The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, June 26, 1931 Page: 1 of 8
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I You Can Buy It For
Less in El Reno
FOLUME 40, NO. 126.
The_ El Reno Daily Tribune
_MEMBElt A8S0CIATKP PKKSS___EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1931. united press service
The Heart of the Rich
I EXPECTED AT
|tev. Pittelko To Be In-
stalled Sunday at
0kl»- Hist T^V
“i|T may . ' S°ckty £
from a bush so run ,,,-h
thorns should come u flower
so perfect as the rose. It is
because It bears within itself
the image of the rose. No
matter bow thorny a person
may seem to be, he bears with-
in himself the image like-
ness of tlod."—Unity.
A large number of members
f Lutheran churches in Cana-
jian county is expected to attend
he rally here Sunday afternoon
then Rev. E. H. Pittelko will
je installed as Lutheran mis-
ionary for El Reno and vicinity.
Rev. Pittelko will serve not
'lily as missionary in this
'icinity but will also serve as
a.stor of a Lutheran church in
__ Service at 2: GO
The rally Sunday will be at
30 p. m. in the Redeemer
hureh, corner Horf and Cava-
naugh. This church will be used
^•temporarily for services by the
IHjocal Lutheran organization.
bSrf The principal speaker and of
leiating pastor for the afternoon
['•111 be Rev. A. C. Dubberstein of
he Zion Lutheran church, Okla-
homa City. Rev. Dubberstein is
liairmau of the Lutheran Mission
'extension Board for Oklahoma.
A preliminary service will be
conducted at 10 a. in. by N. Hass,
|*| 'student-pastor, of Union City,
otliccs to Attend
Other pastors present at these
services will be: Rev. Paul Hart-
-liberger, Capitol Mill; Rev. A.
Mueller, Kingfisher; Rev. C. T.
Jlie, Okerche; Rev, J. Boblman,
Hinton, and Rev. K. H. Schaaf,
Rev. and Mrs. Pittelko come
from Princi Albert. Saskatchewan,
Canada, where the pastor has
)een stationed since his gradua-
lou from Concordia Seminary, St.
Uni Is, Mo.
Out our West Window: A
little barefooted girl passes by
with a basket of popcorn and
candy on her arm. It seems
that “Wlmmin” are cutting
quite a figure in the business
world now days.
Construction work of vari-
ous kinds now in progress in
‘‘our eit> beautif :1." Pleasing
pictures we'd say.
“A far-sighted -girl is one
who sleeps in a cotton nightie,
and keeps a pair of silk
pajamas under her pillow in
case of fire.”
Ill TEAMS ENTER
TO BE HELD HERE
District Sandlot Tourney
Slated for July 18,
19, 24, 25, 26
SINGLE COPY, 3 CENTS
AMERICAN FLYERS IN BERLIN
tives For Jury
At least 125 baseball players
from this section are expected
here for the district No. it sand-
lot tournament July IS and 19
and July 24, 25 and 26.
Eleven teams have entered to
date, according to Elmer Schwab,
The state Is divided into 12
districts and the winners of the
district tournaments will go to
the state tournament in Okla-
homa City August 8 to 16.
Tournaments in the various
districts are being held at vari-
ous dates throughout July, tin,
first being at Perry July 11, 12,*
IS and 19.
Teams which will play here
ale: Chickasha, Lexington, Nor-
man, Hinton, El Reno Jay Ceeis,
Ei Reno Bradford Boys, Watonga,
Ckarche, Tuttle, iBnger and Fort
Scout Meeting Will
Not Be Held Tonight
Did You Hear
I ‘HE sailor hat, fashion ex-
1 perts say is com In.-, hack.
Probably because so many
women are having their hair
waved. Before Investing in a
sailor hat. however, most wom-
en will undoubtedly wait for
The total cost of the Civil
war is estimated to he about
Mrs. Ethel Beekton will pre-
sent her second group of
puipls In a piano recital at the
Christian church this evening,
beginning at 8 o'clock.
Calvin Coolldge recently
said 'It is long since we have
heard much agitation for a
movement hack to tile land
But now when there is dis-
tress in industrial centers u
home on a farm begins to
CENTER GROVE IS
Scores 270 Out Of Pos-
sible 275 in Garden
Wiley Post (centerI and Harold Catty (right) photographed as they arrived at Templehof Airdrome
In Berlin Germany Wednesday The flyers reached Berlin after brief stops at Harbor Grace, N. F.; |
Chester, England, and Hanover, Germany.
