The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 138, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 7, 1940 Page: 2 of 6
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
Many Activities Enjoyed
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
GBfARY. Aug. 7—Quests in the
F A Davison home Sunday were
Hr and Mrs Dan Barrett and
daughter, Sybil, Mr. and Mrs Ken-
neth Barrett and daughter, all of
Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sand-
ers, daughters, Betty Lu, Vanda
Jane and.Dava Dean, of Niles, Mr.
and Mrs. Rice Gibson, sons. John
David and Bill. Homer Gibson of
Glasgow. Kan., daughter. Teresa,
KUid Mrs. Janie Bray of Hinton.
Miss Ruth Helm of Oklahoma
Ciiy spent the week-end visiting
mends and relatives in Geary.
Miss Doris 8chtdler, who is em-
ployed in El Reno, spent the week-
end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
C H. Schidler.
Dr Effie Barringer of Natalia,
Tex., spent several days last week
1n the home of her parents. Mr
and Mrs. Earl Barringer.
_ Mrs. Florena VanArsdall has de-
ported for Fowler. Colo., where she
Xxpeets to spend two months.
Mrs. Johnny McManus and Mrs.
I John Hannon departed Sunday for
a 10-day vacation at Colorado
; Springs. Colo.
Mrs. Mae Oarrison and Jack
Dillon attended the theatre In
Watonga (Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. D O Couchman and
• daughter departed Wednesday for
’ Los Angeles, Calif., where they will
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams
nnd I E. Williams have left for a <
vacation trip In various parts of
Norman Young departed Sunday
for a vacation trip to Chicago, 111., j
Summit lake near Milwaukee, Wis.,
and the Great Lakes He plans
to return about Sept. 1.
Miss Margaret Scott of Okla-
homa City is visiting in the home
of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ben
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1940
El Reno Coca-Cola Girls Boast Impressive Softball Record BIRTHDAY PARTY
f ■ ii
M. G. Sanders Celebrates
E! Reno Coca-Cola jfifls’ softball team has posted a
very impressive record this season, winning 12 out of
20 frames for a percentage of .600. The Coca-Cola club
was eliminated from the western district playoffs now
in progress at El Reno, losing to Lawton in a two-out-of
three series, hut the El Reno entry was one of the
classiest to participate in the tournament. In the front
Colleges Told To
Throw Out Texts
• Dan KCmery of Oklahoma City
l spent the week-end visiting frineds
• and relatives in Geary
'Tommy Ausley of Edmond spent
;the week-end with his parents, Mr
. and Mrs. T. J. Ausley.
i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mackey of
; Oklahoma City spent the week-end
[in the home of his parents, Mi-
ami Mrs. Glen Mackey
Kent Tarr or Vort sill visited
friends and relatives in Geary over Mant'and Freml '
Hie Women's Missionary society
- 'of the Richland churcn will meet
BOSTON, Aug. 7—UR> Amerl-' qt 2 p m. Aug. 15 at the home
can colleges and universities should 1 of Mrs. Rov Halbert,
abolish textbooks and substitute the Ml antl Mrs Edward Oramkow
study of 100 of the world's mat-! ""‘'daughter. Norma, enjoyed a
row, left to rijfht, are: Bobby McDaniel, catcher and
captain; Anna Marie Wied, leftfield; and Juanita Hor-
ton, shortstop. Back row, left to right: Anna Lee Pierce,
rightfield; Opal Laxton. centerfield; Rosemary Smith,
secondbase: Florence Clark, pitcher; Opal Oyler, utility;
Eva Mae McDaniel, firstbase; and Maybelle Russell,
Miner, 65 Years in i«—
Pits, Still Working !
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
UNION CITY, Aug, 7—M. G.
Sanders celebrated his 81st birth-
day anniversary Monday evening
with a watermelon party.
