The El Reno American (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 3, 1953 Page: 4 of 10
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Tha El Rano (Okie.) American, Thursday, Septembw 3, I9BJ
By MRS. JOHN C. BV9CMM
Memorial Hospital Notea
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraus, 1
Reno, are parents of a doughte
ter, Velda, of Wlnnatoon, Nebr.,
came Wednesday for a visit with
the formers sister, Mrs. Herbert
nvuui puiwnw «• « ------ -— —------ —» -
bom Tuesday, August 25, at 5:35 Kremeicr and family,
p.m. She weighed eight pounds Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brucggen and
and 10 ounces and has been nam- daughters of Dover, visited relu-
ed Carol Ann. Mrs. Kraus and tives here Wednesday afternoon
the infant were dismissed Satur- and evening.
t«__ t W
weighing eight pounds
i born Wednes-
and four ounces was
day, Aug. 26, at 3:n58 p.m. to
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mueggenborg.
The infant has been named Den-
nis Ray. Mrs. Mueggenborg and
the baby were dismissed Monday.
A son who has been named
Ronald Francis, was born to Mr.
und Mrs. Sylvester Osterholt,
Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 5:15 p.m.
The infunt weighed eight pounds
und four ounces. Mrs. Osterholt
and the baby were dismissed Mon-
A son weighing eight pounds
and two ounces was bom to Mrs.
Roy Bloom of El Reno, at 11:37
p.m. Thurs'day, Aug. 27. The in-
lunt has been named Delman Roy.
Mrs. Bloom und the infHnt were
Mrs. Harold Rogers, Union City,
who has been a surgical patient
the past two weeks was dismissed
Mrs. Eugene Young, El Reno,
und her infant daughter Pamela
Jean, were dismissed Tuesday,
Mrs. Frank Egan, Culumct, and
daughter Janet, wero dismissed
Tuesday. The baby was born
Also dismissed on Aug. 25 wus
Mrs. Jessie Lanning, Watonga,
who was a surgical patient the
past two weeks.
Discharged on Aug. 26, were
Mrs. George Gooden, Kingfisher
and her infunt son, Dale Allen,
born Aug. 21 and Roy Wise, Beth-
any, who was a surgicu! patient
since Aug. 20 and Mrs. Mary E.
Choice, El Reno, a surgical patient
since Aug. 21, was dismissed last
Patients discharged on Aug 28,
were Mrs. William F. Andrews, El
Reno, who was a medical patient,
Mrs. Elizabeth Embrce, Geary, a
surgical patient since Aug. 16;
Mrs. Walbotz Gallagher, El Reno,
medical, and Mrs. Clifford White-
man, El Reno, and her infant son,
Richard Byron, born Aug. 23.
Admissions on Saturday, Aug.
29, were Ray Lee, Kingfisher, who
is medical patient. Jake Bloom, 13-
year-old son of Mrs. Roy Bloom,
El Reno, who underwent minor
surgery and was dismissed Sun-
day. . ,
Mrs. Margaret Leitncr, has been
a medical patient since Saturday.
Mrs. William Nunce, Geary, sur-
gical, was dismissed Saturday.
Mrs. Edward Haley. Calumet, en-
Mrs. J. M. Finley, and children
of Oklahoma City, spent the week-
end in the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Busche. Mr.
Finley spent Sundoy evening here
with them and uecompuniea them
Vogt-Rempe Vows Exchanged
Miss Elizabeth Lucille Vogt,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Vogt, became the bride of George
Rempe, son of Mrs. Ben Rempe
of Oklahoma City and the late
Mr. Rempe, In a double ring cere-
mony at 8:30 a.m. in the holy
Trinity Catholic church, Monday,
Aug. 24. Rev. Edwin Buxton,
performed the ceremony, preced-
ing the Nuptial High Mass. The
ultar wus decorated with basket*
of while Gladioli and lighted can-
dles, and Emerald Palms and large
baskets of the white gladioli
formed the setting In the sunctu-
ary. The family pews were mark-
ed with white satin ribbon bows
centered with palm leaves. Mrs.
