The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 49, No. 190, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 8, 1940 Page: 2 of 6
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EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8,1940
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NEW YORK BOY RECEIVES SURPRISE OF HIS LIFE
FETED AT PARTY
Alpha Zeta Beta Group
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
YUKON. Oct. 8—Miss Marguer-
ita Harding was hostess to the
Alpha Zeta Beta sorority Thurs-
day night at a dessert bridge when
additional guests included Mrs.
Jack Sinclair and Mrs. Lott.ve
Favors were awarded Mrs James
Bradfield nnd Mrs Roger Wor-
Mrs. Worsham will be hostess on
Thursday. Oct. 17.
Yukon persons who attended the
MacDowell club luncheon at the
Oklahoma City Golf and Country
club in Oklahoma City last Wed-
nesday were Mrs. Charles Fulton
Mrs. Claude Alexander. Mrs James
foster. Mrs Walter Berg. Mrs.
R. C. Warren and Mrs. Norman
Mrs. Paul Stormant oi Tulsa is
vhlting her parents. Mr and Mrs.
Among those from Yukon lo
attend the Oklahoma-A and M
football game at Norman Satur-
day were Mr. and Mrs R. J
Kintz. Mr. and Mrs V M. Comp-
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wheat-
ley Mr. and Mrs. James Saund-
ers. Mr. and Mrs Norman Kroutll.
Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Goodman, Mr
and Mrs. Claude Alexander. Mr
and Mrs. W Winton, R A. Myers,
son. Ralph, jr. H T. Burson.
T. C Cox. R J Kintz, jr.. Mar-
tin Turner. C C. Coyle. Rev
Charles Davis and Roger Worsham
Mrs. S. S Sanuer entertained at
a family dinner Sunday honoring
her daughter. Mrs. E. L. Hunnicutt,
of Sau Gabriel, Call!
Guests were Dr and Mrs W W
Sanger and daughter. Nancy Gail,
of Oklahoma City. Mr and Mrs scripture by Ocne Cannon
Stephen Saucer and family oi
Chiekasha; Dr and Mrs. W B
Sanger and family. Yukon
HE’S TALKING, TOO
F. H. 0. Chapters Meet In
Sayre For Program
BY TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
GFARY. Oct. 8—Geary chapters
of the Future Homemakers of
Oklahoma attended the third an-
nual sub-district rally at 3avre j
Cne of the highlights of the
i day's program was "Magic in the
1 Home" by Bob Clark, Sayre. Mr.
I Clark explained that as a hobby i
he took up magic. His skill was
demonstrated by a number of I
verv interesting and fascinating
Pauline Caldwell, Thomas, serv-
ed as chairman for the day. Mart
Jane Stewart, Watonga, acted as
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ML1 CD, DOGGONE IT!—Bab* Rufh, former New Yerlc Yenkeei King of Swat, missed this one,
at baseball school for 2,500 youthful fans at New York Fair's Academy of Sports. When Stephen
Forman, 12, behind plate, opened his eyes, he got surprise of his life. Ball was in his mitt.
ON STUMP—Senator Charles
L. McNary, Republican Vice
Presidential candidate who
vice-chairman, and Phoebe Jane usually lets the other fellow do plo‘ts of the bi& Krav killers.
the talking, is making his first
formal campaign tour, starting
at Pittsburgh. Trip takes him
into Illinois, North Dakota,
Minnesota and Iowa. Later he
will speak in Nebraska, Okla-
............. ^ ^ ______ homa, Kansas, Missouri and II-
Thomas. vice chairman; and Hen- ; linois. Speeches will be broad-
Timber Wolves “
Arnii^p Tpvan«* tacked youne‘rfllves
niUUSC 1 C Art I IS Baker already has trapped and
- | killed two wolves, mates caught in
MARSHALL. Tex.. Oct. 8— (U.R) | adjoining traps. Five were caught
—Timber wolves, which should be jn cass county, to the north
about as rare in the east Texas | Across in Louisiana. to the east,
plney woods as polar bears, have! cevPrai catches were reported,
been marked foe. extermination by i -—-—--
irs tm-m M “i Will, But No Way, To
what they have had to put up, Pin Down Inheritance
with were fierce, bold wolves ; --- , „ .
which have killed goats and j EL PASO, Tex.. Cc . — ’ ’
calves, and even gone so far as! Joaquin Isaacs has a a t ,u
to satisfy a taste for sweets by’® way—to capitalize upon 13 ■
(leaning out watermelon patches.; will.
