The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 299, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 17, 1937 Page: 2 of 8
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ELRSNG (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
A Weekly Account
of Sehod Activities
The E. H. S. Boomer
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1987
Published In Interest
of School Spirit
Hi RENO HIGH8CHOOL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, IM7
THE E. H. S. BOOMER
Published by the Creative Writing
Class. Under Supervision of
Miss Josephine Hodnett
RAYMOND WILLIAMS. Editor
Associate Editors—Mary Sue Gar-
ner and Nina Warren.
News Editors—Virginia Devltt
and Betty Blake. i
Sports Writers—BrilCe Devi* and
Boy. Just look at those football
boys strut! They look like a bunch
of proud peacocks. But who wouldn’t
with tite swell new jackets they
have just received?
Mai "Gable” Dull was about the
Departmental Edttor-Gre'a Car- oaow uvu was about me
r ; I list to go on exhibition He came
' into Ills third hour class with a
smile from ear to ear. and just a
little self conscious. Max was but
little good the remainder of tlie
hour for he was so happy about
all lie could do was sit and grin
as if lie were posing for a picture.
On returning /to school in the
afternoon, the students saw foot-
ball jackets in every nook and
corner. Regardless of the weath-
Club Editor—BobMedee Williams
Feature Writer—Fairry Hamilton
Reporters—Margaret Davis. Nyla
Forbes. Heten Clare Humphreys,
Berdlne Godfrey. Mary Montgom-
ery, Jacqueline Mievar. Helen Kel-
ly. Mary Roberts. Corte Tru.ax and
You all remember when the new
All Combinations of Col-
ors and Checks Herald-
er’s being a little warm, the boys
hedges were set out. don’t you? I Insisted on wearing those jackets
Re winner the "extra special" care
we were going to give them? Re-
number l.nw we promised to dis-
toj.timie i.inning through them?
Remember how we decided to stop
riiung bicycles through that double
row of hedges, which a'ill look so
preHy and green this .spring if
we take care of It?
We must have forgotten.
It L not too late. Lei's mend
our ways and preserve those plants.
You couldn't have dragged them
away from their prise
Richard Ozmun and Billy Col-
lins got in a friendly liUle argu-
ment over the color of their jack-
ets. Dick's Is royal blue with gray
sleeves, while Bill's Is navy with
tan sleeves; however, they agreed
thut Ihey were both "purty hand-
some." When it became a little too
warm. Dick and Billy couldn't find
a place good enough to lay their
which help so much to make our I jacket*. For a moment everyone
campus beautiful. jin their fourth class was afraid
PI.EASES STUDENT BODY
Tile .students of EJ
they were going to put Miss Nadine
Runyan's fur coat on the floor
school are indeed glad to kunw , oon, >
' and place theirs on the hanger.
tha! Superintendent Paul R Tuy-
lor has been elected by the board There Is something
oi education to heed our public! these jackets Ui different colors.
rhcols for another year. Ralph Clovis and Richard Ozmun
During Mr. Taylor's two year,! h/‘ve *“ched “ -If? clev" deci-
of work with us. we have train f'; 11WI!7' t^e boys wear brown,
to appreciate his sense oi humor !f,.ey 01 Lloy'
his remarkable congeniality. ong- '' '. ‘ lf ' Wf*r blue, well,
inallty, and wisdom. We also real- | “• vour ***
ize that we have no belter friend
lo help us over the "bumps" in
our school life than Mr. Taylor.
The whole thing sums up to Hits.
There are a lot of proud boys in
„ . . ,, . El Reno lilghschool and every
He lias been directly or indirect- i one ,md UlnH, '
lv responsible for many new. valu- | ^ uicy won t get overcome with
able and progressive steps In our j |)eilt while wailing for a drop in
school program. Perhaps more than . temperature,
anything else we realise the value ‘ _
BY FASHIONABLE FLO
Wal, ya jist never can tell
Wliatll happen, especially "along
the avenoo of fashion." Rag day
was celebrated last week with
Thomas Ashlnhuiet. Ralph Clovis
i imagine liimi, Olsen Hodges and
Joe Slattery as a few of the
notables clad In their "bestest”
If you wonder why there are
so many resounding "Oh's and
All's" when Billy Collins. Bob Dale
and Dick Oemun wander around
the premises it's because'of the
“classy" looking slacks they are
wearing Collins' are of navy blue
with n large red check and over-
stripe of chalk-white. Dale's are
a combination of small black and
white checks Bob sets them off
Just right by wealing a red barrel
sweater) and Ozmun calmy "sur-
veys It all" in beige with red.
