The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 203, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1939 Page: 4 of 8
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
The El Reno Daily Tribune P
A Blue Ribbon Newspaper Serving a Blue Ribbon Community I
Issued daily except Saturday from 207 South Rock Island avenue,
fend entered as second-class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879.
RAY J. DYER
Editor and 1‘ublishpr
BUDGE II Alt I,E
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Yukon Group Entertain-
ed By Mrs. Kroutil
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
YUKON. Oct. 20 — The Music j
Lovers club was entertained at a
regular meeting Tuesday afternoon
in the music room with Mrs. Rob-
ert Kroutil as hostess.
Mrs. R, D. Barrett, leader for
for the afternoon, presented an (
enjoyable program. Roll call was
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN CANADIAN AND
BY CARRIER ADJOINING COUNTIES
One Week ------------ $ .15 Three Months________________$1.50
Three Months.-------------$1.75 Six Months..... $3.001 answered by “A Favorite Lullaby,
$7.00 One Year-----------------$5.00 Mrs. Barrett read a cradle poem
Including Sales Tax ] by Issac watts after which the
following program was given:
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1939
DO NOT QUIT: And let us not be weary in well-doing: for in due
season we shall reap if we faint not.—Cal. 8:9.
Off The Record
BY ERNEST M. HILL
United Press Correspondent
/AKLAHOMA CITY. Oct 20—MJ.R' judge here and a strong E. W.
” —Oklahoma’s 22 votes at the Marland supporter five years ago;
Democratic presidential convention1 and Ed Seainaas. Democratic
have been put on the auction block chairman several years ago
by Oovernor I«eon Phillips. I * * *
The governor says he would like Improved farming conditions
to deliver them to the candidate l'1 northern ana northwestern sec-
who promises to do the most for1 Uons of the state have given Re-
Oklahoma Phillips, at (he same: publicans hope for a victory in the
time, says he hopes to talk per-1 congressional race In that area,
sonally with each of the candidates, Phil Ferguson was re-elected in a
before wheeling the Oklahoma dele-1 close rare last summer,
gallon to the convention. Republicans contend that drouth
"Oklahoma has too often gone Mid depression contributed to recent
to party conventions with dele-1 Democratic victories in the normal
“A Lullaby." piano solo by Miss
Emma Ellison; song. "Mighty Lak
a Rose." by Mrs Claude Hart and
Mrs Cecil Davis, accompanied by
Mrs. Norman Alder; "The Cradle
Song, two-piano number by Mrs.
R. L. Fry and Miss Hattie O'Shea;
"The Slumber Boat" and “Ameri-
can Lullaby," vocal soles bv Mrs.
Ed Warkentln; "In the Gloaming,"
by the highsrhool girls' octet, ac-
companied by Mrs. Wflliam Bernell.
After the program, the club |
worked on selections for the Christ, j
The club meets in two weeks for
practice and on Nov. 10 for
gates pledged to some candidate
and considered in the bag." said
Phillips "i hope to take an un-
instructed delegation and see if we
can't gel more consideration than
we have In the past."
The governor said he is particul-
arly interested in attempting to
ly Republican nren
The last report of the state wel-
fare board showed that only eight
families, comprising a total of 12
Individuals, were on the direct re-
lief rolls Other counties in the
wheat belt also have shown im-
The direct relief rolls Included
convince the federal government
that Oklahoma is entitled to re- j1844 Oklahoma county, 1,710
imbursement for exempting Indian *n Tulsa County and 1.248 in Pitts-
Armistice day program when Miss
Maliel Fry will be the leader. Roll
call will be answered by a favorite
At the close of the artemoon
Mrs. Ed Warkentin, Mrs. R. L.
Fry and Mis. Fay Porta, who were
representatives to the state board
meeting in Oklahoma City Satur-
day, gave an Interesting report.
Mr. and Mrs, Ed Smith attended
a family dinner Sunday evening
given by Mr and Mrs. Frank
Murphy at Edmond honoring Mrs.
Smith's mother, Mrs. I,. C Harlow,
on her birthday anniversary.
