The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 124, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 25, 1951 Page: 3 of 6
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Wednesday, July 25,1951 _
Calumet Family Honors Guests
With Informal Party Saturday
, CO**“*MW*WT Mr. Earl McCann and Mr.
CALWMET, July 25 - Mr. and Oeorge McDonald were Oklahoma
Mr*. Herbert Von Tungeln and City .hopper. Monday.
El Reno (Okla.) Dally Tribune
text time the
s ancle park-
honoring their houeeguests, Mr.
■ad Mn. Charles Fenner and Mr.
and Mr*. Dwane Fenner at Mill
Prio6t Slashed on Sumner MercNiwdite In Every Dcpirtimt! Birgims Bilore!
Creek and Mr*. Tilton Swank and
family of StUlwater.
Other gueeta were Mr. and Mrs.
■d Spear and Mr. and Mr*. John
Refreehmente were served dur-
ing the evening.
Mn. Jennie Arnold la making an
extensive visit with relatives In
Mr. and Mn. Earl McCann
visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McCann
Monday night at El Reno.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller and
daughter of Addington, Va„ left
Monday for Carney, Kan., to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson.
Mn. BUI McDonald and children,
Patricia and Harry, and Mr. and
Mrs. Earl McCann caUed on Mn.
Oeorge McDonald Sunday.
Mrs. Hattie Moore and grand-
daughter, Sherill, who have spent
Feet Serve as Arms
For Crippled Boy
GREENVILLE, 8. C., July 26—
<U.R>—A 13-year-old Oreenvllle, 8. G.,
youth has learned to do with his
feet what most boys do with their
Clarence Earle Brown has been
paralysed in the neck, shoulders
and arms since he was 2.
But he learned to use his feet as
a substitute and now can do Just
about everything from fixing track
sections of his electric train to
Linens, shantungs, straws, hand-
loomed nylons and cottons.
Begins Thursday-One Big Week
to^ls wereZe^Lfive/v^i ft QU?lty t?we,s at * Pri<* can afford. These
towels were late in delivery so a blow to ub turns out to be a bonus for vou W«
are going to give you a premium with each set. Buy the bath and guest towel
or two bath size towels and receive a matching wash cloth free!
HELDCREST Solid Color TOWBS
These handsome, thirsty towels come In pink,
spice, maroon, blue, lime, white, chartreuse,
coral, turquoise, yeUow. Self-color woven
Bath Towel, size 22x44. $1.79
Guest Towel, size 16x28.. 89c
WASH CLOTH FREE with the SET!
A waterllly is embossed on love'
ly new colors In this
Values __ Now
dally writing practice.
Agriculture Lime Spreading
OaU C. E. Merveldt, 22S2-W-2
•r J. H. Seatons, tit-1
HUNT CLUB SETS
Extra large sizes and extra
weight In these “different" tow-
els. Choose from glowing deep
tones . . . red, gold, green, and
in black and brown.
Bath Towel, M Qr
■tie 24x46 ...........yA.FJ
Guest Towel, e i s r
Waoh Cloth Free with The Set!
Bath Mat To Match______*2.W
★ SUITS ★ DRESSES
★ SKIRTS ★BLOUSES
A beautiful assortment! Pink,
grey, blue, chartreuse, ooral,
y«Uow, apple green, light
Bath Towel. Cl ?C
also 22x44 _________y I .A J
Goes! Towel, /r,
Mse 16x26 ........ OX
Choose from raspberry, coral,
yellow, blue, green.
Bath Towel. Cl JO
•lie 22x44 ___________fliW
Guest Towel, vjj
size 16x2*____________ I#C
El Reno Post 34
size 16x90 .
Thursday, 8 P.M.
Wash Cloth ____________ J/V,
Waoh Cloth Free With The Set!
r item, to
SHEETS and CASES at SPECIAL PRICES
Crnooo Olympic Sheets
Pull 130-thread count sheets by Oannod.
charge of cooking for the 4-H
FIrank Dole is reported to be
wry HI at his home In Calumet.
