The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 297, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 11, 1941 Page: 3 of 6
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1941
EL RENO (OKLAJ DAILY TRIBUNE
Culture Club Has
Mrs. Prank Taylor entertained
members of the Woman’s Culture
club In her home, 714 South Bick-
ford avenue, Friday with Mrs.
Jesse W. Haydon as co-hostess.
Mrs. Haydon conducted the les-
son on “Origin and Customs of
Valentine." Roll call was answered
with love lyrics.
A short business meeting was
conducted by the president, Mrs.
Anna B. Korn.
The dining room was decorated
beautifully. Mrs. C. F. McDonald
presided at the punch bowl. Mrs.
J.H. Crain served individual, clever,
ly decorated cakes from a huge
Centerpiece of the table was a
mammoth nosegay of varl-colored
candies in forms of flowers. On
cither side of the centerpiece were
lighted pink tapers In crystal
Each guest received a valentine
from her Pollyanna friend.
Mrs. Ora May Merveldt enter-
tained with a medley of harp
selections entitled “Love Rhymes."
In a contest for writing valen-
tine verses Mrs. Haydon received
first prize and Mrs. H. P. Ricketts
won second prize.
Mrs. H. C. Coates and Mrs.
R. S. Fales sang a duet. “Love's
Old Sweet Song." They were ac-
companied by Mrs. John Spencer.
Quests were Mrs. J. J. Sullivan
and Mrs. Spencer.
Members present were Mrs. Otis
Anderson, Mrs. Julia Bingham,
Mrs. Coates, Mrs. L. C. Collier,
Mrs. M. B. Cope, Mrs. Crain. Mrs.
Fales. Mrs. Joe Eades. Miss Ida
Ferguson. Mrs. Lula Forrest, Mrs.
Harry Oarrett, Mrs. Alfred W.
Haun, Mrs. A. L. Hoffman, Mrs.
Korn. Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Carl
Merveldt, Mrs. R. J. Price, Mrs.
Ricketts, Mrs. S. T. Roberson,
Mrs. Ouy Selfridge and Mrs. W. A.
Mrs. Tom Farris, 504 East Wade
street, will entertain at the next
meeting, Feb. 21, at which time
the lesson topic will be "Churches
of Renown." Roll call will be
answered with "Famous Preachers."
* * *
MRS. BIN’A FALER IS
NEW MEMBER OF W. R. C.
Mrs. Joe Kelly, president of the
Women's Relief corps, presided
over the session when members
met Friday in the I. O. O. F.
During the business session Mrs.
Bina Faler was initiated as a new
A social hour was featured with
Mrs. Kelly serving refreshments.
Others present were Mrs. L. E.
Day, Mrs. Kathryn Peterson, Mrs.
P. C. Canon, Mrs. A. L. Cady.
Mrs. I. S. Dungan, Mrs. O. E. Nob-
let. Mrs Cynthia Worthington,
Mrs. E. V. Andrews and Mrs. H.
A patriotic program will be pre-
sented at the next meeting, Feb.
21. In the home of Mrs. Henry
Hernon, 1319 South Dllly avenue.
* * *
CARD GAMES ENJOYED
BY AUXILIARY MEMBERS
Mrs V. D. Cranmer. Mrs. Earl
DeLong and Mrs Charles Car-
michael were hostesses at the so-
cial meeting of members of the
Eagles auxiliary when they met
Monday evening in the Eagles hall.
Oamcs of bridge, pitch and bun-
co were enjoyed with bridge prizes
going to Mrs. Ernest Haynes and
Mrs. C. L. Duff.
Mrs. Ernest Hodgktnson and
Mrs. Harry Hummel won pitch
favors, while awards in bunco
games were presented to Mrs. De-
Long and Mrs. Lou Preston.
Others present were Mrs. Jess
Williams, Mrs. Lester Morgan. Mrs.
Jack Smith. Mrs. George McRae.
