Oklahoma State Register (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1922 Page: 5 of 8
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OKLAHOMA STATE REGISTER
"The Peoples Store"
ALL AT PRICES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY
"The Peoples Slore"
Opposite Kress GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA
CIVIL IV Vl( VETK1U.N
J. H. BAKTLKTT DKAII
DIES l\ WICHITA
At a meeting with President Lintz,
a committee of the Chamber of Com-
merce composed of Hoy Axteil, Fred
Green, Will Patterson and (.'has. Al-
len it was planned to decorate the
city regularly every time a conven- i
tion is held in the city. It is their
opinion that nothing so sets off a city
to the liking of vsitors as the well
decorated business streets and houses.
Fedeartion Woman's clubs No. 3 !
met with Mrs. M. H. Tribble Thursday
Reports of the Federation meeting at
Seward were given by Mrs. Oscar
Walter. Plana to help entertain Ok-
lahoma county in May were discussed, j
A party was planned for April ♦ th at !
the home of Mrs. H. E. Steins, for the
new jnembers and prospective mem- j
hers to club 110 \i. A pie supper was 1
planed and program arranged for
Green Mound church 011 Saturday eve-
ning March 2S to which every one is
invited. A club dinner in the near
future is planned at the home of Geo.
House, near Pleasant Valley. Mrs.
Jessie Pollock was voted an honorary
member of Club No. 3.
1-ist Sunday afternoon a band was
heard playing coining east on Oklaho-
ma Avenue, l^azy, indoor persons be-
gan to step out thinking a ministrei
show was in town. It was, instead,
Prof. W. J. Nopper's 38 piece boy and
girl scout band, that pleasantly awoke
the else silent echoes of the Sabbath
COATS RESF.MBLE CAPES
UK \ TII OF MRS SIMON IlKMH R
Mrs. Alice Bender, wife of Simon
Bender, died Sunday after a long ill- 1
j ness and was buried Tuesday in Sum-
mit View cemetery. The funeral took
place at 2:30 in the afternoon at the
( hristian church, Rev. J. \N. Kilborn
conducting the services. The church
was crowded with friends of the de
ceased, the choir sang sweet music 01
special selection and the minister paid
; u glowing tribute to the virtues of the
noble woman, as a christian woman,
wife and mother. Numerous floral
I offerings attested the love in which
the deceased was held.
I The following children attended the
funeral: Mrs. R. S. Landon of Hous
ton, Texas; Mrs. S. F. Hunt. Okemah. I
Oklahoma; Mrs. C. H. Austin, Mounds.
Illinois; Mr E. E. Bender. Oklahoma j
City, Mr. David Bender. Rupert, |
i tfdaho, and the iMisfies 1-tura >and
I lA'tha Bender, Guthrie.
The deceased was C4 years old at
! the time of her death and was an j
active member of the Christian ,
. > umz
- ~T yjmr;
J. H. Bartlett, civil war veteran, j The wife of Col. W. H. Hornaday
pioneer settler of Guthrie, died in i died in a rospital in Wichita, Kansas
Fort Smith and was buried in Guthrie 1 Sunday morning. Col. Hornaday went
Thursday afternoon. The funeral was ' to Wichita to attend the funeral. Sev-
under the auspices of the G. A. H. and | eral sons by a former marriage, all
took place from C. C. Clothiers un- 1 prominent business men of Oklaho-
dertaking parlors. I ma City, helped Col. Hornaday in the
The deceased would have been 85 , fnueral arrangement.
years old next July. Mrs. Tom Smith, I Mrs. Hornaday had been an invilid
a daughter, and Mr. Smith, conductor for many years and was 76 years old
on the Fort Smith and Western at I at the time of her death.
whose house be died, both accompan- j
East Guthrie Union was delightful en-
tertained at the home of Mrs. M. E.
Ball, 724 North Elm, Saturday after-
noon. Mrs. Ball opened her beauti-
ful home for a good citizenship meet-
ing of the East Guthrie Union. There
was a large attendance and an ex- (
cellent program had been arranged for 1
the occasion, with Mrs. N. M. Carter
as leader. Mrs. L. J. Parker, acting
president, presided and conducted de-
motions; Mrs. C. C. Ford tied tfie
One must look twice
spring wrap to determine whether It
Is a cape, pure and simple, or a more
complex wrap. The more like a cape
It looks the better Its chances of win-
ning approval from the fashionables.
