The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 39, No. 236, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 4, 1930 Page: 5 of 6
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DAY, NOVEMBER 1
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4 cents p«r word two Insertion*.
6 conto por word thro# Inaqf*
1 yM conto word por Insertion by
month. ClaotMod Display, por
Wlndoll FOR RENT—Five room
I acre of ground; 1
FOR SALK Marshall •
piano, Telephone IS 14
ie Three Straight In
FOR RKNT—Five room, modern
Strictly modern j house. 81# South William*.
four room duplex. (iarage. 607
North Choctaw. AMI till.
The Hock Island car abopa team
and the Bell Telephone quintet
t tainted victories last nlKht in
the Merchant* bowling league.
The Hell Telephone won throw I
straight game* from the Kelt* i
team. Only the . second game
was close, (he first snd third
games were won by the Tele-
phone crew by more than 1*#
The Rock Island had a more
hard-fought match with the
l4iuudry.-The first game went to
the K. I. by a margin of four
plus. The second game wan .won
from the laundry by only one
pin. The last contest, however,
wan* claimed by the R. I. by
close to loo plus to the good.
Stoneman. for fhe Rock Island,
was high for his team and had
the highest total for the evening.
Ifl* score of 152 was also high
ten-frame srore for his team.
Bates had the highest alngle-
garae score for the laundry and
FOR RENT—S room cottage fur
nlsbed, Rhone 1540-J.
FOR RKNT—Two room furnish- -
ed apartiaeat. Telephone 1392-1 FOR
W before six o’clock.
FOR RKNT — Furnished house
One unfurnished room. Call af
ter # I*. M. Phone 109S-J.
FOR RKNT—Four room modem
'Furnished. 418 South Kllison
Inquire Mrs. Roberts at Fry berg
HKHtllVVTH I.KAM K
POR RKNT—Four rocim furnish
ml house. Phone SHM-W.
lenten Oilers ____10 2 .833
Car Shops----...*11 4 .733
Hankers ...__-__...7 6 .583
Bell telephone____7 K .4#7
Coca Cola.........* 7 .417
14i un dry------------G 9 .400
Concho ...........4 Ix’ lS!
Kelso*............4 HI .147
Monday, Nov. 1.—lauadry o,
R. I. ;■ Shops 3; Kelso 0, Hell
Telephone 3. "
Tuesday, Nov. 4—Concho vs.
Oilers. Coca Cola vs. Bankers.
FOR RKNT—5 room brick home,
with tile bath and breakfast
room. Perfect location. Write
Box 205, Dally Tribune.
FOR RKNT- Apartment In refln
_ ed home; ('all 6U7-W.
FOR RKNT-Apartment, every-
thing furnished; light, water,
heat, gns, linens, porter and
maid service. Special winter rate
on single rooms. Southern Hotel,
II. C. Paulsen, mgr.
FOR RKNT—Two and three room
furnished apartments. Tele-
FOR RKNT—Six room modern
house. 1008 South Rock Is-
land. Telephone l‘J-F-12. .
Sleeping rooms. 40ft North Bar
ker. Telephone <9.7.
I’lano tuning and cleaning. IS.no
Telephone 180. Ilehne’s.
Hare your .maltrmi renofaled
(’all 186-W add get JH-Ieoa.
and motoi* reconditioned
gee or call
s' A C. LAND
L. N. CAMPBELL
lilted Car tot at 110 H. CHttetaw
Family washing. Work guaran
teed. Inquire 110 North Bar
kcr. •>« •
Tompkins Motor -.14
ft it attarhmentB
Rock Island —
KI Reno Motor
vs. Totnpklna Motor, lawyers vs. j Buy and tail furniture. Telephone
<). (1. and K. >
Thursday. Nov. €—Kl lteao
Motor vs. Canadian Motor. Rock
Island vs. Hardware.
FOR RKNT- 144 North K. Part-
ly furnished. I16.UU per
month. Call 294.
Male Help Wanted
At once South America or I’ni-
ted State*. Permanent poult taka;
labor, clerical, mechanical, sales-
manship; experience. unnecessary.
Salaries $2&-$10U weekly, trans-
ports! Ion furnished Box 1176A,
Chicago. — . __*
Female Help Wanted
. _ ^
Two furnished rooms, ( heap. In* I ADDRKRHINO KNVRLOPK8 ~ -
quire-114 North Barker. j Work at home, during spare
-------—ITT" time. Substantial weekly pay;
FOR-- EEOT—^trtmeiit. T* * eX|^.rjem.e unnecessary. Dignified
phone < UH*W,. 1M Bmitn _tnnllivm<,n# . #ftr honest, sincere.
FOR RKNT~Two room furnish-
ed apartment. Private home.
Telephoto 101 f»-J. 218 North
Foster. .. s ^
tt)R RKNT—Four-room furnish-
ed cottage. 506 South Choc-
3 Vi acres Improved, 1302 East
Watts. Hood black land, amall
orchard, Will sell lo highest hid
I receive up to Saturday Nov.
