The Claremore Progress (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 13, 1922 Page: 1 of 6
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THE CLAREMORE PROGRESS
VOLUME XXX—No 22
CLAREMORE. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. JULY 13. 1922
Inside of County S1.50 per year—Outside of County $2.00 per year
PRESBYTERIANS - BIG TIME PLAN-
PICNIC AT TULSA NED FOR JULY 20
The Presbyterian picnic at the
home of Rev. Clarence Campbell in
Tulsa, Sunday, whs a huge success in
every detail. The success of the oc-
casion reflects credit both on the pas-
tor of the church and the congregation
for it showed most conclusively that
they are working together.
More than two hundred Claremore,
people, members and friends of the!
church, and the Claremore people who!
now reside in Tulsa, gatherd at Rev.
Campbell's home at 2424 East 16th
street, in the suburbs. Forty cars
made the trip from Claremore and
everybody who wanted to go had
They were made to feel at home
immediately. Upon arrival the guests
were permitted to clean up at "Ott's
Baths," a pan and plenty of running
water being provided with thei neces-
sary soap, towels, and so forth. Then j
the visitors were refreshed with a
drink of "Radium Water." . At least
that was what the sign said the ice
water was. Then a short rest at the
"Pair Grounds Park," with buffet
luncheon afterwards at "The Palm
Garden." Mr. Campbell had prepared
signs indicating each place. " The
Sequoyah Hotel," a number of benches
and seats, were also provided for the
visitors' comfort. A sign on the road
to Mr. Campbell's house read, "Clare-
more, one block."
Prior to the enjoyment of the pic-
nic dinner, served cafateria style,
there were short services held on the
lawn. Mr. Campbell was assisted in
these services by Pat Murphy, pastor j
of the second Presbyterian church, of
Tulsa. There were hymns, a prayer,
and a short sermon by Rev. Murphy.
Then the assemblage "fell to." /
An elaborate spread had been ar-
ranged for the occasion. There was
fried chicken, many kinds of meat,
salads galore, and ice cream and cake.
There was plenty for dinner and an 1
abundance left over for the evening!
meal, to which all present were invit- j
ed. Some, however, spent the after- i
noon with friends in Tulsa, a num- i
ber visited the Sand Springs and other J
parks and left for home early. Others
remained until the cool of the evening j
before starting the run home. Tak- j
ing the number of cars into considera- j
cion that made the trip, there was
very little'trouble and delay.
The following registered themselves |
present at the picnic: Mr. and Mrs. I
J. W. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Bourke H.
Bayless, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Keith and
daughter, Gale, Mrs. E. McCullough,
T. A. Paul, Mrs. G. 0. Bayles and
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Heins, Miss
Mary Lemon, Mrs. Jennie Circle, Miss
Jo Lemon, Mrs. Lawrence Mehf, Mrs. j
Joseph Wolfe, Miss Mamie Bryan,
Miss Eloise Bishop, Miss Rebecca Flip-
pin, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bayless,
Mrs. J. C. Reed, Miss Beulah Ray,
Misrf Geraldine Besen, Dr. and Mrs.
C. W. Beson, Miss Margaret Ray,1
Miss Corinne Woods, Miss Mary
Louise Tanner, Miss Virginia Taylor,
Mrs. Callie Eaton, Pearl E. Tanner,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earle Fry, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter W. Shaw, and Wal-
ter and Martha Helen, Mrs. Alice
Peterson, Mrs. F. A. Atwood, Mr. and
Mrs. George Walkley, Mr. and Mrs.
Buford Carden and children, Aunt
Ada Foreman, Mrs. Nellie K. Ross,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lipe and daughter,
Muriel, Mrs. Arthur Robins, W. J.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Boyd,
Mrs. Kate McCracken and children,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Godbey, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Woods, Kelley Woods, Mar-
garet Woods, E. B. Howard, Ivan W.
Howard, Robert Taylor, Billy Brimm,'
Russell Van Nostrand, Reed Seward,
Jim, Seward, Harold Burrows, Joe
Burrows, Gazelle Lane, Mildred Smith,
Dorris Smith, Mildred Brookshire,
Mrs. T. M. Brookshire, Ruth Flippin,
Gladys Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. I. Loren
Fowler and son, Bobbie. Marguerite!
