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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1922
LILIAN C PERKINS I
v.tirtn A Ki-'nip of tho rnothfru 1 nt'iffx, are 1it vIII!i,k Mrs. Hubert I
f tho filtla Hlli h.ir.irnno tho par'y. I.-1: is, I
l) l(UK J ( Vlll' liMlllll
An Inii-i rultin i'iit In irnikty
thin ck will lie :h wedding
till Tlmnxlnv sioitiliiK, whflti Minn
AMdm Mm It- (' "ii-l iriiln, soromt
lntichtT In lhn Imnio i,f Cart. n1
Mm KuKmn l.''inlnnilti nf lllll (ItV
will be Klvr-n in tniiiiv lv h.r
father to Mr. Harold itu hard I'.
luiifv, Mm nf Mi- iiml Mi'i .1
liflanov of 1'fillnx, formerly of thin
lty. hi K nupiini ma, i elehrateo:
at H o'clock at (hp Holy Kimlly
Catholic church and In th. presence
of immediate relative, itevernntl
P!hr le l'rpltr. officiating. Aft.r
tht nuptial celebration, n weililln
hrenkfmt will ho rvn the bridal
party and mmteri of both fmlll"
at tho Consfnntln home, mi South
Ruiildiir avenue, fitter which the
bride and (rronni will leav for
northern and crater n points. They
will he (Ton a nionth nil on their
return, will renld. nt 1523 fluuth
Thn bride, onn of Tulea'a beautl
fnl anil very popular Kill, will
wear a charming own of while
crepe lie rhino almply fimhliind nml
aalf-trlmmcfl. With Inn wnlat line,
(he aklit will full In ntralKht llnea
to Juat nhovo the iinklea with aide
panel The WHlnt la munili-il nt
the ncrv end lum fluwItiK aleevca.
With thta l worn a hat of white
crepe do rlilrin wllh aide shower
efft-ct of orxnKn hloaanma. The
hrldnl (minuet will he In coraage
effect nnd la faahlnneil nf bride's
rdeea and llllea of tho valley. Minn
Marin Constnntln la her elator'a muld
of hiinnr nnd will wear yellow
crepe da chine fashioned almply. her
rhaponu helntf n tian.nme burnt
l"Khorn fneed In pnlo yellow Ki'nrR
etln nml trimmed In .flowers. 8ho
will wenr n coranRn of aiinhurat
roses nml llllea of tho v.illey The
bout mnn la to Im Mr. Klcliard ICer
lln nf Vlncesnnea, Indian. i, n cousin
of thn croom.
I'reredlni! the advance of tho
hrldnl party. Mies Dnilndu llrure
will alnir, "Hclot'eil t la Morn"
(Aylwnril). Tho offertory Is to he
Rounod's "Ave Maria" nnd the
"Akiiob Del" (llet). Purdue the
rondlnc of the Mnaa, "To n Wild
Itnso" (McDowell), will ho player
nnd tho proceaalonnl nnd ixceaalnmil
will he the tlinn-lmnored Hrldnl
Chorus from "I-olienfirln' m Men
delssohn's Wedding March. Mine
i linn It la to offer fin
t : i t i di'i m.nion, 'In' iihiiiiI altar
Iml'.llini'iita with Iim tail inthredal
, mdlca accentuating In. dignity and
beinly of the orxsliw. The home
la lo'he lovelv In pa I ma, fern and
handsome floor vaaea of Klsdtoll In
P'ne white and dulnty arrannement
r.f lllloa of Ihe volley. There will be
the we'MIOR cake that will be cut
bv the bride, a lovelv etnboaaed nf
fnlr nrranded In ller form. The
felb llullona of n hoat nt frlunda at
tend thli aoilnllv unoBtenlalloiia
weddlnn whl' h unltra two of Tulea'a
meet promlneni voiiiik peopln and u
la with much ntlfn'-lon that It la
annotinreil that thin city la lo be
their future home where the groom
ban oil Interentn. Out of town
unmta are lo be only membeia nf Ihe
trioom'a family. Mr. and Mra. M.
.1 Helen? and the Mlea Mary.
Antln nnd Iiretm Oal.iney of lal
Ibh who arrived In the early weok
and have been with thlr dnilaliti r
and alnter. Mra. Kuftenn Krrvln alne
A very Imprenalva weddlna; wan
aolemnlreil Wedneaday mortilnn al
J o'clock nl llol Knmlty church
uniting Mlna Hetty Ilrlnkman,
yoitnnjent daughter of Mr. nnd Mra.
