Renfrew's Record (Alva, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1921 Page: 4 of 16
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RENFREW’S RECORD. ALVA. OKLAHOMA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY II, \9Zt
CHAPTER A L ENTERTANS
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs \V. K Kutsler, 503 Center
•tree!, the members of Chapter A L
ONE VOTE LOST
Here is a humorous echo of the late
An elderly farmer, whiskered and
P. E. O. proved themselves royal en-1 weather-beaten, drove in from his
nme-miles-away farm to the polling
place in a village not far from Cleve-
land and, after tying his
horse, turned to the doorway.
"Hullo, Uncle Jed,” said a bystand-
er. "how are you. Where's Aunt
"She’s to home,” replied the farm-
“Goin’ to vote, ain't she?”
"She registered, didn't she?"
"Then what’s the trouble?"
"Well, we argued an’ argued, and
she stuck to it she was goin’ to vote
for Cox an 'the league, and so, final-
ly, I druv away an’ left her.”—Cleve-
land Plain Healer.
Allen Roberson, who has been vis-1 m
iting his brother L. H. Roberson and |
other friends and relatives of the Mi- |
rahile neighborhood, left this morn- g
ing for eastern Oklahoma, where he 5
will visit his nephew, Arthur Arnold. |
Miss Audrey DeGeer spent the week
ancient end with Gladys Roberson of the Mi-
rab le neighborhood.
I„ H. Roberson of the Mirabile
neighborhood was in Alva Friday.
Chris Nusser of Southwest of
Alva, was in the city on business Sat-
According to the president of the
Federation of Women’s Clubs of
America, single men and women are
"just drifters." P’raps so; but after
a little shot at married life a lot of
people take to the road under a
head of steam.
Rev. Theodore Roeschke, of Wich-
ita. addressed a large crowd at the
German Lutheran church in this
city Tuesday night His subject was:
"The Young People's Work in the
tertainers. The day was designated
as Kensington Day and each member
invited one guest, hollowing is the
unique invitation sent out:
Bring your sewing, every one.
And come and meet with me.
When we oi stitches, weary grov.
We'll drink a cup of tea
February *). 503 t enter St.
The membership met at two o'clock
for a business period, and the guests
arrived at three o'clock.
The afternoon was spent in chatting
and stitchityj (more chats than stitch-
es), music and song. One number
greatly enjoyed by all was a guessing
contest, "a romance in story and
song," told by Mrs. Percefull and Mrs.
Lundstront. Mrs. Percefull read the
story to a blank and Mrs. Lundstrom
supplied the blank with a strain of
music and the guests guessed the title
of the song. Out of the twenty num-
bers song, Miss Ford of the Normal,
guessed nineteen, and received as her
reward a beautiful bunch of cut flow-
ers. During the refreshments, which *----------, i
were dainty and delicious, each one j v . 4
told “How 1 Met My Husband," which
provoked much mirth and laughter.
After inure conversation the guests
departed, voting Chapter A. L. the
best entertainers ever, and wishing
for another celebration of Kensington
Day. —One Who Was There.
,' BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION
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* DR. E. C. WILSON. * |
* Eye, Ear, Noaa and Throat * S
* Specialist * J
* X-Ray pictures taken of any * g
* part of the body. * S
* ALVA, OKLAHOMA *
A meeting of the Woods C ounfy
Improved Breeders’ Association will
he held at the County Agent's office
next Saturday, February 12, at 2:00
o’clock. Every member and any
others interested in the work of this
organization invited and urged to be I
present. Some important business
must be transacted. Be sure and be
L. T. Cox. President.
L. H. Presnall, Secretary.
Mrs. L. Fulkerson, correspondent;
of The Record at Tegarden, and Mrs.)
H. C. McConkey, who lives in school
district No. 81, were in The Record i
office Wednesday and took consider-l
able interest in watching the differ-
ent processes that hings have to go
through in the making of a newspa-
per. Mrs. McConkey carried sta-
tionery home with her to her daugh-
ter, Miss Martha McConkey, who has
joined the large and growing army of
The Record’s correspondents in the
neighborhoods of the county, who
overlook nothing in the way of in-
teresting items for each issue.
CAUTION TO OIL USERS
Caution in buying your tractor and motor oils may not only
save you money on your oil but it may also save you a lot of
grief and money for repairs. Don’t buy oil from the httle
samples that traveling oil salesmen carry around with them.
