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BOU STORY CAUCIIT A DIG
FISH HONEST HE DID
CHy Crowded With Guests Many of
Whom Are HcLnf: Entertained in
The Home of The City
As the News woes to press the city
is being crowded with hundreds of
school teacher?, here for the nnnunl
district meeting of the Oklahoma
Education Association, held here stick a hook through a worm and
Thursday, Friday and .Saturday. The' drop it into the water-when, zip
estimated attendance is about tuo- and a bi fi-.h ni "napped to the
thousand. The great numbers of vis j hook. They all suid they caught
itors have swamped hoteN and board-1 plenty of fih (by the vh', Hrnek
irvg house nnd many homes of the Haines win along, too.) nnd they nil
cny nave oeen inrown open ior me nnti a yam 10 leu noout ineir trip
The other day a party of follow?
from Ihirant went up to the Club
take at Kiowa to ancle for fih. Ho
far as thi scribe is informed, the
party included Howard HolrncH, Dob
Story Obe Shannon, Jim McKinnoy.
A. I). Davis, and (for all we know)
some others. They came home
Thursday with ulluring tales of splen
ilid fishing All one had to do was
FRIDAY. NOV. fl. too
entertainment of the visitors
The general sessions of th
About th biRKfht yarn of the whole
is that Hob htory hooking and land
nnd one-half pound. Bob had a
beautiful alibi already framed when
vention will be held at the Itaptist lnjt a Mack I5ai that weighed six
Church, Thursday night. Friday mom
insr and nlfht. and on Saturday morn'
ing, when several nationally known he returned to Durnnt He even had
educators are to appear on the pro-! the head of a fine ba-m wrapped up
gram. in a piece of his own newspaper.
The program for the general -eK-, which he gunrdely unwrnped and
sion will be as follows: exhibited to particular friends by way
Thursday. 7:30 p. m., Baptist Church l"i proof of his story Rbout the big
Musical Concert Southeastern fish. Since every member of the par
State Teachers College, Miss Stella f ty agree that Dob caught a Bas that
Reynolds, Director. 'actually weighed (when caught) six
Invocation Rev, Ed G. Butler, land one-half pounds, far be it from
Baptist Church, Durant. 'us to laugh or believe the tale. Bath-
Address of Welcome Hon. Chas.ier, be it hoped thnt next time, Bob
B. Cochran, President, Durant Uons ' will show us something about the fish
Club. j Itesides the head, to prove his story.
Response Supt. B. E. Davis, Mc- Fried black bass is a very fine deli
Intosh County. I cacy to add to one's supper, espec-
President's Address Sup't. W. H. I inlly when caught by one whom we
Echols, Eufaula. know to be the soul of honor nnd the
Address Dr. Wm. T. Bawdin, As-1 truth itself when fij.li stories are
sistant Commissioned of Education, ' concerned.
Washington, D. C.
Address Byron W. King, Presi- FORENSIC MEETING
dent King School of Oratory, Pitts-1 Last Wednesday evening an in-
cJfl nn ., .1 . -, i teresting regular meeting of the For-
Friday, 9.00 a. m Baptist Church , , J, , . , ,. ., ... .
Musical Conccrt-Durant Public I ,,n"lc Club ln the College Auditorium
Schools, Miss Ruth Goodman, Diree- he question lor uebnte, "Resolved
Address Dr. Wm. T. Bawdin, As
sistant Commissioner of Education
Washington, D. C.
Address Byron W. King, I'ic.si
dent King School of Oratory, Pitts'
Address Mrs. Luther Hall, Prei'
dent Kentucky Education Asiocin'
tion, Shclbyville, Kentucky.
Knday, 7:30 P. M., Hnplist Church
Thnt There Should bo an Kducation-
al Test ah Qualification for Voters,"
was led by Joe Clements, affirma
! tive, and Elmer Sprague, negative;
nnd then followed by a round-table
I (b'scussion in which nearly all the
I A number of applications for mem
bership in the Club were presented
Musical Concert Oklahoma Pres-lnml mil iu. . ,.u;,i-...i ., .1, .
1 . :.. n.ll !!.. It!..!-. T. " "'ll "" ""H
ijrwrumi uiirm-( ;tuss- viviai, i ayne
Address Needed School Legisla
tion, Supt. W. G. Masteron, McAles
ter. Address Oklahoma Education As
sociation, M. A. Nash, Secretary Ok-
Address Dr. F.
sity of Iowa.