The Mayview home demonstration
chib members and their families
HASTES TO UNIT
lou gehrig sworn into office I Contract N(
-1 To Call I
Transplanting of Shrubs
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
CAI.UMFT. Oct. 20—The home |
demonstration club met in the |
home of Mrs. Ella Jones, south I
of Calumet, Tuesday afterncon!
when members heard an Interest- j
ing talk on transplanting of shrub-
bery given by Miss Doreen Fickel |
of El Reno, home demonstration i
In two weeks the club will meet
In the home of Mis Wade Mc-
Cann. The topic wil( be "Feeding
Delicious refreshments were serv-
ed to Mrs. Irvin Penwright. Mrs
Bruce Miller, Mrs, McCann. Mrs
George Van Gundy. Mrs. T. Von
Tungeln, Mrs. Frank Chambers,
$dis. Bill Combs. Mrs. Lee Murphy,
Mis. R. Von Tungeln and Miss
Home Ouards met with their
sponsor. Mrs. A T. Steiger. In her
home Oct. 17 Caroline Walker,
president, had charge of the pro-
gram. Mrs. Steiger read the les-
son on Alaska.
MR. COMMISSIONER—Lou Gehrig, left, receives oath in New
York City as new parole commissioner. Mayor La Guardia ad-
ministers oath, while Mrs. Gehrig looks on at right. Lou is widely
known former first baseman for the Yankees baseball club. He
quit position when he became victim of mild infantile paralysis.
diversion of the eve-) said,
ning when the St. Anne’s Altar I
BATTLER—Archduke Otto of
Hapsburg, pretender to ex-
tinct thrones of Austria and
Hungary, who seeks French
and British permission to form
Austrian Legion of exiles, to
A business meeting was held in; university cf Oklahoma at Nor- noon a basket dinner will be spread.
rhHs.mPiBnS|v,TretnmDde °*end aiman. spent the week-end in the' pitch and bridge with prizes men
Chil tmas box to Rose Gregory homp o( hls fRlher, Trammuel j will be the
Houehen settlement in El Paso, I Brown
aM^Howe*n° party mat*e |5*ans! Z U Buck has returned from a i society of the Calumet Catholic
Refreshments were served to
Uladene Prince, Melba Swaffer,
Geraldine Prince, Jimmie Swaffer,
Faye Ellen Brannon. Molly Rose - — ------------ -----.
Brown. Man- Jane Thompson.1 neither absent nor tardy durlnc J Mrs. R E. Poarch were Mrf W™
^iTutcf^CaX SX K f‘m S‘X °f thC "T WPld011 of Watonga
„„ ... «. . . ___ _ ,. term are James Brown, Alex
er. Joe Henrichsen, David Thomp- ,,, . Tr „
v Warden, Christiana Hansen, Mau-
SAPULPA, Oct. 2
alarms from outside !
limits may now hav
answered until firemt
their files to see whe
tim has a contract f
Tile payment of it
for fire protection v
I ted by Fred Boone,
as a means of gettini
into the country. P
| fire department had
suburban service, ex
the city would be Hal
The contract syste
new—was made possit
inance Boone said tl
only to property co
surance. in conformal
law. He estimated tl
at least 100 unprol
in the suburban are
factories already hnvi
“People live barely
! city limits for vari
| Boone said. Not the
desire to escape the
which pay the cost
tectlon. It Is not rl
men to put out free
is also unfair for s
owners to be penalize
sires of others."
Now. anyway withi;
radius of the city <
by signing a
visit in the home of Ills sister, church will sponsor a benefit card
' i Mrs. Cora Whalenberg. of Lincoln, j Party Thursday evening. Oct, 26.
Neb. | The party Is to be held In the
Pupils at Calumet who were Wllson building of Main street.
son, Nancy Ann Walker, Bobby
ALVA. Oft 20 —til
comes to homecomini
so here In a big wi
The Alva celebrat:
A Problem A Day
lands from tul valorem taxation. M)ur8 county
Although Oklahoma's claim to * * *
acme $25,000,000 has been con- j Thp appointment of Matthew J.
Sldered lightly, the governor has Kane. jr.. of Pawhuskn to the state
revealed he believes the state bar association board of examiners
might get some consideration. J brought a familiar name back into
He first indicated this a month Is,ale *eKal and Judicial prominence,
ago when lie said he had hoped Young Kane, a graduate of the
to balance the stale's disjointed University cf Oklahoma, is the son
budget from Indian tax reimburse-! nf 0,1P of the original members of
ment jthe state supreme court. Mr. Kane.
Friends of the governor linvp been Isr WB* elected to the first court
trying to swing him Into the Paul 1,1 ,H07 n,|d was re-elected for con-
V McNutt camp, while Phillips ,,nuous service through 1923 when
has paid tribute on several occa-
Hnw many pipes 4 inches In
enjoyed a wiener roast at Lake | dtamrtw wlu (|lscliarHe as much
Overhol.ser Tuesday night. j water „s one plpp 2 fpp, ,n
Mr. and Mrs. O. K Splndel were amptwy
hosts to the Amusu Bridge club
Tuesday night when Mrs. James
slons to John Garner cf Texas and
Bennett Champ Clark of Missouri.
