The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 214, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 7, 1943 Page: 3 of 6
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November 7, 1943
unday, November 7,1943
El Keno (OklaJ Dally Tribune
Ages 35 to 50
iuard Work at
DICK HER WIG
Mr of CoMtfrrf Office
The Doctor's Daughters
"day: Nov.8 IIBaptist Union
V M. lo 3 I*. M.
By FAITH BALDWIN
Members of the Woman's So-
clety of Christian Service of the her trie-; that bo^ .7.1
NEA SERVICE, INC.
TIIE STORY: When Doctor Halt *T hadn’t. It was a chance, and ever it is it would smell of.” said
announces he is about lo engage I had to have some sort of an In- Nancy. * No. poor young doctors
a young assistant, both of his come.” • Jtf aren’t in my line/’
daughters are interested. Emily, a Doctor Hall's great voice boomed “They were in mother’s” Emily
Visiting Nurse, is glad because it through the house. He was de- , reminded her.
will relieve her father of night ’ manding—“Emily—Ellen — Where’s ‘That’s why,” said her sister
fixpedim a (fafiui
t motor and you
hie. Your car will
A coupon go
ul the next,
urly all pat*
ve your ex-
Business and Study
j Every Womans Bible Study club.
Hostess. Mrs. O. L. Dale, 501 South
Rock Island avenue.
First Methodist church conducted
division meetings Thursday in the
homes of various members.
Mrs. S. Hoyd Wilson, 401 Sou'ii ^ antklote to boredom.
Barker avenue, was hostess to the
first division. Mrs. Joe Woods led
|i Circle meetings of the Women's
missionary Union of the First Bap-
4kt church were conducted Thurs-
j jMrs. A G. Guth. 411 North Bick-
ind avenue, served as hostess to
Past Oracles club. Hostess. Mrs. j tlle ies#oll on Africa and Mrs. Ed-
Emmett Mark, 812 South Hadden win H Grant was in charge of the
avenue. devotiouals. A vocal solo was pre-
Mu Gamma Chi. Hostess, Mrs. snt<e(j py Miss Mary Helen Marsh.
$ ft t
“Very,” said Emily, laughing
t To Be Continued)
early for his appointment
Father's calling you,
Members present included Mr
Elmer Brown, Mrs. Nell Burmeier
George Cavins, 7il South Hadden
„........... .......and dll*le“ h°n°r of thei™- -n~™rJ ^ R
P* was opened by ibe watchword at ^ , 0 a F haU.
he Ann Judson circle. The meet
pea ted by the group. Mrs. Frank
nith, chairman, presided over the
mess session and Mrs. Cash led
ic Bible lesson.
One guest. Mrs. H E Phillips,
Business and Professional Wo-
men’s club. Dinner at 6:45 p. m.
at First Methodist church.
Ladies Auxiliary to the Switch-
men’s Union of North America.
Lawrence King, Mrs. R. J. Mc-
Ginnis, Mrs. Joe Myers. Mrs. H. E
Porter. Mrs. F. R. Sltton, Mrs.
Effie Weaver, Mrs. Melvin Halt-
man. Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Grant and
L. L. L. Sunday school class of
the First Baptist church convened
with Mrs. B E. Carder. 503 South
Williams avenue, Friday afternoon.
The hostess was assisted by Mrs.
id seven members were present, in- | HosUSiS al riTUiar mectinu at 8 |
Aiding Mrs Smith. Mrs. J. H. Ban •
ter, Mrs. W. J Stoehr, Mrs. Min-
McCarty, Mrs. J. E Sturdevant,
rs. J. E Padgett and Mrs. Cash.
I Mrs Sturdevant. 519 East Wade
reet, will entertain this circle in
r home on Nov. 16
Hilda Hancock circle enjoyed a Reno avenue.
o'clock luncheon at the home of j -
!rs. R. O. Carter, 621 South Reno
els under wealthy Aunt Martha's “That won't be the last time | Milltcent spoke, not turning. She
patronage were cut short by that you’ll hear that,” prophesied Emily, said,
lady’s remarriage, thinks it may She broke off, “There’s Nancy,” “Nancy’s practical.’
1 she said.
