The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, March 17, 1950 Page: 3 of 6
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Friday, March 17, 1950
El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
The regular weekly sessions of
the Bible study classes of the Bible
Baptist church were conducted
Members of the Maranatha class
MONDAY met ln the home of Mrs' Dewey
u— Wednesday with Tttoule home demonslraUm Keeler. 510 West Owen H with
PLANNED BY G.I.A.
A party was planned for 6 o'clock
Saturday, March 18. in the I.O.O.F.'
hall by members of the G.I.A.
Mrs. E. S. Cupp, 501 South Ma-
comb avenue. Assistant hostesses hagen. 907 South Barker avenue
for the session were Mrs Arthur ' Co-hostess. Mrs. H. B. Plippen.
Childcraft club. Guest luncheon
at 1 o'clock at First Christian
Eagles auxiliary. Business meet-
ing ln Eagles hall.
Guild of First Christian church.
Lambert and Mrs. A. L. Nelson.
Other members present were
Mrs. L. B. Maynard, Mrs. Charles
Warnberg. Mrs. W. E. Farley, Mrs.
Ralph Woodward, Mrs. William
, Vaughn, Mrs. C. G. Schultz. Mrs.
* H. L. Campbell, Mrs. H. C. Keith,
Mrs. F. L. McClain, Mrs. W. I.
Wyrick, Mrs. J. W. Myers, Mrs.
W. E. Ballew, Mrs. J. S. Cormack,
Mrs. Dick Spillers, Mrs. J. H.
Porter, Mrs. J. T. Morgan, Mrs.
H. E. Merchant. Mrs. T. W. Brit-
tain. Mrs. F. A. Inge, Mrs. Frank
Smith, Mas. H. B. Little and Mrs.
Mrs. Rosie Swart/. McArthur of
L Chicago, aunt of the hostess, was
a guest for the meeting.
The April 5 session will be con-
[ ducted hi the home of Mrs. Bal-
lew, 314 South Williams avenue.
* * *
BY MRS. ROBERT DOYLE
The St. Patrick motif was fea-
tured in the dessert course served
by Mrs. Robert A. Doyle when she TO.O.F. hal1
entertained members of the Work- ' F„IOVFir-
basket club Wednesday afternoon | ^ cLUB MEETING
Kessler, Mrs. Harold Cavin and
Mrs. Stewart Henthorn, the mis-
sionary offering was received.
Preceding the lesson taught by
Mrs. David Cavin, prayer was of-
fered by Mrs. Dewey Condry.
Attending were Mrs. Carl Daugh-
Hnstess Mrs Harvev C Dozier 417 erty- Mrs AdolPh Goosmann. Mrs.
North Choctaw avenue. Meeting at ^
7:30 p. nr.
Birthday club. Hostess, Mrs. B. 1 . , .
W. Koblyer, 703 North Bickford Cavin. daughter, Judy, Mrs^ Hen-
Mrs. Kenneth Winchester, daugh-
ter, Karen, Mrs. James Robertson,
Mrs. David Cavin, Mrs. Harold
avenue. Assistant hostess, Mrs. M.
Friendly Sewing club. Hostess,
| Mrs R. T. Huddart, 706 South
Rebekah lodge. Regular meeting
in I.O.O.F. hall.
Chapter M. PEO. Hostess, Mrs.
H L. Fogg, 611 South Hoff avenue.
thorn. Mrs. Petitt, son. Gene, Mrs.
I Condry and the hostess.
Concluding prayers were offered
i by Mrs. Daugherty and Mrs. Goos-
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Henthorn, 1121 West London
The Electa class meeting, in the
home of Mrs. Curtis Keller. 1213
Chapter AE, PEO. Hostess. Mn>. gast poreman street, was conducted
eravenue.3 Assistant hostess. Mis's '»*n- Baxler M _
Prayer were offered by Mrs. Don
Lucy Ann Babcock.
GI.A. Party at 6 o'clock
j Eimen and Mrs. C. E. Shaw preced-
J ing the mission offering and lesson
! from the book of Psalms.
Both the introductory prayer and
I the benediction were repeated in
Also present were Mrs. C. K.
tic wool dress that goes
places this spring may travel with
a matching coat or it may not
need a companion at all. But
whichever way it journeys, it will
be distinguished by neat-as-a-pin (*J|
tailoring and crisp-textured fab- ^11
A blouse-topped dress joins up
with a three-quarter length coat •
to make the ensemble at left, de- B
signed by Eisenberg. Navy wool “
for coat and skirt is given crisp- :
ness by bold window-pane plaid
silk in lining and blouse. Short
sleeves turn up to show deep I
The tailored shirtwaist dress at
right is designed by Margi in _
men's wear flannel. Smoke pearl - ^
buttons stud the plunging neck- '<* ~
line of the surplice bodice. The
dropped shoulder line releases
full dolman sleeves, caught at the
wrists bv snug-fitting cuffs.—KAY SR
SHERWOOD. NEA Staff Writer.
