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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1928, Ada, Oklahoma                               THE ADA EVENING NEWS, ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, JGMS Miriam Smith and Clifford j Mrs. W. J. Lcep, who has been I anH rilfton Oreen have returned I in bad health for the past several SPhur vhcre they spent the years is improvin, at this .time, and end visiting Miss Smith's reeling much better. 1 en IB. and friends. Clifford and Cltf: ton :ire the twin sons of Mr. of About Central and its Summer Term Mrs. H. A. Groeii. with whom Smith is makins home while attending East Central. For city properly, see GUudd. Miss Alice Myers left this morn- Ing for Oklahoma City where, she will spend the wfek attending to business and visiting [Hands. ind Miss Almeta .s Antonio, Texas, .S Curtiss of San arrived in Ada yes- ____, -----J the corning fort- nisiht visiting relatives and friends. i Mfss Curtiss will visit relatives in Tulsa nnd points' in the northern part ot the state before returning to her home. that ok 8-16-tl Eros, civn fix tire or tubs. Phone 865. Paper shell pecan, fruit and shade tress, roses and shrubs, dug and delivered same day. Chinese and White American elms a specialty. C D Reeves Nurseryman, Byng, Okla.' __ 6-7-1 mo TSd Hunter, jr.. who is with the Cherokee Cotton Oil company ol i Fort, Smith, Ark., arrived in Ada j yesterday to visit his parents, Mr. "and Mrs. K. C. Hunter and to at- tend the cm is being held and Sulphur during the next few days. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown of Oklahoma City is visiting in Ada as guests of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leep attended the rodeo in Stonewall yesterday. Maroellos 40 cents. Phone 1052J. occasion. Tho annual Bast Central district rural conference w.as in session at the college today and representatives of the department of education' were holding conferences with various groups this morning in the interest ot promoting rural school education. Tho conference will last through tomorrow and will include a scries of conferences at which the state de- partment of education will map out its program fn reference to the rural schools of the district. County the' East1 Central district and1 John Vaughan, head of the department df-education, were the honor guests of the oc- casion, at a dinner at the Presbyter- Ian 'church. Other members of the state department were guests of the Miss Edith J. Fryo, East Central student and teacher in the Roi'f spent the week-end fi. C. Hunter and to at- j schools, spent tli rusiirrs convention which jn friends, fid at Horse Shoe ranch Will' pay 5c per pound for good Perfect Haircuts at clean. News. bite cotton rags. Ada Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Hampton visi- ted yesterday in Stonewall as guests i of Sirs. Hampton's daughter, Mrs. Bill Scrivner and Mr. Scrivner. Members of the East Central fac- ulty were hosts to the gathering. Women arc making their way into tho executive channels of education. Three of tho counties in the district represented at-the East Central rural conference here sent women county school superintendents. The women school heads are Alice Means of Holdenvlllc, Celeste Robi- Miss Jimmle Lee Lester has re- turned from Mill Creek where she spent the wci'k end visitma her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim lister, j Have your running M'ISS Lester attends school at East; placed at O'Neal's Top Central. j __ boards ro- ;hop. Phone G-lS-lm Ask for Hughes' Butter Krlsp bread, 5-6-tf Snake Andrews of Pauls Valley visited in Ada yesterday as friends. Mrs. Gus Cantor Detroit, Texas, for a few days as house guest of her parents other relatives and friends. I Cantor wilUreturn to her home here j within a few days. Miss Lucille Stroud, East Central City left yesterday for her homo I after a. weeks visit with friends Irere and at Holdenville. Miss Ella Davis left this morning for her home in Sapulpa after spend- ing the week end" in Ada visiting Miss Sara Lewis and other friends who are attending school i- at East and 1 Central State Teachers college. Mrs'' Cornelius of Earlsboro, of the Barnsdair Oil company, arrived