El Reno Sunday Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 142, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 17, 1932 Page: 1 of 6
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The Heart of the Rich
■JSlRenq ..Sunday ..Tribune
You Can Buy It For
Less In El Reno
VOLUME 41, NO. 142.
IE FOB STATE
O' 'TED PRESS
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1932.
(U.R) MEANS UNITED PRESS
SINGLE COPY, 3 CENTS
decision in Battle Of
Long-standinj; S a v e s
Oklahoma City, July 16 (U.R>—A
7.000.000 decision for the state of
Oklahoma was written into court
coords here today.
The case that started a verbal
Dattlc between Gov. W. H. (Alfalfa
ill) Murray and federal judges
was decided by three federal judges
in the state's favor.
Highway laws, including those
authorising collection of out of
state truck licenses, were upheld,
when the court ruled against
Roadway Express company and
William C. Grolbcrt, operating as
,ht Akron-Kansas City Motor Ex-
Asst. Atty. Gen. Frank M. Dudley
i»id the decision means a saving
of about seven million dollars in
‘revenue to the state annually.
Reverse Would Hurt
Had the decision been adverse,
(Dudley snid, the effect would have
(been far reaching and would have
crippled state finances.
The decision was given by Judge
John Colteral of the circuit court
of appeals, and Federal District
Judges Edgar S. Vaught and F. E.
Company attorneys indicated they
would appeal to the United States
The truck wars started early in
February when the Roadway firm
obtained a restraining order from
the federal court. The order re-
strained the governor and state
highway officials from interfering
(with interstate busses on which the
state sought collection of fees for
Murray Issurs Threat
Murray promptly sent a sizzling
letter to Judge Vaught defying the
order and inferring n threat to
cull out the National Guard to
enforce the law.
"If you issue the order, your
We Saw Today
IWIRS. G. W. TAYLOR, who
said, “There's just no use
talking El Reno is made up of
the best people on this earth."
Just one more boost for our
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank L. Johnston, of Kansas
City, Mo., who celebrated his
birthday anniversary number
one Saturday at the home of his
grandmother. Mrs. M. Fitzgerald.
Young Johnston is a serious
looking chap but that doesn't
count for he has a happy dis-
position which seems to be a
characteristic of the Fitzgerald
George (Stub) McLean, an-
other youth of our vicinity, who
is celebrating his birthday an-
niversary today. Stub was scout-
ing the town Saturday to find
a cake large enough to hold the
appropriate number ol tiny pink
DENTIST IS CALLED
MAEDEL PLAYS LAST ACT
Operation Fatal To
Dr. A. J. West
REEMTSMA TO BE
Hildebrand to Preside At
Union Worship Spon-
sored by Alliance
Dr. Arthur J. West, 52, for many
years a prominent El Reno den-
| tist and civic leader, succumbed at
( 10:40 o’clock Saturday night at a
local hospital. Complications which
I set in following an operation for
! a ruptured appendix caused his*
Tuesday noon Dr. West became)
ill. He attributed it to indigestion. *
1 He was taken to a hospital Tliurs-
I day night. An operation proved
( his appendix to be ruptured.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced later from the Benson
Leaves Many Relatives
Besides a host of friends who
mourn his death. Dr. West is
survived by his wife. Mrs Edwina
C. West; his mother. Mrs. Susan
J. West of Kansas City; four sis-
ters. Mrs. Gene Johnson of Doni-
phan. Mo., Mrs. Charles Trammell.
Mrs. Lola Ammcrman and Mrs.
W. T. Brooks, the latter three of
Kansas City; and three brothers.
Everett and Homer West, also of
Kansas City, and Verne of Chi-
Here is ;i recent
photo of Mary Eli-
za b c t h awl Joe
Slattery shown with
“M a e cl e 1,” their
wonder dog, doing
his balancing act on
the back of a chair.
The unusual canine
CUINTY FREE FAIR
WILL II BE BLEB,
* wi t
El Reno Wonder Dog, “Maedel”
Joins “Rin-Tin-Tin” In Canine
Heaven, Death Is Unexpected
Move to Save $<>,000; Part
Of Gas Fund to Re-
tire Road Bonds
A native of Creighton. Mo , Dr.
