Nowata Daily Star (Nowata, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 287, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1924 Page: 3 of 6
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THURSDAY MARCH 6 1924.
NOWATA PMtV SI
STYLE and WEAR
Nothing holds the comfort, it seems,
that a neat Cap like this does.
New spring shades, in plain cloths
—a lot of honest-to<goodness values.
$150 to $2.50
CKNINb ,|A| ^
Among Our Neighbors
(■r the Star'* Staff Corraapaa^aata.)
The music party at Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Armstrong’s Sunday night was
well attended and at a late hour re-
freshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn visited
with Mr. and Mrs. James Stevens
and children Sunday.
Mr. Frank Campbell was a Nowa-
ta visitor Saturday.
with Mr. and Mrs. Vem Scott and
The literary at the Praivie View
school house Friday night was well
Misses Thelma and Pauline Sher-
wood spent Sunday with the Hays
Mrs. Allie Hays and baby are vis-
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Hays and family.
son Janies visited Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Hall and children Sunday.
The dance at the home of Mr. Tom
Scott Saturday night was well attend-
Miss Virginia Storm spent Friday
night with Miss Hazel McAfee.
Miss I.ucille Sherwood spent Sun-
..day afternoon with Miss Gladys
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murphy and .scott
Helen and Zola Pope visited Mr and ‘ Drilling for oil on 0tto gt ,
Mrs James Murphy and ch.ldreu; )and will begin ajfain riffht
will be with us next Sunday after-
noop if it is possible to get him
here. Come all who can.
Miss Helen Monday of Bly spent
Wednesday night of last week with
Miss Georgia Smith.
Jim Ball and Walter Wood called
on Mr. Wess Morgan and J. W.
Warneke Sunday morning.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Mosely has been quit* ser-
iously. ill with measles and the
thrash this week, but is slightly im-
proved at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford and
Don Wyat were shopping in No-
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Moore and
daughter Betty Grace, are leaving
Friday foe Tulsa, where they will
n.a'.t their future home. Mr. and
Mrs. Moora have only been in our
community a short time but have
made many friends who are sorry
to see them leave, but wish them
success in their new home and a
mucih nicer location.
Quite a number of people from
the surrounding communities at-
tended the revival at Fairview Sun
day evening. Happy Hill, Arm
strong, Bly, Coodys Bluff and Dela-
ware were well represented. Any
one who Joes not believe there if
reality in serving a living God
should have witnessed the outpour-
ing of the Holy Spirit at. this ser-
vice. The meeting will continue
one more week. Bro. and Sister
Karr will assist with the preaching
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawford and
son were dinner guests at Jim
Mr. and Mrs Ed Blanke of
Pumpkin Center attended the re
vival at Fairview Sunday evening.
| Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barr called on
Wm. Crawford Monday afternoon.
The Childers Community Club
met Monday night and the follow-
ing program was rendered:
Community Singing, conducted
by Mrs. Dorothy Bagwell.
Reading, “Co-Opedation” — Miss
Song, "Sweet and Low”—High
Song, Nightingale Song—High
Heading, “Relation Between the
School and the Community”—Miss
Reading, “School Activities”—
Miss Josephine Handy.
DAste, Resolved, That Athletics
are essential in the school, both
as a source of interest and health
to the pupils and as a revenue to
Mr. P. J Reiiley led for the af-
firmative nnd made a splendid
taik. then Kenneth Marshall opened
up the negative side of the ques-
tion and made more points in five
minutes than we thought it possible
to be made on the subject at all.
Mrs. Adah Norcross followed for
the affirmative, Miss Birdie Crum-
Mrs. Ethel Condry and sons call-
ed on Mrs. James Stevens Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cumpston visit-
ed with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Camp-
bell Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Johnson call-
ed on Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Secondine
Consolidated District No. 36.
