The El Reno Sunday Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 39, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 30, 1930 Page: 2 of 8
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Honest Abe and Ganna
Flour milled in El Reno.
Laboratory tested and per-
fect in quality all the time.
L C. GADBERRY
EL RENO SUNDAY
EL RENO SUNDAY
CHURCH 8ER VICES
With your LIFE INSURANCE problem
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance O
Brass Tacks on the Sunday School lesson
HIIST (KRIsm* (KIM1I
Church School at 9:30.
Morning Worship at 10:45.
C. A. Societies At 8:30.
Special Musical at 7:15,
Evening Servlets 04-7:39... .
The church forced are gather-
ing for the Important work of
financing thO church for 1931.
Every effort Jtljl be mude to
raiiif the budget In weekly
pledge*. The date for the Kvery
Member Canvass Ih aet for Sun-
day D*c,/l4th. On that day the
member* of the church will he
anked un a matter of loyalty to
stay home from 2. to 4 p. m.
Many of the teacher* of the
Sunday School are planning to
attend the leadership Training
School to he hold at the Kaxarine
Church thin week.
The great “One Day Conven-
tion ' of our Churches will ho
held at Oklahoma City this week
at the First Chrlatian Church
A number-have signified their
Inientlon of attending.
A man's stag “atew party" la
being planned for all the men of
Hie church Dec. loth. Much In-
terest Is being ar roused.
The choir la working hard
these daya on their Christmas
Cantata It In an extra diffi-
cult Cantata and much hard work
Ih neceHNary for the presentation.
A great Christina* White (lift
Service In being planned.
.Many IntereKting announce-
ment* of eventN and activities
will be made Sunday.
A.growlng, happy, busy,
church luvltes you to any and
all HervJceM. We have a place for
every member of your family In
our church school. We want to
prove our welcome.
Woodson and Barker
James K McConnell, pastor
•The culture of the flock of
Christ," will he the pastors Bun-
day morning theme. The choir
will slug the beautiful anthem,
VWe march to victory/*
The pastor's Sunday evening
subject will be, “A dead love
quickened." Special music by the
choir, Miss Studley, director and
Mrs. Spencer, organist.
The live Sunday school of this
chtrrch meets at 9:45 with Mf.
Maddox, supt. Classes for all
For tho Wall Drested
Moo sod Women
Citizens National bank
ELITE BEAUTY SHOPPE
Permanents to suit your personality
All kinds of BEAUTY WORK
NELL JONES RITTER
• a wedi
\. and I
Hie K. H
d the h(
tm the K
Calls answered day and night
Office phone 101
The leagues all meet at 6:80
o'clock. Sunday evening With
good programs. The senior lea-
gue has been reorganised with o
fine set of new officers—Prof
Bast Is the new president. The
Junior-Intermediate society is
running big—the attendance of
late has been from fifty to sixty,
under the leadership* of' Mr.
Visitors and strangers receive
a cordial welcome at all the
services of this church..
Delicacies Served for Suitable Occasions
“GENE RUNS IT”
Conservative Investment Co.
CITY LOANS - INSURANCE
M. A. Ashbrook, Sec’y. B. D. Ash brook. ]
rHKflltYTKItlA* ( Hi m H
Edward Murray Clark, Minister
Church School at 9:43.
Morning Worship at 11:4.0. Ser-
mon: 'Whosoever, or The Com-
mon Bight to His Grace." Mr.
Dewitt Geph&rt will sing at this
service. * •' •
Tuxla Society at 6:3o.
Evening Worship at 7:80. The
Young Peoples Choir will slug
"(Join Home" by Dvorak. The
sermon theme Is the fourth of
the pastor's series on “The Idols
of Today," a study of "Entertain-
ment/1 _ . - :
. All Presbyterians, and especial-
ly those connected with the
Church School Ih any official
capacity afe urged to attend and
take a course In the second an-
nual l^eadyrshlp Training School
which opens at the Naxareno
church at three o'clock this after-
Laying, Sanding, New and Old Floors
Residence Phone 665 Office 34
DOG FEED-CHICKEN FEED
Special—$5.00 Meal Ticket for 14.50
GREEN FROG CAFE
Open Day and Night 211 South Bickfcri
JOt ROUSH, Proprietor
to took and to save that
influential element. Hut Jeaus
was not seeking his own Interests
on this, his final Journey to Jeru-
salem or at any other time. "For
the Son of Man came to seek and
to Nave that which was lost."