STATE AVIAT08S MURDER SUSPECT
*ageant Feature of Serv-
ice Sunday Night
Nearly 2UU children will up-
|peur in tlu Bible pageant at the
Courthouse, Ardmore, ______,
June 26 t/Pi Jurors trying W. E. | Friday night
(Billi Guess for the slaying of]
Emilio Cortes Rubio, shot to deatli
with his student comrade, Manuel I
Gomez, here June 7, were in-
structed by Judge John B. Ogden!
today to return a verdict of first
degree murder, first degree mau-J
slaughter or acquittal.
If the Jurors find provocation I
was sufficient to excite Guess' I
fear for his life or great bodily |
held Friday night, Herbert G
Keller, Scoutmaster, announced
Friday. The regular weekly
meeting is being cancelled since
Mr. Keller will go to Yukon to
Okla., organize a Cub Scout troop there
New Manager Here For
Davidson Lumber Yard
Leo Kamm was in El Reno Fri-
I day to begin bis duties as the mtlli-
1 ager of the Davldson-Case Lumber
I yard here, having recently been
) transferred from Watonga, where
I lie held the same position.
I He will fill the place of the
id" Friday'" I'! g li' i! It her t' « M52 Miles Traveled in Officers Say Davis Went
. 1 *“*e J- G. Tompkins. During the
IO72 Hours to Watonga Recently early part of July he Will he join-
ed by Mrs. Kaiiim and children,
| Margaret, Eunice, Richard and
Irqutsk, Siberia. June 26 (/P)~ Filmore Davis, Watonga negro, ^ennptli I hey will occupy their
Wiley Post and Harold Catty, Am-. sought In the slaying of Guy|lolnur llonie South Ellison
tert himself, they should find him
Innocent, the judge said.
After the Instructions Frank
Dudley, assistant attorney gener-
al, begun the state's opening argu-
ment. He was to he followed by
H. H. Brown of the defense. Judge
Ogden, following a conference to-
day with James Springer, special
prosecutor of Governor W. H. I
I'.'-' ...... ....... »...... "■ ."""a'. held Mhi % in Shilling.|(j00(jw||| series have been held Hie cupitol.
baptist church Sunday evening Carter county attorney, mightjon Sunday afternoon., but due
[closing the Dully Vacation Blbla ‘ lose for the slate. Springer and warmth flf lhe gummer ttfter-1
sc 1111 I here. \\. II Brawn unnllier ni-nu<.,.iii/li- . . . ...
ericans flying around tlie world, Jarvis, Blaine county under-
landed at Novo Sildrsk, Siberia ai rlierlff, formerly lived in El Reno
1:31 p. m. Greenwich time today B was stated at the sh riffs
from Moscow afteV a flight of 1,-, office Friday.
45o miles. Jarvis was shot and killed by
I The airmen planned to resume a negro at Watonga when he
j their flight to Irkutsk at midnight was attempting to arrest the man
| tonight. jon charges of stealing gasoline.
The Americans, who left Mos- niw ,, ,
cow at 5 a 111 (9 n m i'KT " 0fflcera the "'W**1-
low, at ft a. m. (J p. m. CST wag Filmore Davis.
[Thursday) traversed the 1,450 air
miles to Novo Slbirsk In ten hours
avenue. The Katums are former
El Reno residents.
harm and that he acted to pro- Pnmlu’ill p.,,,(.,.,„ tl,..,, ,otle8 10 •'*’ovo Sihirsk in ten hours „ *"! ®
tort himself, they should find him ”000Will 1 rotfram There ilII(| thirty two minutes, arriving is ''orke<t
I . * .. " 1 c/’ III o t 4 mn n n
at 7:32 a. in. C8T Friday.
The hop to Irkutsk is
111 lies. .
Canadian county officers said
In El Reno for
seme time and that he left lure
'Ply a few months ago. His
wife is living here now, they said.
Officers said Davis was In-
volved In several cases here.
