The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 291, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 6, 1944 Page: 2 of 6
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EI Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH *>
' 822 West Wade Street
Haul Miller, Pastor
Sunday »:hool at 9:45 a. m.
| Morning worship at 11 a. m. |
Christ, Ambassadors meet at 81
Evangelistic service' at 7:30 p. m.i
. Our weekly prayer meeting will j
be held In the home of Mrs. BUI
Parrish, 1209 Sunset drive We will j
.meet at 1 p. m. Tuesday. Come j
‘and pray with us. We are praying
for a mlghtv revival In our midst, j —-
Jubilee service at 7 30 p. in. Christian
T’HIS page is open to all religious denominations. The
Tribune invites every church in the city to place its
announcements in these columns every week. Please
see that your announcement reaches The Tribune of-
fice by 4 p. m. Friday each week to assure its publica-
tion in Sunday’s issue.
Announcements from churches in surrounding com-
munities also are welcome.
CENTRAL MFTITOmST CHURCH
ftul O. Whittle. Pastor
Church school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship at 10:50 a. m.
Communion meditation -followed by
Lord’s Sunner. The choir will sing
"Beneath the Cross of Jesus" by
' Youth fellowship hour at 6 p. m.
, Evening worship at 7 p. m. Ser-
mon: “The Salt and IJeht of Chris-
tian Character from Teachings of
Jesus ’ Special music by youth
Adult choir practice at 7 SO p. m
Thursday Youth choir practice
* at 1:15 p. tn. Saturday.
FIRST CWWTSTTAN church
London and Barker
Walter M. Feay, Minister
Bible school at 9 30 a. m. The
. men’s bible class win have a spe
____ SCIENCE CHURCH
T/indon and Hoff
Church school at 9:45 a. m.
Christian Science sen Ice at l)
Testimonial services at H i> in
Ray E. Melton. 27, of Fort Lo-
gan. Colo., and Marcella Robinson.
In all Christian Science churches, i jp 0f city.
a lesson-sermon Will be read Sun-
day, Feb 8. on the subject. “Spirit."
The Ooldeji Text will be: "We
through the Spirit wait for the
hope of righteousness by faith"
(Gal. 5:5). Bible selections in-
clude the following from II Cor-
inthians 5:5: "Now he that hath
I^ate To Score
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down for a set-jip, leaving El Reno
trailing 15-12. Ten seconds later
handsome Ralph Tlieus, Lawton
captain who had pone scoreless
fired with both hands from far out
on hand Tuesday night to see what
takes place when the Plainsmen
; visit the local gym. Enid, ancient
rival of the Indians, managed to
win a 25-18 verdict at Enid Jan.
18 at which time there was much
doubt among El Reno partisans
as to the Impartiality of the re-
Box score of Friday's puzzler
against the Wolverines follows:
EL RFNO (14)
Sunday, February 6, 19441
BY SINCLAIR LEWIS
Copyright, 1943, Sinclair Lewis
Distributed by NEA Service, Inc.
and it went through. 17-12. to *ort
of cllntoh the dp«l.
Charles Hulbert drove tn from the
side court to drop a hot one through
for the Indians just ahead of the
final whistle, but it mattered lit-
tle, as the score read 15-14 for
Lawton when the disappointed fans
started milling out of the gym-
nasium. still wondering how it hap-
pened and talking about "what
Carrie cried “I ha job. jlWHL spa~wasbed roc*cs. by moon-| you overlook is that I do want toJ
When Dr. Planish saw her off on that—the tide, I suppose vou’d . . ... , . „ .1
zrjzt «.». „.r.ovo»«Trw,“rvr
been years ago that she had Prone | pet? __ SPlf! p*,- ^ and years and
“Yes. I love Nature. When you’re
!on vacation. I mean. You’re real' ^ J*!*™, but H
haDov here aren’t mu run •• 141 sacr*nce and stay home 24
from him. and that he could not
remember her face exactly.
