The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 164, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 10, 1944 Page: 2 of 6
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Fl Tteno (Okia.) Daily Tnbune
Church Announcements Yukon Church
..... Croup Convenes
KTMAS MAILING NOW
Christian science church
London and Hoff
Church school at 9:45 n. m.
C|MstlaTi Science servicp at 11
Tastlmoni.ii services at h p. m. j
TTie subject of the lesson-ser-
mon for Sunday. Sept. 10, in all
Churches of Christ, Scientist,
throughout the world will be "Sub- i
The Golden Text will be: "A
Rood name is rather to be chosen
than great riches, and loving
favour rather than silver and gold"
'Proverbs 22:1). Bible reference*
elplalnlng the subject are taken
from Psaltir 104 24.31. “O lord
hbw manifold are thy works I in
wisdom hast thou made them nil:
the earth is full of thy riches.
The glory of the Lord shall en-
dure for ever: the Lord shall re-
joice In his works."
A reference from “6 ience and
Health with Key to the Scriptures”
by Mary Baker Eddy is ns follows:
'^Substance is that which is etcntal
and incapable of discord and decay
Truth, Life, and Ixivc are sub-
stance, as the Scriptures use thir
word in Hebrews. ‘The substance
of thlties hoped for, the evidence
of tilings not seen.' Spirit, the
synonym of Mind, Soul, or Ood.
Is the only real substance. The ,
spiritual universe, including in- I
dividual man. Is a compound idea,
reflecting the divine substance of i
Spirit" (p. 41181
t»age 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 of-
fice by 4 p. m. Friday each week to assure its publica-
tion in Sunday’s issue.
Announcements from churches in surrounding com-
munities also are welcome.
By Baptist Women
mail between September rn m~.n
OCTOBER ... I
Sunday, September l(i
*o Lena Qelssler. Part (
and lot 6, block 73. El R
El Reno Mutual In’
company to Carl C. and
Lawrence. Lot 1, block
rlson's second addition to
Carl C. and Fern 8, I
Marriage ..leases V T ?TZ
_ . „ _ Gray. Lot 1, block 3. M
John E. Rowe. 26, of Lancaster, second addition to El Re
Ohio, and Celeste Robinson. 23. of l Quitclaim Heed
Yukon Charley Nelson to Mfu\
Wynell T. Massey. 20. of Oeary, "Lot 19, block 8. Clark's
18, , to El Reno.
Two Davids Grew Up—One o ^^arrior,
The Other a Man of Tender Affections
Text: I Samuel 16:1-5; 11-18
CKMTRAJ. METHODIST CIIURCH
Barker and Woodson
Paul O. Whittle Pastor
Church school at 9:45 a. m.
Come on Mine, Help us to begin
Jyforhiiig worship at 10:50 a. m.
Sunday Is Loyalty day lor Cen-
tral. You will be given an op-
portunity to make vour pledge to !
our budget for the new vein Ser-
mon theme by the pastor: "Re-
celvfhg and Oivlng." Anthem by
the choir "Tell Me of Jesus." bv
Our youth fellowship will meet I
at 7 p. m. for our first meeting
since summer vacation. All young
persons are urged to attend Mrs.
E C. Cannon will meet with you.
Evening worship at 8 p. m. Ser-
mon by the pastoi: "Whit Mnn-
ner of Man—Jesus; Come and Ear."
This will be the first of a num-
ber of sermons on Jesus. We In-
vite you to hear each one.
Tlie board of rdu ration and the
officers and teachers of the church
school are urged to meet at the
church at 8 p. m. Monday. st»pt. 11.
ft Is Important that wt settle some
matters before the quarterly con-
ference meets on Tuesday. Please
BV WILLIAM E. (ill.ROY, II. D.
