The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 39, No. 236, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 4, 1930 Page: 3 of 6
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PAY, NOVEMBER 4,
FRENCH MEMORY WIZARD
- DIET AND HEALTH
CLKNDCNING, M. D*‘ Author of “Thg Human
of awkward totala. dividing, a'ub-| foreign
•#lf you write down figures for
mo 1 find calculations more difft-
PARIS, Nov. 4 - (IP>- Jacques
llghtnlag calculator and
^_ f 1 memory man la going to retire,
[?* . ^1 ^ bocaugo be forgot his own birth*
Evidences Of Primitive '*•>• h® i» known to thousand* of
•V American vaudeville fans.
Man Discovered For r»o years ho has toured tho
^ '-*• , , world, adding up and subtracting
a . and recalling dates and now he
HT. (SaRMIL. HI.. Nov. «. UP) L., |orgoU#. t0 remenlber lhc
—ISvIdeucea of primitive wan, moit |mporUnt date In hli own
A' British scientist • oetlmatoa
Tell them to mol that earthquakes cause tho deaths
lustead, 1 find that easier
memory Is an audible one, so tolyear.
speak, not visual." \ I " •
• InSudi Ik one of the rare per- There are 241. American I
sons born with phenomenal mnem-1 and more than S.ooo America!
onlc powera. partlculary whon ap- business In Shanghai.
plied to calculation. He can tottl ' f4 —
you off hand the eiact number of The population ot New Yor
potatoes he planted In his gar- T.. la growing at the rate o
MIt was any wife who caught I den at Champlgny, near Pat la, • day. _ «
me In this my only mistake In myjthe number, of carrota, turnips * ——•
career as a memory man," Inaudl] and cauliflowers. He can give In the first ahalf of UW
•aid to Interviewers. "I have haf- the square root of 60 figures In were fewer grude crossing t
fled audiences in every quarter of a row in five seconds. enta thun in any corrcspoi
the globe, but VJP was stunned | He has been round the world | y«*r *lnce IMS.
when my wife gave me a knitted many times, adding up sums for -
tie and I couldn't think what It theater audiences. In his villa at More than 4 one-fourth of
was for until she told me." Champlgny he will try and forget telephones In the United k
In his career, Inaudl has tied jail about figures, except when hla|*re uow of the dial type,
figures In knot*, so to speak, parrot now and again puts a pui-
finding In a flash the square root tier and asks for a quick answer. The bureau of motor vel
My eminent rival.'In advising jh»
public on health matter* Mr. Samuel
tilythe, informed the readers ot a
well-known mtgaxino a abort time
ago that tbs old Ideas about the in-
fluence of starches on fat format lea
were all wrong, and that fat makea
fat I agree with him.
The elimination of fat la hard, be-
cause It Includes all the sauces and
dressings which give so much flavor
and gusto to the food. But ones done.
It yields great results. “Flavor and
gusto" are your enemies, anyhow.
No aalad dressing. There are MM
calories In an ordinary serving of
French dressing or mayonnaise.
No gravy. Little or no butter.
Little or no cream.
Just eliminating aweets and flirt
will go a long way towards keeping
your weight down. But think what
a lot of good things to eat remain for
1II0N.N I6HT p-'- a*
__- - I’ Kongental Klub. Hostess. Mrs.
W. W. Mathews, 1050 South JC1-
r t1 Taken At llsou avenue.
Wednesday Bridge Club. Hoat-
■ at ll:oU p. m. MM, Mr*. John C. DeLana. 800
, . South Macomb avenue. fk
OT D.O, Club, Hostess, Mrs. W.
i in El Reno and! C. Coon, 004 Sunset Drive. —
T. M.• T. , M. Club. Hostess,
Mrs. Alien Patterson, 200 North
C. D. A. ? o'clock banquet an I
Installation of officers at K. C.
what you will do
You will pounoe
on them, and
start to try them
out You f IP
neglect all the
which make for
a u c c•a a And
then If you are
not eylph-llke at
the end of a week
you will blame
dreds of pounds near here, may
give scientists Important data as
to Indian habitation along Wa-
tjje announcement of
„ tniage of Mlaa Margaret
nun t'i Albert Jones,'"Eoln^li
\ w ^
u ,m which wa, solemnised
,! Vi lock Monday evening
h: ' 'r- O. T. C. Club. lioateM, Mrs
Tli, .......calve ceremony wa, L. C. Collier, 918 South Ma
H Kcv. John U. Fluke, comb avenue.
