The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 44, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 22, 1932 Page: 3 of 6
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TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1932.
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
house to order and before we had
time to Imagine what was up he
was Introducing the tramp to the
school, for a speech, well we did
our best for such politeness as
that would make any man have a
few words to say at least. She
has thirty pupils enroled anil
twenty five of these are from the
third (trade down in their studies
and It makes this a real primary
school. She Is a good teacher,
with plenty of experience and
keeps right to now on all her
work. She pointed out to the ]
tramp one small pupil who is In *
the third grade, hut has already |
siou and wrecked It in the acci-
DID YOU KNOW?
when an automobile crashed Into LAST INCOME TAX FILERS
an electric light polo. This was Memphis, Tenn., (U>) — Three
disclosed when Llewelyn 0. Far-, men had tho distinction of being
niim sued a New York Insurance the last persons to file their 1S32
company to recover $3,hot) he | income tux returns here. They
claimed was due him on the got them Into tho office at
ground that a certain David Fen-Ip. in. Tuesday. Three thousands
W. D. Hargraves
DON, JERRY Lm
WALTER, RAV EM
MILLER / ^ £
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NOfteE. DAME. I
( Pots was out of, *
see them. They report things go-
ing good in the Red Hock com-
munity. und that Sunday school
was very fine last Sunday. Of
course we had an Invitation to
"come out any time we could"
und will take advantage of the
Invitation soou too.
Ilciiiinii s, limcli-i; Mr. Schroe-
der is figuring hard how to reduce
Ills expense of production on his
farm, and one of the ways he Is
a new low price.
The CROOK.ED INN at hukiSwimFoad,
IN 9TXFWOR.D9HUUS , ENC,., HAS NO-
PERPENDICULAR LINES, IMSlDt.
t NonghWOM. ttf tuilMl IVj. AM.«tUu«. I.
Cull llilepel la on tile sick list
I'llII Kox and family spent Sun-
dii) with Mr. und Mrs. Ilruwii
113 South Bickford
mug we came home, had supper
end visited the Faith Tabernu,le
at K1 Reno, where we heard a
fine sermon by Rev. Laws, of
Kuw City, Okla. This meeting
hat been going for several days
and the Interest Is good and will
go on till next Sunday. Wc had
not been at this t-hureh for several
months and were surprised to sen
the Improvement they have made.
The new addition to the building
Is finished und the pastor, Rev.
Lewis, has added a study to the
church which makes It very nlcu
end very convenient for Ills work
It’s remarkable how n rallrtad
man. who has attended hi. evory
duly, van take hold of a rock
llko Lewis has done here ami by
hard work and faith build a Sun-
day school and church like he bis
h«l6ne. Jlr-i. Human. nnc V>f the
members who Is an Invalid and
has to be rarrled In s chair, sang
u solo that stirred the congrega-
tion to tears and happiness. She
has an excellent voice, and u.>cs
ll for good und his glory loo. The
music has been greatly Improved,
by adding a violin and guitar to
the chorus and we acknowledge a
good evening with them people.
It's late and We turn the car’s
nose toward home, and would hut
realise that It had been pretty
nor a perfect day.
The Mnokc is smooth. It's mild. Nu hardi-
ness.” The first puff of ■CHESTERFIELD
Better tobaccos—that's the reason. Rij*e,
mellow tobaccos—Turkish and Domestic.
Not just blended, hut cross-blended —
that is,one kind of leaf blended with all-
ot her kind —not merely mixed with it.
And just enough Turkish tobacco to give
the right uroiuu—to make the taste better.
The pu|>cr is the purest that can he
made. It burns without taste or odor.
Every rare a- taken for just one pur-
|k>.-c—to make the best cigarette that can
bo made. Try them.
Thcy'rr cliaking uilh Million*.
Holn-rt, Johnnie, Kciueih and
I.. liny (irlfflh were Sunday after
imhiii visitors of Roy ItrlMiiun.
• Iiildb Jolt.' s|N-lll the week-end
with I t rlslloe und Hinlli Meudc.
Urn, I'eters and family and!
t*liulllic Smith called on Jiuat'l
M< ole und family Thursday eve-!
tlh ll N'lellSI hw alllp'r spent Mon-1
da) night with Kd Nueimi'hwaii-
der and wife.
John lull mid family, Mra.
Woods, Herr) (irltfln and wife
ami Artie tirlffln ware Sunday
dinner giiesta of Mr. and Mrs.*
OrlfTIn Aftcrmwiu rallers wen
It. L l.rUmau and wife and Hill
Itov Meade, tjoldle Join-, t'hrl
line hiiiI Swdh- \|i mle spent Sun-
da) alternoon with Mr, und Mm.
Mr. und Mrs. tirlffln mid two,
sons s|ietit Friday with llenry I
tirltfln and wife.
tilt'd)* lit Is man spent the week-1
mil with home ftilks.
Jesse Meade and fnmlt) were
Sunday dinner guest t of Kmersou
Meade mill wile.
f’hnrly Milk'-* ai d family siamt
Sunday with llussvl Unites and
In mil> III Kl Hello
Mill King of FI Iteini |, vlsUlhfi
hl« grandparents, Alev McCray |
Mr«. Finerson M'-ndn railed oil
Mi-. Hnvo Williams last Tnesdsy,
Kd Nii'-nsihwunder and wife
were dinner giiesta of Arthur
Wetsl and wife wee day last
Mrs. K M Moke* and son,
KVelrtt, • all'll oil Kd Nttoll«chwutl-
ihr and wile list Tuesday.
Hill King was a Sunday dinner
guest iif tlladys Hrlsman.
It. U Hrl-iinin and wile vlalled
with Alex Met'ibv and wife Sun-
Mr. mid Mrs. tlrlfilu and chil-
dren and t'unard Fuv spi-ot Frl
dav initi,ig with It. Is Hrlsman
Lmle Mil lay wns a Sunday
illmtnr Hue*! nf Norman llolno'i-s.
Klliter Stahl s|mnl Sunday eve-
ning vllh thirty Unite* ami lam
How To Escape
Avoid m» fur as possible the places where
germs are most likely to In* spread; over-
crowded ears and public meet inf places;
overheated, stuffv rooms.
lie careful of close contact with others
and beware of all roughers and sneezers;
breathe through the nose. net fresh air.
hut avoid drafts or chilling.
tiet lots of rest. Drink pliulv of water.
Keep the ImiwcIs open. Take extra pre-
caution to keep in good physical condi-
tion, so jour system will have normal
resistance attains! germs.
Try particularly, to avoid catching cold.
Uohls lower vour resistance to disease
germs. At the first sign of any cold, take
Hater Aspirin; remain indoor* if possible
until your cold is gone. And If you have
a sore throat, dissolve some Haver
Aspirin tablets in water anti gargle; this
relieves the soreness, and it usually re-
duces the int lamination.
If you have any reason to suspect even
a touch of flu, call your doctor at once.
<j i»M, liuuart * tlvm IumkaOo.
Hick IHiiuludf and rattilly *|a-ut
SmhIr) with ibelt *on, Henry
III liMMOUMMinaUlliil ii n ll I ‘
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Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 44, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 22, 1932, newspaper, March 22, 1932; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc917994/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.