The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 269, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 13, 1937 Page: 4 of 6
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1937
Issued daily except Saturday from 207 South Rock Island avenue
and entered as second-class mall matter under the act of March 3, 1879.
RAY J. DYER
Editor and Publisher
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WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13. 1937
TRUTH ABOUT THE RICH: Be not thou afraid when one Is made
rich, when the glory of Ills house is increased: for when he dieth he
shall carry nothing away: Ills glorv shall not descend after him.—
Psalms 49:16. 17.
New York . . . Inside Out
BY DON O'MALLEY
TkJEW YOR’l. Jan. 13—The old Sues.se, Ruby Bloom and others.
dowagers don't get much of a | Berlin’s composition will be given
break In New York. as a choral work for an orchestra
of human voices—an arrangement
much more impressive than he had
originally hoped for.
Now Berlin is crossing Ills fingers
until the critics go safely by.
* * *
PROUD— Curmelu Ponselle. the
opem slur, was approoched out-
side Cnrnegle Hall the other day
by a spry old lady who. though she
was not too shabbily dressed, was
selling pencils. Automatically Miss
Ponselle drew a nickel from her
purse and dropped It Into the lit-
tle box which the old woman ex-
She was about to go on when she
felt a tug at her sleeve
"You forgot your pencil." the
vendor reminded her.
"Thank you, but I really don't
need one." said Miss Ponselle In
surprise, for pencil vendors never
expert you to take their wares.
"Then I can't take your nickle."
tile woman declared. “That would
be accepting charity: and I
wouldn't accept charily unless tt
was worth while say a dime."
"That's right; never lower your
morale," Miss Ponselle advised,
throwing In five cents more—and
taking two pencils."
* * *
Public life here revolves mostly
about youngsters or middle-aged
people fighting hard to maintain
I he spirit of youth The latter in-
vade the night clubs and theatres,
the ballrooms and hotels—dancing
rhumbas and sipping cocktails in
grim resolve to lead the flashing,
The fast-moving pace gives little
chance to those elderly matrons
who still move regally in fashion-
able social circles. They are the
forgotten women of another genera-
tion. sadly cherishing their old
lace, their snowy coiffures and
black velvet neck bands In an era
of spangles and Jazz.
Once in a while they get a chance
to step out. Mrs. John Jacob Astor.
the former Ellen French, gave a
muslcale the other afternoon at
her East 91st street residence Of
the two hundred-odd guests, at
least half were dowagers of the old
school grand domes of venerable
New York families They stumbled
In supported by ebony canes, and
listened to the violin music of
Josef Szigetl with that silent, digni-
fied air which used to denote the
lady of culture.
For a brief hour they heard the
haunting echo of a forgotten tradi-
tion. Then they went home, to sit
dreamily by the window
* * *
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
CALUMET. Jan. 13—Schedule for
Calumet grapplers during the cur-
rent wrestling season has been an-
nounced as follows:
Jan. 21. Hinton there: Jan. 29.
Hobart tournament; Feb. 9. Ed-
mond here: Feb. 12. Geary there; I
Feb. 23. Britton here; Feb. 28. dis-
trict tournament at Oeary; Mar.
5, Oeary here; Mar. 12. state tour-
nament at Norman or Stillwater
Calumet basketball boys and girls
went to Blnger Jan. 7 to participate
In a tournament. The girls were
defeated by Fort Cobb 25-24 Port
Cobb had won from Cement early
in the season and was the tourney
Girls starting the game for Calu-
met were Bezzls Palmer and Bot-
her Clapper, forwards: Geraldine
Crump and Allene Smith, centers;
Pauline Schlel and Eleanor Le-
Fever. guards. Substitutes were
Hazel Andersen, Hazel Wilbur and
Calumet boys played Blnger. los-
ing 17-14. Calumet was leading
at the half and two minutes be-
fore the game was over the count
was tied 14-all. Calumet boys who
made the trip were Hobson. Nord,
Crownover. Rlagg. Sisk, Lowe. Mor-
ris and Smith. Hobson took high
i.coring honors with 10 points.
