The Times-Record (Blackwell, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 19, 1922 Page: 5 of 8
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A REAL FOUR-PLY WALL
ALL SIZES IN STOCK
in the scoring for the
PHONE 23 and 328
Shower in Honor of Mr*. Char les Trump, Emily Beckman, Madge Ch -le
in Maryland—Mrs. Claude
Senior High Team
two days’ meet next week.
Th>>. Timet-Record is ?i.oo a year!
Special chapel was held in the audl-
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SI MPTER GRANGE FED THEM
Mr. Billings was then called and he. j
$713,; . M5.4O
The bride received a book of
“Do’s and Don’ts for the Bride’’
brought an unhemmed towel
At Blackwell, in the State of Oklahoma, at the clo.se of business os l*ee~
ember 31, 1921.
field goals for
:■ vans and
G. Hippar <1
H. Hammond (
|u spend Sunday at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Randall,
and the other relatives here.
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Mr. James Colson had the word
Monday of the death of his sister, Mi’s.
Kirkpatrick at Fairbury, Nebraska,
and left Tuesday to attend her funer-
• ’onca City
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Clarke have
dth them Mr. Clarke’s aged mother
’’ho came here last week from Enid.
Irs. Clarke is 85 years of age but sti’l
n the possession of her sight, hearing
nd memory and really enjoys life as
■ comes. She is a great traveler and
as made the California trip several
imes in recent years and without es-
0 a few stirring yells were given, Pon-
the same amount of ‘pep’’ as they dis-
played in chapel, we would surely win.
ft O O ft 0 o
I O. M. Swaim is' attending the nice
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0 0 o 0 o o
Hinged Ud with a convenient
detachable coil, making it eaay
to clean and purify.
Mi. Frank Padon came from
■bntucky the first of the week for a
risit at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Lowery. Their mother. Mrs. Padon
> spending the winter with Dr. and
Its. Lowery and the visit of Mr. I’ad-
|” is of course primarily to see his
Deacon Jones listened to the call of
the wild this week and went to Green-'
ville, Texas, to judge a coursing event I
Mrs. Chas. L. Jenings, Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Macy, Mr. and Mrs.
P. E. O. Met With Mrs?L.
Miss Lena Graham visited at the
ome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
1. Graham over the week end from
’onca City, Mra. Graham was hos-
ess at six o’clock dinner Sunday hon-
ring MTss Lena Graham, Mr. and Mr*.
Jyde Graham of this city, and Mr.
Valdro of Ponca City.
K small Incubator with al Big
Record—an Incubator with pa.
husband of the Blackwell Methodist
church. She was a devoted wife and
a good mother and will be greatly mis
red by her family and many friends,
who live to mourn their loss.
She lived a life of sacrifice for oth-
ers and was never more happy than
when she wap doing good deeds for
some one else and made many friends
where she went.
Tis hard to part when friends are
I erhaps it will cost a sigh or te ir,
steal softly away—
Give little warning—
Say not good bye.
as usual, gave a fine talk. Mr. Bill-
ings maintains that confidence, the
right kind, will win this game and he
is sure to have confidence.
Mr. Robertson as next speaker, said
he thought he was the most competent
person in Blackwell to judge the game
because he had ,-een Blackwell play
on other courts and that she could play
from whistle to whistle, without paus-
ing for breath. Also he feels that if
Bessie Ritchie and Madge Cagle en-
tertained Friday evening with a brid-
al shower in honor of a recent bride.
Mrs, Charles Ferriman at the home of
Miss Cagle, on North Main street.
The house was very tastefully decorat-
ed in pink and white,
which they hemmed during the even-
in which each guest wrote an original
poem. Fortunes were found placed
around in every corner of the house
written on tiny hearts. The bride re-
ceived very many beautiful gifts
which will always recall to her, her
many friends. At the close of a very
delightfully spent evening refresh-
ments were served at a late hour.
Those who were present were Mr..