Carl R. Baker, government wolf i The will bequeaths hint $1,800.
trapper, has been called in and. He can’t find a way to bene u
said that it will take him at least J from the will because he can t Hue
three months to rid Harrison ! th® $1,800.
county of the marauders. The will is in the handwriting.
The wolves first were let loose of his wife. Refugia Sorrtana de
in the area by fox hunters. That Isaccs. who died in August. It
was 10 years ago. But the hunt- designates $1,800 "in the bank,
ers failed to catch them all and i 1
since then they have multiplied
and become bolder.
Stories are plentiful of the e.x-
Midesell, Geary, as secretary.
Miss Mary Russell, state super-
visor of vocational education, ap-
peared on the program.
The election ox officers follow-
ed in the business session. Mary
Jane Stewart, Watonga, was elect-
ed chairman; Betty McNeil,
Compiled by the E.H.S.
Miss Cornelia Potter homemakitv.
HOW CAN I?
Bv ANN ASIII.EY
tietta Fiolle. Geary, secretary.
Geary F. H O. members in the
senior highschool who attended
the rally were Zelma Dalke,
Eleanor Chase, Joy Cooper, Nina
Jo Ford. Zelma Mull, Mary O’-
Neal. Pauline Wosika, Aline Win-
„ , , ,, ei? Ardeth Armstrong, Charlene
Q. How can I hasten the growth I „ , . _ ’ _
Brooks, Shirley Corey, Fern Cro-
thers. Mary Gitklings, Sylvia Oorm-
ley. Maxine Hart, Agnes Lowry,
Marion Hall, Bessie Earles, Hen-
iletta Fiolle, Nancy Kltson, Mar-
Squad leaders for the first «•-.
mester In the physical education;
rlassev have been elected as fol-1
lows: of plants?
First hour—Mary Lu Blair. Jean j A Make a mixture of 1 table-
i Funk. Betty Lou Tomlins and spoonful of Epsom salts and 12
Muriel Jean Wleman 1 gallons of cold water. Dissolve
Second hour -Lois Taylor. Bon- thoroughly Pour this solulion oyer 10n Heldalauf, Erma Armstrong,
Assembly program at'the junior,1'16 H,l,h **r‘e‘ta Wi"<“ the >,li*n,s a,ul il wiU Shirley Corey, and Mrs. E. C.
1 garner and Dorothy Bhike hasten their growth.
Third hour— Esther Peck. Eve-: q how can 1 treat, tender feet?
iyn LaFollette, Carol Jean Cham- A A reBlwjv f0r tender feet Is.
bers and Mary Edna Hal.' t fhptI. tn roIfi ,hpn Franklin, Ruth Lehman. Juanita
Fourth hour Carlton Booth. ^ thoroughly wrT olve oil, or King. Clearicc Pn.zack, IWoy
highschool Friday consisted of
the following numbers:
Flag salute led by Jack Cox;
about James Whitcomb Riley bv
Mary Edna Hale; rending. "Little
Crphnn Annie.’ by Howard Lee
U. C. Lowry, a big landowner
near here, said he put about 200 ’
goats on his farm and that many ;
of them fell prey to the wolves. .
Another farmer said a band of
the wolves broke and ruined 28 of
Ills watermelons in one night, i
Lowry said one of his farm
workers reported to him that
while riding through a pasture in i
ft truck he had seen a wolf travel- thinGT
stutz and Jerry returned to their >ng with a herd of cows, perfectly ; that
at home with them. The wolf
slunk off whpn it saw the man
home in Tulsa Tuesday
Mrs Herbert Spencer and son.
Bobby, of Tulsa are visiting Mrs.
Spencer's parents, Mr. and Mrs
The woives. said to number
Da ike, club mother
Junior high F. H. O. members
attending were Jane Mikesell, Ruth
Shirley Grillllan. Sabine
and Peggy Wright
alcohol. Last, dust them with tal-
Long. Elaine Tinder. Edith Keith
Barbara Stallirber. Barbara Clark.
Bobble Dixon, Bernice Tedford.
Mrs. Carl Sanders and Mrs. Lt-
land Slsney accompanied Miss
Lillia Sisney to El Reno Sunday.