Story, 'Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Mitchell,
Ada Lillian Mitchell, Marie Mitchell,
D. G. Elilott and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Burleson, Miss Florida Burle-
son, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Flippin, Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Dunbar, Corolyn Dun-,
bar, Clarence C. Jeffers, Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Goodale, George Lucius Goodale,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Moore, Leon
Moore, Jim Collins, H. Tom Brown
Misses Ruth and Helen Brown, Let-
tie Langley, Greeta Burgess, Billy
Beeson, Dr. A. A. Swift and family,
Mr. and Mrs. G. U. McKinney, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Y. O'Bannon and son,
Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hines and
daughter, Clara, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Williver, Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert
Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
bert Tanner and family, Mrs. Maude
Freeman, of the Tulsa Tribune, Vic-
tor L. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Story and !
children, Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore,,
Mr. and Mra. A. C. Bents and family,
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hohl, George
Hohl, Mrs. W. W. Bryan, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Kates and Jack and Sadye
GIRL DRUGGED, ] J. W. ROBERTS PROGRAM FOR LE- SIDE LIGHTS ON
THROWN OUT, DROPS DEAD GION CONVENTION JUDGE OWEN
An intensive advertising campaign "If I told you—why, some morning
is being staged by the local McKinney- there'd be a girl found mysteriously
Montgomery post of the American murdered—me—and so I won't.
Legion for the Legion County Con-' This was the last word officers
vention to be held in Claremore,I could secure Thursday night, after
Thursday, July 20th. Posters are two solid hours of questioning, from
being placed' in all parts of the county j Mamie Bryonne, 19, stenographer,
carrying the mesage of the convention . who was thrown fr >m a speeding
and inviting all ex-service men and j automobile near Catoosa Tuesday aft-
their families to attend. It is quite ! ernoon by members of a party she had
likely that there will be present on ] been joyriding with.
that day more than a thousand peo- ! The girl, badly bruised and bearing
pie. numerous cuts and scratches though
The entertainment will take place j not seriously injured, was brought to
in the J. M. Davis building. The the Oklahoma hospital ab«tit 6 o'clock
program will • include among other Tuesday evening by a Doctor Smith
things: a radio concert, moving pic- Catoosa. Though promised pro-
tures, a good six round boxing bout tection, she persistently refused to
between Archie Miller and anyone j disclose any of the details of the wild
who has the nerve to meet him, and ride or tell the identity of the three
an address by Ross Lillard, an ex- men and two other women who were in
service man, candidate for lieutenant i the car. "They threatened to muurder
governor, of Oklahoma City. me if I told," she cried, "and I believe
Th^re will also be an old time square' them. Look what they have already
dance with seven of the best fiddlers done to me."
of the county to furnish the music. | "I am no angel,' the girl told Frank
There will be five barrels of lemonade Wolfe, deputy sheriff, "but I do work,
to quench the thirst of the visit- I have an old mother, 68 years of age,
ors and the biggest spread that at Claremore and also it little baby.
has ever been made in he county.
The tables will groan with good things
to eat. The day the Legion boys as-
semble in Claremore is destined to be
a red letter day in the history of the
LADIES WANT TO GIVE CANDI-
DATES "ONCE OVER"
The ladies of the Community Lea-
<?ie held a business meeting at th'
high school auditorium steps Monday
night and transacted current business,
Claims against the League were al-
lowed and ordered paid.
The ladies ar doing considerable
charity work at present. In fact they
are taking care of the charity work
of the town. Their chief handicap is
a lack of funds. The ladies were
grealy discouraged over the response
given the milk and ice fund. Already
they are providing ice for a number
of needy families and in a number of
cases are providing milk. Each case
1 work and support both of them and
I don't want my mother buying a
box' for me. That is what would hap-
pen if I told."
She refused to tell her mother's
name, saying that she wanted her
aged parent left out of the affair.
Miss Bryonne has bobbed hair and
is pretty.-As a result of the mistreat
ment accorded her Independence day
she is scarred with a black eye and
many scratches on her face. She
says she is employed by W. H. Dixon
of the Acme Fishing and Tool com-
pany of Pawhuska. He had planhed
to move his ofifce to Tulsa, about
three w«|eks ago, she said, and after
a visit with her mother she came here
awaiting the removal of the office.
