The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 140, Ed. 1 Monday, August 13, 1951 Page: 5 of 8
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inday, August 13,. 1961.
El Reno. (OkU.), Efcily Tribiune,
^TBn® People’s Everyday Market Pface—Trnkiini® Oassffied Ads*
The Tribune reserve* the right to
«<ilt or reject any want-ad copy
that it regards as objectionable or
that may cause loss to the reader
or loss of confidence.
There are three ways to place a
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at The Tribune office. An ad-taker
will be on duty to help you prepare
your copy. (2) Phone 18 and place
your ad over the telephone. Persons
having a telephone may charge
their ad and have five days after
expiration to pay and receive dis-
count, with exception of Cards of
Thanks, lost, Found or Strayed,
Help Wanted, Situation Wanted,
and Wanted to Rent classification*,
which require cash with order. (3)
Out-of-town readers write ad as
wanted in paper and mall to The
E Reno Tribune, El Reno, Okla-
homa (cash with order on all out-
All want-ads must be In the
office by 12 noon to appear In the
evening edition. Thursday deadline,
10:30 a. m. Sunday ads accepted
until 2 p. m. Saturday.
The Tribune endeavor* to
publish only truthful classified
advertising and will appreciate
having its attention called to any
advertising not conforming to
the highest standard* of honesty.
Subscribers are warned to be-
ware of Jobs that require cash
payments, either for bonds, ter-
ritorial rights, sample kit or
anything of this sort. Proposi-
tions of this kind should be
carefully Investigated before any
money whatsoever Is paid.
We make keys, any
420 West Wade.
For dependable refrigeration
appliance service can Karl's
frigerattan 106, nights 714-B
Used Can for Sale
tion, really nice, *425.' Te
Huddart-Cornelius Pprd Used
Lot, 211 Sunset. Open evening!
Wilson. Phone 1727-W.
Cars wanted. Cars wanted—
buys wrecks. Phone 308.
section 81 and 66, El Reno.
Buick — 194
owner, a good
318 North Bickford.
Company, 300 North Bickford.
1960 Packard 4-door. Looks
runs like new. MWwee Bros.,
North Rock Island.
Florists and Nurseriis 2
Beautify your home. Specialist in
landscape service, using El Reno
grown evergreens and other orna-
mentals. Estimates? No obligation.
Hutchinson Nursery company, 1200
block west highway 66. Phone 642.
Money ta loan on farm and city
property. Cash for “<31" equity.
Jess W. Haydon.
Our loan system enables yo* to
modernize that waste space into
useful rooms, closets, etc. El Reno
Federal Savings and Loan. Phone
Money to loan on real estate. Call
L. C. a ad berry 34
Lost, Found, Strayed 6
Lost: One Guernsey cow. 3-years
old, rope around horns, Thurs-
day morning. Call Freeman R.
Cool delightful lunch. Try our
special spring salad, a sandwich
and Iced tea. Allen's Drive-In. Curb
Missionary wants food, clothing, etc.,
for needy. Phone 2540-J.
Floor sander tor rent. We also rent
floor edgers, floor polLshers, table
sanders. lawn rollers, sewer rods
and typewriters. El Reno Hardware
If we can't sell you new appliances
—let us repair your old ones.
Youngblood Electric. Phone 129.
Wanted to Buy
Want to buy good, clean, large
cotton rags. No overalls, pants or
curtains. El Reno Daily Tribune.
Trucks and Trailers
21-foot Travelllte trailer
Tires, Parts, Supplies
netos, genuine Auto-Lite
>elco Remy ignition parts, i
Reno Parts Company.
Passenger flats, 76c; rw
7:10x15. (9-50; tractor tires
ilr. Halm Bros., ill East Wi
Help Wanted, Female
Wanted: Ladles to sell
H. D. Snapp, Mlnco.
Male or Female
Man or woman with car to
Watkins Products in 13 Reno
vicinity. Call 2032-R.
Let us cut jour high grass
weeks with our heavy
mower. Cuts 5-foot swath.
2242-J-4 after 5 p. m. Toi
Good Things To Eat
Buttermilk fed lryers. 1800 E
Rogers. Phone 1717 or 1043-W.
Moving - Storage
We'll give you prompt, dependable
, service on all types hauling Lo-
cal or long distance. El Reno
Transfer and Storage. Phone 106.
You'll like our dependable transfer
and baggage service. Phone 148,
taxi 204 Doke Taxi and Transfer.
Henry Glass. 1107 East Rogers.
