The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 146, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1955 Page: 3 of 6
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The El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
About Home Folks
Mrs. W. J. Rosson, 601 East Rus-
sell, returned Thursday from Okla-
homa City where she visited with
her daughter, Mrs. C. G. Purtle and
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Crews and her
granddaughter, Mrs. A. M. Reed
and Mr. Reed and children, Ellen
Sue and Michael. The condition of
Mrs. Rosson, who suffered a heat
prostration four weeks ago, is re-
ported as improved.
Mrs. Russell Wilson left for her
home in Crescent Friday following
a visit with her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ward
and daughter, Lynda, 1205 West
Bill L. Hall, 1110 West Woodson
left Friday for Hobbs, N. M., where
he will transact business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Carl McCain,
207 North K, had as their 7 o’clock
dinner guests Thursday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Neathery of
Wake Forest, N. C.
Charles Lee Nicholson, 23, and
Barbara Kaye Lloyd, 18, both of
Separate Maintenance Petition
Lucile J. Lynch vs. Archie Ray-
Stanley A. Camper and Artie
Faye Camper to Helen Eckert.
Part of lots 12, 13, 14, and 15, block
97, El Reno.
Roy E. Wilson and Ruby Esther
Williams to Roy E. Wilson and
Ruby Esther Wilson. Part of 36-14-
Oil and Gas Leases
Clemie Cummings, Lester Cum-
mings and Udene Cummings to
Carter Oil company. Part of 12-
Walter W. Hemphill, Billy J.
Hemphill and Eloise J. Hemphill
to Anderson-Prichard Oil corpora-
tion. Part of 2-11-5.
To V. L. Sturgeon, for construc-
tion of garage at 701 South Mahan,
at cost of $500.
Dr. and Mrs. Ray Hamby and
children, Judy, Jim and Jane of
Dallas, Tex., are guests in the
homes of his mother, Mrs. Carrie
Hamby, 247 North El Reno, his
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Hamby, south of El
Reno and his brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Glea-
son, 2429 Sunset drive.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Griffin of
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, who
have been guests of Dr. and Mrs.
R. J. Keena, 1001 West Wade, left
Wednesday evening for a vacation
in Oakland, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and
Katherine Busser of Oklahoma City
are guests in the home of Mrs.
Arley Miller in Calumet and other
relatives near Geary. Mr. Miller
is the son of Mrs. Arley Miller and
Katherine Busser is her grand-
KINE WORDS—Costumed as
a cow, a woman member of the
Ceylon Humanitarian Society
in Colombo sings a song after
making a speech denouncing
cattle-killing. It was the organ-
ization’s annual “Pity the Cow”
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bates
have returned to their home in
Liberal, Kan., following a visit with
her father, Guy S. Cubbage and
Mrs. Cubbage, 508 East Russell.
Sheriff's Son Gives
MILLER, S. D., Aug. 19 —OP)—
Prisoners in the Hand county jail
here were given a brief spell of
freedom, and the sheriff’s son was
Glen Gard, son of sheriff Ken-
neth Card, and a companion found
an odd object in the sheriff’s car.
They flung it against the jail
wall. It was a tear gas bomb.
The fumes filled the jail, and the
prisoners were removed until the
place was aired out.
Rail Ties Aren't Woman's Line But She's Too Busy To Notice
TRUCE GUARD — On a hot
spot in riot-torn South Korea is
U.S. Far East Commander Gen.
Lyman L. Lemnitzer. His troops
are guarding the Communist
truce inspectors there. Lem-
nitzer is also trying to dissuade
President Syngman Rhee from
his determination to force the
Communists out of Korea.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 19—OP)—
Seven years ago, people told Mrs.
Mildred Seitz she had wood in her
head if she tried to buy and sell
No woman had ever gone into
this business for good reason, but
today the handsome Columbus
clubwoman, who admits she is nat-
urally stubborn, is the only woman
in the business and she is a suc-
At first, she was too busy “to
recognize the fact that I was an
unwelcome adjunct or at best was
cnly being tolerated in the line.”
Her grandfather began cutting
and selling ties when the railroads
were first built in the Buckeye
State. His son—her father—con-
tinued the business.
Mrs. Seitz, however, was busy
with her three children and trav-
eling with her army husband, Col.
A. B. Seitz.
They were in Berlin for some
time after the war, then came
home. She planned to lecture about
life behind the Iron Curtan while
her husband retired to write a
book about his experiences with
General Draja Mikhailovitch of
Her father’s death in 1948, how-
ever, changed some of her plans.
“Necessity in the shape of hospi-
tal bills, college education, and so
forth, plus natural stubbornness
kept me from giving up,” she said.
“Besides the honest people work-
ing for me needed jobs.”
It wasn’t long nefore she learned
that competition is rugged in the
tie business. An order placed with
the company before her father’s I
death kept it going. A competitor)
tried to put her out of business but |
she fought him through the courts
“My work is from tree to tie,”
Mrs. Seitz has two buyers who
do some of the field work for her
and operate her two lumber yards
in southeastern Ohio. But she often
goes into the woods with them to
judge timber and make the final
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Miss Johnnie and Miss Kathryn
Riddels who have been the house-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J.
Halsey, 1023 East Cavanaugh, left
Thursday afternoon for their home
in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Jack P. Dill. 1102 South
Macomb, had as her guests Friday
Mrs. Charles Baldwin and Mrs.
Myrtle Hatch of Holdenville and
Mrs. Boyd McGugan andd daugh-
ters, Sherry and Nancy of Norman.
Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Hatch, for-
mer El Reno resident, are aunts of
Mrs. Dill and Mrs. McGugan is her
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Mrs. 1. E. Sonnier and daughter,
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Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Coker, 147 North Donald.
Mrs. Madge Mayfield and chil-'
dren, Peggy and Bill, 1105 Sunset
drive and her mother, Mrs. Ralph
Imboden. 114 North Macomb, spent
Friday in Claremore.
Mrs. C. E. Brooks and children,
Sandy and Carol of Austin, Tex.,
and Scotty Plaster of Fort Worth,
Tex., are guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Plaster, 2224
Towns End drive. Mrs. Brooks is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Plas-
ter and Scotty Plaster is their
grandson. Mr. Brooks plans to join
his family for the weekend.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 146, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1955, newspaper, August 19, 1955; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc923921/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.