The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 29 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
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r Knoprnen ana Mrs.
ire the charming hwlwi
wnen inrj m.
... victor vomuaris
if.' McMorrow Clyde
llartln Jemee Kerun.
J UIDney Moniie
"li'ito" 7.n W.r Ha
dl0B f' - d J
C Du.'fendack. Mar-
... lu.kirl W. A.
isrll. ". Ceswell. rorster . YV siKer
r"?. Viii! V:i vd Health". Oerlrud. Ayie.-
" "' ?i Vim Maria McMorrow.
a.'Sio" 'f Mr nd Mr.. Charles C.
Itrilrr -..tin. 1
I s tilklnsan became
JIM I?" Allen. Th service we
"4V ih. I ebyterlefl church. Th
'...''.- dressed in modish nav
btU. "J!" Zi h n.ntrssted charmlnBljr
"t "J eisig end hlu. hat. maue an
h ?. i ro Th. foupl. w.r. at-
""." i M m Margaret Conway a.
"4j .i5 if. I Mr.. W. II. Harkrlder
T"fir 1?. b ilroin. Mr. and Mr..
'?.it on 'rly train Jor Tul.a.
A"n '.ii. will prn.l i.v.r.1 day. and
"""J.! ?I(.irii tn liartl.avlll. will maka
' ."ffma a" ' at Nllllh .trt. Th.
lr bom. h winnn wera lr.
""."ff M- "J lr.. Ch.rl.. MIM.r
Z M nd Ml" 0t"
yj.'lcl..rly o' Vlnltft la !
'm'h (obi.n ha! j.turn.d from
.h. vi.u.d w dya with
Ma jl i . '"' . nh Mo.. with
Inr tn P"
"'.'"".'ad . W. A. Oml.n l.ft tht;
.f f i "rt. 'whir th.y will .P.nd
"MV' 5f h4 WKr".dr'n..d h.va r.turn.d
tm. 'mv m vim -" '"
l ''!S.?!.r.0Jl"Vni.mUl.. I. vl.ltlnt ti
JVim. of Mr .ni Mr
liYif itrtit. Borlhwiial.
Un K W Kdn.rton
jit '( Mr- ."'1 Mr.. A.
Vim-ot Hrjnd. Mr.. C. U Wirt of
of ltu.o la tha
E. Turner of thi-
"K;"i.I." ". "turned to h.r horn.
"".'n'dV.'rV'KeyT're.urned from Hen-
r" .. " nrr. they '.pent a.v.ral day. on
SfiSS. S.- Wr.d Dorothy
r Alton are uue.ta of M
.'V.Mh7l.rw..h'frrnd. 'and" r.U-
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for I'er.hln lo loin her hu.band.
I.r!:V-Jf'd "n th. olf tm.lne.. In that
'HlV'-nd Mr.. O. O. Carter of Ilnldenjllli
irrtt.4 TuVidiy to vl.lt 'with Mr.. Car.
. liter. Mrl. J O. Faulkner for a.v-
'"iti'j' r Union. p.tor of the Pre.by.
tfrtu churrh. attended the .tale rre.br-
ilrlM eonrocatlon In Tul.a during th.
lSJ'rtii Newton .on Dick and dauch-
ePmt.4 on th. ftr.t of the week for .
Hilclll. In tha- Miami ho.pltal I. r
tttrrlnr nicely. ..... .
Xr. nd Mr.. Van Iyd of an Jluren
re the aUMt. In the home of th.lr
'Ik. Mr.. W. K Mode and family of
lh"'entWh.rtn. the .mall daughter of
tr iH Mr.. J. T. Wharton who ha. bun
rtWnc from a y.ry .ever attack of
mrltt lever. I. Imirrovlnr rapidly.
r' E Mllner and 8. A. Konoyer. who
Mi been Tlilllng home folk for the pajt
. returned to Mmkogee the tlr.t or
tki wk. where they arot.ervlng on the
''l?!' b-iSetb.ll team r.pr..ntlnr the
C-rUtltn church here defeated the Com-
nine Chrlitl.n five 25 to 1. Tueaday ev..
atne. Tbn.m. w. the flr.t of the ea-
m l lb. vlillor.. i
Mn Row Tibbet. of Hollywood Cel..
irrlii! la Miami TueeJ.y from Okmulgee
.kin ibe h.i been vltltlnK h.r .on and
vlllbia gue.t In th. home ot h.r brother
Ht.nl Mr.. D. II Wll.on of 11 P .tre.t.
KUi Opal llrockman. who represented
KkvichU high .chool In a r.c.nt
iMlmitiiry contot at QalMburr III..
itirJid llrt honr.. Ml. llrockman I. the
itthtir of Mr. nd Mr.. T. J. llrocltm.n
I tkli city and attended Mleml high
0 London ha. accepted the .uperln-
trvlinry of th. Miami Ilaptl.t ho.pltal.
'fA pMltlon wa. mad- vacant by th.
mlmtlon of Ii ttorley who haa had
rtani for th. pa.t 1 month.. Mr. Ion-
In iitired upon hi. new dutlea the flr.t
if Fiora-ry. ...
