The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 217, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1943 Page: 4 of 6
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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Wednesday, November 10,1943
The El Reno Daily Tribune Capitol
A Blue Ribbon Newspaper Serving a Blue Ribbon ^(immunity_
RAY J. l»VKK
Editor and Publisher
ASSOCIATED-PRESS is Exclusively entitled to the w of re-
publication of all the news dispatches credited to it or not ciedlted by
this paper, and also to all the local news there n. reserved
All rights of publications of special dispatches herein also are reserved.
By John Owen
Associated Press Correspondent
f-NKLAHOMA CITY. Nov 10—OP)
W —Practieal application of a 36-
• Public Records
«n»mrRTPTION RATES BY MM! IN CANADIAN AMO
DAILY SlBstRllin»> n ■ .njoiNING COrNTIES
BY CARRIER .. .. t| 50
» .20 Tlirce Months *■ "
$2.25 Six Months
_______ $8 00 One Year
i. "luuing Sales Tax
Wed in -da> Vmembei l». I»«
iHlVerB,nlr.nur<yeTa> son”’of them murniurrd.-l far. <« •»
Let’s Get Going
ACCUSATIONS of “stallion ami "apa'li.v | for a full membership in the house
* made ajrainst the majority Party m Uw »" ' ' . (,f representatives should share with
year-old constitutional formula for
apportionment of the 100-plus sents
in Oklahoma's legislature posed ft |
complex proble today for the 1945
A variet y of opinions expressed by
| members of the 19th legislature :
I coupled with dismal failure in past
attempts to enact a mathematical
re apportionment presented the
likelihood that the puzzle still will
be unsolved after the next session
A supreme court opinion drew a ,
big black l ing around the word j
“duty" for the legislature and ltst- |
ed rules It should follow in revising ■
Ks election districts to fit the con ■
stltution. but the court said there j
was nothing it could or should do J
to force the law makers to act.
Said the court, for instance, a
eounty which can't qualify for half ,
___Milan m/illlr^rl •
have1 been ' the constitutional ration required
mafia airaillSI mr •.....f ...«$$ ♦h«l 01 rrpiraniMiuw -----
iwrntiitivp" I>v 16 Republican members. They charge thi othpr E1(,ht flrP m that cate-
resentalives »y v ho|djng ,(fK.k ^station with the tt pointed ou,.
rly J"rZZdiZ T thmiiih. without sufficient de- I " But that constituted the firs,
hate iTthe voar t nd rush. And they have banded together ! tumbling block encountered in the |
^ h he declared intention of eliminating a lot
A A.:____ l Un Iwdlf.uv rtH
n oi raiiioamiig - • huV|. ^nded together ! .tumbling
hate, in the year-end rush. - ljmii'j(ti|1K a )ot nf (,ne. and i8tii legislature when it began eon-
cutting the holiday recess ^shoiU^and foUowlnK thP 194o censtn.
of a model apportion-
rccfssfA, llHU r ‘ i u/*t inn on nipni die ioiinmim w« ah.
\vh:il other iteps they can to speed III • 'House member. implv Min cil tn I
vole to abolish the seat of a rol- I
pend^ff meaHures of these accusation*, it can j leaRIK. for 10 years.
mJSXS......I by «............... h“ S ' ■ ■
constructive accomplishments to its credit in the six uuks
Arless Higjjismith. 49. and Lena j
Criswell. 44. both of Port Smith.
Leslie L Baggett. 23. and Reola
Lydia M. and Albert J. Sch-
Lenn ; roder to J. L. Ehaw. NW 14-14-8.
John Biller to J. L. Shaw NE
Mary Frederick et al to J. L
V Price, 22. both of Oklahoma g)jaw SW 10-14-8: N SW 15-14-8
City. Frank Hufnagel et al to J. L
Warranty Deeds Shaw. NE, NW SW 6-14-8.
jsz sr r-“ss«
‘ troleum company. W SE 36-13-6
,3'14'9 oeorce B. and Attie B. Robbert
Decree of Distribution ^ pPtroieum company. NV
Oklahoma county court to Lottie ,4.13.5
Swatek. cne-third: to Charles M w 4 and Mary V Fletcher t
Swntek. two-ninths; to Roy E. w j McCarty. SW 36-13-5.
