The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 50, No. 241, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1941 Page: 2 of 6
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EL RENO (OKL\.) DAILY TRIBUNE
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9,1941
Schools Now Operating
At Four Air Stations
Compiled by the Highschool Boomer Staff
FALLS FOR HOOK
Pitch Games Are Enjoyed
In Sewell Home
Announcement has been made
in Washington that the U. S. navy
will need more men who desire
basic training for aviation ground
To supply this need, schools have
been established at four separate
naval air stations to give instruc-
tion in the work of aviation metal-
smith. aviation machinist's mate,
aviation ordnanceman and aviation
radioman. Locations of these
schools are Jacksonville, Fla , Nor-
folk. Va.. Pensacola. Fla . and San
Information from the Oklahoma
City recruiting station points out
that these schools are open to
recruits who have the aptitude and
qualify for this schooling on the
completion of their recruit train- !
ing period and before their assign
ment to sea duty.
In assembly Wednesday, Rev. ton; With Bowed Head. Peggy Ken- . IRIIKPrnRRF,.nNnirKT
David A. Cavin, pastor of the Bible | aga; celestial angel. June Lillard;;Bv TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
Baptist church, addressed the stu-1 angel, Lorene Mills; angel praying, YUKON. Dec 9—Mr. and Mrs
dent body of Etta Dale junior high-! Mary Ellen McNew; Christmas Sewell Simmons entertained the
school. He told the story of David, tree. Anna Mae Teague; kneeling- Pltch club members at a 7 o'clock
nohuo/m C'o/ioc ■ nnnal 4Vi
dinner Thursday night.
Additional guests included Mr
and Goliath. j angel. Rebecca Eades: angel in
Dorothy Ward led in the flag flight, Fern Freeman; angel in
salute, with Jackie Fletcher lead-' prayer. Cara Lee Olll; candle and
| halo, Shirley Ann Gillllan; Star of ^b®'an- Dr- ani
j Bethlehem, Fiorina Greenwood;
prayer, Burton Roach; angel on a
ing the prayer.
The 8-C homeroom enjoyed a, « Okmt*.
fourth-day holiday Thursday. They; dm*' an Kneeling Awl. Bon
Mrs. N B Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs
George Bass, Mr and Mrs. Frank
had a wiener roast at Legion park
and played games.
Friday, during morning exercises.'
8-C homeroom sang Christmas
songs, and Monday they sang pa-1
Members of the 8-C class are i clmja
Ruby Hutton. Dorothy Holland, j . ’
Helen Hubbs. Joyce Hale. Billy
i Hawkins. Ruby Jones.
I Jones. Eileen Keen. Peggy Kenaga.
Club prizes were awarded Mrs
Joy Basel, Merrion McElroy, Mis
Ed Smith and H. H. Clapper.
Guest favors were received by
Mrs. Whelan. Mr Schulte. Mr. and
nie Robinson; flying angel, Marie
Rush; Upon a Cloud. Bertha
Sharp; One Who Prays. Rose Ann
Simmons; Flight, Velma Simmons;
Holy Cloud, Maxine Smithwick;!
candle beams, Esther Stroud; an- Mrs. Ramsey,
gel beside the Christ Child. Betty; Members present were Mr. and
Lue Tomlins; angel resting on a Mrs. Merrion McElrov, Mr. and;
cloud. Foyce Willingham: halo Mrs. R. J. Kintz, Mr and M.s
an angel. Pearletta Wine- Pprd Vogt Mr and ^s. Ed
Dorothy Barnel' C*0U(1 nnt1 an&e** Mauna gmjth, Mr. and Mrs. H H. Clapp**:
1 Woods. mld Mrs. Joy Basel
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith will V
These aviation ground work I Nadine Koerner. Bonnie Ktmbio, Devotional* for the next two
inise ivrauuii grounu wor^ I Barbara Lasson, . _ . ... „ „ hosts to the club
TO ♦ b^al^ S give tesfc U8Ch' I™™* ^US .W*fa around the Christmas story. 080' 18
instruction and are the fourth j M^rs Rot Zell i Wilma Mathews, president of the Mr. and Mr.s^ Joe Dunn, Mr
group of trade .schools open to re- M «*»»■ has aPP°lnted tbe fo,lowin* T', .
emits, the others being group 1 ”ob*' Athadda H* M°'T°T students to participate In the de- Saturday from a week's visit with
electrical and ordnance- group 2 da Myers. Josephine Moaely .Do-, votionftls for thls week: Mr. Dunns brother, R. K Dunn.
communication and clerical; and i “* Me Pa’" Meyere Wftyne Mosher' ^ ^ ^ Nora *nd
group 3. machinists, metalworkers 2RL^^neNaMn>ar MltchH1 Kftthaleen Mlller- "
New Bonn e M.Rae, Ear ene Naron, , yln MPinberg. Jackie Loyall. Ru.: phenvflle, Tex.
Bonnie Niles, Margaret Oldfiel ,, ^ Lorez Roy Long, Dorothy j Mr and Mrs. Walter Hancock
Kubaln, Jack Kinkade. Bobby Jo of Hobart are visiting at the home
„ .... Keith. Eugene Key and Marv Jen- of Mr. Hancock's father, W. A
Sloss. Anna Mae Teague. Billie; Hancock! and his sister, Mis,
Jean White and Charles Snow j ** _ Jennie Hancock.
Airport To Plot
peratures and baromic pressur*
may be used to produce a reason
ably accurate weather picture
i During the past year, we have bee:
NEW YORK, Dec. 9—(U.R)—’The: able t0 build uf> a liblary of
weather bureau at LaGuardia air-
formation* on this method of fore
casting, since we have had th
j port is working out a new tech- opportunity of comparing forecast
nique for plotting atmospheric based on airplane reports witi
! changes over the ocean in prepar-
actual conditions as reiported trau
| ntion for the possibility that events!
may cause curtailment, or even
He explained that a surface shii
cessation, of reports now received *s a relatively stationary poinj
on Atlantic weather from surface from which to make an observa<
vessels • tion, while a fast-moving plan!
presents greater difficulties. Hj
added that even though airplane!
! may also be forbidden in case o|
At present, information on At-
lantic weather is gleaned princi-
pally from radio reports made by!
radio stsllon at L.Ou.rdia JSrMe TOOK
, This information, which Is made1 ,
available in detail only to certain , j>orts ’
be compiled from reC
, . .o,,, „ made by crews after- the!
government bureaus and private have lKndPd
agencies, contains complete data |.
on wind speed and direction, bar-
ometer pressure, temperature and
I other factors. Mast of these re-
,1 ports come from vessels flying the j
A weather bureau official said -
j that weather men are now utilizing 1
their experience of the past year |
1 with reports received from the fly- ;
ing boats of Pan American air-1
ways, to build up a technique of j
forecasting by the use of tnforma- >7^
tion from airplane crews.
“If it should happen that sur-
j face craft are forced to shut down
I their radios for fear of revealing
i theii positions to raiders," the of- j
: ficial said, "we will be able by
using reports from patrol bombers i
and aviation ordnancemen.
Special Instruction Offered
The aviation metalsmith course
gives special instruction in tli«
properties of metals, heat-treating
of metals, cutting, forging, and in
those phases of welding and braz-
ing essential to aviation.
Aviation machinist's mate train-
ing covers bench, vice and floor
work necessary to the machinist
and Instruction in the proper use
of power tools.
U. S. seamen who are interested
in this work will also obtain prac-
tical experience in the operation,
care and repair of aviation engine;)
used in the navy and will learn to
assemble and disassemble such en-
gines as well as learn to Install
them In planes and check all
phases of operation such as car-
buretlon. timing and lubrication.
Aviation ordnanceman training
consists of instruction in the use
and maintenance of machine-gun**
and other weapons used in naval
aircraft. This course Includes a
study of boresighting guns, syn-
chronizing gun fire with propellers
in motion, mounting and effective
use of guns.
The recruit entering this course
of instruction also will learn the
use of gun cameras, and the rig-
ging and release of high-speed
targets for practice.
Others Get Training
Aviation radiomen receive general
radio training in addition to those
phases of radio peculiar to air-
In addition to the technical Job
Madeiyn Ozmun. Lois Sharp. Loret- j
ta Palmore, Betty Perkins, Helen!
Benny Bengough, who sized up batters in a hurry while catching for
New York Yankees, gives fish quick measure as three-pound Jack is
reeled in by Steve Sundra, Washington pitcher, off Orlando, Fla.
Billy Boriklewicz acted as mas-
ter of ceremonies during the Fri-
day assembly at the junior high-
school. Harold Tait led the flag
salute, with Louise Powell leading
The boys' trio—Ben Ellerd, Bud
Marsh and Franklin Williams—
sang “Carry Me Long" and "Ama-
The 7-K section regrets that two Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Fisher of
of Its members, Joan Crose and Oklahoma City were week-end
Johnny Ireland, have been absent guests of Mr. Fisher's parents. Mr
from school because of illness. and Mrs. E. G. Fisher.
sions with representatives of Up-1
per Gila water users.
Similar conferences were held
earlier with the Reconstruction
- Finance corporation, department of |
PHOENIX; Dec. 9—(U.R)—Already1 interior, Indian service and other
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Barnhill i stimulated by the defease boom1 officials,
and son, John Willis, of Oklahoma into a $44,000,000 expansion,
clippers and other aircraft to build ,
up a picture of Atlantic ocean -
"Weather observers have long
; known that aircraft reports giving
only basic cloud formations, tem-
•You’vc won ball the battle against
cold discomforts If you can open
those stuffy nostrils and breathe
through your nose without that
smothery feeling. If your nostra*
are clogged up. Insert Mentholatum.
Note how effec
■I __ ■. Jectlvely It eases your
breathing and relieves the sneezing,
sniffling, soreness, swelling, and
redness. With all these annoyanoes
checked, you can go about your ac-
tivities In comfort. .llrs or tubes, 30c.
The following seventh grade pu-|and son, John Willis, of Oklahoma ’ into a $44,000,000 expansion, Ari-
pils made all S’s for the second city were Sunday guests of the|70na*s copwr lndustry has b^,n, Homing; Pigeons To Aid
' AnoTa Fae^atty. Shirley Brown. |' BaridffU"n<‘ j preparations for a $28,000,000 ad- Romber Crash Victims
Dolores June Brown, Leroy Cook, Saturday evening dinner guests • ditional expansion, it was disclosed ———.
Betty Jo Cannon, Marie Dittmer,|0f Mr and Mrs, Ed Smith wer* here by Senator Ernest W. Me-i TAMPA Flay 060 9“(U ^“ w
"Cog Dance." Those participating | Betty Jo Edgerton. Pauline Ellis. ;Mo. ™r min, haa .«h«h,u£ „L < *
in .he numbers were Catherine! Bob nJw!erraM!«rrs,,,P‘FSr. olT- ^irs. Lawrence Ebeling of Okla- ZZi and! f'J*
Warren, Betty Me,-veldt, *Iackie|tha French. Lois Griffin ^ Hoim, C»y spent Sunday with ZZX’io
Fletcher. Pauline Hardy. Martha1 Hatcher. Bettv l£ Walton, Jack j anther. Mrs. Marie Ritter. ;lgreed t0 loan ,9.ooo..K,0 for devel- MacDi Fk'S recS Uv rom the
Harvey. Frances Worthington. Ellen. Riley. Roland Schuelein, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. I J Tibbetts and onment of low „aUt Conner .oron-! breeding^^nd tLlntag cen-
5bKs ^ ^ Mo^h. N j.
company, west of Miami.
Now McFarland has
Army officials believe the swift- i
revealed j fiymg birds will be useful to plane
cor' crews which have made forced or
Lieutenant Thomas J Fulton,
charged with training the birds,
commented on their reliability.:
“Pigeons don't go AWOL." he said.
Crawford. Mary Sue Fuller. Verlei Sylvia Jones, Anna jo biuie, aaar-jvvith Mrs Tibbett’s parents.
White, Sylvia Jones, Margaret; garet Pritchett. [ and Mrs. S. M. Thompson
Pritchett, Anna Jo Little. Betty Natalie Lokensgard, Marcia Na-j Mrs. J. Smith and children oi plans of lhe Defense plant rrpws ,n..v
Jo EMgerton, Anola Faye Beatty-tion. Betty Nelle Oreene. Hugh uttle Rock. Ark. are visiting her llcn t0 loan Uu. Phell)s Doclgo lardlnJs
and Gaytha French. These numbers! Hawkins, Alfred Herberger. Eugene|father W. T Beeler. corporation $28,000,000 for further1 *
were accompanied by Natalie Lo- Key, Roy long, Ruben Lorez. Wil-j Mrs. George Dunford. jr.. arrtved eXpanSj0n 0f its Morenci open pit
kensgard. 1 Mathews. Kathleen Miller. Saturday from Kansas Cltv, Mo properties.
Miss Mary Mathis and Miss Ver- Vp*<ltl Ro01' Peggy Sherman. Billy t0 spend Christmas and the ho’i- *fhe aim of the loan would bo |
sie Whitaker were in charge of the JjjjjJ* ‘ dnJs ^ ,1™'' ‘,0 stel) ub Productlon °f c0PP«r j “In the last war. we found that 96
program. Smith. Ronald Smttt e, T mm. Mrs. John Mlller. and son. John-, vluUy needed in the defense P«>-1 npreent of fhosc sent out always re-
- j Spurr, Jack Tomlins, Jimmy Tib- nie, jr. Mr Dunford will follow In sram. MtFarland came to Phoe- d,^!h *. *
Loutae Powell, song leader of 7-M.] ^^-^^pi'/n^^i^Nma^liite d*y* ‘° ,em8ln °Ver ,he h°U' ntx 10 make an'a“it'nients for a ——--
,, ,h«.r oi.th Mmi-n nc her (,( u°°d Ht lcn \\ ckh NuiaW days. water supply needed for this ex-
I Charles Wauhop, Teresa Valderas. Mrs W P Lawton of El Keno ' anded plant
Edith Wlckwnre and Frances Wor-Lifted Monday with her mother. The Arizona junior senator
thing ton (Mrs. M. A. Paisley. H sought arrangements to provide
Mrs. Jerry Brown Is spending a some 10,ooo acre-feet of water an-
The following eighth grade pu-1 few days in Oklahoma City with nually for a new defense program
plls made all S's for the serond ^tives, | ef ,ant Hp oppncd discus-
six-weeks term; ( Johnnie Miller accompanied hlr
Billy Boczklewlcz, Alma Fitch. unc)e, Ernest J. Miller, sheriff of
HOMES FOR SALE
Irs. W. :
rs. J. M
a in, Rei
I ugh F
The following real estate belonging to the Estate
of Thomas Thiesen, deceased, will be sold to the
highest bidder f<Jr cash by P. W. Jensen, Admin-
istrator of said estate. Bids may lie given to the
administrator or left at the office of Rinehart
and Welden, attorneys for said estate. All sales
must be approved by the County Court.
.Modern. Fair Condition,
Modern. Fair Condition, till
Modern. .‘108 South Foster
01 (I North Rock Isand
5 Lots, All houses modern.
one 4 room. Others
and 109 North “K.”
Room liriek House, corner Shepherd and
Foreman. 2 Lots. Iron Fence around it.
J rooms. 101. 10.r>,
has chasen Ruth Moore as
assistant. Betty McNeil has been
selected as assistant reporter and I
Paul Rodgers, president, has ap-
pointed Edwin Grant as program
sr*cr5SJ£r -Jist I Tsi-srs
formant stated that there are | _
nearly 50 trade Jobs and vocations i Barbara Franks, Jean Funk. Shir- creek county, to Granite Saturdnv
for which patriotic young men can 1 The 8'A'B'X homeroom ha(l 10(! ley Gillllan, Bonnie Ruth Griesel. Enroute home he spent Sunday
I receive training when thev join I Percent attendance tn Sunday nuddv Marsh, Richard Preno, „iKht with his grandmother, Mrs
Uncle Sam's new “two-ocean navy.” scb0°* ,b*s WPP*t
Women To Lead
Franklin Williams, Phyllss Ander- R
son. Betty Jean Armold. Anna Lou:
The two art classes of Etta Dale Biggert. Mary Lou Blair. Carilon deen Crawford. Emma Mae Cullejr,;
Junior hlghschool have been work- Booth. Beverly Ann Buird, Mary! Kay Demke Billie Jean Frosch,
Ing this week on Christmas win-J chandler. Patsy Cosgrove. Mary; Mary Sue Fuller. Lois Griffin,
dows for their classroom The win- Katherine Dyer. Maurice Ethridge, Jerry Rose Paxton. Mnrgaret Prit-
- dows are made in a Gothic arch. joan Roarh. Rose Ann Simmons, j chett, Ruth Moore. Bob Si-llens.
LAFAYETTE Ind. Dec 9—(U.Rl— on the 8ty’e 01 ,nedleval cathedral Np0ia Maxine Shultz. Bernice Roland Schuelein. Joe Perry. Huvh
An expthnWntal curriculum in the, windows of stained glass. Various gmnh, Andean Southern Hawkins. Jack Tomlins, Nina White,
training of women, begun two colors of cellophane were used In Amy Hartman. Wilma Thompson. Darrell Williams. Natalie Lokens-
the place of colored glass. The Molly Townien. Catherine Warren, yard and Frnnces Worthington
tiny lead partitions between bltaj Muriel Jean Weiman. Billie Wil-|
N*w*,l Ironing Day Joy!
lit small roll fils into
iWtvsi like ilesve board
** , <15 So* one-minute
years ago, is turning the educa-
tional spotlight on Purdue univer-
Termed a training in "cultural
science" the courses laid out by
| the university are designed to pre-
I pare yoimg women of native lead-
ership for Intelligent service In
their communities, whether It be
large, small, urban or rural
At present, there are 5« "guinea
pigs' rnroled for the tralnlnu. were as follows;
: of which 25 are taking the second Star of Bethlehem,
venr course with S3 co-eds in the
• first year classes
The special program differs from
; the normal college curriculum only
• $n the emphasis laid on each sub-
j Ject. A special survey of the regy-
: inr studies is laid out for the stu-
J dents, with Instructors holding
| regular weekly conferences with
j each student, who has been con-
! centrattng on the cultural aspects
Of the science
~ Tire final two years will be de-
of stained glass were represented llnms Pp((gy Jnne wrlght, Neldu j;::*
by patterns cut of brown paper Vaughn, Oene Boatman. John Ditt-1
The effect 1* beautiful from the mer. Joe Rector. Robert Rochelle
Inside of the room by day. and Lloyd Sullivan. Marlon Powell ;|lj*
those who pass by the junior high- Amos Youngblood, Nadine Koerner. !;j|
ictMoi si night Mtn OtuMnaa Mu Mathew M<iiii>*
may see the windows brightly Athaddu Lee Morrow Bonnie Mr-1
lighted Rae. Margaret Oldfield and Mnde-jj
The designs made by art students1 lyn Czmun.
Phyllis An-j The following seventh grade i
derson. angel kneeling amid can- pupils have perfect spelling rec-|
dies, Betty Armold; saint, Davis ords for the second six-werks, spell-1
White; cross, Alma Fitch; Stand- Ing 117 words correctly: „;l ^
ing Prayer. Billy Williams; Merry Howard Daniel, Bob Fowler^ An-
NEWS While Its Happening
Phis sensational new portable
ironing invention does all ynut
ironing . . . shirts, sheets, cur-
tains. anything . . . twice as fast
ten times easier. Simple to use
learned in one minute.
$KH( Dawn — SI.25 Weekly
lll| rl BJtl , iilililian, Iiwnmu w ” I
Christmas. Earlene Mason; winged ola Beatty. Betty Jo Cannon, Olyn-j
angel and candle. Billy Jean Haw-
Wed to working out the particu- \
tfir vocational Interest of each stu-
dent. with sum met sessions of
• victual work In each ones’ field-
Much the same plan now used at
; several of the more progressive
; colleges and universities.
Inaugurated in the fall of 1939,
a special committer of the univer-
: :slty spent two years of Investlga-
: tlnn before the plan was worked
kins; shepherd and sheep, Ruth
Cooper; Oothlc design. Lon a Mae
Clouse; Yule tree. Marion Beem-
blossom; winged angel. Patty Cos-
grove; kneeling angel. Mary Cor-
win; angel and cloud, Thelma
Bloodworth; Angel Praying, Amy
Angel and the Babe, Ruby Hut-
Pull the Trigger on
Lazy Bowels, with
Ease for Stomach, too
Built • in super
I’n- h button op-
tion. Base and tre-
ble ronlrol, auto-
Standard and foreign recep-
tion, 6 double-purpose tubes.
Extra large speaker. Iland-
rubhrd walnut finish cabinet
nutle volume con-
Friday. Dec. 12 8 P. M.
9 Miles North and « East
Archie Royse, Teacher
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THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE
In rniirt Ubatstnn* "****kln* ksst”
testa. Prlaa* Albert burned
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than tb* avaraga at Ite 10 oll»*r at tb*
larraat-seWng brand* tssted-
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ay r*b 9, 1932.
Startling power and un-
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