The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 55, No. 117, Ed. 1 Monday, July 15, 1946 Page: 2 of 8
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For July 16, 17 and 18
Advertising Manager 1 Public Records
m Hem (Otk.) Ddfr TrUm
The Klwanis club of Hinton, is !
staging a Victory rodeo on July j
16. 17. and 18 which will celebrate !
the victory won by allied armed
forces in World War II.
Tlie Hinton club had. for many j
years prior to the world war
sponsored an annual rodeo which
had grown to be one of th- largest
In the southwest, but u.pon the
■mmencing of hostilities on Dec.
7. 1941, the club voted to discon-
tinue Us rodeo during the war. as
requested by the late President
Donald F. Boevers. 23, of Union
! CUy. and Dorothy Maxine Wiede-
mann. 19. of El Reno.
Everett Charles Banks vs. Marie
Almitti Banks. Petition for decree
Mrs. J. H. Gilchrist vs. D. I.
Johnston. Suit for 120.900 as dam-
ages for personal injuries and
R. D and Ruth Barrett to An-
ton and Mary Krshka Tract in
Henry F and Olive Hanson and
Emily J. Hanson to EJlwyn and
Dollie Mae Rowe Tract in 35-11-
Part of block. 6. Meridian Heights
addition. El Reno.
and Maudle B. McAtee. Lots ( and
10. blofck 1, Nighswander sub-
Mrs. Theresa A. Parthan -tot'<* "block ITS,
James L. and Ora B. Rogers. Lots
43 and 44, block 14. Fair addition,
William and Nannie Stewart to
Hubert D. and Laura Gray. Part of
lot 2. block 5, Stewart's addition,
Lillie Adams Ooode to James W.
H. J. Davis to J. C. Penney
company. Space on second floox
at 115 South Bickford avenue.
Oil and Gas Lease
E. C. and Bmellne L. Loosen to
Floyd C. Comer. NE 30-13-9 and
TiraRMOPOLlS0 thl* l**r- Murphy, who
THERMOPOLIS, Wyo. —(U.R>— captured honors last year with a
Sunday, July 14, 1946
---- — — w-» ------- " J— t-uptuic
Mm^>h^ of^Thennopolls plant
eight feet, six Inches tall.
----- his crop this year is
joining “Spinach “slightly ahead of last season.”
Oalen P. Dickson of Dallas, T
Is spending the week-end with 1
and Mrs. T. L. Hester. 815 Sun
~ NOTICE -
We're Not Closing for Good. . . We're Just
Going To Close Our Front Door Until July 22nd
Dale c. Rogers.1 Jr.,
. . has been
named- advertising and sales pro-
Fellx N and Arnle Una Smith to
Franklyn and Harriet E. Scott.
No rodeo has been .staged since motion malmger of Mid-Continent
the summer of 1941 by the Hinton Petroleum corporation with head-
c ub. but Immediately after the quariers in Tulsa. Rogers appoint-
close of the war plans were started me„t fills Ule position vacated bv
for resuming the entertainment. the duaUl 0f A P McGiath last
•Hte Victory rodeo will be a night Janualy. Boni ln Sprd " k
m0,ha', ^ Pr°m .l° "I' 0n° Hogers was ..-artel in Houston Lx'
ti e best rodeos ever staged by the alld atu.nd,d lhl, nnlWs|t of
Hinton club promoters say The MKsourt clUel, J a°[
rodeo committee already has com- vc,llldn n,.ld F(J| ,,x 1
pleted contracts for the best rodeo '
Ulcnt obtainable. pnsldtnt of ! Rogers-Gano agency at
Houston before entering .service m
Profits derived from the annual the marine cqrps. Upon dtscliaige he
Klwanl.s rodeo are used bv th ■ became associated with the Ratclliie
Hinton club for maintaining and «, ency In Dallas
supporting the Kiwanis Canyon
... To Remodel and Repair our Cafe
... To Serve You Better i i 12
park located one mile south of
Hinton. Tlie area is open to the
public as a free park and used by
many persons ln Canadian county
as a recreation center.
HADLEY. Mass . July 11 —(U.R1—,
A Hadley poo, who has been blind
since he was 10 Is serving as an j
inspiration to sightless veterans of
World Wars I and II.
Tlie American Legion post here
has voted to furnish free copies of i
Clarence Hawkes' book “Hitting
the Dark Trail" to 1,500 blind
World War II veterans. The book
is Hawkes' autobiography and
after World War I was mailed to
5.000 blind French veterans.
Hawkes now Is 63 years old
When lie was nine, lie sprained
an ankle returning home from
school and the leg was amputated
below the knee. After that his
eyesight gradually disappeared.
By tlie time he was 20 he had
partially educated himself and was
earning his living as a lecturer He
attended the Perkins Institution
for the blind and started to com-
bine writing verses with lecturing
After 25 years of lecturing, he
gave it up to devote himself to
writing books, of which he has
Eugene Brleux, the French dra-
matist. helped him publish ills
autobiography in Braille for tlie
blind soldier of France. He got
nothing for the translation but
says it was the "best-paying thing
I ever did."
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Riles for Infant
Graveside rites for the infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. S
Ayers, Geary route 3. were held at
2 p. m. Saturday in the Red Rook
cemetery. The babv dic'd Friday
afternoon in a local hospital.
Wilson funeral home was in
charge of arrangements.
TiiloitJ to fit tlir ip lutcctuic
o! »Ouf home, SLATS-O-
WOOL) • mining* «tf good
looking, long lolling «nd
• conomicgl. A pkonc .all
bang out our dcugnri to
g>'f you « ft«e «»tiin«t« on
diets custom built oidi to
I OH MILL ESTIMATE
See or Call
MRS. ELMER SCHWAB
I lit- mechanics ami procedure of makinjf (J1 Loans
have been revised and simplified. It is now pos-
sibh- to arrange financiiijr for new construction >r
purchase of existing properly.
20 Years to Pay
Payments are *6.Of pet month, |hi- $1,000.00, in-
cluding interest and principal. We have our local
A MESSAGE TO Gl’s
If you contemplate future purchase or building of
a home, let us send in your original military dis-
charge immediately for your certificate of eligi-
bility, t.> avoid delay. Discharge will be returned
with eligibility certificate.
Hallie McCartney Real Estate
Insurance & Loans
207 North liickford
61.....FHA.....OR PERSONAL LOANS
W. C. Samples 219 Sunset
I Will Kmp Oklahoma Moioy ii Oklahoma Baaki
Wh«n my present opponent retired as Assistant
State Treasurer, January llth, 1943, there was
$23,000,000 of Oklahoma money in New
York hanks ... Oklahoma money in New York
at tka present time, NONE! ... It will ba my
policy to kaap Oklahoma money In Oklahoma
W. D. HASTINGS
VOTES CAST FOR
STATE TREASURER, July 2nd, 1946 - - 260,597
My Pretent Opponent Received - . 65,525
VOTES AGAINST MV PRESENT OPPONENT 195^072—
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 55, No. 117, Ed. 1 Monday, July 15, 1946, newspaper, July 15, 1946; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924438/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.