The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 55, No. 182, Ed. 1 Monday, September 30, 1946 Page: 2 of 6
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Mrs. Harold Peck
CHICAGO, Sept. 30—'UP)—New
veterans’ taxicabs are biffing cfff
1 streets all across the nalion as a
ir.siut of ah ex-GT campaign for
B E' C\,ciub. Hostess, Mrs. H. A.
Smith, 617 South Ellison avenue.
Stitch-in-Tin1!? e f u b. Hostess
Mr.'. Rt H. Hobson, southwest of
Friendly Serin* circle Hostess,
Mrs. Horace Ivester, 1032 .ttouth El-
Rcbekjth lodge, Meeting In
I- O. O. F. hnl! at 7:30 p. m.
Chapter M, P. E O. Hostess Mrc
Walter H. Boon, 1002 South Bar
kfr avenue. Meeting at 2 p. m
Chapter Afi, P. p. o. Hostess
Mrs, Don Allison, sib south Ma
Q. t A. club. Hostess. Mrs R W
ihom, 200 South William- avenue
Covered dish luncheon at 1 p. m.
Sterling Thimble club Hostess,
Mrs. ft J. Aycock, 637 South El
Sew and So club. Hostess, Mrs
Lloyd Adams, 306 North K avenue.
, Choir of First Christian church
Party for members oafter re-
Veterans of Foreign Wars aux-
iliary,. Hostess, Mrs. Vance wills.
902 West Hayes street. Meeting at
2 p. 0).
Genera! Society of Woman’s
Work of First Presbyterian church
Division I. Hostesses, Mts. C.
L. McOlll and Mrs. Everett Poole
Meeting at no South Hoff avenue
at 2 p m
Division 2. Hostesses. Mrs. J. A.
Johnson and Mrs. Catharine
I^tnon. Meeting at church at 10
. Division 3. Hostess, Mrs. Henry
McOee, 518 West Watts street.
Meeting at 2 p. &
Division 4. Hostess, Mrs. Alfred
Haun, 817 South Reno avenue*
Meeting at 2 p. m
denernl council of Women’s
Work of First Christian church
North group Hostess, Mrs. Rus-
reil McClatn lift North Barker
West |TOup, Hostese, Mrs H I,.
Prior to her wedding on Septem-
ber. 21, Mrs. ffnrold ft. Peck was
Miss Doris Roundtree, daughter of
Mr. an* Mrs. J. c. Roundtree, 1002
Jottth Hoff avenue Her marriage
to Mr. Peck, .son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. W Peck, Oklahoma City took
olace in the First Baptist church.
Wichita. Kans. The couple will re-
jkle in Oklahoma City where Mr.
Peck is employed by Bush Real
'IRS. V. A. MOUNT IS
’tOSTESS TO GROUP
Ladles of Grand Army of Re-
public met Friday with Mr* V. A
Mount, 620 Sojth Macomb avenue
for a covered dish luncheon and
regular business session.
One new member, Mrs John L
Mitchell, was welcomed Into the
Those present Were Mrs Agnes
McIntyre, Mrs Flora Mudd. Mrs
>ack Thomas, Mrs. Elizabeth
Steams Mrs fc'arrle Hamby, Mrs
R A. Rukfs, Airs Laura Mlnard
Mrs. MtfrhMl end the hostess
More and more cities are an-
thcnzlrig the ope rat lop of addi-
tional cabs and revising ordinances
to Improve cab service
A survey by the American Muni-
cipal association shoved thf num-
ber of cabs per population varied
from one cib to every 96 resident.'
in Waslilngton, D. C., to. oply one
for every -1,638 persons in'Youngs-
town, Ohio. Chicago lias a taxi for
every 1.306 residents.
Veterans lit both Los Angeles
and Ban Franolsco have induced
these cities to relax restrictions on
the number ot cabs
In Baltimore, where there u* -one
cab for every 859 persons, cab li-
mits have been authorised for 158
veterans, and in Miami, Fla,
where each cab serves 1,102 re-
sidents, 32 permits have boon Is-
sued to independents not affiliat-
ed with either of the city’s two
Milwaukee council men voted to
grain licenses to a score of veter-
ans, giving the city one taxi ✓for
each 1,453 residents.
