The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, March 17, 1950 Page: 6 of 6
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Friday, March 17, 1950
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EL RENO MARKETS
(Correcied to 2 p. m. March 17»
Wheat ..... *207
Oats _________________________ -85
Kaffir .............. 2.10
Milo ....... 2.00
Shelled Com ----------------1-28
Butter fat ___________________ -58
Heavy hens *U
Light hens ----- 14
Cocks __________________ -- -10
Public Records15froh Funeral
Illness Fatal To
Richard B. Campbell, 21. of Ok-
mulgee, and Jeneane Louise Whln-
ery, 19, of Oklahoma City.
Evalene M. Thomas vs. Joseph E.
Thomas. Petition for decree of di-
vorce and custody of two children.
Joseph Earl, jr., 3. and Terry Lee,
15 months old.
H. T. Welllver vs. John L Boling. _____ ______ ____ ____
Suit on account and contract in j uf tj,e community since 1926.
sum of *248.25. I survivors are his wife, of the
Warranty Deeds home; a son. Richard Stroh, of
Estelle Anderson to Charles W. j,ome; mother, Mrs. August
and Lenora Scott. W SE 9-10-5. ; stroh, Gf okarche; and a brother,
E. F. and Lydia Adams to E F. william Stroh, of Gibson City, 111.
and Lydia Adams. Lots 13, 14 and | Funeral services will be at 2 p. m
W H Watson, 202 South B**4ier
avenue, was released Thursday from
the Catto hospital. He was admitted
March 4 for medical treatment.
Mrs. Fred Peterka. 216 North N
avenue, underwent minor surgery
in the Catto hospital Thursday.
Miss Catherine Beard, 111 South
Clause Edward Henry Stroh, 49. j Barker avenue, educational director
of Okarche, died Thursday in a hos- for the Wesley Methodist church,
Mr. Stroh had been a resident
1 15, block 7. Jensen addition. E’ Reno. 1 gun(jay (n
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N xnrw vork T\tan:h 17-^4*i—The Vlva Stout et al 10 E Frttrlklm 1 church at Okarche with Rev. Paul
NEW YORK. Maich 17—WV-ine part sw 13_12_6 officiating
stock market went into a slow de- Miner„ D«d Burial 2 in he Lutheran
cline today after an early try at McTeagle to W L. and clkamhe under direction
higher prices failed to get anywhere^ Gin Interest NW 2.M.6. | "^he^nson funer^^ “
Losses were fractional and a good ___ oei,Bun IU,lcr*1
many issues held on to morning .
Rapid turnover developed during |
the morning. Business slackened, 1
though, as quotations were marked
down. Turnover was a rate of
around 1.600.000 shares for the full „rit,„nl rate *1.000.000.000 above
underwent major surgery
Catto hospital Thursday.
Mrs. John Phillips, 1221 Sunset
drive, underwent major surgery in
the El Reno sanitarium today.
Mrs. Lola Phelps, Geary, entered
the sanitarium Thursday lor med-
Denver Wedel, 603 South Evans
the Trinity Lutheran | avenue, is a medical patient in the
sanitarium. He was admitted Thurs-
Mrs Marvin Marquardt, and son,
Marvin Rayburn, Jr., were released
today from the sanitarium where
the baby was born March 14. They
live at 1124 West Walnut street.
WASHINGTON. March 17—<VP)—
Personal income in January hit an
SERVIC ES SET FOR
Funeral services for George Eagle-
nest. 75. prominent Cheyenne In-
dian. will be held al 3 p. m. Sunday
in the First Baptist church with
Rev. J. L. Stoneroad, Baptist Indian
December and the highest point missionary, and Rev M S. Be bout,
in 12 months—without counting, f\jazarcne Indian missionary, olffi-
GI life insurance refunds. I clatlng
Excluding these refunds, the Jan- Burial will be in the Concho cem-
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK. March 17—(/Pi-
Cotton futures were steady in quiet
trading today. Trade buying ior uary annual late was $212,900 000.-
mUl and export account met only 000. the commerce department re-
llmited hedging and liquidation. ported Thursday. The actual total
Late afternoon prices were 40 for 1949. like the rate in December, j Thursday morning at his home
cents a bale higher than the pre- was $211,900,000,000 northwest of El Reno following an
vious close. May 32.20. July 32.24. The Insurance refund payments nincss Df two months. He was born
October 30.32. themselves came to $450,000,000 lr. j jn in(nari territory in 1875 and had
January and constituted a con-
I siderable boost in consumer income
etery under direction
Tlie widely known Indian died
Ronds Forfeited For
John Mansfield, 44. of 506 South
CHICAGO. March 17—A wide
number of new seasonal highs were
rung up by grain futures on the
board of trade today.
