The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 226, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1944 Page: 2 of 6
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Ei Reno, (Okia.) Daiiy Tribune
l'uesfiay, November 21
H^n Fim’oV) f-.he Job!
jbviy&ii Extra bond!
Count Your Bless
4 WEEKLY ACCOUNT OK SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
KI, HENO HIGHSCHOOL, NOVEMBER 21, 1911
PUBLISHED IN INTEREST OF KCIIOO
Reasons Are Given For
Liking Football Games
Squaw Pop Club
Alumnae Join With
In Annual Banquet
Squnw pep club celebrated
19th birthday Monday. Nov.
with a banquet anti alumnae din- Eldon Wllda—"Watching specia-
ls at the Pint Methodist chiuch tors eel. because we band mein-
Indlan decorations were arranged bers don’t liave this privilege wnlie
leautlfuliy The iiead table was we are playing.
'ecorated with miniature tepee: Freda Heupel—The cold hot
tnd canoes Piacecards consisted dog-
f little canoes. which also heiJ Leo C. Murraj "I enjoyed the
he nut cups, while liip programs bustle the bo r showed at the nun.
At All Games
Former School Head
T find words are inadequate to
express my great Joy at being here
ugain," commented H E Wrinkle
director of the .stale .service at tlie
University of Oklahoma and former
Miperh.tendent of the El Reno pub-
lic .schools, who was guest speaker
at assembly in the El Reno high-
sehool Monday morning.
In Wrinkle’s talk on education, he
gave song' very good advice to the
Victor Dubberstein, president of
the El Reno Highschool Students'
association, introduced the speak-
Evangelist Is Spec
At Student Assemt
Published by the Creative Witting
Class, Under Supervision Of
Miss Josephine llodnetl
Of Marching Given
During Bast Season
Throughout the past football sea
son El Reno highschool bant! has |
presented n marching exhibition at 1
the half of each home game
In the first appearance of the
tea son, Oct. «. when El Reno nlav-
Guest speaker lor the
held last Wednesday tn
the El Reno highschool e
was Jay Bo\ ,1 Davis, evant
Beaumont. Tex., who is c
a revival at the Bibli
‘ Whatsoever a Man Bow
Shall He also Reap" was
ject Rev. Davis chose to tit
the student body.
Rev. David A. Cnvin, pas
Bible Baptist church. 1
Rcvls McGrow of Dallas,
played on his "singlug t
three numbers, "Onward.
Soldiers," All Hail. Imtruv
"Alter,’’ accompanied at I
by Mrs. McGrow.
IjORRAINE WHITNEY. Editor
Assistant Editor—Renna V. Smith.
3port Writer -Edna Blackowl.
Copy Readers— Vyvela Robinson,
Feature Editor—Betty Berkley.
Reporters—LUa Corwin. Jack Cox.
Ella Mae Blen. Mary Edna Hale
Ann McCurley, Clara Girard, Ruth
Radcllff. Peggy Wiggins, Bob Am
old Gloria Imboden. Ruth Blanton
"hvllis Hunnicutt, Juanita Pelt
Naomi Adams. Marjoiie Nanson.
Get Happy Hi
vatch i ubs formPd “E. H. 8.", with the 1 —-—
n„d nneen nnd her attendants making . .. »
the bar of the "H’’ while the band! LBllGIS Af(
II tilr formed an arrowhead, the school : (r||An|r.ai.
-hlbs, emblem, and played “Alma Mater." ^ ^ "
lends One wepk later, Oct, 20, at liie1 Preparing lett
Weatherford game, they put on a ^an 11( tivil' 1,al
1 ,,,, , ’ j highschools girl
_ military demonstration, a double |paill R .j-avJol,
"company front" in wlileh the group | clay and Friday,
spilt and faced each other in two
"" lines. They then both marched In
choir the same direction, crisscrossed, and
sung reformed in regular marching for-
mons niution. The ba
g an the-rear" stunt,
Freshman Football Team
Has Successful Season
religion, iree public schools, nnd TlicUna Eu 2 lent si Boynton, who
a democratic form of government was a Squaw in 192U-2I1, received
that works. the prize for being the oldp.st.
