Nowata Daily Star (Nowata, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 181, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 18, 1922 Page: 4 of 6
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KOWAfA OAIfct SfAR
TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1922
Cook Drug Co.
The Store that Sett the Pace
THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS
Will be good for prizes at our store until Thursday, April 20, when the
third cind last numbers will be publlished for the prizes remaining.
First Prize—2375. Second Prize—8351. Fifth Prize—6135.
TH£nNoEaJaJaily star BARNES WILL BE
*• T. NORTON, Editor and Bus. Mgr.
Published every week day except
Saturday—also Sunday morniag—at
111 North Maple Street.
Entered as second class mail mat-
February 19, 1913, at the Post
Office at Nowata, Oklahoma, under
the Act of March 8, 1879.
The Nowata Council Boy Scouts-
of America held a meeting Monday
night and made a contract with Carl
Earnes as Boy Scout executive
starting June 1. Starting on the
date named, Mr. Barnes will de-
vote all of his time to Boy Scout
work and will have complete charge
of S: out activities in this city.
Mr. Barnes has had considerable
N. H. S. TRACKSTERS
WIN COUNTY MEET
(By Fred Sandefur.)
The Nowata High School track
team had little trouble in winning
both tile cup for nigh schools and the
high school relay cup at the Nowata
County Track Meet held Monday af-
ternoon at the city park. Although
the weather was inclement and the
track heavy from Sunday’s rain, -----, - ________
some remarkable records were made. I jump, 19:11(4
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events of the meet was the higft
(jump in which Price of Nowata and
j Pool of Lenapah tied at 5 feet and
10 inches. Howevfer, the cross
bar sagged about one inch and the
mark should be lowered that much
on the records. .Alter the 100 yard
dash was run in 10 seconds flat an
investigation disclosed the fact that
the course as laid out was 10 yards
Among the new county records
which were set were: Ringo, N. H.
S., half mile, 2:08. Price, N. H. S.,
Pool, Lenapah High, high jump, 5
leet, D inches. Snodgrass, broad
the high school events Nowata
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NOTICE TO CANDIDATES.
The Star is this year making an \
iron-clad rule that r 11 political an- j
nouncements, political advertising j
and printing for candidates must be
paid in advance. This rule will be
applied to every candidate, so please
do not ask us to charge political work !
of any kind.
The Star is authorized to announce |
the following candidates for county
offices, subject to the primaries to
be held August 1, 1922:
A. T. RILEY.
will go east and spend some time at fx wn' a point winner in each of
a school for Boy Scout executives, j pf’, D., , .. . it- v
In addition to making a contract fV, Rllcj' - ?J -Nowata High
v.’-th .Mi. Barnes, the council decided ‘10 ,c‘ individual «tar of the
upon $4,000 as the size of the bud- j w„,th ,a -tota! . °* 161*, P0,nt,s;
get for the Scout work the current I * f,irst >n the pole vault
year and arrangements are now be-1 lu,r‘ e?’ with Box for
itig made to raise the monev. i - irst in the low hurdles, and got 1 '•i
| points for being on the winning re-
--_ l lay team. Wenner of Lenapah was
second man as to total number ot
c „ . points scored, with 16.
3wat the fly! I One of the most hotly contested
Preliminary arrangements for the
annual alumni banquet of Nowata
High school were made Monday
night at a meeting of the alumnus
held at the Campbell Hotel.
The banquet will he qeld this
year on Friday, May 19, at a place
to be chosen by the banquet commit-
tee. The “old grads” state that the
affair will be an exceptionally bril-
Committees were appointed with
the following as chairmen: Ban-
quet committee, Miss Mary Simpson;
collection committee, Miss Helen
Drunk; Orchestra committee, Miss
Olatys Witt; Program committee,
Miss Minnie Crowell.
