The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 284, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 17, 1935 Page: 4 of 6
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EL RENO (OK.) DAII/i TRIBUNE
SUNDAY, MARCH 17,1935.
The El Reno Daily Tribune
A Blue Illhhon
A Him* HIIiImhi
Corn in unit y.
HOLLYWOOD’S GREATEST ALL IN ONE PICTURE
Miss Irene Collins Weds
John (’ox of Minco
lttsuetl dally except Saturday
from ::o: South Hock island ave-
nue. and entered as second-class
mall matter under the Act of
Mnreh 3, 1879.
HAY .1. DYRR
Rdltor and Publisher
ftudiro Hsrle___ News l’dltor
M. K. York.- AdverllsInR Munwr
The ASSOCI AT HI > PHRSS Is ex-
clusively entitled to the use for
re-pnblicatlon of all the news
*Hspnh*hes credited to it *»r not
♦redited by this paper, and also
(o all the local news therein.
All rights of publication of spe-
cial dispatches herein are also re-
ii \ 11 \ si ihi itirnoN itv i i s
One week $ 12
Three mont 11.35
One vear $.YI0
lly 'lull In CitiiiHlInti mnl
\ «l iolllllllt i iHlllllt'M
One year ft 90
Six months ... -. $-.-r*0
Thr«e months f I 3f>
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SUNDAY, MAIiCII 17, im
BV TRIBUNE <'OKRESPONDENT
MINCO, March 16—Mr. and Mrs
C. C. Collins of Scott have announc-
ed the marriage of their daughter
Irene, to John Cox. son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Cox of Minco, on Sunday,
al the home of the bride's parents
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. Travis Bledsoe of Scott.
A wedding dinner was enjoyed.
Mb* Hollie Lauderdale was a
Chickasha visitor Monday.
Mrs. B. B. Klttlcy visited in
Chickasha Monday afternoon and
was accompanied home by her moth-
er. Mrs. George A. Tennison.
Marjorie Rhea McMahan. Ienorti
Grant and Joe Fltzgernld were
Chickasha visitors Monday morning.
Evereli Thompson of Chickasha.
visited in Minco Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell McMahan
visited in Guthrie Tuesday.
Haskell Dobbs made a business
trip to Stillwater Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Robertson
were Chickasha visitors Tuesday.
Gits Ressner of Mena. Ark., ar-
rived in Minco Wednesday lor a
lew days visit with Mr. W P. Cullen
Miss I.uellle Smedlev of Chickasha,
was a business visitor in Minco
Mrs. O. F Robinson and son,
Jerry, are visiting friends In Okla-
Jnek Hill. Ren Hill. Avanell Dyke
Federal Employes Enter-
tain At Party
Ketro -(joldw-ifn -Mayer Travelmq Motion Picture Studio on World Thun.
THE UNTAMED TONGUE: He
that keepeth Ills moulh keepeth ''nimm"Garnet "fflil"" Agnes
hts life; but lie that opcnclh wide|^nn fjil/nmn. Freddie McConnell,
his lips shall have destruction. | imogene Compton and Audry Hill
Proverbs 13: 3 | attended a theatre In Chickasha
Mrs, Willis Williams went to
Stratford Tuesday to accompany
Flla Brundridge and daughter. Jo
(aVerne, who have been guests of
Mr and Mrs. IMatheny vis-
ited the latter’s sister. Mrs. Harry
Devine, and Mr Devine at Fnllis,
the first of the week.
Miss lenora Grant. I xml Baker
and Richard Callahan attended n
WASHINGTON. March 16 (U.Pi
Congress gets the credit for legli
lating for the country, but ICs a I ih'entre"'in ’‘chiVkalha^^K^av'eve-
rare congressman who writes hi „|nB
own laws. Mr and Mrs Odlss DeOraffenield.
rlie actual statutes, known to the:of Oklahoma Cilv. ^oent Monday
public usually by the name of the evening in the home of the latter’s
man who Introduces them, me usu
ally written by an anonymous ex-
pert. Laws are drafted by two
’brain trusts." One Is the well
known collection of government
experts and attorneys which func-
tions In the new deal agencies.
The other and much older "brain
trust" is the one that congress
maintains for itself.
