The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 256, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1939 Page: 2 of 8
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2l, 193
Expert With Slingshot
Fires And Aids Deer
Letters To San hi
A Problem A Day
while horse and
SYRACUSE N Y. Deo. 21—(U.R)
—Carl J Helmerich, 22. armed with ; Dear Santa
his trusty slingshot, came 10 the clans
hid of a young elk with one hoof 1 Wftnt a
rtuck In a jagged glass bottle at I saddle
•he city zoo. Helmerich broke the T want a blg d0„ Hnd a kitchen
glass with one shot when officials ;Mnk anfi lwP ciolla|.s and some
leared their approach might fiid't- soWier? and some doll pictures
en the animal, causing it- to injure Elisabeth Ozmur
(Published in tlit* El Reno Pally
Tribune. El Renit. Oklahoma. Pec.
14. 21. IflUIM.
i\ Till-', roi x'i'i < ot iit oi*
t \\ irnw ml vn. HTVTK
nr OKI. mow t „f :and the one man alone can do it
Two men can do a paint job in
2-5 days by working together i
.. M mtk
In till* Mulin' of lb**
|)n n Id Mnrpliv. .............
^ •H'Ll r ■ -f \ 'Vv" *
He modestly exclaimed:
"Not had. but you should have
seen my form 1C years ago."
mii k i: oi itrvitivi rit U-
Nothe I- Ini-I-V given tiiat Pen;
I: Murphy the -lulv apnofnted. 1
qualified anil aellng
in 4 days. How 16ng would it take
the other to do it all alone
days. Explanation—5-12 rep-
the fraction of the work 11
Look and Learn
tor" V>if .....late nt luniel Murphy resents
1 Peeeased hn< r- ndered and pre- ... . I
r,„. fi, I. --lent and riled!done by both men in 1 day, and H i
"the amount by tne one man ir -
, ,,i , ‘„i ■ i;,i.,i iiigeiht with 1 day; subtract li fvon) 5_j2
.III- I '■ I' b-n fur ll» final -I I l-meni , d|vJde into 1.
f I "in ___________
*.|,t r-sriiie. and dial the 5th day
Clayton Campbell, who attends
Oklahoma Military academy at i „f himuu v loin, at ihe hour of
-----, ciaremort has arrived to visit i •■■n 'm-k \ M ^ i
1. What is the name ol the tube!rlur*11^ ^ kiolitlP-VK in the home 1(nlin ,n rauidInn County. I
the Toil ill V
CAiirt Tlonni ' n llu* Hty nt K1
___ Di'iin In wild Canndln n
,K. inontli ..nH Ihe Of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry hklnhom.i I •- been -lulv fined and
connec mg the mouth and the f^njpbeh. 8t7 South Rotk ..................... for •he
Stcmach? 1 final -,-i I IsmcM <-f SI-III Vecount
__ .. r, „„„ rvenue. nr mid ivmion for
2. Who was Virginia Pare? _ , ri,at whirl, time and
3- W!lich *s the p°rt a,ld whifh Miss Margaret Lanman. student,'Tm'i" -im'w '"use.
i the starboard side cf a ves-' af t|ir Oklahoma College for Wo-, if mv ■ - nv. wav ,-,i x<-
sel? ,11P„ chicknsha has arrived for! ......... h“ l",pr',v'"1 and
In what year was
floorer' 'W”' ""a *’“**'“ *"* dlstrlbni Ion mad. as prayed fur
ueoigi ;hp chrLstmas holidays, which she ( w'lnm-s Whereof. I have
Washington first inaugurated presl- wjjj ^ppnd witli her parents Mr. - ■ n-i hand and affixed
(lent of the United States? and Mrs. Guv Unman. 520 South
5 How were the Hawaiian islands >|adden avenue,
secured by the United States? -
ANSWERS John McRae and Bill Longgood
Qls. 35c — Gal. $1.25
Pure Ice (’ream Co.
200 North Rock Island
9 oz. Pkg. Mince Meat 2
SUGAR 3 lbs. 21c
NO. 2 CANS
PEAS 3 Cans 42c
thf» Mr al f ihf* Court thi
I of fV^emhfr. 19.19.
I iREAI.I E E THOMPSON, I
l-’ogg and Kngg
; Uturui-v- fur Administrator.
: are pxpeeted to arrive this eve-
Tlie first child of English POT*, njrtg from Columbia. Mo„ to spend
Ihe Christmas holidays with their
i nts to be born in the colony of
Virginia. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Me- ]
3 The right side is the starb nrd; Kae l3)5 Wes? wade street, und |
the left side the port. ; Mr and Mrs A E. Walsh, 10201
4 In 1789. j .south Barker avenue. They arc.
5 They Joined the United States, students at the University of Mis-,
voluntarily in 1898. ! souri. I
«T‘S l/fl FOR 1940
' •:SEUjS’ EH v;-'-
K. of (’. HALL
Adm. 40c Couple
10c Extra Ladies
PENNEY’S IS A PARADISE
2 LBS. CELLO RAISINS
1-LB. PKG. CURRANTS
3 lbs. 57c
3 lbs. 57c
CLUSTER RAISINS PkR. 25c
FANCY MIXED NUTS lb. 16c
NATIVE PECANS lb. 14c
2 LBS. ENGLISH WALNUTS 33c
FANCY ALMONDS lb. 21c
FOR LAST-MINUTE SHOPPERS!
l IN OUR TOY DEPARTMENT
Most Toys have been repriced for clearance.
Some have been scratched slightly, etc., but are
in good condition otherwise.
?, ELECTRIC TRAINS
ft Demonstrated anytime in the
V I-arjce and extra
AUTOS - 3 ONLY
$6.90 , $10.25
l WARDROBE TRUNK 77c and S1J8
. . 17c- 37c - S2.09
\ TOY WAGONS-2 Styles
jA I,ar^e Size
| MOTOR DRIVEN TOYS 25c to 69c
t KIDDI KINS
Swinuinu arm Tx pe
t TARGET GAMES
i MARBLE GAMES .... 37c - 67c
» MORT. SHERD AUTO . . 37c
k /m W
1-lb. Box 19c
Miniature Chocolates !,» 24c
SUGAR-10-lb. Cloth Bag
COUNTY KIST CORN—Vac. Pack 2 for 25c
NO. 2 GREEN BEANS 2 for 19c
NO. i'/z KUNERS PUMPKIN 2 for 27c
NO. 2 KUNER PUMPKIN Can 9c
KING KO PEACHES No. 2'/2 (’an 17c
KING’S DELIGHT APRICOTS 2 for 33c
HEINZ CUCUMBER PICKLES
3-1.11. BOX ASSORTED
| CLUSTERS lb. 13c
She’ll love Ihe flattery of the dull crepe twist and the
snau resistance it ifives to these lovely hose! Sheer
or heavier weights and enchanting: colors to
choose from. Re«. 1 S. I’at. Off.
RAYON SATIN GOWNS
Soft shimmering: rayon satin, bias cut to lit as though
it were made for you! Frothy lace insertions and
dainty beading make these gowns favorites Q|
FANCY WHITE CELERY
JONNY GAY PAJAMAS
Colorful striped rayon taffeta or rayon satin in solid
color with contrasting piping. The coats have notched
collars and fringed belts. The trousers have adjust-
able button waist-bands. Tailored and 0g
FAMILY STYLE STEAK!b,15c
VEAL CHOPS-Small lb. 13c
||| PURE HOG LARD 3lbs.25c
styled to please!
Ihe Nicest (iifts Of All!
They have long sleek lines that give the illusion of
slcnderne- to every figure. Your choice of fluffy
cotton chenille in a wrap-around style with smart
lhm*-c|i;arter length sleeves, or a slide fastener
model in guiltcd rayon satin! in pale pastels
and smart deep shades! 11-40.
Trimmed or Tailored
Oift . you'll be proud to give! Fine, smooth rayon
satin or crepe that wears beautifully and comes
through the laundry looking like new! Lavishly lace
trimmed in the fininine mode, or neatly tailored.
.Modestly priced, ton! .12-52. 9SC
Ueir. V. S. Pat. Off.
t GAME BOARD ..
* TARGET GAMES
.Large She 59c
| ROLLER SKATES......$1.67
Smart Tailored St vies!
For every woman on your Christmas list! A grand
xari-tx of rayon fabrics with now hob nail, button
and smart bow trimmings. Many have slenderizing
cording and decorative leather 9$C
Large Fal 1 C.
HENS lb. I
Large Head Lettuce
Ripe Fresh Tomatoes
10 lbs. Fancy Winesaps
10 lbs. Rome Apples
S lbs. Yellow Onions
5 lbs, Sweet Potatoes
lb. 1 1c
FOII ,SIN( Fill: THANKS!
The r^ght tie will brighten up his whole outfit! Here
thex are in rich silks and rayon-and-xvool mixtures—
all holiday boxed! NKW stripes, plaids and figures
to choose from! All resilientIv constructed 00Q
to resist wrinkles.
Small ( hops
11 CHOPS lb. 18c
■ft, jjr hi i k t’l \y,">
i I Butter
ft Handy! Practical! Magazine Rack
For friends who keep up with the magazines! They’ll
he grateful for two roomy compartments and
they’ll admire the attractive walnut finish.
t A USEFUL GIFT! RAZOR BL ADES
^ For smoother shaves, and more of them! Penney's
fxi Super Thin double edge blades are of finest steel, so
lough the) ran be made thinner for a keener
W, edge. In snout, transparent lop gift box. 50 for
t 5-Pc. WOOD BACK BRUSH SET
^ Exactly what the well-groomed man has his eye on!
‘Jl i,,('h'des I wo mililarx brushes, clothes brush, hat
Jf brush and comb. Pure bristle brushes with
solid wood harks, in gilt box. For men!
Men’s Towncraft BILLFOLDS
Dainties Ib. 23c
BEE I-' Olt VEAE
GOOD CHUCK ROAST
TO BAKE Oli BOIL
1-6 Ib. Pieces Cudahy-Rox BACON
SMALL PORK SHOULDER-Whole
Onlx finest leathers used to make you a gift worth
gixing! In Morocco, calf, goat and steer-hide—many
handsomely tooled! His choice of slide fastener, hip
fold and tailored styles. In attractive gift box.
Peg. I S Pat. Off.
ALL WOOL FLANNEL GIFT ROBES
Make his gift as useful as it is good-looking! Warm-
est all wool in the favorite style of the day — the
wrap-around with shawl collar and
MEN’S BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS I
A gift he'll he proud of! Handsome, KIC'H patterns
in last colors! Smooth weave broadcloth in slipover
or coast styles. Draw-string or clnslic
PURE HOME MADE SAUSAGE Ib. 18c
BACON—Armour’s - Morrell - Sweetheart Ib. 25c
FAT YOUNG G E £ S E - Dressed Ib. 17c
Pt. 40c Qt. 80c Pt. 25c Qt 50c
LEG lb. 20c
CHOPS Ib. 22c
SHOULDER Ib. 15c
SIDE Ib. 12!c
VEAL OR PIC.
HEARTS Ib. 15c
MEAT Ib. 15c
1(^1 South Rock Island
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 256, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1939, newspaper, December 21, 1939; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921045/m1/2/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.