The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1928 Page: 1 of 4
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Lincoln, the railsplitter fashioned the first big stick for the G. O. P* but Teddy wore out the shillalah.
Tonight and Sunday,
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
Sun rises ..6:50 A. M.
Sun seta 5:38 P. M.
Moon rises 12:01 A. M.
UNITED PRESS SERVICE
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA SATURDAY, Feb. 11, 1928.
UNITED PRESS SERVICE
LOSE TO CARDS
Although displaying improvement
over thOir recent caging efforts, the
El Reno Indians were unable to make
much headway against the Oklahoma
City Cardinals in a hard fought
struggle at the Central gym in Okla-
homa City Friday night.
For the second time this season
El Reno bowed ill defeat In a 31-21
score. It was the first time in his-
tory that the Oklahoma City team
had scored two victories over the
Indians in one season.
The game Friday night was any-
body's during the first quarter, as
the lead seesawed back and forth,
with neither team having a decided
advantage. At the half the Cards
were in the lead 17-13, although six
of their points were the result of
From then on the game was Cen-
tral’s. Jackson went out on person-
als, and L. Morris who relieved him
was unable to hold the speedy High-
fill, who hit the loop three times In
the last half.
Hodgklnson was the only Indian
able to locate the basket with any de-
gree of accuracy, and accounted for
more than half of the Indian total
score. He took game honors with
Soergel of the Cardinals was next
with nine points, and Curley was the
only other Indian to make a field
goal, making two.
Elevator at Karns Spur
Is Destroyed By Blaze
CALUMET, Okla., Feb. 11.—UP)—
Fire of unknown origin completely
destroyed the elevator at Karus Spur,
west of this city early Tuesday. Loss
ou building and contents is estimated
at |10,000, with about $7,500 insur-
ance About 3,500 bushels of grain
The elevator was owned by F. M.
Laughlin and L. T. Sampelson of
Calumet. It was built in June, 1918.
Fred Laughlin has been in charge of
the elevator as manager. While no
definite plans have been made, it is
probable the elevator will be rebuilt.
Attractive Radio Offer
By Davis Electric Co.
The Davis Elecuic Company has
a sensational radio offer on page 2
of today’s Daily Democrat which
should be of interest to all who en-
joy radio programs.
For a limited time the Davis Elec-
tric is offering an all electric At-
water Kent radio set at a price that
will put it within reach of every one.
A ten dollar bill and the radio is
DEATH TOLL 12 G.O.P. HEADS
IN TANK BLAST HIT IN SCANDAL
EVERETT, Mass., Feb. 11— UP)—
The death toll from'an explosion that
wrecked one gasoline tank at the
Beacon Oil Co., reached 12 Saturday.
Workmen are searching for seven
other missing men.
Nine bodies were taken from the
Wreckage. Three died in hospitals.
Over 60 were injured, 34 of them
seriously. Six of the more seriously
injured were reported near death.
The explosion was the worst of 12
blasts and fires which have occurred
at the Beacon oil plant'iu seven years.
A triple investigation of the acci-
dent was opened Suturday by the dis-
trict attorney, state fire marshal and
company officials. In a preliminary
report, the apparent failure of a low
pressure vaporizer was the cause of
the explosion. _
Quartet From Elk Ciiy
Have Costly Experience
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 11.—
(IP)—Basil Manly, who has been pri-
vately working for the Senate Tea-
pot Dome investigating committee,
announced today that $25,000 of the
missing bonds of the Continental
Trading Company, had been traced
to the Republican National commit-
tee, which he charged were used to
paj off the 1921 campaign deficit.
Manly laid his information before the
committee this afternoon after John
D. Rockefeller, had testified.
Senator Walsh, Democrat, Monta-
na. immediately announced that the
committee would call Will Hays,
movie czar, who In 1921 was chair-
man of the Republican National com-
Manly declared that T. colman Du-
pont, now Republican senator from
Delaware had paid off two debts of
A quartet of Elk City youths, whose
names were not learned, had an ex-
perience Thursday night west of
Calumet which in all probability they
will not soon forget.
The youths, who it was said had
been drinking, drove into a herd of
horses owned by Roll Jones, killing
one of the animals. The party held
to the highway for another half mile
traveling east toward Calumet, and
then cut across the fields taking
wire fences end posts with them in
Their car caught fire after they
had driven it through two wire fences
and in and out of numerous ditches,
and was completely wrecked. The
four escaped injury, it was said
TO TRAPPED MEN
TIMMINS, Out.. Feb. 11.—(IP)-A
special train bearing oxygen and fire
fighting equipment arrived today af-
ter an all night run from Toronto,
in an effort to save the lives of be-
tween 40 and 50 miners who are trap-
ped on the 550 foot level of the Hoi-
Inger Consolidated gold mine here.
