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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY. JUNE 14, 1020
railed by the Illness of her lather
Mr Hiul Mrs 1 H Butlertcll In"
returned from Oklahoma CttJ
where they upent Iho a!( iw
inonfnt with iwtit son
Mr .iiHl Mrs R Mw Of Sprinu
flrlri, MO., 0n Ihe mi"l Of Mis.
v...... niurrif Mi. fuel M t ' O
M'M v I , ,, , ,,,, ; Mhlpnmn i.nrt .-ther relatlvea, seven.)
MtM Omgh Hill viaited frtenaa In The u .. K. chapter not Mnd.i fifMiinil tni '
Tuif-u Weiinesil ,y nlht Willi Mr J. U, I.'rnluii tui Wlllnrd Wnlker. Leiile Il''rr.
M J M LO.DfOrd, Mm II M ihe l.isi meeting Of llii OQIti ltnrr and Paul riiinimer. Mine
i , , una vi Jot Armburel rheae officer arera elected: !.:. nrmhy imnti 'and iieir-n Plummei
notlt the day in Tills. Weiine.viuv. Mia. .lor. 1 letiii.n . iirr nuinl. Mis arc homp from Oklahoma BnWortltJI
.liinnue Thrift Km as hla nouaa M. 11 lAwne; seiM'tuty, Mr. I. ,lL Norman, for ihr summer vacation.
Float OrVUlo ' u..a, of Noimali I Workmen; IroMUftr, Mis Ho, Ii Mr and Mrs W liter Klefer and
ukia. MaoKar: regletrar, Mm K, k. in-Inula son of WIpMold. Kan. have
Mr, and Mrs. l n. Vltahugh tie- !. historian. Mr UuR) Allen. I boon the nurstif Mrt. Klefera pal
MltM Tliur.l.iy niomifia f,,i u ton MlartN C'alhall and Auhle Hurnoti I ,,,,, Mr and Mrs .lohn ItiiKrrs, for
1i.1V visit iih ralauvea in Forilwera (ha kihmm of Mlai Julia Hutu , li.,, .,,.,1 areata
Chesaar Uoles la homo from
aehaol at iho Claremore Mllliarji in-
Wfilh. Ti .xas.
Mm. J. II t.atnplun and thir.
aona inivoil Wednaada) night tram
llaadaraon, Ky , g join Doctor Lap
Mr. and Mrs Arint ruin of K..11
ens have airlvid'lo ipand tin- sum
Mtl In li- with Hull NBi Dr, Max
Mia. I', T i'niltn roturae.l homi
iKHinvday from oeeenvllle, Texas
Mra. t.'lHirlrs T MrAlllstrr Mill 1
talnod llltormally Thumdny after
n"on romp irnury to the teachers
In tho primary ihparimrnt of Ho
Ho-i'h MatflOdlat Sunday M hool. A
.) iirioua Ira ootiraa araa anved Ui
.Mr and Mr. Oeorga a. Imltti
rrturnad hona Thureoay morning
from Oklahoma City, while they
v 1 re the gueeta of ilomof llhod
hanvar, ohoff laadar fur IM nin
Mm. paarl Androwa and thrr,
nhlldran denartod Wadnuaday ava
11111 for tio
W in Lako, Mh
W dto stlay OVl
1 ornpllno nl.ir
Hiiuiiiii-r homo at
Taylor i-ntortalio 6
'iiliu- with an In
t tho Country c!uh
to har two duuuo-
t'ra, iirKn ami I ihy Tin guM
iKt Incladcd in, Lafalotta and
llark Kriura olulia of Tulaa, rhap-
arond by Mr. and Mra, O, H, ioon.
ard, and a ft loi al guoata. Dm
lo r was larvad at 7 o'eiooh nd lh
ramalndor of tho pvonlng waa ipcni
in baUtlnifi boating ami danolng
Mrs. Taylor t:o aahlated by Mr and
Mis. R II. Vtw r, Mr. anil Mi. I.
