The Yukon Sun. (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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STATT HISTORICAL SOC
THE YUKON SUN.
Published in a Town that does a Larger Business than any other Town of its size in the State
YUKON, CANADIAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, YUKON, OKLA., THURSDAY MARCH .'50. 1!>22.
Nl'MKER TWENTY- SIX.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS.
(By Ople Beeler.) ! We had less than 100 in Sunday
The Sophomores are going to en-, school last Sunday,. Our collection of
tertain the entire high school andj $7.50 went to our orphans home at
faculty with a wienie roast Friday Oklahoma City.
night out at Stop 36. | Group Three will have charge of
The Glee club had planned to go | the senior B. Y. P. U. next Sunday
on a sunrise breakfast last Saturday, evening, with Mr. Branch as group
but were compelled to postpone it | leader. The juniors are stdl grow-
indefinitely on account of the weather ing under the leadership of Miss
We are very glad to know that our1 Olive Fitzgerald, who has been away
school mate and friend, Miss Bessie, the past week on her vacation
Eichmann, is improving nicely, and The Ladies' Missionary society met
we hope that it will not be very long at the church Wednesday aft''rn0°"
before she can be with us again. ; for Bible study, with Mrs. Blackwood
Friday is the day set aside for the from Stop 16 leading.
annual "hobo day" at Yukon High The choir will meet at the home of
School. Every student is required Brother C. C. Coyle Thursday evenmr
to come arrayed in their gayest rags at 7:45. We are glad to have Brother
forthis honored occasion and woe to Lester Leeper home w.th us this week.
those who fail to so do. The Pastor was away
The Annual staff is now working on 1 last week attendug a country church
the dummy for the Annual, and they j conference at our Oklahoma Baptist
hope to have the first thirty-two j University at Shawnee.
pages ready for the printer this Next Sunday morning the pastor
; will preach on "The Lord's Supper,
W Susie was heard to say that if this I ami in the evening on "Chickens
Annual didn't drive her to the mad-
FRED ERICK SON KROH CO.
A NUT SUNDAY
house, she need never worry about
poing there. We'll say she must be
The seniors will commence prac-
tice on their play the latter part of
Susie Smith and Gerald Brooks
have been chosen as the salutatorian
and valedictorian respectively of the
Senior class. Susie and Gerald aw
to becongratulated on the wonderful
grades they have made during their
entire high school career, and we are
Come Home to Roost."
You are cordially invited to come
to all of our services; come, and
bring your family and friends.
W. P. STANSBURY, Pastor.
Mrs. Ed Smith and small son Ger
aid spent the day Friday at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Tom Cox.
Mrs. W. J. Rhodyback, Mrs. James
Faulkner and Mrs. Julius Weber
wereamong theguests who attended
the surprise birthday party on Mrs.
proud to have this greatest honor of, Knox at Richland on Monday
feel Mrs. J. L. Summers and baby
dughter, Helen Margaret, were guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
all bestowed upon them for we
they are indeed worthy.
PLAYS AT THE STAR THEATRE Greene last Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith , formerly
, . ,, of this place, but who are now living
Mr. Roark is presenting the coming . . , , . ..
, , in Pennsylvania, announce the birth
week "The Killers," for 1- nday and ' v
„ .ni* .i of a so on March 5. Mrs. bmitn will
Saturday. This is a thrilling, soul- "
. . ' , * be remembered
stirring tale of the west, a spine-
tingling melodrama that you will en
On Monday night
Leader, Verda Bryant.
Topic, A good time, and how to
Scripture Lesson, Zeth. 8:45; 1 Cor.
aving a good time, Edith Freder-
Having a good time, Edith Freder-
Having a good time at school,
Having a good time at church,
Having a good time at home wnn
our families, Sara Nee Allen.
Having a good time with our
friends, Margaret Waddell.
Having a good time with our books.
Having a good time with music.
Having a good time through obe-
dience, Ralph Rutledge.
Having a good time through ser-
vice. John Arwood.
