The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 56, No. 74, Ed. 1 Monday, May 26, 1947 Page: 3 of 6
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Designated the Stinson 1-5, it was unveiled at the laboratory of the National Advisory Committee
for Aeronautics, Langley Field, Va. Propeller with five broad blades, driven at 1000 rpm by an
engine geared down by a ratio of 2.8 to 1 replaces the standard two-blade propeller. Reduction in
r tip speed is most responsible for eliminating noise. ©
BOY—Jon Edwin is the name
chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Claude
F. Morrison, Union City, for the
son born Sunday morning at the
1J Reno sanitarium. The baby
weighed eight pounds and one
Ervin N. Potts, 511 South Ellls-
en avenue, was admitted to the
El Reno sanitarium Saturday eve-
ning for medical treatment.
A. A. Hax, Kingfisher, was ad-
mitted Sunday to the sanitarium
for a major operation lie under-
Jackson Reynolds. 13, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Reynolds, 519
South Choctaw avenue, was ad-
mitted to the sanitarium today for
Donald F. Osborn, 724 South El-
lison avenue, returned home Sat-
urday from the sanitarium where
he had major surgery May 18.
Mrs. Henry B. Keith, 104 North
K avenue, was released Sunday
from the sanitarium where she
had major surgery May 6.
Mrs. Everett A. Daniels and
daughter, Doris Gayle, were dis-
missed Sunday from the sanitar-
ium. The baby was born May 21.
Mrs. Glen O. Jackson and son.
Billy Wayne, were released today
•from the sanitarium to return to
their home at 818 South Williams
•avenue. The baby was born May -23,
Mrs. Ward R. Barrett and son.
Monte* Lin, Mustang field, were
dismissed today from the sanitari-
um where the son was born May
Mrs. Letha Fields. 620 North
Grand avenue, was dismissed Sun-
day from Catto hospital where she
was a medical patient.
Donald Ray Novak. 20. of Okla-
homa City, and Vmnierene Button
17. of Banner.
Ellen Chaney vs James Chaney.
Petition for decree of divorce and
for restoraflon of former name of
Ellen Ra mires.
John R. and Lorena Hud man to
Imogene Ginn and William B. War-
mr. interest in NW 15-12-7.
Joseph B. Tilley to Leroy Tilley
et ai. Interest NE 5-12-10.
• Announcement Made
On Sugar Stamps
WASHINGTON. May 26 —(>*>»—
Tile agriculture department an-
nounced today that a third 1947
sugar rationing stamp good for 10
pounds will be validated "not later"
than Aug. 1.
It announced also that spare
stamp No. 12 in consumer ration
books may be used immediately,
instead of June 1 as announced two
weeks ago. This stamp, good for 10
pounds, was originally intended to
become valid July 1.
RECIPE FOR SUPERMAN
CHICAGO —<0.R)— Mothers can
build the "super, people of the
future” by feeding their children
right. Dr. H E. Robinson, nutri-
tion expert, says. Nutrition is sim-
ply right eating, he said, and
“when we talk of super men and
and women of the future we mean
the persons who will live in this
world after several generations of
There is no need for funs sitting behind this glassed section of 1
grandstand to duck as San Francisco Seals players hurl balls at
the enclosure The screen is three to five times stronger than or-
dinary glass with resistance to impact •hock. Arrow points to ball
bouncing off the glass. ____
For Paul G. Sanger
Funeral arrangements for Dr.
Paul G. Sanger, 45, former Yukon
physician who died Saturday in n
hospital at Tucumcari, N M„ will
be announced later by Turner fun-
eral home of Yukon.
Dr. Sanger was born in Yukon
and after graduation from the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma school of
medicine in 1931 he returned there
to practice. He was called to Vinita
as resident physician in the state
hospital, then during World War
II he was commissioned a captain
and served at Fort Sill until dis-
He returned to his duties at
Vinita, then entered private prac- '
tice later in Maiigum. Dr. Sanger j
had gone to Tucumcari to enter j
practice witli another doctor when
he was stricken with pneumonia.
