The Democrat (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1920.
PANHANDLE TEACHERS WILL
MEET HERE NEXT WEEK
Beaver is to be honored next week
by the meeting of the Panhandle Sec-
tion of the Northwestern Oklahoma
Educational Association. The first
session meets Friday night at the
Christian church and the association
closes Sunday noon. Previous to this
year, the teachers have always attend-
ed this district meeting at Alva hut
this time the Panhandle counties will
have a meeting of their own which
will make it possible for many more
Two of the leading educators of the
state will be here. E. N. Collette is
Assistant State Superinendant and
Tom Smith, Rural School Supervisor
These men arc in touch with the big
educational movements of the coun-
try, also with tbe problems the teach-
ers are facing in this state.
Geo. A. Coffey whose ability is well
known will be here. Besides these
Stacy Wells, Dr. Long and his brother
R. E. Long, Superintendent of the
Dodge City Schools, and Rev. C. C.
Pearson of Forgan, appear on the
The date has been arranged so that
it will not interfere with Thanksgiv-
ing festivities and so that those who
want to attend the Alva meeting, may
have a chance at both. Teachers are
to register at Supt. Henson's office,
where they will be directed to rootns.
The complete program appears on
MILITARY FUNERAL FOR
T. B. TINNIN
A military funeral is being held
this afternoon at the Christian church
for T. B. Tinnin who died in France
while in service in the recent war.
The body came in last night. It has
been expected for several months.
We will give the obittiary next week.
THE DEATH OF TOM DRUM
Tom Drum, the father of Gift
Drum of Beaver, died at his home at
Shattuck Saturday. Mr. Drum had
been ill for several months. The fun-
eral services were held Sunday after-
noon and at Shattuck and burial made
Mr. Drum settled on a homestead
on Coon Creek some twenty years ago
and was well known and liked.
We regret the passing of Mr. Drum
and extend our sympathy to the be-
reaved wife and daughter, Miss Cor-
rean and son Cliff.
EPWORTH LEAGUE TO
The Epworth League is having a
social nt the Methodist church Friday
night. Everybody invited. Arrange-
ments are being made for evei-yone
to have a good time.
County Agent Hanly and •wife
drove to Forgan Monday on business.
Col. J. A. Saunders shipped a car of
cattle from Forgan Saturday. He
will ship another this coming Satur-
PROSPECT OF A MILL
T. J. Brackene of Beggs was here
Tuesdav talking to the busincs men
here about putting in a 100 barrel
flour mill. He agrees to take any
amount of stock up to fifty per cent,
in the enterprise.
Nothing definite has been decided
in the few days but the attitude gen-
erally is favorable to it.
Rev. T. E. Carter is attending the
State Baptist Convention at Black-
well this week. He will be back Sat-
This Bank desires to be of personal
assistance to you. We have assisted
others. Kill you give us the chance?
We cannot aid yotf unless we know
what you want.
Come in and let's talk it over. Ask
our satisfied customers and they will
tell vou that wc have helped them.
The "thing that gives this bank the
right to live, to grow, to prosper, is
the service it renders the community.
Don't hesitate. Come right in and tell
us how we can serve you.
The First State Eiank
LEON ROEMBACH, Cashier
Watch Your Step
The soldier days may be over but it
will still pay you to watch your step,
to keep in line, to advance as the
Changes are rapid these days when
man travels under the waters of the
sea in U-boats and sails off through
the clouds in an air ship, talks even to
foreign lands by wireless telephone.
Are you keeping step by keeping your
funds at our bank and accepting all
the modern banking facilities we have
to offer? Or are you still carrying
your money around on your person or
hiding it in your home? Keep step.
The world progresses.
Balko State Bank
I. N. EDWARDS, President
FRANK FLECK, Cashier
BODY OF JOE ST A TP
The body of Joe Stapp who wa
killed while in service over seas was
brought to Forgan last night and on
down to Beaver from where a truck
took the coffin to the home of his fath-
S. Stapp, near La Kemp.
Joe was killed while in action in a
fourteen liour bombardment in the
Meuse Argonne Forest in France in
hich the enemies regiment was near-
ly annihilated. Ed. Curt of Forgan
was in the same company, the safe
regiment and not far from Joe Stapp
when the shrapnel struck him. He
had just gone to take a couple of fel-
lows hack to the dressing station and
on his way back was told that Joe had
been hit. Death resulted a few hours
Joe Stapp entered the army in reh-
rurarv of 1917 and was placed in
Company B. of the 334 Machine Ba-
tallion. He was sent across in June
and was killed in October 1918. Mr.