"Today," she told Wolfe Thursday,
Mr. Dixon called and said that he was
not going to mo\*e his office. I told
him of my experience and I am going
back to work in Pawhuska just as soon
as my eye gets well."
She told the county officers that
she had been working for Dixon about
three months. She has previously
J. W. Roberts, local architect and a
member of the firm of Roberts and
Schwebke, died suddenly of heart
failure just before noon today while
on an outing on the Spavinaw river
with his wife and daughter near the
Tulsa club house.
Immediately following his death,
Mrs. Roberts walked to the Tulsa club
and phoned the news to Claremore. J.
Herbert Moore and Andrew Musgrove,
undertakers, left immediately for
Spavinaw to get the body which will
be brought to Claremore for services
The report first got out that Mr.
Roberts had been drowned, but news
from the club house failed to confirm
this rumor. It was stated that he
had died suddenly of heart failure and
was not drowned at all.
J. W. Roberts has been a resident of
Claremore for a good many years.
His architect work has taken him to
many places and he has friends scat-
tered all over this and other states
who will regret to learn of his sud-
den death. He leaves to mourn his
loss, a wife and three daughters, Vir-
ginia, Ruth and Graee.
The respective committees having The Cordell Beacon in reporting an
the work of handling the Legion Owen meeting at Cordell, had the fol-
: County Convention in charge had a lowing to say:
meeting at the Holland & Reed Mer-, Something unusual, as well as in-
fantile office Sunday night and per- structive and entertaining, in the way
fected a tentative program as fol- of policical campaigning was staged
lows: in Cordell Wednesday evening whtn
6:30—Reception Committee assem- Ned Looncy, formerly Assistant Coun-
ble at J. M. Davis building ready for ty Attorney of Oklahoma county and
work. , one of the leading lawyers of the stats
7:30 to 9:00—Radio Concert. and E. E. dinger, state agent for the
8:30 to 9:30—Business Sessions of Queen Insurant^ company and noted
both the Legion and Auxiliary. song leader, conducted community
9:30 to 9:45 Radio Address. singing on the east steps of the
9:45 to 10:05—Boxing, 10 rounds, j Court House, followed by a speech by
Archie Miller vs an Unknown. lMr. Looney 0n behalf of Judge Owen's
10:05 to 10:25 Ross N. Lillard,, candidacy for Governor. Mr. Olinger
candidate for Lieutenant Governor, I rel.,ted how he first net Judge Owen,
will make an address. Subject, "The; It.„ the Iittle thing8 of life that are
Benefits of the^Legion and Why You trU(J index of
a man's character.
i°n 9K e f'on o t\ , Judfre °wen was president of the
*0i25JO , i?°7S?Uare Dance and Brotherhood of the First Presbyter-
11 r" n* ' ian Church in Oklahoma City; this
11:30—Mess Call. i „ .
T ,. .. . . ^ , I Brotherhood conccerned itself with the
Indications point to a record crowd 1
at the convention which is to be held
poor unfortunate boys
is thoroughly investigated before any
mined that the call is a meretorious
help is given so that it is fully deter-! lived in Claremore and Tulsa. During
one• j her present stay here she is living at
The ladies are doing considerable ! the J. D. Morrison home, 1903 East
a meeting to which would be invited all j Twenty-first, just east of the ghostly
ing Monday night that they would like ! skeleton of the half completed St.
the county candidates of both parties John's hospital. She said that Mrs,
so that the ladies might get the views
of the candidates and get acquainted
with them. It is quite likely that
there will be two meetings, one for the
democrats and one for the republicans
so there will be plenty of time for all
candidates to get a word. Arrange-
Morison was an old friend.
