The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1911 Page: 5 of 8
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The only baking powder
made from Royal Orape
Oroam of Tartar
NO ALUM,NO LIME PHOSPHATE
NEWS OFJIJE VICINITY
Base ball Sunday, June 18.
Prof, and Mrs. J. N. Davis
Sundayed at Enid.
Falconer & Hainlen short or-
ders are best, try them.
Miss Anna Clements was an
over Sunday Enid visitor.
Miss Nelle Wogan was an Enid
visitor the tirst i.f the week.
Mrs J. D. Baker joined her
husband at Claremore, Wednes
Roy Jones left for Colorado
Springs Tuesday morning to be
absent several weeks.
Frank Dinkier attended the
Rexall convention at Oklahoma
City the first of the week.
You don't have to bake bread
this hot weather. Bread like
mother makes at Brewers.
About twenty-five O, E, S.
members of Kingfisher are ex-
pected here tonight to assist in
the initiation ceremony of that
order at this place. A banquet
will be served.
Another pleasant meeting of
the Kensington club took place
at the pretty home of Mrs. C. O.
Cashion, on East Oklahoma ave-
nue last Thursday afternoon.
Despite the heat of the day the
ladies applied themselves toward
the fashioning of dainty articles
of needlework, until the cool, de
licious luncheon was served by
the hostess and Mrs. 1. J. Cash
ion and a delightful social hour
ensued. Mrs. C, O. Cose will
entertain the club J une 22.
Miss Myrtle Young, who has
been visiting here the past three
weeks, departed for Crescent
Wednesday morning for a short
visit before returning to her
home at Depew, Ok la. She was
accompanied by her aunt Mrs.
Elsie Keeler, who will spend a
week with relatives at Crescent.
The Misses May and Delia
Packard, left Saturday for Chi
cago where they will take tin-
summer course at the university.
They will spend a few days in
route with their grandmother at
Sam Bullis returned from a
three week's sojourn at his farm
near Geronimo yesterday and
expects to leave today on a busi
ness mission to Manchester,
Mrs. Miles VV. Judge came up
from Kingfisher this morning to
spend the day with Mrs. A. W.
Darrow and will attend the festi
vities of the O. E. S. tonight.
Coatless men and hatless wo-
men will be admitted for 25c and
35c to the Amphion (Quartet con
1 cert at the opera house June 22
| liuy tickets at Dinkler's.
Mrs. Mary E. Ingle and daugli
ter, Mrs. James Stoneberger,
i returned from a week's visit
with relatives at Marshall, Mon
If in need of dental work call
on Dr. A. G. Merrill, the dentist,
Breese building. Every Tuesday
Good dinners served at Fal-
coner & Hainlen's for 23c.
Base ball Sunday, Hennessey
vs Breckenridge. tJame called
at 1 30 sharp
David Martin is spending the
week at Fairview in the interest
of the K uf Ii lodge.
Miss Mae Cullum is spending
fortnight at. Marshall, the guesi
of Mrs. <!. ('. Ward and Miss
Cusli Strong and family re-
turned to Baltimore, Ohio, this
week where they will reside in
Buggy drawing contest at
the Ed. Hockaday & Co. Hard-
ware store at one o'clock July
Mrs H. T. Davis and daughter,
Dorathy, of Kingfisher were the
guests at W J. Baines home the
latter part of last week.
Mrs. W. M. Rutherford left
Wednesday morning for Califor-
nia for a three month's visit
with her son, Bert Dunlap, and
Miss Ada Evans left the latter
part of last week for her home
near Crescent, after having spent
months here with her grand-
mother, Mrs. M. F. Brown.
David Martin delivered an in-
teresting and carefully prepar-
ed memorial address to the I. O
0, F and Rebekahs at the M. E,
church last Sunday morning.
Miss Julia Walling who has
been employed in tlieG. A. Wahl
general store at Fairview for
several months, has resigned her
position and returned to Hen-
nessey, where she is spending a
vacation with her sister, Mrs.
Divid Martin. Miss Walling
has accepted a position in the
dry goods department of the
Herzberg & Sternberger store
of this place, and will assume her
duties with that firm about July
1. Numerous friends are ex-
pressing their pleasure of Miss
The Woman's Christian Tem-
perance Union met with Mrs. M
Deering last Thursday after-
noon, June 8 Owing to the ex-
treme warmth of the day the at
tandance was small, but never
theless the time was pleasantly
spent, Mrs <'. H. McDerniond
aeted as leader and names of
Bibical (lowers were given in re-
sponse to roll call, the topic be
ing "Flower Mission Day." Two
readings: "The Beauty of Jen-
nie Cassady's Life" and "One
Summer Flower's Mission Work"
were very much enjoyed. The
Union meets with Mrs. Hiues
June 2'.', Mrs. N. Paul Barton
leader, with a topic of "Law En-
Mrs. T. W. Anderson announ
ces two concert recitals to be
given by members of her classes
in voice and piano. These re
citals will be held in the Method-
ist church, the tirst June 28th,
under the auspices of the M. E.
