Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 219, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 22, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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By Mbts Miuirtue Kaslcy
An event In which much itiicivwl
Tills been cent en tl ia the inani;tne of
Miss Mary Anderson iluuphlir of .Mrs.
I P. Anderson to Mr. M. K. Humph-
reys of Howie Texas whieh will
take lilnee at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning at Si. Mary's Catholic
Following the ceremony u woil.llnK
bieakfa.st will be nerved at the home
of the bride when truest will be lim-
ited to members of the briilal party
The bride who ix u jh pular mem-
ber of Ardmoi-e cociely lias been the
recipient of :i number nf social eonrle-Bies.
Mrs. Inmam Jh'iiry entertained
Monday ufiernoou with u forty-two
party hnnoriiiK Sli.H Klizabeth Koikes
of Dardanelle Arkansas who Is the
guest of Miss Sullle Morton 1109
McLlsh u venue.
High score favor was won by Miss
Cecil Jones who was presented a
Japanese curd cu.se.
Tho honor guest was presented a
bqttle of perfume.
An ice course was served to tho
following guests Misses Annie Louise
! Ream Huttie liurnltt Cllndys nnd
Ernestine Guillot Maybelle Ooddard
Norma Gates Katherin'c Adams Lucy
' Pennybacker Bcnnia Mae Fraley Kli-
zabeth Maxwell l.ucile Killintrsworth
Cecil Jones Klb-.ub'.'th l-'owlkcs Sullle
and Isla Morton.
The marrlaife ef Mirs Mary nwlp-
iglns of Tort Worth and also of Ard-
more to Mr. William H. Raltio of
Fort Worth was solemnized Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock ut the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Wolver-
ton 420 B street northwest. Mis.-
Wolverton is a sister of the bride.
The house was beautifully decorated
In ferns and pink gladiolus.
Preceding the ceremony Mrs. N. C.
Wood santf 'Mavis." The wedding
inarch wua played by Mrs. Willlum
The bride wore a white afternoon
gown of white taffeta and carried nn
arm bouquet of white roses. She was
attended by Miss Lucilo Snowden of
Fort Worth who wore a gown of
white organdie and lure and carried
Bwect peas. Mr. Thomas Oulahiufun
of Fort Worth acted us best man.
The impressive ring Bervlce wan
read bv Dr. Ch:'ppell pastor of the
Broadway Methodist church. Master
Jack Childress resplendent in a white
satin suit carried the ring.
Following the corejnony a delicious
lee course was served to the family
nnd intimate friends.
The bride and groom left on the
afternoon train for Fort Worth where
they will make their home.
The marrlajte ef Miss Mamie Weeks
and Mr. T. H. Griffin was quietly
celebrated lust evening at 7:30 o'clock
nt the horn) of the bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. .1. It. Weeks Sixth
Dr. C. C. Welth. pastor of the First
Fresbyteriun church officiated.
bouquet of bride's roses and sweet
The bild was met at the altar by
the groom and best man Mr. Allen
Charlton of Dallas. The impressive
ring service svas performed by Dr.
Craylun S. llrooks of the First Christ-
Following the ceremony a reception
was held. Misses Hentrlre Fraley
Gladys Scivallyl;irtha Scurry F.van.
tha Scurry. Louisa Wyatt of Dallas
Marls West of F.l Heno Grace Map-
good of Dallas Marie Dreecheiie ut
Commerce Texus Mary .larretf Mi
dames John Dexter and Nomina Wal-
lace assisted in the dining room.
Mi'silames Monte Dillingham Frank
Porter and Joe Cook plesldcd at the
punch table. Mesdames Kdwurd Gait
and Koy Johnson had charge of tho
bride book in the sun parlor. Oilier
members of the house party included
Mesdames Mark Kirkpalrick John
Gull Morris Suss John Wharlon of
Dallas. Kugenia Gano Hugh Mc luu-
rcn of Dallas and little Kfheci-a Whiir-
ton of Dallas a niece of the groom.
The gifts displayed were numerous
The bride nnd groom presented their
attendants with appropriate gifts a
tokens of appreciation.