Household Goods for Sale 32
niture. 3-passenger upholster
gliders, regular $49.50 at $37.50;
slat bottom chairs, red or
Will do ironing in my home.
Experienced. Phone 836-J.
Curtains, tablecloths finished.
Laundry. Abies, 611 South Miles.
Mattresses Renovated 15
Mattresses renovated. Innersprings
feltod In layer cotton. P. 8. Ryel,
705 North Bickford. Phone 1695.
Wallpaper lor all room*. Call us
for reliable paper hangers. El
Painting, papernanglng. texturing.
Chris 8tout. Phone 306-R.
Painting, building repair.
Standlfer. Phone 1138-J.
Get that lawnmower sharpened
now. Repairs for all makes. Roy's
Shop. 216 West Wade.
Plano tuning. Call Franklin, i58S
after 6 p. m. Permanent resident.
For ready mix concrete eel] 1140
El Reno before noon, other hours
call Oknrche. collect, to order con-
crete. Fete Schwan.
Efficient refrigeration and appli-
ance service. We do It right!
Rash Refrigeration. BIT death
Choctaw. Phone 437.
We buy used furniture.
Reiter Furniture Company.
20 Far* Impiem’ta A Berries 41
le- Used I860 T International baler,
Kk excellent condition; 1*48
Woods Bros, com picker; 1*48
Woods Bras, com picker, like new.
' Spurlin Bales. 2 miles southeast on
Cotton sprayer, 6 mr, *14220 up.
ports. Cotton spray and dust, 1 or
50 gallons. Bee me before you buy.
Calumet ”Y“ Farm Store, 8 miles
west of El Reno an M.
If1 Miscellaneous for 8*1* 42
Drop-gate baby bed; hlghchelr
' that folds to scooter; Lane
cedar chest. All in good condition.
T. J. Stewart Lumber Company,
th Fhone 224.
Large, used evaporative cooler for
c'« sale. Call 702.
r‘ Aluminum water pitchers; white
enamel buckets and dippers;
w Plastic serving trays; 1/4 and 1/2- .
j Inch electric drills; weed burners; 4
' garden hose and sprinklers;
swinging weed cutters; Eclipse j
lawn mowers; Ka-Bar knives,
lo, Farmers Hardware.
Rabbit feeder* and waterers, 25c
each, a Reno Hardware.
Jjj Vlgoro. Spreader loaned free with
purchase of 50 pounds or more.
El Reno Hardware Company. ]
“ Cotton insecticides — Toxaphene, 7
h Aldrln, DDT and 3-5-40 dust at
in competitive prices. S3 Reno Seed A
ie and Feed. * -
Over 300 products of the famous -
e, J. R. Watkins line sold and de-
ft. llvered In El Reno by C. R. DeVault,
it H17 East Oak. Phone 2032-R for E
s. free delivery.
4 RENTALS "
* Sleeping; Rooms 43
3 Innerspring, double or single, next E
bath. Close-in. Phone 864.
„ Privacy, comfort and large fan ®
offered In close-ln bedroom. Call S
Cool sleeping-room. House trailer.
417 North Rock Island. Phone E
B Desirable room, next to bath. Close- 1
In. Home privileges. 43t-J. 1£
® Rooms in Hotels 45 te
Nice, clean sleeping rooms. Sears N
Hotel, under new management. d<
- Apartments for Rent 46 ^
i Modern garage apartment, fur- 0(1
nished, unfurnished. 815 North f
Choctaw. 1629-M. -
9 Furnished or unfurnished apart-
ments. Utilities paid. Private s€
3 baths. Adults. Conveniently located. jQ
V Lyons apartments. Phone 1611. _
t Unfurnished 4-roonf apartment, If
private bath, upstairs, (25.00 3-
- month. Bills paid. Adults. 407 South
6 Admire. cr
4-room front apartment. Clean and *
nicely furnished, private bath, 4-
. new refrigerator; 3-room furnished,
private bath, nice bullt-ins, electric
refrigerator, garage. 730 South w
2-room furnished apartment. Also ai
3-room unfurnished house. Pr
Phone 825. '
3-room furnished apartment. 219 B1
South Evans. 5_
Furnished apartments. 4-roam fur-
nished house. 801 South Choctaw. Bv
3-room, private bath. Newly dec-
orated. Close-in. Gene Stansbury. lq
Furnished apartments. Bills paid.