He died after five days in the
Survivors Include his mother,
Mrs. S. S. Sanger, Yukon; a son,
Paul D. Sanger, Mangum; a
daughter, Sonja Sue Sanger. Man-
gum; a sister, Mrs. E. J. Hunni-
cutt, Huntington Park, Cali!.; and
four brothers, Dr. Welborn W.
Sanger, Oklahoma City, Dr. Walter
B. Sanger, Miami, Captain Gord-
on L. Sanger. Camp Meade, Md„
and Stephen S. Sanger, Cliickaslia.
MOTHER OF EI, RENO
Mrs. diaries A. Bien, mother of
George H. Bleu, 906 South Rock
Island avenue, died Sunday morn-
ing in Topeka, Kan., where she
was making her Dome with a
Mrs. Bien had been in ill health
the past two years. Her son was
called to Topeka last week, and
will be joined by his wife for the
funeral service to be conducted at
9 a. m. Tuesday. Burial will be in
EL RENO MARKET*
(Corrected to 2 p. m. May 26)
com ;___ . 1.75
Oats ________________ i
Milo . 2.70
Barley _____________________ 1.35
Heavy hens __________________ 22
Light liens 1 fi
Roosters ______;_________ _ .10
Fryers _______________________ .30
CHICAGO, May 26 Feed
grains maintained a firm under-
tone on the board of trade today,
led by the July corn contract. Tills
delivery advanced more than 2
cents at times on buying attribut-
ed mainly to export interests. Corn
contracts were only a lew cents
under seasonal highs.
Wheat closed 1 to 1' lower. July
*2.34 V4-»2.35; oats unchanged to
3/8 higher, July 89 5 8-.3 4.
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK. May 26 i/P) dot-
ton futures turned reactionary in
moderately activJ dealings today.
Weakness in the July 1947 delivery
unsettled the balance of the list.
Futures closed 55 cents a bale
lower to 10 cents higher, July
33.99-34.00, October 29.69, December
NEW YORK NTOCKN
NEW YORK, May 26 — I/P) -
Stocks limped over an Irregularly j
lower route today inNonc of the I
slowest markets of the past year
as speculative and Invest m e n t
l inrces found little in the news to
; inspire aggressive operations.
While seettered leaders managed
to make a pass or IWo aT recovery,
declines of fractions to a point
predominated near the close.
KANSAS CITY. May 26 —(/Pi-
Cattle 12.200. calves 1.700; three
loads choice steers scaling 1,200
pounds and heavier 26.25good and
choice vealers 21.00-25.00.
OKLAHOMA CITY, May ' ,26—
i i/I’i Cattle 3.900, calves 500; few
loads medium, and good short ‘ fed
I steers 1.00-23,00; some lieid con-
siderably higher; good 713 pound
heifers 21.00; some .sales beef-cows
14 00-16.50. some held higher; bull
top 16.50; vealers and calves to
Hogs 200 ; 50-75 higher; top
Sheep 1.000; odd lots choice na-
tive spring lambs steady at 23.50.
Shaving at Barber’s
Once Frowned On
CHICAGO, May 26 —(UP) Times
must have changed since 1856 —
especially employment policies.
At a meeting of the Tri-State
Hospital assembly, Gene R. Pow-
rs, personnel director of the Young
Men's Christian association hotel
| department, quoted the following
excerpt from the Employes Hand-
book of Carson, Pirie, Scott and
company, dated 1856:
"The employe who is in the habit
of smoking Spanish cigars, being
shaved at the barber's or going to
dances and other places of amuse-
ment, will surely give his employer
reason to be suspicious of his in-
tegrity and honesty.
"Each employe must, pay not less
than $5 per year to the church
and must attend Sunday school
"Men employes are given one
evening a week for courting, and
two if they go to prayer meetings."
