The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 249, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 13, 1939 Page: 4 of 6
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. 13,1
The El Reno Daily Tribune RFARY FOOTBALl
A Bine Ribbon Newspaper Serving a Blue Ribbon Community vILflll I UU I L/flLL
Issued dally except Saturday from 207 South Rock Island avenue,
bod entered as second-class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1876.
RAV J. DYER
Bdltor and Publisher
The ASSOCIATED PRESS Is exclusively entitled to the use of re-
publication of all the news dispatches credited to it or not credited by
this paper, and also to all the local news therein
All rights of publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved.
Oyster Supper Is Given In
ONLY THE YEAR IS ( HANGED
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN CANADIAN AND
BY CARRIER ADJOINING COUNTIES
One Week_________________$ .15 Three Months-----------I1J50
Three Months_________$1.75 81x Months-----------------$3.00
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
GEARY. Dec 13--Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Catron entertained the
Geary highschool football boys
Wednesday with an oyster supper,
after which the e.enlng was spent
playing miscellaneous games.
Those enjoying the evening were
C. W. Johnson. Louis Gormley,
Raymond Goold. Bob Garvey. Roy
Lee Coble. Edwin Galloway, Basil
One Year--------------$7.00 One Year------------------^00 Buck, Dick Barfell, William Ames,
Including Sales Tax
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1039
GOD RULES: Acquaint now thyself wilh Him, amt be ai peace.—Job
Hollywood Film Shop
BY ALEXANDER KAHN
United Press Staff Correspondent
Mrs. carmelita Roach haled him
I IOLLYWOOD, Dec. 13 —<U.» _____ _ _ _ __________
TTCharlie McCarthy, smart-crack- \ into court to answer her demands pt jKy Young People's union
ing radio and movie comic. Is In | fer $500 alimony pending the trial
the hospital, but only because the I of their divorce case. Roach pro-
man who makes him talk is suf- tested that he hndni woiked
ferlng a facial infection. lately. He said he has only "a
Edgar Bergen, who speaks both I1"1"’ Pa lter change" right now.
for himself and Charlie, is con- "But I understand he has turned
fined in a ho pital because of a «0-*-day fta. just because
boil on his check. Since he was too he to used to making $100 a day.”
ill to leave f„. his and Charlie's protested Mrs. Roach s lawyer.
'And that;' ' *
regular Sunday broadcast. Charlie
had to go to the hospital, too
Charlie, Imbued with the
with the shew' spirit of the gen
Earl LaMons. Phillip Leonard. Allan
Long, Orville Long. Wallace Hicks,
Robert McIntyre. Leon Tedder,
Kenneth Watson. Albert Waskll,
Cloye Walker, Carl White. George
Woodruff and Coach Bob Stegall.
Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Brandon
escaped injuries Thursday, except
for a cut on Mrs. Brandon's hand,
when their car overturned on a
graveled road three miles north
of Geary Rev Brandon. Baptist
Indian missionary, said he lost
control of the car when the steer-
ing apparatus failed.
Mrs. L. E. Lyon entertained the
her home Friday evening.
The evening was spent playing
games, after which refreshments
Those enjoying the occasion were
Bettye Jean Chapman, Naomi
Parker, Leona Purser, Robert Par-
ker, Honryetta Fiole, Donald Rob-
erts. Lloyd Thornhill, Betty Bow-
man. Francis Woodruff. Venice
Elkins, Dave Rensaw Odessa Sey-
Address Is Scheduled By
WHITE HOUSE CARD—Only practical change from previous
years in Chrisfmas greeting card to be sent from White House
by President and Mrs. Roosevelt this season is the year. Old
homestead at too carries soot of color.
in « 'A i_V
replied Judge Ed-
ward Brand, "may be good Judg
ment. He spent years working him- ler, Marjorie Jnmwcn, Lena Jami-
011 .self up to the $100-a-dny bracket j son. Mildred Jamison. Don Hensley.