The cape has always stood women in
good stead, nevertheless It will not
hold her allegiance season after sea-
son without modifications, and we
have them In the cape-wrap.
For general wear the spring offers,
among others, the graceful wrap
shown here. It Is made of trlcntlne
and has a large collar trimmed with
applied loops of silk braid. At the
back, loose, pendant panels of the cloth
are finished with silk cords ending In
slender tassels. Something between a I
sleeve and a silt st each side of the ! The Lions at their last
front allows freedom for the hands 1 at the lone Hotel had before them
and arms. Altogether this is n smart Fred Lintz, telling his purposes in j
nn<! practlml w nip for ireiiernl wear ■ ,he work of the chamber of Commerce.
nn.1 is developed In several coating. tnrv Hornaday wa8 added to Its ;
ia.uv, publicity committee.
Mrs. Fred Green and Mrs. Arthur j
Dibbens were guests, representing j
the City federated women's clubs. Mrs. |
Green thanked the club for its offer- j
UK SMI IM.l s Ills PI U II TIM I
I Van Meter who has a peach orchard
1 west of town, says he has 800 smudge
j pots filled with oil ready for any
' peach killing conditions, and if it
will save the crop he going to go#the
i It will be a good test.
LIONS \< I
first prize. Domestic Science club, |
second prize. Cambridge club third
The State Register is in receipt of
a catalogue of the Western Aluminum
Mfg., Co., of Oakland, California, of
which Stewart McKay, former man-
ager of the Williamson Hasell and
Frasier Grocery Co., here, is
ing to entertain club members who
will be in attendance at the state
meeting of federated clubs in April,
I with a banquet.
| Dr. Gearheart of Wichita, a guest
vice of Dr. Hill spoke to the club on the
ied the remains
Also G. H. Bartlett,
COLORED AMERICAN LEGION
Tuesday evening in the Chamber of
Commerce room the colored soldiers
of the late war organized the Ameri-
can Post. The following officers were
Post commander, Henry Chadwick;
Vice-commander, Frank Smith; Adj-
Secretarv, Frank Cassius; Finance
officer, Mercer Terrell; Chaplain,
Chas. Beautford; Historian, Clifford
Johnson; Sgt. at Arms, Archie Ham-
There were nearly fifty soldiers
present. Mercer Terrell presided. The
boys discussed thoroughly the needs
of such an organization. Several Le
iBron Post boys were present.
The next meeting will be next Tues-
MAKSIIAIX UKII.N ARK I The lit. Kev. Theodore Payne Thur-
BASKETBALL CII43IPIONS ston, D. D., Bishop of Oklahoma, made
a vistation at Trinity Episcopal church
The State Register has the following n. e, Corner of Broad and Noble
elter from Marshall: ^ve. jje preached and administered
Editor State Register. | the Apostolic Rite of Confirmation.
Marshall, Okla., March 22.
LUNGARDIA is "with-out a rival'' in
ordinary or deep-seated Coughs and
Colds, difficult breathing, and for the
rfelief of Whooping Cough. The won-
derful results following its use will
astonish you and make you its life-
long friend. Your money back, if you
have ever used its equal. Danger lurks
where there is a Cough or Cold: Con-
quer it quickly with LUNGARDIA.
Safe for all ages. 60 cents and $1.20
per bottle. Manufactured by Lungar-
dia Co. Dallas, Texas.
For Sale by
LILLIE'S DRUG STORE
Also Known as
The Postoffice Drug Store
Official School Hook Depository
206 West Oklahoma Avenue
Phone 61. Guthrie, Okla.
I saw in your paper "Wonder If
they Did," telling about a fine bunch
of Marshall girls, who stopped at
Guthrie waiting for a train to take
them to Stillwater.
In reply I want to say "They Did "
They were going to the state basket
ball tournament and not to play ten-
nis as stated. The girls you saw that
day are Oklahoma girls basketball
champions. Besides winning the state
tournament, they won the cup at the
District Touranment held at Enid.
MRS. EMMA KERR.
