The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 304, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1940 Page: 3 of 8
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1940
EL RBNO (OKI,A.) DAILY TRIBUNE
| MRS. C. R. SMITH
Mrs. C. R. Smith, 302 North
I Barker avenue, was hostess Thurs-
day morning at a hobo breakfast
Riven by members of Mrs. Lee
Harvey’s circle of the Women’s
Mrs. J. G. Borders In-
ducted As President
Philathea Sunday school class | Ten years of service as pres-
Mlssionary society of the Central • the First Methodise Episcopal ‘dent were concluded by Mrs. Clyde
Methodist church i church. Hostess, Mrs. W. R. John- Musgrove when she presided over
A miniature campfire and red ’ *°n. 506 South Reck island ave- the business session preceding in-
tapers formed the table decora- jnue. assisted by Miss Fttfie Weaver, I wallatlon of new officers at a
Those present were Mrs. Frank Baker, 105 South Williams ave- noon ghe WM ntfd a ,ovelv
Young, Mrs. Gertrude Clark, Mrs.; nue. 1 glft
Laura Mlnard, Mrs. W. P. Crltes, ’ Eagles auxiliary. Business meeting The meeting was held in the
in the lodge hall. recreation room of the church af-
Monday Night Bricfee club. Host- ter a session of the executive board j
ess, Mrs. Charles Cflark, north of at 1:15 o’clock. More than 50 1
El Reno. members were present.
El Reno Study club. Hostess, Mrs. I Mrs. Don Cole presided over the |
Hadley C. Brown. 321 South j installation as the following offi-!
and son. Billie Ray. Mrs. F. j Roberts avenue, at which ttme a «*» were inducted: Mrs. J. G.
Howard Morris. Mrs. E. W. Flagler, j book review wip t*. presented by i Borders, president; Mrs Walter
Mrs. H. H. McNeill, Mrs. J. W Miss Lucile Glover. Carnegie libra- H Martin, first vice president;
Barree. Mrs. Nell Burmeier. Mrs, |r[an. 1 Mrs. Everett MoCulley. second vice
O. E. Merveldt, Mrs. A. G. Guth.j Monday Contract Players. Hc.ste.ss, I Pres*dent; Mrs. Arnold Brittain.'
Mrs. John Stanley, Mrs. Wilbur Mrs p N Irvjng 419 North Rockigeneral secretary
Reed, Mrs. O. E. Smith. 'T(lonrf Mrs. Earl P Botts, correspond-
Mrs. L. W. Wright, Mrs. O. A.
Morris, Mrs. R. J. Crump, Mrs.
H. A. Smith, Mrs. Earl L. Cole-
man, Mrs. Fred R. Gaughorn.
Mrs. Ora May Merveldt, Mrs. J.
IM. Burge. Mrs. W H. Verges
„ ; Island avenue.
Mrs. Ben Ray, Mrs. E. G. Jef- TUESDAY’
Ifrey. Mrs. R. D Kinkade, Mrs
Henry C Coates. Mrs. Ben Bog-
gess. Mrs. R. F. Jones, jr., Mrs.
j M. I. Owen. Mrs. Tom Penwright,
ing secretary; Mrs.
Rebekah lodge Regular meet-1 B°°n' lreasurer' Mrs- E N- Pf>tts'
Rebekah lodge^ Regular meet membership secretary. Mrs. Baker
*** E hal1 for in‘ 1 H. Melone, secretary of literature;
! *ti»tlon. Mrs. Charles McWilliams, spiritual
Mrs N P Mcdrall Mrs B A 1 H,*Heete club Hostess’ Mrs life secretary; Mrs. .Thomas F.
