The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 226, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1944 Page: 3 of 6
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It'll'-. I'.MUn.; Unity | n bit a*-
r the assembly
ay morning in
0 is conducting
n SoyveUi. That
" was the sub-
; to discuss with
n, pastor of the
alias. Tex., who
1 at, the piano
makes you fee)
ings on stomach
edicine to quickly
d old Syrup Pep-
he medicine more
i take. So be sure
> in Syrup Pepsin.
t'S -the favorite
dfeelthat ■ i.t.ir
ion. Even finicky
\ is no
Jesse 8. Patterson, 47, and Ida-
j belle While, 42, both of Oklahoma
Ethel Mae Wenner vs. Elton B.
Wenner. Petition lor decree cf di-
[ vorce and order establishing cus-
tody of a daughter, Clifta Jo, 3
| months old.
rcij eeiT/ffrjiNE cuicr
ropjrlahi. 1»W. IKEA Service. la*.
I Nell VanTrump Lots 16 and 17.
Meeting Held In
I- irsf ( 'hristian Parlor , atltch.ln-Tlme club. Hostess, Mrs. 1 bfo^'k Reno
TTie^rat GHrlstian church guild | ^Thomas. 1048 South Miles | wlmam Eskf.w to 8te,la L John8.
Ladies society to Brotherhoods of | “nti 2- block 25- Vukon
Locomotive Firemen and Engine- 1 ®Ul* ,BecJ'iton elr a [° Ge°r«e H
men. Meeting at I. O. O. F hall Efl8.,e, f*?"' . ‘4
D Y. W. Y. K. club. Hostess. Mrs ! "f °f *°,1 J' block J' Crockett addi-
Frank Myers, 705 South Bickford ' J R™° .
avenue I Heiman and Louisa Kortemcier
■••r 11, a v 10 H A K°rtemeier. Lots 3 and
Royal Neighbors of America. Reg- 4 *" l'1™ ^
ular meeting in I. O O. F. hall. to°E a"d tBeS'e,*^P '
Tulip unit of Garden Flower club. ^ E,41S h , „ ?
Hostess. Mr*. Mary Sharon. 821 wus HihJ.ti Li'|d ?' v? '
South Ellison avenue i West Hlkhland addition to Yukon.
c- .wXIV. , .. 1° Cabfol'"ia and she'wos getting ,decided to cut out the sermon
Sn? was sitting in one of the led up with the whole thing, she | and handed her another clgaret
high-backed armchairs as I walk- , wasn't used to being treated like I Then I lit one myself and we
ed through the lobby of the Tow- dirt. Who did Bogglo think she smoked In silence.
j ers. I must have looked silly, the was?
... ’ A,s sbe warmed to her subject
| .,„*}}• G n*,er! aha crushed her clgaret and began
looking at me Instead ol the ced-
There was something changed ing. I lolled b.ick in nft chair and
"What’s come over you?”
She reached out and took my
The marriage of Miss Cathryn
Christina Welcher of Oklahoma
City, daughter of Peter Welcher,
818 West Hayes street, and Private
First Class Clifford Harvey Mc-
Daniel. son of Mrs. Sadie McDaniel.
116'« North Admire avenue, was
solemnized at 4 p. m. Sunday In
the St. Joseph’s Old Cathedral rec- 1
tory in Oklahoma City with Rev. cia Anne Danielson.
James W Traut performing the SW 8-11-5.
met Monday evening in (he church
parlors with Misses Edith and Eve-
lyn Steanson as hostesses.
The meeting opened with the
singing of “Count Your Blessings.’'
followed by the devotionals from
the 87th Psalm given by Mrs. John
Fitch and a prayer led by Mrs. Har-
The lesson study on "American
Indians" was led by Miss Edith
Steanson. Miss Evelyn Steanson
discussed the topics. "American Ed-
ucation" and "A Missionary Pro-
ject." "Problems in Indian Edu-
cation" and "Educated Indians"
were discussed by Mrs. Henry
Mrs. T. H. Foster, president, pre-
sided over the business meeting dur-
ing which it was decided to postpone
the December meeting until Janu-
Mrs. W. M. Feay closed the meet-
ing witli prayer.
