The Wapanucka Press (Wapanucka, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, March 18, 1921 Page: 1 of 7
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WAPANUCKA. JOHNSTON COUNTY, OKLAHOriA. MARCH 18, i 2
A Tip From
The M. D,
To properly compound a Prescription is as essential
as to Prescribe. The relation of the Doctor to the
Patient is Vital. The Dependence of the Doctor on
the Druggist is Vital. Think it over. Ask ycur
Doctor about U;
'• ""V"IT"® — — * rT^TW
\j ito B* tf
Are you trouble.! by having your money burn a
hole in your pocket? That is a common fault of
money. Jf you have your money in the bank,
whether it be much or little, it will not burn any
holes and it will be there when you need .it.
Money carried on the person is a temptation to
spending. Money in the bank does not offer this
temptation. You may hesitate before writing a
' check where you would not hesitate to spend if yon
had the money with you.
We offer you the advantage of our banking fa-
cilities and invite you to open a checking ac-
count with us.
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK
WM, M. DUNN, Pres, 8. L. BARNES, Vice Pres.
J, 0. SURRELL, Cashier.
P<!s;nrat Laymen and Women
with Missionary of the Philadel-
pliia Ass ociation, will conduct an
j Evangelistic Campaign of vvin-
I uing souls to Cnrist, enlistment
and enlightenment in Christian
work and servire.
All the pastors of the churches
are expected to be in all the serr-
vices, assisted by prominent ay-
men and. Women Workees ot the
Places and Dates.
Russett, Friday and Saturday,
March 18 and ]9.
Bromide. 11 a. m.. 7:30 p. m.,
Sunday, March 20.
Wapanucka, 11 a, m., 7:30 p. m.
Sunday, March 20.
Milburn, Monday and Tuesday
March 21 and 22.
Prof. Crump, assistant in edu-
cations! survey work in the stut ;
and Dr. Phekn. head of the /) --
p^rtment of Education in, th-
Oklahoma State University! di-
rector of the Educational Survey
of the State, were visitors in
Wapanucka Wednesday of this
week, for the purpose of making
an educational survey of the Wa-
panucka Public Schools. This
work is different from the High
School Inspector's work, in that
Freshmen were impersonated, m
The feet of the Freshmen—shoes IfJ
on—were measured rogefanin- ff
telligence tesr. Elizabeth v,v,;.
vernon was secon.l and Novella
Smith was firs:. Trean.an Hop-
per was the expert who took!
This social was in honor of the
class—Freshmen—., ho r.-,lC the
most season tieiceis last" full.
Pocahontas Surrell having the
greatest number of sales.
J. L. G.
SJop ! Come ! Listen!
Sunday, 6;30 p. m.
The Christian Endeavor Soci-,
ety of Wapanucka will have as |camPs were in favor of W
Fmptt- Tupc^qw Qrij ti? . , :<"1U aoiuiy oi tne board of Edu- wpeneuces as iaev naopenec! in
March 1-23 Wednesday i cation and the patrons of the! ^laska. the land of snow and ice.!
Tishomingo," Wednesday and schools- Ifc. includes also, the . We are very fortunate indeed
Tishomingo, Wednesday and
Thursday, March 23-24. regular routine of the day's work
Ravia, Thursday and Friday, ^he supervision, sanitary condi-
Mar -'i 24-25. tions, play-ground equipment,
Remember—The services will athletic work, adequacy of build-
begin on the night of the first ings and everything which are a
£5 wCn"ckaeXCePt Bromid«P-t of an adequate school sys-
Where practical, day services ™ort what the
, .. , , Mrs, Jamison visited her form-
ic will be held following first ni^h: lfcpor WI" advise, but we feeler home at Enterprise, the latter
til service. sure that conditions .could be far part of last we?k. Ukinr ait--:-
intprior tn whaf ^.u • ™ .
' ■ . h Bui.mia:; onventfon
o: ] '''■■■ W. (.), W met at Enid.
Ck,;< , March 8th and S.h, with
i A. L. Leecraft, C. (' . presiding.
There-.vera 344 dtleg , tea from
J Ok'ahttniu camps pn se it, with a
iarge number of visum s. None
1 of tjie Supreme Camp officers
were pre-enr, A most harmon
j nious rneer ing was he!d. Ave
Vl aLi fs'Ken to ascertain how many
Frasier and the new r^tes The
■vote was ?gains: Fiasier and the
B Tourist, GovernorSv.ineford ■ ne,v ra'e Dur Sovtr.ign dele-
A Farmer, Octavius Bariow. j^ate was instructed u> .« te
A hunter, Valdes Thlingit against it in the S. vereign Con-
A fisherman, Mooavia Anik. vention.
These people will give their J following officers were
Edu- experiences as thev happened in elected for the ensuing two years
0. H. Searey, Head Consgi.
D. F. Streeter, Adviser,
0. W. York, Banker,
i" R. B. Vanzant, Clerk.
