Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 72, Ed. 1 Monday, November 25, 1935 Page: 5 of 6
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1935.
SAPULPA HERALD, SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA
All classifications: One cent per
word per day. cash with the order
Must be In the Herald office be for.
1:00 p. m. on day of publication
STANFORD CRUSHES CALIFORNIA, 13 TO 0
WANTED Wood or coal stoves
Pacaud's. 412 E. Dewey. 72-4
WANTED: To l,uy old antique glass 1
or chinawnre, any amount Furni-
ture Bales. 320 E. Dewey. Phone 240
FOR RENT: Apartment, garage, bills
$3. 1799. 1325 E. McKinley. 82-1
FOR RENT: Apartment. 306 S. Water
FOR RENT: Six room house, suitable
for two families. 416 S. Poplar. 71-3
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished thrc
room apartment. 422 S. Poplar. 71-3
FOR RENT: Five room modern house.
Phone 183 or 1128. 7X1-3
FOR RENT: Five room house, modern.
318 W. Bryan. Phone 200. 71-3
FOR RENT: Newly furnished modem
apartments. Adults only. Phone
FOR RENT: Beautiful newly decor-
ated and newly furnished apartment
Call 315. 71-2
FOR RENT: Four room modern house,
furnished, close in Phone 1780 or
Man Still Sucker tor Swindlers
STANFORD STADIUM. Palo Alto. > ccast this year—at least for there
Cal., Nov 25 (LP)—Stanford turned flaming few minutes. After that the
on the heat here Saturday for a few Btars fought baclt gallantly, even tak-
minutes and administered a surprising , lng an edge over the Redskins, but
13 to 0 defeat to California's hitherto
undefeated and untied Golden Bea~3,
while 90,000 .spectators went wild. Th"
felling to get into pay dirt. To?
Etan.crd Cardinals knocked the Bears
out of the coast conference champion-
Etanford running attack was fierce, ship and a Rose Bowl bid Bobby
beyond anything seen on the Pacific Gi ayson of Stanford was at his All-
American best. Sc, we"e ‘Bones
Hamilton. Monk' Moscrip and little
Jimmy coffis of the Cardinals. Floyd
Blower of California fought his heart
out Photo shows Blower trying an
off tackle slash with 6parks of Cali-
fornia 1321 and Chapman of the
Bears < 48 • running interference. Both
were trying to take Moscrip • 23» out
MANY CASES IN
FOR SALE Everything you need in
the way of home furnishings. Coal,
wood and gas heaters and ranges
C ood used and now living room suites.
CITY POLICE JUDGE IMPOSES
HEAVY FINES TODAY ON
MINNESOTA HEADS 5 UNDEFEATED,
UNTIED GRIDIRON SQUADS OF SEASON
NEW YORK. Nov 25. <ip}_The Southern Methodist.
I brigade of major undefeated, untied
l elevens numbered five today, Minne-
sota temporarily heading the parade.
New York university, Texas ChrLs-
. , ,, ■ ■ The largest court docket in a peried „ ■ m
bedroom and dining room suites. Lame fJ threc month;. with fourteen cases tlan- Southern Methodist and Prince-
including beth men and women, failed
assortment of occasional pieces. Sold at
low prices and on easy terms Furnl- ci| ollcf, )udge Brown this morn-
ture Exchange. 135 E. Dewey. 72-2
_ ____ing for the regular Monday morning
FOR SALE: Furniture special for cal“ndfU. Floy<*
Tuesday and Wednesday. Reduced
price on living, bed. dining suites
Rugs, heaters, ranges and occasional
the police station Saturday night
J W Parker was fined $19 50 for
ten must face rugged opposition be-
fore they can step in the 1935 hall
of fame. ,
The Minnesotans completed their
second straight all-triumphant season
Saturday with a 33-7 victory over
Wisconsin, which tied them with
S5La™rk™ dT‘‘8. ■LA. "SL“J.i“S’
Furniture »kt m, SSfcS
*'• ljewe>__T*~1 j p m.. at the comer of Dewev and
Oak ttree's. Of icers took Parker
FOR SALE or rent: Seven room house.
