The Texhoma Times (Texhoma, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, December 1, 1922 Page: 1 of 6
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The Texhoma Times
ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT
TEXHOMA, TEXAS COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1922
NOTES FROM TEXHOMA'3 THERE'S POWER IN USE YOUR RARGAIN EYE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS A SEA OF FACES j
— ! A merchant doesn't spend money
Oklahoma Side By Fred R. Kreiger 1 merely for the purpose of seeing his
. name in print. He is too muoh of a
Only three days of school this week. Did you ever exclude every thought business man to part with his dollars
Dec. 3-9 is Education week. Why from your mind for a few minutes at unless there is a good prospect of se-
ttiiiTonlv a few~fMt can he"driUed~in sent to the Texan for publication, tho nofc visit school at least one day. a public gathering and study a great curing B leigtimate return upon his
that only a few teet can ne drilled in ^ , n M of human faces, observing them ih- advertise
DRILLING STILL PROGRESSING I MAIN STREET WAS
SLOWLY AT ALLISON TEST j THRONGED TO SEE
j KU KLUZ PARADE
The week has past uneventful since 1
our last report of the Allison test well1 notice that there would be a
and the bit is still pounding away in Parade of the Knights of the Ku Klux
a hard lime formation, in fact so hard I KIan last Saturday night '
Do you know the American's Creed ? ' >ea of human faces, observing them investment He doesnt
color, and those in authority have not have been written
changed their belief that the well knew. The main street was thronged to memory.
will k« <1 nrill in® nnnMn. with people at nine o'clock, the hour The pupil _
at a depth of around 2940 feet set f«r the P*r«de, and all eyes were j y the piano very much and are im- interested mood to laughter, and then him
l ' , turned northward since the notice proving noticeably both in marching back to a countenance of pity. go us
a dav The formation is of a dark it did not bear the official seal, iliust
by someone who Every good citizen should commit it closely as their expressions are Is l-hat he cannot recommend be-
••haiio'ei by a great play or the ek>- caua* he knows that such an imposi-
The pupils in 'the grade building en- <;ucnce of an orator from the serious, tion upon the public would soon put
out of business. He doesn't
I turned northward since the notice proving noticeably both in marching back to a countenance of pity. gouge his customers, because he
REX SIHTH MADE GOOD
Topeka, November 24,—Rex Smith,
son of Mr. W. C. Smith of Tex-
homa, Oklahoma is pleasing the
coaches because of Che fine showing
which he is making in the pre-senaon
basketball practice, now being held at
Washburn College. Rex played two
years on the Texhoma high school
team, starring as both guard and can*
j stated they would enter from that di- and in singing.
I rection. However they did not ap-
We have made this study, and have knows they would soon go elsewhere
at thig time Wednesday
i NiHLMi i.ne* v wmi m ifiiiwi i fum uiai ti i- ■ •« . _ . w
mt j Several of the high school girls are been impressed with the dormant pow- a.,j buy for less money—and that
HUTCHINSON WELL BRINGS IN I r at njnCi amj fifteen went by, assisting the Red Cross Nurse in ex-; er that lies hidden in a great audiencej would mean an end to him.
RIG GAS LAST SUNDAY NIGHT and n0 si?ns 0f th« invisible empire, amining the grade pupils and making oi humanity. Of course, each individ- it jg reasonable to suppose, there-
I People began to talk about going home up the records for each child. face in a vast audience is not fore> that when he does advertise an
The Whittington well in Hutchin- and ^ rum0r ^ going to We are thankful for a group of beautiful, nor does each one bespeak 8rticie that article is worth having
son County came in Sunday night a be However, about nine thirty earnest teachers who put in long intellect and goodness, but the fact an(j the price is within reason. When
1,000,000 feet gasser. The gas was | ^ in tfae south thft flamjng ^ 0f hours for small pay. We are grateful remains that there is great beauty. you buy from a local merchant that
encountered 200 feet higher than any the firey cr088 could ^ 8eeni an(] an too, for a body of students who with intellect and purity or soul here just merchant's reputation for square deal
. . j n.:- knew it was coming. The Knights few exceptions are doing very satis- the same, which denotes great power ing ia behind the goods you buy. Keep
marched in silence, double file, led by factory work. We feel thankful that and grandeur. |i.;«se common sense facts in mind,
the firey cross. They carried two or the Board of Education has done so As we study a sea of human faces and use your bargain eye upon the d-
the main is- much for the improvement of condi- we are reminded of the beautiful advertising pages of this paper and
tions with so little funds available for flower gaiden which, while is has im- the merchants who use them.
