The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 62, No. 288, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 2, 1954 Page: 6 of 6
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El Reno (OklaJ Daily Tribune
Tuesday, February 2,1
deer owned' by Russell B. f
was 214 years old when si
recently after breaking he:
In attempting to Jump a di
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brisman spent
8unday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Meade and family.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Meade and
Tommy Sanders were Sunday din-
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Meade and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brisman and
family visited with Mr. and Mrs. W.
King and family in El Reno, Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rother and
family were Friday evening guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schweit-
Mr. and Mrs. Gene McDowell
and family of Oklahoma City spent
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Donald Moberly was a Saturday
evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
ford Moberly and family.
Delbert and Allen Meade called
and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Moberly
Sunday morning. Sunday evening
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wilford
Moberly and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carson called
on Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hansen Sat-
John and Billy Laub were Sun-
day afternoon guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Carson.
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capture clause in the agreement
with the federal government on
the field expressly forbids construc-
tion of tall stiuctures, such as oil
EL RENO MARKET8
(Corrected to 2 p.m. Feb. 2)
Wheat ........ £
Kaffir ......... ;
Milo ..........................' *
Shelled Corn ________________j
which might interfere
with use of the site as an airport.
Councilmen approved a request
by Bentley that approximately 300
yards of chips be purchased in
advance for work in sealing new
blacktop streets during the coming
months, and an Oklahoma Natural
Gas company request for right of
ingress and egress to the new hos-
Contract Not Signed j
A contract with the architectural
firm of Parr and Aderhold for work
on the projected field house and
armory building came up at the
meeting for signature, but was not
signed on advice of the city at-
torney, who said the signing would
not be legal until the bonds issued
for the building are in the hands
of the buyer.
Bentley told councilmen the
Highway 81 dairy, southeast of El
Reno, had not secured its license,
although the license had been due
since last July, and that the city
expected to launch action. He made
the report in connection with a
request that councilmen study a
change in city milk ordinances to
comply with a new health depart-
ment standard milk ordinance. j
In routine business councilmen
approved appropriation of $3,202.24
lor the street and alley cash fund
and payment of city bills.
HHI «"ia« V
Everett True hooked the han-
dle of his umbrella around the
neck of a salesman and pulled
him dear over the counter be-
cause he persisted in trying to
sell Everett shirts, ties and
socks when all he wanted was a
pair of suspenders.
717 South Choctav
CHICAGO, Feb. 2 —<<Pi—Grains
recovered from a drop at the start
ont he board of trade today, going
above previous closing levels as
dealings expanded late in the ses-
Wheat closed 3/4 to 1 1/2 higher.
March 2.11 to 2.10 7 8; corn 3/8 to
7/8 higher, March 1.51 1/2; oats
1/4 to 1 2 higher, March 78 1/4
to 3/8; soybeans 1/2 to 1 3/4 higher.
March 3.11 1 4 to 3.10 3/4.
NEW YORK STOCKS
NEW YORK, Feb. 2 A
quiet decline today took the stock
market down slightly.
At the most the decline went to
between 1 and 2 points, but small
minus signs were the rule. At the
same time, many plus signs dotted
Volume on the fall was down ma-
terially to an estimated 1,400.000
shares. That compares with 1,740,-
000 shares traded Monday.
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, Feb. 2—(A*)--Cotton
futures were lower today as the
market continued to meet profit
taking following recent advances.
Late afternoon prices were 15 to
60 cents a bale lower than the
previous close. March 34.06, May
34.18, and July 34.01.
OKLAHOMA CITY LIVESTOCK
OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb 2-(A’>
—Cattle 3,000, calves 400; two loads
choice steers held from Monday,
22.25; load mostly good steers, 20.00;
others unsold; most utility and
commercial cows, 10.50 to 12.00;
utility and commercial bulls, 10.00
to 14.00; commercial to choice
slaughter calves, 14.00 to 18.00.
Hogs 500; active, uneven, top
around 75 lower; practical top to
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 2—(/P>—Cat- :
tie 5.000, calves 500; bulk good to i
better than average choice fed |
steers. 19.00 to 23.00; few loads and
lots good to high choice heifers,
17.00 to 21.50; utility and commer-
cial cows, mainly 10.50 to 12.00;
bulls, 14.50 down; good and choice
vealers, 19.00 to 26.00.
Hogs 2,000; moderately active, un- •
even; bulk choice 180 to 230 ixmiids. j
26.50 to 65. I
8heep 2,500; three cars good and I
choice 95 to 99 poiuid rail shipped I
wool lambs to shipjjers, 21.00. I
SLICK ARTICLE—Norbert Richter of Mascoutah, 111., enjoys a
moment of triumph as he pins a “greased pig" at the St. Clair
County Fair. For his effort, Norbert got a purebred gilt from
the Kiwanis Club which sponsored the event
Formerly Known As
THE BARTLETT bHO
WALLPAPER • PAINT
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GIRL—Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stef-
fen, Glen Rock, N. J., are the
parents of a daughter, Susanne,
MILK RIVER people, annually produces enou
MONTPELIER, Vt. -(U.R)- Ver- milk to fiU a river 80 mtles lo;
mont, which has more cows than 20 feet wide and three feet deep.
You’ve Got the Job-
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born Jan. 21. Paternal grandmother
is Mrs. Margaret Steffen, west of
BROKEN SIZES! LIMITED QUANTITIES!
CHARGE IS DENIED
Joseph Santin, charged in county
court with drunk driving, entered
a plea of innocent when arraigned
Monday before Judge Roy M. Fau-
bion. He was admitted to bail In
the sum of $500.
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TAKES TIME TO PLEAD
Samuel Morton, charged with
omitting to provide for a minor
child, took 24-hours to plead when
arraigned before County Judge Roy
M. Faubion Monday. His bond was
set at $500.
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WASHINGTON. Feb. 2 — —
Senator Knowland (Republican,
California! said today that despite
consistent failure thus far to reach
any compromise he believes the
senate will pass a constitutional
amendment on treaty powers.
Knowland. the GOP floor leader,
told a news conference he lias come
lip with new language to be sub-
mitted to Senator Bricker (Re-
publican, Ohio» but hasn't any cer-
tainty it will be acceptable.
He’ll love the plaids
you’ll love this dollar
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Two bar tricot.
• Elastic leg, brief
• Lace Trim around
leg openings —
Sizes 2 to 14.
Regardless of former
price-From 2 to
6 strand graduated
styles! Now priced at
only $1. Pearls are.
always in fashion!
Many sold for “3”
times this tiny price.
Many one of a style.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 62, No. 288, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 2, 1954, newspaper, February 2, 1954; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921781/m1/6/: accessed April 11, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.