Bill Lawrcnz played the tradi-
tional wedding marches and ac-
companied the Holy Trinity choir.
Thomas Teague sang the "Ave
Maria" and "On This Duy, Oh
Beautiful Mother," accompanied
her father, wore a dress of white
Chantilly lace and Tulle over sa-
tin. The fitted lace bodice wus
fashioned with a tulle yoke out-
lined with scallops of the luce und
was trimmed with irridesccnt se-
quins. The sleeves were long und
tapered to points over the hands.
Luce panels trimmed the front of
the skirt and from the waist at
the back the lace panes extended
to the end of the Chapel length
train. The satin crown trimmed
with Irridesccnt sequins held the
shoulder length vein of Illusion.
She carried u white satin prayer-
book, mounted with u white yel-
low throated Orchid showered
with stephnnotis and white satin
streamers. She also wore the tra-
ditional something old, new, bor-
rowed and blue.
Miss Mary Wlewel was mnld of
honor. She wore a dress of pink
net over taffeta fashioned with a
luce bolero and peplum. Her
matching headdress was fashioned
like that worn by the bride. She
wore matching mitts trirfimed
with sequins and curried a colo-
nial bouquet of daisies und carna-
tions. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Ed-
ward Vogt, sister-in-lnw of the
bride, und Miss Mildred Schaefer.
Before'his appointment as pastor
of the newly established parish of
St. Bernard’s, Father Wlewcll ser-
ved for 10 years os the Secre-
tary of the Most Rev, Joseph P.
Lynch, D. D., Bishop of the Dio-
cese of Dallas. He was assistant
ut the Sacred Heart Cathedral
fiom 1937 to 1947, during which
time he was also Chaplain ut Ur-
sallne Academy. He was Professor
ol Sociology at St. Puul’s Hospital
school of Nursing, Dallas, from
1943 to 1947. At present he is
the Diocesan Director of the Holy
Name Society and of the Diocesan
council of Catholic Nurses. He
was appointed by Bishop Lynch
tc make the Pilgrimage to Rome
during the Holy Year.
Born in Okarche, on April 9,
1911 Father Wlewell attended Holy
Trinity Catholic school and High
school in Okarche, graduating In
1929. He attended St. Benedict’s
college, Atehlnson, Kans., graduat-
ing with a Bachelor of Arts degree
in 1933. He studied Theology at
St. John's Seminary, San Antonio,
Texus, and was ordained to the
Priesthood by Bishop Lynch, In
the Sacred Heart Cathedral, Dal-
las, on June 13, 1937. He Is n
son of Mr. and Mrs. Math Wlc-
well of Alamo, Texus and broth-
er of T. J. Wirwell and Art Wie-
woll of Okarche.
Entertain at Dinner
Honoring their brother, Pvt.
Paul Hoehner of Ft. Bliss, Texas,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hoehner en-
tertained at a dinner Tuesday eve-
ning when other guests were his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hoeh-
ner, daughter Anna Mue, and sons
Norbert and Mark.
Mr. and Mrs. fVenk Gleichman
and Mr. and Mrs. Amil Huelskoet-
tcr and family of Seagoville, Tex.,
wore dinner guests Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs, O. R.
by Mrs. i_,awrenz. -----. —„ , -
The bride given in murringe by evening of Mr. and Mrs. Richuid
Wward j ' Their dresses, mitts und headdress
the hospital Sunday to un- fll9hioned
Jergo surgery, and Mrs. Ralph
Umcaster, El Reno, was admitted
Monday, Aug. 31, for surgery.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Grau-
mnnn and children returned Sun-
day night to their home at Gran-
ite after spending the weekend
in the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Peters.
