The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1956 Page: 6 of 6
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The PI Rene (Okie.) Dally Tribune
('■IRL—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris,
Hinton, are the parents of a daugh-
ter, Melodie Gave, born in Park
View hospital Thursday. The baby
weighed nine pounds, seven ounces.
GIRL— Ensign and Mrs. James
William Weed, jr., Pensacola, Fla.,
are the parents ot a daughter bom
Thursday, Feb. 23. The daughter
weighed seven pounds, one and a
half ounces and has been named
Wendy Kathryn. Her paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
James W. Weed, Reformatory Cir-
EL RENO MARKETS
(Corrected to 2 p.m., Feb. 24)
Milo (bright)_________________ l.go
Ear Corn___________ 1.20
j Barley _____ .90
j Large Eggs...................35
Pullets Eggs ..................28
Heavy Hens, 4^-lb. Grade ... .16
Light Hens__________ .11
190 to 240 pounds barrows and
gilts 11.75 to 12.24; sows 550
pounds and down 9.50 to 10.75.
OKLAHOMA CITY LIVESTOCK
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb 24— W
—Cattle 175; calves 25; not enough
to make a market.
Hogs 200; mixed No. 1 to 3 180 ,
to 240 pounds 12 50 to 13.25
Sheep 50; not enough to make a
PAUL B. HOFFMAN
THE FARMERS MITTAL
FIRE DiSCRANCE COMPANY
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK. Feb. 24-uP-Cot
ton futures were lower today as
the market experienced profit tak-
ing and hedging. ixtsses at one
time extended to $1 15 a bale.
CHICAGO, Feb. 24 —r>p)— Mild
profit taking got the better of
most grains on the board of trade
today. Dealings were fairly active.
Losses never were large and
toward the finish a firming note
New crop wheat futures were
the weakest of all grains, selling
around a cent lower most of the
Wheat closed 1/8 to 1 1/8 lower,
March *2.20 3/4 to 7/8, corn 1/4
to 1/2 lower, March $1 30 to 1.30
1 8, oats unchanged to 7/8 lower,
March 62 7/8 to 3/4, rye 1/2 to
3/4 higher, March $1.31 1/4, soy-
beans 1/2 lower to 1 cent higher,
March $2 60 1/4 and lard 12 to 18
cents a hundred pounds lower,
• TFKRACFS • DAMS
OF ALL KINDS
C. E. Merveldt
Phones 2636 or 2268-W-3
Late afternoon prices were 10
to 80 cents a bale lower than the
previous close March 35 75, May
34.30 and July 34.35.
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK
KANSAS CITY. Feb 24- iP-Cat
tie 200; calves 50; not enough to
Hogs 2,500; mixed No. 1 to 3
South End Marker Avenue
NEW YORK STOCKS
NEW YORK Feb 24 —UP— The
stock market paced ahead today
in its fifth straight advance with
gains broadly distributed in the
The rise carried many prices up
I to around 3 points while losers
Trading was brisk at an esti-
mated 2,800,(XX) shares, one of the
better totals of the year. There
were 2,900,000 shares traded in
yesterday’s strong market.
All divisions of the market bene-
fited from the advance—steels,
motors, railroads, oils, chemicals,
rubbers, aircrafts, radio televi-
sions, and the airlines.
About Home Folks
I Mrs. J. H. Wilson, 1516 West
Walnut and Mrs. Charles S. Forbes,
, 1016 South Macomb, were Okla-
j homa City visitors Thursday af-
Mrs. Loren Ware of Fort Worth,
Tex., is visiting with her mother,
Mrs. F. R. Gaughorn, 620 South
I Ellison, a patient at Park View
hospital. The condition of Mrs.
Gaughorn is reported as satisfac-
Mrs. C. G. Frost returned to
her home in Okluhoma City Friday
after visiting in the home of Mr
and Mrs. Kermit P. Schafer Cl8
G. W. Timberlake, 1505 West
Shuttee, transacted business in
Oklahoma City Friday.
YOUNG PRO — Linda Lewis,
5, hus no time for dolls She’s
starting out on a career as the
world's youngest pro golfer.
Here, she follows her father,
trick shot artist Chuck Lewis]
while getting in shape for a
tour of service hospitals with
a special act.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Penner of
Mill Creek, Johnston county, are
spending the weekend in the home
of their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Von Tun-
geln and children, Penny, Amanda
and Mike, northwest of El Reno.
Are Found Safe
Etta Dale Braves
DO YOU KNOW
you can own
MIAMI, Fla , Feb. 24—<45—The
coast guard said today six light
planes which disappeared yester-
day after taking off from Cuba for
Jamaica had been found at Nique-
ro, Cuba, and the 16 missionaries
.aboard were all safe.
“We don’t know whether they
had trouble or just decided to land
there for the night,” said a coast
Nine planes carrying the mis
sionaries on a goodwill tour of the
Caribbean islands took oil yester-
day from Camaguey, Cuba, bound
for Kingston, Jamaica. Only three
of the planes reached Kingston.
BTW To Play Host
For Cage Tourney
Etta Dale junior highschool's
Braves defeated Emerson Sham-
rocks of Enid in a game there
Thursday by a score ot 41-40.
Trailing 16 to 21 at the half-
time, the Shamrocks picked up
steam to overtake Etta Dale and
get a 36 34 lead, but the Braves
came back to win after Elton
Moore, Emerson center, fouled out
with about three minutes to go.
Moore was high scorer with 16
points, followed by Tom Mowery
of El Reno who had 15.
