The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 104, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 1, 1932 Page: 4 of 8
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1032.
The El Reno Daily Tribune
KL HE.UO PRINTING « PlBUtH-
Davie O. Yanillvlrr, PmUnl
Issued every evening except Hat-
ur.lay and Hunday morning from
117 8. Rock Inland avenue, and en-
tered an »»eond-cl**» mall mallei
I*ii*1. r the Act of March 3, 1117$.
DAVIS O. VANDIV1ER
■editor and Publlaher
A1 Wll«on_____Advertlalng Manager
Paul Wade____________News Editor
We «re authorlxed to announce
tbe following ns candidate* aub
Jcct to the will of their party In
tbe July primary.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Paul C. Llebmann, Democrat
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
Sam Hulbert, Democrat.
National Advrrllalag Heprraeatatlvea
•-MOST, I.CMilM * KUHN
New lark, Chicago, Unroll, St,
l,«nla, llallaa, Atlanta
HAILY MRM HirTION HAIES
By t acrlrr
One year ...............-...... I* *"
HU Month*........ ......------*3.»(>
Three Month*............... 11 IS
IIy Mall la t'oaadlan and Adjolalag
Hr Mall Oulelilc Abate t ounllee
On* Year----------------------I* 00
1 hree Month*—.---------------|20U
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
C. A. (Shorty) Pearce, Oemoeret
L. D. (Lee) Line, Democrat
A. H. Steveni, Democrat
R. M. (Bob) Daniel*, Democrat
M. M. (Slim) Golden, Democrat.
Roy Morrow, Democrat
WHAT’S WHAT IN WASHINGTON
Affecting 4,000,000 War yets
El Reno Secretary to Be
FOR COURT CLERK
Frank Taylor, Democrat
FOR COUNTV ATTORNEY
A. Francis Porta, Democrat
H. H. Taylor, Democrat
Ralph Whitlock, Democrat
’The Amrrlran'a Creed*
I believe in the Colled Ulster *>f
/merle* as a government of the
people, hy Ihe people, for the peo-
ple whu*e Just power* are derived
fr*-m the eonaellt "f Ihe governed,
a dtliiCHiaiy In a republic, sovereign
rutbm of many sovereign state*. a
p.ffe*l union, one and Inseparable.
r"thhll*h«d upon Ihe humanity for
n hi* h American Patrluta s»* rlflccd
lli*lr live* and fortunes.^
••| therefore believe It la my duly
In my country to lov* It; to support
list eonalltutlun; lo obey |l» law*,
lo respect II* flag and to defend
it agalust all enemiea.”
Ed E. Blake, Republican.
R. G. Courtney.
El fleno No. 1
GOD FORGIVES AND HEALS:
—Bit** the Lord, O my »oul. ann
forgot not all hi* benefit*; who
forglveth a 1 thine Iniquities; who
healetb all thy disease*; who re-
dcenicth thy life from destruction.
P alm 103: 2-4
Allicrlt'll will Ih* holler off wlmii
I ho knuWH In aloud uf lliv lures
If slock* show nervousness, mm
market report* say, what would
you call what the speculator*
HOW CAN I?
By ANNE ASHLEY
I )AH8INU MlollR I lie
Ihe casual observer cau mIiiiohi
persuade himself that «t laal
A met Iron women have won u hat-
tic nguinsl the I’arlslun roururlcra
Ixing *klrla arc not definitely Ihe
mode. II I* hard to say what Ih
the mode, for numerically cos
tume* are evenly divided between
the longlsh. the medium and Ihe
In other word*, for the first
time in the memory of thing men.