It fltahugh and Mra Uurch Bur
natt Mrs. r. .1. ruuison and aon. DfoK
of forth Worth. ToxttH, ara visuintf
f rion da hero
rfarboM Baaaatl ramo in v. 1
dav BtOrblng for a visit with Ida
Tijnthor an t slstir. Mrs Mabal Ha.--
nit, and Clulra Baaaatt.
Mi-rwyn Croaton who haa horn
nttonrilng tho atata imlvorsliy :n
Norman has rotiirnod homo for tho
aUmmi r holidays.
I in 1 olsa hull. lay.
' Mia. floor. Kakln ,
Huno 0 'nun a vtntl
In CnaitUtO. Kan
lllagaa Halfcn Murphy frag
gui 1 of Mlaa gopnta supp!i
I 1 na Sunday
Mr, and Mis K, K Amsdoll lift
Monday ipon an oMiland top to
iiuffalo, ft, X.
Mis. Ti d M 1 si ho of ('handler.
Okla . Is Waiting hi ro at tho hono
of hor aMtar, Mra, K D Kroiman
Mis. 11. m kuamui and daugtMar,
Maria, lan Monday for nounaatai
Minn., Where hotii will take tnat
lirnl from M.'Mo Krot In is
Mis-. A OO luii'iSn ot Noodoaha
Kail,, arrived Sunday ovi'iilng to
m.-ii 111 1 brother and wifa, Mr. and
Mis .1 m Britialn,
Mm. J. N. Nalaon of Portland, Ky ,
is Hip kiiom of lor brothar and wlfi-.'
M. and Mis HOMT Knight.
Lee Hill. Who apont tho wlnlor
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. ; 01 , 1 1 1 1 ins iiiiiii. .11 1 r.- 11 ' . r w 1 -
1 1 oil il'iinrtrd Monday moiiiins for
Ids homo- In I'aithago, Mo,
Mr dud Mrs J. V Murphy and
two children, lulia and Oalharllia,
motored to Xulaa Monday and, wara
iho ruaata of w. K. heppanl and
Mis g A. Broadway left Monday
r.lghl for I u i roll , Mloh to ir.aKe her
Mr and Mrs Charbtt lU-rrs and
daughter, Ruth. Mrs Hell ijoas and
"ui ind Mrs Robert Kllngcr r
turnad homo Wadnaaday from an
OVtrKnd trip to Indlan'ipolU. Ind .
Whera thov went to attend the raros
Mlaa Helen Taylor wont to TuV
Tueaday, where the waa a guost at
iho danoo glvon nl the Country club
by .ludcr and Mrs Klnla F. Itlddlo
oornpllmentary to Oovarnor and Mrs
J, B. A. Robartaon and ton. Brooaa,
and daughtar olive.
I li MoOufre l home from Trln-
' 'ty oolli-K'- at Sioux City, Iowa, to
ipend 'ho summer varjillnji period
' with hlajnothar, Mrs. Wlnlirad Mc
Dr. an.! Mra. W S Woldi and iivn 1
oiughlt" s. Margaret and Martha,
arrived Wodnt aday morning from
Warwood, w Vi . for a visit witb
the forinor'a sister. Mm John
Fiippes, and family.
Mra R. L. (in ill, or. Mrs John
Watson :iud Mrs v. I. Mfllar want
to Oklahoma Olty VVedneaday to at
tend the uniy Sunday ftervtcei
Misars Margurlte fhllllpa tnd
Kr.inees Cheahlre, who have 1
attending Monttceilo nemlnary at
flodfrty, 111., have returned hono
for the summer
Mrs m h Downa entertained tin
Tuesday i'1iih this wi i k with a I
o'clock luncheon at the rttrve)
house follower) py an afternoon of
1 arils Top score was reached by Mis
K ft. I'nger. Alde from the club
members there were no guests The
next meeting will he held In two
works with Mr. Clark T. JennlaLt
Mrs Charles V. Flaer waa hOOtOM
Tuesday to tfie Figure Tight club,
which had an altondanee of arven
marnban and theae three gueata,
Mis. Jessie Qrall and Mrs H M
Moore of Wtm Virginia and Mrs
Klsh. mother of the hostesa. Mrs. II.