P. S. Friday night Marshall is go
ing to give a reception for the girls
and invites you to come up and eat
ice cream and cake with the champ-
S. Bronson of
El Reno, Here
Several societies and clubs cele-
brated St. Patricks day. Among them
was an entertainment given by Alter
Society of the Catholic church by Mrs.
iM. Cassidy and Mrs. Frank Fitzpatrick
in the basement of the church. There
were over one hundred guests pre-
Misses Emma Burst, Agnes Burst,
Blanche Bennett, Opal Johnson, Lille
Johonson, Ivy Daniels, Esther Gris-
wcld. Lenoa I^angenning, May Mc-
Goldrlck, Mabel Ropp, Jaunita Ritter-
busch and Mrs. P. I). Fielding, mem-
bers of the Tau Pi Mu club, gave one
of the most delightful affairs of the
season. Friday evening at the Elks
Club rooms which were artistically
decorated with appropriate colors and
emblems for the occasion, in honor of
St. Patricks day.
Vivian Parham entertained about HO
president and secretary. The com
pany has a large factory and manufac- ,
tures the pure aluminum Mission I
Ware. Mr. McKay writes that the
company is doing good business, that j
the two girls Georgie and Ruth are
young ladies now and that Georgie j
is attending the University of Cali-
fornia and that many old Oklahomans
are out there enjoying the climate. |
: Everything suggestive of St. Pa-
trick's was, used in decorating the
spacious suburban home of Mrs. J.
B. Klink and Mrs. Will Blake were
hostesse to the W. F. C. Division 2
at an all day meeting. At one o'clock
a delicious dinner was served, cafe-
teria style, to thirty-three members
and five guests. After a business
meeting, in which the club pledged
to raie $25 to help defray the ezpenses
of entertaining the District Federation I
of Farm Women's clubs in May, a , Chas
most iintieresting program was given. I
| needs of additional facilities at the
Methodist hospital in Guthrie. Mr.
Gearheart is at the beside of his sis-
ter Mrs. M. Kuehler who is serious-
ly ill with the flu at the Methodist
E. Cook reported progress on the
high school building and ashed for
further time for the committee.
Ed Vaught, of Oklahoma City, was
endorsed for international president
of the Lions.
j Tanton Allen and Hobart Cross,
eighth grade boys were guests Vof
Lions I.ockwood and Brown.
1 I. N. Smithson, who at a prior meet-
ing won a lady's silk hose, put them
, up for a vote again, and Uon
Dwinnell won them. He barred F. H.
Hansford. Featheringill on account of
being bachelors and would have no
need for them.
THEY'RE all here — the two
buttons, the three buttons, four
buttons—the new sport models.
Styles have changed quite a bit this
Spring—especially the young men's—
they're better than ever.
Prices are lower, too, and that's good
news because you know the quality of
Society Brand Clothes never changes.
$30 to $45
$25 $30 $35 $40
Gardner & Soehl
The Store of Dcpendabiliy.
LINTZ Hll.l, TIH CITY AU IKEMNU
II Mil) TO IICNT CP
TAOS OK STOLEN C.VItS
The sales campaign of the ladies 01
the federated clubs at the Lintz storf?
closed last Friday night. During the
three days the ladies managed to clear
over a hundred dollars and the inci-
Continned from page 1.)
Join the Chamber of Commerce.
Pay up your back dues.
Promise yourself that you will work
that when you are assigned to a com-
mittee you'll do more than your part.
Chas. Olson had Judge Smith ap- j jf you'll do this, it won't be necc
but has not yet taken charge. Fred greatest 0f ^1] rewards-
of her schoolmates and friends at her dent 8tronK1>' demonstrated that what Green j8 appointed as attorney of the grea(er than any other kind of pay— from the department whenever
E. S. Brownson, editor of the El
Reno American and Secretary State
Pres Association, stopped in Gct.hrk
Thursday, on his way to Stillwater.
He is paying a visit to the Agricul-
I There are now 288 aged preachers
j on the ministerial relief roll of the
United Christian Missionary Society.
Evangelist P. C. NELSON
CITY HALL AUDITORIUM
Beginning Sunday Night, March 26
Services at 2:30 and 7:45 Daily.
A Full Gospel Message Everyone Welcome
home with a party at which St. Pa-
trick's suggestions were carried out.