Anterhan women feel free to wear
anything that happena to he lie
ionline without danger of helug
completely out ol style. The dam
sel endowed with shapely ralrw
con display (hem without attract-
ing unapproving attention. And
ahe lo whom nature ha* not been
generoua enough or eutlrely too
extravagant, along with the knock
kneed and tlM how-legged. I* at
liberty to cover up the Uefiiien
cIm or ex cease* while retaining
the comforting knowledge lliat
she I* smartly dressed
Why cannot people .have a*
much freedom In the choice of
their menial afylea? Now that
femininity dare* lo adorn her
body In that Which monl become *
II. why doe* ahe not allow (he
i-ante freodotn In dtewslng her
SlamlarillMtlon In clothing and
habit* may be uA evil, !•«*( Ihe
fundamental erll from which the
real all take root Is the eland
nrd'tatlon of thought. People with
puppet thoughts are unlikely lo
ohow originality in their mauner
of dreso or living
(J How «.an I prevent pcrgplr
lug feel ?
A. II Ihe (eel peraplre, powder
Ihe stockings wllli one |>miI
chlorlnutcd lime, one pari pre-
pared chalk, anil one pari pnw-
derrd starch. Halite Ihe feel
dally In eolil water.
(J How ran I uiaku use ol
Used tea leave*?
A. Pul Ihe leaves around pot
ted plant*. It I* an excellent
fertilizer ami ,.HmoUir:. Hi
How Ihe chamber of commerce
can serve the best iiitcresla of
the community wil he taken up iu
lectures and roundtable discus-
aions at the uniiual short course
for commer la) organisation sec-
retaries sponsored by the Univer-
sity of Oklohoma extension divis-
ion. The cgurs© will he given in
Norman June III, 14 and 15.
Herbert (!. Keller, secretary of
the KT Iteuo chandler of coin-|
incrcc, will In* one of the main
sfaukers on tho second day's pro-
program. Talks will he made hy
more Ilian 4o conunercial organi-
sation otficials and University of
Speakers on the first day's pro-
giani are Milton Keallng. Sulphur;
Herbert Harris. Ollton; W. H.
Tinker, Pauli Valley; H K. Davis.
Manguiii, George C. Gibbous, Aid
mole; M L. Hutehen.f, Capitol
Hill. J Paul (ileusoii, Enid, E L.
George, Hartlesvllle; and Stanley
Diaper, Oklahoma Clly.
The roster of speaker* lor Ihe
aecond day Includes C. W. Kuwlt-
sky. Norman; WHIIam A. Oil. Elk
City; Glenn W. Karls, Oklahoma
Clly; Itay G. Atherton, Wewoku.
Hoy C. Griffin. Seminole; Don Fos-
ter. Shawnee; L M. Waguon.
Frederick; D. II Hums. Chlt'kaslm;
L. E. Bryant, Newklrt; Alvin
Klndi'l. Alius; Herbert G. Keller,
El Reno; Loren lltuchlns, Guthrli .
and Fi. L. Kennlaon, Watonga.
The eoncludlng program of Ihe
short * ourse will Include talks hy
John M. White, Okmhliee; Tin
T. Warren. Clinton; It. V. Hlugel,
Cnr.hlug; Dun J Mclkmold, Hen
ryetla. Fred l.rawner, HiIhIow;
W. J. Mllhuin, Sayre; E. II
Murlln. Blackwell; Paul Messer,
Clare more; Vinson Lackey, Tulsa,
M. W. Plellnei, Weiumka, und
W. Z lllake. I him an.
By CHARLES P. STEWART
Ventral I'ratt stall Writer
WASHINGTON, D. C—A
buck private of World war days,
Congressman John FT. Itankin of
Mississippi still is slim und wiry
•nouiih lo get Into the same khaki
unltoiin that h«
John Fi Itankln
wore In (lie Held
artillery at Camp
tueky, 14 years
•If you think
tliel'* no accom-
veinans. “try tt
with your old
chance* me len
In one agalnal
you — and In fa-
vor of the tummy
that still de-
velop* even In
most single-handed light to pievent *
general reapportloninent of Hi*
(Inlled 8lale* on what he termed e
"fluke’* census, "depriving I he egil-
rullural stale* of (heir pioper repre-
sentation". The reapportionment bill
ttnnlly passed— but not until Ihe Re-
publicans. (hen In power, had taken
It troin the census committee, on
which Itankln was No. I Democrat lo
member, and given It to the rule*
committee, whence It was rei*orte<J In
1»30 "to pass". II did. ami Itankln *
stale lost a congressman, though hit
own district was left Intact In Ihe re-
apportionment by the Miualaslppl
Liberty District 37
Itsukln ii mains so good a lit for his
war-time attire, he Insist*, la thut Ida
assignment a* i hainnan of (he com-
mittee on World war veterans’ legis-
lation "keeps ii[e going worse than a
football player on home-coming day.”