8th. Has $1600,00 Kl Reno
Bldg.;A Loan. Write Box 400,
In care of Tribune. ’
FOR SALE Rabbits. Cheap.
Boys overcoat#, good as new.
FOR SALK—New bungalow, link
. floors. Ilullt-ins. Double garage.
711 South Miles. Telephone C. L.
We Do Plumbing
Is the question? ^Support your Browi
Come to;the Carnival Friday, imbo<
November 7. Bates
Frank Schulte was absent Mon-
day, learning to broadcast. Box-
ing—Boxing—Friday, November ^
7. '' Davis
Mr. Pippin and a number of the satterwhlte
fpptball boys attended the Kl
Reno-Chlckasha game in El Reno
last Thursday. ,
The Hbme Economics Art Class
will finish their second project
this week. The girls are doing
exceptionally good work this
Mrs. Ruble - visited •■the Inter-
mediate roofn Monday.
Those who made one hundrod
per cent In spelling for the aec
ond month «re: Leo • Slusher.
Lou 1* Annusohat, and Billy
ting Items concerning the various activities of the pun-
hex da of Okarchn, written by the students each week.
127 42.i Suggested As Aid To Un
't"\ employed In U. S.
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two substitutions throughout the1
game.* Bco^t and Lemke, being
used at guard positions.
On Armistice Day. Okarche
plays Calumet at Okarche.'The
boys mean to fight hard to win
so be-sure and come out to the
game. Don’t forget Armistice
Day! .. ,
4-H Club OrwnlwMl
Last Thursday, October 30,
Okarche high school was fortu-
nate enough to have Jim White.
Kingfisher county agent, come
To Okarche and organise a 4-H
club. This Is the first time
a 4-H Clnb has been organised
In Okarche for three years. Ac-
cording to the Interest the mem-
bers took In the club, it Is go-
inv to to a xreat success. Thlfty-
_ NEW YORK. Nov. 4 (LP)—Al-
##2 though few games actually have
I been scheduled, the suggestion
39# j ih0t college football to used to
32u aid the unemployed was on the
330- -boom today; -•* * tr 1
270 The football Idea which started
128 in a sports writers suggestion
155 that the president command the
—army and navy elevens to play a
594 post-season game with the pro-
L " toeds to go to an unemployment
“I fund has been favorably received
In-many sections of the country,
and the end of the week may see
a doxen or more of the leading
elevens signed to meet for charity.
The movement here was given a
great boost yesterday when New
York i university volunteered Ua
G f» 5 f» 3 9
Buy Your Winter Supply of Coal NOW.
We handle McAlester, McAlester District and
Broken-Aro Coal. . _
LANMAN FDRY. ft MCH. CO.
Shaw D. Ray.' 506 South, Bick-
ford avenue, spent Bundy with
friends In Paftea City.
Ld ran*. • But ruuimoni nem
hiptmted out of danger. Okar-
lr bud the hall on Piedmont s
senty-yural line at the end of the
Okarche came near scoring In
ke first part of the second qtrar-
►r whin Clarence Schroeder car-
H the ball io the five-yard lin-
n an end around play. Piedmont
anted and C. 8cbrooder ret Urn-
d the hall to the ten-yard line
Mmunt held and punted mit. of
hnger. The half ended In a
lorvlcftR tie. But Okarche hart
lireatenert to score three times.
Okarche kicked off again In
M • won (I half and after a
Irtcs of line bucks, Warner Pe-
rrrmrrted the I ball over for
M fir«t touchdown of the game.
KCarrled* the hall over for the ex-
fa point, making the score 7 to
The' condition of Mrs. C. M.
