The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 57, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 12, 1938 Page: 2 of 8
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
THURSDAY, MAY 12, 191
MICKEY TEACHES BRIDE TO DIVE
La rtf o Croup Entertained
KY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
CALUMET, May 12— Mr. and
Mr Ross Cubbage and Mrs Fran- j
i Cornell entertained members
of the Calumet Alumni associa-
te .11 with a party Monday evenlrg
in the grade school building
Tlit evening was spent in play- |
Ir.g dominoes. Miss Helen Mont-
gr.mery scored high and Miss Thel-
ma Lauglilln held low score for
the ladles, while Albert Power was
high and Fra^k Hutchison scored
lew for the men. I
After a brief busineas meeting.
1 re.-hments were served to Mr
fvd Mrs. M E Thompson, Mi
and Mrs. Frank Hutchison. Mr
ri'i Mn. T'>m Hurst. Miss Helen
Muntgcinery. Miss Kathryn Leigh-
ton. Miss Laverne Perwrlght. Miss
Geraldine Crump, Miss Oortnne
Power. Mrs Bluest Lilly, Mrs. Olen
Henrlchsen. Charles Steanaon. Al-
bert Power and the hosts.
Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hill have !
an nr i: need tire hjrth of a sever-
prund daughter on Saturday. May
7. to whom they have given the
r.nme ol Patricia Louise. The in-
fon! was born at the home of Mrs
Mr and Mrs 1)111 -
Mr and Mrs Buster Balenli of
Ti Isa ..pent the week-end wlUi
her parerta. Mr. and Mrs. Qeorgi
LauglWin, and with friends In Cal-
Miss Ruby Ridgway of Oklahoma >
Cltv la spending this week with her !
Parents. Mr and Mrs. M Rldg-
It was to honor her mother,
Mn, J. A Power, on her 70th j
birthday, that Mrs W R. Miller
entertained with a dinner in her
home Pretest were Mr. and Mrs
F Cash of Oklahoma City. Mr and
Mr; Olen Power and family. Dr. j
MICHIGAN FAMILY AGAIN INCREASED BY TWO
Merchants Nosed Out By
A two bftse blow by Banks,
sccrlng R Barker In the last of
the seventh inning, gave a 6-5
\lctory to Fort Reno over the Mer-
chants In Wednesday night's El
Reno Commercial Softball league
game at the fairgrounds
LIFE OP RILEY—Mickey Riley, 1932 Olympic diving champion,
was recently married In Yuma, Ariz., to Marjorie Hopper 36-
year-old blonde divorcee. Here he la teaching his bride to dive, at
Palm Springs, Cal., where both are employed. It was Mickey's first
marriage. He plans a mid-West exhibition tour
S Niles. If
D * Niles, rf
K. Niles, p
H. Barker. 3b
H Cox. lb
R Barker, p
Score by Innings: R H
Merchants 100 211 0—5 11
* 103 Oil
Third Bridge At
GIRL TWINS — About a year
and a half ago Mrs. Thelma
Murray, 25, of Dearborn Mich.,
presented her husband, Warner
Murray, factory foreman, twin
girl babies. Recently she made a
similar presentation, as shown
here. Left to right, the newly
born twins are Barbara Lou and
Beverly Jean, with older twins,
Evelyn Pay and Marilyn Kay.
K W -fi
TULSA, May 12- (U.Ri—Constr.
tion of a third bridge across I
Arkansas river here was urged
a far-reaching highway report si
mitted by the Tulsa chamber
commerce to the state highw
commission for consideration in
next two-year program.
Long study and cooperation
:» number of separate groups w;
into ccmplliation of the repi
chamber officials said.
Cther proposals ireluded: wldi
| ing of the Sand Springs road *
the tSklntook road, elimination
I the highway curve east of Spei
! construction of an overpass at
Frisco railroad north of Av
station and construction of a
destria' overpass at the Frl
crossing on Lewis avenue In Tu
and re-routing of highway 64 wh
now goes to Keystone— throi
Sand Springs, to Osage City t
thence to Cleveland.
Miss Mary Frances Felton
Little Rock. Ark., arrived W
nesday for a visit with her moll
Mrs. J. H Lewis, and Mr. Lei
1105 South Macomb avenue.
‘Mechanical Luntf’ Is
From Assorted Junk
Sunday dinner guests at the C.
S Blanton home were Mrs. B O.
A baseball team from South- Iin(, daughters. Ruth
an! Mrs W R Miller and son western State Teachers college In oladVR and Mlirv lw Alvin White
Bill, the honoree and hostess Weatherford squeezed out a 5-4 . , .
Miss Opal Swaffer of El Reno victory ,avn a club composed of
spent the week-end with her par- inmates' of the United 8tatex
8uinmary -First or balls off K
Niles 2; off Roblyer 1. Left on.
bases. Port Reno 3: Merchants 8
First base on errors, Port Reno
2; Merchants 4. Two-base hits.