‘Dick also has another new pair
of trousers, and Miss Nadine Run-
yan wonders how he rated two
pairs at the same time.)
Tlie old joke about "where's the
horse" gets too old after so long
a time, but I'll bet that Billy Put-
nam never makes young lassies
tired of the good looking boots and
pants he's been wearing lately.
The football Jackets caused plen-
ty of excitement last Thursday af-
lo getting I terooon. Tlie boys had a choice
between royal and midnight blue
with white leather trimmings to
l iveschool-rotor distinction. They’re
plenty nice fellows and you deserv-
And look! Who comes here?
None other than the ladies’ man.
Max "Handsome" Dull, all dressed
up 'he's got some place to go, too)
in a lan suit, silk shirt and British
Every one says men should wear
plenty of color, so Just to find out
BY BRUCE DAVIS
In their game with Central this
week, the Indians not only failed
to break the hairline jinx they
have been under for some time,
but fell far enough behind the
Cardinals to leave no doubt as to
which chib belonged in the saddle. .
A state championship far ■ Reno
appears remote, so maybe the In-
dians will have to be content with
their past glory, until another year
rolls around. . . .If the fans have
any fingernails left by now It is a
miracle. The smartest person seen
at any of the games lately Is the
one who started leaving his false
teeth at home after the Tulsa,
Capitol Hill and Classen sldr-
Four Luncheons Colorful
Events pf Second
Among the most colorful second
semester events in the home eco-
nomics department, under the di-
rection of Mies Rachel Ha yen,
AH'S HEARD AS
BV FAIRRY HAMILTON
Everyone seemed lo have a “rip
roaring" good time in assembly
Thursday morning. The purpaee
of the assembly was to award let-
ters and thus make certain chll
(lieu happy, but Principal Walter
P. Marsh and several members of
were the luncheons served by the I !*?.. fac?*lty “e™ed '“*ve
third hour tnnAm ' good • time as the students.
E. E. Bradley,
Morrls Hurst, has developed a
hefty case of dead-eye since the
season started. The junior high
basketeer scored 11 of El Reno’s
17 points against Concho the other
night . . . He also has developed
a pivot shot that Is practically
impossible to guard. He pivots In
and shoots with his inside arm,
Hacking is practically the only
thing which will stop him from
finding the net.
of the new junior hlgh.schoo! which |
we see nearing completion. This •
new : ddillon to our school build-
lues will make possible for us a
junior college program in El Reno.
Proriniming Mr. Taylor’s origin-
ality and cleverness Is tlie beauti-
ful. historical border which adorns
our lilghschool auditorium.
how the male side of the student
body rates. I parked out hi the
Principal Walter P Marsh has
derided that when he is speaking
lo the sKudenb body it is all right
- - ,... _ „ for them to look at Iheir watch -
' f the Tavir'k. 1*t BUt Wh!n ,hey hold U'fm W
doing tor' nur Schools ***** * Ulf‘ir «"* to see If they are run-
vf , ’ hing that Is carrying things a lll-
tut looking forward to many (le (00 ftr
more hn,jpy and successful school j
turns Wiih Mr. Taylor as our
hi ip- r and leader.
Charlemagne, according to Billy
Collins, was so large that instead
oi riding his horse he carried it
'That's what you cull UuvUig your
In discussing professional wrest-
ling. several girls commented on
how terrible It was. especially
Tlie Squaw pep club met four I when Ihey bite each other. Pud
times during the past week. Three J Penney; "Heavens, I'm Just like
railed meetings were held In addi- ,hem- 111 blu‘ anything for $1,000"
lion to the regular session. j *-
During the regular meeting, coin-1 Wehard Ozmun firmly believes
mil tees were appointed to make i ,,luf men built those fortified
Initiation and future
rustles in medieval times In order
to keep their wives at home
An old time melodrama, starring
NaeAtha MoDaniel Jo Dean Nor-
V'll and Elvaline Wise, was pre-
sented during pep assembly in die
Another meeting was devoted to! , „ —;-
making swtshers for use in die J“?e Kuf*Vn*k! would like very
Ctnssen-El Reno game I much to know if rock cheese is
Sqnnws are making plans )o j mad* of rocte
attend the Ctwsen-El Beno game
— Oklahoma Olty Feb 19
Billy Collins has a particular
outfit he wears to ancient his-
tory class It consists of a pair
oi overalls and a sweet shirt
hull between classes, and Just like
Columbus I discovered "plent/."
