The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 92, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1951 Page: 2 of 6
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"By Patricia Clary
Author Bans Food
While on the Job
mm of his state plays.
He to playing a mjttaj charac-
ter called The Bat is the picture.
1> Harttrta." which Darryl T.
Zanuck and Joseph L. Mankfewicx
art teaming to make at Bth Cec-
Kij-ht. with Cary Grant and
Jeanne Crain as the stars.
Carrie is an old hand at scarlnf
people Be frightened movie-goer!
out at their seats in Great expec-
tations" as the eon net whose enj
race jumped upon the screen
shortly after the start of the film.
But be can be other thirds be-
llies frightening He was the lov-
able outspoken John Brown. Queen
Victoria s gillie- in "The Mudlark.'
Currie made his way to Bolly-
wood in easy stages. Prom hghmi
and "The Mudlark" be went to
Italj for "Quo Vadu" Then he
flew to Australia to portray Mau-
reen O'Haras father in "Kaigi-
too." After six months down under,
be took another plane to Holly-
wood far the Pox film.
'I find that Americans know
me." Currie said. 'Hot my name,
but my face I scared them, you
know, and when you scare people,
they remember you.' •
Currie worked in America once
before He did a monologue in ISO*
at Tony Pastor's theater In New
Hiis firm has riven its solemn word that it will not
J®cogni*a any form of solicitations until approval has
been made by the Solicitations Committee of the Retail
Merchants Association and an ^identification card pre-
sented to that effect
Please do not ask us to break our pledge
BWHSK? 2S2lS?i=,S5«=X£L2 S£*5
Cead TlarPut. Goshen. N.Y„ Aug. I Owned by Willis Evans of
Bark villi Garter. NY, the bay Nibble Hanover colt was the cham-
niaa two-year-old last season with a fast 1H He n training
* in Toledo, O. (NEA)
niu, OLIVER, manager of tfw
^ Southwest Ice company, came
to El Reno in January this year
from Coffeynlle. Kan . where he
alio had been manager of one
of the company's plants.
Oliver, who has been with the
Southwest Ice company tor Ue
past 29 years, earlier served as a
car inspector for the Missouri
Pacific railway. He is a memhf
of the Pint Chnstian church, the
Kiwants club, the an-
ionic lodge, and was a member
of the Rotary club at Coffeynlle
He Is married and hn tun
children. Mrs. C H. Barkhurst.
and a son. Wayne Oliver, of
Wichita. Kan. His is at
1112 West Wade
south of NW corner of lot II. block
14, thence south 43 feet, east 50
feet, north 43 feet, west 50 feet to
piece of beginning, m Okarche.
Inn Dresser to G E Dresser
Lot 13. block 94. B Reno.
Inn Dresser to Oeorge E Dresser
Met 19 feet of lot II. and all of
lots 12 and 13. and west 15 feet of
lot 14. all in block 1*. Keith's ad-
dition. B Reno
Nellie E Cover to Mary C Thom-
as West 30 acres of S 1 2 of S£ 1 4
of sect 25 township UN. range
5W of I. M except one half min-
eral rights heretofore conveyed by
grantor and old and gas lease now
This Pledge Protects Our Members
From Questionable Solicitations
Our members give liberally and freely to many worthwhile
causes in this community and will continue to support them.
But there are many schemes of various kinds constantly being
promoted that do not deserve financial support on the part of
our business men. The Solicitations Committee serves to screen
these questionable projects and to protect both members and
general public from wasting contributions needed by organiza-
tions which truly serve our community. Residents are urged to
co-operate with us in keeping phony schemes to a minimum
Toaigbt at 0:15
8:15 p. m.
Kisses For Professor
End Happy Semester
TEMPE Arix, June 15 —<U»—
Professor John iPopi Girdler re-
ceived s multiple farewell from M
coeds when be dionm^ his first-
year English class at the end of i
After quoting Shakespeare's “part-
ing is such sweet sorrow* the 70-
year-old professor was drilled by
Members of the Young Mamed
People's class called on Rev and
Mrs Gene Solomon Monday eve-
ning to welcome them to the class
The WSWS met with Mrs Ralph
Royse, Jr, Tuesday afternoon
There were 13 members present.
M and Mr*. Rufus Meschberger
and daughter. Lots, called on Mr
and Mrs Clyde Meschberger Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace.
Mr and Mrs Clyde Meschberger
and Mr and Mrs Virdin Royse
called on Mr and Mrs Ralph
Royse. jr_ Sunday evening
Mrs. Jake Siegnas ka returned
from a visit to Abilene Kan
Sir and Mrs Ralph Royse
visited Wednesday evening with
Mrs Ida Royse Union City
Mr and Mrs Gerald Thompson
were Saturday dinner guests of
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Royse. Jr, and
DO YOU GIVE FULL CONSIDERATION TO EVERY
APPEAL BEFORE MAKING YOUR CONTRIBUTION?
US. range 10W; NW'. of sect. 36.