. , and it might permanently injure J F. Otlllsple. Cleto Kemery, Susie
uine trooper, went to the hospital. hJs (uture t<) ftCC#pt lftjS . Moore. Dolilc Mae Mourer. Rev.
Mrs. Roach was awarded $100 a nn<l Mrs. Lee Aufill.
montl, I The Mt. Zion negro qunrtet of
* * * ! Enid entertained during the Ep- j
Worth league hour at the First |
Methodist church in Oearv Sun-
Cliarlle J ocean with water from the seven I <**2L*VtP'riK „
The Oeniy F F A
l clubs sponsored a pie
Though the Pacific to close at sup|)pr
Captivatin ’, Bette Davis, academy , hand and free of charge. Warners j,
award winning actress, is free to | built their r,*„ ocean on their
pursue her "career.'' j studio lot so they can control such
An Interlocutory divorce decree ■ things as the wind, the sun, the j wbich the pies and Ixixes
was filed to sever the strings of rain, and tides. They can film « | sold for approximately $30.
In their meeting at 2 p. m. j
Thursday, members of the women’s j
general couneil of the First Christ- j
inn church will hear as guest ;
speaker Virgil E. Havens, a general
field worker oi the United Christ-
tlar. Missionary society and a re-1
turned missionary from Africa, it j
ha« been announced by Rev M. B.
Until a tew years ago Mr., Havens
was an Industrial and evangelistic
missionary In central Africa where
lie was stationed at Woma, the
newest and most primitive of the
six mission stations of Iris com-
munion in Belgian Congo.
Industrial Work Taught
At Wema. Mr. Havens taught
ihe natives to saw lumber, to
bake bricks and use tools. They
learned to build better homes,
schools, a church ana a hospital.
During a second ierm, when Ire
was stationed at Bolenge, the old-
est and most modern of th“se six
stations, he again supervised in-
dustrial work, took long evange-
listic journevs into tie back
country to visit schools and
churches in the native villages,
and taught in Congo Christian
institute, a training school for
teachers and preachers.
The S. S. Oregon, a -tern wheel-
Social Activity Is Ma
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPON
CALUMET. Dec. 13- The w
| council of the Calumet Ch
! church met Thursday at tie
where the day was spent q
J Plans were made to atteii
; council meeting In El Rem
Those attending the roeetin
1 Mrs. Louie Andersen, Mrs.
| wood Ridgway. Mrs. Elmer G
Mrs. Irvin Pbnwright, Mrs
: Laughlin, Mrs. Frank Hut
Mrs. Chiis Andersen. Mrs. it
Virgil E. Havens, a general fleld j Thompson. Mrs E King nn
worker of the United Chrtotton frown.
Missionary society and a returned The Methodist Ladies Aid
missionary from Africa, will be the,1™ at th° parsU'
guest speaker at a meeting of the ,he a',u*t** 10
women's general council of
,bei Members attending were 1
First Christian church at 2 p. m. | p^
Thursday.____P]R \irs. Myrtle Clayton,
sat on Bercen's knee and wise-
cracked just the same as if he
had been In Hollywood's lavish
"Pm not supposed to do anything
anyway." Bergen said
will liavp to carry on'
* ♦ *
By DENVER BAR DWELL r ..r * Jj^ ;
Copr. 19M by United Fenltire Syndicate, Inc.
Warner Brothers are preparing
to christen their private, roofed
her marriage to Hannon Nelson, i balmy south seas scene while it's | proceed ,
Jr., a New York advertising execu- pouring rain outside, or whip up
made final a dandy little storm with a Howl-
ing gale lrom the wind machines,
when it's a beautiful sunshiny
day a few feet away on Holly-
tlve. The decree was
by Superior Judge Thurmond
Clarke on the complain! of Nelson
that Miss Davis was mere con-
cerned over her career than her
position as his wife.
Nelson said that Miss Davis would _
stay home evenings poring over' pictures Warners
her lines, neglecting him and mak-! "The flea Hawk,
lng It necessary’ for him to find Flynn. This film
and F H O
in Hi- highschool auditor-
Fridny night. A varied pro-
gram was presented by the mem-
bers of the two chapters, after
will be applied to the
construction fund for the F. F. A.
dormitory on the state fnir grounds
In Oklahoma City.