But Jim had already seen her,
i her bright hair glowing against |___
'the dark paneling In the hail She MRS „ E CARDER IS
Jim Thompson arrived a Uttle wtts comin* tnto tlle room now’ she HOSTESS TO CLASS
with I was sayin«'
Dr. Hall. He drove up in hU bat- ^ Thompsoir."
tered car. parked it and ascended | *^incd Emily
Regular meet-1 Mrs Frunk Carpenter, Mrs. Cork |j£ JJJJ’ s^n^HoS^te^SS "So 1 «athered' She gave him Williams avenue. Friday afternoon.
windows. He liked Ellen who ush- 111 c°°>’ >mall hand looked him up
ered him in with the information down’ She said mildly, He,
presently aS"» ho "Stl Tm ‘w«Vy°u llte them tall and opened the session with the class lor and Mre Price
S3downX attS manner 'eun- with a stubborn chin, unruly song and Mrs. Roy Stevenson gave
Sire said, showing him into the »'a‘r- and “ue ,eyPSH lhe °1>enln« proyer
drawing Hc lleW her hand and i*inned
down at her. He was saying, elusion on “Visitation.
“Thanks, and may I say—”
-You may not.” said Emily. “I’ll
in to Dad.”
” said Nancy.
“But there will be lots ol time f Mrs R
finish the sentence.
McClain county, says: I broke the
land two times In the winter, allow-
ing it to freeze Then I broke it
once again in the early spring and
Woman’s Culture club met Friday «* the >apd twk* wlth a ‘*nd<™
afternoon, with Mrs R. J Price. 1005 dlf* 11 t0 70 pounds of cane
South Hadden avenue, with the ‘ P01* acre
president. Mrs J. H. Crain, presid-
ing over the business session
Members responded to roll call
by presenting a current event.
The club decided to buy a war
bond during the business session
and also voted four new' member-
ships for Mrs. Hans U. 8mithllne.
| Mrs. R.> G. Thomas. Mrs. H T
I French and Mrs. Sam Freeman
Mrs. D A. Morgan, program lead-
er. presented the topic. “Africa the | exqutitUly pre-
Those attending included Mrs.
! Forest W Allen. Mrs Otis Anderson.
Mis. L. C. Collier. Mrs. Claude W
helps bring ease
and comfort to
pared emollient, is
useful In all condi-
tions where a bland, mild anodyne mas-
sage medium in skin lubrication Is dr-
sired. One condition in which wome t
for more than 70 years have used it Is an
Cherry. Mr.. M. B. Cope, Mrs. Crain, “Thel'S iwotS * K
Mrs. R. S. Fales, Mrs. Alfred W soft and piiable... thus avoiding un-
beaut if ully proportioned
room. “If you’ll wrait here, Doc-
Mrs. Ben Isaac and Mrs John
Rolla lies, 407 South I Funk led the devotional* when the tor?..
Someone came in the room and
and She’* hke that.
m.. Mrs. III ■ ■■■
Admire avenue . second division convened with Mrs.
Entre Nous club. Hostess, Mrs A B. Warner. 1121 South Barker j turiMKj from the contemplation takr um
H. A. Coley. 506 South Hoff avenue. | avenue. Qf the' Adam mantelpiece •■[ I
WEDNESDAY Refreshment! were served to exclaimed in astonishment. Be-
Home and Child Study club. Hofit-i Mr*. Funk * Mrs. Lsaac, Mrs. J. W. cause he remembered her very
ess. Mrs. Noris Wliitaker. 715 South McKinster. Mis. R. G. McDonald, well, the tall girl with the dark
Mrs Wurner, Mrs C. T. Pavy and hair and eyes so luminous and un-
--Mrs w M stewart. usual in her healthy pallor. . . .
Haun. Mrs. J, A. Hawkins. Mrs.
Jesse W. Haydon. Mis C. F Mc-
Donald. Mrs. Morgan. Mrs. T. R
Musgrave. Mrs. 8. T. Roberson. Mrs
Mrs. W S. Brown, president. ] Guy E. Selfridge. Mrs. Frank Tay-
r and Mrs. Price.
Tile next meeting is scheduled
Nov. 19 with Mrs. Anderson. 618
Mrs R. L. Stevenson gave a dis- j South Barker avenue. Roll call
topic will be “Thanksgiving
Daniels closed the i »
ncccwry discomfort due to drynea* and
tlRhtDmi It refreahea and tones the
akin. An ideal maHsage application foi
the numb, tingling or burning sensa-
tions of the skin . . for the tired back
muscles or cramp-1 ike pains in the legs.
Quickly abeorbea. Delightful to use.
lliehly prai»«nl by m«TM, many doctor* and
mi rites. Just a«k any dniggatt for Mother’s
Friend—the akin lubricant. Try it tonight.
