The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 24, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1880.
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1921
IV. T. HOOKER President O. H. CAFKY active Vtcc-Pres.
H. A. MAPLE. Vice President
FIRST STATE BfMSih
Prepared to Extend Every Courtesy Consistent
Sound. Banking. Deposits Guaranteed.
J. 6. CAFKY. Aust. Cashier
C. W. IHcKEAN Cashier
Edwards' National Bank oi Booker
; Capital Stock $25000.00
Surplus Fund . $6000.00
. . . I. N. EDWARDS. President
Your Account Appreciated
TJIK MOTIIKILS' CMJ1I
About thirty iminhcrs mill guests
enjoyed the followtug program lat
Friday afternoon :
.Muoicin clmrpti of Mrs. Lootbourrow.
Lender M re. KIJu.
Olub Woman's Creril Member In
The Child' Heading Mrs. W. T.
I'liino Duel Mesdames Hume nnd
What a Grnwlng Boy Should Rend
Discussion by Mesdames Art Qulnn
Andrew Green. Sanderi Harrj
Brown Drum Ford Dickson WIN
liamion rtiiil Peterson; .
Interesting Parents In the Sunday
School Mrs. Harrow.
Vocal Duet Misses Anna UifRh8 and
' We Had with us n a guest Mm. Pat-ori-on
a re'prcsentattvuuf the Mothers'
'Club in the south part of tho county.
The huslncs session was called to
order by the President Mrs. P. O.
The Special Filiation Committee con
elating of Mr. K. L. Fickel. Mm Art I
Qulnn and Mrs. Uoy Brown reported
$100 ns the net proceeds of the play
'Olubl ing a Httlmnd " '
A vole of thanks was extended to
this committee and to all of the friends (
of the Club who so generousjy assisted
In putting on the play and making
the evening's entertainment a success
! and also to the newspapers of the town
1 or free advertisement. I
A vote of thanks was alio extended
to all who assisttd the club in serving
the dinner for the Legion on Armistice
Day and especially to Mr. Hanly and
Roy Brown for cooking the beans
J. E. Provost made a
to Laverne last Friday.
. ' J. E. Newby of Gate transacted
business In the county seat Tuesday.
CHILD INJURES HAND
The small three-year-old son of Mr
and Mrs. Ed Brown who reside thlr
ten miles southwest of Beaver suf-
fered a painful accident this week.
As one of the other children was
turning- ome hand machine the little Ry Coppock of Gate was a business
fellow stuck his finger into the cogs v"tor in Beaver Tuesday.
i i i . i . 1
Mrs. J. W. Cayler has been confined
to her bed for the paat.week We hope
to hear of her recovery soon.
and injured it'so badly .that .-the 'digit!
I UW IV UC aillfUbltWU.
IRWIN MOORE HONE
Irwin Moore who has been expected
for some time arrived home from Pu-' Mrs. Frank Maple is spending a few
yallup Washington last Saturday. days in town during the absence of her
tie has been away from 'home for husband who is in Wichita.
three years and while taking pictures!
for th6 Government was injured in a' A marriage license was issued to
mine from which he has never fully re- Harold D. Clark of Shnttuck and Miss
covered. He and three othermen were Jennie Shiner of Logan Tuesday
climbing a ladder in anadondoned shaft
MOTHERS' CLUB GIVE PLAY
Last Thursday night nt tho Globe
was presented one of the snappiest lit-
tle three-act plays ever given in Hea-
ver by homo talent. The piny was
"Clubbing a Husband" nnd the char-
acters were a burlegque on the people
of Beaver. Following is the cast of
Mrs. Harry Beeglo Miss Hazel Mc-
Farland. Mrs. O. H. Cafky of Forgtin Mrs.
E. L. Fickel.
Frances her dnughter Mrs. C. K.
Aunt Belle the colored cook Mrs.
F. C. Tracy. ' ''
Aunt Belie'sdaughter Vinita Barnes
Bridget tha Irish wushlady Mtss
Guests nt tho Conclave Mrs. Ada
Quinn Mrs Dave Barrow.
Mother Quinn-Mrs. J. W. Cubvell.
Mrs. V. T. Coles-M i s a M y r 1 1 e
Mrs. Top Thomas-Mrs. R. H. Loof-
bourrow. Mrs. Ed Spurrier Mrs. Ben Brown.
Dr. Maude O. Thomas played by C.
K Drum disguised as n womnn.
Mrs. A. S.' Dickson-Mrs. Bob West.
The specinlty numbers between ucts
were furnished by Missus Vesta Carter
and Anna Hughes C. K. Drum and a
chorus by Misses Rcoln McKillips
Louise Trncy Laura lienson Ruth
Cayler Iola Beatty and pretchen Law-
son. Also instrumental music was fur-
nished by Mrs. Jeff Holland and Mrs.