Mrs Agnes Snlzmiui.
The congressional "brain trust"
goes under ihc name of the "leg-
islative counsel." It has been op-
ciatlng since 1919. though seldom
breaking mto print. It amoun'.s
to a machine lor grinding out
Here is the way it works:
Sam Jones, who has been n
gitweryman up to now, gets elect-
ed to congress He’s never drawn
up a law in hts life and knows darn
well that he would get tangled up
nt the first "whereas:" He comes
down to Washington with ii fine
plan for amending the nra to
make special provisions for grocery
stores Hi- knows all about gro-
cery stores and lie know they need
this measure. But he doesn’t know
how to write It Into law,
So Sam goes to the legislative
counsel of the house. Hr toll; hi;,
tale ■ i ’ii: The legislative coun-
sel smiles politely and says fine,
he will draw him up a lot) p*r
cent law that will cover all the
points Sum lun in mind. Borne
days later the law Is delivered to
He takes it down to congress. In-
troduces H. fighis for It and even-
tually It's pant'd. Throughout the
country word goes out that, the
Jones grocery bill has passed.
Mbs Helen Sheets, who attends
the Oklahoma College for Women
in Chickasha, Is spending Ihe week-
end in the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed R Sheets, 620 8euth
Twenty of Hollywood’s grente*
stars in one picture!
It sounds almost incredible
doesn’t It, and vet when Ihe clab
orate Metro-Ooldw.vn-Maver travel
tng motion picture studio arrive
here Tuesdni. a screen show wil
lx- presented aboard the studic
with Joan Crawford. Norma Shear-
er. Mady Christians. Wallace Beery
John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore
Mvrnn Low Jean Harlow, Clark
Oable, Robert Montgomery, Holer
Hayes. Groin Oarbo. Ramon No-
varro. Jean Parker. James iSchnoz
zlei Durante, Robert Young. Wil-
liam Powell Jackie Cooper. I.aure'
and Hardy, and Johnny Weissmul-
ler in they cast.
The screen show Is to be pre-
sented free of charge on the elab-
orate rear projection screen located
aboard the traveling studio, and
film fans of this city arc Invited
to witness the performance as the
guests of the Metro-Ooldwyn-Mayer
company and the Criterion theatre.
II is scheduled to be presented
promptly al 6 o’clock, and in addi-
tion to the stars 'listed above, all
of whom are under contraet, to
if - G - M raster, including Lewis
Rone, Franehot Tone. Madge Ev-
ins. Maureen O'Sullivan. Nils
lather, Diana Wynvnrd. Lune
talez. Karen Morley, Stuart Er-
vin, Alice Brady, Ben Lyon, Jean
Tersholt, Phillips Holmes, Mae
Clarke, will be seen.
Metro-Ooldwyn-Mayer. the com- uounced.
lures upon the screen, and the
sound equipment alone is valued
This equipment Is to be opened
for inspection when the studio
arrives here, and may be viewed
In front of the Criterion theatre
from 4 until 7 o'clock, it was an-
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
CONCHO. March 16—The Hi-Y
organization at Concho, under the
sponsorship of Keith Kelly, left
Friday morning for Oklahoma City
to attend the Hi-Y convention
(here. The boys to go were Wil-
liam Tall Bird. Benny Spotted Wolf,
John White Buffalo. Stanley Sleep-
er. Willie Fletcher. Kish White
Bird, Charles Hawkins, Jerome
Paupa, Junior Rowlodge. Tommy
Blnckwolf, Bobby Gabaldon. Ben
Clark and Roe Fletcher.
The Concho unit of the Na-
tional Federation of Federal Em-
ployes entertained the Anadarko
unit with a St. Patrick’s dance and
card party Thursday night.
The decorations consisted of
green and white shamrocks sus-
pended from the ceiling in a very
Preceding the party, the Concho
unit held a business meeting in
which the group discussed the ac-
tivities of the organization of the
past few months.
Morgan Heard At
"Repentance" was the sermon
subject of Rev. Oliver Morgan,
evangelist, in the revival service
Friday night at the Nazarene
church. A large, choir, composed
mostly of young persons, was led
by Mrs. Morgan.
