The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Independent in E»e?ytWB®.
Strictly m Local NawaS****'
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We-write all kinds of farm
Covering Buildings, Grain, Livestock, etc.
We also make Farm Loans.
Quick Service-Low Rates.
We are permanently located and can give personal
attention at all times to this business. Serving our
customers in any circumstances that may arise.
Supply. Woodward Co., Oklahoma, Thursday, Jan. Jd l'-0
A Double Header
Was celebrated at Grandpa
and girl’s basket Dan teams u., W»» « Devore’s here
‘ ,Ji hnt the Vicie girls hers of the families were present.
and their fathers are brothers,
i n Ufnob mnn
Last Friday night the boy s
and girl’s basket ball teams of
and were able to get up under
the goal and throw for goal as
If the ball didn't Ko through the lea were m evidence
Brel time! *?|S S up;the delight ot the youngsters,
into the etherial, caught it and - - . l-—-
•and took another shot; one spec-
Isaid he counted many t
11 as 8 shots made by one girl at The Annual Meeting ot the
, ............n different ,»n Monday. Jan. 26. 1920 at lb-
Notice of Annual Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the
We Solicit Your Patronage.
The Bank df Supply
B. MILLION.Jr.. Cashier PERCY B. ZERBY, Ase’t Cash
Torn Burger and wife visited
. __ relatives in Woodward, Saturday
G. B. Garrett left the latter j nigh't and Sunday,
part of last week, for Abihne, j Tj.lis institution shipped oT-
Texas to spend a few days with jpounds of wool to a turn n
Jiomefolks I Woodward this week.
P. L. Smith and wife left last M rg Do,er who has been con
Friday morning’ for Woodward,
for a few days visit.
Mrs. E. L. Bagby spent a few
days in Kansas City, last week
visiting and shopping. She re-
tutned home Friday.
fined to her room for the past
f.iw days with a severe eolk, is
again able to be out.
G Ross and wife left Tuesday
morning, for Oklahoma City,
tutned home Friday. (where they expect to visit tot a -
A number of the hospital em- f«?w days. From there th«y^ wi , ‘
ployes took in the Lyceum at the g, to different points in Cain , lr
high school building at Supply, nia for a visit.
lastThursday night. All report-
ed a splendid program.
Tom Kinnane was a county
seat visitor during last week.
Word was received here the
first of the week, of the death of
Frank Southall, at ElPaso, Tex.
where he was taking treatment
at a sanitarium due to his failing
health. The news came as ai
great shock to Mrs. Southall, as
she had received a letter from j
him a few days previous, to the
effect that, while he was not
feeling so well, he intended vis-
iting a brother in a nearby town
fora few days. Mrs, Southall
left Tuesday evening, for Hop-
kinsville, Ky. where funeral ser-
vices will be held and interment
made, Mr. and Mrs.Southall were
both employes of this institution
and while they been here but. a
short time, made many friends
who extend sympathy to the be-
reaved ones in this, their Lour
This institution is now prep-
ared to do custom hatching. We
have incubator capacity for 1000
eggs for anyone desiring early
hatched chicks. If you have a
favorite breed of chickens bring
the eggs from same and let us
do the work for you.
Iga Rogers left Tuesday morn-
ing for Wichita, Kan. where
she accompanied her mother to
consult a specialist.
Aldert Weibel made a trip to !
Woodward the first of the week.'
The employes of this institut-
ion together with a few envited
guest,s enjoyed a social dance at
the hall last Tuesday night. All
present reported a most enjoy-
time. Music was furnished by
Mr. Packer and Mr Vaughan of
scoring. -- --
The boys game was a dittereni
story, it was evident from the
start that the Viei team was out
classed. Our boy’s seem to be
able to make goal whenever de-
sired. The score was 64 to 19 in
favor of Supply-
Some of Vici boosters were
very enthuseastic over the vic-
tory of their girls, but were hard
losers when the tables were turn-
ed and their boy.s team was lit-
erally ‘ mopped up on”.
After the games, a pie supper
was held in the auditorium.
Pies sold as high as $10. about
$96. was taken in at the supper
and $40. at the basket ball game.