I. mmint wa. held IVedn.iday at lit'
'click In the ba.am.nt ot the public
Hbrirr tor the purpoae of forming a. chap
Hr if American war mother.. Any moth.r
bi tit. hid a .on or daught.r In the
V'.lil ttite. erlee during the world
Jv will be welcome.
lie lantial father and .on banquet wai
M la th. baiement of the Klr.t Chrl..
Il churrh Wedne.dav evenlnr at Q
'OK. There w.re more than a hundred-!
iu preient. A moat plea.ant evening
vti enjoyed short talks muilo and
tMiti mra given by ..viral of tha gn.ata.
. kn. J 1. Palmer and grand.on. Moody
run. riturn.d Saturday from an ex-
nrilra if a week In the lower Ttlo Grand I
''Hey. About IS eicur.lonl.te from Miami
ftmmerc. and other nearby towna. ioln.d
Piity at Joplln. They vl.lud fruit
I'liutioai and farma and brought back
"Ui of tha fruit among them being
iimiBi thi tin of large grap.frult. While
lure thi Miami party vl.lttd the home
' Ckniei c.rmlchael wall known here
' a reildent ot Miami for several
..' Ulliton Study club ot theIethodl.t
'rcli met Vedne.da?"'wlth Mra. llulma.
r. Edmundllon of Oklahoma City I.
nnl thU weik ot Mr. and Mr. D. O.
..filler Slefirt who la a student at
Tier. wk wu"
tCl.."' nan journ.yed Into the
Mir Tul"1 Bturday of last vresk
V-.J1- C.lllni' Noy Kcout band olay.d
Ja.1" wturej atvow Thur.day for half
u ft"". n" "raw a crowded house
.J': A. O.llowar of thla 'city i
i( II: . 'ommli.lon to be on tha ataff
Si f?".nnder.ln.chlet of the O. A. n.
W. A. Davis
"r rtturnlnr Tuti
C ! wtn' dtvliion cav
Mft.j ii -V" "n W.
------in nt Mn. UeViy'i dlvl-lnn
ot M.it V !n?n .
r nlh? KTlnt4 th. Rook club
wtfiiS ZJ 5v.n Th. room. wr
WiV.hr:!nnl) "were aerved
"'i OUtrtet ..I"..." Presiding elder of
spoat In the high school
""""J thele 'f""' Chur
J "ati Iti.I5f?'r and
TMiJiV B?;L.n1!n rnaa...
L""H In . I' u.tlon belnr
"rkien. n m "rm by Oeerge
! r.""."'.!?"1 ' end thi
i.r .raila. ".V mJ heautltul br
.u"'". ...3 '..rnoe
"''".? r V....1.. ..vn followlngi
Otiuf".'. Vaughn .cnf.. AlJy
nw" lh horn oi Mrs.
l !''.?. .venue Rweet peee Ift pee-
Vwli7. en."?! end whit. carnations
"".? 'V; riomi where Ih. guests were
turned r' . d mnrf pleessntly
rtcil'"1 nJu?rc the score while Mra.
It W'". ?nu?Td second prise. The
I""' V.ri MeSl l'"n ""
lt i t Williams Hophronla
ibrt ' MrCuy. Otto HI..-
;wiry ciu. 'iraa.t or ine New
!"; " he him.1?1?? "l"t.ln4 th.lr
c w i rM"' Josieri "Trana.
"Jliaoi' oif'" 10 the toast "Our
M1 -1411m. iSnr.'. "m" P'.
""Ii .ra aung and .veryon.
epsnt a very "hsarly" evening aunts
outside th club families were Mayor end
.ure. w a. itatey itupertniendsnt end
Mn. llaye luv. ana Mrs. Crowson and
Mr. So. Kvana
MIm Jvnnl Al llli DDcnt fiturdr
Mr. And Mn J. K Fllppln want to
Mr. And Mra. J. V. CmpbiM of Oow&U
pent MomUy In tht cltr.
Mint Nova Mtrcdlth loaohcr at CaUlte.
t-tnt tho whfnd In th city.
Ml Ottvfl and Omc Acton spent
th flrt of tht wfk In At. Ixult.
Ml Itathrl Adair ltt ftumtiy for
Norman whrrt ih will atttnd tchool.
.Mra J Kuct Fllppln wu hoattaa to tht
F Milay Afternoon Jlrltlct club thla wH.
Mlaa JeaitU 1'opa of Nowata aptnt the
wekend with tmmt folVt nar Olaremort
Mint MUlt Trail why la t-achlnr achool
at Catalle aptnt tha week-end with hom
Mr. and Mra. Chart II. CariHn enter
tained tha Heart club Wednesday alter
.Mra. H. I. Hmart la tnjoylns a tUlt
from her staler Mrs. Kate Carmen of
Mrs. Taut V.. Try entertained tha
Htltch and Chat Club Friday evening at
her home. - '
Mra. D. F. Marvin of Tul.a Is In th
city rn a lalt lo Mr. and Mrs. W 11.
Ma. llarry Katea entertained tha auc-
tion brldirt club this week at her homo
on Kait Htith.
