The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1956 Page: 3 of 6
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iday, February 24, 1956
The El Reno (Okie.) Daily Tribune
pd LaRoye Williams, 21, and
Ann Means, 19, both of Okla-!
Oil and Gas Laasas
ite of Oklahoma to the Phil- ‘
Petroleum company, part of:
pnie and E. L. liarbinson to
fCarter Oil company, part of
E. Blakely to the Carter Oil
pany, part of 35-11-5.
tank and Katy Vrana to the
june Oil company, part of 27-
;|rah May Ostott et al to the
(s Service Oil company, part
ignmant of Oil and Gas Laasas
nn Wagner to W. E. Howell,
BW of 16-12 5.
Irtrude Postle to Mary Helen
*. an undivided interest in and
Ml of the oil, gas and other
j-rals in and under and that
’ be discovered in part of 26-11-
*e Oklahoma Railway com-
j. a dissolved corporation, to
... Bowers, an undivided 1j in-j
.4, and to Eugene and Julia
;|an. an undivided Vj interest
nd to all of the oil, gas and
,'r minerals in and irnder and
: may be discovered in the N
fiman and Jennie Dannehl to
jry and Shirley Jane lleupel.
Jiterest in and to all of the oil.
[, and other minerals in and
ifr and that may be discovered
|,ie NW of 17-13-6.
elease of Oil and Gas Laasa
J Clogg to J. C. Schieber, part
i Warranty Deads
■ady W. and Flora Mae Tim-
ake to Robert L. and Nell P.
;ley, lots 39 and 40 in block 2
i\he Boynton Heights addition
Jae city of El Reno.
Short I-. and Nell P. Hadley
to Robert L. and Nell P Hadley,
lots 39 and 40 in block 2 of the
Boynton addition to the city of El
Bowers and Jordan Investment
company to R. S. Bowers, an un-
divided Vi interest in and to lots
16, 15 and the north 10 feet of lot
14, and lots 3, 4 and 5 in block 110,
and part of lot 6 in block 110, all
in the city of El Reno, and an un-
divided Vi interest to Eugene and
Julia Jordan in the same describ-
LeRoy W. and Dorothy Peterson
to II. M. and Mary E. Kanaly. lots
4 and 5 and the west 10 feet of lot
3 in block 27 of the town of Pied-
Harry and Shirley Jane Heupel
to Frederick and George Heupel.
an undivided 1 3 interest in the
SW of 17-13 6.
Frederick Heupel et al to Her-
man and Jennie Dannehl. the NW
Jess W. and Marguerite M. Hay-
den to Billy King Nuzman, a tract
of land containing a little less than
1 3/4 acres in 7-12-7,
William Garner and Dorothy Ann
Noland to Colin R. and Iona M.
Clevenger, lot 1 in block 1 of the
Jerome addition to the city of El
The El Reno Mutual Investment
company to J. L. and Hattie Faye
Mauldin, lots 21. 22 and 23 in block
2 of the Boynton Heights addition
to the city of El Reno.
Jean L and Dorothy M. Phillips
to Wayne Gill. »» interest in the
SW of 16-12-6, reserving an un-
divided 1 8 mineral interest.
Guaranty Building company to
Harry and Selma M. Von Tungeln.
the south 33 feet of lot 2 and all
of lot 3 in block 9 of the Gadberrv
addition to the city of El Reno.
G. W. and Flora Mae Timber-
lake to the F.1 Reno Mutual In-
vestment company, a corporation,
lots 5 and 6 in block 4 of the Boyn-
ton Heights addition to the city of
FHA Broiler Hospital Notes
PMrs And<’rson- 100 Slant. !
* " "/**• entered Park View hospital Thurs ,
Aj, ^day for medical treatment.
\Jl\OrCflG Alvin Henricksen, 2448 Towns
End drive, entered Park View Feb.
OKARCHE, Feb. 24—The seven ; 4 for mectical treatment and was
FFA members who are undertak-1 dismissed Thursday,
ing the broiler project this spring Michae, M Cavins, 7. son of
are being sponsored by local busi- and Mrs Maurice Cavins 719
nessmen and parents Each mem- Hadd entered Park view
Kr.M ii.,r L vh.k nm.irtnnii.k of h l c
ber, with the assistance of his Feb J9 for medica, treatmrn( and
sponsor is competmg for prizes wag djsmjssed Thursday.
given by the Kingfisher Poultry Randan Andrew son of
federation. . I Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Knight, 145
Each of the students entering ^jorth l, entered Park View Feb.
the project has received 50 broiler jg for medical treatment and was
chicks and will keep records of dismissed Thursday,
the cost of the chicks, and all feed „ . .
and utility bills during a nine- , F?d Austin. North Rock
week neriod Island, ‘*ntered Park 'lew Feb 19
™ ' for medical treatment and was dis- f
The project will be concluded misspd Thursday,
with a dressed broiler show U.be, ph „erod> go3 South
held April 18 Judging wiU be Entered Park View;
based on flock weight records, ,or medica, trea,ment
kept during the nine-week period > dlamisaed Thursday,
and on birds exhibited in the dress* _
8h°'V. . . PLEADS INNOCENT
Local boys and their sponsors „
are: Ed Bissa by the Okarche "ae 109 block North Bar-
Lumber company; Albert Schroder ker, Thursday afternoon pleaded
by Farmers Co-Op; Leon M. innocent to a charge of driving
Schroder by S and H service sta- whjje drunk before Countv Judge
tion: Ben Brueggen by Francis Roberson who her ^
Borelli; and Leon T. Schroeder, .