1 ‘ r Median, mis. B. A. ,Grant Bacher, 506 South Evans Clifford stewardshiD chairman-
Huchtemann, Mrs. Howard Pum- , slewa™sn‘P cnairman,
nhrev Mrs Rov Kinkade Mrs 1«. 1 ue I Mrs. Musgrove, Secretary of box
Harvev Mrs ,, ! Friendly Sewing circle. Hostess work: Mrs. Joseph M Ozmun. sec-
I Steve i unis m dwM« at an “"“lav meeting for quilting relary of social education and ac-
Sleve Lucus, Mrs. W. H. Gilbert. ' covered dlsh luQcheon at , Uon
Is... annon and Mrs. F. Mrs Wayne Daugherty. The four division chairmen will
i 1004 West Wade street. include Mrs. Clifford, chairman of
. * * * Entre Nous club. Hostess Mrs. division one; Mrs Thompson Gll-
i4Tii RiRTHn Rv HAS B’ D Ashbrcok- 519 South Hoff bert’ chairman of division two;
, K*HUAY , avenue, assisted by Mrs. Thomas Mrs Paul R Emerson, chairman
Fourteenth anniversary of Leisure M Aderhold of division three: Mrs. Ouv Hob-
TLT n'innp 0bte,rVed \T ‘ Kil Rare Klub. Hostess. Mrs. ^ood, chairman of division four.
Iiome °of U1VE'1, W m mn" *“*"■ M"‘
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bands Wednesday evpnino o'clock dinner-bridge. Mrs. Oladnor ' . a , ' A Br lla n Cave
oanos weanesaa> evening. , _arllarri . Hrff a review of Alice Bretz’s book.
Motifs of St. Valentine's day I A Barnard- 614 South He f ave- Be?ln Ag9in .
were used in decorations about the jnue- " * * *
house and appointments of the Chapter AE, P. E. O. sisterhood, j CLUB ENTERTAINED
table. Miss Lucy Ann Babcock. | „ DESSERT-BRIDGE
Oames were the diversion with J North Macomb avenue , A trlple color note of r,d whlte
high score at bingo being won I -
bv Mrs. E R Barnhart and the I DINNER MARKS
during which Mrs. Sam Wallace Mrs. Q. W. Johnson, Mrs. P. A. I
and Mrs. M. B. Pringle reported Ferguson. Mrs. C. H. Krumm, Mrs.|
on the Christian church rally in Sam Wallace, Mrs. C. E. Brass, I
Oklahoma City last week. 1 Mrs. R. W Thom, Mr. and Mrs!I
During a social hour Mrs Wood- I George M Lovell, Mrs. J. F. Gad-1
house presided ever the tea table, I berry, Mrs. Lon C. Booth, Mrs.!
lace-covered and decked with a! Charles G. Canon, Mrs. Charles'
j centerpiece of flags, flanked with I Gambel. Mrs. M. M. Oolden, Mrs
Members Of Business'white tapers in red holders AjRoy Nobntt. Mrs. pean o'shen
... , jhatchett motif in other details! Mr. and Mrs. G. r. ThomDson
W omen’s Circle Hostesses j completed the setting * • , *
MISS DOROTHY GREEN
FETED ON BIRTHDAY |
Honoring Miss Dorothy Green
Jimmie Gilbert. Hugh
jr.. Rev and Mrs. E A
the honoree and hostess.
Attending the meeting were Mrs.
Members of Mrs Earl R. Wood-' Kina Wewerka, Miss Thelma Royse,
house’s business women’s circle | Rev. and Mrs. M B Pringle. Mrs.
I v re hostesses at a meeting of ’ C M Brady. Mrs. Anderson Oreen. | on her birthdav anniversary. Miss
| the General Council cf Women's Mrs. Norman H. Schroeder, Mrs. j Anna Mae Gage entertained at
] Work of the First Christian church Fred R Gaughorn. Mrs. Teresa ! the former’s home, 109 West Jen-
i! the church parlors Thursday ' O'Neill, Miss Deana Mae Cox. Mrs. 1 1 Additional Society on Page T)
I eveni“8- Harry Garrett. Mrs. Henry Arm- | kins street, Thursday—
Alter the opening song. "Amer- strong cf Bartlesville. Mrs. O. L. Many gifts were presented Miss
1 Mrs. Edna Wewerka took Dale, Mrs. G R. Thompson. Mrs. Green.
charge 0! the devotional service 1 a J. Brooke,
and Mrs. Ora L. Dale offered Mrs E. L.
At the conclusion of the in-
Mrs. I formal evening dainty refreshments
prayer A vocal solo was given by Almeda Williamson of Enid. Mrs. were served to Miss Lillian Gil-
Mi . Norman H Schroeder before i S H Foster, Mrs. Russell McClain. I bert- Miss Eileen Green. Vernon
a talk by Mrs. Harry Garrett on iMrs. V A. Mount. Miss Fern For- Marl^c, Edgar Marler. Melvin
Indian Religion." ' rest, Mrs. J. J. Dillon, Mrs. Ora 1
A dramatic reading by Miss j Mae Merveldt, Mrs. Lula Forrest,!