Tho Mlaslaslpplan's committee I*
charged with Ihe handling of all
measures pertaining to World war
veterans nnd their dependent*. It
means that this former buck private
hold* key position In national legist*,
tlon affecting 4.000,000 ex-service
men and an estimated 14.000,000
others, tbe committee's figures show-
ing that on nn average four persons
—parriUs. wives, children or brothers
and sisters—are dependent now upon
each World war veteran for principal
Church s' Iiih'i suasion »a, con
ducted ** u.-iu.il, followed hy
“Work for (he N If lit I* 4'oiulng"
render'd hy the junior choir. The
| young pcoph met .11 eleven
How can I proven, the ck. Ik ,or ^ uf Boo,lf
- .. . . . .. , of Mmiiiimii In llo* ,ili .i'll r ol
from slitkiui; (o llio |miihT
A. hrndgi* llit* rake |mii* with
By ROBERTA LLK
Q I* tine ohllgeil lo si vie III*
reaion when d*’ lining an Invil*
A No, It l,t not obligatory.
4J What Ih a pOUfflee?
A A delicate, »wwel or story,
spongy dl h of boaltn t-gg•*. milk,
efe . Iwkcd
4J Should lervant* t»* allowed
lu have friends'
A- Yes; an evening when I lie
maaler and mLlres* are going l.i
be mu I* a good lime for Hit
servania lu ontorUIn
Ihe regular Icacher, I’m.dor A
G Owing, look charge Kldt-i
M (TowHover was the -|>cak* r ol
Ihe evening Mrs. M.iim*! Waf-
Itauin, (lit Msslstaut piaulsl. and
llartdd Crownovw. arllug as choir
director, had charge ol Ihe music.
1‘reparalIntis are being made
lor a Children 1 Day program to
lie given Sunday. June ISlh
Ihi 11 it fall In attend the t/m
Ails recital, which la t*i he given
It) Mis* Gteii.i ttwen of th.iry. In
Ihe 1'hi I tll.ni chiirch at Calumet,
June 3, al h lu p in Admission
The program will iond*t ol
ilrainallc rending.*, piano and to
cal liuiiihrr*. tine svliw lion she
ha* clio-ion la “The Mine Danube
Walls," Dllier s* IccHon* aro hy
Sc till bell Coiue, everyone
I’.ANKIN, tbe tun k private, tuc-
• erdrii ffepir dilative Itoyel H John-
son of Houth Dskot*. n lieutenant
Die lh-innciat» csloe*l control of the
veterans' Irgtxlntlon cooimittee when
tho lieiiincrnla galneit contial of Ih*
lower 1 uiig 1 fsatniiul chsinlrer last De-
The aoulhi’rii' i'* career lias had II*
epeclacular fratnrea, and his tenacity
and snapping i<ower, when he l*e-
comes Interested In pending ineas-
urr*. aie well known lo Ills col-
A*.1 viglit jeais he n*g**l ail al
HOW THE Mississippi*n hurled in
Ink bottle at a Washington lawyer,
who was defending a District or Co-
lumbia commissioner In Imiieachment
proceedings before the house of rep-
resentatives' judldsry committee in
11*3*. Is congressional history. Cspltol
gukles sllll point to Ink s;*ots on Ihe
committee loom table. In itlallng.lh*
incident to tourists.