Mrs. W. C. Whitacre, Mrs. H. L.
McCullough. Mrs. O. C. Leach,
Mrs. Olen Richardson. Mrs. Rob-
ert Burns. Mrs. W. R. Mowre. Mrs.
Karl French, Mrs. Dan Selmens,
Mrs. Florence Heltaman. Mrs. Floyd
Sheets. Mrs. Melvin Patrick. Mrs.
John Duff, Mrs. H. O Bomhoff,
Mrs L. I. Fisc us, Mrs. Laura Pow-
ell. Mrs. W. W. Wilson. Mrs.
Oeorfe Svanas and Mrs. John
The next regular meeting will
be conducted Feb. 17 in the hall.
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MRS. KARL PRITNER 18
GUEST OF MU GAMMA CHI
Members of Mu Oamma Chi
met Friday In the home of Mrs.
John Lorenaen. ar„ M3 South Had-
den avenue, with Mrs. John Lor-
cn»n. Jr., Mias Bernice Loranaan
and Mrs. William Lorenaen as
Mrs. Earl Prttner of Oklahoma
City was an additional guest.
In games of brkiga Mrs. John
Lorenaen, Jr., received the high
score favor. Mias Ruth Bunnell
held second high score and Mrs.
Prttner was presented the travel-
Others present Included Mrs
Paul Dresser, Mrs. Ueorgw Welch.
Mrs Erie O'Nan, Mrs. Don Dresser.
Mrs. Walter Evans and Mrs. Laar-
Mrs. O’Nan. 316 V* North Rock
Island avenue, wilt entertain the
club Feb 31.
American Legion auxiliary. Reg-
ular meeting in Legion hall, at
which time membership contest
Damrosch Music club. Hostess,
Mrs. T. M. Aderhold, 415 South
Cro Tat Em club. Hostess, Mi’s.
C. H. Smith, 1120 South Hotf
Ladies Society to Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen and En-
glnemen. Regular meeting in
Reno Valley home demonstra-
tion club. Hostess, Mrs. L. A.
Chambers, north of El Reno.
Home and Child Study club.
Sweetheart dinner at Southern
D. Y. W. Y. K. club. Hostess,
Mrs. Orace Smith, 415 North Choc-
Jolly Stitchers club. Hostess. Mrs.
G. W. Johnson, 219 North Hoff
Mrs. Murphy Is
Feted At Shower
Mrs. Kelly Murphy, recent El
Reno bride, was honored at a
miscellaneous shower Friday after-
noon in the home of Mrs. H. V.
Yowell, 618 South Bickford ave-
A red and white color scheme
suggested the valentine motif, Olfts
were placed under a parasol In
the center of the dining table.
The afternoon was spent inform-
Guests were Mrs. Floyd Williams
of Joplin, Mo., Mrs. Charles Page
of Oklahoma City, Mrs. James
Mullen of Fort Reno, Mrs. Kenneth
Ryel. Mrs. B. B. Ray, Mrs. Fred
Koebrlck, Mrs. Dorothy Voss, Mrs.
William Chilton, Mrs. J. M. Oz-
mun, Mrs. Everett Murphy, Mrs.
J. W. Ozmun and Mrs. E. Hambur-
Mrs. Murphy Is the former Miss
Doris Ozmun, daughter of Mrs. E.
Hamburger and J. C. Ozmun, both
of El Reno. Mr. Murphy is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mur-
phy, of El Reno.
* * *
Health Is Topic
For Study Club
• SERIAL STORY
BY BETTY WALLACE
Sunset Bridge club. Hostess, Mrs. ^*rs- Harvey K. Dever and Mrs.
W. J. White, 320 South Evans ave- ®mer SchWftb were * char*e
nue | the program when members of the
J.' C. L. club. Hostess, Mrs. j ?h.Ud1C”,t cl?b„met
Josephine Marshall, 308 Sunset
day in the home of Mrs. C. R.
