The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 63, No. 165, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1954 Page: 3 of 10
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Thursday, September 0, 1954
El Reno (OklaJ Daily Tribune
Oregon Has to Uphold ^
Ui CuCntt' piii'liril
Mexican War Hero’s
Memory Is Honored
NOHTtmEIi). Vt., Sept 9—(UF
—Norwich university will name It*
new dormitory Rniisom hall. In
memory of Its flrvt president, who
gave the school Its motto, "I will
Colonel Truman B Ransom re-
signed us Norwich pn - Ident In 1*47
lo command a regiment In the Mex-
ican v«r Ransom led the assault
on Chapultepec utter General
Zachary Scott asked him If he could
capture the heights and Ransom
replied. “I will try." At the moment
of victory, Ransom was killed by
a musket ball.
Former City Resident
Dies in California
Mrs. Alvin Florence. 21, San
Francisco. Calif., daughter-in-law of
Mrs. M. H Cottingham. El Reno
route 3. died Wednesday In the
naval hospital at Oakland. Calif.,
following a short Illness, relatives
here have learned.
Mrs. Florence, the daughter of
Mi and Mrs. Frank Cantrell. Okla-
homa City, formerly of El Reno. Is
survived by the parents, and her
husband, of the home in Bun Fran-
Bhc had attended El Reno high-
school until her senior year when
she moved to Oklahoma City.
Funeral services will be held in
\bout Home Folks
It’s Fire Safety Record
RAI.EM Ore.—«JPt~Oregon. for-
estry officials say, has a record for
lowest loss of life In the heavily
forested areas of the United States
and a training program has been
started for this fire season, which
extends into late fall, for keep It
The training program calls for
wardens to establish escape routes
before leading crews to the fire
scene. Other points of precaution
are to provide llre-ftghters with
j suitable equipment, tools and ex-
i perienced supervision, and to re-
quire personnel to wear hard hat*
! and woods clothing.
and Bertha R. Gtlles. Lot 4, block
C. C. Kcgelman to Rena Kegel-
man Smith. Partt of 18-12-7
C. C. Kegelman to Inez Kegel-
mali Milam. Part of 18-12-7.
C. C. Kegelman to Anna Kegel-
man. Part of 18-12-7.
Vina Dumas to Ernest E Hill
and Ruby F. Hill. Part of lot 6.
block 8. Hillcrest addition. El Reno.
Hilda Jackson and D. H. Jackson
to Mary Lovell LcVan and Oeorge
E LeVan. Lots 7 and 8. block 158
Anna Lorene Williams va. Homer
Release uf Oil and Gas l ease
Phillips Petroleum company to
James Murray and Margaret M.
Murray Part of 13-12-9
Arietta J. Sargent to John R
Rosa Lots 8. 9. 10. 11 and 12. block
1, Jensen addition. El Reno.
John Oscar Hauenxtetn and Marie
E Hauensteln to Urban F. Otlles
Mrs R c. Rice. 505 East Wade,
las returned from a visit in the
lomes of her sister, Mrs B 8. Trip-
oli In Albuquerque, N. M, and
ler son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
•lid Mrs. John C. Russell and chil-
dren. Susan and John Robert In
GIRL—Mr. and Mix. George Cap-
lin er. 316 North Macomb, are the
parents uf a girl, born Wednesday
in the Laughton clinic. The baby
weighed nine giounds.
Among El Reno students, who will
tttend Central State college In Ed-
mond. are Phyltas Dresser, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dresser.
WIN South Rock Island. Jill Shaw,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Shaw. 900 South Hoff. Sherma
Oregg, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Wes Orcgg. west of El Reno, and
Franklin Shlve, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Shlve. 705 South Mahan.
j BOY- Mr and Mrs. W M Tyner.
< New Orleans, La. are the parent*
of a son. born In the naval hospital
at New Orleans, Sept. 7. The baby
weighed six pounds. 12 ounces. Ma-
ternal grandparent* are Mr. and
Mrs W I. Wyrtck of 215 South Wil-
j llama, and the paternal grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mr-. Henry Tyner,
, 215 South Williams.
HONORS PLOT —The unu-
sual step of honoring the con-
spirators in an assassination
plot has been taken by the
West Berlin postal authorities.
The new 20-p f e n n 1 g stamp
above is a memorial to the
men involved in the abortive
attempt to kill Adolf Hitler on
July 20, 1944. The stamp re-
produces a statue in the yard
of the former German War
Ministry, where the plotters
I Mr. and Mrs. Lon Kerr. 307 North
Choctaw, Mrs. Pearl Etachen and
daughter, Ml-a Jean Elschen. 301
North Choctaw and Mrs. Eischen'a
grandson, Lonnie Ratterman. 1209
West Warren, have returned from
a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Kerr In Oarber.