The guests were attired in comical
dress and honors went to Mary Ellen
Lockwood ap "Christinne from
Sweden," and Clarence Cullison as
Tom Mix, Jr.
George Gaffney has built an addi-
tion to his filling station on the cor-
ner of Harrison and First, which will
be used as a tire repair department. [
'The building is of red brick and
; faces First street.
The P. E. O. Sisterhood met at the
home of Mrs. J. C. Lesh and plans j
were completed for the organization
of another Chapter of the Sisterhood
in Guthrie in the near future. Mem- .
bers of this chapter will be the teach-
ers and young business women. The
program for the afternoon was a
round table discussion on Ireland led
by Mrs. Ralph Davis, who gave a |
the women can do when they try.
In the W. C. T. t\ oratorical Demo-
rest's Silver Medal contest, held Fri-
day evening at the west side M.
church, the medal was awarded to
Contestant No. 1 Miss Edna Kidwell,
whose subject was "The Fire." The
Judges were Professor E. G. Brown,
Miss Bertha Bishop and Mrs. Madia
A thief visited the Cullison resi-
dence, on East Warner Avenue and
took $65 and come clothing. The
family has no trace of the robber.
H. T. Dysart and wife motored to
the 101 Miller Brothers ranch last
Monday to the big Duroe hog sale.
Mr. H. T. Dysart just returned from
Wichita. Kansas where he has been
overhauling a big pipe organ for some
Grandt Redmond, office deputy
the sheriff, is of the opinion that the
state highway department should is-
sue a booklet every few months with
a numerical order oi the lags num-
bers of the automobiles of the state,
prove his bond for $10,000, as liquidat- gary (o ejeC( a new president at the bo that they could be easily traced
ing agent of the Guthrie State Bank, gjj(j of ninety days. Your reward will when the cars are stolen. Ihe sher-
iff's office gets a type written list
wants to pay for it. The last county
list cost $15. But such a list is sim-
ply haphazed, the names and num-
bers simply running as they are taken
out. In order to gel the numbers of
stolen cars the office frequently has to
I phone to the highway department, and
this costs money.
| Mr. Redmond thinks the next legis-
I lature should provide for a more ef-
' ficlent manner of detecting stolen
sketch of the history of Ireland. Mrs. TAKjr ADVANTAGT of special rates
Hahn told of the Hill of Tara after
which Mrs. Wm. Bickell sang "The
Hearts that Once Thro' Tara's Hall."
Frank Brown Wednesday bought
his restaurant on Harrison Avenue
back from Stiltse and Foster, who
have been running about ten months.
The Shakespeare club presented the
best advertisement, in the Lintz store
(advertising contest* last week, ac-
cording to the judges. The contest
was held in connection with the Lintz
per cent sale. In which more than
$100. was realized by the local fed-
' eration. The prizes awarded on the
ad contest were: Shakespeare ciu,,
Pont Say It With
"Say It With Ink"
L. N. WEI BEL, Owner
FRIDAY, MARCH 24th.
Story by Fannie Hurst.
A Paramount picture cast including
Soone Owen and Mat Moore.
Irene Castle in "French Heels"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
One of the biggest pictures tlfat
Paramount has ever made.
Wallace Reid, Montagu Love, Geo.
Fawcett, Dolores Cassinlli, Paul Mc-
Allister, Elsie Ferguson, Elliott Dex-
ter Barbara Dean, Charles Eaton,
The. story is based on the novel
Bert Lytell in
"The Right That Failed"
Miss DuPont the star in "Foolish
your reward will be the results of
The result of your labor will be
happiness and accomplihment..
FRED W. LINTZ.
*XS ESTI\GHOUSE BATTERIES"
FOR FLETCHER S
I The congregation of the church of
I Christ at Bhelbyville, 111., has been in
existence 86 years.
Acala No. 5 Growth of 1920.
One week earlier than any other variety. Good
staple. Quantity limited. Buy now.
For sale at Guthrie Seed House, Long Feed
Store, S. L. Teague Feed Store and our Oil Mill.
Guthrie Cotton Oil Co.
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Golobie, John. Oklahoma State Register (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1922, newspaper, March 23, 1922; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc88670/m1/5/?q=Nopper%27s%2058:: accessed June 1, 2023), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.