Both teams will play Thomas
here Frldav In conference games
Ross Cubbage has been named
grade school principal to fill the
vacancy left by Miss Naomi May-
field. who Is touring Europe while
on n leave of absence
Miss Margaret Clapper has as-
sumed duties as primary instruc-
tor She was graduated from the
Calumet higliscliool In 1938
A number of Calumet pupils pre-
sented an assembly program at the
Oeary hlglischool Wednesday after-
noon Tbe musical entertainment
Included the following numbers:
Selections by the boys' quartet
composed of Leo Watson, Malcolm
England. Malvern Crownover and
Harry Iowe: tap dance by Helen
Hutchison; vocal solo, Leo Watson;
“Sunbonnet Sally and Overall Jim."
Last rites for William Andrew
Gregory. 810 Sunset drive, will be |
many of the leaders during an
unusually lively first half hour.
Mixed price movements were
apparent Irom the start and
_____ _____________ around the fourth period trends
conducted at 2:30 p. m. Thursday jwere hlghly '"definite,
at the First Baptist chuich by Rev.
Holmes Nichols, former pastor. Mr.
Gregory was 76 years old..
A retired farmer.
ory came to Canadian county ] helped
Double deck carrier with front and rear entrance as it was
placed in uae in Scotland recently. The car, first of eeveral ordered,
is equipped with fog lights and direction indicators. The driver
announces itreets by means of a microphone. lAcme Photo.)
Bv Indian Capers
> w / ’ 4. A Mrs. Leroy Pennybaker, 209 North
In IjOOP l ontest F' Reno avenue, returned Tuesday
* i from Davis where she spent sev-
i oral dav.s with relatives.
iCONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) I _
success by slioving in a complete Mbs Viola Armold. 614 South
new line-up ' Barker avenue, has returned fol-
L.vle Bross. hustling forward. led lowing a week's visit in Alva with
the onslaught in the initial canto. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Beck and
bv counting three Hines from ac- children.
lion and adding a charity tOM -
Harry Donnellan. renter looped H L. Fogg, 605 South Hoff ave-
AMBITION— Irving Berlin is n-
toout to realize an ambition that
has been frustrated for several
years Like every professional. Ber-
lin has been secretly hankering
to do something different from his
regular line of work—he wanted
to write music of a more serious
vein than hi* usual Jazz tunes.
Three years ago the opportunity
seemingly arrived. Ferde Orofe had
scheduled a concert of American
music for Madison Square Gar-
den. and Berlin wrote a spiritual vtelUng his
called "If You Believe" for the
occasion But the concert tell
Thompson and Ellosc Laughlln.
Vocal solo. Rachel Phillips; rope
dance. Marcella Scott; and selec-
tions by the girls' quartet com-
posed of Allene Smith, Jewel Em-
berson, Pauline Schlel and Frances
The debate club's play. "Page
Asa Bunker" will be presented
POST-BELLUM- The U n o n I ^sdwnlght. Jan 26, in the high-
14-ague club, venerable Republican I h0Q, audlU)Hum Mks Mary Tap-
stronghold for generations, ts plann-1 pan to dlrecllna rehearsals
ill another iwo-timer for El Reno's nue. is attending a managers' con
9 points, while Swlnk guard, ference of the O G aiuWE. com-
swished the netting from the bat- pany in Oklahoma City Wednes-
__ ___ tie-field and Oorman. forward, add- day. Thursday and Friday.
b v Don Hutch toon. Faye Brannon, ed n point via Ihe free throw rout*
Don Crump, Mary Builock. Buddy .........
Retired Farmer Succumbs
At El Reno Home
FOR NEW SCHOOL
New York Stock
NEW YORK, Jan. 18.—
lectlve buying continued In to-
day's stock market but reoovery ...
footholds seemed to be a bit more | Hobart Firm LOW Bidder
slippery. Bids were lowered for
At Union City
UNION CITY. Jan. 13—The Con-
tract for the new public school
building has been awarded to Hig-
gins and Higgins of Hobart. Work
began Monday. Jan. 11 Fred 8.
CHICAGO. Jan. 13.—(A*)—Wheat | Hopper is resident engineer.
in 190$ from Havana. HI., and settl-
O0Em7ly'per Sunday evening. Their guests
purchasing 1^,°^ Zimmerman.
Hans, Aubrey, and Louise Alexand-
survives, moved to El Reno.
Other survivors Include four sons,
Clyde and Bi-yan Oregory of Okla-
homa City, Walter and Earl Oreg-
ory of El Reno: three daughters,
Mrs. Ruby Clark of KUboume. 111..
Mrs. Leots Richardson of Tulsa and
Mrs. Leone Hendrickson of El Reno.
Interment will be in the El Reno
cemetery. It was announced from
Garrison funeral home.