|N Saul,Hirst king of Israel, we
have seen how ^ man’s weak-
nesses overcame his strength,
with ensuing personal ruin nnd
national disaster. In David,
Saul's successor, we have this
process reversed, we see how ih
a man of deep faults, who com-
mitted serious acts of wrong,
even of violence and murder,
the elements of strength in char-
acter and action nevertheless
conquered, so that he stands in
history as a strong personality,
a triumphant warrior, and a
great king who consolidated his
kingdom and left a mighty heri-
tage to Solomon, his successor
As in the ease of Saul the
story of David is full of intense
contrasts. On the one side is
the popular picture of the young
shepherd boy, skilled on the
harp, a .sweet singer nnd n
lover of music, reputedly the
author of Psalms, to such an ex-
tent that these have been com-
monly railed "(he Psalms of
David.” On the other linnd is
the picture of n more vigorous
yeung shepherd boy who had
slain holh a lion and n bear in
defending his flock, n courageous
young adventurer, as skillful
with the sling ns with the harp,
fearless of the swaggering nnd
defiant Goliath, nnd finding the
weak spot in the giant’s armor
with his smooth, but deadly,
Both Davids apparently grew
up. the one still a sweet singer
and lover of the harp, ranable
of tender affection in his friend-
ship with Jonathon, magnani-
mous toward the vengeful nnd
violent Raul, with nassions as
deep and as wayward ns his ten-
der affections; the other a soldier
of the camps and battlefields,
the leader of a disaffected com-
pany, with his headquarters in
the Cave of Adullam. whither
came all the discontented of
Perhaps it may be said of
David that he was born for the
times to lay the foundations of
peace and prosperity through
the overthrow of those who were
making peace and prosperity
NW 1-11-6 and SW 1MI
Strip Mining Ado|
To Conserve Laboi
BIRMINGHAM. Ala., Be
relentless in his pursuits, a man peace.
'T'HE gravest sin of David's
life was his seduction of
Uriah's wife, his willingness to
cover up this adultery, and his
complicity in murder in order-
ing Uriah to be put in the bat-
tle where he would be sure to
be killed when David's efforts
to cover up his sin failed Yet
when the prophet Nathan fear-
lessly brought home to David
his grievous sin by means of a
clever story, and had boldly
charged, "Thou art the man,"
David rose to a great height or
Another notable incident re-
veals his greatness. Tired and
hot from the fighting, David had
expressed a vague longing for
a drink of water from the Well
of Bethlehem. Three of his
loyal followers broke through
the ranks of the ^hllistines and
brought him a cruse of water
from the well. He was aghast
at the thought that men should
so have risked their lives. He
could not drink the water, made
holy with the sacrifice and dan-
ger of his men, and he poured
it out as an offering to the Lord.
That is David at his supreme
height. We shall need many
Davids as soldiers turn from
warfare to rebuild the world in
1102 East Rogers Street
E. L. Damron, Pastor
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m
Morning worship at 11 a.
_ _ Evangelist H T. Owens will bring
Rev. Robert Thompson, district the morning message.
P Y. P. A, at 7 p. m.
Evening worship at 8 p.’ m.
superintendent, has called our
fourth quarterly conference for
8 p. m. Tuesday, Sept. 12. At, Mils
time he will expect our reports
from all groups and departments.
Also the official board nnd other
officers end committees will be
elected for the new year. If you
are a member we expect you to
be present if at all possible
109 North Rock Island Avenue
Mrs. H. B. Cobble, Pastor
Sunday school, 10 a. m
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
J. W Hodges. Pastor
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m
General church services at 10:50
a. in. Sermon by the pa-tor. Spe-
cial music by the choir.
Training union at 7 p. m. H. V.
Tilllnghast, director. Several groups one is welcome,
training foi better Christian serv- "Jesus Christ Is
Preaching at 8 p. m. Sermon by
Rev. Kenneth Bolinger. pastor of
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Edwin H. Grant, Minister
Today is promotion day in the
chprch school. Every member is
urged to be present.
Sermon at 10:50 a. m. Subject:
"And Noah Was Drunk." This is
in no sense a cheap, sensational
message. It could be said of some
of us who never drink.
Evening message: "Let's Go Back
the Right Way: It Leads Home."
Fourth quarterly conference at
6:30 p. m. Monday following a
covered dish dinner.
Mid-week services at
Wednesday in the chapel
This is the church where every
It Is here that
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
YUKON. Sept. 9—'The Women's
Missionary union of the Baptist
church met Wednesday afternoon "xi iCH "1,d Joanna Lou Blankenship'
with Mrs. V. G. Welsh as leader of ^ 1 of Bridgeport. Easement
'VeTpiT was "State Missions- £»«AHD VMClGWT.,. '•««* Willie Mitohell, 34. and j Emma J. Kimball to N
39 “■ -r
votionals (SjelL 'mel J WEIGH AiORE TRAM FIVE Jufln V. Adams, 41, of Phoenix, | Prank L. Moore to Cs
"The Cooperative Features of uhr POuNt>^ A,lz and Ada Armstrong 48, of I company. Lots 3 and 4
Rural Missions Programs" was glv ^ Angeles, Calif,
rn by Mrs. W D Hart \v« i LtitGTu um^uJvr aS?ES ** Damage Suits j
Mrs. M A. Brattln gave "The Jk /uotaECarroll Rising Bear, by his fath-
Story in Pictures of Good Will ihan ihikty-*IX tlier. Bret Rising Bear. vs. A.
