County Democrat-News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1923 Page: 5 of 8
Jak« Hcott return*-*) from ftripio
Sundajr with * car foil of wild duck*
ha had hatred.
Mr* Mirhnar •pant tha lattar part
af tha woak in Kaniiaa Citjr, return
Mim Rohiaon of Morria (pant Sun-
day with Mina Maria Cook
Miaa Delphi* MeKiddy accompan
iad har mother to Oklahoma City last
waak fr*»m which place Mrs fuller
want on to Watoiufs
Mr and Mrs Ruaaall Lm an<j
daughter. Patricia. r*f Tulaa, ware
waak and *ue»U of Mr. and Mm.
Mr. ami Mr« Gsorj-n Rnboff were
Tulaa eiaitor* Friday.
Mr and Mr* II C. Crew*, form
*rly of Mound*, now of Wvlmtka,
have sent friend* in Mounds announce-
ments of the advent of a Sahy hoy
whom they named
horn Nov. 9,
Mr. and Mm. L M. Hendershot are
the proud parents of a baby yirl born
Mr and Mrs. Boh Jackson have a
hahy, horn recently.
Mrs. S. K. Parrish attended the
teacher*’ meeting at Tulsa last fri-l
Mrs. I,. G Michner was a Tulsa
Mr and Mrs. H A McCarrick and|
'laughter. Martha Joy. were in Tulsa
Mesdame* William Fvans and S.
K Parrish were Kiefer visitors Sat-
Mr and Mrs S F Parriah and Mr
and Mrs. Hilliam Fvans were Kiefer
Mr Willard of Tulsa was here Sat-
Della Overturf fell last Thursday
night in a practice basketball game
COLNTY DEMOCRAT NEWS. THI KsPAV. NOVEMBER 15. 1923
and hurt h*r arm rather seriously.
Mm. J J. Sisson will entertain the
Thimble Bee Thursday of this week.
Charles Srhlicter of Tulsa visited
hi* mother. Mm. Schlichter Hurvfay,
Mr. Day of Oklahoma (Tty was
Mm. R. L Porter attended the
teacher’* meeting in Tulsa last week.
Mm. nine. Mound’s teacher, liv-
ing in Sapulpa report* that her car
was stolen Sunday.
Ode Petty was a Sapulpa visitor
Mjs* Delpha Mr 'Kiddy reports that
her mother, Mrs fuller, mad* the
trip to Watonga very well.
Mr* Kthe| I,ee of Skiatook and Mm
Willie R-r;gan of Slick were Mounds
viaitors last Wednesday.
Arthur Wilson is working near
M!*ses Betty role and fllen Nolen
attended the teachers’ meeting in
Tulsa last week.
John Herman, nephew of Mrs. Art
Johnson, with his wife and daughter,
Virginia, visited in the Art Johnston
home last week.
Mr. and Mr* Art Johnston, Mr*
A M Smoot. Mr* J. P Rhodes ami
Mis. Betty Driver heard the opera
■ Madame Butterfly" at the Hippo-
drome in Okmulgee Monday night
I Mr. and Mr*. Dick Herndon of Ok-
mulgee .pent Sunday with Mr and
.Mrs J P. Rhode*.
Mis* Thelma Weaver a regain of
Mr* J P Rhodes, came Wednesday
and visited with Mrs Rhode* until
i Mr* L f. Hill of Henryetta is vis-
iting Mounds relatives this week.
Mr* A M. Smoot entertained the
Tuesday Bridge club Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs Msthi.s Rucker and
daughter, flodetl. visited Mr and
1 Mrs. Hill of Henryetta Sunday.
Mesdame* f. A. Hen.haw. J p
Rhode* and Mis* Thelma Weaver were
in Knpulpa Saturday
Mm. H H Bilbro was hostess Fri-
day afternoon to the Friday Bridge
rlub arwi^ quests. The rooms were
prettily decorated with rose bud* and
Chrysanthemum* Mis* Mollie Brown
won high score, Mi*a Maurin* rhil-
ton guest score and Mrs Park Powell
consolation. A two-course luncheon
Guy Truitt's father and mother of
Sapulpa visited in tha Truitt home
The Community church now has a
new pastor. Rev, Buchaman
Mr and Mrs Tom Glover have
moved into Mr ’ |„ McKerracber’,
Rev. McConnell will ba sent to
Arkansas this ysar. It la reported.
A cnllectio of old clothe, will soon
he taken up In Mounds to he sent to
the Japanese The W C T. tl. will
have rharge of the drive.
The id of the Christian church met
*1 the home of Mrs. J. Q. Morris*
Thursday to prepare for the bazaar.
Mr* A W Deal returned from her
visit to lllinm* Monday.
