The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 40, No. 268, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 10, 1931 Page: 2 of 6
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Last Time Tonight
Tomorrow and Sat.
THE EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
— in — ,
“PRIVATE LIVES” |
Letters to Santa
Other Events of Interest
(Editor's Note: Following are]
letters lo Santa Claus, written
by the first grade pupils of the
Banner school. Contributions to
this column will be ptihllsheil be-)
tween now and Christman.)
0. G. & E. TROUNCES
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1931.
CALUMET ROUTE 2
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Johnston and
j little daughter of Kingfisher were
! overnight guests of Mrs. John-
I ston's sister, Mrs. C. It. Perkins
| and Mr. Perkins Thursday night.
Mrs. Everette Meade and sons
Last Time Tonight
im Tiunr\k i oiiiir>riiMu:vt
Okarche, Dec. 10—Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Voss entertained at din-
ner Sunday evening when guests
included: Mr. and Mrs. John r. !
Voss and family and Mr. and Mrs. j
C Hickman, of Oklahoma City, |
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Voss and I
Mr. and Mrs. John Stung] and '
Give Card Party
Mr. and Mrs. John Ottis enter-
tained with a card party Monday
evening, when those who enjoy-
0/1 ill/. ,l..linl,i I'.. I . II. '
Dear Santa Claus:
I am six years old and 1 am
going to school every day. 1 am
In the primer. I want a tricycle.
BETTY JEAN WHITE.
.............. *’i xiiii mum
'Mot OP men Also Trim of Okarche were over-night gueats
j of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Janies Harmon Friday night.
Dear Santa Claus:
i am a good hoy.
train for Christmas,
Tomorrow and Sat.
On the Stage
; The Famous
On the Screen
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J RAINBOW’S END”
ed the delightful affair were: Mr.
and Mrs. John Wittrock, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Wittrock, Mr. and Mrs.
| John Hiifnagel, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
[Otlls, Mr, and Mrs. John Schaef-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rothe'r,
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Otlls, Miss An-
na Oil is, Miss Rosalind Banutert,
Miss Gladys Husche, Frank Hnf-
nagel and Nick Bnnstert.
Pupils Hem- Dt-halc
The Okarch ■ high school di-balo
teams went to Norman Monday
evening, to hear Turkey and
t). H. debate. Those who ac-
companied I heir teacher, Miss
Harlow to Norman were: Maxine
Hunter, Ethel Hill, Bernlla Mc-
Cord, Florence Droderson, Thel-
ma Sepn, Boh Cox and Harold
Honor Texas Guests
Mis* Katie Smith, entertained ai
dinner Tuesday honoring Mr. and
1 Mrs. Emil Oitis anil Miss Anna
Otis of Wadsworth, Texas, when
other guests entertained wera:
, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Mr.
I and Mrs. John Ottis, Mr. and Mrs,
| Tony Smith and Byron Crockett.
Mrs. Ed l.udwlg, Mrs. Bari Gas-
I sen, son, Joe, and Misses Kalin
I Smith, Knihryn (Irellnor and Mill-
| ilda l.udwlg went to Oklahoma
Icily Tuesday to visit Miss Rose
j Stevens at St. Anthony's hospital.
I They report Miss Stevens getting
I along nicely.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am six years old. I have a
little brother, who Ih five years
old. He wants u dumper-truck
and I wunt a big doll, and u doll
buggy with ii top on it. We are
both good children.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want a wagon and a bicycle.
I am going to school. I am six
years old. I am lh the rirst grade.
The O. (I. & K. pinmen turned
tables on the Lawyers winning
two out of three games, while the
Tompkins were taking three
straight from the Bonebrakes
Wednesday night in the regular
scheduled (patches of the City
Seliuenemeyer bowled the best
for the Electricians with a total
of 511 for three games, while
Thompson performed best for the
losing Lawyers with 472.
Mrs. Charley Darrah and son,
Melvin, spent Sunduy with the
George Hurst family near Banner.
Miss Viola Clovis wsh an over-
night guest in the Andrew Laul)
home, west or Okarche, Saturday
night. . v
Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and chil-
dren returned home Sunday after
spending several weeks with her
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Per-
Miss Gladys Jobe of El Reno
spent Saturday night at the Al-
fred Clovis home.
