Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 93, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 26, 1922 Page: 3 of 6
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TIT., DAY. sn'TEMr.F.R 20. 1922
Women's Page j
Paper Dichct Convenient—
Print Paper Should No',
be Used to Wran.
Something New in Earrings
1I1K Of the c
must be ••put
cd ut lion <• i <
In either <
U conhldc r« I
npp't i/.im •;
which a i n
lot hers ar - think
•s lunches which
i carry, or prepui
i'iy tilings must
• oda ]
hr must lit* attri
! contain those
x-esnnry to keeji
in good health,
sider first, the
•urry it, it
which must i;e
is too elaborate,
iiim. So if
at almost all
l<et ns cor
box. if ;i girl i
cirriur. II. dnn no1
bothercl with me
carried hom< If it
the boys 11 . land
possible let him c trr hi., lunch :
paper container . hieli 11 d not
tak« n hontc.
With the pros
it is possible to prepare u \ery at
tractive lunch box.
A to food, then- should be one sub-
Htantial sp.ndwi h with a filling of
Weiit or egg: one sweet sandwich, or
i'luiu bread and buttpr with some
talud !n a jelly tumbler.
Put in the box some sweet, such
as stuffed data or figs cookies or
one piece of cake, aril always fruit.
The orange may have the rind en',
so it will ho • to j' 1, and then bo
wrapped in eli d paper
For the older children pastry bak-
ed in two rounds with a ff\iit filling
between is *11 \n . 1 effjoyed. A baked
apple, a few pieces ot heme made
fudge, a cup custard baked, in n
pretty cup; n small frosted cake—all
of these at various times will be ap-
When possible, milk should be
bought at the school. But otherwise,
have one 1 two half-pint bottles with
tight-fitting caps, and put that and
two straws in the lifuch box. There i.
a .novelty about drinking milk from
the bottle thru a straw.
Each pieet ot cake, and the sand-
wiches, ought to be wrapped separa-
tely in oiled paper, paper napkins
may be used i:i place of oiled paper,
but newspaper or any printed paper
should never be used around focd.
The following are suggested com-
binations for a li'.n-ch box:
One- Two sandwiches. one ot
brown bread and butter, one white
broad and butter.
One boiled e^g tho yolk taken out
I'.ud mixed with butter, salt arid pep-
per. The egg is then wrapped In oiled
TWO. Orio sandwich made v.itli
chopped lia.it and chicken mixed wit!'
mayonnaise. Oi c. rse any other
meat on liar, may be used.
Three dives or three small pickles.
One frosted chocoiftle « • k<
Bottle of milk.
0; -e apple.
TIIKKIv Cil. !U"
Jelly tumbler of
Three roolch s.
POUR Two 1.,nHt<lno"nrod- tad-
wiolu1'. 1. II' ti. I \ I ti: rtniV * ' Ut!,
nnd one jr- mix'il witlr .anut.
OiH' apple lart.
Threo ri"'1 - chocolate fit'lgn.
Bottle of mlllc.
L FIVE—Two buttered Tolls.
^ Jells^ turaber oc fruit, salad.
WTwq cook i 1 s.
•\ AT FOLLY THEATRE
'allicc llrady's picture. "The Death
^Bce," will b at tho Folly theatre
®Whe story deals with Flora a dane-
i K'rl (Alien Brady), about whoir,
luse his wife is receiving the at-
lions of Boresky the dancer at
V's cafe Maitland makes a wager.
J he can win Flora in two months.
Iwhcn he moots her, becomes hop
r Interested in her career and tor
the compact. He is killed in an
accident and Flora becomes
Husky's danutiR partner in tho
Vh Dance which he lias originated
(In which she, as a former sweet-
is stabbed by Boresky.
t-nt Ilia Maitland grows tired 'it
Jesky and turns her attention to
/llip Slaiidish. When she has made
gross into his affections she takes
,.,f. u 1 11'r cast-off lover,
Jresky. ton.ui'1' Her,; rhl'.ip sees
Id falls ill love with Flora. Matters
Japidlv progress, and shortly Flora
Lr.d Philip ;•••- 1 <> I ' ir.:irri- •!. Cynthia
■deserted, plans her revenge.
New York Letter
MRS. A. B. HOUGHTON
J LUCY JEANNE PRICE
New >ork. Sept 2( -It 1* not only
women who go in for strange pet«.
In oue our suburbs. there lives
and comiautch a man whoso devoted
follow* r is a gander For five year*,
neighbor* have grown accustomed to
neeing the guilder follow Its master
about ftn his ♦ veiling utrollH. jump
into the automobile with him ami r<
main quUtly at bis side while tht v
drove abcut town, and show all the
other attributes ot a devot« ,l dog. Th-
owner hasn't yet taken his pet into
low.n with him on his daily hips, but
ihat may come in time.