Theodore Hrlnkman of Olpe, Kan.,
to Mr. Maurice IlmirlKnn of Daven
port, Iowa, and Tulen, Itnvcrend
I'ntlier do rrrltie uffl.'lntlng Ml""
Kreildlo llrlnk mdfi, eNti r of the
bride wan malil of hunr and Mr.
I.i-o Ilrlnkman, brother of the bride
wna bent man Misn Mm gtmrlfe
(bivln played the wddlntr piocen-
elotml nnd rerenelonnl and Mra. O.
J. MrKnrreii nnnff e Kovenn h.
I'romlne Me." The bride nre whlt-
rrmton crepe wllh nvetdieaa of rb'h
Rpnnlnh lure, her but b"lng a lame
Inco cfffrl. her flowera being tn
oimvontlniml bnd"'n iminiuel Uor
only jewel wna n rlh atrand of
penrln, n Rift of the giomn 'Ihe
maid of honor win In nil pink, her
Kown and picture hut being of
rrpe do chine end her flowera be
ing KlllHNiey roeee, worn en cor-
eler. After the wedding, u brenkfaat
wna tendered the bridal parly, reln
llvea and clone frlenda at the home
of Mra. J. A. Ktnlth, 1719 Ronth
Main etrent, the home being bpnutl
fully decorated In mnra of pink
ond white exprennnd In minimer
flowera. After ii weddltiK trip to the
Oznrke, tho bride nml kiooiii will lie
loriited In the Kither npnrtmenta.
Out of town giieata were Mr. nnd
Mra. Theoiioro Hrltikinnn nnd Air.
I.eo Ilrlnkman of Hipp. Knn., Mlaa
Kilnkninu of Oltnwn, Knn.
AnnhcrHnry lo lie Honored.
Dr. and Mm. Harry D. Murdock
bud with Ihem a company of their
clone frl'nda lent evening for dinner
In their new home on Houth Owanno
avenue, to honor lhlr wedding an-
Iiifoinuil Al l'r'srf I'nrtlm,
Honoring Minn Florence Ulack
morn who returned early In June
from principle, college nt St. Iuln
where aha hna been for n year. Air.
and Mre. Hubert W. Whitney are
entertaining companies of the
younger net of glrln nnd boya nt
dancing and picnic nuppern on the
evenlngn of Friday and Haturday of
I'lcnli' ami ShIiii.
Memherx of the ICehltn rlub will
Rive a picnic; nnd swimming party
Thuredny evening on I lie lenno
Mnrguerlle flnvln will prenMe nt the owned b'v Mr Wltlnrd John nenr
('oiiiilluiciillllK .Mra. .Sliiiiilion,
Mi ruin i h of I Ik. Woman's Mlanlon-
arv nuclei y of Ihn Klrnt Haptlnt
rbiirch are giving an Informal toa In
the home of Mra. J. W. Hlekok, BID
Houth Moulder avenue on Thuraday
artcrnoon to honor Mr. Dawann
Hh-nnon who In leaving anon to
pt.ike her home In Memnhln, Tenn.,
anil who ban been president of thl
oi Kunl.i'I'iii the pint year,
The puiitiiffii-o rlerka unit their
fnrnlllen a giving a picnic on Fri
day afternoon and evening at Cen
trnl park, the fnrnlllea tn asiemhle
there at I: ID o'clock to be joined
later by the men.
Memhern of thn IoynI Wornen'H
Hlble claaa of the 1 Irnt Chrlntlnn
church are giving a picnic Thurmlay
evening at nwen park and mombera
of the Men'e clnnn anil their fnrnl
llea are to be honored jrucntn.
Mre. Frank HullUan who haa been
vIkIIIIik! hei p.iiciil-), Mr. nnd Mrn.
Itohert 11. (lardner of Oklahoma.
( lly will return thle week. She will
bn Hicompanled by her nlntor. Mien
(lerlimle (i.iiilner, Mlaa Mnry Itnllny
and Minn MaiKnrnt V'one xvho will he
her giieeta uwr Hunilny.
Mr. nn,l Mrn. W. It. Itltchln nnd
children are leaving tho flrat of tho
week for n motor trip to Mnnltou.