He lias denied lie will definitely
Oppose Mr Roosevelt.
* * *
Many Oklahomans are expressing
doubt that McNutt can be sold
to the Democratic south and to
radical elements of the metropoli-
tan east as a liberal leader for
thr 1940 presidential convention.
Despite it surge of activity here
for tire fermer national American
Legion commander, many liberal
Oklahoma Democrats are pointing
to McNutt's record when ns gov-
ernor of Indlnnn he kept Terre
Ham,, under martial law for an
Oklahoma has consistently voted
lot MY. Roosevelt and new dealers
10 Apposed to more conservative
•ndldate*. Phillips ran on a 100
percent co-operation with the new
deal platform and hls antipathy
to the administration wa* not dls-
lie died In office He holds the
record for longest tenure on the
Brndfield was the only guest.
In the gnmes, favors were re-
ceived by Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Kelly,
Mr. and Mrs. Byrum Kroutil.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foster will
entertain the club in two weeks.
36 pipes. Explanation—4 inches
is equal to 1-3 foot; the ratio of
2 to 1-3 is 8; square 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hobson, ac-
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Dale j idee! for Oct. 28. and
r . „ , _. _ rice Thompson. Mary Margaret, Hobson and son. Paul, spent Sun- w,,! include:
Wi‘n. ’ . «. 10,11 w n’ Bullock. eGraldtne Moberlev. Eloise day with their son and brother,! Concert:; by 25 to :
A t T Mary I'°PW Scott. Joe Lopez. Marjorie Wil- Elton Hrbson. who Is emnloved A
x , ® H , 'llama. Eunice Leek. Oraleatha! by the J C.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Legg and
children, northeast of Calumet, are, „ . t „
moving scon to California where rK ' la es
Scott, Joe Lopez.
Hams, Eunice Leek. Oraleatha!
Stevie. Richard Brown. Albert Me-1 Alius.
Bullock, Ruth I
Is employed '■
Penney company In
Mr. I.egg will be employed.
Hutchison. Laverne Tinsley. Joleen ;
'Wilson and Ella Lculse Laughlin.
1 scores of horses, fat
i and special "nttractlt
Officials said the ci
announcers and new
BUSINESS MEN TO SKETCH
rlm « U1M- KANSAS CITY, Mo.. —(U.Rr-The , men would be on ha
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobson : “ Business Mens Sketch club has___
and children. Darrel and Betty, ' An invitation is extended to all; been organized here by a dozen
Mrs. Theodore Ritter was hostess 8'.
Thtre were 27 members and!
are moving to Harrah where Mr. i members and friends of the Calu-
Jaccbson has been transferred. He;*npi Christian church to attend the
1ms had chrage of the Davidson! al!'daV services which will be held
and Case Lumber company the here Sunday. Oct 29. when the
past three years. Harold Shaw 0fjChrtstian churches of Canadian
Homestead will succeed Mr. Jacob- county will hold their fifth Sun-
son as iqanager of the company's 'daV meeting,
properties at Calumet. j Preaching services will be held in
Robert Brown, a student in the the morning and afternoon. At
business and professional men who
are artists in their spare time.
Mr. and Mrs O.’orge R. Cooke
of Houston. Tex., arrived Friday
for several days’ visit with Mr.
and Mrs C. F McDonald. 217
South Macomb avenue. Mrs. Cooke
is a niece of Mrs. McDonald.
councilmen are fitrurl
Ing a legislative me:
the boys at softba
city problems for a c
guests of the Clevela:
at the annual counc
and lost to the boys'
6 to 3.
’5= Preaent for a meeting oil
Mr and Mrs, Harold JenningB
■uid son, Bubby of Oklahoma City
Ipent the week-end with Mr.
Jennings' parents Mr and Mrs!
R. L. Jennings.
Mr 'Uid Mrs Bd Sheets, Mr.
and Mrs Harold Jennings and son
^pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
R. L Jennings.
Miss Helen Bynum spent Sun-
dav with Miss Juan Jennings.
Mr and Mrs Alya Johnson spent
Stmda\ afternoon with Mr and
Mrs W H. Carpenter.
