The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 53, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 8, 1938 Page: 2 of 10
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1!
- (Elrurrii Amtmmrm? ttta - TEMPERANCE UNIT
fiOl North Evan* Avenue
Rev Joe Lewis, Pastor
Sunday school «^9:45 a. m.
Ohaners service. 6:30 p m.
Evangelistic .service 7:30 p m.
Don't forget our revival begins
this Sunday with Evangelist Doug-
las Priesen In charge There *111 be
special music and singing every
niyht with Bill Wilhite in charge
of the song service. '
Remember there will be two ser- i
vices daily—9:30 a m and 7:30
p m Evert- one Is welcome.
“No creed but Christ, no law
THIS page is open to all religious denominations. The
* Tribune invites every church in the city to place its
announcements in these columns every week. Please
see that your announcement reaches The Tribune of-
fice by 3 p. m. Friday each week to assure its publica-
tion in Sunday’s issue.
Announcements from churches in surrounding com-
munities also are welcome
Mrs. Lafe Basey Hostess
SACRED HEART (HIRCH
Father Victor Van Durme. Pastor
Sunday masses—Low mass at /
a. m. High mass at 10 a m.
Sunday evening services at 7:30
Weelc-day masses at 8 a. m.
’ CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Bickford and Jenkins
Rev. E. A. Own. Pastor
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m Mo-
ther's day will be observed with
appropriate songs and readings
RIVERSIDE SUNDAY SCHOOL
C. P. Hambay. Superintendent -
Sunday school starts at 9:45 a.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
We have services at Riverside1 WwiS<,l and Billy Oeorge Taylor,
bring your mother as schoolhouse one and three-fourths ,n ®fiat wfts a very Impressive
.miles north of Banner Bring your servi<* Mrs. Harrison led the
BY TRIBCNF CORRESPONDENT
PIEDMONT. May 7-The Wo-
I men's Christian Temperance unlop
| met for an all-day session and
1 covered dish luncheon at the home
j of Mrs. Lafe Basey Tuesday.
A special Mother's day program
was presented Mrs. Jimmie Har-
rison. county W C. T. U presi-
dent, tied a bow of white rlbbor
on her grandchildren. Peggy Irene
Mrs. Ray Myers, Yukon, was
reported Improving Saturday at tlie
El Reno sanitarium, where Friday
night she underwent a major op-
THIEF’S HABITS KNOWN
FORT WAYNE. Ind. Police
know (where to look everytime a
liccketbock Is stolen In this city.
The thief has established a prac-
tice- of throwing the pocketbooks.
niter emptying the contents, onto
Ihe roof of a (Jowntown theatre.
CINCINNATI, Ohio (U.R) — Street
car operator In Ctncinratl have
been warned they are not exempt
from obeying all traffic regulations.
Municipal Judge Samuel W.
fined Melvin 'Ourland. a mo
man, for reckless “driving”
For Quick results use 0
Tribune Want-Ads. Phone 18.
C. E Lauderdale, 8ayre. under-
went a major operation Saturday
morning at the El Reno sani-
I IRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
R R Hildebrand. Pastor
Church school. 9:30 a. m.
Morning worship. Mother's day.
10:50 a. m.
C. E societies. 6 30 p. m
Evening services. 8 p m
Mother's day! Day of days! In
all the year most dear! What a
Morning worship at 10:45 a m.; Bible to use In Sunday school class.1 |1raver consecration and the
Strmon by the pastor 8peclal sing-1 Evangelist Ralph Shear of Okla-! proup ,0.'nwl 1,1 ,ln«lnS "When He
ling. Subject of sermmon: “Some boma City brings Ihe message each j
Mothers We Have Known" 8unday. I Presert wei-e Mrs Addle Towe.
Evening service at 8 p m Evange- Every one welcome. Come and Mrs Eades. Mrs, Ruth Har-
ILstic service Oood singing by choir bring a friend. IrlMn Mrs .Haael Taylor. Mrs Neva
State Examiner Is Seek-
ing Fourth Term
N. Y P 8.. Hl-N Y. and Juniors
meet at 7 p m
Church school board meeting at
8 p. m. Monday
Prayer meeting it 8 p m Wed-
nesday Anna Mae Woods, leader.