Rev. ahd Mrs. M. T. Brandyber-
ry, local pastors, state they "are
encouraged with the outlook of the
meeting and the splendid coopera-
tion the church is manifesting."
v Large crowds are expected to
hear the Morgans preach and sing
at services each night this week,
with the meetings opening at 7:45
p. m. The evangelists are residents
ol Indianapolis, Ind.. and have
conducted successful revivals for
a number of years.
Mrs. J. A. Stinson, east of the
city, is convalescing at her home
lrorn injuries received in n reeent
Rene Barsalon. of Oklahoma City,
is a guest in the home of his grand-
mother, Mrs. George L. Morris, 520
South Miles avenue.
Mrs. Martin Keller, 240 North
! Donald avenue, Is visiting relatives
mny which has the reputation of
... Eleven people In nil are journey-
many great pictures, had this film ominPIlt Metro-Ooldwyn-Mayer
nade at the studios especially for ^ soundmftn and camera
showing aboard their greet travel- , offlclal MltX PacIor
:ng motion picture studio. |makP.up artist from the film
t TZ '"dm In California, and it is an-
-ram Is being presented, film fans nounced that th,,y wln ,* nvail-
tull lx Permitted to enter the w ,0 nnsWPr questions concern-
studio to view the equipment which i||g mot|on plctupe lnduslry
Pictures upon the screen, and the whlle the f>ludi0 Ls vislUng h<,n>
operations will be explained in de- In addition to the studio itself,
tall by the studio’s chief projec- the Hollywood caravan consists of
New York Stock
NEW YORK. March 16 </Pi—1The
stock market lacked the stamina to
continue its recovery Saturday, and
closed with mixed gains and losses
The list perked up a little in
the early trading, but soon turned
irregular. American Telephone was
heavy from the start, and mining
llonlst. la special built Studebaker camera
The traveling studio, which is car and pilot car. Every city and were depressed by uncertaln-
now on a five year educational town in the United States will be ties surrounding the gold bloc con-
lour of the world, was constructed visited, according to plans, and ffrpncp to PonvPnP in °--------
hi) I ho Vlnl t'n.fl/ilrht't’i'i. M'li'nv omm. i Imn llm cliiHin urilt ho uhlrmA#) In ... _
by the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer com- then the studio will be shipped to
pony at a cast of $150,000 It com- Europe and the far cast, visiting
bines factlittes for both the filming every country on the globe where
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, many other land recording of sound pictures as Metro-Ooldwyn-Mayer pictures nre
prominent screen players on the (well as the projection of these pic-.shown.
Among the most useful books to
he found on the shelves »i Ihe
El R no Carnegie library Is "Book-
keeping for Immediate Use” bv J.
This volume is written tn text-
book form primarily for the inex-
perienced youth, lo aid him in
keeping In systematic and ron-
venlrnt form the records of Ills
pi r onnl affairs, of Ills part-time
business ventures, of his family and
ol hi; school clubs and other so-
Practical problems and arith-
metical drills are given at the end
of each chapter. Matty specimens
of forms are shown. This book is
Ideal for the person who wishes to
review bookkeeping theory in a
smart time bill With authoritative
i u Ida nee
By R. G. MONTGOMERY'
1 ■ ".e wr«»i I
The legislative counsel Is mlgh’i
Useful to congress. Drawing up
xta tiitiv, gels more and more tech-
nical Even the legislative experts
get tripped up from lime to time.
Marvin R Winters. 21. and Irene
Mac Bernhardt. 20, both of Hitch-
Karl Ted ford, 32. ami Eunice Bar-
ber, 32, both of Oklahoma City
I. C. Stewart, 35, of Oklahoma
City, and otile o, Stephenson, 34,
Surah Lawton v*. Mathew Law*
ton. Petition for decree of divorce
filed In district eourt
Oil and (in Lease
Allen Massey, et as. to M. T
Myers, NW 36-13n-I0w
Frank Hause. el al, to M T
Myers. NW 31-13n-9w.
March 17, 1920
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gallagher en-
tertained at dinner last night to
honor the second birthday annlver-
:uy of their son. Daniel Owen
tolls'her Guests were Mrs J W
Maher. Miss Ruth Maher. Rav r.nd
T W Maher.