A week later. Peony, said. "It °ldn hours a day. devoting myself 10
seems so strange not to have her L T ’ U s ’ nlce and <iulet. I comfort and welfare but the
around And vet in a wav I’m dont somfhow <*«" to sleep so H “ n. ’/I weuare. dui in(1
" ay’ 1 m 1 well in the citv Rut t>™ c*ay Pasa**d 20 years ago when wn-
reheved. Young people today have 1 7*" ” 'thP , ,v, But Im afra,d 118 men were nothing but slaves!”
no discipline. They think the | ^! to° quiet for you hprp Hasn>t “Whv Peony*"
= “ - *“ =: aTST, “IM"«- rXtS £ £ „1
George M. Ralihal, 26. of Okla-
homa City, and Jeanette Franklin,
26. of Wetumka.
General G. Cates, 39. of Fort
Reno, and Minnie Horn. 32. of El
Lost Quarter Tactics Duplicated
evidenced by Lawton's two-game ap-
pearance here during the week-end
--------- "i«i «*»*■« Cornelius W. Watson, 48. and peno. And on Thursday night.
wrought us for the selfsame tiling Goldie Phillips 48, both or Oklahoma when the Indians posted a convtn
Is Qod, who also hath given unto City. ing 21-16 victory over the Wolverines
us the earnest of the Spirit " Civil Suit tn the first of two-game series, they
A passage from the Christian j Teresa W Hurst vs. fsham R | nonetheless wpre sharply outplayed
Science lextbook, "Science and Cummings, board of county com- in the final period which saw the
Health with Key to the Scriptures" miss loners of Canadian county, et Lawton hoopsters connect for 8
by Mary Baker Eddy, will also be *- —“**—• —• —»-*- 1—*■
included which read.: Man under-
nl Suit to quiet title of real estate, points while the Tribe mustered 3
to the argument that a game never
Is won until It’s over.
Indians Look Better
While the Indians were a shnde
uiuir wui imvr » *u,lds spwltual existence bl pro- w ,
clal sendee this Sunday morning Portion as his treasures of Truth gnd Bl|plah Harrls U)ts 5 fi and -
It Wfts Just a vrar nno that the be- alld Lov<’ are efttoryed Mortals 7 Yukon ' inuians t,m>n nowr
, loved M B Pringle passed to his mu3* gravitate Oodward, their af- ' While the Indians were a shade
* reward, t*. M-b-rhool quartet will fpc,‘ons and abns Brow spiritual. | *~rl v- ““ Buetah Harris to ,esa effecllve than they appeared
’ hive a special part on the program. I ~th*V n,lisl 1*4‘ir O'* broader In- William 5’sl‘ew *• 6 and 7- Thursday night, they still showed
terpretaUon* of being, and gain 101 • u °B- marked Improvement and promise
Morning worship at 10:40 a. m s0*n* Projter setise of the Infinite, R L. and Nell P. Hadley to Al- of better doings
•nilon by the pastor’ “Our House —ordpr that sin and mortality bert and Mary E. Vieweg Lots 8 Slender little Jesse Urton, who
may be put off." tp 265* and 9. block 4. Riley’s addition to has made a distinct hit with the
__ Reno spectators since Joining the M|uad
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN rlll'ltru Miles H and Pearl Reynolds to at mid-term, gained only 4 points
Barker mid Wndr Walter and Elsie Gregory. .Lots 23 Friday night but it was tops In the
Everett Poole, Minister through 30. block 12. Packer's addi- El Reno column Captain James
Em- tkm to El Reno.
Henry and Bessie H Breeze to
ni J A and Lenora P. Snyder. Lots
13. 14. 15 and 16 art of lots 17 and b*’rt
1R block 2 Frnss addition to Calu-
_ __ - 1 niniMir^ ml . 1 ■■ in iiininrc n. Itll’t
tant board meeting.
| Donley, f
1 Johnson, f
, Patterson, f
1 Ler.x. c
! Patton, c
1 TrapneU. g
2. Hulbert 2.
ley 2. Patterson
Score by quarters:
El Reno _____
ness shot to pieces bv this gas ra- a^Jlty ^ devolp(I >° V01* and your
Honing, and me w-ith a new ward- Whims and comfort and yiaur aIlp*Ptl
robe that would knock vour eve out lmporta,u Position In the world j
down to really serious work.”