Gilmore. Banks. Bail com, Atkin-
son and K Niles Struck out by
Barker 2: bv K Niles 4; by Roblyer
1. i Double plays. Otimore to Cox
Umpires. John Mowre and Prank
Mr. and Mrs O H Radrliff and
AMONG HIGH 10
COLLEOE STATION. Tex., —(A*!
—T. A. Murrah of Bartlesville.
Okla, was one of 10 candidates for
valedictory honors this year at
ents, Mr and Mrs. Jim Swaffer southwestern reformatory Wednes- family Mr and Mrs. F J Rad-
Miss Nora Belle Schiel spent d#y in „ Kame played at the re- cliff and family wore Sunday guests
the week-end In Oeary. fnrmatory. *< the home of Mr and Mrs. O.
Miss Mary Lassen of Wichita The win for the collegians came W Radrliff of Yukon
Kan. spent the week-end wlUi |n the sixth Inning when Martlr Mr and Mrs Anion Kolar and Texas A and M college
Mrs Elsie Carnahan hit a homerun to bring In Hlcker- family were Sunday dinner guests-----— ---
t W Hamilton. L. 'A Oadman Mn and Oardner. both of whom of Mr. and Mrs. M J. Patzack. trict visited school Monday after-
rind son. Arthur, of Altua. and had singles Up to this time the Mr and Mrs David Eades of noon
Rudolph Ewelacher. spent 8un- ! Bulldogs had been trailing 3-1 Scott spent Sunday at Uie B. B.1 Mr and Mrs Novak spent Satur-
day with Mr and Mrs J. A Lack of hitting power proved Holliday home day evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Hamilton ard family to be the factor contributing to Mr and Mrs Arthur Kirkegard Anton Kouba of Yukon.
Hazel Andersen, student the Inmates' loaa. Williams pilch- ,|)< |1( Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Tom Kirkegard
n' O C W In Chlckasha. spent ing (for the reformatory, allowed Tony Kirkegard of Yukon and family spent Sunday at the
the week-end with her parents nine hits while MulUra. Bulldog Mr Hl)d Mrs s H Manning and JUn Miller home
Mr and Mrs Louie Andersen hurler permitted only six Mullins igon BU,y vlsHed Mrs Ted Huckins
SEATTLE. May 12— «U.P—Martin
Cohn, garageman. has made a"me-
chanical lung" from an old sewing
machine, some sheet metal, auto-
mobile parts and pieces of rubber
The corlrlvance functions the
same way as do the "iron lungs"
tlwt are used in keeping alive per-
sons whose lungs are affected by
Infantile paralysis. It has a plate
that fits over a patient's breasts
A motor creates a vacuum under
the breastplate, causing the pa-
tients lungs to expand and irhale
Air Is then pumped back Into the
spare between the plate and the
breast forcing the patient to ex-
* Modern Etiquette
Tty ROBERTA LEE
Q. What does It Indicate when
a hotel guest. In his or her room,
talks ynd laughs so loud that
guests in adjacent rooms are dis-
A. It Indicates ill-breeding, and
j if the hour is late, or It is too
disturbing, one is perfectly Justified
in telephoning a complaint to the
Q. In what place should the
bridegroom's mother be seated at
(he wedding breakfast?
A She should be seated at the
right of the; bride's father
Q. What Is considered the most
imple and most satisfactory form
A. "Mr Crane. Mr Perry."
To The Voters
of Canadian County—
Thanks for permittintf my nom-
ination without opposition from
Democrat or Republican party. I
will do my best to merit vour con-
Mr and Mrs M E Thompson at-
was relieved by Montgomery in
tended a convention of the Okla- j the ninth, who gave out no hit* g“”dgv'
ham Bankers association in Tulsa Score by innings R H E
j.n' week Southwestern 000 100 310 5 9 3
Miss ArmtKJa TYiompson, student V E 8 R
In Hill's Business university at --
Oklahoma City spent the
and little daughter In Oklahoma
Mr and Mrs Novak spent Sun-
000 201 01(E 5 6 2 d»v wlt*' Mr and Mn< °tne F',x
»nd with her parents. Mr and
Mrs. Leslie Thompson
3u’ day dinner guests of Mr and
Mrs Jerome Adams wer* Mr and
Mr Farl Dsvts nnd family. Mr
HOW CAN I?
By ANN ASHLEY
Mr and Mrs Jim Kolar and
family were Suhday visitors In El
Jewel Hickcrson of Libert dls-
l.niplrlr Auto Eire. Servlee.
Parts That Fit! Batteries
301 South Bickford
Q How can I slop nose-bleed?