Home municipalities have acted
to keep local politics out of cab
control. The Kentucky industrial
relations commissioner recom-
mended to the Louisville board of
aldermen that cab control be
transferred from the police de-
partment to an independent
agency Cabs In Rhode Island and
Connecticut are under state con-
hjRpnn..(0kIa,) Dftil.v Tribune.
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Britain Produces a Super-Bike
'Published in The H Reno Dally
J Tribune EH Reno. Oklahoma
Repiember 30, |<H6.
8TATB OR OKUAHOMA
COUNTY. CP CANADIAN
53 Reno, Oklahoma
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
We, the undersigned members of
[the Canadian County Klertlnn
i Hoard, in resdon this 26th day of
; SeDt.. 19-lP. do herfcvy proclaim
mo declare the following change
tin Polling Place of Pnvtrirt
How Can 1? Weekly .ReprtWpJ
A. .Fill a glass Jar with broken flept. 30 .IIP p„|
beat quality, then fill Cl|ph‘nc htalyviino; cltssmnlTa
of Precinct 4-A
DTtv Of F.l Reno, Oklahoma, from ~Z? ' ^'paper. men
I Carder’s Oarage, used temporarily IJi , co^ &
to TYlnlty Lutheran Church eofnerl^- 1* I»»fo<1.J
I glue of the
i he jar with aretlc acid, or vlne-
,rar. 8m. Um Jar in hot water for
a few hours mjtll the glue malts
fW trsult Wil t)e ah excellent
ji’hte. always ready.
Q. How can I make paint, ad-
here to tlr.ws.re?
A Rub the .surfttce ^fiaroujrfdv
*L of rough pumice
tone, or ooajva sahrlfjafo’V. Then
.1** -g .Lin.. M'
holding weekly reur.torui In Jap
'incit finding they were in near
, Thr Wjfc are with the ermv
occuoatlon. Two of them, Cor
omi Jewel Chndwlc.it and Prtve
First Class Charier Jackson
Btatlc.ned In Yokohama, wl
Cnrp.rai Clifford Fisher and Rd
MM Cleome p. Wilkinson
Ra t ioned |h Kyoto All at tend
irmuy i,utneran Church, comer f A'IT1'’ M pnmtcd. 'Mien! hefo at. the K,une
WlUtams and Iondon Ftfe*tr.. ^3 df****■! "did. home wMt-end*
fl ta. na & &&* *> -
-Bottth front door to Base
Mid the wlflte <tf arl
riftVo' the egg ohrt the
Believing thlt to be M the Ifes.t ’ .jhgjr
lti(crest, of the v-oiers of 4-A rfoe- , <rh
clncf, we hereby set.
and seal thi- 26th dm- or Reptem- \
tier, 1946. i COHASROT.
F.irr.h I . ftntrt of cbhnsk;. _
ybtdr, did. hbf pafenfo d^.s^tffed of
Icnlfi* ahtt th^ fork bo placed on
rh^ dinner t«.b!c?
right for g mui',iA ¥*< should be placed at
streetcar, or othef r*ghf hf the meat platter, the
----- • fork at the left.
J- L. Putman. Hrcrctnry
'SEALt Sam Wallace. Chairman
It. G. Pmtlsert, Meditor
j Chadwick were fttatlonM.
(the fesmlbfos IteSrm
WBHhSqh and fiskef harp be
■ - vn.cn n-cr ea- 'or 17 fnnntv. .lacks
tet wasf 30 and CfiadxtUk have lieeh ovr
Q- Is It all right
to get into a
public nonveyanee. carrying
lighted cigar in hi* flngets?
A. A well-bred man #in throw
away his cigar before enteHn# a
Public conveyance; for even if the
Bones of Huge Masfadon
Found in South fexas
rs more ot Tensive than
Q. Row should a divorced wo-
man sign her nkme?