Mrs. R. L.
met*ung with a prayer and a de-
licious dessert course was served
to Mrs Daniels. Mrs 4. A Curley,
O Carter. Mrs. Roy Ste-
Freezing Serves To
* * *
PURCELL, Nov. e—(UR>—Here's k
man who rid his farm of Bermuda
venson, Mrs. J. W. Hodges. Mrs
Brow n. Mrs. R. L. Stevenson. Mrs I gra&s
Rand Dennis of near Colt
Long - Bell
After lunch. Mrs. J. W Puxson
inducted the bu.unc a and Mi
. S Brown taught the Bibb’ Us-
ui. In the absn.'< <>i i h« n gulai
votional leader, each member
belted her favorite verse and fom-
ented on it.
Members present included Mrs
xton. Mrs. Leslie Cahill. Mis. R.
Vows Will llo Read
In North Carolina
She laughed and turned away. Richard Hay, Mrs. Frank White.
. I Following Emily to the wing which Mrs. D. F, Mulanax and Mrs. R. P,
Mrs F o True assisted Mrs. R. j “It can’t be,” lie cried . . . “It housed the doctor’s office Jim said. Gutliff.
G Thomas 212 South Evans ave- can't be Emily Hall!” He seized on a deep breath. Dec 3 is the date of the next
nue as hostess to the third divL both her hands and shook them. “What a gal—she’s not in the meeting with Mrs. Hay. 203 South
jjjon . he even put his arms around her least like—” | Williams avenue, as hostess, as-
n exuberant* . . “are you any “Go on and aay it. *aid Emily, i»\ ‘ Mrs Whin* and Mrs
Several guests were present in-
^ eluding Mrs. James Row'les, Mrs.
Henry Loyall and Rodney Thomas.
; Members enjoying the afternoon
were Mrs. C. C. Schmelzel. Mrs,
1 Dorothy Seiler. Mrs. Ida Hocker,
relation . . .?” ^ i without rancor, “she’s not in the oatUff
She said. “Just a daughter. Sit least like me.”
down. Jim. it’s good seeing you?” He said. “I didn't mean— It’s
A good student nurse, hard just that you’re so different.”
working, helpful. When he’d en- “Of course.”
tered the hospital in which she was
rs. Brown, Mis. Dale Junerson (0Ill()i Tex
d Mrs. Carter.
Mrs. F M. Cochran
i training he’d felt pretty cocksure.
and theory differ.
“Look. I haven’t asked about you
are you married or anything?'
“Not married. I’m on the Vislt-
Major and Mis. Herbert Venable j Mrs j H Huchteman. Mrs. War-|
Oatliir. Mrs. Roix rt Stevenson. Carsoll of Rudolph Field. San An- ren Thompson. Mrs Thomas 01111-1'*";
.. n...,.,.. — — —------- - l»ve announced the ; lan. Mrs Henr, Vande^ratt. Mr* I ^Td helped show him that. | log Nurse staff here in Cranberry.
615 South , nK^T.n,1 ttnf •PPr°,t]inS war‘ : Ja",es Be“* Mrs HaU,t‘ M M,? Had grown to know and like her |8he said
... , rlage o* their daughter. lUsa Mary, w Haydon. Mrs S VV „lopthpr a fpw ,.AnH_
lies avenue, will hold the ne*ijjgnen to Lieutenant David DeLana. | getveri Mrs John Porter, Mrs. Her-
lecting of this circle in her home SOJ] oI Mr. and Mrs John C- De- i man Huchteman, Sirs True and
I Nog. li. | Lana. HM South Macomb avenue I wrs Thomas.
Pearl Todd circle convened with Lieutenant DeLana now is station- — rii t n Mrs
«. Victor Johnson. 409 South ^ at Camp Mackal, NorUl Car. I ^urth divbit.n
ickford avenue, when Mrs. Dewey -y--
They’d been out together a few
times. But of course there’d been
that senior nurse. Emily was ask- , soothingly. “And not on any staff
ing about her now.
“Not married either.” add Emily Mgpy CdUS6S Of
ssvt hini.lvf •• A r\A nrvt ai\ amr duff * ^
arroll presided over the short bus-
Mrs. James Holleman. Mrs. Car-
|ull. Mrs. W. Ii. Adams, Mrs. Robert
hroeder and Mrs. Johnson were
pie members present.
Mrs. M R. Bayne, 231 North El
no avenue, will entertain the
roup again on Nov. 16. *
Watchword by the group opened *
tie meeting «*i Lou . M< on cir«-i*
t the church, followed by reading \
1 the 94th Psalm by the members. I
Mrs Frank Taylor led the Bible •
mon and Mrs. Gertrude Davis was
charge of the business session.