While refusing to disclose the
identity of the parties in the car
from which she was thrown she did
tell Wolfe that she had known them
about two weeks. The car was a
black Studebaker. The people came
ments for such meetings are now un- j lo the Morrison home about 2 o'clock
der way. Tuesday afternoon and asked her to
go for a ritle. She accepted she said,
YOU MAY DRIVE ON THE NEW and they started for Catoosa. On the
GRAVEL ROAD ' way they started drinking corn whis-
The contractors having in charge-; key. she told the officers that she
the construction of the gravel road to-1 wa8 £orced to drink 8ome of the liquo„
ward Verdigris announce their desire Not far this side of Catoosa, she said,
of having the public use the road that the fight started and one of the men
has alieady been laid. Travel on the pierced her right shoulder twice with
base help to setle it and will show a hypodermic needle. A moment lat-
the defects if any there be. The road ter, half conscious, she was thrown
is open to travel until such a time as bodny from the auto.
the top coat is put on. She was picked up by an unidenti-
It is the intention of the conctrac- fied pa8Sing motorist and taken to
tors to build a model road out of this Doctor Smith's home who after ad-
stretch so that other counties planning ministerjng first aid brought her to
the construction of gravel roads may 1 the Oklahoma hospital Her cloth-
come to Claremore and see the road in ing was torn in many places. There
actual use. The instructions were to ■ were marks on her arm where the
build the road without a wave in it if j needle had been thrust. The girl
it took a year to build it. wa8 released from the hospital at
9:30 o'clock Tuesday night. She dis-
appeared and it was only after a hard
search Thursday that she was located
at the Morrison home.
D. H. Cummins, of Tulcaloosa, Ala., Reports of Miss Bryonne's escapade
is in the city for the fourth time for were first received by local authori-
se use of the Radium water. Mr. ties about 6 o'clock Tuesday evening
Cummins is a real Radium water when the telephone operator at Ca-
booster and rightly so, for he has a toosa phoned the sheriff's office. The
real reason for being proud of what operator reported that the car with
the water did for him. He first came the three drunken men and two wo-
to Claremore in 1908. The home doc- men was headed towards Tulsa. Sev-
tors had given him up to die with eral deputy sheriffs immediately
stomach trouble. They said he could started for Catoosa by two routes and
not possibly live without an operation, police officers were also informed.
He came, stayed 22 days and drank I However, the car if it returned to
the water and went home practically Tulsa, eluded the deputy sheriffs and
cured. His home doctors could not the police officers who were watching
believe their eyes. They thought he roads leading into Tulsa and by the
should surely be dead by that time, time officers heard of the girl's ar-
Since then whenever he feels a touch rival at the Oklahoma hospital she
of his old trouble he come back for had already been discharged.—Tulsa
some more of the Radium. It is the World, Friday.
fountain of life for him.
DETAILS OF DEATH
OF J. W. ROBERTS
The details surrounding the death j
of J. W. Roberts on Spavinaw Monday
are given by H. C. Schwebke, his
business partner and a member of the
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and daugh-
ters, Grace and Ruth, and Mr. and
Mrs. Schwebke and children had gone
to the mouth of Spavinaw Sunday
morning to be gone until Wednesday.
They had pitched camp and Monday
morning Mr. Roberts arose earlier
than the rest, about 4 o'clock, to get
early fishing. Later he was followed
to the creek by Mr. Schwebke and
they remained until a thunder storm
came up and they hurried back to the
camp to ditch the tent and get it in
shape to resist the rain. Mr. Roberts
had dug about five feet of ditch at
the back of the tent when he became
ill and was forced to lay down. Mr.
Schwebke and Ruth Roberts hastened
to Strang for a doctor who arrived be-
fore Mr. Roberts died, but all efforts
to save his life by stimulants failed.
He took sick about 10 o'clock in the
morning and died at 11 o'clock. The
cause of his death was apoplexy.
After Mr. Roberts died Mr.
SchWtbke and Mrs. Roberts went to
the Tulsa club house and phoned the
news to Claremore. J. Herbert Moore
Andrew Musgrove and Homer Draper
left immediately for that place to get
the body. They got bff the road and |
were a little late in arriving. They
returned to Claremore at 7 o'clock
Monday night and prepared the body I
Funeral services will be held from ,
the First Christian church, Wednes-
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Bert, R. W., and Nanse Pitts, of
Muskogee, brothers of Mrs. Roberts,'
her mother, and a sister, Mrs. Gatey,,
of Louisana, are in Claremore to at-
tend the funeral.
