Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, January 5, 1923 Page: 1 of 8
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A LIVE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT OF ITS PATRONS AND THE PUBLISHER’S PURSE!
ft LUTHER REGISTER, ft
F.niered as second-class matter at the postofflce at
Luther Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3.1879.
Luther, Oklahoma, Friday, January 5,1923
Chester A. Keyes. Editor and Owner
Subscription: ll i>o in Okla. Co.. St Rlsewhe
Don’t Be Fooled
ON PRICES ON
WE DO SELL CHEAPER!
A Big Shipment of
We have just received a big shipment of SHOES—
the famous I'ETERS Brand, than which there is no bet-
All the spring and summer styles are here, and we
have a shoe that will fit any of the family.
You will do well to investigate the Peters Shoe—
they are guaranteed to be all leather, and will give you
“WHBRIi YOU SAVE MONEY
1 Start the New Year
| Right! -
O ...Open a New Set of Books, o
We give quick service Pencils and Pens
on Special Orders, Inks
8 TAYLOR DRUG STORE
X LA' RUE TAYLOR, PROPRIETOR
DR BLAIR POINTS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Phone 23
HEART AND HAND SOCIAL j hold only one each month now, ac-
I cording to the vote taken at the De-
The Heart and Hand Workers met j ^en?ker meeting. It was als'o decided
Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 3, at the ia miscellaneous Easter Bazaar
fcome of Mrs. Mark Davis, who acted on March 31, 1923, the place to be
; hostess, with Mrs. Downs and Mrs. announced later.
inada as assisting hostesses. The .~n January 18th the “Workers”
meeting was called to order by the ^ ‘ meie^, ,a* .e c®urch and give
£ osident and opened by all singing *®®* fashioned house cleaning
the and all who can are asked to come
Rock of Ages,” followed by
Lord’s Prayer in unison. Roll call ®. assist m same. The business
■Was responded to by scripture verses, neing concluded the meeting adjourn-
j secretary then read our by-laws nex^ month, place to be
| few moments recess then taken to announced later.
|>ay dues. At this time a lively dis-
C .sion on our “Name” took place, as
ft is really "The Heart and Hand
Workers” and no Heart and Hand
Society. Next in order came the
$ errtary’s report by the secretary,
I -s. Canada, and the treasurer’s re-
t t by Mrs. Grace Hennessey, and
Loth reports showed the "Workers ’
tfrurting ofT the New Year with a
good bank account and a bunch of
jr ).l, lively working members.
It was decided to have a food sale
January 20, 1923, the place to be an-
no need later. All members please
t ike note of this as each member is
s pposed to donate to this sale as we
A pleasant social hour was spent
and at the close of same the hostess
served a nice course to 20 members.
The Workers are expecting to have
a very prosperous New Year and are
putting forth every effort possible in
If you are in the market for a used
car, call and see us.—ELDRIDGE
MOTOR CO., Luther, Okla.—Adver-
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown spent
? ‘nday with relatives in Edmond.
Pres*! Dr-^s -Our Hobby!
We know that drugs and medicines must be fresh
and pure to have the desired results. And that’s the
only kind you will find at this drug store.
A fine line of Druggists Sundries, consisting of Per-
fumes, Soaps, Powders, etc.
We appreciate your business.
COX’S PHARMACY LUTHER,OKLA.
Eat Well anb e Happy!
That’s what you do if you patronize the Luther
Cafe. We serve meals at meal time, or short orders at
any time, at very reasonable prices.
Try us when you are hungry.
THE LUTHER CAFE
HARRIS & CO.,
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Start the New Year Right
by purchasing your supplies at our store. Our
business has grown rapidly —there is a reason.
Careful buying and cash sales enable us to
make close prices.
VOREL’S CASH STORE.
OF A WEEK!
Items of Interest That
Have Occurred Dur-
ing Seven Days
On last Thursday afternoon Mr.
Carl Booher and Miss Bess Hennessey
drove to Chandler and were united in
marriage. From there they went to
Perkins where they spent a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lay, returning
to Luther Saturday evening.
Both the bride and the groom are
prosperous young people and well
known here, both being raised in this
They have gone to housekeeping on
the farm of the groom’s father.
ARCADIA, Jan. 3—Mr. George B.
(Dock) Edwards, who has been in a
hospital for the past year spent
Christmas with his brother M. J. Ed-
wards. He was the guest of Miss
Nadine Burks on Christmas eve, and
on Christmas day she was the guest
at his home, where she spent a very
enjoyable day with Mr. Edwards.
