The Crescent Times (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1939 Page: 2 of 4
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The Crescent Times, Crescent, ukla., Thursday, March 0,
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TI IF. CRESCENT TIMES
Bftabllshed. December, 1906
Thur -lay nt Crescent, Oklahoma
. Editor and
r • • J.'OCOliV OJ. 1:• under Ac!
Tpil- I •
Columbi a news 1 , • ..rr
Mr* IT A
Mr8. <. i .loh
lira Delia Mao
near Crescent u
. : and daugh*
ind Lortno of
. :i.rI> Wednesday morning. >< «
panted by Mr. and Mrs Ifn
Smith, Mrs. Grace Low.- ami
Hot). Ralph and .lames, foi i
with relatives :<t Blue Rld*«
Oilman City. Missouri.
C U S T () M
We will hatch Hill or more Turkey Ekks
For ^2( - Loss amounts each
We «ill hatch a traj or more lien hnu*-
?f ^?c i
For - each - Less amounts -fVeatn
We hatch any number of chickens on
:!0 days notice. Order your chicks in
We ait t'ullj equipped tt blood-test
and vaccinate your chickens.. . .
Salshury's Chicken Remedies
Phon- f.Fi: Ml. South of Crescent
'Where the liig Pictures Play'
Show Start* at 7:110 F. M.
Friday and Saturday
M \ lit H in and II
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SANTA FE STAMPEDE
featuring John Wa
and Tune Martel
'orrlg-an. Max Terhun*
COLOR CARTOON and
I'KTE SMITH SPECIALTY
HAWK < H THE WILDERNESS'
Chapter No. ti. *'VALLEY OF sKilXH"
Admission 10c and 20c
Every Saturday - 1:30 lo l:.S0
Sunday, Monday and Tuesda>
VI \ 1(4 II 12 1.1 arid It
starring Alice Fay* constance Bennett and Nancy
Kelly with Joan Davis. Charles Farrell Jane Wyroan
and Kan- Richmond
COLOR ( AKTOON and SPORTLKiHT
Admission 10c and 26c
Wednesday and Thursday
MA1U II 1 r. and 1(1
KOH'l 1 I \ I N < iST< > \ and KY W In
ORPHANS OF THE STREET
with June Storey. Kalph Morgan Harry Davenport
and Herbprt Rawllnson
1 IK.Alt iiKVNEDY COMEDY
FOX MOVIETONE NEWS
Admission 10c and 20c
MARCH 10. 20 and 21
PERSONS IN HIDING 8\i N I LOUIS BLUES
••CAKE ROCIFTY", "A MAX TO RDIEMBEK",
WOMAN DOCTOR WIF1 HI BBAIfD LVD
I Wl M. v I< , I , v M. MODI I I w < • U
FLYIXG IRISHMAN™, "GtJXGA DW and
"RACK DOOR ro m WIN
Mr <' r. N't-al of Wickett. Tex.
visited with his daughter Mrs.
Durrlil Davison at the I.ou Davi-
son home last Monday.
Complimenting Mr. and Mrs.
Jt-rde of Comstock, Wise, who are
jests of her brother Fred Her
her and Mrs. Hrescher. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Cain « ntertained with
party Wednesday night, when
; nests included former school
in <t« s ol vlrs. Jerde when she at-
tended school at Surprise school.
Those present In addition to the
honor guests ami hosts were: Mr.
:iad Mrs Opa Barnhlll and family
i,[ Lovell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
I.udwig and sons, Mr and Mrs.
W liter Young, Mr and Mrs. Chaa.
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght
Lightle and son, Mr. and Mrs.
' barley Harris and children, Miss
\ udrey Do Jarnett, Mr. and Mrs.
< harles O'Hern Mr. Pat O'Hern,
ad Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hcrscher.
Mrs. Richard Grape, daughter
Marian and son Melvin, Mrs. Clar.
• 11co Barker and daughter Betty
ud Mi and Mrf Everett Stewart
spent Monday evening at the homo
nt Mr and Mrs. Lou Davison.
Mrs Johannah Oltmann enter-
tained with ft family dinner last
Sunday when guests were Mr.
and Mrs. John Oltmann and fam-
Uy nnd Ml and Mrs. Fred Olt-
mann and family of Crescent and
George Kertzenger of Stillwater.