Supply will play Lavern here
next Friday night Jan. 23, Lav-
erne has a good team, having
took about all the games of the
season, and a good stiff game is
expected. If you like basket ball
come out next Friday night and
help boost the home team. There
is sure to be a good crowd down
«• i 1. . .. « m ri-nnrl
on Monday, Jan. 26. 1920 at lb:
a. m. At this meeting the
question of amending the By
Laws to conform with the Stale
law, governing Co operative As-
sociations, will be considered.
The meeting will be held m
the school house at 10 a. m.
O. D, Garlrell Sec’v.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Dr
Vore Wednesday a fine girl C- O
is wearing a smile that promises
to go into perpetuity.
Rev. E. L. Lollar attended the
Methodist mass meeting pagean1
held at Waynoka last week. He
reported a fine time. About 3b
preachers attended the meeting.
Word was received that Mrs.
Arthur Jackson had undergone
an operation at Rochester, Minn,
and was getting along nicely.
M. K. Million who has been
been visit1 ng relatives here the
past few days, returned to his
' home in
Do You Need any of These
We have them
0. K. Elevator
F. I. WIGLE, Local Manage*
Residence Phone 29 Office Phone 35
Every high school or school The basket ball games last
doing high school work in Okla- prjday night were well attended,
homa will be inspected before* We jogt one 0f the games with
April 15, by state high school in~ | Vici, but won the other one by a
spectors. according to plans^ of j muc|, larger score,
the department of education. I ^ Friday night we play La-
C' W T"L°i , boys and May girls. All
MarshaHcou n -1 come and ana a great deal ot good
ty, and N. A. Nash and C. N. I clean spur .
Howell are expected back soon| Qur pie supper on last Friday
from Payne and Okmulgee coun- JnjKht was very gratifying to us
Ups — Daily Oklahoman. I financially, and all had a good
13 SUIC tv ----
from Laverne, for they ae good t lKVV ............
boosters for the team. i uome (n Leavenworh, Tuesday.
Also our girls will play the j -----
girls, for Ihejbird time. Mrs. Kate Davidson visit rela-
Wm. Hoefer was on the sick
list a few days last week, but
the ihomo i __list a few days last week. ^ut Jbegan last Monday. E)
time. : Mrs. Kate Davidson visit rela- jsabletobe about his Paintin^ I tjons are over and every
Trov Robertson was over from, tive? out. near Supply, Saturday |happy. All are buckling
| Follett. Texas last Sunday. 1 night and Sdnday.
Winter Weather Needs
Men’s heavy wool work Hose, pair Jc
Men’s Light wool Dress Hose, pair , PUC
Ladies, Mixed wool Hose, pair , _ DUC
Men’s Canvas Mitts, leather palm, parr bOc
Men’s all leather mitts, pair, $1.25 biM
A Good Line of men’s & boy’s Caps, $ -
$1.25 & $1.50
Our second semester of school
** -J--- Examina-
___ one is
happy. All are buckling down
to work harder then ever on the
Supt. Plopper was in Wood-
ward Saturday helping to ar-
range a county interscholastic
meet for this spring, which will
occur in Woodward about the
middle of April. More informa-
tion concerning it will be publish-
ed in these pages later.
Consolidation meetings have
been arranged for next week by
the Sup’t. On Tuesday night
Jan. 29ih, County Sup’t, Chand-
ler will explain consolidation at
lhe school house of Lifctiiit
No. 73. On Jan. 30th County
|f Supt. Walker will visit the
jrchool house of District No. lo,
Ellis Co. All from Supply who
attend, will undoubtedly be well
I repaid for their effort. For dir-
ections to find these call up the
school. A. good crowd from Sup-
ply will help much in consolidat-
ing the schools for next year.
, Our bronzed 12-inch bust of
1 George Washington, which the
school children earned by selling
1 gross of lead pencils, has arriv-
ed and is on expedition in the
auditorirm. It is pretty; come
and see it. Clifton Mayfield won
the fountan pen which was giv-
en to the one selling the most
pencils, selling 18.
The Sterling Entertainers
The sterling entertainers on
Thursday night gave us one of
the best Lyceum numbers that
we have had. We signee up
with the Redpath Co. for next
year. We have one number let't
on this years course. Mr. Dun-
donald. the Scotchman, promis-
es to be especially good.
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Mayfield, J. W. The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1920, newspaper, January 22, 1920; Supply, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848310/m1/1/: accessed October 26, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.