3 he Indies Athletic Association
basketball team played the Senior
class of Delaware on the home court
Frank Campbell was shopping at I pointrthe^^orc Ving^sT £? U.
c T^ntraj^^and bTd‘ °ftthe
Mrs. Earl Melton was well attended K ‘*trh*t T ladlesf team
and all reported a good time. . / teacht'rs 'l '* wh°
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Beerman en-1 d for years- ,but. ou.r
tetained a number of their friends nwomen,who •>'“* *
with a dance and radio party. All re-1' e ^e °P,n,t !nto rea* Player*,
ported an enjoyable evening. 1 0<>’ an , ’^y play a good, clean
game. Isn’t there a ladies’ team
in some other community who
would like to play with us? This
should have been reported last
week but was forgotten.
ported an enjoyable evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harney were ** e’
y Nowata visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Frankie Peppers, of Valeda,
Kansas, was visiting at the C. J.
Secondine home Saturday,
This March wind will soon dry up
the roads .
E. M. Hays went to Coffeyville
Mrs. Sam Batch spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hancock, near Lenapah.
K. K. Sherwood made a trip to
Miss Ethel Sanders spent Thurs-
day night with Miss Mary Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scott and chil-
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Boyd and
family of Ruthdale called on Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Ball and family Sun-
J. B. Nickeil reports the loss of
a new battery Saturday night. We
cannot afford to let petty thievery
get startted in our community. An
example ought to be made of the
first fellow caught.
Thirty-five were present in Sun-
day scihool Sunday morning. The
Bible class under Bro. G. J. Smith
studied the fourteenth chapter of
St. John and many good points
were brought out. Next Sunday
the tenth chapter of Hebrews is to
dren, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry1 ‘“‘Vmh'".!T
“d Bro.’Foster ,A*:“”dh
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Lowest Rate of Interest
Inspections made same day application received.
Plenty of money ready to pay out on loan promptly,
If you are in need of farm loan come in to see me.
SAM F. WILKINSON
At Commercial National Bank.
F 1_tf Nowata, Oklahoma
packer for the negative, Miss Melva
Malone affirmative and last. Mr.
K. H. Crumrine, negative. These
speakers all made splendid talks
and good points were brought out
on both sides. Supt W. W. Dan-
iels, Mrs. Dorothy Bagwell and
Mrs. Howard Jarrett were chosen
as judges. The decision was 2-1
in favor of the negative. The de-
bate was interesting and helpful
and we hope to have more of them.
There was a little business that
seas to have been taken up but the
rain scared us away. There was a
good crowd out nnd we hope to see
all of them back again the third
Monday night of the month.
I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Marks and
son called on Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Hines Saturday evening.
Mrs. L. C. Umphries and chil-
dren spent Saturday with Mrs. J.
T. Ball and family.
Junior Richardson, little son of
?drs. Earn Richardson, has had a
severe oase of measles but is some
tetter at this writing.
■ We wor.der if everyone is re-
membering the annual school meet-
ing which will be held this year
March 25th. The business on hand
is to elect a member for our school
board or board of education. Let
us remember that whoever is elect-
ed at this meeting will serve three
veals, therefore this writer thinks
a man ought to be elected who is
permanently located in the district.
Of course, farmers move around
the same as all other people, but
land owners do not move as often
and if we can get together and
make our school what it should be
’.ve do not believe our farmers will
want to sell out here any more
readily than elsewhere. We are
not trying to discredit or insinuate
in any way that our pumpers and
day-laborers are not working for
the school, because being pumpers
ourselves, we know for a certainty
that a large majority of these
people are whole-heartedly interest-
ed in seeing the school a lasting suc-
cess, but on account of the heavy
taxes being carried by the land
owners we feel that they should de-
cide the handling of the school
Little Miss Lucy Mae Wood spent
Tuesday night with Elwood Craw-
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hick? report
the birth of a 30n Tuesday eve-
ning. The young man has been
named George William.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Marks took
supper with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
Moore Sunday evening.
Mrs. J. E. Clay and daughter
of Hominy are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Clay’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. 8. Casto.