Gladys Dana is spending this week
in the country with her grandmother,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hughes and chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hughes and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hughes and
Eula Wadsworth ate New Year’s din-
ner at Edmond with Mr. and Mrs. Dud
Mrs. H. E. Schaffer is in the hos-
pital at Oklahoma City, where she
had one of her eyes removed. She is
reported as getting along nicely.
Mrs. Emma Wadsworth and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Zona Pruden, went to Tulsa
to spend New Years.
The Home Mission Society will give
a "Mite” social at the parsonage on
Raymond Bivert who is attending
school at Stillwater was the guest of
Eula Wadsworth, Sunday evening.
Mr. Snyder left Sunday night for
Iowa to visit his father who is 89
Mrs. Cecil Baker who spent the
Christmas holidays here with her hus-
band, left Sunday to finish her school
Mr. Walter Blackburn and Miss
Grace Asbury of this place were quiet-
ly married at Tulsa last Wednesday.
They will make their home at Tulsa.
Their many friends here wish them a
'ong and happy married life.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crabh entertained
at New Year’s dinner, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Crabb, Mrs. Frank Crabb and
Miss Edna Odor had as her guests
for New Year’s supper, Miss Nellie
Neff, Coen Neff and Vernon Collie.
Charles Hollbrook, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hollbrook, was quite
seriously hurt one day last week
Mr. F. C. Dowell and daughter Mrs.
Chas. Wadsworth and baby spent
Sunday night -and Monday with re-
latives near Rossville.
The Home Mission Society will
meet with Mrs. Armstrong, Thurs-
Mrs. Katie Sigler and children
have been having the mumps.
Miss Hazel Pierce and sister Edith
and brothers Vernon and Lee Pierce
of Oklahoma City were visiting Bess-
SUPPER AT HARRIS CAFE
On last Friday evening at 8 o’clock
i fine supper w’as enjoyed at the
Harris Cafe, it being given in honor
>f Misses Lola and Daisy Harris who
nd just returned from Kiefer. The
table was beautifully decorated in
’hristmas colors for the occasion.
’Irs. Harris assisted by Mrs. Crosby
••ranged and planned the supper.
Miss Olive Crosby acted as hostess.
Those present were, Misses Opal
Rogers, Olive, Vonnie and Catherine
Crosby, Daisy and Lola Harris, Messrs
Carl Brooks, Jack Swanson, Willie
Hayes, John Hennessey, Mr. and Mrs.
After the supper hour the crowd
attended a party at the home of Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Harris who
spent the holidays with M. W. Rogers
and family, left for their home in
Sapulpa, Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Booher and
family had as Sunday dinner guests:
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Booher, Mrs. Allan
Booher and children, Mrs. Mary Hen-
nessey, Mildred and Marie Cole, Fred
Sweazy and Roy Booher.
Mrs. R. F. Greene and son Edwin
who have been visiting relatives in
St. Petersburg, Florida, returned to
Luther last Sunday.
Dr. Blair Points assisted by Dr. G.
R. Norman, operated on Mrs. Clyde
Melton last week. She is improving
Word was received from Sapulna
last week sa’ying Mrs. A1 Fields con-
tinues to grow worse and is now un-
conscious a part of the time.
Rev. W. I. Smith and family were
in Mustang last Friday and Saturday.
Rev. Smith was the principal speaker
Friday evening at a memorial service
for Mr. Brenley who was killed just
a year ago. Judge Phelps and other
prominent speakers were also on the
Miss Elisebeth Keating will return
to Tallequah this week where she is
Miss Mildred McCorkle entertained
a few frineds last Thursday night in
honor of her house guest, Miss Ruby
Hudson, of Duval. Those present
were Jack Deal of Jones, Wheeler
Simmons of Edmond, Viclet. White,
Maurice and Irene Crum. The even-
ing was spent playing rook. Refresh-
ments were served and ail had a mer-
Geo. Hillerby of Wyoming 111., is
here visiting his cousin, Henry Hiller-
by, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph James and Dr.
and Mrs. Gerber of Oklahoma City,
Ross Lovell and family, Mr. E. J.
Canada and Miss Gladys Arthur were
Sunday guests of O. M. Cole and
W. A. Cole and Mark Davis re-|OVVNS plow SHARE
turned a few days ago from the west j C.RANDFATHBR
ern part of the state. They are still ;
in the timber business, buying walnut j (From the Jones News)
exclusively. Ed Harrell, who lives northeast of
I Jones City, was exhibiting in town a
few days ago, a part of a farm imple
The Masonic Lodge met in regular
session Tuesday night. Degree work
is announced for the next regular
meeting in two weeks.
