The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 46, No. 158, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 7, 1937 Page: 3 of 6
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;ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1937
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
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Mae Heeler Heading
But Will He?
LITTLE MARY MIXUP
6MoOtfeR_ WHAT jjid
MAQY SAT? -Wi4Y ARE
mey g-oihg- Av/^y ?
-vvHeee are r-He/ f
CON. Sept. 7—Mrs. Mae
entertained the Alpha Zeta
sorority with its first meeting
is year at the home of Mies
Bunch Thursday night,
ge was the diversion when
were awarded Mrs. Mar-
e Logan and Miss Dorothv
ing the business meeting the
>n of officers for the coming
were as follows:
, Mae Beeler, president: Mrs.
i Hart, vice president; Miss
irita Harding. sccretary-
rer; and Miss Mary Kroutil.
eunion of the Griffith family
eld Friday night at the home
\ and Mrs. D. F. Griffith ill
i with a picnic supper,
sent were Mr and Mrs. F O.
th. son, Bui-wood, and daugh-
Irs. Loraine Smith, and two
en, all of Quanah, Tex., Mr.
Mrs D. F. Griffith. Jr., and
en of Oklahoma City. Mrs.; Ladies Altar society
A WAV BECAUSE
uncle Alex is
A T5AO, Oad MAN
r*Pr m; h, I meet Feature Ss,.4tf,t, yn, m_ Re,
60 TAAT'6 Ir-
ALEX WILL GCT”
OUT OF JAIL AND
A ARM MA«y-
— SO TNeV ARE
OF “TOWN -
| To EXPLAIN
SAe WOULD NT,
p/ L j^1'u
By r. M. Brinkerhoff | Holt Seeking Vote
Upon Third Term
ip r can onlY
G-et tts THeiR fioti6e
HE’S STEADY/ IN THE PICTURE
Union City Unit Meets In
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
UNION CITY. Sept. 7 — The!
met in the
I iret Phillips and daughter of basement of the home of Mr and
l«n, Wis., Dr and Mrs. Walter j Mrs. F. J Gatz with an all-day
1 -r and daughter. LeEtta. of quilting and a covered dish lunch- j
ne, Wash., Mrs. Addle Weiss eon at noon Thursday,
daughter, Mary Lavlna, of in the business session, plans for
oma City, Mr. and Mrs. Glen the annual bazaar were discussed.
I s and Joe Griffith of El Members present were Mrs.
Mr and Mrs Ed Keefner I Oeorge Menz, Mrs. Pete Schu-
I family. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley1 maker. Mrs. George Schumaker,
j ure and son, Mrs. S. S Mrs. Eva Hentzen, Mrs. John San-
] t and daughter, Miss Leah; der.s. Mrs. Jack Ross.
| -r. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tur- Miss Anna Michalicka, Mrs. H.
j Mrs. V H Russell and Robert C. Robinson, Mrs John Heppler.
alt of Yukon. | Mrs. Meda Grimllnger. Mrs. Cyril
I s Alice Struber of Oklahoma Mlcl>allcka. Mrs. E. M. Wehling.
spent the week-end wltli Mr ^ A?<D_EU8en^
Virs I P Rurnhill oWCtllpy &nd Mrs. A1 ROhfi.
J L, 1 ! Oue&U were Mrs. Joe Ross. Miss
s Sunshine Sanger enter-1 Angela Hentzen. Mrs. Bell Macum-
I with a swimming party at ber and Mrs C A. Willburn.
I w Springs Thursday night as The Ladies Aid society will meet
Jewell courtesy to Martin Tur- with Mrs. A. M McMahan Thurs-
ind Buddy Casey, who will! day. Sept 9. Election of officers
next week for Claremore will be held. All members are
:) they will attend Oklahoma urged to be present. Visitors are
| iry academy this winter. | always welcome,
j and Mrs. Rex Bernard re- | Among those from Union City to
d home Monday from Hager- attend the funeral services held at
N. M., where Rev. Bernard Hazel Dell for Fern Brown Thurs-
a three weeks evangelistic day afternoon were Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Zimmerman. Alfred and Robert
Zimmerman. Mr and Mrs. Ben
Bosler and family, Mr. and Mrs.
