El Reno Sunday Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 142, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 17, 1932 Page: 2 of 6
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EL RENO (OKLA.) SUNDAY TRIBUNE
SUNDAY, JULY 17. 1932.
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“Service That’s Riirht"
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Phone 445 Phone 445
Woodson and Barker Streets
on the nnrrow streets
A third suggestion was forth*
The pastor has returned from a coming to the effect that local
residents keep their own cars off
the main streets, to help the tour-
trip to the null, and will be In the
pulDlt at the morning hour—10:50
o’clock. The choir will sing u spe-
cial Mrs. McConnell will sing solo. lHl*' Mnnltou's largest summer "In-
and the pastor's sermon will be dustry" find plttees for their mn*
short and Interesting. The service chines,
will close about 11:45 '
Mr Hensley will call the Sun-.piKE'S PEAK LAROKATORY
fh10?' *° 0rd'T1,U 9 ** sharp opened FOR TIIK SI MMER
and the Leagues will assemble at 7 , ColorBdo 8prllw. Oolo (UP,_
p. m. Thl* church will unite* with Alpine* laboratory, which nestle*
th» churches of the city for the* on the slope of Pike** Pe*ak, ai
open air aervice* at H p. m. Mlnchnhn, haa been c>i>ene<1 for the
~ --r*. " laummer
^ rHf^FNT 'll'] Ht'.V Vui.IU FM PT P"'d,’rlrk K rl-n"’n,k «>'n
?rNr ri ,~r.in .»«• ,*?•
T . bura. Cal., has taken charge* of the
row mnln streets in the popular
- 0uiiati’a Amuurarrmrut!? -
REORGANIZED CIIUKt it OF JE-
STS CHRIST OF LATTER
Sunday school. 10:00 a. m.
Junior service, 11:00 n. in.
Rcligio, 7:00 p. m.
Evening service, 8:00 p. m.
Every one invited to attend the
Brass Tacks on the Sunday School Lesson
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ( HCRt lfES
I "Life” will be the subject of the
By f>R. ALVIN E. BELL
'The International Uniform Les-
son for July 17 is Exodus 11:1-12
:tfl, especially 12:21-28, the Golden
Text being I Cor., 5:7, "Our pass-
over also hath been sarrlfired, ever
Lesson-Sermon in all the Churches
of Christ, Scientist, branches of. . , _ . .
The Mother Church. The Fm. 11 o go out from Egypt a three days
GOD SENT Moses and Aaron to
Pharaoh to mnke the clear cut de-
mand that he permit the Israelites
Church of Christ. Scientist, in
Boston, Massachusetts, on Sunday.
July 17. 1932.
The Golden Text is from Psalm-
Journey to sacrifice unto Jehovah
in the wilderness.
In response Pharaoh suggested
a series of compromises which
present day. "Sacrifice to you God
in the land" represents the U-inp-
tiition to avoid conversion and se-
my salvullon; whom shall I fear,
the Lord Is the strength of m>'
life; ol whom shall 1 Is- afraid?"
Among the citations which con-
stitute the Iicsson-Sermon is the
following from the Bihle: "Jesus
said unto tier, I am the resurrec-
tion, and the life: he that he-
lleveth In me, though he were
dead, yd shall he live” 'John
Tlie Lesson-Sermon also Includes
I he following citation from the
series of ten terrible plagues cul-
minating in the death of the first
bom child in every home/of the
Egyptians. Against all these Pha-
raoh hardened his heart and re-
fused to yield to God’s demands
until after the final blow fell,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Comer Russell and Evans Sts.
Hugh BoydsLon, Minister
116 North El Reno.
All of the regular services are
planned for to-day and beginning
tomorrow night we will engage in
a two weeks singing school each
evening at 8:00 p. m. promptly.
