The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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DeMille Male Quartette. Lyceum, M. E. Church, January 27. Be There Sure.
THE MANGUM STAR
MANGL'M, GREER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921
JUNIOR GREER COUNTY POUL-, SHUT DOWN FOR REPAIRS
! Both the Mangum-Wichita and the
January 31, February 1st and 2nd, I Two Rivera wells were shut down this
are dates set for the Junior Poultry week for repairs The Two-Rivers are
Show of Greer County. 'repairing their boiler, and will per-
The Chamber of Commerce, bank-1 haps resume drilling,within the next I
ers and merchants are giving the fol- <Kv or two. The Mangum-Wichitahad
lowing prizes for the boys and girls. » *™all cave below their casing, which
There will be given also cash prizes will necessitate a iob of underream-
by the County for boys and girls from '"*- They will likely resume drilling
sures 10 to 18 year* again in lour or five days. Both wells
The Chamber of Commerce will give are in very favorable formations.
$10 to the best judging team consist- ■
ing of one boy and one girl, also $5 THEATRE COERS DELIGHTED
for the second best judging team. |
Cameron Lumber Co., $6.00 in mer- Mangum Theatre goers will be,
chaadise for the best Black Minorca mighty well pleased at the announce-
bird in show. I ment of the En.presa Theatre, of the
Hamilton Hardware Company will; purchase of 18 Paramount Super-
give $5 in merchandise for the best; Special pictures to be given within
pen of White Leghorns. I tho next few months. The first of
Shearer & Harris will give $5 jn these high class pictures will be ran
merchandise for best pen of Blue the week in March, perhaps on
Barred rocks. 'March 2nd, and thereafter two of;
Mangum Mill & Elevator Company | these very high class programs will
will give $5 in merchandise for best i j)0 run each month, it will be inter-
pen of Buff Orpingtons. ■ j esting to note that the Paramount
State Guarantee Bank, $2.50 for, ttl 0 niakine only thirteen of their Su-
best pen of S. C. Brown Leghorns. , per-Specials and that the Empress
Sampson & Short Hardware ' V°- contracted for every one of them at
$2.50 in merchandise for best pen New1 the first opportunity.
Zealand Rabbits. 1
Shipman & Long Grocery Co., $2.00
CAMP tfRE GIRLS
MORE MONEY FOR COTTON
Shall We Pull For It Together?
I cannot impress too strongly en ou:
cotton farmers the importance u. , ui
ting over 100 per cent the Okla, u..u
Cotton Groovers' Association orgu
ration woijt in this county.
The Association prov ides a straig.
road to mraket, over which we c„. _ _
tuke our cotton direct to Uie spin.km jof responsibility,
ourselves, without being forced to Developes lovt
give up to speculator.; a large part of i work.
what the spinner pays for the cotton. Developes pridi
To" gat 100 per cent benefits from and appearance,
the Association we should be 100 per I Emphasizes the need
new 1UGH school icacheh shipley purchases business o o o
What the Program of the Camp Fire
jjeveiopes love of home duties.
Makes attractive such tasks a.
..ashing dishes, in.. Kir.g beds, etc.
ie»cnes care of
. e."elopes love <
Developes unsel, shnes.- and a
The vacancy in the English deptrt-1 A deal was closed the past week,
ment of the Mangum Hign School, whereby Caudle Shipley becomes own-
created bv the resignation ot WiSsjer of a one half interest in the Clark
Moore, will be filled tl is next term, Bros. Tailoring and Gents Fumish-
begining January the 2t>th by L. I .. ing business, having bought the in-
Bowman, a brother of M. E. Bowman, terest of Sanley McKinney in the
;'r.ncipul of the High School. j firm. Mr. Shipley will be a vaiuab u
Mr. Bowman has just received his I assistant to l laience Clark, wlio huo
Bachelor of Science Degree from t i' been conn, c I with the busmeas sine
Kansas Slate Teachers College, at it was organized here more than ti\
i beauty by citt.t E ■'■! o. a Kansas. II.• took his major | years i.go. H.-lh of tlu - are exc< I
in public i-peaking and expression, and ; lent youug mm, and most favorabi
n per.-, nal hyg,. m- a minor in English. He is a member of known in this section of the country, the president, Mrs. C. P. Hamilton
the following organizations: Kappu Mr. Shipley the new member of the Assisting the Hostesses were Mrs. M*.