The mishandling of veterans'
estates was ' barged against the ac-
cused official. The committee was
about to do** hearings Itankln pro-
tested that time was being clipped;
Unit Insufficient evidence had been
offered In prove that the estates In-
volved weie intact, as claimed.
"F'alac!” shouted Frank llogan,
attorney for the defense. Zoom!
went Rankin's Ink bottle at Hie man
of law. Friends separated them, as
spectator* hurriedly scattered. F'or
several weeks the southerner received
Ink hollies from all parts of the
country, with varying comment*.
Ollier Events of Interest
lly Tribune I'orreapoiMlciil
liiiou City, Juue 1.— .ui». EUu
Mill I*;,oil Will |M] IIOMiUUU lu 'IK
i.adici Alii oil lliuiaUay allu,
noon. All Ill'll'.-]) luvltuu.
lilt A*hI,Mimi l a. ty
Thu Epwurtn League wnl Bpuu
sor a lilt and .vmii paity un
ir riday evening, June »rd. Ai.
aru aiked to dreaa in lilt aim
111 ism lasiiiou and bring noiikHiiu»
lor ret rush incuts, i.veiy mn? ,*
invited and uspucialiy tm- yuuns
people ot the community on ami-
nay evening, June a. luu i.p
worm League sorvicu wi.l o iu-
sldliatlon uf ulticcrs.
1 uoso uu sick I.ai iu Hie com
uiumiy aie siuwiy uupiovuig. air.
Joe Gappa and Mrs. l ied tlocv-
org ut tuc dt. Aiiiiiju)'* luspiu.
In UKialiouia City. Mr. aiv»
iltnuen at home.
Mm. Alvm and Mr. Jtevc Mick
alicka and Marie Kaluuu Iclt la.i.
\v ciliio .day lor Denver, U'ulurauo
Uila .Sandieback, of t'uviugloa,
ig spuuaiug Hie week here wua
Mia* Gertrude Kadkc spent
Wednesday amt Thursday uf Us>
week In Guthrie.
Mia* Eduu Uoweu let! last week
to take u puullluu lo work !u
i El Iteuo.
RANKIN I* on* of Ih* younger I Ml»s Dorothy Du 1 -pent Wed
Democratic leaders Ills shocky hair | uesday lu OkUliuinu Clly.
Is an easy subject of carlcutuie. II* j Mis* laicille Uomgardncr 1
Is a 'imtdtennlal Jeffens.nlan siu-eker, |urm.(, (ro||1 , h||,Uolhe where sh
sod a slieii'ious advocate of (Inver
nor Itoooevelt'a presidential nomlna-
Hen; baa himself. Incidentally, fre-
•I'lrnlly tarnn suggested a* a suitable
candidate for vice president on Ih*
ticket with the New Yorker.
As * buck private during the World
war. he missed no loll * alls As a
"'pmlier of congress he has se) shut
piolMhly Is an all-time tecord by not
having missed 00* In the house of
lepreaentstlvea In 10 years.
Daiy Ciockett and Itankln'a great-
giandmother were brother and aixler.
“And I'm a disciple.” says Ih* Mix-
Klsalpptan. “of old I Sivy's dm-Dine of
first making sui* you're right and
then going ahead.”
Mi and .Mr I'le4trn<e Notion
and family visllcd wllli Mr. and
Mr*. I'aul Knyilcr Hunday after
Mr and Mi*. Fhl Grleiel .iiiil
family uf Wan* "inis vlstled In
Ihe Clyde Hrolt liomc Friday y
Win D,iiiiich| Und '.on, Her-
man, i«ll*d un lid 111.111 Vietxkn
and Willard Golden.
Mils Itiilh Wright of El lt"ii"
pent the week * ml wllli In r par-
ents, Mr. and Mr* W. f. Wright
Itiilh Ellison spent front Thurs-
day until Hu inlay with Imr sis-
ter. Mrs. John TIHerlugtou.
Mr. .snd Mr*. T. It (•olden
cut B"4tluy afteiuonu t*l Hie
wu* ill sclioul.
