The Crescent Times (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1939 Page: 1 of 6
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THE CRESCENT TIMES
Vol. No. 32
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A Democratic Nowspajker
The Crescent Times, Crescent, Okla., Thursday, April 18^ 1939
By H O W
♦ • •
\ i voir \ rioN
Out t*iiy officials have vindi-
cated ot any acqusations that
might have been made about mis-
handlii . • f • .ty «o\- rnuu nt. In
the i e« n oh tlon the old m« ru-
bers o/ the council went back
with substantial leads an<l tlrus
Kill Richards Changes , O.E..S. GRAND
Service Stations, Sat.
I ti 11 Richards who has been lo-
ted for the past tour years in
e service station one mile suuth
| of the Cimarron River bridge,
, n-pu) be located Saturday in the
fa}?) wlu' Rtat'on one-half mile east
huuoV^H ' present location, formerly
[occupied by Clayton Harlan.
k it I Chapter Mi-iiiIu'in \lteiul
Grand Chapter Yflivllng
ll the recominenda-
tow unpeople s a
he council for do-
ill r. 4
th: we don't want
tbim-.s that w
w a in
I have that
\. should remember
l* in their places
\ O lid
I.* iilng- th t other
. w nu-
1 not like and thus
i> m. If we can't take
fall to give it.
f airs ire in excel-
sw *• r
>\ we should feel
i nclal statement
' :e are lots of
need but those
new home or i
\\*e inn d an-
il ilrst .is * to
fford to do
ond Grade pupils tin-
d« i tl - direction of their teach-
er, Mrs. Forrest Scrivener, will
pre . nt th* chapel program Wed-
nesday afternoon, April 19. at 2
o'clock In tin- high school audi-
torium, to which th* parents and
th. public art invited to attend.
A musical p'.ay, "Seven Dwarfs
Visit Snow White," has fur it«
< ha meters. Lydia Pfrlmmer, the
Witch Jimmy Carniicha*i, the
1 Vinco; Judith Lindley, as Snow
White, Kenneth Nelson, ns Doe;
l.e Roy MeQtiire, as Happy I
'' Hi rd, h Sneezy; Kenneth
Chapman, as Bashful; Jerry Gut-
ter, h Grumpy Odeun Wilson,
as Shi and 10 Id on Hatch as
Dop> y The entire lass of 42
pupils are Included in the song.
Judith Lindley and Jimmy f'ar-
mlehael each sins; a nolo.
Other short plays are. The
Wonderful Clock," which in-
clude* 14 little children. A pan-
"Th> Little Boy Who Ran
with Betty Mae Short
e dor, and five little girls
larkable 11a by."
Kervldcs For .liin Vln
in Held In Chapel.
oi it i ii i : \ riti.
The people of this community
are passing up one of the finest
entertainments and a swell busi-
ness here in Crescent when they
fail to attend the picture show.
George Graff has one of the fin-
est shows in the country and one
that is far superior to any In a
community of this size that 1
Mr Graff works with the
schools of Crescent and the
churches of Crescent and he per-
sonally Is a very high type man.
He gives this community the very
best in picture shows and en-
tertainment, eliminating the cheap
vulgar shows and showing the
pictures he wants his family to
see and this community.
I would like to see more en-
thusiasm and Interest t&keu In
U l M Kit III .LP
We need he-lp to build Cres-
cent Into a lai g* community.
The one way that we can do this
is to buy in Crescent and buy
Crescent merchandise whenever
We now liav« t very fine bak
• ry here and it d- serves our sup
port the same as any other in
• a use it has
of giving a
product ai .
' 'rescent in
ice club an
« f the town
Vani Knds SeAMm
A Showing I )f
The tulmult and the shouting
have died, the smoke has drifted
away the fur has Quit soaring
through the stratosphere and
Phillips University has .'.aid away
1th basketballs for another year.
Hoy Wilber, son of R. A Wll-
ber of Crescent is a member of
the varsity team which wound
up Its career this year at the na-
tional tourney, where they drop-
dep from the running at an early
round, but a glance at their rec-
ord shows that of the 24 games
they played they broke evi fo
show a percentage of .r 00.