Children accepted. 611 North eri
3-room furnished, air-conditioned. ™
Bills paid. 520 South Choctaw. —
Phone 313. . 5-r
Clean, furnished apartments. South Ph
exposure. Reasonable. Bills paid.
603 8outh Evans. Phone 1995-W. 5'r
2-room modern, furnished, electric
refrigerator, screened porch. Pri- 801
vate entrance. Phone 836-J.
3 rooms, refrigerator, stove furo- an
Lshed. Bills paid. Phone 2141. pa
Apartment* for Rout
ment. 802 South Rock Island.
311 Etast Hayes. 811-J.
l-room furnished, private bath.
Adults. Bills paid. Phone 17804$.
820 North Choctaw. 1518-J.
around floor. 320 South
-room unfurnished. Large. Nice.
20314 South Rock Island. 803.
Lpartmedt, furnished -or unfur-
nished, 418 West Wade. Coll 787.
Homm for Sola
la oh parts
of town. Owe
B|uMy In 4-room modern house,
west aide. 34M-J.
Or trade: 3-bedroom house. 508
West Oak. 1188.
By owner: "OI'' equity In 8-room
house, atoll book porch, with
garage and a half. Venetian blinds
throughout and Maytag stove. Lo-
cated 1208 West Warren. Call
Houses for Rent
lent or sail. 2-bearoom modem,
unfurnished. Phone 880-M.
ed. Phone 2165-J.
102 South Miles.
• •MtiuHiivu vs sea*
furnished. Close-In. Phone 2508.
rooms and bath. 623 South Miles.
Inquire 114 South Choctaw.
-room unfurnished house, floor
furnace. Close-In. Phone 2470.
Lands, Pasture for Rent 49
0 acres of pasture for rent,
registered bull calves for sale.
Business Property for Rent 59
West Wade after 4:30 p. m.
Wilding at 212 South Bickford.
3.600 feet floor surface. Jess W.
Island. See El Reno Federal Sav-
lgs and Loan Association, 307
Miscellaneous for Rent 51
erators, *1.00 per week. Davis
Farms, Land for Sale
>7 acres, lair improvements. 100
acres of grass, electricity and
ilephone, on hard surface road,
ot able to form any more so
;clded to sell and move to town,
wner, J. W. Haynes, route 1,
1 Reno, Okla. 7 miles west on
Houses for Sale
29 South Habuen. Nice 4-room
home. 3 lots, paving paid. Will
ill equity for $1,550. Balance ''Or'
on $5,390, payable $4025 per
x>m modern house, beauti-
fully decorated, garage, 2 lots,
West Jackson, 84.900. Terms.
need listings on good city
properties and farms. We write
kinds of insurance except life
i manage farms and city prop-
y. For dependable service, see
A. Bruce Agency, 118 North
Cat Sealed In Box Car
Takes It In Stride
ANDOVER. Mass., Aug. 13—<U.R)
—A cat showed up here and Boeton
and Maine railroad men were sure
it had nine lives.
The cat spent 17 days sealed In
a box car of wool without food
or water on a trip from Arizona.
When the door was opened the cat
walked out, ate some food and
drank water furnished by em-
ployes of a wool warehouse.
Apparently unharmed, It wan-
dered off to Inspect Its new sur-
Chains on Doorway
Scares Flies Away
SOUTH HADLEY. Mass.. Aug. 18
—<U.0>—Two restauranteura, Alfred
J. ConU and Antonio Luochesl
claim they’ve chained the files out
of their luncheonette.
"Better than a screen door,"
Gontl said, displaying a curtain ot
eight-foot chains that form a'bar-
rier at the nhop’s door.
Oantl got the idea while travel-
ing in Italy, where chains are hung
In doorways to discourage Inbound
flies, ihe slightest movement of
the chains, even by a breeze, he
said. Is enough to chase the flies
The chains used by the restau-
rant here are aluminum and
painted red. white Bnd blue.
SEE RELATIVES IN EL RENO
Captain and Mrs. LeRoy D. Mc-
Cay and daughter, Nancy, are vis-
iting his mother and sister. Mrs.
J. J. McCay and Miss Florence
McCay, 311 South Barker. Cap-
tain McCay Is enroute from Turn-
er airforce base, Albany, Oa., to
Ramey field, Puerto Rico, where
he will report for duty on Sept.
1. Mrs. McCay and daughter will
visit relatives In Albuquerque.
N. M„ and plan to Join their hus-
band and father on Oct. 1.
HALLS ABE MOVING been residing at 818 South Haddea,
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey O. Hall are moving today to SOI South
and daughter. Linda, who have I Rock Island.
