The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1939 Page: 2 of 8
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
Thursday, march id, i»a|
THEY WANT TO HE I'LEHES AT WEST POINT
Lilly Home Is Scene 01
ID 'I'RIRI’NE CORRI'sroNDINT j
CALUMET. Mar lfi Mr. anil '
Mrs. Ernest Lilly entertained a
group of their friends at a buffet
nipper Saturday evening Bridge
was the diversion. Glenn Henrich-
sen winning higli for men and
Mi- Bob Johnson scoring high !or
the Indies Prank Hutchison and
Mrs. Tom Hurst received tlie con-
Those to enjoy the oi fusion were
Mr and Mrs. Frank Hulcliis n.
Mr and Mrs oienn Heiirlrhsen.
Mr and Mrs, Horn Jar Icon. Mi
ami Mrs Nelson Eckelberry Mr
anti Mrs Tom Hurst. Mr and Mi
Bob Johnspii of FI Reno Ml and
Mrs. Ray 1 aughthi of Oeutv
The H E G dub will meet
Thursday. Mar 23. in 'he home
ot Mrs Emma Kappn of 11 Reno.
Mr and Mrs Bob Johnson of
FI Reno spent llv week-end with
Mr and Mrs C W 1 )i p< pent
Wednesday afternoon m Ok .ilvm.i
s J \Y
l ida i
W I Sindh and
Mr and Mrs Ray 1
daughter Beverly Aim
Willi Ml and
FYenrh 1 nnghl
several dav-. t
lie pasl week i
Mrs A T j
Steiger. Rm Steiger
iilirl '»n. ijor .
G B Crump
.ihfi ilnii'j.htrr !
Geraldine spent W'eiine da
t oon m Oklahoma Cm
Mrs. Ina Sand and dauglilei -
Mr and Mi's II ward fIordan.I
spent several days with friend aid!
relatives in Rocky
Mr and Mrs, Louie Andersen
spent Sunday with their daugl-'er.
Mrs J B Snow |Jr Snow andj
son ol Oklahoma Cm M: Snow i
underwent a major opi imiui la-i
week and is reported to In- im-
Mrs. Jane Garland of Tubal"
spent the week-end with hoi di.
Gene Balenti. Mr? B >nM undj
Mr and Mrs Troy C and
children spent Sunday m Geary,
where they weie i ■ 1 "1 Mr oal
Mrs R l Johnson
Ml and Mrs Club Antler ell
and grandson. Dan spent Suniln
evening in E! Reno
Mr. and Mrs R.n 1 auctilin and
i hildren of Geai
dinner guest.- of Mi aim Mi
Irvin Ppnwriglu and ton Joe
Mr and Mrs Bu ei Balenti of
Tulsa spent the we< k-enJ with
ihe latter's parents Mr
Mrs. Lem Arm M om
fumed froir. a visit v uh
iit in Holdenville
Mr. and Mr Mhcr
visited In Gearv Suiala'.
Miss Nellie Shuman
homa Cm spent the
with her parents Mr
Harry Moon and
Mrs I.awreni < st .
ter. Shanw Lou. oi F
MASSIVE BATTLESHIPS FRAMED BY WINGS OF PLANES
Industry Is Sustained By
•STATE COLLEGE. Mar. 16 -<U.fi> •
The petroleum innu.vry eacli year
I uses 1 200.COO (MX) barrels of the
14 000.000.000 barrel reserve of •
crude oil. but at the end of tlie !
year there i; just as much known
oil in the United States, says Dr (
Svlvain Pirson, petroleum and.
natural gas engineering head at
the Rent! Stale school of mineral j
Declaring that the petroleum in- 1
dustry "does not live on its re- j
erve.s, but on it- new discoveries,”!