Fragments of Knowledge
From A. and M. College
BY ALLAN M. EITEL i tween agriculture and girls, but
„ evidently there is. What does agri-
OTILLWATER, March 17—-<8pe- culture have that Tommy doesn't
Ocial)—The Harlem Globe Trotters hi,.irlps Tommv,
were the stars of an outstanding have • • Asides Tommy.
seven-act show sponsored by the
Varsity "O” club here last Monday
night. The Trotters literally ran
OBERT DOZIER, a senior in
1 commerce, has been hanging
circles around their opponents, the ! around the Spudnut shop, a campus
Clark Twins of Indiana. The un- hideout ... er hangout quite
orthodox style of the Trotters made a bit here lately. It could be be-
an interesting and very unconven
tlonal basketball spectacle.
cause the Spudnut shop is a favorite
hangout for the girls. If this is true
The basketball sharks from Har- ' then I can see why he does; I do
lem won the game ... I use this | it myself.
as was expected. | Elwood Simmons can't keep from
but the Twins lought a good bat- | yappin' about Sharon Penwrtght,
tie. ! an FI Reno graduate of '48 Elwood's
Despite the paramount admission home is in Retrop, a thriving little
charge of one dollar, the college metropolis in the watem section of
fieldhouse was filled to capacity. I Oklahoma, although y
use the word "paramount” because , never know it jy <■ i
a dollar is quite a sum of money
for a college student. This could
be interpreted as an appeal to the
parents of the 56 El Reno Aggies
for more allowance.
Daughter; “No doe, no show,
can't go no mo!”
Parents: "This fate, we hate, try
and date Kate.”
Daughter: “Slow gait, no date,
without bait no mate."
Parents: “Some yoke, no joke, go
soak, we're broke!”
Oh well, we tried.
El Reno. I don’t blame him for
yappin'. but it does seem like Sharon
would rather patronize one of the
handsome boys from El Reno ... if
she can find one!
• Bulldozer work
• Pond building.
• Agriculture lime spreading.
Call C. E. Merveldt 2268-W-3
Or J. B. Sessions, 1934-J.
Modern Etiquette P,.k!jr kJntir@£
Q. When taking friends driving, ■ Mk/I IW ■ s VI IVVv
in her home, 114 North N avenue.
The club basket was won by Mrs. j _ ... ____ ___ _____ ____ __
Glen Julian, sr.. and the dooi prize Anderson and Mrs. Charles Hum- j0nn Ross and Mrs. Nannie Bruce. | seat with her husband who is drlv- Tribune. El Reno, Oklahoma, March I lion
Piizes were won by Mrs. Roy Tucker. Mrs. C. L. Everett. Mrs. should the hostess sit in the front <Published ln The El Reno Dally I its passage, approval and publics
was presented to Mrs. H. M.
Members attending included Mrs.
E. L. Christopher, Mrs. E. C. Cross-
white. Mrs. Glen Julian, jr.. Mrs. avenue.
mel in games of bingo enjoyed | Mrs. Tucker will be hostess during
during the Thursday meeting of the next class meeting in her home,
the T. L. F club in the home of nos West Wade street.
Mis. Darrell Dyer, 1320 South Dille j * * *
ing? 17, 1950.1
....... ... . „ ORDINANCE NO. 1757
A. No; the hostess should ask one j THE BOARD 0F COMMISSION-
...____ ____ _ MRS. HENRY EBERHAKT
J. Howarton, Mrs. George Members attending were Mrs. HOSTESS TO CLUB
Doyle, Mrs. Harold Glass, Mrs. Robert Burns, Mrs. C. L. Beverly, j The Wednesday meeting of the
Theo Lorenzen. Mrs. E. S. Epps. Mrs. Tom Garrison
Mrs. Jessup and Mrs, Julians, sr.
Miss Edith Haynes was a guest
for the afternoon.
Hostess during the March 29
Mrs. Harry q q ancj q ciub was conducted
Hummel Mrs. John Ross. Mrs. M. in the home of Mrs. Henry Eber-
Patrick. Mrs. Sam Kelly, Mrs hart, 520 South Rock Island ave-
Anderson and the hostess.
Guests for the session were Mrs. i
Present were Mrs. W.
meeting will be Mrs. Christopher. Ed Corbitt and Mrs. Charles Hum- Mrs. Sam Curtis, Mrs. Jack Wiggs,
of her guests to sit in the front,
while she sits in the back with the
j other guests.