Edgar Lawton chats with his pals
hi a bright yellow angora vest over
u wine shirt. Joe Wallace (who
appears now and then around the
ole "alma mater”) dons an orchid
and while stripped shirt. Roy
Stafford gallantly strolls about in
a rout-sweater of royal blue, and
Bob Sliuttee gets around school in
a wine sweater over a wine and
white checked shirt.
Two of tlie most elegant top-
coats in scliool belong to Edward
"Egg' Head" Clark, who has gray
plaid, and J. D. Ferguson, who fav-
Billy J. McCartney is a study In
brown, and looking swell wilh It he
wears 11 "grass green" shirt and
Fairry Hamilton should be added
lor the spoily white coot-sweater
she gig on which lo put the blue
"E" that slie received recently.
Seniors Of ’37
Another case of "dynamite comes
in small packages." Tills time it
Is Hardy Penney.
"Pud." ns he Is known to every-
one. Is a constant impersonator of
W C Fields At other times you
will hear him singing “Oh, the
world owes me a living."
After graduating. "Pjgd" plans
to attend Southern Methodist uni-
versity et Dallas, where he wlB
members will attend in
... I — seems Charles Blake bmwht .
A 8 couple of bow ties at a local I stVdv *unfery-
He favors football and basketball
The Amanuenses, the only com-1
it" ' < >al club In El Reno liigliwhool I
n i i .. ______i
j Store, and every time Cluick wants
■ to wenr one he has to have a clerk
I in the store tie it for him.
nut Thursday eveuing when sever-
iw-w pledges were taken Into the
',"b' Irm* Eaye Harrison, pre.si-
drnt, welcomed the new pledges,
“iter which a discussion was )]rId
’■ arcing the assembly program to
** elVM1 at a later date A new
Pioeram committee was appointed
a program planned for tlie
Jlioje to whom bids were issued
Fi > Ttlf’mp r*1 Mildred
, "*• Doru Smith Dorothy Wil-
P Irlne Bmt.dlev Florence
Bernard. Rose Ann McClain Fli-
R«th Ann £kZ
Bernice Bowman. Adali Van Wag-
heM .22* Collins Charles Hub-
J?"'™" Dowlas. Rov Pay.
bio" ft-ancl* 'lYiompson Bill Spon-
;'ir. "-barta. Robert nfSZ.
"nee Pearce and Albert Baker
sb s a
was elected secretary
Harold Estep . was placed in
Charge of scheduling basketball
games for the club
Tlie program was given bv John
Carter, who spoke to the club con-
cerning former days in Hi-Y
The closing prayer was led bv
Velma McNew presided over the
^L.T meet big Monday afternoon
a discussion of pins was
The program consisted of a p|c-
Trt j££f* °i ‘ Blark
TOJones. and a talk “Are You a
^^meraauonaitst?" by Ruth-
ofJmnv<^!fr' 8 ,omier PTMMtnt
iw ler,dua^ w«h the
*■* s welcomed vlsl-
^tov bright WrUl*r meetta« Thinw-
Fm« SSf* PWr *“ “ »»
A* Important business -■—
M MAUI Kell v was
In another interesting meeting
the club was presided over bv
President Thomas Ashtnhurst A
rommlUse report was given on the
annual FVjrum-Senate debate.
The club decided to have a
doughnut sale. No definite date
The program of the evening con-
sisted of a short .story by Billy
Putnam and a report on the flood
by Clarence Pearce
The El Reno-Central basketball
game at Oklahoma City furnished
the enthusiasm and pep Rt the last
meeting. As the club attended the
game In a body, all of the busi-
ness was concerned with getting
transportation for the M member*
TTUs is the largest enrolment in
the Pepett pep club's history.
_ ». M. C.