Itoyse was outstanding for the f*1' am* '1at Duncan were
............................ii.. >,________ ''aller.-i at the Alfred Clovis home
Herman Vietzke and daughter,
Lillian, called in the J. B. Mier's
home Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wallace and
W. H. Wallace went to Clinton
Sunday to see Mrs. E. J. Hostetter
who Is ill there.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Scott at-
tended the funeral of Mr. Snyder
at Piedmont Sunday.
Miss Don Elda Standard called
in the Herman Vletzke home Fri-
Don’t Lot Anyone Fool Yon!
winning motormen, while Maurer
howled best for the losing Hone-
Following are the hoxscores of
O. G. & E.
i Mrs. Fred Smith and daughter,
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little hoy nine years old
a lid In the third grade. I go to
Banner school. I have two sis-'
ters and one brother. Santa, I
please bring me some oranges, I
apples, candy, nuts, a wagon arid
some pencils and a hall, and re-1 Players
member my little brother and sis- Melone
1st. 2nd. :trd. T’tl.
156 170 131 457
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd P. Melone,
who are now located at 218 North
Rock Island avenue, expect to
move to 409 South Hoff avenue
the latter part of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Glass
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beshirs,
of Oklahoma City, were El Reno
Hear Santa Claus:
I am a little* boy in the third
grade I ant eight years old. I
want a basketball and a sweater
and I want a pair of overshoes.
I have a little sister; Hlie wants
a doll. Your friend,
Dear Santa Claus:
I am In the third grade. I go
to school at Banner. I am nine
yeais old. I have two brothers.
I want a football and a Bll gun
and some apples and candy. Don't
forget my brothers. I wunt .mine
pencils ton. Your Irleinl,
Kelley, Welilen 712
1st. 2nd. 3rd. T’tl.
142 154 145 44 1
Mr. anil Mrs. James Harmon
and daughter, Ronth, and son, Mel-
vin, visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Everette Meade and children, west
of Okarche, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clovis and
sous spent Tuesday at the Alfred
Miss Goldie Jobe of Wutonga
Emerson Meade home.
__j Miss Gladys Jobe and Leo
759 -»j/7'il (1<lviH i,ni1 Miss Goldie Jobe and
; Roy Meade motored to Watonga
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ime and
daughter, Miss Maxine, of Des
Moines, la., are guests in the
home of Mr. Lee’s sister, Mrs.
Tom Smith and Mr. Smith, north-
west of the city.'
Mrs. William Ritter, 614 South
Barker avenue, has returned from
a week’s visit in Stanton, Tex.,
where she was called by the
death of her hrolher-in-law, |
106 384 I
M it ruby
Mrs. Floyd Hoffman, south of I
the city, who has been seriously
ill for the past few days, is re
ported as improved.
Tomorrow and Sat.
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Everybody - 10c
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G, Keller,
who have been residing at 715
West Wade street, moved Wed-
nesday to 1205 South Macomb
E. K. West and W. T. Brooks,
of Kansas City, Mo., are guests In
the home of Dr. and.,\Jn. A. .1.
West, 1101 South Barker avenue.
Mr. West is u brother of Doctor
West and Mr. Brooks Is Ills
Dear Santa Clous:
I am in the third grade,
to Banner school. | am
years old. | want a football and!
a drum and an accordion and ai
candy cane. Remember to l»c»I
good to everyone. Your friend,
Waldo Groc. & Mkt.
Phones (>t>7 - (>fi8 Free Delivery
F„A. WALDO, Mgr.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS
FOLGERS COFFEE lb. 37c
2-LB. BOX MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 1 Ic
2-LB. CAN LOUIS PEANUT BUTTER 2.‘lc
2-LB. CAN COCOA 28c
2 5-OZ. CANS OYSTERS • 15c
ROMAN BEAUTY APPLES Hu.
(While They Last), Pk._
Good Cookers, 100-lb. sack $1.10
Hear Santa Clans:
I am Heven years old. I am in
the third grade. I want a lilt
gun and a horn and n French
harp. I try to lie u good hov.
CENTER GROVE j
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver' Pritchett
visited In the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Adron Pritchett, of Edmond.
Mrs. Charlie Schidlor called on
Mrs. Roscoe Young Monday.
Misses Genevla and Thelma
Grass spent the week-end with
| their father, Cheater Grass. They
I are in school at Calumet.
We want to call your attention to our Christ-
mas Trees. They are exceptionally nice, and
the price is low. Don’t buy until you see our
trees. Get yours now.
