Elk City News-Democrat (Elk City, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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mix; CITY NgWft»PBMO»»*T THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1922.
A MISSIONARY PACUNA’
The Interesting and popular for-
eign mission studies upon India car-
ried o% at the Presbyterian Church
. the past six weeks, will be concluded
on Wednesday flight, the 15th, with
a pageant and other incidents relat-
ing to India. The program has three
chief features. FIRST, a native
wedding with the following cast:
Groom, Daniel Mayer; groom’s best
man, W. M. Rumberger; bride, Eli-
zabeth Hewlett; bride’s man, W. H.
Hewlett; bride’s father, J. A. Tracy;
bride’s mother Laura Ward.
Groom’s party: W. B. Hedlund, W.
C. Thomas, W. M. Rumberger, Man-
ford Snoddy, Geo. Papdel, Coleman
Hewlett, Findley Elliott. Village
women at wedding: Edrie Treeis,
Maxine Lotta, Maryetta Borden,
Mamie Wiley, Olive Elliott, Irene
Taylor, Lydia Adams.
SECOND, a presentation of Mrs.
Ramabai the friend of the Hindu
widows, with Anna Snoddy carrying
the part of Ramabai. THIRD, a mis-
sionary doctor, interpreting some in-
cidents from the life of Dr. Victoria
McArthur, by Kathryn Rumberger.
Typical Indian refreshments will
be served. No admission, of course,
will be charged but many have asked
for the chance to make a free will
offering, for the benefit of the mis-
sionary treasury of the church lad-
ies. The public is cordially asked to
“CAPPY RICKS” PICTURES
Prom the novel by Peter B.
Kyne, is a nexcellent comedy-drama
with THOMAS MEIGHAN and AG-
NES AYRES. Story Theater, Nov-
ember 15-16. 10c and 30c,
Mrs. T. J. Sims clebrated has
seventy-sixth birthday an last Sat-
urday, November 4th. Her daughter,
Mrs. Pauline Carlton, was here and
spent the day.
There is as much difference in
i paper with a “patent inside,” (that
.s half the paper printed in Okla-
homa City, New York, Chicago, or
somewhere else) as there is in, a
prairie schooner and a Rolls-Royce.
Much of the popularity of the News
Democrat is due to the fact that we
have no “patent inside.” It is all
371 IN BAPTIST S. S.
There were 86 officers and teach-
ers present at the Baptist Sunday
School last‘Sunday and a total of
371 in attendance, and the offering
amounted to |13.50. There were
twelve pew pupils and eleven vis-
AT THE MOVIES NEXT WEEK
With Oliver Curwood’e ipendid
drama “Nomad* of the North" you
will alto tee a one reel Harold Lloyd
comedy and n Pathe Newt that thowt
the burning of Smyrna during the
recent Turkish victory over the
Grceki in Aeia Minor and the abdica-
tion of Conatantine, the Greek ruler.
THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Mrs. Pearl Clarke has been on the
sick list the past week.
Little Margaret Sutton had her
tonsils and adenoids t removed. She
is getting along fine.
Misses Maryie and Angie Marshal
cone iio'1 e Irani Elk Qi1/ Thursday.
On November 2nd., the program
of “Art of Renaissance” wbb espe-
cially enjoyed. Mrs. Stapdifer acted
as leader on account of the absence
of Mrs. Dennis.
Early Day Painters.
Fra Angelico and Fra Filipps—
Michael Angelico—Mrs. Young.
Pres. Summary—Mrs. Standifer.
“The Church Where You Are A
Stranger But Once.”
CHAS. H. LEMMEX, Minister
Big Mens Bible Class Meets in the
Basement of Library.
Preaching Service am) Communion
11:00—“The Divine Estimate of
Christian Endeavor—6:30. ♦
Midweek Service, Wednesday.
Christian Fellowship and gospel
■'Teaching. Your presence will be
CHARLES H. LEMMEX, Minister.