The II new members of Bonita
Marica Cotta attended their first
V* dovotod to transacting club
buotaes*. and the new Initiates had
a chance of expressing their itteaa
h«A pro and can. osnssrnir« the
club calendar for Use remainder of
The Phis are
mUat mtUr *b»
J°b baa been 4am. Last wosk tha
dub bad « rear Jam
in the line of sports. He likes to
dance and is an excellent dancer.
Ho is the fellow who always has
on a new suit and is usually stand-
ing on the "lug corner."
Pud" is known especially for
his ability to have a good time,
as he has one of the heartiest
laughs in El Reno.
He has had that particular nlck-
ntjtne since he was in the fifth
grade It was given to him bv
Watch for this bombshell of pep,
pulchritude and personality A
girl about town in the social swirl
is Joan Davis.
Eormerly Joan was planning for
her career to be that of a news-
paper reporter, but now her ambi-
tion Is to be an interior decorator
in New York.
Joan likes to dance, swim and
play tennis During her leisure
hours she likes to tune in on a
good orchestra and play rummy
or read a book
She it « member of the Bonita
Marica Cotta literary society, a
member of the "Gayteens" social
c'ub and a charter member of the
Joan is an enthusiastic collector
This year she acquired the nick-
name of “Jennie" from Bob Orove.
She is a girl who is a lot of fun.
and she Is always having • good
GIVEN BY OCTET
The hlghschool octet of mixed
voices gave a performance at the
colonial silver toe in the at
Mrs. H. P. Morris Friday after-
noon. Pfb, IS.
Their selection* were **!%• Loot
Chord." by Arthur BuRivna and
"If My Song Had Wings,” bp No-
ble Cain. wr mm-
Members of the group are Robert
Cory and Bob Dal*, tenon; Breton
Jonntag* and Onto Carter, v
Rambling thoughts; That noise
set up by the local pep dub* at
Central last week was the best that
has greeted these old ears in
many a moon . . . Jimmy Holland
and Lloyd Wells are vowing ven-
geance for their treatment In the
Golden Oloves tourney. Both are
shaping up for the amateur ath-
letic union go-round to be held In
Oklahoma City some time next
spring . . . Boxing lias developed
quite a following here. Young and
old are loud in (heir clamoring
for a team.
third hour food* ohms
The clue was divided into four
group*, with each group responsi-
ble for the planning and serving
of a luncheon.
Group No. 1 served Thursday
when green and yellow was the
motif used in all details. Vivian
Jotuison served as hostess while
Jacqueline Nlevar teas waitress.
Others to help In the preparation
were Mildred Bhiiey, Ruth Mont-
gomery, Juanita Brown and Leona
Starbuck. Guests to enjoy the
courtesy were Miss May Shanklin,
Miss Lottie Baker. Miss Hayen
Hazeldean Hardwick and Ida Ree
The second group did a very
nice job of carrying out white and
orange as their harmony Friday
w hen Mozelle Henry portrayed -bc*-
tess and Ida Ree Wright waited
on the table. Helpers were Haael-
t'ean Hardwick. Nadine Brown and
Etta Mae Sharp. Guests to en-
joy the luncheon were Dorothy
Rush, Elizabeth Chapman. Arlene
Parris. Dubble Hubbs and Irene
Hostess for Monday's group No.
3 was Arlene Farris while Irene
Essex served as waitress. Helpers
were Katherine Doke. Dubble
Hubbs and Elizabeth Chapman.
Guests included Miss Hayen. Lor-
etta Rukes, Oladys Holland, Bernice
Oyler and Dorothy Rush. This
'4 group carried out a brown and
yellow color scheme.
Red and white, Valentine colors,
were carried out successfully by
group No. 4. Helpers were Gla-
., . — speech director,
blessed with an “A No. 1" pair of
lungs, refused to use the "mike."
After having made this move, he
was the recipient of many "cracks."
Coach Dick Horton made the crack
that he wasn't blessed with a
gift of gab like some he knew.
'Of course, no one knew whom
he meant, but all was said and
done In fun.)
Would you ever have guessed
that Billy Collins is bashful? Well,
he appeared such Thursday morn-
ing. After he had received his
letter, he broke into that famous
Collins sprint and ran back to
Thanks to Coach Horton the
girls were warned about Harry
Donnellan. Harry has become one
of those first class "lady killers.”