Sliver Wedding Anniversary
On Sunay. Aug. 30, Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolf Meyer, observed their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary
with open house during the after-
noon and evening. The dining
table was covered with n lace
tablecloth and was centered with
a four tiered wedding cake topped
with a silver (25) to mark the
occasion, flanked by lighted can-
dles in silver holders placed on
silver doilies. Red roses which
were gifts to Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
decorated the room. For the oc-
casion Mrs. Meyer wore a two-
piece dross of silver grey orlon.
Her corsage and the boutonniere
worn by Mr. Moyer were of white
carnations, and were gifts from
their children. In the evening
guests were entertained at cards
and games. Prizes were won by
Mrs. H. W. Kremeier, Mrs. George
Lemz und Mrs. Lester Kremeier.
Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer displayed many nice gifts,
during which time pictures were
taken of them and their guests.
They also received many cards of
congratulations. R e f r e s hments
were served to about 70 guests.
Those present during the after-
noon and evening were Mr. and
Mrs. Robert K. Wattson and chil-
dren of Wichita, Kans., Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Henrichs, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Schroeder and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman ZumMallen
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bee-
cher and family, Mr. and Mrs.
John Ahlden and sons, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Meyer und family,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kremeicr
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Meyer and son, Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Kremeicr and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Henrichs and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moeller
and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Kremeier and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Kremeier and
son, Mr. and Mrs. K. Schroe-
der and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Dannehl and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer and
daughters and their daughters.
Miss Verilea Meyer, Miss Lonna
Meyer, and Mrs. George Lenz and
Mr. Lenz of Oklahoma City. An-
other daughter Miss Florence
Meyer, who is with the Western
Air Lines at Los Angeles, Calif,
was unable to attend, but called
her parents on long distance to
extend her congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder
and Mr. und Mrs. Bill Schroeder
left Sunday for a visit with their
daughters in Texas. The Herman
Schroeders will be guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Themer and chil-
dren at Forney, Texas; and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill 'Schroeder will visit
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oakley, at
Dallas this week.
Mrs. John Schurman, left Wed-
nesday, on the Rocket, to return
to her home at Mew Germany,
Minn.; after spending 10-days vis-
iitfng her sisters, Mrs. Frank Gor-
man, Mrs. Harry Brucggen and
Mrs. John Busche.
Mrs. Bd Kremeier and daugh
ot nile g r e en were fashioned
identical to lie maid of honor.
They carried Colonial bouquets of
pink daisies and enrnations. All
attendants wore a two strand pearl
necklace. Susan Kay Vogt, niece
of the bride wus flower girl. Her
dress, and headdress wus identi-
cal to the brides dress. She car-
ried a small white gardenia mount-
ed on a satin covered prayerbook
with sutln treamers. Benny Rem-
pe, nephew of the groom was ring
Dearer. He was attired in a white
suit and carried the rings on a
satin pillow. Jerry Rempe was
bestmun for his brother und ushers
were Johnny Rempe brother of the
groom and Edward Vogt brother
of the bride.
For her daughters wedding Mrs.
Vogt wore a sheer brown printed
dress with brown und beige ac-
cessories. The groom's mother
wore u light blue crepe dress with
navy anti white accessories. Both
mothers wore a corsage of white
Following the ceremony a wed-
ding breakfast was given in the
home of the brides parents. A
dinner was served at 1:00 p.m.
in the Holy Trinity hall for a large
number of relatives nnd friends
ol the couple. The brides table
wus centered with a three tiered
wedding cake topped with a mini-
ature bridal couple flanked by
candles in crystal holders. After
the bride and groom cut the cake.
Mrs. Grady Burton, sister of the
groom was in charge of the cake.
Mrs. Frank Annuschat sister of
the bride registered the guests.
At 8 p.m. a reception followed by
a dance was held in the Bohemian
Hall at Yukon. Assisting at the
refreshment table were Mrs. John
Modele, Mrs. Gregory Kruuter sis-
ters of the bridegroom.
For going away the bride wore
a light blue wool suit with navy
accessories and an orchid corsage.