Mr. and Mrs. Wharton left on
the afternoon train for an F.astera
trip and will return to Dullns in u
few weeks where they will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Elliott of Aman-
daville. Kentucky are here visiting
.Mrs. F.llit'tt'g sifiter Mrs. J. K. Mart-
nitt 907 North Washington streot.
Muster Gilmer and Jennie Henry
Murphey have returned from Oklaho-
ma City where they visited their
aunt Mrs. . B. Porch.
Mrs. Hubert Dennard and Mrs. Wil-
Ron Newman spent .-Sunday In Mari-
etta the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd K. Taylor.
Mrs. J. It. Ppiinington and children
will leave tomorrow for Colorado
where they will spend the remainder
of the summer.
Mr. If. C. Dixon and wifo and Miss
Audrey Stafford of Santa Uila New
Mexico are the guests of Mr. S. M.
Mr. Snm Kahl who has been In the
employe of Wl-sthelmer and Daube
for some time will leave the first of
July for his former home In Liver-
pool England. He expects to be
away about three or four months.
Mrs. T. R. Mason ha returned
from Apache where she was the guest
of her daughter Mrs. James Hannah.
She was accompanied home by her lit-
tle granddaughter. Wilda Fdlth Crltch-
field who has been In Apache for
City Is in
X. Dodson of
the city the
Word has J&een received from Mr.
and Mrs. John T. Nichols stating that
they arj now in France and are hav-
ing a splendid trip.
On Tuesday morning at eleven
o'clock the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Tucker was the scene of a beau-
tiful wedding and one of especial
interest to Ardmore society when
Miss Mattie Claire Gano daughter .if
Mrs. Eugenia Lowe Gano was unitel
in marriage with Mr. John O. Whart-
on of Dallas Texas.
The floral decorations were beauti
ful; daises and greenery being used
in profusion throughout the house. In !
the living room an improvised altar I
was erected in the front of the fire 1
place. Palms and large wicker pede3- i
tals filled with plants were banked j
effectively in the back ground The 1
mantle was a mass of ferns and '
shasta daises. :
Preceding the ceremony Miss Mar-1
garet Smith of Richmond Virginia j
In her usual pleasing manner gave
a brief musical program including :
"A Birthday" by Woodman and "A".
Dawning" by Cadman.
The wedding party entered to Men-
delsohn's processional played most ef-
fectively by Miss Ruby Randol. First
to enter were the ribbon bearers
Ruth Tom Frame Katherine Brown
Dolores Duston Evelyn Hefner. Leola
Nichols and Katherine Poland who
Wore dainty white organdie frocks.
The bridesmaid Miss Gladys Walling
of Dallas and the maid of honor Mis
Katherine McLauren also of Dallas
wore lovely Jade organdies and car-
ried huge garden hats tilled with
nhosta daises. The matron of honor
Mrs. Fred Tucker was in a beau-
tiful dress of yellow organdie ana-
carried a garden hat. Little Claire
Tucker in a white lace und Or-
gandie frock carried a small white
basket tilled with rose leaves to strew
the path of the bride. The bride
whose blond beauty was enhanced by
her bridr.l uttlre entered on the urm
of her brother Mr. Gordon Gano.
Her gown was of exquisite white
crepe meteor embroidered in pearls.
Her veil formed the train which was
wreathed and sprinkled with orange
blossoms and weighted wilh lovers
knots of satin. She carried a shower
What do you call them?
Bedbug (Clrae lectularlus). The origin
of the nam. bedbug is unknown but Is
supposed to be naturally euggeeted aa It
Is descriptive. There x 'mil.io"1
nuixi tor thea. prUe. a for Wust ra-
tion around Boston they ar called
"Cta nchea." from Baltimore comes tbe
nam "Mahogany Flat 1" New Tork
aw styled as "Hod Coats." around
' Stuburgh they are called "Peaky
In Cincinnati and the South "Nlf"-
rlders." in Bt Uuls a.d Chicago dUtrtct
Orliao Ramaten." tha great WeM
The rid auylng "tha bedbug has na
"Tv th.v .rat there luat the same.