As we observe the glowing colors -Squaw present
of the sun setting over familiar Miss May Shanklln, sponsor since
scenes, we should be thankful that the club was organized In 192f>,
these colors are not made by gun- vim. then presented with a gift
fire or falling bombs as are those in appreciation ol tier many ye ns
lhat our boys see "over there." of loyally and devotion to the
One way we can all show our dub.
thanks is by supporting the sixth 1110 program was then turned
war loan drive wlileh opened Mon- In Mnrjorie Nanson. program
day. chairman. Freda Heupel gave a
- • voial solo. "Always," accompanied
A SALUTE TO Ol'It l)V Bonnie Mathews. Barbara Mc-
FOOTBALI. HEROES Cullough nave a rending, "The
Yes, every one ol you fellows on Cliffs ol Dover.” Peggy
the football team is n hero in the Wiggins presented a piano solo,
eyes of us students. Your triumphs hi A Flat.” by Brahms,
make a record of which we are ,v,l'*Vu Cupp gave n vocal solo, “i'll
proud—one unsurpassed by any El ®*' You,” accomuanied bv
Reno football team in the last 20 Ml5s Mathews. Miss Nanson then
years. led the group in singing the Squaw
As you played your last game of
the season Friday night, we follow- .. 1Jr0Sf'nl Werc Mli> Wavne
ed every play and had as big a ^dtth'vhnm, Mrs. Robert Bloeert
“bang” out of the game as you lei- Ml Kenneth Maple. Mrs. Thelma
lows Bovnton, Lots Anthony, Louise
Although the El Reno highschool
freshman football team has not been
?lven much publicity, they have had
* seasoti full of victories.
Roderick Rice iias coached Ihc
tager freshman eleven faithfully and
hould be proud of them.
Mainstavs for the Freshles have
been Claud Allen Robinson, right
half; L. D. Bishop, fullback; Jack
lice, quarterback; Clarence Black-
iwl, left half; Benny Anderson,
:enter; Alfred Whiteman, right end;
Dale Willterson, left end: Jack Bar-
ry. left tackle; George Hardwick,
right tackle; Jules Hudson, left,’
tuard; and Dale Crawford, right
• Music Notes
Eolo parts in the
WHEN CONSTIPATION makes
punk as the dickens, brings 01
upset, sour taste, gassy discon
Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine
pull the trigger on lazy “inna
help you feel bright and chippei
DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonde
laxative contained in good old S
sin to make it so easy to take.
MANY DOC I OKS use pepsin pr<
in prescriptions to make the uied;
palatable and agreeable to take,
your laxative is contained in Syri
INSIST ON DK. (AlOWLLl S ti
of millions for SOyears, and feel tl
some relief from constipation. Ev
children love it.
CAUTION: Use only as directed
• The Mail Bag
• Seniors ol ’15
Alfred Needs, who
Front corporal Hcet.it Thompson
•serving with the marines in the
Pacific area, comes thet following
message: "I ,s.iw Ro coo Mayo re-
cently and was very glad to oe
him. Everything here is line, but
I mist; my old alma mater"
hair and hazel eyes, is a member
of the Let lermens' club and a bo
is one of the heroes of the E H S.
Borne of "Al's” favorites are us
8tory or. school page, sports
stories; subject, math; magazine.
Needs was employed last sum-
mer by the Rock Island Railway
After his graduation, he plans to
study scientific engineering at a
college in Denver.
Harriet Brown and two former stu-
dents of E. II. 8.. Martha Alice
Marsh nnd Georgann Guth Hlnds-
ley, attended the concert glvpn by
Lily Rons in Oklahoma City 8a l-
Seaman Second Class Robert l,
Davis writes from San Diego, Calif..
“I kr't up at 4 a. in. and work
until around B 30 p. m. I am now
in Hie amphibious forces. I've seen
Bot> Wellborn, Bob Peterman, j.
A. Williams .Glenn Harris, Dick
Davis and Harry Van Laughlin.”
Bob also writes tiiai j10 i)n.s naq
some trouble with his eyes and
that, he was blind for about three
hours, but that his eyes are much
better now and are not bothering
him so much.
CONTAIN!D IN $YRUP PI
Wilson. Lila Marie Corwin, Ima
Lee Vyilllams, Miss Nanson. Anola
Pi.ve Beatty, Onelia Barnes, Jerry
Kltzmlller, Nina Veil White, Bun-
’ll Lowe, Bette Nel Or’ene, Dor-
othy Kubnlj, Lorraine Whitney
Ella Mne Blen. Mi .s Wiggins, Ger-
(tlthne Hofmann, Btllye Jean Haw-
| kills, Clarice Childers. Edna Black-
owl, Hazel Cole. Miss Cupi>. Miss
j Heupel, Emma Otilley, Nadine
< Koerner, Wilma Fowler, Maty El-
I’en McNew, Maty Stamphlll. Shir-
ley GUlllan, Miss Brown, Mary
Margaret Corwin, Iva Lou Best,
Mary Margaret Girard, Mi Math-
ews, Esther Peck. Mary Swaeerty
o„ri n»i--s Shonklhi.
INVASION on beauty
and Durability with Anthony
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6. BOXING GLOVES—Teach them the
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These lovely royons have marched right up to th
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12. ICE TRUCK-One of the
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14. HAMMER BOARD—A toy thet
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 226, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1944, newspaper, November 21, 1944; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc923753/m1/2/: accessed November 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.