The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 41, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 24, 1938 Page: 3 of 10

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NDaY, APRIL 24, 1938
EL RENO (ORLA.J DaILY TRIBUNE
ifensor Says
an’t Find Way
THREE
HELP ONE-ANOTHER
CLUB ENTERTAINED
Mrs. Piank Blanc, southwest ol
of city, entertained the Help One
Another club at Its meeting last
week when thetlme was devoted
to sewing.
Refreshments were served to Mrs.
G. Porter. ^Irs. E Porter. Mrs. H
Huchieman, Mrs. P. W Huchte-
man, Mrs. W Mathles. Mrs L.
Melsner. Mrs. O Brumfield. Mrs.
H Orlmmet mid Miss Anna
Huchteman.,
The group will meet May 4 with
Mrs Harvey Orlmmet. south of
the city.
er of Methodism, telling of his
life's work and experience In
America and in London.
The life of Susanna Wesley,
mother of John Wesley, was given
by Mrs. L. F Geery. while Miss
I.lda Dashiell discussed “Beginning
of the Church at Savannah. Ga."
Taking part In the review were
Mrs. Ben Boggess. Mrs. J. L. Tre-
vathan. Mrs. C
Modern Etiquette
^y ROBERTA LEE
Apr 23—IU.R)—The
re will find a way"
Professor J. Howard
u>ar college, says. He
laer Polytechnic ,In-
1, "If marital difficul-
ty expect 'love, will
teause that romantic
share and a delusion,
les need a practical
wilder attitude."
WASH FROCKS By Jean Carol
Q How should answers to In-
vitations written on visiting cards
be worded?
A Unless to an intimate friend
(hey Should be worded in the third
person, as though the Invitation
were engraved.
Q. When one is making a call,
and a second caller arrives, should
one remain or leve immediately?
A. Remain for about five or ten
minutes and then depart.
Q Would it be sufficient to serve
sandwiches, with tea or coffee, at
an afternoon musfcale?
A. Yes.
Fashion is more cotton con-
scious than ever this summer!
And these Little Jean Carol
cottons are excitingly pretty,
smarter than ever!
Sizes 9 to 17
Calendar
Tulips, Daisies Form
Party Background
A. Wagner, Mrs
Don Parmer. Mrs. Henry c. Coates, |
Mrs. B. M. Campbell and Mrs. I"
Jess Burge.
Red tupils and daisies formed
pretty room decorations when MIsr
Vivian Johnson entertained at
dancing for a group of the high-
school set at her home. 1099 South
Ellison avenue, Friday evening. Re-
freshments were served through-
out the evening during which Miss
Johnson was assisted In her hos-
pitalities by her mother. Mrs. E
J. Dunn
Enjoying the occasion were
Minxes Margaret Fischer Narma
Helen Cole, Dorothy Brown, Geor-
gia Kathryn Smith. Helen jWallis
Dorothy Merveldt. Elizabeth Cox,
Nancy Naylon. Barbara Taylor,
Constance Morgan. Bernice Har-
rod. Helen Little, Mildred Gard-
ner. Oloria Gilbert. BllUe Jeanne
Torpey, Jerry Mae Kelso, Betty
Mia Stitt. Louise Whitney. Theda
Stephenson and Dorothy Hensley.
Kenneth Kamm. Bob Porta. Nel-
son Wright. Bob Shut tee, Harry
Donnellan. Carter Rohde. Lyle
Brass, Jimmy Blair, Arthur Sum-
mers, Clarence Pearce. Bob Board-
man. Tommy Boardman. John
Every. Robert Moulton. Donald
Earnea. A VI. Stitt. Jimmy Canon,
Sammy Shackelford. Harold War-
theau, Charles Blake Bob Mai-
lonee. Forrest Flagler. Jack Evans
Bill Putnam. Edgar Lawton. Jack
Rhodes, Junior Rector Bob Kelly.
J P Neal. Bob Dale. Harrold
Dresser, Wayne Funderburg. Max
Brown. Don Arnold. Perry Arnold.
Joe Neal Vaughn. Bud Orace and
Ned Daniels, both of Port Reno.
Hubert Marsh. Bobbv Wood house
Dale Ryrd and Orln Koerner.