As a ' Ourtesv to Mrs. Miles J
Williams, Mi.-. Richard Grape and
Mrs. Everett St-wart entertained!
with a "pink and blue" shower
at the Stewart home Thursday
afternoon. .Those present were:
Mite. Lou Davison. Mrs Bessie
Williams, Mrs. CI l\ Johnston,
Mrs. Fred Sebring of Lo\.ll, Mrs.
R. li Payne
• 'I ni u«
Horn, Mr Warren Davison.
Ml I >U11 ... : 11.my
Rrueggen and Mi Marian Grape.
Miss Minnie Sebrlng- returned
from the hospital at Oklahma
City Wednesday, and after spend-
ing several days at the home of
her sister Mrs. Jack Moran at
Crescent wil! return to the home
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Will
Sebrlng to remain until she Is able
to resume her work at Crescent.
Mrs. Henry Rrueggen went to
Kingfisher Wednesday morning to
attend the Home Demonsratlon
council meeting and the luncheon
given by Miss Gladys Thompson
for members of the demonstration
Mr. and Mrs Irvln Htalder were
week-end guests of relatives at
As a surprise courtesy to Her-
bert Oltmann . ♦ lebratlon of
his birthday group of friends
Watch For Important Announcement April
Keep Your Car Clean
A clean and well greased car not only is
presentable to the public and an image
of its owner it is good economy.
Proper lubrication with dirt and sand
eliminated by proper washing means
less repair bills. See Hester Richards
for the highest quality automotive
Wash & Lubrication
Tiro Repairing 1)-X Motor Fuels-
Diamond Tfiit Motor Oils
Richard s D-X Service Station
Phone 7 Crescent ft!
D-X WILL START I I
It doesn't get too cold and on the other
hand it doesn't get too warm for D-X
Motor fuel. E. Y. Wells says that he
knows D-X is the best gasoline or
motor fuel because he uses it and has
tried all the others. That is the reason
he is selling D-X.
TRACTOR TUBES VULCANIZED
D-X SERVICE STATION
"B TIRE SHOP
E. Y. Wells. Prop.
Phone G —oOo— Crescent
Iher H' nry Oltmann last Monday
evening for a stag par y Cards
furnished the evening's division
afterw hich a lunch was served to
John Oltmann, Fred Oltmann,
Theodore Oltmann Melvin Seaim.
Karl Vaddcr. Arthur Koch. Monroe
Karlker, Guy Kariker. Roy Se-
brim Gene . Willia ink- Henr> Olt-
mann and Herbert Oltmann
Tie Co!umbia ftebekah lodge
held its regular meeting at th
hall Thursday night
Members of tlv Columbia Home
Demonstration «lub who attended
the covered dish luncheon and
quilting bee at the hall Friday
were: Mrs. Jack Cain, son Wyley,
Mrs. Ott Tharp. Mrs. Johannah
Oltmann, Mrs. Estella Hedrick,
Mrs Karl Vadder, Mrs. Albert
Seigmann, Mrs. Francis Baxter,
son Delano, Mrs. Arthur Koch.
Miss Goldie Slegmann and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Borelli
and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Brien
of Kingfisher spent Friday even-
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Will Sebrlng who has been
staying at the home of her son
Fred Sebrlng near Lovell since
her recent Illness, returned to
her home Wednesday.
Mrs. Elmer Swank recelvod a
communication from Mrs. Guy
Cole of Welch, who formerly liv-
ed in his community that her
daughter Betty, who recently un-
derwent an operation for appen-
dicitis, had returned from this
hospital Friday and w.im Improv-
Mrs. Fannie McCandless and
Mrs. C. W. Thomison spent Mon-
day afternoon at Hennessey where
they visited Miss Pansy Harris.
Mr and Mrs W. M Kuver had
as their guests at dinner Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Sam Kuver, daugh-
ter Virginia Lee and Mr and Mrs.
Duane Kuver and son of Crescent,
and Mr. and Mi Hal Fillmor •
and family of Mulhall.
