The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 57, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 12, 1938 Page: 3 of 8
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>A V. MAY 12, 1938
A. May 12 -<U.R)—Construc-
a third bridge across the
s river here was urged In
aching highway report sub-
tly tire Tulsa chamber ot
ce to the state Iughwav
;ion for consideration in its
study and cooperation ot
er of separate groups went
mplliati^n of the report,
r officials said,
proposals Ireluded: widen-
the Sand Springs road and
atook road, elimination of
hwav curve east of Sperry,
Hion of an overpass at the
railroad north of Avery
and construction of a pe-
overpass at the Frisco
: on Lewis avenue in Tulsa,
routing of highway 64 which
oes to Key stone— through
iprings, to Osage City and
Mary Frances Felton of
Rock. Ark. arrived Wed-
far a visit with her mother.
H. Lewis, and Mr. Lewis,
mth Macomb avenue.
IUKSDAY, MAY 12, 1938
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
hose present were Mr. and
s a surprise courtesy honoring
r mother, Mrs. Mary Lorenaen,
daughters and sons and their
Uies gathered at iter home, 500
Woodscn street. She was
Publication committee was In
Tulip unit. Flower Garden club, j charge of the program when Miss
lented lovely gifts and an iced | Hostess, Mrs. W E. Bretz. 826 Ellen Rice. Miss Doris Comby, Mrs
se was served. | South Ellison avenue. j John Oarrett and Mrs. P. F. Herod
So What club. Hostess. Mrs j were hostesses to the Business and
H Lorenzen and daugh- 1 Wayne Shipley. Port Reno.
1 Leisure Hour club. Hostess. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. i
enzen and sons, Walter and W. O. Kltzmiller, 516 South Miles
iert. Mr and Mrs. D W. La- ] avenue
ette. Mr and Mrs. Charles; Daughters of the American Rev-
'ollette and sor, Charles. Jr.,I elution Hostess at 2:30 o’clock,
and Mrs Carl Duncan and
ghter. June Avonne, Miss Bra-
Lorenzen and Miss Marie Lo-
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TERTAIN ENTBE NOUS
ntertaining at a lurcheon-
Ige. Mrs James E Kelso. Mrs.
Professional Women’s club at a
meeting Tuesday evening In the
The (program included the fol-
lowing numbers: vocal solo, "Beau-
tiful Dreamer Awake Unto Me.”
by Richard Carter, accompanied
at the piano by Miss Kathleen
Kester; ocarina solo. “Oh Suzanna.'
Mrs. E. C. Loosen. Okarche
Ladies Auxiliary to the Order
of Railway Conductors Hostess.
Mrs. E A iCornors, 800 South jjy Robert Defenbaugh; vocal solo.
Bickford avenue "Oh Blackbird What's the Time.”
T. E. L. Sunday school class of , y MUs oieta i^ngwith, accom-
the Plrst Baptist ehurch Hostess pinled by Mlss Marv Edwards;
at 2:30 o’clock, Mrs. Lon Huff. 525 „lft, 0 solo. Mlnuette,” by Miss
_ South Ellison avenue, who will be Margaret Lanman; vocal solo, “Ship
iter iTjifartln and Mrs Arthur 1 “8lsted by Mr* WlH Larr‘bert and of Dreams. ” Robert Porta, accom-
March were hostesses Tuesday M" J- H C™* P»nl«d at the piano by Miss Ed-
■rnoon to the Entre Nous club j Ladles of the Qrand Army of ^ wards.
iir only additional guest was the Republic. Regular meeting at jn (be second part of the pro-
s/Mary Shuttee 2:30 o’clock in the American Legion srflm the American Eagle 4-H
uncheon was served at 1 o'clock i**11' i club home membership department
*ATl demonstrated the making of toys
Happy-Go-Lucky club. Hosts. Mr at home for the children and the
UNHAPPY ABOUT THE WHOLE THING
and Mrs. J. L. Oocherell, 1118 Sun-
El Reno Study club. Hostess.
Peppy Trio club demonstrated
study of Insects
Members present were Mrs Jubn
W Fox. Miss Mary Walsh. Mrs
the home of Mrs H B. Wil-
414 South Choctaw avenue,
r which bridge was enjoyed with
Kelso. 811 South Hoff ave-
High score award was won
Mrs B D. Aslibrook.
hJoying the occa-flbn with the *®T* R W Thom’ 200 ■"■** WU'|J. A. Shuck. Miss Arna Ptekhim.
re hostesses Miss Shuttee and ;»venus I Mrs H B Lumadue. Mrs. Rubert
k Ashbrock were Mrs. Thomas | +** *U11M #|.llonre. Mrs *> (F. Herod.