E. J. Home. Mrs. Jeff Holland fur-
nished splendid musical numbers while
the crowd was gathering.
The play was given for the benefit
of the School Fire Escape Fund and
$100.00 was cleared.
Frank Spongier manager of the
Another Special Finance Committee . theater generously donated five dollars
was appointed as follow: Mrs W. 0f the rent to this fund beside assist-
T. Qubu Mis' Clyde Green Mrs. E. rg jn every way possible to make the
J. Home and Mr J. H. Stalling. This piay B success.
committee la expected to start some-1 "Clubbing a Husband" was not only
thing more interesting than "Club- B 1Uceess financially but each oae con-
bing a Husband" I nected with it deserves praise for the
Mrs H. P. Williams Mm. Johnnie splendid manner in which it was.pre-JoneaandMr-R
. Bor.en were p- gented.' Vinita Barnes' la high ''school
pointed a' 'a"eotnmltte on 'member- gtudent as "Aunt Belle's daughter'
ship. Th- object of this commit We Is . splendid in a jig dance.- Few peo-
to .Jnerwer the clob membership. jje m Beaver knew trrat we possessed
Evrry Mother and every wtman In- ulent as fine as she displayed.
terseated la ttte good of the communl- The Diay WB- presented to a crowded
house and if one can judge by the op-
MI OF BEAM CITY
OUR ABILITY TO EXTEND COURTESY.
EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY TO OUR CUS-
TOMERS IS BASED ON SOUND BUSINESS
PRINCIPALS THAT HAVE BEEN OBTAIN
ED BY US THROUGH YEARS OF BANK-
W. JS. HOCKEn President
It. A. MAPLE Vke-Pres.
Q; W. CAFKY Cashier
II. CAFKY Active V.-Pres.
I. S. Drummond is confined to his
room this week with a severe cold and
an attack of rheumatism.
and the top man was gassed and as he
fell he knocked tho others off. They
fell a distance of fifty-five feet.
-' Jrwln has many friends in Beaver
aljofwhom will join with his home
folk in welcoming him home again.
W. G. Flint cashier of the First
National Bank at Rosston was in Bea-
Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas Mrs.
James Crabtree and Miss Helen Mur-
phy were shopping in Liberal Kansas
Austin Humphrey lefl last Sunday
for Cushing for a week's visit with his
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coffin who have
been in Beaver for some time left Sun-
day for Pratt Wichita and various
other Kansas points on business.
B. Carter and Miss Nettle Campbell
both of Perryton Texas obtained a
license here and were married at For-
tran November 12th by Pcv. Pierson.
Rev. T. E. Carter returned from the
Baptist convention at Oklahoma City
last Saturday night.
C. B. Profntt and Miss Esther E.
Paasch of Knowles were united in
marriage by R. S. Hammon at the
court house November 19th
Methodist Sunday School was held
at the home of Mr. (and Mrs. Dave
Barrow Sunday on account of a smoky
flue at the church.
Howren'Hall and wife of near Book-
er Texas' went to Liberal Kansas
Saturday on a business trip. They re-
turned to Beaver and spent Saturday
night and Sunday with relatives here.
Mrand Mrs. Fred Tracy and daugh-
ters. Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas and
Miss Reola McKillips spent Sunday at
the pleasant courjtry home of Mr. and
Mrs. Robt. Maple.
ty should be an active member of the
Club. . o
Mrs. Ed Gardner. Mrs A. H. Dick
son ana Mrs West were appotnteu as detail.
a committee to solve the problem or
"How mothers of bsbies may attend
The following school visiting com
mittee: Hltrh School Mrs. Will
Thtinsand Mr. R. H Lopfbourrow ;
Grade School School Mr. Andrew
and Mrs. Stalling.
Mrs. P. L. Th"mas. rhitlrman of the
committee for soliciting Red Cro-s
memberships reported GOtodate with
noun work yet to be done by the com
TlioC ubdecldfd to glvu n shower
for the Domestic Science Department
of the High Sobool. add. the following
committee was appointed to collect
the neerssarj artiolew; Mrs . R. M.
Boren Mrs. J. W. Culwel) and Mrs.
The Olub will not meet this week
as shown in the year book because of
the Thanksgiving vacation and the
fact the school building will not be
heated bnt will meet next week Frl-
day December 2nd when the follow-
ing subjtcts will be discussed during
the literary program:. "The Respon-
sibility of Society of what Children
Rend" ''The Gains of Middle Life"
and "When we are Grandmothers."
I plause and curtain calls the evening's
r entertainment 'was a success in every
Mrs. Annie L. Jones directed the
play. The production proved her noil
itv &s a critic.