Fire fighters from Toronto pre-
pared to make a descent into the
main shaft where the men are en-
tombed. Two relief trains enroute
trim Pittrburgh, Pa., are expected
to iriiv“ tonight.
FIRE DOES HEAVY DAMAGE
BRESIERSTOWN, Aid., Feb. 11.—I the committee at the Empire Trust
(LP) -Fire destroyed or damaged 12 j Company in New York, with the
buildings in the business district ! bonds which Harry F. Sinclair and
yours, with monthly payments that j here today doinK ,iamage estimated others had secreted through the Con-
wlll never be missed. It’s Davis at more lhan $200,000. Several apart- tinentnl Trading Company of Cana-
broadcasting on page 2, you had bet- ment houses were destroyed. ! da.
E. F. Varvll lias filed complaint
in county court against Frank Doyle
of Yukon charging assault and bat-
tery, and it was expected that Doyle
would surrender to the sheriff today.
The trouble occurred in the El
TORONTO, Ont., Feb. 11.— (LP) —
Fumes and smoke pouring down the
shaft of the Hollinger Consolidated
Gold mine at Timrnis today caused
hope that two score of miners trapped
on tho 550 foot level could be saved
Six men were known to be dead
from suffocation and it was feared to
be the fate of 40 others. No further
FOLKS YOU KNOW
Burnell _ _ -------
Jackson . . _______
Rice . _ -----------
Totals - -----
Johnson . _ -----
Hammond _ _
Soergel _ _ -----
E1 Reno Wrestlers Win
Easy Match From Yukon
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 11.—(IP)
—Retirement of William Mee, pres-
“kW«. total* *****^^***^*^**^*^***»**********************
Jules Du Bois of Oklahoma City
transacted business here today.
Chas. W. Gunter, for several years,
first Vice-president of the bank suc-
ceeded the founder.
Resignation of Wm. Mee, Jr., was
also announced. Two new divectors.
Wirt Franklin alid J. Ben Russell
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Stamp photos, 25 cents a dozen.—
Sacred Heart Five
Wins Easy Victory
Sacred Heart cagers won an over-
whelming victory Wednesday at Ok-
• • »
Miss Cornelia Butler, R, F. Jones,
Jr., Harvey Harrison and Bob O’Brien
attended the Phi Kappa Alphi fra-
ternity dance in Norman Friday* eve-
• • •
Mrs. Walter II. Campbell and
daughter, Miss Natalie, 611 South
Macomb, returned Friday evening
from a brief visit in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Beck at Oklahoma
• • •
Dr. Thomas M. Aderhold and Dr.
H. C. Brown attended a clinic meet
ing iu Oklahoma City today.
Miss Mary Jane and Sanford Bab-
cock, students of the Oklahoma Uni-
versity, are spending the week-end
with their parents, Judge and Mrs.
Lucius Babcock, 113 North Macomb.
• • •
Mrs. T. R. Musgrave and daughter,
Miss Martha, 1002 South Macomb,
were Oklahoma City visitors Friday.
"• • •
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Allen, 300 North
Rock Island, have as their house
guests Miss Lela Hager of Cement
Reno police station when the two j re8CUe work can proceed until ar-
men met there Friday. Police stopped j rjvai 0f a regcue car which is ex-
the battle before it had made much pected from Pennsylvania about noon,
progress. I The limited supply of oxygen for
Recently Varvil filed complaints onj respirators worn by volunteer rescue
liquor charges against Doyle and WOrkers was being consumed swiftly,
other Yukon citizens, and this Is said Tlie re8CUers themselves were con-
to have resulted in the near-fight 8|dering in imminent danger of los-
Henry Thompson charged with vio-
lating the prohibitory laws, plead not
guilty in county court Saturday and
bond was fixed at $1,000.
. Jim Barrett recently found guilty
by a jury on a liquor charge, and
punishment fixed at a fine of $250
ing their lives from fumes.
The fire which broke out yester-
day morning was still burning fierce-
ly and it was thought It might burn
for weeks before being controlled.