Pee Mr. Smith, 310 E. Lee. 72-3
«sfter he had left the scene, according
___________ _ to reports
WE STOP SHIMMY, hard steering Bernard Brimacombe, George Wash-,
and tire wear. Free checkup. Parker ington, Alfred Bevenue Stete Mar-
Motor Co. 15 E. Lee. 72-5 i "hall. Indians. Loney Sheets, Lizzie
____Wildcat, Indian, and two first offense
LET US prepare your car for that cases for J. E. Horner of Tenneyson.
Thanksgiving trip. Make sure your Tex . and Conrad Underwood, all rc-
titk' and tamed them recognition as
strong contenders ror the mythical
Of the other elevens boasting per-
fect records, only three can hope to
finish with clean slates.
Southern Methodist and Texas
Christian, the southwestern giants,
clash this Saturday in a game which
may soil both records, should it end
in a tie. New York university, aiming
at its first flawless campaign in his-
tory and an invitation to the Rose 1
■ The team that will represent t ie
east is still a mystery Reports in-
dicate that if Stanfoid is chosen, it
wit, reek Notre Dame. This writer
learned authoritatively, however, that
Notre Dame would refuse an invita-
tion because its playe-s have had a
gruelling season and would have to
undergo too strenuous task to stay
in condition until New Years
The other leading contenders for
the eastern bid seem to be Texas
Christian. Southern Methodist and N.
Y. U.. with Alabama. Duke and North
Carolina outside choices in case none
of the three undefeated eligiblrs main-
tain its record. Minnesota and
Princeton both would refuse invita-
of the play. Reynolds of Stanford
can be seen under Chapman s arms.
Rouble (5i and Muller «33> Cardinals'
right guard and center, can be dis-
cerned coming into the play from the
left Meek ‘49) California quarter-
back, may be seen behind Muller.
Blower made only a yard on the play
Moscrip was knocked out twice, the
second time for good.
21-0 VICTOR OVER
Glib promises of wily soldiers-of-fortune who luro gullible individ
jals with promises of easy wealth still find the "pickings” as rich as
ever despite this so-called enlightened age. The amazing easa with
which the average person can be parted from his savings is illus-
'.lated by the Chicago trial of 41 individuals charged with having
ahtained more than $1,500,000 in the past 16 years by selling shares
in the mythical estate of Sir Francis Drake, sixteenth century buc-
caneer whose fortune has been conclusively proven non-existent.
Postal Inspector Johnson of Chicago and Inspector Bishop of Scot-
land Yard head prosecution forces nrrayed against the Chicago ring,
reputedly headed by "Baron" llartzell. The ancient story of the
"Spanish prisoner” is another scheme which has fattened the pocket.;
of "promoters" for more than a century. The victim is told that by
financing the release and steamer passage of a Spanish prisoner he
will share in the secret wealth to which said prisoner holds the key.
The victim pays and waits . . , waits. Thousands arc still waiting.
car won't be stopped on the highway.1 ceived fines of $8 for drunk cases. — j ----- -.............— — ---- - Christian
Free estimates. Sapulpa Auto Service. J S Collins and L Wilkcrson lor- Bowl, meets Fordham Thanksgiving j *PX“S
217 S. Main 72-2 felted *10 bonds for absence in court (day. Princeton tangles Saturday with
NEW YORK. Nov. 25. <LPs— Rcco-ds
of the five major undefeated, untied
.or drunk charges, and the case
LOUIES BODY and Paint Shop against Tessie Hall, who entered plea
Wrecks rebuilt, welding, top and up- of not guilty was continued until to-
holstery work. 16 W. Dewey. 72-5 morrow.
*---;----| Cases against Fannie Johns, In-
10c TAXI anywhere in city limits. dian and Willard Pennington were
Day-night. Phone 655. 72-4 tontjnned until Nov 30, because of
71 ~ _ , , working conditions. Bonds wfre set
BUY your wife a Crosley Refrigerator
SPECIAL: Cold weather calls for
special service to safeguard your car.