America Shows Willing-
ness to Compromise
None Injured as Freight
Yukon is expecting to f 11 misll I STEALING CHARGED
several musical numbers of tha | Oklahoma City, June 26 —Four
Canadian County Goodwill pro- youths, one said to be an employe j SEARCH CONTIM ED
pram there at 7:3o Monday eve- of the state highway department,! c'le0 SPHiiK*. Okla.. June 26
Ping, according to word received were arrested by iMillce here to! ’ (IP)—A posse of about .300 i lti-
liere today. day. charged with “stripping” auto- zens w,l° swelled the under-
The other numbers of the mobiles of parts in the vicinity 0f1 arowl*’ all(l broken country near
More than 223 students are
[enrolled in the various depart-
fnicnts. Each child will he
[dressed in white and blue with 1
.Bible and Christian flag display
kin Hie processional.
A new Interpretation of "Un-
Iward Christian Soldlera" will he
Mused for the procession with the
Istudents forming .1 targe cross.
lAfter they occupy the elevated
Iseats they will form a colorful
lplcture, as they glee the sal 11 lea
lend Interpret loyalty with up-
|propriatc Bible -on:-
Story of Mows
Following the mottoes, the
! Is ginners will give a short pro-
gram which Includes the story
of Moses, with each participant
I carrying the buy M.....- tha: In
I constructed. The primary pupils
will Kio ,1 tin minute program
part m tin- pi
| atonal and large < horn
Tile Junior depait immi. In
which almost half of the enroll-
ment is found will give about
I 15 minutes of Bible work and
present a Bible drama us well as
I their two chorus songs. The
j intermediates are working upon
a large Bible wheel which covers
the entire Bible. This group Is
also preparing a Bible play, "I
Rev. H. II. Wllhoyle, pastor of
the church, announced tliat
enough Bible work Iihs been ac-
I compllslied to present several
good entertainments, and that ll
n planned to give various parte
of Hie work from lime t > time,
lu order to shorten the program
H. Brown, another prosecutor | Ilomil) the date
for the governor, * had moved to
take the lead in the closing ses-
sions of the trial after what
Springer described as a "disagree-
ment'' among attorneys as to or-
der of arguments.
The first degree murder verdict
would carry either the death pen-
alty or life Imprisonment although
prosecutors did not attempt to
qualify the jury for the extreme
penalty. The first degree man
slaughter verdict carries a mini-
mum sentence of four years. Ok-
lahoma juries set the penalties.
Judge Ogden said that for Guess
to have been justified in taking
Emilio's life, lie must have had
some real or apparent necessity
and acted honestly and In good
No time limit was put on the
of the Yukon
HEADS CAPITAL SCHOOLS
Oklahoma City, June 26 (A>i
entertainment wae changed to The Oklahoma City Board of Edn found at mid-morning after the
Monday evening. cation will convene July 2 to posse had gone over the suspected
The hand concert and program ratify election of C. K. Keiff 1 hiding place of the negro, Fill-
will he held In the pretty Civic j Muskogee, as superintendent of J more Davis, wpo killed under-
park at Atikon. schools here, members said todav. sheriff Guy-Jervis who attempted
Most ot th- entertainment will t0 arrest him on a charge of
be by Fred Pike's joint band,] "TRADER HORN" DIES stealing gasoline
Whltstable, Kent. England, June
36 Alfred Aloysius Smith,
known to the world us “Trader
Horn.” died today at a nursing
home In Tankerton after a lirle!
Illness. He was a "young man of
82" in his own words.
Nine boxcars of northbound
Rock Island freight train No. 98,
were derailed just south of El
Reno early Friday.
..............., -N,me »'»» hurt. Cause of the
here all night for a negro slayer1 wreik w'a« being Investigated by
of an officer virtually hail I railway officials,
abandoned the search today. The cars, which were loaded
No trace of Hie negro had been 'vl11' wheat, were badly damaged.
which is made up of Okurche and
El Iteho musicians.
Mrs. L. M. Tucker, 214 West
London street, is visiting In
Amarillo and other points 111
L. Buff was booked at the K’
Reno police stutlou with follow-
ing a fire truck. Mrs. Bonham
was charged with fighting on
and several hundred feet of the
track was torn up.
Railway officials said service
would not lie interrupted long on
account of Hie wreck. Trains Fri-
day wore being routed through
Geary between El Reno and Chick-
uslm, where service is Interrupt-
SHOT HEARD ROUND THE WORLD-1931
HEELER ID SERVE
Fair tonight with Increasing
1 1 Reno W Mhw
For 24-hour period ending at
4 p. in. Thursday; high. 100;
low, 69; at 4 o'clock. 95.
Slate of weather, fair.
Hun rises tomorrow at 4:38.
Hun sols today st 7:27.