Horton, 1210 South Hadden ave-
Women’s Missionary union of the j Due'
First Baptist church. Royal Serv-
ice program In the church with
circle 3 conducting the program
and circle 5 serving as hostess.
El Reno Camera club. Hostess,
Mrs. W. C. Clark, 901 West Wood- j
son street, at 8 p. m.
Security Benefit association, Reg-
ular meeting in the Eagles hall at
8 p. m.
Mission guild of Trinity English
Lutheran church. Hostesses at the
church. Mrs. John Wehner and
Mrs. Herbert Wteman.
Royal Neighbors of America.
Meeting In the I. O. O. F. hall.
Social Order of Beauceant, Meet-
ing in the Masonic temple.
Omega chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi. Dinner at the Southern hotel.
Bid or Double Bridge club. Hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge J. Shlrey,
785 South Miles avenue.
Ladies Altar society of Sacred
Heart Catholic church.
Division 1. Hostess. Mrs. E. O.
Hamilton. 201 North Macomb ave-
nue. Assistant hostess. Mrs. A. H.
Division 2. Hostess. Mrs. S. N.
Vilm. 1112 South Macomb avenue.
Assistant hostess, Mrs. M. A. Jef-
Division 3. Hostess. Mrs. John
Welter, west of El Reno.
Division 4. Hostess. Mrs. M. L.
Sendelbach. 308 Sunset drive. As-
sistant hostesses. Mrs. Paul Scott
and Mrs. Emmett Harris.
F. and N. club. Hostess. Mrs.
Roy Brisman. northwest of El Reno.
Co-hostess, Mrs. Emerson Meade.
Fldells Sunday school class of
First Presbyterian church. Meeting
at 2 p m. Hostesses. Mrs. Dona
Hoffman and Mrs. Robert Defen-
Help One Another club. Hostess.
Mrs. J. H Huchtemann, southwest
of El Reno.
Women's Society of Christian
8ervice of the First Methodist
church. Executive meeting In the
home of Mrs. P B. Connors, 800
South Bickford avenue
American Legion auxiliary. Joint
meeting with Legion members in
post hall. Covered dish dinner
at 6:45 p. m.
Ladles Auxiliary to Order of
Railway Conductors. Regular meet-
uig in Eagles hall.
Friday Bridge club. Hostess,
Mrs. Charles O. Canon, 1119 South
Ladies of Orand Army of the
Republic. Regular session in Amer-
ican Legion hall.
T. L. P. club. Hostess, Mrs. Viola
Little 120 North Admire avenue.
Two Hour Bridge club. Hostess,
Mrs. Ernest Pearl, 221 North Hoff
Early American Olass club. Host-
ess. Miss Lida Dashlell, 518 South
Mrs. Dever spoke on “Health."
Bob Fowler entertained with two
Ouests were Mrs. Lloyd Ander-
son and Mrs. Otis Arndt.
A clever valentine motif was
used in all appointments, includ-
ing the delicious lunch which was
served at the close of the session.
A kitchen shower was given for
Mrs. Horton, who recently moved
into her new home.
Members present were Mrs. Ray
Dillingham. Mrs. Lee J. Stoneman.
Mrs. W. W. Mathews, Mrs. B. E.
Carder. Mrs. Allison Clark, Mrs.
Walter Fuller, Mrs. Clarence Iltff,
YESTERDAY: Martha decides
to spend week-ends In camp,
gives ap the apartment te save
raeney. She meets Suzanne
Decker and the girl threatens
te tell BUI ef the Country Club
dnnee. Martha realises that Bill
might believe even the most
malicious gossip. She determines
to tell Paul to stop Suzanne.
A telegram summons her te her
sister’s. Helen is UL Martha
must came at once.