] Delta i'i, a national honorary scf.ol- lirm is not new in Mangum by any h. Hudson, Mrs. F. h. Shearer, Mrs.
having been reared here, and L. A. McCollister, Mrs. W. S. Vaughn,
■i *1.., \i-_ u._v. c_i ,1. Mrs. J. L. Guthrie, Mrs Lyman Teet-
BY MRS. NELL STULTZ
A delightful social affair of the
week was given Monday afternoon
when the officers of the Methodist
Missionary Society entertained the
ladies of the church at the home of
Emphasizes the need of citre , .
cent organized. We will get results in ' good luste in the Matter diess. arship fraternity, l'i Kappa Helta, a mean
proportion to the number of our farm-1 Dovelopes poist and imsonul d g-, national honorary debating fraterni- attended the Mangum High Sch
ers in the Association. | nity. ty. Beta Alpha Tan, a local social fra- ' He has been conected with the Rem- er, Mrs. R. F .Maloy, Airs. M. E. Mil-
The plan otTered is not an expfri- Teaches citizens p and patriotism, . temitj. While in college Mr. Bowman ington Typewriter Company as sales- ler, Mrs. T. S. Whicker and Mrs. A.
ment. It is the result of 25 years ex- and liberal enou-.li to have respect was president of the college Y. M. C. man foi Western Oklahoma for the L. Freeman. Diversions of the a/ter-
perience of 80-odd thousand growers ! for every religio creed—is pure ' A., one year, business manager of the past two years, and has shown him- noon were progressive conversation,
in California, where it is approved American. college paper two years, a members of self an excellent business man, cap- clever contests adn music. Beautiful
and endorsed without reserve by far-
mers, bankers and business men alike.
Several counties of Oklahoma have
already gone over the top in their
membership campaigns. Garvin Coun-
in merchandise for best pen black
F. E. Graham $2.00 in merchandise
for best pair of geese.
Jones Grocery Company $2.00 in
Merchandise for best pen of Rose
Comb R. I. Reds.
Winchester Jewelery Co. $2.00 in
Merchandise.for best pair Pea Fowls.
Elliott Shoe Co, $1.00 in mdse for
best pair ducks.
E. V. Smith $1.50 in merchandise
for best pair of Bourbon red Turkeys.
The Owl Drug Store $3.00 box of
candy for best pen of White Wyan-
Mr. Ross of the Cazy Cafe will give
two diners for the best dozen of wnite
School at this place is progressing
nicely. Most of the pupils who have
been missing to pick cotton, are now
back in school and all seem to be in-
terested in their work.
The ringing at John Foraker's Sun-
day night was well attended, and ev-
eryone reported a nice time.
The siaging at the Church Sunday
afternoon Was also well attended.
The teachers enjoyed a pleasant ev-
ening at the home of Mrs. E. M. Chan-
lace and' Tom
What the Camp Fire Program Does the C.l-on Players, u college dramatic able of dealing with the public in a vocal numbers were given by Mrs.
Not Approve Of. club, two years, and a member and pleading and most satisfactory man- Homer Heatly and Mrs. Milton But^
It does not provide for any military reader of the college Glee Club two ner. lie states he will be found on the ler. Refreshments were served at the
dnll or training. ' years. job at the Tailoring Shop at all times close of the afternoon to about eighty
. _ , It docs not use military terms in Mr. Bowman will coach the Junior and expects to give such service as guests.
ty was the first to pass the 1000 mark any department. ' and Senior plays this .spring. j will please the most exacting custo- j>,. and p- McGreeor Dr
and McClain county is no^ crowding: It does not in any way imitate any , ,, ,, , ," , • , leers, and satisfy those who want the' (I »«,_ p r' H'|m„ * , H. ' :
them close. In McClain they have the j movement for boy.-. J- H-Meadows cheered us up consul- very bost for their money. M,,s- *• L- Ho»m« andl . and
largest local yet formed in the state,! It does not copy boys activities. i erably Saturday when lie called to re- _ guest* with the W hilars club -kt the
that at Blanchard which has 300 It does not emphasize nor encour- n,e,wf subscription. He says we will fO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTO- h^me of Dr and Mrs W S Vaustian
members. age anything but the simple and fun- disappointment in a MERS. Fridtv evening The usual' IZ If
We must not let these counties damental things which are a part of sJM'rt time antl wonder why we wor- 600 followed bv suDDer Mr and
keep ahead of us, but above all we the life of every girl and woman. > ried. | We, tae F irm of Covington Brothers ! jj ^ ' viiU entirtain the
must not let this opportunity to get About a dozen little girls in Man- 4 . J d.es|l« to take this means of expres- ! "• «>chanls will entertain the
more money for our cotton slip by. j gum who are over twelve years of . w- Umbarh of West Polk street sing our appreciation tor the splendid | ..... " . ,
It is up to us to get busy, now, orlage are anxious to become Camp Fire >s a new subscriber whom we are ; business, which has been given us by Invitations were issued this week
else make up our minds to take a back ; Girls, and w<>uld like to have some mighty glad to add to our list. j our friends and customers during the by Mr and Mrs J. E. Pace for the
seat and rock along in the old way i young lady or young married woman | ; past several years that we have teen calibration of their golden wedding
while our neighbors are organizing i who is interested in such work volun- , Ml,-S- Q- D- Satterwhite has our doing business, as COVINGTON anniversary next Wednesday, January
and marketing their cotton coopera- teer to be their guardian. thanks for a renewal the past week. | BROTHERS, and that we are to con-; at the home of their son Mark
tively for perhaps twice what we will | The following are the girls who are
ey, last Thursday night.