Q. What are the mast appropri-
! ate gifts that a man could take to
his hostess, when invited to a house j
party over a week-end?
A. Candy, flowers, something for
the "what-not" shelf, or a book.
Q. What is a good way to present
ERS OF THE CITY OF EL
FIRST READ this 15th day of
PASSED AND APPROVED this
15th day of March. 1950.
121 North O avenue.
* * *
INTO RAINBOW ORDER
Initiated into the Order of Rain- ;
At the conclusion of the games, Mrs. Frank Coker. Mrs. Curtis Kel
a sandwich course was served by ier and Mrs. Earl Galloway,
Mrs! Ed Lyons. Mrs. Eddie Rodgers'. a new daughter - in - law to one's
A. An ideal way is an afternoon
As a farewell"'courtesy”^ honoring |tea" wlth dancln8 °r deluded.
30 meeting in the Mrs. Wiggs, who is moving soon to
bow for Girls during the Wednes- home of Mrs. Kelly, 801 South Burger. Tex., a party was planned U. S. Ambassador
Confers with Tito
RENO, OKLAHOMA, BEING IN (SEAL) HERMAN MERVELDT.
SPECIAL SESSION ASSEM- ATTEST: Mayor.
BLED ON THIS THE 15TH j Ethel Dowell, City Clerk.
DAY OF MARCH. 1950. EN-
ACTED THE FOLLOWING OR-
DINANCE ADOPTING. BY REF-
ERENCE. EL RENO PLUMBING
Dog Is Missing
THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED BEVBRLY ' Ca‘if ' if.f'ipv
BY THE BOARD OF CITY COM- 17 —<*>— Anybody seen Shhley
Temple's dog Duke?
Duke Is a six-month-old male
mOMMY STAFFORD sure gets
j A around the Aggie campus. Every j
time I go dancing at a sorority
house, and the girls find out I'm
from El Reno, they start raving
about Tommy. Its the same old
thing over and over. _ l__
“Oh. are you from El Reno, too?” |
“Yeah . . . and what do you mean
“Tommy Is from El Reno!"
"Why. Tommy Stafford!”
Tommy is majoring in agriculture,
I and I can’t see any connection be-
See Us for your paint
and wallpaper needs.
IL RENO HARDWARE CO.
MISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF
FL RENO. OKLAHOMA:
Section 1: The City of El Reno Great Dane, fawn colored with
has heretofore adopted on the 6th black face markings, and—accord-
day meeting in the Masonic temple
were Jane Ann Hcuser. Betty
Chappell and Sandra Chiles.
Miss Eunice Dorsey, worthy ad-
visor, presided during the business
session when plans were com-
pleted for a hayrack ride to be
attended by members and their
guests March 24.
The district school of instruc-
tion scheduled for March 18
Piedmont also was discussed.
Rock Island avenue,
covered dish dinner.
will be a
How Can I?
for Saturday evening in the home
of Mrs. Lyons, 1510 South Jensen J
BELGRADE. March 17—(/Pi—
dav of March, 1950, a plumbing
code empowering the City to regu- |
late and control plumbing within
the City of El Reno.
[ ing to Miss Temple—about “the size
of a young pony.” Its ears, Just
clipped, are wrapped in adhesive
WALLPAPER - PAINT
Get Our Low Price*
i t T t m
SAVE MONEY ON
Auto - Truck - Fire Insurance
W. G. (’louse, Agency
200 N. Bickford—Pho. 193 or 41.
Section 2: The Board of Com- tape.
The Lyons home also will be the | Questions of mutual interest* >*ere
scene of the next regular meeting, discussed Thursday by Marshal Tito
Q. How can I prevent stretching March 29, when Mrs. Wiggs will jand United States Ambassador
ol a lace collar after laundering? serve as hostess. Oearge v Allel; Controversial issues
A Care must be taken when laun- - I were avoided durln* the conversa-
deruig a lace collar to insure a good
lit. A good method is to baste it
at | on a piece of white cloth before
washing. Let dry. remove from the
Strikes Slash Profits
For Eastern Railroad
BALTIMORE. March 17 — (/Pi-
tkin, which was largely concerned
with a survey of economic relations
between Yugoslavia and the United
Allen, who requested the lnter-
missioners hereby adopts, by refer-
ence, said plumbing code in all par-
ticulars the same as if written In
full herein, empowering the City to
regulate plumbing within the City
and all things incidental thereto.
Section 3: A copv of said plumb-
ing code shall be filed and kept in
the office of the City Clerk of the
City of El Reno. Oklahoma.
The actress said the dog, delivered
only Wednesday to watch over her
daughter. Linda Susan Agar, dis-
appeared Thursday morning. She
offered a "liberal" reward.