Elizabeth Cox and a vocal solo, | Miss C. S. Singleton. Mrs. E. B. j
"God Bless America,’’ by Miss Gcdfrey, Mrs. Fanny Fiosch, Mrs. 1
Thelma Royse concluded the pre-
Wilson McDonald of Oklahoma
City, Mrs. M. L. Simmons, Mrs. j
Mrs Roy Noblitt, president, pre- j Harvey C. Dozier. Mrs. W, F
uled over the business session Brady, Mrs. W. L. Leach. Mr. and
ae to colds... checked
PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS
Talt nttri Little
Frocks with be-
to see you smart-
ly through spring.
Prints - Pastels.
Navy - Black.
Slies 12 to 42.
7.95 _ 13.95
devotional service after the in-
Copyright. 1940 i>y Fairchild.
Tile Archduchess Frances Jose/
0/ Austria, a guest at the Night in
Cannes dinner and dance at the St.
Regis in New York, wore a /rock o)
pearl colored satin combined with
while embroidered luce, the lutter
lorming the skirt. A diamond hair
ornament set in gold matched ha
Mrs. John Tledt. jr and Mrs
Imogene Hunt were hostesses
Thursday evening to member ol
and blue was employed
consolation by Mrs, John Rector. 1 DATE OF BIRTH ,h' I Thursdtt>' Brl°Sp cluo when Uie’
Mrs. C. J. Hall received the mys-1 In celebration of the birthday R MJu,r * , rp entertained at the home of the
tery package. anniversary of Ben Anderson, his j nuf. entertained Thursday ev " latt*r * 5lster' Mrs. Voris May-
Enjoying the occasion were Mr - brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and ; nln„ fcr members ol Tuesday Niahi field’ 124 North E1 f^"0 avenue
S3 p “h ”” "" “iSc Xb 5 ‘ oub,,, IntluOM Mi" Marlorif
and Mrs. N P Mod rail. Mr and ‘ a surprise dinner at 6 oocldck n ex.iv. _ ,, ,,
Mrs C J. Hall. Mr and Mrs ! Thursday evening at the Ander- i ^yors foP bi«b spopes were pre- Powell. Miss Alice Duff and Mr
Frank Smith. Mr and Mrs Rec- j Mn heme, 108 West Watts street. I ^ w Mathe ' *^ MarVln A J°rdan’ WhUe member
tor. Mr and Mrs Leo Kamm. j A birthday cake decked the table nw ' “ La. feted lncluded Mlss Jul'0 Kuczyn-
Mr and Mrs. W O Wick Mrs.’ Enjoying the dinner and In-11«,0 week, with Mr n skl’ Miss Helen Kelly. Mis- Mar-
Barnhart Mrs G L Will^n Mrc « , . ueeKs with Mi and Mrs B
J O Hall. T Mb-shall. So„,h GUIbon ........ *,
and Mrs Sam Wallace uUR a avenw Cray’ Mrs Robert Grove Mill
The club’s next regular meeting Hnd *°n Bannv LeRoV Mr and * * * I Victor Gallagher. Mrs Bih Dear- ,
Is scheduled for Feb. 23 with Mrs !MrS Oleaaon and da“8b,,‘'' Mar- sillltEYS HOSTS TO dorrf’ Mrs- Torn Hamby Mrs H
Smith. 301 South Roberts are-| 'V<,rd Mr andD^” W“bUr B,D DOUBLE
nue. ! Anderson dau*hter8’ phvllls’ Char- Miniature cherry tree was used
* * * | le^e J7*n Bnd .J°an ,and son’ as 'he table centerpiece and furn-
INFORMAI, PARTY 1A Pn' Mr and Mrs WfsleV A |*hed lh? theme for the patriotic
FOR MRS. CAMPBELL | Bennett, daughter. Carolyn nnd motif ln other appointments when
Honoring Mrs. Walter H Camp- ^on' Pnul; Mrs Ada B,lr,t(‘ Mrs Mr alK) M|s Oe0rKe gbirey. 735
bell of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Sim Ivan Kullmnnn. Andrew Jrhnson south Miles avenue, entertained
Richnrd Revllle. 907 South Ma- nnd s0n URoy at 7 o'clock dinner-bridge Thurs-
comb avenue, entertained inform-1 * * * ()av evening for B1(1
nllv for a small group of friends KRAFTS HOSTS TO Bridge club
Wednesday afternoon Valentine LUNCHEON GUESTS Hlgll SC0rps werf he)(J Mrs
motifs marked all party appoint- Mr and Mrs. Frank Kraft. 802 T J Cox and Leo Kamm with
ment’s' f°uth Rotk Island aven,,e’ Mrs John Rector receiving the
Contest prizes were won bv Mrs hosts at 1 o’clock luncheon Wed- traveling prize
Arthur T March nnd Mr* Camp- “wday when they had as their rite party in two weeks will be
guests Mr. and Mrs. J L. Coche- given by Mr and Mrs E R Barn-
1 hart, 500 South Ellison avenue.
