The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 310, Ed. 2 Sunday, September 6, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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SUN DAT MORNING, SKPTKMBER 6, 1914
SHAfTXKK DAILY SIKWS-HKR.UJ
" Where fylost People
avoid the rush we had last year.
Mr. Faust, superintendent of city
schools gave an Instructive talk on
the question of the short terra school
year, which faces us at the preseut
time and we ugroed to co-operate
with Mr. FauBt in keeping our boys
and girls in school and off the
Arrangements were made to assist
the school board in getting a float for
the school children for the Labor
• * •
An Auto Part)'.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Sage and
children, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Hughes
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Wells and children, and Mrs. F.
C. Collins of Bartlesville, composed
j an automobile picnlo party to Ben-
son park Monday evening, given in
honor of Mrs. Collins, who 1b the
guest of her sister; Mrs. Charles E.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Blda will be accepted up to and
including Sept. 22, 1914, for the con-
struction of a District Sewer in
When in Doubt as to
wha# it shall be for
your lunch today, read
the daily menu at
Blocks 3 and 4, Richard and Mary's pllment to Mrs. F. C. Collins of Bar
Addition to the City of Shawnee,
subject to the plane and specifica-
tions now on file in the City Clerk's
3-10t . City Clerk.
Is Al) That the
The Amoma class of the First
Baptist church entertained with a
picnic at Benson park Monday after-
noon and evening. The members ol
the Amoma class, who enjoyed the
and their guests were Mesdames
Hazel Meade, lilda Hopkins, Nellie
Pierce, Luttie Halley, Nellie Pitt-
man, Offie Lane, Thelma Ritter,
Mesdames Owenby, H. Hendrix, Mag-
gie Brown, John Larson, J. P.
Thompson, W. Rogers, A. Hankins,
We are selling Full Sugar-cured
Halley, Lane, Macftey, Ramsey, Beck-
ner, Mr. Hendrix and the children* of
several of the ladies present.
• * *
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sago entertained
at dinner Tuesday evening in com-
pliment to Mrs. F. C. Coliine of Bar-
tlesville, having as their guests Mrs.
F. C. Collins and Mr. and Mrs.
• • •
An Interesting (lass.
Up to the time of their gradua-
tion the senior class of the Shawnee
high school, '14, did many of thp
same things, studied more or less,
played a little or a great deal, had
many or few outside duties. This
fall finds them doing or about to
do many different things.
The University of Oklahoma will
have so many Shawne boys in at-
tendance that they are planning a
club house of their own to be
known as "Shawnee House." Former
Shawnee high scnool students. Ir-
ving Nunn, Dudley Jones, Kbert
Boylan, Ted Caldwell and Eugene
J'embleton, will be joined there by
graduates, '14 Julian Eckford, Wal-
lace Davidson, Charley Price, Oles
Clouse, John Boggs, Ralph Hoffman,
Raymond Evans, and C. D. Reasor.
The girl representatives of the class
at O. U. will be Elaine Boylan,
Theresa Flynn and Jean Hunt.
Claude Sales, George Ross and
Harold Witte will atten dthe A. & M.
college at Stillwater and J. W.
Adams will enter Vanderbilt Univer-
sity at* Nashville, Tenn.
The Normal students will be Marie
Rioth at the Kansas State Normal,
Phone (or an order of this.
We have everything in the fresh
meat line — Poultry and Fish.
Give us a trial for service and
122 North AiTxvfm\cPt
Broadway JLyJLLM^i fvl
Phones 108 and 109
Empria; LenaGleason at Southwest-.party Monday, the occasion
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Starkey,
whose marriage was an event at
Waterloo, la., last Monday, are
spending the first part of their wed-
ding tour in Colorado. The follow-
ing from the "Waterloo Carrier" will
be of interest to many friends and
acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. Star-I
key, formerly Miss Stella McManus,
' The marriage of Misa Stella J.
McManus to James Fred Starkey was
solemnized on Monday evening at j
the parsonage of St, Joseph's Cath-1
olic church, Rev. Wm H. Rowan of-
ficiating. Only the immediate rela-
tives of the couple were present, the
bride being attended by her sister,
Miss Genevieve McManus, and the
groom by Chas. McManus, brother
of the bride. After the ceremony th
wedding company repaired to the
home of the bride's parents on Elm
street where dinner was served.
'The bride's gown was of pink
chiffon with overdress of oriental
lace and she carried a bouquet of
white roses. Her attendant was'
gowned in white chiffon with trim-
mign of lace. Miss McManus came
to Waterloo six years ago, and for
three years she was employed in
Burch Bros, store as clerk. She left
Waterloo three years ago for Shaw-
nee, Okla., where she has since made
her home with a brother. Air. Star-
key is engaged in tho drug business
in Shawnee. Mr. and Mrs. Starkey
have gone on a wedding tour of tho
states which they plan to have ex-
tend over a year."