Joh Mike Rund and Buddy at She was arrested Saturday
Schroeder are being sponsored by by city police and later turned to
Cools off the hot ones!
225 H. P.
Huddart-Cornelius Motor Co.
200 North Choctaw Phone 546
Tops for Lenten Meals
CENTRAL DAIRY PRODUCTS
900 N. Choctaw
Is Your Time
• :3( A. M. to 10 A. M.
-10 A. M. to 10:30 A M.
|want to start tin - little column
with an expression of thanks
»u men who attend the Everett
(e Men's Bible tflaaa clown heir
:he Presbyterian church. Vou
I: been faithful in building and
litaining oiu- attendance and
Busing the wood work ot thl*
When we have everyone pull-
Itogether we are sure to aecom-
|i our goals.
le’re looking for you to be with
[gain this coming Siuiday mom-
land hope you'll make it a point
bring- a friend with you. We
from past experience that
friends and neighbors will be
eful to you for introducing them
class and all that it means
many men in El Reno,
newcomer here will enjoy the j in Chickasha.
[iwshlp period during our coffee
and. just as all of us always
lreceive a new inspiration from
C. L. Bear. Class President.
About Home Foils
Mrs. Evelyn Eiseman of Okla-
homa City was a gnest Thursday in
the home of her niece. Mrs. Sid-
ney S. Schmoyer and Mr. Schmoy-
er. 708 South Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. David Glass of
Chickasha are spending the week-
end in the homes of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glass, 1103
East Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Dillmgbam. 520 South Hoff.
Libby Ann Arnold, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Don Arnold, 921
South Hoff and Dolores Oneth,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Glenn
Oneth, 321 West Wade, are spend-
ing the weekend on the campus of
the Oklahoma College for Women
Mrs. C. V. Kckelberry and Mrs.
Ella Mitchell of Calumet were F.1
Reno visitors Friday.
DON’T MISS THESE
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SERVEL Refrigerator. Clean ........39*95
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G-E Refrigerator, Nice _______59*95
WESTINGHOUSE fSSET 69.95
HOT POINT Refrig.. Very Nice____89.95
KENMORE w^ .............59.95
A. B. C. Waalur .............. 49.95
HOT POINT cm*. Dm* 49.95
TAPPAN Gaa ii.w, 29.95
John K. Smith, John J. Smith
and Mrs. Henry Rother, accom-
panied by Mrs. Don Glidewell, of
Tulsa, attended the funeral ser-
vices Monday at St. Louis. Mo.,
for Brother Osmund Werner,
O. F. M. who died Friday morn-
ing at the age of 86 years. Brother
Osmund was a brother-in-law of
John K. Smith.
The final meeting for “Operation
Understanding-’ Holy Trinity
church has been beld and instruc-
tions given to those appointed to
invite non-Cathoiic friends who
might be interested to visit the
church. Father Von Elm has an-
nounced that everything is ready
for the openhouse which will be
held on March 4, at Holy Trinity
and all Catholic parishes in the
Operation understanding was
organized UDder the direction of
Rev. Eugene J. McGuinness, Cath-
olic Bishop of the Diocese. Mon-
signor S. F. 1-uecke of Oklahoma
City is general chairman of the
Pastors of the church will be
on hand to welcome the visitors
and explain the various parts as
they tour the church.
Mrs. Schroder Hostess
Mrs. H. W. Schroder entertain-
ed at cards Wednesday evening
when guest* were Mr. and Mrs
C. L. Schroder, Mrs. Emma Huel-
skoetter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Schroder and Mr. and Mrs. Her
Holy Trinity highschool students
were awarded a "Sportsmanship
Trophy’’ Monday, Feb. 20. during
the monthly meeting of the Ok-
arche Lions club. Representatives
at the dinner from Holy Trinity I
were Father Buxton, coach; Nor-
. bert Hoehner and Keith Ott. co-
captains of the Tigers; Mary Roth-
er and Marcella Mueggenborg, co-
captains of the Tigerettes.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gruntmeir,
Okarche, are parents of a daughter
born Feb. 17, in the Okarche
Mcmoiial hospital. She weighed
seven pounds, six ounces and has
been named Martha Ann. Mrs.
Gruntmeir and the infant were dis-
missed Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George
Hufnagel. F.1 Reno, a son, named
Thomas Allen, on Feb. 18. in the
Okarche Memorial hospital. He
weighed nine pounds, twelve ounc-
A son weighing seven pounds,
ten ounces was bom to Mr. and
Mrs. Rodney Donham. El Reno,
Feb. 19 in the Okarche Memorial
hospital He has been named Mich-
ael Rod Mrs. Donham and the
infant were dismissed Feb. 21.
Mrs. John Gruntmeir. Okarche.
entered the hospital for medical
care Feb. 16, and was dismissed
HIS LITTLE CHICKADEE
DENNIS, Mass. —*lpi— A one-
legged chickadee visits a backyard
feeding station owned by Warren
Wigginton every day. The chicka-
dee never lets any other birds
share his bath, scolding them all
the county Her arrest followed an
accident on city streets.
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• A graduate registered phar-
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We Give Green Stamp*
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No Extra Charge
Bring Film In Before 5:30—
Get Prints Next Day at 5:30
OPEN EVENINGS A SUNDAY
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