Is correct Instaad .of teeth they Po..a.
piercing aim auV"
you may call
Fay Thompson vice president
Liberty National Bank of Okla-
waa a went visitor to this
Ardmore friends and ndmirers of
Miss Edith Johnson star feature writ-
er of The Oklohoman will learn with
Interest that she is preparing
lifch in book form the best
work fcr thu past two years. .
From an ad which uppeurs in the
Western Oil Derrick a paper pulillshcd
in Oklahoma City of which Marry
G. Johnson Is general manager and
S. T. PislMe eoitor the following is
"The book will be a handsome and
artistic volume suitable for a gift
and a valuable addition to your li-
brary. D will contain H10 pages
bound In beautifully blended shades
of brown and tan. The frontispiece
will be a full page hnll'tonc likeness
of the .illlboi." '
111 appreciation for the work of
Miss Johnson and the In nclit the
Male has derived from licr newspaper
work the Western Oil Derrick is run-
ning the ad the space of which will
m mm n t to something like fl'fiO cirjit
weeks free of charge to Miss Jnhn-
.UTO ROAD TO OKLAHOMA
(ITV VIA TlliM It FALLS
Yelton sales manager for the
Fulls Park Company is here
remain In Ardmore for ft
lunger. He states that 'he
road In iweeti Ardnii.re and Davis by
way of Tui'tcr Falls is now passable
and cars can go front here to Okia-
bi mrCity bv v. ty of Turner Falls nr.d
Ikivls. This is now the scenic high-
way of Oklahoma and saves 2S miles
lietween Ardmore und Oklahoma City.
No state in the union lmi a prettier
or more inspiring scenery thun Is
along this road ar.d It will be it fav-
orite Just as soon as it becomes known
to the traveling publio that it Is
open. There will hi- a large number
if mttages built at Turner Falls
thl summer. Eddie Ramsey has plans
m.T.ie for his collage nnd has already
eho:in a name fur it. Roy M. John-
son Is planning to build a hem-; there
from the native rmigil Ktones which
will be very pieturesvjue. The church
people have not overlooked the op-
portunity presented by the new town
and there will be some big camp
meeting held there. And ther will
be dancing and swimming and camp-
ing parties und Y. M. C. A. camps
and Eprtorth League camps und Tur-
ner Falls is certuin in become at once
the most popular watering place In
the stale. The wild rugged scenery
of the mountains the clear running
water the roar of water falls the
cliffs and crags and rocks all go to
make up a scenery that will attract
people from all over the state.
Supreme Council Adjourns
Boulogne June 22. The supreme
council of allies after holding a three-
hour session today udojourned to
meet at Brussels July 2 leaving most
of the questions on Its program un-
decided. The probl-m of tho German repara-
tions was referred to experts who
will meet in Paris nnd endeavor to
conciliate the conflicting viewpoints
among the allies regarding tho divis-
ion of the sums Germany is to pay
according t0 a sincial correspondent
at 1 lavas.
Another point decided by the Pol-
ogne conftrees the correspondent
says is that the allied powers' shall
appoint ambassadors to represent them
at Berlin. These ambassadors will
be at their posts by July 1 before the
Spa conference the date for which
remain to be fixed July 5.
Cholera In Japan
Toklo. June 22. One hundred cases
of cholera have been discovered in
southern Japan some victims of the
disease being found in this city.
MAYOR FREEMAN TAKES
TO FORCE ACTIOS ON
Mayur Freeman took preliminary
steps tills morning to force action on
contracts pending between the city and
tliu Ardmore Construction Company
covering paving on certain streets of
the city and has caused to be mailed
notices to thu various bonding com-
panies who are sureties for the Ard-
more Construction Company by which
fhe mayor hopes to get some Imme-
hi speaking of thu matter this
morning the mayor stated that some
of the contracts had been pending
since 1917 and be was going to make
an effort to have the work finished
Following is a copy of the lutter
sent this morning to the receiver of
the Construction Company and to the
"Mr. T. K Snelson
Receiver Ardmore Construction Co.