West was born Feb. 22. 1880. He
by barking, ''rescue” the Slattery
children Miry Elizabeth and Joe,
from a burning building, and many
Maedel could tio everything in
the army drillbook from forward
march to parade rest, and also
solve simple arithmetic problems,
gaze on with wonderment at the additions or subtractions; any com-
bination of numbers up to 10.
If the question was: "Maedel,
No longer will tile children of
the Rock Island Diamond club be
able to display with youtiiful pride
their renowned mascot. No longci
will theatre audiences as well ai
conventions und oilier large gath-
erings in all parts of the country
feats of a canine—human in every
respect with the cxccp-ou of its
ability to talk. “Maedel." wondei
dog of Edward R. Slattery, 92(,
West Woodson, Rock Island switch-
Rcv, H. J. Rccmtsinu. Presbyter-
to El Reno in 1908 where | man, Is dead.
he lias been actively engaged In
iun missionary field worker, will I denUstry since that time,
be the speaker at 8 o'clock Sun -1 During his career here he has
day night fer the third of* a | taken a prominent part in the ac-
serics of union services to be held ^ tivitles of the Izaak Walton lea-
in El Reno gue and other endeavors of sports-
presiding at the worship pro-)™"' Hc
gram will be Rev R R. HIlde-! “ent of the State Walton league.
brand, pastor of the First Christian Dr West also was ac
* church. Spcciul music is planned Masonic circles, be ng a
for the service. "The Compassion- , scconc* degrec Mas°n .
ate Master" will be the subject ol Hc was “ Pasl Exalted Bul« «
Rev. ReemLsma's message, it was|t*ic *ol**c' an<^ *,IS plC‘s
announced ,°f El Concho club.
The worship i* held on the va-
cant lot on North Bickford avenir
honor ceases to be u court and acrw* from the postoffice where
becomes a private citizen of Oklji I bleachers Jiayc been crfftqi alonz
lionm, and therefore places your) with tiie speakers platform
honor in a (Kisltion of insurrection The services entered into by
against the laws of the state." the churchs in the Ministerial Alliance |
governor's letter said. will continue throughout July and.
The ease was not tried in open i August,
court but was submitted on briefs' Change If Haim
and affidavits. The stale contcnd-j In case of rain, the program (I.,, Wfiniiin I)j.,s
n’ unit to delete the enfoKementl will be held In the Central Mrtii-1 ,,v” *
provisions in t.hc highway statutes * odist church, it was announced
would cause Irreparable Injury tol Next Sunday Rev L Stanley
(lie road system oil whirl! the statcl Jeffery, pastor of the Episcopal
atnd counties spend more than $35,-1 church, will speak, while Rev. J. E
The sudden untimely end for the
famous German Police canine, who
was rivaled only in the canine
sphere by the great "Rin-Tin-Tin."
came as a distinct shock to many
an El Reno child as well as adUi
who for the past five years liave
watched the almost human antics
of the dog.
Only Friday night the dog had
performed in the best of style at a
political gathering at LuncsviUe
under the direction of her master
But Saturday she was found dead
the cause for which was unknown
Most recent of the famed dogs
accomplishments was the distin-
guishing of different varieties-
what's three from five?”, the police
dog would bark twice. She could
negotiate a 12-foot wall, cr sprint,
up the trunks of trees to forks that
distance :rom „n. giouncl
Canadian county will have no
county fair this year, it was def-
initely decided Saturday by a
unanimous vote at a meeting of the
In keeping with the gencrrl
movement to reduce the count>
budget, the commissioners agreed
Dial at least for the ensuing fiscal
year, it will be necessary to eli-
minate the annual fair which in
recent years lias been staged at a
cost of approximately $6,000.
The commissioners were com-
pleting the fixing of the estimates
for the ensuing year late Sat-
urday night. Monday the county
board will hold conference witli
officials of the Tax Reduction lea-
gue to further discuss the budget, I
It was announced.