Lesson in English
Maud Kricmcr. Mrs. W. F. Bcliu- |
inaeher. Mrs. 8 C Wiki-. Mrs
Eklon Wilds and children. Mrs Bill
Wallace and son. Mrs Beulah Oar-
nett. Mrs Mclvern Sharp.
8ewlng for the crippled children 1
was the work for the day. Mrs. 8
C. Wilds will be hostess for an all
clay meeting Oct. 5
Kathryn Everett. Laura Urbach-
er. and Ruth Aim He lacks Were
Sunday dinner gurats of their Run-1
day school teacher. Mrs o J Weli-
tnuller and familv.
Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Palmer and
grandchildren were holiday visitors
at the home of Mr. and Mrs W F.
| Er treat Liebtcher. son, Eugene,
and daughter. Laura; and Mr. and
Mr* Ivan Molfat spent Monday In
: the Mrrwl Moffat name
E. E. Blake and eon, Donald,
j have purchased a farm near Dun-
1 ran. They plan to move ttieie soon
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED: The
word "human" is an adjective, and
Is not by the best writers and
speakers used a* a noun for
Rapacious. Pronounce ra-pa-shu*.
first a unst leasect. second a a* in
pay. accent second syllable.
SYNONYMS: Garrulity, talka-
tiveness, loquacity, loquaciousness
WORD STUDY: "Use a word
three times and it Is yours.” Lrt
us Increase our vocabulary by mas-
tering one word each day Today's
word: INFLEXIBILITY flrmnens
In will or purpose "His very Inflex-
ibility Inspires confidence In the
Bos el 100
Surah Hale. Hinton, entered Park |
View hospital Sept 3 for medical
treatment and was dismissed Wed- |
Farl Janssen. 1209 Wist Wade,
was tri.ii lentil to Paik View from
the El Reno sanitarium Aug 31 tor
medical treatment and was disnu-i-
Alfred Reed. 1006 South Shepard,
n.tered Park View Wednr-day hr
Vunda P Dickner. 317 North
rvuns. entered Park View Wednes-
day for medical treatment
Herman Metslg. Oklahoma CUy,
entered Pvrk View today for medi-
Mr*. Alvin Morrison. 1507 South
Choctaw, entered the Laughton
dime At; 31 tor medical treat-
ment i*im1 was dismissed Weduc.i-
Mrs. M Jackson. 605 Wed Che) -
1 nine, entered the clinic Wednesday
i for major surgety.
Miss Beulah Burgess. 607 No*th
Choctaw, entered the clinic Wed-
j neactav lor medical tieatmeni.
M J Win*tone. Oklahoma City.
! entered the clinic today for major
4 BLITZ PENCILS
With frte purchase of any
school supplies totaling 50c
| Mr and Mrs H O Dennis of
Denver. Colo . and Mrs R H Den-
nis of Oklahoma City were uver-
Inght guests Wednesday in the home
M Mr. and Mrs Walter B Shutter.
Ill* South Ellison They were en-
nmte for a visit with Mr and Mrs
la me- E Drnnls in Houston, ^rx
Mrs R H Dennis, who hns spent
|he past two month* In Denver is
O. Dennis. Mr-
he mother of H
Ihuttee and James E Dentil*
$8.50 GLIDE-EASY ALL METAL
$4*aa iMittMi M
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Onin m Mi 0*4
Mrs Ha Ulr McCartnev. 1102
kniUi Hoff, transacted buslneas til
Dklahonts City Thursday.
Do LnWIYiro Y*
give you tliatftjL
Mr- Anna Rhodes of Parsons.
Kan. is vL.ltlng in the home of
dr and Mrs W E York. 418 Noith
Ml SIC NOTE
WATERVILLE. Me —<U8>~ Prof
Peter Re it a member of Hu* Colby
College music department
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l>ef puiir mirror i1m>« mm «>*!••ting.
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• White and Green
• Polities Lech /
Timothy Turner of Oeary Is a
Inert in the lioine of his g-and-
larenl*. Mr and Mrs. C C Coyle.
326 South Reno.
$1.50 School Locker
NKAI.K I.UMBKK CO.