Mr and Mrs. I/jrn Berry hill have
a baby son. born Tue»day morning
Mrs Fay Terry and Mrs. Graham
of Slick came Monday to visit over-
night with Mm. F Deal. Mm. Terry's
A .bower was given Mrs Brows
Monday evening at her home Shs
received many nice things. Mrs f.
f**al arranged the shower Coke and
hot chocolate were served
“Guess I’m an Indian river”
”1 gave my gtrl a bo* of lip rougs
and I got it all back when she thank-
ed me for it.”
Place your order now with the
Quality Print Shop f„r your Christ-
t UTZIILLH SUE
^ ■ Wednesday and Thurs. Nov. 21-22
Each Article Making a Beautiful Christmas Gift
Make gour .election of the,e wonderful bargain, and be on hand early for they can la.t tong
Beautiful Picture, covered by
glass, mahogany frame, Wed-
nesday anti Thursday
A hoy or girl doll dressed, and
il talk*; a real doll and a real
'alue, Wednesday & Thursday
New oblong *t\le kifh riHim or
hall mirror with picture at top,
gilt frame; make* a lie.iutiful
f hnstma* gift, W edneviay and
I .ailtes high top shoe*, odd
*i/e*. Wednesday and Thur*-
tlay per jiair
MW lot while kid gloves; val-
ue* up to $1.00; your choice
Wednesday and Thursday, jar
6 cake* of Woodbury S«*ap.
Wednesday snd Thursday, 6
Ladies Outing Gowns
Made of extra good outing,
full mode, while and fancy
Mripea. Wednesday anti Thurs-
S«»me plain and floral color*,
full and well made. Wed-
nr^lay and 7 hur^lay, ctrh
I able Damask
• 2 i rtf he* wide, solid white
amt floral strifw*. Our regu-
lar $1.25 and $1.50 value;
Wednesday and Thursday, yd.
12 in a hot. W ednesday ami
Thursday, two hole*
ladies wmd hose. Mack ant
brown; sue 81 ^xlO; a real
value. W edneuday and Tliurs-
Solid color, pink and blue,
crepe kiniona. Wednesday anti
Bungalow percale apron*, new
•prmg models. Wednesday &
Felt House Slippers
Blum make; all wool, ribbon
trimmed, 10 different rtylrs,
Wednesday and Thunday, per
A beautiful bo* of writing pa-
per with gilt card*. Making
some one an appreciated gift.
Wednesday and Thursday per
Polychrome candle sticks
and fruit howl* to match. Each
candle stick anti howl Wednes-
day and Thursday, each
Ben Hur Toilet W ater
Wednesday, [>er bottle
Stevens pure linen crash;
Stevens brown linen crash
toweling; he*j crash made.
Wednesday and Thursday, 5
One lot of odd sue corset*.
W tslnesday anti Thursday each
Boys rihlied heavy fleeced
lined union suits; si/e 4 to 12,
our regular $1.50 value Wed-
nesday and Thursday
Silver Paterl Candle
Making a gift that's sure R. be
appreciated. Wednesday and
Indies fleeced lined union
suits, lairig, short or no sleeve,
ankle or knee length; si/e 34
to 44. Wednesday anti Thurv
day, per suit
Wax artificial fruit. 12 pieces
iu a box. Every piece differ-
ent. Beautiful decoration for
fruit Isiwls. Wednesday and
$2 inches wide, all wool,
•ponged and shrunk, g* n *d
quality; navy and black.
Wednesday and Thursday, per
I dirge Pictures
with beautiful and noted sub-
jects, beautiful gilt frames,
frame* alone co-t more. Wed-
nesday and Thursday
Black sateen, fine soft gmde,
•Vi inches wide, W rdnmday &
Thursday, 3 yards for
Silver Plated Flower
7 oil must see them to re.ilt/r
thnr value*. Wr<fnrw4lay, oadi
I lire 1 men buck towels, fancy
border, Wednesday and Thurs-
Satten Princess SlijFs,
made of g(Mxl grade
sateen; W ednesday,
Model your own figure with a
model Brassier; our regular
$1.50 and $1.25 Model bras-
siejes, Wednesday and Thurs-
W riling Pu|»er
4 boxes of writing paper and
envelopes; a real bargain.
Wednesday and Thur*dav, 4
lilies’ Muslin Gowns
Six different styles, trimmed
in lace and made of nice nain-
soi4. Wednesday and Thurs-
12 inch round lace trimmed
unch cloths, Wednesday, each
Two toned ribbed stripped,
black and brown; size MS to
10. Wednesiiay and Thurs-
day, 2 pair for
Jap Rose Soap
16 cakes of Jap Rose soap.
Each cake in paper box. Well-
nesdav and Thursday, 16
Bath Towel S*t*>
l-arge towel, small towel and
wa*h cloth, all in a lieautitul
hox for a Chrisftnas gift. W .-d-
nesday ami Thursday per Mix
Comer Dewey and Park
Katz Dept. Store
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Scaggs, E. M. County Democrat-News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1923, newspaper, November 15, 1923; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1470570/m1/5/ocr/: accessed January 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.