snt were John Wallace
Miss Angie Haupe spent the week-
e-gs | end at Granite last week, and was ac-
Th'e Liberty Cafe will give two din-, cpmpanied home Monday morning by
ners for the best dozen brown eggs. | Norris and Mrs. Gates.
Overton and Head will clean one Miss Venable took dinner at the
suit of clothes (girls or boys) for best M®lton , 0 ...
pen of Blue Andolusions. . ®*r. and Mrs. Ethndge Smith were
Grigsby's Cnfectionary will give l Visitors at the Kirk home, Sunday
box of candy for best pen of white I Miss Mattie Foraker visited Mrs.
Langshans . E. C. Chaney, Sunday afternoon.
Mangum National Bank $5 for best Joe Dark left for some place in
pen of White Orpingtons. | Tennessee Saturday night.
Doolen & Co $2.50 in mdse. for best , Wayne Duffer was driving the truck
pen of Cornish games. vt^r'JPai* Monday.
Heatly Bros. Cotton Brokers $2.50 Miss Gertrude Busby who has been
cash for best pen of White Minorcas.! visiting in the home of Mr. Poole
Cicero Smith Lumber Co., $2.50 in
Merchandise for best pen Buff Leg-
Lily Baking Co., $2.50 in mdse. for
best pen White Brahmaa.
Chambers Gro. Co. $2.60 in mdse,
tor beat pen Buff Rocks.
Elliaon Drug Co., $2.50 for beat pen
Mot tier Anconaa. J
The Dixie Store $2.60 In mdse. for
beat pen of Bronl* TUrteys.
McGee Dry Goods Co., $2.50 in
mdse., for best pen White Anconaa.
Lovett and WWcker fiBO in mdtw.
best pen O.
JaekJmTwibmi $2.50 best pea of
H. L .Mecum, $1.00 beat blue barred
All birds mast be exhibited In coops
that have doors easily to be OMHi
Birds must be entered not later
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Melton visited
his father Sunday.
than 4 p.m. Jan. 31.
No entry will be charged.
must be 1920 hatched.
Chas. M. Smith In charge of Poul-
try. A. Sl M. Specialists will also
lodge the birds.
For particulars see Mrs. Helen
Condon, Prone 261, Co. Home Dem.
Agent. Also Oscar Givens, Sec. Greer
County Poultry Association.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ,
From January the 15th to February
the 4th, are the dates as posted for
all those who vote at Mangum to give
o REED NEWS c
Another week has passed and Reed
is still on the map.
Art Hofloway's .vaiidetiHs. -and pic-
turn show was hers three e»—lugs
Bloomington Ball teams ci .
Friday sad played ball with Beed
tea ins, Bloomington girts wen the'
game played Iky the girts and Asad
Grandpa and Grandma MeO
sgentpart of the week alt the &
Misses Carrie and Bernice Tocher
spent the week-end with home fotka.
Misses Mary Culpepper and (Cather-
ine Tucker spent Sundap afternoon
with Bernice Carpenter.
Misses Lillie and Hub? Roberts vis-
ited at Reed this week.
S. Venable and wife were dinner
guests at the Carpenter home Sunday.
Miss Ddith Massie spent the weHr
end at home.
WESTLEY CHAPEL NEWS
The farmers of the community are
very glad indeed to see such beauti-
ful weather for pulling bolls.
Church and Sunday School were
attended by a large crowd Sunday
everybody is invited to attend Sunday.
We are glad to report a new arrival
at Mr. Jessie Jones' house. They have
Assessment for this year 1921 « Mr. Jessie Jones' house. They have
ButTf you live in some other voting a nsw baby girl, weighing 9 pounds.
