The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 42, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 18, 1945 Page: 3 of 8
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FAMILY portrait: Wife Bess, daughter Margaret and head of
tho_lmiieohold enjoy each other’s company: Hved modestly.
i, DONNED glasses early In life;
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th open toe
HAIRY t. TRUMAN. tUrty-seeond President of United fUtoa.
joining In at a National Press Huh show fat Washington.
•ap for jier-
TRUMAN, Kilgore and O’Maboney—they biresllgated the v
effort. It waa then that Truman caught nation’s fancy.
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MOTHER Martha E. Truman keenly follows son's climb up the
political ladder. Here, they chat at a National Convention.
ROOSEVELT wins Fourth Term In 1944 and Truman wins Vice
•’residency. Above, they relut:i triumphant)}. to Washington.
block 12. Todds addition to Calu-J
Assignment of Oil and Oas Leases |
C C. Hester to Leigh J Sessions.
S 8E 8E 34-13-7.
! ACCIDENT KILLS VETERAN
I NORWAY, Me. — <U.P)— r* ‘
__, __ Merlne
~ Mnjor Laurence D. Oanimon, 28. of
D. U. Johnson. 105 East Clark Norway, -who survived some of the
most violent fighting of the Pacific
war. was reported "killed In an au-
tomobile accident" at a forward
Lee Jones, 30, and Ella Williams.
24. both of Oklahoma City.
N. B. Wuldo and Waldo Alfalfa
Milling company, a co-partnership
consisting of N. B Waldo. P. H.
Wright and J. Paul Loosen, vs. Wll-
-llam J. 8kldmore et al. Suit to
, quiet title of real estate.
Ouy E. Rogers to Stephen I.ueus
Part of SW 22-13-7.
Ouy E. Rogers to Herman Mer-
veldt. Part of SW 22-13-7.
Ouy E. Rogers to F Merveldt.
Part of SW 22-13-7.
Donlel F Stough to Alice P.
Htoiif h. Part of NW 8-13-10
Alice R. Stough to Daniel P.
Stough, Jr. SW 5 13-10.
Anna L. and Thomas J. Hurst to
Trammel Brown. Lot 7. H and 9. 1
-------- , street, entered the El Reno sani-
--— tarluin today to receive medical
Rsinbow-Coloretl Chicks „ .J
Bring UDdtar into Court iLondon strpet- admitted to the i
CHICAOO, Apr. 18 -tu.fi>- New f,’ J**'’0, *Bnitarlum Tuesday for;
treatment for second decree burn.s l
color entered tnio a Chicago court * j
ra„ . Mrs Oeorge P. Oooden. jr„ and!
1 daughter. Linda Carol, bom Apr. i
It centered about the two fluffy | 13 In the El Reno sanitarium, were j
pink and green fugitives from a renioved to their home at 321 North
chicken yard owned by Sam Rubin. Maco,nb avenue Tuesday.
Uiuis C. Krueger, investigator for
the Anti-Cruelty society, reported
that Rubin had approximately 100
rainbow-colored ehlcks for sale.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 42, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 18, 1945, newspaper, April 18, 1945; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921872/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.