Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Canadian Valley Record
CANTON, BLAINE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, APRIL ,1 1920
Tufsday, March, 30th, was
Mrs. T. C. Knoop's fiftieth birth-
day anniversary and in honor of
the event several of her friends
planned a surprise for her. When
she and Mr. Knoop went home
to dinner on that day bey found
the house in the possession of
her friends who had a bounteous
meal prepaied and all proceeded
to enjoy the occasion to the full
limit All of the quests but five
were friends and neighbors for a
quarter of a centuiy.
Following were those present:
R. R. Burns, and wife, L L.
Murray and wife, I. W. Brown
and wife, Albert Seifried and
wife, W. C. Arinor and wife, C.
L. Reynolds and wife, John Uug-
gan and wife, W. O. Goode and
wife, Rodney Burus, Harold
Brown and Viola Seifried.
Miss Beula Sanderson, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac San-
derson, and Mr. Edward Burk-
hardt, were united in marriage
Saturday, Maich 27th, at Wa-
tonga, County Judge, E. H.
Lookabsugh, performing: the
ceremony. These young people
are well and favosably known in
this community and have the
well wishes oi all. They are
now at home on tti£ Jamison
farm, 2 miles north of Leonel.
The Record joins their many
friends in wishing them a happy
and prosperous wedded life.
On Friday night, April 9th at School Auditorium
By Mrs. J. A. Funk and Pupils.
Opening Number Orchestra
Solo, "Hungarian Rhapsody" — Mrs. Funk
Solo, "Gypsy Parade" ' Ida Paulsen
Duett, "The Passing Parade" Flossie II. and Louise P.
Solo, "Fairies Lullaby".. Elsie Kingsley
Trio, "March Militaire" Mary Eilen H., Lucile C., Iuia C.
Vocal Solo — — Mrs. F«nk
Duett, "Crown of Triumph" - Mary Ellen H. and Ima C.
Solu, "Les Muscadine" . Lucile Crawford
Recitation Virginia Tucker
Trio, Waltz Flossie H., Elsie K , Hilda F.
Solo, "Moonlight Waltz" Louise Pddberg
Duett, "Zampa" r Wilma and Mrs. Funk
Solo, "The Merry Month of May" Hilda Funk
Solo, "Shower of Stars" - Im* Chronister
Recitative * - Ivan Funk
Trio, "Tripping Over the Lawn"
Elsie K., Flossie H., Mary Ellen H
Solo, "Hunter's Song" Ruth Willis
Solo, "Grande Valse Caprice Wilma Funk
Duett, "March of the Toys" - Louise P. and Irene C.
Recitation —.—. —The I ma Herod
, f Trip on the Bicycle,.,
55010 I The First Ball,
Solo, "Rain of Pearls"
! Trio, "Yellow Jonquils"
Soto, "Haunts of the Fairies'
Duett, "Tannhaueser March"
Of a Check
Suppose you are paying a bill amounting
to $23 47, could you take two ten dollar
bills, three ones a quarter, two dimes and
twn pennies and pay the bill as conven-
iently as by drawing a check for the
amount and paying the bill?
A check, moreover, is preferred by busi-
ness men in payment of accouuls since it
is saftr tlvan cunency and more easily
handled Yuu can open an account in
this bank—and it will be appreciated —
wiih any amount Yuu will always re-
ceive prompt and accommodating service.
Bank of ©anton
Mary Ellen Hockaday
Lucile C., Wilma and Mrs. Funk
Wilma and Mrs. Funk
WHEN YOU BANG
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS
Won The ^up
Canton High attended the
County Basket Ball Tournament
at Watonga last Friday and Sat-
urday. They beat Hitchcock
and Okeene and in the fiuals
beat Watonga and brought home
the County Cup. The cup was
won in 1918 by Hitchcock and in
1919 by Geary. Canton High is
the 1920 winner. The cup is
nicely located in the Canton High
S:hool, where it will be held for
the future years if good playing
and a determination to win is of
any avail. And it is. So be it.
Hail to Canton High.
Methodist Church Notes
The Sunday School will hold
an Easter strvice Sunday morn-
ing at 11:00 a. m. The subject
is: "The New Life." This will
be a fine service. All are invit-
ed to be present Sunday morn-
In the evening the Pastor will
preach on the "Resurrection of
Christ." N'onday evening at
8:00 p. m. Dr. T. S. Pittenger
will preach at the church and
then hold the business ot the
conference. All the officiary of
the church are urged to be pres-
ent and make the quarterly con-
ference a real factor in the work
of the church.
A field worker of the W. F.
M. S. will be here Tuesday. She
will address the local auxilliary
at the home of Mrs. J. R. Lieu-
rance in the afternoon. All the
members ana friends ar« urged
to be present.
Christian Church Notes
Everyone felt it Was good to
be at church Sunday. We en-
joyed the visit our M. E. bretb-
ern paid us Sunday morning;
our people enjoyed the visit to
the M. E. church Sunday night.
This is fellowship, let us repeat
The meeting at Wild Cat is
just progressing splendidly.
Twenty four have lined upon the
Lord's side; others are coming.
A big basket dinner, there Sun-
day. Jnst come ®ut where the
west begins if you want to find
real folks; they know how to live
and the ladies are past masters
in the art of cooking. Bring
your basket well filled and come.
Large audiences every night.
There will be regular morning
s rvice at Canton. An Easter
program at night. Come.
H. Burch, Pastor.
| on your house, or your bam, or whatever else it
1 may be, you are in danger of sealing off the paint
( with which it has been covered—unless that paint is
the kind that sticks.
The paint we are selling is the darndest stuff for
sticking and clinging that you ever saw. It just
WON'T come off.
Try it on your nex job. It sticks closer than a bill
collector---and that is SOME sticking.
A. H. HILL LUMBER CO.
Phone 62. E. E. EVERETT, Manager.
$11 SO and stockers $9.50to$10.
75,with stock cows and heifers
$6.5o to $9.5o.
Hog prices were strong to 25
cents higher than Saturday and
fully steady with the best time
Friday. Iu many cases heavy
hogs were higher than Friday.
The top price was $15.40, and
the bulk of the offerings sold at
$13 75 to $15.25. Indications are
creased by the strike in Chicago, PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
but packing and shipping de-; . ,
mand will show a corresponding i hey will treat you right.
Though cattle receipts were
liberal for this seasou of the
year, demaud was iucreased by a
strike at the Chicago Yards and
offeriugs sold readily here at
steady to stroug prices. Hogs
were higher than Saturday and
steady with Frifiay top $15.40.
sheep aud lambs were in active
demaud at 25 to 50 cent* higher
prices, top lambs $20.15.
Receipts today were 13,500
cattle,17000 hogs and 3000 sheep
a year ago.
If the strike among stock yard
employees in Chicago is of any
uration demand for fat cattle
from both packers and and ship-
pers will be increased materially
here. Today prices were strong.
Demand from local killers was
larger than a week ago. An
order for 1300 to 1350 pound
steers to go to Belgium is being
filled. Shipping demand for
medium and light weight grades
is also showing an increase-
Heavy steers sold to $13.25 and
tidy weight yearlings up to $12.
Heifers bought $7.50 t® $12.85.
Veal calves were strong to 25
cents higher, top$16.25.
Trade in stock and feeding
cattle was rather quiet with pri-
ces about steady. Some high
quality 550 pound White face
stockers brought $12.00. They
were taken out for finishing in a
feed lot. The bulk of the
heavy feeders sold at $10.50 to
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McDowell, C. S. Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1920, newspaper, April 1, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc176315/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.