them to use. We hope our gratitude mature, unsightly buds, thorny limbs j
other well and it is said this is the
first heavy gas to be found in Hutch-
The Whittington well is located on
the Sanford ranch, section 82, blqck 46
H. & T. C., survey.
three placards bearing
sues of the Klan. There were eighty-
eight white robed figures and they
G. P. MURPHY PASSED AWAY
marched to the center of main street may always include our busy Janitor and faded roses—yet, it is beautiful
SERVICES AT BAPTIST CHURCH 1 in front of the post office, where the who seems to hate dirt and to be al- the eye to behold and its fragrance j G p Murphy proprieor of the Del-
I procession halted, and an out-of-town ways busy getting it out of our rooms is sweet As we look into the faces moJiico Hoteli who wag ghot and fatal
Thursday 11.00 A. M. Thanksgiving' member made an address , setting We are grateful to our patrons who ot a great throng of humanity we are ,y wounded by Night Watchman, Jake
Sermon ! forth the things for which the Klan pay their taxes regularly, visit school more thrilled than when we look upon Kuhll( on the gtp8#ta flf Rooker ^ ^
12 M. to 1:30 P. M. Basket dinner I stood. Among his remarks he said often and do all ^ey can to help the the beautiful flower garden, for in the wening ^ November nth, died at
at Church. Everybody cordially in-, that the Klan would stand behind the children and encourage the teachers, throng we find equal beauty, plus ^ Ri(Jen Aker9 ,Mt Thu„
vited to worship with us. officers in law enforcement, and only We appreciate the fact that we have great intellect, energy, and goodness Jay evening at 11:00 0>c,0ck<
1-30 P. M. to 2.30 P. M Praise Service j when the officers failed to do their comfortable commodious buildings, of heart that ^ far surpass in power , Funeral serviceg wepe conducted by
Let everybody' Thank God for His! duty would they take things in their .equipments and books with which to anything in this world, but- | Rey Q c CantreU( pastor of the pir8t
hands, and tho they had punished work out our studies in the best way. We have ourfirst great^ ^ass^of j Chri8tian church, Saturday afternoon
at 2:00 o'clock and interment was
negroes in places, they wo :ld punish We are grateful for a free country humanity to look upon whose
rong-doing white men just as quick- and a public school system that pro- were all properly attuned to the will | made jn ^ Hooker cemetery.—Hook-
v- nrnl that t.hpv Tiad no race nreiudi- vides an education for evey one who of our Creator, each one of whom were 1 AHv._„
blessings upon them during the past
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Morning worship 11:00 A. M.
Sermon subject, "Faithfulness" Rev.
B. Y. P. U. Services 6:00 P. M
Sermoif SubjecT"In the Image o" God' ed to the comer of Second street and might prevent our school continuing present that has been
ly, and that they had no race prejudi- vides an education for evey
ces. The speakers remarks met with will work for it. We are thankful living up to what they knew was high-
applause from the vast throng which that death has not taken one of our est and best in life. As we study the
crowded around to see and hear. When number this year and that no misfor^ faces we can see so much good
he finished the line of march continu- tune has befallen the community that and so much power in the souls
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Preaching every first and
Satuiday night and Sunday.
- . suppres8' School and communion every Sunday, sary to call on the National body for
turned and marched down Main again so far without interruption. We are es ed that it causes us to think of a great ■ Welcome to 8„ MI „<! and assistance."
St. Louis, November 21st—In urg-
ing upon the people of this district the
necessity for standing squarely be-
hind the Red Cross in its Roll Call
this year, W. F. Stahl, chairman el
the Tulsa County Red Croaa Chapter
and member of the Southwestern Di-
vision Red Cross roll call Committee,
made the following statement:
"It is very vital that we have a good
return on our Sixth Annual Roll CalL
The Red Cross is doing a wonderful
peace time work not only ill over the
country but in our own district. A
great many people think of the Red
Cross only in connection with dtsao-
ters and while it is true that the or-
ganization is the first one called o*
for help in case of disaster, still nt the
same time, it is necessary that eaeh
local community contribute a certain
proportion to the needs of the Nation-
al Red Cross. This also ia vitally ne-
cessary for many times n disaster
third might occur which the local
Bible! could not handle and then it ia
We welcome you to these services.
"ONLY ONCE A STRANGER"
GAVE DRAMATIC RECITAL ^1,^'
and out of the city to the south. Every pecially grateful for a large class of furnace that has upon its grates many,
thing was orderly, and the sight of the Seniors who are trying to complete red hot embers which .would require
white masked figures spread a feeling their high school education this year only a few shovelfuls of fuel to supply |
of awe ever the crowd, and there was and to manage the first school annu- great heat. Likewise when we look
no demonstration whatever.—Dalhart al ever attempted by the Texhoma into the faces of the congregation of
High School. a church we often speculate how great
The Alumni of our school are en- a corifkglration could be started in
A splendid program was rendered' CHILD'S WELFARE CONFERENCE titled to our gratitude for their coop- the community for good and the ad-
at the High School auditorium Tires- J eration in plans for this annual and vancement of society if the proper fuel •
day night to a large audience by Miss' jjiss Kottkamp, the Red Criss o^hcr assistance they have given us were applied to those crackling em-i
Kathleen Springman and the assist- Nurse win hold a child's welfare con- this far. bers of humanity to awaken them
anoe of other local talent. | ference at the High School building We are thankful indeed that there from their religious apathy.
Kathleen is a dramatic reader of ex- -from i to 4 P. M. on Saturday Dec., 9. are so few who knock our school and
ceptional ability and her many selected j At this Conference all babies will be that those few are mainly people who TIMES> RENEWALS AND
readings more than pleased the large weighed, measured and thoroughly know little about school
and whose j
examined, and all parents are urged influence is least in the
to bring their babies for this examin- for good.
ayon | Last but not least we are grateful i
• j for a public spirited editor of The !