J. S. Hancock, Escort.
C. h Messenger, n'ttchman.
H. B. Creed, S-nny.
Sovereign Camp Deierates—
W. M Ftanklin, E. K. Le=*ier.
j A. Fc(5c, Tom Baaui, Fred H
rw " v/i m liicXl | 1 *" " * '— oo
j educational tests are made in the! their guests this week some very
I former; tests of pupils intelli- j Prominent Deople from Alaska,
jgence and progress and ability' " m
j of superintendent, teacher and,1
pupils; and it investigates the1
j conditions of the spiritual and
financial support and interest
and ability of the Board of
in securihg those prominent vis-
itors and you sh >uld not miss
the opportunity of Hearing them
A cor.dial welcome is extended
to every one
Christian Endeavor Reporter.
Ours is a
Where you can always find al-
most anything you may need in
Dry Goods Groceries
Shoes, Hats, Clothing:.
We pay the highest price for pro-
duce, and sell what you need at
the Lowest Prices at which good
flerchandise can be sold.
Hammond & Co.
The np.vt in
win he heid
_ . • •• • , . , t ui laoL WCt-IV, 1< 'U. 11
Dinner served at church at inferior to what they are in the affairs on the farm and visiting in Ardmore in March 19*n
day services would be helpful Wapanucka schools. We are!friends. T F Holl'iday Deleeate
socially and otherwise. j proud of the thought, .that tak- ' tl0lllaay• Uele«ate-
Tlese services will all be help- , ing our financial ability in con-1 ~
t^r^?eh|eThevea;lrprepa^ Sid"afti0"' ^panucka wi,l com-,
to attend and help to bring a pare fav°rabiy with other good
blessing to your community. schools.
Committee, i 0ur debating team, David Wal-
. lace, Ezzie Lee Maples and Lau-
Last we gave an account of r,fn<?e ®ou't* W1" ^ave to meet
the plans that have been made Tecumseh team at Tecumseh
for the construction of the hard- ,on the 2oth of this month. Te-
fl\ | surfaced roads in Johnston cumseh will have the ohoice of
; ter its unfairness is very evi- ^eam cou'd have held the debtte
ff) (dent. As will be seen the route here again, but preferred to go
ff) ; for which the contract has been there this time. We shall have
j let, does not get more than nine the pleasure of meetrng three
; ™'the "couSra't1"'rtilS15'°u"g ladies thc >hia
J' [ point, and leaves about twentv nme
'V j miles of territory acro s the The Wapanucka basket ball
l}\ county with nothing, and yet team of boys and girls defeated
compelled BJomide teams last Thursday
IJJ; lien, in the plan of the roads as The °"d lasJ of th<- «a-
•J' voted for in the road bond elec- 8on wl" "e *"e boys' game today
!f« I tion this territory was taken tare against Mannsville. It will de-
(W of- , We believe tnat our people cide the championship of the
lj\ | ought to demand that their in- high schools.
terests be protected and their .• _ rv, • D,
rights under the terms of the Christine Piummer will
,'^iiia uujcr luc iciun KJI tiic , , .
bond issue be recognized. We render her P'ay with high school
'V I possibly might not get anything students next week sometime
lf\ | but it is worth the etYort.
She .was in Durant last Friday to
assist in giving the play at the
Oklahoma Presbyterian College.
Last Friday night, at the High
School, the "Freshies" were en-
tertained by the "Upper Class-
men" of the High School. The
auditorium of the new building
Just as we are ready to go wasdecor}lted in the appropriate
which indicates the
| to press the news is received !Lrefen whlcJ
Sfi thQf rio^o c v,;fu 1 mature minds ot the Freshman
4.u„4. ni a -i.1. u , mature minus ot the Freshmai
that Clara Smith charged pupil, The fifty some odd Fresh-
with the muiper of Jake Ha- i is brought th'ir spoons arfd sat>
mon was acquitted. The cers, but in place of the frozen
jury was out only 39 min- sweets, cand and sandwiches
utes and but one ballot was .v[er® served; Don Williamson of
tQunM the benior Class piesided. Fac
iaKen* ulty stunts were put on and
One-third of the Directors
of every Federal reserve bank represents in-
dustry, commerce and agriculture, for whose
benefit the Federal Reserve system was mainly
created. Through them our business men may
feel assured that their point of view is rep-
resented in the management of our Federal
The larger the system the greater will be its
benefits to business men. You can directly in-
crease its resources by depositing your money
with us, since for your protection we keep on
deposit with our Federal reserve bank a part of
every depositor's balance with us.
Are you doing your share
in supporting your system ?
The First National Bank,
George C. Houck, Pres. J. E. Walton, Vice P"f8
T. A. Bryan. Vice Pres. H. C. Breedlove Cashier
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Grant, W. S. The Wapanucka Press (Wapanucka, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, March 18, 1921, newspaper, March 18, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc136642/m1/1/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.