Others who came In the after-
noon were Mrs Grace Stan fill and
son Ansel of Kingfisher. Mr and
Mrs Louis Moran and son Frank
Edna Steen, Mrs Bessie Williams
Mrs. Fred Travis and children
and Mrs. G. F. Johnson and dau-
ghters Delia Mae and Loreno.
Lyman Bogess and Earl and
Roy Moore made a business trip
to Vici Saturday
Henry Don and Lenor< wil-
liams were supper guests of their
grandmother Mrs. Bessie Williams
Mrs. Fannie McCandless return
ed Sunday afternoon from i
*e< k--. visit Lt wlchlta
Mrs. C. W. Thomison spent Fri-
day with Mrs. DicK Travis
Mr Bessie Williams entertali
ed at dinner Sunday when guests
were Mrs Fred Travis, daughters
Norma and Dorothy Lee and son
Clyde Dale, Edna Steen, and Mrs.
G F John:.on . f ti laugh^ei Delia
Mae ind Lorene
Mr. Fred Travis .tnd -oi Juni-
or and Glen Join
Mrs. Fannie McCandless was the
ruest of Mrs C. W. Thomison for
upper Sunday evening.
Mrs. Henry Brueggen the Tr
Mesa club meeting at the home «
Mrs. Harold Le Gate at Kingftsh-
o i: Tibbitts announces that h« will again this year
operate the same ice route with some additional miles
as he did last year. Then in addition to this route he
will open a new route to Lovell and southwest from
The same Ice Prices as of last year
will be maintained this year. 50 cents
per 100 lbs. delivered in the country.
Anyone wishing to he included on the route,
Please come in or call.
O. E. TIBBITTS
Groceries - Ice - Meats
EVERY DAY SERVICE
We don't specialize in one-day
service a week. We specialize in ser-
vice for every day of the week. Deli-
very service and personal courteous
service for those who like to call at the
Our meats are fresher and our
groceries are of the better grades and
our prices are lower when the quality
of merchandise and service is con-
We personally recommend
Gold Medal Flour for all
kind of baking.
l OKKEST nYIiAND, Owner
JOHN DEERE General Purpose TRACTOR
CAN YOU GET ALL THESE FEATURES:
The QomJUn* they'r<p y\\
3 POINT COMBIN1
J Fvtl Si* C*rf —
it** •' •« 1M « nun HI «
J cylinder —
tamov* u+t ryilnd** tfen*
•rviM h« natwrai, Mwy way. OHnfi "V* wdl>l I
<• th* MHotl MttWiM H*l*
J Full Width tfruivht Thrw
• Iwcnt, no corn*«i f* r*io<«i *v*n flow hut
hr*M0h "lOkl* «M- mli^" HWI«
I Mile East one-fourth South Columbia
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• Simple, i u^t-U two-cylinder en-
Hine, designed to burn low-cost fuelt,
•One-piece gear cane—perfect
alignment of pans
• Forced crnnkcase ventilation to
prevent formation of oil sludge
• Full-pressure lubrication
• MutHer and spark ut iestr*
• Lifetime oil filter
• Positive ft ear-driven fan
• Tbermo-slphon temperature
• Power delivered in straight Hue
• Beit pulley ou crankshaft—full
engine power to bell
• Fuiiy adjustable sieAiliia con-
• ilydiuulic power uf<
• Safe band sinrtiug
• Foot*operated differentia)
• KhUiatui uliultli Imutl t^vu
MOllwd frOTn Mit
* I'hree-way fuel control from seat
* Unobstructed vision lo either
side of tractor
* Ample platform for easiest oper-
ating while standing
* All par^s reached without get'
dug under tractor
* Clutch adjusted lu 5 minutes—
clutch linings replaced in 15 min-
* Hand clutch can be operated
from the ground to attach mi
* Hear wheels adjustable from 56
to 84 inches
* The most complete line oi inte-
gral and drawn equipment
Because of this combination of
features, John Deere General Pur-
pose Tractors insure greater de-
pendability, longer life, more oper-
ating economy, lower upkeep costs,
«asler operation, and greater acces-
•ibilry and adaptability.
WJhlf l* ron thf Mtorn about the succe* fui use or LOW-COfT fUO
Crescents Leading Hardware
Graff Hardware "Co.
YOUR FUEL DOLLAR GOES FARTHER IN A JOHN DEERE
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