I spent a day in the Casshaw I ^ Bollinger. Louise and Loy Alex-
tains , ander. Claud Morrison. Mr. and
and Mrs. Fred Tappe ac- ' Mrs. Leslie McMahan. Mr. and
amed Mrs Lizzie Tuvell and ??rs John McMahan and family.
I iter to Chapman, Kan., where ! ^ Esther Sw-eeney. Dennis
will make an extended visit.! „Marv Trammel. Mrs
ng They also visited the
bad caverns, and the Bottom-
lakes near Roswell, N. M
DUE TO PHOBIA
WILLIAMSPORT. Pa. Sept. 7—
<UA)—Art unsealed tomb In nearby
Wildwood cemetery Is the silent
witness to an amazing story of the
man who lived in fear of being
buried alive. Inside the weird stone
mausoleum covered only by a blan-
ket is the body of Thomas Pursell.
! Williamsport fireman who spent 18
) months building his tomb so he
j could escape should he ‘ awake”
Beside the body is a hammer
j and two boards, the implements
; which Pursell will use to gain free-
| dom if he revives in the next two
J montlis. Air circulates through the
vault by means of a series of ven-
If he does not arise within the
i next 60 days, however, the tomb
will be sealed permanently.
The phobia which haunted the
| last days of Purcell’s life is said
1 to have gripped him first as he
witnessed the opening of another
man's casket. The body was on its I
WASHINGTON. Sept 7—<JP)—
Senator Rush D Holt. Democrat.
West Virginia, said today he will
seek to record the senate against a
third term for President Roosevelt.
A frequent administration critic.
Holt said he woud offer the same
resolution opposing a third term
which the senate approved in 1928
and the house adopted in 1878.
He noted that merely a score of
Democrats now In the senate voted
nine years ago when Calvin Cool-
idge was president, that a third
term would be 'unwise, unpatriotic,
and fraught with peril to our free
While Holt took this method of
[ recognizing talk ot a third term
---- —- ■ —— for-Mr. Roosevelt, there were ex-
tj , n ; . , pressions of doubt from other
Harvard Expert Detends Democrats that Mr. Roosevelt would
All ‘Back-Seat’ Drivillir i seek or accept renomination in 1940.
^ , Con o lot- \Aill.
—it-M -Om KWiatLfF
8enator Millard E. Tydlngs. Dcm-
. CAMBRIDGE. Mass, Sept. 7-|ocraut' Maryland said he "took no
„ , , stock whatever in the talk of a
j vU.R>—Here is one expert who con-, thlrc) term."
tends that back-seat driving makes ---
for safer motoring. BIRDS BOTHERED
Dr. Harry DeSilva of the Har- WEATHERFORD (URL- Even the
vard university summer traffic birds have trouble with bedbugs,
school says that a man is better When a flock of 200 swallows mys-
at the wheel when his wife is in terioasly abandoned a colony of
the back seat giving him advice. some 65 clay nests here boys broke
"Every man should have a back- I open the empty nests and found
seat driver" Dr. De Silva says, j them literally swarming with bed-
"They make for safer driving." bugs.
Harold Best (above), 15 years
old, who is being held in Prairie
du Chien, Wis., for the fatal
Shooting of his sister Mildred,
11 years old. The boy faced new
questioning when it was an-
nounced that his uncla, Orla
Best, had djed of poisoning.
NEW LINKS C HAMPION—Johnny Goodman. Omaha Insurance
agent, who annexed the national amateur golf championship at
the 41st meeting of the amateurs at Portland. Ore. Hr is the fifth
to add the national amateur title to the open crown, defeating
Ray Billows of Poughkeepsie. N. Y, two up He was particularly
steady in the pinches.
and Mrs Tappe returned to
Adams and son. Virgli.