* * *
AUNT MARTHA TAKES OVER
rpHE hour and a half on the
*• train, after hurried packing
and a quick dash downtown In the
cab, was Uke a nightmare to
Martha Marshall. The rumbling
wheels seemed to be saying, over
and over, the words Eugene had
used in his wire. “Helen critically
111. Helen critically 111. Helen crit-
TTie sick shock, the sudden all-
consuming fear for her sister,
drove everything else out of Mar-
tha’s mind. Helen had never been
strong, but she stood up to life
and battled so valiantly! There
was Eugene, and his little garage
that seldom made money. There
were the three small children, the
oldest only 7. Helen did her own
housework, her own washing, her
own ironing. And now, she was
in the hospital.
All those letters Helen had writ-
ten later—those letters asking her
to come and stay with them while
Bill was in the Army—had they
been Helen’s indirect, hesitant way
of telling her that she needed
help? Help for which Eugene was
unable to pay?
* * *
A MOUNTING panic shook her
•x* as the train neared Bayvllle.
She was standing on the platform,
suitcase beside her. her hat on,
her gloves on, clasping her hand-
bag very tightly, when at long
last the train rolled in.
Eugene was waiting for her. He
was a short, stocky man, whose
NIA MHVICC. INC.
corridor. "How is my sister?" site
asked him bluntly. "She seemed
so strange last night-for a little
The doctor had kind, shrewd
eyes, and a reassuring smile. “She
wasn’t doing very well yesterday.
But she’s better now. I think your
coming lias helped her.”
"Is—is she out of danger?”
He made a tent of his fingers
and said carefully, "It’s hard to
Judge. But if she has nothing
extraneous to worry about—if she
can be made to tliink of nothing
but getting well—’’
So she telephoned Air Transport
from the coinbox in the hospital
lobby. Paul wasn’t In his office.
She talked to the chief engineer.
"Mv sister's very ill in the hos-
pital. Very ill. I must stay here.
There are three children, and she's
Mrs. Maurice Thompson
Is Hostess At Calumet
Mrs. Wilfred Ward, Mrs. T. W.,
Rader, Mrs. Schwab, Mrs. Ferd j usually ruddy face looked pasty
Merveldt, Mrs. C. A. Fowler, Mrs,
R. A. Eastwood, Mrs. C. A. Thomas,
Mrs. Virgil M. Shaw, Mrs. Dever,
Mrs. S. N. Vilm. Mrs. Roderick
Rice, Mrs. J. E. Simmons and
Mrs. B. M McGlnley.
Mrs. O. E. Etheridge. 305 South
Admire avenue, will entertain In
TRAVEL BY THUMB
LOSES ITS LUSTER
NORMAN. Feb. 11—<U.R)— An 80-
year-old woman hitch-hiker was
returned to her home at Britton
after deciding that she wasn’t as
fond of traveling as she thought.
Officers saw the woman stand-
ing on the highway near here
recently and questioned her. She
told them she "Just liked to travel."
This week officers found her in
the downtown district. She said
she was tired and wanted to go
home. They arranged for her to
Town Junks Fire Alarm
With Nuance Of Bovine
how long I'll be gone. Until she’s
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
CALUMET, Feb. 11 — Members
of the council of the Christian
church met Thursday afternoon in
the home of Mrs. Maurice Thomp-
Following the business meeting,
the afternoon was spent quilting.
Those attending were Mrs. H. O.
Moon, a new member. Mrs. Louie
Andersen. Mrs. Chris Andersen.
Mrs. Irvin Penwrtght, Mrs. May-
wood Ridgway. Mrs. Walter Brown.
Mrs. Elmer Gambel, Mrs. Olen
Henrichsen and Mrs. R. E. Roach.