Aderliuld, Mrs. Walter H Cobbs. «£»*• M a ^ T22 Mr* Plorpnc* ■"■*«* M“’ fi*
H A Colev Mrs A C qu. , dhh dlnnar at the American Legion lvons Mrs. Nauvta Corlee, Mrs.
Mrs F- Q Harrison Mrs haU' “ whlch tlme hostesses will M AllcP Miller. Mi» Farra Kin-
H. Thompson and Mrs I C *‘ ST1,h’ John >*• IMrs. Mary Frances MarUn.
htgomerv | Roblyer and Mrs Jess Williams Mrs Thomas Benson. Miss Etta
Montamnerv 402 SouUi Hoff' 84 Thom“ Aqulnas elub Dale. MLss Josephine Hodnett. Mrs
Montgomery, 402 South Hoff HoaW„ Mrs 0 s Jackson. 820 Lloyd chambers. Miss Olen Eve-
Sunset drive. New officers are jj,, McCarty Mrs. Annabelle Smith,
to be elected. Mrs. w w Jones. (Mrs F O. True,
--- Miss Kathryre Morris, Miss Rosa
MBS. JOHN HACKET Pierce, Miss Harvey Thompson.
ENTERTAINS O. T. C. ! Mrs. John O. Pavy. Miss Ima
Mrs John Racket. 1009 West Pennebaker. Mrs B E Carder. Miss
Wade street, entertained at a des- Mary bell Kelly, Miss Hlen Rkse,
Delegates to the state encamp-
ment at Sulphur June 11. 12, 13
and 14 were elected by the Veterans
of Foreign Wars auxiliary at a
regular meeting Wednesday eve-
ning at the post hall. Mrs R F.
Mayhue, president, was In charge
of the business activities.
Mrs. Clint Immell, Mrs. Mae
Compiled by the E.H.S.
| third grade class, third, with tl
This week Miss Fulks’ and Eu-
gene Myers' groups tied for first
place with a percentage of 100.
Miss Dale's room won second with
97, and the room of Mrs. Nina
Mae ,Cooper won third with 96
Miss Elizabeth Bonebrake's sec-
j ond .grade has two new pupils.
They are Perry Whittington, from
j Washington school In Oklahoma
At Lincoln school the pupils city, and John Joehrk. from Oar-
made cards for their mothers for fteid school In Monmouth, 111
Bannister and Mrs A. E. Farmer Mother's day.
were named official delegates to the Miss Lottie Muncy’s sixth grade WEBSTER SCHOOL
state program with Mrs LeeRoy |g enjoying a new set of readers. Jennings Newman's sixth grade
Ewing. Mrs. Henry Hernon and Scouting Through.” The reading won the Sunday .chool attendance
I Mrs. Helen Brown being designat- material Is based upon actual class- contest last week Mrs. Carrie
ed to serve their alternates. room experiments. Hi is room also Patman's fifth grade was not far
Four members were appointed to hi^ ft new Picture of Lincoln, bahied for second place, and MUs
represent the local auxiliary on which was presented to the school Verna Mitchell's third grade was
the district drill team during fhc * the Daughters of the Ameri- third
encampment program They arc «n Revolution. The Webster P -T. A sponsored a
Mrs. Mayhue, president; Mrs °f Ml« Inez Smith's first Jitney lunch at the school Thurs-
Immell and Mrs. Cooper, color have be™ Illustrating the^ May 5
, bearers; Miss Marcella Manskowsk, ' M°,he(r Ooose rhymes of |
f, . Dumpty by making real Humpty|the Sunday school contest for the
tlag nearer I Dumptys of eggs and dressing : Idgiiest percentage attendance dur-
A past president's pin was pre-! tbfm up /peggs are dressed 1**6 the year a d was given
sented Mrs. Ewing by Mrs. H E as Chi: ese Dutch, and IrUh.
Harrison, past department president These are being placed on a stone
FINE WAY TO BEHAVE—This Is how Arthur Rynander, Jr., and
Joan Marie Hubiak greeted tire anaouncemeot that they had Won
prizes In the Colony House health contest in Brooklyn, N. Y and
we ask you, U that any way to behave?