PLANS FOR BREAKFAST
ARE DISCUSSED •
Discussion of plans for the an-
nual May day breakfast, which
will be given Apr. 30 was the
prtncipal business at a meeting
Additional Society on Next Page
of the Ladles Guild at the Christ
Memorial Episcopal church Thurs-
day afternoon at the home of
Mrs. S jS Macy, 720 South Wil- ]
Hams avenue. Mrs. Robert Wil-
son was associate hostess.
Hostesses at the meeting May 5
will be Mrs Arthur Reynolds and!
Mrs. Gene Flanagan.
. H. I). (sodwin Host-
At Pre-Nuptial Party
H COAL
NKSIUFTS
MISSION BOOK
IS REVIEWED
The mission book, "Out of Al-
dersgate," by Watkins was review-
ed at the all-day meeting of the
Women’s Missionary society of the
Central Methodist church In the
church parlors Thursday. A cov-
ered dish luncheon was served at
1 o'clock.
Mrs. J. W Anderson directed the
review and presented the story
of the life of John Wealey, found-
(Similar to Illustration)
A lovely pre-nuptial courtesy Elmer Schwab, 832 South Ellison
oax-tng Miss Catherine ftnrtck avenue
rl|e-elect of Carl Abies of Outh-; Cllbanett4* club Hoste.,S. Mlss
L.Donnelly-904 80Uth R*no
p fcodwin, 115 North Hoff avenue
Lasted by Miss Kathryn Hoven-1 American Legion auxiliary. Hos-
en and Miss Mary Lee Andrews J le“- Mrs Prank Qalz- Unlon City
I Afestel colors were used in the Athenaeum. Hostess at final
IpBointments while the gifts were mnellnB of the season. Mrs. 9 S
EXlayed from a table centered Maty' South Williams ave-
I'ltti a wedding cake, topped wtth TTW'
Ijfciiitature bride and bridegroom Monday Night Bridge club
jlW) flanked with pink tapers In Hcstess. Mrs Horace Ives ter. 814
jHatal holders Umbrella motifs South Ellison avenue.
(■details of the refreshments were Ladles of the Grand Army of the
h keeping with the shower theme Republic Special business meet-
hiwtj and pitch were played tog at (2 o'clock In the Masonic
Mth Mrs L. L. Deatherage win- temple to discuss plans for the
Kg high and Mrs T V Powell state convention here May 4 and
bw In the former game. At cards &•
Mrs Jack DeAtley tallied high and Band Mothers club Regular
I*. Jack Armstrong received the meeting at 2:30 o'clock in the
isolation school administration building.
The guests included Miss Woven TUESDAY
ie Kamp of Bethany. Mrs Della a. B C club Hostess. Mrs
cCulley. Mrs Jack Armstrong ! Robert Mecaskey, 710 South Hoff
rs. Lawrence Webb. Mrs Elmer avenue.
rtfflth. Mrs Walter Underwood Veterans of Foreign Wars auxl-
rs. Louis Reiter. Mrs Max Hutson, (liary. Regular meeting In the past
Irs. Gladys Billing ton Mrs Fred hall.
•mb, Mrs L. L. Deatherage. Mrs Women's Benefit association
. O Emrtck. Mrs Charles White Regular meeting In the Trainmens
[rs. Cart Colley, Mrs Jack A j Ua'1.
P At ley. Mrs Theo Hellweg. Mrs | Pontus club Hosts. Miss Dorothy
P Ketly. Mrs T V Powell. Mrs Palmer and Perry Arrold who will
C. Ritter Mrs Dollle Andrews, entertain at the former's home,
i-s James Lewis. Mrs Howard : ms South Macomb avenue
llllngham Business and Professional Wo-
Mlsses Chic Stoneman, Nauvia mens club Hostesses. Mrs John
brief Leal Ooykendall. June Coy-1 Pavy, Miss Perra Klnkade Mrs
indall. Laura Turner. Mabel L A Roush. Mrs Dorothy Loren-
■nith, Bernardine Hlx Eleanor I and Mrs O 6 Jackson, when
$5.95
BOWER*
MRS. GLENN R. RHODES
HOSTESS TO CLUB
Entertaining at a prettily appoint-
ed deasert-brklge. Mrs Glenn R
Rhodes. 1014 South Hadden ave-
nue. was hostess to the Friday
Contract Bridge club Friday after-
noon.