We Have a Full Line of Brock’s
M Christmas Candy
- MARKET -
Whole or Hal! lb.
Wilton'* Certified or
3 lbs. Compound..........25c
2 lbs. Lean Pork Chops......25c
Country Butter, lb.
Fresh—every pound guaranteed
Miss Wlllene Bishop spent Sat-
urday night i*i the home of Miss
Sunday school and church was
well attended Sunday. Rev. John
Gregg delivered the message ut
the morning service and Rev.
Shelby Kudy at the evening serv-
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stangl and
son called at the home of the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
It. Wilson Sunday.
Mr. Guy Reichert was seriously
Injurled Saturday night, north of
Calumet. Mr. Reichert had stop-
ped and was patching a tire when
u passing car ran over him, drag-
ging him some distance, cutting a
gash in his head with many
bruises about Ills body.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stringer
and family visited the latter's
sister. Mrs. Llisle Ping, of Yukon,
Mr. O. A. Itlalr, of Slloani
Springs, Ark., spent the week-
tnd with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wllkerson
and family attended church and
Sunday school Sunduy.
Grval McDonald was a Sunday
dinner guest In til - hoi.....if Edd
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Robinson and
family visited In the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Leas Hill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stringer
returned Thursday from a week's
visit In the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Foster Stoner, of Oklahoma City.
There will lie singing at the
church next Sunday afternoon
Every one Is invlled to come.
Miss Heckle Pritchett enrolled
this past week In the Calumet
school. She is making her home
with Mr. and Mrs. Jay, the prln-
Mr. and Mrs. Burney Stewart,
of Oklahoma City, departed Thurs-
day morning for a visit with their
daughter, Miss Elolae Stewart,
who attends Arlington Hall In
Washington, I). c„ and their son,
Barney, Jr., student of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania in Phil-
adelphia. Tuesday, December 22.
•Mr and Mrs. Stewart, their
daughter and son, will embark
from New York City, N. Y„ on
the Aqiiltania for the Bermuda
Inlands where they will spend thy
Christ mss holidays. The Stewarts
formerly lived in El Reno.
Practice has started
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Hostetter
and son Aden spent Saturday
evening In the W. H. Wallace]
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Scott and
sons were Sunday dinner guests
in the home of the former’s par-1
enls, Mr. and Mrs Alva Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vletstke
.ire Hie proud parents of a huliy I
girl horn Dec. 2. whom they huvej
given the name Marjory Ann. I
Billy Wallaee spent Monday!
night with Harold Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroe-
der and family visited in the Win.
Schroeder home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Scott and
sons, Kermit and Harold, spent
Saturday evening In the Herman
The folks of this community
were very sorry to hear of the
death of Mr. H. C. Snyder of
BETTER CONTROL OF COLDS
Her Piles Healed
After 20 Years
Mrs XI. E. Must, 817 South 7lli
St., Goshen, I ml., who was en-
tirely healed of Piles and oilier
Rectal Trouble after suffering 20
years, urges all sufferers to write
The Thornton ii Minor Clinic,
Suite 725, 926 McGee St„ Kansas
City, Mo., for u new free copy-
lighted hook which tells all about
hemorrhoids (piles), fistula and
other forms of rectal diseases and
which fully explains a safe, sure,
. 'I* 'la<' ,nnay friends mild treatment that has restored
who extend their sympathy. morP thun 40,000 afflicted people
, ‘\0** luesday t0 renewed health. There is no
and Friday afternoon with Mrs.!C0Mt t,r obligation -Adv.
WILL INCREASE, NOT REDUCE TAX-
ES—Because it fixes highest state in-
come tax in nation on individuals and
WILL INCREASE EXPENSE OF GOV-
ERNMENT — Because it creates new
political commissions at higher salaries.
WILL PARALYZE BUSINESS—Because
it places Oklahoma business and industry
at a disadvantage with those of neigh-
boring states having lower tax rates.
WILL CAUSE MORE WAGE CUTS-—
Because the employe must share the mis-
fortune of his employer.
WILL POSTPONE PROSPERITY — Be-
cause the return of normal conditions in
the country as a whole will not be felt
in Oklahoma, due to the additional bur-
WILL JEOPARDIZE STATE SCHOOLS
AND INSTITUTIONS — Because it
places in the governor’s hands power to
cripple or close any state school, institu-
tion or department at will through
absolute control of appropriations.
