The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1951 Page: 2 of 12
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LTL Club Plans
Easter Egg Hunt
An ■utCT «B$ hunt vm planned
tor Saturday by the LTL Neigh-
hortiood club Wedneeday after-
noon when they met In the home
of Mrs C. T. Bradney, 80S West
Oolpha Calvert, president, called
too meeting to order and conduct-
ed toe business meeting. Patricia
Oalvort. vice president, led the
group in the flag salute.
The worship topic was “Rules,’’
lo< by Doreen Duncan, chaplain,
•nd assisted by Glenda Andersoft
wto gave the "Golden Rule of
too Bible." "He That Hath No
Htdoa" was given by Happy Dun-
oon ond "God’s Rules in Your
■••rt" was presented by Julia
Mrs. C. D. Kessler offered pray-
Wand Patricia Calvert’ read a
POem entitled “House or Home.”
IV Marel Brown. Mrs. Bradney
rood “Olen Learns the Rule of
After the games, a refreshment
course was served by Happy Dun-
oon and Nancy Kessler.
Ouaeta Mr the meeting were
Julia Denn, Dolores Fielder and
Olorla Neathery. other members
present were Olenda Wright, Judy
Oookeey, Doris Calvert and Jean
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El Reno (Okie.) Daily Tribune
For April 7
Mllee of the Grand Army of
the Republic. Hostess, Mrs. Q W.
Davie. 101 North Admire.
■very Woman's Bible class of
the First Christian church. All-
day meeting at the church.
Woman’s Culture club. Meeting
at the hlghschool at 2:80 p. m.
todies Auxiliary to the Order of
Railway Conductors. Meeting at
the IOOP hall at S:S0 p.m.
B Reno Study club. Meeting at
the n Reno Oountry club.
Fellowship class of the Zllison
Avenue Methodist church. Meet-
ing at the church.
Baglas auxiliary. Meeting at the
■agios hall. Social.
Order of the Eastern Star. Meet-
ing at the Masonic temple. Cov-
ered dish dinner at 8:30 p. m.
Regular meeting at g p m
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Luncheon Held In
Child Story Hour
Bie annual Easter party for
the Once - Upon - A - Time story
hour was given Wednesday after-
noon at the Carnegie library.
An Raster centerpiece decorated
the refreshment table and candy
y*f eggs were given as favors.
Mbs. Richard Horton led the group
lb playing several games and she
»»d a story entitled "Bunny's
totrtw Olff by Bill and Bernard I
Children attending the party
were Kerry Lynn Ashford. Sarah
Ann Ball, Judy Barbee. Nancy
IbU Cham bless, Donna Ruth
Crum, Daisy Lee Dresser, Oayle
Hhrtman Linda Kay Hollaway,
Connie Bee Hayes, Oonnie Kelly,
Susan Lanman. Carol Lou Mc-
Oaslln, Judith Ann Osmond, Suel-
len Varnell. Connie Marie Weld-
man, Bobby Blanton, John Wil-
liam Brooks, Jimmy Dyer, Tom-
toy Erbar, Thomas Jon Glenden-
Mng. toy S. Hayes, Jr., Frank
#nes and Johnny Potts.
A covered dish luncheon was
served at noon when the DAL
club met Wednesday in the home
of Mrs. Walter Haynes, south-
west of Bl Reno.
The day was spent quilting for
Members present for the meet-
ing were Mrs. Clyde Haynes. Mrs.
Austin Tartar. Mrs. JeBi Williams,
Mrs. Willard Knott, Mrs. Albert
Uck. Mrs. Boyd Haynes, Mrs.
Martin Courtney and Miss Tdabel
Guests for the meeting were
Mrs James Morrison, Mrs Sam
Tlttarlngton, Mrs. Robert Fry.
Mis. Ralph Hanneman, Terry
Haynes, Diane Leek, Carolyn Frv
«nd Carolyn Oall Hanneman.
Those attending the luncheon
were Au»Mn Tartar, Clyde Haynes
I and Walter Haynes.
I Hie next meeting will be March
M with Mys Boyd Haynes, 2*37
Town* Mid drive.
