The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1921 Page: 2 of 12
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
See Our Windows for Special $ Day Attractions
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
CARD OF THANKS
EMPRESS GETS SPECIALS
Hinds A Hinds of the Empress
Examination week is here again I For every noble deed and kinchin* Theatre announce the purchase of all
- AnTZntlshouldberin to realize1 rendered to us while helpless, by alt the 1921 Specials put outby the Para-
a dnstudents should begin to real frjen<jH and ioved ones, we wish to ex- mount Company. As all know, and ap-
fully the importance of knowing "lor-' pregl through the Star our sincere preciatf, these Paramount specials
oughly each day's lesson. The close of thanks for same. For God alone can
school is approaching and spring reward those who perform such deeds.
days make the student feel that he I We thank you, one and all, a thou.,-
, ™ lt : and times for your every help.
need not work any more, lt is se\en rnnn an,i wirr
weeks, however, before wiy pupil.! R. L. FORD and WIFE.
should take a rest. Parents, s<;e that
lur boy and girl are preparing their
lessons. Home study is essential for
the success of a high school boy or
The Junior Class presented a fine
program in chapel Thursdaj, April
seventh. The program given was Is
Saxophone and Violin Duet, Helen
Stone and Mildred Wyman, Mary K.
Townsend at the piano.
Reading, Kathleen Jessee.
Voci-.l Duet, Gussie Evans and Mildred
j'iano Solo: Mary Hoyle Heatly.
In addition to this splendid program
theer were two very attractive sret>ei •
given from the play "Back to the
Farm'1. These scenes were given tor
the purpose of advertising the Junior
Play, and they proved to be very en-
The classes at Mangum High -were
dismissed at three o'clock on Thuis-
day( April seventh, in order that the
students might go to the Mangum-
Altus base ball game in a body. The
band, dressed in uniform led the pa-
rade which marched through the
■treeets and around the square and
then to the diamond. The players and
the people in the aide-lines were fre-
quently disturbed by the showers,
which had been making an attempt
to close the game before time, but "on
with the game' they went. The score
board showed at the close of the game
these figures, 15 to 5 in favor of Al-
The juniors are rejoicing over -he
splendid success of the Junior Play
which was given Friday evening, Ap-
ril eighth under the direction of Mr. |
L. L. Bowman. Not only the Juniors
but every one in Mangum High School
appreciate** the co-opjration of the
citizens of the town. The large atten-
dance gave us ass&rance of your sup-.
port. Everyone who saw the play
agrees that the characters were not
only well chosen, but each character
performed his part well. The perfor-
mance showed that careful training
had been given to the students.
The orchestra music and special
numbers which were given during the
evening added very much to the en-
joymnt of those present.
You don't have to keep our loan
several years before you can pay it
off. Liberal pay privilege. Overton &
itorious Pictures made these days.
TTie .Empress is to be congratulate !
upon securing these excellent pictures.
Among them are Homoresque, Fatty
Arbuckle in Brewster's Millions and
others not yet announced.
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To
You »re hereby notified that you j
have beer, sued by Ollie Glover in the
District Court of Greer County of
Oklahoma for a Decree of divorce and
for all further relief to which the
plaintiff may show herself entitled,
and that unless you answer on or be-
fore thi 31st day of May, 1921, said
tition will be taken as confessed and
MARY L. WATKINS,
judgment rendered accordingly.
Hobart Shields of Wichita Falls,
Texas, is here visiting his sister, Mrs.
C. A. Pemberton.
Sudan Grass Seed
We have only a few hundred of these
seed, so get them now. These seed are
state inspected, all recleaned.
We can help build your home and
insure it while you build. Overton &
The Dickey Wag-
on Yard is Now
Open for Business
All kinds of Iron
and Woodwork done
by skilled workmen.
Plow work and all
horseshoeing a spec-
All work will be
done as reasonable
as good work and
material will permit.
Give us a trial and
No wagon yard fee
wil be charged to
those who have work
done at my shop. I
am yours for busi-
•/••AT—UV» W WUUIItl.l' 'A.' -A" -Af -U 'Af »Af 'U «A»
W. B. DICKEY
REPAIRING"T)N KOOPS 1
We'll keep right on talking
about our ti rning and roofin?
while the printer's ink holds
out. We are do!ng you a good
turn when we interest you in
our ability because when you
need our ability because when
you need our services you'll
have our telephone number han-
dy—hers it is.
Notice to Tax Payers
i will be in the Office at the Court House
20 days beginning March 28th, and end-
ing April 19th, for the purpose of assess-
ing all Personal Property and Real Es-
tate of those who failed to meet me in
their voting precinct.
And if you do not come in within the 20
days, which time is up April the 19th, ac-
cording to law you will be declared delin-
quent ,and $1.00 penalty will be added to
County Assessor, Greer County
MRS. HOUSE WIFE
Does the Wind and Dirt blow in around your Doors and Windows?
I CAN STOP IT! , . . „
Weather Strip will work for you long after the price is forgotten.
L. P. CH1NN
Lumber at Cost!
Entire stock of J. C. Long Lumber
Co. to be closed out at present whole-
sale prices. You can save money.
H. E. OAKES, Trustee.
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
1. Friday night is High School night. The teachers and' student body in-
vited. A section will be reserved for them.
2. Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, a service for children from 14 years
3. Sunday afternoon, meeting for men and boys.
Dr. Goddard is preaching to great crowds morning and night. ^
Don't miss his great messages.
Come! Come! Come!
First Methodist Church
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Jessee, Elmer V. The Mangum Star (Mangum, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1921, newspaper, April 14, 1921; Mangum, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284424/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.