His guests were Cecil Brass and
Frank Taylor of El Reno, Dr. and
Mrs. D. P. Richardson, Mrs. Edith
Franklin and daughters, Mr, and
Mrs. Dennis Sweeney, Mrs. Orene
Ricketts and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. John Sanders and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sanders and
family, Mr, and Mrs. Pete Schu-
macher and daughters, Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Morrison and daugh-
ters, Mrs. Mary Sanders and daugh-
Mr, and Mrs. Jack Ross enter-
tained at a well appointed 1
o’clock luncheon Sunday when their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Al Ross
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Con-
rad and family. Mr, and Mrs. John
Sanders and family, Mrs. Lucia
Conrad, Mrs. Mae Dodson and
Sunday dinner guests in the home
of Mi. and Mrs. Dennis Sweeney
were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Morrison
and sons of Minco, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Carel, Mr, and Mrs. Oscar
Bosler and son.
The Ladies Altar society will
meet Thursday afternoon in the
basement of St. Joseph school with
Mrs. Will Lagali as hostess.
Jack Walsh of Oklahoma City
was a Sunday guest of Mr. and
tars. Jim E. Bmith.
Mr. and Mrs. Mort Franklin of
Des Moines. Iowa, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Stephens and
Mrs. Alice Stephens.
Miss Marjorie Ross of Duncan
spent the week-end with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Ross.
About 82 membfefs of the tlnldn
City Epfrobth league enjoyed a
hayrack ride and party at the R.
A. Patxack home Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Biswell are
on a 10-day trip to points of in-
terest in Colorado and to Yellow-
stone national park in Wyoming.
Miss Julia Trammel spent the
week-end with Miss Jean Woods.
Mrs, Meta Grimlinger of Okla-
homa City spent Sunday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. j. oatz.
Mrs. Frank Palmer and son,
Jackie Paul, are visiting this week
at Hinton in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Smith.
W. W. Smith left for Apache
Mr. and Mrs. George Cantrell of
Cogar were Union City visitors
British Bakers Work
'through Air Attacks
MANCHESTER, Eug., Aug 7—(U.R)
—Manchester bakers have decided to
carry on their work during air
raids, pending negotiations with
the ministry cf labor.
Double pay will be given for
work done during a raid, and the
ministry is being asked to se that
compensation is paid for injuries
sustained during a raid.
And Maybe You, Too, Will Feel Like
“Happy Days Are Here Again”
Do you suffer from constipation? Do you
suffer from fatty indigestion below the Lelt
or sick headache or biliousness due to consti-
pation? Do you feel ornery from being con-
stipated? If so, you may need to buck up the
flow of vour natural laxative fluid with
Cfrter a^Little Liver Pills. Try them accord-
- I (Id 12—' *«•-**. Y *««#• »nv ptnui vt
a‘ld“rs Kay 507 I
~OUtn Hoff avenue, are spending ; d“* to constipation may go away. Then many
r,Mra w l BSWstfi?***
SHELL CREEK |
OLYPHANT, Pa., Aug 7—(U.R)—
Hugh J. Lynch thinks he Is the
oldest nctlve miner in point of ser-
vice in the United States. The 75-
year-old anthracite worker has
been employed at mines for the I
past 65 years.
Mrs Frank Zajic of Yukon un- j
derwent a major operation at an |
Oklahoma City hospital Monday, j
Mrs. Zajic is a sister of Louis'
and Frank Hanska and Miss I/ruis j
Taborck, all of this community.
Richard Hanska suffered an \
Lynch was born in Ayrshire, «ttack of appendicitis and wasi
Scotland, and oegan working in a taken to an El Reno hospital!
imlne at the age of 10 He mined Tuesday.
coal there until 1888 when he mi- Stanley Burris had the mis- j
1 grated to America. fortune to break his left arm j
He has dug coal in Iowa, Ultn- Friday afternoon,
s ndi I0*8, Alabama and Indiana, and Many persons of this community |
...,AK : worked at a salt mine at Kanapo- attended the funeral of Dr. R E l
i L. J. McDaniels of Southard
: spent the week-end wltti his fam-
ily in Qeary
Billy Kouns of Hugo spent, the
•week-e.nd with friends in Geary.