' Kven a nitkil is not too fctuall an
! amount to get the thought and effoit
I ot those among us who bate to mis
a,n- opportunity to avoid honest pa
inents. Ticket (hoppers at the ku'
, way stations say that they have t•
i bo i\jm constant guard against tho men
and boys who attach a ticket to 'i
rubber band up th«'ir sleeves and then
i go through the motions of dropping it
| in the box while it flies up out of
I sight, instead, teady to do eternal
Oklahoma city.—Oklahoma mer-
chants must not give away "automo-
biles'* or other *uch priies by offer-
'< tng chance with t u< h regular pur-
i h >e. is the ruling of Attorney Gen-
eral Snort in an opinio^ directed to
Count) Attorney Fittest L. Ilughet
Any lottery Is unlawful, aud a
common public nuisance.M Short ad
"The chance to get the 'prize'
causex people to buy roods wMek
they would not otherwise buy or th<*
merchant eould not afford td gi?«
the prize away." the attorney geneitol
►aid. deriding such practice as "lot
In asking thu opinion Hugbe
stated many merchant* have beet
1 ressing him for the opinion.
The cynic give* •em the once ov®r
anu then remark* that if onl> lb*
lit survive others must have bees
a sorry lot.
Head the want ads in the Derrick.
-I.aditt and g*nlU<
I lukes hrctiuae thai
the only hind he will
tat a u hole hon ot!"
Mrs. Atanson D Houghton, whosi
husband nas been made ambassador ti
If you can't bring a/* enemy to Ills
knees in any other way Just brag oli
him and let nature take its course.
i. n'h a hxMk x >OOUK:Oi u it x iiiit it.K.iaOi'
Fresh Home Made "
Jimcs''Long^slanj"8rln""8,°r°aV;d a furoro at lhc hors« at SL
_ 0nt I-ilan'1' w'ss Anna Horndabt wore them u carrines.
The marriage of Mr. Lloyd Stettler
of the producing department of tho
l'rairie Oil and Gas company, Drum-
right, to Miss Dollie M. Haught, from
• la Litchfield lease three miles south
east of Drumright took place last
| Mr. and Mrs. Stettler are now it:
Lea verdant Ohio, at the home of tho
'-ropm, where they will stay for some
time before taking up their residence
here. Marriage took place at Sapulpa.
Plain navy blue pleated skirts
worn with trim wash blouses are
often a welcome change in the
school girl's wardrobe. The blouses
are of dimity, voile, or pongee and
thy skirts of serge, twill or flannel.'
Miss Vivian Crawford is a fair '
Smart house dresse^ are made of
Imported cretonnes ln gay colors.
Japanese crepes, unbleached muslin,
gingham, chambray and sateens.
They make It possible for a woman
to be attractively nnd smartly coj-
turned, even at the most humble
PAISLEY SILK ADDS
Nothing adds more pep to a serge
< r twill frock than tho lavish use of
I'tisley silk which features red.
This is one of the mokt successful
combinations of tlie year.
Done at .'>23 East Broadway street.
Insurance against divorce Is the
latest protections aga<pfet the acci-
dents of life. The innocent party
would receive all paid-in-benefits of
the policy in the event of a decree
according to the latest plan of a New
\ ork insurance company.
HAS OLD LICENSE
Hv tli** AHS<•« '«te«i l'i 'ss
Rock Island, II.« S' pt. 1'.. A u ar-
riage licrnse 10V years old is In po:
session of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones
of Rock Island. It announces the ma"
riage of Mr. Jones gr ui'iparenta,
Martin Jones and Margaret Hatto'i.
nv-r a century ago in wlal is now
Fuiigamon county. TI*-s marriage
look plate Nov. 28 1815 in a fort near
tl.c present site o ' the st*1*'' capital.
The oil license is written in Km;-
Broniied Yeas! I
A Positive Way to Have and to Keep
a Clear, Pure, Lovable,
CupM has always said, "I love
you. dnrling 1 i 111«; Cl«.*ar-faee. be-
cnuso the aweetness «>f your soul ts
r« v« al" 1 to me bv ti"- spotleaM tint
of heaven in y- ur cherub akin. X
( hoeolate C reams ii
Strawberry Cream ;;
Vanilla Cream |>
Ice Cream Sandwich «
Fresh Candies ||
I PALACE OF |
« Next Door to Idle
}! ;: i:.j<it,-:.:;.;: HJUUUtX ,a .« ;!(':«W«
to sit down to
a bowl of
Keiloggs Corn Flakes
You'll agree that you never ate sucli delicious, such
satisfying cereal as Kellogg's Corn Flakes! Those big,
sunny-brown "sweet-hearts-o/-the-corn" are so fasci-
nating in flavor nnd so crispy and crunchy that you don't
wonder the children are thrilled to *at them!
Compare Kellogg's with imitations to realize their
quality, their appetizing appeal, their wonder-crbpr.esit
Unlike imitations, Kellogg's are never tough or leathery
or hard to eat! liach heaping spoonful of Kellogg's is
even more joyous than thj last—thera
is no end to the happiness that is yours
eating Kellogg's Cora Flakes!
