The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1913 Page: 1 of 6
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The Edmond Enterprise
Published Every Thursday in the Interest of Edmond and Vicinih
One Dollar Per Year
edmond, oklahoma, thursday
Program of Public School
W. s. PATTEN. Pwa*
M. ANGLEA. Cashier
w HOWARD, Viob-Pres.
H. PROFFITT. Asst. Cash.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Edmond, Oklahoma.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $30,000 00
J. W. Howard,
J. M. Anglea,
C. J. Patten,
I. W. Rodkey, J. M. Angloa, John Pfaff. ^
Watch For Announcement
The Watchword of the Housewife.
Friday, May 'Jad, al 1:30
On Frida^ afternoon, May 23d
promptly at 1:30 at the Metho-
dist church, will be held the an-
nual commencement exercise? by
the grades. All are cordially in-
vited to bo present.
Friday afternoon's program is
Invocation, Rev. Oglevee.
Rainbow exercises, Miss Liv-
Recitation, Miss Coyner's
Pandora, a play. Miss Iliatt's
Butterfly drill, Miss Bryant's
Song and drill, Mrs. Specht's
i Daisy Drill, MissMeek's grade.
Song and drill. Miss I'igg's
j Recitation, Miss Fraim's grade
Hiatt & Howard
Vocal duett, Prof. MoAninoh's
Song and Recitation, Mrs. Har-
Girls' quartet, Miss Garrett's
Benediction, Rev, Hazard.
Friday, May 23d. S:i>u P. M
The graduating exercises will
j be held at 8:00 p. m., Friday,
May 23d. Friday evening's pro-
| gram is as follows: v-jr#*
Processional march, Mrs, F,
| Invocation, Rev. Stiles.
| Song, Congregation.
Oration. Salutatory, Anna Lou I Hall.
Adams, Mrs. Clara
Adamson D. C.
Ambler. Mrs. Amy
Banes. L. A.
Black. E. H.
Bridges, J. W.
Corbin, D. C.
Crossman, John c.
Cormary. Joseph Irl
Carter, C. C.
Davis, B. W.
Davis Hughes V.
Hayes. J H
Jacobs, Mrs. Laura
McCatthy, Hart iette
Prudhom. Mrs. Myrtle
Quinby. Mae f.
Shakiec. Ethel Ada
Snook. D. W.
Wooden. e. A.
Wooden, Mrs. E A.
Wilson, Lilian Alice
Wolverton. Verle L.
Welch. Mrs. W. H.
Williams. J. Lucille
Miss Larson of Chickasha is
spending the weekend with Miss
Mitchel of the History depart
Professor Jamieson of the bi-
ology department delivered the
graduating address at Meeker
last Wednesday night.
The parents and other rela-
tives of the Senior Class will be
at home to the class Saturday
night at the Domestic Science
year into a love feast Wednesday
The club attended the recital
of Miss Ruth Mayall at assembly
hall and from there they went to
the Redding Confectionery
where a dainty luncheon was
served. One feature of the ev-
ening were speeches by Pres.
Evans, Mrs. Thornton, Misses
Borden, McClain, Ambrister,
Jamieson, Prof. Oakes and Mrs,
Estill. Miss Cruce presided and
her introductions of the speakers
were witty and charming.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS. MATTINGS, WALL
PAPER, SHADES, FUNERAL SUPPLIES.
The Seniors presented a pleas-
ing three act vaudeville "The
101 Show" Tuesday night in as-
sembly hall for the benefit of
the Bronze Book. Under the di-
rection of Mrs. Estill, who is a
power in whatsoever she under-
takes and especially in the dram-
The Shakespearegiriswii1 pre-|atic world, this wo* was plan-
ned and staged in one day. The
chief features were a negro min-
strel, cowpunchers and side \
Messrs. Mock, Nash, Lay,
Lewis, Fancher. and King all
old Central boys, are in Edmund
to attend the commencement ex-
ercises this week.
and Miss Daniels.
Presentation of diplomas, Mr.
H. B. Alden.
Benediction, Rev. L. W. Marks,
All kinds of
BATES FELL) STCSC.