The manual said that after 14
hours of work in the store, leisure
time should be spent in reading.
State DDT Crews
OKLAHOMA CITY. May 26 (/Pi
—Aimed with DDT. house spraying
crews under the direction of the
state department of health have
sprayed more than 10.000 homes in
I nine counties since Apr. 1. Dr. G. F
Mathews, commissioner of health,
Tire spraying is part of the state
malarial control program, under the
direction of Arthur H Johnson,
control engineer. McCurtain. Push-
mataha. Choctaw. Haskell. Latimer,
Sequoyah. I.eFlorc, Muskogee, and
Wagoner are currently bein';
worked by 28 crews, of two or three
men each. Tlir work Is expected to
continue through September, Dr
The health department urged all
householders to participate in the
control program. A charge of *1.50
for a four-room iiou.se, and 25 cents
for each additional room, is charged
for tile DDT spraying. Fees are col-
I lccted by the foremen of the crews,
land go to the state department of
health to help offset expenses.
Five Year Plan For
MARGATE. England, May 26—(/Pi
Hugh Dalton, chancellor of tire
exchequer, promised Sunday that
the Labor party would carry
througli nationalization of the iron,
steel and gas industries "before our
five years are out" in 1950.
Dalton, here for the opening of
the annual party conference Mon-
day. said that after nationaliza-
IDEAL DOG FOOD
Case of 48, $5.50
Grocery and Market
tion of these Industries the laborites
would "lay down for the approval
of the lectors the next five jear
plan for socialization.”
Wearing a red flannel suit to
good advantage. Pepper Donna.
"Miss Miami Beach of 1947,”
practices a rhumba routine she'll
show the judges during "Miss
America" contest finals at At»
lantic City, N. J.
Mol her Is Dead
WILMINGTON. Del., May 26-
(/!'< Mrs. Anna Masters Brewster
Halsey. 88. mother of Fleet Admiral
William F. Halsey, died Sunday in
Admiral Halsey, n frequent visi-
tor at the hospital where his mother
had been a patient since last. July
v lien she fractured her hip in a
fall, was at his mother's bedside
when death occurred.
A native of South Orange, N J..
Mis Halsey was the widow of the
(.no navy Captain William S Hal-
In Sowing Discord
BOSTON. Mass., May 26 —(/P)—
In. a dramatic speech Sunday. Mis.
Oveta Culp Hobby wartime leader
of tlie women's army groups,
charged that Henry Wallace was
“planting the seeds of discord" in
an attempt to destroy the effec-
tiveness of our announced foreign
Speaking in the opening program
of the annual convention of the
Advertising Federation of America,
Mrs. Hobby declared that America
as a nation has tlie responsibility
to lead among nations.
On Home I/tans
OKLAHOMA CITY. Mav 26 </pi
—Oklahomans who are still on the
books of the Home Owners Loan
corporation paid back more than
*3.232,000 during 1946. a report by
John H. Fahey, commissioner ol
the federal home loan bank ad-
ministration; showed Sunday.
Falley said the corporation's total
investment in homes in the statr.
amounting to *K1.770.0(H). has been
reduced to *6.433.000, a 90 percent
liquidation. Tills compares with an
average liquidation of 82 percent
for the nation.
Created in 1933 to save home own-
ers from foreclosure. HOLC, in Hie
next three years, re-financed mort-
gages and past-due taxes of 23,960
A U. S. GOVERNMENT BUREAU
REPORT announces the diacovery of
a new tannic acid treatment for ivy
poisoning*. The treatment ha» been
found excellent; it i» gentle and safe,
dries up the blisters in a surprisingly
short time — often within 24 hours.
These government findings are incor-
porated in the new product-
At your drugstore, 59c.
•IVY DRY It mil. by IVY CORF.. MtnUUir. R. /.,
*9t mtioeia:e4 with ttr|iimf^3.
