The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 180, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 6, 1930 Page: 1 of 8
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The Heart of the Rich
The El Reno Daily Tribune
The Tribune Goes Into
3,746 Homes Daily
UNITED FHESS SERVICE
. K. Wrinkle Is Elected
We Saw Today
Several attorneys w miring Ken-
tucky blue neckties.
A prominent Kl }!teno woman
shopping in a local store. Wo
beard her make Hie remark Ihai
she wished to see something dur-
able. You know I his sounded
rather old fashioned to iih for tie
majority of people these days
purchase articles for their looks
rather than durability.
II. B. Wrinkle, of Duncan, was
■lofted by the Kl Itcuo school
»oard at their regular meeting
onday night, to succeed H. F.
Hen, as superintendent of the Kl
to HO school >4. The definite selec-
Ion was made toward the close
f the mooting, when a telephone
•all from Mr. Wrinkle, at Duncan,
nforhied Paul Llthmuiin, pros!-
lent of the hoard, that ho would
iccept tlw position.
Mr. Wrinkle finished a three-
ear term at the Duncan schools
Mr year and was unanimously
lected by Hie board there to serve
not ho r year. Mr. Wrinkle was
ho.scn from a list or 4 4 applicants
or the office hero.
According to Mr. Liebmann,
lot king was left undone in solicit-
hr Information concerning the
ippllcants and that Mr. Wrinkle,
e*yond doubt, hud tho highest
(liven One-Year Contract
The new’ superintendent was
lectod to a one-year term, begin-!
ling July 1, 1930, at a salary of
Beside being a man experienced
n the capacity of a school sup-,
rlnicndent, Mr. Wrinkle comes |
xcellontly recommended as a
eader in civic affairs. He Is,
iresident of the Duncan Rotary
Mub, and is also president of the
k la Horn a Central education as-
ociation. He has served as sup-i
rlntendent of schools for about,
Mr. Allen resigned recently af-
Continued on Rage Three)
People beginning to worry
about loo much rain.
A wicker basket filled with
beautiful pink peonies.
Hugo rain drops lulling at
13:10 I*. M.
M«'ii complaining uhoui mudd>
____EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1930.
CARL f'J.i’EJ1) Bishop Paints Weird
‘Picture of Economic And
Religious Life In Russia
CENTRAL PRESS SERVICE
letebrating Fact That
County is T. B. Free
Complete Arrangements for tho
K iiquet celebrating the receipt of
lie certificate denoting the fact
lie Canadian nciuly io Hie first
•utility in Hu' stale to have all
attic tested and liar from tuber
iilosia, have been made.
The banquet will lie held al I lie
aseuieiit of the Cellini I Methodist
Inin li. Bi May evening. May !». he '
'.inning at h o’clock.
The program is mud" up of short 1
alks l»y agriculturul had* rr, Hum
liffprejil | aria of the slate.
The speaker; ’.vim hove been !
■tired for Hie program no: I). P
rent, dlreeloi of Extension **t ok *
ilionm A. and M. college, at Still
valor; t larence Ruber! , editor fit:
lie Oklahoma l'tnn*'i stockman;
»i’. C. S. 11 had, state veliimrinn;
snd C. C. King, of thinner.
Harry ('onlel, president of Hu
dale hoard of agriculture will b
* special guest and will juolnbh
m called upon for a sbori talk.
In addition, all of the federal and ,
• ale vetinai Ians who assisted in
lie work of testin'; the cattle in
he county will bn guests of Hie
iohIm at the banquet.
The Lions Club, KHvaiils Club,
lunlor Clin in her of Commerce and
he Chamber of Commerce are unit-
ng with other committees In ar-1
'tinging for the banquet in honor
d Ihe occasion.
Dr. Allen, of Oklahoma City, Zed i
•ral vetlnarlau, will make the pre-1
eututlon of the certificate, fl. o. i
"Inley, chairman of the board of
nunty commissionorg will make
lie acceptance speech. The certi- :
Icale is to hang in the room of
Ihe county commissioners at the
Committees are at work selling
ickets for the banquet or Friday
light and It is hoped that tho i
imminent might be filled for the '
Commission Make Change
Due to Absence of
Due to the fact that H. L. Fogg, |
attorney for the Oklahoma Cas |
and Electric company, was called
to Kentucky Monday on account
of the critical illness of 1-is .ather,1
the board of city commissioners
last night changed the dale lor
the adjourned meeting ct the
board, at which time applications
for electric light and power fran-
chise will be considered.
The meeting was to have been
held Thursday night. May 15, but
it was stated last night that Mr.