ASK FOR KELLOGG'S! Be sure
CTfAMrf/^ that )'ou get Kellogg's—the delicious
Com riakes in the KED and GREEN
Al|CTFp package that bears the signature of
1 W. K. Ktllogg, the originator sf
CORN Toasted Corn Flakes. NONE ARE
FLAKES GENUINE WITHOUT IT!
Alio maker* of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KF.LLOGC'S BRAN, cookco and kroaiUcd
Ice of Bristow is visiting his
.Mrs. W. Ice of Drumright.
Mrs. Zelnia Ilruce who was operat-
ed on Sunday at the Smith Hospital
is doing .nicely.
ill ho rc.
Mrs. Cole ajn-d daughter
visiting with friends in Cushing to-
J. U. Sizemore of Bristow was 'i
business visitor in Drumright Mon-
Mises Billie House and Vivian
< rawford motored to Oklahoma City
Monday to attemf the fair.
Kstlier Is | g
leave for Oklahoma City today.
W. Bradherry who has been vioit ; w
ing with friends ijft Drumright, will | g
Mr. and Mr.?. K. E. Dean of Arga. j p
Okla.. is visiting with Mrs. O. A i
Townsend of Drumright.
317 E. Broadway
First Door East of
If you happen over
that way fall in and
try our special
Frank Hanna of Drumright will OvOOCm %O'C'OvOO.OOO.O^XhOC^l
leave today lor Oklahoma City to at- |
j tend the fair.
Mrs. Frank A lie,ti' and Mrs. A. K. |
Allen of Drumright will leave for Ap j
A marriage license was issued to \
Cecil Burleson. lt Drumright and j
Lena Smith, 19, Olive.
Mrs. L. W- McEwen and Mrs. j
Earl Hart motored from Bristow Men
day to visit with Mrs. McEwen's mo- i
tlier Mrs. Fox of Drumright
Mrs. O. E. Taylor and sons Fred j
r.nd Frank Taylor and Mrs. Cater of j
Drumright, were visiting ip Sapulpa j
Mrs. Charles Parks of Drumright 5
will attend a 1 o'clock luncheon at i
the home of Mrs. H. K. Bartlett of j
Mrs. A. Leonard will take a '
10-day vacatio/r. starting with today.
Mrs. Leonard is employed by Massed ;
Cup id Frown* nt Pimple*! Slop Skin
l.rupliunN W ith lr«ini/.«'il Yeuat!
never stay long where there aro
I'in.plpp, 'cause 1 come from heaven,
and pimples never Cqpld's
words rhiK true. Pimples lielonjc t-
nobody's darling, no matter how
riuch of a darling you may be. With
t!ie propt-r amount <■( viiamine;? and
iron in your blood, pimples would bo
a practical Impossibility. Tho re-
narkable power of yeuHt-vItamlnes
when proporly ironized proven by
the results of Ironized Yeast. This
i-« not a mere mixture of vitamines
: ::i iron, l.ut is yeast ironized. whicli
Is a substance all by Itself. Be sure
that you take only Ironized Yi-ast.
Your blood will be freed from iin-
i'uritl'"*. y0Ur Pkin will clear almost
magically, pimples and Pkin tpots
\ ill vanish. Ironized Yen: t is a
powerful builder of nerve force. It
is sold at uli d'*Uff stores at $1.00
a package. Each package contains
GO tablets, each tablet sealed by lt-
self. They never lose their power.
M'fd only by Ironized Yeast Co.,
Atlanta. Ga. Start today to take Tron-
ized Yoa«t. and look out for substi-
tutes and Imitations. There is only
one Iror.ize<l Yeast produced in the
world. A clear skin is always a good
recommendation. It's yours fur tho
AT THE STRAND THEATRE TO NIGHT
BIG DOUBLE SHOW
M'ALBERT, THE WONDERWORKER
The Man Who Answers You**
Questions, with Dorothy Van
"Prima Donna" in a song revue
Ask McAlbert "the Man Who
Special Ladies Matinee Thurs.
William Fox presents
William Russell in
"The Men of Zanzibar"
by Richard Harding Davis.
Directed by Rowland V. Lee.
in 6 parts
Also a William Fcx comedy
Review the New Fall Arrivals Here
rhe outstanding1 feature in
Coats, Suits and Dresses for fall
in their graceful draping.
The slender silhouette is deve-
loped in supple woolens and
silks with rare charm and dis-
We'd appreciate the opportuni-
ty of showing you our new fall
Mark Fall Millinery!
The deft drape of a crown, the
graceful sweep of a brim, cabo-
chons or cocardes knowingly
poised — one recognizes the
touch of the true artists in these
They are smart and modish to
be sure, but they have that in-
dividuality that the fastidious
woman appreciates and de-
The new fall models are ready
for your inspection.
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