The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 56, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1947 Page: 2 of 10
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Ei Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Thursday, March 20, 1947
Is Lost Cause
OKLAHOMA CITY, Mar. 20—(/f)
—Wet advocates in the state house
of representatives conceded today
theirs was a lost cause for this
session after a resolution calling
ifor a popular vote on repeal of
prohibition in Oklahoma was kill-
After an hour's fiery debate, the
house late yesterday voted down
I the resolution, 53 to 47. Its author.
Representative Bill Shipley of Mor-
ris, moved that it be stricken from
the calendar after the lower body
adopted a motion recommending
Look and Learn Permanent Housing
I' or V eterans Gains
CHICAGO. Mar. 20 —!U.R)_ The
National Association of Housing
Officials reports a trend away from
purely temporary housing pro-
The trend has been highlighted
in legislation introduced in several
state legislatures proposing the
construction of permanent dwell-
ings for veterans. *
New York is the only state which
thus far has made a substantial
appropriation for permanent hous-
ing construction, but plans for sim-
ilar programs are being considered
by legislators in California, Con-
necticut, Illinois and Massachu-
setts, the association said.
WANTED: ONE BUGLER
NORTH PLATTE. Neb. —CUP)—
The new North Platte national
guard company has received its
first piece of equipment—a bugle.
Now the company is trying to en-
list a bugler.
1. What three northern states
were invaded by the Confederates
in the Civil war?
2. What is
I Tues- CIVIL SUIT
if their George N. Rose and Lillian M.
second Rose vs. A. T. March, Canadian
county treasurer, and the board
with a county commissioners. Suit to
y cake Quiet title of real estate.
Shirley W*rranty Deed*
Bobbv R' E' and Grace M- Atwood to
. Walter S. and Helen C. Atwood.
0,Neill’ Lot 5 and interest in SW 25-12-5.
Clvde Howard Alonza and Laura
^ Bertha Silver to L. C. Tyson. In-
vT" terest in NE 33-11-5.
, ' ,,j " Mattie E. and Wilbur L. Leach
g k to Austin and Lelia P. Tarter.
. ’ Lot* 29 to 40, inclusive, in block
is 'u‘- 11 sPrlnK Garden addition to>E1
Oil and Gas Lease
e ‘v*rs James W. and Minnie Mae Hay-
Young, |nejJ (0 E Stokes. SW 29-12-8.
le An- i Assignment Oil and Gas Lease
derson. E St0k(,s t0 w c Windsor. SW
B L 29-12-8.
n' G°- Quitclaim Deed
^olln‘ I Emma Stout to Mattie E. Leach.
Lots 31 to 40, Inclusive, in block
efresh- j, spring Garden addition to El
V Mrs Mineral Deed
I Helen Carter to C. R. DeVault. [
Lots 1 and 2. and Interest in Ne!
3. How much does a p
hair grow in a month?
4. Of what animal do v
only the muscle?
5. Who was called “Th
Laureate of Childhood?"
2. The’metal lithium. Magnesium
is the lightest metal in common
3. The usual rate of growth is
three-eighths to three-fourths of
an inch in a month.
5. Eugene Field, author of "Little
Boy Blue" and many other chil-
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Margaret
Jane Cornforth, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. D. Cornforth, 724
South Hadden avenue, to Cameron
Art Blagg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison Blagg, Pueblo, Colo.,
formerly of Calumet.
The marriage took place Mar.
13 In Costa Mesa, Calif.
Mrs. Blagg was graduated from
Guthrie liighschool Where she was
a member of the Bluejay pep club.
Mr. Blagg was graduated from
Calumet highschool where he let-
tered in football, basketball and
wrestling. He spent four years In
the marine corps and received his
discharge with the rating of ser-
geant. He was employed at Ben-
.son’s funeral home here before re-
enlisting in January. He is stat-
ioned at Santa Ana, Calif., where
the newlyweds have established a
Need Not Embarrass
Many wem c r» of false teeth
have suffered rsal embarrassment
because their plate dropped, slip-
ped, or wabbled at Just the wrong
lime. On not live Si fear of this
happening to yon. Just sprinkle
a little FA&TRETH the alkaline
(non-acid) powder, on your plates.
