The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 164, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 10, 1944 Page: 3 of 6
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El Reno F
and Fern S
ilock 3, Mor-
in to El Reno .
8,. Lawrence j
to N. L. Dtl-!
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ad 4 and S
t„ Sept. 9 —}
ive "strip pit"
to offset the'
:e mining was)
because of its
as high as 30.
ms per man
* surface ore
f the “over-!
rs and giant
»s been re-i
Sunday, SepUmiU'i 10, 1944
Division 1 of the General Soc-
iety of Woman's Work of the
Frist Presbyterian church con- __... ............
ducted its monthly session Timrs- i" the Eagles hall.
Eagles auxiliary. Social meeting
Enjoyed By Members
Oioup sessions of the Ocncral
Council ol Women'.' Work of the
First Christian church were con-
ducted Thursday afternoon.
Fourteen inembeis were present |
when the North group convened l
in tiic home of Mis. Stanley Bar-
ker. 301 West Wade street.
Mrs. Barker, vice president of
'he group, was In charge of the
brief business discussion and Mrs. ,
i',1 Kcii-i, (OUuJ I hilly I nliiiiii-
i2 ■=??■=•- i~=3~
Ten members were present. The American legion auxiliary. InsUl- “I, ,K ,
afternoon was spent in making tea | lotion banquet at Central Meih- , lhc c 0RC o! tl:e nf,CInoon re-
towels and Mrs. o. A. Shutter odist church and Installation orli..nte were “Ded to Mis.
led the devotionala. . new officers at legion hall 5te'’e Lucus- Mlf- Ora May Mer-
Mrs. Eil S. LeVan. 900 Soutli Stltch-ln-Tlme club. Hostess, Mrs. „ H' J! teeper. Mrs. J.
Macomb avenue, will entertain E- F- Houser. 100.1 South Hadden J. J1<>n' ,*?rs’ ,Mnrt1"' Mrs.
the group Oct. 5 . avenue. | ?; M' Bn,uy' Mrs- J H. Stearns,
■ A routine business session was WEDNESDAY Oolling^Mrs Mantle Finish^m!*
conducted by division 2 which con- ^dicR ***** to the Brother-|E A. Godfrey Mre Ja k Sndth
Hvencd in the home of Mrs. Dona 'mod of Locomotnc Firemen and • Mrs Wallace' and Mrs Bark,!
I! Cfman- 419 B°Ulh MaC°mb avc- Ai''tl ;y SeKSi°n H Mis. Sam Freeman' will assist
Additional guests for the after- j ^c'T^'cp” ^23 JTT 'Kloup 001 5 ln hcr'home'at Con-
noon were Mrs. Everett Poole and , , Eze11' 1228 West L01**011 eho.
Mrs. C. L. McGill. ‘ 1,11 ccl-
Even ti c California Chamber of Commerce was af a loss for words
When Violet Bestsvick. above, displayed this 40-pound cabbage
grown by Fred Woiferd, of San Francisco.
Refreshments were served and
tile group adjourned to meet again
Oct. 5 in the home of Mrs. Wal-
ter J. Halsey, 518 South Bickford
A dessert course was served to
13 members of division
Circle 2 of the Woman's Soc-
South group conevned' ln Mrs.
'Ward Freeman's home. 610 South
.'Roberts avenue, with Mis. E. P,
| Sturdavant as assistant hostess.
Mrs. L. E. Handley was ln charge
I of the business session, Mrs. O. L.
l Dale led the devotionals and Mrs.
lety of Christian Service of the, . ,
4 when | Central Methodist church enjoyed I ° „ A‘Kierson reviewed a book
Mrs. T. F. Clifford was hostess the monthly session Thursday > , -tanley Jones,
at 1:30 p. m. in her home. 502 afternoon in the home of Mrs.! Refreshments were served to the
Soutli Williams avenue. Millie McDonald. 606 South Ma- 1 addltlonal guests. Mrs. M. M. Gol-
After the short business dis- colnb avenue, with Mrs. H. W ' . M‘S' D C Davis and Mrs
Mrs. E. R. Bin met gave Dark and Mrs. E. A. Estes as „ lh An’stutz °f Geary, and to
itionals and Mrs p. a assistant hostesses. 1 _ 10 numbers who included Mrs.
__ ____ _ 1 j the _ _ ________ ____
I Cox presented the first chapter | Mr*. Roy Kinkade presided over! !^ndle''’:, M‘'f' V A M°unt. Mrs.