No admission of any kind the pub-
WILSON FUNERAL HOME
gtie of death God gave Moses min-
ute Instructions for their being
passed over" by the angel of
death and from this the ordinance
obtains its name of "Passover.” A
lamb without blemish was to be
taken from their flocks and its
blood sprinkled upon the lintel
and the side-posts of the door
of every home as a sign of the
lunation from sin 4 .... . , “
“ , .. faith and obedience of that house-
"Ye hall not go very far away, ... .. . ‘ 1 ,
.... , . ... . bold. Meanwhile within the house*
suggests ;i half and half religion rtll
, ,,,,_____ ,____ *____ hold all was in readiness
bringing death throughout the land. £ The ser-
e assover Instituted mon at the morning hour will foe
To prepare the Israelites for! -some thoughts from the story of
their exemption from his final pla- Daniel. 11.00 a. m. The evening
scarcely distinguishable from gros:
worldliness. "Go. ye .hat are men 1"j *" ,0od\ <om-
.. _________ mond. The final meal of the :;a-
ond serve the Ixird," is Satan's ef-
fort to keep religion from be-
coming a matter for the whole
family, wives and little ones in-
crificlal lamb was being eaten as
the family stood with staff in
hand, ready to begin their jour-
ney. The unleavened bread and
Christian Science textbook. "Sci-'''[uded. a"d l" confln<> 11 10 cha»v lllP bitter herbs of the feast sym-
"•■i" youl" fillies and your herd, f/0m th* ^
age and dominion of sin. The fact
that it was observed in the homes
of the people symbolized the place
religion must have in home and
once and Health with Key to the
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:
"Life is real, and dentil is the il-
lusion. A demonstration of the
facts of Soul in Jesus’ way resolves
the dark visions of material sense
into harmony and immortality.
Man’s privilege at this supreme
moment is to prove the words of
our master: "If n man keep my
saying, he shall never sec' death ‘
FIRST CHRISTIAN < HUH II
Church school, 9:30.
Morning worship, 10:45.
C. E. societies, 6:45.
Union services, 8:00 j
A real emergency has arisen and!
all members of the church are ask- _ _____ _________
ed to attend morning services to- __ _ j Kansas City, Mo., (U.R)—The dea-
da.v A very fine short summer/ "YOUR NEIGHBOR’S LOAD" ron,t of the Community Church are
service lias been prepared. The "Bear ye one another's burdens," 1101 fit associate's for her husband
lx* stayed,” is the devil’s effort tc
divorce religion from business, mak-
ing the one "sacred" and thp olhei
Moses’ reply, "There shall not
an hoof bo left behind," declares
that business Is equally sacred
willi religion and that nothing
may be withheld from consecration
lo God and his service.
Amidst this series of attempts
to get Moses to compromise in Je-
The Passover Fulfilled
The full significance of the Pass-
over Supper Is seen when our
Lord merged it into the Lord’s
Supper upon the eve of his own
sacrifice for our redemption as the
Iamb of God that taketh away
hovnh’s requirements there fell up- the sins of the world. Thus “Christ
on Pharaoh and the Egyptians a our passover is sacrificed for us."
By Rev. James E. McConnell
OBJECTIONS TO DEAC ONS
Imuncc committee c.>.|H-tially asks
that If impossible to attend, mem•
tiers send envelopes immediately to
1 lie church treasurer.
During the American Revolu-
*Ion the n:-my was throwing up
some breastworks. General Wash*
Our school attendance Inst Sun- lnBton walk|nR down the long line,
day wus near the 400 mark Par- ramr u))0n a corporal, who was
fits are asked to cooperate in ev- etching ids men straining to put
cry way to keep Ibis high standard „ heavy timber. General Wash-
of attendance 11 Is suggested that | limlon said "why don’t yon help
"Sunday Trips" be made after the I those men?" He said “I am the
morning services. 'corporal" "I am the general."
You have 11 cordial invitation to I s$»ld Washington, and at that, lielp-
altend any and all services of the Id t)lP struggling men put over
resort town of Manttou have long
presented a problem lo the city
Varied suggestions have been
forthcoming from various members
of the city council, In an effort
to allow tourists an opportunity to
park the automobiles to enjoy the
resort shops and at the same time
prevent reinvest Ion of the main
arteries of travel.
A parking lot for tourists was
advocated by one council member.