Lh it w convenient for you The party that was given by G. C.
wWle you are in town, why not drop I White Saturday night was attended
to the Office at the Court House and by a large crowd and every body had
irive in vour assessment during these a **lce time.
i i diiv* °ur Bch°o1 13 progressing nicely.
Howe'ver, I will make all voting pre- We hope to have a literary society
cincts as heretofore, but cannot give
Saturdays and First Mondays in the
office as I did last year, as aft?r I
start to the other voting precincts the
6th of February I will be out every
day until the 26th of March. Then in
the Office for 20 days for those who
failed to see me up to that time.
Remember that both personal and
real estate must be assessed for this
year 1921, also Agricultural Statistics
must be reported.
Please don't wait till the last and
have to wait, COME IN BEFORE
THE "USH EMMA FAULKNER.
County Assessor, Greer County.
A Corporation was formed this past
week, when Covington Brothers dis-
solved their co-partnership and incor-
porated with a capital stock of $200,-
000. The officers of the new cotpora-
tion are D. T. Covington, Pres.; W. P.
Houck, Vice Pres.; and W. A. Coving-
ton, Secy-Treas. Covington Brothers
have enjoyed a fine business for the
past several years, and only this lfcst
year erected their modern office build-
ing on the north side of the square.
The new corporation will be known as
Covington Brothers Farm Loan & In-
vestment Company. Thev will contin-
ue the business as heretofore, except
under the new corporation.
C. T. Clay of route three is the sort
of citizen we like to meet. He is one
of our new subscribers.
J. I. Evans of Granite Is the sort of
folks who are the salt of the earth.
He renewed until November 1921 the
W. M. Davidson, formerly of Vin-
son, who now lives on Mangum route
4, is among the good farmer friendc
who joined the Starlight list the past
Jack Write has bought him a buggy
Look out girls!
Sam Sullivan and family have mov-
ed to Sayre this week to make their
future home. We regret their leaving
very much and can say to the people
in the community where they are go-
ing that they have some more good
The principal of Dean School, Miss
Pearl Stephens, visited home folks
Saturday pnd Sunday.
Miss Gladys Dulaney visited Misses
Anna and Bessie Whitmire Sunday.
Francis Murray visited Dean school
Emmett Watts from Duke *is mov-
ing to our neighborhood. We are glad
to see him come.
The speaking at Dean Friday night
was well attended but the speakers
Miss Hazel White spent part of
Sunday with Mrs. Bessie Tyler.
Marie Reynolds went over to Dean
Church to Sunday School last Sunday.
C. A. Huglin of Mangum route four
was a pleasant caller at our office
while In Mangum Friday. He is now
paid up on the Star of course.
J. A. Smith of route three wad an-
other good friend whom we are sure is
happy. He renewed for the Star last
J. A, Mayfield of Reed route one
will be happy and is entitled to suc-
ceed In all things. He renewed for the
J. S. Burns of Vinson brought good
cheer to the Star office while in Man-
gum HiuhHla|r;i" .
Frank Cherney and C. M. Smoot
both ef the good community up about
Willow were in Thursday and renew-
ed for another year. They were doing
jury service for the district court.
be able to get under the old plan.
Yours very respectfully,
DR. R. T. LEE.
SAVE BREAD WRAPPERS
tinue our business under the name of Pace, and Mrs. Pace. A number of
L. Carloss of Granite route four; COVINGTON BROTHERS l'ARM out-of-town relatives and friends will
organizing the Camp Fire Girls:
There is a wonderful chance here ' Mitchell
Dallas, formerly \ and
wrappers off their Blue Ribbon Bread.
Any child can exchange ten Blue Rib-
bon Wrappers for a ticket to any of
the picture shows in the town where
he lives. With the ticket is also a
coupon which reads "not good for ad-
mittance" and the child that brings
in the largest number of these aou-
phone Mr. Postal
mg, or 261 at tne Red Cross Office.
COUNTS GETS OUTLAW
Don Counts and his bloodhounds
deserve credit ot "getting' one of the i H. W. Gumm says the ffast year has
p . , , ., auto thieves and murderers who tooK ; 5";u'e a fell°w sit UP ,and by the
p.°"s ,on February 12th before three ; a car an(J shot two Caly,n men ia t job but he fears not but that we will
o clock will receive ten dollars m cash. week Qne of the bandlts whose name all be just as well off in a few months.
Remember that each ten Blue Rib- js unknown escaped from a large He ^as in Mangum Satuiday after
r>v,"i^'r't^)Pif'? a"j it? y°U t 66 P°88€ of men in Hughes county and supplies.
