The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 44, No. 222, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 17, 1935 Page: 4 of 8
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EL RENO, (OK.) DAILY TRIBUNE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1935.
The El Reno Daily Tribu ne
A Blae Ribbon Newspaper Serving A Blur Ribbon Community
Issued daily except Saturday from 207 South Rock Island avenue,
and entered as second-class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879.
RAY J. DYER
Editor and Publisher
M. E. YORK
The ASSOCIATED PRESS is exclusively entitled to the use for re-
publication of all the news dispatches credited to it or not credited by j
this paper, and also to all the local news therein.
All rights of publication of special dispatches herein urc also reserved. |
Union City Church Group
(AUTHOR of "castle of doom’) >
Kurt Hastings secretly known
as the Silver Moth who makes a
business ot dangerous adven-
ture arrives in Itnme seeking
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SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1935.
j BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT I rest and quiet. But almo-t tm-
UNION CITY, Nov. 16—The Altar I mediately he is approached bv a
I society met Thursday afternoon stranger. Bruce Dalton, w ho
With Mrs. E M Kirby. During mentions a mutual friend and
the buisness session the women J,5*!4* Kurt to hl« hotel moms.
| voted to give a card party Tiie.*'- j ^hrre he tries to him Kurt to
I day evening, Nov. 19, in the base- ,“1'" *
I incut of the Catnu.ic school,
j The public Is Invited.
lake a ••mall packet" In Cairo,
yawing that the mission Is dan-
gerous When he rrfusrs to ex-
A dainty and delicloal lunch wax] ^url rejects his "ffer.
served to the following members: | 1''h'n ' ^ ,h,r.,y
Mr. Dennis Sweeney, Mrs. Bar-1 ,ho,"’1",;1 liollar* K,,rl '»'» he
ney Demmer, Mr*. Leo Dcmtncr,1
Miss Anna Miehallcka. Mrs. Albert |
Men*. Mrs. Clyde Robinson. Mrs ;
Eva Hentzcn, Mrs. George Menz. j
Mrs. J, J. Rutlerman, Mrs. Will
Carol Mrs. Fred Boevers. Mrs.
John Hepplcr, Mrs. John Fodder-1
---- ■ —__-_;__I sen, Mrs. Jack Ross, Mrs. Eugene i
I Swcenev, Mrs. Rosa Kudck. Mrs.
CONSIDERING THE POOR: Blessed is he that eonsidrreth the poor: | A) Rof\ Mls oeorge Schumakor
make It m safe for you as oosM-
Kurt smiled "Tlianks." he said
with a touch ot Irony in his voice
He went out and walked to ms
hotel The streets were quiet at
this hour and there was a north
wind blowing Kurt shivered *
little and turned up the collar oi
tils coat. For the first time in his
life he felt no elation at the
thought of adventure.
1J1S first reaction, on awakum
* 1 the following morning was
one of pleasure He had left the
blinds open and the sun was
THERE was complete silence tn warm and bright In the room It
•the room for a moment Kurt *“s “re‘,a^eI.lhe„cold
leaned over and look a cigarette ?!£ 11 ? a« „ J 'i?L1 *7„H 6 stretched
frnm the box r»n thp t.nhif* nniv an<* Pleasantly
Then, suddenly, ne flung oack
the covers and sat on the edge of
the bed. abruptly remembering
Kurt shrugged • "It would in-
terest me to know ol course out
“And if I were to tell you that It
is tint tn be bought. Mean-
while Kurt has wondered
whether It is mere coincidence
that "DoIkon" Is also the name
of lh“ firm ol cotton brokers hy
which his hrnther-tn-law. firry
Masters located In Egypt, is
the abruptness ot nis movement
betrayed his emotion He lit the
cigarette and then looked Dalson
squarely In the eye.
"You were to tell me this If
nothing else worked?”
“It Is an order?”
“No It lias nothing to do with eagerly recognizing
him officially He merely said that handwriting. It had
4c cursed softly and then feeltna
much better rose and let down
the blinds and rang for Ills break-
There was a letter on the tray
when it came and he picked tt up
Ihr Lord will deliver him in lime of trouble.—Psalms 11:1.
NEW YORK .