Rev. O. E. Newby of Oklahoma
City and Rev. R. E. Roach were
callers in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Penwright,
I don’t know'Mr- aild Mrs. Lee F'enwrlght,
daughter, Leota. Ronald Laughlin,
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nitzel and
He was very kind, then. "All daughter, Joan, were Saturday eve-
B AT AVI A, N. Y.. Feb. H—tU.R)—
—The familiar cow-Uke tone of the
municipal fire alarm no longer will
fall upon the ears of Batavia
The city fathers decided to rel-
egate the horn to the scrap heap
after being advised a 8250 over-
hauling would be necessary to put
It In good -working order.
A Batavia fire chief was dis-
missed from office over a decade
ago for silencing the alarm with-
out proper authority. In hls opin-
ion the alarm only caused curious
motorists to chase fire apparatusi
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED:
Say. "He was able to elade (es-
cape the officers.” Say. "He
alluded i to refer Indirectly) to the
persons involved in the affair."
Jolly Eight Bridge club. Hoet- j Ridiculous. Pronounce ri-dlk-u-lus,
ess. Mrs. James Oorman. 506 North
Rock Island avenue.
Q. When one Is personally ac-
quainted with the bridegroom, but
does not know the bride, to whom
should the wedding gift be sent?
A. All gifts are sent to the bride,
never to the bridegroom.
Q. Does the hoe teas introduce ell
her guests at a dance?
A. No; she Introduces each guest
to whoever U receiving with her,
but ehe does not attempt any
INJURED YOUTH HEROIC
SYLVIA, Kan., —(U.#- Waller
tylclu was working alone at a com-
picker when hi* right arm was
drawn Into the machine. He took
off a shoe and ran It through the
machine pulling the teeth apart so
he could free his arm. Then he
walked a quarter of a mile to the
home of a neighbor. Amputation
both I's as In It mol ryw), and
four syllables inot ri-dlk-lus).
OFTEN MISSPELLED: Consum-
able; one m. Consummate; two
SYNONYMS Liberate, free, re-
WORD STUDY: "Use a word
three times and It Is yours." Lst
us Incrtase our vocabulary by
mastering one word each day. To-
day's word: ANACHRONISM; an
error In chronology by which
events are mtspiaeM to regard to
each other, especially the ante
dating of an event, custom, or the
like. (Pronounce a-nak-ro-nlz'm,
first a as In ask unstressed, second
a as In al, e as In ekay, accent
CARS WEIGHTED DOWN
LOWELL. Maas, —(U.H)—Police
Superintendent Michael II. Winn
specified that five new patrol cars
he ordered be equipped with extra-
heavy seat springs when he found
the five offloers assigned to the
autos weighed 213, 310, 206, 200 and
201—a total of more than a half
and green. There were deep rings
under hls eyes. He was worn,
haggard, as if he hadn't slept for
“How's Helen?” Martha shot at
him immediately. “What was
wrong with her? How long has
she been in the hospital?”
"She's had a hard time." Eu-
gene evaded. "They operated this
morning and I—I kept hoping I
wouldn’t have to wire you ...”
Her fingers were tight on hls
arm. "Do you mean Helen’s—
Helen's—" Her voice seemed to
give out. She couldn't utter the
horribly word which was staring
Into her. No. No. It couldn’t be
that bad. It couldn't be.
"She isn't rallying,” said Eugene
dully. They’re doing everything,
but she won't rally?"
“What was It?”
He couldn't look at her. He mut-
tered. "Complicated. She didn't
tell me right away—’’
Martha bit her. Up. She didn’t
ask him anything else as they
drove to the hospital. She could
guess, now. Helen who was so
small and slender—Helen who had
borne three children so quickly,
one after another . . .
It was after visiting hours at
the hospital, of course. The quiet
lobby was dark, with a pool of
light over the switchboard. A
nurse sitting there looked up
She recognized Eugene, for she
said at once. "Oo right up, Mr.
A nurse at the chart desk rose
and walked toward them. Her
rubber heels were almost sound-
less on the tile floor. "She’s not
sleeping. Mr. Nugent. You may
go right In.”