Curt says that Joe was a favorite
among the hoys, being naturally jollt
and absolutely fearless.
Beaver county is mighty proud of
these boys who gave their lives that
e might live on in our own happy se-
curity and freedom. It is to be hoped
that Beaver county will ever keep the
roster of her heroes fresh in memory.
AVE YOU JOINED THE
Beaver is now answering to the
Fourth Red Cross Roll Call. Mrs. P.
L. Thomas has charge of the work in
Beaver City, and Miss Maude 0.
Thomas in the country. The big idea
in this campaign is to get every man
and woman in Beaver county to join
the Red Cross that it may continue in
the health and efficiency campaign it
A large number of women received
the benefit of the training in Home
Hygiene and ('are of the Sick. This
is only one thing that the Red Cross
is doing. The drive against tuberco-
sis is another. Beaver county had an
example last week of a case in which
the Red Cross stepped in to care for
patient that for sohne reason was
not being given the proper treatment.
We know the war is over but pro-
blems still remain and the Red Cross
is gritty enough to undertake them.
All we are asked to do is to take
one dollar membership.
THE MOTHERS' CLUB
Notwithstanding the inclemancy of
Fairview school, northeast of For-' the weather, about twenty-five mcm-
FAIRVIEW SCHOOL HELD
ANNUAL POULTRY SHOW
(Jus Spangler of Riverside and Miss
Agnes Bridges were married by R. S.
gan of which Mrs. M. K. Lawrence is hers gathered at the new headquarters llamnjnn at the Court House last
the teacher held its third annual poul- °l" tbe Mothers' Club, at the grado Thdtsdav, Nov. Itfth. Mrs. Spangler
try show, Wednesday afternoon, school auditorium, last Friday after- j jH a sister of Mrs. Frank Spangler
Five different breeds of thorough- noon, and enjoyed the splendid pro-
bred chickens were exhibited by the KKim which provided by Mrs. V.
children. These were raised by the T. Coles, as leader.
children themselves I The program was as follows:
County Agent hanley was three to' The Five Steps of Child Develop-
judge the exhibit and was highly ment, and Need of Understanding
pleased with the poultry. He said them, subdivided as follows:
that in quality it exceeded the Har- Early Childhood, birth to six years, ijfP.
per county fair poultry exhibit. He J Mrs. Alma Brown. | .
discussed each breed of chickens there Middle Childhood, six to eight l'R()F. FELLOWS EDITOR
here in Beaver. She is th daughtr of
Will Bridges, a farmer of the south
flats. Kir. Spangler is a brother of
Frank Spangler and a prosperous far-
mer in the Riverside community. We
join with their friends in wishing
them a long, happy anil prosperous
showing where these certain chickens, years, Mrs. Alta Gardner.
excelled or fell short of the standard
of perfection. He explained how to
determine the ogg typo even when
the chickens are small. He also gave
practical suggestions to the children,
on methods of improving their breeds.
Fairview is one of the few schools
in the county that is doing this prac-
tical work. Mrs. Lawrenc.e to whom
the success of this project is largely
due says that the first exhibit con-
sisted of scraggly mixtures while this
was a show of pretty thoroughbreds.
Those receiving first prize received
$1.75 as awards; second, 75 cents and
third, 50 cent1--. The prizes were
awarded as follows:
Buff Rock, Melvin Neese, 1st.
Brown Leghorn, Hugh Polly, 1st.
White Leghorn, Earl Simmons, 1st.
Black Langshang, Floyd Davis.1st.
Barred Plymouth Rock, Ralph Mai-
low, 1st, Kna Marlow, 2nd, Bernice
Later Childhood, nine to twelve
years, Mrs. Ada Quinn.
Early Adolescence, thirteen to six-
teen years, Mrs. Mildred Coles.
Later Adolescence, Mrs. Andrew.