Mrs. M. G. Sanders attended the'
'funeral service for Bernice Branuml
at Minco Thursday.
TWO HEADED GOSLING |
VINITA-t/P) A Two headed
CLEVELAND _«J.P>—Of heals
n Friday evening.
(ivs Leah Sanger departed for
“tty i’,.3*k 7m «“ .17....."TT""
in ine Home ol Mr. and Mrs oi m ivi injior. who lives near young Republicans, had searched
Estella, Oklu. Taylor said the
-oming school year. | clyde Robeson,
s. O W. Brinkman is with Misses Minnie Mae and Irene
Albers were guests of Mrs Carl
Miss Betty Joe Biswrll is the1
, daughter. Mrs. W. G. Stair,
I Mr. Stair this week. •
If s. George Davidson Is con-
clng nicely from her recent guest of her cousin. Jerry Blswcll
in Casey, Buddy Casey and
In Turner will leave Sunday
•• ,'laremore where they will enrol
pklahoma Military academy.
Miss Celine Oatz is the guest
of Mr and Mrs. A1 Ritter of El
Reno this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wegner of Ok-
lahoma City were guests of Mrs
Eva Hentzen Sunday.
Mrs. Eva Hentzen and Claud
j Morrison and family were guests
of Mr. and Mrs Leo Demmer Sun-
Mary Margaret and Donald Mor-
rison arc visiting relatives In Ok-
lahoma CUy this week.
Mr and Mrs. Vess Green of
Pryor were overnight guests of i
... , ... . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross Thursday. |
both of Oklahoma Mrs. Ratcliff and daughters. Rose I
_ ___ . and Margie, were visitors in Un- i
arvln R Osborne. 25. and ion City Friday
a A Madden. 20. both of Ok la- Miss Josephine Demmer is the I
* City guest of Eunice Morrison this
•car F Knight. 40. of Oklahoma week,
and Ruth Willis. 35, of Cole- Mr and Mrs. LeRoy Wallace re- !
turned from a visit at Dawson.
Miss Jean Woods has accepted a
position at Tuttle.
for six years for tne club's lost
freak hved several hours alter co^^uon out-
hatching. Both heads were per- cers had been accused of hiding
fectly fonned The gosling was dls- the document. Then Fred Waruk,
played at the office ot a Vlntta former city employe, found it
newspaper among his political souvenirs. »
OF HOT WATER
AT LOW COST . . . WITH
THIS BIG AMPLE CAPACITY
CRANE water HEATER
Duy Now . .. Pay On Easy Budget Plan.
Ask Us For Exact Estimates
A Whole Year To Pay!
Plumbing and Heating
ito wiMP oikv|T"
Is This Your
Why nol let (he waler, Inslead
of you and your family, do
the “running?" Think of hoi
water in abundance for every
need—shaving, bathing, and
all household uses! You can
have plenty of hot water at
the turn of the faucet in your
CAS WATER HEATER
Sec Your Dealer Today for
Convenient, Deferred Payments!
Oklahoma Natural Gas Company
J. G. BORDERS. El Reno Manager
igene D. McCourtney. 22. of
vlcy. La., and Maude L. Moore,
mes L. Morgan. 21. and Leona |
figure skater:"What an
asset good digestion is!
I smoke Camels during
meals and after. They
do help to keep my di-
gestion in order."
D Cameron. 21. and Bettie I.
wford, 18 boUi of Oklahoma
, nil Schroder. 24, and Bdna
roeder. 20 both of Okarche.
liarles T Bradney, Jr., v*.
ma Jeane Bradney Petition for
rcc of divorce.
i matter of the estate of John
Pearce, deceased Appeal from
| niy court filed in district court
i l matter of estate of Nathaniel
I iningham. deceased Appeal from
*nty court filed In district court.
| tale of Oklahoma to C. W
1 rb Lot* 8 and 9. block 8.
j sen's addition to El Reno.