Mr and Mrs Arthur Ward and
children were dinner guests of
Mr and Mrs H H. Cnrter Sun-
Mr. nnd Mrs. C D Dillingham
and son Will, of Oklahoma City,
Mr and Mrs. John Dillingham
doeeu ua,n after he took office and s„n of Bartlesville were Sun-
Mrs Byrum Kroutil and Mrs. j
Mrs. Hardin Ramey will be host-
ess to the club in two weeks
Mrs John Wheatley was host-
ess to tile Yukon Art club Wednes-
day afternoon when additional
guests Included Mrs. P W Rlchert,
Mrs. Evelyn Hancock. Mrs. A A.
Jordan. Mrs. Homer C McAnninch
and Mrs. W. A Parsons of Okla-
Tlie afternoon was spent In sew-
ing, after which the hostess served
The women's council of the
Christ inn church met Wednesday
afternoon at the church for elec-
the Women’s Missionary society
in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. T
A Brodersen in Okarche Thurs-
day. A covered cilsh luncheon was!
served nt noon. Quilting was the I
work furnished by the hostess
Mfinbers will hold llietr annual
all-day rally in the church Thurs-
day. Oct 28 The lesson study
will be followed by a program.
Each member is being requested to
furnish a special number A lun-
cheon will be served at the noon
hour in the church basement.
In honor of the 12th birthday
anniversary of their son, Lewis.
Mr nnd Mrs. W F Schumacher
nnd daughter entertained with a
Cadillac^ La Salle
tion of officers for the ensuing!dbiner Sunday
year. The group includes Mrs M.
M McElroy, president; Mrs Otto
Griffin, vice president; Mrs. Ted
Barrett, secretary; and Mrs. Ed
The Ladies Library club met
Thursday afternoon in the home
of Mrs Charles Fulton.
Roll call was answered by each
member nnmlng a ship.
Mrs. Wanda Hutchinson of Los
given Impetus under the guidance
of Ray O. Weems, corporation com-
misslonei; Albert C. Hunt, former
state supreme court justice; Ed
Mkenburg, campaign manager tor
Phillips; Frank Douglas, district
’Gie MrN.itt """w wore ouu- Angeles, Calif., was an additional
von ivnnotua Tl" 7u. h,WLb<'en riny d,nnw of Mr and guest. Twenty members
Mrs. Lacy Kroger.
Mr. and Mrs otls Bruce, son,
Wivne. Mrs Beulah Garnett,
daughter. Geraldine, and Albert
Brodersen spent Sunday evening
in the Lacy Kroger home.
Those present were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Harry Wt’krrson and family, Mr.
and Mrs. John Palmer and family,
Mr and Mrs. Rav Shult* and
family, Jean Dungan, Douglas Jen-
nings Velma Lee Ward. Milos
Hrdy, R H and Lloyd Every,
Leonard Dungan. Billy Don and
Dorothy Ann Blake
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roys* son.
Virdln. and F M Tolbert spent
Saturday evening with Mr and
Mrs W F Schumacher and fnm-
DOWN MEMORY LANE
Oci. 20, 1924
After the business meeting, de-
licious refreshments were served.
Mrs. W D. Hart will be hostess
Thursday. Oct. 26.
Mr and Mrs. Ed Smith attended
tlie opening of the Smith—Kernke
funeral home In Oklahoma City
The Missionary society of the
Methodist church met with Mrs
O. C. Bryant Friday afternoon.
Ml ,1 *, , •'•J"*" *i*w«a,v luiculWli.
Shortly after noon today while Mrs. J, 0. Wheeler and Mrs. p. c. Dunning icnl the lesson.
H J. Davis were at work in a wash house at the
Davis residence. 512 South Rock Island avenue, a can of
gasoline exploded. The women were cut off from escape hy
the explosion which occurred l>etween them and the door,
and thev ave.l themselves bv jumpinjr through a window.
Mrs. Wheeler was cut painfully by window yrlass in making
her escape. Mrs. Davis was burned slijrhtlv about the face
mu Mrs Glndnor A. Barnard, Mrs. Henry Schafer. Mrs.
(diaries A. Mason, Mrs. Earl R. Woodhouae and Miss Anna
Paulsen are quests in Oklahoma Pitv today at a nartv
Riven by Mrs. John Deimian. ‘
Mrs. Addie Hardenberjr has as her Rtiest for the week
her brother. Georjre Kasterke. of Hominv. They will motor
to Cherokee tomorrow to visit their mother, Mrs. Anna
Mrs. R. A. Myers reviewed a
chapter of tlie study book, "Home-
land Harvest." Others lo assist Mrs
Dunning with the program were
Mrs R. D Barrett and Mrs. Ray-
Tlie society will meet Friday,
Nov 12. with Mrs Archie 'Head-
By ROBERTA LEE
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Gateka entertained the Past Ma-
trons and their husbands last evening with n masquerade
party. Hallowe’en ideas were employed in the decorations.