Charles Ferriman, Wanda Treft, Bcsp.
McGee, Zoe McCormick, Mildred Sod-
owsky, Helen Daniels, Murgare
OLA GOODSON -
J. J. HERMES.
N. J. DOWTS.
Establishment of Freedom of the Press
Negro Plot—Mrs. C. L. Beatty.
of Maryland—Mrs. 0.
to a finish.
Raferee, Kahler, Southwestern;
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1 he J. 1. Case threshing Machine
ompany, demonstration at U. P. S.,
onkawa is advertised for the 18, 19
nd 20 of this month. The demon-
ration at this time s of their tractor
nd they are demonstrating its use,
’Pair, care, etc. All farmers inter-
ted in the work of the tractor are
r?ed to attend these demonstrations
U. P S.
was the point maker for
1 onca City, totaling 9 field and two
i’cjo tlhrows, HudJinSj made two
eld goats a id two iiee throws.
For Biackwell Alder did all the sem
ing in the first half, one field gor.l ana
-ive ,ife throws, and added one field
gocl in th« sfcmrl half. Hudiburg
fo< .-.tc: en in the second naif made
two fieide goals.
Final score 26-13 Ponca Cily.
Referee, Koh’-..;. Southwestern;
Timer, Franks, Ponca City; Sccrer.
Miss Cowan who taught in Black-
well last year is coaching the girls
and has a fine team.
(Published in Times-Record, January 12, 1922)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank
Junior High Beat Tonkawa
(’-oach Harney took his Junior High
basketball team to Toakawa, Wednes
ady night anu after -they got thawed
out they romped on Tonkawa by a
score of 29-5. It was a tough tr:’
home with Zero weather and car n o”*'
’e too - they overcome the car trouble
'ike they do the basVe’hnll J-mdican
and came through all right.
This state stood fourth in the pro
ductioD of cotton in 1990
A. R. TO MEET NEXT SATUR-
was unable to score when
ball into the countinr
isfled by the results. J
* The boys from CFVocco played our | plied by saying that it
Senior high game, and it was a real the high school and the
Line-up Junior High—
There have been a number of auto
parties to Ponca City the first of the'
*’eek, the most of them going to see J
the photo play, "Way Down East.’’
Mrs. C. R. Tucker and the children
ic. 1. ,:y
According to well authenticated re-
ports. Robert W. McDowell, formerly
Hardin Alverson came from Anadar Blackwell, now ef Tulsa, was unite i
ko, Monday, for a visit with his mo-
ther, Mrs. Mary Alverson.
x ------x------ . W41'ry Cannon of Tulsa, The cere
Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Hcllweg are at ' mony was performed by Rev. C. W.
Pierce City, Missouri, this week on a I ” * .
-ombined business and pleasure visit, following it a reception was held a'
Mra. Fey and Mrs. Walters were brother of the bride.
•and Bess Ritchie. Those named above-
arc the membera.of the M. U. M. r i*b
of which the guest of honor in atx m
her. Additional guets were H. 'eo
West, Sybil Neal and Alma Blactar-Tr
— Daily Tribune.
DELPHI A NS WILL MEET JAN. 31
the second hr i* m-iking
Capital stock paid iu ___
Surplus fund ______________
Undivided profits _
Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid
Circulating notes outstanding .
Amount due to national bank-
Amounts due to State banks, banker-sand trust companie.
in the United States and foreign eountrieg (other than in-
cluded in Items 21 and 22) ___________
Certified checks outstanding
Cashiers checks on own bank outstanding
Total of Items 21, 22 23, 21, and 2., .
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
(other than money borrowed)..
Total of demand deposits subject to reserve, it
ems 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 421,195.88
Certificates of deposit (other than money borrowed
Total of time deposits subject to reserve it-
ems 32, 33. 34 and 35 -------J 145.042.fto
Having lost the girls’ , ‘ni hoys
went into try and bring home hail
the bacoi but could not do it.