On 81 south to Chli'kasha,
I On 81 north lu Kingfisher,
I On 66 w est to ('ll lit o 11, good.
Temporarily Fills Rcpuh
II. (I. Keller lias received a
commission from the state elec-
tion hoard to serve as Republican
member of the Canadian county
The plait- hits been filled
R J Hadley. Mr Keller said
lhe Hppolntm-iit will bo only
temporary, Mr. Hadley being out
oT town. Mr, Keller will serve
ill Ills lime of Hie elty election
July 2 when the propound ().
mid K. franchise will lie put,
Mr and Mrs. Frank Ketch, o(
Oklahoma City, were guests
Thursday evening In the home
of her cousin, Mrs. (Radnor
Barnard and Mr Barnard, 614
South Huff avenue,
r-- - *■- __-_____
Mr, and Mrs. W. E, Urate
St. Louis, Okla., were overnight
guests Thursday of bar slater,
Mrs. Russell Jones and Mr.
Jones, 411 South Bickford uve-
Burl*. June 26 i/p) Premier
Isival said tills afternoon lliut for-
mal conversations between France
and tile United States on the.
Hoover proposals would begin to-
morrow at the ministry" of the
Washington, June 26 (/Pi -The
willingness of the United States
to compromise with France on a
war debt and reparations mora-
torium plan was indic ted today'
by Secretary Stimson in a formal
The suggest ions in tile French
counter-proposal to President
Hoover's one year's moratorium
plan do not accomplish the full
measure of relief contemplated by
I be president and must therefore
be the subject of discussions to
reconcile the two view points
Early conclusions in tin- discus-
sions now l^-ing carried on in
Baris by Ambassador Edge and
Secretary Mellon with French or
flclals were expected by the sec-
retary in his statement
"The French note shows u grati-
fying cordiality to the president's
proposal. ’ said the secretary's
statement. It was Issued by the
state department simultaneously
W'ltli the text of the French gov-
ernment's note replying to the
president's moratorium plan.
The text of Secretary Stimsou's
"The French note shows a grati-
fying cordiality to the president's
proposal. As wn understand It,
(lie French government Is mainly
concerned that there should lie no
breach In the integrity of the
young iilan agreement. France ex-
presses a willingness to forego the '
Thermometer Headed Up-
ward A>cain Today
A new high mark for tempera-
li rcs this season was sot Thurs-
day the government thermometer
Ut Purl Roan showed.
The maximum for Thursday
was mu. Highest preceding that
date was 99 which was registered
both Tuesday and Wednesday.
. _ Indications shortly after noon
j 1*rlday wore that the mercury’
would go as high or higher.
Oklahoma City, June 26 RP)
Tile mercury started early to-
day on another assault on the
seasons heat records In Okla-
At 9 a. in. the mercury stood
at 8 7 degrees, three degrees
higher than the reading at that
Ohio yesterday when u season's
I high of '.is degrees was recorded,
Several points In the stale re-
I'urtid lOn degree readings.
Hkles Wore r«lr again today
.and apparently no relief was In
'sight for the next 24 hours,
JAIL BREAK IT ( HH'KAMHA
Report of a Jail break at chirk-
•■ha has In-en received by (oral
police, .lack Johnson, 2m, Indian,
«nd H, Blather, 10, wore re-
ported nm th- two prisoners who
escaped No details of the escape
wen- reported to officers here.
Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Cos*. 70B
West Wade street, have returned
trom a brief il-lt with Hi lr »on,
J. L. t'oaa, Jr., In Kansas City,
With a score of 270 points out
of a possible 275, Mrs. Roscoa
; Young, lupinher of the Center
Grove Community home deiuon-
stratiou dub, was announced
Friday as the winner of the
spring division of the Homo
Club entries In the contest have
cot yet been averaged, it was
said. Tile judging of the gardens
was completed Tuesday, and
since then the Judges have been
working upon the findings of
Mrs. Young scored 123 of her
points on the utility, length of
life and number of different
kinds of vegetables in her gar-
den, while 50 points were given
her by the Judges for the ar-
rangement of the plot, which in-
cluded the cultivation facilities
and the subsequent planting.
The condition of the winning
garden Hccoinited for 48 points,
because of tile state of cultiva-
tion, and the absence of weeds,
grass, Insects and diseases. The
remaining 47 points were gained
on the quullty of the vegetables
or the state of development anil
the yield of the garden.
