The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 52, Ed. 1 Monday, May 1, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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the lexington leader
LEXINGTON, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MAY
| Tissue Gingham
Makes old folks look young
—gives class to the young.
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Premiums To Be
Given Away On
Saturday, May 6
"WIVES TO BURN"
The Senior class of 1922 will pre-
sent "Wives to Burn'' as their annual
play, Friday, May 5th. Those of you
■who remember the play of the Junior
class last year, Too Many Husbands,
must not fail to see this one which
can easily be called Too Many Wives.
It is a three act comedy, playing fully
two hours and a half, a 1922 publica-
tion, up to the minute in every detail,!
full of fun and contains many funny '
■situations. Admission 25c for every-'
Saturday Is To
Be A Big Day
Saturday there will be be offered
fifty different premiums. The draw-
ing will take place at 2 p. m. The Lex-
ington band will be out and render
some good music which you will en-
joy. The merchants are expecting
you and have prepared to show you
a good time. Come.
body. Tickets on sale at Palace Drug
store, Thursday, May 4th.
Hail and Rain
April of 1922 has passed into his-
tory and according to the weather bu-
reau it has had a greater rainfall
"than any April in many years. The
•hail storms have wrought havoc in
many sections. Fruit in some places
is not damaged. Alfalfa fields have
been hard hit in many places. Cot-
ton planting has been deferred. Corr
is growing off well despite the cold
Some of our boys came home with
n edals awarded them by the state
track meet. Particulars will be fur-
nished next week.
For Sale—10,000,000 Porto Rico
sweet potato and Red Beauty tomato
plants, $1.00 per 1000. Cabbage and
onion plants $1.00 per 1000 all FOB.
Prompt shipment large orders special
price.—Dorris Plant Co., Valdosta,
1-—W. C. Butler & Co., one gallon
of cane syrup $1.00.
2- Herzog Garage, cold patch,
3.—H. Hardwick, sugar, $2.50.
4-—P. Shockley, inner tube 30
by 3 $1.20.
5 —Farmers Store, 3 pound can of
Louis coffee, $1.20.
6-—L. Ille, sugar, 1.00.
7.—Motsenbocker Lumber Co., one
screen door, $3.00.
8-—E. W. Wynne, percolator, $3.00.
9-—Marcum & Isom, rocking chair,
10.—E. Standridge, Vulcanizer, 5
gaIlons gas, $1.15.
11.—E. J. Keller, one double cooker,
13.—M. P. Frazier, one sack of
14.—McEwen & Hill, one box P. &
H. cigars, $1.75.
15.—Roberts Restaurant, one box
16.—Teague's Barber Shop, bottle
hair tonic, $1.00.
17.—Geno Grocery Store, coffee, i
18.—Burkett Garage, five gallons !
cylinder oil, $4.50.
19-—Beaver's Store, one ladies'
20.—Bakery, one cake, $1.00.
21.—Hackler Grocery Co., coffee,
22. Mrs. Mattie Elkins, millinery1
store, one hat. $3.00.
23. Leader office, one subscription,
24-—Strong's Restaurant, sugar,1
25. Horttor Bros., fancy harness
26.—Barnett grocery, meat $2.00.
2".—Palace Drug Store, one alarm
28- Higbee & Higbee, one stewer,
29.—Bottoms store, shoes, $5.00. •
29, 30, 31, 32.—Farmers State Guar-
anty bank, $2.50 checks, $10.00.
33 to 42 inclusive, Security State
Bank, 10 $1.00 checks, $10.00.
'43.—Roberts Grocery, lard, $1.50.
—J- B. Collins, slippers,$4.00.
T. W Keller one bushel pota-
46.—J. C. Dowdy, one suit case,
4'.—G. T. Scott, 5 10 pound sacks
Next Sunday Morning
The baccalaureate prgram will be
given next Sunday at 11 a. m. at the
Methodist church. It is as follows.
Processional, Marguerite Denison.
Invocation, Rev. Williams.
Scripture Reading, Rev. Williams.
Vocal Duet, Selected.
Address, Rev. J. A. Huff.
Vocal Solo, Rubye Washburn.
Benediction, Rev. Ward.
In order to defray the incidental ex-
penses of the band the merchants
have contributed a liberal sum this
week. The band will practice each
Monday night at the court house and
old members and new ones who are
interested should meet and lend all
i the encouragement possible to the
| leader who will certainly appreciate
I your co-operation.