Child's ticket. And the most Coupons llid in a pile of lea^s the |
gets ten dollars cash. The story is told by the McAlester | H. J. Banks of Willow was among
————— News-Capital as follows: ,the good crowd in Mangum Saturday,
H. G. Carder of near Jester was Officers of all the surrounding court-1 he remembered his Star subscription
down Saturday making some purchas- try were notified, the Pittsburg coun- I which prpves he is absolutely all
es. He says the green bugs are doing ty officer».and the ddgs from the state ' right.
some damage in his country. We need i penitentiary were gent to the scene
a lot of real winter weather soon.; and « man hunt began for the two
Mr. Carder of course renewed for the bandits. They had Arrived in a large
- . d Mr. Castle or
assure you that it shall be the , Okemah, Okla.
The members of the Arts and
) met Saturday afternoon
„ -■ , —.oo Katherine Powers. Current
R. S Francis has ordered his Man- ^ce^matter"' S'fS and CHy ^le to rolfcaU "wi^the" s£c*i
gum Star changed from Vinson to ; Lonns, Fire, Life und Accident Insur-j topic for the day was the Irish Ques-
ance, Surety Bonds, and all the lines tion. Mrs. W. B. Garrett treated the
ot business that we have been doing. subject from the historical standpoint
heretofore. and Mrs. Clay Hall gave a synopsis
Lilv Bakerv is offering Free to use one's influence in desirable Clty Manager here, was in Mangum a policy of this organization to endeav- , The merr
to anv nicture show &r the channels, any one interested can ^de Saturday. He renewed for the or to render a real semce to those Crafts club
rs off their Bhle Ribbon Bread Phone Mr. Post.pt the Central Build- star whlle here- Wlth whom we have dealings And we , with Miss 1
' has a nice farm.
Star while here.
J. M. Campbell of Jester was in.
town Tuesday transacting business.
As he was leaving town recently he-
found n parse belonging to Mrs. W.
M. MartUfo* Vinson, and brought it
to the Star eflee. Mrs.. Martip called
In Itoasdap afternoon and rapeiftad
her parse, money and other valuables
the paras eaaMned, and thanked the
Star and Mr. CatnpbeMNbir retaining
her beC pan* aad other valuables.
W. T. Ponder and
Baby Doyle of Mangum roi)te two
Is a good snbeeriber who helped drive
away the blues hut week.
ROUTS THREE NEWS o
Elmer West and family have mov-
ed to town.
Quite a number of people motored
out to the well on the Roacher farm
Mrs. John Roacher is still reported
on the sick list.
Cadillac tonriiM car., with the Bide
curtain* drawn, in this they at-
tempted escape rafter their ectane «t
the river. The ear, said to have been
stolen at .Hsntford, Arkansas, was
run into, a sough mountain road and
abandoned hi the end af a route Hn-
poatible-for travel. It was run into n
gully about twenty fmf deep,'and
fram this. pointi the panitentiary aian,
Caantb, ahbeis keepfcr of «he kennels,
took the trail. > -
Abent eight miles from the aban-
dohed enr the dogs located ene the
bandits eoamaledfssstetha eyes of His
pursuers. *jr a cleverly .thrown up p(le>
Of brush and leaves. The dogs cir-
cled about the pile and be«pa to
scratch away the leaves. The man
came out without resistance and sur-
rendered,. and the chase, for the other
At a point about two miles further,
Counts' dogs who had run far ahead
of him came close upon the man they
sought. Two dogs were leading, and
the bandit shot and killed one. The
other dog awaited the approach of his
master, then the real excitement be-
gan for soon the bandit realized the
close quarters and taking refuge be-
hind a group of trees many shots
were fired at the dog attendant. Some
came so close to Counts' head that he
could feel the current of air caused by
passing bullets, but he was not hit.
Counts' returned fire, however, w~s
de.-.dly. Three ti^iog 1 e fired and three
H. S. Chambers has had his Star
sent out on route two, where he will
look after his good farm this season.
Rev. R. L, Own bey remembered us
with a check for a Real's subscription
Saturday. - ■>' ' •
W. F. Baker • of^Viftson was Here
Friday teblrfn* afte* the needs for
his good farm in Mat coirtmenity.
% '' ■•>■1 ,t«w« . »-•
" jr.-c; Garrison of>CMMtte<TouCe foUripresent?
is-h new subscriber'jM* Wetew tMfo-
fort sure He ll mi^tygded HAv/toi
J. T. Cox 1
gum, new of Monte Ne AAa*fias,«k»s —..... —
'lodlring after hiS 'inteffesto^here 'We «ick at this writing this Week.
A, B. Chapman at- roots to^t was a
pleasant caller at QUDToffiee Kriday.