Colo., where they will tnko n cottnKo
for tho rent of thn eiimnier. Mr.
Itltchln will return Immediately nnd
will later go tn tlila Joint to Join hla
fnmlly for n period of time before
they return home.
Mrn. ChnrlCH V. DTy left n few
daya ngo for Shennndoah. lown
wliere who wna ended by tho crlllcnl
lllnena of hor fnlher.
Mrn. IMwnrd C. Hnrvey In vlnltlng
Mr. Harvey's pnrenta, Mr. nnd Mie.
C. C. Harvey In Hot Hpringa during
a biinluena trip inndo by Mr. Harvey
to .Miami, Fin.
Mlnnea Flemmlo nnd Fay Snldow
of Mexico, Mo., formerly associated
with tho local public school teaching
Woman's Smnrksl Sfijfcs 7in
The House of Fashionable Millinery
Values Beyond HcltS aues c'on(l
Sforrls .Mrrcnntllo Co.,
ranidlM) lint Co., ClilcnK"
Btar .Mtlllnury Co,, Indian
niHills Lulialiilcr Mllllncrj- Co.,
Flslc Co., Clilcugo
And 10 other high-class
manufacturers of lino mil
aro of tho vory finest
spring materials. Including
mllnns, vision straw, chnln
wenvea. trlmbo braids, fine
leghorns, silk nnd linen
hrnlds, taffetas and rib
bons In nil tho lending
shupcB of the -i neon.
White, pink, red, per
riwinkle, orchid, pur
ple, jade, five differ
ent Blind cs of blue,
orange, tan, black,
starts this morning nt 0
o'clock nt FIELDS, 430
South Main St. The huts
are on largo tnblcs spe
cially constructed for this
unusual nalo. Plenty nt
salespeople to give prompt
service. Come enrly with
Sale Starts at 9 o'Clock
1 A ,T
Mrs. M. Janowltz la leaving Thlire.
day for I'ltlnburgh, Pa., to anand the
nu mm sr.
Mr. and Mrn. Kdward ftai-ll of
Muskogee gpenl Tuesday an gues'it
of Mra. W. Tata Hrndy.
Dr. nnd Mra. V. K. Tnrnhaugh art-
leaving for a motor trip lo Chl'-ngo
and Nw York and will ha gone
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. I Vegan are
leaving toon for f'allfornla to be
gone for the rent nf the summer.
Mlaa Martha Ormerod or Nllea,
Ohio who hna been the guest of
Mlna Jane Hoblnsoti In leaving today
to vlnlt a school friend In Denver
before returning to her home.
oTsfr'OirS ISECOTYM INSTALLS
0,-eCcisf ! ITS NEWOFFICERS
Mrs. K. J. Imhert and three chll.
ilren are leaving today for Colorado
Hpringa to spend Ihe summer.
Mr. and Mra. F,. II. Young of the
Thomae apartments announce the
arrival of a son Friday June 2.
Mr. and Mra. John D. McLIn and
Mr. and MPs. p. W. Kallmann are
leaving aoon for Chicago where they
will be membeia of a, bouse party for
a week or ten days. Later they will
visit renortu in trie norm.
Mlaa 0nevlevo Hhultn of Fort
Madlnon, Iowa nrrlven Hunilny to he
Ihe guest of Minn .Marguerite Onvln.
IMPROVING KANSAS ROADS
Omcnt Plant lo l urul-li till Cars of
Material or New Higlinuy Work
OIllAKD, Kan.. June 2S. Flvn
and oti'-hnlf miles of hard-surfaced
road In to bo constructed In Craw
ford county, ICnnsns. Just east of
Cllrard. and paralleling thn Joplln
nnd rnraoim Klnctrln line, c
Kltchlng, division frilght agent o(
thn Hnntn Fe, advises. The Carter-
vlllo Conalructlim Co.. of Carter-
vllle, Mo., got tho contract. It will
iim SO earn of cement, implied by
thn Wentcrn states rortlanil f;e
ment Co., of independence, Kan.
WILD .MI'lii; AT WILD WliST
Slilinirnclt Preparing For 'rhrct'-Pay
I ourtli of .luly 1 Con ml 1 p.
gpeelnl In The Werlil
HHAMltOCIC, Juno 28. Thn an
nual round-up nnd rodeo hern will
bo Bty'd July S, 3. and 4. Work
men liMVH been busy for a week get
ting tho ground In rcadlnese.