To Revise Gas Fund
The commissioners Saturday vot j
cd to use 25 percent of the fund |
which the county received from the |
slate gasoline lax to apply on re-1
tiring the road bonds of 1927. Thi:
figured at $17,274.28 during the |
The entire gasoline fund in the
past has been expended for up-
i keep of county l oads. The new
Did You Hear
nOBBIE GENE SCOTT. El Kc-
no's youthful harmonica
king, appears In a news reel
showing the early part of this
week at a local theatre. Be-
sides the notoriety the child lias
received over the state through
Ills performances, lie also was
given recognition in the “Did
You Know", cartoon feature of
the Central Press association
appearing in hundreds of news-
papers over the entire country.
The most unpopular tiling in
Kl Rrno right now is a nice
warm wooly blanket or a fur
coat. No one can say that Old
Sol isn't doing his part of late.
Many a Boy Scout lias been
having the lime of Ills life at
the Concho Scout camp, going
In swimming “in the raw" this
summer. It so happens that the
entire camp site lias strict rules
witli only Scouts and Scoutcrs
allowed on the grounds. It re-
minds us of way back in "the
days of real sport" when the old
swimming Dole was a much
cherished attraction in the life
of a youth.
AT 11:25 O’CLOCK
Relief, Home Loan Bank
Bills Ready For
FALLS AS TORRID
She could climb a vertical ladder application of pait of the fund
by hooking ncr ironl paws over the
While yet in her puppy days
Maedel discovered a fire one night
In the Slattery home, caused by a
"shorted" light wire. She barked
loudly and ran from bed to bed
pulling covers off the occupants.
The blaze was extinguished before
any appreciable murage resulted. |
Following this bit of heroism,
Siic was dublxd official mascot of
I hr El Reno Diamond club of I hi
. In addition to her stage career,
^Maedel" was twlc filmed in new*
will save the ad valorem tax money i
which would have to be levied for |
retirement of the bonds.
Mercury Hits 102 Here;
75 Deaths Over Na-
Miss LaRuc DcLana. 800 South
Macomb avenue, returned Satur-
day from a visit with Miss Betty
Lou Westfall in Oklahoma City.
Kl Reno Friday
Dudley said the stale. In its
brief, admitted It lacked power to
Issue iiermila for overweight trucks
and tills practice would be aban-
McConnell. Central M. E.*minister.
Will preside over the meeting.
Thieves Steal Combine
Funeral services for Mrs. Stella
Ilrodcrson. 47. wife of A T Hro-
clcrson, Okarclie, Who died at a
local sanitarium Friday evening.
Farts, Tools in Nijjht win be conducted at a:;«> o'clock
J Sunday afternoon at the Mount
County officers were InvrsUgat-' chun.h. nori„clwt „f El Reno,
ing late Saturday the theft of com-
bine part* and farm tools from Mn Brodcrson had been under
ithc combine belonging to H. C. I oicdlcai care here for about to
* Copenbarger. of north of Karnspur »'». nmHUm from com-
No clews as to the thieves' Men-1 plications tliul l.ad caused her III
health for numerous years.
The funeral rites will be in
charge of Reverend Troburn, pas-
tor of the Mount Zion church, af-
ter which burial will lie in the
lily were reported
BROKE LEG FLEEING HEAR
. Voder. Wash (UP- \ young
llllIHlims Seeking An- (daughter of Mr and Mrs O
(Street, farmers near here, broke a
swers In Questions
leg in frantic efforts
wlicn she came across
hear in the woods.
Meunonlle cemetery, north of
to escape ' Brno.
The "Know El I trim Belter"
content, participated III by 28 local
firms, got off to a flying start Fri-
day afternoon a few minutes after I
The Tribune went to press carry -1
ing the feature.
Hundred are taking part In the
unique contest and the Interest lias
been even greater than Iasi year.
Entries for the $20 prize list must
lie In The Tribune office not later
Ilian 6 p. in. Monday. Those sent
by mall and postmarked before 6
p. m. Monday and which reach
The Tribune bo* ut Hie po.,t of (Ire
by 10 a. m. Tuesday will la' count-
ed in the contest.