MEXICO CITY, March 23—(U.R)
Mexican mines are planning
substantial" increases in mercury
production during 1981 to meet the
oemand of u. 8. war-manufactur-
Many mines that closed In mid-
1849 because of skidding prices on
toe world market wm be reopened,
while operative mercury producers
■re planning to step up output.
Mexican mercury production fell
«f approximately 80,000 kilograms
in 1980 because of small demand
and ‘unattractive prices." with
Prices starting to climb again,
however, producers said Mexico
probably can climb back to its
1M# level of 181.170 kilograms
“Mercury production here Is
““Bely geared to international de-
™ILd prlce*” 0,le Producer
MW. When we had a slump two
years ago, many of the gambusl-
no» who work out in the fields
burning rocks to extract mercury
turned to other work.
"Now I think well have them
back extracting the metal again
and you’ll sec a corresponding In-
crease In production.”
Most of Mexico’s production
to the United States.
How Can I?
Q. What la a good headache rem-
A. One that la often effective Is
to lay thin allots of a raw potato
acrosi the forehead. Or. place a
pinch of salt on the tongue and
allow it to dissolve: then In about
io minutes take a drink of cold
Q. How can I prepare a solution
for chapped hands?
A. A good lotion for chapped
hand* la one part of aqua am-
monia to two parts of glycerine.
Add enough rosewater to obtain a
Q. How can I bleach a faded
dress entirely white?
A. Dissolve a half cup of cream of
tartar'in two gallons of water and
boil the dreas In this solution.
A baked goods sale was planned
for 10 a. m., April 7, when the
Jaycee Jaynes met Wednesday
I evening with Mrs. earnest Potts.
714 South Bickford, for their rog-
' ular business meeting.
The sale will be held in the O.
W. Timberlake Real Estate office
across the street from the poet of-
fice. The committee Is composed
of Mrs. James Wilkinson and
Mrs. Garland Parker.
Mrs. Bruce Haynes, president,
presided during the meeting. The
minutes of the previous meeting
were read by Mrs. Jean Paaoureck,
Mrs. Potts gave a report on the
style show held March 8 at the
Center theater and announced
Miss Shirley Williams of the Sac-
red Heart hlghschool was the win-
ner of the prise for selling the
most tickets for the hlghschool
girls and Mrs. Jack Dill was win-
ner of the prise for selling the
most tickets for the Jaycee
It was voted to order tooth-
brushes to be Issued by Mrs. Helen
Dever, school nurse, to underpriv-
ileged children. It was also voted
to odd 128.00 to the emergency
fund which la kept In the super-
intendent's office to be used by
Mrs. Dever for supplying neces-
sary school supplies to the chll
Refreshments In the Easter mo-
tif were served by the hostess at
the close of the meeting.
Members present were Mrs. Roy
Christy. Mrs Tylar Southard, Mni
Mervll Meyer. Mrs. John Lanman
Mrs. James Mlnter, Mrs. R. L.
Richerson. Mrs. p. w. Hollings-
worth. Mrs Kenneth Crownovtr,
Mrs. DU1, Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Pa
soureck. Mrs. Wilkinson and the
The next meeting will be the
monthly covered dish dinner April
4. in the homemaklng rooms of
the U Reno hlghschool. Mrs
J^llc Roblyer, Mrs, Meyer and
Mrs. Christy will serve as hoi-
jhl . v?, r % ptf
Thursday; March 22.3
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BY RILEY TARVER
Comity Farm Agent
1 * % *
being grown tee toe annual Puyallup, Wash., daffodil festival*
We do not mean to be singtn,
the blues at all but even If wheat
and other small grain crops are
rather "high" on the market, thla
does not do much good If the
crop does not materallae to be a
high yielding one.
Th*re "* people who think that
the farmers aa a whole have made
a lot of money In the last few
mats. This Is not just exactly true.
Farmers, who have been fortunate
enough to ralee a si—hi. _
of high yielding crop* have handled
considerable money but what dots
this mean if hit “bank balance"
does not reflect presperlty?
The cost of operation—the fined
expense that one put* into a cren
Ic an PMat e.—. 1.1__1 . F
I* so great, farm labor, fuel, rape in
cost of machinery, #t*„ alt adds us
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■V to to
Easter Egg Hunt Held
For Children Wednesday
O. If n man'u fUnne. 1. ____
Q- If a man's fiancee Is a com-
parative newcomer In hit town and
has absolutely no one to give her
a shower, would it be all right for
a member of his family to do i
A. No, this would not do at i
Friends of the man’s family
strangers to the girl—could not
possibly be expected to present her
with gifts. The best possible thing
to do under these circumstances Is
for the man's family to give the
girl a party to meet their friends.
