The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 63, No. 241, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 7, 1954 Page: 4 of 6
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The El Reno Daily Tribune
A Bine Ribbon Newspaper Serving A Blue Ribbon Community
El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune 1
Issued Dally except Saturday from 301 North Rock Island Avenue
and entered as second-class mall matter under the act of March 3, 1879
HAY i. DYER
, Editor and Publisher
DEAN WARD LEO D. WARD
Business Manager Managing Editor
IItRRY S( IIROEDER
Clrrulation and Office Manager
Ml MBIlt OE TO* ASSOCIATED Pit! -s
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of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well us all UP) news
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DAILY St'BHCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN CANADIAN AND
BY CARRIER ADJOINING COUNTIES
One week ---------------f .25 Three months______________$175
One Month .... ------- * 110 Six Months_________________*350
One Year . *1100 One Year . $650
Elsewhere In Bute-One Vear $850-Out of State____11100
Including 8ales Tax
Timdai, December 7, 1954
(iod so loved the world that hr gavr hi* only begotten *on — John 3:15.
We cannot explore the heart of the Infinite, but one reason why an
earthly parent loves his rlhidrrn so dearly Is because he sacrifices for
them Tlie wisest mortal ha* not been able to explore the majesty of
Ood * love. It is Infinite
Argument Has Little Merit
•THE cry was heard in 1946 ami now it in heard ujrain:
the president should resign because the country has
veted into power a conjrrea* of the opposite party. Hut the
arirument has little merit, and otiirht to be abandoned
once and for all.
First, any president who followed that course would be
setting a pattern that other succeeding occupants of the
White House would presumably lie expected to match. And
the net effect of such a practice would lie to reduce the
presidential term from four to two years, except in those
fortunate |*riod* when his party held congress throughout
the whole elective span.
The U. 8. constitution clearly specifies four years as the
president's term, and it seems unwise to suggest that it lie
amended by resignation.
Second, if it did liecome the practice to quit when a
hostile congress was voted in, then any president would feel
com|>elled to conduct an off-vear election campaign everv
bit as exhausting and time-consuming as the presidential
There is absolutely nothing to recommend this. It is bad
enough that member* of the house of representati\*es must
seek re-election every two years.
ASK any congressman and he will almost certainly tell you
he has just U>gtin t<> learn his job as his freshman term
is ending. He really needs two or three terms to become a
For the president, the problem is far more acute. Ilis
burdens of administration are tremendous. In two years'
time he can hardly get past the beginning* of his legislative
program. The time is too short to judge his effort pnqierly.
If, on top of this, he were called on to electioneer like n
congressman, his op|H»rtunities for convincing |ierformancc
would t«e oven fewer.
A third objection to the resignation proposal is that it
rests on a couple of false assumptions—that the |ieople
mean to repudiate their president when they elect a hostile
congress, and that no president can function successfully
unless his own party controls Capitol Hill.
Even a jandslike defeat for a president's |»arty in con-
gress doesn't necessarily indicate his repudiation. Witness
19HK, when Republicans gained 80 house seats only to kis"
resoundingly to Franklin l>. Roosevelt again in 1940.
IjM RTHERMOKK. president* have for a long time lieen
functioning with—or against—hostile congressional
aggregations, with from fair to surprisingly good results.
In 1917 and 1948. when President Truman was in the
White House and congress was Republican, some of the most
im|N>rtunt foreign policy legislation in this nation's history
was adopted—(>reek-Turki«h aid. the Marshall plan, the
North Atlantic treaty.
The late FOR <>i*Tute<l from I9.'l8 through 1944 with a
congress which, while nominally Democratic, often aligned
in conservative Democratic-Republican coalitions that fought
him. S et we were able to prosecute successfully the greatest
war in our history.
Even on domestic matters. Mr. Truman hardly fans!
wKter with a Democratic conge** than with the Republican
80th Mr. Hoover is |>erha|M the most striking modern ex-
ample of one w ho did suffer from such a division of control.
But on the whole, this argument, like the whole case for
resignation after a mid-term election reverse, is weak. L*t
the president travel the full course.
Tuesday, December 7, 1954
if Jf < f< ft/
7, 1941. The Japs have at-
Pearl Harbor! And
quicker *n a cat can sink its eye
we're In the middle of two wara.