TO HAYWARD INFANT
Funeral services for Ronald Dale
Hayward. 12-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. W H. Hayward. El Reno route
1. who died Tuesday from pneu-
monia. were held at 2 p. m. Wed-
nesday at the home.
Rev. E. .A Green. pa3tor of the
First Church of the Nazarene. con-
ducted the rites after which burial
was In the Frisco cemetery, near
Arrangements were directed by
Garrison funeral home
1-4: corn 1-4 to 3-4 up. May new
si 07 ll to 'Mto n7-8 1 ™ «*>«*“«*
$1.07 1-4 to 3 8, oats l « to 7 8 hrinKina their home projects which
advanced, and provisions 10c to f3 kltchen project £<* holders.
ISC down. _ j dlsh tow#te lunch cloths and cur-
Now York Cotton j T:
NEW YORK. Jan. 13.—(A5)—Cot- tains
ton futures opened steady, 3 lower [ The clothing project includes
to 1 higher, on January liquids- j makfng of garments for younger
tion against 22 notices and trade | brother or sister or making quilt
and foreign buying of late months.
January was quoted at 1237, | -phe basketball Tigers will play
March 12 49, May 12.38, July 12.32,' piedmont at Union City Jan. 19
October 1194 and December 1194. and Mustang at Union City Jan. 22.
- j Mr. and Mrs Ed Schuetz and
Livestock I son. John, of Chicago. III., are
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 13.—(A») ; visiting In the home of Mr and
—Cattle 2,800, calves 1300; 15c to t Mrs. F. J. Qatz.
25c lower: extreme vealer top $12.
Hogs 2.000; fully 15c lower; top
Sheep 500; mostly 35c lower; top
Ing to admit Democrats to meinber-
shlp-good "Jeffersonians." that ts.
of the A1 Smith and John W
Hie old greybeards who used to
look so aloofly through the Fifth
avenue club windows have realized.
I guess, that the Civil war Ls over.
Mr and Mrs. William Curtis of
Tucumcnrt. N. M . who have been
relatives In Dallas.
Tex., and Fairfax, are guests of
her parents. Mr and Mrs. C O.
Margaret Smith, a seventh grade
pupil from Enterprise, has en-
roled In the Calumet school.
legend Beast Shot
By Settler In India
giving Shawnee the sum and total Mrs. Ben Wewerka. 320 South
of three. Rock Island avenue, has resumed
In the second quarter Captain work at the El Reno Merchantlle
Ralph Clovis hit the bull’s eye as company following several days'
did Donnellan and the latter made nines:;.
good on a toss from the strlna, --
boosting the count 5 points The Mr and Mrs. S. H. Foster. 621
j best the Wolves could do was a South Choctaw avenue, have re-
field goal by Oorman and when turned from* 10 days' visit with rel-
the nalf-time pistol blasted the atlves In Wichita. Hutchinson and
score hoard read 14-5 El Reno. other points in Kansas.
Wolves Get Inspiration ---
A pep talk by I^Crone evident,-1 clay A. Wellborn, 415 North Bar-
Iv Insnlred the Wolves for ' hev? kPr avenue, transacted business In
came back the third quarter tnl Oklahoma City Tuesday,
register 7 nolnts. Just one short of
(he 8 chalked up by the Hortnn-
men Tt was Clovis, Donnellan
and Johnny loyall who rang Hie
bell from field and die lift ter made
eood on (wo out of three charity
heaves for the blue and white.
Moody, center, and Fleming, for-
ward. each contributed a field
goal and free toss with Wolf, guard.
through, the piece was put bark i ghaw south Miles avenue
in the composer's trunk :uid Berlin__
was left again to nourish his am-
bition in secret. FINE ASSESSED
Next week, "If You Believe" will Howard Powell, charged with dls-
be finally performed Orofe is pro- turblng the peace, was fined $5
sentlng a program of music by by Judge C O. McCain in niunlcl-
Amerlran composers at a concert pal court at El Reno today, ac-
in Carnegie Hall It will include cording to records of Tom Shark-
Works by Gershwin Orofe. Dnna lett. chief of poller
| Down Memory Lane
Jan. 1.1, 1922
From a total enrolment of 8,013 students in the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma, 52 students are registered from Cana-
dian countv. FI Reno leads with 30 students, Yukon has
11, Calumet 7. Banner 2. Piedmont and Minco 1 each. . . .