BY DON O'MALLEY
\TEW YORK. Nov. 16—'Tile open- I walked ill the direction of the res-
1N inK night of the National horse I taurant. As lie turned the corner lie
show took my breath away saw a parked car. When lie got
City dwellers don't have much nearer, two men. their collars turn-
opportunity to sec these wonderful ed up. theii hut brims down, ap-
nnlmals In action, and they're apt1 peared from the shadows of a house
... . . him,
and walked rapidly towards
their hands In their pockets.
"It has happened at lust," thought
the Jovial McOoldrlck
lo forget that horses can do other
things besides haul milk wagons
and fruit trucks The annual show
is an exhilarating revelation of the
beauty and skill with which the no-
ble beasts can perform
Major Tuttle's astounding exhibi-
tion of dressage with tlir thorough-
bred, Cy Murray, is easily t lie most
brilliant act I've seen in a dozen
theatrical moons. Guided only by a anyway?
silken thread as reins, the brown-
hued animal does everything but *NI( l\S Clare Booth Brokuw. so-
tum around and shake hands with Gallic and magazine editor and at
its rider. The intricate maneuvers present a playwright, lakes the Mi-
ami Mrs. Frank Gatz.
Guests for the ulternoon were:
Misses Marie Miehallcka, Valeria I
I Kudck. Mrs. Joe Ross, Mrs. George I
I Pappa. Mrs Hulda Been, Mrs. P
D. Richardson. Mrs. James Ali-
sher, Mrs. Hally Sweeney, Mrs
j Marvin Bisweil, Mrs. Tom Kirby
| and Miss Margaret Pappa.
Mrs. Joe Ross entertained the:
farm women's club Tuesday af-1
Miss Harvey Thompson's demon-
stration was on meat canning.
Those lo attend were Mrs. Jack
Ross, Mrs. R W Wilson, Mrs. Clyde
Robinson and Mrs. John Sanders.
The young people's Sunday school
i lass surprised their teacher, Roy
von would do It as a favor for him warded from Berlin He slit the
but lie preferred not to ask this envelope and pulled out a single
favor or be mentioned unless you sheet of paper covered with ills
sister's small and precise writing
He read quickly frowning a lit-
tle and when he had finished he
lighted a cigarette and read again
He waited a second, his heart i Wallace, with a slipper Wednesday I
skipping. Then he gave a start. Tile ( veiling on his birthday anniver-
two men were his own legal uldes.
nicy had hovered protectlngly near
Wliy docs a guy go into politics,
of the Third United States cavalry
dctchment from Fort M.vcr would
have put the best of the Chester
Hale dancers to shame. For heart-
tire cast rehearsing in her show.
"Abide With Me." to lunch at Long-
chnmps every afternoon for story
conferences. She must be sure
pounding thrills, the International | of a hit. * * ' Since "Dead End
military Jumping contest over a
course of bewildering hurdles makes
the usual movie melodrama a dull
And for sheer beauty ol motion. I
can think of nothing to beat the 45tb street "Alterations As Usual
high-prancing brown marc, driven During Business." One New York
became a smash hit, "Eden End."
another play, has picked up in busi-
ness. . . . A sort of popular confu-
sion between heaven and hell. * ® *
Sign outside a restaurant oil East
business man not ashamed to admit
by Louis Haight, which won the
single hackney pony competition.
It's still the sport of kings.
* * *
TOPS—Opening night of the horse
show Is also the first major event
of the social season, drawing to the
garden all the luminaries of the gilt-' "The Last of Free Africa" by Gor-
tcring four hundred Photographers' | don McCreagh. which is one of the
flashlights snapped a dozen to the new International: Mind Alcove
minute as ermine-draped debutantes ' books ot the El Reno Carnegie II-
nnd society matrons crowded binry. Is frankly journalistic In
through the lobby between lanes style and many ol its pages arc dc-
of awed sidewalk spectators. voted to descriptions of obscure
The silks and furs and jewels of tribes and customs,
the Vanderbilts, the Goulds and the Such Information, which under or-
Astors provided their own ring of dlnary circumstances would be only
splendor around the flashing dls- a colorful uecount of native life,
play Inside the nrena. Bravely uni- becomes, in view of the present in-
formed army and navy officers trrnatlonul situation, a clear pic-
froni all over the world added Just hire of the iprimltlvc setting in
the right touch of military precision which military action Is now being
Without doubt, one of the most carried on in Ethiopia,
brilliant spectacles that the town's It should In borne tn mind that
entertainment whirl ever spins with the exception of the last chup-
around. I ter, this book was written in 192)1.