Refreshments were served to Mrs.
Glen A. Brown, Mrs. Foster. Mrs.
Feay, Mrs. Lula Johnson. Mrs. J.
T. West. Mrs. Lon Booth. Mrs. O.
J Daniels. Mrs Schroeder. daugh-
ter. Barbara Ann, Mrs. Edna Nob-
litt, Mrs. Dozier. Mrs. T. V. Powell,
Mrs. Fitch and the hostesses.
The guild will meet at 7:30 p. m.
Jan. 15 in tiie home of Mrs. Daniels,
604 South Bickford avenue.
* * *
I It IDS ENTERTAIN WITH
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Frid, 524 South
Ellison aveuue. entertained with a
thanksgiving dinner Sunday.
Members of the family present
were Arthur Olander. Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Olander. daughters, Jerry
Ann and Edwina. son, Nelse Thom-
as. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Nordberg.
(laughter, Norcdn. son Bernard. Mr.
and Mrs. Forrest Niles, sons. Leo-
nard. Neil. Phillip. Dean and Max.
daughters. Karen and Kay, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Courtney, son, Don, daugh-
ter, Regina, Mrs. J. H. Buckley,
Hendon Frid and the hosts.
Additional guest was Everet Pow-
* * *
MRS. IRWIN HOSTESS
TO PIIILATHEA SOCIETY
Tlie Philatlica society of the First
Methodist church met at 8 p. in.
Monday in the home of1 Mrs. J. O.
Irwin. 417 North Macomb avenue.
Tiie president. Mrs. Irwin, pre-
sided over the business meeting and
a program on Methodism was pre-
sented by Mrs. Joe Waldron.
Refreshments were served to Mrs.
fv E Brown, Mrs. Carl Gierhart.
Mrs. Janies Murray, Mrs. L. W.
Wright. Mrs. Hattie Lord. Miss Ef-
iie Weaver. Mrs. c. G. Schultz. Mrs
J W. Myers. Mrs. C. A. Jones. Mrs.
O. E Dresser. Mis. R. A. Ander-
son. Mrs. Rolla lies. Mrs Waldron.
Mrs. E. R. Barnhart. Mrs. C. C.
Schmclzel and Mrs. Irwin.
The society will hold a Christmas |---
party and gift exchange Dec 18 in | OIRL—Mr and Mrs. Herbert Mor
the home of Mrs. lies. 407 South Ad- lnK of Chlckaslia. formerly of El
C. E. Bross to Board of Trustees. I WHI’ shP continued.
First Methodist church of Pied- ’'°U "*a<i se? rne’’
mont. Lots 6. 14 and 15. block 26.
G. D. McBee to Roy Herbert Mc-
Bee. Lots 1 and 2. block 6, Lake-
view addition to El Reno.
Deed of Administratrix
Stella Johnston, administratrix,
to E V. Harris Trace in block 23.
Ora and Clara B. Beyer to Patri-
double ring ceremony.
The bride wore a soldier blue
dress with military trim and her
accessories were of gold and black.
Her only attendant was her sister,
Miss Marguerite Welcher. who chase
an emerald green dress with brown
Atancio Monjaras served the
bridegroom as best man.
Immediately following the cere-
mony a dinner was held at the El
Charro cafe In Oklahoma City.
The bride attended Sacred Heart
school where she was a member
of the orchestra.
The bridegroom attended Tuska-
" * u ill,! Limit ttllU OIIU
------------- hei' Mv ryes traveled down watched her the way you look at I hand. I wanted to withdraw It
WEDNESDAY Warranty Deed' I 1° id crossed legs, then up again an actress on the stage, a soit of but didn't. Something had taken
Home and Child Study club.. Melvin Cortez and Elolse Edith I ,m’ " ,'ew °f *»«*- UnpersonM. exploratory look. I- was place inside of me ana I was
Hostess, Mrs. D J. Van Ryan, 800 Hoard to William F and Marjorie I ^ U> If'allz’ 1'1 nover N<,('n trying to figure out what had hap- deeply puzzled. All the other
West Wade street. I Nell v»nTmmn i« o.,h ,, lbel in 1 hat with » veil before. , pened to her or to me that had times I’d been witn Ginger I’d
Becoming sell-conscious she pulled brought about such a chance In j wanted to take her in my arms,
at her ldhg black xloves. then the maimer. I reacted to her pres* This time it was different and I
straightened her silver fox neck- cnee. Where was the magnetism , wished she’d go.