The Ponca boys x.ent into tile n?aa
early in the game and were nrvei
headed, though Blackwell played them
an even game the second half, bir
were unable to break through the
Ponca defense the first half.
It was a fast game from start to
finish, the Ponca boys playing a better
pr. .ng game hoi nfui-
ai’ in theii hooting.
Coopt did a nice job at the free
tF.~ov; g; .n<
so es points
The next regular meeting of che
Delphian Club is scheduled for Jaiu-.
ary 31st, with the following profr.n:
Required reading—Pt. 9 pages |4 w
100. h .
Roll Call— English Art.
Hogarth and Reynolds -Mrs,
I umer—Mrs. Stqphenson.
Ixwdsecr—Mra. J. J. Brown.
Pre-Rauhaelites, artists and ainfc .- nd
their careers—Miss Anna Bell.
Chapter AR P E. 0. met Tuesday,
January 17th, at the home of Mrs l
C. Moore. Mrs. Ris8er as assisting
hostess. It being ‘stunt’’ day various
stunts were enjoyed by all.
Delicious refreshments were served
and ail departed for their homes vol
ng Mesdames Mcore and Risser idea’
hostesses. Next meeting will be with
Mrs. A. G. West. Tuesday, February’ 7.
Mr. and Mrs. IL E. Welsh of West The stormy
aikm have as their guests, Mrs.
fe^hV parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
ItKci of Sheldon, Kansas. Mr. and
*7'- Marion Rogers of St. Francis,
are also visiting at the Welsh
w'1 Mrs Rogers underwent an
•u-.ation a^ the Sanitarium on Fri-
W and is recovering nicely.—Daily
Indians, getting four fit’d goal.- and
two free throws.
Dupee made two nice long field goals
Melville and Kirkpatrick one eoca. Mel
ville also making one foul goal, mak-
ing a total of 19 points.
Blackwell made only five field goab
V. Nicholson and E. Nicholson and
Fester one each and Roush two. V.
Nicholson and Fester each made two
foul goals, for a total of 11 points.
Final score 19-14. Chilocco.
This was the second game in the
Oklahoma-Kansas Junior High basket-
Blackwell has now won one and lost
Timer, Jones, Sapulpa.
Ponca and two free
one *’>ld goal and
••hivfUi tv.o field troa
Wil: cn one ca< n.
!’■ icr r.iade <> i»ci.A>i:-d, f, Ux'hnica)
For Blackwell, J. Braden made four
field and H. Braden made two and 5
free throws. The Braden Bros,
ail the scoring Blackwell made,
personal, 8 technical fouls.
Final score 29-17—Ponca City.
„ n 1 • Reforeij. Kahler, Southwester
school turned out to the game wlths r,mer‘ Hamilton, Ponca City; Score
in some brighter clime
me good morning.
CARD OF THANKS
ca would be scared to death.
Mr. Thayer and Mr. Kennedy who
both have reputations for being "tong
talkers di.sapoinfed the audiecnc very
much not in their speeches, but in the
length of them. They are both con-
fident wc shall win and feel that the
best spirit will be shown at the game.
Mr. \\ iles in concluding their pro-
gram gave a very appropriate talk
and said the Rotarians having worked
three weeks on the program were sat-
Mr. Huston re-
v t. .. . ‘ — — IL-----' —'”*• M,ai H ,s «®Wom we
nior high as a preliminary to the'have such unusual talent displayed in
Senior high game, and it was a real the high school and the program was
tast game with more action than the! aporec’ated very much
The Junior class will have charge of
; the program Friday morning and from
Blackwell. all rumors it will be an exceptionally
V. Nicholson I fine one.—K.
in the scehdule which were necessitat-
ed by the midterm examinations.
Some of the Rotarians: Bill Wiles,
Frank Robertson, Jack Thayer. Carl
Kennedy, Orly Billings and E. Peine,
were present. At first these young
men insisted on perching in the gal-
lery but after a large applause con-
descended to come down on the stage.