Mrs. Ruth Halt Crabtree and lit-
tle son arrived here Sunday from
Escanaba, Michigan for a months’
visit with friends and relatives. Jodie
will come at Christmas time and
spend a few days and accompany his
Miss Crystal of Dempsey visited
here last week at the Amos Williams
home. She formerly attended school
in Elk City.
W. H. Wi: N St COMPANY
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY
to loan on Farms and Town
Property. Low rates, easy
Four room house. to sell
Small tract, well improved,
adjoining town, a bargain.
Some good bargains in farms
We write al lkins of Insur-
We write all kinds of Insur-
W. H. WINN & COMPANY
Mias Anna Dudley, county super-
intendent, was here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. eBrt Pennell spent
Saturday and Sunday ip Oklahoma
City with their daughter, Mrs. Arlie
Hammack and the little grandson.
“NOMADS OF THE NORTH”
from the novel by James Oliver
Curwood is a good drama of Cana-
da’s North Woods. Betty Blythe,
Lon Cheney and Lewis Stone, star.
Story Theatre, Nov. 13-14—t<sual
Some complaint has been register-
s'##*#**#***#### ; ed wth the librarian because there
# # 1 is not enough new fiction, in reply
# FIFTEEN YEARS AGO * j this complaint we beg that you read
# October 10th, 1907 # to this complaint we beg that you
* $ read some really valuable books a-
■*) October 24, 1907
Elk City was six years old last
long with your fiction. There is
now in our library books of fiction
that ought pot to be there. The o>}e
Western Oklahoma. It has now about V . criticaiiv9 After you
4,000 inhabitants and others com.ng "boof learnslething
most every day. j about your author and how he rankit
The stockholders of the Beckham among American and English auth-
County Fair Association held their or6 Mrs. Woods will give you
meeting last Thursday and thefol- books and magazines that will make
lowing directors were elected: R. D| sucb a study possible. After you
Embree, T. L. VanVacter, J. C. Hoo- have started this method you will
ver, N. B. Utt, B. B. Van Vacter, not g0 back to the old days of in-
E. M, Scapnell and A. P. Harris, discriminate reading. Let us build
John Innes and wife of Fayette, in Ejk city an aristocracy of think-
Mo., are visiting W. H. Winn and ing people by the reading of good
family. Mrs. Ipnis is a sister of Mrs books that pow_stand idle on the
• library shelves. This work is an
Equipment for the ten room san- important part of the church and
itarium for Drs. Standifer and Al- club activities.
lisop, are arriving. I The following new books have
0. D. Massey will have two tailors been added this week to help our
in his employ. They began work this knowledge of pictures. These can
week be used with profit by the teachers
11, under the manage- in the grade schools or by mother.
Wales will be ready in their homes. Everybody needs to
I know something about good p»c-
Our new mill
ment of E. A.
for grinding by the holidays.
to put on twenty-five more street of pictures,
October 31, 1907
Jessie Irwin Utt died at the home
of his parents in Elk City, Sunday,
October 27th. I
J. O. Lilly, E. H. Mauptn and Jud
Custer took a day off and tried their
y and Jud
luck shooting quail. Lilly and
ng as a
are still wl _ __^_______ _ ___
their luck. I can people and American institutions
Work on the M. E. Church at Sayre a r ■* ■■■•-- -—
is progressing rapidly. Btories — — ------
VrS Horace ll son entertained .it and a third of 1860;
Hurl—How to show pictures to
Hurl—Jean Francis Millet.
Hurl—Sir Joshua Reynolds.
Hurl—Story of three greet ar-
Another line of reading we want
to epcourage is that about Ameri-
call especial attention
of the Revolutionary
dinner Sunday M». f.nd Mis. Quc*
man and I. C. Thurmond.
F. H. Carpenter has bought
undertaking and hearse of the
City Furniture Co.
Atherton—The Conquerer, a story
' of Alexander Hamilton.
