The Gate Valley Star (Gate, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 10, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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An Independent Weekly Newspaper Issued in the Interest of Gate and Vicinity
GATE, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10 1921
Of Private Money to Loan
on Choice Land in Gate
E I. HAWORTH, Gate
Helen Margaret Coppock, the
youngest daughter of Roy 0.'
and Maud Coppock, was born
Jan. 3rd, 1914. After an illness
of 6 days she departed this life
March 5, 1921, age 7 years, 2
months and 2 days.
Helen is known among her!
friends both young and old for
gentleness of spirit and good j
cheer. In her home she was
always obedient, sympathetic
and faithful. She will be missed j
by all and God only can heal
the loss that has come to the!
home whose circle has been bro-!
Since she cannot return to us!
—and them—may we not look
forward to a happy. reunion!
where partings are. no more?
Funeral services were conduct-!
ed by Clayton Bowers and Carl
D. Byrd at the cemetary Sun-
S. S. Elliott has resigned his
positioi) with the Gale Valley
Grain & Supply company and!
Parker Hardison is looking after
the business until the company
can secure another manager.
People of Gate and Vicinity
Please give us your undivided
attention for a few moments, and
consider what we say.
If you live in Gate, or in the
vicinity, you will not find a more
convenient place or a better bank
with which to transact your bank-
ing business. Why?-^because the
bank is right at your door and it
is your home, financial institu-
tion and should have your un-
If you are loyal citizens in your
community, why would you want
to carry a bank account in an-
other town? Just a few have done
this in the past but most of them
are returning home with their
banking business because, they
tell us," it is much more satisfac-
tory and they can get better
treatment here than away from
home. Open an account with us,
if we don't treat you right, don't
stay with us.
Your Home Bank,
State Bank of Commerce.
Methodist Sunday School
In spite of the diphtheria scare
we had an attendance of 77 last
Sunday, with a very interesting
session conducted by our newly
converted friend, brother Har-
per. The opening exercises were
filled with pep and everyone
present thoroughly enjoyed it.
He made an admirable superin-
tendent in the absence of super-
The Easter committee was ar-
ranged for with Mrs. Harper as
chairman, and mesdames Long-
| more, Prater, Lemmons, and
David Henly gave a very help-
ful message Sunday morning
and also a very interesting lec-
ture in stereopticon views of the
Friends work generally.
The pastor, who had gone to
to Plains, Kans. to commence a
revival, was suddenly recalled
last Sunday on the account of
; the unexpected death of Helen
j A short funeral service was
conducted at the cemetery by
Clayton Bowers and Carl D.
'Byrd Sunday afternoon.
! The meeting of the Mission-
ary Society will be held at the
home of Mrs. L. P. Holliday,
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
j The W. C. T. U. meeting will
i be held Tuesday afternoon at
i the home of Oren Mendenhall.
The Easter Program is pro-
i gressing nicely.
New Line of Men's and
Ladies' Dress Hats.
Prices Are Right
C. F. MARTIN
Word from Dr. Oyler, the
' dentist, says: "I will not be in
IGate till the first week in April
1 when J'll resume my weekly vis-
its as usual."
W. W. Beason, manager of the
National Automobile Sales agen-
Icy in Denver, Colo., was killed
(recently when his car skidded in
i the sand fifteen miles south of
I Colorado Springs Miss Leone
Jones, formerly of this place,
j was a partner in business with
W. H. Temple was over from
Buffalo several days the past
week assisting with the invoic-
ing of the store here.
| The Buffalo Independent Oil Comp'y I-
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Parks DeGraw and Frank
I Pemberton were in Beaver Fri-
j J. W. Davis was a Beaver cal-
j ler Saturday.
j Miss Dorothy Scott went to
Oklahoma City last week to se-
1 cure work.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Francis r.
Knowles, Friday, an 11 pound
The. Editor's little son Donald,
who has lately developed quite
a taste for seeing things for him-
self, noticed a crowd of men in
front of the Wright Garage.
On investigating he said, when
questioned by his mother, "I
was down at the garage and I
heard a great big noise and I
just went in and looked and
there was Lonnie."
A.J. Dickson was in Beaver
on business the first of the week.
Alabastine is the lasting, sani-
tary and economical wall coat-
ing. At Home Lumber Co.
Artie Cronk, manager of the
Browning Garage moved into
the Johnston house Saturday to
be near his work.
We take this means to thank
our friends who kindly assisted
us during the sickness and death
of our little daughter. Especially
do we wish to thank those who
assisted with the grave.
Roy,0. Coppock, and family.
Perry W. Lundry hauled his
household goods to Englewood,
Kans. Monday where he loaded
them to ship to Hutchinson. He
has rented a two-acre tract on
on the edge of town and will
truck farm besides looking after
his interest here.
(Have You a Wife I
= | Mrs. J. W. Gwyn accompanied j H
WHOLESALE HIGH GRADE
Gasoline and Kerosene
" Bison" Lubrications
her sister, Miss Dorothy Scott
to Oklahoma City last week.
= Forest Daily returned from
r j Wichita last week, where he has
E been taking medical treatment
Rev. H. G. Grosdidier re-
turned Monday from McPherson
Kans. Mrs. Grosdidier and Mrs.
Day Humiston met him at Eng-
IF SO. you may want to polish up the old house a
' little in the spring. Houses are like wives
—treat them right and they will always b>e a joy to you.
Have you ever noticed how your wife is always doing some-
thing to make YOUR home more beautiful, more attractive,
more comfortable? That is the way of good wives—always
doing something for others.
I^'Gasoline, 22c f a Gallon, <^§t8
Kerosene, 13c \ wholesale =
"Quality and Satisfaction Guaranteed"
O. F. BECKER, Local Manager |
Rev. Chester Wickens, who
i is managing the Beaver Herald |
office in Beaver, during the ab-
sence of the editor, Miss Thorn-i
as filled his regular appointment!
at the Nazarene church Sunday.!
Day Humiston and family
|were dinner guests Sunday at;
| the home of Ralph Frye, and in j
■ the afternoon the Frye family
and the Humiston family drove
' out to the Frye farm to see the
new house Mr. Frye is buHding. '
See us about the lumber and other
materials. Prices are not as high as they
were. We are keeping them down so
building and remodeling will be within
easy reach of all this year.
PAINTS, OILS AND
1 The Home Lumber & Supply Co. |
1 COY L. MORGAN, MANAGER 1
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Stevens, Arthur J. The Gate Valley Star (Gate, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 10, 1921, newspaper, March 10, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc168331/m1/1/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.