I in the study book. "The Indian tbc meeting. Rev. Paul O. Whit- ®ur>’ Ebcrhart. Mrs- J J M'Jdd.
the meeting. Rev. Paul O. Whit- Henn Eberhart. Mrs. J. J. Mudd.
tie gave the devotionals. and Mrs MrS' s,urdavant. Mrs. P. A. Fer-
W. W. Mathews presented several ' ^?°n' “r* H p Ricketts' Mrs-
Interesting highlights taken from COISe M Lov't'11- Mrf w A
Tlie Mctliodist Outlook Clovis, jr„ Mrs. W. L. Leach. Mi-ss
.. . . Etta Farris, Mrs. W. L. Bradlv,
After the business was completed. Mrs j A Van Alstlne Mrc R
oS'lrjnT “rS B Hsrpc, Mrs. Chauncey HaH.
Ben Mrs M « Z* Mls Columbus Hall, Mrs. E. B.
I Pales. Mrs. W. CKbTg. Mm. Moore! I bar. Mr,. Estes. Mrs. IP. Hampton. an^Mm MrS' Da,C
1 m”- ILrr™** i Z ^ a,,d bosless for the next
in the study book. "The Indian
in American Life."
j Mrs. W. L. Moore. 520 South
| I Hoff avenue, will entertain this
J group Oct. 5.
Among those to attend were Mrs.
George R. Angell, Mis> Marian
I Blake. Mrs. Blanset, Mrs. Cox.
L1 Mrs. Emil Doeberitz. Mrs. R. S.
Mrs. Byron U. Rector, Mrs. W
|| T. Reynolds, Jr., and Mrs. Clif
MRS. ROBERT G. ANNIS
FETED AT SHOWER
Mrs. Richard Jensen and Mrs.
Orville Eaton entertained with a
stork shower recently in Mrs. Jen-
sen’s home, northeast of El Reno.
nsue uno nosicss 101 tlie n
Mrs. Mathew*. Mrs J^E. Minart. • meclin8 wlll bc announced lnler
S|rrt„ ’ Sin 1E Mls' W. H'! Tliirteen members and one guest
M, Mn^ *£?• °ra“ &Tern were presc,U when dl<' West group
KeUev m/ f p c ^ ,P„C the home of Mrs. J. A.
m rv!,' m ihIi Sm|lh “"f < DeAtley. 903 Sunset drive.
m S A«ar the devotionals by M-s. !
H dJd J^f'rpvP , DcAtlc> - Mw- R B. Morris pre-
H<i rs "srs “• ~u” *-«*»•
',",,“'1.^!' “2 .C..R..8“,‘i «« refreshments
BY GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA StalT Writer
IJARBECUED short ribs are a
man's dish. Use utility giade
beef—no ration points.
Barbecued Short Ribs
Three pounds short ribs, 2 ta-
blespoons lard, 1 medium onion,
V* cup vinegar. 2 tablespoons
brown sugar, Vi* cup catsup, 1 cup
water, 3 tablespoons Worcester-
shire sauce, 1 teaspoon prepared
mustard, M cup diced celery, 1
Have ribs cut into sections two
to three inches long. Brown in
lard. Brown chopped onion. Add
vinegar, brown sugar, catsup, wa-
ter, Worcestershire sauce, mus-
tard, celery and salt. Cover and
cook slowly in a heavy skillet or
bake in a moderate oven (350 de-
grees F.) for 2 to 3 hours or until
Tips on Soup Making
Don’t waste a single bone from
the beef you’re buying, for there’s
nothing like good beef stock as the
basis of a hearty soup. If you
have your dealer bone a roast or
cut meat off bpny cuts for any
reason, save them for the soup
For soup, buy beef shank, plate
or knuckle. Men like dumplings.
BREAKFAST: S t e^v c d
prunes and apricots, bacon
and eggs, coffee cake, coffee,
beef club sandwiches, sliced
tomatoes, pears, tea. milk.
DINNER: Fruit cup, bar-
becued short ribs, baked
beans, apple and cabbage
salad, rye bread, butter or
fortified margarine, peach
pie, coffee, milk.
Cover kettle tightly after the
dumplings have been dropped into
the soup, and steam without so
much as a peek for 12 minutes.