Holds false teeth more firmly,
so they feel more comfortable
rv>es not sour. Cheeks "plate odor"
(denture breath). (Jet FA8TEETH
at any drug store.
3 electric hot plates. 1 electric heater, 2 electric radios, chest of
drawers, platform locker, rocking chair, straight chair, shotgun,
410 repeater, new; cabinet, studio couch. 3 4 Jennie Lind bed. all
new. comnlete: full bed, 1 Simmons mattress, bed springs, 3 electric
lanterns, ice box. oil heater, took boxes, teals, bench vise, tnbles,
closet, clothing, bed clolhint, wool blankets, new step ladder,
miscellaneous items not listed. Pots, pans, dishes.
1521 East Cavanaugh, Corner Cavanaugh and Shepard
7:00 1*. M. FRIDAY. MARCH 21
Vick Richardson, Auctioneer Phone 188
Bob Thorp, Owner
STICKS TO HIS TRADE
CLEVELAND— (U.R)—Walter Grif-
fith, 75. who made his first auto-
mobile part for Alexander Winton's
one-cylinder No. 1 motor car In
1895, is still doing mechanical
work at his tool bench in the
Ford plant here.
Adam Brillhart Dies
After Ixinjf Illness
Adam Brillhart, former resident
of the Okarche area, died in Ho-
bart yesterday after an extended
Q. Is it necessary to bow each j Brillhart lived, two miles south
time when meeting the same per- of Okarche until lie moved to Ho-
son a number of times in success- bart in 1902. The funeral service
ion? will be conducted Friday after-
a. Uu. merely smile. noon in the Hobart Methodist
Q. If theie are to be three church.
speakers at a public dinner, or---------———-
Da.n i. > m ’h time shoiiid ^
Our Entire Stock Of
Spring Coats and Suits
grand, presided Tuesday evening
when the Rebekah lodge met in
I O. O. F. hall.
Intiation was held for two new
candidates, Mis. Sarah Denwalt
and Mrs. Ross Lincoln.
Members present. were Mrs. An-
derson, Mrs. Denwalt, Mrs. Lin-
coln. Mrs. G. M. Anderson, Miss
Rebecca Milbradt, Mrs. C. H. Wil-
liams. Mrs. R E. Frld. Mrs. Agnes
McIntyre, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Reimers, Mrs. E. P. Sturdevant,
Mrs. J. A. Van Alstine, Mrs. Emma
Hurst. Mrs. J. T. Douglas, Mrs.
Sam Lakin, Mrs. H. G. Crum, Mrs.
Fred Corlee, Mrs. Don Kipper, Mrs.
H. M. Vanoer Graai, Mrs Carl
Mrs. Ora May Merveldt, Mrs.
Kenneth Stearns, Mrs. E. A. Jossup.
Mrs. John W. Stockburger, Mrs.
Walter Dyer, Mrs. L. W. Wright,
Mis. Lillie Ortesel, Mrs. J. E.
Offield. Mrs. Emmett Mark, Mrs.
W. P. Crl'es, Mrs. J. B. Harper,
Mrs. Emmett Witcher. Mrs. W. M.
Leonard, Mrs. Earl French and
Mrs. E. R. Barnhart.
The next meeting will be at 7:30 !
p m. Apr. 1 in I. O. O. F. hall.
On Mar. 20 the Odd Fellows and
Rebekahs will have a social meet-
ing in the hall.
Steillng Thimble club met tAM-
nesda.v In the home ol Mrs Ralph
Oatnhle, 717 South Hadden five t:i<
Needlework was the diversion of
the afternoon and a social hour
WALLPAPER - PAINTS
Get Our Low Price*
Come See Our
HAS EXECUTIVE SESSION
Woman’s Society Christian Ser-
vice of the First Methodist church
met at the church Thursday for an
Mrs. Lillie Essley presided over
the business session.