Mary Dean is trapped by her
late llnclc Nathan's will. The
reeentrie old millionaire has be-
queathed his fortune lo Mary
and her younger brother and
sister. Jerry and Ann, but only
on condition that Mary marries
Jarred Marsh, a young man
from South Amrrieu who she
lias never seen until he arrives
for the reading of the will. They
agree to marry lor the sake of
lerr) and Ann. But Don Har-
vey. newspaper reporter, who is
In love with Mary. Is deter-
mined to stop the marriage lie
steals the will. The police are
notified and seize him in a cafe
in the presence of Mary and
Jarred, but when the will is not
found on him hr is released.
But Mary did not move She
wondered what Aunt Nettie had
come here to say
"You look Just like your moth-
er.” the old lady remarked.
"You’ve got that same vital look."
"I dont feel quite so peppy right
now.” Mary said.
’’I know Nathan acted a perfect
fool,” Aunt Nettie said shortly
“Hi was the craziest one ol the
Deans-—but he could mam
money." She putted Mary's arm
"Did you look at the will, dear
that Is. yourself?"
"Well I’ve been sizing up this
young Marsh and I’ve been
thinking I think you'd octtri
send him on bark to South Amer-
ica and forget about him lie's a
good enough sort, but not your
kind Mary. You would not gel
ARY and Jarred had had along"
mile ,o 10 eaeh olXe, yStmSiT “4
on their way home In a taxi
after leaving Don with the
police at the Cafe Ell Mary
was too upset about Don to
want to talk and Juried tact-
fully respected her silence.
A UNT NETTIE snorted "Th< i
“ polled kids Tin »• need I
A Problem A Day
Monday. Transfers for the two
hours session were only 300,OOC
New York Cotton
NEW YORK. March 16 ;4»l—The
cotton market was quite active in
Saturday's short session and the
market developed a decidedly weak
Although Liverpool cables were
If 165 pound.; of metal No. A
arc worth 37.125 lbs. of metal No. much better than due and sterling
B how many pounds of metal No.' was higher, the market here open-
A should be exchanged for 172.8 ed 11 to 15 points down.
lb. of metal No. B?
(Acme Photo.] |
"Eaby Face” George K. Arthur,
motion picture aetbr (above), who ]
used to appear in silent films as a j
foil for his tall, lanky partner, the j
late Karl Dane, was arrested as a j
jewel thief when he stepped down
the gangway of the steamship Co-
lombia in New York on a return
trip from Nassau. The actor, ac- I
cording to police and operatives |
of Scotland Yard who have been 1
looking for him since last Octo-
ber, tricked Mary Jopling, 18 year
old daughter of Morgan W. Jo-
pling, president of the New York
Rubber company, into smuggling
a bracelet into this country.
Answer to Friday's Problem
Allen $60. Brown $48. Harris $40.
.........11 In I day they will
<io 1-5 and 1-6 of the work
respectively. Add , 1-5 and 1-6;
divide 148 by 37; multiply 4 bv
15 by !2 by 10.
Bv ROBERTA LEE
Q What kind of Invitation should
one send for a dinner dance?
A. A note or an engraved card
with "dancing" in the corner."
Q. In a church wedding, where
do the bridegroom and the best
man leave their hats and gloves
during ihe ceremony?
A, In the vestry.
Q Is it neceaaary Hint the serv-
ice plate match Ihe dinner service?
CHICAGO. March 16 Mb—’Weak-
ness In feed cereals developed Sat-
Whent showed an early upward
price trend here, owing more or
! less to Liverpool quotations some-
iwhat better than due.
Dry conditions southwest and re-
ports of dust storms were addi-
tional bullish Influences. Opening
unchanged to '*C hifiher, May 93
to 93, Chicago wheat futures aft-
erward held near these limits.