New Officers Are Elected
and a jail sentence of three months, For Calumet National Bank
was sentenced Saturday by Judge
Barrett appealed the case to the
Criminal Court of Appeals after he
had been sentenced to 30 days in
jail and a fine of $60. The high
court affirmed the verdict of the
El Reno High School wrestlers re-
cently won an easy match from Yu-
kon, by the score of 35 to 10. It was „ame
a fast match from the start and each j h
Bout went (o a fall in short order.
Mrs. I. J. Gushwa of Dalhart. Tex..
_ who Has been the guest for the past ai>d M. A. Manser of Weatherford.
LadTo^ 11 ar it* *H a' n i m k* ° *9 20 ° S ou th ^ Ba vk er, Clarence (I:;;'^rnn^r^;u«ht^'
City team was unable to score but ,en <udiiy for r.ulsa’ , Miss Daisy of Ada. motored to Okla-
two free throws during the entire Mrs. a. C. Pickens, 814 South Rock b<>ma City today,
game. J. Meyer was high point man | island, will leave Sunday for a few * * *
for El Reno with a score of 10, and ! days’ visit with relatives in Oklaho-
R. Meyers was a close second with 9 j ma City,
points to his credit. I • • •
The Oklahoma City team was1
scheduled to play a return game
Thursday night but forfeited the
Little Miss Charleeu Moore, 105
North Hoff, is visiting friends in
Misses Pauline Rector and Irene
Marion Higby. former yigh School
ace is coaching the Sacred Heart
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Allen, daugh-
RobertMalW^atSefthe El Reno
Central basketball game in Oklahoma
City Friday evening.
Potts of El Reno and Hazelton of quiateti an(V ,he team ls having a
Mrs. J. L. Ainsworth, son, John,
Yukon, furnished the exciting match | ^ successful season, having lost' *nd McCartney motored to
of the evening. The bout went five' butyQne game
«,d *Bn 8eC°nd8 bef°re P°tU Through the courtesy of the El j Mrg. Arthur Umber8 and chil<,ren,
P tL net inn in thn hout Reno Board of Educalton a”d S?cre‘: 107 South Macomb, returned Friday
‘S'TJ" Si! W th. h« been I ,van|nK (rom sllawne0. „h,„
given an opportunity to practice in vi8lted in the home of Mrs. R. S.
the High School gym and this has Iveg
between Kiesel of El Reno and Coin
of Yukon, and it was all over In a
flash of one minute and 15 seconds.
Kiesel floored Coin in 15 seconds.
Results of the evening were: 115
pound class, Marsh, El Reno won
front IstForce, Yukon, time 5 minutes
19 seconds; 125 pound class, Potts
El Reno won from Hazelton, 5 min-
utes, 55 seconds; 135 pound class,
Little. El Reap, lost to Bornenian,
Yukon, 2 minutes, 30 seconds; 145
pound class, Stroud, El Reno won
from Taylor, Yukon, 2 minutes, 23
seconds; 158 pound class, Porter, El
Reno won from Jeffries, Yukon, 5
minutes, 58 seconds; 175 pound
class, Kiesel, El Reno won from Coin,
Yukon, 1 minute, 15 seconds.
Kingfisher County Calls
Bond Election For Roads
added materially to the strength of
On Wednesday next the team plays
St. Josephs school five of Oklahoma
Sacred Heart F(* FT
Reding, f - ---------------2 1
R. Meyers, g ..... 4 1
J. Meyers, c _ ------------&
D. Corwiu, g - -----------1 ®
McGuire, f ------ 2 1
Walch, t . -...............2 0
E. Kelly, . -..............2 0
Gilmore. . ----------------® (>
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Siler, 714 South
Hoff, have as their house guests Mr.
and Mrs. Frauk McDowell of Dalhart,
• • •
Mrs. Hugh Willingham, who at-1
1 Ashbrook, Ryan Morris, Adrian Dick-
eiih and Howard Shorbe attended the
K. E. Y. club ddnee at Lakeside
Country Club Friday evening.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Swale and son,
Ray of Clinton, Okla., are guests in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Boorsma, south of the city.
• * •
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Bowers and
Miss Cornelia Butler will leave Sun-
day morning for a few day’s stay
at Chicago, III.
The following cases have been
filed in District Court: F. E. Arnold
Marble and Granite Co., vs. Mrs. Gus
Ludwig, money Judgment; Brad
Davis vs. Mart E. Stevens, abstract
of judgment from Justice Bannister’s
court; C. F. McDonald and Luther
C. Gadberry vs. Heirs of Aaron W.
Haring, to quiet title.