Tire market found the going rug-
ged once it got into new high Choctaw avenue, and Harold Pope,
ground, but at no time did any 19. of 209 South Grand avenue,
heavy selling pressure develop. booked at the police station at 1:55
Wheat closed 5 8 lower to 1 3 a m. Sunday on charges of dis-
higher, March *2.30. Corn was 1 2 turblng the peace, forfeited bonds
lower to 3 8 higher, March $1.31 of *11 each in municipal court
1 2 Oats were 1 8 lower to 1 1 8 Thursday, records of Lee Harvey,
higher, March 78 3 4 Rye wu chiei of police, revealed today.
1 2 lower to 3 8 higher. May The two were charged with dis-
(1.33 3'4. j turblng the peace by fighting in
the 200 block of
been a resident of this district all
of his life.
Survivors are his wife, Mis Annie
In Tax Evasion
MILWAUKEE, March 17——A
wealthy Milwaukee man and his
wife were named yesterday in war-
rants charging evasion of income
taxes in amounts government at-
torneys said may exceed $1,000,000.
Government attorneys said charges
against Michael Shapiro, former
head of at least nine Milwaukee
companies, and his wife, Rae. cov-
ered only a portion of their oper-
U S. Attorney Timothy T. Cron-
in said the warrant was issued to
Electrical, Plumbing and
Phones 220 or 800
Tis wise these words to
Tho’ rent be cheap or high,
It’s safe to say—
You still must pay,
For the house you occupy.
Timberlake Agency, Realtors >S;
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INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE
Across Street From Postoffice
NOW y«u con hove a Chrome iHiwHe
with 0 top that will lo*» FOREVER!
r /initniii-i Douglas
tliieiitoHne KOMK »op
Tailored to Measure
_ Cleaned and Blocked
WE PICK IIP AND DELIVER
A. D. Cox, Jr., Owner
207 E. Russell Phone 470 - 480
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to Mkk FW. «*" *■•«• «4 *o»
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100 and 108 N. Rock Island
109 S. Rock Island
Eaglenest; a daughter, Mrs. Rich- ' tay the statute of limitations and
ard Boynton, sr.; and a son, William
Eaglenest. both of Concho.
additional charges may be brought
before a grand jury.
OKLAHOMA till LIVESTOCK avenue.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Mulch 17—
(A5)—cattle 200. calves so: not Miami ( ales llitfh
On Sanitation List
enough of any one class offered to
nmkc a test of pi ices.
Hoys 450; steady with Thursday; j
Sheep 50; no lambs offered;
Sunset and Moore
W. H Clark, Pastor
Saturday, March 18.
Sabbath school. 10 a m “But
South Bickford j Deliver Me From Evil.''
Worship hour, 11 a. m
Come study the word of God
with us. You will find a hearty wel-
come in this church.
KANSAS (IT* LIVESTOCK
ELLSWORTH. Mich.—<U.R>— Fred
Sc lioenfelder lost his watch while
rishlng through the Ice. The next
day, he returned and spotted the
! watch on the bottom of the lake
under the hole he had chopped He
MIAMI. Okla., March 17
Miami eating and drinking estab-
lishments have registered the high-
est saniLit Ion score in Oklahoma, j
Dr. James L Green, county health j
director, said Thursday.
KANSAS "ciTY." March X7—<A*V- Based on a recent survey by Loyd ......................
Cattle 200. calves 50; not enough K I’ummill. assistant stale sanitary (lshe(1 ,t oul wlth a hoog and line
on sale to test market; prices on engineer. M.uml had an 87 score,
nominal change bas.s Muskogee, second place, had 85
Hogs 800; fairly active, fully P°lnt*s out of a Possible perfect 100
steadv with Thursday average; 1 ^ Oklahoma cities with health
good and choice 16 50-17.00 | department service were considered
Sheep 500; not enough on sales in **,e survey,
to test values; killing classes
DUDES EYE URANIUM
NOGALES. Arlz.—IU.R)—Dudes arc
still flocking to Arizona guest
ranches but they are eomtng
equipped with a new accessory.
Dttde ranch operators report many
guests arc taking Geiger counters
The El Reno chamber of com- wltll Ulcm on hiking excursions
merce board of directors brought | into neart,y mountains, seeking
Its membership bark to full force llranium
Five Forfeit Ronds
Five bonds of $1 each, posted In
municipal court Thursday for over-
parking, were forfeited today,
records of Lee Harvey, chief of
Bonds were forfeited by Billy A.