' ,^y hprap)f was extremely set- LlulllnK. nna m(. wun B new
led down to serious work, for Wini- , robe that would knock ° l>»po.
tied Homeward, her boss, was now and nobodv l0 lmprpss wUh but-you may not’ve heard abou
d° n* a bl WPPklv Interpretation PVen hardly anv dancing except with ,t!~,hprp *ust happens to be a err
of the War News on the radlo. ^n^p.,*^ walters, And W(1 CBnt tain Mrs. Winifred Homeward, who
Peony and she read the newspapers K0 if thr other arp beUpr needs me in her ve-ry im-port-ant
daily. As there was a lot of valu- 1 think it’s an outrage vou and I undprtaWngs! No. no. my boy. yo-
able news In the papers, so inevtt- cant Ret morp gM„ 3 better get wise
ably there was a lot of valuable wc
news in Winifred’s broadcasts, and the^Arim'
after telling the far-flung what the
to yourself. I’d
But we got to save gasoline for !’eVer havP to tPl1 you but >,ou mlph1
Just as well know that neither Win-,
nh ct„m u „ nle Homeward nor the Colonej
Referee: T H. Burroughs. Hinton
hive a special part on the program.
We should have 50 men present.
Morning worship at 10:40 a. ___
Sermon bv the pastor: “Our House
Chrlsttan Endeevor at 7:30 p. m.
Ei’enffi" services at 7:30 p. m l
Sermon bv the pastor: ”So»nt
Stories Jesur Told.’’
Junior c» • -1 t 15
p. m. Thurudav
Senior choir rehearsal at 7:45
Problem a Day
Sunday school at 9:45 n m
lory A. Cox, superintendent
-j Morulng worship at 10 50 a ni
j p m Thursriajp. 1 Subject: "Jesus, a Friend"
The official board will meet at 8 Vnm,» r .
'*>«*» — |ja
4 :30’ p. m
Youth choir practice
P ni. Saturday-
An efficient nurse Is on hand
each Sunday morning to cure for
I small children.
An ornament In the shape of
a cone is 12 Inches high and has
a diameter of 16 inches. What Is
BU thp diameter of the ornament In
nnd Pearl Reynolds to at mid-term, gained only 4 points ' "bv iaf’llcs?
804.25 (minusi <u in. Explana-
Palmer, the lion hearted and iron- tion ^S^uarc 1-2 if 16; multiply by
fisted lad who never lets down, mus- 3 1416 ipl) by 12 by 1-3.
tered 3. as did husky Charles Hul- —-
Junior Loyall connected once
invade Indla-or else they weren’t; SWPa^ P our ' ^ moonlight, that she stopped, mad.'
Siberia* ^ "°lnK ^ ^ ^"locracy and the common p«,. ““ P°''rPd ^
D _ , pie. and that have got the qualifi- 1 ‘ ' r hlm
So Peony received $35 every Fri- cations to appreciate scenerv and “°h’ 1 didnt mean that! I wa
y, and spent 50 of It every Sat- had ought to get around a.nd look i|,st trVing to get your goat! Al
'* .and ■*"’ to PXplain to over the general feeling in various 1 mean is. the Marducs think I’n
Planish Juat what the Japanese ( parts 0f the country and report on pm, v 8ood too. Oh. my little bW
and India and Siberia were It, Why, when we can’t get enough fort ivp VOW bad Pausy! It make
The Doctor himself was also se- ga*. It’s an outrage! And they mp mad when vou even think o
rious. With Sherry Belden and expect us to not get any- real vaca- at,mitting that New York has licke.