The coroner’s jury in the case of
Frank Whiteside, colored man who
recently shot himself four miles west
of Luther, has not made its report.
Henry Hillerby has rented the resi-
dence of G. C. Vorel. The latter has
moved to the rear of his store.
Mrs. Jihn Dunham and son Dono-
von of Wellston, also Lowell Dunham
of Wellston were Sunday guests of
Jan Dunham and family.
Mrs. B. W. Fowler of Arcadia visit-
ed her daughter. Mrs. Dowell here,
last Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carl of Guthrie
are residents of Luther for a time.
Mr. Carl is a baker and employed at
the Home Bakery.
T ' st ‘r Salvage and Mabel Crossley
spent. S' nday and Monday with Lee
Crossley and f^m-ly.
Clyde E. Dowell and family were
in ' rcadia Sunday.
Henry Hillerby and family moved
into the Grover Vorel property last
The Luther Register print?
sale bills. See us if you are go-
ing* to hold a sale, and get a
Jap Dunham made a trip to Wells-
If you are in the market for a used
car, call and see us.—ELDRIDGE
MOTOR CO., Luther, Okla.—Adver-
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M. E. CHURCH NOTES
Cathrine Crosby had charge of the
League service last Sunday evening.
The Leaguers are plann ng a League-
Institute to be held the last of this
Dr. Potts preached a splendid ser-
mon Sunday morning. Quarterly
conference was held at the close of
the morning service.
The Boy Scouts assisted Rev. Smith
in some work in the church basement
"Our Pentecost” was the subject
of the interesting sermon preached
Sunday evening by Rev. Smith.
The Ladies Aid report unusual
success at the two sales and .their
food sale held last week. Thanks
to all who helped.
The Aid Society will meet with
Mrs. Elspa Seward this week.
The Epworth League Quarterlies
have arrived and we expect some
interesting lessons in the future. All
the young people are invited to at-
Rev. Smith was called to Mustang
to preach a funeral last Tuesday
The following subjects will be used
by Rev. Smith next Sunday:
"Building according to Pattern”—
"The Greatest Why of Life”—Job.
Everybody is cordially invited to
ment the like of which few of the
present generation have seen. It
was an iron share for a plow with a
wooden mould board, the kind that
was in use many years ago.
Mr. Harrell ha.- had the share many
years ago, bringing it here with him
from Indiana several years ago. It
was formerly used by his grand-
What Luther People are
E. S. Perkins and family have rent-
ed their home in Luther to Walter
Hayes and moved back to their farm.
Mrs. G. W. Eldridge spent a part
of last week with her daughters in
Mildred Seward visited relatives in
Oklahoma City, last week.
Chas. Dawson agd family have re-
turned from Wanette where they
spent the holidays.
If you want to save money on
your winters suppley of Flour see us
before buying.—Gingrich & Lovell.—
Mrs. McCowan and daughter Opal
have returned to their home at Maud
after a visit with Albert Briscoe and
Lucile Harris returned to her home
in Guthrie Monday after a week’s stay
with Opal Rogers and other friends
Mrs. Lawrence Estes, a sister of
E. R. Thompson is here from Tishi-
mingo for a short stay. She was
operated on Monday by Dr. Points for
tjj* removal of her tonsils.
Mrs. M. A. DeGroot and .grandson
Herbert visited frineds in Arcadia
Geo. Young returned from Wain-
right, Sunday night.
Misses Lola and Daisy Harris have
returned from their visit with re-
latives at Kiefer.
Mrs. Tom Huntington and neice,
Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunting-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huntington
ton and daughter Delores and Rex
Glasscock spent New Year’s eve in
Mrs. Elspa Seward visited relatives
in Oklahoma City this week.
A. B. Morrow has a had hand, the
result of knocking the skin off.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. McMinimy of
Edmond and daughter. Miss Audra,
of Sapulpa were eating New Year’s
dinner with their brother Paul and
family. Mrs. Virgie Gingrich and
children were also dinner guests the
same day of the Fesler family.
Mr. Jos. Hrdlicka has purchased a
Fordson tractor and plow from Eld-
ridge Motor Co., to be used on his
farm south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Vorel and chil-
dren were guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Vorel.*
Miss Eva Vorel who spent the
Christmas holidays with her parents
here returned to Prague, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Baker and
amily spent Sunday in Arcadia with
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kennard.
C. S. Seward made a business trip
.o the City, Wednesday.
Mrs. Karl Power returned from
Guthrie, Saturday night.
