The M'Alester Guardian (McAlester, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1929 Page: 2 of 8
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THK MrAl.KSTEK Gl'AKlMAN. THCRSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1029
AL AND PERSONAL
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9 covered dish
1 the afternoon
rn. Viola West,
■s. Kate Cornell
ira Ronatt Mr
K C. Willis,
and Mrs. Te
this city n Saturday. November It!
in the study of the Northside Hap
tist Church with the I'astor, Rev. H.
F. Bland, reading the marriage vows.
The young people were accompa
nied by a merry party of friends
who escorted the couple home im
i mediately following the ceremony.
Miss Dorothy Beaty
> December Bridt
Formal announcement was made
j last week of the approaching wed
, ding of Miss Dorothy Beaty to Mr.
Charles Mitchell, prominent young
j lawyer of Tupelo. Mississippi which
will b° celebrated on December 10th
at the Presbyterian Church in this
| Miss Beaty who is a talented sing
! er was reared in McAlester and is
the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. K.
Beaty, pioneer residents here.
Mrs. E. Agnes Eldred of this city.
Associate Grand Matron, Oklahoma
Eastern Star left Monday for Little
Kock, Ark. where she is attending
the session of the Grand Chapter in
that state. She was accompanied on
the trip by Mrs. Pearl Coo>k of Semi
nole, Mrs. Lela Boles of Cleveland
and Mrs Armstrong of Sapulpa- all
officers of the Oklahoma Grand
Chapter. The ladies have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred over
last week end.
Mrs. W. A. Treadwell returned to
her home in Oklahoma City Tues
day after a month's visit here in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hum
phrey and other friends.
nother of .I"hn
/ K. McGowun
"for lios Angc
. she plans to
th her son and
A. D. Cowling.
rture this week,
m Circle Three
ier is chairman
party when the
Miss Roslyn Lynn who has been
living in Washington D. C., for sev-
eral years, arrived her*' Saturday
for a visit with her parents. Mr. and
M rs. J. A I.ynn, at their home- 526
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Mrs. Paul Owens- Mrs. Thomas
Crosley, Mrs. John Dobbins and
daughter Miss Sarah Margaret, and
Mrs. Ted Harkins motored to Musko
gee last Friday evening where the
party attended the wedding of Miss
Ruby Withers and Mr. Albert Hynes
which was celebrated in the home of
the bride's parents who are former
residents of this city Mr. and Mrs.
Hynes will reside in Muskogee where
the groom is engaged in the practice
re received here
vn Pearle Black
ith which event
. 1st, in the
jarents. Mr. and
ired in this city
from the Mc
n 1923- and lat
ition at thr Uni
is now a resi
where the young
following a brief
The ladies of the missionary so
Ciety were hostesses for the oc
W. B. Rayburn. <>23 East Wyan
dotte and his son .Robert who have
been ill in their home are reported to
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Eubanks of In
dianola transacted business in the
city Wednesday of this week.
themums in var
d the home Tues
and Mrs. 1!.
mbers of Circle 2
enjoyed a very
e. The occasion
rtesy to Mrs. W.
n and loved as
ptist Church" of
Tuesday for her
Citv after a visit
rs was presented
ior- Forty three
of the Baptist
f the Northside
evening with a
parlors of the
t to Rev and Mrs
■ the new presid
listrict. Rev. J. < .
rrv. l'rof. I- F.
of an entertain
the evening and
the heads of the
i of the Sunday
Miss Mary Jo Smith, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith of this
city- who is attending Crescent Col
lege for Girls at Eureka Springs,
Ark.- was recently elected Music
Editor of the College Annual. In
addition to her duties as Director
of her department, Miss Smith is
serving as assistant in the violin de
Mrs. John O'Neal and Mrs. El
mer T. Harbour of Muskogee have
returned home after a visit here in
! the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Kerr.
Mrs. Irene Coupe of Haileyville
underwent a successful operation at
Albert Pike Hospital last Saturday.
R. M. Duncan is still confined to
his home with illness. His son Cecil
Duncan i patient in a hospital in
Muskop where he is suffering from
rheum i jm.
Mi and Mrs. C. L. Hefley spent
Tue' ijy in Holdenvlle the guests of
Mr and Mrs. Frank Davis- Sr.