WILL CREATE NEW POLITICAL JOBS k
—Sets up new political boards and com- ~
missions at Oklahoma City and provides
for unlimited employment of personnel
at unlimited wages.
WILL LESSEN DEMAND FOR FARM
PRODUCTS—Because it will curtail the
buying power of cities—the only market
for the truck farmer, dairyman and
Get the hills—read them—study them—
think for yourself—understand
them—and you will
For literature address
1CD3 Midwest Building
Oklahoma City, Okla.
TELEPHONE WANT ADS TO NO. 19
we can advertise it”
TO OIIHKItVE CKXTKX.NT \|.
Kalamazoo, Mich., (IP> —Kaln-
muzoo College will celebrate Its
centennial anniversary in Octo-
ber, 1933, college officials have
announced. ,\ three-tluy program
will lie held.
potato VINK RI.OSSOMS
IVnn Yan, N. Y„ OP) A pota-
to vino blossomed during late
November In the garden of George
Harden, and Mrs. Hatley Arm-
strong picked a rose front a virg-
in her hack yard.
MISSOURI STUDENTS I.EAI)
Si. I.ouls, (IP) Although more
• Hun 75 per cent of students at
Washington University here cnntn
from Missouri, 4 3 stales are rep-j
resented, anil six foreign conn
tiles. Including Switzerland, Me*
Ico and U/c ho-Slovak iu.
Pmittent oaugha and cold* lead to
eerioui trouble. You can stop them now
cipal. | wiawik* iivuim. ivu sup innanm
Misses Opal Moore, Willene 1 withCri-omulsion, an emuUilied erroiote
llishop, Opal Nelson, Ruth Smith,
and Mrs. Monnie Drown called
at the lioniti of Mrs, llaskel
llohatinun Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. All Andrews and
daughters, Mugaletie mid Francis,
and Mr. Virgil Smith were Sun-
day dinner guests In the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Young.
Mrs. Emma Thomas, of Sher-
man, Tex., returned Sunday after
a two weeks' visit In the home of
her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Mr. and Mrs. 1-1. Kudy and family
Mr. Shelby Kudy and family. Mr.
und Mrs. Harry Morris, Mr. und
Mrs. Joe McCruy and family visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Ham Kudy Holi-
Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Kennedy
Judd Pierce, Miss Notnubell Whit-
ley were Sunday dinner guests at
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new medical discovery with two-fold lo-
tion; it soothes and heals the inflamed
■nembr.ows and inhibits germ growth.
Of all known drugs, creosote if recog-
nlzed by high medical authorities atone
of the greatest healing agrnriet for per-
•ialent coughs and colds and other forma
of throat troubles. Creomulsion contains,
in addition tocreosote, other healing ele-
ments which soothe and heal the infected
membranes and stop the irritation and
inflammation, whiln the erenoote goes
on to the stnniarh, is absorbed into the
blood, attaeka the seat of the trouble
and check* the growth of the germ*.
Creomiilslon is guaranteed satisfac-
tory in the treatment of persistent
cough- and colds, bronchial asthma,
bronchitis and other forms of respira-
tory diseases, and is excellent for
building up the system after colds or
flu. Money refunded if tny cough or
cold, no matter of how long standing,
is not relieved after taking according
lo directions. Aik your druggist, (adv.)
Products arc nearly always put on the market before they arc
advertised. Quite frequently, changes have to be made in an
article before the public generally will accept it. Color, design,
flavor—those are some of the things the public has to he con-
sulted about. Sometimes a product won’t sell at all and simply
has to he discontinued. As soon as people show that they wel-
come an article and as soon as all refinements and improve-
ments have been added, then you could hear the manufacturer
say, if you could lie in his office, “Now we can advertise.”
When you buy advertised goods, you may know they have
gone through the experimental stages. You may he sure that
the manufacturer knows they are right and that he is willing
to stake his reputation on them. You may Ik* confident that
you are buying goods that have sold and that would continue to
sell without any advertising at all. For advertising merely lets
all of the people know—now—what considerable numbers would
find out by word of mouth ten years from now.
Of course, advertising goes a step farther. Word of mouth
hardly ever (ells all the uses of a product. It often doesn’t
give the real reasons for its superiority. Advertising tells peo-
ple all about a product and the numerous ways in which they
can use it.
Whatever you buy, therefore, let the advertisements he
your guide. When the manufacturer says, “Now we can ad-
vertise it,” you know that you can safely say, “Now we can
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