The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 23, No. 51, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 22, 1922 Page: 2 of 12
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Tl IF. I.UnnOCK AVAI-ANCIIF.. 111.50. NY AWUWr 22. 1922
L'rHE&lfrP' THE SOUTH PLAINS
;11 liii PLAYHOUSE
This produrtion con-
sumed nearly six months
in the making and it is de-
clared to be ns nearly a
perfect masterpiece of the
ilent drama as time
money acting and good
direction could produce.
""""Ki Loul B. Mayer
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In planning this picture Louise R. Mayer exercised the minutest precautions. The story
is by Irene Reels and the script was prepared in treat detail by Director John Stahl who
was ordered to spend as much time nd money as he thought necessary to produce the
year's best picture.
MONROE Nf'W. ITFM1
t INIFRFsr WrTK
T'h' ItapMst mci-t.i'ir i now in
i r"-"'-. Mr. Mr('iiHjm nf Ltib.
I'm Ii ij ' n 1 1 t'.io sonir crvii iiml
Pa-tor Tennyson and .Mr. Kinif in-
tend to tin- prrm hmif. The meeting
i I i i if I Friday with a mnll mulienec
I ' 1 1 it bin turn incren-mi? fnrn time
to time. There was a large crowd
About thirty pit nt took dinner
in the Knrr home Sunday. Several
of the mets were from Vaughn.
They had rmp (rood music and
many returned to Monroe fur Sun-
day Si hriol in the afternoon.
Adrian Merrill w ho is in m hool
nt Canyon win nt home lntt week.
He is iI'iihk fpltndid work n his
vnuli s will show and will yoort he
Ilpadruh Batey a brother to Mr.
C. C. Stephenon and Mrs. T. It
( ox. arrived Tuesday niRht. He
i in'e from hi home in liitihnm
throuiih the country in a Ford in
i ao days. This isi his fint trip
hi re since the war broke out
('la'id.i aid I loyd Math-my write
hi. mi- that they like Wil'mrper coun-
ty fine s;iei iiilly the i-nt-it.-.n-ments
of the ymmir people. We wish
for them a pli-mtmt and iTi-fitahlc
It RIFF UFM. I ROM
VARIOUS WFSI I FX AS POINTS
It'ile Aug " Work l pr n're .
sltiir on the intton com;'rcn beit'if
hilllt hi re. 'I he rrcs will he rend)
to opiinte with the incoming crop.
Sweetwater Auif. 1.1. -The new
bonded warehouse hetnif built y W.
H. Jobe on the Santa Fi- industrial
property will le completed by !'-
remher I Mr. Jobe anriotitired to
day. It will cost about $10 0(10.
Sweetwiter Aujr. 1.1. Without
another drop of ruin the cot'on crop
in Nolan county will ren. h the pro.
ilintion of 1 : I . according to well
inforrred cotton men. In the In t
two week there ha been n 40 p"r
rent deterioration n fitrure which
would be materially cut down by a
ruin within the next ten days. The
outlook now is for a 1.r0) hale
crop in the county.
Snyder Aup. I .".--Kpworth l.enu
ties in Scurry county have been
formed in'o a county orirnniation
with officer folloWH: Mrs. H A.
Walker of Snyder prgfident; Km.
tl r(f I'tiion hiitiel fucretary; Mnm
Vettmi II id'ion llcrmleiifh treur-
ii ; Mi" Willie Kern Curry Snjd
Kiiiiiir Star Aug. IB. Tht PUt.
ti r- Cm here is imdcrtroinir eons'4-
ernlle rcfutir in epectation of a
(rood f! run according to II. R.
lioiie of Okrn. I Ji;t yenr the erop
was extremely nm".ll. Mr lloow
hax received eiiilond of buff'K
and ties for the fin. All irins imrm
expect (rood runs this season.
Comanche Aojr. 1.1. Mutirtrss la-
tere t are meetinir the conditions af
the city lookinir to the paving of the
business streets for which a hon4
issue 'f 120000 was voted soirietim
niro. It is proposed to spend
(io() for paving here in the near
f ii tu re.
