The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 169, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 16, 1945 Page: 2 of 6
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Father Victor Dan. Donne, Pastor
Sunday masses at II and 10 a. m.
No evening services
Weekly masses at 7 a. m.
PENTECOSTAL C HITECH OF
GOD — UNION CITY
O P Turney. Pastor
Sunday school. 10 a. m.
Morning message, 11 a. m. by our j
evangelist, sister Redding, of Tul-
P. T P. A.. 7:30 p. m
Evangelistic service. 8 p. m. Barkc; at Woodson
The first of the week our revival j Paul o Whittle, Pastor
has com? to a dose with the ble«>- ciinreh school. B:4fi a. m.
Inns of God in our midst. The p Murray, superintendent
iT *' •’ Vr \\;
El Eeno jCOkla.) Daily Tribtttis
Sunday. September 16. 194S
'PHIS page is open to ali religious denominations. The
■*" Tribune invites every church in the city to place its
announcements m these columns every week. Pease
■»p** that your nnnouncement reaches The Tribune of-
fice by 4 p. m. Friday each week to assure its pnbliea-
tioii in Sunday’s issue.
Announcements from churches in BiKmandimr eo»
munities also are welcome.
CENTRA!. METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHIWCH
l/mdon nnd Barker
Walter M Peay, Mlnlater
jrn i Bible school meets every Sunday
from 0:30 to 10:30 a. m. We have
word af Ood that has gone fo«h ' MomlnV Wm-sh7p service. 10:80^“^ to\ a" flnd haVf *»“»•-
frum our pulpit night after night lifted teachers.
Is starring hearts inside and out!4- in" ®Brmnn: Softness 01
of the building. SIrpngrth," Music: 'How Beautl-
The work In Union City ts new. jful Upon the Mountain"
but provlna a real blessing to Methodist Youth Fellowships
many hungry hearts. Many liave meet at 7 p. m. Junloi hlahsehool
been saved and a numlier filled
with the Spirit already.
visit shut-ins each
MYF will be led by Mary Ellen
Porter. Jnrk Wiggins will ondner
the wor-hlp service for llir senior
Mornlnc worship at 10:4ft a. in.
following organ meditations by
Miss Clarice Jo Imboden at 10:30
a. m. Clarence Brady, will he at
tlie orcan for Uie church service
and Mr. ^ity will preach on “Our
I ford Said. 'Ye Must Br Rom
Saturday who are unable to at-
tend the house of God If you MYF
know some one In need, give nsI Evening worship service. 8 p. ....... u„llr ,
a “all. m. Maurice Etheridge, presiding i wl'h all of the youth of the church i |)0n(IlX it HShVFS
If you are not attending th|s j Smnon; "Working Undei Dlfflcul- "nd >ts friends who are interested
Young people's meet intr at 7 p.
nr. The chnrrh cOtnmltiee on
youth ami Mr. Feay desire to meet i
FIRST MTTHODIST CKtT.CS
R. A. Anderson. Pajtor
Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Guy
Momtng worship services, lOrjri
a. m. Anthem: "Beyond the Silent
River." by Wilson. Sermon: “The
Stewardship of Talents.”
Meeting of- the Youth Fellow-
ships at 7 p. m.
Evangelistic service sponsored bv
the younsr people at 8 p. m Spe-
cial instrumental and vocal must:.
Sermon: 'Praying Throush.”
Monday. 8 p. m.—Meeting of
the trustees In the pastor's, study.
Wednesday. 8:30 p m.—Meeting
of the pastoral relations and lin-
ance committees with the district
superintendent In the Alethln
room: S. Boyd Wll -on. R. E. Pyle.
O. N. Beverage, C. E. Worthen. E.
Patrick. H. C. Hicks. P R Con-
nors. Guy Lanman, Mrs. K w.
Wright. Mrs. J. H Millwee.
Wednesday. 7 p. m.—Covered
dish supper in ihr basement of
the church, followed by ctmrch
conference with Dr. E. L. Joins
presiding Everybody Invited.