Otis Canary he was preparing blue tlon and go back to our long win- vou’ and want to snpak back, witli!
prinks (that’s what they called ter’s work in New York, so tiring ” out Pver ■stoPPing to think and real
Ihemi for a new Marduc organlaa-| "Peony! Sweet* Darling* Shut ua how wlckcd and horrible It t|
lion to be entitled "The Citizens’ and listen! This winter in New 10 expect mp 10 llvp in a corncri
Post-War Reconstruction Advisory. York, maybe, but after that — al1d not evPn be abIe 10 to Lh
Planning Unit. Inc.” | Austin Bull and the trustees of St.°rk Club with Hal Homeward-
The Doctor suddenly had new Knnlkinick seem to want me for Maybe you would find it kind oj
nr8(m., fnr atiMrri. ____1 !iis successor when he retire- i- s 08 back there, but still—'
burdens, for 8herry Belden came
In. without warning. In uniform
his successor when he retires in the
spring of 1943 "
and he was decidedly impertinent y°u|e craaaaazy!" was his
before h. wen. nr, , 'spow*s comment. Her further re-
SACRED HEART CHURCH
Father Victor Van Dunne, Pastor
Low mass at 8 a m.
High mass at 10 a. m.
ftvenlni; sen ice* at 7:30 p. m.
Week-day masses at 8 30 a. m.
in scrimmage and brawny On a!
Pickens hit both of two free
•Joseph M. and Ethol N. Pullen to <',alUes *? £• Tribpx
,,___, ___. scoring. LeRoy Merveldt, center
How Can I?
wart and all the other millionaire
FIRST BAPTIST UIIURUH
FIRST MFTIIODIST CHURCH J W Hodge*, pastor
Rock I land at Watt* ! Sunday srhool at 9 30 a. m F
Edwin H Onnt, Minister Cochrfl'>’ sujjei Intendeni
Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. Guy Morning worship at 10:50 a. m.
Lanman, superintendent. 17iere 1* | music by the choir 9cr-
a class for cverv member of the |m0n ^ Bellamy,
1 is J«»m H. and Essie W Haffner Lots . *~.Vr Mervpldt ppp,Pr q what is the best wav to wash
i.uaraian s Deed were in the swim onlv momentardv in .
Harvey Reynolds, guardian of D. ^ aU|w lu,t water or dr>’ in the hot
M Reynolds to Walter Rascher * . j . . sun as both treatments will weak-
. ’ wal Pr Kascner Jones, scrappy guard, wltli 5 ihls fiber.
“raftRe?o. F*‘r *d<!‘* ^-Wolverine offense.' Q How can I clean the meat
Mamin? worship at 10 45 a. m.
The children's choir will sing
"Jesus Always the ifcime." Solo by
Sergeant: "A Pniyer." Morning SOn'
Training Union at 6:45 p ni H
V. TUilngha.set. director
Evening Worship at 7 45 p ni
Sermon by Rer
, ,, , . _ . Q How oan I clean
Onitrlaim Deed followed b- c.-,,i., Alton I.enz with ch0pper after using it?
mm* .THUSKSm-« ,o4 KSTSTCL*""3 *, — •* "-<•
Edith P Smith SW 13-13-10 . coach J.lk Sl. mo^ nr.ri hK u th* *r0UnA fo0<J r111
( crdiwte Inheritance Ta« u ' *n . 8l,”mons and hi. be wasted and the chopper will be
* . , , „ 1 , inheritance Tax charges will try again next Tuesday e;l$1er u> wash
Oklahoma Ux commission to night against Enid Plainsmen on <j How can I add to the flavor
m i7f,H°,nryC P“Ulk SE23*13’ thP F;1 Rpno p0"rt wui be of fruttTims?
NW 1-1?:*’ IT.? fhroiUh U V- % KSt h°me Kf"m' UntH A intensified flavor to fruit
■ n tn r,olll_' 25 *bpn lbe Indiars vo'ivlude 4tlelr cup can be given by adding bits
of orange peels or grapefruit.