The I'. S. Shipping Roard otiftit
to chnf'ire its name to The American
Har Association.-- Life.
and TONY SARG COMEDY
WEDNESDAY AND THURS.
Kipling's "GRINGO DEVIL"
a great border picture. Also
a Semon comedy
t l-v a or
f the f:
' ' not
"irn and the
:i l:i-t Wei-k
u played a
i Sn'ir' lav.
of r t.. :t. ri
t ih f'-'t's i:ir
II. o i
ly one to n-v.
I ITT I F F IF I D FXCFI.S
IN CHICKEN HARBECl'E
ioir ! v
Before you buy an Automobile
VALVE -IN-HEAD yS
I e MOTOW CARS
THE STANDARD OF COMPARISON
Lubbock Buick Co.
Sales and Service Phone 796
Mrs. Thuip visited Mrs. Teairue
Mr. and Mrs. Mullins otid son.
of the Minikins' Kanch. were visi-
tors at the store Saturday.
Anmtii! Meadow visitors Saturday
were: T. II. Teacup ami son' Weldon.
I'oecher Swafford. John Swafford
I'lis Kinu and Mrs. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Murray and
little daughter Justine spent tun-
dy with Mr. and Mrs. FHIiott.
Mrs. (J. W. Tharp was transact-
inc business in Lubbock the latter
j purt of the week.
! Mr. Al Slaughter nnd wife of
i Pallas who have been takinjr a turn-
liner vacation at the Xavalla Camp on
the Slaughter Haneh. left Thursday
for their home. Whiie here Mr.
Slnojrhter had a Iladio system in-
stalled whereby one could listz-n to
the latest music from various places
over the State and many other points.
lieecher and Hon Swafford spent
S ind.iy nti'ht with Kenneth Chism '
an. I .lohn Heart.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott and chiblren.
viited Sii'mIuv evenmi; in the home
of I'rof. Teacue and wife.
Thi' family of Mr. Morris who
have be n s;-i iiliii; n week with
Mr. N! ke'I's f.-inuly left Mon.lav.
They are to visit a few move points
ami then return to Moody :h -s fil.
Mr. and Mrs. (iooilnch. of I.eve-
l.'ind. are spending a few days with
; the Bob Swafford family.
! Moody was entertained three days
'the past week watching the hoys
ride wild hordes. The bronc rule-
! were ( lav Walker Surl Nickel!.
I Charlie F'orjrus and Tom Vanzandt.
(All the boys did some splendid nd-
I intf. especially did Tom Vanzandt.
las he is an experienced rider having
I ridden in a how for four years.
illen to t'l.'
com "v: n it y
si-pu-'l.i-g and it
lot of the I..!t!c-
t.i bee. me )'"-fl-
a ri put'it.oii for
Two reasons may
The first is that
perfci 1 1 n in ll.is
I are very wi- lahle and one of t':
; i r ii f d versions is for a cot-gi-tn.il
i crowd to go over to (iost pam
' where there is a beaut ful lake en-
i joy a good swim and rcgile them
si-lvi s with barbecued chii ken v hu h
-- adm tted by cjiicures to be the
puce le resistance of ail meats A
I i nl reason may he assigned a
iiis Shaw that genial salesman of
l is town who has become o pr-. fl-
eet in the art of l-m be iooi. '
ii ken that his fame has spread
.abroad. The (Vmmandcry at l.uh-
I'oek Teras at their annual borne
l oiriTig event on Aug'ist 2 1 hh
i moli -veil Mr. Shaw to f unish br-
I'e ue and serve 173 hi kens to the
i hii kens grow to
country and there are a gn
of them. Second the pe.
Po not. for one repulse forego
'he purpose that you resoled to if-
That dainty elusive thing wliiiri is the desire of every feminine
heart may lie retained in all its youthful freshness through th
use of carefully prepared skin foods
For Milady's needs we have procured a very high grade selec-
tion of Creams l otions Powdrrs. rn.tny dainty things to adJ
to your heauty and charm.
The City Drutf Store
Phone 422 West Dr
NEW HOPE NEWS OF
would certainly be
CLOSING OUT OLDSMOBILE
I am selling my entire stock of
Sedans Touring Cars and
Trucks at prices less than present
day costs tlave some real bar-
gains in Second 1 land Trucks
with Cram Bodies.