Fogg would not be back by that
Hme. In all probability, the
meeting mil be held on Monday
night, May 2<i, or sometime dur-
ing that week.
AH To Be Notified
Mayor Charles H. Tompkins
stated Hast night that the city
clerk would notify all interested
parties ten days before the meet-
ing i3 held.
Mr. Lessee, representative of
the Fair banks-Morse company,
makers of power plant equipment,
attended the commissioners’
meeting Monday night and ulatrtl
that Ills company was willing to
install a municipal plant here urn!
accept payment for Ham*’ out of
Hie earnings of the plant. The
county requested Mr. Longer to
make a survey of the elty and sub
mil an estimate on Hie require-
ments and cost of installation of
Hie plant before Hie meeting for
consideration of franchise applica
Hons is held.
Prominent N c w s p a per
Man to Speak at Mis-
An uddress by Carl Magee, odi
for of the Oklahoma News, Okla-
homa City, and on*’ of the nutstnnd
lug newspaper men of America, will
finllire tonight’s session of the
twentieth annual meeting of the
Woman’s Home Missionary Hoclely
of the Oklahoma conference, Meth-
od 1st Episcopal church, which open-
ed at Ihe First M. E. Chun h here
“The Social Mind" will he the
subject of Mr. Magee's address. The
evening session will atari at 8
o’clock. Due to the prominence of
Mr. Magee and Ills well-known *ihil-
it\ as a speaker and thinker, the
church auditorium Is expected to
be filled to capacity. The public*
is cordially invited to hear Air. Ma-
Inclement weather this morning
threatened to keep many delegates
away from the convention. The
conference Includes all of Okla-
homa am) a part of Texas and
many delegates were expected to
attend the conference, which will
continue until Thursday evening.
The annual Fellowship dinner
will he held in the basement of the
First M. E. church at 6:30 o’clock
this evening. Mrs. L. (\ Moore
will preside. Mayor Charles E.
Tompkins will give an address of
greetings from tip* city and the
Rev. A. C. Brown, pa; lor will bring
groutings from the lo*i*l church.
Mr?. Elmer Brown, president of Hie
local auxiliary, will extend greet-
(Continued front page one)
PAINTING a weird pie I urn of economic ami religious life in Russia
* that land of strange contrndlrttone and * on»in ,tBishop Raymond J.
Wade, of lli»» Stockholm amt of Ihe Methodist church, Monday night
thrilled a capacity Hud ence at Hie First Methodist rlmivh. Bishop
Wade, whojs one of the outstanding churchmen or America, luia under
IPs jurisdiction not only that great
country called Russia, hut the Sla-
vic nation# and Sweden, Denurirk,
Filmland and Norway.
’ No other Hitua'iou in Ihe world,
not oven Hint cil.sh in Judlan, is
fraught with such danger:: to man
kind os is till-: .Russian campaign
against God," Bishop Wade said.
“JuRt lliiuk of a land whole reli-
gious education of children is pro
hlblt^d. where it h regarded as a
eln to attend church and wl ere *hc
workers are compelled to do with
out sufficient food in order l hat the
Soviets may build up~au economic
machine which Ijmh ret tain wur-likc
leiidoiielcs,” the speaker continued.
Discusses Divorce Situation
Hi'imp Wade spoke of the dBoi’
co nil not Ion where :\ couple may
be divorced in tilin' iidnulea and
married in ten. II*- nh.o brought
out Hu1 fact that Imlikm born in
Rue ia today d«i uni la-leu: In ilie
parents inti to Ihe state. As soon
rs possible they are taken from
their mother:*, placed hi Hie state
nutsoi v X, that the motheiM in i,v
rrMumn Hu ir la k in the wotk for
the stale. *
Itiifs Received on Bridge;
Steps Taken to Move
Bi*ls for Ihe romdruction of a |
creosote piling bridge over lit*' lil
lie at ream which r mimes *he street
leading from Foreman street to
Ihe Rock l.-daiul round lion a*, wen
rerpi\<d h> the city commis-hm (
Koos Funeral to lie
Held Wednesday Morn
Funeral services for John Koos,
age in, wlm died suddenly at hi-*
home, 242 North Donald uvnnu.
Sunday, will he held at 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning, at the (a
Father Glynn will conduct Hie
Burial will he made in the Ca
Hiollc cemetery in the art'enmon
at :::«U o'clock, as a sinter, Mrs
Eliza belli Burnett, will not arrive
until early tomorrow afternoon
"I. there religious per-rent Ion in!m l,i section Monday nli;lit.