Tht rrlacuia clun waa entertained
Krldar by Mra Cord Hall In a very
Mrs. Walter llurcess ar.d little dsu.Mer
Nancy Jane ha beeq on tha sick Hit
tha past week.
Mrs. J. t). Adama and Mrs. larry Pen
roy went to Tutsa to attend the McCor
mack concert. .
Mra. Torn Dean reslrned her poaltlon
in the county treasurer's office which
took effect February I.
Mra. A. A. .Swift la enjoylnr a visit
from her brother llec. C B. Clarkson
of CJuanah Taaaa.
ias ifowaia jiuinyneaa was nosieaa
to tht Delta Thela Tau sorority thla
weak at hep home on Uaat Fourth
Mr and 'Mrs. II. II. Canterbury and
Miss Hdna Huffman wtnt to Tulsa Tues
day night to hear John McCormt-k.
Mlaa Fleta urlswoid accompanied by
Hutchlns spent tht week-end
with her sister Mrs. cnariey
a .annuel waa e;iren--ine iiix oora
of Claramora on last Tuesday even In a. at
the high echol tha glrla of high achool
domestic science ciaas serving a aeiicious
The Wednesday Aiternocn Auction
Tlrldge club entertained with a 1 o'clock
luncheon thla week In honor of Mra.
Oeorge Wyvell of Dallas Texas at the
home or Sirs. it. if. itane
m ii Fiv Jones or inis cur ana uen
Hall of Coalgate were united In marriage
t tna noma or Air. ana Aire. u. iiuni
Hunday morning by Bam Waggoner
pastor of the local Christian church. They
left Sunday noon for Coalgate ltd make
Mr. and Mra. K. P. Biory entertained
at a family dinner. Hunday. In honor of
the 14th birthday of Mrs. Story's mother.
irs. a. i; iNtonoison. ana jor irt. ii. r.
Myer Mra etory'a sister of 8t. Joseph
Mo. A feature of the dinner was a Urge
cake with 84 candles. IMnk and white
carnations adorned thf center or the
table. Covers were laid for It guests.
Mra. C. P. uodbey entertained Tueaday
fternson with a 1 o'clock luncheon to
honor Mra. George Wyvell of Dallas
Texas. After the luncheon the afternoon
waa spent socially with fancy work and
conversation. Tho following ladles were
gueslai Mesdamea H. Jl. Kaho. O. V.
Dayls A. A Dennlson F. Y. O'Tlantui.
na Ai . Kates a ino occasion
waa a very enjoyable one.
Mimes Veta Moore. Elolse Tit shoo. Vada
Peward and Marie Mayberry were initiated
into the myatcriea or the Delia Theta Tau
sorority Wedneaday evening January 26
at a mealing naia at ine noma or iui
Vera Howard. The pledgee aurvtved the
initiation In fine shape and even had a
food time. The evening was very pleas-
.Mrs. O. D. Dm' entertained with a 1
o'clock luncheon Wednesday January ti.
to honor Mra. George wyvell or Dallas
Texas. Fouowinr the luncneon tne after
noon wae pleasantly spent with auction
bridge. Mra. II. if. Kahn made high
acore and received vanity case. aire
O urlswoid made 'low acore and re
ceived a deck of cards. Mrs. Wyvell waa
presented a cut glass canaiesiiCK aa guesi
Mra. Ieo A. Moore entertained Friday
afternoon with a J o-clock luncheon and
auction bridge party. The luncheon was
excellent and a pleasant afternoon ac
tarda waa enJnyed. Mrs. J I. How man
made high acore end received a bottle of
nerfume. while Mra. Ilourke II. Day less.
made- tow score and received a fancy deck
nf rnriia. Mra. tlenrae Wyvell. ot Dallas
Texaa received the guest honor prise of
cut flowers rcigni taoies pariicipai;eii.
Mlsa T. wniung ni ia aiubih tn
grow larger if neglected
XllE pores of your face are not as fine as Uioo( on otlier
parta of your bopy.
On the nose especially there are more fat glands nntl there
is more activity of the pores. If these pores are not properly
stimulated snd.cjeansed they clog up and become enlarged.
To redt.ee enlarged pores follow yerr night this simple
Try RING a soft cloth from yerj hot water lather
rV it with Woodbury's Facial Soap then hold it
to your face.
- When the heat has expanded the pores rub in -'
very gently n freeli lather of Woodbury's.
- Repeat this hot water and lather application
several times stepping at once if your nose feels
Finish by rubbing the nose for 30 seconds with a
f piece of ice.
GET a cake of Woodbury's today at any drug store or toilet
goods counter and see what an improvement this treatment
will make the first time you use it.
Do not expect to change in a week a condition resulting from
lone neglect. But follow the treatment persistently and you
will be able to reduce the enlarged'porcs and make them in-
conspicuous. A 25-cent cake of Woodbury's lasta for a month or six weeks
of this treatment and for general cleansing use. The Andrew
VJcrgen's Co. Cincinnati New York and Perth Ontario.
O Wl mi. TV. A-t Ji
field worker for the W O. T. t. met wllh
the ClarrVnore unit on Tuesday aflernooa
and Derferted a reornlillf.n nf i.m.