Miss Slsney. a teacher at El
Reno, visited over the week-end
in Geary with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Sisney.
Willard King. Fort Cobb, visited
in Geary during the week-end.
Mrs Franklin Auslev of Beau-
mont, Tex., visited in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T J Ausley i
during the past week.
Jane Vogle of Mangum spent
Mrs. Antonio Taborek. who was and Marjorie Sams
Elmer Law son. who became aud Harper; reading "Raggedy Man Nadine Rugg who lhat l,aint wll> stlck ,0 11 morP
denly ill: Monday, was taken to by Ml|rlP, Jpan vvieman; dm- PleUher , ,, , "l" readily’
the "El Reno sanitarium for treat- _ abom sishts at ,he''*re m6lnbers of ,he ,u,nWln*; '
matte sxrt aoom srcms at m Rr Knvf a number of stunts' A. Rub tne surface of the tin-
state fair, bv Jerry Mae ooper j Thursday at a party given ‘ ware with a piece of rough pumice
t«lten to an Oklahoma Ci>\ hos- l»S Hud.lv Marsh ‘stone or coarse sandpaper, and
Dital last week lot treatment, is Ci,ro1 Je*" c,'lul’b* r !«• vroup - apply a thin roal of shellac var-I Billie Gilbert. Mrs. Emery Mike-1 Todd. 15. claims the 1940 Rocky
reported to still be in a very seri- slnKinK of 1 An’ an Amerir#n In keeping with their study and nish 1 sell, club mother, and Mrs. R K.; mountain record for rattlesnake
ous condition Guests at the Wednesday assent- learning io play basebaii. tl>---—— | Phelps, dub sponsor. < killings. Young Pat accounted for
,,, u,,rn- Wj inelurted Mr nnd Mr A L kiris’ physical education class*-, i |....d• n,u..|c , Mrs. Vance Law and son of 20 snakes—each with lrom nine to
ami Mrs. spencer Barn ... ................ .............--- - ....... - — —••• Li* JedKlRh ISlMMh • Tulsa are visiting friends and114 rattles-whlle herding sheep.
Army To i oung Men r«-i«tives in Geary,
Frances Woodruff, Imogene Cut-1 Saturday and Sunday in Geary
nose. Minnie Shore, Bobbie Her-1 Tommy Ausley left Sundav lor
bold. Laura Jo Douglas, Helen | Stillwater where he is employed
Walker. Elveta Easley, Margaret
Johnson, Margaret Ewell, Anna j HOY KILLS 20 RATTLERS
Mae Glass, Nelda Mae .Dickerson, | HILLSIDE, Wyo. —<U.R>— Pat
hill and daughter. Elizabeth Anri., McSpadden and John Taylor, ant have been listening to the broatl-
I evangelistic group from the Pen-1 casts of the world .series.
I tecostal Chinch of God. | - ] _ __
, The junior high presented a pro- Miss Kathryn Morris’ homeroom SWEETWATER Tex Oct. 8—
gram consisting of solos, duets, attended a church service Sundav. W.B—Uw Jenkins, who rose from
making a hundred percent In cavalryman to lightweight Itoxlng
champion of the world within a
of-Tulsa, spent the week-end with
their parents. Mr. and Mrs J. C
Barnhill. Yukon, and Mr and Mrs
Joe Every. Okarche
Earl Griffin was taken to an
El Reno hospital Saturdav night
and t rlos
The assembly was concluded with Attendance,
a talk by Mrs MeSpndden.
Research May Eliminate contributing to me Mexican
U’Jn.r 1,'lifHx.i-c exhibit held last week In the hnm, -
Bombers mjr I lutters makln8 dppiirtmem the tunic.
Lu Blair. Mary Chandler. Bev-
CAMBRTDGE Mass Oet 8 -
lUtdi-spesd "ly Ann BvtcI. Billie Jean White.
dive bombing—the “wing flutter"
Findings are being kept .secret.
Dr William Bollav. who Is work-
ing with factory engineers, says
further experimentation is needed.
- few months. Is one of the biggest
Plans are bring made in the boosters for the armed forces
7-N class lor a Halloween party "I owe a lot to the army." Jen-
in the junior high gymnasium kins told Recruiting Sergeant Ed
Tlie committee tn charge of the Conley here recently "Personally.