Notice Boy Scouts
AH Boy Scouts of Troop 1, are„re-
quested by Herbert Keller. Scoutmas-
ter, to be at the Court House Sunday
morning at 10:30 o'clock for the pur-
pose of attending church services.
Scouts are requested to appear in
CALUMET, Okla., Feb. 11.—<IP> -
At the annual meeting of the stock-
holders of the First National Bank
of Calumet, the following officers
were elected: L. T. Samuelson, pres-
ident; Will Leighton, vice president:
L. W. Holman, cashier, George
Leighton, assistant cashier. The of-
ficers together with F. G. Babb and
George L. Rose of Oklahoma City,
compose the bank directorate.
George Leighton, who has been
bookkeeper, was promoted to assist-
ant cashier to fill the vacancy caused
by the resignation of Miss Anna Han-
sen, who will retire March 1. Mrs.
Marie Dawson has accepted the posi-
tion of bookkeeper. The bank capi-
tal stock and surplus has been In-
creased to $30,000, and deposits have
shown a satisfactory increase, It was
Marriage licenses have been issued
recently at the office ui Court Clerk
Frank Taylor to Oscar C. Biswell of
Union Cily and Verna Nlnman of El
Reno; Raymond G. Salyer and Elea-
nor G. McCullum of Binger, Okla.
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Feb. 11.—(IP)
—A survey of the library situation
in South Africa will be undertaken
by the Carnegie corporation next fall.
Miltou J. Ferguson, California state
librarian, nnd S. A. Pitt, director of
the public library system in Glascow,
Scotland, were chosen front among
ing the week-end in the home of her ; Marsh, Mariam and Charlotte Jones. | numerous candidates of other na-
Carnegie Group Will
See African Library Begin Work Monday
On Addition To Building
Among those who attended the El
Reno-Central basketball game in Ok-
lahoma City Friday evening were:
Mrs. F. E. Arnold, Mrs. B. E. Carder,
tends O. C. W. at Chiekasha, is spend- i Misses Dorothy Wiard. Katherine
KINGFISHER, Okla.. Feb. 11.—UP)—
Following a good roads campaign
lliat extended ovet Kln^iis'aer Coun-
ty, conducted by a committee appoint-
ed at a recent good roads meeting
held here, the board of county com-
Lexy, g - .....-..........0
Ingram, g - ---------------0
Monnott, f . -------- 0
Totals _ - ----------------0
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bannis-1 Nadine Stokes. Roberta and Kathor-
ter, 412 South Macomb. ! ine Arnold, Holla Mae Carder, Ruth
• • • i Crum, Mary Jane Nave, Norma Dean,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tucker, 2(D Mae Shanklln, Leota Marsh, Beryl
w North Barker, will spend the week Bradley, Evelyn Gaughorn, Frances
_ end in Oklahoma City. . Crider. Velda Stokes, Nettle Calla-
41 ,,, . han, Mrs. Eva Stone and daughter,
I™1?188 h,fa,!01f Irelf“d °I H.0m‘“y’ Miss Lois, Mr. and Mrs. C- D. Gllll-
| Okla., and Andrew reland of Nor-; j Jeff 8tan,ey, R„y Harrison. A.
" man were the overnight gues s hrl- T March and Walter Bradley.
First Aid Lecture
Quite a number of Boy Scouts were
mlssloners have announced a bond present at the meeting of the ( ana-
election at the August primary for diun county Reserve Officers last
the purpose of voting $950,000 for a night when Captain R. J. Newman,
county highway system
The bond issue was favored unan-
imously by the commissioners, but
medicul officer stationed at Ft. Reno
gave a lecture ou first aid nnd camp
day in the homo of their parents, Mr. j
and Mrs. L K. Ireland. 912 South
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Collier and
daughter. Miss Martha. 912 South Ma-
comb, were Oklahoma City visitors
• • •
Mrs. Rex Walters, sons, Rex, Jr.,
and Max and Mrs. J. W. McNerlin
• • ■
Max Heaslot of Norman is the
weekend guest of Emmetl Crotzcr.
a • •
Miss Helen Gilmore, a student of
O. C. W. at Chiekasha, is spending
the week-end with her father, Hollis
Gilmore of the Gilmore Flats.
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. Flunk McDowell and
Mrs. I. J. Gushwa, all of Dalhart.
eauilttlicn. The lecture was the sec-| comb, wa8 an Oklahoma City visitor
all of Wewoka, are visiting with E!: Texas, Mrs. C. II. Siler and Mrs.