Miss Nora Rogers of Oklahoma
'ity was the g c st of I a Rue Taylor
, ' j y
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i; We Have Reached the lop
because we have, in our
modest opinion, deserv-
ed to do so. We have
never swerved in our
purpose to give the peo-
ple the very best values
for their money. As an
evidence of this state-
ment we offer you RED
See them and get prices.
Engel’s Quality Store, - Luther, Okla
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Last Thursday the following girls
enjoyed a picnic dinner in the woods:
Mary Agnes Canada, Mary Cathe-
ryne Crum, Margurite Briscoe, Doro-
thy and Ruth Wells.
School Shoes for the children,
and a full line of shoes for Men
and Women. Come in and get
our prices.—JACOB LOMAN.—
E. R. Thompson and family and
Miss Mabel Greene returned Friday
night from a visit with relatives at
Dr. R. R. Seeds and Dr. W. O.
Francisco, Dentists, of Oklahoma
('ity, will he at their office in Nichols*
Hall in Luther, each Sunday, between
the hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M.—
M- in'. M 8 Mih s Seward of Okla-
homa City spent Sunday with Mrs.
’i spa Seward.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milligan were
Sunday guests of R. K. Douglas and
Raymond Bivert returned to Still-
water Monday after u week’s vacation
spent with Clyde E. Dowell and fami-1
ly and other friends.
Mrs. Lola Baker of Arcadia was j
the guest of Mrs. Clyde E. Dowell j
one day last week.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES
The Bible School of the Christian 1
church held its regular business meet- ,
ing last week and elected the follow-
ing officers for the coming year:
Superintendent, Mrs. Clyde E. Dow-
Assistant Supt. Mr. Aaron Baker.
Cradle Roll S pt. Mrs. O. M. Cole.
Secretary-Treas. .Mr. Walter Hayes.
Assistant Sec’y-Treas. Miss May!
Wellston News: “Word was re-
ived here Wednesday of the death
of Russell Duke near Sayre, that day,
he having accidentally shot himself . .
while o .t hunting. He is a nephew UlfnF c!?*
of Mrs. Ben Shedd and spent some v-noisie
time here with his aunt and uncle a |
year or two ago. Mrs. Shedd was _ .
visiting atSayr^atrtetim^an^M, LlbPrar|lins, Mr, Kloyd Fessler »nd
Corresponding Sec’y Mrs. Virgie
Jhoister, Mr. Earnest Canada.
Pianist, Miss Opal (’ole.
Assistant Pianist, Miss Anna Laura
Shedd and son
evening for that place.”
The board of co <nty commission-
ers announce that bids will be asked
soon for $300,000 worth of hard sur-
faced roads. The roads to be com-
pleted are the Edmond road and the
During this month on
Regular GO cent Records
Iwarn QUALITY STORE
rheodo e Baker.
Press Reporter, Miss Bessie Herrin.
Assistant Reporter, Miss Violet j
Bible School will open as usual at
10 A. M., next Lords Day morning!
with plenty of pep and enthusiasm
accompanied by a spirit of worship |
and an earnest desire to please God ,
in all things. With the above named j
officers, we are expecting great good
to come from this group of worshipers
and cordially invite anyone who pre-
fers this church or who is not attend-
ing services elsewhere to come and
worship with us.
The Christian Endeavorers will
meet at 6:30 P. M., on next Lords
Day. Miss Gladys Bednar will lead
and a good meeting is assured.
Be sure to arrange your work so
that you can hear Rev. H. E. Van
Horn on Jan. 14th. Let us make the
year of 1923 the largest and best
year this church has seen and we
solicit the prayers of everyone for a
year of service and success in doing
THEY WILL ENABLE YOU TO MAKE A RECORD IN
ECONOMICAL BUYING FOR THE FAMILY TABLE.
EVERYBODY wants to get more and pay less.
That is human nature. We can not control your earning
powers, but we can and will reduce your expenditures if
you make our store your shopping center in 1923.
For a considerable time we have been devising means
of increasing business in 1923 without adding to our over-
head expenses. We have solved the problem, and are
going to SHARE THE SAVING WITH OUR CUSTOM-
That means that you will get your groceries and
foodstuffs for less than you would ordinarily have to pay
for the same articles.
SAVE WITH US IN 1923.
This fact, connected with the further
fact that our Groceries are rich in nutri-
ment, pure in quality and reasonable in
price, makes this store the logical place
for Luther housewives to buy their Groc-
eries. Just step to the phone, call 85 and
give us your order. It will be promptly
filled and delivered.
You can’t go wrong in buying Groc-
eries here—they must be right or we will
make it right.
25 & DISCOUNT
On All Ladies’ Coats!
J. E. HUNTINGTON, MANAGER.
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