Swatek. two-ninths; to Maria Swa- George G. and Beulah L. Wat
tek Bohanon, two-ninths. Three- ,on t0 w w McClure. E 5-11-5.
fourths of part of lots 14 and 15. p P pavne tn George W Deck
6-11-4. three fourths of NE 12- NW 16-10-5.
11-5; three-fourths of lots 3 and David H and Mary Owen t
i 4 W SE 1-11-5. l. W. Washburn F NW NW NV
Executors' Deed 32-11-5. •
Minnie Howard et al to L. C
Pulliam. N SW 2-11-6. I
Jim Foreman et al to Phillipf
Florence B. Boyd and Otis Mc-
Ewen, executors of the estate of
Elhe' ^ui^0nKnneCOo!ieC.welfth Petroleum company. SW 14-11-j
Interest NW 13-14-5
Assignments of Oil and Gas Lease
L O Pulliam to Phillips Petrol-
eum company. N SW 2-11-6
L. W Washburn to Phillips Pe-
Pat*y M. and C. L. Everett «
The Atlantic Refining com pan'
E NW 15-13-6
Joseph and Pennle Smrcka tj
L. O. Pulliam. NW 14-11-6
Golden F and Ola L Shook tl
troleum company E NW. NW NW ^ g you„Kblood w SE 15.12.«
sime its long due summer recess ......
active" to be sure. But not much has come off the
ended. Committees have
much has*come off
E ............ line.
rHK RepubHcnn nro»K HS» fmir "" wh“.h ‘l ^
* Ijeves quick action should l>o forthcoming. Ihtj■ ««
., , , , .; 1 v 1,nest ion • crude oil production as it affects den who is Joining
Eir ;n,r'^r:;S™: m.,r, ^4.......--—-
appropriation requests by government agencies; and th<
opening of judicial channels through which citizens may
This choice of four is marked, quite naturally, by part-
isan emphasis. Perhaps the choice does not include all the
questions that need settling, or even the most important
Hot at least these four are currently causing violent
a AF.RLE LANSDEN. from Beaver
IV1 county, which Is we of the
eight, noted that some other con-
stitutional provisions also had long
awaited fulfillment. Including a
constitutional convention call every
20 years There hasn't been one
ar<> | held since 1907 hr noted. Lans-
the navy, said
the next .session
he'd vote to give eaeh of the smaller
counties a representative as at pres-
The constitution could stand a
working over anyway, observed John |
Steele Batson. Loce county member. I
| He holds the belief It could be con- I
densed into n much smnller docu- ]
ment under present conditions.
Raymond Gary of Mad ill. a sena-
tor whose district Includes Love
county, expressed belief each county
should be guaranteed one represen-
liehinri (he Scenes
BY PETER EPSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
UST how d: rgerous a man is John L. Lewis to the country s wel-
The Elmo Ri.pcr organization conducted a survey on this point for 11 dlimed If ole Hopalcmg
W W. McClure to Sinclair Prai- I
rie Oil company. E 5-11-5.
George W Deck to Sinclair ,
Prairie Oil company NW 16-10-5.
Release of Oil and Gas Lease
O. G. Hannum and B W Frank
to Thomas and Anna A. Miller
| Release of Inheritance Tax Lien
Oklahoma tax commission to
OLLYWOOD, Nov. 10 ~<u *'— | Charles m. Swatek. administrator
Of the estate of M. A. Swatek.
By Ernest Foster
United Press Correspondent
Fortune Magn: ne and *ot o surprising answer. The specific ques- j Casgldy ain't sleuthed his »'°y | Three-fourths interest NE 12-11-5;
fleets or infects the temjMir of the whole country.
The subsidy problem is one that ought U> lie settled I
miicklv Until congress decides whether it will continue tative Love county is one ofthe
lit,.' the Com modi tv Credit corp»*ration. farmers can- | eight to which the court referred
the life of the t ommcsmy ,..hl „rn- 1 Gary rio,s not believe both houses
not plan with any confidence for tbeii 1M4 1
dacing the greatest ftstd supply in our history, lhe P>t;s|-
dent made nn impressive ap|»eftl for the present subsidy
operation in his message to congress. But it only increased
Inn which the Fortune surveyors asked first was.
-Are there nny prominent individuals in this coun-
1, ,. whn you feed might ho harmful to the future of
the country unless they are curbed?”