Russia? Emphatically >•«.*,” Bishop <’By manager was ins! rooted by a
Wade said. * Munv churches have v'do of the commissionerM to I*-'
Wade said. * Many churches have
been dosed and taken ever by Hie the cunt tael to the lov.e I and lien*
So'-iety of the tiodlrs: or used 'or bidder.
Several otlu-r mallets came Ih»
tore Hu* * (iiinnis* toners for alien
cofiiiucrclHl purposes hut in spile
of this then is still wor. hip b\ a
Continued on Page Three)
Short But Interesting
A short hut Interesting pro
gram was carried out at the* re-
gular Junior Chamber of Com-
merce meeting Monday in Jit.
Two Interesting speakers wo-*
Many Activities Scheduled
For Coming Week
A li'iivy schedule has been out
lined for various groups of stu-
dents and departments of the high
M hool for the remainder of this
week and next wee#. A party or
tion Monday iiIl-lil. After D II.
Snivel', wlm n-sidc-i on South f'lmc
| taw avenue, had appeared before
jibe council and asked that tho city
burn, located on property adjoin
ing his residence' la* moved al
1 once, the commissioners passed »
motion instructing the city man
ager to find a new location for Hie
barn and to proceed with the work
of moving it if funds are available
now. If not, he is to begin the
work as soon as funds are avail-
able from ilm new budget, which
will he in June or July.
Several Sites Discussed
Several sites for the ham were
discussed. The one which was
most favored by the commissioners
was on the laud surrounding He-
muni Ipnl watoi' works plant, noi'lli
of Hie city.
G. W. Timberlake, 100*1 West
Wade street, appeared before the
commissioners and asked that the
entertainment practically ever.' swings and other children’# play-
next several days h
Six Boys Chosen From 14
•!. I). McDaniels Breaks
Nose in Accident
J. D. McDaniels, 14-years old
won of Mr. ami Mrs. C. W. Mc-
Daniels. 62o North Bickford, sus-
tained u fractured nose and a
bruised chin Monday evening when
ho ran into the side of a moving
automobile east of the high school
building, Immediately offer (he
dismissal or school.
Young McDaniels was bein',’
chased by another boy. He dodg-
ed behind one car and ran into
the side of an oncoming car,
which collision threw the boy to
He was taken to the El Reno
Sanitarium, where his nose and
chin were dressed. An attending
physician stated after examining
the boy that the cartlage In the
boy’s nose was dislocated, but
that lie would be alright in a day
heard and a few business matters
weic taken tit*, which had mostly i day for the next several duvs L ground cf|uipmcnt in Legion park
to do with the organization’s» planned. he moved farther sou!It in tho park,
part in tho census clean-up cum- j Wednesday, the Merry Makers I so ns to eliminate the danger of
,,a *n* • Wub Hi*- high school directed Hi*- children fulling into the pond
Jack Hawkins, slate represent i-
five of an electric vacuum clean-
er eompaner, was a guest at the
meeting and gave a very ini* iv.sl-i City ler a
ing talk. Hawkins had been on
vaudvlllc for about 15 years,
carrying humorous parts, i-l* ap-
pealed to tho men at the meet-
ing with Ills funny stories aim ex
Mr. Von Thuron gave l!.e main
address of the evening. Il*» to
presents the Red Cross organi/.a-
Judging tryouts were held at Con-
cho and at the I). II. Brown dairy,
Monday, tor all llmyr boys from
the county wlm wi Imm| to contest
tn Mm who would represent Caua
dmm county a* the state dairy show
at Duncan. May 24 31.
Of Hie It boys who tried uul,
•»ix were chosen to g >. The six
,* ho.sen wen-: Walter Shepherd, * f
Kl Reno; Ituisol Kimball, of Pied
inonl; Jason (Mark, of El Reno;
lohn Campbell, of El Reno; Virgil
Iv-icifion, *»f Piedmont, au*l Harry
Lorenxen, of Kl Rem*.
'I’llI ’ group will be given nddl j
♦ iou'il training under Hie d Ire •'.I Ion i
of the county agent. The three i
highest will i*nter tli*- slate Judg
ng contest at Dumnin and th«- re-
maining three will enter the novice
contests, also al Duncan, but for
Hume hoys v. ho have never com-
peted in a slat*- judging contest.
Tlo* judging was conducted at
i oiiclm. where the hoys Judged Hol-
stein cal I h*, and at the I). II. Brown
•fairy the boys judged Jersey cat-
by M. A. Mansur of the public "r being struck by foul balls from
speaking department, will go u, Hi*- baseball park nearby. This
(Viilral high school in Oklahoma I inaDor was referred to the street
i**'lurn program. A|al,d P'tks n inmitte*- auM ti,„ ,.py
program^ was givon hero by tie ( manager.