He recenUy celebrated his 101st
Mr. and Mrs. John Balentl of
U* Angeles. Calif, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crump. On
8unday the group went to Bethany
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bob Norman
w»d Mrs. Kathryn Hall and daugh-
fhtUy - Carnahan, was a Wodnes-
d*y‘ •*“*’*<* Mrs.*Rngfl mrV",
Dan River Bob White muslin sheets. Full
128-thread count with strong taped selvage
edge. Wide hems.
Size 81x108 # A
—---------_.ieets by Oannod,
Smooth, strong muslin with strong selvage
Size 81x99 lA
Special ---------- tpiflf
Yes! Save 50% On All Of These!
19 RAYON SUITS by Lamp), Rosenblum and SwanBdown
FOXCRAFT MUSLIN SHEETS
LINGERIE for WOMEN CLEARANCE PRICED
Dan River Cases
in sizes 12 to 20. Were $17.95 to $45.00!
18 BETTER DRESSES in rayon, linen and Salyna.
Junior, regular and half sizes. Labels include Irene Carol,
Franklin and Paul Sargent. Were $22.95 to $29.75! *
16 COTTON SKIRTS that regularly sold for $3.95 to
1 >5.95. Sizes 24 to 30 in a wide range of colors, styles.
39 BLOUSES of cotton and rayon. Former prices on this
group were $2.98 to $5.98. All sizes from 32 to 44.
51 BETTER DRESSES by Ike Clark, Ann ^
tailed description below:
ARTEMIS, SEAMPRUFE AND EYEFUL Batiste ARTEMIS, BE
gowns In floral prints and solid colors with eyelet COTTON SLII
embroidered ruffles and bodice trim. Beautiful, batiste slips w
fresh fabrics and trims. Sizes 32 to 40. bodice trim Ci
seersucker with Maglcollar of colorful striped , fuU ‘i"**
refrigerator in the PHILCO
Grey and Mynette. Cottons, rayons and
inens in regular and half-sizes.
Were $12.75 to $19.75__________________
31 COTTON DRESSES by Jonathan Lo-
gan, Prima Donna and Ike Clark. Junior,
Were $10.98 to $14.98__________________
seersucker with Maglcollar of colorful striped , , , ‘ucked P*"
ss ,w" ?
$1.98 Values.......Special $1.49 $2.95 Values .
$2.25 Values.......Special $1.(9 $3.9$ Values .
LINGERIE FOR GIRLS «
Munsingwear rayon knit one-piece short pajamas with aaua 41 Q<5
blue shirred top. sizes from 4 to 12. ^ $1.90
Baby Snugs seersucker two-piece short pajamas in pink, blue
and yellow prints, sizes 4 to 12. Regult
^tlste ^two-piece short pajamas with eyelet embroidery trim, $2 95
LINGERIE AT SAVINGS OF ONE-HALF
Nylon panties, rayon panties, lace trimmed rayon gowns, children's rayon
crepe pajamas, pan tie girdles. Small sizes through extra large sizes In this
group. Values $1.00 to 32.50.
at EL RENO MAYTAG
16 SAIL CLOTH DENIM DRESSES by
rima Donna. Regular sizes from 12 to 20.
Originally priced at $9.50__________
MEN'S WEAR! BOYS' WEAR!
lift Met $444.95
H you own out of
th« 14 oldest electric
X THts NiW *999
Many, Many Styles To Choose From!
' ALL SIZES! ALL-WHITES!
We have reduced the prices on our Fortunets
and California Cobblers for this week-end
iC Clearance. Entire stock of white casuals by
SS these two famous makers included! Well have
your size and style if you shop early!
RLTURS BSmBS ss
$7.35 and $7.95
$8.45 and $8.95
Dennis Adams, Owner
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 124, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 25, 1951, newspaper, July 25, 1951; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924402/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.