Fvelyn Burke and David Shackelford of El Reno will be
among' the students of iournalism of the University of
Oklahoma to edit The Oklahoma News at Oklahoma City
FY<3«v Jan. 13.....Horace Tavlor, son of Dr. and Mrs.
O W. Tavlor of F.l Reno, <s an instructor in economics in
the unieprsiO' and will receive his M A dejirpe in June . . .
Howard P Ronehrake of El Reno, junior engineer at t.b“
university, a train is starring: on the Sooner basketball squad.
Wdford lmm deliehtfullv entertained l*5 of bis school
mates last evenini' D’e occasion lsdne his tenth hirthdav
names were n'aved after which refreshments were served.
Welford was thp recipient of manv pretty irifts.
NAIROBI. India., Jan 13-<U.R>—
Jesse R Coopc, white settler, hunt-
ing In the Mau forest. 100 miles ^ ^ vuoo wivii
from hero, shot a huge lynx-like j addjng n |onp popper for Shawnee,
animal which natives believe to b* „iaking n count of 22 to 12 at the
a Nandi bear third nuarter breathing sncll
For more than 200 yeurs natives 1 p|urrv Die* Suddrnlv
nnd white settlers have reported ( Thp flurrv dled suddenly for the
seeing a Nandi bear at rate biter- ■ Solves froze up and not once from
i vals, but never lias one been shot unv nllB)e did they register during
; or caught before The animal has Blp final smirt. while Donald Rob-
Among those from El Reno who
attended the Shawnee-El Reno
highschool basketball game in
8hawnce Tuesday night were Mr.
ond Mrs. Harrv Donnellan. Mr. and
Mrs. Harrv 8chroeder. Mrs. Alma
Roper Mrs W Arthur Biggei
In Simpson Suit
LONDON. Jan. 13—Ernest
Aldrich Simpson, former husband
of Mrs. Wallis Simpson, has filed
a slander suit against Mrs. Joan
Sutherland, alleging she said Simp-
son received a sum of money to
permit his American wife to divorce
him, it was learned tbday.
Mrs. Sutherland Is the wife of
Lieutenant Colonel A. H. C. Suther-
land. who has been decorated by
the government with the Order of
the British Empire and also the
Simpson declined to discuss the
case except to comflrm that notice
of the suit had been issued nnd
served on Mrs. Sutherland.
Of The Condition Of
The Piedmont State Bank
• Of Piedmont, Oklahoma
December 31. 1936
Doans and Discounts $ 50.401.13
Cattle 5,000; calves 1.500; steady; Secured and
top $11. i Unsecured ,3b*
Sheep 15.000; around 25c lower; 8tocks Bonds. Warrants,
top *10. | Eu, 18,930.31
Banking House * ****
El Reno Markets ! Furniture and Fixtures Nil
(Corrected to 1 p. m. Jap. 12) Other Real Estate Owned Nil
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 13—UPi—
Hogs 4.000; mostly 5c to 15c lower;
Wheat ______________________ $132
Oats ________________>_______ 55
Yellow corn. No. 3. In the ear $1.08
Yellow com, *!o. 2, shelled...$1.10
White com. No. 3, In the ear $1.08
White corn, No. 2, shelled $1.10
Kafir 'white). No. 2. per cwt. $1.90
Milo (yellow) _____ *150
Checks and Other Cash
Items ---------- - - N**
Exchanges for Clearing
Sec. for safe keeping 525.00
Cash and Due from Banks 64.408.86
Capital Stock Paid In $ 10.000.00
Surplus Fund 5.000.00
Reserved for Taxes &
Reserve for Cont. 3.096.75
Suspense account 41.16
Individual Deposits Sub-
ject to Check 97.035.52
Saving# Deposits Nil
i CONTINUED FROM PAGE I)
ly meeting ol Central Parent -
Teacher association at the school
building at 2:30 p. m. Friday. Mrs
Floyd Miller, president, announced.
‘I^ncipal speaker will be ^v. quilt?
Thomas G. Mowry, pastor of the l A. wasn in
Cream, No. 1
Cream. No. 2
Colored springs ______________ .10
leghorn springs _______________ .08 Demand Certificates
Roosters ___________________ .061 Deposit
Stags ______________________ .08, Time Certificates of De
Hides _________________________ .36’ posit ............
Cashier's Checks Out-
Notes and Bills Re-dla-
Securities for safe keep-
HOW CAN I?