I.. May was taken-in a a new no ni
ber A delict ius Ice rourso was
Mra. J. J. Ivatham bna returned
from a two weeks' l isp with her pir
nta at Mant-urn. Okla. '
Mr. and Mrs K B. Heed of South'
Oak street returned home Mrm1l.1v
from Stillwater, where she viatteil
Mra. Kred Tavlnr and. Infant
daughter. Helen Lugona of Atchison.
Kan., are visiting the foimers
tagfer. W, 11 Krelaalmeyer.
Rll an.i Mrs II. Lyon of F'aol..
Kan, have returned to their, h one
after a week's visit with thlr
nephew and wife. M.-. and Mm.
Mr. D. L Wl'son and three
daughter of FayottevHIa, Ark., aie
tin- guests of the former's b, other.
Walter Strain of Last Palrvlew ave
nue. Mis Mlnrlo. O raghy loft Tuos
day morning for Norman, Okla, to
attend the tdjnm tr aohool,
Mr Prnnk Dr Jroat of Monint.
Mo,, visited at ih home of Mra R
L. Oardnar the f,rsi of ti e k
E. E. O'Brien o7 Kallna. K'an .
came i:i Monday night for n Villi
with btl . . and mint. Mr. and
Mra A n Hiv-ii.
Mm (Theater Elliott
the rollyanna club Mordiv aftei
noon complimentary of Ml? spen
cer. Tho dining room where
luncheon waa oerved at the close of
an Infoimai afternoon, was pretttl)
decorated wilh sweetpenji. which
ware alao piven a guesl f!o,.r
P'aas were made for a club picnic
the last week III June. elnjUng tile
D. A. Johnson of Tulsa spent Mon
day in.i Tuaaday In the city.
The Bethany claas of th.- Mehodlst
Kpiacopal Sunday chool was pldaa
antlv entertained Monday evening by
Mrs J I LewW. assisted by Mra. C.
A. Wade. Sweet iicar. were u?od In
nmfusinn for decoration and te
freahmentl of cherry pie a la mode
and Iced drinks were nerved. About
I'd ladiea enjoyed the occasion.
Children's day was obsArved at
both the Presbyterian and First
Christian churches, instead of the
regular morAfllg sermon today, At
the Haptlst and Mathodlgl Episcopal
church, south, regular aarvlbea were
h Id by tho respective pastors
Paul Hurd arrived home Wednes
day from itreckenrldgo, Texas, to
spend a few days with lit family.
Mrs IrV iP Haker has returned to
St Louis to again place hr little
daughter Evelyn in an orthodle
sanitarium for a final rouree of
Mm. John Dorrel spent the day in
Sand Springs Monday.
Miss Lillian Francisco of Free
man, Mn , is the guest of her mother,
Mis J. F Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Itarth motored
to Tulsa Tuesday for the afternoon.
Mr. anoV Mm. Oharlea Foster had
M 'heir guests for tho rlrcus Mr.
F'oster's rent, Mr and Mr. J. W.
Chilton, who came over from Oneta
for tho 'week-end.
Mr and Mrs. Lon Klrkpatrlck.
Mis .Virgin Shaw and Mora
Charles and Carl Dalton returned
Wednesday from a few day' outing
' on tho Illinois river near Tah-
Mr. and Mra. A n Srader spent
Monday and Tuesday in Oklahoma
City, where Mr. Srader waa called on
Lino -r Curnutl and John Roebuck
returned Sunday from Cincinnati.
I where thov atlended the annual run.
M inion of the .Millers' Association of
Ml.ss Nina Petrlo and lstrr, Mrs
A L Larlson. arrived Wednesday
for a two weeks' visit to their
grandfather. H. L. Pierce, and other
Hrokon Arrow rolailvos.
Mis Dor., Essllnger and daughter,
MUa Mabal, left Sunday for Norman
to attend normal during the sum
mer. Misses Kaihryne and Alyc Uur-
deite went to Coweta Tuesday eve.
ntertalnedJ ln "ttend Iho Wrighl-Trowcr
lay attor-l r,J,.V'
. u. 3f ijutte ami family are In
Mllskoiree ror a two weeks visit
Mr. and Mrs Charles Dalton are
ho guests of friend In Kansa City
for I he w eek.