One of our own w ith the Jape and
England's war with the German*
Much has been written and said
about how and why we became
Involved in these wars One that
the then current administration
provoked the Japanese Into at-
tacking m order tor us to find an
excuse to enter the European
situation Another that the Japs
were provoked Into the attack In
order for us to find a way out of
the economic crises with which
we were at that time faced An-
other. that blundering on the part
of the United 8tates mUitary ma-
chine left the door wide open for
the Japanese to make a grab
at the Philippines and Hawaii,
which maneuver they had long
contemplated but hadn't quite felt
safe to try Whatever the reason
are *11 too familiar with the
Flower Club Meets
With Mrs. Erbar
Cepyngbt I >a fcf C bases
Dntnkahsg by NU Wr*c*.
IXAOOETT'H refusal to be shavrd
doaen project* that wrre W-
had a beard that rivaled Rex Btout's | mg carried on He sauntered around,
and Which almost completely con- an occasionally amused, a more
cealed hi* disfigurement Ruperts' I ItequrnUy bored spectator. Until,
*mall mustache burgeoned Into a that Is. he grew rest leas
noble affair with long waxed points j Ho far a* I can see” he' com-
but he was too sophisticated to do j plained to Hannah, "nothing has
justice to cowboy regalia 1 been done about lelrc.-ung the
What you need," Daggett told Orand Opening No one has put
JXN1 Y Kuby remained aloof He | He was walUng quietly when Ore*
U did not offer to help with any I came striding up to him. wearing
a bright flannel shirt and a brighter
him "la to replace that modified
boy *cout suit with the kind of out-
fit that used to be wont by sptelets
at the old medicine shows" Hr
fumbled about among a pUe of old
posters he had unearthed and dug
out one that pictured a man Ut a
high silk hat. tail coal, ruffled shirt,
tight pants and thtgh-length bools
It was not until dreg made a
hasty trip to the state capital to
consult dignitaries about this re-
vival of the Old West that the full
extent of the collective illusion hit
him Even |n Solomon s splendor I
Down Memory Lane
Huprrt could hardly hair been con-
aplruoua now Hie town waa plas-
tered with posters, telling the peo-
ple about Dead Man's Ouirh Pasty,
skinned men with concave cheats
and convex abdomens strutted
alone the street on the way to dr*k
or counter in 10-gallon hat* and
chap* The department suae had
replaced nylon* and home perma-
nent* by riding boots and firearms
The general effect waa mildly syn-
thetic but the dream a as there
Uteg encountered a young Indian
college graduate and arranged to
have him bring some mrnibrra at
his tribe to Dead Man s Ouirh for
•he Orand opening, to provide local
color and at the same lime pick up
some money for themselve* by tak-
ing orders far moccasin* itotng
dance*, or selling ptrture po»traixto
the proposition up to Crain I rant
hang around indrfinltely In my
)‘>b a man la forgotten too noon
I've got 10 stage g comeback and
do It brfore lone “
"Greg will take care of It." Had-
nail aseured him
"Maybe’" Kirby corked an eye-
brow at her.
Whal do you mean by that?”
"The truth la,” Kirby admitted.
*» though surprised by himself
"that whal I rare most about it
brtiig popular w ith you "
Hannah looked at him quickly.
seekuig lor *ome indication that hr
waa making fun of her
"iVe never known a girl like you
before I ve been fighting clear of
entanglement* with women But I'd
like to marry you “ He laughed with
around hi* neck
Oreg'a I land shot out slid gripped
"If you turn In Rupert." he said
evenly. “I swear you 11 get a press
that will makr you think you won
a popularity contest when you were
bounced out of your last Job "
What » Landuaky to you?” Kirby
exrUimed In irritation
He » a good guy But even If he
•ergot I wouldn't let you get by
• uh a thing like that Rupert has
my word that nothing Is going to
happen to him here ”
"I couldn't care lews."
• e •
7REO turned on his heel and
Kirby, after a moment's re-
flection went through the hotel to
the first-floor bedroom where, for
»everal days Daggett had. in his
own words, "been taking thing*
Daggett wared his good hand at
a chair When Kirby had sealed
himself he asked. "What's on your
Ttb about the television pro-
|N JULY 1941 we stood on the
1 wharf at Seattle and watched
Uw big crane* dumping tons of
*crap Iron into the hold of a Jap-
anese ship. A man who had aa a
chief engineer on a freighter been
in many port* said wed be get-
ting u alt back In the shape of
bullet* within tlx months and
w hen I asked why he said we were
going to war with the Jape and
were helping them to get ready.