J. W. Roberts was a member of the'
firm of Roberts & Schwebke, archi-
tects, with offices here. He had been i
a resident of Claremore for a good
many years and his firm enjoyed a
in rio.., m„.. mi.. j . . . w j they lifted them from uie gutter,
in Claremore, Thursday night, July . : , ... , . , 6,
20th. Fully a thousand people are ex- & M ' W°* *°r
pected to be in attendance, legion boys ^ When JMr" 0 trlg<-r Judge
and their families and members of ?we" engaged Lin that k,nd of work
the Legion Auxiliary and their fami- for hu,nan,ty he d*clded right then
lies. There will be another meeting t,iat 0wen was the kind of nlan he
of the committee Thursday night. wanted to tie to.
In the beginning of Judge Owens
TWIN EPIDEMIC HAS STRUCK ia™Pai<? . his wife became seriously
TIAWAH ca''ed loyal supporters to-
gether from all over the state and
No longer is Tiawah just a wide ^ tht'm.that he dld not Wlsh to e°
place in the road. The town has btu'k 0,1 h,s fr,ends but under the ex
broken into the limelight with both Iat,n* circumstances he felt compelled
feet. The epidemic has struck. The 10 withdraw his candidacy.
twins have begun to arrive. Mr. and However his friends insisted he
Mrs. Wm. Waller are entertaining a -shculd lot withdraw and after ex-
pair of twin boys and Mr. and Mrs. Plaininff that he would not leave his
Denny Chambers are rejoicing over wife under any circumstances until
the arrival of a pair of twin girls. her complete recovery, he consented
Tiawah is a good neighborhood. She to remain in the race.
is doing her bit. The editor certainly Then in plain blunt language Judg
hopes that the crops are good down in Then in plain blunt language Judge
that neck of the woods. When they Owen said to that assembly of his
get to arriving 2 at a a time, one needs original supporters "If any man in
a fat purse to meet the bills. Hope this assembly is supporting my can-
chere is plenty of hired help. 'lne 1 didacy with the exipectation of getting
mothers will need it. We are reminded an appointrtient, if I am elected he is
that there were just 22 hired girls at doomed to disappointment, only
our house in the first year of our twin's , proper qualifications and real merit
life. Hurrah for Tiawah! She is j will influence my appointments."
following a good leader. Claremore These little intimate glimpses into
is the twin champion of the world, but Judge Owen's life gives one a true
willingly and gladly acknowledges the 1 refictiou of his character.
feat of two pair within a week. Judge Owens -has a large following
in Washita county and will receive a
COMMERCIAL CLUB MET AT splendid vote.
The Claremore Commercial Club
met at the Palm Garden Thursday
noon, July 6th, 1922, for the trans-
action of current business.
DR. HENLEY'S HOME IS ENTER-
ED BY A THIEF
Sunday morning between the hours
of 4 and 5 o'clock, a thief entered the
M. R. Harrison was present with a home of Dr. L. H. Henley near the
request from the local post of the | Methodist church and ransacked the
American Legion county convention house while the occupants were sloep-
here Thursday, July 20th. The $25 ing soundly. Dr. Henley's watch, a
was donated by the club which will valuable one, was taken, some money
render every assistance to make the and a number of other articles. A
convention a success. watch belonging to Dr. J. P. Ward, a
A committee, at the request of D. A. traveling salesmar for the medical de-
Wilhoite, free fair secretary, was ap- partment of Armour & Co., who was a
pointed to help arrange the program guest at the Henley home, was also
for the free fair this year. stolen. The thief entered by unhook-
A communication from a traveling ing the screen of the front door and
man in which a protest against the made his exit by the same route. The
flies in Claremore was registered, will robbery happened during the rain and
be turned over to Dr. C. W. Beson,, was not discovered until the family
city health ofifcer. An investigation [ awoke Monday morning. The offi-
will also be made to determine the cers were notified but the thief was
merit of the protest. not caught.
