The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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I o. O. F„ Cashion Lodge No. luO,
meets every Tuesday night of each
month in Odd Fellows' Hall.
Chas. Helms, N. G.
Niel Nissen, Sec.
K. & A. M., Cashion Lodge No. 168,
meets 2nd and 4th Saturday nights
of each month in Masonic Hall
\V. S. Cole, W. M.
Ed. Owens, Sec.
i > E. S., Arema Chapter No. 69,
168 meets 1st and 3rd Wednesday
of each month in Masonic Hall.
Mrs. Nellie Hogan, W. M.
Mrs. Beryl Sulzer, Secy.
The spelling match Friday ev-
ening between the Methodists
and Christians was very well
attenped. The spelling class was
a large one, but after a while of
spelling was reduced down to two
Christians and one ''Metho-
dist." The editor was left spell-
ing for the Methodists against
the Misses Magnolia Gee and Ef-
fie Knight. The spelling closed
in error by the word ''pendant,'
a noun, which the editor spelled
correctly, according to pronuncia-
tion, but the teacher says "next,"
and Miss Gee, whose turn it was
next, spelled the adverb, "pend-
ent." It is up to the two denom-
inations to spell again, or decide
which word was spelled wrong in
this case, the noun or the adverb.
5e admission was charged, which
went to the winner.
W O. W., Lodge meets 2nd and 4tli
.Saturday nights of each month in
odd Fellows' Hall.
J. Free, C. C.
S. W. Hogan, Clerk
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\l W. A., Downs Camp No. 7152, meets
1st and 3rd Saturday nights of each
month in Masonic Hall.
G. C. Eschwig, V. C.
Avery Wight, Clerk.
Kt beccah Jewel Lodge No. 13, meets
avery 1st and 3rd Saturdaay nights
of each month in Odd Fellows'
Mrs. Joe. Flohr, N. G.
Winna Walton, Sec.
Koyal Neighbors, Cashion Camp No.
2f>70, meets 2nd and 4th 1 uesday
nights of each month in Masonic
Mrs. Alvin Cornwell, Oracle.
Mrs. C. C. Cornforth, Rec.
The looks of a good Cake are
often spoiled by the decorating.
Try THE ALTON GOODS Col-
ored Sugar. 10c per package.
Sold in 5 colors.—adv.
The box supper given last
Thursday evening by the Yeo-
man lodge was not very well at-
tended and the boxes did not
bring a very good price. They
sold at less than cost in some in-
Yeomen Lodge, moets every 2nd and
t il Thursday niglits of each month in
l. ctor's Hall.
S. A. Martin, Foreman.
Rhoda Morris, Cor
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Green or Yellow decorating, for
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Cashion, Okla. t
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I irmers' Union meets every 2nd and
tth Monday nights of each month in
odd Fellows' Hall.
J. E. Calhoun, Pres.
Ed. Owens, Sec.
ity Council of Cashion meets 1st
Monday night of each month in S.
S Cole's office.
S. B. Stewart, Pres
S. S. Cole, Clerk.
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1912, newspaper, November 21, 1912; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107733/m1/2/: accessed July 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.