"If men In your position are
this well acquainted with what I*
going to happen, what'a the mat-
ter with our Intelligence and why
don t they atop It." I asked and he
looked at me aa If he couldn't be-
lieve any one so naive could be
loose In the world, and said. “Stop
It? Who manta to stop It? They've
Just got It made " and I said "I
don't want to go to war. or at
least I think I don't and there
must be many like me. Why cant
the people stop it?" and he said
‘ Aak your congressmen " Of course
I didn't write any letters to con-
gressmen I've written my letter
*° my congressman when I go to
the poll* and besides that I didn t
take too much stock In what the
engineer had to say anyway.
Mrs E. H McComas was elected
president Monday evening of the
National Association of Letter Car-
The meeting waa held In the
home of Mr and Mrs McComas.
205 North Macomb.
Other officers elected were Mrs
Harold H. Suite.-. vice president;
Mrs George Watch, secretary; and
Mrs c. R Shaw, treasurer.
Husband* of the auxiliary mem-
bers were guest* for the evening.
The bmuncas session was preceded
by a covered dish dinner at 7
o'clock, served buffet style from a
lace covered table. Christinas
tjreenary, red tapera and red and
silver Christmas ornaments center-
ed the table.
Red and silver Christmas angels
decorated the quartet tables at
which the guests and members
A white elephant exchange was
the paatune for the evening.
Pie-cnt wera Mrs. Lyman Shu-
mate. Mr and Mrs. Harold H Stin-
es, Mr and Mrs. James Moorman.
Mr and Mrs C. E. Shaw. Mr. and
Mrs. John Shaw. Mr and Mrs
Haymond Pettit, and Mr. and Mrs
Next meeting will be Jan. 37
with Mr* Moorman. 903 South WU-
Mrs Nancy Erbar presented a
lesson on "Amaryllis" for members
of the Tulip unit to the Flower
Garden club Monday afternoon at
her home. 819 South Elliaon.
An article on Peonies and Iris
was given by a guest. Mrs. W A.
Htrsch. Mrs W. A. Duff discussed
wrlnter care of roses and Mr*.
George Purcell talked on wax be-
Other guests were Mrs. Millie
McDonald. Mrs Lola Pedderson.
Mrs Harold Erbar. and Mrs. Pete
Bingo was played during the
social hour with Mrs. Sam Free-
man winning high. Guest prise was
presented to Mrs. Pedderson.
Other member* attending were
Mr* Mabel Tollefaon. and Mrs.
A Christmas party and gift ex-
change will be held Dec. 20 at the
home of Mrs. Freeman, north of
Look and Learn
Session Held By
Members of CWF
1. About how- far beyond th<
earth's surface does Its almosphert
2. How many points are there or
a Maltese cross?
3. In what year was Oeorgi
Washington first inaugurated Pre-
sident of the U. 8 ?
4 Of what Is "laughing gas" com-
I. Which fish poaarases the most
bones to the cubic Inch?
1. About 630 miles.
3 In 1789
4 Nitrous oxide.
6. The common shad.
IIUT whatever the reason a*.
fact remain* unalterable that
»e the people elect the congira*
and that whatever they do can be
checked back to our account And
w believe In democracy and
atrlye to maintain freedom we
must believe that sacrifice plus
coat equals the greatest good to
•he greatest number of people
which la the goal of any adminis-
Mrs. Jonn U>renaen. 417 North
Evans, was hostess Monday yve-
: ning to members of the Christian
Women s Fellowship Guild of the
1 First ChrUUan church. She was
j assisted by Mr*. Trra*te Wage.
Members brought Christmas gifts
to the meeting for the Christian
, c hurch children * home In St Louis
A bufttnee* tension waa conducted
! by Mrs Theo Conley
Mias Louise Spear* had charge.of
(he leanon and introduced Mr*
Sam Erreman. a guest, who told of
her recent trip to the International
convention of Christian churches
at Miami. Fla.