He says he is buying-a-fow morp'good
cows and telling the cotton patch
goodbye. Only a small, patch for him
W. L. Spencer formerly ' of Man-
gum route three was in Friday and in-
forms us he will hereafter, live on
Reed route two.
,, j ** • oi-ss j iir . mi «*v;uiiy. i iiicu l'^ iuii ! v riruu arm i
>™T- apndKM^„3lff?„ll,W^,W'1 times fe human target was
live on P. E. Boyett's farm north of
town this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry of Mangum,
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cur-
reathers Sunday afternoon.
George Carothers and family for-
merly lived on route four have moved
to the Wright farm on this route.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Armstrong and
daughter Thelma also Ray Buchanan
of Waco Texas took dinner with Claud
Smith and /amily Friday.
T. R. Busby, Pete Busby and Mr.
and Mrs. J. IC Busby motored to Wil-
low Sunday to visit relatives there.
Mrs. Ethel Smith spent last Tues-
day with Mrs. Bill Herd on route 4.
There was quite a crowd attended
the A. H. Weber sale last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Barrett have
J. D. Wingfield had his paper chan-
ged from Reed to Mangum the past
OZARK PUBLIC SCHOOL o
and upon be.ng a iproiclied wn ."ou .d I *
to have benn Inr.t .ntly killed.
The service of the state penitentiary
dogs is being highly commended by
citizens as Thursday's work was an
example of efficiency. It was 10 o'-
clock when the warden's office re-
ceived the call for them and notwith-
standing a slight delay in the getaway
they arrived at the scene of the aban-
doned Cadillac at 12:0 and before 3
o'clock the tragedy was finished and
the dogs were homeward bound.
Local officers had scattered out to
assist the posse groups and Sheriff
Sanders and Jailer Holleman, who
knows all of the Stuart and Calvin
wilderness, were but a few miles from
the point where the capture was made.
Reports from Calvin indicate that
W. A. COVINGTON,
D. T. COVINGTON
v We seem as ne»v coalers, as we have
been absent so long.
The people of this vicinity are near-
ly through cotton picking, just a few
more days will wind it ail up.
Mr. Gilchrist and family moved in-
to our community last week. We are
glad to have these people, they for-
merly lived near Hester.
Prayer meeting was well attended
J^Mt-.Wednesday night. Every body
come next Wednesday night' to the
The party given at the home of Mr.
and Mis. K. -U. McCurdy last Thurs-
day night i« honor of the 7th, 8th
pod .9th grades . was enjoyed-by all
Mies Sal lie Dennis spent Tueaday
■is mikhty'*N*l HAmrt night with Miss Olive Boyd. »
«. ' ! , -Bpb Rohbms had the great misfor-
formerly o# Weft of Man- .tone of lp»ing two fine horpe* v^ith
blind staggers and has another, one
Kifcittle Paul' Gilchrist and little Mil-
ton. Vaughan have been very, sick
Miith tonsilitis but are . better at this
Miss Lenice Stines spent Thursday
night with Miss Dealva Robbing.
Singing was well attended last
Sunday evening. Everybody come next
Miss Floe Stephenson spent- Satur-
day night with Miss Elva Vaughan.
Misses Ethel Johnson, Minnie Kate
Guthrie and Jettie Hinton took dinner
of the late 'disturbances and present
day unrest among the people of Ire-
land. The program was followed by
luncheon. At the next meeting, which
will be held on January 29, with Mrs.
J. B. Hollis. The Yellow Peril, or The
Japanese situation, will be discussed
in addition to the regular program.
Mrs. Clint Pace returned Thursday
from Teague, Texas, where she was
called by the death of her brother,
Mr. Brad Parks, who has visited here.
Miss Jessie Alice Wilson was hos-
tess to the Chin Chin club Saturday
afternoon, when special guests were
Misses Annie Duffy, Virginia Merritt,
Helen Jacobs, Mary Buford -Van Wag-
afr, and, Sue Her" ~
games, music <nd ]
enjoyed. New oT
year were Miw 1
ident, and Miss Vinita , .
ington.. > .
<■ The friends af M^saJ
be interested In hpewf-
in-the ..annual beaut;
closed nt Oklahoma-<.
men afc> Chickasha, /.
defeated several other c
approximately 2,600 votes. Sha I
won second place last year in a simi-
lar contest at the college of which
she is. a student.
