The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 305, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 22, 1944 Page: 4 of 6
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The El Reno Daily Tribune' Plow
A Blur Kill Mm WttiWPW Serving a Blue Hihbon Cmmniti I I IwW
Newspaper Serving a Blue Ribbon Community
Issued daily except Saturday from 207 South Rock Island avenue,
and entered as second-class mall matter under the act of March 3, 1879.
El Reno fOkla.) Daily Tribune
Who Are We to Complain of War's Sacrifices?
Tuesday, February 22, 1944
RAV J. DYER
Editor and Publisher
By Tom M. Marks
County Agent At Large
_ I OTILLWATER. Feb 22 — (Spe-
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publication of all the news dispatches credited to It or not cmJli.d by j order chicks that will be delivered
| In March or April. The time to
'rved I start chicks is in March or April.
DON'T Vbu THINK THAT
1 TOO, WOULD LIKE TO
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his paper, and also to all the local news therein.
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YOC WILL TAKE NOTHING WITH YCC I ROM IHI
YOUR MEMORIES: In up for ' t • lv< s I: i a:
Aid to a Decision
mi voters have 1
litv to be annri
a duty as
ver had t<
ids, of course,
THIS fall we must
fill as any that
charge, and it is not* a duty to 1 >♦• approached wii
We all know, at least
of the tasks that^the next
tasks are performed depet
in the choice of a man to perform them. W’hot
didates shall l>e, then, we must examine th>
and weaknesses with care, and weigh their
merits sanely, with as little partisan prejudice
American voters can achieve.
But what are the ideal qualifications of a president
which may nerve as a model in deciding between the
two candidates of 1944V Perhaps* the best answer to that
question is to he found it. words spoken by I>;*nieI Webster
112 years ago today, on tl annhi
birth of George Washington:
“In the first place, all his measures were right in
their intent. To commanding talents and to sucres . he add-
ed a disregard of self, a spotlessness of motive, a steady
submission to every public and private duty, which threw
forever into tin shade the whole crowd of vulgar great.
“The object of his regard was the whole country. No
part of it was enough to fill hi- enlarged patriotism. Ilia
love of glory, so far as that may be sup|w ed to have in-
fluenced him at all ned everything short *«l general
When buying chicks, good breed-
1 tin- is if primary importance. Ask
the hatcheryman for chicks that i
1 ure ited by R O P or pedi- !
i creed males which were selected j
. 1 -a body size and sexual maturity!
[ at 8 to 12 weeks of age.
; In February, it Is wise to get |
brooding equipment In order and 1
repair any which may need It.
Brood chicks In small units with
not more than 300 to a unit.
A relatively new feeding dis-
covery is that chicks grow better
"■hen tender, chopped green feed
. fed in addition to the chick 1
| mash. These greens may be grown
| i separate fields, harvested, cut j
j 111 bort lengths and fed to chicks
dally. This feeding can be started |
the beginning and it has been I
found economical to feed It to
wice a day They cat I
, 1,1 ■ when It is fed this way. and
I therefore eat leas higher-priced
During the first few weeks, one I
hie * of eating space per chick is
sufficient, but ulterwards, two
j Indies hould be allotted Three to
font water containers are needed
| f,,r *’tich unit For 100 chicks, the
■mall Iruit Jar type of waterer
may be used, but for 300 chicks
three or four gallon Jars or other
l it • watering containers are need-
approbation, it would have
nothiinr to him
partisans or his iavoritis
outnumbered, or out
outmanaKed, or outelamoret
of other loado
“His principle it was
riyht, and to
people for support: his principle
it was not to f
load of sinister and selfish
nor to rely on
arts of party delusion t*> 1
a course. Born for his cou
nd mankind, he
Rive up to party what was
TM1KRE. in :h* fir-f president, ns seen 11-<r«miwTi
trating mintl of Webster, is a model of
which no crisis could dominate or conquer. We
tio well to study it honestly and carefully. For
candidate whose intrinsic qualities most do-. Iv
those described also,
of leading this natio
It is, we lielit ve,
rusted with tht
can safely Ik*
through the four trying yi
simple as that.