Members present included Mis.’
Marv Schwab. Mrs Davis. Mi-
ni lor Mis Mildred Steven on Mi
laude W. Cherry. Mis J. G Jeide.
rs. George Woods. Mrs. W. Carl
4cCain and Mrs W. S. Minnick.
B. J. Showen, 715 South Elliion Combe?
avenue. ! ■
Tin- marriage will take place at | ~ . j ^ grinned
8 p. m Saturday, Nov 13 In the Mrs Duvp Hernon ed the le.s- Uy long ug0 although once he’d
Flrxt Preabytertan church at Ral-1 80,1 and Mrs J H e wa,> m thought he’d die of her.
eigli. N. C.
will perform the ceremony and ! departing soon to join her husband
charge ol the devotional*.
After the business was complet- • someone else.
Presbyterian church at I Od. a handkerchief showei honor-
Ala. for 16 years, ling Mr*. Robirt M« key, who is
minister of the
time’s her own She’s been
What happened to Sally New- j awav for a few years, site just re-
turned home recently. Here’s the
He’d gotten over \ office ”
She opened the door, smiled a(,
her father and Jim walked In. The
“Believe it or not. she married door closed behind him
Nancy was waiting for her, and
They laughed and then Emily drew her into the small living
aid. soberly. room, where Millicent was writing
“I hofx* you'll like It here . . . letters at an old desk
I HUE BOOK On Colon Troubles
f J rownnoNsB vuAim
.4 T^'vto "'OMfcf
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Herbert Carson, jr, brother of the
bride, will give her away.
Mrs. C H Morgan, the bride’s
stationed with the army in Pana- j know you'll like working with
ma. was given.
Refreshments were serv
ikbr.^of New Haven, Coon., will i^llie Easley, Mrs. W D Patterson
my lather. Jim, he’s—one of the
to Mrs best.” v* -- *
“I'm sure I shall. I’m pretty
“He’s cute.” she said definitely
"Any designs?” asked Emily,
lulling. - •
wmm v ^
I »/>■ fv. I
Many facts about colon disorders,
he adaches, constipation, nervousness
« stomach. liv« i and bladder con-
Not a one. He’s nure up your chi ions ai e explained in a new 40-
art as matron of honor.
but look. It hasn’t been ♦ alley. Pet. You'd like love In a
Mr. DeaLna will act as best man • Carter, Mrs
Mill wee, Mrs
for his son. \
The bride groomsmen lor the oc-
casion will lx* I ieuienan! Richard ] Mccaskey and Mrs. Showen.
1 tied* and Lieutenant W. P.
Beach. "* • T • 1
Miss Carson has lived all her
Connors, Mrs, settled, and frankly I’m scared.’
She sat down on the long sofa,
beckoned hrfn to sit b« side her.
I “You needn’t be You have all
Mrs. Hernon. Mrs.
Ed Schooley, Mrs,
ccttage or over a garage smelling
of disinfectant and ether or what-
page FREE BOOK Wiltc todav.
Thornton A: Minor Clinic. Suite 1118,
926 McGee S'.. Kansas City. Mo.
Mrs. Joe Waldron opened the m
.nceUn# with praver when thr fllUt quahXlcatlons he'» looking lor
division met with M,s B O WUU- • • • health, devotion to your
1:15 V. M
( Haiti in«
life in Montgomery, where she was j fr jug West Wade street
Job. the sort
osalie Mills Appleby circle.
The session was opened with the
atchwonl by the group. Mrs I. W.
lie las roiulueted the bti>in6M
neetiiiK. Mrs. V B Gibbs led the |_lh6 army,
roup in prayer anil Mrs. Hodges
ught the Bible lesson.
Mrs J. H. Crain, Mrs. Hodges,
rs Douglas. Mrs. Gibbs. Mrs. J
. Wilson and Mis H B. Little
ere the members present.
Refreshments were served to the doesn’t mean big money or special-
, high school, after which she attend- j mcmberi ^ Included Mn C o.i/.lng-Vmi see. f remember the
704 south IW the University of Alabama. She [ Brooka j^. carl Gierhart. Mrs '■*,k-s *• used 10 have' S'0" aIways
K H Little Mrs. Roy Mitchell. you wanted to I.a a O. P. In a
Mrs Fred J.K-hnk. Mrs. John w»U town. Naturally when you
Woods Mrs J R Slock. Mrs Wal- went with Doctor Elkins I thought
droit and the hostess. !v<*i’d changed your mind"
A A 4
This group will convene again at graduated fiom
he church on Nov: 16.