Moro than fiO powboya, many
of whom are "old-timers" in thn
grtmo, have been entered In the
Minn Irene Itoberts, 17 yean old.
champion "wild steer
ry ArnohcJ .
(HI'Lft HLOOMHltS AND
Now-a-dnjn nearly every mother
approvea of bloomers for hor young
daughter In prcferonco to pettlcoate,
for they are neater nnd glvo much
bettor service. This la a, practical
ntyle to wenr under wash drosses, for
the underwalnt can be made of lawn
and the bloomers of the an mo mnto
rial aa the dress.
The glrln' bloomer pattern No,
73 cm In elzo II, 4, C. S. 10, 12
and 1 1 yeara. Hire 8 requires 8
yarda 27-Inch material for hloomcra
and '4 yard SS-lnch material for
iinderwtilst. Prleo lBc, statnp.l or
coin, coin preferreil,
Club Finds It Unneces
sary to Oust Members
at Semiannual Banquet
Installation of lis new offloora
wna a feature of tho semiannual
banquet held nt YA Woods cafe
Inst night by the membere of the
Secotym club. M. I Mason suc
ceeded J. H. aiosnop ns tho presi
dent ot the club.
Uoh Dawson In the now vice
president, W. O. Harinan secretnry,
H. C, Llndley treasurer nnd (loorge
Olofsop eorgeant-nt-arms. On the
board of governors are C. A. Ulch
ardson, jj L. IMwards, James
Hodgo and J. K. Olonsop. Out
going officers were fllossop, the
president: Hny Hell, vice president:
C. A. Hlehnrdson, secretnry: M. L.
Hdwarda, treaeurer, nnd Chester
A program of brief talks and mil
slo was entertainment at the ban
quet, nt whKh wives and girl
friends of the members of t Mo se
coHm club were g'icets. It Is tho
traditional cun'om at these ban-
Wagon Won in Bel 26
Years Ago Replaced
liy New Automobile
Spcl te Tht World,
OTTAWA, Kan., June 28.
Twenty-six yearn ngo H. IS. Para
more, n local uportsman, made n
bet with A, A. Ilean, a local wag
on makor, on McKlnley'g rnco fr
the presidency. He won n stout
wagon, which ho has since used
In many hunting nnd camping
trips. Itecently he sold the wagon
and purchased a motor car.
der, N. A Thompson, H It Aa,
K. L. Allison, M I. Sn..-ley Ja,,.
mondj Tho Itevorend Abe-tisihy
nn Honorary llfo momt" r,
been so some time ngo. '
quets, for those members who hive
pnssod their 31st milestone and havo
started down tho hill of llfo on
the shady side, to be gently but
firm v booted out of tho club bo
cuuse ot tholr ndvnnced ngo. This
tlmo nil tho members havo man
nged to hold on to tho days of their
youth nnd with all satisfaction that
pristine vigor of such youth given
watched the retiring president, J.
R. Olossop, present to each of tho
hoary and Involuntary retired mem
bers a card entitling them to hon
orary membership In tho cluh for
the rest of their declining years.
These now obsolete members tints
honored are: 11. A. Stewart, L C.
Murray, John Hogers, Nathan Pat
terson, Dr, C. S. Summers, S. M I
Leonard. Howard Meyer, C. A. Hor-
Iturglnr fipts Diamonds
HOUSTON. Texan. June
monods valued nt $ 1 , f ., i
bonds worth J1.300 nnd
worth more than i 700 wer.. t i
a burglnr from the hon... ,
K. Chase hero enrly th . n-
The Chase family return, ,
from down town ahortly ,r.
night, Nolsoa In the up;., r
caused Mrs. Chase to s r if
burglar became alarmed .it t
modo hln gelawnv, Icnj i .
second story window.
' ii 4
Ttotiert A. McPIrrv
Funeral director. V2
Phono Osago lul-4jC- w.
' i in.
No pads of any Iiind
Wo uso Profcjsor M, ,j
waving tnnchlno wh th,
only mako approved i i in.
dorsed by tho Naln ,
Vogue Mnrincllo Sliop
0ieoC226. 6:.- ' jiat
The SIIMMKII Issue of one FASH
ION MAdA'.INi: 1h now ready. It)
contains over 300 stylos, embroidery
deslgna, n complete seven-lesson ;
cimrso In diowunaklng, etc. Price .
lOn per copy.