WHEAT GROWERS JOURNAL
Prof. H. C. Fellows, one time prom-
inent educator in Reaver county, is
editor of The Wheat Grower, the offi-
cial organ of the National Wheat
FIRST SNOW OF THE SEASON
A light snow fell last Thursday
night beginning about eleven o'clock
and continuing most of the night. A
cold chill air accompanied the snow.
MARY CATES IMPROVING
Mrs Coles then presented the sub- Growew Association. This paper is
ject of sex hygiene in a very able pubiished in Kansas City.
manner, followed by a general dis- Pl.of_ Peiiowa has alwa,
Prof. Fellows has always been a
cussion. -. | pioneer. In the early days of Okla-
Six new books \rere added to the h- homa he orffanjzed the first institu-
ry'1 II . . ri tion of advanced learning in old
Mesdames Horn and Loofhourrow'Woods C()l,nty near Cherokee Okla.
each gave an interesting report of Later jie %vay a prominent figure in
their visit to the seventh ami eighth -
Mesdames Davis and Quinn were
appointed to visit the high school and
Mesdames Coles and Barrow to visit
the grades during the next two weeKs.
Four applications for membership
The next meeting will be Nov. 26th
and Mrs. Carson the leader. Subject:
(1) The Girl. (2) Tlio Sensitive
PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY
Will sell at public sale to the high-
est bidder for cash, on the street at
Beaver, Saturday. November 20th, the
balance of my household goods and
other articles. Sale will be held in
Miss Mary Cates who has been at'Je afternoon J. L Corbett, auction-
the hospital in Wichita for the past®61, L. B. lOOKER, Ownci.
several weeks has taken a turn for j—
the better and Mr. and Mrs. ('at.es .
were able to leave, and came home
first of the week. They feel hopeful
of her complete recovery.
the early days of the Alva Normal.
Again we find him establishing one of
the schools of advanced learning of
Beaver county, at Gate, known as the
Laurence Friends Academy. Then he
was county superintendent of Educa-
tion for Beaver county, where he he-
came well and most favorably known.
Lately he has held the chair of Ped-
agogy at the Friends University in
P. B. Vorhelst was a Beaver visitor
Arthur Miller has been absent from
the county treasurers office for sever-
al days because of an infection of
Chas. F. Huguley has purchased the
residence property of Mrs. B. F. Took-
cr in the south part of town.
Do you have a bedroom to spare for
two nights? If so telephone the
county superintendants office. Beaver
will be over-run next week with school
teachers from the three Panhandle
counties who are attending the sub-
district meeting, and the rooming
houses will not be able to aecommo-
late them. The rooms will be needed
for Friday and Saturday nights, Nov.
26th and 27th.
We learn that Mrs. Bculah Hall,
formerly of this city, was elected
County Clerk of Beaver county at the
general election last Tuesday. She
has many friends here who are glad
to learn of her accomplishment.—
Judge LoofbourrOy is in Guymon
today attending district .court.
J. Y. Alexander of Knowles is a
business visitor here today.
Mrs. Frank Smith of Forgan was
here Tuesday giving vocal lessons.
Mrs. Alice Schumaker visited at
Forgan last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schumaker vis-
ted at the home of W.~L. Mason Sun-
day evening. Ora Mason returned
with them after spending the week
Judge Loofhourrow went to Wood-
ward Monday on business in connec-
tion with District court here.
Miss Edith Sloan made a trip to
Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Munsell were in
Forgan Monday on professional busi-
The county officials are all happy
again as the court house furnace is
Because next Thursday is Thanks-
giving The Democrat will issue on
Wednesday. So everybody be sure to
get all ads and news in early next
week, so we can be thankful too.
Ed. Peckham and family drove to
''organ on business yesterday.
J. B. Hisey, county agent of Texas
county agent of Texas county visited
Tuesday night at the home of W. B.
Hanly while on his way to Supply to
visit his parents.
Mrs. George Lockhart and Mrs
Mary Weeden of Elmwood were Bea-
ver shoppers Tuesday.
Ed. Peckham is helping in the Bea-
ver store during their big sale.
THE DEMOCRAT FORCE
TREATED TO HOT BUNS
Mrs. H. B. Maddox of the Maddox
Bakery brot in to the Democrat office
some hot buns, a sample of their fa-
mous baking. They were extra fine
and greatly appreciated.
