The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 74, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1920 Page: 5 of 8
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TTTE. LEADER CiUTIIRTR OKLA. FRIDAY. DECEMttEK
The Ruby Glowing
ale bp Ready - to - Wear
Christnu will soon b htr. Oct buijrl
with bright red hues
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Waiotc Skirts" jMiddies. Chilri'o
Dresses Aprons Etc.
Sale on Overcoats Overalls
Open Saturday Night Until 9 o 'Clock
rvwKcns irw ivurmin
of friendship true.
maka appropriate '
We a lu'autifui Ian'
of hofli lollies' and Unit s
liin-s at ny ivasujialtlo
"Gifts That Last."
Koetsch Jewelry Co
We are at your disposal to help
you in your ?U(.Jn
AVc nre fittingly prepm-dl to
make your fhousiiiir ensy Ii-r
are itt 1 t assortments of the
China and Cut Glass.
"GIFTS THAT LAST."
Crook Optical Co.
Manfa. Optician and
1 22 West Oklahoma Avtnu
Phone 464. P. 0. Box 836.
(Yofop -an J JWoivufo of
Buick 7-Passenger Touring
In perfect order
Equipped. Spare Tire Side
Light Shock Absorbers.
if. . M
Call and see it at
.114 S. Division. Fhone 202 1129.
y &e s y y ft!tsi.yt
Mrs. John I Loveless
East Gu:hrte V. C. T. U.Miu.
Kooney Mooney Shuh Mrs. Wayne
D. N. ClubPostponed.
IkMiiestic Science Seven O'clock
Dinner-Mrs. F. U. Lillie.
Dr. I"ean C. Ditt ton's Lecture-First
M. E. Church.
Phi Delia (Jamma Cluh Mrs. Fred
Service Star Legion Library.
O. A. . R. Circle- Mrs. J. P. Doug-
lass and Mrs. W. M. McCoy.
afternoon In the library. The pro-1 Hnr
t ram was on tlv "VlbrM ion of 1 lie j "l'ni.
... . .1. . 1 .1...'
ifi i em .o y in mm; tnii uum "i
Pilgrims." A luii.s-r on "The HUtoiy
of the I'ilnrlnis in Hollund a id Eng-
l.tnd" given by Mm. T. M. L.
Ray A lort htsiory of "The I'll-
trims In America" by Mr Hulmo;
Hawthorne's "Ureal I "bamplon" hy
Air. I) O. John; Felicia Hro n"
Apply over throot and ctet
F s awallow amall pierea of
Dr. John A. Cullan'a
George Kllot'a "Uoniola"-
Churcbj 7: SO p. m.
-First M. E.
CXr Milium fun VtcJ Ytariy
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lli-nian'a weoi. "The La"tliiiR of the
pilgHm Kathtra in Now KuKhiml." by
Mrs. F. II- Mi'(!uire ami u '1ih tii
from the "CourtsMi of Miln Stanu-
IkIi" by Mra. K. W. Tta.null. The
ol.ib will have ! next meeting In two
a( the library.
Dr. Diittuh'a fir - I. n lure on
Sunt ami Vrll ('.iiilniimii"
x :: ::
Mr. J A. Dfir wt'.l irriv borne
ixluy aflr nienlln!x the week In tk-
bibiinia Clsy with her ao
v; .'A (X
Mr. and Mr. U. U. H-tir K.d ax
Ihi'ir dinner ruiI last n!!ht ltev
John A. Citlljui and family
y. yi y.
Mrs. A. (!. ( lllerr aiul Minn Lon-
Hlerer are Vlt0tm frh-tuU In t)k-
' x x y
Mra S.hiilt. who ha l-en vlltina
iMi. Pe!e IVIiHia aud o'her friend
Jfor the ;-iiMt thiee weeVn Unn gone t)
jTuNft to nie.'t lnr hub(u i. who ha
bmni in South) Dakota Mr. St hulti
j i contractor and la hutnn for a
I Mm Fjirl PlrVeirton I in the boa
i plt.U hfie he underwent a sIIkM
y. x ' x
Vlr l.ynion iry I a euetii nf her
X X X
Modem Woodmen Have Banquet.