Let us drain and flush the radiator
and refill with anti-freeze solution—
INDIAN GIRL MISSING
Yale, the team which handed the
Tigers their only defeat in 1934.
The last big campaigning of the
season crystallized gridiron situations
in several sections and muddled them
in others. Two perfect-record teams,
California and Dartmouth, were blast-
ed from the select circle
The greatest mess was precipitated
i on the Pacific coaat where Stanford,
! western Rose Bowl representative for
j '.he last two years, upset Cali.o-nla
I 13-0 in their last game cf the year.
I This left the teams tied for the
________________________ Ethleen Butler, an Indian girl of
Prestone. Zerone, or Super Pyro Your seventeen, was repotted to be missing , Facific coast conference title 'tin
car r.eeds winter gear oils in the' irom her home in Newkirk since Sept. i four victories and one defeat each
transmission and differential for 79, when she apparently disappeared j U. C. L. A. can make it a three-way
proper lubrication. Diamond Service, alone. t affair by whipping Idaho Saturday.
30C E Dewev Phone 416 Waldo Mrs Anna Butler, mother of the ; Stanfords triumph put it in the
72-1 girl, made the report at the police j number one s|»t for a third invita-
rtation and described the girl as hav- lion to Pasadena. The Pacific coast
ing a large scar on her face. 'conference members will decide today
No previous information had beenlwhcthfr to choose the Palo Alto crew
N. Y. U.
Pts. Op. Pta
Sapulpa high school Chieftains were
downed by the lighting Bartlesville
Wildcats, 21 to 0. in an Oklahoma j
six and central conference clash at
Bartlesville Saturday afternoon that
sent the local's football hopes sliding
down the scale.
Most of Bartlesville's gains were
made through Sapulpa s lines.
The Chieftains attempted to rally
in the final quarter, but failed to
carry the ball deep enough into the
Wildcat's territory to threaten a
The last game of the season for the
local squad will be played here Wed-
nesday night at 8:30 o'clock at
Holmes Park field in a pre-Thanks-
giving grid encounter with the in-
vading Okmulgee Bulldogs.
MORE RAIN FOR STATE
BABY CHICKS every Tuesday and
Friday. 10-Der baby broilers. 6000
Tulsa, Okla. Phone filed at the police station here eon-j or California.
is out be-
72-1 coming the girl.
California and 1 California
FLYING INSTRUCTOR KILLED
COLUMBUS, Tex . Nov. 25. (LP)—
Second Lieut. Eyvind Holtermann, 28,
flying instructor at Randolph field,
was killed last night when the plane
he was piloting crashed 20 miles
southwest of Columbus.
Holtermann. who was commission-
ed three months ago. was returning
to Randolph field from Beaumont
when the accident occurred.
Residents near the scene reported
hearing an airplane motor sputter,
then the noise of the crash. When
they investigated, they found the
wreck. Holtermanns head was sever-
ed and hLs body was mangled badly.
Tlic flight instructor was a native
of Norway. HLs only known relative
in this country is an aunt. Miss B.
Her, of San Francisco Holtermann
was a graduate of the University of
OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov 25. (LP)—
Rain with slightly warmer teinpcra-
I tures is Oklahoma’s forecast for to-
night and Tuesday, the federal wea-
ther bureau said tdoay
Skies were cloudy over most of the
! state yesterday. The central part
received some rain; Oklahoma City
had .24 inches. The high tempera-
ture reading here was 41, the lowr 36.
Southern states again had low
readings early today. Montgomery,
Ala, reported 32 degrees and Jackson-
ville, Fla., had 38. Miami, Fla., liad
a high yesterday of 74 other tem-
perature readings were Boston 20.
New York 26 and WtUtston. N D, 10.
$10 EASES CONSCIENCE
NAPOLEON. O. <LP) — A troubled
conscience made Merchant WilUam
G. McClure $10 richer. He received
an unsigned letter containing the
money, apparently from someone who
had stolen merchandise from him.
Old papen. lor air at Herald office.
