The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1921 Page: 1 of 10
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The Edmond Enterprise
$1.50 Per Year in Oklahoma County.
Published Every Thursday in the Interest of Edmond and Vicinity
$2.00 Per Year Outside Oklahoma County.
EDMOND, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1921
Miller New Captain C. of C. Banquet
Of Central Squad Foot Ball Squad
THE EDMOND STATE BANK
WE PAY 4 percent
Interest On Time
Deposits and Savings
E. A BENDER, Pre.,
G. H. FINK, V Pre..
H. W. GSANZOW. C
E E. GRIFFIN A« t. Cashiei
3hc (Eitisints National lank
of tftimmii. (Okla.
CAPITAL and SURPLUS S30,000.
A General Banking Busines:
Wn. Courtney; E. E. G-iffin; W. J. Huffman;
E. H. Jayne; H W. Granzow.
HOW DO YOU FEEL
: About Christmas Economy?
We would call your attention to many materials for
the making of pretty and useful gifts:
♦ Linens, Crashes, unbleached sheet-
♦ ings with the Cretonnes and beauti-
♦ ful French ginghams for trimming
for the popular fancy aprons, handkerchiefs and
caps. Handsome patterns of fleece for Kimonas,
dressing sacques and robes. Crepe De Chines, lin-
ens, Nainsooks and batistes for the dainty under-
wear. Crashes for towels, tubing for pillow cases
and new patterns in damasks for the table cloths.
Yarns in pretty bright colors for the caps and scarfs.
^ Silks galore for waists and dresses
Many other suggestions at your disposal
For The Asking
jForster & Jayne
Ernest "Buck" Miller, Cen- i
tral's right half in the season
just closed, has been elected cap-
tain for the foot ball team for;
1922. Kidd was selected as
manager of the team. In the
season just closed Miller has
played a wonderful game. He
is full of nerve and pep and is
in every way qualified to lead the
1921 champions to another ban-
The captain elect starred in
the game with Phillips when ne
took the ball in the center of the
field and plunged through to the
Phillips 10-yard line. Miller, be-
sides being a consistent player is
popular with the men and has
fthe old pep, nerve and fight nec-
| essary to lead any team.
All Regulars Return.
With every regular, including
| four all state men, returning for
j next season, Miller, with the
help of Coach Wantland, should
j be able to turn out another title
winning team. Retiring Cap-
; tain Williamson is the only man
" | who is uncertain of being in the
J 1922 lineup. Coach Wantland
▲ i said he had received several good
+ I offers to coach highschooi teams
♦ j but so far had not signed any
J i contract.
T j Eighteen men were awarded
^ | letters for their services this year
♦ | by Coach Wantland. Captain
♦ Miller, McAninch, Leforce, Kidd,
J House, Barton, Stutteville, Wild-
Z i man, Diffendaffer, F o r s y t h e,
▲ ! Braymer, Herndon, Williamson,
^ Courtney, Cox, Dennis, Williams,
♦ Miller and Bunch were the men
receiving the monogram.
Schedule To Be Still.
With a veteran tedm on hand,
officials are not going to let the
opportunity slip to match them
with schools in their class. The
Central tentative schedule in-
duces games with the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Ag-
gies, University of Arkansas,
Texas Christian University, Phil-
lips, Tulsa University, Oklaho-
ma Baptists and Southwestern
State Normal. Two more games
will be negotiated for later,
Program for Patrons
Club, December 12
Subject, "Athletics and Play."
Duett—Miss Gordon and Mr,
. Address—"The Value of Ath-
j letics in the High School," Mr.
; Club paper—Mrs. Jamieson.
i Address— "Supervised Hay,"
1 Miss Freeman.
j Round Table—"Athletioa arid
I play," leader, Mr. Farnham.
The Chamber of Commerce
gave a banquet, Monday evening
to Central State Teachers college
foot ball team, the winners of
the Oklahoma Intercollegiate
state championship. The ban-
quet was served in the basement
of the Christian church, by the
ladies of that church, who sup-
plied the wants of the inner man
in a most generous and efficient
Following the feast, speeches
were made by A. D. Dailey, John
G. Mitchell, Coach Ralph Myers,
Chas. W. Wantland, P. C. Slack.
