The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 58, No. 193, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1949 Page: 4 of 10
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Shelled Com __________ 1.24
Butler fat ... J|
Soring* 2-3 pound* ___________ .25
Heavy hens _______ 20
Light hen* ________ ,jg
Cocks and Stags_____________ .if
Driller May Have More
Income Tax Worries
El Reno (Olcla.) Daily Tribune
ENTD, Oct. 14—(U.fil—A. <3. Oll-
phant, Tulsa, who reportedly said
he was drilling an nil well north-
ae.st of Huntef lit Garfield county
to "cut down his Income tax." to-
day had more tax worries.
The well promise* to be a pro-
ducer. It made about 12 barrel* of
oil an hour on Initial tests In the
Wilcox sand, at fl.170 to 6.218 feet.
tContlnued from Page One!
appeared that the ball had been
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, Oct. 14—I/ft— Cot-
ton futures were firm today. The
market was active In early dealings
on extensive evening-up operations
In nearby October prior to ex-
piration of trading In those con-
tracts at noon today.
Late nfternoon prices were 10 to
30 cents a bale higher than the
previous close, December 29.75.
March 20.65, May 29.57.
ftunbed by one of the Pirate player*
and recovered by El Reno.
Tile referee ruled, however, that
he had blown hi* whistle before
I the "fumble" and that the bail
| belonged to Putnam. He had hardly
1 made that decision when he penal-
ized the Pirate* 15 yards, npparent
ly because Coach Jim Reynolds
walked onto the playing field.
Yeager Take* Sprint
That put the ball on the Putnam
19. On the first play Yeager cut
Will Visit Ixidgo
Charles C. Quenther, Kansas
City. Mo„ grand secretary of the
Fraternal Order of Eagles, will make
an official visit to the El Reno
lodge Nov. 8. It was announced here
Ouenther will discuss current
program* of the lodge.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 14-(U.R)
—A legislative committee today'
begins the Job of slicing millions wide “round right end. shook off
El Reno tackier* and
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 14-OP)
—Cattle 300, calves 100; no beef
steers or yearlings offered.
Hog* 350; steady with Thursday's
close or low tbne; most good and
Sheep 400; receipts consist of a
load of good feeder lambs at 20.00.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 14 -0P>-
Cattle 500, calves 200; several hun-
dred head American Royal show
rejected included In today’s supply.
Hogs 800; fairly active, steady to
25 higher than Thursday's average.
Sheep 500; good and choice truck
in native lambs 23.00.
off the request of state Institutions
for new and repaired buildings.
As the appropriation* committee
of the legislative council gathered
for its first study of the $36,000,-
000 building bond Issue, approved
Sept. 27 at the polls, Governor
Roy J. Turner submitted the In-
itial building requests.
The first group of Institutions,
excluding nil state colleges and
universities and two others, asks
for n total of $28,717,045. Of this
figure, $24,049,263 Is sought for
new construction and $4,903,093 for
repairs and modernization.
Mental hospitals are asking $10,-
701.460 for new buildings.
on the ED Reno
Grandmother Is Winner
In Sampling of Wines
ST. IiOUIS, Oct. 14—(U.R>—A 50-
year-old grandmother rested a
tired but triumphant palate today
Mrs. P. I,, izibarge, a housewife
with no previous professional ex-
perience, bested 400 experts and
connoiseurs by naming 18 unlabeled
whies she tested correctly.
Awed members of the St. Louis
wine Industries association gave her
the prize—a silver wine cooler.
Lions Club at Ada
ADA, Oct. 14 —(A1)— The Ada
Lions club will sponsor a street
carnival here on Halloween, Oct
Large sections of downtown bus-
iness streets will be roped off for
the carnival which will Include a
LONDON. Oct. 14—(IP)—Wlns-
ton Churchill said tonight the rul-
ing Labor party, by barring an
election this year, has condemned
Britain to another three to five
months under "a parliament not
only dead, but decomposing."
"On party grounds," Churchill
told the 70th annual conference of
the Conservative party, “we can
certainly alford to wait. The long-
er the drop, the surer the execu-
The Conservative leader said his
party Is ready for- the election
whenever It comes, but he said
that from the standpoint of na-
tional Interest, Prime ___________
Clement Attlee's government should
make up it* mind.
It was an 81-yard touchdown
sprint and tied the score. The kick
for conversion was wide.
Early In the fourth period Put-
nnm City recovered an Indian fum-
ble on the Pirate 45. Yeager crashed
the ball to the midstripe and passed
to Ronald Knight on the El Reno
Knight then lost six yards on a
line Play. Yeager followed this with
a pass to Rose, the Pirate end
snagging the ball on the El Reno
3 and crossing the goal.
Rose's kick for the extra |x>Int
That ended the scoring although
Putnam drove the ball to the 12
In the closing minutes of the gamp |
The threat was halted and El Reno
had pos.ses.sIon of the ball
The contest was the only Boom-
er conference tilt on the schedule
Next Friday El Reno will take
on Its third conference foe enter-
taining Lawton at Memorial sta-
dium in Adams park.
On Fund Drive
Reporting on the recent emer-
gency polio drive eonducted In
Canadian county under the spon-
sorship of the Uptown Business and
Professional Women's club. Miss
Mary Biu-ge, county chairman, re-
ported that she had received $621.38
This was In addition to the dona-
tions mailed directly to the post-
office. on which no estimate could
be made. Miss Burge added.
“The committee was well pleased
with the response to this drive and,
considering the circumstance* of
Ita short duration and lack of ac-
tual canvassing, the results ex-
ceeded expectations," Miss Burge
concluded in her report during the
Friday noon meeting of the club.