Garden Beef Soup
Two pounds bee! knuckle,
pound lean beef, 4 teaspoons salt,
% teaspoon pepper, 2 cups diced
raw potato, M cup chopped onion,
la cup chopped celery. 1 cup diced
carrots, 1 cup sliced green beans,
1 cup shredded cabbage. 1 cup
whole kernel corn, 2 cups to-
Cover meat with water, about
10 cups. Simmer gently over low
heat for 2 Vi hours. Add vege-
tables and simmer lor 1 hour.
™ Macomb avenue, w,* | (^^0^ tT S
Contests were the diversion of 1 Mrj' *^e er asslst!,nt hostess. vene cirt s nth ur. r- ' u
vene Oct. 5 with Mrs. c.
the evening with Miss Donna Mr-S Effic Corlee assisted her Krumm, 607 South Miles avenue
Juno Smith and Mrs. Albert Patz- I daughter. Mrs. J. M Burge, in with Mrs. j. A. Hawkins as as-
walci winning top honors. | entertaining circle 4 in her home j sUtant hostess.
Among those attending were at Soutli Hoff avenue. 1 Mrv Bea Taylor was the only
Mrs. Annis, Mrs. Charles Loren- Twenty members and one addi- additional guest at this session
zen. Mrs. llershel Smith, Mrs. Free- Uonal 8'<est, Miss Anna Warren while members attending were
man Denwalt, Mrs. Ed Todd, Mrs. of Washington. D. C.. enjoyed Mrs. M. E. Brown Mrs Clarence
James Buckley, Mrs. Patzwald, thc afternoon. Mrs. N. B. Waldo -
Mrs. Ira Miller and daughters, Mi.ss Presented the devotionals and Mrs.
Leora Patzwald. Mrs. Ernest Le- Sam T. Roberson was In charge of
Fever, Mrs. Mae Snow, Mrs. Ted the program. I Morris Mrs. Loren Spurr, Mrs C
Fedderscn. Mi.ss Smith. Miss Bar- | Refreshments were served and s. Singleton. Mrs. Frank Hodgkin-
bare LeFevcr and the hostesses, the members adjourned until Oct. on. Mrs. C. C. LinvUle. Mrs. Haw-
Mt* Rntmi nnrf m,-e lAnum 5 when they will meet in tlie home kins and Mrs DeAtley
ol Mrs. L. A McCullough. 523 __!___'
South Hadden avenue
Imboden. Mrs. . F. R. Gaughorn,
Mi's. Krumm. Mrs. o. O. Tollef-
son, Mrs. Harold H. Siine*. Mrs.
Mrs. Eaton and Mrs. Jensen.
* * *
MRS. A. FRANCIS PORTA
| | HONORS BRIDE-ELECT
I Mrs. A. Francis Porta. 514 South
, Hoff avenue, honored Miss Mar-
| garet Fischer, bride-elect of Pri-
vate First Class Jafhcs B. Esk-
SEW AND SO CLUB
Mrs. A. C. Ttsor. 1109 East Fore-
man street, entertained thc Sew
How Can I?
rusv james jts. il.sk- .................. « muk w «
ridge III, with a kitchen shower and So club Friday afternoon in
in her home Friday evening. her home when the afternoon was
Refreshments were served to the
! honoree and Mts. Blanche Pile
Fischer. Mi.ss Stella Louise Fischer.
Mrs. Thomas Ellison. Mrs. Stella
Beets, Mrs. Clyde Matthews. Mrs.
Lillie Sams. Mrs. Otto Hess. Miss
Betty Fox. Miss Barbara Taylor.
Mrs. Paul Mason. Mrs. Gene Phil-
lips. Miss Elizabeth Cox. Mrs.
John Dillon of St. Louis, Mrs.
Don Allison, Miss Jeanne Allison.
Mrs. Neill B. Waldo. Mrs. Robert
Waldo of Bryan, Tex., and Mrs.
James B. Eskridge. Jr.. Mrs. Jack
Bush. Mrs. D. Nello Brown. Mrs.
spent ln sewing.
Q. How can I prolong the life
of an old broom that has become
hard and stubby?
A. Cut away one or more rows of
the stitching, leaving one or two
Tlie mystery package, which was <d lbc rows Intact. This will per-
brouglit by Mrs. Curtis Keller, was m)t 8 sPread to thc broom by re-
won by Mrs. Frank Coker. 1 *caf>big the straw.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Tinner)- were Mr and Mrs.
Edltff Hendricksen and family of
Banner. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tinndry
and family of Yukon, Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Walton and children and T.
Mrs. Cecil Walton and children
will make their home with Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil Tinnery while Mr. Wal-
ton is in thc army service. Mrs.