HAS RISEN TO 47
<By United Press)
Oklahoma's automobile fatalities to-
day had risen to 47. during November,
counting the death of one Oklahoman
at Dennis, Kara.
James Whitcnberg. cf Dewey, Okla..
was killed near Dennis yesterday, and
six others were injured.
Al Clayton, Okla , J D Bryant, Ml,
Pushmataha county deputy sheriff,
died yesterday when Ills car plunged
off a 15-foot embankment to a bridge
on the Black Fork river.
The third death Sunday was re-
corded when Fred Kohler, 59, Okla-
homa City railroad worker, died ot
injuries he suffered Saturday morn-
ing when he was struck by a car.
At Chickasha, two fatalities were
recorded Saturday. Ethel Carlyle and
Aline Wright died of injuries suffired
when their car crashed into the rear
of a parked truck.
A dozen persons were injured over
the week-end in automobile wrecks,
despite the efforts of local olfleers,
cooperating with state officials, to
enforce cautious driving and increase
the safety of traffic.
Seven persons injured south ol
Oklahoma City when a truck and car
collided Burrell T Edwards, McLoud,
truck driver, was in serious condi-
tion at a hospital here. He suf-
fered head Injuries
The others were* less seriously hurt.
turned over in an adjoining Held.
• The reven occu|>ants had attended
1 a dance at Bartlesville Saturday night
I and had diiven to Cherryvale, near
| Dennis, for an early morning snack.
Whitcnberg died in a Parsons hos-
Mabel Burget, driver, received lace
and head injuries Austin Mills.
Juanita White. Fay Whitcnberg
• daughter ol the deceased!, William
Thomas and Henry Reeves were the
EMBARGO MEET POSTPONED
GENEVA, Nov. 25. KIPF-Augusto Dr
Va.vonccllos. chairman of the League
of Nations genera] staff, today post-
lxmed a meeting set for Friday at
which leaders were to consider putting
an embargo against oil, coal, iron,
steel and possibly copper to Italy.
The meeting. Vasconcellos announc-
ed. was postponed at the request of
I Premier Laval ol France. Laval plead-
ed he could not get here for the meet-
ing because the French parliament
However, the result of the postjxme-
inent is to delay action on t.he new
penalties, notably as regards oil, and It
gives Laval another chance to seek a
basis for diplomatic negotiations be-
fore the league takes a step which it
is known would enrage Premier Benito
Mussolini and seriously Jeopardize his
war on Ethiopia.
DENNIS. Kans, Nov. 25 (LP>—
Jame.s Whltentierg, Dewey. Okla man,
was killed and six other peraons from
Dewey were injured Sunday when
their car was demolished after a tire
The car went into a ditch and
BLAZE IN FAR
An auto fire Saturday at 5:30 p. m.
brought the total of fires this month
to three, all autos, with only five
days remaining in November The
car belonged to E. Hermes
Both fires were reixirted on the sec-
ond and fourth days of the month
with a short in wiring contributing
cause for both
MATTRESSES RENOVATED, rebuilt.!
recovered. All size mattresses built
Ralph Bowden 807 8. Water Phone
FOR SALE: Pomeranian puppies.
Phone 1446 69-4
CHICKEN dinners served Sunday; also
home-cooked meals. 14 E. Lincoln
Phone ill. Mrs. Buxton 71-3
RADIO trouble? Call Lynch, phone
144. Certified radio manufacturer's
service. 58.30 ,
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BEIN'IN THE AAOVIES-NOU'OONEY
CAUSE A EOT OF JEALOUSY
AN/ONG THE BEST Of= THE ACT-
CESSES. WITH VOUC FINE ACTIN-
LEAKY RADIATORS and dead bat-'
ferles. see "Mike," 7 8. Elm Phone
481 • 55-22
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: In vinlcity of Mounds Spot ted
pointer, answers to "Sparky.'1 Call
1572 cr Service Barber Shop, North
Main, Sapulpa. 72-2
LOST: Football in 700 block South
Oklahoma Reward. 15 E Lee 71-2
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