Announcement of the prize win-
ners will be made In Tuesday's
Tribune The double page carrying
I lie correct answer* to the ques-
tions will also be printed
Aired Farmer Painfully
Hurl When Mule Kicks
Have Todd, pioneer county rest-
dent, residing on a (arm nine miles
wesl ol I'.l llcno with Ills son
Everett, sustained painful Injuries
In tils ribs lute Friday when he
was kicked by a mule,
A mule became frightened when
llie elderly farmer entered the
barn and barked up crushing Mr,
Twill, according to the report. Pre-
liminary examination revealed that
several ribs were broken and lie
may liave suffered other Internal
Mr and Mrs George Hardison,
(tori Hoiiili Hoff avenue, attended u
seven o'clock dinner-bridge given
Friday evening by Mr, and Mrs,
Morris Moore at their home in Ok-
black I Mrs Urudersuu is survived by
Hie widower, of llie home and the
, mother, Mrs. J. V Cook, Okarclie;
two sous. Herman Broderson and
Marion Brodcrson. botli of El Re-
no; four sisters. Mrs. Alta Mllehel.
pop by smelling the caps on the; reels by the Fox Film corporation
bottles. Her pedigree shows that she was
Thousands of people over tin descended I'xim a long line of
country liave seen "Maedel" chid champion nogs, her sire being
lengc the realm of dogdom to "Apollo Von Huncrateln,” lutcr-
equal her in coming fortli and national gr«na ciiairplou. Shewn,
distinguishing her favorite brand registered with the Aiiierie- >: Km
of elgarcls. It is believed that the nr| c|t,p 0f New York City
canine Is the first and only dog' Durn.g ;ho polili'al dr:> • in'
ever to lie able to accomplish tills 19:10, the clog look hi active pul
feat. in Ed Tr'pp's campaign lor gov-
Whenever the dog was usked how , rnor 0f Oklahoma A ea>; ,VUh
many days in the week slie smoked t|„, 0< ,.H,.|, candidal" would
other brands, she was silent, bid pineed betore 'tie dog, mid
when her favorite was mentioned when she would be asked which
she would bark seven times one site was going In vote for.
Could Balance Oil Cliair she would immediately lake tin
She had maiiv unbelievable feat. "Trapp" can in her mouth. When
m her bug of tricks. Site could Murray’s can was pohfted hi, she
stand on the back of a chair 01 would lie down and pretend she
her hind legs and balance hcrseli Wa.s dead.
with ease. At the command of hei si„. was very friendly and of ,<u
trainer she would jump from •' I unusually gentle disposition for n
two-story window, iimreli like a I d<m, being especially kindly lowaro
soldier, tell the number of day children, hundreds of whom will
in a week and months in the ycui 1 mourn her death
I Wedding Ring Lost 18 Years Ago
By Mrs .11. A* Dover Found Under
Mulberry Tree By Four- Year-Old
AT StOOL LEASH
All Business Men Invited
As hundreds of people sought re-
lief from the continued sweltering
heat, the mercury late Saturday
rose to new levels for the year over
llie state and nation. The Tribune
thermometer eclipsed the century
mark, slopping at 102 degrees at 4
I Altus reported the seasonal ret-
| ord-breuking reading of 104 de-
1 grees ut 2:30 o'clock. It was 102
I at Clinton. 98 at Oklahoma City,
1 102 at Duncan, and 97 at Fredcr-
75 DIE IN WEEK
Chicago. July 16 <U.P>—■'The weath-
erman mixed tragedy and comedy
into Ills rc|x>rl for the nation to-
The deaths of at least 75 per-
sons during the week of excessive
and in some instances rccora
breaking temperatures struck Hit
major tragic note.
There also was a damage toll to
crops and livestock that may la
millions of dollars
Hundreds were ill In homes oi
Washington. July 16 (/P) —
Congress adjourned at tl:25 p.
in. until the short session opens
Washington, July 16. (/Pi—In a
weary finale to its laborious long
session, the 72nd congress made
ready for adjournment after get-
ting the Relief and Home loan
Bank legislation in shape for the
The Senate chamber echoed witli
protesting debate through the clos-
ing hour while that branch waited
determinedly for the surrender
that the House finally made on
the currency expansion rider on
the Home Loan bill.