Miss Ola Wicker entertained at six
o'clock dinner Thursday evening, fol-
lowed by a theatre party. Her guesta
were Miss Jennie Tittle, Miss Mae
Stihson, Miss Elizabeth Gregor, Misa
Viola Steele, Miss Grace Parten, Misa
Katherine Powers, Mrs. Lynn Nor-
man and Mrs. Fairford Dodson.
Mrs. M. E. Bowman, Mrs. P. J.
Boyle, Jr., Miss Harriett Reeboirgk
and Miss Odyne Cornell were guesta
moved to the Weber farm. the two wounded citizens who were
Miss Nannie Hughes spent the week | shot by motor bandits Thureday> are
end in Granite,
WILD CAT NEWS o
We have been having some more
pretty weather for the people to gath-
er their cotton.
Bro . Davis filled his regular ap-
pointment Sunday evening.
' Beulah Nelson and her husband and
two girls of Humphrey, Okla., visited
at the H. H. Passmore home Sunday.
Miss Alma White and John Brewer
were quietly married last Saturday.
A crowd of young folks gathered at
the S. Bentley home Sunday night and
sang a while.
C. G. Passmore spent Saturday
night with the Bentley family.
Some of the people attended the
pie supper at Shrewder last Friday
E. L. Mulnns moved on the Proctor
place at Shrewder Monday.
S. Bentley and wife and Fannie Lee
Thomason motored to Olustee Sat-
Miss Winnie Brown and Mrs. Julia
Thomason spent Sunday at the Ram-
The speaking Friday night was at-
tended by a large crowd.
Dr. T. S. Chapman, physician of Mc-
Alester, was called ip attendance of
Messrs. Wilson and Reese scon aft -r
the shooting. He found both men ser-
with Mrs. Effie Rogers Sunday.
Miss Lenice Stines entertained and ... ., - . , ., _. r-
served supper to a few of her friends! ^ the memwrs of the Chatterers
Sunday night in honor of her seventh <1?^ Thursday evening's meeting
birthday . Those present were Misses j y™ knzabeth Gregory at tM
Luana Wilson and Dealva Robbins,' h°me of Mre. P. J. Boyle, Sr. At the
and Messrs Oliver and Willis Hunt cl5>8® an evening spent with gamea
and Arthur Davis. °f. 600 » u?ht supper was served.
Messrs Jesse and Bryan Stephen- Miss Naomi Hartman will be the
• son and mother of Hobart spent tne | <lub 3 "ext hostess.
0 week-end with their sisters and | On Friday evening Mrs. Russell
daughters, Mrs. W. B. Gilchrist and Jacobs and Mrs. Will Jacobs enter-
After a week's vascation for Xmas Miss Floe Stephenson. tained with a beautifully appointed
holidays our school opened again on Midway girls went to Liberty last dinner in the formers uome. Their
January 3rd with a resolution of Friday afternoon and played Basket guests included largely the teachers
making" the new year a better one for ball. Liberty won. The score was 2 to of their children. Covers were laid for
tnis school. We have new it-quipmen'cs 12. Two of Midway's best players j Miss Vera Caddeli, Miss^ Gladys ^Mc-
for the high school rooms, mosi all ol
the grades havfe increased attendance
and the spirit of. the school seems to
have improved in every way.
The people of this vicinity were
surprised to hear of the marirage of
Miss Nell Litton and M>\ Auhiey
Stephens of Consolidated No. 8. We
join hands and hearts in wishing them
a 1 a^-pj and enjoyable life.
Willie Hawkins ^eft Monday a week
for Bisbee, Arizona, where he intends
to be a miner.
Miss Regina Cox, of Brinkman
spent Sunday with Miss Orveta Haw-
MisS Maud Cummings visited Miss
Naoma Cnddel Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Shumate and
were out A forward and a guard. We Collister, Miss Viola Steele, Misa
also debated with Liberty that night. Mary Jane Fry, Miss Tulip Anne
Midway won the decision of the jud- Jones, Miss Elizabeth Gregory, Miss
es. Anna Kunkle, Miss Mae Stinson, Miss
Misses Minnie Kate Guthrie and Odyne Cornell, Miss Lulu Patterson,
Ethel Hinton spent Friday night in Miss Grace Jones, Miss Dorothea
Mangum. Hanson, Miss Helen Stewart, Mrs.
Mr . and Mrs. Wiley Hinton and Paul James, Mi's. O. A. Lock, Mrs.
two song, Oscar and Joe spent Sat- Byon Sampson, Mrs. J. A. Post, Mrs.
urday and Sunday in Lone Wolf. Wallace Emerson, Mis. Lee Hawkins,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler of Sayre and Mrs. Ralph Bradshaw.
visited relatives here Svinday. I Mrs. Jeff Wilsoh and little daughter
Tom Bellows of Elk City spent of Frederick are here visiting her
Sunday with relatives. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cocke,
Miss Lorena Iteeves spent Tuesday while Mr. Wilson is in the eastern
night with Miss Willie Vaughan. markets.