: Johnny Mahoney of Buffalo was
'a week-end guest in the home of
■ Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kirkulf and
; Bill Seitters, who has been at-
s tending Southwestern college in
• Weatherford, has returned to bis
family picnic In Lincoln park at
est books, according to Dr. Mortl- Oklahoma City Sunday.
mer J. Adler, author of "How To I Mr, and Mrs. Bob Huckabee of
Read a Book ” | El Reno were Sunday dinner guests
As a model for such a move he of Mr, and Mrs Roy Wooldridge,
suggested St John’s at Annapolis Mr and Mrs. Roy Halbert re-I
where "all the great teachers arc | turned Friday from a few days’ j
dead. There are very few lectures j trip to eastern Oklahoma,
there. The living taclicrs lead the | Miss Ruth Scheln is
discussions on the great thinkers a few days in Oklahoma Cltv with •., „ „ ,
like Homer. Plato. Galen, Hegel, Mr. and Mr Duane l^force nnd ! ' Kan’ He ls n0W employed as * Sele,nent ln Yukon Thursday. Dr.
1 daughter Anna Jane js,onp mason at the Ornss Island Selement was born and reared in
I shaft of the Hudson Coal company, lire Shell Creek district.
Adler says that learning requires Miss Thelma Bales went to Llnd-
rendlng nnd that one must rend say Sunday for a visit with rela-
the great works to be able to read, fives.
He said that he doubted If nrre | Mr. and Mrs. Arlln Preston of
titan a few students or even teach- Oklahoma City were Sunday dinner N< W ^lxlco, fishermen may take
ers—really know how to rend a uresis of Mrs. Gertie Preston. Carp from ' lp ®lates lak,‘s wi,h
book. Mr and Mis, Alva Griffin and ; ***“” °r glgs' bl" 11 ls llle*al t0
He added that the smaller schools vons were Sunday flintier guests of
Mr and Mrs. Boyd Goodnow of
ANGLING ARCHERS ItAltREI) Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. An-
ALBUQUERQUE, N M <u.h- tone Kouba nnd family were Sun-
• hotnp in Oeary
• Bob Hope of
Binger and Bill
'.Smith of Lookebn were Genrv visi-
jtors Saturday evening
• Mr and Mrs Olenn Harvey of
;Claremore visited Sunday in the | department reports
•home of her parents. Mr and Mrs. i
, Homer Johnson and family
! Bill Franklin of the Watonga |
:CCC camp spent Saturday in the:
jhome, of his parents. Rev and
■Mrs. ■#! s. Franklin.
I Jim Ryther, Raymond Coble carl
must lead in any change became 1 Mr and Mr: W Z. Thomason.
"the larger ones are so top-heavy Merle Griffin and son, David, i
with watertight compartments of Junior Griffin and Robert Wein- j
so-called fields of lenrnitn ." kauf attended the rodeo at Hinton
BOSTON (U.R' — Massaclnt.se:i,
hens have produced more than
254.000,000 eggs during the first
half of 1940, the state agriculture
! use a bov and arrow. Deputy
| Game Warden Homer Pickens said
the practice of shooting tlsh
"Indlnn style” violated state law
day dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs Henry York of Banner.
Veterans Foreign Wars
(Through This Week)
RIDES • SHOWS •
Free Admission To
CALL DOKE TAXI 150
For rides to Fairgrounds
1 to five persons 2Re
TICKET FOR RIDES
Clip This Coupon
This Coupon and 10c gets you I
* .7 ride Tickets. Good on Merry- |
I Go-Round, Ferris Wheel and
I Chniroplane. Save 20 Cents. 1
ARE YOU READY
TO PAY YOUR
When yon said to your merchant “charge it”
you agreed to pay by the 10th, unless some special
arrangement was made then.