The devotionals were given by
Mrs. C. A. Fowler who used as
her topic "Message of the Cross.” |
It was announced that Mrs. I
Bertha Cox, resident deaconess oY j
the Wesley Community center of 1
Oklahoma City, will be guest i
speaker at the general meeting of |
the W. S. C. S at 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, Mar. 27. at the church.
Refreshments wwe J served to [
Mrs. Harry Coward, Mrs. W. E.
Deaton, Mrs. J. P. Briggs. Mrs.
Harry Von Tungeln, Mrs. C. L.t
Crippin. Mrs. O. N. Beverage, Mrs.
W. A. Snow, Mrs. Lawrence King,
Mrs. W. B. Blanton. Mrs, C. F.
Thompson, Mrs. P. B. Connors,
Mrs. Essley and Mrs. Fowler.
IV.STFI.S . ptonfenade at Easter! To be
“parade-perfect" choose a pastel that looks
well with your coloring! Blonde, brunette, or
red-hea'd . . we have Just the colors that will
do tilings for YOU!
PRINTS . . . that are perfect in every way!
Perk) peplums and rippling cascade skirts, de-
signed to make the most of your lovely figure!
Clear, cheerful patterns on smooth, rich rayon
rrepes . . cottons, too!
FROSTED TRIMS . on sleek black or navy!
You'll love these newest fashion arrivals from
New York! A new look is achieved by these
figure flattering skirts and oh. so feminine neck-
V. F. W. AUXILIARY
Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of
Foreign Wars met Wednesday in
the home of Mrs. N. C. Lewis, 316
West Wade street.
New officers-elect are Mrs. Lewis,
president; Mrs. Vance Wills, senior
vice president; Mrs. Walter Beau-
lieu, junior vice president; Mrs.
C. A. Boyle, treasurer; Mrs. Ben-
nett Enfield, one-year trustee; Mrs.
C. J. Riley, two-year trustee; Mrs.
B. E. Durham, three-year trustee;
Mrs. F. O. Barrett, chaplian; Mrs.
Joseph Brandies, conductress; and
Mrs, C. S. MacSwaln, guard.
The V. F W. post and the auxi-
liary will hold joint Installation
Apr. 9 in Eagles hall.
Boxy casuals with crisp, clean-cut lines
in season favorite wool fleeces! Loose
fitting for wear over your new spring
stilus! Every coat repriced . don’t miss
these two feature groups.
GOOD TRY, ANYWAY
CINCINNATI, Ohio —(U.R)-Mrs.
Thelma Stamm, 18, has a yen to
drive an automobile, but isn't so
sure she will try again. She took
her auto in the backyard so noth-
ing would be endangered as she
learned to drive. But the car got
out of control, knocked down a
fence and crashed into the garage
Smooth, supple dressmaker styles . . beautifully
detailed with new back fullness .. Every spring
suit reduced . . . three diamntlc price groups.
Stunning Creations by \
- MADGE DAVIS ......
Exclusive Styles by
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Doctor* say your kidneys contain 16 miles
of tiny tubes or lllters which help to purify the
blood and keep you healthy. When they get
tired and don’t work right in the duytime.
many people have to get up nights. Frequent
or scanty passages with smarting and burning
.ometimes shows there is something wrong
with your kidneys or bladder. Don’t neglect
this condition and lose valuable* restful sleep.
When diborder of kidney function permit*
poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it
may also cause nagging backache, rheumatic
pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy,
swelling. pufllnei under the eyes, headaches
Don’t waul Ask your druggist for Doan’s
Pills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully
by millions for over 60 years. Doan’s give
happy relief and will help the 15 mile* of
kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from
your blood. Get Doan's Pills.
—In Our Girls' Department
Coats for Miss 8 to 14........
Coats for Miss 3 to 6.........
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 56, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1947, newspaper, March 20, 1947; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920721/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.