Mrs John Fitch gave the devo-
tions on "Joy To The World "
Other gueats were Mrs Harold
Fnx. and Mrs J O Roberta pre-
'•dent of the general CWF
Other* attending were Mr* Flor-
ence Spears. Mr* Charles Fen-
wright Mrs H C Dnater. and Mr*
Next meeting w1H be Jan |7 with
Mis* Roar Witcher. 715South Bark-
Mrs and Mrs Wilbur W Maser
who are located at 501 Weot Martin
plan to leave Wednesday for Okla
homa City where they will eatabli-J
■ar.Tsi s’jz rjiatir:
suing to support a wife." he went rtrp ^ ^ ^
on more briskly. 'Tve got to get *
new contract If Beaver wool take
»tep» I will *
What can you do?”
I have a bargainuia point * As
she did not understand he added
' Ruprr t landuaky ”
He watched while Hannah ran
out of door. and after a quick look
around aet off. skirt* flying, hair
-baking down around her neck to-
ward Oteg who aa* *uprrrialiia the
unloading of diahe* at the rrnUu-
KNI. DTP5 V , ,W* 7* ,M4 „
Jr'1 RTEFN mrn-lmir .*ii|iervi*or* in C anadian county be-
Ifan their actond check-up on contract compliance*
l,n*i plan h» complete their dutiea not later than
D9C- V; ** w* ■BMounoffd today at the county aiient'a office.
t oldest weather of the aeaaon. Urne Into Oklahoma earlv
thu mommy by a stiff north wind. »ent the mercury to lift
dejfTeeg above iero in El Reno and an low aa 12 above at
other (mints in the state.
Two major problem* face the unofficial committee on
an old a*» pension. Ruben RiNldie, chairman, said today
after a conference with (Tremor-Elect E. W Marinnd. The
-Jin »- 1 J? l* "hat obligation* of the state
S&&&ST Th* ...............
w.iftLft* annual election of officers of the Kpiaco|ial guild
sin.K,Kr;Mr>'A M •—■ -
I Movie actress,
7 She Isa-
14 Walk, ass
child ^ Hturdl
15 Cotton fabric
II Store fodder £ 5
II Organ of
21 Pale colon ....
board 27 Islandaoe
26 Aromatic barb n 7™*,
2? Ettranga * Inventor m
22 New f?1?, .
24 Rind anew P^ofraphy
Antwer to Previoue Puttie
*• Dispatched 45 Demolish
II Note* ut 45 Pswage in
Guido's (rale the brain
17 English river 47 Sleeping
SI Rata away furniture
55 CNurrh official Iff Important
11 Duration maul
12 IWsrd the M Before
sheltered aide 12 British money
12 New Zealand of sorount
timber trse 53 Grab
Crain takr* him for a Itahtweiaht
and. after all. I've had year* <>f
experience and a big name In radio "
Daggett corked a sardonic rye-
brow "Your name at thn moment
I la mud”
"I can't go through the rest of my
life with amne»ta.' Kirby told him
taprratelv "You are bolding a gun
al my head It might be star to re-
rail that I have sume ammunition
"If you mean Rupert." Da net I
•aid tranquilly, "you've got a blank
cartridge I've got friend* In the
Htafe Department and I've pul the
matter up to them After the Grand
Opening Rupert la to leave the
' country and make a legal re-entry
Aa for your amneala. it's in your
own hands "
Klrbv flung out his hands "Whal
I do you want me lo do?"
“Oet in touch w ith Ferkm* widow
! and we that *he is provided with
j erne mean, of support I don't
I c are whether you have to hamstring
j emmet! for the real of your life
1 But make || good ”
• And then?” Kirby asked
"And then," Daggett said, "we re-
j lease our publicity "
iTe Be < eoUMoedi
About Home Folks
Mia* Fern Parker. 2411 Sunwt
h** **»' Wgfnysd m
ta local office of the Oklahoma
Oaa and Bertric company pUn.
Wednesday for Fayette,
rtlle. Ark . to be with her parents.
*“■ *bd Mr* Noland Parker Mu«
Parker ha* enroied In the Untvrr-
•By of Arkatua* far the
KENNEWICK Wash -UiEv- The
highway department wishes people
weretiT surh creature* of habit
Traffic count* taken since a new
95.000900 futu-lwne brtaife acroa* the
Columbia River was opened to traf-
fic »how 60 percenl of the traffic
*Ull Use* I he okl-twv-lane span
Mrs Ouj E Hetfridge. Ill South
Roberts. 1* reported Ul al her home
Mr* Wayne Mason of Amev Ma-
loc county, was a guest Tuesday In
the home of Mr* At isle Rate* Saw-
ytr. 210 South Ruck Island
Slipping or Irritating?