Mr. Wiles, as chairman of the crowd
was called on for a speech and he
very gracefully complied. Mr. Wiles
in speaking of the basketball game
tonight said the Rotarians are more
interested in this game than any other'
game of the year and that if the whole '
1 he oyster tapper at Sumpter Gran-
ge Wednesday night was attendd by
better than two hundred people with
probably fifty of them from Blackwell,
weather caused ,ome j1'
ug to get cold feet so we picked out a
bunch that we knew would be fully
representative for the work in hand
and they did the job nobly. The sup-
per was all that was anticipated and
the Grange has one more social even*
to its credit
I The Times-Record Is 11.00 a rear
Basket ha 11
I onca City win? double-licader
from Blackwell for the first time in a
■ong time at Methodist church gym,
Tuesday night of this week.
i Both games were full of action and
though we lost, we feel that the large
crowd got to see some mighty good
basketball, but say, we didn’t want to
The teams w,l] work harder than
ever if possible tu h&vc a come back
for the return games to be played Intel
February 23, at Ponca City.
Iht gir'y had two large and active
Uonvard<r Brow* Specially looked
good and was able to hit tne basket.
On the forward end of the game Pon-
ca showed up strong. Their guards
played nice ball all the way.
At center both first and second
Blackwell outplayed Ponca City, but
they got the
end of the
Coach Virgil Jones came to town
F riday afternoon with his team, sever-
al of whom were members of the state
high school football champion team,
also defeating a strong Kansas team.
They were unable to get a game with
; the champions of Texas.
Coach Jones’ boys have only been
practicing basketball a short time b >
(Charles Leon Jennings of Blackwell
and Vernal Leona Worthington, ofi
The House of Safety-Hatch incubators
and DeLaval Cream Separators—a
Kill line of repairs cn hand at all
GEARHARD BROS. HARDWARE
PHONE 23 and 325
We desire to express our
thanks to our many friends _________
kindness and help during he sic) Timer. Billings, Blackwell.—K.
ness and death of our beloved wife and ■
mother and sister, also for the many
floral offerings—S Jennings, Mr and i
Mrs. Chas. L. Jenings, Mr. and Mrs.
George A.‘Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. torium Tuesday morning in order that
M. lIusU,n explain the changes
Mrs. Shaver has returned from a
isit with Mrs. W. S. Reborn, better
mown here as Mrs. Celeste May, who
s in the hospital at Enid suffering
vith rheumatism. Mrs. Shaver left
ier showing a somewhat improved con-
State of Oklahoma, County of Kay, ss:
I, G. E. Do wig, cashier of th»-
swear that th«- aho-> statement is
Subscribed and s'
| Catherine Goodin Jennings, daugh-
ind will go from there to Ladonia for - ter of John and Catherine Goodin, was
two days’ meet next week. ; born in Pike County, Ohio, May 21.
Mra r r . : 1818’ die4 at Okalhoma’
, C. H. Harns ns home from her. January 11, 1922, aged 73 years 7
;’01><lay vrsit wrth her folks pt Elk, months and 21 days.' She was mar-
vity, Oklahoma. They are getting, ried to Sylvester Jennings of Pike
^ady to move to Sentinel,where Mr. county Ohio, August 31, 1873 To
Harria wffl engage in busir, this union were born two children °RUSe they P,ayed footbaH unti' *•
Bart Smi+h several year- ago In the' ■ --
try cleaning business has retuif!** to al.7 u *T'“‘ ”urv,Hnl
Blackwell 9hd reopened the place for- OWahoma Clt>' Uth of
jmerly occupied by California Cleary.
J m West Blackwell avenue with a new
lutfit. 1 ’
her bedside when s)ie died,
aners these there are left to
; her husband and two sisters, Mrs.
j Hannah Mack of Blackwell and Mrs.