in The Lions-Quartet Johnston, of Oklahoma; Adjutant General and the various unit commanders -of the Forty-Fifth Dfr vision have all been to attend, tho convention as the guests of Thirty-Sixth Division. the Oklahoma's contingent In the .di- vision during the World war days Is now included in the Forty-fifth Di- vision. Arrangements liave already been made to care for the Oklahoma dele- gation at, St. Mary's University, where Mr. Kendrick Is director of athletics. Accommodations, In the nature .of a tourist camp, will be pro----------------- vided at the university for working out men. Special accommodations for j the big Oklahoma groi'.p. PAGETHMT their wives will also be available: There will be places. "to park automobiles, check and. BO fortb. 2> Buildings of the university will be thrown open to the delegation and will be served at" nominal in the St. Mary's dining hall. Trans- portation will be provided by regular bus from the university-to the'down- district. Major John E. J of the. United States yeterahBl ,i >eau offices at Oklahoma. CJJy. and .Colonel'Earl .E.-Patterson, of the Ok- lahoma adjutant offiaa student, was visiting friends and at- the dance in Sulphur Satur- day ninht. Sweet Potnt-0 Slips per thousand. See me 412 Tenth. 1'hone at Ada yesterday for a few days stay attending to company business in and near Ada. Hemstitching, 322 N. Francis. silks specialty. Slogan. Miss Alta Wilson le.ft yesterday, fc.r Oklahoma City M :iere she will spend the week with her grand- parents and other relatives. She will visit other relatives in Shawnee before returnini! home. Miss Tlielma Scrivner, East Cen- tral student, has returned from Stonewall, where she spent the week end visitins IHT parents and friends. Miss Naomi Adams arrived in Ada yesterday for a few duys visit with 'friends who attend Bast Cen- tral. Herbert Antle. son of Mr. and Mrs. J IJ Antle. 705 East Fifth street, Who has been employed at the Ada Four Mill for the past twelve months has gone to Altus. where ho will be house guest of his sister, -Mrs. Burden and Mr. Burden. Mis. den is butler known in Antle, where he settled on coming-to'the new. state. Moving later to Shawnee, in Pottawatomio county, he served: throe terms in the state legislature. Eat Butter Krisp bread every meal, tiiicate from East 5-6-tf i Teachers college. H. D, Hali of Shawneo is tran- sacting business in Ada today. Mr. Hall, arrived here yesterday. For ripe plums. Phone 118J. R. J. Tripp has returned to Okla- ____ ____ hoaia City following a several days He was connected with the state business stay and visit in Ada. v' Mrs. H. A. Green, Mrs. C. A. Green and Miss Stella Brown, motored to Sulphur yesterday and visited friends and picnicked during the day, return- ing to Ada in the afternoon: Dennis A. Davis left yesterday for mer by officers of the veterans, -and sons. Sulphur and Duncan, 1b was said, bid.'for the honor entertaining Uie next re- union. The following brigade commantf- ers were elected: R. W. Stub- blefield-. Sulphur; second, T. B. Hogg, Shawnee; no. election held; fourth; J, W. Gill; Bartels- villo; Creek, Steve McDaniel, fffus- kogee; Humphreys, Hugo; Chickasaw, Sam Hargis, active; Gen. Harvey Hulen, Chick- asha, honorary for life. This honor was conferred upon General Hulen who. .was unable to be present, in recognition of his actvitiy in behalf of the'Confederate soldiers and for long service as an officer. Report I of the adjutant general shows that i Oklahoma has 74 active camps of. confederate veterans. The United Daughters of the Con- federacy's historical program under the direction of Mrs. L. AJ- Morton of Duncan, featured Thursday night program with Gov. Henry S. John- ston as the principal speaker. Mrs. George Dismukes of Chick- ______0 __._ _ asha was elected- president of the the people of Oklahoma. -1 Oklahoma division, United Daugh- He served in the convention as a ters of the Confederacy. She suc- member from Taloga, Dewey comity, ceeds'Mrs, D. Work, of Durant, who r-rtftlrtJ nniiiincr .tft'-tVlA VGilTS 3.S St3.t6 netto of Te'cumseh and Bulah Clark of Sulphur. Other county superintendents at- tending the conferences are as fol- lows: Mason Hart of Pauls Valley. Calvin Vance oC Wewolia, M. I. Stokes, of