Fifty-two per cent said, "yes,” aiyl when they
wro asked if they had anybody particular in
mind. 70 per cent mentioned John L. Lewis No-
body else was close. A man named Frankiir. D.
Roosevelt was second on the list, but he (rilled only
55 ,,pr cent of the yes votes, being only one-tenth
of one per cent above a man named Heniy Wal-
I ice Tuking Roosevelt and Wallace together, they
would poll oniy 10.9 per cent of the votes in this un-
p | iii ,i t> poll, which would make them only IHM
one-seventh ns haripful ns lewis.
through another of those sage-
brush sagas and never once kissed
the purty leading lady.
lots 3 and 4. W SE 1-11-5.
Oil and Gas leases
MathiasA and Anna Wlewal to
This makes just about the 53rd ' j. l. Shaw. E 8-14-8; NE 16-14-8
time that old Hoppy <that's Bill
Boyd i has made lik» a hero all
over the place end never did he
once let one of them Uttle fillies
Only his horse. Topper, gets any
attention from the ole Hopper.
In this picture, another Harry
activity of the sizable opposition group in both PMr,jl‘s>, state
* ... • .a A I. aia.,.!. J.t DlllkWllllllC CHI. .
Much of this opposition is not t«. the principle «*f stibsUlies.
hut to the present application. The problem is not jnsolu >le,
anti it ought to lw threshed out with no more delay.
..JAUiY necessary to domestic tranquilitv is a settle- _ _____ _
men! of the long and bitter quarrel over “government |,oma counties, and the rest accord
bv directive” Congress and the agencies, particularly Ol’A, I lng t„ population
are constantly at each other’s throats over broad inter- ------ ” ^
covered that tT.i opinion was he.rt by ,o per cent of the salauen
executives, 'it) pei cent of the factory labor and 56 per cent of other
urban labor, even the lowest of which is a high couni.
'PHIS survey is of extra added interest at this time because of the
1 ,.o0| crisis lor which Lewis, of course, vis the blame, being the
I nersonaiity in ihc depute What would be of stin more inter-
est would be < I toll of government policy makers on what they th»sv.
of John L l^v is. tor all through the eight '°"* "’ontha that lhe irun-
ers' wile Hen ,nds • .ve been kicked around, there has been evidence
he ,g used to the fullest advantage ^possible m
lion because "tire thickly populated
areas would dominate the legislature
and would write the laws of our
Joseph and Augusta Rot her to
J. L Shaw NE 4-14-8: NW 3-
Frank A. and Elizabeth Rother
to J. L Shaw. SW 3-14-8; NW
10-14-8; SE 9-14-8
Everett M. and Marie Freise to
J. L. Shaw EW 4-14-8
John P. and Carol Rother to
J. L. Shaw W 11-14-8
J. Mitchell Hnu to J. L Shaw.
The senate. Gary contended,
should remain at 44 members and
the districts as they are
The court held that the 44 mem-
bers should be distributed different-
ly, two each to Tulsa and Okla -
Murrell H. Thornton. Muskogee
rfUl |UM lltlYi thiHKwi "uo ........ —• • .... .
c.,K>e.-.e...................... are now scarcely be- i Miuitton mienoeo in.. 797o°Mc t'n< I lol'id'loM.'Mnt^'the promising land of the WiPkie
arrived ul qiiK'kly <u tasily. but they are now sum.i.x * aerate should always represent.) ^ ‘.Vhc 'nlod 'di.-M
numerically, the people of the
nrptation* of the war powers granteo the president nv scnaior. r\‘
arrived at quickly or easily, but the:
yond the fussing and fuming stage.
These are not all of the causes *
of course. But if even in these we could approach the gov-
ernment's unanimity of feeling on foreign policy, th»
might be moved toward its conclusion a little faster.
Frank E and Della Rose Bleich- Ca,"™ (c
man to J. L. Shaw NW 12-14-8
Nettle and W. M Oarrlson to
J. L. Shaw'. Lots 3 and 4. S NW
Alms Ann Graves to J L Shaw.