that had always set my pul.se> r wouldn’t care if I never saw
Dont look at me like that' pounding? Physically she hadn’t her again. 1 wouldn’t have to run
I m not a ghost. Leo.” I changed. She still had what It 1 away anv more because it didn’t
I *at astride one of the arms of; took: the curves in the right: matter. I could oven go uo to
the chan, facing hers and tried to P'uces. the hair, the eyes, the deep Boggio’s and kid around with her
pull myself together. This wasn’t throaty voice. the felinp way in | „ she patchcd hcr ,nteunder;
in the cards. When you’ve ad- which she moved . . . 'standing with the rat she could
justed yourself to someone going I must have berome so fascl- slobbei over him in my presence
out of your life you can’t switch listed by my conjecture that I and I still wouldn’t rare Some-
back to the former relationship wasn’t even listening to what she how her hold over me had been
just like that. Id burned bridges was saying until all of a sudden broken and 1 wished I knew why
behind me -she came out with something that "What’« wiong. Leo?" she asked
’’aren't made me sit up and take notice. ..Whv do„.t vml n something?"
._ „ .,_w It was so unexpected that I K7 .
What the hell did she want from thought I’d misunderstood her. Nothing was wrong. It was okay
me. anyhow? Looking at her from "What was that?" I asked “ Was, «>»cernert atirt I
dose quarters I saw it Wasn’t only "Dug his nails in me. ” she re- out for anything 1,'The wo^Bm
Hotel Man Now
Makes Toy Ducks
LUBBOCK, Tex.. Nov 21 —,’U.P)—
Tho. - .- eptlcs w.io chink i:ie Hora-
tio Alger "rags to riches” days are
over in America should have a chat
witli George F. Peterson.
A year ago Peterson was down
and out—financially. He had been
forced to clo: :• his Lubbock hotel
because the shortage of gasoline
took uway his guests.
He got a job as a shipyard weld-
er on the Pacific coast, and met a
man who once made his living 1
manufacturing toy walking ducks.
Peterson liked tl*> idea He came I
home and set up a walking duck i
factory in his home.
The idea ccught on.
Now Peterson lias 85 women work- !
h’g In Ids Evan company factory,,
all of them making his toys, and
tour salesmen out on the road.
"Sales are limited only by the
amount of material und labor I can
get." says Peterson. "After the
How Can I?
now wns I going to tell her?
"You don’t want me around
anymore. You are just being nice
There was anxiousness in her
I turned to fare her. She was
Oil and Gas Lease
N. W. and Estelle Brogden to R.
P McDonald and O. T. Rollins.
Assignment of Oil and Gas Lease
J. D. Kennedy to Sarah H. Sit-
lington. SE 23-14-8.
Tulsa Service Station
Could Use Watchman
TULSA. Nov. 21 — (UR’ These
burglars know a good thing when
they see it.
, . . They stole ration coupons for
lioma schools and has been in the l.ioo gallons of gasoline from a
sen ice for the past two and a half downtown service station Sunday
years. He is now stationed with night,
the military police at Camp Hood t.,
_ r,ouu' They returned last night and
* * *
CHILD CRAFT CLUB MEETS
WITH MRS. SIMMON'S
The Chilo Crult club convened
Monday in the home of Mrs. J. E.
Simmons. 1048 South Hadden ave-
Christmas gifts were wrapped for
distribution to service men in hos-
Members present were Mrs. W. W.
Mathews, Mrs. B M McGinley. Mrs.
Lawrence Illff. Mrs. T. W Rader.
Mrs. B. E. Carder, Mrs. Virgil
Shaw. Mrs. Harvey Dever. Mrs. J.
M Burge and Mrs. Simmons.