Times who accepts our copy late or
Tranquillity Hotel, Texhoma
Mrs. Frank Fortner, Canton, Kans.
Ray Dooley, Sanger, Calif.
E. E. Williams, Spurlock, Texas
W. D. Stilwell, Durango, Colo.
Mrs. F.ilen Gibson, Texhoma
This is to notify the public that J., THANKSGIVING SERVICE AT .
Company*11; d' ,! Thantapvins Mrviura will be h«l<l ^ool^ffaira H. S. Burn., Cry, Okla.
business transacted by J. R. Mack will at the Methodist Church next Sunday School Notes- we are richjy
not be recognized by the Company. I at 11:00 A. M. Everybody welcome If boapd ^n£, pa^ong "fJTvery The body ol Judge Stringfield of
Signed Panhandle Hide k Pro. Co.]you have something to be thankful every blegginir and ,Boise City was tiougbt to Texhoma
A. A. Johnson, Mgr. for, come and worship with us
"THE OLD RELIABLE'
THE OLDES T AND STRONGEST
STRAIGHT, SAFE, SASNE SOUND, BANKING
to be thankful board and patrons should
grateful for every blessing , ,, . . _ ...
more than ever to make our school M*nday to be Iowa' his fo1"
still more efficient in developing good;me' home for 0UrlaL
citizens—spiritually strong, intellec-
tually kee -morally straight. j E. C. Webb, our new Presiding El-
Mr. Ralph' Parsons went to Good- der was in Texhoma Monday making
well Saturday* night and refereed acquaintances. He was enroute to his
basket ball games between Goodwell j new home at Hooker.
and Spearman. The games were full —
of life, it is reported. ' ! The Cash & Carry Grocery Co., Will
Following is a list cf the pupils in give a Free Show at bhe Strand Th«a-
school who have neither been absent tie Saturday Afternoon, December 1st
nor tardy during the month: Come in and get your tickets.
FIRST GRADE I
| Irene Ferguson, Ethel Moore, Louis TEXHOMA'S MARKET
Moore, Loretta Neeley, Frances ^—
Smith, Dorothy Settles, Ruby Sharp, Secured from local dealers on Thurs-
Schelley Burrows, Anfiona Cline, Ly- day afternoon.
man Cox, Kenneth Hickman, Mancil Grain
Langford, Lester Long,. Ray Lannon, wheat - I1-18
Jack Odom, Russell Kelp, Shelby jjariey .65
Snell, Gerald Parsons, LaMarr Black- QaOts - 60
sten, Roxy Jennings, Russell Clark. ! Rye " 65
SECOND & THIRD GRADES lRed Maize ' 1.60
Roy Butterbaugh, Kenneth Cope, Whjte Maize - I-55
Geneva Criswell, Lucella Fitzgerald, p^terita - 1.55
i Travis Johnson, Ross Presnal, Homer j£afjr 1,65
Sellars, Doris Schooler, Bickford Maize Heads ..._ $24
Slack, Vira Nell Smith, Clyta Sharp, Produce
Winona Willingham, Dorine Woods,1 .42
Madge Hysell, Floyd Long, Nolan Eggg canciied .50
McWhirter, Ladenfe Ragland, Beth Heng gU .10
Sayre, Lucile mith, Hasel Smith. j qjj Raters - .04
FOURTH GRADE i Fryers all sizes 10
Blanche Alexander, Kathryn Caldwell, Hides No. 1 gren salt — .09
Hazel Ferguson, Mary Opal Lyle, I Hides No. 1 green 07
Marie Moore, Madlln Roots, Elizabeth Hides No. 1 dry flint 10
Rhoden, Claudia Rudd, Mildred Spaete Hides No. 1 dry salt >08
Marie Biahop, Samuel Hodges, Lloyd j
Long. Wright Langham, Raymond; Zanobia Criswell, Mable Shields, Ha-
McWhirter, Douglas Miles, Everett |zie Osborn, Thomas Neeley, Daisy
Rhoden,, Paul Johnson, Wilson Ruffin Danner, Amos Clark, D. E. Blacksten
Jaunita Webster, Mabel Moore. | SIXTH GRADE
FOFTH GRADE Bruce Beard, George Ferguson, Vlc-
Nadiene Hawkins, Howard Fitzgerald tor McFarland, Eugene Moore, Floyd
Hazle Berry, Verlan Home, Willie j Moore, Carl Muller, Earnest Rhoden
Fitzgerald, Thomas Fouts, Adaline Carl Young Aline Buckley, Nellie E'*
Powell, Mary Neylan, Billy Bruce.' Us, Blanche Ellis, Hazle Lee, Lurllne
Thelma Hendrickson, Nilola Seoord Mylei, Lucile Neeley, Minnie Presnel
When the customer knows his prob-
lems and requirements will have dUST
CONSIDERATION in lean as well as
Our Service Is Complete
We have furnished land
through all the tight times.
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
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