Tishomingo, E. R. Lancas- ter of Pur.cell, M. M. Morris of Ofee- mali, C. E. Harris, representing Sup- erintendent Payne of Okmulgee, E. L. Garrett, representing superintend- ent O'Neal of Coalgate and Supcrin- tcnent S. G. Heflln of Pontotoc coun- 'ty. v Miss IStell rural school sup- ervisor arid. Mrs. Dale, state librar- ian, arc also college visitors. MAX, STATIC AKFAJttS, IS DEAD OKLAHOMA Juno 1-8-. H: 0. Tener, 58, long prominent in affairs of l.he state, died at his- home here today, after an, extended- illness. Beginning <-avly to take an in- tense interest in state matters, he was made a delegate to the con- stitutional convention and in that capacity played a large part in framing the laws which now govern Central State a <-ew- days business trip following a Miss Irene Jackson left yesterday for her ?iome in Shawnee after spendins the week end visiting friends and reliitives in and near Ada. Judge and Mrs. C. O. Barton loft week end visit in Ada. Mr. Davis makes his headquarters here. Export lawn mower Call HayiR-s Hardware. Miss McAlestor, who is at- tending school at East Central this summer, has returned from a week end visit at her homo ia St-ancwall. land infant daughter of Ardmorc arc I visitina in Ada as guests of Mrs. Eng- lish's iiarents, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Will pay Sc per pound for good clean. white cotton rags. Ada News. 3-31-tf Miss Thflma King left this uiom- inu for tier home in Ardmoro after spending the past fortnight visiting in Ada and Holdenvillo a.s house guests of relatives and friends. for the "STEVENS" Smart Apparel Women" will open in July in today lor'Pauls Valley, where Judge Ernest Sloan of Oklahoma City Barton will attend court, while Mrs. I was a ,veek end visitor in Ada. Barton visits friends. j wiKley_ or Waco, Texas, ar- Mrs. Cortwright English vjved in Ada yesterday for a short business visit. Mr. and Mrs. K. Vallec of. the Valluo Cafeteria were Sulphur vis- itors yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and family motored to Sulphur yester- day and picnicked and visited during the day. They returned home last evening. in Mr. and Mrs. Cecil J. Mallory were j among the Ada folk who visited in _____ Sulphur yesterday. R. E. Hicks of Oklahoma City .spent a part of yesterday and today visiting in Ada. King.______ G V Satterficld of Oklahoma City is attending to matters of business in Ada today. .Mr. Satterlield arrived here yesterday. W Fishc-r is transacting busi- ness in Ada today. Mr. Fisher who arrived hero yesterday, resides Oklahoma City. board or health under Gov. C. N. Haskell. Tener is survived by his three sons and one daughter. wife, OKLAHOMA June. IS. temperatures will prevail over most of Oklahoma tomorrow, following unsettled weather condi- tions today and tonight, it was an- nounced at the federal weather bureau, Rain fell over- MieAatate yester- day as many sections sizzled under temperatures ranging, from' 95 to 102 degrees. Hobart and-Hollis re- ported 102 degree. Frederick and Mangum sweltered under 100 de- grees, while at Oklahoma City the thermometer registered 96. Showers yesterday fell over most northeastern sections as light raina were reported in scattered, portions or. the northwest, southwest Panhandle sections. and president. The list of new officers chosen Thursday includes: Mrs. T. F- Gorman, Bartlesville, first-vice pres- ident; Mrs. H. A. Wakefield, Tulsa, second vice president; Mrs. W. W.' Stuniph, Tulsa, third' vice president; Mrs. W. T. Templeton, Shawnee, fourth vice president; Mrs. E. J. Bray, Hcnryetta, recording secretary Mrs. 'j. C- Doup, Hugo, correspond- ing secretary; Mrs. Viola S. Bal- bin Enid, treasurer; Mrs. R. L. Phillips. Pauls Valley, registrar; -Mrs. L. A. Morton, Duncan, his- "toi-ian; Mrs. J. A. 