«*e Bachellor—In the Days of Poor
1 Bachelor—The Man For the Ages.
Mr. Cafky went to Oklahoma.City All of these have romance apid
to meet Mrs. Cafky on her return you must have it, the first named
from the Jamestown Exposition. even contains the triangle situation.
Banks in all large cities and many a fourth book I would give you in-
of the smaller ones closed Monday jnstead of the much desired fiction is
morning, October 28. This was done jbe Americanization of Edward Bok.
in order that excitement, might die Qne boy after reading this advanced
away. The thipg to do is to keep the argument that an Americap boy
cool, advise your neighbor not to today would not receive the same
draw his money out of the bank. Let amount of encouragement that was
us show our friendship for the banks gjven to young Edward Bok by busi-
November 7, 1907 ness men and statesmen of that age.
Mr. Oscar Nagle and Miss Helen Read the book and see what you
Seiss were married at St. Joseph’s think about it. New books about
“Sta widl"'? W..th,rf.,d i. B,”e-SU ot American Hi.-
here visiting Misses Emma and Paul- tory. ... . — ..
Eras*. I HiU—Leading American Treaties.
I,ne_ a : . . r t xi ' Lant—Fur Trade of America.
T. H. Jarvis and I. L. Hoover were Norton-The Constitution of the
appointed delegates to the Trans- tJ g ,tfi Sources and Application
Mississippi Congress at Muskogee. I)reed._Eietory and Use of Hymn
Big hearted, genial Newt Cox of a|Hymn Tunes.
Areola, 111., is again ip Elk City buy- Williams—O’Henry Memo val A-
ing broom corn. .,urd.
The Briggs’ children, we are hap- Rocks foi men and boys:
py to report, are much better. , Wilde's Primer of Astrology.
Mrs. Heber Wilson and Miss Mil-
dred Wilson were here from Belle-
view neighborhood to hear Opie Read
The Palace Barber Shop has been
recently renovated and beautified
IP is reported that Mr. Ezzard from
Missouri, has bought out the Kess--
water Bros. Meat Market.
-Tiny Toilers an 1 Their
tV c r k -
F'tacr- ‘ t«rk A Day Ileicwi
Cory—Cut where The World Be-
Phelps—Selected Stories of Kip-
Kyne—Cappy Ricks Retires.
Lotherington-—Tales Told in A
0 Sabir.—General Crock and the
Grimes Newt Fighting Apaches.
S. G. Snyder will build a house Sabin—With Sam Houston in Tex-
Dixon English has rented his meat Sabin—Gold Seekers of ‘49.
market at Savre and will return to Sabin—With Carson and Fre
his farm. mont.
R. A. Harrison is improving the Sabin—Opening the West with
looks of his house with a coat of Lewis and Clarke.
pajnt Lindsey—Captain John Smith.
Lizzie and Fred Borden were out Sterling—Robin Hood and His
from Sayre Sunday. Merry Men.
Wade,Brewer, Ike Williams and*A. , Lescarb0ura-Rad.o f0r Every-
Greenwood are at Sayre working on ° ^ates-Complete Radio Book
the Farmers Wagon Yard I Collin!H_The Radio Amateur’s
Josh Singleton and family expect Handbook,
to return to the farm the first of Wheeler—The Boy with the U. S.
the year. Explorers.
J. J. Lee has rented the B. A. Wheeler—The Boy with the U. S.
Snyder farm. Indians.
- Wheeler—The Boy with the U. S.
Mrs. Guy Littrell left Saturday Life Savers,
night for Fort Worth, Texas to fin- Wheeler—The Boy with the U. S.
ish music. She expects to be gone Mail.
six weeks. 1 Wheeler—The Boy with the U.
Wm. Trigg Music is building a fine Wheeler—The Boy with the U. S.
barn on his place, 30x30. Jake But- Trappers.
cher is contractor and builder and Fraser—Secrets of the Earth,
i sin charge of the work and under Graham—Europe, Whither Bound?
his supervision. Let the good work (A book of travel
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