Q. When one is eating in a crowd-
ed restaurant and a stranger wants
to sit In a vacant chair at one's
table, asking, “Do you mind," what
should one reply?
A. TTie best answer in this case
Is, of course, “Not at all."
Q. Would It be all right for me
to have my mother act as my
matron-of-honor at my wedding?
A. Yes, this would be quite all
right. And the bridegroom Is priv-
ileged to choose his father as his
best man too.
Mrs. Warren Davis, south of
0 Reno, entertained with an
Easter egg hunt Wednesday after-
noon for her son, Larry Alan.
After the hunt, refreshment*
were served by the hosteee and
chocolate bunnies were given each
TO RE GUEST 8FEARER
Mrs. George H. Garrison of Ok-
lahoma City will be guest speaker
for the El Reno Study club meet-
ing Monday afternoon at the El
Reno Country ciub. Her subject
will be “Against Socialised Medi-
cine." Hostesses for the event will
be Mr*. Fred Hampton, Mn. J. u
Trevathan and Mrs. p. B. Myers.
The meeting Is open to the pub-
Senator Vmdenberg, 87
Reads Birthday Cards
ORAND RAPIDS, Mich.. March
22—(A*)—Although still seriously ill,
Senator Arthur N. Vandenberg felt
well enough today to read scores
of birthday greetings.
The senator became 97 years old
today. No formal observance was
The senator's condition remained
unchanged from yesterday.
can* LrfrTU‘ ffcntiert
trouble financially, even *lf ’£hgaf
buKhejamPle' ** WOrth owr M,0° P*r
9ur 'to*t crop, under pnamt
prices and normal yields, (Mould be
worth about 17,000,000 In Canadian
county, but it wont com* througn
that good in 1961 if oonditisns do
not change—and soon.
.vesi should serve to remind
to that the farmer who milks a
* J*w,.brood sows and produces
more than one crop can always
withstand a partial failure better
than the "one crop” fanner.
A fanner from another countv
WouU * *°° («ve
hunftedj acres of wheat harvssted I
hi his county this year-hard to
tolleve Isn't It?—and it la con-
sidered a "wheat county."
The beys and girls in the county’s
4-H club organisation brought back
2? tnm *•" *t*t« toow
week—lot« of money tar
twehf"**t«— Pl**' thre* l4mb* •“<>
. T*1*! ** • ■«*» bunch of boys
JJeJ° know what toe FPA
boys brought back, but It would be
* fl«iiro—they , fine
bunch of boys. too.
Richard Bomamann had the
drand champion calf and Billy
Clyde R Mrxey
polio. AIITO AND
207 E. Woodaon-Phonc 11411
•Row. Too bad we do not
nod place to hold shows |
—maybe there will be a go
| provided sometime.
I The fact that Donald M
| of the Union City 4-H club
open Angus heifer for $97
dlcates that we should ha<
youngsters in the animal I
We may be in trouble t
J’rops some yeers. but this
has got a lot of good boys a
backed up by a bunch of c
Uve, progressive mothers an
W'J,ave been Invited to
the Farm Forum" at Came
to a "Father and Son" 4-B
ing st Alva in the near fut
course, we will "brag" on Ci
county on both occasions—!
'much perhaps, but “Jnst a
We will b* seeing you
offle*. in the county, or at a
1 the meetings.
$7.50 Trade-In Sale!
HWBAY AND SATURDAY
Tour Old Bee trie Shaver
Is Worth 67 JO Regardless
of Age, Make or Condition.
REMIN6T0N Coateir OELIIXI
Reg: Price .... WM
Trade-In Altownnee flM
p»y only ... $18.80
^ HENRY BENNI
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C. E, Trosdale, Mrs. James Hig-
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to was arraigned on a charge of
driving without a license
ha'LTn l2 T” ‘ d8> »nd Jtot
haven t had time to get one,”
told Judge Luigi Depasquale.
"Well. I work 16 hours a
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