Who, oh who, is responsible??
Donald Roberts, that well known
hlghschool yell leader, cut a few
capers on the stage. “Doc” was
in such a hurry to get back to
his chair that his. feet came so
near flying out from under him
that, well, it Just "ain't” worth
Looking out into
Miss Rose Witcher Is absolutely
positive that there Is a Santa
Claus, even at the first of Febru-
ary . . . Perhaps It Is Saint Valen-
tine . . . Madelyn Scott is the
"bestest" poet. You should see her
poem about her troubles, which
include tardies, excuses, and sev-
enth hour .... Mary Montgomery
certainly goes in the latest fads!
Take g look at her finger-nails
It sounded like a very exclusive
radio program for El Renal tee the
other morning. Bangs were
ed for Irma ne and Jimmie
ryn Harrison, and Alice Duff, all
of B. H. 0. . , . if you liear any-
one stumbling over the phrare
"bur* black blood." don't let it
worry you. According to Robert
Ripley, it is Impossible to say
these words twice in sucoee&ion
with any speed at al . . . JoDean
Norvell certainly manages size IS
shoes nicely, doesn’t she?
We sometimes wander how Ralph
Clovis and those boys who got so
many letters will take care of
them . . . Murdo Webber may he
little now, but he’ll grow up soon
—so he says . . . Can any person
throw any light on the mystery of
the comic Valentines which every
teacher found In her mail box
Bruce “Butch" Davis just caught
on to a joke that he’s been telling
at operetta practice tor the past
two weeks . . . Such a brilliant
person! ... In our mind Leota
Townsend is the moqt graceful girl
we know . . . Ralph Mock thinks
he is a genius because he ean
work physics problems.
IN PEP ASSEMBLY
”Vlm, vigor and vitality" pre-
vailed in pep assembly Friday
morning in the gym.
'Hie Squaw pep club presented
a very tnt«resUng and clever bur-
lesque of "Little Red Riding Hood,"
entitled "Little Nell." Jo Dean
Norvell portrayed the charming
and dainty Red Riding Hood, skip-
ping and dancing around In the
woods, when suddenly Classen ap-
proached. enacted by NaeAtha
McDaniel. Captain Ralph Clovis;
played by Evallne Wise. Immediate-
ly came to the rescue ‘of Red Rid-
ing Hood. A fight was staged in <
which Classen was knocked over
and counted out.
Cheers led by Donald Roberts
were In order after the stunt.
Ralph Clovis, captain of the bas-
ketball team, was presented. He
In turn introduced each player.
SHELL CREEK 7
Mrs. Ethel Beddo and her pupils
entertained the mothers of the
district with a patriotic program
and Valentine party Friday after-
noon. Refreshments of cake and
punch were served.
Charles Mach. Jr., has been very|
111 the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Howery were I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. All tone |
Kouba Thursday evening.
Mrs. Viva Stout was among those]
who attended the yard improve-
ment .school In El Reno Friday I
afternoon. Others from the Happy]
Hour club were Mrs. George Wat-
eon, Mrs. Ray Iawson and Ural
Roy Divis. Next meeting of thel
club will be an all-day meeting ini
the home of Mrs. Stout, where a]
seed exchange will be held.
One of the most interesting devo-
tional assemblies of the year was
presented Wednesday. Feb. 10.
The program opened with the
singing of "America'' and the flag
salute. Community singing was
enjoyed by all.
As special numbers, the girls' glee
club sang 'The Nightingale" by
Wee Ikes W B. Jennings sang two
selections. "Old Friends and New
Friends.” snd "Bells of the Boa.”
“Old Friends and New Friends" was
you could see Margaret Davis, Vir-
ginia Devltt and J. D. Ferguson
with smiles reaching from ear to
ear. Then above the roar and
noise of the crowd you could hear
the famous laugh of "Dynamite
Penney, or “Pud" to most people.
When all was over, Richard Oi-
mun could be heard trying to get
* ‘ of those.....
one of those “purty" orange let-
dys Holland, Loretta Rukes X^y*** °* Jun‘°r hm'
Bernice Oyler. Delma Stine was
hostess and Dorothy Rush served.
Guests to be entertained were
Juanita Brown. Ruth Montgomery,
Leona 8tarbuck, Mildred Shlrey and
Marjorie Powell was In Mustang
Louise Whitney visited with
friends In Oklahoma City over the
composed by Streeter Stuart and!