„ „ Hi.- Kvangellcal church. Jolly Ktght Bridge Club. Host
Hinttlu hi, aludy. Only ess. Mr*. John B. Smith, 41
l„n,l;1ni were the groom's »!»• North Bickford avenue.
‘ \li S K. Co*, and Mr. Col. ThumUy
J,,. j„„cs i, tbo daughter of Talk A Bit Club. Ho,lean, Mrs
r »ii(l 'dr,.. Ohorge Burton, Don D. Cole, 708 South William
i of town. -She graduat- avenue.
I (rul,i (he Kl Reno high acool Axulkit Club. Hoateas, Ml,
Hli |he das, of '3» and ha, I Bather Yale. __
t„ n employed at the F. Trl HI Club. Hostes®, Mra. Ho
Woolworth (tore here. ward Colllna, 1011 South Hoi
Mr Jones', hoii of Mr. und Mrs. avenue. t
A jon. v Rabbin* addition. Is Friday
a iiuiiiur student of the El Faxtlrtie Club. Hostes,. Mra. 1
high htbool and la now em-|A Shumard, *18 Weal Jenkln
i at the Henry Schafer Oil atreet.
(Bipativ station. J- C. L. Club. Hoateas, Mr
Th. young Couple will make Milton Blomberg. 028 South Hat
iflr home in tlila city, where den avenue.
have u hoat of frienda to Klltlme Klub. Hostes*. Mis
Hi thi in a safe-and prosperous June Coykendall, 413 North Roc
lurmv over the sea of matrl- Island avenue.
the household must be In sympathy
with the victim, especially the cook.
This J* not always easy to arrange,
for the good old reason that "nobody
'°VThVn 't'tLTenU. altltud. of H <Uh* t0“‘
"patient” must be right You ar. or bro(h, , 0f
going on a diet not for^an !hour._n 11 rhoic, 0f spinach, asparagus,
Di«r^h. »..» partjsf th. MM
tnatmooL ■ lunch.
First, no alcohol. Yon art not Just ^hs same or green beans, turnips,
taking s ride on ths water wagon, gtrtng beans, beets or green pets
You are up to stay. Alcohol spares wjtb t of toftgt M(j an orange,
fat. It yields seven calories per tea- ^ of pineippie# pome berrlpa or a
npoonful. and Is burned more readily p«.ach for dessert, with black coffee
than foodetuffs, thus saving them to for dinner. , ±
be turned Into fat 4 — —
. 8econd. the sweets. Carbohydrates [EDITORS NOTE: A new pam-
are probably not aa active In forming phlet, •'Instructions for tho Treat-
fat aa was once supposed, but they ment of Diabetes," by Dr. Clenden^*
must be eliminated from the diet In Ing. can be obtained by sending 10
part, just the same. The easiest I cents In coin and a self-addre«**d.
place to do this 4a sweets. Cut out stamped envelops, to Dr. L/uin
desserts, cake, eugsr in your coffee. Clendenlng. In care of this p«p« • *
candy. Ice cream sodas, maple syrup. Central Frees Association. 141V %
etcT One slice of bread at a meal la Twelfth atreet, Cleveland, a^bs
enough. Saccharin# la a aubatanco pamphlet on "flygtene of \vopmW
vithout food value, Which la sweeter I also is available for 10 eent#.1
A third of all the ltgh tab I pa on
the Atlantic coact are concentrat-
ed off Massachusetts.
uoio., lost ms mousiacne Decause Says Bruce W. Steele of El
he held a lighted match in a Faso, Tex.,"I’m out to beat. King
manhole when searching for a Solomon at his own game—-the
gU leak, marriage game,* and he‘s got a
—- _ fair start aa he has already been
Tnmv Thnnin«<m. * 4-vpar-old married 14 times.