By ANN ASHLEY
How can I wash an elder-
mixture of soap TOTAL $134,389.15
iwpei. raio. ,, ■-*-—, —----- Bra*hvt«iriin ehurch whose 1 idly and warm water Add a Stale of Oklahoma.
Miss Thelma Randall. Mias Jessie ^ Charac,er Bllild. ] tab'lespoonful of ammonia to the County of Canadian ss.
Fay Cruze. Robert Sheets, Rev.
R. R Hildebrand. Harvey Dozier
and Cecil E Bross
achieved an almost legendary rep- i ertg substitute forward drooped
ulatlon. | through a crip shot and Loyall
Captain A. T A Ritchie, the i rIladp aond on one of his country
Kenya game warden, declares the j hlnck trips whl)e Bross contrib-
beost resemble..' a huge lynx but | (dpd a trrntls point
lioBoesses slgnfleant points of dif- j En|d piajnamen will be primed
Harry Cardie. 24. ot Hinton, and
Ruth Ridenour. 21. of Hydro
M A. Cornelius. 21. and Del-
..... ............... __ ________ phine Cook 20. both of Oklahoma
has dark mahogany wB ^ blood in their eyes when Hor- City.
subject will be
A vocal solo will _ _
Mrs Suzanne Roblcheaux after appearing on boiled potatoes? . ^ . , , .
'which the highschool boys' quartet I A. Merely by Adding a tea- *ru'1 *** l*’e befj* ')f mV knowledge
'will appear The quartet includes spoonf d bf vinegar to the water all<* bellef. so^
Bob Dale. W B. Jennings. Jr . Wil-1 while ,n» potatoes are boiling
ham Osborne and Merwyn Smith j Q. What are a few simple rules
Bob Dale also will contribute a one tan follow to promote the
yoful solo Ihealth of a child?
Devotionals wtil De conducted by I A. Plenty of outdoor exercise.
Mrs. W R. Johnson while Mrs Ian abundance of fresh vegetables.
James Weed is scheduled to read as much good milk as the child
ihc national president’s message, 'will drink <a quart a day is not
The skin and skull are being
sent to the British museum lor
examinalion and possible Identifi-
ion tourneys to Garfield county > ... .. s ..
Friday night If the Indian. F Rclher vs hein of
choose 'o keen their long siring . , f
Of victories intact ihey will have HeUm Mar Brn^n. heirs of I^ulsr
lo function with more polish th»* | ?SW<‘a^r olhers «mt m nulet
that displayed in last night's tns-j^J* ana
sle. observers agreikl
Suit to quiet
mixture. I, Josie Washechcek. Cashier of
be given by j Q. How car I avoid black spots lh® above^namei• nu*ment.n*is
Subscribed and sworn to before
me. this lllh day of January. 1937.
J Y TAYLOR.
iSEAL) Notary Public
Mv Commission Expires Aug. 24. |
*........ “*" wwDMiMfft. *
! irezh air in the bedroom. Josle Washecheck—Directors.
attend the meeting.
Eblplis class oF Jb» Prosbvtoeian eburcb mo* VP«t*r-
rinv aftp^voon in tb° obnreb "orlnes svitb Mrs. T.nwronpo
AHam” M's A. .TnVmsnn. P T. MnnttmntPrv
Afrc fj. C, D**vi<i as bss'e## Fn Fbo contact Mws. ClvsHp
Wobltpe "sis si'innpr a delightful lunch wtis served at the
close of the afternoon.
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED Do
not say, "The boys made In the
neighborhood of ten dollars' Say.
“The boys earned about ten dol-
Cavalcade Pronounce kav-nl-kad.
tirst and second a's as tn at third
a as In aid. accent last syllable
OFTEN MISSPELLED Allege
SYNONYMS Negligent, neglret-
ful. heedless, careless, thoughtless,
WORD 8TUDY Use a word
three times and It ts yours" L*t
as Increase our vocabulary by mas
terlng one word each day. Today's
word FALLACIOUS: deceptive;
misleading "We know that such
a theorv Is fallactoas"
y»n, A H 0»n was hi.st»«« TVnrsdgv oftornnon to tbp
J C I eliih. In tho mmo of !>Oft Mrs. Thpodnrp H°n«Vv
ipa/lc bi«rb «p*ivo oftpr which a dp|tcJons noprsc In neb
served. AJ<4i*'Vinal m»»Ia »’orp Mrs. FVv/ov fr.,wforH
M"1 SIHnoe Hupfis «nd Me<- TtieoJnre "'Dsky. The cUlb
will mpct in two weeks with Mrs Pat Collins.