One of the pleasant recollections i "To lie abed until 10, read the Sun- j
we have of the time we were running day paper till 1, over eat till 3, lop'
a list of suburban nev^spapdirs in ' around till night, and keep ones soul,
Oklahoma City was that
Topic, Sir, we would see Jesus.
Leader, Mrs. Watts.
The Bible Story, Paul Allen.
Interpreting it for today, Mrs.
of doing i chloroformed throughout the day of
business with the Frederickson-Kroh j the week especially designed for itsjL. Fry.
Music Co., who patronized the lis j enjoyment, is what I call a Nut Sun-! The type of folk who are anxious
of papers we printed. j day."—John Andrew Holmes. | to see him, Mr. Ragan.
We not only enjoyed their business.' We would be glad to see you at the How we may help others to see the
but we found them perfect gentlemen | Methodist church Sunday.
to do business with, and have always Morning subject "Faith in God."
Evening, "The Evolution of a Sin
Special music morning and even
One hundrenand thirteen were in
attendance at the M. E.Sunday school
regarded them as worthy of trust.
Mr. GeorgeFrederickson is a for
mer president of the Chamber of
Commerce of Oklahoma City, a great
leader in civic affairs, and was the
founder of the firm of Frederickson-
Kroh Music Co., which he started 22 j last Sunday.
years ago. I Next Sunday is "Memory Text
Mr. J. L. Constant, the secretary- j Day."
treasurer of the firm, is an ex-secre j The men of the Sunday school
tary of the Retailers association. ] played a match game of basket ball
Luther Jenkins, vice president of I with the Boy Scouts last Friday eve
the company, is an '89er, and one of j ning. The Scouts seemed to enjoy
the best known men in Oklahoma City I themselves very much.
Frederickson-Kroh are now hold —
the Master, Mrs. McClure.
Some obstacles in the way of our
seeing Christ, Manone Glotfelter.
The vision of Christ that we need,
Vocal duet, Lillian and Emma
Bible drill for all. Closing song.
ORDINANCE NO. 100.
ing an Aniversary sale, the details
of which the reader will find on page
eight of this issue. Read it.
of the coming
week, he will show "Discontented
Wives", which is said to be a very
human story and a society drama of
On Tuesday evening a big state
right picture, "Perils of the Cimar-
ron," a 101 Ranch special, will be
shown at an advance in cost of only
r. cents in price
Miss Eva Fitz-
j gerald, and at one time a teacher of
We are glad to report a large at-
tendance of patrons at the annual
school meeting which was held Tues-
day afternoon. Mrjulius Weber was
elected clerk to take the place of W.
J. Rhodyback, the retiring clerk who
had served as a very efficiet member
for the past six years. Fifty dollars
was voted for playground equipment
for next year.
On Friday, March 24, the long-
pils, or most of them, met at the
On Wednesday and Thursday, the
melodrama "Women Who Wait," will j looked-for day arrived, and our
be featured, which is a story of the ... . „ or. , ,
,, , , „ .vaits , school house at 8:30, from whence
sea, the story of a woman who waits i ..... . ,
and keeps burning in
her heart a
love that is as steady and undying as
the beacon in the lighthouse tower
W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. will meet April 1
with Mrs. Geo. McClure. Leader,
Roll -call, Bible quotations on child
Talk on the L. T. L. Mrs. Nicode-
Special music, Mrs. Watts.
Poem, Mrs. McClure.
Paper, The children our homes' best
gift to our country, Mrs. Ping.
Leaflet, Conservation of the child, |
Mrs. Cora Caldwell.
Each member come and bring some
Mrs. Ona Trimble was an Oklahoma
Citv shopper Friday.
Mr. George Bridal's barn burned
last Wednesday night. Dennis Towe
who lives on the Bridal farm also
suffered a loss by the fire.
Miss Vernia Rosecran and Miss
Opal McCallon were Oklahoma City
On account of the big rain we had
no church services at Scott Sunday,
but want everyone to come and hear
Rev. Thoroughman on April 9.