Hinton visitors Thursday eve-
ning were Misses Esther Lee. Hel-
en Leo Mclntlre. Trl, Lyles and
The ocean win be put to work Sarah Jean Auslev.
the first of a series of sea PYanklln Auslev has returned to
are planning. I'*s home ln Oklahoma City after a
will make use
brief visit with his parents,
nnd Mrs T. J. Ausley
JUt own amusement "Her career of the first of two boats to sail Tiankhn 4NM Sunday and
Nelson said, "was more important: the Warner ocean. "The Sea Ml ;'n‘n Mrs’’Nuaem vis-
to her than cur marriage ' Hawk, an Engltoh man-o -wm ^ m ^ ^ f„pnn Coffmnn
* * *
Miss Davis and Nelson were mar- an<l ,*v> ' Madre de Dies, a Spanish
Tied seven igo at Ymna.! galleon. 139 and 138 feet in length.
Itill Rudkin, stranger in Ihe
little Western town of Shady
Gulch, (earns that Thomas Bal-
ly. owner of the biR Half Dia-
mond ranch, is trying to ruin
the small neighboring ranchers
in order to force them to sell to
him Rudkin derides to help the
s m u i I ranchers, particularly
after he meets Arlene Waller
pretty daughter of one of them.
He discovers that l.allv has used
crooked tactics and goes to the
town of San Jacinto to carry
out certain plans, lie tentatively
hires two cowpunehers. Roostei
and Chick, to help him. Mean-
while he learns that I,ally is in
town and that Ben Ormond,
owner ot the Bar M. is about to
sell out to him. whieh will give
Lally the whlphand over the
other ranchers. Radkin decides
to trv to buy the Bar M him-
self. lie eavesdrops outside Lal-
ly « hotel window by standing
on :> scaffold and learns that
the deal between Lally and Or-
mond Is to he concluded at noon
the next day. lust then. Lallv
hears him outside Ihe window
and leaps up.
steaded ground in a thousand
square miles. All I can do is put
the nomesteaders under oath that
what they claim is true. What are
you driving at?”
Radkin explained the false
wells and other indications of
fraudulent entries on the Thumb
Johnnie Brannon Mrs. B.
Fever and Mrs. French Lain
MiSs Wilma Leek now 1
ploved in the home of M
community j Mrs. Lawrence Stoelir at El
j Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tinsley
j Sunday in the home of her
afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ed Mrs. Jimmy Cronk. and Mr
Persons from this
who attended a meeting of the
Mayview Happy Hour club Friday
Waikentin at Yukon were Mrs.
Ralph Smrcka, Mrs. Antcne Kouba.
Mrs. Pearl Eichor and Mrs. Viva
very interesting program was
of Fort Reno.
Mr. and Mrs. Heimy B
spent Sunday tvenln? in tin
Of the latter's sister, Mrs.
Franklin, end Mr Franklin
er steamboat which makes Journeys j Rjven Mrs Pau| Davis sang i Uobb
up and down the rivers of Bel- ..SalUa claus Express." accompan- **«• Snvder is serio
glan Congo to visit the mission jlpd b Mrs R L Fl at the pla„o wit* i>n""™ni* in the h<
stations, was under his direction , RpadlnRS WPrp Riven by Marvin j M^anrt Mrs Arthur Dnydt
Has Traveled Widely Lee Novak and Paul Lewis Davis. Mr„ anrt. M,R' He'\ry ®
When Mr. Havens and .his fam- Christmas carols were sung by j'Jlen . a '\n j' '.