I Release ol Oil and Gas Lease
J mjainin F Mi Elfresh. LrRoy F
iElfreah and Dora B MrEUreah
1C P Quinlan and M F. Powers.
1 lld-Contlnenl Petroleum corp-
■ lion to John and Emily E.
Irdner NW 28-13-9.
Kub-Lea*e of Farm
ohn and W. P. Lorenzen to |
O. and Oeorge Keller. NEW |
i I 8', of section 12 and all of
(lion 13 In township 11. range
RETURNS TO FACULTY
STILLWATER—</n — Dr M F.
Burrill. member of the land utiliza-
tion division of the Rural Resettle-
ment administration at Dallas.
Tex., has returned to his former
position as associate professor of !
geography at Oklahoma A. and M
GENE SARAZEN, golf
I gues>, thousands of
miles around golf
courses with Camels.
They never throw my
nerves out of tunc."
IOANNA DE TUSCAN,
fencing champion: "I
enjoy smoking so much
— and I find that with
Camels I tan smoke
often. Camels don't give
me ragged nerves."
rancher: "Me nnd Cam-
el* have been getting
along mighty fine now
for over 15 years. I
never saw the heat of
Camels for tastiness."
CAN KOPU REALLY TEIL THE DIFFERENCE IN
CAMEft COSTLIER TOBACCOS ?
ARMY RENTS FIELDS
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. (UR)—
War la getting more and more ex-
pensive every day. according to
■rmy officials at the Presidio here
Even to have maneuvers for the
55.000 men of the 4th army. It was
necessary to rent "battlefields" on
which the troops could operate.
HERB LEWIS, Dc
troit icc hockey
star: "I go for
Camels in a big
way. After an ex-
hausting game —
extra periods and
all—they give me
The Best Answer is This...
5 room cottage. 619 8. Rock lx
land for qairk oale at 81,700. 4
room home hardwood floors. 8.
Admire, only >1.250. Beauty par-
lor. drive-In-barbecue and beer
and a nice cabinet shop. We
xavo you money mi Auto insur-
ance. Remember our dividends
on fire Insurance. List your
farms and city property with us
Year In and yaar out. Camul pays mURuna more
far flnar tobaccos. And amakara do appro-
data the addod pleasure this usaant to thorn I
A^AMEL’S use of choicer, costlier to-
V^« bactos has Eseen the subject of much
discussion. The question has often been
raised as to whether or not people could
tell the difference.
The way smokers feel gives the an-
awer! Camels ire the largest-selling cig-
arette in America...or the world.
If you are not a Camel smoker, per-
haps you, too, would enjoy a cigarette
with a richer, cooler taste. Turn, then.
to Camels. Put them to the «rrerttl test
— smoke them steadily. As you enjoy
Camels, you'll realize how true it is that
there is no substitute for costlier tohaeeos.
ENJOY BENNY GOODMAN’S SWING
•AND FOR A FULL NALF-NOUR!
Tune in Benny'* popular iwiafiirri - Heir his
famous rrio and quartette. T uesdays — I: AO pnt
I. 8.T. pm B. D. S.T.). 7:10 pm C.S.T.,
6:50 pm M.S.T.. 5:50 pm P.S.T.-WA BC CBS.
Costlier Tobaccos in a Matchless Blend
Camel* are a matchless blend of finer, MORK F'XPliN
SIVE TOBACCOS-Turkish and Domestic. Skilll.il blend-
ing brings out the full flavor of these choice tobacco*.
MRS. JOHN W.
JR., society avia-
trix: "I prcler
Camels for steady
smoking. I smoke
as many as I please
— they don't gel
on my nerves."
RAY WINTERS, radio
suit me! And that irises
for my throat espe-
cially. Can't remem-
ber when Camel* ever
scratched mv throat."
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