Owners or operstora of public
automobiles in Paris, France, must
carry a minimum of $6,000 accid-
ent Insurance. ' .
years. Judge Samuel A Da via of vf 1
iMnbury, Conn., lnatructed that a Mua* auffer from atoBMCl
attempted be.,mrde ®ut f“r hJ.m "J trouble, indigestion, constipe
»( Denver, •>« then tined himself $2. the |ion< Must hare lost eppetiti
,n ,hU ,e*. IZluTrltn •»<* Must feel ion
Piece of violating the parking rule. ^ ^ ^ M-#t |<H>k
(lust Watiow, of Milwaukee, *?-. “u,t *?** •* ni«ht
rented the burned his wife's matress. ex- « he haf kidney or lrver trou-
iture golf plaining that she "slept too hie to much the better. Prer
rh on the'much." eronce given to old. ospori-
profanity j - enced tick people who ban
of the Because he peeped through a “ti
' window at . a courting couple, ho
i Geo. Brassln of St. Louis wts
pilth sHOWEll. X della
Bonday afternoon a group of evening w
Vn<U gathered at the home of en at th<
In Jot l Harrison, 914 South and Violl
nijiuniN avenue, and entertain- the city.
1 with a surprise shower.and Follow!
aYlur.k covered dish luncheon, enjoyed
Tht* dining table, where the various g
2 ladies spread their well ap- featured.
Hilled luncheon, was attractively Those
worsted with varl-coiored aut- nre were
Inn Idootns from the flower gard- Bernice i
i»f several of the hostesses. Avis Ter
The hoiioree was presented Dorothy
ian> dainty and useful gifts in (Mildred
L shower. Following the lunch- jj^frona *
bn the afternoon was spent fn* pHfldya Tt
Lrtnaily at bridge, -t ’ . Bright
for hard work.
Apply in person, if you
the sick man we want,
these authorised drum
her husband with
cruelty Mrs. Isabel T. Mitchell of |fid below land fire him the
Mount Vernon, N. Y„ who weighs
230 pounds, xubd for a divorce
when bet husband bought * mid-
get automobile. , —
job of making you well in 30
Ask for a trial of Dr. Park-
orange Colored can*
Answer this "ad." at this au
thorixed druggist: v—
BLAIR, The Druggist
You Will Like Our. Service
Phone 780- ,
Charles Green of Columbus, O.,
told the police, when they~found
him suffering from lack of
nourishment, that he had rathar
starve to death-than to eat po-
tatoes. as this was the only food
complexion soap, only stocb market quotations H
th salts, 2.000 tons board for Chinese. It is operated Ark
entlon only a few jn San Francisco’s Chinatown. ***
The first, division of the Prea-
llffian General Society of Worn-
iis Work will meet at-2:34)
Mock Tlmrsduy afternoon .ywlth
Ik I lor a Slone, 320 North Bar-
Vt avenue, instead of with Mrs.
IMP. Murphy as has been an-
ternoon wun me reauiur juji
members. •* I_
After the needle work hour a|rr"
clever contest was enjoyed. Mfs. II
1,00 Anthis was’ the fortunate |
contestant and was presented a
while Mrs. S. M. A
“ i "booby *. : . vom
At the close of the afternoon and
i. Wilson Invited the^ ladles to b*\\
the dining room where a delicious lone
duck luncheon was shu
Mn Murphy has been
•t of town because of Illness
You simply can't please every- Mr.* and Mrs. George E. v* 11-
body. • A negro preacher of Hot kowske. of Calumet, were dinner
Springs has protested against the guests Sunday of Peter Weicher
Amos 'n* Andy broadcasts, on the and family, 419 South Evans ave-
ground that "they portray a aide nue. — . '
of our race we least desire to ---
have portrayed, laxy, shiftless and Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wll-
drifting." kowske. of Calumet, and the lat-
—» . • —-- ter’s stater, Miss Cathryn Weicher,
Persons who desire to have • 419 8outh Evans avenue.^ spent
green lawn the year around may J Sunday afternoon In Okarche,
take a tip from Edgar Swan of
Vancouver. For several years he ___^ii»in
tried without success to raise rCI T Xflll TIRFIl
grass In his yard, as the soil was FtLI XIHI—IJWwP
unsuitable. At last he gave the fll M FFD lilCI I
lawn a coating of concrete and III XlPPP Wrl 1
painted It green... •
Most Americans know that [4^ 5tJ9 Shi Wit
George Washington was versatile w . j _Took
and engaged In many activities t , . _.j
during his lifetime. But probably! . - CartHB,
few know that he was once a _ ^ ^ 4^- • m
hook agent, and canvassed In ^
Alexandria. Va., and. vicinity- fo* emm of
a hook entitled "The American 1 Oafdui.