The following are the new officers elected i
Trealdent Mra. J l. Msnrois first vice
president Mrs 11. Thompson secretarr
ireasurtr. Airs. w. j nidrldge. At T IB
u riocK aiiks Whltinr gave a lecture on I
'National Americanism" at the Methodist I
church which was very Instructive and
highly appreciated by tha Urea crowd
ine eastern mar Ptudy club met at
the Masonic hall Friday afternoon with
an excellent .attendance. They were
honored with tha presence of two out-of-
town vlaltors. Mra. Wright past worthy
matron or chapter No. 7 of Clarence
Mo. and Ulster llarrlf of Chlckaiha. Ukla
pest grand matron of the atate of Mis- t
the buafneas of the club
d with a pleasant social 1
half hour waa enjoyed during which dell
clous refreshments ware aerved by the
hostess of the day.
On Tuesday evening at the Christian
church the Men's Hlble class and the
Young Folks class gave areceptlon to
the LoyaT Woman'e class and the teach-
era nf the Hunday achool which was a
decided auccess. After the program the
entire erowtl iwae Invited Into the annex
where a boultlful siYpply nf sandwiches
pie cooklea akd coffee had been prepared
In a most Inviting style. Thua ended
pleasant evening which waa the
of a contest between the three
ctssatt. In which tha ladlea were wlnnare.
Mrs. I- O Mlchener went to Tulsa
Refreshments were served hy the ladlee
aid during the evening.
Mra. Ktowell Farrls has aa her. guest
her cousin Mlas Itankln of Klrksvllle Mo
Mra. F. D. Johnston accompanied by
Mra. J. A. Waggoner drote to fiaputpa
Dr. and Mrs It I Italia have removed
to nrlatow where they will make their
iuiui niiiiif I
Mrs. A. J. Jackson is SDendlna tha wak
visiting In the home of her e)ter Mrs.
Holt Mslcomb near III x by.
The new clssa rooms of the Christian
church are completed and are being occu-
pied by the two Illble claases. who are
contesting for Increased attendance.
The ladlea of the Community church
have installed a new Lyon V llealy piano
In their church which win add grestly
tn ine muiic a new junior
aian oeen organ. sea.
Mrs. John Maxwell who
plana atudents In Mound
have her studio at the Fresbyt
church on Wednesday! and at the Hap-
tlst church Asturdays.
A rlaaa ot 13 nsw members were Inlttat
ed Into the Mounda ltehtkah lodge Jan
uary H. About S vlsltora were preaent
from Hapulpa who were royally enter-
tained the ladlea serving delicious re-
freshments. The new Odd Fellows build
Ing makes a very commodious gathering
place for these occaalons.
The new spacious home of Mr. and Mrs?
E. M. Ituckcr was'glven over to the ladlea
of the Women's Missionary loctety ot the
Christian church who served a fine sup-
per between the hours of 4 and. S on Tuea
day January 11 This waa a very suc-
cessful affair and a neat sum waa realised
by tha ladlea for their missionary work.
The home talent play. "Kuth In a nueh"
will be given at the 'school auditorium
on Friday evening February IT for the
benefit 'of the Lyceum fund. This play
Is being directed by Miss Lucille Wick-
hlter of the high achool faculty and prom-
ises to bo very exciting and entertaining
and will keep one Interested for over two
Mra. Frank D. Johnston delightfully en-
tertained the membera and frlenda or tha
Thlmble-bee at her home Thursday after-
noon February 2. A very Interesting mu-
sical contest was enjoyed Mra. Clarence
Dalion winning the prlxe. A delirious
luncheon wae served by the hostess. About
SS guesti were present of whom 17 ware
A reception waa held at the Community
house Friday evening for the Methodist
and rreabyterlan congregations and all
friends and worahtpera of th Community
church. 'Let us become better acquaint-
ed" waa the slogan of tha evening .and
Interspersed with muslo made an enjoyable
evening for all
were aerved by
the Ladlea Aid during
An election for voting a 1(0000 bond
lasue to erect cuip high school
building to Include the Junior hljth achool
waa held Monday January 10 There were
SOS votes caat. 141 being tn favor of the
lasue. It la proposed to erect the build-
ing on the hill near the bait park and
when completed It will be amply sufficient
to take care of the future needs of the
school children of Mounds and to keep
Mounds on the 'accredited list.
The Oklahoma Educational association
will hold Its annual convention at Okla-
homa City February 9 and 10 apeclal
ratea being given tn all membera of the
aasoctatlon. An elaborate program Is
being prepared and It la hoped that a
large number of teachara can avail themi
aelvea of the opportunity ot attending the
aasoolatlnn this year. New helps and In-
spirations for better echoole will be re-
calved by those attending and these meet-
ings ahould be the means nf more procTea-
alve achoola throughout the atate.
Charlea U. Ltppert 21 Market. left
Tuesday for Burlington Iowa where he
will visit relatHea.