John Williamson, retiring cap-
tain, Ernest "Buck" Miller,
Summy Kidd. In his address
Coach Wantland stated that Cen-
tral would have a much stronger
schedule next year, as perhaps
six games would be played with
teams in the Missouri Valley con-
ference, or teams of this charac-
ter. Ernest Miller, newly elect-
ed captain, stated that practi-
cally the entire squad would be
in school next year, which in-
sures a continuation of the pres-
ent strong aggregation. He also
said new players, from high
schools, were coming here, being
attracted by the splendid record
made by Central players this
E. C. Flesher, president of the
Chamber of Commerce, in his
usual most excellent and force-
ful manner, acted as toastmaster.
Following the speeches, those
present were escorted to the Gem
theatre, where they saw an in-
Surprise Party for Mrs.
Cowles Saturday Night,
One of the moat charming, as
well as one of the happiest affairs
of the season, was the surprise
birthday dinner given for Mrs.
C. B. Cowles to the members of
the F. F. E. and Rook clubs, of
which Mrs. Cowles is a member.
At a few minutes before seven
o'clock the guests arrived at the
Cowles home and sat in the dark
until the arrival of their victim,
when the lights were turned on.
She gracefully gave up and told
them the house was theirs', ,
The members of the two clubs
gave Mrs. Cowles a pair of can-
dle sticks, which were presented
by Mrs. G. C. Forster in a few
well chosen remarks, to which
Mrs. Cowles responded, and af-
terward the guests did ample
justioe to the delicious dinner
which had been planned and
prepared by Mrs. Behrman and
Mrs. Raymond Bender, ,assisted
by Mrs. Salzman.
An additional guest of the eve-
ning was Mrs. W. R. Williams.
Speaks of Near
Mrs. Fred Clark, field repre-
sentative for the Near East Re-J
lief, with headquarters at State
office, 312 Continonial building,
Oklahoma City, spoke in the'
high school and the grades on j
The school children Of the I
United State have made gener-
ous contributions to this great
work of feeding the starving
children of Armenia whose fath-
ers gave their lives in the allied
oause. Just reoently Philadelph-
ia schools contributed over $200,-
000, and Cleveland and Pittsburg
have set asiue a special day for
Near East Relief.
None of the horrors of the
massacres are told by the speak-
ers of the Near East relief. The
cry of a hungry child is the only
appeal made, and though Amer-
ica's children are unable, by per-
sonal experience to really enter
into the Armenian childrens'
suffering yet they feel tho u'ter
destitution whioh is over there,
deeply enough to want to help.
Miss Clark laid particular
stress, as did tho superintendent,
on the fact that the gift was to
be from the pupils and that ihe
parents were not to be soliotied,
but that each pupil pledging 5
cents or 10 oents, pay it by self
There is no food to be bought
at any price in that hunger-
stricken region. Money collect-
ed in America is spent in Amer-
ica for the food which will
keep alive the oldest chris-
tian nation, the toroh bearers
of civilization in that benighted
Moslem land. We are the life
line for Armenia. If we cut that
line the Armenian people will be
Help the Near East relief,
I. W. Rodkey has made a con-
tribution of ten sacks of flour of
140 pounds each, for this oause.
«' ' 'Ml
CACLE MILLING.COMnuft ■
1 cup sour milk or buttermilk
1-4 teaspoon soda
1-2 teaspoon salt
1 egg (beaten lightly)
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 tablespoon melted fat
1 teaspoon brown sugar
. 1 1-4 cups Rodkey's Best Flour
Holidays Will Soon be Over
YOU are THINKING of that HOME for next year.
See our Plans and Photographs
Minnetonka Lumber Company
"The Place of Pure Proucts"
Phone 19 R. C. GOSSETT, Mgr.
W. F. M. S.
The Womens' Foreign Mission-
ary Soctety meeting began a t
2:30 Wedneeday afternoon, Nov.
After the opening hymn and
j prayer, Mrs. Fleming read the
icripture lesson and gave a soul-
stirring talk on "'Our Duty."
j Then that grand old hymn, "O
Zion, Haste," was sung.
Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Schu-
j man gave reports of the national
W. F. M. S. Convention, which
] they attended at Wichita.
j Mrs. Nettie Ohnsman Faris
| conduoted the ABC Dary class
j in a very interesting manner,
j Mrs. Mary Barrett Smith is to
I conduct the olass next time.
' It is to be hoped that the at-
tendance at the Dec. meeting
on the fifth Wednesday, will be
as large as that of the Oot. and
Mrs. Stone Entertains
The P. F. E. Club.
Mr*. S. N. S one entertained
the members of the F. F. E.
olub in her home, last Tnursday
The attractive new home of Dr.
and Mrs. Stone was m.ioh ad-
mired by the guests. The color
scheme in all the rooms on the
lower floor is blue. The break-
fast room is particularly charm-
ing, having for its predominat-
ing feature a border in Japanese
design which was done by Arth-
thur Van Arsdale; a screen in
the living room was also the
work of the same talented artist.
At the close of the afternoon a
delioious luncheon was served by
the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Rodkey and Mrs. I.utman.
The next meeting of the olub
will be with Mrs. Dailey.
Phone 358 for plumbing. J.
N. Shaefer. 20-tf
Sift dry ingredients—add beaten egg to milk—stir in
dry materials and melted fat. Beat. Put in pitcher.
Pour on hot greased griddle and bake.
HAVE YOU tried Rodkey's Best Flour? If not, let us sug-
gest that you do so the next time you bake. Rodkey's is
GUARANTEED to please you —there's no risk to take at all.
And, we are almost certain that you will LIKE Rodkey's better
than any other flour you ever used. Rodkey's superior quality has
created a real sensation among women who bake. Women told
women, 'till thousands flocked to this super-milled, djuble-test
flour. No matter what it is you are baking—"Bake It With
RODKEY'S." It's milled for an all-purpose flour. Ask your
grocer for RODKEY'S Best FLOUR.
agle JMUlhrig Co.
The members of Edmond lodge
No. 37, A. F. A, M., haa an
interesting session Friday night.
There was work in the third de-
gree, after whioh there was an
oyster supper, followed by a
number of interesting speeches,
The officers eleoted for the
ooming year are as follows:
W. M — Herman Larson.
S. W.—H. L. Griffin.
J. W. — Hrot. Otto.
Secretary—W. G. Himes.
Treasurer—G. H. Fink.
MILLERS in Oklahoma since 1894,
"GIFTS THAT LAST"
I N GIVING presents you want to give something
■ That Your Friends will be Able to Keep.
The Jewelry Line is full of good gifts
that will last for years. Why not give Jewelry as
presents? Yor would not want to get along without
watches, clocks, watch chain, fountain pens, china and
silverware. So think of Jewelry the next time you
buy gifts. Let us help you.
Arnetts Jewelry Store
The Oklahoma County Poultry
Federation has now practically
completed all arrangements for
the show, to be held during the
holiduys. Most of the enterpris-
ing business men are offering
special prizBS on best pens of
chickens, as well as contributing
to the expense of the show. So
everybody who has birds worth
while at all are urged to enter
them and make the show more
interesting. Help to enoourage
the boys and girls all you oan.
Let's show the "better oities"
judges that edmond can still do
things. Look at the premium
list and other announcements
that will be published next week.
If you want to get good serv-
ice, courteous treatment and full
measure at the lowest cost, just
trade at Quality Grocery. 42-tf
Agents Wanted: —Live agents
wanted to handle city trade for j
the genuine Watkins Products ]
A real opportunity. Write today
for free sample and particulars.
J. R. Watking Co., Dept. 71, Wi-
nona, Minn. 45-2t
One and One-Half Tons-3,000
Pounds Christmas Candy
We caught a candy manufacturer need-
ing money. He said: "If you will use
1 1-2 tons I will make you a price so you
can sell it for less than the wholesaler
asks for it." So we will have the Can-
dy here for you.
We want to figure with every Church
and School in the county, as we will
surely save you money on CAr^DY,
NUTS, APPLES and FRUIT.
Squ are Deal Grocery
Phone 2 -Phone 56
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Adamson, Royce B. The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1921, newspaper, December 8, 1921; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc141751/m1/1/: accessed December 11, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.