JUST PLAIN LAZY
ROCHELLE. Ga (UP.)—Mr and
Section 4: The City Clerk shall Mrs Artjiur Fitzgerald s rooster fol-
SBMSfS S35 ,'»« >*.
Increase in ('hicks
OKLAHOMA CITY. March 17—
cloih and press with a warm iron. The Baltimore and Ohio railroad je- i - ,
There will be no stretching or tear- Ported Thursday a 1949 net income view, had nothing to add to a brief nwemry for ihe preservat eni o
ing of the lace.
Q How can I keep rice from stick-
OKLAHOMA Lli\. Maun jng tx) the pall?
(/Pi—Commercial hatcheries in Ok- A j^,fore cooking rice, giease the
lahoma hatched 2.200.000 chicks in pan wjt^ butter, or place a liberal
February. 10.000 more than in the ()icce of butter on the rlce and
same month last year, the federal- wl„ prevent sticking to the pan
Q. How can I prolong the life and
freshness of cut tulips?
A. Drop a tiny bit of wax into the
state crop and livestock reporting
service revealed Thursday’.
Selling price of chicks to pro-
. ducers March 1 was $23.50 a hun- , calyx 0l each tulip, and it will often
l* deed for sexed light breed pullets ; double the ,^riod of freshness.
and $5.50 a hundred for cockerels _
Heavy breeds were selling at $19
a hundred for pullets and $12 a
hundred for cockerels. Straight run
lots were $12.50 a hundred for
heavy breeds and $13
of $6,868,817. shrunk
$15,000,000 from the
because of work stoppages In coal i ceived Thursday morning
and steel. The carrier’s annual re- ! marshal.
port to stockholders estimated it last The American embassy was of
_____ B when thirsty. Scorning his special i
, -Section 5: It being immediately trough, he drinks from a leaking
faucet so he won t have to raise his
by more than announcement issued by his office | ‘cu^of ^ad cath Ume
previous yeai to the effect that he had been le- j^eno Hn emergency is hereby ! — ■ ■
Announcing the Opening of
413 WEST WADE
Featuring Dinners, Steaks, tried (hicken
and Short Orders
SUNDAY SPECIAL: BAKED TURKEY—80c
Open Daily 6:30 A. M. Till Midnight
Owner: Bea Edwards
El Reno, an emergency Is hercbv
by the declared to exist by reason whereof
ihis Ordinance shall take effect
and be in full force from and after |
some 133,000 carloads of freight last the opinion that the conversation
year through the strikes.
Freight revenue showed a $39.-
728,935 decline from 1948. The rail-
road said the return of its $1,000.-
had helped to remove the recent
misunderstanding between the Yu-
goslav and U. S. governments which
had resulted in Tito’s speech in
000.000 investment in transportation which he accused the U. S of try-
property was 2.77 percent for the
ing to exert political pressure on
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY!
107 North Evans Phone 512
Tear Is Shed For
Lost Onion Crop
LOS ANGELES. March 17—W*)
for light | tjardcncr Louis Foon feels strongly
j about his onions.
He told police Thursday thieves
I uprooted the entire crop on his
I two-acre tract. He put loss at $350.
Not only that, he added, the same
Moscow Reports Gain
In Vote Registration
MOSCOW, March 17—(A ■ dir i happened l®51 year.
central elections commission report- j_ ____
cd Thursday that 111.116.373 voters
registered for last Sunday’s election |
—over 9 percent more than in 1946. [
The figure Includes all Soviet i
citizens over 18 who arc not insane
nor deprived of voting rights for
serious crimes. In 1946 the figure
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45 gauge—51 gauge.
10 BEST BUYS
EVERY ITEM AN OUTSTANDING BARGAIN
Ladies’ new spring
styles of pretty 80-sq
prints. 100 only to sell
New spring patterns and a
nice selection to choose from.
Very fine quality of heavy
draiiery ln fresh new spriV;
Children’s cotton knit train-
ing pants ln white only.
Full cut dirndl skirts In pretty
fast color prints for Saturday
morning selling at........
Listen To KCHE Daily For
Kelso’s Program 9:15 a. m.
Guess The Mystery Tune.
Beautiful rayon marquisette for
window panels. 45-in. wide in new
shades of rose, maize, aqua, blue,
Men's heavy leather, rubber sole
and heel with metal protector heel
plate. Sturdy and long wearing
Children’s Wash Frocks
Cute little styles ln
7 to 12 .......
of colors. Sizes
White, tan, red or patent leather ln sizes
8 to Z. Saturday only...........
Here they arc ... In
white, biegc green and
styles at only1—
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Harle, Budge. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, March 17, 1950, newspaper, March 17, 1950; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920707/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.