Thursday, 7:30 p. in.—Chotr re-
The ministerial alliance has
planned a church census of the
community the wrek of Sept. 23
Williamv and London
A. C. Dubberstein, Pastor
Sunday school. 10 a. m.
Trinity Bible class, 10 n.
Subject: "Creation of Man.”
Divine worship, 10:43 a. in. Ser-
mon: "Livint With Youraelf."
Thursday. Every interested mem-
ber should attend these meetings, (reality, said R. M Mftllonee, local
Sunday. We werj'^memlFr Wp nrr goln|f w develop , fine ! distributor, and on Monday. Sept.
musical program nnd sre urging p pis store will start conducting
every ‘ineer to help in the under- i
revival, you are missing n great I „
opuortunity to hear the straight,
plain word of God that Is sojWorK
needed in these last days. Ai Sunday, Sept. 23. has been set
warning of tilings to come. as budget dav. During this week,
Services each night except Sat- member* will receive copies ol
tuday. We welcome you. the budget for the coming year,
____Informing them of the needs. Your
'pledges will tie received next
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
I will cooperate In this matter.
On Monday. Sept. 24. Central
will uc host to tlie district Meth-
odist Youth Fellowships. Tlie ral-
m. ly his been set for 7:30 p. m.
All MYF-rn sre urged to be pres-
Our fourth quarterly conference
will lie held at 8 p. in. Wednes-
day. Sept. 26. In tlie church audi-
torium. Dr. Jorns, our district
jW|j WALLPAPER - PAINTS H ruperinteudent. hits requested that
H Oet Our Low Fries* H the entire membership be present
m PINAIlltK I Off*1,1"1 i»l»rts should be ready j
B ™ H at that time Remember, you're
■ lVMBJ:R COMPANY ■ lnvlted.
■ Phone 304 M
U C lllbTirAUJll . « j,
in building a youth program. A v\l*C IlTiprOVGCf
good illuming program is assured.
There will be no preaching ser- Among the first of post-war ap-
vlre tonight. Wo want to have
time for this very important plan-
Choir rehearsal at 8 p. m. every
plinncea to trickle Into El Reno
retail channels nrr the new Bondi*
The new, post-war Bend lx Is a
CHRISTIAN* SCIENCE CHURCH
London aha Hoff
Church school at 9:45 a m
Christian Science service at il
a. m. '
Testimonial services at 8 p. m.
In all Christian P-leneo churches
throu-hout the. world a lemton-
sermon will be read Sunday. Rep*
jt ember 18. on the subject "Siih-
! The Ooldetl Text Is: ‘'Faith la
'the substahee of things hoped for,
I the evidence of things not seen".
^Hebrews 11:1). Bible selections
Include the following from Eterles-
Inste.s 3:14: "I know that, whatso-
ever Ood doeth. it shall be for
over: nothing can lie put to it,
nor any thing taken from it.: and
Ood doeth it. that mnn should
fear ljefore him."
A passage from the Christian
Science textbook. 'Science nnd
Health with Kt.v to the Scrip-
tures" by Maty Baker Eddy, will
a] o be included, which reads as
follows: ".Substance is Ihat. which
is eternal and Incapable of discord
and decay. Truth, Life, and Love
are .substance, as tire Scriptures
use this word in Hebrews: 'The
11 be tan ce of things hoped for, the
evidence of things not seen.’ Spir-
it. the synonym of Mind, Soul, or
God. is the only real substance.
The spirit universe. Including In-
dividual man. is a compound idea,
reflecting the divine substance of
Spirit” (p. 488).
FIRST BAPTIST MISSION
a series of demonstrations to which
every homemaker In El Reno >s
| invited to attend.
Mallonee revealed that the 1945
Bendlx, although similar in stp-
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• Variety of Tread
Frederickson's Tire Co.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
J. W. Hodges, p’stor
Sunday school. 9:30 a. tn. Asa
Mayfield, superintendent. Eight
departments; fifty officers and
General worship. 10:ft0 a. til. Ser
mon by the pastor. Subject'
' Gotf’u Servant in the Breach"
Anthem: "T Cannot Know"
Training union. fl.4ft p. m. Mrs
Fred DeBerry, director. Special
assembly program. 7:ft0 p. m.