I)r Pirson scoffed at prediction I
Hit supply of crude oil in the I
United Stales would be exhausted
m 10 to 14 years. |
"Every year." Dr. Pirson said,
ihe search for new oil fields goes !
mi unabated, with all the resources
that the sciences of geology, phy- I
ics and chemistry place at the.
disposal of the petroleum engineer I
Oil Prospector Gets Credit
"Petroleum engineering is one
profession in the mineral indus-
tries where tlie prospector still
plays a large role, tlie professor
aid "Armed with the knowledge j M„ d Mrs R A Uwls and
.which the various sciences place j (hlldren t,ntert(linecl with a bridge
at ills disposal, he finds, year in
ATTACKING FORCE—Here it an interesting picture showing some of Uncle Sam's massive attack-
ing fleet framed between the wings of planes aboard the plane carrier Lexington, during the re-
cent war games in Caribbean waters. This was part of the famous Fleet Problem 20.
and year out. enough new oil fields! ')ailv Sutuulay ni.lii
to make up for the yearly with-
Those to enjoy the courtesy with
the host and hc.sle&s were Mrs.1
Arthur Do", and children. Oscar
OWiiVooo' barrels” were' discovered i rtnri M?.xilK‘- Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
in tlie East. Texas field, enormous t
quantities of reserves are brought
to light; at other times, as in 1936.
tlie oil prospectors' discoveries are
tiificient, although that year they
laiied to reach tlie black side of
Mr and Mrs H. S Dixon
i and children. Roy and Maxine,
Mr. and Mrs Harry Berg and Clyde
Mrs Bernard Dow and Mr. H,
S. Dixon received the favors for
the ledger by a mere 20.000 000 bar- jnitl scores.
HOPE TO BE GENERALS—Resident, of many
stales and of Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the
Dominican Republic, 263 hopeful youths re-
cently took final examinations in New York tor
entrance to Uncle Sam's military academy at
West Point. Exams included mental and physi-
cal tests. Above are scenes from the mental
examinations. Note in top panel how they are
>eparated. Close-ups show phases of conco.n-
rration or exhaustion. At bottom, sailor, soldier
and civilian—Herbert Braid of the U. S. S.
Phoenix, Edward F. Poole of the 16th Infantry
and Alvin Goldberg of Ellensville, N. Y., pass
in their papers to Colonel C. W. Baird. Success-
ful candidates will receive notice in time to be-
come pJebcs on July I.
Alabama Will Observe
Bird Dav On Mar. 21
The petroleum expert said the
time when this country will .start
drawing on its reserves is still far
He estimated unlocated reserves
in this country at 55.000.000.000 bar-
rels and perhaps even as much as
100.000.000.000. In Pennsylvania, lie
pointed out. water flooding to a
depth of not more than 3.000 feet,
has assured the eastern oil in-
dustry a long and lasting reju-
venated life. A survey by Fancher
Barnes of similar methods used in
Oklahoma and Kansas. Pirson said,
placed the recoverable oil ni 3.000,-
Based on calculations made by
Alexander Deussen for a well-
known and developed territory—
Harris county. Texas -it is esti-
mated iliat ihe gulf coast of Tex-
, as and Louisiana alone will fur-
nish discoveries amounting lo 10-
000.000.000 barrels, as against
known reserves m the same torri-
■ torv of 5.500.000.000 barrels." the
geologist said. "If these figures are
extended to other known produc-
Mr and Mrs George Biby and
children were Sunday dinner guests \
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher
Mr and Mrs Frank Jones and
daughters Alice Mave and Patsv
Sylivn Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Wll- j
liam King pent Monday evening |
witl Mt at Mrs. R, I Bri m in
cf Corner Door.
Mr Andrew Halko spent Sunday
afternoon at Oklahoma City, visi- 1
ting Ml Halko who is ill at llie ]
St. Anthony hospital Mr Halko,
is reported improving
Mr and Mrs. R. A. Lewis and 1
children. Laton and Vera, were
supper guests of Mr and Mrs.