About two hundred v ere present brother John !- ( I Oklahoma
AVedneaday liitcht at the Initiation of City
die Modern Woodmen. A team from
Oklahoma City put on the work Thia
WUH follow ed by a banquet.
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Arthur Kvana 1h
onfin'd to bia
Tu PI Mu Club Entertained.
Mra. ' Fielding waa hontena to th
Tau Pi Mu luh Inst night when the
evening was spent in dancing and
playing cards In which high score wa
won ly Miss Luclle Dooley low bj
Misa Lulu Langhenntng and gueat
prize by. Miss Minnie P.urat. After
the games refreshments were served
to Miss Gertrude ISrothcrton Miss
Minnie Burnt Miss Lulu Laiw.hennlnt;
and the club menkber. In ty weeks
thjo club will be entertained by Miss
in yi y.
Acorn Club Meets.
The Acorn club met Thursday aft
ernoon with Mrs. Chester Dwmon.j
having as a rpeclal guest Mrs. Adele
Rpeer. Mrs. Ralph Ilafrar had
charge of the program for the after-
noon anl had an 1ntprostinj vaixr
on 'The Lite of Charles and FJIn"
Eastman" and a book review of
"Wigwam Evenings." During the so-
cial hour the hostess served Hsht re-
freshments. Next week the rlub will
meet with Mrs. Fred LJniz.
S5 X X
Auxiliary No 1 Christmas Meetina
Mrs. Dilley was hostess to the iAux-
lliary No. 1 yesterday afternoon in
her home south of the city. Mr. Pur-
vlance and Mrs. Butler had papers on
'Christmas" which were greatly en-
loved. Mrs. Helm gave a demonstra
tion of divinity candy and Mrs. Mon-!
tague a demonstration oa honey taf -1
fey. A special feature for. the af'er-;
noon was the Christmas box when
each guest drew numbers and rwir-
ed gifts. Tho hosteM asslsU'J by
several members served d-llci93 re-
freshmenU to Miss Ixxilse HaXius
Mrs. Allen. Mrs. BlephJer. . Mrs.
Cornthwalto. Mrs. Ilumyhrsr. Mrs.
Anderson. Mrs.' Edward an? the
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Openorky Club With Mrs. 8'JAart.
Mrs. R. P. Stewart or 71.5 East
Mannir mtortalned the Oocnorky
New York Joe Lynch knocked' club In her home Thursday afternoon J
out Jack Sharkey In the fifteenth and which was Pit In a social tima. A(
inai mnnA of their bout at Madison ' dainty two-course luncheon was!
Sfiuare Garden. Both are New Yorkeenred to .he guets and Mrs. Ro-
iantamweigrht. Tmalne of Wellington. Kan.
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We Just can't keep them. Ke?f Altrulan Club Meeting
what? New Methods. T The Altnilan clul met yesterday
The Price of Cleaning
and Pressing Suits
Now $1.00 at
Banquet at lone.
Tlve Logan County Medical society
gave a b;iniiuet at tle lone at 7 o'-
clock last nigh I. Aibllional guet-5
r-re Knebler r.iMierintendet.t of tb'
Methodist hospltnl. Dr. BobWtt of
Coyle and Dr. Miller.
Hear Dr. Dutton's free lecture on
"Cnde S;uii and World Patriotism''
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iMrs. Howard Fife and Mrs. J O.
Phillips were guests of Mrs. Vim
lef In Oklahoma City .yesterday.
X X X
Mrs. Carl Futrfit'ld and Mrs. Tioy
Ci-uhhe miit Thuralay In Oklahoma
kill U A U0m
BROWN THE CLEANER
Phone 77; 208 E. Okla.
-'V Yi-a j V"-
The Royal Chnttmas
From the earliest times
down to the present j-wc!s
have been the richest of all
But there are many other
attractive gifts in this store
betide jewels clocks
watches silverware toilet
sets desk sets no end of
beautiful and thoroughly use-
ful things and not neecs-
sarily expensive either.
Come in and look ovu Wur
holiday stocks. We can help
voij to 'solve some of your
thristmas problem jr.r. Ai
For" an intimate jrK
than one of these beautiful
gem-set ring ia solid gold.
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Arthur Dibb'juw ts In Oklahoma
City yesterday on 1uvftoe.