• Nettie Rogers of Victor. Cdlo;
•g of the Consistory at Guthrie this;M‘She Was convert«d and joined the
veek and is accompanied by Mrs.' ^Rfthodist church in Ohio about fifty
Swaim who will visit friend- while J.®ars 3,1(1 rer”ained a member
te is attending the Consistory meet- since’ beinK a member here with her
16 th of December.
They had a wonderfully successful
For most of the game Sapulpa was
leading in the score. It was not unril
the last minute that the game seemed
safe. Sapulpa led at the first quar-
ter 7-3 and at the half 11-9.
The score was at the th>H qunr-
tei with 16-16 and again during the
fourth quarter at 18-18.
Captain X. Jones of Sapulpa was
their best scorer, getting four field
goals. McGrady at center made two
field goals and one free throw. Ever-
oge three free throw-, and Morris,
substituting for Everoge one field
McGrady played the floor well.
For Blackwell, H. Braden showed
•the class and was really the only
man on the court to show any speed.
He made seven field goals and five
free throws totaling 19 points. J.
• Braden got one field and one free
1 throw. Hammand one* field goal
and Billie Robertson one.
Fouls—Sapulpa, 8 personal, six teci I
■ lical; Blackwell, 1 personal and five,
technical. Final score 26-20 in favor!
lhe game was now in the last five
■ minutes and the crowd whooping it up
Blackwell Lottes and Wins
The basketball season was put un-
der way for sure Friday night, when
the Junior and Senior high teams play-
ed the Chilocco Indian school Junior
high and the Sapulpa high team which
is a member of the Central Confer-
Loans and discounts _
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation, par vai.
All other United States Government Securities
Othei bonds, stocks, securities, etc
Banking House, §38,800.00; Furniture and fixtures,
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
Cash in vault and amounts due from national
banks _ _
Amount due from banks, bankers, and trust companies
in the United States ..._
Checks on other banks in the same city or town
as reporting bank
Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due.
from U. S. Treasurer ....
kirk Tuesday of this week attending land.
,1 to business before the County Court well.
tor a number ol clients. , We expect them here the first week
Fred Jones, of r£j^cs Auto Co. kn™ °n’‘
spent a day or two at Oklahoma City,1 ** ” em * hcart>’ welcome.
this week visiting folks and the Ford D.
headquarters, returning Tuesday.
. b.ackaby, Miss Josephine Bell, as*
| listing the hostess.
| Roll Cal! will be answered with cur-
1 rent topics of interest. <
; In the absence of the Regent, Mrs.
I Riehl, Mr« Risser, vice-Rcgent will
! have cliarge of the program.
vere over Sunday visitors at the home' . LeMOn ^pics assigned at last meet-
| of her brother Paul Fauchier and fam-! arc M follows:
□y near Nardin. King Phillips War—Miss Anna Bell.
wn n 7—x—— Salem Wichcraft-Mrs. Geo. Carson.
A Will Randall, manager for Dodge; Scttemeni of New York-Mrs. F. J
THotor Company at Perry drove over! Goold.
were at! victories and ia finance.
above named bank, do ol< nnly
true to tho best of my knowledg< and
G. E. DOWIS, Cash ■‘r.
worn t« before me thir; 11th day of January, 1922.
. F- H. PEINE. Notarv PubH..
My Commission expires MarcL *
in marriage, Tuesday afternoon, Jan-
uary 17th, at four o’clock, to Miss
Mary Cannon of Tulsa.
----.v uy nvv. V. W.
| Kerr of the Presbyterian church, and
the home of Dr. James: Cannon, a
guesDi of Ponca City friends Tuesday i left at six o’clock via the Frisco fo>
afternoon of this week. 1 St. Louis, and their wedding trip wil’
x I include a visit to Indianapolis Pitts-
k y ShaW at New* bui*h’ Philadelphia, New York, Cleve
Chicago, Kansas City and Black
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