People come from far and wide to
get the product of the Maddox Bake-
COAL GOES IN A HURRY
The Light Grain and Milling Co. se-
cured a car of coal Monday evening.
It was opened up Tuesday morning
and just one hour and forty minutts
elapsed from the time the first load
was weighed until the last one was on
George Porter is sick this week.
Ora Mason, who is attending school
in Forgan, spent Sunday at his home
south of Beaver,
Miss Pauline Groendyke and sister,
Mrs. Chester Groendyke of Elmwood,
shopped in Beaver Tuesday.
Geo. r. Brown Sr. is better this
Mrs. A. O. Andrews substituted for
Mrs. Ruth Drum while she was gone
L. B. Tooker and son Burton drove
to Lakemp and Balko yesterday on
John Lane of Clear Lake was a
business visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jude Stevens returned
from Ivanhoe Sunday where they had
been to see their new grand-daughter.
John Lawson made a business trip
to Liberal yesterday.
John Lawson was down at lluntoon,
Tuesday, moving his four room resi-
dence to lots in the townsite. Hun-
toon is a new town just west of Book-
Mrs. Joe Meese is toplping at Tra-
cy's during the sale. /
H. B. Bridgcwater of Ivanhoe, was
in town yesterday looking after busi-
Joe Meese is the new clerk at the
Spec Quinn went to California last
week to work for the same construc-
tion company with whom he was ef-
ployed before the war.
L. M. Dillon of Perryton, Texas,
transacted business here Monday.
Milton Reece of Amarillo Texas
was in Beaver, Monday on business
J. J. Addington and wife of Chil-
dress Texas were Beaver visitors Sat-
W. L. Davis of Perryton Texas, was
in Beaver on business several days
R. A. Maple and family are attend-
ing the Royal Stock Show in Kansas
City this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crabtree visited
at John Sims, Mrs. Crabtrees father's,
down on the Kiowa Sunday.
Miss Vivian Pvobinson of Perryton
spent the week end visiting Miss Myr-
tle Wells and Mrs. Frank Maple.
W. R. Caylor is working at the Blue
Miss Edith Miles left Tuesday
morning to visit friends in Oklahoma
City and at the University at Nor-
A CHECKING ACCOUNT IS YOUR
GREATEST MEASURE OF DEFENSE
DEFEND YOURSELF AGAINST WASTE—Cash is rarely seen save
at the vanishing point. It dwindles, it scatters you know not where.
But you THINK when you write a check. You have a record of
where the money goes. Payments are systematized, expenditures
A CHECKING ACCOUNT PROTECTS YOU against loss of your
money by fire, theft, carelessness, forgetfulness. It means your
funds are safe.
DEFEND YOURSELF AGAINST TRICKERY AND MISTAKE—File
your checks. They make indisputable receipts, sparing you twice
payment of bills, for on the back of every cancelled check which
comes back to you is the signature of the person or firm which re-
ceived the money.
BUILD A FORTRESS AGAINST SICKNESS, ACCIDENT AND OLD
AGE—You save a surplus and it will save you sometime. And re-
member, by the way, that writing more deposit tickets than checks
is the secret of both safety and success.
WARD OFF THE INCONVENIENCE AND WORRY A checking ac-
count in our bank ranks with free mail delivery and the telephone.
It saves you many a long trip, and you always have the right
change. Your money is always available, payable on demand. No
expense—we supply check books, pass books and all necessary sta-
A Guarantee Fund Bank
Bank of Beaver City
W. E. HOCKER, Pres. O. H. CAFKY, Active Vice-Pre
R. A. MAPLE, Vice Pres. GEO. CAFKY, Cashier.
CHANGE IN BANK AT BALKO
John Sims of Sunset was a busi-
ness visitor here Tuesday.
H. D. Wood left Friday for his home
at Battle Creek, Michigan.
, Miss Blanche Clinkenbcard came in
I. N. Edwards has become the new Mon(lay njR),t from Alva for a few
president of the Balko State Bank and ,javs vjsjj; with friends.
Frank Fleck, cashier. Mr. Edwards is ' , . . •
well known in Beaver county, having! Al. Dickson made a business tup
been a bunker here for years. to Gate t ruiay.
A Three Room House
in Good Repair, Close
in, for Sale on Easy
H. N. LAWSON
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