Red River County Review (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 30, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 8, 1925 Page: 3 of 4
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1 «J25
BUTCHER'S—"The Drug Store"~-in
Clarksville extends you a cordial
welcome to visit their store—in fact,
make it your headquarters while you are
attending the P*ed River County Teacher s
You will find our stocks complete will
the many items you will need in carrying
on your work this fall and winter.
If we do not have just the items in
stock that you need or have in mind, make
your wants known and they will he order-
ed for you—sent directly to your address.
UTCHKR DRUG COMPAN
"That Good Drug Store"
, JJSL J J
honor of M!
will lie mnrri
Siiiifcstk'r Bizzell nf ft.. Worth, Mrs.
Hucem Blai'.t ami < 1:tiit;'tt?-rs Mi S"S
Mar.-':.rot and 1 till (iene. Black \«.r>
, U'iu-aiiiiy entertained on Thur
with a lour course luncheon at tho
home of Mrs. 10. I'. Black. A deeoin-
i e : 1 heme of purple ami Kohl, col-
ors of thi' S. A. E. fraternity of
which Mr. Bizzcll is a tueniicr, was
Uw I' through the house Krpecinllt
THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW
a tractive was the table, in tho cen-
ter of which was an immense gold
ring and heart, upon which was
stenciled the S. A. K. symbol, Vio-
lates, the fraternity flower, were
also used in table decoration. After
the first course u trio composed of
Misses Carrio M arable, Itosine
Dicksou and Lyda Clone Black, sang
the S. A. E. Bong "violets," and fol .
lowing tho third conn.o Mrs, Ted I
:i ;wer gave a toast to tie honorce.
Tlio e enjoying this deliuhtful hos-!
pilality were us follows: Misses
Uosine Dick!°.<hi, t'arrie Ma ruble, Vila |
(Irani, Edith Hacker, Je.-.slca Bar-'
loin, Swann Sivley, (leor.'ia Swann
Van Dyke, anil 01.m Athiis; Mosila ine*
Sum Humphre , T. .J B-.iwcra and
In honor of Me.-ihirues C r, Brewer
i.f Los Angeles, Calif., and C. II. Kelly
• f Kansas City. Mo.. Mosdilines E. W.
Bowers and C. T. Walker entertained
"ii l-'rld iv afternoon at the hospitabi"
heme of the latter.
The house was atraetively and ef-
,'eel IVel.V ll ecofil t c ll Witll 111 "IV beilll-
tit'ul ml flowers, furnished by Miss
Sail!" Shackelford. After - vera! in
(cresting games of forty-two the host-
esses wire tissHed by Mesdames
Now I in Watson and Teel Bowers in
serving a delicious luncheon. !#]
During the al'iernoon Mrs Teel h,
Bowers 11 ispeiisell delightful punch.
Those present were: Mesilami * Har- 'If
old Summers. Samuel Allen, L. It. Ho- !&■ 'vimssm^
II. II. I
IS YOUR STORE.
Here you can save many dollars on your fall purchases
I Beautiful Fail Dresses
1 $5.00 and $12.50
# . 1
Newest Fall Footwear
$4.50 and $6.75
Wonderful Showing of Coats
$10.00 to $25.00
| Ladies and Misses Hats
I Ne«/v Yorks Latest Styles
1 $1.50 to $4.98
Beautiful Fall Silk Crepes
$1.00 to $1.50 yd.
Ask for "Gordon" Silk Hose
Complete showing of Men's Wear—Men always look well dressed
when they buy at Doak's
! li i
WOMEN ARE EAGER TO SEE THE -
New Fall Styles
—Ccmo. to Doak's and see them in
new things and please feel under
variety—Ask to be shown these
no"obligation whatever to purchase
There Is No
— With a Willard Battery. There's
continuous, dependable service at all
Genuine 1 3 plate, Willard Batteries—
CHAS. L. GOODMAN
Member Retail Merchant Association
Ml1111.\, Albert Wonley, C.
ll Lennox. Mack Wren, Willard
Moore, A. 1). I-etinox, Sam Humph-
reys, Mary Ble-'soo, Bob Williams,
Charles McDonald, Nowlin Wiifson.
I! K.lly, P. 1,. Brewer. Clarence
Mocker, Otis Hocker, .John Poller Au-
brey, Eugene Black, 10. L. Kirksey.
T.-el Boweir. Hos-; King. Henry Hem-
ingway, J. C. Barton, Minor Bounds,
.1. E, Kunkel, John Barry, E. I' Black;
Misses Zona Sc.iff, Mary Bloodworth,
Bernh r Edwards.
Itamey Price i\,i.s a visitor in Ath-
ens on Sunday,
Mesdames .1 I,. Heed and .T H Me-
Culloeh were visiiois in I'aiis on Sun-
11. I,. McMillan anil Booker Cham-
visitors in Texarkana on
John Mieseh form, r resident of this
Icily but now residing in San Antonio,
visiting relatives here.
Mesdiimes C. P. Signun of Tawton.