The local Club's dues to the North-
eastern Oklahoma Chamber of Com- FAKE SPIRIT IS EXPOSED AT
THIS MAN A REAL RADIUM
All of the registration books were
sent out Monday by Mrs. Frank Ertell,
County Registrar. The registration
books will open on the morning of the
12th t>f July and will close on the
night of the 21st. Persons who have
not registered and other persons who
have moved from a precinct since re-
gistering should register. Also in
those precincts where the registration
books have been lost, the voters are
asked to go to the registration offi-
cer of their ward and register. This
will save confusion.
merce for two quarters were allowed
and ordered paid.
Current claims were allowed and or-
NEWS FROM SCOUrs TRAINING
QUITE A DIFFERENCE
Charley Harris and Cal Eaton, of
Oolagah, were two Claremore visitors An office boy was asked by a wait-
Monday. ing visitor in the reception room of a
Joe Haus«, who is employed in certain firm how much he earned a
Tulsa, spent the week-end in the city week. "Fifty dollars," he replied,
with relatives and friends. The visitor later told the employer
———^what the boy had said and the young-
Kates, Mrs. Lillian Carr, Mr. and Mrs. ster was called on the carpet.
Joe Chambers, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. _ "Did you tell Mr. Smith that you
Kaho, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyd and got fifty dollars a week?" he was
son, Bobbie, and there possibly were sternly asked.
others who neglected to register on "No sir," he replied, "I said I earn-
dte roster. ed fifty dollars; I get five."
More than 90 Tulsa county Boy
Scouts enjoyed their first Sunday re-
creation period in camp Sunday. Be-
ginning the day with the regular flag
raising services, the Scouts immedi-
ately after breakfast assembled for
church and Sunday School services
under their respective leaders.
At 10, a number of visitors, parents
and friends of the boys had arrived at
camp and at noon more than 50 visit-
ors were served with lunch in the huge
mess hall. Although the day was
given over mostly to recreation chos-
en by the Scouts, interesting water
sports and contests took place at 3.
A spiritualistic seance at the home
of Joseph E. Hutcherson at Vern sta
It was announced that D. C. Moor- tion on the Sand Springs road was
ing, of the extension division of the rudeiy broken up Friday night when
A. & M. College at Stillwater, would the "materializing medium," a man
be in Claremore at a near future date by the name of Lee who is said to live
and would make a suryey of the Dog in Oklahoma City, was exposed as a
Creek hills country with an idea of fakir by a member of the audience,
prevailing on the farmers in this sec- The medium was grabbed whUe p^.
tion of the county to convert same into ing as an Indian girl spiritj the 3pirit
a fruit and berry territory and get guide of one in the audience. For a
away from the small grain crops. brief moment the ,jghts were turned
D. Esco Walker, a representative of on and the figure was recognized as
the club to the recent international l^. Then someone turned off the
convention of the Lions Club at Hot lights and in aImost five minutes of
Springs, Ark., rendered a report. darkness the 50 or 60 people present
The following were present at the almost fought in the excitement at-
meeting: J. Herbert Moore, Erie Fry, tending the exposure of the self-
M. R. Harrison, Napoleon Johnson, W. styied "materializing medium."
C. Kates, Lawrence Mehr, D. Esco ______
Walker, F. S. Walker, Leo A. Moore,
H. O. Hurst, E. E. Woods, M. P.
Browning, J. C. Reed, G. D. Davis, and
W. R. Holland. „ . v ~ . .
, Paul Nesbitt, speaking in the inter-
Col. S. M. Barrett and Prof. W. S. T V** T «0Ver"°r' "d:
dresod a small crowd of interested
NESBITT SPEAKS IN INTEREST
OF JACK WALTON
Bryan are in Ft. Sill attending the
summer training camp for reserve of-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sunday spent
Sunday in Tulsa with friends.
voters at the City Hall park Monday
evening. He was introduced by W.
R. Holland, on invitation of Jack
The address of E. B. Howard in the Boren. Nesbitt in the course of his
city hall park, Saturday night was Pemark.s attacked the federal reserve
well attended and appreciated by all banking system and both of Walton's
who heard it oppnents, Wilson and Owen. His
Miss Josephine Teetors, of Fall audience, although small, gave him
relatives at Henryetta, is in Clare- close attention.
more again for a short visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keith Earl Silky, of Tulsa, spent the
before returning home. week-end in the city with friends.
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