Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 136, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 26, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DRUMRIGHT DERRICK
Flora Dora Girls
SIXTEEN" PEOPLE—BIG BEAUTY CHORUS
"The Green Widow"
SOMETHING NEW—WORTHWHILE—NEW SONGS—NEW
'SONG NUMBERS BY BESSIE BROWN. DAVE BROWN, BERT
BOWERS. FRANK M CHRISTIE, HARMONY QUARTETTE,
DE LEON A DORVA AND THE BIG, BIFF-BANG BEAUTY
THt'tlSf)AV—Chorus Girls' Contest _ '
On the Screen:
"Their Seaside Tangle"
Green Eyes and Bullets"'
Foro Educational—"A Trip to Richmond, \ a '
Greater Yitaeraph Blue Ribbon
' "The Song o! a Soul'
j The Story of a Woman's Shattered Soul Healed by the Balm of
Love and Devotion
A Keystone Comedy
"HIS MISGUIDED PASSION"
|S AT THE THEATERS *
There will be pictures only at the
Folly tonight. The admisiaon is five j
cents to any part of the house. An
O*Henry story in three parts, •"The
Skylit Room.** and a comedy, "The j
General." will be shown. A big an-
sjcal comedy company is hooked to«'
opened at tais theater Friday.
For the benefit of thos* who were
unable to get to the Idle Hour yes-
terday, the big William Fox million-
dollar spectacle* "A Daughter of the
Gods,' with Annette Keliermann. the
beautiful, will be held over and is
presented ior the last time tonight,
j disease. 3: died of airplane accident,
notices claim for it and it quite the
highest thing which has been seen on
the screen here this year. It's lav-
ishly and beautifully staged and you
Icanont afford to overl<>ok the oppor-
I:unity of seeing this mammoth pro-
duction Last presentations tonight.
A Greater Vitagraph, Blue Ribbon
| feature, the leading attraction at
the Liberty todav. Albert E. Smith
presents Alice Joyce, one of the best
of the Standard film artists of the
day. in "The Song of a Soul." It's
a standard production and a power-
filly built p!?y along unusual lines.
Briefly it *s the story of a weman's
shattered soul healed by the balm of
love and affection. It is one of the
Liost appealing plays of this character
mhich has been seen here for some
time. In addition to the feature a
Keystone comedy will be presented.
$10 to $20
! FIVE CENTS
Any Pari ol the House
An O'Henry Story
| "The Skylit Room"
' "The General"—A Comedy
open to public
bath—hot and cold
new beds, cool rooms
Cor, Broalwav and Virginia
The r ora Dora Girls company is j
presenting a line of play* at the j
Strand theat.r this week that are j
worth while sno vri'l rcmpare favor- •
abJy with sonic o: .he higher priced
^hows. The singin. is all that could
be desired ar.d the dancing is excel-
lent. The members are becoming fa-
vorites wi.h the audiences and the
specialties ,irtro .'need arc received
with much .%pp'.aare. Tonight the com-
pany will present one of Broadway's
latest succef.'es entitled ''The Green
Widow/* condense J to tabloid form
Many of the original singing num-
b«ts will be introduced and special
scenery and electrical effects will b«*
utilize.d Dol'y Davis, the lively lit-
tle singing eoubrette, will play the
*.itle role in "The Green Widow,*'!
iJescie Brown, her chum, Nannie;!
Have Br w- . the college chap in love. I
and Frank M. Christie and Bert Bow- j
its will be seen as the two rich dad-1
dies. Thursday night the company j
will ttage the churns tirls* contest
which menus lot* of fun and "on Fri- j
day night there will be a fone review
presented. On the screen tonight
i Manager Al ier will present an ex-
ceptionally large p-ogram, ;ncluding
"Their Seaside Tangle,** ".Green
| ttyes and Bullets," two Christie ccm-
c ies, and a I>rd elicational fllrr
i showing sc. nes in Richmond, Va
O'Dell & Stephen:
"The Men's Store''
Phone 53 Drumright
You Will Be
GIVF COMFORT BAGS TO
LOCAL BOYS WHO LEFT
FOR CAMP THIS MORNING
Six locai hoys who left today for
Sapulpa to entrain there for training
camp, were seen at the Santa Fe sta-
i tion by Mr. . I tell, president of the
local W C T i\. and giver, ccmfort
Lags. These bags are much sppre-
j iated by the boy*. These leaving
: today included George Maddox.' |
Honey, Wolf and Maretis Eawsrd-
The latter goe* to Austin. Texas,
j \ here he enters on a course of train-
i ing in aviation, taking the field in
' September. *
I The locai \\ C. T. U. will endeavor!
to supply all the boys leaving here1
i Tor camp with comfort bags which
U-ontain a New Testament, repair
; kits, scissors, needles, etc. The de- •
raand is greater than the supply and
all thos ewishing to contribute may
do so to Mrs. Itell at the Red Cross
j workroom in city hall. Anyone wish-
ing to make an individual gift to!
, a boy leaving foi the front may have
| the cift placed in the comfort bap '
which will b egiven him by leaving it
with Mrs. Itell.
Mrs. F. A. Ruby of Gagely. Texas, j
and M ss Orrie Dille of Vermillion.
Kan., are visitine the.r sister. Mrs.
Larl Andersor-, this meek.
FOR SALE—New roll top desk and
chair; price $25 for quick sale.
Over B rase is drug store. 136-3t
LOST—Somewhere on Broadway or
Jones, black knitting bag contain-'
ing Larkin products and 75 cents in
silver. Please return to Mrs. S. D.
Shaffer. Reward. IS6-3t
WANTED—Waitresses. Apply at
Cafe Rooerts, Thursday morning.
If You Persist in Throwing
Papers and Trash into the
YOU MUST OBEY
The City Ordinance covering the proper Dispo-
sition of waste paper, boxes, debris of all kinds.
Place All Waste in Proper Receptacles
Prosecution will surely follow if you do not
obey this order to the Letter.
THIS MEANS EVERYBODY
W. E. NICODEMUS,
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 136, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 26, 1918, newspaper, June 26, 1918; Drumright, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc148503/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.