Since tlml date Has Ttifrl, mcnlion-
IIISKY— Joseph MeOolth'ick. who ed so olten In the Iwok as the
was defeated tn his run against Prince Regent, has come to the
William F. X. Groghuu for Kings throne and is fumtliur to the world
county district attorney, recounts a as the emperor, Haile Selassie
chilling incident Dial occurred dur-
ing his campaigning. MeOoldrlek
had charged corruption In the dis-
trict attorney's office, and lie was
traveling around Interviewing gang-
sters. witnesses in criminal cases
and relatives of Individuals impli-
cated in underworld crimes.
While tracking down a lead on
I lie Druekmun ease, lie made
Alter a lovely supper the even-,
ing was spent informally.
Frank Davis was another hon- <
ored guest, It being Ills birthday
Those to enjov the occasion with I
the honored ones and their taini-
lie.s were Rev. and Mrs. Cliff Smith.
George Segre.ss. Ervin Lair. Walter I
Boevers, Wilson Boevers. Bernice
Wood*. Marguerite Dickerson, Flor- 1
rnee Keile, Marie Frieda Sniurr
Kate Boevers, Mr and Mrs R. W
Mrs. A! Ross entertained with |
a covered dish supper honoring her
husband's birthday anniversary
Thursday. Those lo enjoy the cour-
tesy were Mr. and Mrs. John Con-
rad and family, Mr. and Mrs.
George Ross and family, Mr. and
Mrs. F. J Oatz and family, Mr.. . .
and Mrs Joe Ross and family, Gus ,P0KP RBuln.
Zlelsdorf and daughter. Gladys, Mr "The point Is,” he said
and Mis. John Sanders and family,! ujqlJy "thm the money aillUc
Mr. and Mrs Jack Ross and Mi I 1|U,LUJ'' 1 lllL mumJ
and Mrs Frank Bixby of New- j is secondary to me.”
ton, Kan. I "And 1 wasn’t clever enough
Bix y of tQ rea|lzc tliat immediately.”
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED: Do
not say, "He gave tlie fruit to Mary
and mvself.” Sav, "to Mary and me."
Manor. Pronounce last syllabic er.
e as in her. not as or.
OFTEN MISSPELLED: Massa-
chusetts; four s's, two t's.
SYNONYMS: Regardless, care-
less. thoughtless, heedless, negligent,
WORD STUDY: "Use a word three
times and it Is yours.” Let us in-
crease our vocabulary by mastering
one word cacli day. Today's word:
PAMPER; to indulge to excess. "The
child was pampered and petted."
I hope tins reaches you You are ai-
\o vague about Keeping me posted
a.» to four tnovementi.. Why od earth
(hoo.se Her (Id at thin time ot rear? I
nm writing to ask you to come to u»
for a visit. I did ask you oefore. dldn t
4. and you wrote something abo
disturbing a newly marrti
That was silly ot you. o! course, oul
d.dn t insist because Egypt is oot much
of a summer resort.
Hue time, though. Kurt, you really
cd you. Kurt No. no.
ppr that it friable
that I want you ticic Clrey if onxio
. too. so please don't thli
»nu*t come I nect
to meet you. too. so please don't think
I m not unhappy. Oo
it frighten? me.
.. contrary. «o
ippy that it friahteoF me. It tw simply
at I want you iieie Urey if enxlou*
up any more excuse*. Please come soon
Kurt, very room
There are lot? ot duck ar
year. *o I can promise you
and we are not far from Cairo you
know Don’t you think it
you to live *‘1n the villa
mi here? Kom-ei-Ahdar is quite
The name means “llttli
something like that Doesn’t 1
you? 8o. Kurt, you MUS
hllT’ or sor
it might amuse
lagos. as they
r is quite otc-
lie read the letter quttlcly, then again—very slowly
was plainly a cry tor help
gOTIl men were silent (or a
ni o m c a t. Finally, Kurt
tan i rc: i::m anon-
Mi and Mrs. Frank
Newton. Kan., were overnight
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Ross
Those to attend the League rally
at Red Rock Tuesday evening were (t(^r'.,"
Rev. and Mrs Cliff Smith, George |
Segre.ss. Bernice Woods and Mar- [
The December meeting will be j
at Union City.