Evening preaching service, 8 p
;n. Sermon: "Christ’s Stir passim
Love.” Trio by Mrs. Keiuietl
Sain. Mrs. John Neill and Mr?
Mid-week prayer'and praise ser
vice, 8 p. m. Wednesday.
Mission circles, 2:30 p m Thurs
Choir meeting. 7:4ft p. m. Thurs
DR. D. S. HARRIS ’
420 Main Street, Yukon
Phone Yukon 383
DR. GEO. N. RUSSEL
DR. W. A. LAUGHTON
Over C. C. C. Store
Jfflee Ph: 7*6 He*. Ph: 1842
Malcom Phelps, M. D.
203 South Macomb
, Office 62 — Phone* — Rea. 74
P. F. HFROD, M. D.
EYE. EAR, NOSE and THROAT
ftnl National Bank Bldg.
DR. HARRY A. MEYER
Over Oklahoma Tire and Supply
DR. M. NEUMANN
DISEASES OF THE HEART
01NUA1 sl’KUKK »
Phone 447 203 East Wade
DR. V. P. CAVANAUGH
Office 88 — Phones — Rea IMt
Citizen* National Bank Bld(.
DR. T. V. POWELL
Chiropractic Eye Specialist
l#7 H East Woodson
DR. JOSEPH!. PHELPS
Special Attention Ta
EYE. EAR, NOSE and THKuAl
Ole He Pitted
203 Sooth Mictmb fhooo (1
I, Avenue and Roger Street
Herman Powell, Pastor
Sunday school 9:46 a. m. Jim Prance to the last models built
Holleman, superintendent; D j. j before the war, actually ha 14
Carroll, assistant. ) outstanding new Improvements. It
Morning worship. 11 a. m. Ser- operates faster nnd more effi-
mon by the RMlar. Subject: Uy (han m ^ore and makes
"Mowing and Reaping. ; the mb of washing clothes an easy
Training union, 7 p. m. D. J ;one
Carroll, director. . ’
Evening worship. 8 p. m ' ■
If you live in Fair addition and ■ ^ gSk 2k R H-*® ^2
do not attend worship somewhere, ] 9M ^9 ■ d III ^9
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W. E. MEHARRY
Phone 744 .!»• A. Choctaw
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BAKER H. MELONE
ATTORNEY at LAW
TEACHER of PIANO, ORGAN
And THEORY af MUSIC
Mudlon: Fint ChrUtua Church
Sea. Telephone 17.*
In order lo pivo bettor service to my fripmte and polleyhokjera I
have siRiietl contracts to write any kind ot insurance desired. I aelectert
the companies I will represent because of their financial responsibility
and also from the standpoint of the policy holder, in order that he can
KCt the best possible contract at the lowest cost possible. The lollowniK
companies will allow me to pive you complete insurance coverage.
LUMBERMANS mutuai casualty company
This excellent company handles a complete casualty line —-
Automobile, Theft. Ponds, Employers’ liability, to cover acci-
dents to employees, customers, etc., anti other general liability
CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY
A complete line of SICK and ACCIDENT insurance including
accident insurance for pilots and student pilots. Also busi-
ness and professional women, housewives, teachers nnd men
nnd women who need this type of protection.
FARMERS ALLIANCE INSURANCE COMPANY
Complete coverage against fire, windstorm and like coverage
for residential or business buildings.
THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY —
the company I have represented for 15 years, a Rillion dollars in assets.
85 years old, and for years known all over as the low cost company of
the United States. If you want any form of life insurance or annuity
it will save yon money to get my figures before you buy. The educa-
tional plan of the Northwestern Mutual will do the iob when other
plans fail. All war restrictions now removed on Northwestern Mutual
Assuring you I will appreciate your business and will give you
the same prompt and efficient service that has been my policy for the
past 15 years.