MRS. MARION MILKY
Mrs. Marion Hlgby was lioetess
to the Wednesday Players club in
her home at 411 South Evans
avenue Wednesday evening when
In entertalnlng at bridge for the
H M P club Wednesday evening
Tle ir additional guests were Mr
and Mrs. Quy Lanman And Mr
and Mrs E O. Courtney.
and past president
Announcement was made of plans
for the drill team to practice at
Okarche Monday evening and to
party Tuesday by the Presbyterian
of the local wall.
For Mother's day tire first grad-
err made crepe paper flowers for j
Having highest Sunday school
meet for another rehearsal Sun- Percentage for the school year in
Lincoln school. MUs Opal Siler's
fourth grade enjoyed a picnic
day, May 22. at Chickasha.
The auxiliary's next regular meet-
ing will be conducted May 25.
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FIVE GUESTS FETED
WITH CLUB MEMBERS
A group of five additional guests
given by the First MethodUt church
WASHINGTON. (AV-The treas-
ury department reported that
! GretzoloU L Hazen. who lives near
I Stillwater. Okla.. was one 01 the
candidates accepted to take an
examination for appointment to the
United States coast guard academy
at New London, Conn.
Mr and Mrs John Gallagher,
Mrs John Maney and Mrs. M. Fitz-
gerald returned Wednesday from
lue. assisted by Mrs Thompson
be hostess to the club In a
* * *
knoring members of the
>u« the rooms held more of the iof the series. Mrs. L. C. Collier,
“ '*— ” * Coley. Mrs W
llonrv and Almond
Klub and ore substitute Mrs | sert-brUI^e Wednesday afternoon Miss Floyd Wilson, Mrs. R A.
Jones. Mrs Waller P Crltes. for ^ Q T c club wbpn Mn> Bruce. MUs Hlzabeth Byms. Mrs
^last Wade street, entertained _ _ McDonald tallied hiah and Dorothy Lorenzen, Mrs. Reltta
prettily appointed dessert- Mrs ' Bvgns WO(1 lhe travell„K Stratton. Mu PhUlip Blodgett. Mrs
Tuesday afternoon Crystal Jchn Garrett, MUs Doris Comby,
of spring flowers decked 1
table while -wicker baskets Plans vtere made for the losers Uughlln
Miss Rose Witcher and Miss Adel-
! Mrs. H A
The club's next meeting is sched-
uled for May 24.
Members of the girls' quartet
from Central, composed of Elsie Karsas City. Mr, following a
was present for the party at which House. Martha Alice Marsh. Betty week's visit with Mr and Mrs.
Mrs. R Jay McOinnls. 518 North Jean Rempel and Ruth Hodges, prank L Johnston and sons. Philip
Rock Island avenue, entertained were guests of the Kiwanls elub s,nd Lawrence Mrs Maney. Mrs.
In the games of bridge, high «»re man, Mr and Mrs. Courtney. Mi C^ro^e. Mrs^B'^M^OhnleT a^d Central was won by MUs
fsvor for guests was presented to and Mrs Booth. Mr and Mrs Mrs E G Courtnev Members en- Plllks fourth *rad*’ who held first
8 W,ld,n WC,tV#d the ,0* - Mrs P H Higginbotham. Mrs ,:[ad* wbn The f‘rst
Homer T. Richardson. Mm T J. p aCl • P*’
Cox. Mrs J. Y. Morris and Mr, DlC Tu*9day (’f,'m0°n by the ***
high score among elub members.
The hostess served a delightful Prospects Bright For
refreshment course at the ctose
of the enjoyable evening.
Present were Mrs. Hutchison. Mrs
Borders. Mrs Barnes, Mr:, Welden,
Mrs L. W Hill. Mrs Budge Harle,
Mrs Thompson Ollbert. Miss Flor-
ence Collier Mrs Clarence Cooper,
Mrs William L. Funk. Mrs Ken-
reth Kalbfleisch and Mrs Jim
E Smith of Union City.
f * ■* *
GAMBELS AND SIMES
ENTERTAIN AT CARDS
Mr and Mrs. Charles Gambel,
Lund l tilization Work j. m. oorman.