The Saturday Danclnr club entertained
with a dance at Agency Chateau Saturday
evening. About 100 club membera at-
tended. Mlsa Mildred Nay lit Fond du te.
who underwent an operation at the Hap-
tlst bosplial Tueaday la reported to te
One of the prettiest dances of the sea
eon was that given Friday evening by Mr.
and Mra. J 1 Haner lit Houth .'our-
son was that given Friday
and Mra J. I Haner. I
leenth at Agency Chateau
auta wera oreaent.
A tout iw
Tha Dinner Hrldg. club met Wednesday
evening at th home of Mr. snd Mra.
A. ftl De nrafTenreld Twentyelghlh and
court. A two-courae dinner waa served
end the decorations carlred out the ain
(tine idea. Mra. Hugh Matubhy won the
I flrat favor a hand-painted -water color
' Mcture. The membera nresent were Mr
and .Mrs. 1 W. Wells Mr and Mra. !Uh
Malubby Mr and Mra. J H. McCoy
and Mrs. Henjamln Franklin 4lreen
and Mra ltty Pelf. Mr. am Mrs. A. M.
Detlraffenrelil. Oueala itttiir than' the
riuh members ware Miss Mary Deuratrsn
reld and fira. Joe Thomas.
A church wedding of unusual distinc-
tion because ot Its simplicity of detail
and beauty waa aolemhlied Wednesd-tv
evening at I o'clock at Ht. Paul's XI at ho
dlat church when Mlsa Fred Kerning
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flaming
411 North Thirteenth became the Wide
ot Mr Krancla I-tneat U Th Im-
pressive rlnn ceremony was performed by
the Hev. New Harle pastor quantltlea
of ferns ralm and atnllax formed the
background of the church and the altar
was entirely banked wllh greenery. On
either aide ot the altar ware two huge
floor beaketa titled with tall pink Colum-
bia roaebuds. The chancel r J tl waa en-
twined with wreaths of amllax and ptacod
before tha choir railing were II torchere
graduated In height which furnished the
only light In the church prior to the time
the bridal procession entertained The
family pewa wer. marked with h..w and
streamers of white satin ribbon Miss
Floy i;ile Duke gowned la runonia cnu-
fon' mni wrng a rorsaie of lavender
ini aweelneas. p ayed iNevin a waa
and ittnk aweelneas.
ding prelude which waa followed by
"I Love. Vou Truly." "O Fromlse Me"
and "When I Lie Within Thy Arma."
sung by Mlsa VIvtlyn Hrecheleen gowrted
In fuacnla chiffon wearing a corssge of
pink and lavendsr eweetpeas. l'rlur to
the entrance of the bridal party Mlsa
llreehlesen ssnc "At Dawning." Miss
Duke played "The llrlday Chortle" from
.onenarin. a a ine nnisi pany waa an-
hi- tint! tntv Mr. Warren lteeae. The
bridesmaid Miss Virginia Cnrnlck nf
Kvansvllle Ind. wsa gowned In fuschla
rhtrroni the maid of honor Mlsa Florlne
Fleming wore orchid chiffon and the
matron of honor Mra. J. T F.lllott ot
Daltaa. wore orchid chiffon. Alt three
rarrlfd arm bouqurta nf rose and lavender
cyclamen and rosea showered with rose
and lavender hvarlnlhs and sweet Ps.
The usher( were Mr. Herbert Qulnn Dr.
nariea m. uierioir tu new urieeii-. ir.
Dee Moaler and Mr. Hert Vagle Master
Hobble Ilarbre waa the ring bearer and
little Hose Mailt and Herat. Jane Ileeae
were the petal bearers and wera daintily
dreised In pink taffeta with frayed ruf-
fles. They carried colonial b-unueU In
paper lace holders ot flesh pink roses
and lavender sweelpess. Little Margaret
Llnebaugh In pink tafefta trimmed In
frayed ruffles' and James T. Hlltott Jr..
were 'the ribbon bearers. Knterlng Isst
with her father was the bride a beauti-
ful girl or exquisite blonde coloring
gowned In a wedding dress of Ivory bro
caded satin her pother's wedding gown
or IT years ago ine uannaome court
train of Ivory satin waa simply trimmed
with real rose point lace and lined with
delicate pink chiffon. Her wedding veil
wae caught tn cap fashion with wreaths
of tiny white rosebuds. It waa a gift
from her elsler Mrs. Elliott who wore It
at her wedding. MUs Fleming carried a
handmade handkerchief ct real rose point
lace the gift of Mrs. Fred Ithodes. Hhe
carried' a bride's bouquet of orchids show-
ered with lilies of the valley. After the
ceremony an Informal reception waa oiven
for tha bridal party and a few frlenls at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fleming. The
rooms wert decorated In a lovely profu-
sion of feme eid rose and lavender and
pink aweet pela. Tht bride changed m
her traveling costume or black peach
bloom embroidered tnTray and gold with
accessories to harm on lie Mr and Mrs.
Keese left Immediately after the reception
for a short wedding trip. They will be
at home after February T at 4IS North
fiherley Osborne Is home after spending
van) month In the Coweta oil fields.