. . . * ; , i latters parents Mr. aivl I
ily returned to jAmencn. instead the greup. ~,vJr of MufcUne
of going west oi the Congo river Demonstrations were given by 3^ Morrte of Oearv an
to the ocean, then to Europe and Mrs Dan Boismle,. on wrapping1 pranws Cornell were Sundt
home, he.v journeyed east by, Chrlstmas p;i;.kauPS Mrs. T R. „jng dinner guests ln the h
Coni’o steamer came hnugh the Novak demonstrated making Christ-1 Mr and Mrs. Ross Cubbag
Lreat gime country In a motor mas atld Mrs Ralph Smrcka Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Sl.iel.
truck, sailed down the Nile river sh;wpc| how lo ma|tP a set-in-patch. | children o' Shawnee accon
by bar re, .hen across the Medi- bv j m- Mrs. josephin, Phields ol
terranran bv boni ,o Europe and INP" uyl. -.. ______,
the president. Mrs Lloyd MJWfclhfllBA City, spei Bunday
Plans were made for a social j home of Mr and Mrs. Louie
El Reno Saturday
[desk with the title of president of
the Samuel Ooldwyn Studio com-
l»ny and dented any intention of
ire Hollv- ’nuittlrtR to form his own movie
liiuaiu iiroducltw concern.
Ariz.. and were divorced Dec G,
1937 TTic decree was marie final
and filed Monday.
* * *
Bob Hope, movie comedian, and
Ruby Keeler, tap-dancing estrang- j
ed wife of AI Jolson are Hot11’-1 quitting
wood's best golfers unofficially.
Hope and Miss Keeler defeated j Elevation of Roosevelt to the
crooner Bing Crosby and actress head of the Ooldwyn company ap-
Paulette Goddard in a match for P»rfnt|y at ^ rumors
the benefit of a Santa Claus fund rising while he was in the east.
They played 18 holes, using low Hta eontraet with Ooldwyn was
ball'and aggregate scores lo com- renewed to run until January 1941,
pute the results Individual cards'he said,
showed He tie had 73 strokes. Mias * * *
Keeler 90. Crosby 73 and Mias j Senortta Alicia Cardenas, pretty
Ooddaid 107 daughter of President fAzaro
Cardenas of Mexico, paid a visit
Bert Roach, the movie comedian *° Tyrone Power at Twentieth
has the judges approval in turn- Century-Fox studios,
lng duwn jobs that pay only $50 “I am repaying a visit he paid
he ean't me ln Mexico City." she said. She
*ls here for a week's visit.
Mr nnd Mrs Carl Sanders. Mr.
and Mrs, Charles Blake were El
James Roosevelt returned to bis R|,no visitors Saturday evening.
a duy. even If It means
l»ny big alimony
!X)WN MEMORY LANE
Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Markev and
son of Oklahoma City are visiting
in the home of his parents. Mr
and Mrs. Glenn Mackey, sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brothers,
daughter. Betty, Mrs. Jerry Mike-
sell, daughter, Phoebe Jane, and
Mrs. Pearl O'Neil were Oklahoma
City visitors Monday
Mr. and Mrs T. C. Hawktni? and
family of Los Angeles. Calif., are
visiting in the home of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore
College students home for the
week-end were Rayael Massey and
June Bright of Stillwater France:
I Lehman of Norman, BUI Franklin
and Robert Parker of Weatherford
and Jane Millegan of Oklnhomn
James Folks and Bob Ijovett.
students at Southwestern college In
Weatherford, spent the week-end In
the home of the lonner’s parents.
Mr and Mrs Charles Folks.
Mr. and Mrs F. A. Davison nnd
daughters. Pansy and Violet vis-
EFORE he left Bascom's house
half an hour later, the com-
missioner was in a wholly differ-
ent mood from that displayed at
first He gave Radkin his promise
that, early the next morning, he
would set out for Thumb Creek
valley with the man Radkin said
would be waiting to go with him
He promised further that ft h?
found Radkin’s report correct, he
would nullify the homestead titles
Lally had bought, and open them
again to re-entry by the first ap-
Back at Pueblo House. Radkin
went to the room he had engaged
for Chick and Rooster.