Zacchaeua .was rich and powerful
In the commercial life of Jericho,
hut Jesus hsw him not in this
guise, but as a lost slnnei*, hun-
gering for* the spiritual life he had
been offering the nation, and
JesuH knew that Zacehaeus* / Aa*
gorneH to Hee him evidenced a soul
hungering and thirsting after
righteousnes, .and he determined
to satisfy this hunger rather than
hiH own hy Inviting himself to he
guest of- Zacchaeua' table that
A Genuine Conversion
That Zacchaeus was genuinely
converted from the sinful life of a
typical tax grafter of the day
evidenced In Ills cqnfeFsfon which
he-made frankly and unashamedly,
"Behold. Lord, the half of my
goods, I give to the poor;, and If
I have wrongfully exacted aught
of any -man, I restore fourfold."
He was willing not only to con-
fess his pant wrongs In business,
but to make full restoration and
more. * Religion was not to be a
cloak to hide his HlnH, hut the
means of beginning ^a new and
changed life. Therefore. Jesus an-
swered the criticism of his hob-
nohlng with such a sinner by say-
ing. "Today is salvation come to
this house, for as much, as he
also Is a son of Abraham.” •'
(The Internallopol J^nlform Les-
son for Nov. 30 Is Luke 19:1-10.
the subject being “Zacchaeug the
Publican: a HuHlness Man Con-
verted," and the Holden Text,
Luke 19:10, "The Son of Man is
coma to seek- amt to save that
Which Is lost.") •* ' - >'
Choctaw “We Deliver” Phone 197
Ined at «
th a la
id Mrs. j
H and v»
Tht tendency of the- times it for young women to prefer
work in an office or store rather than housework. This con-
stant tension all day often racka the nerves. The best plan
for a woman who Is working it high speed is to take a bottle
or two of BULL'S HERBS AND* IRON. We have it.
( hristian m ientk services
Christian Science services cor-
ner London and Hoff Streets. Sun-
day morning at 11 o'clock. Sub-
ject: "Ancient And Modern Necro-
mancy, Allas Mesmerism And
Hypnotism. Denounced." Holden
Text: Romans 12:21. “He not
overcome of evil, but overcome
with good/* Sunday School at
9:45. Testimonial services Wed-
nesday at X o’clock The reading
rooms, located at 107vEojit Wade,
are .open from 11:80 to 4:30,
except Sundays "and legal holi-
not try a sandwich at
WALKER'S PIG STAND
Corner Bickford and London
* 700 South Bickford
Rev. J, W. Host, pastor, Mf
Harold Cory, Sunday school sup-
“■ Sunday Bible School, 9:45 A.
Investment Securities — Insurance
. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BLDO.
Office Phone 121 Reeldei
Representative* Cltlee Service Co. Henry L. Doh.rtv
'. and M
Preaching. 11 A. M. and 7:80
P, M. by the pastoi*. Subject
morning hour. The Bible. The
evening hour will he Evangelistic.
The Union Christian Workers
Training School will meet with
us at 3:00 P. M. and each eve-
ning through next week at 7:80
P. M. Everyone Invited ,tn at-
tend all these services.
Make the Ideal Chriatma* Gift
Are lmprwi»iv<v- Are the moat personal.
Are Easily Mailed and eliminate tedious shop-
Have Them Made Now, At
F. E. Arnold Monimeat Co.
End of South Macomb
• .% ' i' * '
Come in and inspect new line of Cook Stoves*
CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1st Suuday In Advent
Holy Communion, 8:00 a. m.
Church>School, 9:30 a. m.
Morning /Prayer and Sermon.
Monday, December 1st: Cor-
porate Communion, Brotherhood
of St. Andrew, 7:30 a. m.
(Three miles east of Union).
Worship begins at 10 a. m. and
will today Include the celebra-
tion of Holy Communion.
Sunday school and Bible class
at 11 a. m.
The Rev. K. H. Rchaaf from
ChickaHha will conduct the serv-
ices. “A Changless Christ for a
Gas Company Has
Courtesy to All—Ambulance Service
100 S. Barker. Phone 120.
EL RENO OKARCRE
O. R. Nelson, of Oklahoma
City, is the new superintendent
Of the Oklahoma „ Natural (las
company plant in this city, re-
placing E. R. McCutcheon; who
was ^transferred to Bt. Johns,
Kansas, a few weeks ago. Mr.
Nelson has been driving back
and fourtlTbetween El Reno and
Oklahoma City for several weeks.