Savage; How He May Be Tamed ^ ^ w9*kS my* 1ft*
by the Weapons of Civilisation." 1 Tfcwnit^ -|(y back gavt «
of which he sold about 200 copies. ^ trouble I fait hka my back
UJi A BIT ( Lt B.
keeting of the Talk A Bit club I dainty prise,
Inrsday evening will be with Haxen received Ihe
Irs. Don I). Cole, 706 South At the l
Mluins avenue, Instead of with Mrs. —
lr»> J, P, Neal as was announc-r. _
4 in the Tribune Monday. two course
■g • • • y served.
MUA EIGHT BRIDGE CLUB. Next meeting of the club will A
^ - , , be Tuesday, November 18. whon cover
Th- Jolly Light Bridge club I rovcrwj luncheon will be I sheet
1,1 ,M entertained Wednesday ^ a| x 0»c|0ck in the home paper
kfterucMsn by Mrs. John E. Smith. I f MrH Fred ConMUe8t at the ~ -
The SouthweM Ublity lea U>mpany
is a GIANT induatiy. It manulacturea
ice, ice cream* butter and dairy products
for 361 communities in Oklahoma, Kan-
san and Teaaa, with a combined popula-
tions excess of 500.000. ;
Serving these communities are 30 ice
manufacturing plants, 40 ice storage
he ^Perfect Finish
five cold storage warehouses: and two
milk condensories. .,
Its daily ice manufacturing capacity is
1,500 tons, ice cream manufacturing ca-
pacity (eight-hour day) 50.240 quarts, its
ice storage capacity 25,000 tons, lee cream
storage capacity 250,000 quarts and its
cold storage capacity 421,220 cubic feet
AU these plant* and services are be-
hind the company's 7 percent QmW0
live Preferred Stock, which now i» being
made available in units as small as $ 100,
and on terms aa low aa $10 down and
jV**t»ny smoothness of
Martha Lre Face Powder
toakf* it the perfect finishing
touch for your make-up. It
Rives your face new loveliness
thai enhance* your charm. It,
** Hne-textured, medium
J^ght. will not clog pores In
fie»h,white brunette, ok! ivory,
*•1 M eatfly perfumed.
A ^London, Eng. » each and ihe my q( a ^llor wftB
wnted a .peels! Pr«P*r.tton or g mont„
cigarettes which lights them lm* _^_ . .
mediately when they are rubhfd w r T |r. hoI.DS >1 KKTINti
on the package. _ COVINGTON, Oil,.. Not. 4 (1?)
—msssss=^sssssssssssssss a—Mrs. George Rainey, Enid, was
* ■ 1 — the principal speaker »t a mset-
NOTICE I Ing of the'Garfield district W. C.
All members of Fraternal Or- It. U. here recently. Mrs. Rainey
der of Eagles yho are out of I U state parllemenUrian of the
Amiilnvment. see or. rail Hay I W. C., T. U. . - **
NEW RESIDENT#. ,
Mr. and Mra. M. B. PleVce and
two' small sons. Madison and
Daniel, will soon .move Into the
W. M. .Wallace home, 615 poutu
The (amity con>ee, here from
Shawnee and Mr. fierce ts Ih the
accounting department ot the
TO AID ROAD I’HOMOTKRtt
v ENID, Okla.. Nov. 4—<li*> —
The chamber of Commerce or
Enid wilt lend every assistance
possible to those promoting the
new highway from Canada to the
Panama canal. It was decided at
a meeting her, recently.
JONES DRUG STORE
Kdith Mae Haynes
teacher of piano
nning System for Beginners
Studio: 311 0att London.
.aSmiHA TO BEND
8UPULPA, Okla., Nov. 4 <LP>—
A representative will be sent from
Sapulpa to the conference lnT)al-
las, Texas, Nov. 24 on auto and
airplane accidents, the chamber of
commerce has announced. Every
southwestern state will he rep-
resented at the meeting.
WANTED «— Furniture Repair
and Upholstering. Calltd
fof »nd delivered.
Reno Second Hand Co.
429. 104-06 N. R- L
Wednesday Night. Nov
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