Rev. anil Mrs. V. W Hliunp
and daughters, Fay and Virginia,
and I "It 11 Th'irnluu, of Cresceol,
Okla., utllcd at Ihe home uf F‘.
V. Hoevers Monday muruing on
I heir way lo Wood Mcltloi l.il
where Ucv. Slioop will hold mo-
The Memorial service was well
iiHcnd'-d n large crowd, enjoyed
Hie addrea* by Itev. Wllhoyte ol
El Iteuo und Hie program lh.il
Muy plainly in what direction lie
looks for Ills evidence.
“It Is a stimulating hook well
merited to Hiotisc widespread In-
terest, and coined ill it lime when
such questions are of vital Im-
portance (o every mail and wo-
man Interested in Christianity.
Ihe Church, and Theology. Like-
wise It is a hook wholly free
Visitor* Hunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Wulbuuiu were Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Walliaum and family,
Mr. and' Mrs. Allen OwingH und
family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ma-
son und family, Mr. und Mr*,
from Ihe dogmatic. The argu- H",‘ son. Lorraine
nmtls on both sides arc sweetly Ml,r|,|,y' Vul,du l’UW(‘11' n,"*>'
reasonable und ih icrve equal al-
toiitioii and respect. A wise and
Wulhatim, Leo and Ruth Klwell. |
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews I
spent Thursday with Mr. atid f
Mrs. A. If. I’owell.
Hampton Brooks, Zolmu <3lt'.ou
and Miss Itlsncr spent Thurodxy !
evening ill the Harry Berg home. I
j Mrs. S. K. I’oweli, who ha.i I
and wife were be-ui, visiting ln?r son. Dr. G. I. [
called to Enid last week hy I be »x„well in Seminole. |,ah , elUmed
serious illness of the for home. Mis. Dowell is apuidlng
brother. Geo Thorne. They ro- |u f,.w (lay8 wj.h ,lor 80U> A „
turned Sunday and reported him j |*owrll and family
Mrs. Hurry Ih rg spent Tucg-
Evelyu Itiigg spent the week- . (|Uy night at the home of Mr. a id
end with homo folks.
Loretta itukoa spent Tuesday
afternoon with Sadie and Chris-
Charley Wildinuu and wife and
Mrs. Ed Nueusch wander v tailed
with Mrs. Crawford lard Monday
Geo. I’elers called on Fid Nuen-
achwandcr Tuesday mortiiug.
Lonnie McCray spent last week
In El Reno vioillng with Adolpli
Grlesel and wife.
Vcrda Thorn visited wllli re'..i
lives and friends near Stroud la-,,
Mrs. Fiuiersou Meade and grand-
son, Arthur spent Tuesday after- j
noon with Mrs. Dave Williams.
Loretta Itukrg wu* a F'rid.iy j
dinner guosi of Gladys Drlgmaii.
Ltmmc McCray, Bll| King and
Jim Thorne were Saturday din-1
n«r guests uf Air, and Mrs. It.
FI. King ill 1:1 Hello.
Gladys iirlsinaii. Bill King. Buy ]
Hrismuu, Hadle and (Tiiiglim
Meade ulleiidcd Ho* parly iu
Calumet Sul in day evening.
Charley Itukes anil w .fe ami \
Kvercti Itukes called at I lie Ed j
-Nueiischwander Ipi^ui Wedtie.dayl
after 1100 n.
Norman Heluiers spent Sunday
with Hoy Mead.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mo «>n
spent Hunday evening with Air.
and Mrs. M. Crowuover.
Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur Crown-
over was Hunday visitors with
Mr. aud Mrs. Crowuover.
Maxwell Murphy, :;io North
Rock Island uvcinie, will leave
W * In* *1" ci< nip tm l.itHo J
Ro* k. Ark . where he will gpend
several weeks in the home of ills
gra ad parents, Mr. and Mrs. FI. U.