Even a jaaligreed dog
isn’t taken ol him when h
V\ hat Britain and I’
to Ik* seen—if there are
* m younjf,
a meeting of the
decided to sd| th
Feb. 22. 19(19
; canning center has departed. At
■ khohiera Saturday afternoon it was
Charley Hughes s|»eiit
W. F. Roush, brother -of
family from Gallipolis, Ohio,
visiteil his brother her
ing to sell his Ohio pi
to Oklahoma. He final
William Lambe, i
engineers of Chicago,
oilman George laimbe,
Calumet is drawm
of K1 Reno at the pre;
his gang of parners,
painters, and Statton
assistants imardid the
buildings, which they
iy visiting friends
(pent Sunday \
in El Re mi.
f heavily upon
out. This morn
train for that I
here with his
years ago he
has lieen try-
■ might move
ind ( onipany
lie Dyer ami
ISVERYONE from grandma to
little Stale will be given a
ob.inee to learn how to produce
veto »bles for the table and can-
: ing use- at the all-day garden
-lion course Mar 22 at Oklahoma
A and M. college.
This garden school day will in-
clude everything from smelling
flowers and inspecting vegetables
in the college greenhouse to dis-
covering the best way to construct
hoi beds and cold frames.
The meeting will lake on a
■io.it aspect since emphasis
will la placed on growing veg-
etables for table consumption In
keeping with the war effort How-
*'er. lilts table consumption pro-
du lion will not be considered par-
t .‘‘til1 "ly from the commercial
incipoint since those in attend-
•'*»' will be buckvurd and small
A large attendance is expected
0 b present to hear Dr lout*
li .wki opening speech of wel-
111 in Most ot the
maker- will devote their time
to talks on “how to do” topics.
And the Harden at tender will learn
how to work up a garden layout
i truct a hot bed or mid frame,
control plant diseases and insects.
1 «l mix spray and dust materials
lot control of these garden pests.
Oklahoma Cily Pastor
Refuses Movie Contract
OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb 22—(UP*
The red-haired, tall, youthful
P tor of Oklahoma City's First
Chi 1stlan Church, Rev W H "Bill"
Alexander. lias turned down a
"'d movie contract at a
*lur\ ol $1 000 a week.
Alexander, a noted public speak-
1 r and master of ceremonies, said
lie turned down the movie offer
lx tu.-e it would not “further the
' Moc i , which I have given mv
litc He did not reveal the name
ol the company offering the ron-
The preacher formerly was pas-
f the I-os Angeles McCarthy
Memorial church, where he became
"■(piainted with many Hollywood
folk He used to be an amateur
boxer and while a resident of 8t
I/mis. Mo. was active In Little
I h. itt re productions.
Women Treated Like
Heasts of Hurden
PRYOR. Feb. 22 —(UP)— Natlv.
women in Nigeria. Africa, are treat
ed little better than beasts of I
den. reports Dr Ray U. Northrll
Baptist medical missionary back af
ter four yeai on the dark con
Miss Manning scraped off an-
“All day long.” she repeated. “I
am not averse to beauty clay as
such. Lord knows I've worn plenty
of it in m.v time to preserve what
I laughingly call my girlish complex-
"But there are limits. Limits even
I)<*liiii(I I he Scenes
HY PETI It KDSON
NEA Slaff Correspondent
^ 1 >' ’ may well watch for the emergence of something that miglf
be called The New Peace” as successor to "The New Deal"
in hi* now-famous n-*ide to Dilworth Luptor
of the ( lev eland I re- . ju.-t before Christmas, indicated that the New
Deal slogan w s outmoded :md that something likt
U in-Inc-War would be more appropriate. A
month later Vico President Wallace told the Dem-
ot ratio Jackmn Dav dinner audience that the New
Deal was not dead.
All the evidence would -eem to indicate that
Henry is right to n look at the record of the lari
few weeks will -how.
When the Pie irlent was allegorically amplifvint
"0 In-- own view. ..bout how old Doctor New Detu
1,1,1 called in young Doctor Win-the-War 1o cure
a tek country, he explained that although the post-
er program had not been settled on at all—ex
,vnt in generalities—it was clear that plans must
be made nmv for an expanded economy which will result in more
security, more employment, mote recreation, more education, more
health and better housing for all, so that the conditions of 10:12 would
not return again.
'J^HERE, from the President hint elf, you have the broad outlines
of a post-war New Deal which i- now Ix-ing mentioned as “The
New Peace program. It would in reality tie a successor to the Pres-
ident’s Win-the-War program. . •
This New Pence program has been dealt with in both the Presi-
dents regular mrs-ace and in his budget message to Congress.