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Mrs. Hoy W. THoiikis who ban
been the guest of Mr and Mrs Tell
Walton. bt for Enid Inst night on
her way to St. IxmK where she will
vlnlt bur sister for u week Iwfore re-
turning to her home n Everett
I X X X
Hen Wi'lnberger was an Oklahoma
rity visitor yeslerdav.
X X X
Mrs. Hue! Simpson md Mrs. John
Homy were guents of Mrs. Chus. Mor-
tisoti of OKlalioma City yesterday.
X X X
1 Rev. and Mrs. Morsla P.alllnget
will leave soon for Jnflftt
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?trs. Milam of l!!;i"kbjirii. okla ts
oixltlng Mrs. 1M! Prlss on Wesl
X X X
See Hie imjseant ''From Darkness
to lK'lit" at !h Firwf Si. E. church
X X !?
Hear Dr. Dutton's free lecture or
"Fncle Sam and World Patriotism"
Q. A. R. to Entertain.
Tlv O. A. R wlH etiterta.!n Mrs
LuIj Boyle of Anadar'io president o'
the O. A. R. Circle In the home of
Mrs. J. P. Douglass. 4KI Kant Wash-
in'.Don w-!th Mrs. W. M. Ms"oy a-
s!sting hostess Sa urday Rfternofm
All members are requested to bf
There will be a pie supper at the
' Baptist church next Friday night. AH
(invited. Bach girl Is asked to bring
a He and the boyg are asked to com
116 W. Okla. Ave.
hae a n.nen o'rlm k dinner for thtr
ImihUuoIm Fndtty nltsht In the home of i
Mr. and Mr. F. II. LHlle.
X X 'A
The ( A It. Cirtb. will rm'ot with
Mrs J !'. iHuiiehi and Mr Willi. .111
MVy St ibn fsme if Mrs Dhk-
ltis Satui'iluv at 11. 111.
X X X
Or. Dean C. Outton Coming.
Dr. lfcau C. Duilon f Wesley
Chunh. Okbthonia City will lecture
tiett Frbla y nlKht iWcmber It. at
tb First M E. church on the IhiMiie
Fncle Hunt and World Puiilittlnii."
and tut SaluTttay ii'sht Diirminr 4.
"The mukiiiB tf ait American.'' These
lecture are ch:iiituuiiia lecturer end
worthy of a l.ir lk-aiiiitf No sd
ndsslon foe A nstgea:t ' ('rum
IVrknex to LVght." will be prvHented
twf.ire h. DuMon's lecture on Friday
X X X
See hi pageant "From Diirknes
to LV'ht at the Flit M E. church.
TH Veil Completes th Silhouette.
We br much of the fashionable
'silhouette.' In II one recognises the
elusive dictates of Dame rnhlon tb.it .
re here tolity anil ne !' morrow'
Put the 'silhouette of the head' wtkUe
( hiinp'tig s does the silhouette of the
OKtiiino ! altnoMt always improved
bv a veil
Many wouu-n adiolre the trim
smart 'tailored look of other women j
without r"ililtii that th croiinR
ilory of the etillro cowtnme Is ren
tered In the rban-cut iiiM'eicriince of 1
' lie bend vi libit can only be achieved j
by a veil.
The veil should be adjured with
lue 4-on'liernl Ion for the lm ortiim e
It bears to the wearer's appearance
and In the selection of the veil you
may 1emllu your entire roadim an
tiniUintloiit' air of gMl taste und .
The one -sided mitlerns almple and
suggest I ve of a beauty spot over one (
cheek sre aiiixmt always smart and
'.H'oomliig eHwchilly to younger- o j
men. 1ienlll dots In groups are
im stylo and much favor) at ires- j
nt. For the woman of more mature
of af-f j
hing SV jf
Lindsey Reliable Jeweler
I3 . Ulli.lolt. I'hODC tit.
itr "(irt that -
buy the ple.
! v t
1 . - .r.
Th4 Ma'rcl)ees will bare t called
i . .
' mectljig Friday aftornoon at the A
O. U. W. lfall.
M X X -.
The EaM Guihrle W. C. T. T. wll1
met rsi'th Mrs. Bflle Parken 604
F.at Cleveland Friday affrnoon W
. M X X
See the paeeant "From Darknesn
to L'fisht" at the First M. E. church
8 K . w ; -
Domestic Sclenct Club.