Martha braced herself as the
nurse opened the door of a room
Just beyond the bay-windowed
waiting room. She tried to pin a
smile to her lips, in case Helen
should be lying there, watching
the doorway, waiting for them.
But Helen wasn't caring who
came or went, she realized In the
next shocked second. Helen lay
white and bloodless on the bed.
with parched Ups, with tumbled
hair to which the odor of ether
atlU clung. Her fever-bright eyes
were fixed on the celUng.
"Oh. Helen! Helen!" The cry
was tom from her.
Helen's head moved on the pil-
low. She looked at her sister, but
her expression scarcely changed.
Martha ran to the bed and bent
over It. “Helen, darling! You're
going to be aU right, aren't you.
sweet? You're going to get well,
The too-bright eyes didn’t seem
to understand, at first. Martha
took her sister's thin fingers In
hers and squeezed them. "Helen
it's Martha. Don't you recognise
And then Helen smiled, and
suddenly she seemed to hive come
back from the far land to which
she had Journeyed so strangely,
with her eyes wide open
* • •
XT EXT morning, Martha waited
I’I for the doctor in the hospital
right, Mrs. Marshall. Don’t worry
about anything. Ill get a girl from
Sales to help with your work until
Swiftly she planned her days.
Morning visits to Helen, bringing
the children. She’d bring them
neat and clean! Then home, lunch,
tidying up the house, putting the
children to bed for their naps.
At 4. she'd slip back to the hos-
pital, alone. By 6:30. when Eu-
gene came home, dinner would be
fixed, the children rested. In the
evening, Eugene could see Helen
while Martha stayed with the
It was a good plan. But It didn't
* * *
/"TENIE, who was 5, and Sister,
^ wno was 7. could dress them-
selves all right. But the eflect
was weird. And Mprtha had to
be dressing the baby, getting
breakfast, feeding the baby, and
somehow straighten herself out
before they could go. By then
the baby had to be changed. Oenle
had gotten hls blouse dirty, the
baby was crying, and It was 10:30
and they were nowhere near the
hospital. In despair, she com-
mandeered a taxi.
Genie and Sister had to be de-
sisted. violently, from climbing up
on Helen's bed. “Oh, darlings!"
Helen whispered. "Sweeties ...”
The children, suddenly very grave,
stood one at each side of the bed
and Sister began to sob. "Mama,
you’re so white! Mama, you're not
going to die, are you?”
"Of course not, Sis!” Martha
cried harshly. "Of course not!"
Helen wanted the baby lifted
so she could kiss him. There were
tears of Joy In her eyes as she
thanked Martha. “It's so good of
“Nonsense!" Martha cleared her
throat. "How are you feeling this
The pinched white lines of pain
around Helen's Ups belled her i
They didn’t stay long. When
they reached the bungalow, the
baby was a damp mess. Martha's
dress was ruined. Sister had blun-
dered Into a mud puddle, and
Oenle had found three stones
which he Insisted on bringing Into
the house with him.
“I don't think well go to the
hospital every day,” Martha told
th children. “I think we'll have
the lady next door In here, morn-
ings. to mind you while I go."
* # *
Y Friday, with Helen definitely
getting better. If slowly. Mar-
tha was almost In command or
herself and the children. The
baby had learned that "No!”
meant he mustn't pull the table-
cloth. dragging all the dishes to
destruction with It. Oenle had
learned that a big boy of 5 years
old could wash hls own face and
hands, must not Jump on the
sofa, must drink all hls milk, and
must never, never let the water
run In the bathroom until It
overflowed the bowl and made
an ocean on the floor. And Sister
had learned that a 7-year-old
young lady took her own baths
and wheeled her little brother
up and down the sidewalk—with-
out a single splU—for an hour
every afternoon. She also dried
dishes with hardly any accidents.