G. McMillan and Mr- Even i
High score honor was won in !
Mrs. Jordan with Miss Powell i - |
celving the consolation favor. Re-
freshments were -rved before ' -
journment to meet next Tlmv ' iy
evening with Mrs Lamka, tin
South Ellison r.venue, whose .i -
or Dnible ( goaMto hottest r, i
A dessert course was served
Irell of 8tillwell
LOVELY EARLY AMERICAN
DESIGN 12-INCH CAKE
AND SANDWICH PLATE!
With Purchase of
24 lbs. or more
Accept this hssutiful gists Cake snd Sandwich
piste fret at your grocer's today!
Note the generous 12 inch siie-en ideal piste
for cake, cookies snd tindwichet; for appetisers, /
end with fruit as a centerpiece! The delightful
pattern gives the clear crystal glass a sparkle that
will add a nota of formal elegance to your table.
1 his offer it msde only to show you what a
Jiflrrtnci it can make to bake with a flour made
and tested to give absolutely unvarying results in
ell types of baking—Gold Medal "Kitrhen.itst*d '
Floer, t product of General Mills, Inc. And to
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in the sacks.
Get acquainted with Gold Medal mm. when you
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orm MOD WHILE SUPPLIES LM*-
if THESE QHOCEHf
C. C. C# Gro.
Safeway Stores Eagle Gro. & Mkt.
Coats that arc worth mtit’l'
more. All taffeta lined
Pitted and l»«ax style
Every coat an ouistnndiin
value. Dark and light col
»rs. Sizes 12 to t'J
5 lb--. Itrd Sweeet
10 Ihs. Ret
!» lbs. Yellow
IT’S SO NICE TO SHOP BY PHONE
THESE DISAGREEABLE DAYS!”
Yts. it's nice to shop by phone on disagreeable days and it's nice
to shop here every day. You receive not only low every day
prices, hut FREE DELIVERY plus an annual dividend equal in
most cases to half a month FREE GROCERIES. Why not try
C’CC,for a month . . . just Phone 12, 13 or 14.
See Our Display Of New
AT NEW LOW PRICES!
Gold Medal FLOUR
WIIEATIES 2 for 23c
2Vi SPINACH 2 for21c
TOMATO JUICE 46-oz. Can 18c
PORK-BEANS ... 3 Tall Tins 26c
PUMPKIN ,„.Krr;„ 2 for 23c
FOLGER’S COFFEE .... lb. 27c
FLOUR rrr 48 lbs. $1.70
March 1st Is The
2 lbs. 25c
Ginger Snaps lb. 10c
3—OK LA PEAS 29c
No. 2 CANS
KRISPY CRAX ... 2-lb. Ctn. 28c
No. 2 Can 11c
Cut As You Like It
ARMOUR S STAR
PORK SAUSAGE lb.
Family Style STEAK
Leg ... lb, 20c
Shoulder lb. 15c
First Grade II 4P
Half or Whole I Da DC
CENTER SLICES lb. 26c
Brisket BOILING MEAT lb. Me
DR SALT SIDE II,. Me
2-lb. Box Cloverbloom Cheese 19c
BRANDED BEEF 7a
CHUCK ROAST lb. 10C
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 304, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1940, newspaper, February 16, 1940; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924050/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.