Following a short wedding trip
to Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Rempe
will reside on a farm southwest
of Oklahoma City.
Rev. Wlewell Made Monslgnor
Rev. John M. Wiewell, of Dallas,
Texas, und formerly of Okarche,
was ordained a Monsignor in a
ceremony recently held in the St
Dnennerrc nhnrnh DtillnS nf Ufhicl'
Schroeder and sons
Banns are Published
Announcement was mude Sun-
day In the Holy Trinity Catholic
church of the engagement und ap-
proaching marriugo of Miss Thcre-
su Ewers, of Kingfisher, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F.wers,
of Hitchcock, and Thomas Ottis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ottis,
of Okarche. The wedding will be
an event of September 9, in the
St. Peter und Paul Catholic church
in Kingfisher. Miss Ewers is em-
ployed by the REA at Kingfisher.
Mr. Ottis is engaged in farming.
They will reside in Kingfisher fol-
lowing their murriage.
Holy Trinity School
Registration was scheduled for
Monday und Tuesday, Aug. 24 and
25, at the Holy Trinity Catholic
school for all high school and
grude students; however, the num-
ber has not been announced, as
several more are expected to en-
roll before the school opens on
Sept. 8. High school instructors
nnd their subjects are us follows:
Sister M. Edwlna, principal, geo-
graphy, world history, sociology
and American history; Sister Mary
William, English I, II, 111 nnd IV;
Sister M. Amanda, algebra I, typ-
ing I, bookkeeping and shorthand
I: Sister M. Vincent, home econo-
mics I and II, home living, nnd
home economics, boys' class; Sis-
ter M. Remegia, geometry, gencrnl
science, Latin I, and biology: Sis-
ter M. Eleanor, bund, chorus and
general music Rev. Edwin Bux-
ton, director of athletics nnd teach,
cr nf religion; Mr. Huston Adams,
agriculture I, II nnd III. Grade
teachers Include: grade 1—Sister
M. Theodora; grade II and III—
Sister M. Agatha: grade III and
IV—Sister M. DeSnles; grade V—
Sister M. Orvella; grade VI—Sis-
ter M. Agnesia; grade VII—Sister
M. Angelina and grade VIII—Sis-
ter M. Sophia. New teachers on
the staff are Sister Amanda. Sis-
ter Agatha. Sister Orvella nnd
Mrs. Leo Wilson and daughter.
Joann, of Oklahoma City, spent
Sundny and Monday in the home
of Mrs. Wilson's brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Lodes and are visiting other rela-
tives here this week.
Mlsa Rother Honored at Party
The Young Ladies Society of
Holy Trinity church entertained
Thursday evening with a swim-
ming party and wiener roast, as
a farewell party complimentary
to Miss Betty Mac Rother, who
will leuve Sunday, Aug. 30, to
enter the Convent of the Sisters
of the Most Precious Blood, Wichi-
ta, Kans., as u novice. Following
the swim nnd wiener roost the
evening was spent at out-door
games. Thirty-five members and
one guest, Miss Mary Kay Wright,
were present. Miss Rother daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frans Rother,
was secretary and treasurer of the
Sodality and is a senior in high
school. As a going-away gift the
group presented her with a Missel.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heinen
and family, of Ponca City, spent
the weekend in the homes of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Pvt. Paul H-jehner, of Ft. Bllsa,
Texas, came Saturday night for
a 10-day leave In the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hoehner. He has been assigned
to report on Sept. 3, at Ft. Lewis,
Wash., from where he will lesve
Oeorgc Gleichman, of the Naval
Base, Norman, who spent several
days in the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gleichman, left
Thursday for San Francisco, Calif,
from where he will depart for
service In Hawaii.
Latham ■ Ladles Eatartaha
The Ladles Aid Society of St.
John's Lutheran church entertain-
ed Sundav evening In the Hall at
the church basement at Bunco and
card garnet, when their husbands
and their families were guests.