Quest favors were received
WASHINGTON. May 12 — (/P) -
Representative Sam Masslngale of
Oklahoma said after recent con-
ferences at the bureau of agricul-
tural economics that prospects are
bright for starting the Roger Mills
county land utilization project this
Ire A E Farmer tallied high Moore end Mrs Hackett. to enter- * * *
the club members while Mrs laln lhe winners, Mrs McDonald. ntvrN KOK
was presented a guest favor Mrs. Evans, Mrs M. B Cope and ho1’K hriuGE |.1ia .
I playing were Mrs OerUudc Mrs. James E. Kelso at a break-, , . 4 * ® Vi**t Wade street, were as-
Mrs. Arthur Clark. Mrs. R fast Tuesday morning The event Die Two Hour Bridge club met slsted by Mr and Mrs H H. Slmes
Dr k Mrs. Charles 8. Forbes will be featured at 10 o'clock at Wednesdat afternoon at the home
E G. Palmer, Mrs. L. W Legion park and will conclude theiof Mrs. Ernest Pearl, 1306 Sunset
Mrs Steddom for high and Mrs.
Cosgrove for second high while
the honors among the club mem-
bers were won by Mrs. Verges who
held high score and Mrs. Morris
whose tally was second high.
At the close of the pleasant aft-
ernoon the hostess was assisted by
Mrs. Verges In serving an iced
LEG PAINS MAY
BE DANGER SIGN
Of Tired Kidneys—How Tt
Get Happy Relief
II hwlMrht, and Ice pciu arc making jnm
,bla, don't juct........... and do nations
be warning yon that
The three rooms In Central rark-
lng highest In the Sunday school
attendance for the year were Miss
Fulks' with 95 percent, first; Miss , _ . . k, -
Dale's sixth grade, second, with i !„ur L.inl'y ,o«i"”u*,ai..a
91.7 .percent: MUs Ethel Cantley's TWk.dn^rcarcNator.'.<4W(nnyo(tnUna
- «ic«m rti<1b mod poibodgur wart* out of tirt
bi< ext \fnrt l>fk«ta about 3 piliU A dAf or
About 3 pouikd* ol BIDle
If the 15 riulfts of kulitvy tubm and itlafA
dou’t work w*U. pm*oiiouN *Mif mattrr etaya
ia Ut« bloud Tkiraa may atari
* ■■i * ‘ i>| 4
A 1300.000 flood
CO* trol ond irrigation project hot Hostess to the club tt its
been proposed Masslngale said the meeting in two weeks will be
project would be recommended to Mrs Richardson, 638 South Miles
S* i retary Henry Wallace. j avenue
FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS
Or Delivered To Year Home
GRADE A RAW MILK
bark acting, rhauinatr pama, paiaa, loaa m
pap and aaergy, gattinf up Ditbta. EWalMat.
puthuaaa under the eyng, h«wdaebaa and itiadf
Don't wait. Ask your tlrucfist for Data's
PiUe, uead BUOMw/nUy by nuUi hr (or ot« 10
mr» They live happy relief and will help the
16 uni*** of kulnp> tubaa flueh out i liaaaauA
waeu from tha bloszd. Gat Doaa'a FlMa.
The art of poetry.
!ht. Mrs H H. Rollln, Mrs masons activities
Is Norvell and Mrs John Wll-
Bt' vs in two weeks will be
J (Farmer, 702 South Roberts
* * $
Tl ANNOUNCED FOR
Nl \l. SPRING DANCE
nial spring dance for mem-
of the El Reno Golf and
try club and their guests will
field Friday evening. May 20.
g.> announced today At that
| each couple holding member-
|> In the club will be privileged
invite a: other El Reno couple
thoir guests for the event.
drive, for cards and refreshments,
which were served et tables decked
ii v w r K mrets '*',h '<ww‘,pr“ aB<1 ,rrn
WITH MBS. GRACE SMITH Scoring honors were won by Mrs
Mrs Or ace Smith. 415 North IJ C Ozmun for high; by Mrs
Choctaw avetue, was hostess to the Curtis Keller for second high and
D. Y |W Y K club Tuesday by Mrs Tom Kelly who received the
afternoon, featuring needlework as, traveling prize Others playing were
the diversion. She was assisted Mrs H B. Wilson. Mrs W I.
by Mrs Oeorge M Lovell in sen- Wyrtck. Mrs M A. Jordan. Mrs
Ing a dessert course l. A McCullough. Mrs. A. R. Little,
Those present were Mrs R H Mrs J. M Lindsey. Mis Ida B
Dennis. Mrs U H. Oraves Mrs Howard. Mrs John E Smith and
B B Spears. Mrs A Watson Mrs
Will Iarabert. Mrs Lull Huff. Mrs
J E Padgett Mrs Ora Mae
Merveldt'and Mrs. Lovell
i Their meeting tn two weeks will
be at the home of Mrs Thom _______
300 South Williams avenue, who* PUPILS PRESENTED
nasuctet* will be Mrs Demis IN PIANO RE< ITAL
a a a Mrs Sara Scott Woods presented
THREE ARE HOSTESSES her class of piano students In re-
Mrs M. J. Gallagher.