Com started unchanged to 'ic
off. May 78'«. to 791. c. ltd sub-
Look and licarn
El Reno Markets
• Corrected to March 16>
Yellow corn. No. 2
White corn. No. 2
Mixed corn. No. 2
Kafir (white) No. 2
Mi Marie Jetde pent the week-
end III Sllllwnler. the giicxi of
Miss Mable Foster, who attends the
A ni'd M college. While there
■he attended the Kappa Alplin
Tl.i'ln annual and the Lambda Chi
Mrs, o A Puryear and children
who have been the guests for the
p; t ix »;cks of her parents. Mr
and Mr M D Llbbv. will de-
part for their home In Nashville
Mr; A B Warner was hostess
yesterday afternoon lo chapter M,
P E. O Sisterhood when members
enjoyed a talk from Mr. C K.
Grady on "The Parent Teacher
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED: Do
not say. "She is a popular nu-
thoresx." Say. "She is a popular
author (or writert,"
OFTEN MI8PRONOUNCED Di-
version. Pronounce dl-ver-»hun. l
as in It. not as in die. and observe
the sh, not pronounced hn zh.
OFTEN MISSPELLED Candid
(outspoken). Candied )preserved in
SYNONYMS: Irksome wear!-
some, vexatious, burdensome.
WORD STUDY: "Use a word
Ihree times and It la yours" Let
us increase our vocabulary by mnx-
leriiig one word each day. To-
day’s word COMPLEX (adjective);
complicated; Intriente. "Who un-
derstands the complex phenomena
Dancing and singing choruses In
biauilful costumes In musical com-
edy. "And II Rained," In hlgharhonl
auditorium Friday. 8 o. m Adm
At n meeting of the board of
education yesterday, Dr. W H
Martin was appointed u member
of the board lo fill the unexplred
term of R J, Roberts who recently
removed from the city.
J W Vance who has been tool J
lug after business mailers nt Cor-
dell and Rocky, Oklahoma, re-
lumed home this morning
St Patrick decorations were used
last evening bv the seniors when
they entertained the Juniors and
focuty of the hlglisehnol nt n bnn-
"uet nt Ihe Presbylerlnn ehureh
Clever prottnuns were written In
Irish and witty loasla were given
hv the Misses Nina Edmundson
I-otx Meenskey, Josephine Engle
Gladys Anderson. Mr. Pressley
Cornelius and Mr. C E. Ontdy.
Mr. Ray Windham was the master
Caneli Mnrsdcn, Baptist univer-
sity, who was n close observer o|
ihe games in the district tourna-
ment Friday and Saturday tnnde
• he following selection of an all-
district team: Forwards-Wallace
'i:d King both of El Reno Cen-
ter, Boyle, Anadnrko Guards —
Hammett. Anadarko, nnd Wheeler
El Reno, the latter captain of the
team a few things You lust gr
back to your tob and make then
live on what you con spare ’
"But I can't make nnvhlni
over what It takes to Keep nr '
Arrived nome. they (ound Aunt „„i ,
.11,. ,,.„m ..Mi.. Ml,rv explained They nav,
never been without money I'rr
late to try u
Nettie tn the living room sitting
m th. red plush chair w.th her '"(rv',‘ ""
nunds lulled over a pile ot nee- " ,<10
dlework. She had been dor.mg chnnHf ,hem
out roused as they entered
Mary felt a quick prick of con-
science. She crossed quickly to
tier aunt's side.
"They won't appreciate whir
you ate doing." Aunt Nettle n
sued "They'll be worse ofl in thi
“I enn’t let them down Aun'
,. . 1IKI,. . . Nettle Jerry would have a nnrr
A I NI NET IIE! What made unie getting a lob now with ><
you wait up for us?" many men out ol work and Aim
Aunt Nettie smiled thinly "1 js k*- young rm afraid of w!w
never was allowed tc gad about would nappen to her" Mar
**** *** *Jm|rs "’ben 1 was a girt |(>aned forward Impulsively am
and 1 dont aim to nave lolks Kissed her aunts eheeK "But vo
tosstptng about any Dean wo- are a dent to worry about me "
man " she said urlmly but there "You can have the live thoi
was a (led Ion in het tone sand Nathan telt pc had to tenv.