The club will meet Dec. 4 in the
home of Mrs. Lee J Stoneman, 301
North Bickford avenue.
stole 850 gallons of gasoline from
an underground storage tank at
the same station. They neglected
to leave any coupons.
the veil that made her seem ciif- jieated "Scratched me!"
ferent. There was something else That was a new one.
that I couldn’t put my finger on. j "Ginger,” I said, ‘ you’ve been
"Let's go up to your place," she reading too many horror stories."
suggested. ! "go you don’t believe me?"
The strain between us didn’t "No. Boggio’s too much of a
wear off, even after she’d re- coward. If he wanted to kick a
moved her hat and fur. and had dog he’d get someone to do It for
flopped down on the divan. him."
jA dri',k?" J suggested. She "All right." she said. "Look!" , .......- „„ OIlc WB8
nodded. After handing It to her she worked her shoulder out of still the same good-looking dame
UST °r, ”lyse,f’ , , her gown, slipped a strap and with green eyes and red hair and
' ' ',’8er' 1 asked- "whats showed me. There were several white skin. But that was all. Just
eating you. ^ ...... marks of fingernails, faint but another dame.
T ’ still visible. I let out a whistle. She understood, now. Her voi"e
fn ‘:“ * "T rT^e th!,t 1 was about to tell Ginger what was no longer anxious. It was
followed. Shed start off on one E dope she was for not having I bitter.
relationship with BogghTand ap- mLde’u dea'ThaTu '’C ‘stuck "ShTpulied ^erselT from “the
oug w, h hei e\ei sin e Iri gone 1 sofar as she was rnneerned? So I ,Ti. Be Continued)
Q. How can I remove chewing
gum from garments?
A Take a pic:e of Ice and hold
It tightly over the gum lor a few
moments. The gum will harden
and crumble. It can then be
brushed off without injuring the
Q. How can I make a cream
substitute for coffee?
A Beat up the yolk of one egg.
to which has been added one tea-
spoonful of sugar, and a very
small amount of water. Divide
this among the cups before pour-
ing in the hot coffee.
Q How can t keep the powder
A. The puif will remain soft
and fluffy if washed In warm,
soapy water, and then rinsed in
Ben Hanncman, El Reno route
2. underwent a major operation in
the El Reno sanitarium today.
Donald Venn. 13-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Vann. 807
North Bickford avenue, underwent
an appendectomy Monday after-
noon In the El Reno sanitarium.
Larry Lee Duncan. 2-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duncan,
El Reno route 1, who underwent
a major operation In the El Reno
sanitarium Nov. 12. was removed
to his home Monday.
Mrs. Maurice Porter and son.
Larry Earl, born in the El Reno
sanitarium Nov. 10. were removed
Monday to their home, 804 East
Clark street. Private Porter Is sta-
tioned at Fort Meade. Md.
Mrs. C. M. Tedrick and aaugher,
Laura Lou ,born Nov. 11 in the
El Reno sanitarium, were removed
Monday to their home at Geary.
Mis.. Helen M. Fish. 17. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fish. Geary,
was dismissed Monday from the
El Reno sanitarium where shfe
underwent a major o)ieratiuii
LEG PAINS MAY
BE DANGER SIGN
Of Tired Kidneys
If oarkarhe and leg pains are making you
miserable, don't just coriinltun and do nothing
about them. Nature may ne warning you that
your kidneys need attention. \
'i be kidneys are Nature's chief way of taking
eiress acids and poisonous waste out of lb#
blood. They help nioet. people pass about 3
pints a duy.
If the 15 miles of kidney tubes and filters
don’t work well, poisonous waste matter stays
in the blood. These poisons may start nagging
backaches, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss ol
pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling,
puffiness under the eyes, head;.dies and disn-
neas. Frequent or scanty passages wit h smart-
ing and burning somet lines shows there issome-
thing wrong with your kidneys or bladder.
Don't waitl Ask vour druggist for Doan's
Tills, used successfully by millions for over 40
years. They give happy relief and will help
the 15 miles of kidnev tubes flush out poison-
ous waste from the blood. Get Doan a Pills.
mile avenue, witli Mrs. Barnhart,
Q When shopping In a depart-
ment store with a woman friend,
would it be correct to introduce
the friend to a .saleswoman whom
I have known for several years?