Mr. Jess Albin, Miss Bertha Hol-
1 ings worth, Mr. Tony Hollinesworth
and Miss Iva Jon^s were callers at
the Davill home Wednesday night. ;
Dennis Towe and family and Hurley '
Jones and family spent Sunday at the
M. E. Jones home.
Ext °sion of Corporate Existence of
The First National Bank of Yukon
Treasury penartment, Office
Comptroller of the Currecy.
Washington, D. C., March 4, 1922-
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it has
beenmade to appeaer that "The First
National Bank of Yukon, in the coun-
ty of Canadian, and state of Okla
homa, has complied with all the pro-
visions of the Act of Congress "to
enable Notional Banking associations
to extend their corporate existence
and for other purposes
Inly 12, 1882;
Now, therefore, I, D. R. Crissinger, j lodges at those
An Ordinance establishing a sewer
district in the Town of Yukon to be
known as laterals Nos. 23 and 24, and
providing for the construction of a
district sewer therein.
Be it ordained by theBoard of Trust-
ees of the Town of Yukon, Okla.
Section One. There is hereby estab-
! lished and created in the Town of Yu-
The ladies of the Methodist church J kon, Oklahoma, a sewer district to he
Every body was sorry to hear ofj riom„trnl|(!r of the Currency, do here
the accident rriday when Will
Knirht's team ra away and Mr.
Knight was seriously injured.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bouteller and
will hold an Easter bazaar and cooked
food sale Saturday, April 1, at the
Cox meat market. They will have
many articles on sale such as ladies'
house dresses, aprons, sunbonnets,
and lingerie, children's dresses and
aprons, guest towels, pillow cases
luncheon sets, handkerchiefs, and
other articles too numerous to men-
tion. Be sure and see them before
buying your Easter outfit
Dressed chickens, home made pies,
cake and bread at the cooked food
sale Saturday at Cox market.
Mr. W. J. Kirby, Grand Instructor
for the Odd Fellows, has been at
approved j Maysville and Madill the past week
j doing some work of instructing in the
places. He will be
iViiU<\IE SA; 3—
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fcECur SOVAE erfN
NOU UOtvCES A^OUT
-XUEW*. PRoouer NM'
-ruis fo NOUR st
GLP\0 PfUViT V-f PR.H.E AS
NEVJS " DOHf VAHNVJ We
\W\U_, e>N SEAmB-AV. WOUDR.EO
our crowd, full of enthusiam, started
| to Banner to attend thesecond annua'
tra-k and field meet: None of the
I enthusiasm waned 'luring the day.
' "ven though the weather man was
I not very considerate of th" kind of
I wenether he prescribed for us
Firstswere won by the following
Virgil Dowell, broad jump, 15 feet
and 11 inches.
The'ma Collns, girls' 40-yard dash.
Rose Arendt, Histo-y.
Seymour Barrett, Geography.
Rose Arendt, Spelling.
Seconds were won as follows:
Alfred Smith, chinning.
Bonnie Johnston, 40 yards dash.
Marion Weber, piano.
Alfred Smith, Georrraphy.
Mary Arendt, Spelling.
Total points won by Frisco,
This gives Frisco second place at
The children and teacher wish to
express their appreciation and thanks
to the patrons for the interest shown
by them in providing transportation,
etc., to help make the affair
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Albin were visit-
ors at the Ralph Brown home Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bostwick, of
Oklahoma City, visited their daugh-
ter, Mrs. H. H. Rohinson. Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Towe entertain-
ed the Rook players Tuesday even
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McCallon
called on the Claude Dickinsons of
Yukon Tuesday afternoon.
J. T. Humphrey was awarded a
lemon as a prize for the o""ner of th"
hemliest face at Putnam Tuesday-
WEST POINT ITEMS.
by certify that "The First National
^iank of Yukon." in the town of Yu-
kon, in the county of Canadian and
state of Oklahoma, is authorised t«
have succession for the period speer
fied in its amended articles of asso-
ciation: namelv. until close of busi-
ness on March 4, 1922.