Paulsen, who Is 111 at the Kl Reno
Sanitarium, Is reported as slightly
*;* MVk. James Raymond Hester, of
Concho, has as her house guest,
Miss Treasure Babbitt, of Kansas
[ THE BIG SIX
EL RENO TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
I Transfer, storage, packing,
j shipping. Local and lyng dls-
I tnnee moving and heavy haul-
DR. P. B. MYERS
Moved to new office
over Oklahoma Gas and
— Phones —
Tom Hanson and Bruce CflUty*
students of the Oklahoma univer-
sity In- Norman, were guests over
the week-end of the formers par
ent*. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanson,
911 South Rock Islan# avenue.
Ia., Nov. 4.—(IP)
Iowa State, facing a football gam#
Saturday ‘'with Missouri which
each team enters without having
won a conference victory. Inten-
sified work today toward a bid
for the win column. Fans were
encouraged by the showing of the
team against Oklahoma last
week, even In defeat, and spoke
highly of the flashy work of Dick
(JrefeT-qusrterhack. . 4
112 W. Wade
R. E. WHITLOCK. Mgr
C. H. KRUMM, Secy.
an opponent, date and place. Mr. and Mrs. C. C
Such a game, It van said. If Sayre, will to overnight guests ~\
properly handled probably would | Wednesday In the home of Mr,|| j---
mean some half a million dollars j and Mrs. W. C. Elliott. 700 Smith I
for (he unemployed. Rock Island avenue. Mr. and Mrs. v
Klltott and their guests expect to Macomb avenne,
upend Thursday In Oklahoma City, turned from a s
derick. song leader; trance# Elisabeth Sehleber cal
in, t game leader; r,*rencc Almira Parker * Saturday
iroeder, yell leader; Frank noon
lull,, stunt lrtder; Kmll w spent
iroeder. news reporter, and Saturday with
lyn 14iwrens, treasurer. —rtoilka.
The Carnival Is approaching— 1 - ‘ ^ Mrl
vpmber 7. Three more day* D'«"i«r '“**“ •*
Madam OuTlnlahy will «rSw Hrffman. of OUAmm l\
iday to tell the fortune of and Mra. E. Rodrlek. Mr. ai
i»ry one who la Intereated In hla Roy norland,
lure. Madam baa been telling Mr.\ and Mra. Albert Hr
rtunea for a number of year* called at the Parker home
d haa helped many pebple Urealng.
■ainhten dtrricult problems. che, Bruce spent Saturday
Before the game last Friday, n|*ht with Ralph Derricks. (
e Jfoota offered the boya a Mf >1Mj g^ieber and /
rt/ If they defeated Piedmont. chlWre|1 gpent Sunday at Ike Will p,((i
ley won the parly. Schroder hdrne.'. gcor
The Hoots peered the Wiy. on ^ Mf> Q u ^ and men
victory laat F d f» p „on# Waynu. ate dinner at the for Kansas, conference rival con
rmlssion. the * *’ * U okar- Kroger home Monday. sldered the most powerful In tin
oat’a te« 1b efngy loui* Mayfield, of El Reno, circuit. The game promised t.
the MK'leary ^flanharjnm
E. P. Barrett Making
Good In California
K. P. Barrett, former Kl Reno
merchant, is making a success
with a Drlve-ln Market, which he
established 1n Rialto, Calif., May
Uf 11129, according to a story
which amtearod recently In a Rial-
to l\ewnpaper. ^
The market Is in a large, sani-
tary, open-front building, Ideal-
ly, bnilt to house such a business.
THE OLD HOME TOWN
ED BRACE UP HOW, ^
AND LAY OFF THAT
SEK<9AR T7U- AFTER
YOU VOTE — THEY ve
against Near the froJJt> tj,ere Is a foun-
- '■ * tain, pond Biid, large rack for
loot ball v„,lp,obl)-. ur. Barrett la - the
The Senior food waa a
success last Saturday. The sale
netted 118.00. which waa used
Monday morning to help put their
queen In the lead
The Seniors wish to thank ev-
ery one for their help In making
this sale the beat of the yenr.
They especially thank Ha»» L *
chen ond company for the coffee
donated by that store and ad-
vise everyone to try Ambrosia
Coffee. * . ,
Monday morniftt ftt “
the queens, their managers, and
sponsors met In the kfftofr t*
Cladys Bosrhe. the Senuxw
Queen, had SSH »otea. Thelma
Senn. the Junior Queen, had
1610 vote*. Frances Senn. the
Sophomore Queen, had lit and
Lucille Brown, the Freahasen
Queen, had It. Frances sad Lu
elite were eliminated. Oladys or
Thelma will reign during the
Main Program Friday night. No
vember ?« Who *111 S.***
Mr. and Mra. B. F. Slag and NORMAN. Okla., Nov. 4.-<lP)
daughter and Mr. and Mra. Roy 1 —Oklahoma grid men. with an
Borland were dinner guest* of open date Saturday, were given
Mrs. J. M. Cook Thursday ovo- some respite this week from.the
lip. . heavy game-drill schedule which
Mr. and Mrs. John Post spent has kept them at. peak per form-
Sunday evening at the Fred Schle- ance since the season opened.
her home. ^ \ „ l '^r-
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. DHIlnghamJ MANHATTAN, Kan.* Nov. 4,— land Dr; and Mr
of Oklftkf uia City, apent Saturday (ip>—The Kansas Aggies, defeat- Oklahoma - City
night with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. led by Kansas U; and victors over afternoon.
Dillingham. Missouri Inside their conference. —
Charles. Bill and Rimer Broder- today took final instructions be- Ralph Costln.
son. who are attending school at j f0je entraining for Morgantown ! a-venne. left thf
nArman stent the week-and with i to meet the West Virginia grid i cago. * III., whei
every qay am
Rock, Sand, Ceme
Do Custom Grinding
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Blair, James R. & Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 39, No. 236, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 4, 1930, newspaper, November 4, 1930; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc925547/m1/5/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.