Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 28, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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Seminole, Seminole County, Okla., July 28.J 1921
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ENID SCHOOLS TAKE
HEALTH TITLE PRIZE
Were it not for the sincere thought behind this ad, we
could not, in honesty, invite you to avail yourself of the j
Courtesy, which is a part of our bank service.
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Be assured in advance that every transaction, however
jmall, will receive our courteous consideration.
Jfirst National lanbi
J. H. Killingsworth. Pres. W. E. Harber, Cashier
Are You Going To
No sign of pay as vet. The pay
roll went in on time and no,.' we
are watching each man to sec
; I when Uncle Sam gives out the
> | cash. The money will come in
handy at this time of the year.
At Co. Council meeting held
Monday evening the council com
posed of Sergeant Broadnax, Lts.
Hammons and Cluck and Capt.
SnvY:r audited the accounts, of
the company for the period end-
ing June 30th, and prepared the
statement required by the War
Department to be prepared every
Sergeant Abe Marks returned
from Fort Sill Sunday, where he
spent the past week with the \Ye-
woka Battery. Sgt. Marks said
the Inf. suits him fine. He en-
listed to be a soldier and not to
nurse some horse.
Co. L. has been alloted one 3
ton White truck for company use
Supply Sgt. Eppler will leave for
Oklahoma City the latter part of
the week to drive it dowvn.'
Corp. Westermoreland was ap-
pointed Sgt. at last weeks’ drill.
I’\t. Martin was appointed Corp.
and placed in charge of the Maud
unit. Pvt. Weatherford was de-
tailed inst. in Automatic Rifle
No drill next Tuesday, due to
the number of boys who are in
the Harvest field- at this time of
the year, the company will not
drill next Tuesday evening. The
next regular drill night will be
Tuesday, August 2nd. There
will be a special drill called how-
ever, the night the pay arrives
to make up for the extra drill.
Capt. Snyder and Sgt. Logo
were in Konawa last week .in-
specting the armory of the Kona-
wa Co. They have secured a
fine place. 50 x 125 feet, with
a 14 foot ceiling. It makes an
ideal drill hall an€ will be one ot
the best armories in the Guard.
Battery A of Wewoka is ex-
pected back Saturday of this
week. Also the Scminolecon-
Pvts. MeCants, Edwards, and
Gisthave returned from the bar
vest fields, at the same time Pvts.
j Herndon Colbert, Gist, Killings-
worth and Tanyon are starting.
I, From the number of Co. boys
who have gone to the fields, are
going or have been there for
some time, we should soon have
till the harvest money in the
country cornered. —- * »
So far six Seminole boys have*
made application to attend the
camp at Fort
A silver loving cup awarded
by Governor J. B. A. Robertson
to the city whose schools make
the highest average in the Mod-
ern Health Crusade tournament
of the Oklahoma Public Health
association will be presented to
the city of Enid, at the annual
Public Health conference this
fall. Announcement of winners
jn the tournament was made to-
Enid won first prize in class
A which includes schools of an
enrollment of 200 or more. Sec-]
ond prize in this division went to j
Claremore schools with honor-[
able mention for the Tulsa Holy
Family school. In class B cov-
ering schools of less than 200 pu-
pils, the Anadafko Indian Board-
ing school took first prize and
the Blackwell, Riverside school
second. Capron school, Woods
county, took the prize for rural
Prize other than the Gover-
nor’s loving cup will be silk
Health Crusade banners. Thou-
sands of children in all parts of
the state took part in the tourna-
ment, an annual event in the
work of the Oklahoma Public
Health association for the health
of children. Children are re-
quired to live up to a system of
health chores and their success
or failure to do so determines the
percentage for tHc™ school in the
tournament. Miss Henrietta
Hart is in charge of the crusade
and the tournament which she
considers the most successful of
its kind ever held in the state.
All awards will be made at the
fall Public Health Conference.
Here Your Funds
Are Doubly Guarded
In addition to the acknowledged strength and the oon-
servatire managemet of this institution, there is an add-
Every penny of your deposits is guaranteed by the De-
positors Guaranty Fund of this State. The double pro-
motion thus afforded is a two-fold assurance.
-JM Mate Ha*
Frank Knappenberger, V. P.
House Or Barn
IF SO SEE US FIRST
Logan, Colo., Camp Dixon, Gris-
so, Lindsey Hibler, Dudley Lan-
caster, Huston Oliver, Raymond
Harber and Alva Trible arc the
local boys who have mar’L appli-
cation to date. John Campbell
of Wewoka has also applied. A-
bout 20 high school boys and an
equal number of business men
from Shawnee have made appli-
cation so that this section of the
state will be well represented.
Seminole is right in line with
the larger cities as it is always
Mr. Chase purchased the old Mc-
(Tchee Hotel some few week* ago
from his sister, Mrs. Stockard,
and now is having same remodel-
ed, and when finished! it will be
as nice a place as a person will
want to stay, Mr. Chase has fix-
ed all the rooms larger and has
fixed the place so it can be used
for an appartment house. If
you are wanting a nice place to
live in Seminole and want to live
down town, well here is when’
y?>F eSn get what .you want. This
building being made Into an ap-
partmetit house will greatly re-
lieve the house shortage in Semi-
Seminole Lumber Co.
Have you noticed that Friar &
Co., have added to the looks of
their store building by putting on
a new coat of blue paint.
Miss Lena Brace and Miss
Gladys Brame visited in Okla-
homa City a few days last week
visiting with Harris Brame, her
New Mechanics at
The first of this week Ira Reed
manager of the Seminole Garage
reported to us that he had em-
ployed a couple of gentlemen
from Shreveport La., who are ex-
pert mechanics and specialize in
electrical work, ignition, starters,
and generators, they also are
good mechanics on any size car,
your trouble is never too small
or too large. The gentlement
are M. B. Morris and T. S. Fos-
sen, they come to our city well
recommended. Call and give
them a trial.
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. The lens sees with you—the auto-*
graphic record remembers for
you when you
Kodak as you go
Our store is so conveniently located that it is pretty
sure to be “right on your way.” Stop off a few
minutes. The Kodak you want is here.
Preskitt’s Drug Store
Night Phone 143
When better Binders, Mowers or Rakes are Built
She International harvester 'Cempanii
Will Build Them
Repair your Implements now* Our repair stock is quite complete.
Sera hardware 'Cempanif
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Seminole County News (Seminole, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 28, 1921, newspaper, July 28, 1921; Seminole, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860119/m1/1/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.