Center, Norton, Va." INCHES IH LENGTH AND ; Leslie Chamber. Suit for $180 dam-
Mrs. Carl Cone's article was. "All 7~7( — Gt(*TH ComBihED,,,,. ages for personal injuries.
Around the Town. i jKSQ LmA GANPMCKIH& ! Maude Straight, by her uncle,: (UP)—The mast extensive
Mrs. D. B Phillips discussed "Tile PACK AHPMUMp■ va" B,et Rising Bear, vs. A. Leslie mining program in Alnbai
Home Mission Board nnd the State _ STROP® BOX CO urnU4-E A i Chambers. Suit for $182.50 dam- — .
Mission Board Cooperating In City ^ •WOEBOx a**R for PW*>nsl ihjuries. tory has been devised lo <
Missions." - V -- Zr~r « _ _
Current Events were discussed bv r >-* ®mPlktEly WT40BOuGHLM, <>S
Mrs M I Harl =•- *Q County court to Nora Belisle es-
Hev. and Mrs. Harry S Allen re- 1^ »MS60T 'cert ^dlt.o t°,8' vf ®° &1*n*
Alim Kimball of Piedmont is / estate. Lots 1 to 4, block 4, Bon
s|>eiidiiig this week with his uncle POSTAGE j/ \view addition to El Reno; lots 32
nnd aunt, Mr and Mrs. W E. Rus- YOU MUST PAY THE FULL ! and 33' block 4' B°y»^n Heights
sell. POSTAGE OP THE OVERSEAS | addition to El Reno: and SE 13-
Mrs. C. R. Warren returned home CHRISTMAS PAOJcAGF Wou 1 '
Sunday after a week's visit with T+4F J”,'rnil, Entry
| her father. W M Onrdener, at Ant- voiiuaii wHAT NOT TO 9ENP.„ j District court to Hubert Erbsr.
lets. TUU MAIL IT TO THE PORT PO NOT SEND PERISHABLE FOODS Lots 20 21 and 22, block 60 El
Mrs. Vernon Samek of Oklahoma OF EMBARKATION POST INTOXICANTS—W&APONS~.... |Renn.
City spent the week-end with her OFFICE... AMY HIND OF POl^ONS-u&HTtft Warranty Deeds
husband’s parents. Mi and Mrs. Q FLUIDS AND /WATCHES ARS ^ 1 H 11 a,ld Ma,y Wegener to
I,. Samek STRICTLY PROHIBITED.... E D Yeager SE 22-’3‘6
Rex Bernard left Saturday for ~-L. '. George W. and Oladys Edna
Sand Springs where he will con- K / ^TFlABEL MABk vnuO Burton to Eugene V. and Sarah
duct a 10-day evangelistic meeting. J Iy>ls Newsom Lots 11 to 15- bl(K'k
Mrs. George Yeck and infant .son STM A ^P^KAGfi AS CHPJST/VAA5 17. Fair addition to El Reno.
weir removed from an Oklahoma ____ PAfKAGE!!. ' Josrpliinc and Norman Dukes to
Cltv hospital to their lionu Tue*- ....... ' ~ John R. and Novelle Sadbcrry. Lets
day. Corporal Yeck. who was home wichll'i'’ Ktn'' M Sh°T^er' ®f Mrs- Davld ° Lackey, Mrs. Ray- « to 11, block 15, Clark's addition
from Camp Carson, Colo., to visll missel. a x, ^ Z E mond KroutU' Mrs' J A Wheatley. I to El Reno.
ills wife and their new son for n few ' r',', .j " d^Mrs. John Tur-I Mrs. Walter Evans, Mrs. Fannie' El Reno Mutual Investment
days, departed Thursday lor his » w o b , St,opok nnd U'^ Robert Bielenberg. company lo O. W. nnd Mildred
base. IT °. R,!U‘'llfl' Chiekasha, . Word ha-s rcceived ,)ere ^ Mac Ryel. Lots
Mrs. J. O. Coleman will arrive Mlles Ratcl)ff .""f fr"Ty' Lieutenant Ben B. Mclnturff, Yu-
home Monday night from Scotland, Xhrlm!l n„tr,lff Ml. ^fw'f ' kon rouU“ *• brother of Mrs. Wilma'
Mo., where she lias been visiting her poddicord and family nil of pirr^ B' StOUt' Yukon' who was reported
mother, who had beenj very ill. mont 3' f Pi d‘ missing early last year and later in
j£L JrtfiL’SJSS!; i ‘ts, = nssT Jin i - “ASS
a rst si — - - srsra:! 1s’sa- ■-> * “ ■“"•»>!