, „„ ,, plans for the party include the I believe every boy ought to have
high j»ere Muriel ^Wleman. Mary rlas< president, John Blffle. Man- at least six months in the army
rice Etheridge, vice president. Bet- "One of the be-d things that
ty Artnold, Shirley Ann GllHlan. ever happened to me was mV en-
Elln Lu Bywater, Lerton Dawson, llstmenl. It took nip off the streets,
John Gatltff and Bobbv Green where I was toanting as an idle
---boy It taught me discipline, and
All Confusion In Name " ,hP ‘mportance of
Mr. and Mrs. Almon Russell
of Clinton are visiting Mrs. Ru*-
sell's mother. Mrs W W Morri-
son. who is ill.
Mrs. Ira Amstutz and son, Jer-
ry. accompanied Mrs. Amstutz’;
mother, Mrs. Mary Stiunbo, to her
home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Am-
NEW ( LASS STARTS OCT. 2#
Enrol Now. All Work Under
TRUAX HEAl'TY COLLEGE
This Week’s Service Special
10 POINT A* 2C
( hecks ignition, electrical system
generator charging rate, spark
plugs cleaned and respaced, start-
er inspected, battery serviced,
carburetor and fuel pumps clean-
ed and adjusted, air cleaner serv-
iced, compression checked, radia-
tor and cooling system flushed,
all hose connections tightened,
nar axle and transmission check-
ed. (Cost of material, if nepded,
not included i.
BODY A PAINT DEPARTMENT
Our Service Department Open
7:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
YOUR FORD DEALER
108 North Rock Island Phone 3
STEP \JP, MEN
SOT A10RE OF
\l'HAT y$U WANT
line roll - your - own i J
Cigirettes in every ; i 11
handy pocket tin [' M
ot Crirxe Albert
B. J. 9eftteiiU Inb. Co.
THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE
Betty Lu Tomlins. Jean Funk
P.itsv Cosgrove. Virginia Roberts
Lois Wilson, Madclyn Ozmun and
Mary Lu Blair, whose mother
but the>*.have "a falrlv good idea made a trip to Mexico recently,
a* to the solution " brought a sernue, a basket much-
Dr Bollav explains that "wing °> cactus haves, shoes, a coast.-
flutter" develops ot speeds of about " i"-cklnre and a hot chocolnU
500 mile* au hour lrom the effect mlxer
of wind. No country has Invented Among other art! les on exhibit
devices whereby a plane can reach were Mexican ccs,times, paper dolls.
ihe 600-mlle-an-hour limit in hot- straw dolls, ash Haw calendars. 8mtth “ fpw grurratloas back to
Izontal flight without flutter he pottery glass dolls
■ is ■ ■ ■ y o ul regular habits ot eating, sleeping
Is Ended By Smith Is ^ PsncWlw...
OPELIKA. Ala.. Oct 8—(U.R)—
When Is a Smith, not a Smith.*
Answer: When he’s a Smith T.
And that's no riddle, but uctu-
nll the sentiment that moved one
Jenkins, who looks almost (rail
compared with some of his opi*i-
nents, said that he "really was a
puny kid" when he Joined the
"I weighed about 130 but In no
Harvard uses models In wind and Jewelry
tunnels to study the problem j The exhibit was sponsored bv
‘Rocking Chair’ Exercise
Is Pet of Young Actress
. . . . time at all. I gained 15 pounds and
miniature P'acc a letter on the end of his mc dr,lUnR we ha(| tn rio stnrlM|
dishes handkerchiefs. }»o*>t cards name so the itostmaster wouldn t; ctpV(,]0p|nt! niy mu8cies ■
be getting him mlxe.1 up with a ^ ..Swcetwater SwRltPr - while I
similarly christened Smith here, vUltrd hls mother Jenkins I
Today no one remembers why1 bought the home In which hls
the original Smith rebel chose the( mothrr had lived for several years.
and said that he would have it
letter "T." but then- Is a whole
family of Smith Ts carrying on
In this Alabama town.
F B Smith T. ar„ Ls a store-
keeper here. He has a son. F. B.
Smith T. Jr . recently married, and
two daughters. Misses Cordelia
and Maltha Smith T
The "different Smiths" don’t use buy with hls ring earnings
a period after their inehrlted t*i-
R.v JACQUELINE HI NT
/"* IRIS In their ’teens should Ls most convenient for you but do
'A watch their figures just as their it.