Liaison confessed ruefully
“But II tlie money doesn't
tempt you, doesn't the dun-
A I’rolilt’iii A I lay
It a wagon wheel measures 46
inches in diameter, how long must
an iron bar be cut to make a tire
for llie wheel, allowing (--Inch for
an the lap m welding?
appointment for 1 oclock In Hie Answer T„ Friday's I'rolilem
*''"**" °> P"wni Explanation Kub-
Brooklyt . He told Ills two legal aides tract 25 front 30; divide last result
lo meet him uftcTWiuxls at a realmi- by 30
rant, and leaving them, went on lo
keep his secret n Mr and Mrs W. l Moore. 520
After an hours conversation with South Hull avenue, were business
hi.s informant, McGoldrlck left and \iMlor.s in Marlow Buturdny.
Mfc.s Ann Tillrr.v. 320 Hotilli Ev-
ans avenue. Is s|M-ndlng Hie week-
end wllli friends in Oklahoma City.
Mrs afiiripil.s Stone Morris and
daughter, Mary Ellgubclh, 703 South
Williams avenue, were Oklahoma
City vi'ilOrs FAddav.
“I have enjoyed enough danger
ceentlv to last me a long time ’
Kurt smiled ironically. "Frankly
j Dalson vou are wasting vour time
Under no circumstances would i
be tempted to undertake this mis-
sion tn the dark."
“Not even tf I were to fi ll you
who scut us lo vou?”
i Week Observed At
ref u cd
"You 'poke to
"l-xaelly v.hal di.l in say""
Kurt H.e ting i- the man to
da n 11 ne reti.se.- teil mm I ask
,U < a oerscnai t.ivor He gave
me, tlie Dastwonl *
Hurt sigh.a Hr looked
' Very well ‘ tic said quietly “I
Dalson Mmihirird ms shoul-
ders as though a grent load had
,eer. removed trem mein He
I^URT poured himself a cup of
coffee and drank it mechanic-
ally Chris was in trouble Money?
No. she'd have written for that
, She needed him. and It was seri-
ous. Tlie light tone of her letter
didn't deceive him for a moment
He knew her letters very well for
she wrote often, and this one was
quite different. It was a cry lor
Kurt pushed back the breakfast
tray and went Into the bathroom
to shave. Perhaps a cry for help
my was outtlng tt too strongly but
there was something wrong. Some-
thing wrong. Funny this coming
in top of last night's affair. Still
tlicr. couldn’t possibly be any
connection. It was a coincidence
B.\ Der- And Daison—was Ills name a co-
incidence. too or was he one of
Hie firm for which Grey Masters
Kurt cut himself with the razor
and swore. There could be a con-
nection but he couldn't Imagine
where and he didn’t like to think
very of it. Why didn't he like to think
of it? Wa3 ho going to discover
that lie had nerves after all these
vears? At any rate. It would be
iasv enough to find out If Dalson's
name were a coincidence or not
He went back into the bedroom
and last touchdown. McCall's toe
added the extra point, giving the
visitors a grund total of 46 for their
Reserves Turned Louse
During the last half, both tennis
were composed largely of second
string players. Norman was so far
ahead that substitutes took to the
field in swarms. El Reno was so far
behind that their reserves also were
Sam Phillips, whose blocking,
tackling and fighting spirit were
obvious throughout tlie session,
turned In a nice game for the lasers,
regardless of what the score might
indicate. Bob Myers also was fight-
Bill Collins at times was able to
hit his usual stride and his 30-yard
dash around left end In the second
quarter was El Reno's most spectac-
ular play. Collins was the most con-
sistent ground gainer in the Indian
Garnett Morrow, in a guard posi-
tion. and Harold Moore, substitute
end. evidenced flashes of brilliance.
McCall Shows Up
Frank Crider, Indian medicine
man. apparently lias found another
ball carrier tn Bill McCall. He was
in the game only a few minutes, but
TWO 4-H GROUPS
Tlie Harmony 4-H cluo wo brin-
ed and the Richland girl- and boy,
re-organized Friday by Mi..:, Har-
vey Thompson, home demonstration
agent for Canadian county, and II.
G. Ware, extension poultrymnu
from the Oklahoma A. and M. col-
lege. Stillwater, who assisted in
judging poultry shows at the l wo
Twelve members enroled for wo;k
In the n:w club while the registra-
tion at Richland totaled 19. Of-
ficers will be elected at Hie De-
cember meetings which will be held
oy Harmony D.c. i„ and Richland
During tlie two shows Mr. Ware
collected trven dozen eggs which he
plans to enter In the national
poultry and egg show to be held
m Chicago in connection with Ihc
national livestock show. Oklahoma
Is allowed 12 entries.