The new superintendent 1 has
moved his family from - Okla-
homa City to 507 North Choctaw
avenue. ~ .
U8 help you select your full assortment of
HardTd Higgins, of Band Springs,
is spending the week-end with
his father, Lr O. Higgins, 611
South Bickford avenue.
12 in the home of Mrs. H. C
Skinner, 10.\J South Ellison ave
Friday with their daughters. I
Vlra Pittenger and Mrs. £
Morrison and Mr. Morrison..-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Patxack
and daughters entertained with
a well appointed turfiley dinner
Friday in theii; home, east of
Union City/ '~
Guests were limited to relatives
of Mrs. Patxack and were Mrs.
I.ula Williamson, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Williamson and. ‘little
son,* of Han Antonio, Tex*--Mr.
and Mrs. C. DeUnOi of Karla-
boro, Mrs. Beulah McMahan and
daughter, of Pawnee. Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. McMahan, of Apache.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McMahan
and Mrs. W. H. McMahan, of
Mlnco, W. T. McMahan and son.
Percy, of Healdton, Mrs. F. W.
McMahan and Mrs. J; B. Kelly*
of K! Reno, Mr. and Mrs^ Kenton
Petree and family, Mr. and Mrs.
John Me Mahan and family, Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Messenger and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
McMahan and Mrs. D. P. Richard-
son, all of Union City. * j, .*
Mrs. John^L. Funk, 700 South
Hoff avenue, w#h an Oklahoma
City visitor Friday.
Mlsaes Gertrude and BMP
Davis, 511 South Macomb aveoi
spent Friday la Oklahoma C«1
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Gamble, of
A read la
are spending the weak-1 FOR FAMILY THURSDAY.
. «■ ' l=*^*= I end in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
In Enfif. TOey attended the KnldM. Burge, 1119 West Wood- M ' d Mrs K<l S"Pet!'’ fi2"
El Reno football game In the son street.;-' South Mitchell avenue, entertaln-
afternoon. I - • ed Thanksgiving . day at a well
——— . ^ . .1 and Mrs. Leonard 8. Jef* appointed turkey dinner for the
Mis.s Pearl llitd - departed for an(i nun, Leonard, 818 South family.
h#*r homo in Plattamouth, Nebr., Murker avenue, spent Friday at Covers
Saturday night following a "few honwv of Rev. and MrX Thomas | Mrs. (L E
diiy*/ visit In the home of her Mabley in Enid
aunt, Mrs. Emma Smith, 619 “
East Wade street. - - Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Wright, | Mrs
' j- I 909 South Macomb avenue, have
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hampton I returned from i
and Kon. Hob, 719 South William* with th« latter'* parent*, Mr. and I Mr,
uvenue, »ipent .Thursday with Mr*. Adrian Melton In Chlckaalm
Dr. W. J. Muny, 212 South
Evans avenue, Is convalescing
from a few days' Illness.
Mrs. J. Q. Gardner, Mr». »
0. Morris and daughter, MtaiW
Belle* 703 South Williams awn
spent Friday In Oklahoma City
— TO REMODEL HOUSE .
A building permit was issued Miss Gladys Dunn, member of
Friday to Mrs. ft. J. Sadler for tha Central school faculty, fs vls-
permission to build m addition Ring relatives in Hydro.
to her residence at 242 North L N . -
avenue In Fair addition. The re- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor, 204
modeling will cost $700. North Barker avenue, were Okla-
—-— hotua City visitors Friday. \ .
Miss Kittle Webb
Admire avenue, spei
were laid for 5f/. and
. Sheets and daiig]t\*r.
Miss Grace, Mr. and Mr?. R. L.
Jennings and : family. Mr.^and
----. Newt Jennings and
family, Mr. and "Mrs. Frank
a faw days' visit | Hawkins and family,’ Mr. * and
Floyd Sheets and"* family
and Dan Horner. •
^ Autumn flowers In .gay colors
were used about the room and
to decorate the dinner Jable..
Miss Dorothy Wlard. M
arlllo. Tex., Is spending
Thanksgiving holidays wltk
Katherine Arnold, 618 Soul!