207 Citizens Bank Building. El Reno. Oklahoma
Phone-—Office 420; Residence 247
Merle and Floyd Sheets to Jos-
eph S. and Evs Mne Bnin Inter-
est in nf; 9-12-7.
Paul and Harriet Atkinson to I
" i | Brans avenue. ~ho .undervetrt*
HoSDitai Notec imaJ°r option Sep* 7 in th
I luapimi sanitarium, was dismissed Satur
Mrs. Lester West 1110 West aaJ' , _ „ . _ . „
Wade stmt, was admitted Friday j J- Haynes, Rusn Spring
It. nl n. .->4 . . r _ a 4 . J 4 Vi a 17*1 Donn efl Vti ta Plilf
to the El Reno .sanitarium for j entered the El Reno sanitarian
medical treatment. Saturday for medical treatment.
Mrs. Ira Platt, Edmond, who was I Thomas Williams. Oklahoma Ctt!
Umghren J. Leisy. Lots 3, 4. 6, ' was aUmUted Saturday to tlv-Ort
un' * *nd *’ bl0ClC 2' fi,°neS ad* | missed Friday. '.to hospital for medical ireatmen
T°” *1® n^"”- M p . j Mrs. Thurman Springer, King-1 WiUtam Pelerka. son of Mr. an
Ether^sS. i^3^38n M. flSher' "n<1 ^ Blchard IjM' MrS WUU#tn 100
40, 41, 42, 43, 4* 46, 48, 47. 48,
49. 50, and 51, block 24. Fair ad-
dition to B Reno
Oklahoma Railway company to
E. L. Stanshury. All lots | to n.
Ineluaive, and Interest in lots 19.
20, 31 and 22. blprk 89. E) Reno
Assignarient af OH and Ga* I-ease
Werner A. and Pearl B. Hirseh,
Dnrrat ,and Sammie Hurst. Ida E.
nnd D. O. Ridgway and Evelyn
Hurst TUlman to John Canada
Oil and Gas Lease
Frank D. and Annie Bixbv to C
H Burgess, SE 23-11-7
horn in the El Reno sanitarium Hoff ayenue, was 'admitted Frida
Sept. 4. were returned to their to rile Catto hospital for medic.'
home Saturday. 'treatment.
Mrs. Clarence Helton, 200 North __
Donald avenue, end son. Melvin I Mrs Lenora slone’ Anadark
re Roy, born in the sanitarium underwent a minor operation f
Sept. 5. were removed to their the Catto hospital San«rday.
home Saturday. ■
Mrs. Delmar Myers, 1412 South
Mr. and Mrs. M Blomh»-«», S02
South Hadden ayenue,, and son,
Technical Sergeant John i„. ...
Hlotnberg. of Clovis. N. M.. letum-
erl Prklay alter =|>ending a week
in Caldwell and Wichita, Kan.,
and Kansas city. Mo. Sergeant
Blomberg departed Sattuday morn-
ing for Clovis, where he is sta-
tioned with the army, air force,
after .spending an eight-day fur-
lough with his parents.
Now Open At
320 South Bickford
DAY or NIGHT SERVICE
A. E. Doke, Owner
for SECURITY ond
COW TORT wcaY a
R II L B S
Bourne Drug Company
III Sooth Bickford
DON’T LET IT LOOSE IT’S VALUE...
Don't be caught unawares-your home can deteriorate without yoi
knowing it-check up on it now! Call 230 and let one of our e>
perienced staff examine your house, and give you a free esfimai
for needed repairs.
Do Your Painting Now
"ALLIED AGAINST WEAR"
The El Reno Lumber Co.
IS EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR
ALLIED PAINTS IN EL RENO
Manufactured and Sold By
ALLIED PAINT COMPANY
El Reno Lumber Co.
115 Norik Evms
'Right Southwest of the Courthouse Square'
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 169, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 16, 1945, newspaper, September 16, 1945; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc919987/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.