Reno friends. Harry Hamr.'.at .. motored to Oklaho-
ma City Friday.
a a a
Mrs. Ed S. LeVan, 900 South Ma-
the Kingfisher Chamber of Commerce olid one oi this subject nnd is part Friday,
is opposing the plau. due to the fact I of a series of subjects being studied j .* * • . .
that the proposed svstem of roads by the reserve officers each Thurs-] Mrs. T. J ^ huiuh. r~ a- w” f
was unsatisfactory to the city of day evening. Captain John Naylon. ren‘^; who 's ** fac*,Ity “IT*1?1 ‘ of
Kingfisher and from the further fact President of the county organization 'he High School at Antes Okla., mo-
that the status of the bonrd of com- urges every reserve officer to attend tored to Oklahoma City kridaj.
these meetings as credit is given for j,l88e8 Ij0Tenu Chappell and
promotion!0 those taking course ^ nollinger ani yirgil Chap-
whlch wlil continue uni 1 summer, | ^ an(, Rfl,ph Bolllnger motorod to
At the next meeting Lt. ki t Git la home City Friday evening and
mlssloners was rather uncertain.
Hal Townsend and S. S. Macy pur-
chased the brick building at 113 West
Wade street at sheriff’s sale Friday.
Purchase price was $9,70 The build-
ing is now occupied by the Crumm
^ mm A grass fire alarm summon-
/ / ed the fire department to 900
-»■ # West Watts street, Saturday
morning. No damage was reported.
_ ——*> —
Opposes Third Term
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 11.—
(U>)_The senate went on record to-
day in opposition to a t\ird term
for Presidents. By a vote of 56 to
26 the Senate adopted the LaFollctte
resolution condemning presidential
third terms as • "unwise, unpatriotic
and fraught with danger to free in-
The resolution was presented when
the "draft Coolldge’’ Ulk, reached
i he ea^i of Bonotor LaFollctte of Wis-
give a paper on Coast Artillery
By Kiwanis Swine Club
attended the El Reno-Central basket-
Oscar Howard of 502 South Biek
i ford spent Friday evening in Oklaho
I ma City.
1 • • •
Mis8 Gladys Bollinger of 515 South
Thursday afternoon the members
of the Kiwanis Pig Club met with
County Agent Fred Percy and per- P.ock Island has ns her week-end
fected a permanent organization. The guest Miss Hazel Reese or Union
club * ill be known hereafter as the City.
Klw nis Pig Club of Canadian county
’ohn Melnders of Yukon was elect-
• • •
Miss Etta Dale, 505 South
tions, by Dr. F. P. Keppel, president
of the Carnegie Corporation, to un-
dertake the survey.
The survey will last approximately
one year, will be for the purpose of
studying the needs of the people,
and making necessary recommenda-
tions to the Corporation for the pur-
chase of books.
■ $ 1 " 1
by ihe children’s society as an incor-
Miss Margaret Petree and VV. J.
Galt will attend the University Club
dance at the Skirvin Hotel in Okla-
homa City this evening.
• • •
Mrs. C'avl Turner, son Paul and
daughter Carolyn of Wilson, Okla..
are guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Morris. Mr. Morris
is a son of Mrs. Turner.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rich of Cold-
water, Kas., old time friends of
Frank Meyers, passed through El, ,
vi i>aun In medieval falconry, displayed
d ” in the hotel Astor lobby
Construction work Is expected lo
begin Monday on a one-story addition
to the building now occupied by the
Oklahoma Gas and Electric Compa-
ny. The building ls owned by A. C.
Krepkie, and the Krepkie Construc-
tion Co., will be in charge of the
The new addition will be 18 by 25
feet in size and will be used for
storage purposes. When this addition
ls completed the storage room now
in use at the old plant of the com-
pany on East Russell street will be
abandoned, nnd all equipment moved
to the up-towu location.
The move is made in the interest
of economy, it was said.
Open Offices Here
The Dr. Harding Ironizer Company
of Denver, Colo., has established of-
fices at 103’,i, North Bickford Ave.