High awards In the games went
to Herman ZumMallen and Mrs.
John Boh 1 man, and George Sch-
roeder und Mrs. Albert Dannehl
won the consolation prizes. Re-
freshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeRaad and
daughters, Shirley and Jerry, of
LemuiB, Iowa, left Friday to re-
turn to theh home after spending
several days visiting relatives hero.
While here they were guests in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Luber and Mrs. Agnes Mans*.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil lluclskdet-
tcr and family, returned Satur-
day to their home at Seagoville,
Texas after spending a 10-day va-
cation in the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gleichman
nnd with ether relatives here. Mrs.
Emma Huelskoetter, mother of Mr.
Huelskoctter accompanied them
home for a two week visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Standard re-
turned last week from Winona,
Kans., where they spent the past
five weeks visiting their son nnd
dnughter-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Tom Standard and son.
Miss Mary Kay Wright and her
brother, Joe Wright, of Colorado
Springs, Colo., left Monday morn-
ing to return to their home after
spending a week us guests o f
Misses Mary and Ann McCarthy,
and John McCarthy in the home
of their purents, Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Mary Beth and Helen
Jane Smith, accompanied by their
aunt, Mrs. Henry Moeller, return-
ed Thursday to their home at
Wellington, Kans., after spending
the past 10 days in the Moeller
home und visiting their grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Stand-
P / n_w., Mrs. Frank H. Phillips, first grade teacher
OCnOO/ L/UJrS. at Central elementary school is shown, top
photo, with some of her first grade pupils who arc just beginning
many years of school. Left to right are Jonny Calahan, Elva Mae
Dean, Johnny Wilson, Johnny Potts, Fred Kyle Yates, Dolores Kay
Patterson, Mrs. Phillips, Dianna Kay Walker and Kenneth Leroy
Allen. In bottom photo, Miss Fara E Klnkade, who teaches third
grade and who has been at Central since 1935, is shown with three
of her new pupils. They are left to right, Gloria Jean Lacefield,
Michael Steonrod and Gcygo Thomas Wage. _______
Lands Here After
While soaring planes are con-
siderably limited in their scope
und direction of travel, one of
the sailplane enthusiasts demons-
trated last Thursduy that an ex-
pert can decide in advance where
he is going and then make the
trip as scheduled.
Thus D. A. Reed of Aldington,
Texas, set forth in his Laster-
Knufman sailplane from Grand
Prairie, Texas, soon after 11 a.m.,
and landed here Just before 5
The Elm Glen club held their o'clock after successfully negotint-
annual picnic at the Adams park ing the 20“ “i,“ 4""nt hls
— - • 1 ■ ------ —1,1 rr.oturless “l_____
ripating in the annual Southwest
JDl IY Soaring Tournament which is
Mr and Mrs. William Wallace under way this week, and as a
and children were among the din- result of his feat he stood second
--- • -* in the meet up to that day.
Elm Glen New j
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
The Elm Glen school started on
Monday with 11 students. Mis.
Calvin Siegrist is tho teacher.
Mrs. W. F. Schumacher and
Mrs. L. R. Shultz spent Friday in
the Ernest Liebscher home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Everett
anct family have moved to the
Jim Everett farm.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schumacher
attended the Farm Bureau meet-
ing in the Ralph Royse jr. home
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Kroger
and sons called in the Will Schu-
macher home Sunday evening. |
In 1952 , 2,090,000 Americans I
were injured in truffle accidents.
ot about the same time but was
forced to land at Duncan. Mr.
Reed, who is president of the
Texas Soaring Assn., originally
planned to set Oklahoma City as
his goal, but later changed to El
Reno. He reached a maximum
altitude of 7,300 feet. He flew
over Duncan, Chickasha and Min-
co and then finding he wWs losing
altitude headed northeast to pick
up a thermal. With the help of
this he was more than 5,000 feet
up when he came to El Reno and
cculd have gone much farther.