Mrs Smith. 207'* North Berker
avenue, will entertain the club
In a fortnight.
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Who Invented the saxophone? TO UNITY CLUB
What D the Morroe doctrine? I A lovely party for the Unity club
vital Wednesday evening at the
First Christian church when a large
How much of the U. 8 nickel was the one at which Mrs Ham number of parents and friends
composed of nickel?
What Is called "the gay aci-
Are residents of Alaska citizens
the United States?
Adolph Sax of Germany, In
Mrs K S Cupp and Mrs ' was present for the talented pro-
Floyd P. Wilson entertained Wed- gram
iteaday afternoon at the Morris Those taking part were Ruby
home. 211 North Barker avenue , Fern Fowler. Marcia Nation,
Spring flowers In pastel hues were Richard Johnson. Bernice Witcher,
used in abundance about the rooms Vivien Courtney. Jean Funk. Dolores
and filled crystal baskets as gen- June Brown, Sara Ixraiee Woods,
terplece* for the refreshment tables Doiothy Ward, Muriel Jean
The pastel color scheme was noted Wleman, Wilma Mathews, Oreta
* doctrine enunciated by, d ^ gamr, and Sheldon. Jimmy Goddard Eleanor
•sldent Monroe In 1823, which “ “ v„. -
Fk a strong stand against for- ^ ^ '^rward Ymt Mary Jana Waklre* Carlana
intervention in affairs In the Corsage favors were presented Whltloek. Norma Pay MeComas.
Jn intervention In affairs In the, ^ ^ ^ Ruth Spamanda Huth Con.
were Mrs Lulu Forrest, Mrs Fred rad. Hslen Lou Ricker. RoJean
E Arnold. Mrs J B. Cormack. Mrs MolnUke. Violet Van Gundy. Wlnl-
Carlton Oterhart and Mrs R A fr*d Williams. Robert shUUng.
Deck, while club members present Jeanne O/tnun, Kathleen Beeler
were Mrs. Otis Anderson. Mrs J.; Norma Helen Cole and Vivian
C. Oebhnrt. Mrs C. A Jones. Mrs 1 Jo»tnson
aTifre Ta aliuiu'/W aunu" REDUCE SENSIBLY!
won Oo to Jones
M,s box of famous
HEALTH TESTS POPULAR
i TOBUROH (upi The cam-
get University of PUts-
■tudrnU to take free tuber-
In testa is proving successful
far, more than 1.000 students—
women and 921 men—have
imltted to the examinations
and get a
TRAIN TO VINIT U. S.
ONDON (UR)—A nuttier, famous
llsli train, tlie Corui allun Scot,
0 be shown In the United States
1 Gamuts The train first wUI1
sent to the New York world
r next year, and srterward will
For the guests Mrs Deck
club prise for high was received; famous physlctan included free
by Mrs. Oamun and for second' Satisfaction guurantaad or
high by Mrs. Jonas
iHturday and Sunday
The “Marian Sue” Maternity Dress
Seta A New High Mark
For Youthful Style
Cleverly designed ta be reneeeUiig
•hey will keep yen In gay eplrite
wherever and whenever yon wear 14!
Urepee and < etlona . . . Plain refers
and print patterns.
Her veer own regelar star and adjust
the walei-Una aa reeelred Yew'll
have a perfret fit alwaya.
$3*95 and ($.9$
• • v
how me a cigarette
.., because Chesterfield
ingredients are the best a cigarette
can have ... mild ripe home-grown
tobaccos . . . aromatic Turkish to-
baccos ... aged for 2 V6 years... pure
tasteless cigarette paper... and
a blmd that can’t be copied
. they llgive you MORE PLEASURE
than any cigarette you ever smoked
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 57, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 12, 1938, newspaper, May 12, 1938; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924515/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.