The subject for the next meeting is
the Ku Klux Klan question, nnd will
be discuHsed by James Wright, touia
Gray, Tillie Frances Young and Rosa
B. Knight, Univer-
OFFICERS FRESHMEN CLASS
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Meeting of Nominating Commit
tees lor S. U. K. A
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.. Baptist Church
Musical Concert Pupils of Mrs. C.
M. Schoonover. Director Voice, South
eastern State Teachers College.
Address Dr. F. B. Knight, Univer
sity of Iowa.
Address J. E. Aubrey, Redpath
Horner Lecturer, Denison, Texas.
Address Sup't. M. E. Moore,
Friday afternoon the various de
partmental conferences will be held
at the High School building, four
teen such meetings being in progress
at the same time.
Friday night, there will he two ban
quets served by organizations within
the association. The Red Red Rose
will hold their banquet at the At
wood Hotel. The Blue Blue Violet
will hold a banquet the same evening
just where, it is not yot announced.
On Friday afternoon the School
Manna, a local College organization,
will give a recoption to the visiting
lady teachers, being held at the
Christian Church annex.
President; Oran Carroll.
Vice President, Helen Mclntire.
Secretary-treasurer, Rose Morri
son. Editor-Winona Stephenson.
Yell Leader, Albert Cooper.
Representative to Student Coun
cil, Carl Mclntire.
Sponsor, Prof, nnd Mrs. R. E
JUST THE VERY BEST OF
GROCERIES THAT'S ALL
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FACULTY ENTERTAINED BY
I'BES. AND MRS. BENNETT
On last Thursday evening Presi
dent and Mrs. Bennett entertained
the fuciilty of the Teachers College
and their wives to a Hnllow'cen
party. The guests were received at
the door by n gloomy, silent spook
who directed him by a silent motion
to the right where he was confront
ed by twp others of the spirit realm
who gae another silent direction to
wards the top of the winding stair
way. Hi- obeyed and went forward
with fear and trembling, almost as
one enters a graveyard at midnight.
He reached the top where he was
faced by an honest to goodness skele
ton and apparently a whole ghost of
those inhabitants of the ethcrial re
gions. A stem look told him to en
ter a room which he did with his
henit beating about two hundred. He
found there nothing, only another
ghost who took possession of his hat
and coat and adminuhed the room.
He was met again by ona of those'
things, directed to a ranted comer,
and commanded to partake of the
spirits of thoe mysterious doings
which he did and found not at all bad
to taste, but rather to his Nking. He
was reditccted down the stairs, ac-
eosted by two other haunts, given a
program and beconcd to have a seat,
he was feeling pretty well by this
time until something white, presum
ably the king of the spirit realm,
stepped among those present and on
something like unto n fiddle, played
"Abide with me." Oh Boy!!
The program was then started,
which included contests of different
kinds with prizes for the winners,
nnd which ended with a season of
song concluding with "Good Night
Ladies." It was a beautiful party,
thoroughly enjoyed by all the guests,
which encluded the faculty their
wives, Dr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Morrison
Prof, and Mrs. Tompkins.
O. E. A. MEETS THIS WEEK
Great Program Offered To Teachers
Here Nov. 2. 3 and 4. 1922.
Greatest program ever offered to
teachers in this district has been pre
pared for Southeastern Division of
the Oklahoma Education Association.
Some of the most noted educators of
the United States will address the
teachers on subjects of vital import
ance to educational advancement.
Some of the rchool men who will ap
pear on the program are: Dr. Byron,
W. King, president of King's School
of Oratory, Pittsburg, Pa.; Dr. Wil
liam T. Bawden. assistant United
States Commissioner of Education;
Supt. M. K. Moore, Beaumont, Texas
fitst president of Southeastern; Dr.
F. B. Knight, University of Iowa,
Iowa City, Iowa; Dr. J. E. Aubrey.
Redpath Homer Lecturer, Denison,
Texas; Mrs. Luther B. Hall, president
of the Kentucky Education Associa
tion, Shclbyville, Ky.; M. A. Nash,
P. E. Iiird went to Oklahoma City
Friday to attend a meeting of the
presidents and secretaries of thtt Ok
luboma Education associations of the
state. He combined work with pleas
ure and saw the Oklahoma-Nebraska
foot ball game at Norman.
$15,282.34 TO US
According to a statement in Sun
day's Oklnhoman from the Highway
Department for the first seven
months this year the sum of $1.",282.
34. This sum, the statement adds,
represented the county's part of the
taxes collected on automobiles in the
county, and goes to the credit of the
highway construction and mainte
German hotels now charges foreign
guests an additional tax of 80 per
cent, American hotels, however, make
no such discrimination they gouge
all guests alike, both native and foreign.