Charles Lssllnger of Ilroken Arrow wae
the guest ot raul riummer during tne
II. I. Harris spent last week at Musko
gee the guest or his sister Aire. J v.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Owsley apent several
days during the week at Broken Arrow
Mlsaee Nell and Clydla flmtth and Mary
unaaie ana untrue un were over-aun-day
vlaltors at Pspulpa.
Mra. W A. Hurley haa returned to her
home at Chlckaaha ajter an extended
visit to her slater Mra. Krnest Hdwards.
Mr. end Mrs. H. O. Hopkins entertained
a smell company of frlenda Informally
Wednesday evenlrg. Tresent were Mr.
and Mrs. Croud Bailey and Mr. and Mr.
A beautiful and Impressive service waa
held In connection with the lnatallatlon
of the new officers of the Kpworth league
cnutr mi is y"ni i uiM-fu- ...iv-. m.
w i j-MiriDK inn i-rwnivny bii I'mj-n unr
.(Thine Uvea Ha Illu. and Tender" The
mi a riaes or i " . . a .t
. exDSCta to wIinaT lriy wee iiiri ai nw iiiin
for Ih. ensuing year The hew officer.
In.lall.tl w.re MUi Frani'ea White presi-
dent! Mr.. Harry Wot.h.tn flr.t vice
trr.llenl. Ill" Alt. I'llerbirk a.cond
vice iire.l.lenti Mr.. 1'eail Dickenson
third vice iire.fd.nl. Mra. U.org. Taikert
fnurlh vice prraldenla tleorge Ta.k.f.'.ec
r.tarri Ml. tlrace Sherrlll trea.ur.ri
MiM.a Mildred Carter and Jlahil lllek
Karl rarson. I. rnnval.eclng from a
Svvere altark of th. flu
(leitrg. never. on I. home from school
.1 O. V for a few week vacation
Mis. Ola MrAnally uf Alsuma waa the
gueit f Hrokin Arrow r.latlee.. Tuesday.
Mr and Mr.. A. It. Nlnm.n announce
the birth of a daught.r on Monday Jan-
Itev and Mrs t I) fuming spent
Tuesday Mlih friends st Tul.a and Hsnd
Mr. ahd Mrs. Curtis l.awhead of Fkla-
took spent th. day Tuesdsy In llrok.n
Mis J. M. IVnlnglon was the guest nf
her daughter Mra. llod I'owell In Tuts.
Airs. Kuel Collins of llegg. I spending
tho week st the hmne nf her p. rents Mr.
and Mrs I' M Thomas.
Newt William and llnrte Dolling.-
worth went l I'ar.ons Kan. Monday on
a hrl.r Int. tne. . errand.
It. II. Mitchell prnl the day Thur.day
In Tul.a l. limit his mother and looking
after business matters
H. K Johnson isturned Tu.aday night
frniit u tew d.y'a husine.airlp to Hllck
and Ih. adjacent nil livid. .
Mr.. J. J. fykes and daughter Urace
returned Thursday evening from brief
visit to relatives In Tulsa
Ml. Jusephin. Wallets of Tulsa apent
tha week-end with Mies llulli Mays snd
other llteken Arrow filends
Mrs. It. M. Howe soent flsturdsy In
Muskogee the guest of her sister Mrs.
A. II llnnnsll and Doctor Itunnell
Mrs len lws entl Mis. Margsret
Davis have returned from a week's visit
to Mr. snd Mrs. I'rank Cop.land at Ok
Miss Mary Fnlrchlld came over from
Tulsa Monday e.enlng I visit llrnken
Arrow friends and attend the Half Culture
Messrs. and Mesdames William Hart
ati.t Tred Hart iX Hapulpa were over-
Hunday visitors In the homes of W. 11.
Curnutt snd Charlea fthlrmieti.
Naftsiartory improvement la reported In
the condition of Johnnie young son of
Mr ajid Mrs. A. U lliirwell who has
bsen skrluusly III for several weeks.
Mrs. Howard White arrived home from
Muskogee Mundsy afternoon where ehe
hss been for two weeks convalescing from
an operation which she underwent lhf a
Mrs. i: T. Kclbllnf left Tue.dav ...nine
fr Muskoftee where she was railed by
a mes.sge snnounclng Hist her father
Juilge Cunningham hail suffered a stroke
of apoptesy earlier In the day.
RoreRl. three-vear-o il son if Mr. snd
Mrs. Oils ritalfnrd dlrw at the family
ifiri-. hi inn i.iiiny
n Halurdeyl of congee-
Hunday afternoon fol-
noma souin or town
tlon. Funeral serv
from the residence H
lowed by Interment at the While church
Arter soeniiinc two veers in tns Teiae
nil fields Paul Hlird has returned to
ilroken Itrrow and will be associated wnh
his father. l' H Kuril of the First Na-
tional hank. In the Insurance depertment
conducted under the flrni natnn of 1.
Until ft Hons.