Bomhoff, 312 South Ellison avenue;
H A Calvert, 511 West Owens
street; Melvin Lefiett, 711 South
Macomb avenue; O H. Bulick, 520
South Gresham avenue; and Andy
Curtis, El Reno route 1.
New and Reconditioned
Typewriter Dept. Phone 2M
SUPER MOTOR OIL
Oil Plates Your Engine
Conoco Super Motor Oil stops
wear before it starts . . . keeps
your engine new and clean.
This new motor oil has proved
itself to be the great new
W'e Give Green Stamps
JAKE LAND'S CONOCO
Corner W’ade and Choctaw
Portraits of Distinction
liy/i South Bickford—
Church and Home Wedding Photo*
MORRIS INSURANCE AGENCY
First National Bank Building
Buy your insurance from an insurance Specialist
Where insurance is not a sideline—Our only
business is INSURANCE—We insure anything!
TO yOUR SERVICE
Wilson’s dedicates their ser-
vices to their communities’
needs. Whether you wish an
ambulance or to Inquire
about funeral arrangements,
Wilson’s high standards may
always be depended upon.
100 N. Barker
BETTY HUTTON • VIC MATURE
“RED, HOT AND RLUE”
Morris Is Elected
Member of Board
Thursday by electing Vestus Morris
to fill a vacancy.
Morris takes the place of Jack
Moore, who recently resigned after
being transferred from the city.
In another action the board
elected James E. Bass as second
vice president of the board. Bass
succeeds R. E. Ishinael. who recent-
ly moved to Okmulgee
Three building permits were Is-
sued Thursday by Miss Ethel
Dowell, city clerk. They were Issued
Mrs. Ray Fowler, for a 24 by 8
back porch at 133 North Shepard
avenue, at estimated cost of $450.
G J. Harris, for a 12 by 24
enclosed |x>rch at 806 Sunset drive,
at estimated cast of $600
James E. Armour, for a 14 by 28
garage at 101 North O avenue, at
estimated cost of $180
SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY
Another authentic Luke Short western . . . straight
from the pages of the tingling thriller in the
Saturday Evening Post!
Simoneau got his hand caught in
a garace door, yclicd for help and
got plenty. The fire department,
the police and an ambulance came
to his rescue. He was taken to a
hospital and treated.
Best |x)wer equipment
available for thorough
ground spraying of
A Sunday spring morning in
El Reno Is an In formal time . . .
time for garden pottering, prac-
tice putting and coffer drinking
... a time of fellowship over the
fence, on the greens and at the
Everett Poole Bible class.
We generally leave the ser-
ious note to our pastor and
Instructor, Rev Otto Bergner,
but here’s a thought worth
considering . . . good comrade-
ship today is rare.
The constant pressure of busi-
ness In the 20th century world
has left man little time to s|tend
with his neighbors, to sit down
with them, to relax and visit.
And that’s one of the prime
purposes of the F.verrtt Poole
Bible class—to afford a brief hour
during the week when neighbor
Oanlen varieties can be com-
pared, golf scores exaggerated
and friendships cemented over
coffee cups. Add to that the
inspirational Bible lessons of
our pastor and you have the
perfect way to begin each week
... at peace with your neighbor
and with your God.
Between 50 and 60 men each |
week have reulized this . . . why I
don’t you Join them? Drop In on |
| your way to the links or before
you begin that session with the
hoe and rake.
Bring your neighbor from next I
door or down the street and come
meet your neighbors from all over j
town at 9:30 Sunday morning In |
the dining room of the First
Mr R. Lockwood Jones, an
attorney from Cordell, will speak
Sunday morning. Mr. Jones has
recently returned from the na-
tional meeting of the Presbyter-
ian Council for Men. He will be
Baker H. Melone,
and today is
Day. A great
day for the
Irish ... A
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It's entirely new in El Reno. Nothing like
it has ever been offered. It’s healthful and
delicious. Wherever this new combination
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has been put on the market it has created
a sensation. The finely chopped vegetables
have been especially processed with all
their goodness and eye-appeal remaining.
PEABODY’S GARDEN SALAD COT-
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each El Reno housewife to try this new
product on a money back guarantee if you
are not entirely satisfied.
MILK and ICE CREAM Co.
C. V. PEABODY
Look For This New Garden
Salad Cottage Cheese At
Your Grocers, Or Ask Our
Route Driver About It.
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