A Supposing her name Is Airs
Harry Bmlili malderi name Ahne
Alaska Bids for Sharp
In Tuna Pifthin?
cigar is not' hurting, ft "S 3A^“
' to making Alaska a
wnen ’centet for tunti fishing, the Sitka
Rotary dub haK raised more than
I PRAGUE, - (U.Ri—The Sudeten-
land town of liuchcov, with 3,500
; inhabitants) Is ttetng held up to
(Other Czech eltlAs as an exaihplc
jof avUnlnlstratlve economy. The
local national committee reduced
tlw towns administrative staff to
four persons ami tUilfted the rest
Into ' productive labor."
l.' r health and seht her tel NWv
York state to streh'’hrth fih "cotl-
C'futriwjck have l»reh
etnee Octoltef, 11U.7.
nte to streh-firth flkr "con- (<| iAk* ««
!«««.». & aat^tutrefta*
L 0.0. F. Mi. IS
$1,500 for a rompietc survey of
ittfia in the water off the territory.
Reports from ships sailing the
Great Circle route to the Orient
Practice In Degree
n*n»,h,'v‘“ indicate! that, .schools of the
q nxrst-* 1 sits rvr
Lion famer Says Slick
Protection Is Enough
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Bethard, 1048 South Mile* avenue -Joe Welch, a lion tamer st the
Assistant hostess, Mr*. C. L. Brad- Benson wild animal farm here
ney. / boasts he’s one of the bravest In'
Woman's Society of Christian |lhp business.
Service of First. Methodist church. I Dllrln8 his work preparing Hons
Division I. Hostess, Mrs. Harold fo- ,s<Ue t0 clr('us<^ ““1 for the
Erbar, 903 3outh Elllslon avenue, l!!^ _pe*ularI>r enlers a
KINCiflVn.LE, Tox, Sept 25 —b.k
-Front bones found during an mi-
’avatlon. Professor J. F. ronner of
Texis a and r. college I* piecing
tocether the sJtHetott af A huge I
ra'-.-eatlnp animal that roamed'
'he Texas plains thousands of years
Home of the bones were crushed
but Conner and his fellow worker,
P W Youngman, were aole to de-
termine that the animal weighed
jetween four and five ton- and was I
a grass cater.
ronner said the species of thel
lOuth Texas mastodon were nu-
merous ar one time and he iiad|
found evidence of the animal at,
Ranqucte, Concepcion. BccvlUe and
jn Petronha crock.
Co-hostess, Mts. E R.
Meeting at 2:30 p. m.
Division 2. Hostess, Mrs.
2:30 p. m.
Division 3. Hostess, Mrs.
Isaac. 308 East cafson
Meeting at V.dO p. m.
Division 4. Hostess. Mrs. Don
Allison, 516 South Macomb ave-
nue. co-hostess. Mrs. A C Ollbert.
Meeting at 2:30 p. m
. F. and N. club. Hostess, Mrs.
pert Skinner, northwest of H
Ladles Golf chU) Hostesses, Mrs.
Ray Bannister and Mrs. Earl
Barnes Meeting at E3 Reno Cotui-
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AT DINNER SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs John E. Chtlotte nnd
Children. John Dale and Wanda
Joan, 217 North K a vent nr entertain-
ed a group of relatives and friends
with a dinner Sunday in their home.
Ouests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Randell, aon. Virgil Ray, Mr. and
Mrs. Maston Qarrett, Mr. and Mrs
Jack Jacob*, all of Cogar. Mr. and
Mrs oien Anderson and grand-
daughter, Rawelita. of Oklahoma
Afternoon callers were Mrs Lorea
I-ott. daughters, Nadine and Lila.'
William Propper, son. Billy, and
daughters, Betty and Jo Ann. Mr j
and Mrs. w L. Adams, son, Larry i
Joe, and daughter, Nancy Lou.
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Barnhart, f6** w Ul 13 of l,l? beasts, carry-
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lng only a small whip nr stick. He
claims he never haa found it
necessary to equip himself with a
at church at plstol or heay>, chaJr aHhough h®
lions are only partly trained
Dr. Fletcher W. Slurdavanf
106} 5. Rock Island
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“TRULV FINE ICE CRE.AAT"
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11 Sfembers Abe UFged
to Be Present
W. H. Setter, N. O.
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SCHOOLING DRUG CO.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 55, No. 182, Ed. 1 Monday, September 30, 1946, newspaper, September 30, 1946; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924673/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.