A. Yes Perhaps your friend will
liegin patronizing this shop, due
to the introduction, which will be
credited to your saleswoman.
Q Wlmn dining in an expensive
Reno, are the parents of a daughter
born Nov. 16. The baby, who
weighed six pounds and three
ounces, was born in the Cottage
hospital. Chickasha. She has been
named Kathy Linda.
OIRL—A daughter weighing six
Pounds and 14 ounces was born at
8:30 p. m. Monday in the El Reno
sanitarium to Mr. and Mrs. Julius
CAPTAIN SHOULD KNOW
! BOSTON lU.fi)—After serving as ;
: Army mail censor in the South- i
i west Pacific. Marine Capt. Charles
I’l ft', to what .sized bill does the w Thompson, former Northeast- ■UmROMMUMHI
10 percent tiupinc rule aunlv" lp|n university track star, wrote Inipropcr dirt, overwork, undue wor-
school officials they should initiate oftenC°mpdtrs^s?om°a^h’rS cfe
a course In nnuried life and how five functions and reduces the red-
to get along with your wife, friends blood strength.
___i ■ .. A narco*4 urVin I
in percent Upping rule apply?
A. To a bill that is more than
I three doll i:s,
Q. Is i> oblig itory that a woman
remove her hat in the theater?
A. Not If the hat is small and
llat. without protruding ornaments.
Q. Is it correct to Address the
inner envelope of a wedding invi-
A. Yes; write. Mr iid Mrs. John
Smith, but omi* the address.
When You Need It!
Next Friday, Nov. 21
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KINDS OF CATTLE
10 JERSEY HEIFERS *
5 FRESH. 5 HEAVY
MORSES. MULES AND HOGS
Pring What You Want Tu Sell
anil Buy What You Want to Buy.
Ross M. Hubbard, Mgr.
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Ill East Woodson
irson who is operating on only a
-- — 75% healthy blood volume or a
stomach digestive capacity of only 5C
to 60% normal is severely handicapped.
At such times Nature needs extra help
to restore its balance and function prop-
erly. Undigested food places a tax on
the system ..lnsuClclent blood strength
Is a detriment to good health.
If you are subject to poor digestion
or suspect deficient rod-blood as the
cause of your trouble, yet have no or-
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T he combined skills
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and on into (he new year
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You'll have a merrier Christmas and a hap-
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Huddcr topcoats insure good laste and long
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USE OCR LAY AWAY PLAN
Men s Department
"QUESTION- What does '
Winter proof Service mean?,f
It means the seasonal
care your car needs for
.its 4th WAR WINTER"
GET WINTERPROOF SERVICE
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY
MAGNOLIA DEALER NOW!
At the sign of the Flying Red Horse your car gets
complete lubrication and pre-winter check-up,
servicing of vital parts for smoother perform-
ance, saving of gasoline and longer life for your
car. Your car’s fourth war winter means extra pro-
tection is needed!
ENGINE —Worn out summer motor oil is drained
—replaced with the right grade of fresh, tough
winter Mobiloil to insure quick cold-weather star's
—more gas mileage—safe, sure protection of vital
vital engine parts.
GEARS —Gear oils used in summer are drained
—gear cases carefully flushed — refilled with the
proper grade of Mobiloil winter gear oil for easier
winter gear shifting and protection of hard-to-
RADIATOR —The cooling system is drained—
cleaned thoroughly of rust, dirt and scale with Mobil
Radiator Flush; then protected against freezing with
the right amount of Mobil Freezone—the safe, de-
CHASSIS —All chassis points are properly lubri-
cated with winter Mobilgrease—the correct grades
properly applied in the right places. The entire car
should be carefully inspected to uncover any serious
needs for repair, replacement or service.
DCil& Tire Switch ant* Inspection — Mobil
rAMO Wheel Pack Service — Mobil Air Filter
Service — Mobil Upperlube Tonic Treatment —
Hydraulic Brake Service — Shock Absorber Serv-
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