Murphy. - ||
New and Reconditioned
Typewriter Dept., Phone 280
fry Inti* t. PinUum'i VegetiW* Com pound
Mr. and Mrs. Fid Niien hwiiu-1
der called 011 Mr. Charley Wald-
man and wife.
.Sunday dinner gifcils of Alcg J
McCray wore Adolph Grle.o I and
family of Fil Reno, Bill King. It
I.. Ilrlsmiiii ami family. Afirr-
ii'hiu visitors were Joe McCray
Had Melancholy Blues
Wanted lo die . . . »hc felt *0 blue
and wreuhed! Don’t let uanirw ruin
your good timet. Lvdu E. Pinkham v
Vegetable Oimpound givei you relief.
and family, Flmorson Afcado and | Rrsutiful pu»h-up or Hat
"The Itevelalioii of Hml iu Na-
ture'' I* all tiller* sting volume b)
Shehhearn and MrCalie Hint has
been added lu the selection* at
llie Carnegie Library.
An account ot I hi hook Is glv-
jJKnr h'lfllav aft* 1 ihUu »i the Ctt T- God ail .*• 1 1. p* On.il
(Charley McCoy home In Caluuu-t | fur«e, who
I —.... P_J has plalined uut tin
I order of filings In till-.
..... ............... , Robert Cecil spent Thursday order of things In tills world,
Hi 1 Tralniii and Us> H* Inilti | OvnlB* al (hi But Wllm h«MB. |4» l» b BWll liwf
\|i .• 1 >. 1 "* Wade Mi.inn Dm g**.il RMbUM I di
and * hililren spent Siindav after •'ilM)a,il in I In* Revelati-*n ol !
visited III the Clyde Hcolt liom
Atlss Mary Uratidjenn. Ill* North , f
Hoff avanua. rasutned her dutlev .
at the iiff 1 • *- "I the Soiithw* tern [
Bell 1>leph'me compsnv Tue»da'
following a two week V* Sill'll
II A Dunlap, of I'liti ka li*
/ V*1 F. a I oil'd ..I*!** cnatol I a||l a lig.ilue.n vlallot lieie Wed
'-^always g euator a* ptratlon nrsdat
Thera It aomeihlng about
In that avMonat legUIgtDr laali \|, Norman I) FJ Hod and aim.
which dlsMlhfled one with an)
other public or private activity
Konictmra In our history men
bar* left the nenale voluntarily
and gladly, bill II has not happen
ed often In tnn*t instances sen*
lor* quit only when their ronstllu
enti become somebody rise's ion
Prastlge. puhli lly, an oppot
DlliltV lo gain l*lue alid |ntligpj
lo Iwcome vice president, or pres-
ident. ate patt n| the luta. Then
there iu the unrival ihauee which
inemlerBlilp In tbe tipper ihamhei
ut umiie..s afford* In say one'*I
buy on every conceivable sulijr. 1, |
and lo tiller II al any length de
aired Immediately |o hato ll em
balmni in Hi* Ink ot Ihe Coagre*
■lonal Record—lo *l*o explain the
lonellnees of eg senators
Tcwr. |( guy, are it\ Wsxhlngtqh
for Ihe ulif),
they draws i< merely an 'honor-
arium' lo none But It I* doubt-
ful If thote who w*re first at
traded by the saUry would re
t ign lo arcrpl a higher eelary In
The leal of Ihe nffletal ec*p4hr.
onre grasped. Ungers in the palm
Few men tali he entirely happy
without expertem lug It again
Judging from the popular - rill
* Mn* of (he aenale In genwrgll
und senator* in pertlrnler, It I* |
Ihe lament of Ihe people that
thing* are ihua
Norman Frederli k, of lndlana|wdi*
lud, who have lH*eti guest* of
Airs. VI Rial's parents, Air snd
Air* Fred Conuuesl, JiMD* North
IliH k I .land avenue, departed
Tuesday for a visit with relative*
Mr and Mr*. W II Wallace
and family vl*Te<| in the Kherm
tin'letter home Thursday evening
Air and Alt** K II K rflelil
and daughter, Helen Delnil'in.i, ol
F.l Reno, ami Air and Mr* lln
man A'ieirke anil family -jm nl
Hunday with Ali and Mro. D \
All Emma Alyers ol Fii Reno
pent Hie holiday* wllli AII**oi
I t 111.1 nnd Hu*|e Holden and Lola
anil Celesta Hupktn<
France* M.u Arnold spent Hun-
day evening al Ihe ,\ K Ellis'ip
Hunday dinner gue.di al llio
W IV AYriglit home were Mr.