Out Our Wty
AMP WE'LL 0Q
ON THIS VERV
By J. R. William*
AND I'LL BE RIGHT
ON TH1 VERY SPOT
WHERE IT SAY.fi
HIGHWAY Lb, IF
NX) DON'T MINC
WALKING A FEW
.t‘V • %L
WHY MCTHrg^ GET PRAY
7 M etc. u a mi 10*
_[UfS Jl r>. ■> me
priced to sell, on
ly 6-room home in Hlllcrest,
address over phone on this
-“Gl" equity for $700 In 4-
on west side.—8-room mod
in good condition. $4,000.-
Rubber mat for kitchen, $325; new
Crosley television set, 17-lnch
screen, bargain: used dinette sets,
*10.00 up. Cox-Morris Wright Fur-
Painted breakfast set. 8x10 green
Olson rug. Call 534.
8-foot Firestone refrigerator, 1949
model, 715 South Hadden.
Pets and Livestock
White-face heifer calf; 3 brood
sows, one with pigs at side, 2 to
farrow soon. Phone 1881.
Black Angus stock cow* with
calves. Several springer milk
cow*. Carl Younghelm. Call 1338-W.
Registered Milking Shorthorn bulL
13-months old. Tom Hamby. Call
Poultry, Feed, Supplies 38
Baby chicks ready for delivery.
White Rook*. Austro-Whites,
Barred Rocks, Leg-rock an* Jersey
White Oiant*. El Reno Hatchery.
The Local Market-Place fat Buyer
and Seller—Tribune Wont Ad* I
house, newly decorated
basement. West side.
South Elhson. 6-room house.
dining-room, lot 50x140 feet,
fwrfwi give us Ms keys, we wM
By Dudley Fisher
I SUESE IVA
sorta, easv ,
Bur A SOM'S KiSS
MEANS SO MUCH
TO A MOTHS?.
Boots and Her Buddies
6TWL ROT A HOOST IN
.By Edgar Martin
LOOKS LVVtl THAT
CWEV. VS TVS. ONtff
TWNfe T VAT'S BEito
THROUGH VIOl LATELY
WLW.W GUMMY ,TVOSY
SOWS MUST HAMfc COME VWOM
WHERE OF Vto *.
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the legions of
AND F002Y ADOPT
TO KEEP THEM AS
AS POSSIBLE... ,
EOCSEY WEARS THE M
TRAPPINGS OF A
AND OOP DRESSED ' "
POSES AS HIS
30 THIS IS TH' ROME ALL ] GOSH.FOOZY, I
WHArLL WE DO? J\ HERE EITHER.'
By V. T. Hamlin
WHAT ABOUT CAESAR. Y
DIDN'T HE LIVE IN St™, x
THIS TOWN? MAYBE/MY GOSHT yo, j Tw
HE'D BE GLAD TO / FOOZY, 1 j TV
SHOW US AROUN' V DON'T../
, IN TH' WRONG . , ,
I DIRECTION! IT'S/ <Ki
L ruic\A/hvi /
REMEMBER LAST TEAR
WILDAf WE WERE ALL SET
FOR A HONEYMOON VACATION,
BUT MY UNCLE JUMPY WAS
ON HAND TO GREET US'*
— CLOSELY FOLLOWED BY
YOUR AUNT MILDRED?
Freckles and His Friends By Merrill Blosser
Ah. mr! just uke > you
* ‘ SFR4N8-
- ^ HOW
it ) BU*©,
WEEK-END IN MISSOURI
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Preston,
daughter, Johnell, son, Jimmy, 621
South Macomb, spent the week-end
with their daughter and sister, Mrs.
Olenn Patterson, and Mr. Patter-
son In Kansas City, Mo.
Ntart aw twck.m
Makes Great Mistake
SALEM. Ore., Aug. 13—(U»—
Mrs. Elmer Harris grew one of the
largest cauliflowers reported in
the Willamette Valley this sea-
son but she says It all was a mis-
Mrs. Harris, who raised the
colossal cauliflower — nearly nine
inches in diameter — In her own
“1 thought I was planting cab-
ATTEND BAPTIST CAMP
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Badrama
and daughter. Karen Kay. aotith-
east of El Reno, spent the *H
end at the Palls Creek Ba*
assembly near Davis. Tlwir da*
tor. Betty Ann. Is ■ Mending
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 140, Ed. 1 Monday, August 13, 1951, newspaper, August 13, 1951; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920383/m1/5/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.