Lewis & Matthews
116 North Third
in 6 to 14- Boys
All Druggists are authorized to
refund money if PAZO OINT
MENT fails to cure any case of
rrCHINO. BUND. BLEEDING
or PROTRUDING POS. Cures
ordinary cases in 6 days, the
worst cases in 14 days.
PAZO OuVTMENT Instantly Re
lieves ITCHING PILES and you
can Ket restful sleep after the
Brat application. 60c.
SUPPLYING A NEED
When you want to make a quick trip between Denison-Sherman-Dallas-Waco-Corsicana
and intermediate points
remember the Interurban operates hourly service between
Buy Round Trip Tickets and
WadcKihe Utile folks
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ukv& s.j- )rhj:Jii l 1
"Mudicr, 1 alwavt mint tht rac whtn I
rwtv lame Ktllote'M Corn Flahti. I
tan't t.urjiy uoit till J t.mv iooh qu!th.
It's great to see child-enthusiasm for Kellorjg's; great
to sco every one in the family enjoy their crisp crunchiness
and wonderful flavor! To sit down before- a heaping
bowlful of these joyous even-browned "sweet-hearts-of-tni'-corr.'
and some ir.il!: or cream and fresh fruit, if
it's hnnd i just about the very Jast word in appetizing
appeal! An,!, your good tasto will prove that!
Kellorjg't, Com Flul.-c cuht to be superior thry are
titi '-:', .;..! Co.ti FIjkos! Kellop-g'sara
r.fcACi .j-igii or lejtl'trv; n-ver Lard to
eat; r.i-.vr a tils. ;".-' ;nr!
Bo ccrla'n to j."c 'i.Vo :,'- tea
dcliiiar.3 kinu cf C:-t I!..:cb in tbu
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Hicn SCHOOL CREDIT
FOR RURAL STUDENTS
There are yet many communities in
Oklahoma whsso pupils have complet
ed the eighth grade but have no ac
credited high school facilities avail
able. They cannot or are not, go
injr ahead with high school work. Of
course, this Is chiefly in rural dis-
Any teacher within reach of such a
youth, who fails to advise him how,
he can carry on his studios, is almoit,
committing n crime. The child
doesn't know what to do. We can
Southeastern State Teachers Col
lege is offering extension work in
high school course". By correspon
dence study such a student may earn
hiph school units almost enough to
work out his high school diploma
while he remains at homo, without
the reac h of an accredited high
These younx people may begin cor
rospondenco work any time in the
year. l)y writing Southeastern full
particulars may bo had. Any rural
teacher may do a great service . by
informing these children how they
may continue their studies above the
8th grade. There are some such
young people in every rural commu
nity. The Southeastern.
ARDMORB MAKES 8tbav
DID FOR STATE CHAM J
Ardmor Hla-h Schools ptU.,
again after the State champi,
iiu aim uieir record to dcU
veals that they are tom.nf.v
scholastic football circles at Okla
homa. That far they are un,u-.
ad, and their slate ahows four -u!
I ! 1.1.1. Al . 7 f"
iuiicb 111 niucu iuey nave rolled
eighty-six pointe airainst t)iu
ponents, and have not ha . .
on themselves. The scalps u
muiif iroiu meir oeiis include: ITil
son C-0, Hugo 1Z-0, Purcll 26- 4
Those several new stars itxtly
discovered by Harvard astronowrs
won't attract as much general kfcr
est us will such new stars as are dn-
vw.wv. j : wiuiu cujtcncs.
Lji 11I.1.1 ig-jj'IW.H't'Wt
3k 7r j
stt P1Aan, Tk HtVhafl 1 fnnn all 1 n n nw,A .
Iriln my herd 1 got . W lb. pull or II. A. Tdmou
llufi UsiuM f . llftfora I tlnlbl feollnc It, I ni m
tatuOiMl UiatZrotairotbertan4 when uy boles vera I
hi wcu i pui uuiu mu ub noaiBatiwiaanveK
rwdiix-poUwnwclL" JUn lonwi, b. Km U
C. P. CRUDUP. Durant, Okla.
over 30 years
OR MONEY REFUNDED
Buy a Peter Schuttler Wagon and
let us load you with cheap goods.
A. L Severance Hdwe. Co.
wv.'lA' s a3c .S
N." ASy LVSViJ
X."s3' .. Jir ysfi" a JL.
young and o
It "melts in your
mouth" and the cum in fh
center remains to aid digestion,
brighten teeth and soothe mouth
There are the other WR.GLEY
tnends to choose from, too: