The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 46, No. 299, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 20, 1938 Page: 3 of 6
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f for All Cars
ihoma Youth M
ets Scholars! *
OKA. Feb. 19—U.Ri J|
»aon. Wewoka youth
the U. 8. naval trn jfl
at 8nn Diego. Cal Inst B
won a scholarship for }L
‘lectrlcal course it \va<H
dnson went to San DiedH
eeks trainirg roursej^P
y to being assigned
To win the acholn f
tson had to score hiJ
te <35 who ,i|)|ihori foj^
itlon and the 45 who j flj
a take the test T™
hips were offered
liti.son. in addition to
e scholarship. has qua H
xpert marksman is i • kji
the naval choir, and v. Qj
as welterweight b
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lit this handy di '
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pssinnal advieo an t
Harry A. Meyer 1
r Crown Drug Store K
V. P. Cavanaugl
ne 66 — Office 203
East Wade la
Id and Brown Bttlldlr
ED H. CLARK
j South Rock Island
Stomach and In teat li
DiagnmU and Treatmi
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fNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1938
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
Exercise Helps Keep Hand!
Graceful atid Expressive
New Officers To Assume
Duties Mar. 1
Iding Will Take Place
lln Union City, N. J.
ate of the wedding of Miss
anna J. Beck, daughter of Mrs.
. Beck or Union City. N. J.. to
Richardson, son of Dr. D. P.
Jiardson of Union City has been
|for Peb. 26 and will be solem-
In the Dutch Reformed church
Jnlon City, N J. The bridal
hie will establish s home In
jihoma City after Mar. 1.
bride-elect has been assocta-
In business In Wall street for a
pber of years. She was educated
lew Jersey and was connected
one of the largest brokerage
ems In New York City.
|r. Richardson, who is listed in
young men's "Who's Who of
ness,” is a graduate of the
versity of Oklahoma, Norman,
re he was a member of Sigma
fraternity. He also earned a
from Harvard university and
a member of the 15th dlvl-
of the army during the World
Mr Richardson Is president
tie Oklahoma club In New York,
member of the Harvard club.
University Olee club In New
Ik City and the National Assocl-
in of Teachers of Marketing.
|e also ts active In Uie Amcrt-
Statlstlcal association and
Inerly was Instructor In the New
|k university. He has served in
capacity of assistant to the
ildent of J. C. Penney com-
fy, was director of research for
Atlas Portland Cement com-
fy and was connected with the
arch department of the Chase
iional and Federal Reacrve banks
(mong the guests who will at-
the wedding In addition to
bride's mother and the bride -
as father will be Miss Beck's
her. Harry Beck, her brother-
law and sister. Mr. and Mrs
ink Lang, and their daughter.
* • *
kearts was the diversion at the
(ty given Friday allernoon by
Harry Campbell. 817 SouUi
bk Island avenue, for the Friend-
18tttchera and one guest, Mrs.
hie card prise was won by Mrs.
In Ramey after which delicious
were served, appoint-
ing being marked with a Ocorge
Ishlngton motif. Those present
lie Mrs. John Fleener of Ponca
ly. an out-of-town member. Mrs.
Ink Inge, Mrs. Harry Donncllan.
Is. John Ramey, Mrs. Mildred
KU and Mrs. Harry Hanson
Ians for the next meeting will
* • *
luslneas meeting ol the Woman s
(Iture club was conducted Friday
lernoon at the home of Mrs.
jj. Devltt. 403 West Wade street,
len plans were made to present
] program on Indians Mar 18
■see of Uie program was not
tmnbrrs present were Mrs Char-
H. Berry. Mrs. Henry C. Coates,
J. H. Crane. Mrs. Jesse W
jydon. Mrs. 8am Roberson. Mrs
T. Ooddard. Mrs Ellis V.
egory. Mrs Harry Oarrett. Mrs.
link Taylor and Mrs 1 W Doug-
beir next regular meeUng will
held Mar. 4 with Mrs. Frank
ylor. 730 South Bickford avenue.
• • •
and Mrs Harold H Slmcs.
South Reno avenue, enterlaln-
at a 7 o'clock dinner bridge
ty for the Bon Tempa Bridge
kb Friday evening A patrioUc
lor note was uaed In place cards.
I lies and oUier appointments.
|tllgh scores were held by Mr*
in Spencer and Wayne fealty
Mrs Phillip B Connor* and
Spencer receiving the con-
| alton award*. Tho*e present were
and Mra. Spencer. Mr. and
, Easley. Mr. and Mr*. Connor*,
and Mrs. B. O. Courtney. Mr
I Mrs. Ouy Lanman
r. and Mr*. Spencer. 712 Bouili
Idea avenue, will be ho»W to the
lib In a fortnight
• a •
|R. ANt> MRS. OWENS
i to the Friendship Pilch club
evening were Mr and Mr*
Owen* who entertained at
home. 803 BouUi Mitchell
nue. Addition*! gucsU were Mrs
Tltlerlngton *nd Miss Out*
Irennrn, while member* present
Irr Mr ami Mis Homer Fain.
atHl Mrs Harvey Rlckrlla and
I Roy i’mnllns
4Vor for high wore* were won
Miss Loreiuu’ii and Mr. Filler
111It- Mr anil Mis IllckelU re
)vrd the consolation awards Re
tlimeuU were served before ad
,ii hint-lit to meet next Friday
Jng wlUi Mrs. J. O. Paler
gUiweel ol Uie City.
A. B C. club. Hostess, Miss
Ruth Keen, 101 North L avenue.
Queen Esther Standard Bearers.
Hostess. Miss Elizabeth Millwce,
736 South Miles avenue.
El Reno Study club. Hostess,
Mrs. Hadley C. Brown. 321 South
0. T. C. Hostess, Mrs. James E.
Kelso, 811 South Hoff avenue.
Athenaeum club. Members will
entertain at annual dinner for
members and their husbands at Uie
parish house. Christ Memorial
Business Women s circle of the
First Baptist church. Hostess. Mrs.
Gaylord Fees. 401 South Evans ave-
Eagles auxiliary. Business meet-
ing In the lodge hall.
Monday Night Bridge club. Host-
ess. Mrs. Roy Stafford, north of
St. Thomas Aquinas Study club.
Hostess. Mrs. Casper Determan.
southwest ol El Reno.
Scotties club Hostess. Miss Mar-
garet Funderburg, 206 North Ma-
Veterana of Foreign Wars auxili-
ary. Regular business meeUng In
the V. F. W. poat hall.
Business and Professional Wo-
mens club. Brief business session
will be conducted following a din-
ner at 6:30 o'clock In the club
Alethia Sunday school class of
the First Methodist Episcopal
church. Hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hoyt, Mr and Mrs. George Reagan.
Women's Christian Temperance
Union. Hostess. Mrs. E. R. Davis.
1017 Sunset drive, at which time
a Frances E. Willard program will
Brldgettes club. Hostess. Mrs.
Harvey Lee Hoffman. 215 North
Women's Benefit association
Regular meeting In the Eagles hall
at 2 o'clock.
Tres Mesa club. Hosts, Mr. and
Mrs Clarence Imboden. 1007 Sun-
Tres Jolte dub Hostess. Mrs. B.
T. Marshall. 1000 South Ellison
Chapter M. P. E. O sisterhood.
Hostess. Mrs Henry C. Hicks. 600
South Holf avenue. •
Women's Relief Corps. Hostess.
Mrs. Joe Kelly. 520 North Choctaw
avenue, at which time a covered
dish luncheon will be served
Home and Child Study club.
Hosteaa. Mrs M- L. Bast. 504 South
Ladle* Society to the Brother-
hood of Locomotive Firemen and
Ehglnemen. Regular meeting In the
Sterling Thimble club. Hostess,
Mrs John Hsckett. 1000 West Wade
Dsmrosch Music club. Hostess,
Mrs Ernest EwUig. 718 South Ma-
Tuesday Night Bridge club. Hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Williams,
906 Sunset drive.
Rebekah circle. All-day meeting
and covered dish luncheon at the
1. O. O. F hall.
R. I. 8 club Hostess. Mrs. R A.
Brown. 211 North Donald avenue
Bid or Double Bridge club. Hosts,
Mr and Mrs. Leo Kanun, Bit South
Friendly Sewing Circle. Hosteas.
Mr* A. T. Wines, Fort Reno
Help One Another club. Hostess.
Mrs Carl Wagner, southwest of
Unity dub. Hostess. Mrs J.
D Murphy, 310 South Rock Island
Officers who will assume duties
Mar. 1 wpre Installed by the Gen-
eral 8ociety of Woman's Work
of the First Presbyterian church
during a meeUng Thursday after-
noon at the parish house of the
Christ Memorial Episcopal church.
The service was preceded with a
session oMhe executive board.
Mrs. Meta Bruer acted as In-
stalling officer as Uie following
were Inducted: Mrs. Clyde Mus-
grove. president; Miss Irma SouUi,
first vice president; Mrs. Emerson
R. Kelso, second vice president;
Mrs. E. O. Harrison, general secre-
tary; Mrs. Baker H. Melone. cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Walter
H. Boon, treasurer; Mrs. James
E. Kelso, membership secretary.
Mrs. T. P. Clifford, stewardship
secretary; Mrs. E. J. Dunn, secre-
tary for young people; Mrs. E N.
Potts, secretary for spiritual life
groups; Mrs. E. Worth Walter,
chairman of division one; Mrs.
Thompson Gilbert, chairman of
division two; Mrs. C. H. Farrell,
chairman of division three; Mrs. C.
Schlosser, chairman of division
four; Mrs. B. U. Rector, chairman
of benevolences; Mrs. D. A. Mor-
gan. chairman of the visiting com-
mittee; Mrs. Richard B. Cobbs,
chairman of the flower committee.
Next year's program will be ar-
ranged by a committee composed
of Mrs. Dnerson R. Kelso, chair-,
man. Mrs. Tliomas M. Aderhold
and Mrs. Seth Nation.
Tie afternoon's program Included
devoUonals by Mrs. Walter and
a piano solo by Mrs. Mary Mar-
garet Phelps. Annual reports by
various departmental secretaries re-
flected splendid cooperation on Uie
part of all members. A substantial
gift to the building fund was made
by the social during the year.
Prize for the highest average
attendance at Ocneral Society meet-
ings for the year was awarded
division three of which Mrs. Far-
rell is chairman, while division two
received the attendance prize for
Refreshments were served by di
vision four of which Mrs. H. Mer-
chant Is the retiring chairman.
Members attending the business
and social activities were Mrs. Htd-
ley C. Brown. Mrs. Bnerson R.
Kelso. Mrs. C. L. McGill. Mrs. E.
Worth Wslter. Miss Marian Blske.
Mrs. Meta Bruer. Mrs. Richard B
Cobbs. Mrs Olenn R. Rhodes. Mrs
C. H. Parrel). Mrs. On II DoeberlU.
Mrs Thomas O Howry. Miss Irma
SouUi. Mm. T. P. Clifford. Mks.
H. K Merchant. Miss Mary 8huttce,
Mrs. Harry Morris. Mrs. Beth Na-
tion. Mrs James P. Neal. Mrs
Thompson Gilbert. Airs. Walter H.
Boon. Mrs W. A. Brown Mrs. A.
Maurer. Mrs. W. Ward. Mrs. Alice
Boon. Mrs Baker H. Melone. Mrs.
E N. Polls. Mrs. C. Srhloaacr. Mrs.
Dona Holfman. Mrs. D. A. Morgan.
Mrs Curt K. Whitney and Mrs.
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DATE OF BENEFIT
Benefit card party at which the
Women's Benefit association was to
entertain Tuesday afternoon has
been postponed Indefinitely. The
association will conduct a regular
meeting at 2 o'clock In the Efcgles
PRINCESS ALEXANDRA KRO-
* POTKIN. New York socialite
and business woman, is noted for
her lovely, expressive hands. She
believes that it is second nature
for most wo-
men to keep
t b e 1 r hands
b e a u 11 fully
But. she says,
not enough of
how to use
In a booklet
she has Just
says that there
mss him are plenty of
simple e x e r-
rises for keeping the hands, wrists
and arms lovely and perfectly
poised. These exercises are easy
enough for any woman to do every
day. While going through them,
variety and grace of gesture should
be your aim.
Practice quick and slow move-
ments of the hands. Learn to In-
terchange the two so your gestures
will not be monotonous. Hands
that are alwaya fluttering trrltate
people and give them the impres
sion that you are a Jittery, self
Too languid hands annoy people,
too; they seem so affected — or
lazy. Study vour hand movements
In front of vour mirror Decide
which of them are best suited to
your personality and which of
them best shows oil the shape,
flexibility or* coloring of vour
hands. Practice these movements
intil they become natural.
By JACQUELINE HUNT
The hand (Mrclisi employed b]
well-trained women Of the thfitei
are practical tot evert woman
Princess Kropotkin especially rec-
ommends the fop
relaxed at your
lng your fingers
the tempo of I
tune. Let the shi
spread gradually upward, tbi
the fingers to the wrists, the*
entire length of the ntmS. J
minutes of this extrolsc every day
will develop the grace of Mtlhg.
co-ordinated motion god teach
you hand discipline.
For the Angers alone, begin with
this exercise; Double youf fists up
tight, then fling all ih# fingers out
fan wise, stretching them as far ai
[ a/-. I
you can. Do this exerriso enerset-
*■ «.’*.; .1 v
The Anger-flexing routine prao
ically. repeating fifteen times,
lax the hands for hslf a minute
ticed bv ballet dancers will MOB
tiring at first, but two weeks of it
should cure any girl of being awk-
ward and 'butter-fingered." Do
each exercise fire times, first with
the fingers of one hind, then the
fingers of the other.
8tart by doubling up the thumb
In the palm of the hand. Now
bring the tip of the flmt finger
over to touch the OBd of the thumb
as though you wero
up a pinch of MIL .
keep all the other fiogen____
out as far as you cab. Make the
salt-pinching movement with etch
finger in turn, keeping all the oth-
ers spread out. Your hand will
seem stltT after this exercise at
first, but it will do wonders for
your dexterity U r*u continue.
Reside In Okemah
Mr. and Mrs. Meu-ln Marshall,
Who will establish their home In
Okemah within the near future
were feted at the dessert-bridge
given Friday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs Clyde Maxey,
north of the city. Joint hosts at
tlie event were Mr. and Mrs. John
Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dilling-
ham and Mr. and Mrs. Muxey.
The floral centerpieces of the
quartet tables were In patriotic
color note of red. white and blue,
Whloh was. repeated In all other
appointments. High score prize was
won by Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Math-
ews with Mr. and Mrs Joe .Maxey
receiving the traveling award.
Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Marshall were
presented a lovely gift.
Tie guests were Mr. und Mrs B
T. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd
Anderson, Kp\ and Mrs Lloyd
Chambers, Mr. and Mrs W W
Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maxey,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Maher
* * *
PARTY GIVEN FOR
Fbr the Jolly Dozen Card club.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corlee. 821
South Bickford avenue, entertain-
ed at bridge Friday evening, award-
ing high score favors to Mrs Floyd
Coffman and Leo Willson. The
traveling prize was received by
Mrs. Olenn Richardson
Delicious reiresnments were serv-
ed by Mrs. Corlee, assisted by her
daughter. Miss Juanita, to Mr. and
special guests, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Willson. Mr. and Mrs. Olenn Rich-
ardson. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Golden,
Mr. and Mrs. W. . B. Miller.