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of Mus- The Ladies Ma.cc.ibas spent an en
kogee have issued announcements of joyable time in their regu ar re
the birth of a daughter Wednesday, Friday afternoon. Lvcry niun KI
Sept. 2. Mrs. Myers was formerly urgently asked to attcn ic M
Miss Cecelia Tatom of Shawnee, and for the 8tate C0Inma°lt' ur®
has named the baby Katharine Louise Sept. 10, at 2 p. m. us ness
for her sister, Miss Kato Tatom, of portance will be transa< e
220 N. Harrison. j " , , „
« • , | Mrs. Stewart Hopper and Joe
Young of Brownwood, returned home
. , Friday after a visit with
It is our aim to keep constantly in the forefront of
firms in our line. We know that it is modern to
give service. We know that our patrons demand
that their work shall be turned out promptly and
that it shall be up to the most exacting standards of
laundry workmanship. If you are dissatisfied with
your present laundry, we ask a trial. We know
you will become an established customer. Use the
phone, and our wagon will call.
Our plant is modern in every particular and one
of the best equipped in the state.
Phone 61 l/p 7o iiate ftuintlru
W. T. McNULTY, Proprietor
The Yeomen gave a jolly Plunge
Miss Lillian Chandler of 621 North
Beard, went to Oklahoma City Fri-
day afternoon to visit her brother,
A. B. Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Loy returned
to Enid Friday after a visit at the
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Lady Rowena's Evening, the time for
festivity in the order.
The Missionary Society of the
South Methodist church will meet
with Mrs. J. C. Hunt, 541 North j
Beard, Tuesday afternoon at
o'clock. The Missionary Voice Les
aon will be conducted by Mrs. W
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
era State Normal, Weatherford;
Elizabeth Cobb and Elizabeth Owen
at Central State Normal, Edmond;
Anna Head at Kansas State Normal.
The teachers of the class are
Blanche Herron in state of Nevada;
Nellie Coffin, McLoud; Maymee
Brown, Seminole; Winnie Hanes,
Beulah Needham, Ethelyn Tarr,
Georgetta Ratcliff, Jewell Norman.
all in Shawnee.
Reuben Keller, the class president,
is planning to take up scientific
farming In Texas. Ruth Nichols will
move to California.
The stenographers of the class; The U. 1). C. will meet with Mrs.
are: Effie Sunderman, Conservative , G. Eakins, 304 N. Park Mon-
Loan company; May O'Connor, News- day afternoon at S o'clock
Herald office; Hazel Martin, Rock
Island office: Gladys Logson, George
K McKinnis' office.
Barnett Rowland is proving a
genius at sign painting; John Wilson
is ut work in the Shawnee Gas and
Electric company Fred Rose, the
Oscar White, Owl Drug store; Harry
Loy, Wood Produce Co
The remaining members of the
class either will remain at home or
have not yet made plans for the win-
ter: Helen Singleton, Marie Rood-
house, Grace McCarthy, Leah Pa-
ronto, Leontine Sullivan, Marie
Mansfield, Flora Bailey, QuRa David-
son, I Ida Hopkins, Anna Lee Hens-
eley, Marguerite McCaleb, Hadley
Baker, Clifford Claridy, Zophia Ku-
rera, Tolliver Boswell, Arthur Lang-
ston, Conway Zirkle, Carl Rodman,
Clifford Smith, Beulah Onstott, An-
nas Adams and Ira Downey.
Mrs. James Schofield returned to
Marshall, Mo., Friday afte ra visit
with her sister at Tecumseh.
I Mrs. R. F. Fisher and daughter,
Deaine, returned to El Reno Friday I
after stopping off here to visit Mrs.
Fannie Haw on their way home from
The Aid Society of the First Chris-
tian church will meet with Mrs.! Mrs. F. W. Sawyer went to \Mch-
James McBrian, 521 N. Aydelotte ita Friday, being called there by
sickness in the family.
Mrs. J. R. King returned to her
home in Denver Friday after a stay
with friends here.
The Mother's Club.
The Mother's club of the city met
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Payne to arrange for the Bet-
ter Babies oontest to be held three
days during the County Fair. Ar
rangements have been made to han-
dle double tho number of babies han
died last year, also to have more
rooms, and everything will be sys
tematlzed In such a manner aB to
of every kind bought and sold. We pay
the highest cash price for any kind of
Phone us each day and let us settle the question of
your tomorrows dinner. We handle everything
good to eat and make a specialty of serving our
trade with expediency and quality.
Set us know your wants and see how quick and how
well we can serve you.
Phone No. 643
Eagle Grocery Company
W. L. RABORN, Prop K. MAIN ST.
When You Need the Services
of a Tinner Just Call
LESTER'S Tin Shop
118 N. Bell
S H. LESTER, Prop
A Bank that You will Like
Union State Bank
4 Ptr-Cent Interest on Savings'Accounts.
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 310, Ed. 2 Sunday, September 6, 1914, newspaper, September 6, 1914; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92362/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.