Walton is a sister of Mr. Tinnery.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schumacher
end daughter were supper guests of
Mrs. Emma Schumacher and daugh- i
ter. Miss Ennna. Monday.
Mis. Otis Bruce and son were
Monday night visitors of Mr. and i
Mrs. Lacy Kreger.
Mr. and Mrs. Mervil Brce and j
family of Edmond were Sunday vis-
itors of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bruce.
Wl|l Carpenter and Ernestine
Blanchard were Monday dinner
t uests of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Kre-
Mrs. Fred Sonntag has returned
Horn Abilene. Tex., where she spent
several weeks with her husband.
Mis. Sonntah is the former Miss
Veima Lee Ward.
Mi. and Mrs Henry Schumacher
and" daughter, Carol Ann. ol Geary
called in thc Will Schumacher home
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tinnery and
family and T. c. Tinnery were
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Earl
Tinnery in Yukon Monday.
Harley Miller Is
Honored by Group
PY TRIBUNE COHUFSPONDENT
PIEDMONT, Sept. 9 — Ml and
Mrs. Clarence Miller entertained at
a birthday dinner Sunday in honor
of their son, Harley Miller.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hai ley
Miller and family of Bethany. Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Miller. Jr., and
family of Oklahoma City, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Schein and family and
John Sallinger of Yukon. Mr. and
/ Mrs. Leslie Miller 'and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley Bell and son of
Banner, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dicker-
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Reeding and
family of Mustang have moved into
(he Zettle Couch house.
Mrs. Orin Long is teaching at
West Point school.
I Mrs. Elmer Blair, who underwent
| a major operation in Polyclinic hos-
pital at Oklahoma City Aug. 7. was
moved to the home of her sister-in-
law, Mrs. Banner Towe, in Oklaho-
ma City Monday.
Gests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kim-
ball and daughter. Lois, Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Russell.
Mrs. Maude Underwood. Mr. and
Mrs. John Turner of Yukon. Mrs.
John Harrison of Lomita, Calif.. Mr
and Mrs. Russell Kimball, daugh-
ters. Beverly. Barbara. Kay end Ca-
rolyn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shoe •
maker and daughter. Cathy, of
Wichita. Kan., Mrs. C. A. Menden-
hall of Verden, Mrs. Jessie Rat- I
cliff of Chickasha. Mrs. Cora Long,
Mis. Leslie Kimball, sons, Alan.
F hillip and Stevens. Mr. mid Mrs.
Clyde Peddicord. son, Hgh, daugh-
ter, Joyce. Mrs. Emma Kimball,
Miles Ratcliff and daughter, Tliel- .
Miss Janet. Eades has cnroled ln !
the University of Oklahoma at Nor- I
1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schroeder of
Okarche are the parents of a son, j
weighing six pounds and 14 ounces, 1
born Tuesday in the El Reno sani- 1
tarlum. Mrs. Schroeder is the for- 1
mer Miss Velma Bass.
1 Mi„s John Han Ison of Lomita.
Calif.. Mrs. Charles Shoemaker and
daughter of Wichita. Kan., Mrs. C.
A. Mendenhall of Verden and Mrs.
Fred Kimball spent Tuesday with
Mrs. Cora Long.
Cadet Ruth Vanoernoofncn of Des
Moines, Iowa, spent a few days re- i
rently with Mrs. Francis Fields and !
children at the C F Thompson
Miss Wanda Wesse. presented her j
music students in a piano recital I
at Lie Methodist church leceutly.i
Appearing in the program were
; Maryallene Every. Gone Gill, Dona
Lynch, Patsy Stout. La Von Kro-
bor, Larry Lunch. Wllla Fry. Ro-
berta Every. La Verne Huggard. Nel-;
li i Entcrline. Stanley Gill, Dolores
Fntcrline, Ada Trcccc and Dorothy I
Mis. J W. Towe and Mrs. Ralph
Bailey of Be many visited Mrs
Nancy Benge ant Mrs. Zettie couch
Kir PERMANENT WAVE
Natural lonkinc curls and waves now
yours—easily, cool ly, comfortably,
at home. Do it youraelf. The amazing *0 W
tonLainstvenrthtnE you need,—permanent wive
solution, curler*, shampoo and wave aet Eaty
«r snl’tipeyour hair up in curler. Insist on Ihe
genuine Olarm-Kurl—America ■ larfeil sell
my home permanent nave kit. Cat one today at
any Department. Drug or 5 and 10c store.