Mrs. S. P Hazen left early In the
week for St. Louts, where sha was
stliute for the viiealloii popn.i.
Mr and Mrs. W. C, Jenkins left
..lneday for Ottumwa luw.i, to
pend a month with rolailvos.
Mrs it. T. Knight, a format real
dent of llroken Arrow. Is heie from
Caldwell. Idaho, to epend the utn
,,,, , v.i.'iitlon.
Mr and Mrs K. W Dr.. wo hav
returned lo Tulsa after spending a
week in llroken Ariow. the gue-is
of iho famllls of J II Parker and
'I I i.ile Iti vnnlds
I Mlgbea Ruby laiyton nnd Helen
I ,i-aLl .... ............. Ih, Ir Val .l-
i 01 1 ion o ,iic "i" -p.
Hon with ft lends in Cleveland okla
Mis Van Hrownlng has returned
to Sand Springs after I few dayi
visit 10 her pa rente, Mr. and Mra.
ci, ai i n.
Mrs.'I.eltoy Cuddy hss a her
guest this week her nleie, Mrs Flo
Klsey of Springfield. Mo
Maadamea M. C wllllama. Heuiah1
Manns and Hatllr Johnson, three for
mat graduate! of Henry Kendall, at-i
tendel the alumni baunuet at Ken
dall Tuesday night.
Miss Margaiet Mitchell was host
ess In the Queen Esther circle on
Wednesday evening After two
hour pleaaantly pent with muale
and games ai Ice taiurse was served.
There were io guAis praabnt,
w. c ihowMan, olty gas superln-l
ten. lent, has gone to Clarenioi, for'
Lraatmant for acute rheumatism Hoj
his visited this week tiy Mrs Show
man, who announces slight 1m
provomaat In his condition.
On account of the heat the laet .
two meetings for the season of Iho
odoite Therout club ware combined
Into an Informal lino party nt the
Crystal theater Friday evening, with!
in Ice course served afterwards at a i
lowntown drug stoie Meadameal
F.d Weiis in. i Harva Holllngawoi th
Were he hosleeses al Hie affair
Mrs, A. F Morrow was hostess
; on Wednesday afternoon to 10 little
: playmate of her youngest son.
! rieldlngi with a surprise party on'
the occasion of tils eighth birthday. I
The little folks enjoyerl an afternoon I
of games and Juvenile entertain
aierrf; follcMfod by loa eraan it I ciechla R, MarltM
wafem eorted on the ' awn Thoae i, iu attended the
areeanl m-p Charles peikins. Ralph r.iis,, eounty dairy
llunnecker, Keiih itiooks Colvln
Pin. tor, NelloSe l-'oslel, l.l1e Hiel-
on. Oartrad c,irr. Virginia Darr,
'iancis Wilson mi l Kula l entiiug
Mrs Paul iiutd al i.ostiss to
roup of friends Friday alii rrTooii,
lonorlng hoi mother, Mrs Kd Hur-
roughs. of Topeka, Kan I ' no wok
and rook were the paslliiies in a
aaafnework eonleil Mra, Rd Well
Aim lenieiobi ied Wltll I p ill' of
iandaoma ambroidary eclaaori for
riieelltng, Mrs v. J. Holt received
I silver thimble as congolatlon in Itia
atne contest. At tho OlOM of the
ifternoon Hie hostess, assisted by
Mrs II E Hitnard, seiveil a dojlc
loue lee course.
Dr and Mrs W D 1 1 nby had a
week end gui sts Dl . ownhy'a brotfl
ar, Noei c. Ownby and family of
and J' hii Wat
meeting of Hie
., i I'u su Saturday.
