The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1922 Page: 5 of 8
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svmv SCHOOL news
Remember the Carnival Mon-
day night, October 30th. Every
body come and bring someone
The aix weeks tests were given
last Friday in High School.
9 Maggie Jamison has enrolled
in the 8th grade. She will be
one of the girls’ basket ball stars.
One of the queerest things in
the world is the Siamese Twine
which will be shown at the Carn-
ival Monday, October 30th.
Carrie Burgees has returned to
school again after a short period
Eddie Jamison has enrolled in
the Primary room.
If you are in doubt as to your
wife, come and let the witch tell
your future life. Monday night
Sunday night the high school
quartet sang at the Young Peoples
Meeting, which was appreciated
John Botts has quit school.
The 8th grade girls entertain
ed the 8th grade boys Friday nite
at the home of Christene Cun-
ningham from 8:00 to 10:30 A
good time was had by all.
Now, listen folks, don’t for-
get the Carnival, Monday night,
Pat Toliver ate some "Rat
Snap” by mistake Sunday.
On Trades Day, November 15,
the Annual Poultry show will be
held at the community building.
The various classes are very
busy preparing their booths for
the big Carnival. Don’t forget
it as the school children are ex-
New suits for the girls’ and
boys’ basket ball teams have
The Gym ceiling and lights are
fixed by now and basket ball
practice will start "in earnest”
Prospects are bright for two
winning basket ball teams.
Mr. Myers is busy arranging
the basket ball schedule for the
season of 1922—23.
Mr. Owen Baker was in town
Saturday visiting friends.
A contest ison between the 7th
and 8th grades for the one having
the higher average at the end of
the second month of school. The
grade having the lower average
The Queerville’aQuaint Quartet
will entertain the night of the
Carnival wilh songs, dances and
snappy stories. October 30th.
The Operetta will be held some
time near November 15.
The Home Economic girls are
preparing posters for the first
number of the Lyceum course,
which will be givenby the Frazier
Concert Co., November 9.,
The Home Economic girls went
into the Laboratory Monday for
their first cooking lesson of the
Some of the strongest basket
ball teams of this section of the
state will be seen on the Supply
Court this season. Don’t forget
to come and "Rah” for the home
Miss Clella Root was elected
Captain of the girls’ basket ball
Oh. Mel Yum, Yum, Yum!
Just think of the pop corn to be
served the night of the Carnival,
October 30; h.
Some people think
I’m not much of a poet,
Well, probably I don’tshow it
But this much I’ll say,
The Carnival, October 30th
Will be gay.
Everybody! Don’t forget to
remember the Carnival, Monday
night. October 30th.
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-of the Farm,
by the Farmers
'\T EARS ago in an editorial setting forth its policy. The Oklahoma Fanner said: The first
I business of this paper is to help its readers to raise more crops, end to get more money for
them. To do this it is necessary that men who know farming in Oklahoma from it3 bogmn.rg
spend ail of their time working for and with the folks in the daily life of farming m Oklahoma.
This policy has been followed closely by the men behind The Oklahoma Tarmor—Arthur
Capper, publisher; John Fields, editor and George Bishop, associate editor.
Of the Farmers
Farming is the life and business of th#
IT,.COO subscribera of The Oklahoma Farmer,
Naturally every page of this paper must be “of
the farmers” in order to command the Interest of
readers. For more than a quarter of a century
it has recorded the uns and downs of the farmer
in Oklahoma; it has advised with him sad offered
counsel and assistance obtained through the ex-
p: -imee of others; it ha* gloried in his triumph*
ar.d hos tried to be sympathetic end helpful whoa
days were dark.
By the Farmers <
The Oklahoma Farmer is written and edited
by farmers. The interest of John ficl .a la^t^’.e
furmers of Oklahoma is not of recent origin
Com in? to Oklahoma 26 years ago, he has bee*
working for and wi*h the farmers of the state
ever since. For seven years he was director of
the experiment station at Oklahoma A. & M. CoW
le-e. For 23 years he has been editor of The
George Bishop, associate editor, was born on
• farm in Texas. Ho sport fifteen years in a
4u r-oat on the plains of Oklahoma. Now he hut
• GdO-acre farm near Cordell, Olda. IIo plows by
4?.y and edits by night. His articles on farming
•re practical and helpfuL
Other associate editors live on their own
fttrrr* in this state and write from practical ex-
rier.ce so It may he said in trut i that The
Oklahoma Farmer is “by the farmer.”
For the Farmers
Loyalty to the folks it serves has ever been
Via first consideration of this p-per. It has fa-
vored the organization of ell farmers for coopera-
tive marketing; laws to prevent pr ce gouging and
•rofiteering; abolition of gambling in all farm
•roducts; active aupport of the Farm Bloc in
Congress; tha snppo-t of any and all moar’-res
designed to give the farme-s a sq-a-o deal. It is
•fag the farmers” first, last and all the time.
A. C. Hartenbow«T
Associate Editors Living In Oklahoma
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ter frrm condition, lo O’ I noma. \.J
can count on my aupport.
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Anderson, L. A. The Supply Republican (Supply, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1922, newspaper, October 19, 1922; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951780/m1/5/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.