Victor X John- j "*bdd s second addition to Calu- regular aihedule agatnst Central
__ ' mP' Cardinals here. The Tribe goes to
message: "The Life Divine With- Mid-week Bible study and gen- Oil and Gas Lenaea Central Feb. 11. will visit Dun-
ln.~ p™' church meeting at 7:45 p m Jack and Anna C. Walbaum to can Demons Feb 15 and will nav
“ ' r,^TV\ , R E Kei!y NW ‘heir respects to Northeast Vikings
Choir rehearsal at 7 30 p m _iAl“’a Stewart, guardian, to W J ;,t Oklahoma City Feb 18
W SW 25-11-6 one and all are expected to be
They went happily enough Uj
bed; they said nothing more of
Knnlkinick; and when they had re
t-fore h, oir Uj uu . train: ’, "ZT lur"M 10 Vnrk, Tta a,»ou
Onod luck ,0 .ha U»U, PL,„h,h. S-™*** “ "" " h"””“ *» «*<•• Vanda
I suppose you’ll pussy-foot Just as
successful on freedom for India,
and freedom for the Negroes in
America, as we did during the rev-
| olution in Spain Good hedging,
I Brother. I ll write you from Ice-
1 land or Dakar " i
Now was that nice? the Dot tor
He could have taken a month’s j
vacation, two months, whatever he ■
wanted, and apparently no one I
would have cared, but Peony was i
a busy and Important person who |
I could take only one week, and that
in late August, and he nervously
waited for her . and he still had
not said one word about becoming
president of Kinnlkinick
He told her on the Maine coast.
If your car is old enough to smoke
It is time to re-rtag or rebuild that motor and you
should do it while parts are still available. Your car will
give better performance and makr that A coupon go
LANMAN SUPPLY COMPANY
El Reno. Oklahoma
Evening services at 7:30 p. m. |
the most ■
P' ':, ,ns th, in i er.c ouraging -ru'""'”,1 *
growth being witnessed Is the pro- ^mradaV Mrs H. V Tllllnghaat. Yipplt. W SW 2S-11-6
gram of the church Is our 8un- iPadPr: Ml‘s E A Jackson, pianist J°*ln a»d Eva I. Roush to John
day evening service. Wc nrtrihutA — Nichols. SW SW 26-12-8; part
d»y evening service. We attribute ———----- nionois.
this lam-!- t-> the addittoral sing- , MEMORIAL FPISUOPAL ^ SE 27‘12-8
Henry T Bakpwcll Vicar
Church school at 9 SO a. m
Holy communion and sermon at
11 a. m.
Ing and Increased participation.
You will erectly enjoy this hour
at the elo'r of the Sabbath. Why
not plan to attend? The brief
meditation will be on "They Sec
Mld-we»k prayer and pralae aer-
vlce at 7 30 p m Wednesday in
SEATTLE (U.R)—War has brought
forth another new tyj)c of collegiate
1 ■ competition — knitting contests.;
ELLISON AVrwvg METHODIST Co*Pds at 'be Chi Omega house at
CHURCH lhp University of Washington won i
Mike Hall, Pastor ,,hp fal1 Quarter knitting rontest 1
Church school at 10 a. m. bj malt,ni( square. Tor afghans j
Momitif worship at 11 a. m for tvounded service men
8enr,0! Rhi 1 1
Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. ff.fjWST
Mid-week ervices at 7 30 p m **’*• OF A
ftelMon In the Bible Is beautiful,
out to lutld a beautiful life Is :
the Chrst an challenve. Tlila church j
TABIETJ. SALVE. NOSE DROPS
Assignment* »f Oil and Gas leases
Van C. Smith io Manila Mabrv
R NE 16-11-7.
Van C. Smith to Virginia Kennedy
and Manila Maltry W NE 16-11-7.
Homer L Keegan to Tide Water
Associated Oil company SW 3-14-9
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