N. Y. P 8. and Sunday school
*one rally Friday night at the
fitting expression of love our pres- New Hope church,
enre m church denotes Our prayer Prayer and fasting Friday noon,
Is that the sentiments and expies- 'beginning at 13 o'clock,
siojis of love made today may find > visit our church and be con-
an end ^Christian love and ser- vmml of Its friendly spirit You
vlrr A faithful following of Christ nn> welcome 6v the entire rongrega-
CHRIST MEMORIAL EPISCOPAL
Barker and WatU
P. R. Abbott. Vicar
Third Sunday after Easter.
Holy communion. 8am
Church school. 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon,
Monday— Bishop's committee
meeting In the study at 7 p m
Thursday—Women’s guild meet-
Ussary, Mrs. Doris Wessel. Mrs.
Georgia Robinson. Mrs Nellie Ba-
sey. Mrs Ethel Oray. Mrs Blanche
) Garten. Mrs Mary Basey, Mrs.
Daisy Ratcliff. Mrs. Laura Kimball
Mrs Gillie Baker. Mrs Ada Gar- j
ten. Mrs Mary Silvey. Mrs Blakf
Steele /end Mrs Ruby Taylor
Mr and Mrs Allen Every and
n d : -rrender to Him Is the only tloa
te expression of our filial
‘ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
»> „ ,o— o, _ 5-tsr n:
orvnnlmtlons as our honored gueets.
A flower "love gift” will be pre-
sented to the oldest mother, the
youngest mother, and the mother
having the largest family present.
Following our custom, we ask and
lirgt that everyone blng flowers
and memorial plants for the ser-
vices We are desirous of equaling
the floral display of last
Mother's day service Our mothers
of the churrh will serve the com-
munion for these special services.
We earnestly Invite the public to
our services for both morning and
Ing In the home of Mrs. Eugene
l Flanagan, 900 South Bickford ave-
nue, at 1 p. m. Choir practice at
'7:30 p. m
! Andrew 3 p m
Testimonial services at 8 p m
A free reading room maintained
at 107 East Wade street, where
the Bible and authorised Chrtatlan
FIRST METHODIST CHI'RCH
500 South Rock Island Avenue
W R Johnson. Pastor
Sunday .school at 9 43 a. m
Morning worship. 10:50 a. m.
Science literature may be read. This service will be held In memory
purchased. Is open l0f "Mother " Anthems "Thy Mercy
vear't I —'/ * "• *® 4 30 P- m **' 'Calls Me bv Ollbert and I'll
cept Sundavs and legal holidays. Never Forget You. Dear Mother.”
The public la cordially invited to by Coerme
attend the services and to use the ' ,
Epworth league at 7 p. m.
Evening worslilp at 8 p m.
Prayer meeting at 8 p. m.
daily from 1:30 to 4:30
“Adam and Fallen Man" will be
the subjeet of ■ the lesson-sermon
In all the Churches of Christ.
Scientist, branches of The Mother
PENTEC OSTAL CHURCH OF GOD church. rint Church of Christ
1102 East Rogers 8treet Scientist. In Boston Mass on
I N Burke Pastor Sunday. May 8
Sunday school at 9 45 a m E L.I The Oolden Text Is from Isaiah
TVfirdrk. superintendent , >9 20 "The Redeemer shall come
11, family and Mrs. Mary Bennett
have Returned following a brief
vl&U with relatives at Rogers. Ark
Orval Baker of Oklahoma City
la spendh g a few days with his
parents. Mr and Mrs. JFred Baker,
and with other relatives and friends
Mfss Oeorgla Smith of Edmond
•pent the fore /part of the week
nt the home of Mr and Mrs R. L.
1 Coach C. A. Morris and the
I Piedmont hlghsehool track team
participated In the Intersrholastlc
track and field contests at Okla-
homa A. ard M college In Still-
water Friday, returning Saturday.