W SE 2-14-8
W. L. Stephens and Lydia L.
Stephens to J. L. Shaw SW 8-
WtoA to destroy ;.ew,' ^..Vudly There arc plenty of people In
high government positions who believe it would be a healthy thing to
Thom ton con-
Yet' time af'.er lime during the last eight months of negotiation,
over the nunc v rned that ibere ha- been more interest
“ ..... ..... like to st>e him out of the pic-
;:;m,*** nicy. ,h..... j
tV snoiuu evrr or irpn*wiw\i i ^ure. nmun»ii> —••• - r.
more than seven representatives was | unfot’Rixable sin of ImvniR broken^
Florida polict caught a youth about to swipe a plane jjj Jthe^ptw J,,v|,<knce stdi
v tc indicate that the cool rase could have been
for a joy ride. No telling where he'd have landed.
of larger counties would be some
Thornton favored effectuating ar-
ticle 13406 which he sold provided
that each state senator should rep-
Mach time him) fretting would I- mved «>«»«' home | JTJST JLTTt
by having rujrs with designs like cijrarot a.^hos.
Diplomacy means saying things in such a way that
nobody knows exactly what you mean.
,, :,,m more favorable than seem likely
’ l0 din:; on. unsettled, is the worst mistake
The result, in the coal ease
now. Permitting an1,
limelight continuously, m.d,
more prumintml pelnieally than he really may e«._ _
In a Pennsylvania town laundry fire-girl workers saved
a fireman. And they didn’t pull the buttons off his shirt.
and that If pny county is entitled to
more I ban three It should have j
them, thus expanding the 4-man |
mrmbershin of the present senate
Since scientists are so good at digging up things, we I
O.ry likened the apportionment I Thp El rp„0 Da»V Indus
of the -*'it« senate to that of the Tribune FI It no Oklahoma Nov information for bidders form of i vin>
purty 111 gal.
When ole Hoppy pulls out that
ft rty-four and starts banging
away those lumberjacks sure do
make tracks through the woods.
California, that Andy Clyde, and
that up-and-coming young feller,
that's Jimmy Rogers, help clean
up on the ornery critters, toe.
When the smoko clears away
there is handsome Hcpp and his
two cowpals squintin' at the sun
to see how the werther's holding
for their trip back to the Bar-20
ranch. ._____ 1 HH |
Then, before you can say Hopa- |8 NE. SE 3-14-8; SW 2-14-8
long Cassidy they are mounted and ; John Hau to J. L. Shaw
jogging down the road, leaving the I r»-14-8; NW 8-14-8
purty 111 gal Just standing In the
read waving good-by.
Ole Hopp's heart must be In his
work He's saved so many purty
Uttle fillies you'd think cne of
them would la)so him. But not
ole heart-breaker Hoppy He Just
smiles at 'em and gives his black
10-gallon skimmer a yank and
rides off Into the sunset.
Hoppy explains that hts pants
are too tight to bend his knees,
and you can't propcse to a gal
' unless you're kneeling.
He says that's why he never gets
himself Involved with hts leading
George W and Laura A. Select
man to Kathleen H L/vosen N
Maggie Gesina Meuggenborg f
al to J. L Shaw Lots 1 and I
8 NE 6-14-6; NE. NW 11-14-7.
Allie M and E. J. Hostetter t
Kathleen H. Loosen. S 7-14-6.
M C and Stella Ogles to S. 1
Howard NE. N N SE 10-11-7.
Ra\ O. and Adlna WaUace
Kathleen H Loosen. NE 24-14-7.
George W. and I a lira A. Select
mart to Kathleen H. Loosen. 8l
S NE 12-14-7.
Dietrich R ZumMnllen et al 1
J. L. Shaw. NE 15-14-7; SE It
Albert J and Oertrude D. Mue<
genborg to Van C. Smith S
D. W. and Daisy Maxon to Va
C. Smith. SW 10-11-7.
William and Lizzie Dnnnehl i
Van C Smith E NE 25-14-7.
John Hau to J. L. Shaw b
George J. and Katherine Al
to J. L. Shaw. NW 1-14-9.
Alonzo Clinton and Laura Al
The Texu compar
Look and Learn
1. Is it true that the turn!
on and off of an electric llg
and Anna Glelch- switch consumes more cum
pian to J. L. Shaw 3E 10-14-8. than allowing it to bum for a f
Peter and Evelyn Grellncr to minutes?
Lots 3 and 4. 8 2. What two states produced I
J. L. Shaw.
NW 4-14-8 first six presidents of the DM
Vincent F and Patronella Ro- Slateg?
ther to J .L. Shaw. Lots 1 and 2. 3 what queen married a |
SE 4 What difference is there
tween the words "coiffeur" 1
Laura Dorland et al to J. L. .coiffUrc?"