Ilie hostess was assisted in serving by Mrs. R. B. Dunlop,
Mrs. E. G. Harrison and Mrs. J. E. Johnson. Fortv-five
enjoyed the evening of frames.
Mrs. Gladnor A. narnnrd was hostess to the Tuesday
Players Monday afternoon with Mrs, Frank Hensley and
Mrs. I liompson Gilbert ns additional wtiests. The hiirh score
favor went to Mrs. Lawrence Adams. Mrs Charles Mason
will lie the next hostess.
Mrs. P. L. Rurke of Norfolk, Nek, left today after a
<hort visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Burke.
Q. When a man stops to check
hia coat at the entrance of a
diningroom, should hls girl com-
panion go on to the table or wait
A She should stand aside nnd
wait for him
Q. la It nil right to speak to
strangers nt a smnll, Informal
A, No. Walt until the host or
hostess or some mutual friend
Q. What Is the symbolism ol
deep red roses?
Mr nnd Mrs B U Beecham
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr
and Mrs Wcslev Parker near Pied-
mont. • •
Sundav dinner guests of Mr and
Mrs Luther Dungan were Rev.
nnd Mrs G L. Trabant. Mrs. S. F.
Smith and daughters. Cecil and
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs
Bertha Moffat and sons, Osear
and Ivan, were Mrs Minnie Mof-
lat Mrs. Opal Moffat and children.
Dorothv end Allen. Jimmie Moffat
and Mrs. Alice Mol fat. Mr and
Mrs Ernest Llebseher and faintly,
Mr and Mrs. J J. Moffat and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Mervll Mof-
fat, Ralph Rovse. Jr., and Virdln
Rev and Mvs. O. L. Trabant
visited Tuesday evening with Mr
nnd Mrs. Ralph Rovse and (ana-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clvde Scott spent
Sunday afternoon with Ml- and
Mrs. Alva Scott
Mr. nnd Mrs. R O. Wallace end
Kermlt Scott attended the singing
convention at Heaston Sunday af-
Mr nnd Mrs. Ralph Royse and
F M Tolbert visited Mrs, Mnude
Rovse, east, of H Reno, Sunday
_ _____ —
Mhti up, drliiwrnf Ml Ih'iroit. I i Imml nn mil ruir*: mini* a ml local »«•*••* «/ «#(*)• optional equi/miMil anil mcccmHtric*—ctlr
Priam* mukjart lo rkoogr mlktnii nolle*.
loa A COMF1.BTE PICTURE of all that’* fine in motnr-
ing, anil all that's new for I*H0, come see the new
BLIND JUDGE WEDS 4,068
ARKANSAS CITY, Kan., -<U.R>
—Judge Willis White of the city |
court has performed 4,008 wed- j
ding ceremonies, yet he never saw
n single eouple that he has mar-
ried. The Judge la blind
School of (he
Ix*am (he latest ballroom
donees: the Castle ScholMsche,
Oonipli I'olka, Cutmiero, Hoopn-
A-Daisy, Raek-to-Haek. Clusses
for adults and Junior and sen-
ior highsrhool boys and girls.
I alNilIrk ami Cadillacs—on display today. (J You'll see
two new I.aSallaa— larger, more powerful, ntul inorv
ecmwmirut. You’ll see a vogue-setting new Cadillac—
tht nnopsl air in tlui itvrhl. Yoil'll see four new (ladillae-
Fleeiwnmla— including the Sixty Special and a com-
pletely new /oieer-prteed Fleetwood. (J You'll see, in
aiiort, the leader in luxury, safety,comfort and perform-
ance for every price group above a thousand dollar
(JThis brief description of the 1940 Cadillacs an
LaSalles merely suggests the tremendous progrei
these superb ears represent. It leaves out entirely an
discussion of the new ride, the new handling raai
ami of the mighty Cadillac V-B engines which powi
them all. It does so deliheraleb .becauseonly a look an
a rule can demonstrate the true greatness of these ear
(JWliy not make a personal investigation—today
ROTHER MOTOR COMPANY
•'Mil South Rock Island Phone 5
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