However, the scores by the
final compilation show that they
piled up 7 27 points to their op-
ponents C74. an average of 30
Haymaker and 2S opponent scores
The intramural basketball tour-
he- 1 nament uuod this week,
the Frosh squad taking upon
net- year}-. Its shoulders
putation of! and the Senior;
I rea <
ioining with the serv-
• i in other activities
ent br< ad
neck, each having
its eight starts, \
and then the yc
through to the 1<
of ?0-l .
ft is pos.sihl th
had gon on even ,
ere neck and
won seven of
hen they met
id by a score
Funeral services for Jams*
Henry Vincent was held Friday
afternoon at 2:.10 o'clock in the
chapel of the Yenzer Brothers
Funeral Home, with Rev. C. O.
Wiggins officiating. Burial was
In the Knowles Cemetery
Music was furnished by a
quartet, Mrs. R. J. Haas. Mrs.
Vivian Fortune, A. L. Langston
and John Thornton with Mrs
William Murry, accompanist.
Pallbearers were Charles Botes,
Don MatheHon, A. A. Hart, W. R
Lane, Rev Frazier and f P
Mr. Vincent suffered a paraly-
tic stroke Saturday morning nnd
passed away it his home. Thurs-
day April 6. 1039 He was the
son of Robert and Mary Vin-
cent and was born in Tike Coun-
ty. Ohio. December 19. 1862, and
at the time of his death was 77
vears, 3 months and 17 days. He
had been a resident of Crescent
for many years.
He was married to May Hays
In 1886 and to this union was
horn four children. His wife and
one small daughter preceeded him
After coming to Oklahoma, he
was married to Mrs. Minnie
Nairn, to this union five chil-
dren were born. His wife and
one daughter. Mrs. Martha Shaf-
fer preceeded him In death.
He is survived by an older
brother, John Vincent of Chey-
enne; his daughters, Mrs. Blanche
Wright of Cheyenne. Mrs. Llda
Terhune of Ryan, Mrs. Leona
Rouse of Roxana, his sons Rob-
ert Vincent and Ed Vincent both
of Cheyenne, Harry Vincent of
Crescent and Clyde Vincent of
Oklahoma Cjty, a step-daughter,
Mrs. Zola Ryland of Crescent. Be-
sides his family he leaves 2#
grandchildren, several nieces and
nephews and other relatives
Miss June Davis Wins
Tli^h Elective Honor',
j Mrs. Alta McNe r. secretarj. of
j the local chapter of the Order
j of the Eastern Star and Grand
! Representative of the state of
j Arizona left Monday morning for!
oklahoma City where sh will
attend Grand Chapter which is J
I pV A V/ held this week. Tuesday Wed-
I KIUA Y I M
j iiicipal Auditorium Monday Mr*
McNeer attended r« h« arsal for |
the "Calvaciule" which opened
the program at 1 o'clock Tim*- |
Mrs. Flora Patrick, worthy ma-
tron and also a delegate of the
local chapter left Tuesday morn-
ing and will be ia Oklahoma City
tl< remainder of the week. Mrs.
Patrick attended the secretaries'
breakfast at 8 o'clock Wedn^s-
d .y morning at tie Sklrvln hotel,
while Mrs. McNeer met at 7:30
o'clock, with the other grand i
representatives for 'breakfast t
the same hotel.
Many other members were .
present for part or all of the ses-
sions. Som there were Mrs
Mae Macy, Mrs. Bessie Buck-
nam, Mrs. Whllma Clan In.
Mrs. Mary Bridal, Mrs. Edith
Graff, Mrs. Velma Hood. Mrs.
Ada McNeer, Mrs Laura Brown.
Mrs. Lucille Graff. Mrs Emma
Adams, and Mrs Bertha Antrim
and Mrs. Thelma Goodrich
Crescent Students Kate
High! At Phillips I'niv.
Miss Jean Booth, daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. t.) 11 Booth and]
Raymond Ryland son ot Mi and
Mrs. Harry Ryland. are rated
among th* upper third percent I
of Phillips I'niverslty students!
on a current lffairn test given
last week at the university In |
C. H. S. BAND
WINS I IKS I
llantl Alter. 1 I e-il\al
II MM ti .ii i..11•.i .II
Club (< « U lahoma
ON MONDAY :
TO BE HEAVY
that It w<
that of ti
Ing of ti
6:30 p. m.
i lie I nr Made For lllkt
Monday, Lions Chit*
.i \ftend Mftv I
eetlnir was started at
m by playing softball.