Terms if Desired
" " " " a good rain
ton. returned Thursday. I Mrs- s ! F-t u"'l daughter Wi-
Mrs. Hob Swafford returned 1 r""tta. returned home Saturday from
Thursday from a visit with her (laugh- i '' lw" wc.ks' visit with relatives and
ler. Mrs. Hazel Kvans of Hopes j friends at inters. Texas. They re
While there Mrs. Swafford also at-' l"r " vv enjoyable trip.
tended the meeting in progress at i . Alr- -s- l- ' " cM'
iren were in town Saturday after-
FRANK W. HAYS
207 W. 6th St. Phone
MOODY NEWS ITEMS
OF THE PAST WEEK
The ram that
when we v. rot"
tcrializu i' ; ro;
seems to I
d so certain
failid to ir.a-
lo our c'i c-
roiiiing on lio ii.-t.ill-I
o.i very Mn.ia Jay-
ments t that.
Mr. ..cl.i;l and h:s cousin .Mrs.
Morris wl.o is vi-itng tliein were
in Meadow Wednesday trati.-acting
The babv of Leonard Tharp
been imite si. k for M veral days.
The family of J. I.. Tharp who
have been spending several days
vuuting friends and relatives at Sla-
mecting in progress at i
K. I'. Hoyd is sufficiently recov-
ered from an attack of fever to ad-
mit of the dismissal of his nurse
last Wednesday. Pr. Morehead of
' Meadow has bene the attending phy-
Newt Copt-land and Leonard Tow
both candidates for tux assessor
i have been electioneering with Moody
I peoiile the past week.
I'lis King and liertha Palmer
made a buair.ess trip to Hopes Thurs
Miss Anna Lou Than spent Sat-
unlay with M.ss lo ijl Cheney.
Peei in-r S '.M-.f foul spent .Siind iy
1 1 'i Vk colon Ti ag O'.
Miss Kttie McPale is visiting at
the home of her aunt Mrs. Fred
Barton of the Carlisle Community.
Messrs. Cecil Hichardson and Ke-
na Griffin were in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elay Koff v sited
at the home of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. L. N. Harber of the Wilson
t onimun'tv Sunday and Siim.iv
home by tlieir
Parber who will
Mr. and Mr.
cousin. Mi.ss I.
visit a few dav
S. C. Porlal d
in town S.itaid.iy f-
K'oy K '
Ii.tim: with lout t.ut we la
le.ii n v. id gt lie- conlr.il t.
(Ji.it" n !-.!.' irowd galhc
tie Nickel! home W'edfe. day ni-n-iiur
to enjoy some .splcriilid music and
John Swafford made a business
trip to Prownfield Monday.
Mr. Claud Havens and her sis-
ter Miss lieryl Cheney visited in
the l!oh Swafford home Sunday.
Mi s.-i s S. P. Calvin and
wer" in town S it -inlay.
!la 1 .M--t every boil-.' is bu-y c.:
i-n tfud and vegetables j io-v
tl Mr. .1. C. M P.iie and i o.i
' visited lit tiie borne of ..-r . ai
at i Mr. and Mis. S. P. Koff .Sain .;
i W moon.
Mr. J. C. lU.btrts and so
were in town isaturuay.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Kboades were
in town Saturday.
Irish need most
but a referee.
NOT ONLY A SAFE
The Lubbock State Bank is more
than just a safe place to keep money
it is a safe place to do business. It
accommodates its customers in many
ways besides protecting their funds.
Still progressive yet still troddinjr
the beaten path of conservative
Witness to these facts are those hun-
dreds of customers who have done
bu-iness here for many years and
the thousands who entrust their
business here today!
The Lubbock State Bank
"BIG BUT NOT ONLY BIG IN RESOURCES"
AW WHAT'S THE USE
Br L F. Van Zelm
Hereafter Findin's Keepin's with Felix
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Dow, James L. The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 23, No. 51, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 22, 1922, newspaper, August 22, 1922; Lubbock, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288568/m1/2/: accessed July 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .