The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 208, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 4, 1945 Page: 2 of 8
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Ei Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Church Announcements j-mmert Begins
Sunday, November 4, 1945
901 South Hoff Avenue
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 10:50 a m.
Evangelistic service, 7:30 p, m.
Rev. W H. Evans of Carnegie
will have charge of these services.
The public Is cordially Invited
SACRED HEART rHI'RCII
F..ther Victor Van Durme, Pastor
Sunday masses at 8 and 10 a. m
Evening services at 7:30 a. m.
Week-day masses at 8 a. m.
T'HIS page is open to all religious denominations. The
Tribune invites every church in the city to place its
announcements in these columns every week. Please
see that your announcement reaches The Tribune office
hy 4 p. m. Friday each week to assure its publication
in Sunday’s issue. To afford equal opportunity to all
denominations in presenting their announcements, The
Tribune requests that each lie limited to 200 words.
Announcements from churches in surrounding com-
munities also are welcome.
TRINITY- I.I THr.KAN (HIRCII
Williams and Iiondnn
A C. Dubbcrsleln, Pastor
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Pastor's rlass, 10 a. m. Topic:
“Cain and Abel."
Divine Worship, 10:45 a. m.
Sermon: “The Challenge of a NcA
Fellowship in the Church
Scripture: Matthew 11:15-20: Acts 2:44-47: 4:31-37: Romans 12;
Phillppians 1:27-2:4; I John 3:14-24
( lilt 1ST MEMORIAE EPISCOPAL
Henry T. Bakewell, Vicar
Church school. 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon. 11
RY WILLIAM K. C.ILROY. D. D
rJ'HE Scripture passages desig-
nated for this lesson nil have
in common emphasis upon the
love, and the spirit of mutual
helpfulness, that ought to exist
between all Christians, particu-
larly in the fellowship of the
chnreh. There is a note also eon-
eerning the power of n church in
which Christians ate all of one
mind, and are united in ac-
knowledging and living this high
ideal of love, mutual service and
Is it possible, one might ask.
for all Christians, or for all
.. . _ . , . members of a local church, to be
the pastor. Subject: |.. nf „np mlnd? ,, thPre not vnlup
To this the answer must be
that all Christians are subject
to the Injunction, “Let this mind
he in you, which was also in
Christ Jesus" (Pliilippians 2:5);
but Paul, who gave that injune
lion, emphasized also the diversi-
ties among Christians (“All
members have not the same of-
There are basic elements of
Christian faith and practice,
exemplified in Ihc life and tearh-
ing of Jesus. This is “the mind
of Christ" that ought to be in
every true Christian; but upon
that basis there run be, and
ought to he. wide diversities as
individual Christians follow the
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHI'RCI!
Barker nnd Wade
Everett Poole, Minister
Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Emory
Morning worship, 10:50 a. m.
“The Importance of the Church
Junior high young people will
meet at 6 p. m.
Senior high young people will
mee at 7 p. m.
Choir rehearsal. 8:65 p m. Wed-
FIRST METHODIST CIICRCII
500 South Rock Island Avenue
Crestus L. Crlppln, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Ouy i
Morning worship, 11 a. m. Ser-
mon : "In Trust with the Gospel." j
Meeting of Youth Fellowship. !
0:30 p. m
Evening church service. 7:30 p, i
in Sermon: "Questions Which j
JL’ROM emphasis upon Chris-
1 tianity in the home, we have
turned to consider the Christian
way in the L'huch. The two,
home and church, ought to go
together in the life of every fam-
ily that would be in tiny real
Recently I hove heard of a
movemenl for developing and
strengthening family religion in
encouraging and providing aids
for worship in the home. In the
way in which the matter was rc-
1102 East Rogers, Street
Sunday school. 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
P. Y. P. A. service, 6:30 p, m.
Evangelistic service, 7:30 p. m.
We thank God for the mighty 1
stirring in the hearts of the people ^
of our church and the way the
'“ot-l of God is reaching others. 1
Sister Redding lias been preaching I
(Mk evening and will coimimc to j "
fill our pulpit through Sunday ELLISON AVENUE METHODIST
night, with her daughter, Mrs. E. j ('IIUROI
J. Gallagher, as soloist. | Ellison at Pine
We are happv to announce that
Rev. and Mrs. Boyd McSpadden
will b»gin a revival with us Tues-
day, Nov. 6. Thev are well known
In El Reno and we give them a
hearty welcome to our city.
_ i Methodist Youth Fellowship, 5
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH p. m. Mrs. Leslie Thompson, dl-
London and Hoff rector; Carolyn Bennett, MYP
Church school at 9:45 a. m. i president.
Christian Science service at 11 ! Evening worship. 7:30 p. m.
a. m. Prayer service. 7:30 p. in. Wed-
Testlmonlal services at Bp m. neada.v. The evening prayer service
Wednesday. j has been changed from 7 p. m.
The subject of the lesson-sermon Thursday to 7 30 p. m. Wednes-
i Raymond V. Horn, Minister
! Sunday school, 10 a. m. Henry
Thompson, general superintendent.
Morning worship. 11 a. m. Ser-
mon topic: "How Is Your Heart?"
ported to me it was suggested
that Ihls might take the place of
the church school, or Sunday
School, in so far as this institu-
tion has failed. It is my judg-
ment that this movement for an
increase and development of
family religion will fail, if it
mean'- a complacent attitude
toward any alleged failure or
weakness in the Sunday School,
or a further weakening of that
inslilution, that really needs
strengthening if the church itself
is lo have a strong and vigorous
p’AMILY religion, fine as it can
be made, is not enough in it-
self. A family religion, divorced
from flic church and lacking the
full expression of Christian fel-
lowship, could not lie in any real
sense Christian. The family need*
the church, as much os the
church needs the family.
The first Christians, in the
early church, had all things in
common, just as groups of Chris-
tians in monasteries, or religious
orders, or in self-contained
Christian' communities, have
practiced communism at many
times, and in many places, dur-
ing the centuries since the
This does not mean that com-
munism as these first Christians
practised it is either advisable or
feasible under the complex con-
ditions of modern society. Bui
it does mean that even in the
most complex social conditions
true Christians will wish to live
unselfishly, using themselves and
lheir possessions for the doing
of the will of God, and for the
blessing of their fellow men. Let
us thank God for the men and
women who have lived in that(
Christian way; and let us realize
that, complex as society may be,
there can be no lasting peare,
prosperity and happiness for all
until all men live to love and
help one another.
< III R< II OF CHRIST
Sunset and Evans
Clyde C. Corner, Minister
Bible study. 9:45 a. m.
Preaching, 10:45 a. m. Sermon
topic: "1*1 Us Go Forward."
Communion, 11:45 a. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Sermon
topic: “The Sin of Division.”
Business meeting, 7:30 p. m.
Bible study, 7:30 p. m. Wednes-
Ladles' Bible class, 3 p. m. Fri-
Wc have just closed a good
Family Moves Into
Rev. J Louis Emmert with his
I family has moved into the Nnza-
rene parsonage lo assume his du-
ties as pastor of the First Church
, of the Nazarene.
For the past four '/ears Rev.
; Fmmert has b< I1 pastor of the
Nazarene church in Yukon and
held pastorates nt Longview, Tex.,
and Aransas Pass. Tex., before
( moving to Yukon.
He was ordained to the ministry
’ in September 1941 after having
1 completed the four-year course re-
: qulred for ordination by the Naza-
rene church. He attended Bethany
: Peniel college thrpe and one-half
I years and has a certificate of
[ graduation from the ministerial
department of that institution. He
has had eight vears of pastorial
Mrs. Emmert also attended
Bethany Peniel college two and
l one-half years.
Rev. and Mrs. Emmert arc the
parents of three children, Jimmie.
J 10. Helen Elaine, 6. and Raymond,
4. Jimmie and Helen Maine have
| enroled In Central elementary
Members of the church redeco-
rated the interior of the local
Nazarene parsonage at 109 West
Jenkins street before the Emmert
; family moved here from Yukon,
j "We have moved to El Reno to
| serve the church nnd to work with
all religious nnd community or-
i ganizalinns." Rev. Emmert said
Rev. Emmert succeeds Rev. W.
H. Snow as pastor of the local
church. Rev. Snow, who held the
pastorate here the past four years,
has moved with his family to
Amarillo. Tex., where he has en-
tered the evangelistic field.
1307 to 1400. The painting Is well
(over 600 years old.
i Father Gregory has written con-
: slderably on art, but doesn't enjoy
talking about his Interpretations of
His belief concerning art Is let
! everybody paint :is he feels nnd
I then you’ll have real painting.”
He was admitted to the Oklahoma
Hall of Fame in 1931. /
Rev. J. Louis Emmert hns as-
sumed duties as pastor of the
First Church of the Nazarene,
succeeding Rev. W. H. Enow. Rev.
Emmert has served as pastor of
the Nazarene church in Yukon
Ihc past four years and has held
pastorates at Longview, Tex., and I the streams.
Aransas Pass, Tex .
Work Is Exhibited
SHAWNEE, NOV. 3 — <U.R) — To ;
many Oklahomans, Father Gregory
Gerrer is lovable but shy man 1
who delights in guiding guests;
through his art gallery nnd mus- j
eum at 8t. Oregory'8 monastery _____________ _
near hrrr; but few realize he Is a Oklahoma college and university
ren°wn<“<1 ar,1'st students may apply for Rhodes
Father Gregory relates Ihr ills- j scholarship to the University of
ory and background of each ol Oxford, England, for the first time
Is more than 100 paintings, many si,,cc the war. Savoie Lottinvllle,,
of which arc his own. director of the University of Ok-
One of Father Gregory's paint- 1 laliomu Press, who Is secretary of
ings, done between 1900 and 1904. the state committee of selection,
when Pope Plus X sot for him ! has announced,
for the official portrait of the j with the flrst post-war elections
P"r?' P°,rtrplt wa* exhibited | scheduled for December 1946, ap-
nt “■1**u>* exposition In 1904. plicaUons should reach Lottinvllle
The white haired father has!011 or before Nov 2, 1946. Scholnri-
NORMAN. Nov. 3—i Special)
painted many scenes familiar to
elect will enter the University of
health In the pa^toTyoa/s 1'has j °Xf°rd 0l°bfh' 1947
prevented him from making trips! A “umber of war service
“Into the open fields nnd beside
O. F. Turney, Pastor
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Alton
Morning message. 11 a. m., by
the pastor. •
P. Y. P A service, 6:30 p. m.
Evangelistic service. 7:30 p. m.
Wc are having a wonderful ser-
vice and the Sunday school Is
Come give il; a trial. We will
hove some ways you will like.
CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH
Woodson at Barker
W. E. Bowers, Pastor
Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. classes
for all ages.
Worship, 10:50 a. m. We will
observe the Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper. The pastgr will
speak on the subject ‘'Remember-
ing Christ." Special music by the
Mrs. H. B. Lumadue wants to
meet all the Juniors at the church
Sunday evening at 5 o'clock. This
will be the first meeting of the
Children’s Hour since it closed last
Junior high MYF. 6:30 p. m.
Senior MYF, 6 p. m.
scholarships for men between the
ages of 19 and 25 who have corn-
studied In pletBd at lpast ono ve»r of war
Studied l» frls. Rome Mrvtce .since Oct. 1, 1940, are
Father Oregoiy was born in > available now in addition to the
Alsace Loralne, July 23, 1887. He rPgular Rhodes scholarships. “War
WaS. onA0"* j* o10 ,hP Unite<i E|4*les service” includes civilian wort;
in 1870 and 21 years later entered such as scientific research, educa-
the Sacred Heart monastery in tton. government service and po-
Oklahoma. In 1918 he received sitionR in industrv or agriculture
his honorary LL. D: from Noire which contributed to the war
Dame. He was ordained as priest effort
at the Roman Catholic church in i _
Buckfast abbey, Devonshire, Eng-
land, in 1900.
The father studied art In Paris
nnd Rome and in the United
B. L. Beccham, who uuderwen
a major operation two weeks agi
In St. Anthony hospital, Oklahonu
City, is expected home this week
Apprentice Seaman Will I nil
Waller, Jr., who is in the NROTq
unit of Ric? Institute. Houstoii
Tex., is making a short visit wlt|
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wllliai
| Mrs. E. D. Klenholz and son, ,
Leroy, of Luclne, nnd Ed war
Oriesel of Pcrrv spent Friday wit
Mr. and Mrs. Clyd? Scott.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. an
Mrs. Rnlph Royse were Mr. nn
Mrs. Rnlph Royse, Jr., Captain ar
Mrs. Glenn A. Beecham and so:
Mrs. Ralph Royse, Mrs. W.
Clovis, Mrs. W. F. Schutnacli-
Mrs. Nannie Bruce, Mrs. Ralf
Hulbert and Mrs. Don Pickle an
son visited Mrs. J. A. Bruce Thur:
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Royse, J
spent Thursday evening will)
and Mrs. William M. Wallace.
Mrs. Alex Hufnagel and daugl
ter and Mrs. Ralph Royse call
on Mrs. W. A Clovis Mond
HERE FOR VISIT
Major and Mrs. George L. Bar-
ker of Tulsa are visiting in the
home of Mrs. Barker's parents,
-. , ,. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Johnson, 708
He doesnt put a price on any- Wpst London street. MaJor and
hmg. When a visitor at his gal-: Mrs Barker have been rPsldlng
FaThef Grinya 3 " ' ~ *" ** Y°rk
. ' City where Major Barker was,
Everybody measures things witli engaged in the procurement of
I the measuring stick of the mar- materiel for the engineer corps
|ket. I don t know how much this troops serving overseas.
_ „„ _ i is worth. If given to mast people -" - ■ - -
Worship, 7:30 p. m. The young |they wouldn't know whal to do
He says he does r.ot know will li
Is the most valuable work of art
In the gallery. The oldest is
Madonna and Child, painted by
i Splnello Aretinon who lived from
people will furnish the choir and
have charge of the service. The
pastor will speak on the subject,
“Jesus nn Ideal Character."
You are invited to worship at
Central Methodist church.
All evening services except the j meeting with fine interest and
Youth Fellowship have been | attendance. The Church of Christ
does Bible things in Bible ways
Attendance at all services hns | and calls Bible things by Bible
for Sundav. Nov. 4, In all Churches rtay;
of Christ, Scientist, will be "Ever-
The Golden Text will be: "or j cLanged to 7:30 p. m.
let the wickedness of the wicked Attendance at all ----- ---- ----- --------
come to an end; but establish the Increased. With your help we shall rnmes. A hearty welcome awaits
Just" IPs. 7:9). Bible references rontlnue to grow. We Invite you you always,
explaining the subject nre taken worship with us. A cordial wel-
from Galations 6:7: “Be not de- come and Btospel message await I
ceived; God Is not mocked: for
whatsoever a man soweth, that
shall he also reap.”
A reference from "Science and
TWO DAY SERVICE
TIRES and BATTERIES
U. S. and SEIBERLING
As I have sold my farm, I will sell at public auction the following
described proptrly and stock, at the farm—1 mile east of El Reno
mills and 2', miles south on Highway 81, on WEDNESDAY. NOV. 7
Sale Begins Promptly at 11:00 a. m.
47 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE—26 head Just fresh! These cows
nre hand-picked and heavy producers. They are all TB and Bangs
COMPLETE LINE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS including: Dodge
truck, 1 >-_• ton with new motor, stock rack and grain bed; Oliver
14 inch two-bottom plow; six-foot sickle mower and seven-foot
windrower; M & M Springlooth 3-section harrow; John Deere
horse lister, mamlre spreader.
1 Registered Mare — 1 2-Year-Old Colt — Alfalfa and Prairie llav
CLARENCE ESSARY, OWNER
L. E. Werner. C. L. Everett, Auctioneers.
Citizen;; National Bank. El Reno, Clerk
Meridian Ladies Will Serve Lunch—6 Mo. Terms on App. Security
All Sizes Up
To 6 Inches.
V BELTS *
UP TO 4« INCHES
120 South Rock Island
LIVES SUCH A MAN
THERMOPOL1S. Wyo —(UP:
Pete Bauman, hardware emplo,
here, evlden tally Is a eonsclent I
man when It comes to doing I
work. He recently reported
work one morning only lo be to
that it was the day he was I
start on 1 h1s vacation. He hj
forgotten all about it, he said
"Look FIRST to Long-Bell” for Bui L*
ing Material Needs! Large stocks “
quality merchandise at honest pri<‘
...friendly service ... make sh
ping at Long-Bell a pleasant at
You can depend •
the quality and di - J
ability of our n^l
terior or o s
Lovely Wallpaper Patteru
FREDERICKSON TIRE CO.
Just South of Telephone Of fir*
4C1 South Itoek Islam!
FIRST BAPTIST MISSION
L Avenue at Rogers Street
Herman Powell, Pastor
Health with Key to the Scriptures",
by Marv Baker Eddy is as follows' ! Suncla-V school, 9 45 a. m Jim
The design of Love is to reform Holleman, superintendent: D J.
the sinner. If the sinner's punish- Carro11. assistant. A growing Sun-
ment here has been insufficient to da^' school with a class fot all
reform him, the good man's groups.
heaven would be a hell to the Morning worship. 11 a. m. Ser-
sinner. They, who know not purity mon by the pastor. Subject: “God's
and atfection by experience, can Purpose of Grace."
never find bliss in the blessed Training union. 6:30 p. m. D. J.
company of Truth and Love simply Carroll, director,
through translation Into another Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Ser-
sphere. Divine Science reveals the non subject: "The Perseverance
necessity of sufficient suffering, of the Saints."
either before or after death, to Prayer meeting, 7 p. m. Wed-
uench the love of sin" <P. 35). ! nesday. ,
I will sell at public auction the following described property and
Slock, at the place known as the S. Wiley farm. 14 miles west of
El Reno on Highway 68, 4 miles south and back east, on
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 6
48 HEAD OF CATTLE, Including good choice milk cows and one
registered roan bull, 16 months old.
FARM IMPLEMENTS—a complete line including 1 Allis Chalmers
uactor, 1941 model; two-tow lister, two-row cultivator: 16-inch
5 BARROW HOGS, Wright 175 lbs. Each.
100 ENGLISH WHITE LEGHORN HENS
HOI SFHOLD GOODS, Including Philco radio and 6-v battery.
Butane bottle and regulator, Stewart-Warner electric radio.
200 BUSHELS of YELLOW CORN—10.000 BUNDLES IIIGERA
100 BALES of ALFALFA HAY
Many Items Not Mentioned-Terms of Six Months On
l. C. BRADFORD, OWNER
h. E. Werner, C. L. Everett. Auctioneers
First National Bank, Calumet, Clerk/
L. D. 8. Ladles Will Serve Lunch
DR. D. S. HARRIS
DR. CEO. N. RUSSEL
420 Main Street, Yukon
Phone Yukon 383
DR. W. A. LAUGHTON
Malcom Phelps, M. D.
Over C. C. C. Store
20.1 South Maromb
Office Ph: 786 Rea. Ph: 1842
Office 62 — Phones — Re*. 74
P. F. HEROD, M. D.
DR. HARRY A. MEYER
EYE, EAR. NOSE and THROAT
Pint National Bank Bldg.
Over Oklahoma Tire and Supply
DR. M. NEUMANN
DISEASES OF THE HEART
DR. V. P. CAVANAUGH
Office 88 - Phones — Re» 1518
Phone 447 2*3 East Wada
Cltixen* National Bank Bldg.
This Year It's
The satisfying smartness and comfort
of a Chesterfield are things thot never
grow old . . . each year Chesterfields
reign as favorites among well dressed
The smooth perfection of these
Chesterfields point to o new high
in fashion appeal . . . wear a
Chesterfield ond be certain you
are well groomed. Some with fine
velvet collar trims. Excellent
range of sizes.
Many Other Styles loo!
Yes. fitted coots, boxy boy coots,
tailored selftrim coats and richly
furred coat* in several attractive
price groups. Fabrics include oil
the popular ones.
BAKER H. MELONE
ATTORNEY at LAW
loss South Bickford
DR. JOSEPH I. PHELPS
Special Attention To
EYE, EAK, NOSE and THBUA1
203 South Macomb Phono B
DOZENS OF NEW HATS
$496 to $(j60
El Reno, Oklahoma
For Ivory l»H
ens up the ho ,
like new wallf
per. You’ll fine'
terns suitable “J
every room tt,V
1 •'4'pcr roll
Made of good q<|
with coul car. The it**]
shc-aihing where wjterpr '
Equalities are desired, ltl
r*’ide—approx. 500 aq. ft.y
Face brick ap
ance at low
Adds new beauty y
durability co any hi
r or building. Acts at J
FOR LASTING FINCiS .. . THE FAM1
Long-Bell Creosote Po|
time. Over 40.000.000 have
of pr css u.
Southern Yellow Pine, and
ufacrured in our own pi a
famous posts stand the
placed in sc
ranches all »
Am erics. Mil
of them have
If you’re pla
on a new fe|
LUMBER C O M l> a r.
220 Weal Woodson
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