Bim's of this New Peace program perhaps is best stated in the
Second Hill of Rights” passage f-nm the President's message:
“The right to a useful and remunerative job in the industries or
shops or fatm- or mines of the nation:
“The right to earn'enough to provide adequate food and clothing
“The right of every farmer to raise Bnd sell his products at a rr-
Itnn which will give him and l\i* family a decent living;
“The right of every businessman, large and small, to trade in an
dmosphere of freedom from unfair competition and domination bv
monopolies at horn* or abroad; "
“The right of every family to a decent home;
1 he right to adequate medic I cote and the opportunity to arhievc
i i enjoy good health;
The right to adequate protection from the economic fears of old
a\ sickness, accident and unemployment;
“The right to a good education.”
I’HIS eight-point program ceitainly did not get into the presiden-
tial message by accident. It is a ready-made political platform
f there ever was one. Whether it merely restates old ideals or states
i new peace program, it does not sound like much of an nband.m-
■nent of the New Deal. Maybe the label will be dropped as some-
lung that no longer garners votes, but that’s all, and into the Sex-ond
Bill of Rights you can read anything you like or don’t like, from
•octalized medicine or persecution of big business lo social security
from cradle to grave.
killed by its pappy? Don't let
New Items of Interest
Concerning Farm Work In
Central North Canadian
C. R. DeVauH. district rooperator.
made request for teriare lines to
be run on his farm southwest of
Ronald Scott, who purchased a
farm approximately four miles
northwest of Geary about a year
ago. Is doing a fine job of contour
farming and terrace maintenance.
Stoll plans to construct a farm
pond which will Intercept overflow
water from a large outlet channel.
The water stored in this pond will
be used for irrigation purposes.
Jeff T Boucher of Tulsa visited #t
the soil conservation district office
this week to make further arrange-
ments for drawing up the farmer-
district agreement on his farm.
By Ernest Foster
United Press Correspondent
I_IOLL Y W OOD. Feb 22 —<U.P)—
* 4 Irene Manning scraped a layer
of beauty clay from her face and
surveyed her surroundings some-
At the moment she looked con-
siderably more like A1 Jolson in
one of liis “mammy” songs than she j tinent.
did like herself. He -aid (he native women liavi
“I've spent the entire day with, 1,0 Axial standing whatever." nnt
imid not uni, in my eye but spread 4'1,ecl an example of their treatment
i;l! over mv fare." she complained, j "One day a man came to our hos-
v. macular, ain’t fun." P11 ■• • ' ' lit- back whlcE
he had sprained lifting a load
I hls wife to carry.” _
It’s a disgrace for women not tq
j marry in Nigeria. Northrip said.
Polygamy Is Common
'Morals there pre very lax, an<
polygamy is still the common prac-||
tire.” he reported.
Health conditions are generally
to mudpacks. which are supposed poor and th* Oklahoma mission
to stay on for only specified and 1 ary founJ u*at 50 P*r<*nt of tin
usudlv -liort periods of time. Hi re tables die before their first birth^
I :un all day long, looking like some- day from malaria or other tropica
thing lust out of a custard pie siiot ; diseases
In a Mack Sennett comedy.” Northrip. who attended Oklahonuf
Mi-- Manning had been giving Bap,ist university and the Univerl
tier all or nt least all he: facial hity ,,f °kla i0,na ‘-erved as super!1
epidermis—to make a scene for her 11 ,Pndent o: a *J1“ hospital at Og-1
current Warner Brot iters picture. bonioshu' N'K<riH
"Make Your Own Bed.” Miss Man- ! Tn u<1d‘t»on bad charge of £
nlng had been occupied in making lep‘*r ,olonv- started there In 1931^
tier own face He sald Uia contrary to the pop :.
Tlx- scene was to display her in a uUr lhat “'Pr<*y incurable®
beauty pack. And what with long, 2,0 cas,‘" had bp<‘n cu,ed at th"
la . dost ups. missed cues and 1 colom s,n‘p IH:il Tijg colony hac^
other odds and ends that invariably 800 l)at|ents when he left last Nov
plague a film set. it took a full1 pmbpr-
dav to shoot. Heathen Customs Endowed
She sui ted the day with a mud- TllP t",sp‘ul hp supervised was i
pack She removed it between shots *arvp modern instilution built Ir
Chemical reactim or something de- 1823 11 was funded about iboo n
manded that Then she put it on
again for another shot.
She took it off for lunch. And
put it on arain to resume work.