Wed W. Pike. Mr. Stuart, a for-]
mer E. H. 8. Instructor, wrote the#
GYM CLASS HAS
Fifty girls from Miss Doris Com-
by's gym classes enjoyed a hike
Thursday afternoon, February 11,
to a city park where they partici-
pated in various outdoor sports.
Each girt took a lunch which
was enjoyed at the end of the
TO GIVE AWARDltenXT ZenuTZnyt t^l
home of Mr. and Mrs. Tope Novek|
Helen Nespor and loin Marshall.!
who are attending school in Yukon,]
spent the week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nespor and|
daughters were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Antonej]
Miss norice Lyday and O. F.
j Carlton, commercial art* instrue-
the audience tors, are offering a box of candy
to the student, either first or sec-
ond year, who writes 60 words a
minute on unpractlced material.
Jessie Mae Oates, a first year
student, is well up in the race,
making 64 words a minute on prac-
Alec Pannell visited in Okla-
homa City over the week-end. He
also attended the Golden Gloves
Don't COUGH h.\°ouS,
Mrs. Thomas P. Van Natta of
St. Joseph. Mo., is the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Bennett,
and Captain Bennett at Fort Reno.
Last chance to get your name tat
the new telephone book. It is
closing this week. Act now! Call
the telephone business office. The
number Is TOO—(Adv.)
IF IT FAILS TO STOP YOUR
COULrl CUE TO COLDS ASK FOR
YOUR MONFY BACK "‘,.Z 0(J' ,
Miller’s Drug Store
EL RENO. OK LA.
words and Mr. Pike the music
A feature of interest was (he
talk given by Rev. R. R. Hilde-
brand, First Christian church pas-
Marie Jones and Mary Roberts
were In Oklahoma City Sunday.
W. B Jennings and Hugh Hol-
lon spent Thursday In Oklahoma
Helen Kelly returned to school
Monday after being 111 with in-
fluenza the pest week.
Donald Roberts, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Roberts, at-
tended the Central-Northwestern
game ip Edmond Saturday night.
Mnrvih'Rice and Clayton Camp-
bell spent Saturday eight In King-
Dee Forbes of Fort Worth. Tex ,
spent tlie week-end with his sis-
ter. Nyla Rorbes.
Carter Lee Rohde visited with
relatives in Oklahoma City Sun-
Orchids To You
Hear ye! Hear ye! All ye doer*
of good deeds, hark I Miss Rachel
Hayen has so graciously donated
the services of her classes again.
Her girts served the American Le-
gion banquet last week.
Nice going, you Squaws. You
proved your Ingenuity with that
stunt last week. Rose Ann Mc-
Clain furnished those sound effectp
that were so appropriate, too. even
If the audience was booing the
villUn so loudly that she eoulg
hardly be heard.
Miss Mary Edwards' home room
certainly Is a contest winner. Thla
church attendance contest has been
going on for four weeks and this
group of students has won it
three times, with a new high of
of Brand New 1936
SAVE AS MUCH AS
|i WHILE THEY LAST!
We must clear our store of floor models and get
ready for new seaspn’s stock. You get the sav-
ings in this event!
Now there are Stanley Roberson,
Richard Yost. Jack Thorne. 8am
Whitacre. Joe Neal Vaughn. Dick
Hobs ugh. Harold Van Tungeln, i
William Wallis. Elwyn Powell and
Obet Tieor who here sieved far
the Junior class. This advertising
■eta to be a job. doesn't It, boys?
Every new 1936 Kelvinator in our stock has been reduced
for a quick sale ... If you have been hesitating about buy-
ing n new electric refrigerator, then here’s your chnnce of
the yeor to step in, choose your refrigerator and step out
with real cash savings!
ImVaro Walker has made us •
new bicycle rack to accommodate
M bicycles it eliminates the den-
ier of stolen property ami makes
taking care of the bicycles much
Weil (ire an orchid to the flnt
I SOLO ON EASY TERMS
We have only 5 of these Kel-
.vinators in stock. If you’re
looking for a bargain — See
them at ooee! ! !
“We D» Plumbing, Too"
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 299, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 17, 1937, newspaper, February 17, 1937; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918661/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.