The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1922 Page: 8 of 8

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What About Your Teeth
DR. N..P. BROWN
DENTISTS
DR. A. R. HARLIN
Will be in Beaver FOR ONE WEEK
Beginning MAY 15th ' Located opposite Herald Office
Look ai these Prices you can't afford to miss this opportunity
Teeth Pulled without pain - $1.00 Plates either Upper or Lower $10.00
Gold Crowns - - - $5.00 Bridgework as low as $4.00 per tooth
Fillings - - - $1.00
These Low Prices Good For ONE WEEK ONLY
Those who want Plate Work please call Monday
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Tuesday and Wednesday
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If your old plates are loose have them reset Fit Guaranteed
Ml Work Guaranteed
BKAVKIl 1IIOII SCHOOL COM-
MHNCKMKNT Tho eighth commencement of the
Beaver High School will begin next
Sunday morning at eleven A. M. at
the Christian church when tho bac-
calaureate sermon will be preached
by Itev. 11. O. Butler of tho Metho-
dist church Eighteen yong women
and men will toko their diplomas
this year tho largest class to over
grnduato at Heaver High School.
Tho four churches of Heaver will
furnish tho music for tho services
under tho direction of Mr. Strnna-
than. Every patron of tho school Is
Invited to bo present nt theso exer-
cises. Tuesday evening tho lfith
tho Senior claBs will hold tholr cIbbb
day exercises at tho Rumo place.
Thursday evening tho 18th tho Com-
mencement address will bo delivered
nt 8 o'clock by Rov. 1... L. Shaw
former pastor of the Christian
church hero and now at Weather-
ford. All patrons of our schools aro
Invited to attend theso commence-
cnt cxcrclsos.
x LET'S CLEAR UP THE CEMETERY
Many graves at tho Beaver cemetery
arc in bad shape mostly duo to tho
fact that relatives and friends have
moved nwny. For this reason tho
Mothers' Club is sponsoring a Clean-
up of tho cemetery and Wednesday
May 17th has been designated for
work.
Let us all town and country assem-
ble at the cemetery at an early hour
Wednesday morning and put this
tacred ground in order.
MHS. F. C. TRACY
President Mothers Club.
THE CHURCH
Or GOD CONGREGATION
NEWLY-WEDS ENTERTAINED
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Walker were
entertained by the faculty of tho
Grata school and the Citv Superinten-
dent and wife at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. C. K. Drum Friday evening of
last week.
At the conclusion of tho evening
Mr. and Mrs. Walker were presented
a beautiful cut glass water sot by the
faculty ak n token of '.heir esteem.
Refreshments of cake and grape ice
were served.
Rev. Meadors of Holdenvlllo was in
Beaver the middle of the week looking
over tho situation relative to accepting
tho pastorate of the Christian church
lie delivered a sermon Wednesday
evening.
Mrs. D. S. Derthick was a Beaver
Visitor from Forgan Thursday.
Will meet at Bro. Swiger's houso in
tho west pr.rt of town Sunday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock May 14th to organiic
Sunday School.
Wo will have our prayer meeting
Tuesday evening and Bible Study Fri-
day evening of each week at 8 o'clock.
There were twenty-one present at
prayer mccting'last evening. Our sub-
ject for Bible Study Friday evening is
"Unity." Everybody bringyourBiblo
and tnko part in these meetings.
Wo aro going to hold our services at
Bro. Swiger's home until a building
can be provided. I
Wo earnestly invito all those who do
not attend Sunday School clsowherc to
come and bo with us. Wo -extend a
hearty welcome to all.
I
GROCERY STORE CHANGES HANDS
A deal was made last week whereby
B. G. Brown became owner Of tho
store owned by Robinson Bros. The
latter left the first of this week with
their families for New Moxico to hunt
a location. They were fine young peo-
ple and Beaver is sorry to loso them j
Mr. and Mrs. Brown will conduct
their new store in connection with the I
Poultry Yard. We aro mighty glad to
see them enter business and remain in
Beaver and their many friends will
wish them well in their new undertaking.
WILL SERVE DINNER
Members of the various churches.
will serve dinner free tomorrow to the
workers on tho big tabernacle which is
being erected for tho Community Evan-
gelistic Meetings which begin Sunday.
Evangelist Mathis and Singer Arm-
strong aro in charge of thu building of I
the tabernacle and tho workers aro do-
nating their time. Rev. Butler At-1
toiney Loofbourrow and V. T. Quinn
are rustling tho workers while Mrs. P.
L. Thomas and your humble servant
are directing tho "eats."