At best these-small samples give you but a poor-idea of the kind
of oil you are buying, besides you have no assurance that the
oil will he like the sample. A better way is to patronize some
reliable dealer where you can examine the oil in bulk and see
what you are buying. A reliable dealer will be willing to stand
behind the oi he sells and he is on the ground and not in Cleve-
land or some other far away city. Slicker than the oil they sell
you is the talk dished out by these salesmen in an endeavor to
unload a lot of high priced oil on you when they know that od
is bound to be cheaper in the near future. If you are going to
he in the market for oil, come in and see us. There is no better
oil than MONOGRAM. We buy in car load lots and can take
care of your needs, large or small at the price that prevails at
the time you buy.
Rocky Mountain Oil Co.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12-^AIl
Star Cast, Matinee and Night, in
“SHERRY” A George Barr Mc-
Cutcheon story with youth as the
keynote, harmonized with romance,
adventure, and mystery. Century
Comedy “Loose Lions.” It's Great.
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 11-Louise
Lovely in “Partners of Fate.” Mutt
& Jeff Comedy—Paramount Maga-
A drama of love and adventure in
the south seas.
BENJAMIN B- HAMPTON present.
The photoplay of the novel by
STEWART EDWARD WHITE
A Great Author's Picture, Inc, Production
Directed by EDWARD SLOMAN With This All-Star Cast:
ROY STEWART MILDRED MANNING WILFRED LUCAS
ROBERT McKIM GRAHAM PETTIE MARI JANE IRVING
Distributed by W. W. HODKINSON CORPORATION Through Pethe Exchange, Inc
Also George B. Seitz in “VELVET FINGE&S?
SPECIAL BARGAIN DAY OFFER—6 Regular 2Sc. Admission Tickets for $1.00
FIRST SHOW AT 2 p. m. .NIGHT AT 7 P. M.
Afternoon Admission 10c-30c.
Night Admission 15c-25c.
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15—Marion
Davies in "The Cinema Murder A
vivid story of life behind the foot-
lights adapted from Oppenheim’s
stirring novel in the Cosmopolitan.
Snub Pollard Comedy—Pathe News.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16—The
Wallace Reid in “The Valley of
Giants.” A rugged story of the red-
wood slopes—of giants of the for-
est, of giants among men.
mance sweet as any
Comedy—Topics of the day.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17—Au-
gene O’Brien in “The F'igurehead.”
A story that tells how the wheels
go round in the big political ma-
"Rride 13” Serial, episode No. 11.
The Serial Deluxe.
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The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Crane, living eleven miles west
of Alva, succumbed to the disease
pneumonia. Rev. Simpson of the
Methodist church, conducted the
funeral services Sunday at the How-
erton Undertaking parlors. Inter-
ment in the A. O U. W. cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Crane have the sympa-
thy oj all in their bereavement.
CARD OF THANKS
We sell the EARTH; LOAN you
the money to buy it with, and IN-
SURE your Life and Property while
you live on it.
Anderson Loan and Realty Co.
A , /A 1.1. II evn I/\r A P1 el
Monfort Bldg. —=
You Can Get the Record
One Year for a Dollar
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We wish to extend our thanks to
our friends and neighbors who SO (
kindly assisted us in the sickness and j
death of our little son.
Roy Crane and Fa/nily.
The people who neglect having
photographs taken of their families
regret it in after years when that
family gets scattered over the face(
of the earth. By reading advertise-
ments in The Record today you will
find out the cost of pictures at bar-!
gain prices and in the highest style
of the art.
C. R Viles and wife of Parsons,
Kansas, is here visiting his father,
H. M. Viles.
The Swift Cream Company is in-
stalling machinery in the Pangburn
Manager G R Bonham spent Sun-
day and Monday with relatives and
friends in Enid.
There isn’t anything wrong with a
man whose children have their noses
flattened against a window pane half
an hour before he is due.
As we understand it, the master
mind who is chosen for secretary of
the interior need not necessarily be
a stomach specialist.—Kansas Indus-
A Sterling man says there is one
•hing to the credit of footpads. They
don't tell a lot of lies about overhead
nd the cost of production.—Lyons
One dozen nice $4.00 pictures and a large one worth
$1.50, all for only $2.50 >s ELLIS’ Bargain Day offer-
ing; If this style does not fit your needs you can select
atly other styles we make and you will get 16 photos for
the price of a dozen, same as our January offer, and they
came for 40 miles to get them on last Eargain day. Come
early and avoid the rush.
Bring in your Kodak work with you. We sell East-
man Kodaks, supplies, albums, frames, etc. County Dis-
tributors for Universal Phonographs, they play any rec-
D. E. ELLIS
ALVA'S POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHER
Phoen 107. Monfort Bldg. Alva, Okla-
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Blakey, R. F. Renfrew's Record (Alva, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1921, newspaper, February 11, 1921; Alva, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076608/m1/4/: accessed April 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.