Mrs J. W Hodge*.
4aeonib avenue, was hostess to the I,s a member of Kappa Delta so-
48 STARS AND A GREAT LOVE STORY!
Lieutenant DeLana was born in
El Reno and lived here imtil hel
was commissioned a lieutenant in 1
He is a graduate of
Cheshire school at Roxbury. Conn.,
and of the University of Oklahoma.
Norman, where he was a member
of Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
Because of the death of tho
bride’s maternal grandfather re-
Mr*. Wilson. 1011 South Macomb crntly. the wedding will be a very
venue, will hold the next meeting
li her home Nov. 16.
Susan Anderson circle convened after
t the home of Mrs. Lula Frederick
1133 South Ellison avenue.
quiet affair with only the relatives
of the two families In attendance.
which the party will be
51KS. Ci. L WILLSON
A dinner in honor of Mrs. G L.
Willson, district deputy president
of the Rebekah lodge, was served
Tuesday evening to 65 member*
and guests in the I. O. O. F. hall.
Those serv ing on the dinner com-
mittee were Mrs E R Barnhart,
Mrs T. A. Harris and Mrs Leland
WALLPAPER - PAINTi
Get Our Ixiw Pitres
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. RobSft J.l The table was decorated beautl*
Wyatt, uncle and aunt of thu fypy Mrs, Glenn Crawford and
Miss Lillian Nievnr led the devo- bride, at a wedding supper in thieir J j^rs h g. cmm. ■■■■■
home. 911 Williamson drive,
[loiuiL. Mrs. O. W Burton conduct-
ed the business session and Mrs. E
Jackson led the Bible lesson
Members present included Mrs
ed Own by. Mrs Burton. Mi Cl«<
cnce Lortnsen. Miss Nievar. Mis.
’erne H. Reische. Mrs. Jackson and
Which should be longer than
Mrs. Reische. 713 South Miles the other, the candles or the can-
kvenue, will be hostess at the next dlesticks?
ting in her home on Nov. 16
Sergeant James O. Plrtle
timed to his station at the Salt
ke City. Utah, army air base send
lay after spending a week here party?
Islting his parents.. Mr. and Mrs
A. H3ther one is all right,
whichever is preferred, but they
re- should not be of the same length.
Q. What Is the proper way to
invitations for a week-end
Mrs. Willson was presented with
many lovely gifts.
A regular lodge meeting w as con-
ducted at 8 p. m. with Mrs Emma |
Floyd, representative ol the Re- j
bekah assembly, giving an Inter-!
esting re port x of her trip to the
grand lodge meeting. |
Next regular meeting and in-!
it lat ion will be held Nov. 16 In the
Learn to play the easy,
modern style. Solo and
567 West Hayes Street
SOULS AT SEA
3 Stooges •
Invitations of this kind may
HERE IS WISDOM
Plrtle, 201 North Williams be by Informal notes or by tele-
“TIIE FIRST VISION” OF
FOR LOUNGING IN COMFORT!
Ij^eep warm—look pretty lii one of
theme gay rubes. Designed for ev-
ery occasion , . , they will keep you
rnmfminhle ami well gloomed when
lounging or entertaining at home.
Fur Gift Calving . . . I'laee in l*ay-
Away Now* While Selection
» f i
TONIGHT at 8 P. M.
YOU ARE WELCOME!
4.98 and up
Itev. Uavln, Preaching
PREACHING THAT STICKS!
SINGING YOU CAN'T FORGET!
GREAT CHOIR—BAPTISMAL SERVICE!
Do vie It. Hopper. Singing
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
1666 SUNSET DRIVE
We are proud lo announce the addition
nationally advertised Kay Dunhill
dresses to our Keady-to-Wear Depart-
ment. Our first showing; features wools,
alpacas and gabardines in shirtwaist
• • •
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Sixes 12 to 16
Top duality . . . Timelct* Styles . . .
Warmth and Wearability!
Solid shades, pin stripes and checks in cavalry
twilla, wool gabardines und worsteds. Mun-
luiloml, clou hie-breast oil and dressmaker
Ki.iMl to 39.50
better Coiits lleduecsl!
One group ol wool plaid coats with lovely fur collars
that sre detachable. Heavily Interlined, satin lining.
59.50 Val ties. „ 49.50
Ladles' costs fashioned Ul the smartest
treiich coat sty lea. AU-wool. Cianbctiy. Blue and
Tobacco Brown. ~ ..
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