Hosts Mar 4 will be Mr. and
Mrs. Golden. 819 North Choctaw
Mrs. Floyd Cofiman, who were avenue.
We Have Your
Sapling-Slim Dress Coats in llie
Parisian vein — Rakish swaggers
that show the spark of Hollywood
—A wide varied selection.
All Sizes—And the wise shopper
chooses lire coat early!
Uothmoor ... Printzess
As Best Manager
FLETCHER. Feb. 19—(UP)—Allen
M. Tiompson of near Fletcher has
gained the reputation among work-
ers for the Farm Security adminis-
tration as one of the best "home
managers' participating In the farm
Tiompson. whose wife has been
ill, has canned the greater part
of the 827 quarts of fruits and
vegetables necessary to fill a budget
for the family of four as required
under F8A regulations. He lias
also stored 200 pounds of dried
food and has butchered two hogs.
tn addition to household duties.
Tiompson has sold 847 worth of
vegetables. 817 worth of chickens
and $130 worth of cream.
Plan State Meet
Editor At Durant
McALESTER. Feb. 19—(UP)—Plans
have been completed for the state
meeUng of Business and Profes-
sional Women's clubs to be held
here Apr. 22 to 24. according to
Miss Glodys Skagg. president of
the McAlester club.
Business sessions will be held
at the Scottish Rile temple. Miss
Skagg said that more than 500
delegates were expected to attend
Miss Alta Kepler, Ponca City,
is president of the slate organiza-
tion Other officer* Include Miss
Bernice Baker. Hobart, first vice
president: Miss Lela Mae Ollker-
soil. Muskogee, second vice pres-
ident; Miss Prances Robertson.
Shawnee, recording secretary; Miss
Winnie Lorton. Newkirk, corres-
ponding secretary; Miss Nettle
Hawley, Wewoka. treasurer; Miss
Olive Ray. Lawton, parliamentar-
ian; and Miss Jessye Arnett. Ok-
lahoma City, director-at-large.
Better Luck Next
Time Is His Hope
WEATHERFORD, Feb. 16-(U.PJ-
With the next car that he buys
John Klassen, 37-jear-old farmer,
hopes to have more luck
Recently he bought a second-
hand automobile nth his earnings
as a farm hand. He continued to
save money and soon had enough
for a new set of tire* The day
after he put them on all fout were
He got out the eld one* again
ard drove to a revival meeting
at Colony. While he wa* Inside
Uie <thurch two men got In his
ear and drove It off. Hanging
to Uie fender of a friend's ear,
Klassen pursued them, got his car
back after being beaten.
A few nights later Klaaseu was
returning from a revival meeting
Tie engine quit. Klassen spent a
cold, painful night Mona on a
The next morning h« walked sev-
en miles for help, succeeded In
getting another fanner to tow
the car home.
As It was pulled Into the yard
Klaasen's machine burst Into flames
•lid was destroyed.
••At least." h* said- th*t ended
my troubles with that e*f "
He plans to buy another ogr soon
COME IN AND SEE THIS
CHAMPION ICEMAKER! /
new. that set*
l l •• lh* n!t„u •» »h« refrig-
I muih a*
HOW CAN 11
By ANN AMU«
I M B'S FKO<iRAM
Address on "An International
Shopper's Report." which was to be
given by Miss Etta Dale at a meet-
ing of the Business and Profes-
sional Women * club Tuesday eve-
ning in the club rooms, has been
postponed until the next meeting.
Members will convene at the club
room, however, for a dinner at 6:30
Oilock and conclude business ac-
tivities In time to attend the El
Reno hlghschool operetta. It la
DATE ANNOUNCED FOR
COUNTRY CLUB DANCE
Dance, originally planned fo
Feb. 14. will be given Friday eve
nlng by Uie 93 Reno Oolf and
Country club. It wa* announced
Saturday. Hoeu at the event for
al! member* and Uielr out-of-towif
guests will be Mr. and Mrs Haydn
J Duvia. Mr. and Mr*. John T.