'Swindler. Mus- kogoe, recorder of- crosses; Quincy Mitchell, Durant, custodian of flags; Mrs. M. E. Durham, Olda- New Summer Crisp and Summery Materials. For Dainty Frocks Priced As Reasonable as Anywhere Considered Flaxons and Dimities 44c yd. 36 Inches wide, sheer, cool- dainty fabrics in a, variety, of lovely figured and floral pat- terns on white grounds. Printed Organdies 95c 40 and 45-inch, o'f extra sheer crisp finish quality; every wanted dresses. Trim- mings for-summer wear. Imported: Swiss Organdy 75c yd. -n Of exquisitely sheer quality colored grounds pcrmanfint finish in a diura and large figuied and loVely-fa3t colors, floral designs. New Woven Tissues New Everfast Linen 50c yd. Crisp, cool and color fast, with 36-inch, delightful floral pat-' cording and embroidered de- terns fast colors, very popular signs. A wide variety of plaids "for sleeveless dresses, beach and checks to select Irom. 36 coats, vests, blouses, etc. inches wide'. Printed Voiles 50c yd. 36-inch, new and lovely pat- terns, for summer.- white and colored grounds with small me- homa. City, auxiliary director; -Mrs. J. A. Baker, Wewoka, parliamen- Urian; Mrs; G. B. Hester, Muskogee, chaplain, and Mrs. G. L. Bradfield, Wynnewood, state editor. building formerly occupied by the Booterie. Mr and Mrs. Arthur L. Ford of Kansas City were week end visitors in Ada. __ _ Miss Corallc Thomas left yestcr- 1 T. Rucker of Muskogee arrived yesterday and is attending to _ day for Outbrip to visit during the various r-.ffairs here today. next several days with her Miss Latidiso'lle Dean of 212 East Seventeenth street, lias gone to points in West Texas and New Mexico ELECT OFFICERS where she will spend Home time vis- parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. John- son, and 'with other relatives aud friends. Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Mabry of Hockcrvllle arc in the city looking after business matters and visiting the Norrell ana Skinner families. Miss Aridif Lou Ingram arrived. In Ada yestorday a few days visit with rflativfis and Miss Ingram resides in Semino.'e. Leo Kennedy of Broken Bow ar- rived in Ada yesterday fur a fen- days visit. Your grocer has Butter Krlap bread. 5-6-tf Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Payne left yesterday for Calveston and other points south where they will visit and attend to business for a few- weeks. Wayne A. Starky arrived in Ada yesterday for a few days business visit in and near the city. Mr. Star- key resides in Shawnee. Miss Alice Deegan of Oklahoma Smitli Ant arc in t-i .v... City returned to her home this morn- davs visit with friends and attending ing alter spending tho week end In _ f. .___ii__ rt 1VI vs. AllPTl J. H. Patton of T t. in Ada for a few 1 Jlr. anil Mrs. Smith. Ark., the Crushers Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Patton are formeii Ada resi- dents.. Mr. Patton is associated with ChocUw Cotton Oil company. Miss Lillian Gorman left this morning for a vacation trip to points l.he coming two weeks with relatives and friends. Mrs. A. L. Burns and children loft this morning for Denison, Texas, where they will visit Mrs. Burns' Kathleen, the little daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. McAnally underwent a tonsil operation at the Ada hospital today. Mrs. Lura Skinner returned yps- terdiiy from dishing whore she Hpcnt the past several days visiting hor son, John Sltluneri' Mrs. Skin- ner and family. visiting 'nor aunt. Mrs. Allen James, and family. Mr. and Mrs. James recently moved to Ada. from Shawnee. John C. McKeol and Tom Bennett, returned to Oklahoma City after spending the week end in Ada at Mr.. Smith soils furniture. 11-ZS-tl Miss Delia Openheld of Oklahoma City returned to her home this morning after spending the week- mid in Ada visiting her .sister. Mrs. T. L. King.'and family. Miss Open- hold was accompanied home by her little plocc. Miss Alma Lee King. Overtoil Black of Shawnee of tin- Phillips petroleum corporation was a business visito.' 3n Ada today. Bill Sinclair of Shawnee of thw Amonuia Oil company camo to Ada toduy for a short business visit. Will clean, NOWB. M rs. pay 5c per pound for good white cotton nigs. Ada 3-31-tf W. dny Bill Maxwell and Mrs. niotoivi) to yi-sl parents and other realtivest. They will also visit friends iu Ardmore bc- foro returning home. Miss Stella Warren of Oklahoma LIBERT? TODAY TOMORROW WEDNESDAY RALPH FORBES The that thrilled Brourt- wuy foi-'inoi-e n your has no.iv bc-eii made Into u sciven pi'oiliii-tion that is this ili'aniiitK: M-iisutioii all thin1! Never liHS J.llliiin 
                            

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