Mr.. C. L Price, .on M«x. nnd wMnsr. lEJ’jf vTtadmd Mil -‘
acute manpower shortage.
"Strip pit" or surface mil
adopted by engineers becau
relatively small manpower
Production of strip1 mint
was estimated to run as hi*
tons per man daily, comp
the average three tons p
daily in underground mine*
Coal layers near the sun
j first uncovered and prefa
. mining by removal of the
burden" with bulldozers an
; steam shovels.
After the earth has b<
moved, workmen insert d:
I charges and blast the coal
30 to 39. block 4
Fair addition to El Reno.
Julian W. and Lorene Raster
8 p. m.
_ 11 a. Hi „
Mid-week services, prayer meet- V K**nncth B,'Un«el Pastor of
«. at 2 p. m Wednesday Lbe Flrs’ Baptist church at Lone
lng, at 2 p. m. Wednesday.
■Sendees 4f 8 p. m. Thursday.
Services at 8 ^1 Ift-MMuNhir
We have good singing. Rood
Sister Nettye Redding of Tulsa
will start a revival Sunday at the
mission. Everybody invited to at-
tend these sendees.
Grove. Special music arranged.
SACRED HEART CHURCH
father Victor Van Dunne Pastor
tow mass »* a n. m
Lnw mass at. l.y a. m
No evening services
Week-day masses a I 7 a m
FIRST BAPTIST MISSION
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Jim
Hollemnn. superintendent. Classes
for all ages.
Sermon by Rev. Kenneth Bolinger
at 11 a. m.
For the evening service, all are
invited to hear the visiting speak-
er at the First Baptist church
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Baiker and Wade
Everett Poole, Minister
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Emory Cox, superintendent
Morning worship at 10:50 a. jr.
Subject: "Little Children shall
Youth choir rehearsal at 4:15
p. m. Wednesday.
A nursery is maintained each
Sunday morning at the hour of
worship, a competent nurse will
be in charge to look after the
Velma Hart, Pastor
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Edwin
Ninman, superintendent. Evert one
invited and welcome to make your
church home with us if you have
no other church home. We t
glad to see the classes growing
Morning worship at 11 a. m.
at Supply visiting Mrs. Price's par-
ents, Mr and Mrs. H A. Chase, and
brother-in law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Vlopdman. and family.
Mrs. Price’s brother. Jay Dee Price,
returned home with her. Her two j
brothers. Jay O and Jay Dee. will
attend school in Yukon this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilkinson are
visiting the formers brother, Jess
Wilkinson, and family in Tulsa this
Theodore Zoubck, stationed at Hill
Field, Ogden, Utah, is home for a
15-day furlough visiting his wife
Mrs. S. S. Sanger has received
word of the death of a nephew,
Colonel W B Griffith, who was
recently killed in action with the
American forces in Europe.
Mrs. Nellie Gill remains very ill
at tlie home of her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kimball etr-
tertained at a family dinner and
reunion Sunday. It was to honor
Mrs. Kimball’s sisters. Mrs. John
Harrison, of Lamlta. Calif., and Mrs.
C. A. Mendenhall of Verden.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
_______ MUCH OBLIGED
Mrs. Cnrl Shumake. Mrs. A. B. Flor- j CLEVELAND (U.P) — When an ,
ence. Mrs. H. G. Brgess, Mrs. R. F. automobile was forced into a store
Kindi, Mrs, C. F Dickenson. Mrs. j window during an accidents the |
Theodore Zoubeck, Mrs. W. Win- ^ber evening, six men obligingly1
ten. Mrs. H. W Goudy. Mrs. A. S. ! hplpwl the motorist extricate his
Perry. Mrs. John Pribyl Mrs R machine. After telling him to drive
A. Myers. Mrs., Joe Dobrv Mrs L j on anti not worrL ,he ^tet pro-1
W. Gouoy, Mrs. John Maxey. Miss' ceeded t0 loot the store.
Mary Louise Dobry. Miss Veronica j
Ffctenhauer. Mrs. Dale Halbert.
Mrs. Roy Tunnel], Miss Emma El-
lison. Mrs. C. R Prlbvl. Mrs. R. D.
Barrett. Mrs B R. Kimbell Miss
Margarita Harding, Mrs. Ed Pribyl,
I* ' .in ,')■ ’in. i . . onunn o’ 'it I nI
,1,ATKR. B«!b> touch you ui nine fur full rfrlt
•tur for ll.ftft pint. c. o. 4. postage CaA
ordera vent prepuid. Frne 'prompt urtiM
---- you 25 qtiulity giadiolu btHbleU FReCT
Iirings you 25 qttulity glad
AeX bow. Send root name and address to:
MICHIOAN BULB CO., Dept
Mt O—riS Av«.N.W.,Bf«ids tepids ?, Auhiyee
All Sizes Up
To 6 Inches.
