The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 255, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 24, 1950 Page: 3 of 16
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Sunday, December 24, 1950
El Reno T(Okla.) Daily Tribune
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Decorating the Christmas tree
has become a regular event of the
Christmas season, but few people
know how the custom originated.
Martin Luther, the German re-
formation leader is credited with
lighting the first Christmas tree.
The story is told that Luther
was walking through the country-
side late one Christmas Eve un-
der a brilliant starlit sky and Ids
thoughts turned to the Nativity cf
Luther was a ved by the beauty
of the heavens and the winter
landscape. The blue light on the
hills and on the evergreens ana
the snowflakes sparkling in the
moonlight were truly inspiration-
Rushing home Luther called his
family about him ancl told of the
beauty he had witnessed.
In an attempt to desciibc more
fully what he had seen, he at-
tached some lighted candles to a
small evergreen tree to portray the
light of the starry heavens.
Thus, according to Oklahoma A.
and M College library sources,
Martin Luther put the first lights
on a Christmas tree.
Raise Your Own
Have trouble getting a Christ-
mas tree this year? Heie's a
way to side-step that problem
Small Austrian pine, rod cedar,
Arizona cypress and other hardy
evergreens placed in tubs or
similar containers make excel-
lent living Christmas trees for
hemes, according to Glen R.
Durrell, Oklahoma A. and M.
They appeal especially to chil-
dren and, because they are nlive,
keep the fire hazard to a mini-
mum. The planting of the live
Christmas tree near the home
on New Year's Day serves as a
fitting ceremony to end the holi-
THOMAS BOWS OUT—Sen.
Elmer Thomas (D., Okla.), de-
feated for re-election, packs his
office files, as he prepares to bow
out of public life. It is a familiar
scene among the “lame ducks"
on Capitol Hill these days.
Thomas plans to open a law
office in Washington.
Saves County Baby
Katherine May Punck, little four-
weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis D. Funck, Calumet route 3.
received emergency okygen treat-
ment and rushed to an Oklahoma
City hospital Saturday afternoon
with severe pneumonia.
With the cooperation of Highway
Patrolman John Osmund who fur-
nished an escort, the baby received
treatment and was brought back to
the El Reno sanitarium where her
condition was pronounced serious.
To Heart Attack
Mrs. Walter H. Cobbs, 120 South
Barker, died Friday morning in
Pueblo, Colo., where she and iter
husband were visiting their
Death was reported, due to a
Funeral services will be held in
the Wesley Methodist church at 2
p. m. Tuesday. Rev. Earnest Hicks
Mrs. Cobbs moved to El Reno in
1927 with her husband. She ha>
been active In church work here.
Survivors include Mr. Cobbs; two
daughters, Mrs. Burrel P. Smith.
Seattle. Wash., and Mrs. John O.
Hall, Pueblo, Colo.; two sisters,
Mrs. A. N. Dalton, Phoenix, Ariz.,
and Mrs. U. B. Buchanan, New
York City; three grandsons and I
Funeral arrangements are made j
by the Wilson funeral home.
Santa's From U. S.
Although Santa Claus usually is
thought to call the North Pole
home, he is really a native of New
He was brought to New Amster-
dam as a monk dressed in antio.ue
bishop's robes by the Dutch set-
Later two American writers
and a cartoonist changed him into
the Santa Claus we know today—
a jolly old man who delivers toys
to all good 'lttle boys and girls
with the aid of his reindeer and
sleigh. The writers were Washing-
ton Irving and Clement C. Moore
and the cartoonist was Thomas
According tc Oklahoma A. and
M. College library sources, his
fame soon went back to Europe,
and today he is the favorite dis-
penser of Christmas gifts all over
Near Yukon Friday
(Continued from Page One)
The attacker's weapon was a small
The search for the assailant be-
gan immediately, but it is believed
he had a few hours to flee into a
wide state area and possibly leave
Oodwin had been working at the
telephone firm in Oklahoma City
iot otte and a half years. His wife
was formerly manager of the tele-
phone business office in El Reno.
Two County Men
Two county men forfeited $11
bonds each on charges of disturb-
ing the peace, according to records
of Lee Harvey, police chief.
They are Lewis F. Clark. 32.
Calumet, and Bill Wilson, 25, of
400 North Rock Island, who were
arrested Friday while fighting in a
tavern on the 200 block of South
HERE ON LEAVE
Private Henry C. McGee, son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. McGee, 501
South Miles, is spending the holi-
days with his parents. McGee Is in
gunnery school at Lowery field,
Beat Holy Trinity
The Okarche basketball squad
broke a losing streak Friday night
when they edged the Holy Trinity
boys in an efficient manner for a
score of 41-38.
Delbert Maass was high man for
the Okarche team with 11 points.
The Okarche girls smothered the
Holy Trinity girls for a final count
of 45-29. Betty Ahlden was top
scorer for Okarche with 22 points.
See Us for Your Paint and
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Get Our Low Prices
CHRISTMAS EGG NOG
Our delicious rum-flavored Egg Nog is now on
sale in either glass or paper bottles. You can de-
pend on our Egg Nog being the same fine quality
we have sold in previous years and at the same
price as last year.
Wishing All Our Friends A
Very Merry Christmas
C. V. PEABODY, Proprietor
Peabody's Quality Dairy
2101 Sunset Drive
Coin in Stocking
To Begin Legend
It’s fun to wake up on Christ-
mas morning and find that Santa
Claus has filled your stocking full
ol fruits, nuts and all sorts of
goodies, but how did this custom
According to Oklahoma. A. and
M. College library sources, the
habit of hanging a stocking on
the fireplace stems from an old
legend wherein the jolly old gen-
tleman was driving his team of
reindeer across the winter sky-
dropping gold coins down chim-
In one case. Iht coins fell down
the chimney and bounced into a
stocking that had been left on
the hearth to dry.
Ever since then, Santa has been
expected tr ill! ill stockings hung
oy the fireplace, and lie usually
829 S. Miles
Louisiana Mother Says
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More GIs in Europe
(Continued from Page One)
at home and ignoring Europe
means only that It’ll be the next
generation that will fight World
war III. Sending more U. S. troops
to Europe -will prove to them we’re
with them In the fight against
Jewel Roden, 40. Duncan grocer,
said, “Yes that’s my idea of what
should be done. It already looks like
a settled fact that we’re going to
have to fight Russia, so the quicker
we get prepared over there the bet-
ter off we’ll be.”
Oklahoma City waitress Rltha
Stevens, 32, answered. “Yes, you
bet. I have a husband over there
Carl Wilcox, 55, Woodward farm-
er. replied, "Yes If we have to have
them. I don’t see what business we
have over there In the first place."
Riley Armstrong, 31, Vinita car
salesman, said “Yes. We can’t af-
ford to give Germany and all h-r
resources to Russia.”
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the Christmas holidays with Mrs.
Phipps' parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Sturdavant, 602 South Roberts.
They have been visiting in the
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