Another suggested the "keen mov-
|<-ff" p|c" »«rV)'»t-l|i»« "*rkfn>.
laboratory, devoted to research In
forestry and garden plants, as well
ns In radiation and other heat
phenomena. About a down sci-
entists will be engaged In work at
the laboratory this summer
un nom non
8wwnnscn, Mhsr. (UR) -A brother
she thought perished on n whaling
voyage 65 years ago. settled In
Rvdney, Australia, and lived to be
72. Mrs, Elisabeth Riley, 82, learn-
ed rerentlv one of the long-lost
brother's three children located her
church. We have plenty of fans
mul will make It as cool ns possi-
CHRIST UIIURt II. EPISCOPAL
500 South Barker Avenue
8th Sunday after Trinity
Holy communion. 8:00 a. m.
Church school. 9:45 a in.
Morning prayer and sermon, 11
You nro cordially invited to at-
tend these services.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
0-30 n. m. 500 Wanted!
lo ;io “Jesus Could Not”
8 p. m. Bible Way Out!
Are you weary, discouraged and
"ithout hope? Well, the Sunday
•tight message upon "The Bible
Way out of the Depression" will
renew hooo, faith ami love. Our
church building Is cooled with a
cooling plnnl and added fans;
we are free from annoying bugs
and the sermons are brief during
the summer. God gave us eight,
additions so far this monlli and
we are praying for ten tomorrow;
please bring your unsaved friends.
Buptlsnuil services follow.
Music is n helpful feature at
each service and Director R. A
Bruce Is IcuditiR eongregiuion.i1
singing in n great manner. The
morning nnlhcm by the choir Is,
"What Shall It Profit a Man." The
solo part by Mr. (' G. Waltson.
9:30 11 m. Our Bible school calls
500 members to rally. Parent*
should bring the children. The
Intermediates have a splendid
playlet, for the opening.
1030 to 11:30 n. m, Morning
worship. Subject: "When Jesus
Could Not Pray." Hear that an-
them Climax day of dedicated
7 p. m. Noah wants to see you
at the Baptist Training School
2 p, m. We go to Kingfisher for
B Y. P. U. conference,
tie hour In a comfortable building
Conic and see!
Each Wednesday night we meet
for a helpful service at 8 p. m
Tune In to the radio program
ench Friday nt 9:30 a. m, over
This homelike church Invites yen
to fellowship, friendship nnd wor-
their load The world is full of
folks who selfishly stand by and
let their neighbors and friends fall
under heavy loads, and never offer
a lift. A few carry the civic bur-
dens of the average community.
Often mers of the Inrgcst mean*
let a few men of small means, but
large civic interests, carry the bur-
dens ol the chamber of commerce,
the charilv work, the Boy Scout
work, and the churches. Our
churches arc full of folks that
unload on the other fellow. They
don't even carry their own per-
sonal burdens, let alone lighten
the load of a fellow less Strong I MICHIGAN SCIENTISTS
because six of them have been dl
vorced," Mrs W Kurt Miller charg-
ed while seeking a divorce.
Col. Ruby D. Garrett, her hus-
band's attorney, entered a prompt
objection. "I am one of the dea-
cons of the church." he said.
But Mrs. Miller's attorney, Judge
John I. Williamson, was equally
quick to take exception. He, too.
is one of the deacons.
DATES COME EASY
hour will be given to a discussion
of some Bible theme. Come and
I ear the gospel.
Uhiireh of Christ (u UniHtocl
Tlie church is indeed forlunatc
in securing the services of Brother
O. L. Watson of Lubbock, Texas,
for a two weeks song drill. Broth-
er Watson needs no introduction
to El Reno citizens having lived j
here in the past, at that time a j
member of the Christian church,
having had charge of the choir at
that church for a number of
The public Is cordially invited,
nnd there will be no admission or
tuition of any kind.
I IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURC H
Corner of Wade and Barker
Services for Sunday, July 17th.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Church services at 11:00 n. m.
Rev. If. J. Reemtsma will prench.
There will not be any services in
the evening due 10 the Union out-
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
901 South Hoff
E. H. Pittelko, pastor
10:00 a. m. Sunday school.
10:00 a. m. Bible class for adults.
10:45 a. m. Services. "The voic-
of the people is the voice of God"
is the old proverb. Is that saying
true, or is it false? Can a Chris-
tian be populur with men and at
the same time lx- popular with
God? The theme will tie "Popular-
ity v. Truth." Matt. 7:15-2:! All
welcome. Come nnd hear the mes-
sage of the cross.