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| GET DIPS, LICE POWDER, ETC. I
I FOR LICE AND MITES
Mr. and Mrs. Giles
Mr. and Mrs. Giles gave a farewell
party Friday night in honor of Miss
Lucile Bounds who is departing for
her home in El Dorado, Arkansas,
Games were played ftfter 'which
refreshmentj were served to the fol-
lowing guests, Misses Eloise Evans,
Ruth Blackwell, Pauline Sudderth,
Alma Reed, Elizabeth Roberts,
Jenneta Hardwick, Buena Centers,
Carrie Olsen, Bonata Whorton, Jessa
McKay, Alice Giles, Bonny Gile3,
Blanche Purnell, iviaude Kershaw,
and Edna Ownesby, Messrs. Merritt
Denison, Bill Frazier, Okla. Giles,
Earl Sherman, Tom Cline, Weldon
Claunch, and Harry Moses.
Look Out For Baby Chicks
Palace Drug Co. |
Arthur Sherman, Prop.
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Phone 11 Where You Get What You Want 1
Banquet Is a
The dinner served by the ladies of
j the Christian Church to the Odd Fel-
lows Wednesday evening, May the
26th, at the Layton Hotel was
J grand success. The tables wefe
; beautifully decorated with cut flow-
j ers. The band rendered several se- js
lections which added greatly to the j E
1 entertainment of the evening.
Saturday, May 6
PAY YOUR ACCOUNT
BIG THING COMES OFF AT 3 p. m.
The misses Ethelyn Grogan, Mild-
red Keller, Margaret Lissauer, Beat-
rice Bottoms, Bernice Black, Gladys
Adams and Mr. Paul Roberts took the
exams held at Purcell Thursday.
The Play You Have Been Looking For
"WIVES TO BURN"
High School Auditorium
FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 5
Promptly at 8:15 o'clock
~ Vou have eggs to sell. We have Groceries and Meat to E
:z Sell. Left's Swap. • E
E Be Sure and Bring Your Tickets. E
E W® Take Pride in Selling Groceries and Meats' for we Sell E
E onl> the Best, and we Know when you Buy Them You Will Be E
— Satisfied; then we are. z
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"STOP PAYMENT ON I
Of all the Good
Things to Eat—
Just walk in
| M. P. FRAZIER
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Bert Parker, a bank clerk
Dick Giarard, his friend - ......
Rich Douglas, his friend ,
Steve, ranch hand
Jack, ranch hand
Daniel Easton, "from Turkey"
Inspector Clancy, of Central Station
Mayme Clifford, Cashier ,,
Polly Palmer, "In Movies"
Betty King, "In Movies"
Aunt Hetty Bingle, the boarding house keeper
Gert, the hired girl V
ACT I—Living room at Mrs. Bingle's. 6:00 p. m.
ACT II—The same.' 7:45 p. m.
ACT III— The same. 8:30 p. m.
Edgar Hardwick ;E
Robert Garrett j E
Bernice Booker E
Furman Puryear j E
John Oliver E
Aubrey Moses E
Arthur Gabriel | E
Mildred Keller E
Margaret Lisseaur E
Bernice Black E
Ethelyn Grogan E
Beatrice Bottoms E
Given by the Seniors as Their |
Annual Class Play
| Admission 25 Cents for Everybody 1
? his pfay is i 1922 sensation and contains ths richest "fun" yet developed
on tho movie sta<e. Two and a half of real enjoyment assured.
It sometimes happens that you make
a payment which you almost immediate-
ly wish to recall. When you pay by check
you can telephone or wire your bank to
stop payment on that particular check
and if it has not been presented, your
money is safe.
This is only one of the many advan-
tages which a checking- account at this
strong- dependable bank offers you. We
invite the checking accounts of both men
and women. Paying bills by check is
safe and convenient.
CHAS. GREEMORE, President.
ROBT. M. EVANS, Active V-Pres. .
R. A. FRANKS, Cashier.
J. B. HACKLER, Asst.-Cashier.
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Denison, Mrs. E. A. The Lexington Leader (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 52, Ed. 1 Monday, May 1, 1922, newspaper, May 1, 1922; Lexington, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110956/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.