< mitral students several week. II. G. I'huIscii, proprietor of the
j Soutliorn ll*)l“l, appeared beforo
M’liurKday night at Hu- First tho commissioners and asked for
Hiristiau church, tin- Forum s*» h-a from Ho- .< py lor Hin.hiyt
*i*-ly of the school will hold il 'Hon ot two larfce neon atjgfii: on
annual banquet. Min parkways of Russel and Khar
Friday, in assembly, the util-1 taw streets. This matter was re-
- <lciiis of the domestic arts depart-1 ferred to the city attorney, who
i«*n with headquarters in St. mmil will present a style show b..- was instructed to delermino wliclli-
imms. He old o interesting ex-ifore the Htmient body. The girls or or not the city bad power to
pericnces which that part -*f the have prepared a play and in addi grant m«-|i |r.a«c
organization’s activities with Hon will model Hie hats, coats,
,which he Is connccled, enable him ami dresses which they have made
to learn. thia year. Thu domestic art tca*'h-
Wnnta Police Protection
A letter from Paul G. Llehmami.
president, of the * ity arhool hoard.
ers are Miss Mildred Kern ami' asking Hint police prdtecUon b** af
He deplct**d situations in the for-
eign countries and the work w!ii< I.
waa being done for relief and mb
rr "•««• '•"■nilrifs or Ho.-iMy ,TrMfi,-a,,s will l,o ,W V w Zl
John Nayl""' NVn-wnnm tl,e beulnl In rl„„»nl. Tim |,rin,lp„l hi ,re hcliw rooted over Mml
Tuesday ol next week, the linn
fnr«|r>«( the rliHdreu ot the ('eoiral
soliool. Bunt li Roi'k Island avenue.
(Font in tied on page 6)
H'oMlinued Oil page «i I
(Continued on Page Six)
SOAI’JNC TI1K KAILS!
Further Plans For Mak
ing Enumeration Com-
plete Are Made
Til" committee at Hu- «!'
Hie cetistiH ch-an np nimpahm in
ports that plans for the tomplol-
!ng **f tlo- campaign have met with
About .*!.nun cards wen* dlstribut
"d I** every sdiool in ilo- city to
•biy. The children are to take the
cards home and they are to be rr
Biriicd to tin- teacher, legnrdless ot
vvlietlier Hie family ha; been mu-
meiHted or not.
A repn-Kenlativi- from the cotorml
district sent in a list of about 25
names from that part of the city
today. A check up revealed that
all but four had hern ciii;iu*'ialc*l.
City Divided Among Clubs
Tit*- city Inis been divided into
wards and a civic organisation lias
been assigned to curb ward. Tho
Kiwauls Club has been assigned to
NSanl One; the Lions Club to Ward
Two; Hie Junior Chamber of (’on,,
mere (o Ward Three, ami I lie
Buslnes,< and Prolca ioual \V<*u-
cii'h (Mub has been given the Fourth
The Junior Chamber of Coni-
tui-r'i- are holding a meeting to
•"glit and as. iu ii n i * - ii I,, different
serf io rip of the ward no Hint n
check might he made immediately.
John Naylon of the committee
will meet win, Hi" Business and
Professional Women*: dub tonight
"nl submit tin- plans and tomorrow
night to- v ill me,-l with Hie Kiwau
is dub and outline the plans ,o that
Plana are under way In have the
fir*’ whi: ||, sdiiuded Thursday c/c
"Hi", at whi* fi time every resident
i" 1city i expected to go to
• lie home *il bis neighbor and in
•inire If every person living in the
hmrne has been enumerated. Fur
M,rr details p, regard tn plan
"III be aiinouin-od Infer.
b’ci Hohnes Nichols, sei-relaiy
"f I!"* Chamber ol *’omincri-p, raid
oiIh.v that morn than a dozen of
Andrew Johnson Fatally
Injured; Buck Johnson
Sought by Officers
Buck Johnson MitTcndcrrd
lo Nlieriff Twin Shark left
aliortly after 12 o’clmk this af-
trmooii mol was looked in
Hie county J«il. No clmrge
l as been filed against .loho-
wm. lie Mihl he Imd gone to
I aye after Ids wife mill .she
returned with him (Ids after-
A fight which look place In a
pool luilI in the colored hoi-4 inf! of
Hie city, between 1 wo negrpoh,
Andrew Johnson and Buck JoktD
:;oii. lute Monday livening, result-
•’d in the death of Andrew Johh-
son, .*2 at the El Reno Saniinrju-
11111 nt 1"H) o’clock this morning*.