Harry Berg Wednesday evening.1
the occasion being Mr. Berg's J
VALUE and QUALITY
ARE SUPREME IN
GROUP OF IMPORTED LINENS
. . . and Xubby Rayons, formally S3.95- Now $2.98
WASH SILKS AND PRINTS
SPUN RAYON FABRIC'S
Formally SI. 95—Now
CHILDREN’S WASH PRINTS
Sizes 5 to 14—98e V alues—Now
ONE RACK OF SILKS. CREPES
AND SHEER WOOLENS
GROUP OF BETTER DRESSES
Values to $7.95—Now
SPRING HATS in Now Designs
EL RENO FROCK SHOPPE
U’0 \orth Rock Island Miss Mann. Owner I'linnt*
William Jacobs cl at
J liam 1 Jannehl I ol 1'»
Mill hell j Hi I>1<" k 4 Okarcta
^ 1 uke F Coiuie.ss t i] in Ren-
. 'altilli J Coiilie s el NW 35-13-5
Oil \inl (.as I, iscs
R J. am! 1 am i J Merrill to
I jean 1 Phillip; S S\V 3-11-5
The Prospect compam In Deep
I Rni k Oil corporaimu SW NW
H 1 and Edna 1 Morris in O.
I ! Snyder W NE and K SE and
NW and SW 25-14-10 and W NE
Friday with the urine]
Mr. and Mrs Gordon l
Mrs. F E Smith v..i •'••ed u
Oklalioma City Iv I a i •>) II.
serious illness of her ta'hei
Mrs Richard Dole VIl Kail ’ ] anii SI 24-14-10
Leighton and Mr- Wllham Leigh- | Elizabeth and F ,\ McCarthy,
ton spent Wedne-da*. i" iiimn - ' Paul aivi Kathleen H Lm'sen
Mr. and Mi- Ra\ Laughlhi and
children of Gear wcie i1 , .in" -|
MONT (SOMI'.R V Ala Mai 16
UP Gove nit r Frank M. Dixon lias
id aside Friday Mar. 24 is Ala-
in 17 and i nm.i bird dav. the 31st consecu-
tive year the event has been ob-
Alabama was tlie firsi state in
ilie union to observe bird day and
since ihen many other states have
■ei asidi a day to recognize birds
a economic and esthetic assets.
Wild Life week will be observed
Mai 19-25, sponsored by the Ala-
haina Wildlife federation. Sale of jug areas as well as non-producing*
wild hie stamps will be promoted ; areas, it is quite possible to place
throughout the stale, according to j tlie figure of unknown oil reserves
Tim Ford* Ie<’.oration secretary at perhaps 100.000.000.000 barrels."
R K Bun NW 11-14-1(1
in Calumet M
Mr. and Mis Roy Mitchell o;
Oklahoma City tin ' li trend 1
and relatives Ivre Sunday
Mary Jean Ti* mp i tt • "ighter
ol Mr. and Mrs or« i Tlioinpson.
is spending the week with nv.i-i
tives in Oklnhom, cm
Ronald Rio. !■ !.:. of Goan
!pent 'lie week-eiu y 1 'its gratu ,
parents. Mr and Mr Irvin Pim-
Mr. and Mrs Frank Hutchison i
and son. Don, spent Sunday eve- I
ning in El Reno
AID PROMISED Kit KISTS
HALIFAX. N S Tlie S'
John Ambulance .■ .a'rui isi|>'
lo have first aid po-i n; operation
along main highways oi the prov-
ince by the time the ummei rea-
son is at its peak according to
Lieutenant-Colonel l-' w Mungo,
Anderson Green. El Reno high-'
schol basketball coach, was re-
ported 111 todav with an attack of
influenza at his home. 216 South
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In The Amite-
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. MARY CARLISLE
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Sure It's 1st Rim'
A gun full of load and
a heart full of fightl
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1939, newspaper, March 16, 1939; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920006/m1/2/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.