Maxine Hancock who has been work!
ing at tho telephono office in Lavcrnc
resigned her position thcro and ceino
to Beaver last Saturday evening. She
began work for tho Northwestern Tel-1
ephone Company tho first of this week j
Wo are glad to welcome her back to i
Beaver.
A. C. Duly was In from Balkoi
Tuesday. !
R. N. Dupreo was a Beaver caller
from Floris Tuesday. I
Mrs. Harvllle was a Beaver call-1
or Tuesday from Forgan.
P. N. Mayo and wife were over
from Forgan Tuesday. j
Miss Beryl Frank of Balko -was a
Beaver visitor Monday and Tues-
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Crawford and
I. II. Wright and wife were Bea
ver visitors from Gray Friday.
Miss Minnie Wall returned to
her homo at Ada Saturday o: ia:t
week.
A young son of Rov. and Mrs. II.
a. Butler has been quite 111 this
week.
Miss Edith Sloan of Forgan en-
Joyed tho community program at
Beaver Tuesday.
Mrs. Walter Flnchcr of Foreart
was a Community Institute visitor
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hayes were
Institute callers from Forgan on
Tuesday.
Mrs. Nellie Groves of Forgan en-
Jocd tho Community Program on
Tuesday.
Little Ernest Butler who has
been very 111 the past weok Is ablo
to bo up nud around again.
Miss Eftlo Crocker who has been
visiting relatives nt Stillwater for
somo time returned to her homo
near Boyd Frldty of last week.
Misses Winifred and Dona Reeves
of Forgan were nmong the number
from Forgan at tho Institute Tues-
day. August Heltman of Knowles has
tendered his resignation as Coun-
ty Commander of the American Le-
gion. Mrs. Joslo Jarvls daughter of
Tho Herald foreman T. S. Qrlffy
was quite 111 tho past week but Is
recovering at this time wo aro glad
to report.
Miss Flossie Sullens Is spending
the last two weeks attondlng the
Beaver high school In Beaver. She
has been taking correspondence
work whllo teaching and expects to
graduate with tho Senior Class.
Tho Forgan high school dismissed
Tuesday and many of tho students
nnd tho faculty camo to Bepvcr for
tho Community Programs. Many
other Forgan people woro horo at
various times during tho Institute
but It was difficult to get tho names
of those present.
L. F. Ciocker of Boyd was a
business caller In tho county seat
the past week. Ho reports soma
talk of railroad building north and
south through his section from n
Rock Island connection at Liberal
Kansas to tho Santa Fe at Perry-
ton Texas Hero's hoping that tno
"talk" materializes
That section needs a railroad
and Is entitled to It and we'd like
to sec them Ct It.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Petty of Madison
transacted business in Beaver Satur-
day. Mr. Cox of the Cox-Henry Grain
Company was in Beaver looking after
business matters the latter part of last
week.
Miss Ruth Stalling of near Booker
Texas is spending several weeks with
her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Stalling.
Harry Hulse and wife passed through
Beaver Monday enroute to their 'arm
northwest of Springfield Colorado.
W. W. Hagan accompanied them.
County Agent Hanly informs'us that
J. D. Fairchild was in the county at
various points last week and this in
the interest of the Oklahoma Wheat
Growers' Association.
Miss Ethel Shock who was called
home on account of her mother's ill-
ness returned to Beaver Thursday.
She left her mother very much im-
proved. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Home and Joe
Carter were Pcrryton Texas callers
Wednesday of last week. The former
attended to business while there pnd
all enjoyed a circus.
Clarence Strong of Model Colorado
returned to Beaver the first of laf t
week on business matters. He ex-
pec j to take some milch cows to stock
up his farm when ho returns.
II. Ii Bridgewater and family re-
turned Satuiday from John Goodner's
in the southeastern part of the county
where they had spent several ays vis-
iting. W. W. Hagan accompanied
them back to Beaver.
Miss Pearl Hendricks resigned her
position Saturday as night operator
for the Northwestern Telephone Com-
pany and returned to her home near
Riverside. Beaver pcoplowill be sorry
to hear of her resignation as she was a
very accommodating operator.
Following arc the names of those
who took the examination for teachers
certificates last week: Misses Laura
Groendykc Bcrneta Marr Agnes Law-
son Gerald Hibbs Elsie Curtis Alma
Irons Lola Glover Marjorio Pounds
Vclma Crowd) Urmal Rcecc Rebecca
Card Palma Marshall Bernardino
Wiles Mary Whisenhunt Hazel Over-
street Hazel Litton Ada Cope Beulah
Craft Mesdaines Agnes Spangler
Rosctta Woodbcry and Messrs Lee
Hulse M. E. Lrgg Jackson C Jones
Albert Litton N. 11. McLcod and G.
H. Russell.
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