u fell th* boys went
bin where various games
ived. Follow!nv? thin a
i tin was held In
w is decided to take a
T-''««nday nnd to change
nl'-rbt to Monday so
mid not conflict with
Lions Club. A meet*
n Bar Council
hei Troop til will
th Scout cabin *t
Monda>. April 17 with
ain won first in
was held Satur-
wltll Miss June
drum majors in
Miss Mahnk. 1
f Mr and Mrs.
as| of to
he bos« u
arlous ti i
\ Cottr; •
t the Sc< u*
n May 1
j rt unlt>
m I • t'
w l! 14 •
sill he held
6:30 p. m.
to attend to
ltatbui of the
v ere enter* I
oncei t ami ii
The band .
first v ■ r all
Miss Betty Jean Morrison,
niece of Mr and Mrs Chris Mc-
Clure won first in cornet. The
brass quartet tied for first place.
Tin band in their marching re-
ceived from the Judges, an aver-
age of 95 per cent
The grade school band won
first place in concert and re-
ceived very favorable comment
from the Judges.
Three seconds wen won, the
band in concert, losing by one
point to the Ya.le band that won
first also last year at Marshall.
Bill Blackmon won second in
drum and Lloyd Herron second
Those placing in third division
w r« Grade school reed quartet;
I i«> I • rt Clarl. in elarinet: Mar-
• lllng co
or:■ 1 reasons for
;i rubber stamp
me ure.s up to
ongr. h had to
n>. md it could
• ••1 i do-nothing
! In Garb* i Sen
Od t '
Miss Norman June Davis,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H^nry
Simmering, according to reports
received from th* Stephens* Col-
minute longer! "t Columbia, Mo., was elect-
! Seniors w ould have copped I to ,ho office of president of
tie crown They were trailing | ^amPUs Service Board, after s
14-2 at the half and had Just got | *'°ek of campaigning. Miss Davis
going good when the final gun
tided their hopes
A. W. HALLMARK. Pastor
We hope everyone has gotten
.such deep and lasting tmpre*.
slons from the programs, page-
ants and sermons that the fact
of the Resurrection shall Inspire
and cause us to undertake to
practice the presence of the Risen
and Living Lord; for only thus
ar. we able to prove our faith In
Him to others.
The National Junior Shake-
speare Club through the co-oper-
atlon of local teachers and cJub
women will formed here
Mrs. Cloyd Rogers has been
selected as supervisor of the club's
state representative. Mrs. Ger-
trude McKay, because of her spo-
■ lal qualification- Three years
ollege work In education
dramatics tv years at Phillips
ITnlversity at Enid. One year St
loseph's Academy at Guthrie, has
had two years experience in kin-
The club is Iw ational in pur
pose and is designed to give
grade and junior high
children a combination course la
speech, dramatics and story-tell-
ing based on the works of the
famous bard, in simplified form
•nd In such a way that It will . - .
appear 1IL• play to them. At the j
same tin II prf par,^ them for m«j Firuf Initlflt^H Tn
Ihflr lilgli school Fnullsh studies. -*IISS r lr!,J lnlliaWtl in
riub membership Is limited to Alpha l.amha Delta
thirty Eligible candidates will I
be selected among children from
The Easter program given by
the children Sunday morning was
I enjoyed by everyone present
I Sunday evening the Esther
Class presented to the delight of
a full house the pageant, "Link-
ing The Cross To The World."
This very impressive pageant
was written by Mrs. E. E. Good-
> | rich and Mrs. Eugene Autrlm.
. , The sermon subjects for next
540 °5* | Sunday are: Morning, "His pres-
dramatic student has been sc
the in several of the extra-cur-
ricula activities on the cam pa.*
Mrs. Wayne Kyle
Honored With A Shower
Mrs Wayne Kyle was honored
Wednesday afternoon with a
shower by Mrs. Bll! Pickens at
A large decorated box in pink
and green held the mativ lovel
Refreshments of fruit salad and
cake was served by the hostess
to the honoree and guests. Mrs.
R. V. Herron, Mrs. John Dickey,
Mrs. J D. Dickey. Mrs. Dee
Wright. Mrs Paul Greene, Mrs.
Lee Pickens, Mrs. W. A. Frazier.
Mrs. Claud Mac key. Mrs. M H.