Cushion and Other
Polled Crape Myrlle
And Other Brnadleaf
And Flowering Shrubbery
AH Hardy and Can Bn
Easily and Successfully
-Planting Service If Desired—
1306 Sunset Drive
• Commercial Kale* and Nervier
• Motor and Appliance Repairs
Phone 437-217 S. Choctaw
Enamel Iron-Chrome HI tings
Enamel Iron Lavatories, Sinks
21x18 Complete witli Chrome
Deep Well Jet Pump will) Pipe
RUSSELL PLUMBING CO.
47 N.E. 23 Oklahoma City
Shipped Anywhere FOB. Okla.
cyftiorficz CURTISS 7%oduct~
CURTiSS CANDY COMPANY CHICAGO 13. ILL.
PHYSICIAN, HEAL THYSELF
SEATTLE— (U.R)— Dr. George C.
Stevens is a local psychiatrist who
probably has counseled hundreds of
couples on matrimonial difficulties.
Falling to take his own advice, Ste-
vens has just been divorced. Mrs.
Grace Stevens was awarded a de-
cree on grounds of cruelty at a
WALLPAPER - PAINTS
Get Our Low Pgit-ee
DR. T. V. POWELL
Calls Answered Day or Night
10754 East Woodson St
Telephone 1590. Res. 1244-J
Universal Farm Lubricants Co.
Announces the Opening of a Filling Station
Tuesday, May 21, Corner Elm and Choctaw
Wholesale and Retail-Gas, Oil and Greases
We Cordially Invite Our Friends To Call On Us At Any Time
Charlie F. Schuldl, Owner
Jess and Floyd Sheets, Wholesale ami Station Managers
We Deliver Anywhere-Office Phone 706
ffead Thias If exrrsa acidity of your
urine makes your nark ache so you groan
... so you get up three or four times a
night to pass water, now be of good cheer.
Three generations ago a famous docgpr
noticed that hundreds of his patients had
this backache. He developed a medicine
made of exactly the right amount of six-
teen herbs, roots, vegetables, and balsams
—truly Nature's own way to relief.
Now millions have used it. The medi-
cine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. In-
stantly you take it, it starts to work
flushing out those excess acids that may
be causing your backache . . . increasing
the flow of urine to help ease that burning
sensation when you pass water . . . and
that bladder irritation that makes you
get up nights. Caution: take as directed.
You'll say it’s really marvelous.
For free trial supply, send to Dept. U, I
Kilmer fls Co., Inc., Box 1255, Stamford, |
Conn. Or—get full-sited bottle of Swamp*
Root today at your drugstore.
A GREAT REGIONAL BEER
PROGRESS BREWING CO., OKLAHOMA CITY
THE ABOVE NOTATION CAN MEAN MUCH TO YOU . . .
it means that your credit rating lias passed Uispection and
that you are permitted to make your purchase without caslt ih
hand. You can have a lot of jtride In this kind of credit rating
... it is a valuable asset that needs your constant attention.
Remember To Pay Bills Promptly
Because charge accounts are your obligation and when you let
them become overdue you abuse the privilege that your creditor
has extended to you. tf you cannot pay when due. TELL YOUR
CREDITOR THE FACTS ... you will find him considerate
A gund credit rating is the measuring standard by which you
are judged by the merchants from whom you buy. Protect it
by REMEMBERING TO PAY BILLS PROMPTLY.
RETAIL MERCHANTS ASS N
KITCHEN VENTILLATING FANS
Many women are keen about
them because they keep the
kitchen COOL, CLEAN and
. , . and they us* so little cur-
rent that you'll hardly notice
any increaee at all in your
- monthly electric service bill
YOUR LOCAL ELECTRIC DEALER HAS THEM
WU-AH9M* 685 >HH ELECTRIC COMHUtT
tomtit, KtMiu tmtTte* w mrr w»twms
E. D. Freeman, Manager, El Reno District
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