
was Mrs. A. Orieael,
During Use afternoon of sewing,
the poem. "Oet Someone Else." was
read bg Mm Walter Rowe and the
»M psalm was recited by 4-year-
Members present were Mrs. Olive
Verges, Mrs. Oscar williams, Mrs.
Oaerge Beta, Mrs. a H. Kepler, Mrs.
H. H. McFarland and Mrs. Howe.
Mrs. fldttb Maa Punk
ef Albany. Mo.. Rosemarie Rowe and
Him Linda Woodruff of Oklahoma
Masting* win be resumed Sept 5
to the home of Mrs. Kepler, Ml
Mrs. John Irvine wee honored
with a Pink an* blue shower Wed-
nesday afternoon to the home of
Mrs. Neal Golden, <11 South Reno
Assisting the heetees were Mbs.
Floyd Nesbitt. Mrs. H. D. Ooed
end Mrs. o. H. Tesch.
Derirting the nursery thyme.
“Rock-a-Bye, Baby." the gift table
was centered with a tiny pink gad
blue cradle awpeaded from a min-
iature tree. The nursery motif we*
furthered through the use of toys
and dolls aa additional
Contest prism won tor Mrs. OMo
mgner. Mn. Marvin Biswell. Mrs
bno Finnegan and Mn. Hubert
Ony wen presented to the honoree.
An Iced course, also to the pink
and blue color scheme, was served
to Mrs. W. P. Reynolds, Jr.. Mn.
Lee 8 tone man. Mrs. C. R. Olson.
Mn. Oilny Hlnihaw, Mn. Harry
Mon-te. Mn. C. 8. MacSwaln, Mn.
George Banpn, Mrs. finest Girard,
Mrs. Ocil Riley. Mn. Lei and Hanks,
Mn. Bill Wyrlck. Mn. Tray Cas-
ter. Mn Walter Wilson. Mrs. Hu-
bert Raney, Mrs. E. N. Areneon,
Mrs. Oray, Mrs. Finnegan. Mrs.
Btewetl. Mrs. Bergner and the hon-
Olfts were sent by Mn. Mac
Joned, Mn. Bemtet Potts, Mn. Ted
Torpry, Mn Beruie Bremscth. Mn.
Jimmy KinU, Mn. R. O. Thomas,
Mn. Herman Pelt. Mn Jack Koos.
Mn. Bennifc Durham and Mrs. Cal-
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With a breakfast Tuesday morn-
ing In Legion park, the Tulip Mow-
er club adjourned for the summer
Meetings will be resumed Sept. 1
In the home of Mn. Lacy Bennett.
Ml West Woodson street.
How Con I?
Q. How can I cause Jelly to
4b When the Jelly refuses to
thicken, put a grated carrot into
a clean piece of cheesecloth and
strain a few drops Into the Jelly
Then boll Just a few minute*
,q. What te a good moth preven-
tive besides moth balls?
A Whole cloves are Just as ef-
fective as moth bells when sprink-
led through the clothes that are
to be stored away; and the odor
te not unpleasant.
Q, How can I avoid laakage from
bottles containing liquids that are
being packed tor a trip?
A. Dip the corks and necks of all
the bottles in melted paraffin.
. A War ■ Ye*.
MANE STYLE - Long black
hair, hung from the ends of a
wooden yoke, features a new
headdress Introduced by French
hair stylist Antoln at tils show
in Rome. It i« displayed on
Princess Glencinte Ruspolt, one
of s number of society women
who acted as models.
British Navy Is
LONDON, June 33 —(U.&- The
British admiralty announced Thurs-
day night It had dlacovered "sua-
pected sabotage" aboard tha sub-
marine Tallyho at Devoqport. the
fourth such cqse reported to that
port In seven weeks.
The admiralty said gn Investiga-
tion te under way.
The Tallyho, one of Britain's
most modern submarines, te be-
lieved to be equipped with tfcq
Snorkel breathing apparatus end
other secret equipment.
To Europe Post
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan,
June 33—(^—Lieutenant General
Man ton S. Eddy, oommandant of
the command and general staff
college here, said Thursday he ex-
pected to take over his new poet as
commanding genarel of V. a army
forces to Europe about mid-August.
He received word Thursday he
had been nomtoted by Freeldent
Truman for the new command. He
ha* been commandant here since
Jan. 1. 1041.
Major Oenerel Joseph May Swing,
who has been designated acting
commandant of Uw army war col-
lege to be established this autumn
at Port Leavenworth, will suoceed
General Eddy as commanding gen-
eral of the poet.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Flood and
Christina Hansen, Oklahoma City,
spent the week-end with Mr. and
3ln. Fite Hansen.