Ehaw SW 13-14-8 5 Approximately how mi
teeth has a purpotae?
No; the switch does not c
Violet Dorland Porter to J L.
Shaw SW 13-14-8
Johanns Determan to J. L Ehaw
Frank H and Margie Bnustert sume anv current,
to J. L. Shaw. SE 4-14-8 2 Virginia and Massachusett
Harry Otto Reimers to J L. 3 Queen Christian of Sp
Shaw SW 9-14-8: NW 16-14-8 who married Private Munoz, wl
Franz A. and Oertrude C. Ro- she made a duke
ther to J L. Shaw NE 11-14-8 4 A coiffeur is a male h
Edward B nnd Marv M Hoe- dresser, while a coiffure Is an
blng to J. L. Shaw. SE 11-14-8; rangement of the hair.
NW 13-14-8; NE 14-14-8. 5 About 256
suggest they turn their efforts to more ration |mints.
With the butter situation as it is. it’s now a question
whether half a loaf of brent! is better than none.
lng that hts district has more rep-
I resent at Ion
) state senate than Tulsa
* • *
CTREETEK SPEAKMAN Creek
county house member, described | homn
>. 10, 11, II. 1$. 1948JM
NOTICE TO BIDDER#
Maybe he really
In o Ja.n.
district has more rep- „■ ^"fumishinv and ** CWtTV'coK Maybe if old Hoppy came across
proportionately in Hir j.„b F.1 Reno. Oklahoma City ^erk or copi lining on her own
delivery f ob
may be obtained” from the City some 111 frill sitting
front porch, rocking away
Specifications on file in the office
ot the Ctt'. Clerk of El Reno. Okla-
check made payable to the City of out a worry
a dress or two wtth-
Ixwrk out for the ix'nnle who are glad to Stick to you— [himself as nn advocate of it
for all you are worth.
check made payable
El Reno and shall b<
I D'nvsen as an nuv«»,P ... - 1 *V*IU**'verT»«-.xfVzVotS. driven pump become the property of Et Keno. in )ovf Bnd kU»
the world, he
.....ii....- ..iriven numo. become the property of El Reno, in , vp ktss her right then and
FAMOUS SOCIAL WORKER
Answer to Previous Putile
|M C G E. t]
Laundry workers in the went were refused a court
injunction. Another lost union suit—and in these chilly
Down Memory I jane
Nov. 10, 1902
Mr. Aiden Benedict will present a dramatization by
Charles W. Chase of Marie Corelli’s popular novel. “Thel-
ma.” at the opera house on Wednesday. Nov. 12.
A new photographer is in the city. W. F. Simea of
Monett. Mo., has fitted up a complete photograph gallery
in the Owens building over the El Keno State hank.
Total enrolment for El Reno schools for period end-
ing Oct. 31 was 951.
supreme court opinion, which was
written bv Justice Thurman Hurst, tlons:
The court placed lhe key to lhe Depth well MJJe
remedy In the hands of the coun-
ties discriminated against," said
8peakman. "The remedy is to elect
strong representatives who will car-
ry out the opinion of the roiyg ''
Spenkman described the opinion
as "able, sensible and prac tical "
"The few counties now discrimi-
nated against must fight their own
battles to fulfill the suggestions
there found.” he said
<sr“* ■"“tKJss f.75SK-.a ;
tools, and equipment for construc-
tion and completion of wells ac-
Standing level below top of
well. 20 feet. ,
Pumptm level below top of
well. 40 feet.
Pumping head above top of
weU. 75 feet.
Total Pumping Heacl 125 fret
Capacity of Pump. 400 U_ 8. OPM
The total pumping head does not
cording to Specifications
The City reserves the right to re- j
Ject any and all bids.
Pumps will be furnished and set
under separate contract.
El Reno. Oklahoma
Problem a Day
iltowSi Co.w«mn« Mectomtoil Engineer
elenev of the pumplng unit shall Oklahoma City. Okla
be as’ hlRh ns practicable consistent
with good gene ral t'rslR't .
Bids will be received by the City
"We eannot depend upon those ! C|prk Bt |,cr cjfflce until 7:30 p
Nov. 10. 1933
Lyle Bros# is in high spirits these dHys and the rea-
son is that he is the owner of u fine new tuba horn.