Kyle. Mrs Llllie Heizer, Mrs H
1. Miller. Mrs. Mac Oxford, Mrs.
Sadie Rice, Mrs. Earl Pickens,
Miss Pauline Green, Miss Zu'a j There is an old Dutch proverb:
Mae Dickey, and Miss Vera ; 'Good Paint Costs Nothing.' This
Hatch. | Is no more true in Holland, where
Gifts were sent by Mrs. James [ outside woodwork must palnt-
agalnst North Sea fog. than
America, where, looks aside
May 1 Set For New Dale For
Dead Line On Llcenm*
The dead lino for license tag
purchases has been set up May 1
but the penalty will be retrospec-
tive. That Is in case yon are one
day late you will have to pay the
penalty from April 1 at five cents
The penalty on May 2 will he
*1.60 and If paid May 1 tbere will
h'* no penalty. Then for every
day after May t the penalty will
run at the rate of five cents per
The governor has not yet re-
ceived passage of his car license
bill, but It is expected that some
action will be taken within the
next few days toward final pass-
Say- Rockwell Kent In Ills New
Book Given Away Free A|
Rockwell Kent, one of Amer |
leas favorite artists, has put him-
self on record as an enthusiasts j
"home maker." In a new book
on home decoration — th
"Home Decorator" — which he
Just written and illustrated, tv
tells of the picturesque homes
he's made with his own hands all
over the world, and goes on to
give hi; views on home decora
Says Mr Kent: "In art (which
kind of house we like, how that
house ip furnished. decorated,
what pictures we will hang upon
our wa.lls, what books are on our
shelves, what music we will
hear), in life (what we will do.
how live, what friends we'll
have), In art and life let's find
out what we like; and by all
power inherent In us. get It. And
having gotten It. take care of It.
Forestr> Servlin lfn* TweiiO-SI*
Farms i\ Plan In
Shelterbolt plantings were be-
ing complete | on the A. C Hod-
rlck and J. K Baxter farms, one
half mile west of Columbia. Mon-
day. A strip of ground approxi-
mately one-hundr- d and ten feet
wide running east and west was
planted. The rows were ten feet
apart, tea fo the strip and con-
tained the following species of
tr-ef: Osage Orange, apricot, ca-
talpha, hackborry. honeylocust.
green ash. Chinese elm nnd Rus-
sian mulberry. \ round S.ftflO
trees wen planted on each farm
The Forestry S. rvice has 2ft
fams in Kingfisher County to
plant sheltf rbelts on.
The obj' et of the shelterbelts
are to furnish the farm with
cheap fuel nnd posts; to prevent
wind and water erosion; to inak-
a place for hird and animal pro
tectlon and to 4ernp*i the sum-
mer heat w aves.
Mr. and Mrs. E W. Swan son
announce the birth of a son,
Richard Allen, Friday. April 7
Hurial Services Held
For Mr. Fisher
M.i• < >)t mantis in
Human in clarinet
Myers in cornet;
In accordion and
!'• • d quartet.
The b in<l members and the
Glee Club will go to Oklahoma
City this week-end to enter the
district contest, where it will be
determined If the> will enter the
state contest it Stillwater In May.
The hand entered Saturday after-
noon, April IB.
Mis*. Norma Bowiby, director
of the Glee ('lub. quartet, and
vocal solos '>•> ill « nter her group
Fridi y at 1 o'ch ck, Aiu ii i 4. with
the Glee <Jub of twenty-two
appear In their
vol* e who
V' r, Contralt
guson, mezzo soprnno; and Jack
Ford, baritone. The girls' quar-
t- t is composed of Miss Elois*-
Booth, Miss Thelma Blackmon,
.Wiv4 Wilma Ferguson and .Miss
• pa 1 Stevens.
TI IREE DAYS
LEFT TO PAY
Will Be (Vimp|et4Nl
As Possible \(-<aordiiig
T'o t Hul' Cliitwood
According *• Mrs. Harold Casey
there are many women who
want to go to Heaven just out
* * curiositx
In th* old days we used to
think you had to have money to
spend jt Today the government
has shown lis that we were
li otten puzzles me" says W
I: Hood, "how a bachelor can
finish a rtory he started, without
having some help from a wife."
L"ly Astor says she |8 sorry
tie t S. can't be Included in
the British Empire. We didn't
dump i In- ot fe-t overboard for
The mother who used to swear
her child was six years old so
he could ride for nothing, now
su • ars he is sixteen so he can
driv- the family automobile.
W t" :i i n s body Bays som
thing Is lousv," remarks
Chappcl, i always think of th
way the farm colts suffer In th
spring when they are shedding.