Misses Georgia Smith, Minnie
Martin, Opal Boley, Messrs. Walter
and Clarence Martin and Elmer |
Umphries attended the dance at
Tom Scott’s of Bly Saturday night.1
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fuzzell and|
family are all ill with the flu at
this writing. Miss Georgia Smith
•s helping out in their home for a
Uttle Raymond Webber is on
the sick list this week.
Mrs. Betty Umphries has accept-
ed a position as housekeeper in the
home of Mr. Clifford Keitldey.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Umphries
call'd on Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hicks
Mr. Jiir Ball made a business
-rip to C’laremore Wednesday eve-
Miss Fdta Page spent Tuesday
light with Miss Georgia Smiih
Miss Dot Wyat js able to be put
after a severe attack of tonsilitis.
Miss Katie Nunnallee spent
Tuesday night with Miss Qpal Ball.
Mrs. J. N. Weaver and daughter
Ina, and Mrs. Dallas Watkins of
Bluejacket, spent Sunday with Mr.
ind Mrs. John Nunnallee.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barr and fam-
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Rat White and
ihildren ard Misres Florence anu
Marie Wood took Suudav dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nicke’i
Mrs. Dick Stratton calico on Vra,
Tom B'nklt* Monday afternoon.
Mrs. M. A. Thomas, who h»- been
visiting relatives at Sand Siring*
for some few weeks, is expected to
arrive Friday to spend the next few
months with her daughter, Mrs. E.
H. Hudson end Mr. Hudson.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crupper and
family spent Sunday with Mr Crup-
per’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
The Y. M. C. A. and Y. W C. A.
basketball teams of Bartlesv lie will
play the Childers "Roughnecks”
and a mi/od team of high school
girls and community women on the
Childers court Friday night Ad-
mission 10 and 20 cents.
Childers girls lost to the Nowat A
ieam Tuesday night. It was a good
game from start to finish hut No-
wata had us outclassed. Nowata
lias a fine team and our girls en-
joy playing with them.
Miss Helen Hendrickson, our
fourth and fifth grade teachvr, has
been suffering a severe attack of
tonsilitis and was- absent frem her
duties at school Friday and Mon-
day. Her pupils were very much
pleased to see her at her desk on
Mrs. Dorothv Bagwell visited
Mrs. Shattuck at Lenapah Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mankillcr mo-
tored to Tahlecjuah last we»*k-en«l.
Master Jack returned with them to
tpend a few weeks.
The Childers girls will plav Ta-
lala on our home court Wednesday
night, Mgrch 12. Come and yell
for your home team.
We report with much pleasure
the recovery of Mr. Petersen’s car
that was ^stolen from the school
house on Tuesday night rf last
week. While we are sorry to
have to believe that any of our
home boys would be guilty of such
u thing, yet if they are guilty, they
can expect nothing else but to be
Mrs. Frank Merrell and little
son and daughter spent several days
with Mr. and Mrs. V. U. Merrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed May and son
called on Mr. and Mrs. V. IT. Mer-
rell Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Chas. Ajmer of Nowata,
Mr. and Mrs. Spi ague of Delaware
and Mr. Chas. Childers visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Binkley Sunday.
The grade boys have set out ten
trees on the school campus. If
you have any shrubs or flowers to
donate, bring or send them to the
school house. Help beautify our
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Reiiley visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harshman
of Bly Sunday evening.
Mrs. H. M. Jarrett and Mrs
P. J. Reiiley spent Friday shopping
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Handy and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. H T.
Pago of Delaware Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis of
Coodys Bluff visited with Misses
Pauline and Houstie Martin • Sun
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Adams of
Coffeyville spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Dabney and family.
■ Quite a number of boys and girls
enjoyed a weinie roast on Big
Creek Saturday, night.
Mrs. Omar Keith and Gladys
Waters of Chicago, 111., have been
the guests of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. D. Waters, for several
days. They returned to their home
Misses Opal Durst and Lucille
Kiunick spent Sunday in Coffeyville.