Mrs. Leslie Thom peon spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mn. Mar-
Criminal Code Js
PRAOUE. June 33—OPh- More
power for the state prosecutor and
less protection for the defense are
planned under Chechoslovakia's
new Soviet Inspired criminal code.
It was introduced to parliament
and expected to became law by Aug.
1 Preliminary investigations hith-
erto carried out by an Investigating
magistrate will, under the new pro-
cedure, be conducted by the prose-
Mr. and Mn. Pete Stewart are
visiting to Oklahoma Olty with Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Stewart and fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Oharias Woods,
Gunnison, Goto., spent the week-
end with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc-
Cann. Other Sunday guiate at Mc-
Cann's were Mrs. GecsgS McDonald
and' ten. Jamas, George McCann,
i Shawnee, and Mrs. Marts Todd.
Maurioe Thompson, Jr, Shawnee,
spent the week-end at hone.
MT. and Mia. J. H. Barnet and
children, Mrs. 8. K Van Diver and
grandsons. Ronnie and Do*
spent Sunday in Oklahoma City,
the gueeta of Mr. gnd Mrs. Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. lari McCann. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles
sad i*«- m. a.
may evening with Mr.
Mia. Harry Huunpacst.
Mr. and Mrs. Ban MUtar
Mrs. Ira Milter and children
patred Monday for thalr horns
Mr. and Mia. J. R. Pries, Sh
nee. are visiting Mr. and Mn. 1
Mr. and Mn. Bennett J-rttegr V4
Oklahoma Olty. spent gev-
Igat weak with Mn- 9- I >,
Roy Andlng, Mild, was vl
preacher al tha Baptist c
Rev. H. 1
preached gt Bethel chura
week* visit with rotative* at CNB-
W. V. Karlin of
of MT. and Mrs.
l*T North Ivans
Church and Horn* Weddings
First Natl Bank Bldg.
Call for Appointment
Phone 286 or 1244-J
Marla F. Powell ■ Hal Owen
Out They Go! A Large
Assortment of Meni
lira, — liberal
Weda-ia. Coma la
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Furs that will appeal to the quality-minded . . . because each
coat is a superb example of top designing genius and selected
skins. Coats featuring the new flared back and wide bell sleeves
• • • the combining of two pelts ... the scarf:tie neckline ... new
bleached and dyed shades.
We Invite You To Soe Them All
In a Magnificent Pre-Season Collection
In Our Fur Salon . . .
TOMORROW and MONDAY
June 24 and 26
See These Beautiful
Furs in Our Windows
8 Convenient Ways to Buy
STILL LOADS OF BARGAINS!
HURRY DOWN TOMORROW AND
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
Cottage seta, short curtate*, flpHSMttgg.
dotted marquisettes gnd novelty trim*. '
$1.96 to |2.45 values---------------—-
CANNON TOWELS- ‘ M-
20x40 big thirsty bath towels. ftatol % ■
plaids. Regular 49c values---------—— W m
SOAPS end TOILETRIES— \JL
Soaps, perfumes, colognes a&d dry par- ' ^
fumes. Values to 68.76------------------ Pries
LINGERIE- ; ‘ 1A
For women and children. Valuta from y7
$1.98 to 68.96. Gowns, slips, pajamas, * —
panties, etc. ---------------------------- Wss
SOSQ. PERCALES- _ _
Fast color 80 square percales. Full M
inches. Solid colors and unusual prints iti IW
this collection-----------------------yaPd J
BOYS SHORTS- . . "
Cotton gabardine western style. In fl QJI
brown, wine, green, yellow, and red. S I aAQ
Ages 3 to 7. Reg. 62.95 values-------„ ^ |
Twigs Cotton Shorts—
In small checks. Brown or blue. Elastic rfl QQ
waist band. Ages 3 to 7. Regular 62.60 J I aQQ
values_____________________________ ” |
SWIM SUITS- \/2
For boys and girls. Ages 2 to 6. Regularly ' “
61.00-61.98 values. Good values here----- Pries
Famous brand dresses in cottons, ray-
ons, butcher linens, chambrays and
checked swiss. 1- and 2-piece styles.
Sizes 10 to 20, few half Sizes________
BRASSIERES- 41 eg
Regular^ and lonjlynes. White or plsk. ^ I
WOMENS SHOES- . . „
Broken lots and sites. Values to 618-96 W M AA
pair. Sandals, pumps, oxfords. Hi, low, mMJWW
medium heels. All good values----8|h m
MENS T-SHIRTS- ftQ,
Values to 2.60________________Now
MENS SPORT SHIRTS- # a *•
MENS SUMMER TIES. ..21
Boys T-Shirto-Vriu** to ||,
MINS DRESS SHIRT
Broken lota sad i
er values to $8.
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Harle, Budge. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 99, Ed. 1 Friday, June 23, 1950, newspaper, June 23, 1950; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921569/m1/3/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.