The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1922 Page: 3 of 10
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1TMION TFNTFR I Writing from Salt Lake City, Clyde tertain the Live Wire class. Games' A. O. Jacobs .^ family jpent Sun-
UNION tfcNILK ^ ^ ^ fa not #n. 8tunU fjUed tb, eve„inK. Then day with Rev. Lambert and fam.ly.
Mrs. Henry Churchman is visiting progress toward California as came the ice cream and cake and af- Ave Rarick and family were J
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ' Hp SDt.ak. of one hin ter all had their fill, they left for
i toward lauiornia m* v^ «
' he expected to. He speaks of one hill ter all had their fill, they left for d#y Kuests at the Harper home.
Busch while Mr. Churchman is at- twenty five miie8 long that he had to their homes with another pleasant \ve, Rarick was in Guymon Sat-
tending to business matters in St. ^ ^ ^ Hi. mother and Mr. Cy- memory. urday.
Joseph. Missouri. ^ Day.8 are wjth him | The Ewalt thre8hing machine fin- We had a fine rain Sunday night.
Charles Duff of the Victory neigh- auestion Herschel Davis is ask- Uhed threshing in this neighborhood Mrs. Harriet Rlouser and baby are
borhood is running a tractor for El- e . 1<when do j gleepV. Tu„day. visiting relatives in Guymon this week,
mer Shepherd. , Am)ther of the deliKhtfull round of Mrs. J. T. West spent Saturday nite Ruth Lambert spent Sunday
that have entertained the ar.d Sunday with her brother and fam- Henrietta Jacobs.
Roberta Rarick ai.d brother and MONEY TO LX)A.V
ly with Kev. uaniDen ana iamuy. i friend, after visiting relatives in this On your farm. The Farmers —
_ . . j f , „ o„„ vicinity for the past two weeks, went tional, the new Bank at Texhoma. ! •
Aw Rarick and family were Sun- • waiti„
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirk are visiting partieg that have entertaii
with Mrs. Kirk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Route D neighborhood this
n ° D""1 j given at the home of Miss Sylvia
summer ily in Guymon. Mr and Mr8' Jacobs spen Sund"y !°
O. S. Reid.
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to Guymon for a few days' visit before gpection made from here. No waiti*^
returning to their home in Liberal. Just drop us a card.
Mr. and Mrs. Harper were shopping
in Elkhart Saturday.. ' a. LAND BARGAIN.
Mrs. Nina Lacky went to Liberal Anyone tQ ,earn of , Bm
Sunday to visit her parents. bmtgnln should call at the Herald rf-
fice. We have 1336 acres of smoA
WILLARD STORAGE BATTERIES wh«.«t land that is going at a
' w , j u ... | with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Wooden and Murr l u..„ i ..
Mr. Bailey has rented a farm near Ford Garape.
. b"*"* — — — Mr. anu Mrs. mooutru iwj
Mr. Jim Copp has finished prepar- Uthrop Friday evening. an(i Mr. an<l Mrs. Aaron Williams..., - . ,. d
ing his wheat ground. | A bachelor's prayer on retiring at am, family CH„ed mt E. J. Philippe's s <Corn«^on the rtate line and
Mr .and Mrs. Ellison of Pleasant • a. m. "Oh Lord! Send be a brownie SumUy evenin(f «P° ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Valley called at the Busch home Sun- to chase away the blues. , L, E. Williamson and E. J. Phil jn wheat for the benefit
ippe took several loads of barley to ' i
PERKINS Goodwell Tuesday. i °' ^ , ,,
Mrs. Daugherty's two nieces are Goodwell West has purchased a
entering and causing an abcess. It is j,ere on a visit. Ford car 'rom ,l'arl Wooden.
hoped that he will recover nicely. | in spite of the warm weather there
C. A. Busch and son drove cattle to j were fifty out to Sunday School Sun- MORNING STAR
town Monday and brought home a day. I A atterjenrc at Sunday School
registered Holstein bull. J This community was indeed sad -
WALDEN bargain. Easy terms to good partiea.
BATTERY COMPANY, across from
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lOtf Subscribe for the Herald.
Mr. Ira Fox has been suffering with
a sore throat caifted by a wheat beard
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs and Mr. and j
Mrs. lambert were shopping in Guy-j
An ice cream social will be held on
the church lawn Friday night of this j
Epworth League and Sunday School
tft W) after tan • clack M
Halt— or u>a can"! go ohomd
0K4 pUy any longT.Wo'rt
fit hungry .om.thin A.rcal"
gistered Holstein bull. j This community was indeed sad ^ Sun(, Ei,.hty.s;x present, Twen-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Churchman of Vic- when they learned of the death of Mr. ^ ^ pr.iver meeti ■; Inst Thurs were \ eli attended last Sunday.
tory called at the C. A. Busch home Rue3t'8 daughter. The family have nj-,ht Everybody is invited to ouy Mr. Ave Rarick hauled grain to
Monday afternoon | the sympathy of this community. services G"> ir n last Saturday.
Misses Cecelia Keenan and Margar- Mr. and Mrs. Blevan3 r.rd family ^ pastor ar | his fami'y re:u ivod Mrs. Harriet Blouser returned home
et Busch attended an evening party were at Perkins Sqnday Sc'iaol Sun-
given by Miss Sylvia Lathrop of Eula
on Friday and spent the night with
Miss Thelma Taylor.