Mrs. Rose Amis, district deputy,
of Covington, was a guest of the
Piedmont chapter. Order of Eastern
Star. Thursday night
Mr. and Mrs. John Whelan and
L. O. Wessel were among those
who heard Herbert Hoover speak
at Oklahoma City Thursday night.
BIBLE BAPTIST CHI'Rt II
1205 Sunset Drive
S Lee Kidd, Pastor
WM' 10 Nominated For
'Grand Old Man’
TULSA. Mav 7—(AV-Ten nom-
| Inees have been rained for the
OKI AHOMA CITY '.Mav 7—<U R'
—John Rogers. 85-year-old state
examiner and inspector, had the
least number of opponents today
of any candidate seeking re-elec-
tion to state office.
His lone opponent was John
Davis. 56. Muskogee accountant
Both Rogers and Davis are Demo-
crats No Republican. Prohibition
or Independent candidates had
filed lor the post shortly before
the filing period was to close.
Rogers will be seeking his fourth
term He first was elected slate
examiner In 1926 In 1930 he de-
feated a field of six opponent* and
duplicated his victory In 1934 a-
galnst five opponents.
Office Pays 13.000
The examiner and Inspector must
have had at least three years' ex-!
perlence as an expert accountant.
The state constitution provides that
“his duties shall be, without notice
to such treasurer, to examine the
state and all county treasurers
books accounts, and cash on hand
or In banks at least twice each
year, and publish his report as to
every treasurer once each year."
The position pays $3,000 per year j
An assistant examiner is paid
$2,400 per year Hie last legislature
provided for 14 deputy Inspectors
Some legislators favor a con-
siderable Increase In the appropria- 1
tion for the examiner's office be-
cause of the Importance and wide ■
field the office covers An appro-
priation og $83 937 50 for each of
the fiscal years 1937-38 and 1938-
39 was provided by the last legisla-
TO THE LADIES:
We’ve made an appointment for you
Wednesday Evening at Eight
To Attend Our
We Will Present—
Mr. Harry Brown, featured hair-stylist of Kerr’s Oklahoma City
Beauty Salon. Mr. Brown, recojfniied as the Southwest’s leadinir
artist, will dress anti style a number of models in coiffures of
beauty. In addition he will lecture on the proper care of hair
and scalp. Don’t fail to attend this exclusive demonstration.
See our newly remodeled shop offering the latest in equipment.
We have added the nationally-famous GABRIKLEEN Waving
Machine that produces jiermanents that truly wave in glamour,
lustre, and downy softness. Then, too, our NORMANDIE Dryers
are so silent—so quick—so comfortable. And our electric mani-
cure machine is quite surprising.
ELITE BEAUTY SALON
PEARL LAIR, Prop.
21b South Rock Island-
P. S. Ol’R SEATING CAPACITY IS LIMITED. COME EARLY
m. by to Zion, and uqto them that turn
Morning sermon at 11
navtoc. Ironi transgression in Jacob, with
Junior leapt*' at 6 30 p m John- i the Lord ”
niC AC:m*or_ leader Among the citation* which const!-
P V V A at 7 p m Stella tute the le.saon-sermon la the fol-
Meredlfh president lowing from the Bible But there
Fvangell*tlc message it I pm went up a mlat from the earth,
bv Rev. Ira Burke and watered the whole face of the
Bible school at 9 45 a m Lesson: | Mile of '‘Grand Old Man of the
Mark 1. Petroleum Industry" to be be-
_ _ _ stowed at the International Petro-
Prem lung 11 a m Theme: "The lfum exposition here. H. R. Qru-
Mother Whoar Name Shall Be Cal-1 b*r. old timer* committee chairman,
led Blessed Read Proverbs, Slat has announced
chapter At our morning service The award will be. made May 15
we will give a Bible to the oldest
mother present, the youngest mo-
_ „ _ . , . ,ther present and the mother who
T. • T *round And ,he Urd °°" f0rmw’ bring* the greatest number of
.. mVJEZfjsn r,........