Rebt. Harrison and Sammi* Mar-
tin visited at the home of Mr. J T.
Martin Wednesday evening.
Miss Bessie Merrill took supper
with Miss Bessie Ellege Sunday
Miss Florence Merrell spent Sun-
day with Mrs. Clara Pope of Dela-
Mias Alma Durst spent Sunday
vith Misa Helen Waters.
| Oryal Thornton of Centralia
spent Sunday with Vivalorc Hol-
Mr. V. U. Merrell has rented the
C. 0. Pinnell place west of Dela-
ware. Mr. Merrell has moved part
of his property and is staying fol
a while by himself, but his daugh-
ter Florence, will join him some
time during the latter part of this
week. Mrs. Merrell and the chil-
dren who are in school will re-
main in our community until school
* Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hudson spent
Sunday afternoon visiting the
Keats family at Nowata.
Mr. Joe Merrell and Miss Bessie
Ellege motored to Taiala Sunday
Mr. John Allison of Nowata vis-
ited with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hinas
Mr. C. 0. Pinnell took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. V. U. Merrill
and family Sunday.
Mr. A. Page hsd a public sale
Monday and will leave soon for
Shidler. We are very sorry to
The New Blouses Are Out
And Bright Colors Are In
Springtime Blouse? make a gay debut unci they
are as delightfully youthful as they are new. Flower-
colored overblouses measure smartness by simplicity
and depend upon embroidered monograms.
The Modest Prices Will Appeal to You
CORRECT APPAREL FOR WOMEN A*p MISSES
lose this family but wish them suc-
cess in their new home.
Jewell Futhey js absent from
school on acount of measles.
ELM BEND NOTES
Mr. Burch and family spent Sun-
day at the home of Mr. Luther Lewis.
Miss Malinda Mannis spent Sun-
day with Miss Delma Gore.
Mr, Stalwaldt is again able to
work after a severe seige of small-
Johnsie and Earl Conner, Edward
and Nettie Russel are again able to
be in school.
Mrs. Burch and son Taylor were
visitors in Nowata Thursday.
Mrs. Gore and son Otis attended
to business in Nowata Saturday.
A large crowd attended the preach-
ing service conducted by Reverend
Disch Sunday. Next Sunday is Rev.
Schimmaharn’s preaching appoint-
ment. Every one come out. Also
Sunday school at ten o’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Yelton visited their
son, Ruford Yelton, Sunday.
Mrs. Conner and Mrs. Eve visited
at the Gore home on Sunday after-
The Brinker Brothers are baling
straw at the Grandpa Lewis farm
Mr. Gore and son are helping
Charlie Rose sow oats this week.
Wyley Schroder is hauling hay
from the C. E. Rose place this week.
Farmers are all busy sowing oats
this week. Quite an acreage will be
planted if the weather permits.
Mr. Frank Pierce transacted busi-
ness with Mr. Rose Monday.
♦ IN WASHINGTON ♦
The oil committee suspended its
public hearings to examine more
The tariff committee made its re-
oort to President Coolidge on wheat
President Coolidge informed the
Philippine independence mission that
the time was not ripe for Philip-
The democratic veterans commit-
tee laid .before the house ways and
means committee a new bonus plan.
The house continued general de-
bate on Muscle Shoals with the
Ford offering being alternately at-
tacked and defended.
The Norbeck-Burtness crop diver-
sification bill was laid aside in the
senate until next week because of
Indications of another important
turn in the fortunes ,of Attorney
General Daugherty were seen in de-
velopments at the White House and
before the special senate investi-
Opposition developed in the sen-
ate to Samuel Knight as counsel to
conduct the Standard Oil cases on
the ground that he had been coun-
sel for a. hank in which the Rocke-
fellers are interested.