"You two fellers are hired at
fifty dollars and found.” lie told
thoffl. "At least for one month's
wages. Those wages will hold un-
til all danger of the extra service
I talked about is oast. Then
_ forty and found as punchers on
D ADKIN Jumped to grab hold thf Bar M whirll , mPan to b„v
1X of the scaffold planking ad right?"
above him. He pulled hlmselt 'Right as a new fiddle. Mister
hilt nnt a see- R«dkin!" Rooster said grinning,
up and lay flat -but not a sec . men do WP qart ,h0otin'?”
ond loo soon Shooting might come later but
tally's head and shoulder*cam- ngnt at first, there's work with-
out ot the window orlnw He out any shooting required You
peered long and carefully at the got on votir Drone bv daylight,
shadowy framework ol the seal- Rooster and go riding with Mr
fold but Radkin was hidden bv John Bascom the land eornmis-
the plank- on which he was IvlnR ,inner for this district Get out
Finally Lally drew his head to his house before sun-up. and
back in and banged down his win- go with him to Thumb Creek val-
dow. ley. He's going to take a look-see
Radkin drew a deep breath ot at some unfinished wells and
relief and rose. Now on a leve> other proofs that those Thumb
with the fourth floor he made ms Creek homesteads were never im-
wav along the scaffold to his own proved lawful How many other
window and rlimbed in. men did vou round up tonight?"
He did not stay in his room "We found six." Chick nut in.
long oowever He had another "and they said they’d have three
task to attend to tonight. He left oi four more bv tomorrow "
the hotel and after makinR in- "Oood1" Radkin approved,
quiries located the home of the highly pleased. "I hope vou two
deputy land-office rommlssionei and the others have never used
who was in charge of the large your homestead right' anywhere,
territorial district Including because vou're going to use them
Thumb Creek valley. now. I want you two fellers to file
claims on those two last home-
'T'lIE commissioner was none too steads a-straddle o Thumb f rrek
I hospitable when he finally ftBSl on<*'
came to the door in response to
Rudkin s repeated knock*. move Bar M hendquar-
the home of Mrs. Gecrge Watson.
A Christmas program and gift ex-
change will be enjoyed in the
Mrs George Samek was enroled
as a member of the club.
College of Missions.
The public is invited to hear!
Mr. Havens speak Thursday after-
noon tlie pastor annotuices.
CATS Of 75TH GENERATION
WALLA WALLA. Wasu (UP) —
Cats within the walls of the Wash-
ington state penitentiary have
reached the 7i>ih generation now
The last census of the feline dy-
nasty showed 50 cats in the prison
that are direct descendants of
those acquired in 1887 to keep the
institution free of rats.
Special rnmmuniration i
Retlo lodge No. 50 A. F. A
Tonight at 7:30 n'rtork.
Work in Master Degn
Visiting Brothers W'elci
OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY CO. —
Half Diamond range
** .........Fireman G. &
ss-sr ’ts im. isr* -Mr - i £H" rr>:HjHjH
plunj'ed into an open switch near Kremlin, Okla. J. W. Mirk Whltiimore. Cecil faiwry "I'm ;om to riwturb vou. Mr
Ross also received cuts and bruises, hut is getting: along und Jesse Waller spent Sunday Bascom said Radkin. but mv
1------ in Oklahoma CHv ! business m urgent. Can I come in
for a few minutes?"
me. Likewise the other
men we'll hire. That'll keep
Thumb Creek water open to
thffstv cows and give old Tom
nicely. . . .The men jumped from the engine when it hit the|*Vfn,n*
open switch, as they feared it miirht turn over. The train |
was running about 25 miles an hour at the time of the
Mrs. (\ C. Craijr entertained the Doce AjuiAs club
yesterday afternoon at a regular meeting. A two-course
luncheon was served to members ami to Mrs. W. D. Mc-
Cormick. Mrs. M. E. Lucas and Mrs. Ollie Switzer as addi-
tional guests. .
Miss Alys Williams was hostess to Tri-Hi club Friday
evening when Miss Fern Johnson was the only additional
guest. The evening was spent informally and in the cut for
high. Mrs. Raymond Higgins received the favor.