Send your order to Fashion De
partment, Tulsa World, 230 South
WoIIh street, Chicago, 111.
Texan slll glvo exhibitions of her
Fifty wild, long-horn Texas steers
hnvo been bought for the rodeo, j
Also an "outlaw" mulo.
Tho PoIan brothers, noted ranch
men. will be 1 nehargo of tho wild
rider of west programs dally.
319-321 South Mnin
Exclusive but Not Expensive
Women's Slum Sti'onil I'loor
Wo have just received n new shipment of
Gingham Dresses thnt will go on sale today at
unheard of low prices. Included in this lot
aro arc new and attractive styles in this sea
son's most wanted colors. There arc only 150
drosses offered at this special price and wc
advise early shopping.
Misses' Sizes 16, 18, 36
Women's Sizes 36 to 44
Stylish Stouts 46 to 54
Hii'm arc ultliout doubt the bent vnlues In Gln
liam (Irrtsoa tluil ou lime seen tills sciimui.
One choico lot of attractive j f
Summer Hats offered today g
at tho very special price of JL
Included ntv llaiuleil Sollorx, Flower nml lllblion Trims.
The Woman's Tonic
213-215 S. MAIN STREET
Thursday and Friday
Two Days of Specials at Hunt-
Organdy and Gingham
On Sale Thursday and Friday
Smart and attractive new dresses of fine organdy and
imported ginghams dresses that sold earlier in the
season as high as $10.00 included in this lot. These are
the sort of dresses that nearly every Woman prefers for
warm weather wear and all will go quickly at thi3
price. Small and large checks and plaids in combina
tions of all colors.
Sizes for Womcn and Missea
Without a doubt the cleverest lot of aprons
wo have yet ehown at such a low prlco. Just
wait until you pee them nnd you will want
two or three. On nalo hero today and to
morrow. Second I'loor
An Opportune Sale
Featuring Drastic Reductions on
Fiber Silk Sweaters
Extremely popular sweaters for street or
sports wear. Tuxedo styles in orchid,
rose, jade, navy and all popular shades.
Slip-over gowns, all neatly trimmed in
embroidery and hemstitching. Large,
full-cut gowns; formerly $4.00 sellers.
From Infants' and Children's Dep.t
"Tots" Jiffy Pants
In sizes 8 to 14, nil
colors and color combinations.
low and Play
In nil colors an l "c
urcd patterns. v ' V
special values tvr
Items of Interest on the First Floor
Laeo Vestees, many new pat-
tornn, J1.00 vnluw,
Thursday and Friday.
Carter's Silk-Top Union Stilts,
pink only, Ioofo knee, closed
pore. 2.50 values, (T- QQ
Thursday nnd Friday tJX.tJO
ltathlnB nags, rubber lined,
cloth covered, IQt
Thursday and Friday. . tJC
Clocked Silk IIoe. Cordovan,
Broy, nude and black. Jl 40
values, Thursday and (J-
Rain or Sun Silk Umbrellas,
flnn quality silk with n.'itln
edge, js.dii values,
Thurmlay and Friday
Children's Purses. Silk, beaded
nnd box vani'les, all colors.
7so values, Thurs
day nnd Friday . . .
Silk Top Socks for kiddles.
White, brown nnd Copenhagen.
All sizes. 75o values flK
Thursday and Friday .. JOj
Ivory Combs, made by Du Font.
coarao una une. uoc vaiues.
Ladles' Knit Union Suits,
splendid quality. Uodlco and
reRUlar top, loose kneo. 75o
nnd Frldny t)7l
Silk Sports Scarfs. Flaln col
ors and stripes. J-J QQ
Thursday and Fridaj tDl.JO
Wo linvu (some very cliolco
Silk ltcmiiiintg or Taffeta,
SatliiD, Crepes ii ml runrlcH
lo sell cry cheap on Thurs
day mid Friday,
Specials for Men
Men s Pajamas .l.by
nice, quality linen,
pink, blue nnd tan.
12.00 values, special
Men's Lisle Sox 29c
Nice Mfilo Sox, In white, bia "
nnd gray, 33c values, yMf
Men's Shirts $1.49
That extra good Forfecto Shirt,
pretty ptrlpcs, all sizes. J- V"
Men's Union Suits 69c
Well made Athletic To10.11
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