Mri R J links, who makes her
in no wilh har daughter! Mm Roan
M Duckies, la still confined lo her
nootn b) lingering niness following
lit i. k of acute Indtgoatlon
Whfch slit' suffered MVaMI Weeks
Miss ,Norma nrumbniigh left
rVedneeday mornlni for Quthrta to
i nt, i upon her work as assistant
Mate demonot rati Oil agent, to which
lUpatlon she expecls lo devote her
lima In tho future Hoi Work will,
b Mlder the direction of the stale I
A H. M College
The s. If Culture club held the last ,
ii ctlng of the season last Filday
I lei in. ,,n, Vi It h the president. Mrs
Inna Ranaomi as hoataaa The bus.,
IneM of the afternoon was deMited i
io receiving report from Uta varloua
niiiillte. and Iho installation of1
when club meetings are reeuno d In t.. lo i home in Chelsea Tuenl.tc , i Tuesday In the elty the gueai
the fall The newly Installed offl- Mr Kenneth Keith I'd Mrs. L. E. Ine.
";; ,!,;" A,,1,A1.,K':';1' !';:: m. ..,,,1 Mm Kate, re,, Mm wm MI"
""' N .Williams. Tuesday Wedneadai I I . e' he ,r.t of tte wert "
.rg; mrw. mertenns irea r, atari uii Helen lladadv. whs haa bean
1 N II IHO' i 11 il IIIO llt.1- l,o. M .. ,. , I., v.. .1. -e..i. . , ,.,, I- ., V, ,,,, 1. In IS.
rlso slot Mrs I i- V I.,.
m ,,,, ,,,,,, ' ' Tuer.diN 111 ClaremoM InMructlng
t, I Mil MOIll 1 , . , , ,,
Mis Helen M.Hpadden returned Mis Kioto, Drake of Chelae!
1 .1 ..t to li.'i father. A. Ila-
io it rtn oh PAQg gvsi!
Messrs. I. C Hi molds John M.
is for the ,,i-
HI I 1
1 nt isst.iai
During tln liif Auto Shows lat
Januurv in liolli CbiegM and New
York, FatigM lcuil all other ciga
rette, iu sales.
A sensible Cigarette
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Bread box, sink, refrift
crator, maybe alive ij)
inih 'aen kttf a fow MfU
'em. hut ' a
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mem ann ireis inem,"
ciuick. Spray it lightly, '('JM
filling the air around them
In a few moments they ire nine
gone rurled up into nttie rj'IJ
Lalls entirely dead. NOT A j
TOISON uie it freely in J
the kitchen or around food. I
Loaded Metal Gun 15c
Itendv for use. When emp'y
re fill from package Hofatra
old In Ur. SOr and l elics.
I'riigrrlsti and firoctrs.
- temp ting lemon tang
t ii -m:
You often hear people sa the have no money
sense. And this frequently is made as an ex
cuse for carelessness and shiftlessness with
money. If you f-'-'l you have no money sense,
START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT. The Kxchange
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ity toward taking care of your money.
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Exchange Trust Co.
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I V ,.,,VteVt4
f' . T - 4 TUE drinks the youngftterg fi
i 3 i f j dream about Ward'sOrangc-
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S3Sr ' fountains or in bottles 1
gggggV tfyyy ' Q'" ' labuisson. U Angslas S
Here Is a Real Brew I
Up in Wisconsin, in the heart of the barley district, where
the water is pure and the air like wine, is made a Braa that
will remind you so strongly of the good old fashioned days
that you will be tickled to death when you drink it.
This Brew is so finely made so carefully made that if
you will serve it to your friends and tell them it is the real
thing left over from anti-prohibition duys, they simply won't
know the differenc
The same experts who have brewed Ound's Peerless
since 1854, are brewing this Brew. They are following the
same faultless process they have always followed and in the
end, when all is done, they simply remove the alcohol
required by law.
But the alcohol is the only thing that h missing. It fa
the same rich, wholesome, pure food. It is still a blood and
bone builder, and so fur superior to the average drink that
you ought to drink it yourself and give it to your children.
It's a good drink and a healthful drink. Everything that
goes into the Brew is something that is good for you. The
most finicky doctor couldn't find any objection to any of it
It isn't n substitute. It's an original Brew of such fine char
ncter and taste that it is bound to become popular wherever
it i3 tried. If you have any pre-conceived prejudice, or good
natured contempt, get rid of it and give Gund's Peerless
Brew a trial It is dollars to doughnuts you'll like it If
you do, then you have found something worth while.
Light or datk tn bottle or kt tht flats. In eases for
borne use, from your grocer, delicatessen store, or distributor.
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