Older sisters and mothers, says; Pat’s favorite exercise la very
Ihubb.v seventeen-year-old Pat I simple: Lie on the floor, flat on
Kyau, dramatic actress of stage j your stomach, then raise both legs
and airwaves. I from the knee and with arms ex-
— . —-1 Tills p ret tv tended behind you, grasp each an- |
youngster, who kle flrmlv. Pull yourself back as
has acted etei far as possible, then relax and Smith." said Mrs. Smith T ir
Repeat ■■ . .
i #J a toddler, add- again five to ten times. Notice the woman. k«. is MOVIE I AN
KjjpS 86ri0l“ly . IAWRENCE Mass -.OP.
“fixed tip" later for Katie, hls wife,
and himself Hts sister, Mrs. Lester
Wade and her husband, occupy
the house now
The champion made no mention
of the ranch which New York
sports writers said he wanted to
Itiai To buy. sell, rent, tease, or trnde, I
"It's just like T was a whole wortl use the Trlburt Want-Ads.
nnd another name tacked onto
;? £ “ K Mrs PhUome...
and neglectful a variation of the old "rocking Lucler walks two miles dally and
at our age. yet horse" exercise in which you were attends motion picture theatres at
I am sure wei supposed to pull yourself up until
MISS III NT
would find it your weight was supported on hips ■
easier to have and thighs, then rock forward un-
an attractive til your t hin touched the floor,
figure later on Here Is another easy one she
If we would, suggests for keeping vour figure
only watc h sylphlike: Stand erect, legs apart
our diets and exercise now " and arms over your head, hands
Pal. who welglu 112 pounds fot clasped together. Bend your body
her five fe«t, three Inches height j as far to the right as you can.
secs to It that she doesn’t pul on j bending from thr waist Return to
extra pounds, particularly around an erect position and then bend to
lhe waist and hips where It ta most, the left. Repeat, alternating at
apt to show. Since most ot her i least ten times to each side,
davtlme hours arc spent working I Tills voting star, who has com-
Jndoors before cameras or the blned modeling with her acting
mtke. Pat has had to devise a career, knows the Importance of
number of egerclses which she can good posture. She has perfected a
practice at home between rehears- comfortable and etfi.lrnt exercise-
SIs and performances. Some of her io improve her carriage. It Is a
xoutlnes are excellent ones for body-rahlng routine which she has
school girls or homemakers who been practicing since she was a
will spend most of their time In- ■'tneH child. Lie flat on the floor
doors, now that cooler weather with your legs raised on a com-
tnakes outdoor activities less prar- fortably high bench or chair. Then
$cal. with shoulders still touching the
Any smell girl or petite women Moor, raise the body by the
must be careful to avoid excess, strength of your -arms, which
pounds. The slightest gain Is *p-! should be kept close to your body
parent and makes her look much and flat on the floor. Relax and
shorter Extra pounds rob her of lower body until shoulder! ere
leost four Hines weekly.
grace and oulck vitality, too. If
you ere tiny, concentrate on hip
and waist ekercisee and do not skip
your exen lea routine for a single
2iy. Do It !| the morning, after
Boon or evening—whichever time stronger.
again resting on the floor. Do this
only three or four times to start
with, but Increase thr number of
tunes as the back, shoulder, ab-
dominal and arm muscle* become
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IVople who read the sports paxes know what razzle-dazzle means.
It stands for foothali brilliance. The team that has it is flashy
with unexpected passes and trick plays. A razzle-dazzle team
xives the spectators plenty to yell about.
Razzle-dazzle is one of the spiciest ingredients of xotxl foot-
ball. It packs them in. and the customers go home satisfied.
Now, you might think such a satisfactory foothali ingredient
would lie a pretty nice thing to pass around to business in general.
To merchants, for example. But you’ll suddenly realize that raz-
zle-dazzle is the last thing you want to find in a merchant you're
Brilliant trickery is fine and dandy on the football field. But
it's a different story in the market place. You want to dodge a
razzle-dazzle merchant ... or manufacturer ... as you would
the plague. And luckily, it's not hard to do.
Catronize those merchants and manufacturers who adver-
tise. They’re calling all their plays out in the open .. . for every-
body to set*. Merchants who advertise are hound to keep faith
with the public ... if they intend to remuin in business.
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