After a year a residence in llrnken Ar
row aa local manaeer for the fHrkason.
dnodman Lumber company. i C. Co.-
lelln together Willi 111. family will leave
the city for a new home Mr. Costello
expect to engagg In business for hlmsslf
If he c.n find a .tillable location
Mra. I). II. Cramers and Mra. Ilutr
Ilurn.r have returned from Kufaula
wnwr. iii.y w-r. raiieu in aitena
ftineral of Mrs Jshn Mrtnlnsh wife nf
Mre. Chllilere brothers A twoyeer-old
iteughter surviving Mrs. Mrlnlo.h wss
brought home by Mrs Child. r. In be
The 21 young tsdles who compose the
King's Dsiighlers Hunday school clais nf
tha Klrst M K churrh wire guests of
their trsrher Mis. Melville Martin at en
old-fsahloned csndy pull In Ih. basement
of the churrh Friday evening forming a
psrty later at the revival eerilres at the
Although an Improvement hss been
noted In his condition .1 H. Hhlpman re-
mains seriously 111 st his home on Ks.t
llrosdwey. Ilelallvea who hs.e been sum-
moned to )ils bedside are hla dsughtera
Mr. tl. II. Illsey Hptlngfleld Mn Mrs
(lenrge Frailer. Nevada Ma Mia. C. I.
Miller Pt. Iiuls ami hi. granddaiightela.
Misses Martha and Kva Miller uf fll.
The announcement nf Ih. marriage of
Mlsa I.ena Woodard and W. I. I'pdlke.
which occurred Xundsi Jsnusry it came
aa a avrprlas to their numetou. friends
The wrsldlng look place at Muskogee at
the parsonsga nf the Chrlsllsn church
tlev John I. Ilrsndl otrirtailng. They
are now "at home" in Ilroken Arrow lo
their friends and will continue to re-
side In this rlly
Mra. W M. Lewis entertained Ilia mem-
bare of the Crafts rluti nil Tuesday after
noon at their tegular meeting providing
a dellahlful afternoon at bridge follow-
ing lie games with an elaborate iwo-
rour. luncheon. Thns. who .hired the
hosllellty were Mredamee tl. L. Ilrnoks
C Ii Foster. J I. tlreene H v. tlsnlner.
T M. Ilunierker l.on Klrktulrlrk A. I..
I. sue. i:. I l.ancaslrr. J. tl. Ilemey and
'the meeting of the Odette Theurot
cluh for Isst week wss held at the J. I
Lewla home on Hast College avenue wllh
Mra. Iwls as hoate.s. The efternnon
wae devoted In bridge with a delicious
two-c-Miree luncheon aa a final pleasure.
Ihoae present wele Mesdames llarvo Hid-
llngswoilh l M. Howe. Hoy McKeehan
ICtl Welle Ode floodsoll Jake) I'rnulor
Hugh Ftatidsrs. II n. iisrnanl. W M
Cooper end J. A llrlhle. Mrs. Hugh Han
dera will be the hosteis at the next meet-
ing on Friday February 10.
The J. Wrlghl Voung home wss the
ecen of Hie meeting uf the Cell Culture
club on Friday afternoon of last week
with Mrs. Voung aa hnstras and Mia N.ll
Young ..slating Th. subject tor the
efternnon'e aludy was "Muslo " and elt
Interesting progrem was presented. Dttr
Ing lha soclsl hour wlilrlt followed the
firugratu refreshments wsre served by the
losteee assisted by her daughters. Misses
Ho.ana and Harali. Those present were
Mredamee N. I Handera J. K Kerr A. A
Kemp L. D. Corning. D. A Chllder.. II A.
Walllngfotd Hamuel I'lunimer William
Hprague Anaa Itansnm Dora r;.. linger.
F. )'. mount M. r Wllltams M McKsnns
J. W Young K T Nelbllng and Mle
II. II Snider et Tulss.
'Mr.. Jlmml. 'Wilson and Mrs Wilton
Wilt were Tulsa visitors. Mondsy.
Mre. C. I. McCslluik end Mrs Dert
Del.oil.r spent hursdsyln Tulss
Mre. C. A nsyle.s I) vl.ltlne; et the
home of h.r daught.r Mra. It V Ixir.tt
Mr. .mt Mra. c. I. McCallum atlemled
the mu.ctcal comedy 'Take It From Me"
In Tulsa Hunday night.
Mra. Oeorge U llurke returned home
Mondey night from a week'a visit with
relattvea In Fort Worth Texaa.
1 ft. llarlman nf Chicago wae a guest
hsre Tuesdsy of his sisters Mrs. J A.
Csrpenler and Mrs U II. McClung
Mr ani Mra. Casper Oskes went tn
Depew Wedne.dsy to ellend the funeral
of a friend Marlon Tale there.
Mr. and Mre. W II. Moore nf Kvanalnn.
Vyn are here vlilllng Mra. Moore's
father C. W Hamlin of West I-ie
I Mrs. W. II. Klser and Mlas KlUlheth
Neee left Hundsy for a vl.lt with relstlvls
LAMIt AND IMAM I
OA IOOI AND ArfDllO..
t WXtlMI -D .11.11 j
WJ $inih Moe ?otM rh.ru Om. Mi
Tc'tiA orunoMA .
v' '"V j "V
Jn. 20th ; 1022.
iTulaa Daily ITorld
.. In chocVlnf ertor our adertllnR for
1921 wa 8ro exBoedlnply vollVloaied with tho
. raauKi obtained from our ada In tfio Tulaa Dally
. 'Our ogrepilgni on tha EUroVa vaouuni
eleanor'and tho Cofflold alootrlo waehor con--duoted
through your papr;r ware oapoolally gratifying.