"With summer not far away,"
asserts Marvin Harwell, "we will
soon see dresses on local streets
that are intended to starve the
moths to death."—we hope.
Rich Channel says he would
like fo be the fellow they talk
about when thev say, "he has
more monev than Is good for
Enjoyment of spring flowers
and buds is because they last for
such a. short while. If they
lived for six months we would
fail *o notice them.
Do you realize there are fewer
Crescent folks who say, "there
ought to be a law" Today-ther*
Modern taxation Isn't so far
fetched from the way the Indians
scalped the early Americans, b
lleves Virgil Rout.
I. M. Dolph of the Guthrie
Register says, "we rea!ly should
not be too hnrd on the German
peopl- for not doing something
about It all. Maybe If we had
a gun poked in our back we
wouldn't find much fault with
th- government either!
vtlle passed a
at 2 o'clock,
Fisher of Bartlcs-
<.. Tuesday. March
services were held
Sunday, at Bartles-
servlces with Rev.
''rist. Mrs. V. Wolf, Mrs. Jennie
Ratliff, Mrs. Grace Lowe, Mrs.
Zola Ryland, Mrs. N. A. Green,
Mrs. Lovetiia Fisher. Mrs. Bert
.1 A Hogg officiating, was held
Monday afternoon at the Cres-
cent cemetery wBh burial under
the direction of F J Adams. Inc.
Mr. Fisher Is a former resi-
dent. He js the brother of Dr.
I Roy Fisher of Stillwater and the
brother-in-law of Mrs. Lovenla
Fisher of Crescent, besides other
ence," evening, "Theoretical and i Miller, Juanita Guess and Ches-
; Practical Christians.'
Eight o'clock is the hour for j
; the evening service.
the third to the ninth grades.
Prizes will he offered at vari-
ous stages and diplomas in ele-
mentary dramatic arts will be
•warded * ich child who has fin-
ished the prescribed course.
The grand finale will be a
home talent Shakespearean play
In simplified form or pageant
having the children portray the
The National Junior Shake-
speare Club now reaches Into
practically every state and lias
been immensely popular. Aside
from the fact that members of
the club are Improving their edu-
cation and mastery of English.
the social feature Is thoroughly
enjoyed by the children. Par-1
ents and teachers have endorsed i Mrs. Kenneth Cochrell and
i Mrs. Floyd Yenzer spent Tues-
day in Oklahoma City
Miss Lois First and the other
freshmen girls with high schol-
astic standing were Initiated in
the Alpha Lambda Delta honor-
ary freshmen girls' sorority at
the ITnlversity of Oklahoma Wed-
nesday night, March 29. Miss
First is a first year pre-medic
They were a-lso honored with
a banquet that evening at which
time Mrs. F. R. First was the
guest of her daughter. Mrs First
returned home Thusday.
Miss Elizabeth Vashus of Los
Angeles. Calif., is visiting her
sister. Mrs. S. T Rork and Mr.
the plan with enthusiasm
The town trustees of the town
of Crescent and the cltv clerk and
treasurer wish to thank the peo-
ple of Crescent for their confi-
dence In the present board and
officials and for electing them to
their official positions by good
There are no sals He: connected
with the trustees' Job and it Is
good to know that our adminis-
tration has met with the approv-
al of the majority of the people
C. V. Hart.
O. E. Brewster.
O. E. Hopbins,
H. A. McNeer.
GOLF CU B NOTICE
There will be a meeting of th
Crescent Golf Club In Dr. Coch-
rell's office Friday evening al
8:00 o'clock. Everybody inter
ested is urged to attend
wo must protect our houses
against the endless devastating
cycle of the seasons' elements.
'Good Paint Costs Nothing?' I^et
the Dutch say that. Here in
America we say: 'Paint Pays.'"
Mr. Kent urges women to fol-
low their own honest taste In
decoration, so that "the house
will mirror those who live in it."
He feels that "home Is what the
woman makes the house we live
in be," and thinks men are pretty-
wise to have allotted the homo-
decorating jog to women.
Profusely Illustrated in color
by Mr. Kent, a copy of this
"Home Decorator" is available to
all who would like to have this
Interesting book at Fullerton-
Stuart Lumber Co.
Golf Club Meeting
Friday, April I t
The Women's Golf Club will
have a business meeting Friday
afternoon at 2:SO o'clock in the
home of Mrs. Kenneth Cochrell.