Mr Finnegan of oil again off-again
fume had nothing on Miss Mann-
"I thought," she added gradual-
ly emerging from what seemed a
mountain of clay. “I had suffered
for my art when I rode a horse in
cowbov pictures. I thought, too
The New Deal
Henry was right.
Develops One of Own
them kid you.
I "cold propeller straightening flx-
[ lure." a simple, sturdy device which
takes tiie bends out of a damaged
i W T. Shawi er district n.opera-
tor living southeast of Geary, plans
to plant 35 to 40 acres of sweet
clover I His spring.
Shawver has been planting clov-
er for a number of years and has
found that he i els a very definite
increase In milk production wlu'.t*
the rattle are grating on clover
Although Shawver did not have
any figures on increased production
j from crops following clover, he Is
sure he had increased yields.
Farm* rs who made request for
fo'm ponds this week included A.
I Miller. R P Steele and Roscoe
L TV Samuelxon. district roopera-
tor. plans to seed .several acres of
badly eroded land to buffalo glass
this spring. Sumuelson seeded ap-
proximately 35 acres to native graas
in the springs of 1941 and 1942
Fortv-aix acres planted In 1941
on one of Pninuelson's farms lias
been grazed considerably the past
year which lias provided several
more pounds of beef needed for the
a mud-wall structure.
Northrip couldn't say much fo^
Ogbomosho. a city of 90.000 popu
lation. saying that "it is Just r\
big bush town."
' Although there is a greater per-*
cental e of Christians there than III
most parts of the African contl-|
nent." he said, "there are stUl ij
treat man.- Iiethen customs
practices among the natives."
Nigeria has more than 100 dlf-j
I had been buffeted when i spent fprPnt ,ribfs ,llP missionary said
25 dais on the New Mexico desert. antl 811 have different customs Some
pelted by wind and sand, for 'The of them WPar 110 ‘ lo'hing at all I
Desert Song.' while others go heavily draped al1
But believe me. I'll take a horse ,he tl,np M<*1 of thp,n WPar beavj!
or a sandstorm to this clammy hor- tostun,p Jpwelry and other decora ‘
ror I have been experiencing. Now tions-
I know what the Nazis mean when _
they grumble about General Mud
on the Russian front."
• Hospital Notes
New Strain Of
Miss Ideila Smith. 211 North E
Reno avenue, underwent a majo
operation Saturday night in the El
„ „ , 22—(U.PJ— Joe Allen Morris. Oklahoma Citv
,_?Un 9V'j cot,on specialist underwent a major operation Mon
and M college day In the El Reno sanitarium.
at Oklahoma A
experiment station, is high in praise
of Oklahoma Stonevllle 62. a
strain of cotton developed by the
The new cotton promises to pro-
duce several dollars per acre more went a minor operation Monday b
han any other variety In most lhp El Reno sanitarium.
umdrea m > T' , j Gillum, Moeller. Okarche. un-
..l-.nt.-d th.v ",1,° d,ryp" " major operation Monday
in the El Reno sanitarium.
Mis* Elizabeth Walsh. 629 8outl
Mile-- avenue, underwent a nano
operation Monday in the El Rem
Neal Sehroeder. Okarche. under-
planted this year to increase the
seed supply, which may be avail-
able generally to farmers by 1945.
Home-Town Boys Meet
In Nazi Prison Camp
ANADARKO. Feb 22-'U.*>—Two
Anadarko soldiers have met in a
German prison camp, a letter from
one of them revealed recently
Lieutenant Charles M Lawter, Jr.,
wrote Ills parents that he had met
“the boy whose folk* used to op-
Mrs J O Irwin, 417 North Ma-
comb avenue, underwent a majo.
operation today in the El Reno xani
Mr* Joseph Pullen. 706 Soutl
Williams avenue, who entered th*
El Reno sanitarium Feb 18 for t
minor operation, was di-mlssed Mon-
KEEP Z- IN FAMILY
8UN PRAIRIE. Wls.-u.m-Th*
Edison family of Sun Prairie orig
PATTERSON FIELD. Dayton,
Ohk> Feb 22 <UP An air Servloa
Command headquarter:; employee.
propeller better and more quickly ld*r,l*,on with the Central North
Canadian soil conservation district
| than any other marhtne in use pre-
The Elam device consists of a
whose job la to appraise Riven-1h,>avy framp into w,llrh damaged
Feb, 22. 19.14
Prospects for additional CWA funds
the new manpower quota appeared briuht
At the same time th*- CWA administration \
Governor William H. .Murray’ direct relii i
iiijf latest orders from Washinirton
Mrs. S. H. Love, Mrs. Roxie M;
ley, John C. DeLana and .J. A. It
birthday anniversaries Fob. 22. tin
the “Father of Our Country.’’