ami Mr* V V Htovsll and I.1111
| lly aod Ml- ■ Nellie Wright of
Oklahoma City and Air* Hutton
aud daughter, ‘Frrn Atlernoui
Cl*’ 1 ii,-,, \|i .in*| Mi 1 M
Mli* Hu*le Goldin w.i Go
cu* I ol hei cousin. Ml M n torb
Haley near, t'aiumel lh« lad few
F'em and Thelma llilllo* pent
noon al Ihe C. M Hopkili'< hullo’
Mi l. Roy. Fread, who ha* been
ol< k (or stihie time, In re;iorled
not Iniproicg al this writing, *
Mi uni Mr» fi W Ms.on
spent Hunday al Hie home ol
tlielr daiighier. Mr*. Myvr», aud
Mr Myir* ami family.
Mr and Mrs. A. FI. Ellison and
family spent Sunday evenlm; al
tile A L Wilkerson home
Miss to iievlevr Kcul und Alva
A|i IkMiuld, ol Falrvli w. were gu* sis
over Ho*, week end wild llernrallaB
dav of Hie Islter'a psreui*. Mi
and MfW AL Mi Donald, 617
Alt s Alarie von Alervnldl, sin
ddit of the Oklahoma College
lm Women In Chli'kn*lia. arrived
Tm* day lo ipeinl ihe iinmmer
with her mother, Airs O. mn
Ateivrldt. bln Houlli Barker nvr
F iliLiy alleinovn with Viixiiiia.uu*-
| family and Graudma Mead. Call-
ers were A| Clovis and llerslld
Hilda Ewelai her, Mariclla ami
F.vi rrll Itukes, Coiiurd Fox, Jolin J
and lloli Griffin called al Hie
Iirlsinaii linin'* Huuduy afternoon.
Dick lloiuhnff and wife vl*!(od i
jl'elr sous. Bill aud Henry llmu |
lioff near Calnuiei, Hunday.
Mr. Vcrniin Meade and wile1
called mi Fluiemoii Alcad aud lam
Roy lllchard called on Ed 1
Nliens* hwauder Hunday moruing.
Itmry tirlffin and wife were'
or fiat wavt
with ringlet end*. 12.95 and 13.15
Finger Waving, «'c
907 B. Barker Phone 741
I EL RENOTRANSFER
ill Nature' by Hie rhaplaln to Hie
iXIltg of Flnglatid ami by one of
Ihu must pi"ininrui of Ra 1 lonal |Sunday vtsltora of Mr GriUiu
and fa in lly.
mg. SM' h man preicu!' III
arg'imeiii*. hut the decision ,*
thi d'hali' is left to III" reader,
“The mo»l litflu**ntlal Hieolog
Ian In ihe Angiban Church has
just advised men 'to think for
Iheniselvra alid lo lliliik freely.'
Till* preuetii volume offers llse'f
as uu ae*l*iaine In Ilia tarrying
out of this advice. If suggest-
Hi a I wiry member of Hu* read-
ing public should force hlm*elf 1,,
answer tiro question 'Are there
solid and Mill taniiai rea.sina for
belt, 1 m i;«mI?‘
“If he answer* 'Vc -,' he should
(hen prepare him elf tu no et Hie
fuitlirr vincsHon, ‘What exa< Hy I
are lho»4> gtoumlu, and how aicl
live) to be i.lslcd?'