Okla., and W. l.yle Blackburn of
Hugo, Okla., who attended the, house
party coniposi d of former students of
Mary ConilO ('•■•liege, have returned
to their resp.'ciive homes.
I i llii,
-Stores of Distinction
THE BOYS SHOP—Anticipating school
days, and the needs of the school boys, we
have supplied our boys shop with the wear-
ables that he will need for school.
Complete Line of SCHOOL CLOU 1ES
Every need of the school boy can be sup-
plied at this stor;*, and the POl .LOCK BL v -
IiNG POWER, makes possible vary It v pri-
j Miss Hazel Maxfield, whu will at-
11r-1111 school at Kidd Key College, lefi
, M .inlay for Sherman.
1 * *
| Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Graves and
1 < .arlie Goodman left Sunday for Dal-
■ where they will spend several
i <1,1 vs.
Miss Lannie Cole Carlos arrived
| Saturday from her home in Qtuinah,
to resume her work in tho High
Maurice Dysart lias returned from
Austin where he received his B. B. A.
i! i.rep from State University.
Mrs. J. T. Roberts has returned from
an extended visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Campbell! of Rchnectady, X. V,
Miss Ruth Ashe, who will again be
iencher of Hn.slish in the High school.
arrived from her home in Athens.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Walker loft
Mondav for St. Louis markets, where
they will purchase stock for their
Mrs. C. H. Kelly or Kansas City,
Mo,, who has been visiting Mrs. C. T.
Walkker for the past week, has re-
Mrs Susie Oailo of Dallas, arrived
Saturday to assume her mw duty as
teacher of Mathematics in the High
,School for the ensuing year.
Mrs. Dave Bagdanov and little Nor-
z.S I niii Ruth Bagdtinov have, returned
home after an extended visit with rel-
atives in Charleston, West. Va.
Miss Mary Ettn Lipscomb, who will
home, economics teaeher in our
High «< boo! this*yenr. arrlvi d Sniur-
H j day froji'i ie.r home in Grapevine.
: Mi s !.ui ille Jeffreys, Spanish teach-
r in tie ; !i •>., .| a .in. has re
turned from I . Wells, where she
Pent the summer with her parents.
Mi:s Vila (liiint left Saturday for
Ifpu.iion win re i ho will teach again
this year. She was accompanied by
Dudley Look who returned liome Mon-
Mrs. Nona Bray and little daughter
Eleanor of Washington, D. ('., arrived
Sunday to visit Dr. and Mrs. li. A.
Dinwiddle several days. Prior to
their arrival they were guests of Mrs.
Deliery in Idabel Okla.
Mrs. C. L. Brewer (if Los Angeles,
Calif, who has been the guest of Mrs.
C. T. Walker, has gone to Duport
where she will visit some,time beforu
i turning to her homo.
Misses Kathcrine Caton ;nul Alvin 4
Barry have returned lion.o from El
Dorado, Ark., where they • were the
house guests of Mrs. T. M. Crawfrod,
formerly Miss Ruth Wilklns of this*
JE Style Shop
Millinery of the better order—Ex-
quisite quality, beautifu colors and of
charm and becomingness that can be
found nowhere else—Priced $2.95 to
$25.00—In our Coats and Dresses we
are living up to our reputation for hav-
ing the highest quality at the lowest
Come see our Novelties—Lots of new
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land \iii .1
\ Soir li T. -.a
— SCHOOL SUITS
with extra pants,
able materials; some
with long pants, and
one knicker, others
have two pair of knickers—$5.95 to $ 14.85.
—BOYS SCHOOL SHOES, High tops, or ox-
fords; light weight or heavy leathers. Made
by the best shoe makers. Star Brand, Endi- (
cott Johnson, and others. Shoes built for
wear are the kind that your boy will need for
school, and we can supply him with the kind
that you want for him— $1.95 to $4.95
-BOYS SCHOOL SHIRTS, and blouses,
complete assortment 50c to . .$1.45
-CAPS, BELTS, HOSE, ETC.
Murphy left. Monday for
he)-.' she will join Mr.
T. i Huvf.ri in a t 1 ir thru
Thcv expect to spend
■ j > orne time in (J.ilv. ' ion, Houston. San
Si i Antonio and in Bryan where Haskell
| (Hover will enter A. A- M. for the com-
§§ j in*? school term. Mrs. E. II. Wilklns
s=| | will visit In Et. Worth, during Mrs.
, Murphy's absence.
The Direct Way
Mattresses and Feathers!
Cotton,Felt and Feather
Mattresses made to
J. L. Martin, Manager
—lends that distinction to your Bread that
makes people say: "Light as a feather"
and that is so hard to achieve with the aver-
age Flour. The price may be a little higher
but you will find that Airy Fairy is well
worth the difference. Ask your Grocer.
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Bryce, A. T. Red River County Review (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 30, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 8, 1925, newspaper, September 8, 1925; Clarksville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth292826/m1/3/: accessed October 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.