In an eighth grade clash the
Braves, led by Bert Riekner with
his 17 points, defeated the Enid
eighth graders by a score of 33-
27 after leading 11-5 at end of the
first quarter, 18-14 at the halftime
and 23-18 at end of the third.
Doug Keller followed Riekner
with 7 points for the Braves while
Enid's Mac Plummer had 11 and
Bob Schwinke was next for Emer-
son with 7.
Store at Geary Sold
The Allison grocery at Geary has
Friday, February 24, 19
Farm/ Home Show Details are Stud
been sold to Ctiflord Mapes and
Orville Richardson of the M. and
R. t oodstore there, and the new ■
owners are moving their grocery
stocks from their old location to
the Allison location.
The sale was announced at
Geary by Jim Hodges of El Reno.
Richardson formerly was em-
ployed for 12 years by the Allison
store before forming a partner-
ship with Mapes last summer.
Sacred Heart highschool and
grade school basketball games, ori-
ginally scheduled for tonight with
St. Joseph’s school of Chickasha,
have been cancelled, it was an-
nounced today by Father Thomas
Duffy, who said the games may
be rescheduled later.
Plans for a farm and home
show, tentatively planned for the
first week in April at Thunderhird
coliseum, were taken up at the
regular junior chamber of com-
merce meeting today noon.
The proposed event calls for
participation of all El Reno busi-
ness firms desiring to show mer-
chandise and farm equipment.
Kenneth Crownover, general
chairman, said the number of
booths has not been determined
but committee members Stanley
Youngheim and Sam Davis are at
work on that phase of planuing.
In other business it was an-
nounced the ‘ Speak Up, Jj
program will be held at 7:30
Paul Huber reported mer
have continued enthusiastic!
support the Jaycee Eastei
hunt, to be held March !
county youngsters, and that
money now amounts to mon
. . . Investment Securities
Corder G. Paulsen
l»ho. 508-tot Prof. Bldg.
Asioc. Clisbee-Thompson & Co.
Don't Miss the Junior
FAT STOCK SHOW
Canadian County Fair Grounds
We are proud of our Canadian County boys
and girls who put in so many hours of hard
work getting ready for this show and the
others to follow. One of their greatest re-
wards can be your appreciation of their
efforts .. . Drive out and see the show!
Tournament basketball play in
Ihe Northwest loop district will
start at 10 a m. Saturday in the
Booker T Washington gym with
Crescent meeting Enid and this
game to be followed by a Geary
El Reno clash.
Geary was champion of last
year’s tournament and Crescent
took second place.
Second session of play will start
at 2 p.m. with Dover and Clinton
tangling with winners of the first
Finals and consolation games will
start at 7 p. m.
Vernes Zum Mailed
...just s5 per month!
... AND, DO YOU KNOW YOU GET
THE GUARANTEE OFFERED WITH OTHER REFRIGERATORS?
Vernes II Zum Mullen, formerly
of Okarche, specialist third class
with the army, currently serving in
Japan, has received a commenda-
tion for his work with the recent-
ly discontinued Fourth army unit
from Major Charles F. Riordan.
The commendation cited the out-
standing manner in which he per-
formed duties as operations clerk
ior the unit, and praised his ef-
forts as primarily responsible for
the successful accomplishment of
the unit’s mission.
Zum Malien is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Herman Zum Mallen,
... AND DO YOU KNOW YOU GET
50 YEARS FREE SERVICE
WITH SERVEL—AS COMPARED WITH 1 YEAR
WITH OTHER REFRIGERATORS
Cub Scout Pack Sets
Its Annual Banquet
The Hillcrest school Cub Scout
' Pack- 379, will hold its annual
Blue and Gold banquet at 6:30 p.m
Monday, Feb. 27. in the school.
Layton Perry, pack chairman,
j said Mrs. Lloyd I-orenzen is in
I charge of arrangements for the
annual event, which this year will
take the form of a “pot luck’’ din
(jtie the Buick SPECIAL — and you really ought to try it/J
Toured by Students
... AND, DO YOU KNOW YOUR
OLD REFRIGERATOR IS
ON A NEW SERVEL GAS REFRIGERATOR
Forty-seven students from Ban-
ner school, toured The Daily Tri-
bune office and plant today under
leadership of Mrs. Karl Janssen
and Mrs. George Witcher, teach-
The tour followed a visit to the
j rural school art exhibit and stu-
dents were accompanied by three
j adult patrons, Mrs. Charles Hick-
lorson, Mrs. Ivan Barnett and Mrs.
I Mattie Cox.
rjuns is tlie one that’s going to town in a BIC way.
And you’ll know what we mean when you take its
measure—by any yardstick you choose.
By the pound and inch, it’s the biggest bundle of high-
powered action and high-fashion luxury ever offered in
Buick’s lowest-priced Series.
By ihe dollar sign, it’s a value so big that Buick outsells
every other car in America except two ol the well-
known smaller ones.
acceleration for a needed safety-surge when you floor
the pedal and switch the pitch.
You II know it by your complete mastery of a big ear
that handles like a drcain—steers like a wish—and rides
like a cloud in the blue.
Willard Parks, Owner
"YOUR EXCLUSIVE SERVEL DEALER"
211 North Bickford phone 180
After llonr* Call 2745
Weekday*—* ».ro. lo 9 pm
Sundays—9 am. Ut 8 p.m.
But not till you’ve put this 1956 Buick Special to the
road can you know what a big-time performer it
You’ll know it by the instant response and purring might
of a 322-cubic-inch V8 engine that’s been lofted to new
peaks of power and compression.
You’ll know ft by the flash-uwuy action of a new
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mileage in normal situations-and zooms to full-power
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