E. A Bender, President.
G. H. Fink. Vice-Pres.
H. W. Granzow, Cashier.
E. E. Griffin, Asst. Cashier.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
OF EDMOND. OKLAHOMA
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
E. A. Bender VVm. Courtney E. E
W. J. Huffman G. H. Fink E. H. Jayne H.
Vocal duett, M.sses Byrd and
Oration, Class Prophesy, Lot-
Commencement song, Class,
Oration, Valedictory, Mabel Fi-
Instrumental solo, Latha Dan- sent "Twelfth Night" this even-
ing in assembly hall. Those who
I "ben-6"' ati^resa' 'Jro'' know the excellent work done by
' ' dy. ... _ | this club anticipate a pleasing
Instrumental duett, Miss Grey | production of thi, „|ay.
Assembly Wednesday morning
1 The Shakespeare and Arena marked another step in President!
! clubs went to Oklahoma City last Evans plans in relating the
1 Monday afternoon on a picnic, world of art and music with
; Alter a delightful supper in i every day life. A class from the
! Wheeler Park the party visited : fifth grade of the model school,
! Picture, shows in the City. | un(]er the direction of one of the
_ „ , , , student teachers, apppeared on
i 1 w? 01 Centra! 8 .buoy* ha,ve 0t> ! the platform and <|:*cik«-.I, in a
itained positions m chickasha fo' ifr^ and child|iko nianner Uu,
; next year. 1 hey are, Mr. black : famous picture "The Young
who.will be principal of one; Musician" whicil was on an easel
jof the ward schoods and Mr. Gee before them. t|)is fo|iuWed
who will ,*• athletic director of j,,, a IV, ra Ha- I
j the high school. the victroh I he second 1 if of
the model school Droeram una a
; Miss Bess Wantland of Pu.vell! cak.sthenjc drill um,( ,
is visiting her sisters, M,-s,, rpctilin M(.. Tr; , to tl
Lucy and Stella Wantland and mixi,. ,■ , ,
! her brother. Coach Chas. Want-1 Sent Fvat (>f ' "" T,
i usident fcvan.s then :■ d 11 •.
land. Al,, Wantlano ,s an famoils ,.la ic. M. („
I alumni of th- C. S. N. She «•„; ,;a,.da- and lllad„ . , jL£
.spend the commencement season lion of the message to the stu-1
dents in his usual graphic style.
Vernon D. Petree.
Anna Lou Pigg.
Anna Mary Poage.
Alice C. Robertson.
For ihe Weak and Nei i
Miss Clara Smith gave a i
al last Monday night in the
sembly hall Miss Smith's in- —
terpretation and execution wen Tired-out, - *ak, nerv■ <:is meo
excellent and C. S. N. music an<l women would feel ambitious,
lovers realized that through Miss energetic, full of life and always
Brown another artist of much have a jrood appetite, if they
promise has been developed. would do the sensible thing for
health—take Electric Bitters-
'ss Marguerite Brown pre- i Nothing better for the stomach
. sented Miss Ruth Mayall in gracf- liver or kidney- Thousands
Needlecraft Club uatftig recital last Wednesday say they owe their lives to this
night in the Assembly hall, vonderful home remedy. Mrs.
1 he needlecraft Club was de- ^'1SS Ma\ all has long been known . 0. Rhinevault, of \ stal Center
lightfully entertained Thursday as one of Central's most talented < Y., says; "1 regard Electric
Bitters as one of the greatest of.
afternoon at the home of Mrs. daughters in music and her re-
Potts. The special guests of the i0'13' Wednesday night won for
Club were. Mrs. J. Weisenbach, her even a broader admiration
Read f he Enterprise
and Miss Weisenbach. Mrs. W.
J. Potts, Mrs. Payne and Mrs.
Armstrong. Dainty and de-
licious refreshments were served.
than ever before.
The Criterian Club converted
its last regular meeting of the
gitta. lean never forget what I
it has done for me." Get a bot-1
tie yourself and see what a dif-1
ference it will make in your!
health. Only 50c and $1. Rec-
ommended b> Hiatt & Howard.
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Adamson, J. C. The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1913, newspaper, May 15, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc139823/m1/1/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.