• ■ mother* to attend with 1,01 life: and man became a living lh th who has
Young peoples night 7 30 p m
alter la I Mother’s
I Soul " i Oeneala 2 6 7) nurab,r 01 ch'Wrpn but the one
The Uaaon-sermon also Includes who brln"' thp number to
Tuesday. Brother Lloyd Rush will the following citation from the rhurfh
bring the evening message with Christian Science textbook, "Science Sunday it 3 pm we will baptize
" i I singing and Health with Key to the Scrlp-
Thuraday at 11 a m, morning turea,’ by Mary Baker Eddy "Splrl-
fenices with fasting and prayer tually followed, the book of Oenesls
for the Lord, and tn visiting those la the history of the untrue Image
who are sick of Ood named a sinful mortal
Thursday night at 7 30 p m, |Thla deflection of being, rightly
P r meeting with the Lord viewed, serve* to suggeat the proper
ble tng and having hi* wav [teflerUon of Ood and the spiritual
Mnudav night May 16. the j actuality of nun. as given In the
Pentecostal Church of Ood will tlrst chapter of Oenesls tp. 502>
have a young people’s rally at our -■ ■ .... . __
as a Itature of live tenth exposi-
tion. A granite morument ded-
icated to ell's pioneers will be
All candidates have been In the
industry at least 50 years They are: j
James Franklin Hudson Brad-
ford. Pa ; Homer T Iaimb Tulsa
A W Gordon Tulsa; Samuel B
I cngfellow Hominy. Okla.; C. M
Stalgers, South Pasadena. Calif;
Jim Brann. 'Bartlesville Okla . K
M Selbv, Marietta. Ohio: A L
Etnymer. Tulsa: J. E. Craablr
Tulaa. and J W Vantlne. Tulsa
Rogers investigations throughout
the slate have resulted tn a num-
ber of public ofllclals receiving
prison sentences where it was estab-
lished in courts they were guilty of
embezzling county or state funds.
The examiner In reality is the
state's auditor because the state
auditor inspects no books other
than’ those in his department The
examiner may audit books of anv
of the state departments.
BY NEW CHAPTER
home church here Especially do
re Invite aU the young people of
Fl Reno to attend this service and
m * how the young folks can find
in serving the lord So plan
PIEDMONT BAPTIHT ( IH RCH
R H. Catlett. Pastor
Sunday school at 10 a m.
.— Preaching at 11 a. m
on i*ing with u* In this service , B Y P U at 7:15 p
Don’t f">f« that on Mother’s day ley Miller, director
Sunday we are giving a box of Preaching at 1.15 p tn.
chocolate* to the ymingeat. oldest Prayer meeting at 7 30
and the mother with the moat chll- V'edneaday
dren present -----— --—-
Fvery one is Invited to attend all
of our service*.
at Martin's tank We have several
approved for baptism
Bible hour for adults, young
people and Juniors, at 6 45 p nv
Preaching at 7 45 p m Theme
“Prosrprlty and Success According |
to the Word of Ood " ______
The teachers Bible study will entd May 7-oPi—Members of
be held at 7 45 p m Tuesday at the Oklahoma Oraln Dealers as-
the home of Mr and Mrs. Wheeler. I inflation are assembling data for
•627 South Reno avenue their 1938 wheat crop forecast
| Dealers Prepare
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN < tll itC II
Wade and Barker
T O. Mowry Minister
Church school at 9:46 a. m
Mother* day. Lesson 'Cooperat-
ing In 8ervlce” Classes for all
ng'-g. You gr* welcome.
Morning worship at 11 a m
Mother'* day anthem by the choir.
Sermon: "The Home- Modern and
Young people will meet at 4 p tn
this afternoon with their mothers
No evening service*
Bring your mother to the aervtre
FULL GOSPEL ASSEMBLY
OF GOD CHI'Rt II
822 West Wade 8treet
Rev Frank T Postelle. Pn*tor
Sunday ar hool. 9 45 a m
Preaching, 11 a. m.
Christ Ambassador* meeting at
8 30 p. m.