This is one of six offices V»at have
been established in Oklahoma, Mr.
and Mrs. Chaa. Gunn, former resi-
NEW YORK. Feb. 11.—(IP)- Ed- d),nt 0f j£| Rcno hu.u returned to
ward Scbaplro. 19. eloped with Ado-1 tbe c|ly t0 charge of the office
line Hustermunn. 14. They were j,ere
caught and the bridegroom Is spend-1 -
Ing his honeymoon In Jail, charged
with abduction while the girl is held
' SOUTH RIVER. N. J., Feb. 11 —
(IP)—-Their airplane went Into a nose
dive and was reduced to splinters
In a 2,000 foot fall but J. H Mclnney
and Allen Merritt of Washington, I).
C., stepped from the wreckage with-
out a scratch.
Democrat Cooking School
To Be Held At Criterion
McLoughlin, who spent eight years In ^ ^ ^ _______________J
prison for a crime he did not com-( a't‘a““J)l0 cooking school, sponsored
Ladles of Ei Reno und Canadian
County will be given an opportunity
to learn all the ideas in tho culinary
mit, will be burled in a pauper s
NEW YORK, Feb. 11.—(IP)- Sligo,
a trained Goshawk of the type used
Reno Friday enroute to El Paso, |
Texus, where they will spend th« j Prowess , f
winter. They are making the trip fnatehlng In mid lr the head of a
ed President of the club; Morris Bell ^“nd »• expected to return Sunday
?'.flftTnT .rTt *•» k«‘»S SI .( ita
a? V |0«*.....* Educ.llo».l A.noilflllon.
The club will endeavor to hold > Mlg§ Vlna Lyong eaRt of the c|ty,
quarterly meeting’s as a group for in- jg gpPndjng the week-end with Miss
struction. and at legit one meeting Lucll# Hardy ln Oklahoma City,
will be given over to a tour to in- • • •
epect the pigs owned by each club \ \ Mordy spent Friday in Okla-
member. Methods ot swine care will
be discussed at these meetings, and
helpful comparisons and criticisms
made. Cart, for tbo tour will be sup-
plied by the Kiwanis Pig Club com-
mittee ot which Jqhn O Drlou Is
• « •
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Boyd Wilson and
Bon, Boyd Jr., 1121 South Hoff, will
attend tho Sixth District convention
of the American Legion at Chiekasha
turkey that his mi. ter tossed up.
NEW YORK, Feb 11— (IP)—A
study of Harvard and Yale gradual js
revealed that the children of niil*
lloimtres make the most money, said
Prof, Ellsworth Huntington of Yale.
9 I t
Mrs. Gladnbr A. Barnard nnd
daughter, Miss Virginia, 614 South
Hoff, motored to Oklahoma City to-
# • •
Mrs. Janies T. Riley, 12o6 South
Barker, was an Oklahoma City visitor
Misses Hazel and Mary Reed. 105, riots, pandemonium and contusions
North Hoff, are expected lo return aud abrasions among 152 Inmates of
today from a brief visit with rela- Mrs. Irene Castle McLaughlin's model
tiws In Chlcknbha. farm lor Indigent dog's.
t • •
Mrs. Elizabeth Rabbit of Pittsburg.
CHICAGO. Feb. 11.—(LP)—A stray
cat, inajectlcally passing by oil the
outside of a strong wire fence, caused j)a|]y Democrat considerable ex
by the El Reno Dully Democrat.
Tho school will begin Monday, Feb-
ruary 27 and will continue until
March 2. Afternoon sessions only
will be held. Through the courtesy
of Messrs. Loomis and Enloe, ,ho
Criterion Theater has been secured
for the dally sessions.
Mrs. Myra Oliver Dougan will he
lr charge, -and Ihe school will be ab-
solutely free to all who cure to at-
Heretofore many El Reno women
have fo- d It necessary to go to Ok-
lahoma City cooking schools for the
latest iu the art of cookery, and this
school ha3 been brought liece by tbo
Kas., and son Vrthur of Tulsu who
CHICAGO. Feb 11.—(IP) The only
way to reduce safely is to eat little
have been guests of her brothe’ Wm. J nnd exercise u great deal, thtee ex-
Horan on South Miles Ave.. for a | ports told 200 women here who had
few days, left Suturduy for their gathered expectlug to hear an easy
homes Mr Union accompanied his way to become sylph-llM.
sister to Pittsburg for a lew weeks
"Why reduce, anyway?" asked Dr.
pense. so that culinary advantages
may bo placed within tho reach of
every woman In El Reno aud Cana-
A Pickwick bus was slightly dam-
aged Ertduy near Ca,u:iU'i, when a
wheel came off und the axle was
broken The bus wus lowed to this
city for repairs.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1928, newspaper, February 11, 1928; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc908773/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.