% V BELTS
UP TO 40 INCHES
120 South Rock Isla
111 East Wade
ship at 8 p. m.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Williams and London
A. C. Dubbersfeln, Pastor
Bible school. 10 a. m
Divine worship, jo 45 a m
Women'; mission guild 2 p m
CHRIST MEMORIAL EPISCOPAL
Henry T Bakewell, Vicar
14lh Sunday after Trinity
Holy communion. 8 a. m.
Church school. 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon, II
Health and Style Models
To relieve fatigue, tired back
and nervousness. Brassieres
of uplift and non-upiift types.
MRS. JENKS SIMMONS
104K South Hadden
FIVE ON ONE CAKE
Cl FV FI .AND (UR. — Rationing
note: One cake served for
celebration of five birthdays
Cleveland younsters the othei
day The celebrants, three bovs
and two girls, were born a
days apart four years ayo at
Luke's hospital here.
On account of failing health. I will sell al public auction the follow-
ing described property and stock ut my farm. 11 miles west and 2
Miith Of El Reno. < r 1 mile ea-t of Carllle rilling station on highway
<>« and 2 south on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1944.
4 IIORSES-1—2-yr.-0ld hay filly, saddle stock; 1—A-vr.-old mare
colt at -ide; 1—5-yr.-old mare.
2(t CATTLE—4 Jer-ev cows, 7 yrs. old; 1 Jersey cow. 3 yrs. old; 2
Datk Jersey cr.ws. 6 vrs. old; 1 Blur cow. 4 yrs. old, just fresh: 1
Brindle cow. 4 >Ts. old; 1 Whileface cow. 6 yrs. eld; 1 Jersey cow, 6
vrs. old: I Holstein cow, 6-yrs. old; 9 Good Hobtein cows; 1 Holstein
cow, 3 yrs. cld: 2 3-yr.-old heifers, calves at side: 2 3-yr.-old heifer«.
springers; 1 3-.vr.-o!d Angus bull: 1 Good 3-yr.-old Holstein hull. The
above milk cows are all giving milk. This herd is all TB and Bang tested.
I ARM IMPLEMENTS—1 W. C. Allis Chalmers tractor, '37 model,
on good iubb<r; 1 '34 model Chevrolet truck, grain body and stork
rack, good rubber: 1 2-bottem 14-in. International plow: 1 John Deere
binder. 7-ft. cut; 1 Montgomery Ward i4-in. hammermill. 75-ft belt
1 Van Brunt wheat drill. 12-8: 1 3-sectlon harrow : 1 John Deere list-
er; 1 John Deere disc; 1 Oliver riding cultivator; 1 gang plow.
GRAIN AND HAY'—600 bushels of oats, 150 bales of alfalfa hay.
50 WHITE LEGHORN HENS
SALE STARTS AT 11 O'CLOCK. Red Rock Ladles will rerv
lunch. Terms: 6 Mos. on Approved Security.
A. E. Ellison, Owner
L. E. Werner and C. L. Everett. AurU. — 1st Nat’l Bank, El Reno. Clk.
Cor Sale Dates. Phone Kingfisher 47 or El Reno 1261
•a;. ■ _i
DR. D. S. HARRIS
420 Main Street, Yukon
Phone Vuknn 383
Consult This Directory
When You Need
Over C. C. C. Store
_ Office Ph: 78(1 Rex. Pit: 1812
Malcom Phelps, M. D.
203 South Macomb
Office 62 — Phones — Re*. 74
P. F. HEROD, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
Eire* National Rank Bldg.
DR. HARRY A. MEYER i
Over Oklahoma Tire and Supply
• Phone 388
DR. M. NEUMANN
DISEASES OF THE HEART
Phone 417 203 Eaxt Wade
DR. V. P. CAVANAUGH j
Office 88 — Phones — Res. 1510 !
Citizens National Bank Btdf.
DR. T. V. POWELL
Chiropractic Eye Specialist
10714 East Woodson
DR. JOSEPH T. PHELPS
Special Attention To
EYE. EAR. NOSE nnd THRuAT
263 South Macomb Phone 01
|U , ■ _j'n m m jj,.
Another Great Reviva
NOW IN PROGRESS
1102 East Rogers
EVANGELIST AND CAMP MEETING SPEAKER
REV. H. T. OWENS OF TULSA
REV. If. T. OWENS
DON’T MISS THIS WONDERFUL
Rev. E. L. Damron, Pastor
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