Making second highest score
was Mrs. Rufus Jones, Calumet,
who is a member of the Red
Rock home demonstration organ-
ization, who averaged 266 2-3
points, while the third was close
on her heels with an average
of 266 points. She was Mrs.
Mary S. Van Gundy, also a Red
Rock club member of Calumet.
Others making high scores In-
clude the following: Mrs. John
Conrad, El Reno, member of the
Pleasant View club, 263 pointa:
Mrs. A. I,. Cordray, Okarehe, an
independent ynlry, 263 points;
Mrs. Vera Van Gundy, Calumet,
Red Rock member, 262 points.
Mrs. Curl Herman. Mustang,
member of the Sunshine Mustang
demonstration club 258 points;
Mrs. Ollle Splfier, Yukon, an-
other Sunshine Mustang member.
237 points; Mrs. W. F. Stone,
Mustang, Sunshine Mustang mem-
ber, 256 points; Mrs. R. T.
freeee. 2»2 points, Piedmont,
an independent entry; Mrs. Virgil
lluvcrly, El Reno, a member of
the Richland club, 251 Milts;
Mrs. Monte Cummins, Cugar,
East Walnut club, 251 points.
Fall gardens will he Judged
by November 1, according to the
plans of (lie Home Garden con-
test Judges, Mias Harvey Thomp-
son. county home demonstration
agent, Mrs. C. T. Pavy and Mr».
Hugh Thompson, At this time
the winner of the eutlre mutest
will be determined.
A garden record of pluntlng.
cultivation atid yield will tm
Hik-n Into consideration In the
determination. The winners an-
nounced above are only the high
scours among the Individual
< ntrles of Hie spring division. It
was emphasized by the Judges.
retention of any German payments
for a year.
Details Not Arranged
"The president’s plan does not
propose a reconsideration or im-
pairment of uny International
agreements. Including our own
ilelH agreements. Ills suggestion „
extended only to tin* simple post- Summer Rcullv Here;
for on., yea, 0f the pa,- I'eo-Wee Course Opens
itiiMitK under such &?r<M‘tneutH. __
."'I'1;;; ,of .............. Th* noek« ....... a*
> Which tuts postponement is lo course, corner Admire and Hayes
he accomplished and the ultimate will be the first outdoor halt-
are "mu liar ’"TV’'...... ‘ ! course In El Reno to ope ,
.lie matters requiring momtlatlou ,hfa season. Friday night I. Vet
nnd settlement between different ,he opening date “ *
L" ' "M ' M i Fred Wallace and R. H. Hlg-
Further Discussion j gins are proprietors of the
•'There are suggestions
method proposed by the French
Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Smith, ot
Maud, are guests of her pareuts,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. V. Schuielse),
•ill South Choctaw avenue.
In the course.
government which do not ac-
compllsh the lull men all re of re-
lief to debtor ualions correspond-
ing to the president's plan uinl
must, therefore, be the subject of
further discussion with view to a
modification that will bring Him
full measure of accord of which
' HI Ill'll It) HIKED
Oklahoma city, June 26 (jp)_
Two polite young robbers who
"need the money more than
church does," late last
lobbed two choir singers of
Methodist Episcopal church south
here of $70, part of which hsd
the tine evidence of cooperation In j been collected for flowers for
the French note gives every hope the funeral of Judge Wyley
of NUccess, Jones.
' lu view of tile action alreadi " ---------
taken by sumo governments In MKADH CONKKDKRATK.M
acceptance of the ITestdant's plan I Hulphur, Okla., June 26 (/p)—
and Hie corresponding suaiM-iislou Reneral A- *’• P« Vlnna. of
of payments on Inter governmental ' I'mulgMe, is new commander of
drills due July 1, Ambassador Edge I'h" Dklnlinma Division of the
and Secretary Mellon are engaged 1 tilted Confederates Veterans,
In Ilicso discussions with Hu I "Hfercdlng General R. A. Suced,
French government with view to! Secretary of Stale for Oklahoma
early conclusions." [and Former National Commander
of the Confederate Veterans.
Mrs, I,Uriel) Schooling, ill 3
South Hoff avenue, ami her
guest, Mi's, Jim Schooling, of
Kansas ('By. Mo , were Okla-
homa City visitors Friday.
Miss l.orenn Marsh, of Sheri-
dan. w.vn , la visiting In the home
jot her parents. Mr. and Mrs, t,
IA Marsh, 1212 South Macomb
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