Mrs A. J. Banks was called to Ok
lahoma City last week on account of
the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Paul
Mrs George Keiser returned home
Saturday from a very pleasant visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Moss Patterson
and other friends in Oklahoma City.
Miss Geneva Vilott returned home
Sunday from Tyler, Texas where
she took a six weeks' course in the
Simplex Tnvining' School of the
Mrs. Mary Collier has returned to
her home at 707 East Deleware af
ter seveal weeks stay at Alliert Pike
, IHospital where she was confined
following injuries received from a 1
severe fall. She is said to be re j
Mrs. Pat Birdsong and two child
ren of Durant arrived Tuesday for
a visit with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Harrison.
Mr. and Mrs. James Arnote re
turned this week from Mercer. Mo.,
where they were called ten days ago
on account of the death of Mrs. Ar-
note's brother, Walter F. Rock. Fol
lowing the funeral services, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnote went to Denver where
they ttrajnsnctdd business matters.
i Their son, Walter remained in Den
j ver for a longer stay.
i Jamie Lou Emery, small daughter
i of Mr. and Mrs. I.um Emery is re
.ported to be quite ill this week with
lk-rt HeatHcock, Mrs. Ada Brown-
Mrs. McClellan Wlilson, Mrs. W. H.
Thompsoon and Mrs. George Taylor.
James Roscoe is the name of the
little son who arrived in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Beasley. Nov-
Mrs. D. A. Derichsweiler of the
northside is recovering from a ton
Mrs. I. L. Holbrook, 516 East
Smith Avenue who has been confin-
ed to her hom ewith pneumonia for
several weeks is reported to be much
better and is able to sit up a few
hours every day.
C. B. LeRaron is making some im-
provements on his property in the
Fourth Ward at 520 West Grand.
Announcement is made of the arri^
val of a fine baby son in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Minyard on
Saturday November 17th.
Mrs. V. Herbert Smith of Tulsa is
the houseguest of her parents Mr.
and Mrs R. C. Nelson, North C.
Street. Mrs. Smith and her mother
were among the group of Eastern
Star members who attended the Su
preme Assembly of the Order of the
Rainbow, held at Memphis, Tenn, last^
week. - *1
NOW THEY ARE BLAMING
SNAKES ON JACK FORK
Says The Wilburton Democrat:
Arthur Adams of Sardis writes the
News Democrat a thrilling account
of a snake find in the Jack Fork
mountains a few days ago. Messrs.
Brown of Clayton- Hollingsworth of
Russellville. Ark., and John P. and
Wilburn Adams of Sardis, were out
locating some land when the party
walked right into a rattlesnake den.
One of the big ones male a pass at
one of the Adams and when he jumped
out~of the way the"" entire colony
of snakes became freightened and
made for their den from every di
reetion. Three of the snakes were
killed. One, Adams says, had six
teen rattlers, another 19 and the
third boasted of 23. The latter snake
measured six feet and eleven inches,
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Mrs. Will Craig has returned to
the city after an extended stay with
relatives in Kentucky and Tennessee.
Miss Sarah Jones formerly head
saleslady at the Grand Leader now
has a similar position with Goldberg
A little daughter arrived in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gran
tham, Fifth and Short Avenue- north
side, on November 18th.
6 6 6
Is a prest ■ ption foi
COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE.
BILLIOUS FEVER AND MALARIA.
It is the most speedy remedy known
B ENNETT 'S
CAFE 305 SOUTH MAIN
The Best in The City
With our price dropping at the rate
of $100 per week as per our ad of two weeks
ago, our Press Allen 20 acres is priced at
$1800 this week, and our Down Hill Farm
of 140 acres is priced at $1800. These farms
must sell before liquidation closes. Both are
well equipped and would make a good home
or good investment for anyone- Their loan
value should be more than we a'k for them.
Next week the price will be $1700 and the
week following it will be $1600. 6 prospective
purchasers are sitting on the side line wait-
ing for the price to drop within the range
of their pocket book. Only one will get a
place, and five will wait too long. First
come, first served. No options given. Don't
wait too long- These are bargains that only
a busted bank can offer.