Hay no tko thlo opuorttiotty to thanlt
you for tho valuable auppeatlona and aanlotancs !
plvorf us In tho preparation of our oooy.
BL i V
Live Finn Knows!
all classes of Advertisiiid
snd friend. In Indspende ire. Ken
Ml. i Helen Aden or Kl llenn I. her
visiting her inter Mre. W H. Murray
and her hmlher A M. Allen and wife.
Mis Arthur mark has Issued Invlla-
llone for a hitdge luncheon lo be glv.n on
Monday. Fsbrusry T. at the Cenary tnn.
Mls.es Dane Hutchlns end Fleja orls-
wald of f'l.remore were week-end guests
of Mrs t'hsrte. tlllib. of llast MrKlnley.
Ml. a luteins Collins ef the Kansss uni-
versity ot Lawrence spend the week-end
wllh her psrrnts Mr and Mre. tleorge
Miss Lurlle Means of lllswalha Kan.
arrived Friday for a visit with her sunt.
Mrs. Fred Adems. and her .later sites
Mr. and Mre James Muchmore of Kulll-
van tn1 are the house guests ot Hie
formefs brother and wife Mr and Mre
U A Mllrliiunre.
.Mrs 11. I. Workman departed Hi first
of the week for Cedsr Itaptils Iowa
where she will be the house gueit nf
Mre. Heih Moots
Mr. end Mrs Jlmmle Wilson and Mr
and Mts. Ham Mirsder attended the
muslcsi ouiety "Tsko It From Me" In
Tul.a Hsturday night
Mrs H W Vrown nf Nouili Msln street
wss cslled lo Okmulgee Wednesdsy by
the litne.e of 1it fatolter Tnm t'.yne
Who .offered ft parelytln etlnke
Mr. .Is.U llssrom nf Kalsm. III. end
her son. V II lUscom snd wife of Tulsa
spent Hunilsy here es the guests nf O II
GIVES COMPLEXION "
Ktiinrl'n Ciilchiin WnfiTH lliuo Wtm-
' ilrrfttl Act luti lo llhl Piici? nf I'lin.
ltl'H Itlli-ll Illllll'llCel unit
Kuril lllt'iitlelicx. (
If your fare Is bsdly spotted with pirn
pies or hlsckhesils end If you hse Irled
everything vllsmlnee and all just leke
(he edvlce ot atlio.t ot pielty girls and
women anil gs) a 10 csnt box at any drug
store ot Htusrt's Calcium Wafers. Thsy
begin work right away In clear th blood
stimulate the skin caus Impurltlea to
dry up and disappear and soon the ekln
lurne claer end peachy you begin to look
the picture nf ekln heallli and Ufa la then
full of happiness as It should bs. Don't
fall to get a 10 cent box of fltuarl'a Cal-
cium Wafers today at any drug store.
ssssssBamr ge. eB'geflf
r. ft. A. Jug'tua
Vorv truly yotera
r.B.UCBHOIl au (jfla
Sleek and tsmlty end Ms. A II Tur-
ret). Xleedsmes A. M. Allen Wesley Murrsy
eind Wede Purdln entertained Informally
Wediteaday evening wllh a dance et the
Country cluh honoring their house guest
Miss Helen Allen of M llenn.
Allnrney end Mfe. U Q t.vtle end
daughter Ksth.ryn Mr. and Mr. Ham
Allen end Mr and Mra. Oeorge I Col
line moiored lo Tulsa Monday night lo
attend rtie .McCormeck concert
Mr. end Mre I. U Deeton enlerlalnrd
Informally at f o'clock dinner Thttrsaa
io Inlrndtice their cousin Mlse flladys
Deatnn of Hptlngfleld Mo Covers were
laid for eight. The evening waa epe.v In
The Country club enlerlelned wtth en
Informal dancing psrty Monday night at
which Jl couplee were present Ml..
Helen. Allen of HI llenn wa the nniy
nut of town guest. Lunch veaa eerre I
In Your Home
Wlinn you oro renily to ieocl
a pliino for your home muke
rum that you rliooeo the rlglit
oiio for i cooil iilnpu should
Inst n llfcillmo
Lyon & Hcaly
rim known ovcryivhoro for
their eplmnllil workmnnshlp
lion ut I fu 1 cnlilnMn nml u-
prfino tonul nualltlsg. Wo nro
rxcluslvn nircule for tlinei ln-
elruinenln nml will ho glnil iu
tlomonntrftto tlifm ftt your con-
voulonco. Wo nrs nlo ngonti
"Tho Highest Clns Talklntf
Atachlno In tho World." Wo
lmvo a few barealns In ellelitly
used I'lanoa nnil I'honrfffraphg
coma In and look them ovtr.
Convenient terms cmt bs nr-
ranRod on any ot tho above In-
stjumont. T. J. WHITE
021 H MAIN
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