*°wnship its. range 10W. SW1* of
Met. 19. township UN. range 9W.
NW'-» at sect. 3D. township UN.
tange 9W: NE-. of sect. 3D. town-
Bdp ON. range »W; NWS. of sect
••■■Hilp mt. rahge *W; as
of HE1* at act. 2$. township 13N.
range WW; 8S of NE'-. of sect.
M township UN. range 10W: SW'*
cf sect 31. township 191. range fW.
8E'. at sect 31. township 13N, range
VW; NWV, of sect 32. township
UN. tange »W Es of SB1, of
**et. 3i. township UN. range
*W; 8's of 8W-. of sect. 29.
•“•Mhtp UN. range *W; SW-,
•f sect 32. township 13N. range
•W; BE*, of sect 31 township
13N. range *W; EH of NE'. of
•eet. (, township 12N. range fW
8E>» and lots 1. 2 and 84 of NE1,
«f *«t- 5- township 12N. range 9W
8ES of sect. 24. township 13N.
range 10W; SE;. of jeet. 24. town-
ship 1SN. range 10W: SW of sect.
*4. township UN. range 10W: ,W»
of act. 31. township UN. range
re; E •> ac. of NE1. of sect. 19.
*®wnahip 13N. range 9W: SW. of
sect. 25, township 13N. range 10W:
MWa of sect. 2f township I3N.
PHM of NE-, at sect.
M. township UK range ww yr ,
of NE S, of sect 3*. township 13X.
range 19W: NE1, of NE1, of sect.
3*. township 13N. range 10W. NS
of NE of sect. 2*. township UN.
range UW; NE1. of RES. sect. 38.
township UN. range 14W: NWS of
HES. sect. 26. township UN. range
Retail Merchants Association
Jack E. Small
Radio and Television
400 Women To Attend
Garden Club Meeting
MISSOULA. Mont.. June 15—4U5
—Four hundred women delegates
will attend the annual meeting of
the National Council of Stale Gar-
den dubs. June 24-2S. at Missoula.
The delegates will represent 260 -
000 garden club members in 41
states and 7.700 garden dubs The
following candidates will be pre-
sented foe office by the nominating
President. Mrs O. C. Sptliers.
Tulsa Okla. first vice president.
Mrs William Walters. New Bruns-
wick. N J.; thirds vice president.
Mrs. Bradley Morrah. Greenville
8 C.: treasurer Mrs Nicholas J
Mertens Tudtahoe, N Y.: record-
ing secretary. Mrs. C. E Beavers.
Fort Worth. Tex; publications
chairman. Mrs Daniel J Mooney
Seven regional directors also hare
been named by the r- < m«r fny
committee mciadpg. New fpgUpd
Mra E Oar hale Baker Central At-
lanta. Mrs Luther Benton South
Atlantic. Mrs Karl A Bickel; Cen-
tral. Mrs R M Jackson. South
Central. Mrs J. C. Hardin Rocky
Mountain. Mrs G. R McArthur;
Pacific. Mrs John O. England
Mervil J. Meyer, Secretary-Manager
READY MIX CONCRETE
"EVERYBODY hot EVERYBODY
Rifle Down Throat
Doesn’t Hah Lioness
PRETORIA South Africa. June
15—<U8— A Lioness ambling away
from two constables who had dis-
turbed her at Maiopene. bordering
Kruger National park, suddenly
turned and charged.
One constable jammed his rifle
down the throat of the enraged
beast She shook the weapon iooae
and charged the other constable
J. J. Van Zyl.
Van Zyl fired twice at close
range but the lioness kept moving
in until a tfefetf shot dropped her
dead at his feet
Sunday Brin*s You a Chance to Hear
REV. R. D. MORROW
District Superintendent of Pentecostal Church of God
Northern California District
Rev Morrow has had some outstanding tn praying
of the sick. Be sure to hear him!
June 17 at 11 AJt awl 7:45 P..M.
First Pentecostal Church of God
rimW-H* K fc*" S, D. Vaagha. Faster
PLENTY OF TIME
TO PUNT COTTON
If You Get Your Cotton In
By JULY 1 You Should Have
125 DAYS To Moke Cotton
Comem! Tty out Us zip and pep!
Sure it’s true that “Everybody, but
Everybody” reads the Want-Ads!
That’s because Want-Ads are so
dowaiight human! Want-Ads aie
the mirror of the community. They
reflect its prosperity, needs, and
wants. Want-Ads are so downright
human hecanse everyone can, and
Need a new job? Rand the Want-
Ads. . . . Want to rent, buy, sell or
trade? Use the Waat-Afe. Yes.
everyone reads and benefits by the
Want-Ads because the classified ads
in this paper is by far the largest
market place in our community.
For results and profit . . . READ
AND USE THE WANT-ADS!
You Need Only 100 Days
Average Frost Date Is Nor. 4
W. L WILLIAMS & SONS
GOAD MOTOR CO
V 8 ENGINE
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 60, No. 92, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1951, newspaper, June 15, 1951; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924756/m1/2/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.