Ladies' Aid, to which the entire
proceeds will be given. The
second will occur on July 7th,
under the auspices of the Loyal
Sons of the Christian church,
the proceeds to go to the build-
ing fund of the new t-hurch.
All former Illinoians who re-
side in Hennessey or vicinity
are earnestly requested to meet
at the city hall Friday at 8 o'clock
sharp to make plans and ar
rangements for their part in the
celebration of the Fourth.
The Christian Endeavor Socie-
ty of the Congregational church
will hold a social and business
meeting Monday evening, June
19, at the parsonage. Officers
will be elected to serve for the
next six months.
Mrs. F. P. Sylvester has re
turned to her home in Hennessey
after a few day's visit With Mrs
Bert Hamilton — Enid News.
Be present at the big buggy
drawing contest at the Hock-
aday Hardware Store at one
o'clock, July 4th.
Amphion Quartet June 22 at
Benton States was an Enid
; visitor Sunday.
Dr. F W. Brauer and James
Elliott are sojturning at Wichita
Falls, Texas, this week.
Mrs <! II. Burger spent the
first part of the week with her
oarents at Waukomis.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyed E. Felt
returned from a week's visit with
relatives in Lawton, Friday.
J. W. Smith, of Kansas City,
was a guest at the C. C. Smith
home over Sunday.—Enid News.
Miss Fannie Hoyt Truman, of
Stella, Neb , visited last week
with Rev. and Mrs C. ('. Bur-
Prof. E. E Hall and F. F. Bailey
members of the separate school
faculty of this place, are absent
at Kingfisher where they are em-
ployed as instructors in the col-
The Children's Day exercises
at thej Congregational church
last Sunday n:ght were good,
and the successful efforts of the
little folks and the grown-ups
too, to entertain were much ap-
preciated by the large nuinbcr
present. A pleasing feature of
this event was the unusually
large gathering of children prea
ent and taking part.
A men's Bible study class wa.<
organized last Sunday by Rev.
C. C B-irger, pastor of the Con-
gregational church, with a mem
bership of about twenty. This
class will met every Sunday
morning at 10:0(1 o'clock at the
office of Dr. N. Rector on East
Oklahoma avenue. The attend
ance of men of every age, who
take part in no kindred gather
ing, is desired. The members
of this organization feel (quite
enthused by the success of this
venture so far and are anticipat-
ing much good to be derived
therefrom as well as a pleasant
Eleven of the little girl friends
of Miss Carrie Barton gathered
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J D Jones, about two
miles south west of town, to as
sist this little ludv in celebrating
liei eleventh liii ihiiay, Wednes-
day, June II A delightful al-
ternoon was spent in the cool
shaile uf the trees where the
quests romped and played games
dear to the girlish heart. Ice
cream and cake was served as
refreshments Miss Carrie re
ceived a number of pretty pres-
ents. The occasion was enjoyed
by Misses Hu/.fl Hiack, Eddie
Crites, Lillie W'-ight, flora
Clark, Gartha Parks, ('onstanco
Gilbert, Lillie Hall, Esabelle
Hobbs, Elva Boweruutn, Reb.i
Cullum and Marsha Jones.
A grove meeting will lie held
at or near Sheridan, commencing
Thursday, July (i, conducted by
C. H. McDermond assisted by
others. Particulars later.
Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes
returned Monday night from a
few day's visit in Oklahoma City
where Mr. Holmes took the ex-
amination for optician.
Buggy drawing contest at
the Ed. Hockaday & Co. Hard-
ware store, July 4th at one
o'clock. All parties holding
tickets sh ould be present.
Misses Viola Caulk, Jessie
Hobbs and Myrtle Younjf were
all day guests of Miss Bertha.
Morris at her farm southwest of
town, last Friday.
for the remainder of the sea-
son I will sell Black Orpington
oggs .for $1 per setting Gall no
Perry Mathews at Ed Hockaday
C H. McDermond will preach
at the R.-nshaw school huu.-je
next Sabbath at 11:00 a in , nnll
at Hobb's school house at 3:3*)
o'clock p. m.
Gentlemen leave your coats at
home and enj r? yourselves at tlu
recital of the Amphion Quartet
at the opera house .1 nne 22. .„
THE PROGRAM OF THE
For the Big Celebration to be held at hennessey, I
Okla. on July the 4th. Many additional features
and special attractions will be added to the follow-
Prizes, $3, $2, $1
Merchants' Industrial Parade at 10:30 sharp, followed by Band Concert at Park.
Speaking at I p. m.
Races Commencing at 2:30 p. m.
Free for all foot racc. -
Fat Man's race, over 200 lbs. -
Free for all girls' race, 10 years and under
Free for all girls' race, 14 years and under
Free for all boys' race, 8 years and under, 50 yards
Sack race for boys under 16 years
Potato race for boys under 15 years
Man against horse 5O yards and turn
BALL GAME AT SPORTSMAN PARK, HENNESSEY VS MARSHALL ADMISSION 25c
Grand Display of Fire woks at Sportsman Park
In the evening. No expense has been spared on this part of the program and many beautiful
. : and special sets of fire works will be displayed . .
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Sprague, G. E. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1911, newspaper, June 15, 1911; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105765/m1/5/: accessed September 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.