The members of the Nowata High
Alumni Association wiP hold an-
other meeting at 7:30 o’clock next
Monday night at the Campbell IIo
PURE FOOD GROCERY
SOLD TO HOFFMAN & SAY
Hoffman & Say this morning took
charge of the Pure Food Grocery, a
deal having been closed Monday by
which W. M. Wood disposed of his
interests. Messrs. Hoffman & Say
will move their stock to the new lo- i
cation as soon as possible.
"Maddtr, t always
wins the race when /
carry home Kellogg’s
Corn Flakes. I can’t
hardly wait till /
have some quick,
Watch the little folks
speed home for
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes
It’s great to see child-er.thusiasm for Kellogg’s;
great to see every one in the family enjoy their
crisp crunchiness and wonderful flavor! To sit
down before a heaping bowlful of these cheery,
oven-browned “sweet-hearts-of-the-corn” and
some milk or cream—and fresh fruit, if it’s handy
—is just about the very last word in appetizing
appeal! And, your good taste will prove that!
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes ought to be superior—
they are the original Corn Flakes! Kellogg’s are
never tough or leathery; never hard to eat; never
Be certain to get Kellogg’s—the kind in the
RED and GREEN package—because none are
genuine without the signature of W. K. Kellogg,
originator of Toasted Com Flakes!
Don’t forget. KELLOGG'S Corn
Flakes are made by the folks who
gave you the JUNGLELAND
Moving Pictures. Coupon inside
every package of KELLOGG'S
Corn Flakes explains bow you
can obtain arot^ir copy of
Al*o Makers of KELLOGG’S KRUMBLES and
KELLOGG S BRAN, cooked and krumbled
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You are taking a chance of loss when
you keep cash on hand with which to pay
bills. Deposit this money in a checking
account here and pay bills by check.
Every check you write is a legal receipt
for the money paid out as the person re-
ceiving it must endorse before cashing.
We welcome checking accounts both
from firms and individuals and pledge
friendly, willing service—always!
The Nowata High track team this
year is the best which has ever rep-
resented the school. One year ago j
the meet was a tie between Nowata :
and Lenapah up to the relay, and by [
winning that event Nowata captured I
the meet. There is no question but |
Lenapah High had a stronger team j
this year than last, but the improve-
ment was not nearly as great as that |
shown by Nowata High.
The score by events follows:
100 Yard Dash—First, Wenner,
Lenapah; second, M. Snodgrass, No-
wata; third, L. LaFavour, Nowata;
Time, 10 seconds.
Shot Put—First, O. Willis, No-
wata; second, L. VanNoy, Delaware:
third, G. Boop, Nowata. Distance*
40 feet, 1 inch.
Broad Jump—First, M. Snodgrass
Nowata; second, Wenner, Lenapah:
third, Thompson, Nowata. Dis-
tance, 19 feet, 11 Vi inches.
t 880 Yard Dash—First, R. Ringo
Nowata; second, W. Smith, Nowata •
third, J. Jarboe, Lenapah. Time, j
2 minutes, 8 seconds.
High Jump—First, Price, Nowata; |
second, Pool, Lenapah; third, Thom- |
pson, Nowata. Height, 5 feet, 10 |
inches. In this event Pri'-e and •.
Pool tied for first place and Price i
won the medal on the flip, the points
220 Yard Dash—First. Wenner. I
Lenapah; second, LaFavour, Nowata;__________
third, H. Duncan, Nowata. Time, t * — - ■ ■ ■ c
24 seconds. [pah; third, Ted Crawford, Delaware. ! had thrown the discus and a by-
Pole Vault—First, Riley, Nowata; Javelin—First, J. Maple, Lena- standcr threw it back for the athlete
second, Duncan, Nowata; third, J. Pah; second, G. Berkhart, Nowata; to trv ngain The throw went far-
Jarboe, Lenapah. Distance, 9 feet, third, Jones, Nowata. Distance, 104 ther than was intended and hit Clel-
11 inches. j feet, 2 inches.
Low Hurdles—Tied, Riley, No-! Discus—First, Koker, Lenapah;
wata, Box, Nowata; third, VanNoy, 1 second, A. Wood, Delaware; third,
Delaware. Time, 30 seconds. in C. Wykoff, Lenapah. _ Distance, 70
this event Box and Riley tied for, feet, 8 inches.