Martha was cutting up a chick-
en, Friday afternoon, and hoping
fervently that the no-spUl record
nlng callers In the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Neal Golden of El Reno
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Penn of Cor-
dell. Mr. and Mrs. John Penn and
sons of Walters spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. S A. Penn.
Dee King visited In Lindsay
Saturday with his father J. H.
S. A. Penn, who has been seri-
ously 111, is somewhat Improved.
Rev. O. E. Newby, evangelist of
Oklahoma City, visited last week
In the home of Rev. and Mrs. R.
Mr. and Mrs. B A. Bright and
son. Melvie, were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ma-
han and children of Eakley
Steve Hudson spent several days
last week visiting his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Mead, of Buffalo.
Mrs. Joe McMann was surprised
delightfully Sunday with a birth-
day party In her honor.
At noon a delicious covered dish
dinner was enjoyed. Mrs. McMann
received many lovely gifts In re-
membrance of the occasion
Those attending the dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris,
granddaughter, Kay Morris, and
Sherman Frazee of Geary, Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Clason of Black-
well, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clason,
TOOL ENGINEERS fill
MEET IN: MARCH
DETROIT, Feb Up-<U.R>— ; The
men whose responsibility it is- to
convert blueprints of tanks, .air-
planes and guns Into actual manu- 4
facturing operations assemble In
Detroit the week of March 25 for
the 1941 Machine and Tool Prog-
The exhibition, educational in ;
' character, will be confined to lat-
est developments In equipment,
processes, tools and materials
available for speeding up national
defense production. It is expected
to simplify the job of the nation's
tool engineers in tooling up for
"We are endeavoring to make
! this show 100 percent useful from
| a national defense tooling stand-
' point," said Frank Shuler, of
' Chrysler corporation, chairman of ■
I the show exhibit committee. "The;
| show will serve a vital national
I need. Wherever possible we are
I insisting that exhibits be 'operat- i
] ing' in nature to demonstrate to
j production engineers how the
j equipment or process functions, as
! a guide to Its applicability to their.
! own tooling problems."
The exhibit is sponsored by the
i American Society of Tool Engt-
for baby-rolling had not been
broken, when the doorbell rang.
She raced to answer It, fearful
of the baby's safety.
But when she flung the door
open. It was Paul.
Paul Elliott, his hat in hls hand,
hls new car parked at the curb,
and his eyes startled. "My God,
Martha!" he said. "What's hap-
pened to you? You look all In!”
IT* Be Continued)
Home on the Sahara was never
like this. It's Gwen Verdon
midway in a little Egyptian
number she does in new picture.
Mrs H B Little. 612 South
Macomb avenue, was admitted to
the El Reno sanitarium today for
Mrs. Sam Hunnicut, Chlckasha,
underwent a major operation this
morning at the Catto hospital.
Robert Oullett, 8-year-old son
of Mr and Mrs. Vern Gullett.
Piedmont, is convalescing at the
El Reno sanitarium after a major
Mrs. Edith Clason, Joe McMann °t*rall°" Monday
and children Mrs. 881116 Wells' H Re'10' was
Mr. and Mrs. Dee King visited dtaJmteaed from the Catt0 hosPllal
Mrs. Ross Cubbage. who is ill in |loday afte,r recelvlng medlcal
Polyclinic hospital at Oklahoma!t,eatment slnce Jan 7
Mitchell Jones of Fort Sill, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were
Sunday evening dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Miller.
STILL IN SERVICE
RIDGE, N, Y„ —(U.R)—Demus
J. Kuhn has good reason to be
proud of hls 1913 vintage auto-
Steve Hudson spent Tuesday In mobile—It still takes him where
Emporia. Kan., where he visited
his brother, Ralph Hudson, who
had the misfortune to lose an
arm In a railroad accident recent-
Bob Hill. Marjorie Hill and A
N. Icc of Geary were Sunday
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 297, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 11, 1941, newspaper, February 11, 1941; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc923273/m1/3/: accessed April 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.