In testimony whereof, witness my
hand and the seal of this office this
fourth day of March, 1922.
(Seal.) D. R. CRISSINGER,
Comptroller of the Currency.
Charter No. 6159.
Extesion No. 4201.
For liberal amounts, quick service
Mrs. William J. Kirby had as guests
Wednesday of last week her mother,
*T**s. Catherine Mitchell, her sister
Mrs. O. V. Ladd, and her daughter,
Mrs. George Custer, all of El Reno,
the occasion being the birthday anni-
versary of Mrs. Kirby. Mrs. Mitchel)
remained over for a week's visit and
will return home Fiday.
Mrs. William J. Ki'by spent last
week at Maysville, Okla., in the in-
terest of the Rebekah lodge.
LUTHER RICE SELLS FARM.
Mr. Luther Rice has sold his farm
northeast of town to a party from
Stillwater, Okl., and will move to Yu
and lowest rates, see Mager-Swan | kon, where he expects to live until
Mo;-taage Co. Phone or write us j school is out. We have failed to be
212 Colcord building, Oklahoma City advised as to what Mr. Rice expects
to do, now that he has disposed of his
known and designated as laterals
Nos. 23 and 24.
Sec. 2. It is found by the Board
and deemed necessary, that said dis-
trict sewers be constructed in said
sewer district, and is declared to be
the intention of the Board of Trustees
to construct and there shall be con-
structed in said sewer district, as fol-
Lateral No. 23 shall comprise 175
feet in the east end of block 19 and
40 feet in Third street, beginning
175 feet west (in the alley) of block
19 of the west side of Third street,
thence east. to the man hole in the
center of Third street.
Lateral 24 bo^inninc 50 feet west
of the east side of block 26, thence
west to the center of Fourth street,
thence north to the main sewer.
Sec 3 J. C. Clark, competent engin-
eer, is hereby employed andappointed
engineer for the said Town of Yukon
and directed to prepare the necessary
sections, plats, profiles and specifi-
cations for the work, together with a
complete estimate of the cost, and
submit the same to the Board of
Trustees without unnecessary delay.
Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take
effect and be in force from and after
its passage, approval and publication
as provided by law.
Passed and approved this 27th
day of March, 1922.
Published Thursday March 30,
E. E. SANGER, President
Board of Trustees.
Attest: J. C. BARNILL, Clerk.
West Point took the following STAR THEATRE, YUKON, OKLA.
nrizes at the field meet: First in j
snelling. music, 200-yard dash, 50 , Program of Coming Events
yard dash, and second in relay race. J Fr;,iay an() Saturday, March 31 and
Mr R. L. Fry hadthe misfortune to'^prj] j
be kicked by a horse last Friday. Al- "THE KILLERS."
though his condition at first was se- gix-rel Western drama.
2. I1 A&xerttt*
rious, we are glad to know he is
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Little were Mr. and Mrs
C. E. Bross, M>\ Lyman Allard and
the Misses Mildred and Ethel Allard
M -. and Mrs Floyd "adcliff spent
•'nndav with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Mr. Paul Rice v'sited with Mr. and
Mrs. R L. Frv Friday evening.
In snite of the wind and dust almost
the entire community attended th«>
field and track meet at Banner last
Miss Sara Nee .Allen spent the
wrpk ond with Miss Edith Frederick
School was dismissed Tuesday at
A STATEMENT. noon in order to hold the annual school
This week Mr .'nhnson, the town, meeting. The meoHn" was we'l at
marshall arrested two bovs from Ok-j tended which n-oes to show the ind-
iahoma Citv for sneeding through . est taken bv the ^'""ts of the dis
town in an Oldsmohile truck. After; trict. Mr. Little was re elected as
brini'ine- the bovs hack to town theja memher_of the school hoard,
two hoys lumned on to Mr. Johnson 1
1JAROLD LLOYD COMEDY.
Monday night. Anril 3—
5-reel society drama.
SNUB POLLARD COMEDY.