White House officials said every
phase of the evidence developed
before the Chicago veterans grand
jury and not passed upon because
of lack of jurisdiction,, would be
gone into by a jury here.
iinniniiniHiiru ii mn
WANTS, FOR SALE, FOR RENT, ETC,
FOR SALE—Corn, seed oats, seed
corn and baled hay. Blukeslee,
phone 643. 6-tfc
ANYONE wanting real fine straw
rotten manure, call T. C. Mer-
1 ritt, phone 674. 6-2tc
STRAYED—From my place, west of
Nowata, Sunday night, March 2,
one female fox terrior dog, white
and black spotted, with long tail. If
found please call 1007-F13 and re-
ceive reward. H. G. Hendrickson.
STRAYED—Two 2-year-old Black
Poland Heifers. Burden Bros.
City Meat Market. 6-ltc
FOR SALE—Two Jersey cows, giv-
ing milk. Phone 882. 6-3tpd.
FOR SALE—Dressed hogs. Deliver-
I ed. Over 80 pounds 9c, under 8c.
Phone 1608-F4. 6-3tpd.
FOR RENT—Sleeping room in mod-
ern home. Phone 667-W. 6-6tpi
MEN and women make large profits
Selling Raleight’s Good Health
Products and Household Necessities.
No experience necessary. Largest
company teaches you the most suc-
cessful methods and gives most help
and co-operation. Give age, occu-
pation, references. W. T. Rawleigh
Co., Ct. 499, Memphis, Tenn.
FOR RENT—Four-room house, 336
South Willow. Phone 851.
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred barred
Rock settings, 75c. One thor-
oughbred Barred Rod; cockerel;
also fresh eggs. Phone 279. 3-4tc
f OR SALE—S. C. Ancona hatch-
ing eggs. Phone 993. Eugene
A, Hollis. 2-tfc
FARM LAND FOR RENT — Have
tome good land adjoining Nowata
will rent in 10-acre or 20-acre tracts
for cotton, corn or oats for cash
55S** *2’50 an acre- See Sidin F-
W ilkmson, at Commercial National
hUR SALE—Seed oats, 75c per
bushel. D. W. Jones, Watova,
HAVE a casing pulling machine
and am now ready to take care
of your wants in this line. How-
ard Hagan. Phone 668. 6-tfc
cotton rags at the
I’OR SALE—300 bales choice prairie
j hay. 35c per bale. Three and
one-half miles southeast of No-
wata. G. W. Hatch. 27-tfc
| WANTED—Sewing. Bhone 641.
1 24-1 m-pd.
will find this
paper an excellent
medium in which
to display their
bargains and make
their wants known
FOR RENT—A farm. 70 acres, H
mile northwest of Stop 38. Good
four room house. $125.00 cash.
Phone 820. 11-sun-tue-thu-tfc
GARDEN plowing done on short
notice. Glen Bone, phone 414.
WANTED--At once, white girl or
woman to do housework. Apply
Mrs. Charles Pritchard, Lenapah.
FOR RENT—Five room modern
house. Furnished. Garage,
chicken lot, garden spot. Close
in. Phone 310. 5-3tc
FOR SALE—Satiley No. 15 cream
separator, Safety Hatch incuba-
tor, 110 to 120 egg size. Safety
Hatch brood 200 size, also refrig-
erator. All prided reasonable
Phone 1014, or 646 South Maple.
FOR SALE—Barred Rock egg* 50c
per setting. C. T. Bradshaw,
phone 904. May 10-c
FOR SALE—A few registered Jer-
sey cows, heifers and calves.
Phone 726. 28-tfc
S4I.E—White Leghorn baby
chicks, $15.00 per hundred*
place your order now. One mile
north, mile and one-half enst of
Nowata, or write P. 0. Box 343,
5 mer Slocter._ i mo.pd
FARM LAND FOR RENT—Have
good black farm land adjoining
Nowata city limits; will rent in 10.
«0. or 40 acre tracts at $2.50 per
acTe cash rent, all good rich plow
land has been under cultivation
several years. See Sam F Wil-
kinaon or phone 54 5_tfc
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