However, since he had set his
goal before leovi.ig the starting
area, he added 20 per cent to
,hlc points record as a bonus for
the goal flight. Mr. Reed design-
ed the canopy arrangement for
his sailplane. It has a wingapread
of 50 feet. His crew came by
outo from Grand Prairie and dis-
assembled the machine and hauled
it back for another flight Friday.
the meet up 10 mac uay. A1ReedtT I"!,e‘udwVtkins'
Another soaring pilot, Pat Sher- Airport by Ralph Watkins, oca1
man, took off from Grand Prairie • soaring expert and an old friend.
Juan Paul Whinery
Jean Paul Whinery, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Dale Whinery, 900 South
Gresham, was seriously wounded
Monday when he was accidentally
shot through the chest by a .38
revolver. He was rushed to the
El Reno Sanitarium where h i s
condition is reported to be im-
proved, however he is still report-
ed to be in serious condition.
The accident happened when the
youth, 15 and Wayne Kelly, 16,
of 1501 South Choctaw, discovered
a gun case containing the .38 re-
volver and a .22 revolver In a
garage owned by M. C. Cadle,
1033 South Miles.
While handling the .38, Kelly
accidentally fired the shot which
struck Whinery in the right side
of the chest and emerged from the
right side of the back. The acci-
dent occurred about 12:30 p.m.
The Whinery youth was cutting
the Cadle lawn nnd Kelly, who
lives with his aunt, Mrs. Clara
Phillips, joined the Whinery boy,
according to Police Chief Lee
Harvey said Cadle thought the
gun was not loaded, Neither Mi
nor Mr*. Cadle were home at the
time of the accident.
Mrs. Anna L. Lorenzen and Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Baker, 603 S. Had-
den, have as their guest, Mrs. Da-
vid A. Mason of San Francleco,
Calif. She was accompanied here
by her nephew, John L. Prltner,
who was recently discharged from
the navy. Prltner is visiting with
relatives here and in Oklahoma
City. Mrs. Mason is the daughter
of Mrs. Lorenzen and the twin
sister of Mrs. Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bourne, 703
S. Bickford, will go to Dallas Fri-
day where they will spend sev-
eral days attending the Jewelry
✓ b i v\ A! • ; - r
RID fCOBATF NOW
'V-Kxrar Ute The
labor and Mofn/icm On
tow Mon’My Payment^
220 W. Woodion Phone 600
Brilliant Alfalfa Seeders—8*
$1,00 Per Acre
Make Your Reservations Early
HALVERSON IMPLEMENT CO.
Phone 49 El Reno
HARD TO GET...
BUT WE’VE GOT ’EM!
SMITH-CORONA AND REMINGTON
Portable Typewriters — Sale or Rental.
218 SOUTH BICKFORD
Bernard's church, Dallas, of which
he is pastor. Father Wiewell is
known in the Dallas Diocese as
the Builder Pastor. He is on the
diocesan buildingn committee and
is also In charge of the annual
Christ the King procession in the
city. He has built a church, rec-
tory, school, convent, and kinder-
garten. Hls next project is an-
other now church.
He has 610 families in his parish
and 425 children in his school.
Mighty Easy Living
Does so MUCH
costs so Lime
Oklahoma Gas and Elktric Company
Serving Dependable Ehetricify Since 1909
Donald S. Kennedy. PresMenf
OUR NEW BODY DEPARTMENT
it now located at rear of
Used Car Lot at
306 North Choctaw
We have built a large shop on thii lot, which gives
ut three time* the floor space available at our former
WE ARE IN POSITION TO TAKE CARE OF ANY
BODY REPAIR WORK WITHOUT DELAY.
Elmer Brannon, who has been with Mr. Stringfield
since 1936, is in charge of this department.
MIDWEST MOTOR CO.
Oldsmobile-Cadillac Agency, 210 W. Rogers
Used Car & Body Shop, 306 N. Choctaw
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