All of tho women In the com-
munity who are Interested in
playing golf this year are asked
to be present
Three Entered In
Junior A.A.U. Tourev
Bob Ryland. Rex Sanderson
and Earl Green were entered last
Wednesday and Thursday In Enid
In the Junior A A U Boxing
Ryland and Sanderson wc re
both in the quarter finals. Ry-
land won over Eugene Franks of
Enid and lost to Teddy Stanord
of the 77th F. A. at Fort Sill.
Sanderson won over Jess Jack-
son of Weatherford and lost to
Jackie Rogers of Tulsa who was
In the finals Monday night
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends and neighbors for their
many deeds of kindness and
sympathy during the Illness and
death of our loved one, James
We wish also to especially
thank the members of the Esther
Class for their kindness in serv-
ing the dinner.
TH E VINCENT FAMILY
Advertise in THE CRESCENT
TIMES for better results.
property listed for
sale t the county resale begin-
nlApril 17 have only 10 days
to pay delinquent taxes and keep
the property from being sold,
Coun'y Treasurer Olaf Chltwood
d> eh, rod Thursday
The resale is scheduled to be
con pleted as soon ns possible and
deeds to the properties that are
sold will he issued soon there-
after." the treasurer pointed out
Th*' title to the property passes
with the issuance r f the deeds,
it was added. Properties which
are not sold to Individuals will
be deeded to the county.
Improved properties and tracts
of Innd other than vacant town
or elty lots must bring the full
amount of taxes. Interest and
costs due. Vacant lots will be
sold to the high bidder.
According to law, purchasers
are required to pu\ a deed fee
of one dollar for the first tract
purchased and 10 cents for each
additional tract where more thnn
one description ^an legally b In-
cluded In one deed. The pur-
chaser Is also required to pay the
costs of advertisine- In addition
to the purchase price. The ad-
vertising cost is 25 cents for each
year of delinquent taxes listed
on each farm tract nnd 15 cents
for each year of delinquent taxes
listed on each town lot.
The properties are to be sold
at public auction by the county
treasurer for cash.
When any tract or lot sells for
moro than the taxes, penalties,
Interest and costs due, the excess
collection Js held for the prior
owner for two years. If, at the
end of that time, the owner falls
to claim the excess amount col-
lected. It Is turned Into the coun-
ty sinking fund.
Of Officers April 20
The last meeting of the Parent-
Teacher Association for this
year will he held Thursday night,
April 20. at the high school au-
ditorium according to Mrs H. A.
Installation services for Mrs.
Otto Hopkins, president for the
1939-40 year and her officers and
chairmen will be held that eve-
It is strange. A Crescent boy
spends years learning how to
write so you can read It, and
goes into business and writes a
hand that nobody • m read, ad-
vises Superintendent Weathers.
Spring fashions may change in
men's clothes somewhat. But
it never comes to where they wear
their trousers up to their knees
m season and drag them on the
ground the next.
One thing about the birds who
remain north in the winter. They
don't have to remember where
they put their overshoes when
thev leave the house.
So often the l'ellow who argues
that this is a fr e country Is the
rn« one who expects It to pro-
vide Mm with a living free of
cl art: advises George Wilson.
Miss Marthena McConncI
Attends Natl. Convention
Miss Celeste lAcy spent Easter
with her parents at Hehlgh
Miss Marthena McConnel spent
last week-end In Oklahoma City
whore she attended the National
Convention of the Pi Zeta Kappa
of which she is a member. The
convention was held at the Y. W
C. A., on Saturday with the
Founders' Day banquet, Saturday
night. Miss McConnel returned
Sunday evening after being the
guest of friends.
W. K. Rvland. Unde Of
The Ryland Family Dies
Funeral services for W. K. Ry-
land, 81 years of age, who passed
away Saturday afternoon at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Jim
Russell east of Billings, was held
at Braman. Wednesday afternoon
Burial was in the cemetery at
South Haven. Kansas.
Will Ryland Is survived by
three daughters. He Is the
brother of the late Ben Ryland.
Nieces and nephews in Crescent
Mrs W. L Wells, Mrs. E.
Y. Wells, Frank Ryland, Forrest
Ryland. Harry Ryland, Tom Ry-
land and C. A. Ryland, and a
sister-in-law. Mrs. W. A. Ken-
Harry Carson of Oklahoma
City visited Wednesday with Mike
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Wilson, Herman O. The Crescent Times (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1939, newspaper, April 13, 1939; Crescent, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234118/m1/1/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.