T PLEASANT HIIiL
LI Reno (271
Ft Pi Tpi
Assignment of Oil and Gaa Lease#
C. F Urschel et al to Trans-
Mr Mrs. V V RmJIw Mr «»<1 Mrs. Will M*».
Cntr**"0|I. Mro R P Fnrrost Mrs. P. J. Forrest »nd pb.W-
ron Mr #«<< Mr, T?orrv PrnHK* Asnwbtor. V^rv Aw»
Xlr,. r P Co-4?P snA Aancrbtnr. Ptbrl tp" M'' Po*’ H*'l.
Mr anH Mr, M P Conn PaJpL Mrs T. J M„r,b.
Mi„ To,nib» ToMin M»„ 7 «ui«e Dsaier's of
Citv all mot »t tbe bonip of Mr. a"»» Mr«. V M. Pr,AIv
and from there we* ♦« of Mr. and M«. Wa)*«r
Rrgdlv and surprised Mr,. Rradlv and daughter. Bervl. the
occasiop beitow fb-'r birth Here, U also wag Randolph Tor-
res t’s birthday. All of the Honor*** r*c*ived pretty gifta.
Mr*. Howard Alenander and rhikhwa of Dm«<I$ Hr.,
are yuest* of their aunt, Mrs. J. P. Cadherrjr, and Mr.
Mr and Mrs Earl Estes of El
Reno spent Priday with hts fa-
ther. O Estes and Mrs Estes
Mr and Mrs C. H Culltson
and family visited Sunday with
Mr and Mrs Charles Bollinger
and family. ___
Mr and Mrs Edwin Porter spent
Sunday with her parents. Mr and
Mrs. Pete J«»sen rase of El Rewi
Mrs Harvey OrtmmeU returned
Sunday from Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs Joe Fonseca and
daughter have moved from Utla
Mr and Mrs C. H. Culltson and
family vtailed Monday with hla
mother Mrs Lola Culltson. of El
SALE — RENTAL* — MM®
E 1-2 of 8E 31-13n-6w; S 1-2
5W and S 1-2 of N 1-2 of SW
3n-7w; NE 23-13n-7w; E 1-2
SW 14-13n-7w; SE of NE and
lot I. 4-13n-7w; NE 15-13n-7w:
W 1 -y. of SW and SE of SW 2-
•7w: lots 3 and 4 and E 1-2 of
SW 18-13n-6w; N 1-2 of SW 34-
14n-7w: lots 1 and 2 and E 1-2 of
NW 7-lln-9w; lots 1 and 2 and E
1-2 of NW 7-lln-It; lots 1 and 2
and E 1-2 of NW 7-lln-9w; SW
12-lln-10w: NE lS-lln-lOw; 8E
12- lln-10w. NW 13-lln-10w; SW
13- lln-lOw; SE 13-lln-19w; NE
Referee: Shunatona. O U
Score by quarters: El Reno 9 14,
22. 27; Shawnee 3. 5. 12. 12
N 1-2 of SW 8-lln-9w; N 1-2 8-
Hn-9w; N 1-2 of NE T-Jln-Fw;
loU 7. 8 and * and
lln-9w: lots 7. 8 and 9 and 8E
of SW 6-lln-9w: lots 5. 6. 7 and 8
and SW 6-lln-9w: 8 l-» 8W 5-
Hn-9w: lots 4. S. 6 and 7. 1-Hn-
lOw; lot 1 and NE of NW and W
T. R. Golden. Miss Virginia
and Willard Oolden spent Sunday
in Oklahoma City. They visited
their niece and cousin. Miss Helen
Golden who Is very 111 in an Ok-
lahoma City hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Nfel Golden were
guests Sunday In the home of the
former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Thompson
and family were dinner guests
Sunday on the Price Thompson
Mrs. T R. Golden was called
to Oklahoma City Thursday by the
serious illness of Miss Helen Gold-
Ml&s Dorothy Bright spent Fri-
day night and Saturday with Miss
Ila Pearl Bright.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Miller were
8undav dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs Art Snow and daughter. Miss
attempts: Shawnee 4 out of 12
Missed free throws Bross 4. toy-
all. Ferguson. Ozmun; Spencer 4.
Swlnk 2. Richaeson Wallace
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 269, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 13, 1937, newspaper, January 13, 1937; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc917802/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.