Mrs W E. Allen Was a special
guest, while others playing were
Mrs Seth Nation. Mrs R. L. Mar-
tin, Mrs. jM. 8 Ausley, Mil. H
B. Fisher and Mrs. Don L. Far-
mers.
Favor for high gcore was won
by Mrs. Rhodes while second high
went to Mrs Taylor who will en-
tertain the club In two weeks at
her home, 701 South Miles avenue
CH. CO.
THREE GUESTS
FETED WITH MEMBERS
Three additional guests. Miss
Fern Forrest. Miss Marian Taylor
and Mrs. Ray Dillingham, were
feted with members of the Azu-
llklt club when Miss Iaurabel
Cosby. 406 South Hoff avenue
entertained at bridge Thursday
evening.
High score was tallied by Miss
Dorothea French with consolation
going to Miss Marie Shacklett
Mrs Dillingham won the guests'
award Refreshments were served
at the close of the evening.
Members present were Miss
French. Miss Marie Shacklett, Mrs
Hazel Zimmerman. Msr Jess M
Burge. Mrs Ray Maher. Miss
Marybell Kelly. Miss Elizabeth
Byms. Miss Ethel Dowell and
Mlaa Ruth Yost
They will meet in two weeks
with Miss Yost, 121 North Hoft
avenue
lis handy di-
vhen you need
ini advice and
G. A R. CONDUCT*
BUSINESS MEETING
Business meeting of the Ladles
of the Grand Army of the Repub-
lic was conducted Friday after-
neon In the American Legion hall
with plans for the state convention
here May 4 and 5 being the prin-
cipal transaction Mrs Myrtle
Fortner, president, preaided.
A special meeting of the grouR
was announced for 2 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon In the Masonic
temple, when additional arrange-
ments will be made for the con-
vention program
m Drug Store
3NE M
. Cavanaugh
:ntist
— Office 203
Wade in
1 Brown Holloing
It’s New
Kleenex Pastel Pack
H. CLARK
r*l(IAN
CLUB MEETS FOR
NEEDLEWORK
Needlework was enjoyed by mem-
bers of the So What club, which
convened Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs Henry Schroeder. 809
SouUi Evans avenue. Refresh-
.h Rock Island
arh and I nicotines
wis and Treatment
Uf!K!X
Those present were Mrs Albert!
Marschewskt. Mrs James P Briggs.
Mrs Wayne Shipley Mrs Oeorge
Reagan. Mrs. H D RempeU Mrs
Joe M Keith and Mrs Harry Hoyt'
The next fortrtghllv meeting will
be held with Mrs. Shipley. Fort
1
3 For 1.00
We think it’s the finest
Kleenex package ever pro-
duced. 400 oversize sheets
In a beautiful "window”
package of multicolored
tissues (4 pastel tints), or
solid white. You’ll lie proud
to hare this attractive box
in your boudoir, on your
vanity table, or in the bath-
room. And you’ll be glad
to know that such an ap-
pealing package has eco-
nomy, too!
In- Florence HetUman and Mrs
Rgberger.
Birthday anniversaries of Mrs
■ E Smith Mrs William Loren-
en and Mrs Carl Wagner which
^Kur during May will be rele-
C^Bted at Uie meeting May 5 with
!■* Smith. 812 Went Woodson
Mrs A Watson. 1010 West Wood- S M Buckley and Mrs W J
sou street White. 314 South Evans
Tuesday Players Hostess. Mrs ladles society to Brotherhood of
Thompson Ollbcrt. 206 8ouUi Hoff! Locomotive Firemen and Engine-
avenue ! men Hostesses at social la Tratn-
WEDNESDAY men's hall. Mr* John IXI. Mrs
H K O club Hostess Mrs l*l*>«rburg and Mrs R B
Chris Anderson. Calumet Dlln*1- „
Jolly Eight Bridge club Hos- prt*cl»* Bnbroldery club Mrm-
ten Mrs J Y Morris. 808 North brr* entertain at guest day
Rock Island avenue luncheon In parlors of First
ProfT^wtre Player* H<*Lraaes Presbyterian cniiron
Mrs. Jack NewquUt Mrs John Rebekah lodge. Members will
Witch. a rut Mrs F .1 /Palmer '"C** f°r st,ff practice at the
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