Tuesday' night, April 4—
The great state rifrht picture—
PERILS OF THE CIMARRON
A 101 Ranch special
Admission to this feature 10c and
farm, but we welcome him as a citi-
zen of Yukon.
A DAY AT THE OLD HOME.
PFIMLS OF T"F r'M\"RON
"Perils of the Cin" on '' a KM
I'aneh special st*'te ri<*ht nieture at
• he Star theatre Tuesdp" ni' ht, Apr'!
Ami bpfran tb° marshal. The
boys weve nnd nlnceil in jail. 1
After fhop' moth"*\ Simnson j
nme ovor an 1 sravo a ebeck for th^?**1
fin#*, she T^cr- over the to** n a§Vhv-1
different eitirens on the street about)
the affair does not want to protect
Mr. Johnson did not treat the boys
Now, nnv citizen tbnt placed Mr.
Johnson in th's nos'1: n after s^ein"*
1 ho afHiir, doernot want to protect Hon. but a
this town or ths live of iti citizens, real
(Signed) F K. SANGER moua rrn^-h in the world
President Town Council.; Admission only 10 and 30 cents
A tru^ a^d remi V^bln
T"dian perils of t.b«
ron river, a chap*0-" nf
cnttl rustlers in ■
rpmm''" and thrilling n
is not a round on r>**
torv ^f the j
v,s Cim... !
dn"S of t he
- ntnre It
" most fa
Wednesday and Thursday, April
3rd and 4th—
"WOMEN WHO WAIT."
PATHF. NEWS REEL.
Friday and Saturday April 7th and |
# 5-reel western drama.
HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY.
MATINEE SATITHMAYS AT 2 P. M
to 5 P M.
ADMISSION ALWAYS 10c and 25c
Except for State Ri^ht, or Special.
We always have music.
Vis't the Star theatre. You must
be pleased or your money back.
AMATEUR RADIOISTS HERE.
Amateur radioists are in evidence
in Yukon, the past week seeing
Palph Hayes and Rav Kroutil and
Mr. W. S. Waddell, with outfits of
the home made type, and they have
been successful in catching from the
nir the concerts given in Oklahoma
City, and also weather forecasts.
The first radio messatre was heard
Sunday nieht, and the boys are at
work seeking to perfect their instru,
men's so that thev can i*et a better
linn nn what is beinp sent and also in
order that more people may hear it
We hope to have a better account
of what is doing in this line next
FRIDAY STUDY CLUB.
Sunday of last week Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Frederick and daughter Miss Edith,
Mr. and Mrs. John Watts and Mr.
and Mr. Frank Hansen motored out
to the old home neaer Okarche with
well-filled baskets to spend a day with
Mr. and Mrs. Flovd Frederick, who
still lives on the old home place.
Easter bazaar and cooked
sale at Cox market Saturday.
Mrs. D. B. Phillimi will be hostess
to the Friday Study club tomorrow
afternoon, when the lesson will be
on Lonefellow Mrs. Phillips will lead
the study on the Poem, "My Lost
VWE WW\T \Y> "<UtRE. ARE.
But SO bOS. WERt L/Va.GE«.
\JJE MW DOtUG SO OUVAJJ,
PER -TH' Site. OF "XVV
ARE voe now ?
Before buying a new crankshaft.
I lot us inspect your old one. This in-
<ne-tion costs you nothing and may
' pave you monev.
tf, HIGHTOWER MOTOR CO. nun po
HARD TIMES SOCIAL --
Tho h'lrd tir"e« social he'd by the j
ladies of th" f'hristinn chit'eh nt the
hall Fi iday night was well attended,
and every one seemed to eniov the
occasion ve_,y much by Oh* looks of
their 1: mfhirg faces during the even-
ing. The visl'ors and members who1
dressed as tacky as they know how-
to were the main attractions of the
evening. Mnnv fires v ere collectei
from thi'H who were "dressed up'
the women who had Ivg f'':,f and thi
: ed of "dainty" hoofs..
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