"The ts,ok M-cfc t (In Hie la
tpieiig of mutual uiidi^ .laiidlug 11
lo urgb the believer In God |c|
Rhone Cla»titi*d eot 10 18.
Transfer, storage, pncklng
shipping. laH’ul mid long dlu-
lamc moving (-d heavy haul-
112 W. Wane
R E. WHITLOCK. Mqr.
C. H. KRUMM, Bacy.
RcKriml your truck or tractor now. IU* ready
for the rush season.
VALVES AND SEATS
If yon have valve trouble let how you how
| to overcome it.
Itlacksmilh Coal Case Repairs
LANMAN FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.
I El Reno, < MUa. Rhone 079
Dad Gels an Idea
By LKS FORGRAVB
lioM iuer,.a.i. .a (i,.*s vh»
I'SWi el I) Wil* !*•
done I, IIII7
Jxu Johnson ol tiro F| lien i
Independenl Oil company I* an
aiiihorlly on oil* and oil pro
duel* as the people of Ihe clly
wall know, loll what they never
•U*pliloned that he I* al ai an
authority an landscape gardening
GalnaaYlllt, Trt. June I.—
.* I lM*t^$aF. Ta* , u amall loan all
milt* we*i gf thla city, i* ra
ported In have he*n dsvailatcd by
a letnadn which alttuk it last
LOOK PAD ’ LOOK AT TH’CVO'AJD!
O'detU ®y TV4t RAVIMt * MOST tu.
Akj ACTitDtItT'cOMt ON.LET'l
— _ GO
J MONA) \
^'HDEL .'FOWU t COUA.O
VYOP GR 5MG KAI
04= F TW« ROAD AMO
out op \r
yb* i am. uerr
TV-tAT'S WWftt I C»E T
POn omviFKi am
YOU Lk MAVtTO
T *»BPQlRT vT.
VJA1T A MlV vjtr' B<JDOV,
WAIT A Mtrturr.' Lt-T^
T.T1CK AUCXMJO ME.K4!
a Fin . j’vv am \ov;a
YJBLL PtSfJCtT B/IT
Connie Mark In **id lo h*v*
thrown a shock Into the Amei
lean league hy putting a ball
team In Ih* (hid this year
Any man who make* Uva ba*t
of thlngu gat* ibam
a g 4
Human ngiura navtr 'hanger
bill II oflau abort change*
Jr V, Taylor, deputy county
treasurer, bouihl a l.ltierty I tend
tods* and IbereUv wills llro him
or of being (lo* Ural of ihe rnun
ly officials lo purchase on* ol the
fMANrt A vof, rjon-<oo S
MOT rc*0 1WL (MHCt — AWOt ' 1
«0?4L ryrtlef?. BMBNIMQ— $08f?(
T- Rry— L A All J
^ (V4K MOVIt'-J
Arrording to local authotitla*.
II Ih* hehofs In thi* rountry
who «te physically sound roulil
♦ ■re I he registered, end ■ «n*etlpte4|. el
Itctier In have worked and !n*t I least fifty thouxend men rmild
than navtr In hav* worked al all
4 4 4
The world I* gelling ladler ev-
wry day, but what about Ih*
he railed lor military duly who
atw doing ludhlua now Half a
million or more muld be pul lo
By PAUL ROBINSON
Ivic ooh< rttor-
I Mi BCN IHIBNI:
im \»c»C or
»»f V I N* r*
4 ISea> J
newt vou ai.'l uloUmkh,
(yyCjlAXL lUV — IMAO'Nk
fiOM WANf'lNci f) DA(k MC
UP 4bNiOHT- \ juiftyif
k I (A>nj4!! comb (Uae
f' ) WBRB a CAJ.MtS
OfYiMfi l Don. iWt
tfV4 OC*4f LVLN
(in* MS Pome Or-’mcVN
D4.AFC A CHAnCL fO
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Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 104, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 1, 1932, newspaper, June 1, 1932; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918553/m1/4/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.