Dni We mWnxaM by low tala*
VMth kites*** aeupptna « eel
warn you *a< «*!> ar lausw
•leinkie s mi - ruruN -*
THE BEST DEAL
IN TOWN ON NEW
Ti Li V I - ION s| 1 VM»
SALES & SERVICE
til H. BieMnrd
I Irani* Adaau E. /u-k-worth
it fi*** at*** •
r-m.rsaM* *»n*e *1 *4M rosliSt
heidine pi*la* mar*
nrtnlr Me tummy, ,-aer. P***' «••*»
or iMiinj I- • *m*lli*r i*ua-*eM>
0*1 IssTtmt at anr drua counM*
Adding Machine* fir Da
Ire t ream I rrrirr | (.al l Sffr Da
Neaer Rod. 59c D*
r**l Hole Digyera Ur Da
lawn Mailer* . Mr Da
iertllhre spreader* _.. 5ffr Da;
rtoar Pwinber* Mr I Rn
E tor let* Hedge Trimmer 340 Da;
L tor trie Drill 1**____LM D»
fable Hander*_______IN Dai
spinner Hander* .........Ltff D*]
Ildar Edgera I 55 Da;
Typewriter* - ..... Ul M*n
■--- 456 Dai
EL RENO HARDWARE
Mr*. Clem A Cherry. 413 E**i
Wade. Mr* M L Rirnmon*. 1231
Baat Oak. Mr* H M Kervaga. north
of El Reno. Mr* 8 H Fteter 739
South Elltwm and Mr* Jewell Till.
3439 Town* End drive, attended the
meeting of the Order of the Ea.tern
Btar of the mate of Oklahoma in
Calumet Monday evening Mr* Rr-
n#*i Castle of Marietta. Worthy
Orand Matron of the organisation,
made her official visit al Iht* tune
NATURE'S OWN LAXATIVE
t ONUTIPVnON i* usually caus-
ed from the lack of vitamin* and
Minerals — YITAKRACKED
WHEAT ha* those vitamins and
minerals that nature bsaurws i>n
the grain for natural regulation
Try It I
( aotala* ill the
AT \OI’R (.HIM KHS
Mr and Mr* John Oarrett 24S0
Towns End drive had aa their
o'clock dinner guest* Monday eve-
nine. Mr and Mr* Chester Brhror-
der of Clinton
|toe. 7* 1941
K‘ R.KN0 '• ’’nr «»o cit iea in Oklkhomit w hich have (men
chnxen to hro S ictory ahhut «f tl.« f S. mnntimc com-
ZXXr' n ,Mr h,"H,1r'/r (i' MNTOtsry or the
CMmlmr of rtimntprre. wna informal today.
tkg nert v-lTwItat‘"n Officers f„r
^ W Vprfnemlay ntirht at a meetin« In the achonl
°" ,,ul,',‘n*1 Mr*. Allan M Adams, ( nnrh.. wa*
nartii'd chairman and other officers t hown are Mrs tew
R Ane II vie ch.lrm„,, Ml. Mart, K-kSlt 2J3ST
aSJS-frbW-Wi J*"1 R bet*- 'Mrupuli*'
45 Rady pari
45 Puffed UP
19 Ruhhed out
•7 Wee pong
I Nail d—actor.
7 Cubic meter
4 Pre and ——
Problem a Day
A train BYrtwce* 49 mile* an hour
and has Mo tnito* the start over
train which Ira vela at an
A H Holland of Dallas. TV* . waa
tha weekend guest in the home of
Mr. and Mr* k*rl It*me* ]049
( rttrlc Fat
Rierage speed of 73 miles an hoour
a triage speed of 72 mile* an hour
How long Will It lake the second
tram to overtake the rust tram?
» hours Bubtrsrt 40 fiom 72;
READY MIX CONCRETE
Cwsverete I lnl»bsrs
TANK WAGON DELIVERY
Rwalh End Barker Avewwe
HOME LOANS FOR
Building — Buying — Repairing
100 MONTHS TO PAY
El Reno Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n.
207 Enwf WfYod*on
We re feeding thousands of cattle
daily. Well furnish your tanks and
floats free of charge.
— 24 Hour Delivery —
WATSON SEED (0.
—J»i*t Arrnnn Kmm the Water Tttwpr-
1101 South Rock Lluid i’lMHvew 2n7-2m8
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