The McAester Trust Co.
10 E.Cherokee. Cambron Bldg
T^hirty eight guests participated
| in the party given Monday night at
the Baptist Church when the elder
ly men and w i len of the congrega
I tion was spec guests. A musical
program, games and contests was
enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were
served by Mrs. J. T. Godfrey. Mrs. G
W Pendleton, Mrs. J II Sawyer Mr<
The FARMALL At The F°wer End of The Belt
made of the mar
a Williams and Mr
t>oth of Pittsburg
was celebrated in
CORRECT STANDING OF CONTEST AT
CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOV. 19th. 1929
Timet at re-
You can U
>. Only once a
is bargain otfer.
.tures that have
.• s leading
:: v.rh >-.i it.
n't want to miss
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?tion '■ r liW
jday through your
agent, your post-
r.ev.s dealer or
he Bargain Criers
ys> per year. .$.".95
ysj per year J5.H5
jer year *4.95
per year $3,115
M. E. Misenheimer
I>. A. Sims
C. F. Erickson
C. G. Turner
R. L. Martin
J. L. Crabtree
C. L. Missick
H. 11. Wilson
W. M. Green
Mattie Lou Cox
J. W. Wall is
r) GO,679 1
Mrs. Rose Rosso
Miss Capitola Graham
Miss Clotilde Irwin*
Mrs. C. J. Dial
Mrs. Flora Shores
Mrs. G. B. LeBarron
Mrs. Jimmie Bayless
Miss Edna Riser
Mrs. Henry Lewsaw
Miss Pauline Hudgens
Miss Dollie Smith
Miss Dulcie Bell
Mss Viola Messick
Miss Estel Ramsay
MMrs. W. O. Davis
Mrs. Ollie Southern
Miss Ruby Keplinger
Mrs. Joe Conway
Mrs. Joe Conway
Mrs. J. A. Farmer
Miss Antonette Petitti
Mrs Stella Stout
Mrs .Essie Stump
Miss Gladys Brewster
Miss Effie Oliver
Miss Dorothy Joseph
Mrs. J. F. Hudgens
Mrs. A. Peters
Mrs! Gilbert McFarland
Miss Edith Chisholm
Miss Lucile Gilpen
Mrs. Grace Tucker
Mrs. Paul Rutledge
Mrs. Kssie Silva
Mrs. Frank Vanderburg
Mrs. R. S. Coleman
Mrs. F H. liitzlai
Miss Millia St-apl -
Miss Darline I.e G: and
Mr*. Ebb Haile
Mrs. Shug Anderson
Mi<.- Dorothv Huiigen
Mrs. Mattie Bayle
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YoU CAN WIN! You still have 15 days, and
with closing* out prices and greater amount of
vot<. on ail merchandise, you should check
your needs. Buy fo rthe future. Insist upon
your relatives and friends to buy. Remember
we are Selling Out our entire stock and have
prices over stock to make Quick work of it. so
get busy - - and drive the Chevrolet home.
Remember it takes votes to win! So tell all
your friends to meet you at the —
203 and 205 South Main St- McAlester, Okla.
McCormick Deering FARMALL Power Means Much
At Belt Work And All Work
When you own a Farmall Tractor you can .... 1930 Terms Now Available ....
be assured you'll own the tractor that will A letter from International Harvester Co-,
authorizes us to deliver now for the fall and
meet your needs. The McCormick Deering winter breaking and belt power. A Farmall
Farm all is the all-purpose tractor that J^^or.^^^ntcrcst on note until after
makes horseless fanning possible and prac-
tical, and enables you to prodcce crops at
less cost, as well as performing all belt power p Factory
needed on the farm. It is the one tractor Freight .
that >s an instant choice of thousands of
farmers and one that has put the row.crop
farmer far in the lead of the farmer using
horses and mules.
Your feed bill alone will cost you more than
your payments on the Farmall would be. See-
the small cash payment and terms on bal-
20 percent of $897.50 .8179.50
Freight is Cash 84.00
Cash Payment $263.50
40 percent Oct. 1, 1930 $359.00
40 percent Oct. 1, 1931 ..$359.00
Interest 8 per cent after Apr. 1st
1930, Plus Finance Charge last
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