The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1951 Page: 3 of 12
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OKARCHE, March 23—An
it waa made Sunday in
Trinity church of the ap-
marriage of Miaa nor
Naberhaua, daughter of Mr.
Mn, Bill Naberhaue, Okarche
Louie P. Schoelen, son of
C. Schoelen of Klngfiaher.
wedding will be an event of
a. m, April 3, in the Holy Trln-
- Catholic church.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brueggen,
returned Sunday night from
reatphaUa, Kan., being called
by the sudden death of
Brueggen’s uncle, Joe Stev-
whoae funeral they attended
lay morning in the Catholic
They were accompanied by Mr
Mrs. Ed Krlttenbrink, who
l ted their sister-in-law, Mrs
lohn Orevlng, and family and
sr relatives, at Westphalia
. and Mrs. Brueggen also visit-
relatives at Iola, and Chanute,
tan., over the week-end.
A 30-circuit switchboard has
Installed in the Okarche tel-
;phone office. Telephone work-
installed the new board late
ly afternoon. Service of
of the circuits were in order
resumed Wednesday morning
•ugh a number were still out-
The new board has 250 open-
ts with 50 more in reserve. The
>rd circuit is an increase of
Id over the old board and will
satly increase local service. In
of necessity two operators
mid work at the board at the
This improvement has been a
•ecessity in Okarche for several
•ears and a number of the old
type telephones are as badly in
of replacement with new
Mrs. Rosa McOee, of Watonga,
•as dismissed from the Okarche
lemorial hospital Sunday. She
mtered March 15 for surgery.
Mrs. Dolores Marschall of Sha-
cotee, Minn., was dismissed Mon-
lay and was taken to the home
>f her sister, Mrs. P. S. Kritten-
irink, and Mr. Krittenbrink. She
mderwent major surgery on
Mrs. Katherine Laub, Okarche,
•as admitted Monday for medical
:are. Mrs. Laub has been critical-
ly ill for several months in the
|homes of her daughters, Mrs.
leorge Jacobs and Mrs. Oeorge
leupel, following a paralytic
Mrs. Bertha Hoebing was dis-
missed Monday and was takpp to
her home in Okarche. She had
been a medical patient at the hos-
pital the past eight months. Mrs.
Hoebing celebrated her 94th
birthday anniversary on March 5.
She has rallied from her illness
and is able to be up and about
[in her home several hours each
Wilfred Rund, two-year-old son
l of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rund, was a
Patient at the hospital Monday. He
underwent surgery and was dis-
missed that evening.
John Hau. Okarche, who has
been a medical patient the past
three weeks is slowly Improving.
Jim Wiewel of Camp Polk, La.,
arrived March 14 and is spending
a 10-day leave in the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wte-
Billy Moeller, who spent the past
10 days in the home of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moeller,
following his graduation from the
navy engineering school at Spring-
field, 111., left Wednesday to re-
port at San Francisco for further
[orders with the navy. His broth
er, Gordon Moeller, and George
Gleichman, son of Mr. and Mrs
Bill Gleichman. who recently en-
listed for naval service, are now in
boot training at San Diego, Calif.
Lee Roy J. Moselyn was among the
Kingfisher county men who were
inducted on March 14.
Norvin Zum Mallen returned
Monday to Winfield, Kan., where
he is a student at St. John’s col
lege, after spending the week-end
in the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Zum Wallen
Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Delerman
were Sunday dinner guests of their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Detennan, at Ok-
Mr. and Mrs. John Bryson left
Thursday for New Orleans, La.,
where they will attend the Spring
Fiesta, after which they will go
to AshvUle, N. C.. and will spend
some time at Williamsburg and
other places in Virginia. They ex-
pect to return in about a month.
El Reflo '(Okl*.) Daily Tribuna
—Photo by Powell-Owen Studio,
Vance C. Wills
DECENTLY promoted at the £2
*•' Reno reformatory, Wtlls is
now instructor.1 He was born in
Fiordland, Mo., and came to El
Reno in 1940.
Wills attended school at Spring-
field, Mo., and also attended
Southwestern State college at
Springfield. In that city, he
worked for the Southwestern Bell
Telephone company before com-
Wills belongs to the Veterans
of Foreign Wars. He was a radar-
man, second class. In the 17. S.
navy during World war II and
saw service in the Pacific theater.
He belongs to the Church of
Fishing is his hobby. Mr. and
Mrs. Wills live at 2458 Towns End
drive. Mrs. Wills is a deputy at
the county assessor's office. They
have a daughter, Peggy Jean, 12,
attending Etta Dale Junior high-
Lawrence McDonald, Bt. Louis.
Mo., entered the El Reno sani-
tarium Wednesday for medical
Jeanie Hunt, 12-year-old daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Drexel Hunt,
632 South Hadden, was dismissed
today from the sanitarium. She
entered March 13 for major sur-
Kenny Ryel, four-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. BUI Ryel, 215
West Elm, entered Laughton Os-
teopathic hospital today for minor
Larry Jennings, five-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bd Jennings,
705. North Choctaw, entered- Laugh-
ton hospital today for minor sur-
Mrs. J. L. Nordman, 812 West
Watts, entered Laughton hospital
Wednesday for major surgery.
During the past week, state
school teachers have publicly re-
buked Oovemar Johnston Murray
for not keeping his campaign
promise of higher salaries for
Defending his actions, the gov-
ernor mailed the following letter to
all active and Inactive teachers In
Oklahoma. Here Is a copy of the
letter received by the Tribune:
To The School Teachers of Okla-
Some few persons have taken it
upon themselves to assume that
your governor is backing away from
his campaign promise of hiyh.r
salaries for our deserving teachers
They are wrong.
It is a simple economic fact that
we must pay teacher salaries in
accord with other states or lose our
teachers. I would Indeed be mis
taken to pretend otherwise.
The point at issue is: Where
shall the money come from?
Those few In the higher echelons
of Oklahoma education, whom you
have been hearing from, contend
It must come from the state. I say
such maneuvering is only a tem-
porary measure, at best.
Here’s the teacher’s problem, as
I see it: Total assessed valuations
on property in Oklahom are mU-
llons of dollars lower now than they
were in 1930. That's why individual
cities and towns aren’t able to get
enough funds for higher teacher
To me, it seems more logical to
correct that basic problem, rather
than force the state legislature to
dream up new and devious means
of taxation from above, as a tem-
For that reason, I have prepared
a bill for the legislature’s considera-
tion which would set up a bisic
minimum on tax assessments. The
idea is to equalise our tax assess-
ments, so property owners in every
county of the state are treated in
a like manner. It Just isn't reason-
able for assessments to be made In
the inflation year of 1951 at less
than in the depression year of 1930.
If we solve that basic problem,
we will solve year salary problem
where It should be solved—at home!
And it will bo oalvod an a
When that occurs, teachers will
no longer need enter politlos to gat
a fair salary. Their home school
boards will have the money avail-
able for that need.
Your present deep concern is very
natural. It has my complete sym-
pathy, and I shall strive hard, and
I want you to work with me, to
correct, permanently, that which is
responsible for your plight—inequit-
able assessment methods.
Believe me, the same problem will
be with you again unless we correct
this basic deficiency. My only de-
sire is to see that you art treated
I Intend to keep my campaign
promise to you; permanently, not
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1951, newspaper, March 22, 1951; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920334/m1/3/: accessed January 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.