Ill Nerth Evans Pbane US
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Noland Smith. 1403 Bouih Miles,
antaried business In Kirderiek
k**v le re*4 4»*L
fttieni M.hhler me*
tio* No lei »• Mae
me Imtfet. Kwp« c«aa-
leot* ml lo* k«t 8«t«
ft 4MB pilfme«(•
Mr and Mrs F O Jeffrey. East
'utemail mad. Mr and Mrs. Je-a
laydon. 1101 SoT.h Rock Island
(r. and Mrs. R A Brute. 1106
loutli Hoff and Mr and Mr*,
‘harles O Canon. 808 Allison place
lave returned from a vacation it
Fa mo in Parker *'21*'
i«4« fhaue ml keam ^ abas
*. -a*.... Host* ^ liil
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- sill* m * Attn ^ W
Dean Rinehart, vai of Mr. and
It- Jsmr-, A Rlnelielt, 1107 South
md Mr* E L Wyr.es. 1008 WU
oiidon a.id James Anhei. ton c*
dr and Mrs J K Archer. 817 Wr I
yondon are attending Tulsa Uni-
lerwty In Tulsa
Koava pnoosenl toe any type
Neel Vswter and son. Junior n
•erry were guests Wednesday eve-
ling In the home of Mr and Mi
l E Blsn.n 804 West Hayes
Mi and Mr* Paul Ellis and rhtl-
|ren. Phillip and Debra of Tienton.
Jo. are gue»t» in the home of hrr
|rand|iarents. Mr and Mr* J. H
k'ltann. 1011 Bouth Macomb
/ ' Nw ., m a Merflftmrf
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And NEW Children s FROM
ler little girls ttubborn hair
7 Or '
Ute new White Ram thempoo
toruphl- tomorrow yowr heir wJ1
be tonshme boehlt
Michael Lokrnaeaid. son of Mr
Ind Mi* H O Lokensaard. 723
Veet Watt- I* atirndm Boulh-
leatern State college at Weather-
TISSUE 10c 3 ler 27c
TOWELS 19c 2 ler 37c
Clant Economy Site of
Aspirin At Its Boat
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I gives springier end
curls, proof of o loveUoc, longer-
Mrs James P Heel. East Fore-
man rood. Visited Wednesday with
|er dsushter-m-tsw. Mrs. J. P
leal Jr, and infant, son. Lorry,
[ho have been guests of her por-
kit*. Dr and Mr* Forrest M Lin-
Uifrlter In Oklahoma City since
hey were dlamia-ed fiom St An-
bony < h-wpital Mr* Neel. )r . end
Li left Wednesday foi their home
[> Midland. T- *
You cleaned up otir last big shipment in two day*1 We were fortunate to get
another sh'pment of these flret quality . . . baby tufted chenille rpreoda Floral
pattern* on a white background and in solid decorator color* of red. blue, aqua
and dark green. Full and twin star* Values to 81175
WITH -IW. U.AUM* HA|R
Mr and Mrs Fled A Wewerka.
bo South Macntnb. left ThuiMlay
[or a vacation In Callfomis While
HP San Dir jo thri will vita with
hair son. En»l*:n Fred M Wewerka.
Lho la stationed aboard the USB
rhevalter Mr and Mi* Wewerka
knd I hair son plan to attend the
University of Oklahoma-Uiuveralty
It California football tante Befit IB
kl Memorial st-d'um In maHNlW*
Ayds (or Reducing
Sue Hon <ua rubber soles with
heavy canvas upper*. Guilt
In and ventilated arth. Heavy
bvonpar an toe White ankle
patch. Compere Anthony
Mi* John Bnnihoff, nuihweel
IQ Reno and hei slater. Mr*
sma Brown of Oklahoma City,
va returned from a vtall in the
mr of Mi and Mra Warren
ivis In Houston Tr* Mrs tkvlt
the daughter of Mr* Bomhoff
ONE A DAY
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constonl loiigua, warn mas* thw aosy. Inespamiv* way)
Malikm Oemun. aon ol In and
r* Joseph M Otrmm. 811 South
usne and Jim Limealall. son of
Fit minis For FH
Mr and Mra Oscar W
MM Weal Bhultee. will allend the
Csnsa. City Wrainn Drutal mi-
ne m Kansas City. Mn. the 1BM-
1968 ai h«Mtl term
Western allied Coarse
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registered pharmarlst oba la
an doty at all Mm*
II Onnre are bay's favartle* , . . Estra
• ell made, bar larked and aan-meelrb
rivals at all palm of strain. Fefieri
filling. Manfarleed far lasting fll Kip-
per fly. wide bell Is ups Flenlt at lorn -
op. Hankie stllrbed with langb orange
thread la stand lata af wear and
washings. M«es g |« |g.
• iTTfff THAN fVI*»
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