MUSKOGEE :/!’}—Dyke M. Wiley,
postmaster here, recently announe-
I ed that flags for coffins of war vet-
' erans may be procured from any
county scat postmaster.
POLICEMEN BENE! IT
MUSKOGEE bP)—Proceeds from a
circus here went to buy warmer
uniforms for Muskogee policemen.
Romy lor B. Jennings. Garrett for
Ollpliant, Miller for Smith, Allen
for Corbett. Gross for Kemp. Stubbs
for Allen. Pickard for McCall.
Summary—Yards gained in scrim-
mage: El Reno 92. Norman 386.
Yards lost in scrimmage: El Reno
2. Norman 9. Passes: El Reno at-
tempted 8, completed 1 for 10 yards,
with 2 intercepted; Norman at-
tempted 9. completed 3 for total of
53 yards, with two intercepted, by
Collins and Myers. Penalties: E!
Reno 0, Norman 5 for total of 45
yards. Punts; El Reno 6 for total of
174 yards, or average of 22's. Nor-
man 1 for 45 yards. First
downs: El Reno 5, Ncrman
12 Fumbles: El Reno 4. recov-
ering 1; Norman 2. recovering both,
handled himself nicely and broke i olld.i'0ve!Icl '? ,E1 R'''10 fumbles,
through for n 15-yard gain Just be- f°‘
fore the final gun. 2 l Munscy, B. Jen-
Delmar Haun, captain and guard. ?,r8Ali®,llchf'im' ,andJ^cmy l2': px'
........ - * tie points after touchdowns, McCal!
ooured whisky Into the lwj empty and nicked up the telephone. Af-
Herr is to success!
ter a few moments, he was con-
nected with the Excelsior and
They drained the glasses and asked for Mr Bruce Dalson.
out them down
Very quietly he replaced the re-
“You nav the papers to give cclver Mr Dalson had left Rome
mc nawy Kurt asked very early tills morning.
No You U receive vour Jtislruc- —__
was replaced in the first quarter by
Eob Craig, and never returned to
the field. Haim's duties of calling
signals were assumed by Richard
Ozmun. and after the latter was re-
placed in the third quarter, Myers
became the field general.
Norman used 21 men during the
melee, and without exceiition. every
one was effective. Appleby, Munsey,
Oliphant, Rcmy and the Jennings
brothers, however, displayed the
El Reno (0) Pos. Norman (46>
Onan LE B. Jennings
Pcnwcll LT Smith
Haun ict LG Kemp
Wright C wood <c)
Morrow RG Miller
Flagler RT Corbett
Clovis RE p. Jennings
Philli|).s H B
2; safety (2 points i given Norman
by El Reno.
Officials—Pendleton. O. U., ref-
eree; Phillips. O U„ umpire; Dun-
lap. O. U., head linesman.
■El Reno: Moore for i
lions In the morning We hope it
Actlvitli :U in,- B(kliter T W i h-
ington school iiurine ifi pi, i w k
Miss Catherine Wood. Mr. uiul|lw,v,‘ lj,v" ‘'owned around the ol>-
Mr.s It .1 Crump, daughter, Carina 'rv.ineo ol Aiu'rienn Education
Ne(a, and Iheir lioii.se guest. Miss week. I It Klrkptil lick, principal,
Mar\ Wlggs. ni Fluid, are spending 'i |»>rlnl Sul unlay.
J. S. Campbell, 1023 East Cava-
n.iugli i.lreel, was an Oklahoma City
Mrs. Siba Holshouscr ol Okla-
Sayre were overnight guests Fri-
day of their sister. Mi's. Lee Hoy
Ewing, and Mr. Ewing, 591 Sunset
Miss Vera Mae Cooper, 108 1-2
North Bickford avenue, Is the
week-end guest of her grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mis. E. C. Dlckcr-
Sllliday willi relatives In Watougu.