Sheriff T. C Shacklett and his deputies raided a farm
north we t of E Reno yesterday, confiscating 20 gallnns of
liquor and a complete distilling outfit..
Miss Harriet Correll is a guest in the home of Mrs. M.
E. Lucas today. She and Mrs. Lucas will return to Chick-
asha Sundav and attend the sacred concert given by the
glee club of the Oklahoma College for Women.
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED * Do
not say, "Please do not butt In.”
Say, "Please do not Interfere."
O F T EN MISPRONOUNCED
Abuse (verb and noun). Pronounce
verb a-bur. mnn q-bux. u as In
OFTEN MISSPELLED loath
(adjective). Loathe iverbi,
SYNONYMS: Justice fairness,
Impartiality, right fulness
scowled, hut ushejed
VTOU talk like you done already
the Bar M Roosier
found out that you had approved nmmbtt;ioner tomorrow You get
patents on • Jot of lionmstejttls B,scom out therr and back here
that never had fulfilled the law b/ tliursdav night - that's dav
on improvements what would <rtPr tf>m0IT0W. w.-'ve got to get
happen Mr Bascom those quarter section numbers
Bascom bristled. "Have you fI0m the county recorder and
come here cowboy to cross-ex- weq) have men re-enter them Frl-
.unine me or to ask mv ofllcla' day If Bascom does what he orom-
nelp in something?" lse(j. while you're out there
"1 guess I've come to get your Rooster get the Meehan boys and
iielp for both vou and me Mistei the three boys at the MW to come
Commissioner. Are vou a close in and enter claims Friday If you
friend of Mr. Thomas Lally?" (. in persuade em."
"No—but I'm no enemy ot ms "And me?" Chick asked,
either. Lally's a powerful man. He "How'm I gonna nelp you buy the
WORD STUDY "Use a word HHH_____
three times an.1 it |» yours." let d«v have strings on Bar M tomorrei '••'
tie Increase our vocabulary
mastering one word each day. To-
day's word: DEVASTATION; the
act of Inylng waste, or stale of
being destroyed, iPronounce die
e as In debt, accent third syllabi*)
"Are vou still good friends with
"Sorta backwards and for-
wards." Chick replied. "He used j
to drink with us boys."
"Fine! You take this ten-dotlar
bill." Radkin directed "and get
of the war.'
Mr*. L. R. Connors entertained the T. E. L. cImr of
♦ ho First Baptist Sunday school Friday afternoon with Mr*.
J. M. Flinpin and Mrs. Ernest Blanchard us assisting host-
esses. Alter the election of officer* for the ensuing year,
the hostesses served delicious refreshments Rev. nnd Mr*.
Holmes Nichols wore apeeial guests.
my )ob enough to kick me out
keep me to."
“But he's not your bos* yet. to
"Not by a jugful I"
"Oood How about the unlawful
. __ ......________________________ way he had stools among his ____
"Tills (Imitation V is the result cowboy bunch file on twenty-two out soon's the saloons open in the
half gactions ot nomesleadi and morning. Get the best whisky vou
ire* claims out in Thumb Creek can flnd bring it up to Ormond s
valley never finishing up the ira- room and have him good and
prwements and then selling to ouaed by eleven o'clock. Just
Lally as soon as they got their make sure he don't get too far
deeds bv swearitiR lies? Didn’t vou gone to sign nls name. When I
look over those so-called 'tm- ,how up maybe with a lawyer,
provements before vou recom- don't let on that you know me. ’
mended patents?" -
"No. I didn't. They don't give ^ fTo be continued)
me any help in this district and Th« ohnradrrt tn thi* terlal are
I can't go over every foot of home- rtrffffotu)
BARNUM SUC K Ml TOO
LITCHFIELD, Conn tU.Ri- P T ^
Baenum who coined the phrase
"there's a sucker bom every min-
ute" proved hlrnsel; no exception.
A town history showed the famous
rircusman sunk $10,000 In a phony
copper mining enterprise
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