Walter Stalling and. Louis Nichols of
LaKemp neighborhood were in Beaver
Harry MeCojr left Tuesday for Mc-
Caffrey New.Mexico on a two weeks
Mrs. D. G. Hendricks and Mr. and
Mrs. W O. Hendricks 'of Riverside
were in Beaver Monday .
Mr. and Mrs. H.B . Bridgewnter and
children and Mrs. Nancy Bridgewatei
1 who is here on a visit to her' son and
I family went to the Speermore vicinity
Friday afternoon on a visit to friends
and relatives. They returned Sunday
O. H. Cafky was called to Jackson.
ville Illinois last Thursday by the ser-
ious illness of his father? Word was
received later that the old gentleman
had passed away and was buried last
Sunday. The Herald extends .sympa-
thy to Mr. Cafky.
Under New Management
L. L. STINE President
FRANK FLECK Cashier
A. T. Beegle and family of Alva will
be guests at the Dr. L. L. Long and
Harry Beeglo homes over Thanksgiving.
County Agent W. B. Hanly visited
almost all of the Boys' and Girls' Clubs
in the county last.week. He was at
Gate and Knowles Monday T3and Creek
Twin Mound and Plalnview Wednes-
day LaKemp Blue Mound and Balko
Thursday and Elmwood. Valley View
ank Barker district Friday.
Miss Ethel Shock of Riverside
spent several days "at the W. A. Greg-
ory home last week.
Mrs. L. J. Shock of Riverside la ill
nt this time. We hope to hear of her
W. L. Henson made a trip to tho
Copple school district cast of Logan
Tuesday to assist in adjusting some
The email girl of
ncidcr Is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Sch-
R. V. Nicholson of the Clear Lake
neighborhood was In Beaver Saturday.
Lake was in
i T. L. Bell of Gray was a Beaver vis-
.Ernest Slocum of Elmwood
Beaver Tuesday afternoon.
J. W. Renfrow county assessor
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
homo folk at Balko.
Herb Ross of Rosston and Lon
Maphct of Gate were business visi-
tors in Beaver Monday.
Miss Anna Hughes spent Saturday
and Sunday with her sister Mrs. Otto
Barby at The Evergreens near
Arthur G. Daniel
the 3d district was
a Beaver visitor
Frank Wells of Hlggins Texas
came up on business last Thursday.
Ho was here several days.
Frank Maple left Sunday for Wich-
ita Kansas to attend to business matter's.
Miss Mabel Humphrey who is at-
tending school at Goodwell is home
this week for the Thanksgiving holi-
days. She came a little early having
come last Friday.
jChas. Potter Jr.. the small son of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Potter and who
has been ill for several weeks was
taken to the Levi hospital at Liberal
Sunday. He has Ueen suffering with
enlarged glands in the neck and behind
the ear. He will not be operated on
at the present but will receive treat
ment for awhile
We are here to serve you and will glad-
ly extend every courtesy. Come in and
see us7" What can we do for you?
Mra. H. G. Butler and children' went
to Liberal Kansas Wednesday where
they were joined by Miss "Flossie Sul-
Mrs. Frank Peterson of Soutn Flats lenii of near Lorena and went on from
was a guest at the home of her sister ' there to Bloom Kansas to spend
Mrs. Alfred Huguley and her brother's I Thanksgiving. A sister from Colora-
family M. C. Green and wife over I do a brother from New Mexico and a
Ross Wright is up and around again
although he is not able to work yet.
It will be remembered he broke his col- J
lar bone In an automobile accident sev-
eral weeks ago.
brother from central Oklahoma will
complete the number required for a
Ancients Measured Rainfall.
Regular measurements of rnlnfalt
were made In India In the Fourth evn-
tury. It. C. and In Palestine In the
First Century A. D. A ruin gunge
used In Korea In the Fifth century of
our era Is fttlll extilut.'
YOU HAVE BEEN
It Happens Just Twice a Year
An nctDitl cluarint; out ol all Fall and Winter HntB re-gardk-HH
f cost. Have you seen a hat jou liked but
thought it u little too liighV Come in and see how cheap
yon can buy It in this sale. Scq our window full of hats
lot SI.OO the choice
ANNIE L. JONES The Milliner
R. Renscoter of near Boyd was iu
Beaver Monday. He tells us that he
and his family have just returned from
a trip to the San Louis Valley in Colo-
rado where his sister Mrs. Edna Gul-
len lives'. Mr. Benscoter thinks it is
a fine place. There arc artesian wells
on every quarter. All the land is irri-
gated. Potatoes average from 76 to
125 bushels and wheat yields 40 bushels
'to the acre.
Tendered For Sale
Small Kalir and Maize
For Sale Cheap. This machine Is brand now never
been used can make good terms Seo us at once if inter-
ested. TRUAX-WALKER HDW COMPANY
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