Bill Bynum of Amarillo, Tex., visited today in the
counties not discriminated against.
A half dozen able state senators
esn remedy the evil — there has
scarcely been a time that a half
rioeen able men In the state senate
could not control that body.
"The house of representatives
cannot remedy an evil existing In
the state senate. The remedy la in
the hands of the voters."
November 19. 1943 nnd then pub-
licly opened and read.
The Information for bidders form
of bid. specifications, nnd contract
may be examined at the office of
Lesson in English
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED Do
not say. "I shall not go without I
A man finds that It will take 15
carpenters and 10 helpers 24 days
to put up a certain building, but he
has only 12 carpenters and 8 help-
ers available. How many days will
the work require?
Thirty davs. Explanation -The
men are 4-5 of the number re-
quired for 24 daya; divide 24 by
the City Clerk■ « «£lr» of th# h>vp your consent" Say, "unless Date BwretU Matches
home of Mr. nnd Mrs. (Radnor A. Barnard. 614 South Hoff
Mrs. M. E. Lucuh of Minneapolis, Minn., ft former El
Reno resident who in visiting friends here, was the dinner
guest last night of Mr. and Mrs. Don Allison, 720 South
Dr. P. F. Herod 917 South Rock Tslnnd avenue, and
(’. V’ Uitokm-'n of ( i r! o Ir.vc returned from several
’ is’ hunting trio ntai Magdalena, N. M.
Wheat Se«Nling 1#
STILLWATER, Nov. 10 —<U.R>—
The weekly Oklahoma crop and
weather report says the 1944 wheat
crop seeding is about completed.
Some areas report farmers ore
continuing to drill la the duet and
others are replanting where the
.)-nft1 "r, wer due to a rombtoa-
i'V—' <i«'tricnit ir.o^alufe end low
I quality reed
The City reserves the right
reiect any and all bids.
F.l Reno. Oklahoma
C. Z. Woodworth
Consulting Mechanical Engineer
Oklahoma City, Okla
Discharge. Accent both noun and
Co-Kds and Trainee#
PUUJ4AN, Wash., Nov. 19—(U8'
verb on last syllable, not the first, _^ co-ed and cadet date bureau
(Published In The El Reno Dally
Tribune, El Reno Oklahoma. Nov.
9. 10. 11. i2. 14, 1943 i
NOTJCT TO BIDDER#
Sealed Bids will be received by
,oo often heard
OFTEN MISSPELLED Respira-
tion. p*r. not per.
SYNONYMS Frustrate, defeat
baffle, balk, thwart, outwit.
WORD STUDY: "Uae a word
three times and It Is yours" L«t
ua Increase our vocabulary by mas
the Cltv of El Reno, Oklshoma un- j tertng one word each day. Today s
ill 7;30 p. m. November 19, 1»43. for |WOrd: PARALLELISM, parallel
the construction of two (2) wnter | quality of state; preclae
"Sniders shah m«Ve n lumn s\im 1 dcncc
•There is a certain d»rce-
t.f nsr-He'.lrb in th? liven of a.I
has been established at Washing-
ton State college as a means of
establishing social contact* between
army trainees and women stu-
At the time of registration this
fall each co-ed was given a date
bureau card. Height* and even
preference in color of hair will
be matched both for the women
eni the office*- oandldatea. The
lu- ou *v * ti“ t—t rt‘. by rseoclnt-
id wnun mid* ids.
9 Baby dog
10 Operatic solo
13 Narrow way
14 Part of plant
17 High card
18 Pint (abbr )
|g Postscript >
21 Neither A
26 On account
32 Natural powei
39 Red Cros*
40 Selenium ■■
42 Indian Army
43 Armv bed
49 Horse’g foot
54 Print measure
50 Till ee sirgn »
IMOLLYI IMC G E. tl
JpR A L Ej_Bft I L sL
Tr TT A.. C5 ,RN S* H
nr i es1
O 8 ESE
57 Frozen water
58 She Is noted
8 Look over
9 Moves with
measured step 48 Part of Ian
28 Placed at
33 Curved stru
34 News beef
35 Bright ccloi
44 Pedal digit
47 9'hitc ice
1 Sixth month
12 Group of
20 Distress signal
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 217, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1943, newspaper, November 10, 1943; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924098/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.