Your merchants, in order to continue in busi-
ness, must purchase wisely and pfty their hills
promptly. In order for them to pay their hills
promptly they must collect the accounts due them
Protect the men who extended you credit anti
enable them to extend you credit again, by paying
promptly, exactly as agreed at the time of pur-
RETAIL MERCHANTS’ASS N.
SAME HOME FOR 82 YEARS
ROCHESTER N H (UP) - In
the 200-year-old house where lie
was born, fteurge W Duffer has
celebrated his 82nd birthday.
Dr. Paul VI. Dawson
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICI \N
Chronic Nervous Diseases anil
Over Crown Drug Phone 4%
(White. Eva Rlcherts Thelma Rieh-
«TU and Sirl LaMons attended the
(tpeatre In Watonga Sunday ove-
• ipng —
t t —
j Florida Beach Sands
May Yield Minerals
GREAT IN ANY TANK
| TAMPA. Fla.. Aug 7 UP' A
j prosaic future may be In store for
;th# xhoren of Florida The bathing
beauUes may give way to mine
and smelting plants The
ln« sands may be broken to
pieces and washed out to sen
^^_MKJor a few minerals
rProfessor W B Phelpo ts the
Ulan tb blame for the ixisstble
change In the state of things For
more than a year he has been
studying the sands of the sunshine
rtate, and has discovered Hint they
qjkltaln appreciable quantities of
Wur valuable minerals — zircon,
dtoenlte, futile and monazlte -all
rare and all useful In our present- i
calf Meets Waterloo
' BERWICK. Pa. (U.P> An inquis- !
ltlve calf paid for its curosttv !
with hia life here when it nosed
Ihto a beehive. Before his owners
MT. and Mrs Bud Turner, could
finally rescue the animal, the hers
hives strong stung it so
it It was necessary to kill
PM Beat Woodson,
hr Management Ilf
: ^rlee* Paid for Crenm
lit — RENTALS - REPAIRS
Mb# and Reconditioned
I wouldn’t be amnrt if I’d lone aight of
one swell way to make* you my ateady cus-
tomer. I couldn't keep you coming here
by nothing but the polish on my manners.
That, isn't much to you unless at the
same lime you notion nil your swell mile-
age from iny Conoco Hronx-z-x gasoline.
You still want mileage, no matter how
much like a good hotel I keep both the
rest rooms, nnd no matter how bright 1
ulwnys shine your windshield and win-
dows. And I fill your ra-
dial or nnd tires exactly
enough, but the tiling
you get with all the swell service at my
place is good high Conoco Hronz-/.-/.
mileage. Please don't think I’m just,
talking, beenuse I sure want to give you
one of the Conoco Mile-Din Is free —a
certified instrument, installed in half a
minute, to make your Conoco Bmnz-/.-z.
gnsoline prove ita own true mileage. Con-
sumers these days are wanting real dope
on what they buy, nnd here is gnsoline
that gives it to you. As long ns I can
keep any supply, you can get your
Conoco Bronx-*-* Mile-Dial here free.
Drive in today.
The last clothes
This is (he season when summer’s last bargains arc “left bloom-
ing alone." ... Clearance sales of bathing wear and beach robes,
white bags and white suits, straw hats and straw sandals.
Huy them now at big reductions, and tuck them away for
the winter! They’ll be brand-new next summer .. and you'll have
more fun with the money you don’t have to spend then!
Watch for “the last clothes of summer" in the advertising
pages of this paper ... Sale news in pictures and paragraphs ...
The I jest stocks of the best stores in town.
Shopping here first will tell you what and where and how
much — will save you hours of hiking and hunting. And both
your wallet and your wardrobe will benefit!
LONG JUMPS BETWEEN PUMPS
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 138, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 7, 1940, newspaper, August 7, 1940; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc922781/m1/2/: accessed January 28, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.