By the slender margin of 120 to
114. the House capitulated after
twice voting overwhelmingly to re-
sist the Senate vote and insist on
Hie Glass-Borah proposal which al-
lowed for almost one billion dol-
lars expansion of currency.
Hoover To Sign
It was expected that Hoover
would sign the bills. The Home
Loan Bank measure represented
the lust major item in llie bi-par-
tisan legislative program lie foster-
Hoover deferred signing llir $2,-
122.000.000 Relief bill a few duy.->.
Arrangements had been made for
the president to sigu all last min-
ute bills at the capitol, but hi',
entrance was held up for the lust
Speaker John Garner of the
House chose not to wail for ad-
journment. heading for Ids Texas
home with his wUc at twilight to
"rest and fish."
A large crowd of El Reno busi-
ness men were expected to attend
the outdoor dinner, swim and pro-
gram Monday night at Camp
Nonis, Concho The event Is being
s|Kinsored by the Junior cliainbri
of commerce Boy Scout I roup un-
der Seoutinuster Henry Sheets.
Preceeds from llie iiichI ticket]
i.i. hospitals of heat prostration or
sa e w be used to help defray
“Missinif” Girl Is Found
Walking North Of City
Evelyn Jennings! Il-year-old
dniighter of Mr. and Mrs. W. I*.
Jennings, was reported as missing
to police Saturday noon but was
found walking near the North
Canadian river bridge at the edge
of the city a few minutes later.
A story in an out-of-town paper
stated that she was kidnaped but
tills was erroneous.
Mrs. J. T. Wltclier und daughter.
Miss Rose. 1020 South Rock Island
avenue, have returned from a fort-
night's visit with relatives in Mar-
shall and Kansas City. Mo
the expense of the troop in liold-
| other affllealioiis caused by (lie
of the hrollhig
taking lids method to secure funds. I
si that solicitation from business I
men will not be necessary this|
your, Mr. Sheets said. I ,, . , . , . „„
.... ...in i„, „,i „ii another day of torture passed. Flu
■ihe program will la- .tailed |............_........................
lit 6:30 o'clock witli a swim in
Iropieal weal her
Sundown Saturday night brought
signs of relief from millions as
the rump lake. Following the I lath-
ing, a feast, prepared by the
Scouts, will be served to ull those
attending. Alter the dinner an en-
tertainment of various Seoul con-
tests and exhibitions ol Seoul era It
will be held
Member* of Hip troop will vlsd
llie various business houses Monday
to sell tickets for the event.
129 New Voters Reported
In 9 Precincts
| of Hominy, Mrs. Ethel Rodrtck,
For elgldeeu long years a wed- of Inrir home, then at 723 Soulii |
Okarclie. Miss Grace Hoffman, Ok- ding ring, clierlahed symbol of min Mllr,i avenue, was made, but lhcy|
I lahoma City, und Mrs. Dora Dar-
I ling, Okarclie. There arc also two
• brothers, J. B Cook, of El Reno.
! and Arthur Cook. Okarclie.
Comimini.sts Slajjc Upris-
ing in “Black Bell"
Sharp Alters Plea, Is
Fined on Li<|iior ( mini
(SEE NO 1. PAGE 6>
EL RENO 10 PLAY
T W. Sharp was lined $10 and
Chlrugo. July 16 (UT' Police used I "f,rr pleading guilty to a
night slicks and clubbed revolvers! charge ol driving while drunk. He
(0 break up a demonstration of whs arraigned Saturday morning
some 500 whiles and negroes late before District Judge Sam Hooker
today In llie heart of Ihe "black here.
I^H •• | sharp had originally entered a
Twenty-five participants in the plm of not guilty, but the court
demonstration, sponsored by the Saturday grunted Ids request to
Young Communists League as a i change Ids plea to guilty. He had
protest against activities ol Con- ] been brought here last week from
gressnmn Oscar DePrlcst. negro. Enid where hc had been serving a
whose constituents live In the dls* sentence in the county Jail there.