A. Nose-bleed often can be stop-
and Mrs Floyd Duncan and son ped by applying cold compresses
Poarch and family
P< «reh. t
Mr and Mrs
tr wrap a piece of Ice In a clo*h
Mrs J W Every has received
wntd that her uncle. P J Fllklns. ' to "linens?
Q How can I remove the small
brown spots from lemo-a?
A Place the lemons In cold
water lor about fifteen minutes,
and Chen scrub with a vegetable
brush. The specks will come off
without harming the lemons
Q How can I give a beautiful
WE SELL BLACKSMITH COAL
WE ROM, mSCS-TRUE CRANKSHAFTS
LANMAN FORT. 8 MCH. CO.
of Pomona Calif. Is very seriously
111 and not expected to recover
Mr and Mrs Fllklns formerly
lived In this community.
J W Every and son. John, scent
Sunday In Norman with their
da uchter and sister. Mrs O. D
Sims, and Mr Sims
Mr and Mrs Olen Brecham.
Clinton. Mr and Mrs Ed Hunt |
and son of Okarche Ralph Royse. |
Jr . Edward Werner and A. T |
Bmdemon were 8unday dinner
guests of Mr and Mrs B L I
Sunday dinner guests of Mr and !
Mrs Albert Heckes were Mr and
Mrs. Charles Cook Oklahoma City.
Mr and Mrs Joe Kelly. Marvin
Karl Rice. Mr and Mrs Ben Bog-
gess of El Reno
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Royse. son.
Vlrdln, and F. M. Tblbert spent the
week-end In Pauls Valley visiting
with Mrs Royse's brothers and
their families. Mr Tolbert remain-
ed there to vUit this week
Sunday dinner gutst* in the J. W |
Every home were Mr ahd Mrs
Olen Heffron. Oklahoma City, Mr
nnd Mrs Loros Helfron and Ray-
mond Bannister of El Reno After-
noon visitors were Mr and Mrs
8j)enccr Barnhill of Kingfisher
Mr and Mrs A. V. Dillingham,
Mias Emma Nleman of Central
Stale Teachers college, Edmond. I
spent the week-end with her par-
ents, Mr and Mrs Fred Nleman.
A Add a few Ur<g>s of glycerine
to the starch
rpilK rich gold color of (loci*
1 COUNTRY CUB "Itrd label”
it Miles waat of El Rena
Munir By Italdy Martin And
HU 7-Ptse* Orchestra
•» imi Till ?
Br«*r invite* you to a mnle/.v«u»
with the* mellowest flavor you ever
laat«*d! Enjoy one bottle ami you'll
be pain with this fully-aged better
quulity beer • for life! Order front
your uearbv deuler or favorile tavern.
v Sic Sits )
Removes (’orns I
I 29c I
$2.00 Size |
I S.S.S. Tonic I
I $1.67 I
m 50c Size (
1 IPANA I
|| Tooth I‘ante §
i ^ sill "i
I Pyrogene *
1 Tooth Paste I
“HONOR ROLL” Gifts for GRADUATES
Those graduates on vour lUt will get an add-
ed thrill from their achievements if you
selects gifts from the many suggestions
we have to show you—Billfold*. Fountain
Pens. Kodaks. Compacts and a hundred oth-
er suitable ideas.
SHOP FIRST AT JONES FOR TIMELY GIFTS
With lb. Can of Johnson's
Wax—or pt. Glo-Coat with
AT OUR FOUNTAIN
All Kinds of Sandwiches
The Giant Size!
PERFUMED BATH SALTS . .5 lb. Bag 49c
BATH TABLETS.............6 for 27c
SANITARY NAPKINS ... SO in Pkg. 59c
HRING IN Q
FILMS AT- J
A. M. Call Hack For
PICTURES AT 5
Cameras at Lowest Prices
See The New Clipper Camera*—Only $5.(K>
2 for 51c
50c Size SAL HEPAT1CA...........49c
1 Pound Can
jigjBEE^g M y tin/ mint Cl SI nun. mi - mm tut, mi
H. C. Paularn. Mgr.
FI. KINO, OKMHOMA
• • fittnoun
l ull Pint ( an
ELKAY’S or SHIJ-MILK
WHITE SHOE POLISH TQI
GENEROt'H 8IZEN OF PASTE OR LIQUID 1
or Dry llair jJQ
LEAD ARSENATE........ «£
LARGE SIZE SPRAYER _____1- 35c
see your doctor rats1.
Your doctor la the man trained to help you when you are
Ilk Take hla advlca. follow hit Inatruction* and you'll regain
normal health quicker And when he give* you a prewrtp-
lion bring to ua to be accurately filled with the freaheet In-
JONES DRUG COMPANY
si,., k I'p Now
—Right Preserved To Limit Quantities
Prices Effective Friday, Saturday and Sum!
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 47, No. 57, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 12, 1938, newspaper, May 12, 1938; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924515/m1/2/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.