DOWN MEMORY LANE
Nov. 17. I ‘>2(1
v .pAL1 tll<' regular moot ing «f the Lions dub vestmluv. .1.
i . lay lor, chairman of the countv fair committee, urged that
relathcs °lm l is llu' week with Fort Worth
SdlSKf S,: ch!vRc'ik,: ......... Nii,m“n iiiw“
Mxhibil was uiiidr by l hr donf^n-
lie. ail clcpiirtmeut mulrr ihr mi-
Mr Iloy lens, 610 Soulli ltofi ' bervi-' len of J. o. Mason mid tlr,t
avenue, was a guest Thursdav of eeoiiotiiies de^iarlmeiit. id:
her son. William, student at Hie i" C M. Thornton Is Iwnc!.
University of Oklahoma in Nw- Visitor •' tiny was ob.-.ei ved Friday
man. Progrnnis were given Mondu>.
[ Wednesday and Friday on the
Mrs. Wesley Beck and son. Wes- ihein.'s ol "The School and tlie
ley, Jr., ol Norman weir overnight Citizen;.....I lie School and Hecrca-
::iicsis Friday of her sister, Mr 1 Hoo" and ''EdueuUoji mill Ihe
Sum J. ainitii. and Mr. Smith. 207|tl,KKl Life "
VVcsl Hayes street. A tinner and son liaiaiuel was
served Thursday night. A I, Monl-
Mi. s Polly Atkinson. University gomety served as eluiiimttn of the
ol Oklalioma si tident at Norman. Lslcducatlon eimimitlee.
spending the week-end with her I ___________
11;|icm ■. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Atkin- _
.'Oil, 920 West Rogers street. PHONE CLAESIFIEO All's TO ill
homa City and Mrs. Smite Huff of son, at Geary.
Mi Mary Alice lllilse. 302 North
Macomb avenue, was an Oklahoma
city visitor Saturday. She was ac-
companied home by her son, Wil-
liam George Hnlse. who laid re-
mained in an Oklahoma City has
I’ltal following a major operation
tiirec weeks ago.
Meharry & Keller
Plumbing anil Gas Filling
We have lor '.do a guml used
Phene ill :;i»0 So. Choctaw
Mmes. G. A. .Schooler, W. lv Uossun. <(. W. Mniwn, Wil-
liam Morrison, John Welter and .1, L. Coeherill were host-
essws yesterday at the Noveniher meeting of the Lady Mac-
daughter, Mrs. Charles Mason. Miss Anna Paulsen, after a
weeks visit here, will go to Amarillo for an extended stay
w*th her sister, Mrs. Henry Schafer.
I hc county commissioners have purchased a “scrt'cniiiif'*
machine, and the preliminary trials indicate its use will be a
nathan* "ui t^ Iding of the roads and highways of Cu-
Mrs. H. L. Reed entertained 10 children Saturday eve-
ning for her son, Harry Mack. Games were played and in a
gutttfdiULcontest Charles Grady wun. the favor
Our Milk Is
Good For Nerves!
It at slumber time you’re
restless and you try to' sleep
in vain; Don’t give up the task
^ ou have all the world to
Every night before retiring-
A glass ol’ bur good milk,
It’s a grand old sleeping pro-
ducer when you hit the well
D. H. Brown's Jersey Milk
On November 11,
Avant “Speedy” Tay-
lor merged with the
sales department of
The El Reno Motor
and Oldsniobile deal-
In anticipation of
greater sales of Chev-
rolet and Oldsmobiles
in 1936 than ever be-
fore in the history of
the El Reno Motor
accepted a position on
the sales force.
Clovis. Craig for Haun, Wyrick for
Penwell, Jensen for Craig. Penwell
ft* Jensen, Albright lor Collins,
McCall for Ozmun. Jensen for Pen-
well. Erbar for Craig. Stafford for
Phillips. Norman: Stubbs for Miller.
Blrchum for Appleby. McCall for P
Jennings, Sommervillc for Moody,
“Speedy” was for-
merly associated with
Hart Motor Company,
Ford dealer for lour years, and has made his
home in El Reno all his life. He was graduated
from the El Reno higlischool in 1923 and has
been a Ford salesman for six years.
“Speedy” invites all his friends and former
customers to come down or phone, for a demon-
stration in the New Chevrolet.
El Reno Motor Co.
Res. Rhone 119
Office Rhone 35ii
TOIIAY THRU TUESIIAY
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TOMORROW an«J TUESDAY
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Adm. 10c and 15c
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stall evei assem-
bled ler on* picture
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 44, No. 222, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 17, 1935, newspaper, November 17, 1935; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc917924/m1/4/: accessed November 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.