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Atkinson
d son, William, of Hutchinson,
ns., are guests ^7>f relatives
. Mini Jana Mae Huff, 501 Bun-
Drive, Is spending the
Thanksgiving vacation with her
parents In Sayre. " \
_ Fahneaipck and daunhUr, Virginia
„ _ . ■ _ . Ann, of Oktnu)gee.
and Mrs. Wm. * Korgan, . :
daughter Mine Irene and aon, *,r. and Mr*. John W. Mac, of
J*"' ®V* of. Mr WHicheater. Ind. arrived Saturday
K#or«*ni **n- A. Morgan. f0r a week'* Tbit In the home of
!. Tf*-’ gueat* the former’* brother, 8. 8. Macy
Thursday of Iff. and Mr* John and Mra. Macy, 702 South Wll-
l.lnbar In Watonga. llama avenue.
^ r .1 • I * * * ' | k *- 9 a1 m
rMlox Lorafnn and Lntoti (Sonny Mr. and Mrs! John Habile,- of
*02? DjMy. MBitl; Donald Chicago. 111., were El fteno vlal-
avenue, have retained from a tew tors Saturday. . They were en
days visit at the hom* of their route to Oklahoma City, ' where
vrandpnRBflL Hr. and Mr«. w, Ifr* they will be guests of the latter'a
I)on,r ln 0k,I|ftoMt ClfT. . brother; Gus ft. ChosUIn and Mra,
Mist Opal Bsmuslson and Em- -_
nett Thom peon attended A dfti- R,v and Mra. T. 8. Pittenger.
ner-dance at the Oklahoma City. (17 South Rock Ialand avenue
Oolf and Country club (Nlehota have returned from Tulea where
HiHej Friday evening, they aoent ThanksKivln* Dev and
Miss Eleanor Wheeler, of Me
Alester, • is spending the Thanks
giving vacation With 'Miss Eliza
b«dh Creasey, 903 Bunset Drive.
FRIDAY RRI1n;R CLUB.
Mrs, E. 8 ,Cupjp, Mrs. L. L.
J^arks, Mrs. Jessie Blggert" and
Mrs. laula Forrest were additional
|HHJH Hoy Noblitt,
405 North Rock Island avenue,
entertained tke Friday Bridge
c)ub November 28. \J- ■
. Yellow chryHknthemums* arid
hints of Thanksgiving were used
In the decorations and the holi-
day note was repeated In the
details of the games and lunch
appolntment.s. ■ ' ^ I
were High score for the club mem-
' .Of bers was made by Mrs. H. E
«Mc- Shaffer, while Mrs. Cupp held
ii of high for the guests. . '
After the games Mrs. Shaffer
and and Mrs. C.\ 8. Singleton assisted
son, the hostess iti serving. The club
Me- will hold their annual Chrlstmik
party and gift exchange December
Mrs. Glen Mutlow, of I^eban- the BCbools In Anadarko, is
on, Tenn., is visiting with her 1 "P^Dding -the-Thanksgiving holl-
p.irenta, Mr. and Mrs. C. L Bar-
rett, 415 South Admire avenue.
She was accompanied to El fte-
| Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis de no by. Mrs. I). A. Marlow, who
parted for their home In, Ok- has been a guest for tire past
mulgee Friday afternoon, follow- fortnight of her son, Glen Marlow
Ink* a big visit - with Mr. and and wife in l*ebanon. Miss Mar-
Mrs. J. O. Cbamness, 1008 Bim goexj^e^Marlow, who attends MIs-
set Drive. /' *our1 Uni versify In Columbia. Mo.,
r- sfYendlng the Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mra. .Chas. L. Martin .holidays here with her parents,
and. son, Charles Frank, 312 Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Marlow. Her
past London atreet, spent Thurs- mother will accompany her • to
a day with Mr. Martin's parents, Columbia to spend the remainder
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Martin i of the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Flanigan
and daughter,. Ml«a Helen,-11^8
South Barker avenue, spent
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. w.-.r
Flanlgah In Enid. /* ■
P«rt of Oor
IHXVRR THI RSDAV.
Mr. and Mra. Jack Gibson, ItOO
East Ash atre«t, entartalnml
Thursday at a well appointed
Thanksflvlna dinner. Their rumIs
were Mr. and Mra. W. F. Brady
and family, of Shawnee, and Mr.
and Mra. William F. Ilrady, Jr.,
of Oklahoma City.
• George Leighton, of Calumet,
and William O'Toole were the 7
b'clock dinner guests , Saturday
evening of Mr. and Mrt. Herbert
Keller, 715 West Wade itreeL^
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Blair, James R. & Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Sunday Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 39, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 30, 1930, newspaper, November 30, 1930; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc925521/m1/2/: accessed February 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.