Ralph Tuttle took dinner with Bill i Mrs. Phil Rouer and little son Jack
Dennis Sunday. Winburne returned to Pccassett, Wed-
Misses Floe Stephenson and Elva nsday after a short visit here with
iously wounded One has eight shots fami'l'y, Mr. Lolyd Shumate and wife Vaughan "spent" Tuesday "night with relatives. ,
received in his body and the other has and Mr and Mrs. Will Norris visited Miss Ora Mammons. Mis. S. D. Rude and Miss Myrtle
two. All of the bullets had passed ^jr ancj joe Galloway Sunday. Several of the young people of this Rude left today for 1 uscon, Arizona,
completely through their bodies how- M M Morris is seriously ill with | community attended the party given where they will spend the remainder
eVnr'i? n " ( ; i i I pneumonia this week. j at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Lowe of "Of the winter.
Both Roose and Wilson had been, Miss Annie Agkins 8pent Sunday Blair Saturday night. I Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Crittenden were
shot near the heart,N through their Misg Audie Thompson. Miss Jettie Hinton took dinner with hosts to the A. \ . L. I. club Thursday
lungs, which Is considered a very dan- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Curreathers. i Miss Ora Hammon Sunday. I evening, when Mrs. H. L. Crittenden
gerous place so it is with apprehen- of Hobart, visited Mrs. Curreathers' Miss Willie Vaughan spent Satur- was the only additional guest. Ine
sion that developments are watched m sistcr Mrs. j M. McClung Monday. I day with Miss Floe Stephenson. form of entertainment was games of
their cases. Other injuries were shots Thp party at Miss Thelma Ander- ! The party given at the home of 600, with refreshments at the close
received in the arms and wnsts. ! son.g Friday njKht was enioyed by a : Mr and Mrs. W. J. Reeves, in honor of the evening. 'Hie clubs next meet-
It is stated that one victim had :, crowd of young pcoI)l,..
three shots in th. breast that were in j fdwjn Agidns spent Friday night
a radius of only one inch or two. It ^th Jack Caddeli.
is noted also that the bandit who was
later killed outright in his fight with
the penitentiary dogs and Counts, the
kennel man. was a crack shot, for the
bandifs three shots at the blood
hound were close together in the dog's
Miss Lillian Thompson spent the
day with Miss Nona Herndon Sunday.
Miss K. Ola Jinks spent Sunday
night with her grandmother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clampitt and
two little sons returned to their home
at Duncan, Tuesday after a short vis-
it with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
of their son, Lawrence's fifteenth ing wil be held with Mr. and Mrs. Em-
birthday. Those present reported and ory Begin.
Miss Thelma Doughty returned
Monday from Chickasha where she
B. F. Burnett of Brinkman route ..
one came down on business Saturday. N. Nance.
He never forgets when his Star suh-1 Allean Caddeli and Lillie Askins,
script ion expires and has the cash to Avere the guests of Jimmie Lee Jinks,
renew. > ! Sunday.
. | Mr. Fred McClung and mother, M's
A. P. McGavock of Willow helped i Kate McClung and Miis Ruby Mo-
make life pleasant for the Star Editor | Clung psent Sunday with Mr. D. S.
while he was in Mangum Thursday. Jinks, and family.
Mazda Light Globes for sale. At has been attending Oklahoma College
Sampson & Short's. 82-2! for Women.
Mrs. Tom Hollingsworth left Fri-
Mazda Light Globes for sale. At clnyl for her hpme in Madill; Okla.,
Sampson & Short's. 32-2 after a month's visit in Mangum. She
was accompanied as far as Oklahoma
W. A. Lamport of Brinkman was > City bv her sister Miss Kate Gardiner,
down Saturday and had us print him } Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hext of Cana-
some stationery. He raises fine White dian, Texas who were among the'
Leghorn Chickens. Ho also renewed early settlers in Mangum were guests
for the Star. of Mr. und Mrs. C. P. Hamilton. Wed-
- nesday while on their way to Mlnerml
C. A. Armstrong of Willow is an-1 Wells, Texas, to spend several weeks,
other good friend who remembered to1 Mrs. Bqh Parks of Burkbumjtt.
call and renew while in Mangum Sat- Texas was the week end guest of Mrs.
urday. W. F, Heame.
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Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1921, newspaper, January 20, 1921; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283887/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.