Naylon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Alllaon.
Mra. Jack Armstrong, 739 SouUi
Hadden avenue, attended a con-
ference of the Bouthweetem Bell
IVlriUmnc company Worker* union
In Oklahoma Oily lliur*Uay und
Friday. Mr* Aniwlrong I* local
chairman of the union
Ml** Mary Hall, student at Uie
Oklahoma College for Women,
Chtckosiia, la spending Uie week-
end with her parents. Mr and Mra
J. O. Hall, 1011 SouUi Barker
DURANT. Feb. 18-lU.PJ-Tie Du-
rant Dally Democrat said recent-
ly In It* headline on a weather
Look Out Tor Ookl; Forecast
The first paragraph ofOlie story
"The official weaU.er predleUon
for tonight and Friday ts wanner,
so It might be a good idea u>
batten down the north windows
and split a double portion of stove-
Q How can I avoid having cold*?
A. Many cold* could be avoided
If one would pay more attention
to a balanced diet. Including leafy
vegetables and fruits. Alao sleep
eight hours every night. t4ke a
bath every day. dress according to
the weather, and breath through
Uie nose Instead of the mouth.
Q How can I clean set rings?
A. The crevices ef a aet ring
can be cleaned, and the original
brilliancy restored, by dipping u
brush In warm aOap water and
Q. How can I make a pineapple
What Is the length In yards o( cake filling?
the longest running track that can, A. Mix one cup of grated plne-
be laid out In a lot 215 yard* apple, one-half cup of pulveriacd
A Problem A Day
At Local Electric Rale*
Prool ef Ktfvmitor'l
all around economy
[•ration y°uJ\a'«tnfr°m ijOSO
or. - • n'*K , w co»t . - • *nd
\ d*-ru ‘ur#r’
»ma**n8 n . iiporDO^^*
„.B buy * KtlVIHATO"
075444 yds. Explanation—Multi-
ply 215 by 3.1416 (pil.
Bill* V. Gregory. 906 SouUi Rock
Island avenue, la 111 at his home
with an attack of tnflucnsa.
sugar, and one tablespoon of lemon
MBs Ruth need, student at the
University of Oklahoma In Norman,
la spending the Rttt-Omi with her
parents, Mr. and Mr*. A. T. Reed
513 South Barker avenue
By ROBERTA LEE
Q Would it be all right for a
divorced wife to send heirloom*
that were given her by her hu»
band* family to hi* second wife?
A. It would be much belter to re
turn these heirloom* to Uie donor*.
Q. Which I* more fashionable.
Uie home christening or Ute church
A. Til* 1* usually a matter of
Q. Is It necessary to acknowledge
an invitation to a formal teaT
A Yea. If the letter* R 8. V. P.
appear on Uie Invitation.
All Mason* Are Reqwr*Ud Te
Meet Al The Manontc Temple
Feb. 21—9:30 A. M.
To Allend The I unreal Of fhir
Ute Brother D. I). Rail-hack
Vincent Harper, W.M.
We’ve taken t
rough ride over the
prices for the Laat
Kound*Up in our
b i g Quit-Buidnet*
Sale! You never
saw such values be-
fore . . . PerhtpR
You’ll Want To Have A Front Sett
For Tliiti Itodco Of Dargainti—So, See
NOWDAY’S DAILY TtBIffll
El Reno Mercantile Co.
Fred A. Wewrrka, Prep.
CWvere.t ^ fa. t m.lona.
‘WE DO PLUMBING, TOO*
WE STILL HAVE A FEW NEW 1937
AT SAVINGS UP TO
Full Five-Year Guarantee! Ad Quickly!
Phone 220 “VVe Do Plumbing, Too"
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