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THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH
600 South Ellison St.
C. E Weidensnul, Minister.
10 a. ni.—Sunday school. Wilbur
R Anderson. Supt.
11 a. m.—Morning worship. Ser-
mon theme, "Lovingly Yours."
j 7 p. m.- -Junior and Senior Chris-
jtian Endeavor. Our people nre
TO ENGLISHMAN urged to attend and support Ihc
j Union service op|iosite the |xx,t
Detroit, (U.R) Emil Ebelson, an office this evening.
Englishman, who filed application i prayer meeting Wednesday cvc-
for citizenship here recently, claim; nlng nt 8 o'clock. We Invite the
he has little difficulty remember- public to worship with us in any
ing important dates. j or all of our services.
He cited six reasons. _
D. H. Brown’s Pure Jersey Milk
Delivered to your home twice daily.
T. B. tested and handled under perfect
D. H. BROWN - PHONE 9528-F2
His wife, lie said, mine to De-
troit from Liverpool, July 4. 1917,
His children were Born: July 4,
1926; Christmas Eve, 1927; Hal-
lowe'en. 1928, and I,abor Day. 1930.
Ebelson said he rnme here July |
and able lo carry burdens.
All around us are men and wom-
en cringing under heavy burdens.
Some are falling Under finanrlal
loads. Others are hampered by
bnd health. Trouble is breaking
Hie hearts of our next door neighs
bor. Hardships and reverses are
inking the heart out of thousands
around us. Every day we meet
those who nre under lho load of
sorrow All are longing for a
handshake, a smile, nnd n word,
that we could give. We ran not
take the load olf nil our friends,
hut we lighten them by a kind
word, a cheer or a boost. The
hardest tasks, the greatest trouble,
nnd the bitterest sorrow, Is softened
by a word of genuine sympathy
and love. Often, when we feel
like giving up. a letter comes from
a distant friend, that heals a
broken heart, or gives us a now
lease on life. Often In our fight
for the right, we toll nnd pray
nnd work, and seemingly nobody
cares. But one day n kind hearted
soul clasps our hand nnd says,
"you nre doing a grent work. I love
you, nnd the community appre-
ciates you" After all the very es-
w-nre of Christianity Is lightening
the load of others, encouraging I
TO LEAVE FOR GREENLAND
Ann Arbor. Mich. (U.R)—Planning
to winter in the Arctic a party of
University of Michigan scientist':
will leave here this summer for
The party, led by Professor Ralph
Belknnp. will Include three stu-
dents. Mnx D e ni o r e s t, Evans
Schmoltng nnd Herbert Gardner.
They will spend the next 12
months studying the Cornell Glu-
rler. where they plan to locate
their base camp.
Professor Belknnp. an engineer
nnd geologist, will direct the study
of Ice movements. The parly will
mnke nerologicnl studies by send-
ing up pilot balloons to record
temperature, pressure humidity nnd
wind direction and velocity. Gard-
ner. a botanist, will spend most of
his time studying plant life on Lit
nunntnks. small rock Islands. Re-
mote Wnndel Land, loented north
of glarler, will be surveyed nnd
CIVIL WAR VET TR1 ING rO
PROVE HE DIDN’T DESERT
Mr. nnd Mrs, John F, Newcomer,
of Ardmore, nre guests of her par-
ents Rev nnd Mrs. J, E, MeCon-
" ...... n'miie
Mt Clemens, Mich., (UR)—Joseph
the down-hearted, and soothing the Barney. 92-year-old Civil War vet-
sorrows of others The iaat words 1 rran, ts trying to prove he dldn I
of General Booth, the great foun- desert the Union Army, as wai
Another great evangel!- (lrr lln() lrn()rr of lhe records show The records Barnej
a comfortable building ArmVi wprp "others, others. In ‘n*1*1"' nrf mistaken.
the rush and shuffle of life, help "* Wt lost, from my eompany
others bear their burdens" the 5th Mlchlgnn Infantry," he
__ said, "and Joined another com-
EUONOMV PRACTICED I pany after the Battle of Oettys-
Owwosso, Mleh, (UR)—Orla Bailey, | burg, I was assured the trnnsfer
Shiawassee county former nnd self- had been made official." The vet-
styled candidate for the Republl- rran Is trying to collect »4non pen-
can nomination for governor, has sion he claims the government
his own Ideas nbout political eco- owes him.
nomy He la thumbing hi* way ■
nbout Mlchlgnn. stopping with rein- Misses Ixiralne Donnrllnn nnd
1102 E. Rogers
Rev J. B Lewis, pastor
Sunday school. 9:45 a. m.