a corporation by virtue of appoint-
ment by the District Court of Carter
County Ardmore Oklahoma and
Southern Surety Company
"You will take official notloo by this
letter tlyit the Ardmore Construction
Company u corporation under the
laws of the Statu of Okluhoma have
defaulted and In every way and man-1
ner failed to comply with the terms I
of their contract for the construction
of pavement in the city of Ardmore
upon . street of said
city and that the statutory nnd con-
struction bonds furnished by you war-
ranting the faithful performance of
the terms of their contract upon said
street have become an obligation
against the said Ardmore Construc-
tion Company and the said Southern
''i'ou and each of you are there-
fore hereby notified and demand is
hereby made that you proceed under
the terms of tho contract and said
statutory und construction bonds to
do and perform all and singular the
acts necessary to be dune and per-
formed regarding said contract. I'pon
your failure so to do and unless
proper and sufficient steps are taken
in the name and on behalf of the
City of Ardmore and Its citizens to
protect the Interest of said city and
citizens in each and every respect
and in accordance with the terms of
said contract and 'the bonds as here-
tofore set forth.
"Witness my band as the mayor of
safd city of Ardmore together with
the seal and attestation of the Clerk
of said City this 22nd day of June
"W. F.- FKKKMAN. Mayor."
"Attest: L. M: TIH'KSTON
FOR SALF I.umi YAHDS OF DIRT.
AITIA .IIMOR HIGH SCHOOL
CltOl NDS OR I'llONK I '.M). 13-1!
Fort Worth Texas June 22. New
. heat' Wis Hi lling' for J2.2"i to $2. Hi)
per bushel fi t III farmer to dealer in
Ibis territory today. This was declared
to be he highest price paid hero in
Paris June 22 Recommendation
that tin international financial' con-
ference be held In Brussels to mobll-
Ize German money und issue Interna-
tional loanu based on German revenues
has been decided upon at the Inter-
allied nutting at Bologne according to
a special correspondent of Havas.
without qontlon If Hunt' Salve
fall! In the tiv&toirnt uf Hczeiun
Tenor. Illnjirorai. ltcb. tc. ixm't
become dlaouurflk-wl because other
treatments failed. Ilant'e Salm
has relieTed hundreds of ucb cARen.
Ton can't loae on our Monit
Dark GiiamnUe. Try it at onr rlf K
TOPAY. Price 7So it dniK Mnroa.
A. II. iUehards Co. stieruantXeiu
Sale of Mens
$10'' to $
or Extra Pants
Mf : Uf
Store Open Saturday Evening
Supijose vou had a fortune
coming to you when you
were twenty-one and they
handed it to you when you
were twenty you wouldn't kick
That's how we feel about this
We've broken all records in get-
ting the goods our success has
gone to our heads and we can't
veei) the trood news under our
Saturday will be another big "boom-erang"
day so you'd better come in today and let
us take your measure.
Remember our organization is expert in clothes-maknig. We buy all our
woolens direct from the mills design and tailor clothes in our own tailor-
A "Regular" Gathering Not a "Pimple"
Suits tailored to order during this great sale are actually lower than whole-
sale prices nothing sick about 'em but the price.
Don't linger this sale won't last forever. If you let this chance slip through
your fingers you re a swell target for the profiteers.
"The National Institution''
213 West Main
The Busy Block'
Mbyou of your blood for their own body.
.v" ik.r. the came from science
has found a way to rid them U J'
uaa faithfully the new cbamlcal Pak
rEUi Touletii "P. D. Q A Sao package
SaCs 5ni quVrt:anough to kill a million
STdbuf?. roaches fleaa. an a or cootl.a.
and their gt as well. P. U. Q. will
Injure beddlnit and each packae contains
i patent aut to suable you to ; set them
fn arhart-to-get-at-placee. IniPOaalbl.
tor Peaky Darus to aalat whr
Being somewhat overstocked and with new lines due to arrive right away
we will dispose of Five Hundred Pair of Men's High Grade Oxfords at
prices unheard of since the World War started in "Nineteen Hundred
See the Special Window Display. Look for Your Size. Every
Pair Plainly Ticketed Showing Price and Size.
These Oxfords are in both black and tan. The finest grades of leathers.
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25c for 12 oz.
15c for 6 oz.
10c for 4 oz.
'Full weight cans.
No alum No bitter taste
Sold by City Drug Store. Adv.
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Easley, John F. Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 219, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 22, 1920, newspaper, June 22, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158548/m1/2/: accessed April 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.