The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 162, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1944 Page: 2 of 8
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Canadian County Public Notices
Geary Penwright, deceased:
rhe El Reno Daily ; tion of heirs of said decedent, and i of
Tribune, Et Reno. Oklahoma. Aug- for his discharge as executor, and Heirs, executors, administrators, de-
31, September 7, 1944 ) that the 28th day of September, j visees, trustees, and assigns, immp-
__ _ NOTICE 1944. at the hour of 10:00 A M. of i.iate and remote, if any. of Chrls-
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, said date, at the County Court lena Trotter, deceased: defendants.
COUNTY: Room in the Court House In the You and each of you above named
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA City of El Reno. Canadian County, are hereby notified that a petition
TO LOYD STRAWN: Oklahoma, lias been appointed us has been filed in llie District Court
Take notice that you have been the time and place for ihe settle- of Canadian County. State of Ok-
sued in cause No. 13331 in the Dis- meiit of said account and for hear- Jaliumu. in the above styled and
trict Court of Canadian Countv. ing on said petition for distribution numbered cause wherein Maude
n action wherein and determination of heirs and dis Garrett and John D. Garrett are
OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. 7—(>P|
—Cars nnd trucks of the Arthur
Brothers cirrus won’t travel Okla-
homa highways again until the
highway patrol gives Its approval,
the state safety commission de-
Output of Synthetic
Rubber Is Increased
AKRON, Ohio, Sept. 7 — </P)
Goodyear Tire and Rubber company
Thursday, September 1
in _____ ______ __________
Lena Strawn is plaintiff and you, charge of said executor, where and plaintiffs and .you and each of you 1 Auel lne wre<
the said Loyd Strawn, are defen- when am persons interested in said first above named are defendants second Involving one of the circus
dunt. and that you must answer the estate and the distribution thereof and that you have been sued and j trucks the patrol derided tn
petition of said plaintiff on file In may appear and file his exceptions must answer the petition of the1 amln. th„ ,
Mrs. Harold Dewalt, .and child-
announced Wednesday a new con- irRn returned Friday from Asher
tlnuous polymerization process where they had been visiting Mr.
which the company contends in- !and Mls Marion Graham,
creases by 40 percent the capacity j Mrs. Myrtle Champlain of Chl-
of the nation’s synthetic rubber
plants to produce GR S rubber.
Dr. R. P. Dinsmore, vice president
cago is visiting
in the R. B.
and Mrs. R. B. Walker and
- . ----- . ____ - -— — -----^______ must answer tne petition or tne , I __
said cause, on or before the 5th in writing to said uccount or peti- plaintiffs on file tn said matter on,',™ tne entire circus fleet be- , , ... _ ,
or before the 20th day of October, fore allowing it to proceed on Atlanta I Ians Speed}’
day of October. 1944. or the petition tion. and contest the same.
of plaintiff will be taken as true In Witness Whereof. I have here 1944. or judgment will be token the highways. The circus was mil.
nnd Judgment for divorce will be unto set my hand and seal this 6th against you and each of you the in„
entered against vou. day of September, 1944 s
Dated this 18th day of August, ROY M. FAUBION.
I 'SEAL' County Judge
FRANK TAYLOR. Rinehart and Welden,
(SEAL) Court Clerk. Attorneys for Executor.
above named defendants, quieting . 'dav stand Wednesday
nnd confirming unto the plaintiffs 1,1 Muskogee
title In fee simple to the following
In charge of research and develop- Mrs. Myrtle Champlain attended
ment, termed the new technique “an the funeral of Mrs. Violet Tcheopp
important step in the direction of|at Kingfisher. The Tcheopp was
a niece of Mr. Walker and was
one of the pioneer residents of
a cheaper GR-S rubber.”
a watermelon feast at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Palmer
recently. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schwab, Mrs.
Lillie Essley. Mr. and Mrs. R, c.
Shiflett and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Stanley, Mr. and Mrs.
O S. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Miller, son. Leon, H. Palmer, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Ka.stl. Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Loganbill, Mrs. Hugh God-
win, Mrs. Frank Carter, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Walker. Mrs. Myrtle
Champlain, Mrs. Oscar Hendrickson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. M G Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Zwelacher, son.
Reports that many of the circus
described real property situated In ... , ,
Ihe City of El Reno, Canadian Yoiiieles weie in bad condition
Trihnni"PnT!.h£« *?.oy 'Published In The El Reno Dally
Ti i b i i n e_ E1 R e n o. Ok la I i o i n a. Aug- Tribune. El Reno. Oklahoma Sep
In the Matter of the Estate of
Nancy I. Douglas. Deceased.
NOTICE OF IIFAKING OF FINAL \OTItf*F
ACCOUNT AND PETITION IOR u,,'r
CP IRIBCTION AND DISCHARGE
Now on this 31st day ot August.
1914 Beryl E. Douglas, as Execu-
trix of the estate of Nancy I. Doug-
las. deceased, having rendered for
County. Oklahoma, to wit: , raised the question whether It was
Lot nineteen 09) block ninety- safe to allow the caravan on the
nine (99i In said city i m „ .
and the heirs of all the above named ‘ ’ J M' ®entry> state safety
decedents and the interests that commissioner, sakL
A large semi-trailer circus truck.
______OF HEARING FINAL ,1,“^ W| veiTlghl title or In- mad slgnal P“L follpd ”4 feet
?It lhc M!iv** nIVi'irviVvri<in ,pre“l J'"" and each of vim the farther and overturned, demollsh-
Ol HEIRS • AND Dli' lLARGF m^laii^Hra^h/^r^sUt^ “* lrUCk Vernon olbs™ P-
OF ADMINISTRATOR and H wllil^furtlVei adjudgedthm trolman’ sald was blocked
-c. „a,ui, .uiunru iui naUce hereby Riven that 1 W ihr pittlnUfih are now Ihe owners iwo hours,
settlement and filed in this Court ^nihhstrator of the estate thereof free, rlear. and discharged. The driver John Beemnn
her final account of her administra- J- N- Arthur, deceased, has tiled of all claims of you and each of you. i - . . ' n’
tion of said estate, together with [?r Diud settlement in this court his the above named defendants, and 88,1 LsKe City, Utah, was charged
her petition for distribution thereof. •Ho account together vou will be forever restrained and with recklessness and driving with-
a x*’ Helps You Overcome
(lEdflP A Tossing Action Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bigham PAI SF TFFTH
ATLANTA. On., Sept. 7 (U.R) | °f Oklahoma City and Mias Ger-I LOO***** and Worry
Nn longer he annoyed or fe* l
—(U.R)— of Oklahoma City and Miss Ger
Grade crossing eliminations have |aldinp Parker of El Reno were |
been given top transportation j week-end guests of Mr. a ltd Mrs. ! at ease because of loose, wabbly
priority by Atlanta’s post-war plan- Jess Bigham and daughter. Miss j cd'"mLVn.M-
alkollne (non-add) powder
aprlakled on your plaies liolda
Engineers representing the city. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sbhwab j Jorn’rortabTe"’ Sooth In gV and^codlna
county and state already have ap- tailed in the Bigham home Sun- | i°, K'u'r- sore by excessive
proved $5,000,000 for such projects day.
In the metropolitan aiya.
acid m liith. Avoid ervbarrusHmenl
| aused by loose plaies. r,et irAS-
More than 40 persons attended i IFETlI today at any drug store
Eno, Mr. and Mrs. R
Mrs. Roy Kepler, M
Bert Skinner, Mr. am
ert Ellison, A. B. Me
and Mis. Eldon Roys<
Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
kins, Mr, .and Mrs. E
Mr. and Mrs. MeClai
Chlckasha, Mr, and M:
lor of Banner.
When disorder of kidney fv
poisonous matter to remain i
may cause nagging backat
pains, leg pains, loss of pe
getting up rights, swelling,
the eyes, headaches and dizzi
or scanty passages with smar
ing sometimes shows there
wrong with your kidneys or
Don’t wait! Ask your drug
Pills, used successfully by^m
40 years. They give happy reli
the 16 miles of kidney tubes f!
ous waste from your blood.
am for her discharge a; said Ex- with Ills petition for distribution of barred from asserting, setting up. out a license Gibson said charges
ecutrix: rot Ice is hereby given that aal.d e*taU‘.'. fPr d* termination of or claiming any interest In said real h , . . . u
the 21st dav of September. 1944, at *>?**« of said decedent, and for Ills property. may be filed against the circus for
tim hour "of 10:00 cTciock1 A*”m. of dfriiaige « executor, and Him the FRANK TAYLOR,
said day, in the countv court room "3rd day of September. 1944 at the iSEALi Court Clerk,
at the court house in the city of El ,ur 2’ 10:00 0 m o1 said date, at By Anita E Blrd.ong.