Dr. T. V. Powell, 107
his office tomorrow at 10l>
Mrs, I)**t McGallister will return
home in Clinton after a visit with her sister,
McCartney, and Mr. McCartney, 1102 South
Lesson in EnaMsh
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED iio
not saw Directly the guests have
arrived. Ihe festivities will begin "
Hm\. “As soon as the guests arrive,
the festivities will begin "
OFTEN MISPRONOUNCED Cru-
cial. Pronounce krno-shal «*o as in
1*>*.I a unstressed, accent first syl-
OFTEN MISSPELLED Abscess
Observe the sr.
i. klti over | SYNONYMS Re-echo, reverbe-
relt' t ■'«*! - lip follow-I “ate, tebound. recoil
WORD STUDY: "Use a word
(tv. Ml’* (’ (' lhr<’p '*mes and It la yours." Let
hart celebrate their'!* ,,ur v^.buUsry by mas-
! " tering one word each day. Today’s
"itil «.( word: PEDAOOOIC; pertaining to
the science or art of teaching "Hls
book was too pedagogic to enter-
tain the masses."
venue, will open
Norlh Bickford avenue, h*>
tions. lias developed one of his own
Which is 111 -1 p 111:- k.« ;. rni |!y-
Robert P Elam, associate alr-
erait supervisor, has Invented a
propellers are fitted snugly.
Hydraulic jacks then apply steady
Private Breurer Abroad
Problem a Day
John's father was born in 1883
and tils mother in 1887. and the
sum ol their ages nt the time of
Ins birth was 5 times his age in
1927 I11 what year was John 25
wars ol nge?
1940. Explanation—Subtract IHx.i
and 1H87 each from 1927; add these
K. R. Barnhart, who recently was recii
from the Hebekah IoiIkc, fintU that it wa-
the return of frijfid weather this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J, Paul IaioM ti
Hunter, of Okarche, were FI Reno yj
Mrs. M. I. Owen, 110 Wos| Hav
tre*'tk left today
Distrlet eooprrators who are in-
terested in planting native grass this
spring and who have suitable soil
for the growth of buffalo grass
pressure against the bent section should contact c. F Bunch at the
until It Is straightened into perfect '-°d conservation service district of-
allgnment again. Elam explained tice al lhl P1'r,,p■, posrible date.
-—— __1 It Is possible at the- present time
to purchase a limited amount of
buffalo gras* seed from commercial
seed companies. Buffalo seed ran
lie planted at the rate of three to
four pounds per sere to provide an
excellent stand In two growing sea-
The survey party ran terrace lines
on the Clara Watson farm southeast
of Oeary this week.
crate a cafe in Anadarko and whose inallv ran» fiom the banks of th*
•^^pencer^Mten^nad^^ dad used to be on the police force Zuwt.-r /•, And the z ha* re
Lawter* parents quleklv realized he malned with them ever since
referred to Sergeant Robert Ship- Grandfather Edison is named. Zed
man, son of Mr and Mrs Knox father Edison is Zed II and mothei
Sh'Pman 'Edison Is Zita
Lawter was captured by the Ger-
mans In the African desert last
for a soil and moisture program to
bo worked out on hls farm
The little Edison.'
are respectively. 14 month-old Zo-
ren. Zoe Atm ;,„d twit.
February and Shipman In Sicily last boys Zane and Zed III 3>* year*
summer. |oW ' 11 y
By LI. Dave Brrgrr
Look and Learn
|;“Beg pardon, Madam, are you reading that newspaper?"
1. How did the word ounce orig-
2. Where did Oeoige Washington
3 WhcrP do the source* of the j
; Yukon River lie?
4 For how many years did John |
L. Sullivan hold the title of henv< 1
8 What is souching?
1. From the Latin unria, meaning
(a twelfth, or a twelfth part of a |
pound or fool.
2 At hi* home nt Mount Vernon
5 In British Columbia •
4. Ten years; 1882 to 1892
5. It is a kind of blark tea of
•rowjugt atay rtfht there, Mia Brewitei, ull 1 toina.haclC>
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