Friday, October 14, 194s
TO yOUR SERVICE
Wilson's dedicates their ser-
vices to their communities'
need*. Whether you wUh an
ambulance or to inquire
about funeral arrangements.
Wilson's high standards may
always be depended upon.
100 N. Barker
IF STORAGE IS
YOUR PROBLEM ...
WE HAVE THE ANSWER!
Our new storage facilities
have greatly Increased our
capacity to serve you. Heavy
Implements, automobiles and
all types of bulky equipment
can be properly protected
here. Call us to handle every
storage need , , , large or
TRANSFER and STORAGE
• PHONE 108
ALARM CAME LATE
MINNEAPOLIS -(U.R)— J. w.
Sneller thought an alarm clock for
35 cents was a bargain. He pulled
out a bulging pocket book and had
it snatched out of his hands by
_____ the salesman. It contained $390.
as the J s«eller chased the thief but Sneller
Is 88 years old. not as speedy as he
used to be.
Damage Suit Filed
In Federal Court
OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. 14-UP)
—Clarence C. Abram. El Reno
filed suit today in federal district
court for *5,805 damages against!
... . , |the Southwest Ice and Dairv Pro- -
Minister ducts company, Oklahoma City, ns
result of an automobile-truck col-r
lision In El Reno Aug. 12.
Onr I .ox Overhead Mean*
Havings For You!
East of El Reno on '*66”
MtWMT AUTO. I.JAIIfl.ITt UATI>
$39.95 to $79.95
Electrical, Plumbing and
Phones 230 or 800
Hrt N. Kirt 'K iNl.AMl 1*11« » u III
Four Forfeit Bonds
Pour bonds of $1 each, posted
Thursday for overparking, were for-
feited In municipal court today,
records of Lz*e Harvey, chief of
Bonds were forfeited by Paul At-
kinson, 620 West Rogers street;
Mrs. Max Kirkland, 611 West Hayes
street; O. E. Smith, Geary; and
Mrs. Fred Kitzmlller, El Reno
Now Under Lease by Its Original Operators,
Presents the Most Complete Menu
In the Southwest!
Italian and American Food With
Real Hickory Pit Barbecue
Saturday, October 15 at 3 O’Clock We Give
V on The New “Reno Rancho.”
Grace and Carl Littero
TAILORED TO MEASURE
irfraits of Distinction
■uth Bickford--Phone 106
5 and Home Wedding Photoa
Buy your insurance froi
Where insurance Is n
! business is INSURANCI
7i an insurance Specialist
of a sideline—Our only
We insure anything!
ALWAYS ASK FOR GRE1
ALWAYS ASR FOR GftH
“Carleton and Elsie Mad*
Corner—Wade and Choctai
ClEANFD and BLOCKED
We Pick Up
470 and 480
A. D. COX, JR., OWNER
207 East KusscU
For Beauty., f, onpat tn*ss
Maximum Heating Iffititmy
I DC UR-30
I 30,000 MU
TWO GRAND STORES
100 and 108 N. Rock Island
Don’t throw uncomfort-
able, but still good, shoes
away. We can repair
them so they fit com-
fortably and give lots
HARLEY WOODS. Owner
110 South Choctaw
On (sit wven Mdt «fc
Um svw wiHpspw—(hsKt 1/ mIw*
CHECK WITH US FIRST FC
ALL YOUR REDECORATIN
DAVIS NUN! wSf
109 North Bickford—Phone 1
PAINTFOR EVERY PURPOS
KNOW YOUR DAIRY
It's Good Business To Know As Much
As You Can About The Company
Whose Dairy Products You Use
NEW YORKER 4 DOOR SEDAN
does more thanyouIIask car
• ••Let the car prove it!
Try driving without shifting In the car with
the simplest automatic transmission of all
. . the car that gives you complete control.
Wad* through flood and storm that
would stall any other carl You’ve the first
and only waterproof ignition system on
any passenger car.
Look under tho fondors and body, therc’a
protective undercoating no other car gets
•t tho factory. Look at the Safety Rim wheels
. . . blowouts can’t throw a tire under
almost any normal driving.
See how common sons# and imagination
>n engineering and research make you more
comfortable. With chair-height seats. With
beautiful interior* for full size people.
Telephone your neorby Chrysler dealer
• - he will bring the car to your door. In
any body style, 4-door Sedan, Club Coupe,
Convert,bU Coupe, the powerful 8-cylinder
«&*£'y ,0r ™
Spend IS minutes with
HAMMONS-VOGEL MOTOR CO. • 214 North Choctaw
Take time to visit PEABODY'S
QUALITY DAIRY and see for your-
self HOW your Milk and Ice Cream
is processed, packaged and han-
dled. IT DOES MAKE A DIFFER-
ENCE WHERE, HOW AND WHEN
YOUR DAIRY PRODUCTS ARE
Ice Cream and Ice Cream Mix
made in Oklahoma City, Guthrie,
Wichita, Tulsa, Enid, Chickasha,
Elk City and EL RENO are all to be
found on sale in El Reno.
PEABODY'S QUALITY DAIRY
-EL RENO'S FINEST—2101 SUN-
SET DRIVE IS "LOCALLY OWN-
ED AND LOCALLY OPERATED."
Compare the QUALITY & FRESH-
NESS of El Reno and Canadian
County made Dairy Products which
we sell on Routes, at our Plant Store,
our Downtown Store, 200 N. Rock
Island and at El Reno's leading
MILK ICE CRLAMCo
C. V. Peabody
WE GIVE S&H GREEN TRADING STAMPS
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Harle, Budge. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 58, No. 193, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1949, newspaper, October 14, 1949; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920517/m1/4/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.