A fractured skull received when
Johnson hit the floor whs given ns
ihe cause for the colored man’s
death. An iii(|ueat was to he
held lute this afternoon.
County officers are on tho look
out for Muck Johnson, who dis-
appeared this morning, following
I lie tight. Several towns sur-
rounding El Reno have been noli-
lied of the incident and warned
lo he mi ilm lookout for the fugi-
Expected to Kin-render
Officers here today Htaten that
Hiry believed that Buck Johnson
would return and give himself up,
.ts he had never caused any trou-
ble hen- before. Both men were
employed In the mail department
of the Rock Island depot.
If Is reported that Hie men
met in Hip pool hall about 8:30
o’clock yesterday evening, it |H
•mid that Andrew Johnson owed
the other man « sum of money and
refuied to pay it, having been
naked on numerous occasions by
Buck Johnson. After u few
words, th*- fight ensued. It is
alleged that Buck JoluiBon hit
Andrew .lojmyou a terrific blow,
felling hhn. When Andrew felt.
IBs h*ad struck on the eminent
floor, rendering him unconscious.
Dies at Hospital
M lie injured man was first tak-
en in Ills home and a few minutes
(Continued oil page 6)
HAVE YOU BEEN ENUMERATED?
If not, or If you have any doubt, fill out this coupon and mall io
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, El Renp, Okla,
On April 1, 1930, I was living at address given below, but to
the best of my knowledge I have not been enumerated, either
there or anywhlrs else.
Street and No.............................................
To Contest in Events at
A. & M. College
Eight, students from various de-
partments of El Reno high school
will be sent to the twenty-second
annual intorscholastie meet at
Ft ill wafer, at the A. and M. col-
lege. Ilm last three days of thL
A large delegation ot students
were sent lo Norman last week
and tho number this week Is br-
ing cut down considerably on ac-
count of the question of finuncics.
The students who will go from
the high school hero arc:
Machinical drawing Holier I
Bell, Jatnes Bell, Ford Ellsworth
and Lambert Duff.
Wood Turning—Ezra Korgan.
Dramatic feadiug—Ruth -Tor-
Standard and Original oration
n’oitliuui-d mi pagp tii
( old Wave Approaching;
Tornadoes Hit State
OKLAHOMA CITY, Ma> 11
—(IP)—* ’yelonic distui-ham es
Hml took a total of at least
three lives in vvhlly .scattered
sect ions of central ami west-
ern Oklahoma last night con-
tinued to threaten today.
With the Gliding of (he
hoily of Hie Hirce-year-ohl
child of Herbert Black io Hie
ruins of a house near Hush
Springs today, (lie death list
wan Increased to three. 1'ro-
perty damage was eonserva-
tlvely estimate*! at $150,.
OKLAHOMA (MTV, May IS. (U1)
Cloudy nklea and thunder storms
were forecast for Oklahoma today
in the wake of lormidocs that left
a loll of I wo *|eii*l, 20 injuied ""I
over H2f)i),iiun in property damage
in Hi" slut".
('ooler tcmpoi'nliin-K tonight u< re
predicted as Hie mercury fell to .MU
degrees in northern New Mexico
mid freezing lempcmturoH were iv
(Continued on page lii
One Inch of Rainfall Is
Canadian county wa dremh-d
| with another heavy rain today,
| kind dirt highways wore rendered
I impassuhla in places.
Stalling early this morning ,in
j inch *,r rain had fallen at ,1
, o'clock this afternon. There was
j in* imliialimi that the rain would
cease soon. Mail fell at noon.
The stale.- weather bureau fore.-
«ast a decided drop in tempera
Hire tonight, which Is expected to
bring a hull to the ruin, at least
t f-mpoi'ii i'ly
Partly cloudy with showers In
western portion tonight and show-
ers in east central portion. Wed-
( oiuho Sdiool Thanks
A letter c.xpruscipg tin- think)
"I the Italian ncIiuoI at Concho lor
Hi" privilege of running tho city fur
i iliiv, lias been rtM'eivi-d hy Mayor
Charles Tompkins from L. S. Mnn
nil*, sitpcrinlomipul of tlo* ach****!.
In Ihe h-ttor, Bounin exprewod
the guo«l will of Ha- cut in- agency
toward llic mayor, city official;)
and the entire city.
II" slated that the young jpen
and women from Hie school wh >
undertook Hie duties on the fUv
of April II, and strove to do fln-ir
Lost in carrying out the duties of
the various offices assigned to them
fur tho day. Ilo said that the visi-
tors deeply appreciated tho chair*-
for active civic leadership, to
which they arc ull striving.
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