\ou must not worry about us me" Aunt Nettle sold rnaph
Jurrrd said ’’That will carrv Jerrv throne'
’ It tx vour duty young man tc ,ht. rps, of h|s rul)MP a„
ake care of Mary and my prlvi- Ann through school"
lege to see that you do it" Aunt
Nettle rose "I think ten minute) |\i|ARY SHOOK her head "It
would be about enough to say IV1 m, )ob from now on.. „
tood uivhl. said. "And besides. Jarred Is
Jarred laughed The old lad) perfect dear"
fnrn^ H *|**n* _*°°** *^fD "Any man would be a deut wi
TV* **“ f*‘>"">'< ■ mtll'on for It" Am
u_ M ‘ v «..ahM 2511' NflU*' CUt *n’ ' Yo" Ukp Plenty 0
•fih.wt X ! fine about this." she ro»e No
-Sites right about the ten min- ta to'bed."
I*1*8 'nl<* ttfinly "You Mary went to the doot with h
lnrffmnn,Vn ‘'Pruln» e,rntn« night Aunt Nettle • Sh
Hands In ni. SX& %% a?
.“.rJ'.Lr.r" r ,hi SSSS JsSmJTUSSI!
lilt no thrill from nis touch such Mary stepped out into the h;
Don Ita^vey'used to wikUn*r P ° * m,nul® shf s*» "'»* ***• '*«'"
k*Hi . Wl’re sl**‘ buinln* downstairs Ap
lunmd^awanrt liha hail '*W' *"d J«ired was Mill dowt
GoortTah, Md, ‘i1, ttw". She wondf.ed what n,
Good night Mnry. rral|y lhou#tu #bou, thtt #hll|,
• tpq'isiixc _____ situation He was in an iwKwata
U n h* r°0m' ^ary P0**1*0"' having a girt thrown at
u diunPtoUih,n i hP ‘*l hU hr"d and 0<,‘,,K UK) ,,,uc,’ oI »
it dtop to tlu bid Ihen the sat gentleman to dodge
down She was Bred and yet she she returned to nrr room
lhe w*“**,‘1 *«> *»• Ded. and Wrked up
rsar,cft her th°u8hu ,n **rr w,ni> a* *h« dw «>. a tomeo
She hart tor Inr n..., . ?roWn *nvel0P4 f*U to the door
nilmurs When1 .ll hP iaP" lf.n trom 0ne of **"“ ',dt PW’keU She
minutes when she heard a soft stooped and picfcrd It uo Slowiv
tap at her doo, Aunt Nett., in she opened li and .u!£ ,,t
K’Younnoh?di W,,n°na *n rr"'*1 P*W that she hrld in her
You ought to ot tn bed, cnild hand She was looking at Uncle
R' c came av.r and sat down be- Nathan * will! * 1 UncJ'
side Mary "Now you slip out ol ..
«u i. iliing;. while 1 goulp a bit"
1. What Is the significance of
Ihc triangle emblem of the Y. M.
2. How many miles long Is the
3. Who was Frederic Francois
4. In what city U Cornell Uni-
5. What Is the prayer uttered bv
pious Jews as they enter and
leave a house?
1. "Spirit, mind, nnd body."
2. About 50 miles.
3. Polish-French pianist and com-
4 Ithaca. N Y.
6. "May Oixl keep niy golriR out
amt my coming In from now on
and ever more."
El Reno Poultry
(Local poultry market prices fur-
nished at 2 p. m dnlly by the El
Reno Poultry and Egg Co t
Light Stags ................
with canners nnd cutters at *2.50
to 4 00.
Bulk of medium to good veals
brought *8.50 to 800, along with
similar quality slaughter calves.
A steady hog trade Saturday
found killer top of $9.15 showing
a loss of 35c from a week back,
and a decline nf 45c to 50c from
the high mark of Ihe week.
Bulk of lightweights finished on
a $7 25 to *8 50 basis, to show the
full decline, while some offerings
of a slaughter pig description sold
at $6.50 to $700
Lamb prices slipped back 65c fro
75c, for the sharpest one week
break In months. Spring lambs
closed with a quotable top of $8 60,
and n practical top of $8 50.
Misses Cerelda Hall and JaAnne
Chileott nre spending the week-end
In Oklahoma Citv where they at- I
tended the annual state htghschool
basketball tourney in the Classen I
HOW ( AN I ?