Irict, were urresled. Judgment for the plaintiff was
Five of those held were white j awarded the Local Building and
women, five were wldte men, two | Ixian association 111 a suit against
were negresses and 13 were tie- Gertrude Palmer end others. Fore-
grocs. | closure was asked by the plaintiff.
I.cadets ol the group said a let lei ! — ■ -
bad been sent to DePrlcst In Wash- Bob Allen Mallonce, 112 South
Ington several days ago. demuudlng Barker avenue, will return Sunday
Ihal lie appear at Ids office at 3f»th |mm H visit witli Ids grandparents,
Work ProKressinu On
Counly School Roporl
i . >• _i did not go so far as to look tin-1 • ~
Huge, lay In the dirt exposed to ^ ^ of Uw(r Work Is progressing on the an
the elements. A lew days ago It A loKK.M, explanation of the lossjuual financial report of the Cairn
was found by a youngster end re n( Me ring was made by Mn dlan county schools, due 8opt II
turned to Its owner who welcomed Dcvcr in reminiscing how tier son, *d the office of .State Superintend- |<0 Battle BllskoiW
Milford, about five years old then 'cut John Vaughan. Miss Glen
chummed with William Oruliam. Evelyn McCarty, superintendent,
who resided with Ids parents at reported Saturday
7iio South Miles avenue at that The figure* are la-lug compiled
time, "lie probably carried II there [Imm the warrant tegisiers ol
I, m 1 to plav with and lust it." she f’winty Treasurer John Spencer's
said. Milford, however, remember-1"11‘<<' hik! will Include a complete
i,otldng about the incident. Mi
Graham, who visits here quite Ire
the finding of an "old friend."
Lost week wldlc piaying in lie
yard at 700 South Miles hvciiiI'
Byron Lawrence lleddu. four >rci
old son of Mr. and Mr,
Beddo. was delighted upon llndar
und Slate streets today and explain
why hc had shirked In the fight,
lor rights of Ids own race and used
a heavy hand as landlord of apart-
ments where member* of Ills race
Mis* Charlotte Mae Irving, 419
North Rock Island avenue, will
] spend Monday with friends and
I relative* In Httchenrk
Mi and Mr*.
L Ramsbarger In
a ring under a mulborry tree irv
the house, telling Ids mother "Now j quently, resides In Fort Worth.
I ran have a ring of my own1 (Tex.
It was a broad yellow gold bund j As a reward lor finding the ring,
wedding circlet. On the liii idi which apparently Imd been uucov
heal wave was unbroken In most
sections of Ihe Mid-Continent and
Imd spread to the cities fringing
Cooling winds Irom the Great
lakes sent the mercury sharply _
lower in areas immediately sur-
] A total ol 129 new registrations
in the pre-runoff (wrlod that
cloned Friday, Imd been reported
late Saturday nigh! to County
Registrar J. L Patman, who polnt-
|e<( out that In view ol the recent
ihii-off registration tills was un-
The report included only eight
precincts In El Reno and the Meri-
dian precinct, but rrom all Indi-
cations heavy reglstratlU is pre-
valent over the county, expressing
outstanding interest in this year's
There were 116 Democrats und 13
i Republicans whose names were
listed as follows: Meridian, 23
A game with (lie Ptttsbuigh(Democrats and 4 Republicans; IB,
Panthers, ot Pittsburgh. Tex, has 18 tvmuerats and I Republican;
flnunclal 'atat eiurnt (if each of" the I *>rriJ ... ........ by the M Reno , El Reno. 2B. 16 Democrat* »nd 00
78 districts III Uie counly. The Kl Commercial League Independent*
Reno. Yukon and Piedmont school* p*ere Sunday. August 7. Manager
are excluded Iron, this report. M'*- Himounced Saturday
Attendance figures were complied T''c «*»« P»«y ''ere at Legion
and reported to the shite oftlco P*1* 00 l,'*l waa wccepted by
■ red In 11 .i hWfJ Ml.....I U» UK\mm —■__
few weeks, and for proving the , ... ,, ,
City Women to Receive
Decrees From (’olloife
Mrs John C. Pavy and Mra. J. L.