Broad Jump—First, B.
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first place and Riley won on the flip. ! Broad Jump—First, B. Maple,
The points were divided. : I.enapah; second, J. Maple, I enapah;
Discus—First, VanNoy, Delaware; I third, V. Starr, Nowata. Distance,
second, Spencer, Nowata; third, | 16 feet. 11 inches.
Bcatric, Lenapah. Distance, 100 410 Yard Dash—First, B. Maple,
feet, 1 inch. .Lenapah; second, J. Maple, Lena-
440 Yard Dash—First, Smith, No- pah; third, Ted Crawford, Delaware.'
wata; second, Wenner, Lenapah; Time, 58 3-5 seconds,
third, Ringo, Nowata. Time, 54 High Jump—First, J. Maple, Lei:
Seconds. (pah; second, B. Maple, Lenapah;
. 1 third ~ ' ‘ ~ '
la Brady in the back of the head,
making a gash two inches long The
girl’s head was protected by her
hair and a hat, or the accident
might have been serious. The girl
Maple, spent a comfortable night and no
serious consequences arc anticipat-
cd. It was the only accident to mar
a very enjoyable track meet.
I cessful ever held in the city and the
-First, Jarboe, Lena-I work of the Nowata High athletes
o------ xt-----— - -L- ■ n,akes it certain that they will be
big point winners at Dewey next
GIRL WAS INJURED
AT THE TRACK MEET
Miss Clella Brady, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. Brady, was j
.... —, B-
Javelin—First, O. Willis, Nowata; third, Ted Crawford,
second, VanNoy, Delaware; third, 1 Height, 4 feet 8 inches.
Riley, Nowata. Distance, 118 feet. I Relay—First, Lenapah; second,
High Hurdles—First, Riley, No- I Delawaie; third, Nowata,
wata; second VanNoy, Delaware; I B. and J. Maple of Lenapah were
third, Duncan, Nowata. Time, 18 Va | easily the stars of the grade games,
second.-. winning first and second in -ij.
Baseball Throw—First, Ketcham, I events, and two firsts by J. Maple in
Delaware; second, Boop, Nowata; which his brother did not place,
third, Mosley, Lenapah. Distance, ' The meet was by far the most suc-
J34 feet. * .........
Mile Run _____, ______, ______
pah; second, Spencer, Nowata; third
Hatchett, Lenapah. Time, 5 min-
utes, 5 seconds.
Relay—-First, Nowata; second,
Lenapah; third, Delaware. Time,
3 minutes, 42 Va seconds.
Score by Schools—Nowata High,
SI; Lenapah High, 33; Delaware
The Grade Meet.
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wa verv L j ^ v "as struck on the back of the head
‘,h?w«d“tp Xl : “i,h On, of the ntbM.
their larger opponents. ---- - . ■ . . ...
The events and winners follow: .
50 Yard Dash—First, J. Maple,
Lenapah; sciond, B. Maple, Lena-
pah; third. Jones, Nowata. Time,
880 Yard Dash—First, J. Maple,
Lenapah; second Ted Crawford,
Delaware; third Johnson, Nowata.
Time, 2 minutes, 43 seconds.
Pole Vault—First, B. Maple, Lena-
pah; second, Kelly, Nowata; third,
Berkhart, Nowata. Distance, 8 feet,
Shot Put—First, B. Maple, Lena-
pah; second J. Maple, Lenapah; third,
V. StaiT, Nowata.
100 Yard Dash—Find, J. Maple,
Lenapah; second B. Maple, •Lena-
Strawberry plants at half price,
(-rape vines, 15c. M. F. Wilkinson,
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1 gallon blackberries __$1.00
1 gallon peaches______75c
1 gallon apricots______90c
1 gallon apples_______80c
Young Hens per lb.____20c
301 Ea>t Cherokes
Thursday and Friday
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With T. Roy Barnes,
Lila Lee, Walter Hiers,
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