John O'Connel is home a*ain after
several weeks' work in the harvest
Mr. and Mrs. Loop and Miss Lease
| were Sundsy guests at the E. J Phil-
: We understand Guy Hamby is in
New Mexico at present.
! Quite a few are taking in the free
! show at Guymon and all seen: to enjoy
The Mothers and Daughters Club
met at Mrs. Dotts Wednesday after-
noon. All members were present with
the exception of two. There were sev-
1 eral visitors. After the business meet
ICC pwwi MX i • . . m
i •. r . • i • - feturdty from f iHtai r«U vi
Thursday evening. Guywan.
Dinner guests at John Sutton's Sun-
day were: Mr. and Mrs. Stokes, Mr.
and Mrs. H. J . Gardner, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Pearcy and Mr. and Mrs. Bunch.
Miss Minnie Wells entertained Mr.
Willard Roberts Sunday. . , .
The young folks spent an enjoyable ing a program was came, out and
day Sunday at the Ramey home. « as very much enjoyed by all present.,
Miss Margaret Brown is visiting in Mrs. H. B. West was given a handker-
Cimarron county this week. chief shower. The next meeUng w^l
John Noonon and Paul Golubowicz ^e with Mrs. Grossman on August .3.
attended the American Legion Wed- Mrs. Hays and Velma Sice wdl be given
nesday evening. handkerchief showers |
Mr. and Mrs. John Sutton attended Mr. and Mrs. Loop were to leave
the show Saturday evening. Monday to make Liberal. Kansas their
Miss Elizabth Heard spent Satur- home. Mrs. Loop was a
day night and Sunday with Miss the Mothers and Daughters Ctab .nd
Christophene Bailey. i Mr. an I Mrs. Loop .ere membmof
Mrs. Henderson returned home Sat- the Twilight Class from wh ch they
urday from an enjoyable visit witcher will be ^atly m.ss^bu we
brot^er , for them the best of good luck in their
Reverend Parsons talked Sunday new home
morning. His subject, "The Glory of Mrs. Wooden s brother Ralph Brown
Youth," was full of though and in- when home Saturday but may remain
for . «<*<" ■ th* °"0'nT.°.X,X .b.U> f.« -.™-
"V°Miss Ruth Brown was on of a party L.ers of the Live Wire and Twilight
that attended the circus at Elkhart classes gathered the grove where
the T.uhrht class bad planned to cn-
PER CENT MONEY
Why pay more when we have barrels
of money toloan you on improved farm
land in Texas and Cimarron counties,
Oklahoma, and Ochiltree, Hansford,
Sherman and Dalh m Counties, Texas,
at 6 per cent, with 2 per cent commis-
sion payable in Four Annual payments
Prompt Inspection Made Direct From Our Office.
Oklalnm-Texas Land & loan Co.
mea/'fime and play-time
Summer's the time for "safety first" with family
stomachs! Every one feels a lot better with lighter
food on the hot days! And, crisp, delicious Kellogg*!
Corn Flakes are everything that can be desired—for
health, for enjoyment, for nourishment!
Realize what proper diet means to health in summer.
Cut down on the heavier foods that upset physical and
mental energy and cat Kellogg's Corn Flakes! They're
extra delicious with the luscious fruits now in season.
Kellcgg's Corn Flakes are sold only in
the KE1) aad GREEN package that bears
the signature of W. K. Kellogg, originator
•i Cuts Flakes. None are genuine without it!
R. G. KELLER
Alt* mVmi of KELLOCG'S MUMBLES uJ KELLOCG'S BRAN, cnU sad kn „llift
Special Bargains Offered Every Day
!t Will pay you io watch our
Men's All-Wool Worsted Suits, all sizes, worth
<525.00. Sale Price *14-85
Men's Pants, $3.50 to $^.85 values, Sale Price 3.15
Men's Pants, $5.00 to $5.75 values, Sale Price 1.50
Men's Shoes, Florsheim, short lot, worth up to
$12.00. Sale Price — o
Men's Dress Shirts worth $1.25, Sale Price -75
Men's Heavy Blue Hib Overalls, Sale Price M
Men's Best Biggest Blue Work Shirts, faced
sieves, full cut, all sizes 14Vi to 17, Sale Price .90
From now on we will sell all Panama and Straw Hats
at1 :i Off.
See the New Arrivuls, Society Brand Clothes, Arrow
Shirts, Arrow Collars, Neck* ear, Etc.
A Beautiful Assortment of Summer Goods, 36
niches wide, l.awns. Voiles, Etc., up to $1.00
values. Sale Price ' ^
Silk Striped Shirtings, Assorted Dress Goods,
beautiful assortment, up to $1.50 value, Sale
Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, fine cloths, big line,
really worth 30c. Side Price
Ladies' and Girls' Highest Grade Maddies, made
of U. S. Twill, Jack Tar and Paul Jones Make,
all sizes, assorted trim, Sale Price
S. O. 8AFRANKO A CO
HOUBI THAT HOLDS PHICBB OOWN
Indies' New Waist Georgette Crepes, Etc.,
$5.00, all sizes, big assortment, Sale Price — 3.69
Indies' and Misses' Oxfords and Pumps are all
SPECIAL FOR AUGUST IfTH, 1.00 to 5:00 P. M.
We will sell all Udies' Queen Quality Oxords and
Oklahoma Pump# at One-Half Off.
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The Guymon Herald. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1922, newspaper, August 17, 1922; Guymon, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc274123/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.