--- • • • - the County Court Room In the Deputy
Court House in tlic Ctlv of El Reno, Rinehart and Welden
Canadian County, Oklahoma, ha Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
been appointed as Ihe time and -----—_
place for the settlement of said ac-
Reno. Oklahoma, has been duly
fixed and appointed by the Court
. fn the hearing thereon, at which
: (line nnd placp any person or per-
; son Interested tnav appear and
' cl.,.M nr.it. n I f ne... «L... 1. ____ __I___
show cause, if any they have whv I rount alld for hearing on said pe -
s i-i netount should not be #n-! tltlon for dLstribulion and deter-
bf* an- 1 uiauiuuwuu it i hi ufiti-
Ipioved and distribution made as I mlnatlon of heirs and discharge of-
Would 1*111 Veterans
On Feet in Comfort
BROCKTON. Mass., Sept. 7-
1 waved Tor and said Ben ] e Done-1 sa,ld administrator, where and
1: discharged as sueh Executrix I w»pd any persons Interested in said _ .. . , _
ROY M FAUBION | estate and the distribution thereof President James C. Oivren of the
1 SEALi County Judge. „Rnt\h's *xrePtions Rockland Shoe company has pro-
Foeg Fogg and Fogg 1 in writing to said account or petl-
Attorney.: for Executrix I tion. and contest the same posed that, along with the rest of
i In Witness Whereof. I have here- ,. „ ,_____.... .
unto set mv hand and seal this 1st le benefits of the O.I. bill of rights.
permitting the unlicensed youth
to drive the truck. The a-cident
apparently was caused by lack of
brakes and faulty steering gear on
the truck, Gibson said.
A week ago, one of the circus j
trucks collided with a car 17
miles north of Enid, blocking traf-
fic until one of the circus ele-
phants shunted the wreckage aside.
r?a.“.v <laV of September. 1944
Tribune. El Reno. Oklahoma. Aug
HSI 31. September 7. 14 1944 i
Notice Is hereby riven that Vin-
cent Hamer, El Reno Oklahoma,
has hid the sum of $65 f)0 on lots
16 17 18 19. 20. nnd 21 block 4
Lflkeview 3rd Addition to El Reno.
I will .sen this property to the
above named bidder for the amount
Nd at the office of the Onuntv
a "asurer. in El Reno unless hieher
bite are received on that date. Sep-
tember 18 1944
vjitpd this 26th day of August,
ROY M FAUBION,
i SEALi County Judge.
Rinehart and Welden.
Attorneys for Administrator
miwtered-out veterans be given a i
comfortable pair of shoes.
"The shoe business and the vet-
erans would both be aided by such i
a program," he says.
Moroline la top qual-
« ity. Ideal for minor
■ hums —cuta. chafe.
. World's largest seller at
VJ / 0e. Triple also, 10c.
WHITC PMR0UUM JfLLV
iPublished In The El Reno Daily
Tribune, El Reno. Oklaliomn. Sept
7. 14, 21, 1044.'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO
The heirs, executor;.-, administra-
tors. devisees, trustees, and assigns,
immediate and remote, if any, of J
C, Penwright, deceased: Heirs, rxe-
A T. MARCH Co Trens., i cutors, administrators. devisees.
Canadian County. I trustees, and assigns, immediate and 1
Oklahoma. j remote, if any. of Ezekiel Huls. de-
- j eeased: Heirs, executors, administra-
(Published In The Ft Reno Dailv I M)rs' devisees, trustees, and assigns
T dame El Reno. Oklahoma Aug-I bnmPd‘a,tp a,,ld 'emot^ ‘L anV- of
n ' 31 Remember 7 and 14 1944 ) 1 u’"‘:
Fooe/ Ft4f6ts /hr
Notice is herebv given that The
piedmont Mercnntdc Co of Pied-
rnoni Okla ha* hid the sum of
Fn dollars (*1000. cm lots one and
fom in bloclr 09 in Uip town of
I will sell i his property to the
ehove named bidder for Hie amount
b*d at the office of the County
T' ’-asurer, hi El Reno unless hieher
hid are >eceived nn that dale, Sep-
tember 18 194A
Dated this 29!h dav of Angus*.
A T. MARCH Co. Tl’eas,
Harriet J. Huls. deceased: Heirs, ex-
ecutors, administrators, devisees.1
trustees, and assigns, immediate
and remote, if any, of Francis J.
Penwright. deceased: Heirs, execu-
tors. administrators, devisees, trus-
tees. and assigns, immediate and
remote. If any. of Lillian Penwright
deceased: Heirs, executors, admin-
istrators. devisees, trustees, and as-
sh.n.x. inimediale and remote, il anv.
WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS
'Published |p The FI Reno Daily
Tribune FI Reno Oklahoma, Sep-
tember 7. 14 1944 '
IN THF COUNTY COURT OF
CANADIAN COUNTY, OKLAHO-
In (hr Mutter nf the FHate of
Tinma lleintrelmcn. Deceased
NOTH'F Ol ITFAR1NC. FINAL
ac t ni'M pftition for nig.
TPTBTTTioN, ttptERMIN ATION
of ungs and DISCIIARGF
Notice Is herebv rlvpn that Fred
F Arnold executor of the estate of
Fmm6 Heintzelmat) deceased, has
filed for final settlement tn this
FmrnB Hein(*«lmai) deceased, has
court his first and finnl Recount, to-
eeHier with Ills petition for dUtri-
lnilion nf cnlfj for determine-
for Ihriffy Sho
Prices are *
Low or Low
Peanut Butter SUSi
Quaker ___- -
Excellent for sandwiches
AINIW AS TONOOKOW/
Pack Up Your Troubles
and come to the Fair
Once a month Ihe mail man tins* (wife when he delivers mail to Mrs.
Jones. He has done so on Ihe same day of Ihe month for the past 1.1
years. Mrs. Jones knows I hid rintf and what it means. II means that
for 15 years Tommy and Mary have had a home of the;r «w« with a
mother’s loving: tare. II me»ns that (hey have finished high school
and they are fjoinn to college. They will need this training now more
than ever. Kill what has this In do with the mail man? Mr. Jones,
years ago. lei a Northwestern Mutual agent sell him an educational
policy, lie thought he was doing the agent a favor and hough! it to
get rid of him. But now, if he could look back!!!
Musical Comedy Revue
Featuring "Miss Victory,"
beautiful girl shot out of a
cannon. Magic, music and
dancing with plenty of
laughs and thrills!
it Soil Conservation Exhibit
. . . demonstrating ways to
save the soil.
★ Huge Plastic Display ...
showing new and future
uses of plastics.
★ World's Largest Midway
. . . with lots of rides,
shows and novelties.
Here in F,l Bene.—Mrs. A. on South Barker was able to keep her hoy
in school because of the monthly check from the Northwestern. He is
in the service now, wounded in action, hut his mother continues to hear
the mail man ring twice. Mrs. B on Route .3. El Reno, kept her farm
because her husband took out insurance to cover his mortgage. Mrs1.
on South Roberts gets a monthly check for the education of her
11-year-old son, the check increasing as he enters highschool or col-
lege. Mrs. I), at Kingfisher, her bov age B, and herself receive $50.00
per in.,nth for his education and when he graduates from college will
receive $5,000 to start in business.
pm 21c Tomatoes ?°bf
No 7 \'2
! TOMATO I
33c |Toilet Soap
With exception of Fresh AW and Prod nee, tins Ad 'fjectwt Seftember 8th to 14 th wchtsiyc
Veal Steak sXn Cuts_ ,b 29c
Veal Chops ^ Cut____,b 33c
Slab Bacon ,b 32c
No. I Side*
Center Cut* _
12 ots. per lb.__
Sliced Pirn, or
Amer. (12 pt*. per lb )
| Cream Style
No. 2 Con
Drown _______ - ,
?5* Round Steak
45c Veal Roast
\ No. Vi
3 Red Points
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These are only a few illustrations of what can he done with life in-
aurancl if a competent agent takes care of it for you. It costs so
little to carry this protection that it would pay you well to investigate.
Then, too. if you live it will provide ap income to you for life when
If you have insurance now why not let me suggest wavs to make il
go farther by an option settlement instead of cash.
Presenting aerial, comedy
and thrill acts, especially
pleasing to children and
lovers of big top perform-
I have helped many Canadian County folks with their life insurance
problems. No obligation and no cost.
BUY PEARS NOW FOR HOME FANNING
I would he honored to he your Insurance Counselor.
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.
Citizens Nat’l. R«nk Bldg.
Potatoes, Col. Red Triumph
Oranges, California Valencia
Apples, Arkansas Jonathon
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 162, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1944, newspaper, September 7, 1944; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921068/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.