Preaching 7 46 p m
Mid-week service. Bible lewon at
7 45 p nt Wednesday
Mid-week meeting of Chrtat Am-
Womens Bible *it:dy will be held
at 2 30 p m Wednesday at the
m Har-1 fhurch
Regular mid-week services are
scheduled Thursday night We will
study the book of James
You will find a welcome to any
and all of our service*
TRINITY ENGLISH I.CTIIER AN
901 South Hoff Avenue
B H Pittflko. Pastor
which 1* expected to be released
during the annual convention here
The association's forecast la con-
sidered cne of the moat reliable
KMMd oecauae the men who make
It are conatantlv In contact with
the state's crop situation It I*
baaed on report* from every point
In the state wheat belt
Arrangements for the convent Ion I
■re In the hands of the Dtid
Board of Trade c d Its president ,
R A McCItntock Several nation-
NORMAN Mav 7 —(AT— Doake
Stowe. Blarkwrll, has beer to-
talled as president cf the newly
formed chapter of Delta Chi. ao-
rtal fraternity, at the University
Other officers Include Russell
Black. Oklahoma City, vice pres-
ident; Boh Harp?r. Pence City,
■ecretary: Hugh Stubbs. Oklahoma
City, treasurer: Ed Angelo. Okla-
homa City corresponding secre-
tary. and Harold Abltz. Enid, and
Kdgar Driver. Oklahoma City, ser-
Although D’lta Chi had a chap-
ter on the Sooner campus a few
years ago. the rew unit Is an en-
tirely different organisation from
It* predecessor Mack Cole, field
representative of the order, an-
10 a m Sunday school and adult [ ““V-*"0™ *™ln m*n
10 4ft a m Services Teat: John
10. 1-11 Theme “The Shepherd-
ing Christ ”
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
WASHINGTON — M*l — State
, Senator Jack L Rorschach of Vto-
We prtarh a changeless Chrlat ,u, og!. hM boan admlttad to
baamdor, " Thurs- ^me W°rld Y°U *" w*'*'br“Uc* ,h* 8lnl«
i supreme court
Jehovah's Witnesses meet every
Friday at 7 30 p. m. and each
Sunday at 330 p. m for Bible
study at 305 Weat Wade street
All person* of good will who are
Interested in the study of the
Bible are welcome.
WILL ill CLOSED ALL DAY
IODAY IN OBSERVANCE
Of MOTHERS DAY!
MRS. GENE nOADLEY
We know that the major-
ity <*f people have little—
if any—knowledge of the
problem* which arise when
a loved one passes away.
We accept the reaponnibi.
lity this enforced faith in
ua entaila, with a confi-
dence founded upon yearn
of natinfactory service.
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FOR ALL CARS
PISTONS, RINGS AND SLEEVES
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118 South Rock Island Phone 331
Wilson Funeral Home
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Tab* advantage ol this amaz-
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todayl lust bring your license
certificate lor your Identifica-
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to pay. That's alii
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The new Hand Quick Stop
Trend stops your car in
lev* space on any road—
because its wavy, notched
ribs wipe their own track
dry. And the continuous
ribs mean both quiet-
running and long mileage.
Earh cord Is comphtmly
surrounded by beat rctiil ■
Ingrubber. Tire runs cool
a* oil speeds. And the
Ho-kI Speed Shield ei-
cl i-ivr cushions Ihe
whole tire against road
•hocks which cause dan-
The new Hoad Suprei brings you
DOUBLE PROTECTION ol ordi-
nary tire coot. While or block side-
walk, and Lifetime Ouaranrred.
Other Hoods, too, for all cars at
Every woman will want
a set of this attractive
Mexican ware and we
have made it very easy
to own. By special ar-
rangement with the
manufacturer you can
have a pretty, practical
Breakfast Set of 20
pieces in yellow, blue,
oranjre. and irreen at
thia Kurpri*ini?ly k>w
See these seta on diapliiy
and ask any employee
for full details.
0 Mot crisis everyw here are oquip-
■ingtheircar* withthit aupar-powgr
■tlsry. And no svondarl The New
Ooodrtch Kathanode Electro-Psk
is guaranteed as long a* you own
your ear. And remember the Omd-
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with the rachiave poww -oavrag tog
covw that oral* the poww in. Cons*
in and ase ua about o Goodrich
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