By ANNE ASIILEY
Q. How can I make a good dust-
A. Au excellent duster can be
made by using an old piece of
flannel, dipping It In paraffin nil
and letting It soak for several
hours. Wring out tightly, then
wash In tepid water and let dry.
It will gal her all dust and give a
good polish to furniture and floora.
Q. How can I Improve the flavor
A. The flavor of coffee will be
more delicious If It iR allowed to
stand for a few minutes after re-
moving from the fire Pouring
a little cold water Into the spout
will also have a settling effect
q How can I remove burnt stains
A Burnt stains can be removed
Dont aluminum, or other unsolder-
ed utensil of brass, tin. or Iron, by
placing II while empty over (he
gas flame or fire until red hot.
KANSAS CITY. March 18 lAV
Hogs, 150; not enough on sale to
test market; prices nominally
Cattle, 1.000; calves, 300; vealers
*900; stockers $8 65; heavy feed-
ers $10.50; bulk fed steers $950 to
12.00; bulk stockers $625 to 825
Sheep, 1.000. shorn lambs near
the close $6 85 to 700; odd lots
slaughter ewes early $5 50, Inter
sales mostly down from $5 25; feed-
ing nnd shearing lambs mostly
$6 00 to 6 85.
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Mordy. Mr.
nnd Mr Bill Ritter nnd Mix* Mar-
ian Tucker attended the state high-1
.•(lirnl basketball ti urimment In Ok-
lahoma City Friday night.
Built nf the finest materials
. . . engineered to the samr
exacting standards of preci-
sion demanded in an expen-
sive watch ... it Is not sur-
prising that Kelvinator re-
frigerators are known the
world over for trouble-free,
economical operation under
every conceivable condition.
Krlvinator's powerful con-
densing units are designed to
provide more refrigeration ...
use less electricity . . . anil
preserve food better.
OKLAHOMA CITY, March 16 (At
—Oood to choice beef cows sold ns
high ns $7 25 to 780. with odd head
of an outstanding type to $8 on
shipper account. Medium to good
butcher aort brought $5.50 to 6.50:
Coal - Coke • Feed
McAlester Lump $8.00
Nut Coal $0.50
Petroleum Coke $12.00
FEEl? OF ALL KINDS
(To bt coftHnuetfl
Mrs T. A. Dickson has returned Dorothy Jean, daughter of Mr,
to her home tn Cleveland, Ok. fol-1 nnd Mrs. E. F Pipkin, 805 Bouth
lowing a brief visit with her daugh-1 Hoff avenue, who has been 111 for
ter. Mr* Adron Avery, nnd Mr 'the past few dnva with an attnrk
Avery, 410 South Rock Island ave-1 nf Influenza, la reported as slightly
nue' j impmtd.
WE CAN MAKE PARTS AND REPAIR
ANY STOVE OR FURNACE
Lanman Foundry & Machine Co.
Phone 579 El Reno, Oklahoma
!! Dr. Melvin A. Kiesel
Ostenpntlilr Thy sir Ian
;; 209 Citizens Natl Bank Bldg,
i j Res. Phone 462 Office Phone 487
El Reno, Oklahoma
Save time by using di-
rectory for profession-
Dr. Joseph T. Phelps
Thyslcinn and Surgeon
< • Rea. 978 Phones — Office 81
dr. l. j. corr
Over Investors Bldg, and Loan
Pho—Office 335-:—Res. 238-M
DR. FRED H. CLARK
11414 8. Rock Island Ph. 63
DR. P. F. HEROD
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
r.lamcs Scientifically Fitted
First Nad. Bank Bldg.
t J. L TREVATHAN
Hilt North Bickford
J Over Conservative Investment
Dr. V. P. Cavanaugh
Phone 66—Office 203
• i East Wade In Aderhold nnd
DR. BERT E. CARDER
lofl’t Bouth Rock Island
Re*. Ph. 1018 Omee Ph. 101
P. B. MYERS, M. D.
Phone*: Office 17; Re*. ?9I
Office over O. O, t (,
DR. P. J. CRADEN
Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat
Citizen* National Bank Bldg-
DR. W. B. CATTO
Physician and Burgeon
421 Bouth William*
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 284, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 17, 1935, newspaper, March 17, 1935; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc917368/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.