■Seh< 'sling Drug and all drug stores
I INSULATE THE (TILING H
I Ol YOUR HOME AGAINST Kg
I in:AT on COLD WITH h|
LOOSE ROCK WOOL I
lire and Vermin Proof
| Priced At Mi
6c A Square Eooi m
| INSTALLED fljl
DAVIDSON AND CASE I
| LUMBER COMPANY W§
it Plione 16 llpl
\oti 11 (inti the Scotty libel and medallion on rvery genuine Rotlimoor*
When you wear Roth-
moor Coats, you don’t
buy nearly so often.
That may not be so good
for us—-but It's grand
for your pocketbook—
and for war effort, too.
'Tratlf Mark Rrj|ialrrml
V. 9. I’atawt Oftica
100 TABLETS 35t
Worlds Larcsst Seller At I0<
won by Mrs. Frank Coker
After the names of the new gee- lQ? HoW can 1 whiten cellar
ret pals were drawn, refreshments
were served to the one additional . r‘' 8 tl c kerosene in liot
guest. Miss Marjorie Miller, and Cl' lo whltcn ll,e ceU3r steps
to the membeis who included Mrs.
Otto Mitchell, Mrs. William Prop-
per, Mrs Keller. Mrs. F. F. Brit-
ton, Mrs. John E. Chllcott, Mr-.
Coker. Mrs. O. F. Turney. Mrs. ; Mother's Friend
W. L. Adams and Mrs. Tisor.
Mrs. Propper will entertain the
...... ...................... mi o. n u|
A J. Munter. Miss Mary Evelyn I KroUp Sept 22 In her home at
Irby. Mrs. Brooks Blcknell and 307 North Choctaw avenue.
Miss Betty Jean Tway. all of Ok-__
lahomn City. '
JUNIOR DEPARTMENT EtlQUQtt^
A wiener roast and watemlelou
hi. feast was ^nJoyed Friday eve-
! ping in Legion park by members
of the Junior de)«rtinent of tltc
First Christian church.
Members attending included Er-
lene Mettz. Lawrence Romine.
Louise Townsend. Nadine Dorsey.
Frances Slmes. Betty fcpurr. Anna
Marie Wage. Marilyn Schwab and
Additional guests were Bill
Ycrby, Nanc>- Vnlenthie, Mrs.
Frank Kraft. Mrs. W. A. Duff and
the leader. Mrs. Charles T. Brid-
• • •
( EREMONY PLANNED
Officers of thc American Legion
auxiliary will be Installed Tuesday
evening during a ceremony in
Legion hall following a 7 o'clock
dinner for all Legionnaires, auxil-
iary members and those eligible
for membership, to be served in
the Central Methodist church.
helps bring ease
and comfort to
NYO T IT E R • 8
J»l FRIKND. an
I fxciulultely pre-
pared emollient. Ih
ID fill COlldl- —mm***
tlon» where m bland, mild anodyne mas
medium In bkfn lubrication is dc* i
elred. One condition In which vomc i ,
for more than 70 yearu have used it It* an
appl leaf Ion for uia^aglng the body dur- I
rng pregn.tK-y . . it helps keep the skin :
aoft and pliable... thus avoiding un-
VSSS-** discomfort due to dryness and
tightness. It refreshes and tones tho i
skin. An ideal massage application foi |
*J. Who pays for the clothes worn
by u brldestr iid at a wedding?
A. With '.lie exception of the
flowers she carrier, every article
of clothing worn by the brides-
maid is )>aid for by her. »iuu. «u mem ina-sage application fo
Q. Should a man remove his hat ! onsnnfntbi,e‘L'iu,1 ng ?r b''r,,l'iR sensa
i . . . „ nons ox tne skin.. , ior thc tired hack
in a hotel elevator? I muscles or cramp-l Ike I>alns In the legs.
A. Yes, and especially if a wo- absorbed. Delightful to use.
man enters the elevator.
Q Are diamonds appropriate for
Highly praised by uners, many doctors and
nurses. Just ask any druggist for Mother's
rriend—the skin lubricant Try it tonight
*0%M \ W
■ m In place. Tame that onnily
look. Add lustra. Keep
TUUn hair well groomed with
■j a hi lloroltne Hair Tonio. Large
nRlll bottle 25c. Bold everywhere.
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WILL SOON BE OPEN.
If you want a well-paying part
lime job apply af The Daily
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