The Domestic Science club will
ears a heavier design I apt. to serve
'he putt te l'tter. Selecf a Veil
"liber heavier in niosh or closer In
I he arrariKemenf (f the dosl m and
ntverlns? effe-t of the pattern
The beauty Inherent In a veil
tn.'ikm It an csiinlly a-wmKlaf
f'hrltiiiMs remembrance as well as a i
"harmlrn tolien of esteem.
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h :;: - f)
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'THAT'S A FINE SUIT BILL'
"Ofctmrsc it i$; got it at
the Gardner & Soehl Store
"I feci safe ill ecfiniif v lhs llieiv for I
KtloW lll.'V veil only .t Hiol.l til rcuitl.e footh
l.ookc.1 Ht'oMlul it bit luiore lnuWi. Uo'itMb. for
.itiliil to le Kiiir Other iiiiy offer ii little Urct
1 ciliiit 1011 but tipiHi coiiipariNOti I foun out why.
1 soon ilccitle it uttH t t tixt v hi ! by men luiiolie hon.
t'vlly Jil'iccil Mill tint simply "illicoullt ' I MitlltinJ o
111 V "
"Vtiit will iin.l tin kiiiu' ui 1 tickt
till t il ( t.'ll'.llH T tV Sochi suit tli.lt U ti't'
tin-re in 'iIh- t'itst ilnt'. I'ltttu this
original juitf tlicy inw j;ivf a r
ft lit I t illH't iitll."
7 saw wonderful Suit values
$29.00 to $37.50".
' You ciui'l licnl iti I tell oi If um pity
Ion SOU cull lo t Voll'll e( ft tlipcf Mil! "
Colue ill. Mr N'eeiliiHilil let tin lliilUe n s(tifiei
ciihIoiik r iiinl fi icihl 1 f 1 1 1 1 Iimi.
Gardner & Soehl
The Store of Depf ndaMllty.
IKE & JIM
Always meet you with a smile at
Metzler's Furniture Co.
The Storo of Dependable Prices.
112 E. Okla.
Opposite Krei Store.
The First Word in
ifi thod Him lust
".UNOAV SCHOLL CONVENTION
MARSHALL. NEXT YEAR
f f 1 1 ! 1 fft ci t y
a totter day In (he great work of our
2. That we thank the ffirer of
he association for their faithful ef-
forts to make the Ixgan county asso-
"iatlon so bydpful to th worker.
3. That we thank Mr. and Mrs. f.
H. NI hols for their splendid service
In this ronventkm.
1 That w Join other nsmty as-Sx-latlons
to have passed at the net
seslon of our state legislature a law
.ro'iloUing the sale Importation ex I
ortitlon. poweiinioujStlK'klng or the
tdvertlalng of cljcsrettus and that we
lalKir ss tt h all orttaiilsatloiis ha cum:
h's end In view.
2. That we request the nmhlisber
f Bible school literature on the les-
sons o trtve more attention to the
tiscusslon to the subject of temperance.
5. That the proyram committee fiw
oext year's convention should
A New Lot of Attractive Ticking.
Buy Your Mattresses at Factory Prices..
Nelson Mattress Co.
Factory 708 W. Noble. Phone 850.
We Deliver and Guarantee all Work.
We Rebuild Cotton and Feather MaUresse3.
J. f. Green
1 ' frs. T. If. pidU.i
' . Mrs. J 'f l'fri.:m-r.
- 'htcg(.-ba on th lf re-
turned to what Is virtually a 1911
pre-war price. Judging from figure
oli'alned from one of Hit "llg f'.vs"
iiiHi Metieler If yea want an
( to gotxluess ranxe.
Rev. Bellinger wle) gave auch a
sidendld address lst nllvt In th
Sunday School convention is a son- l
ln-Usmof Mr. and Mrs C. H. Nk W.s. j More herr)ns are eaten than any
He with his wlf and baby exp"-t o'her kind cf flnh.
mr. to sail January 5 as missionaries to
-an-e an evening rrogram that will India. They were the gu-Ms of Mr.
be especially helpful to Bible school- and Mrs. J. E. Nlssley while here.
It reqifres very little is to coot
c n a New y Method.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 74, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1920, newspaper, December 3, 1920; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc713536/m1/5/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.