Putman, but 11 of El Reno, are
Miss l,aVerne >.uuli, *03 Nortli
I Uckford avenue, departed Satur-
day for Hitchcock where she will
Join her mother, Mrs. D. H. Rauh
and sister, Miss Betty Lee. to spend
the week-end with friends anil rela-
could easily be distinguished
initials "H. A. D. to o. M 8."
After contemplating adverlUht Prophet v of the fortune teller,
the discovery and oilier means m ' Byron Lawrence Is the proud pos
finding the owner. Mr. and Mr- ' M,*sor of a new piece of Jewelry
Beddo glanced through the IcF- | f°r *'l* own finger, presented him
phone directory In an eflort , ■ I by Mrs D*V*f
find someone of those Initial*, in Tlu’ returned ring seemed nonejnmong the student* from Canadian
qulrtng of Mrs. H. A. Dcver. 701 'be worse for Its past 18 years' [county who will receive their dr-
South Bickford avenue, it she hid i burial
lost one. she replied that she hail I
missed a wedding ring about l*M Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Braden and
years ago. and the long lost keep Mb* N,n" Braden are llie week-
sake to which much sentiment Is | rl,d guests of Mr. Braden a and
attached, was returned to II* own- I Miss Braden h sister, Mrs. C. F.
rr Matoon, and Mr M a toon, In
.Charlie Caiiecutl, of the Panthers,
In a letter to Prcno last week.
1 he Texas nine have quite a record
Republicans; 3B. 14 Democrats and
I Republican; 3A, 20 Democrat*
sod no Republicans; 3C. 15 Demo-
crats and no Republican* •
In 4U there were J Democrats
and I Republican, 1C. 3 Demo-
crat* and 2 Republicans; 4A, 111
Democrats aud 2 Republicans, 1A,
this season having defeated the 5 Democrats and 2 Republicans
Dallas Black Cllant* « t" 4, Mil- -
waukee in three out of four games; Peter Fedderson. Union City, was
Visit* I'nrtune Teller
Shortly after Mrs. Over missed
her ring she asked a fortune tell-
er where it could be found, and
was told that It was under a tree
near a house. A search under
Mrs. Rollii Isles and daughter.
Miss Frances, 509 South Hadden
avenue, will leave Sunday to spend
tile remainder of Hie summer witli
Mr. Isle*' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
(hose growing in their own vard Claude Isles in (’tildwel! Kane
grees with the class of the sum-
mer term at the Central State
Teachers college In Edmond, com-
mencement services for which are
to Is- held this week
Baccalaureate services will be
conducted Sunday morning. Miss
Olen Evelyn McCarty, county sup-
erintendent, will be among those
from here to attend, being the
week-end truest of Mrs. Eunice
llulcn, In Edmond.
C. C. Coyle, ol Yukon, traiuuiclcd
business here Bnturdav.
Chicago 6 to 5,
At Memphis. Tent), the Panthers
won three out of four contest*
and at Shreveport. La, took three
straight. They were defeated 3
to 2, however, by the All Amer-
ican Indians rrom Hnldcnvlllr, und
also suffered a 5 to 3 turn bark
by the Black Giants.
El Reno will make an effort to
Improve her standing In the Com-
met dal League game Sunday with
the Buskctu of Oklahoma City on
reported Saturday to lie suffering
ft oni a stroke of paralysis.
Generally fair, continued warm
Sunday. Light to imslerate windj
on the coast.
El Itrno tYratlier
For 24-hour period ending at l
the East Fair grounds there, In) P- m. Saturday: high. list, low, n
the last several games the locals at 4 o'clock, 99
have lost by only a small margin
and are expected to come through
with the goods Sunday to murk
up another victory
State ot weather, clear.
Sun rises tomorrow at 4:50.
Sun sets todsv at 7 23.
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Vandivier, Davis O. El Reno Sunday Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 142, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 17, 1932, newspaper, July 17, 1932; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918742/m1/1/: accessed January 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.