E D. Kroger, su|x-rlntendcnt.
Our 8undny school Is growing I
In number nnd In interest. Wc!
have a busy Sunday school. Come
with us nnd wc will do you good.
Sunday morning sermon by pas-
Gleaner’ devotional hour, (l oo p.
E I,. Pearoek, teacher.
Evening service. 7:45 p. m.
Subject, Wanton eyes; nnd what
It will bring to us.
We are going some where nnd
don't know where, come tonight
nnd find out. And In that day j
seven women shall take hold of
one man. saying, we will eat our
own bread, and wear our own ap-
parel: only let us lie railed by
thy name to take away our re-
proach. Isaiah 4:1.
And now, O ,ve priest, this com-
mandment Is for you.
If ye will not. hear, nnd If ye
will not lay It to heart to give
glory unto my name, salth the
Ix>rd of hosts, I will even send n
curse upon you nnd I will curse
your blessing: yen, I have rursed
them already, because ye do not
lay It to heart Malnchl 2:1-2.
His mntchmen nre blind: they
nre all Ignorant, they are an dumb
dogs, they cannot bark: (droning,
lying down, loving to slumber. —
Isaiah 56:10. ,
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PATENTS INVENTION Fish nnd Onmo Department ' All
Juneau. Wis. (U.R) - A device
which, Its Inventor believes, will
lobsters that fnll to respond to an
electric shock by a shnrp contrne-
tlvea and friends every night. His Alice Marie Weber have returned
rnmnnlun ho ho*v** will <*#vi* n f*n* h****’' i*a Wnr*h
Memnhtn. Tenn. (U.R) — LeRov
Nicholson, negro, was sore. His
oirl wouldn't go riding with him.
He went to her house nnd threw
bricks and stones through the
windows. Some of them struck his
ladv-love on lhe head and he was
hailed Into criminal court, on a
charge of assault with Intent to
Miss Ix'na Allison, who attends
summer srlioot at the Oklahoma
university in Normnn, Is unending
the week-end with her father. J.
T. Allison nnd sister, Miss Lida
516 South Macomb live*
revolutionize the work of wlndov of l(ip (nu or hv movement*
asrsiT - - *—
r.enu carpenter. United States pat-
ent officials said It was the only MUSEUM EXPERT LOSES JOB
method known to them for remov-1 Grand Rapids, Mich. (U.P» Al-
Inp an upper window sash from though his business la n million
the inside without first removing, years old. Henry L Ward has l(*>t
the "parting stop." a molding which his Job Ward, a nationally-known
holds the snsh In place Sehoepke’s i museum expert, who has been
Invention permits the sash to be iMxmllng mastodons most of his
taken from place by pressing n life, has been dismissed as director
spring which controls a metallic of the Kent Scientific Museum,
I K|0p , because the city Is reducing ex*
1 MMTLOl HI CATCH RNAKRI
Babcock. WIs. (U.R)—Unemployed | OXEN DO FARM WORK
men nnd boys of this vicinity hnve Antlgo, Wis, (UP' A team of
taken to catching pine snnkes, oxen does moat of the draft work
which are sold for 11 nplece to the on Frank Jeropkes farm. Jeropkc
Field Museum, Chicago, which Is
conducting n survey lo determine
how fast the snnkes grow nnd
how far they travel. Each snake
has a different pattern nnd a din*
gram la made by a museum nitent.
before It I* released.
ELECTRICITY TESTS LOBSTERS
Boston (UP)—An electrical device,
developed by a professor ut Boston
university, to determine whether n
lobster Is fit to be eaten, recently
began training his team when the
oxen were two years old nnd has
used them for six years for plow-
ing. cultivating and dragging. He
plans to start training another
FREAK l*IG HORN
Dexter. Mr (UR)-A pig with one
eye, no nostrils, and with a sort
of miniature elephant trunk with
an air passage In It, was born on
Lvnn Jewett’s farm reeently It
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