Big Basin Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1972, Muldrow, Oklahoma BIG BASIN HERALD SUCCESSOR TO THE MULDROW Number 30 VOLUME 7 Oklahoma 74948 January 20, 1972 NORTH CENTRAL REEVALUATES MULDROW SCHOOLS 1 Pictured is Mr. Chapman of the State Department ot Education as he leaves the speakers stand last Sunday night at the North Central Banquet heid in the Restaurant dining Mr. Chapman Had introduced the committee members present made the re-evaluation report on the Muldrow The North Central Association is active in 19 states Central Section of the ed th torre the requirements a schools membership in exceeds those set up by the It had it's beginning in 1895 and ins Oklahoma school to become a member was Muskogee Central in 1904. The purpose of the association is to better the criteria of the schools in it's The are made every seven years and a composed of 23 state instructors and faculty were here for this years inspection of the Muldrow Bonnie Rogers gave an interesting well a very comprehensive report on the schools philosophy and it's Mr. Cornell Gilstrop to the how the s click munity civ ther ter educational anc the a better place to Rev. Davis gave the was by the High School Mr. Henshaw gave the welcoming ALBERT AIDS HEART FUND DRIVE House Speaker will serve as Honorary Chairman of Oklahoma's Heart Fund Drive this His was announced Wednesday by Heart President George Jim State campaign In the said he hoped all Oklahomans die heart suffered know the and discomfort and the agonizing weeks of Albert was one of the lucky Many Oklahomans In of the Oklahomans that died of heart tod a heart in 1967. Following seven weeks confinement in a Albert announced he would his responsibilities and later Speaker of the In 1971, h received the American Heart Association's Heart o Year award from The award is given annua fly to a distinguished American nade important contributions to nations welfare despite a Of heart Albert said the theme of this year's is the Big and announced that more than 15,000' Oklahomans will be working in the He said proceeds from the Fund Urive will help support more than In Oklahoma Muldrow School Election Tuesday On January 25, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:QQ p. the patrons of Muldrow public Schools be privileged to vote on three levies for the operation of the school as well to vote for a Board member for position No. 2, It would be virtually impossible for our schools to operate without the 5 mill building fund the 5 mill emergency levy and the 10 mill local support We urge come to the polls on January 25 and vote yes on all three Only tax payers are to vote for the 10 mill local support The usual voting places at ' the Elementary School and the gymnasium will be Thank vou for supporting your PTA CHILI SUPPER Thv will sponsor a January 5 10 7 p.m. It will be in the high school Along with the Chili will be a soft drink and cole slaw for the cost of per and 75 cents per All kinds of homemade pies will be available for 25 cents per Bring family and come eat with us before the basketball game with for heart research next public education of heart professional education and community Albert made the comments while City Wednesday taping television and radio spot's for the February Heart Fund He was presented a1 plaque of appreciation preceding the CUB SCOUTS MEET 24th The Muldrow Cub 1,2, and 3 will hold regular on Tuesday - - mentary school at 7 p.m. in the games of skill and all parents and friends a A th blue and gold banquet which will be held in February not yet been set but it will be in the paper when we have more information on MERRILL IS 1972 C of C PRESIDENT About 75 persons were present at the Chamber of Commerce Installation of Officers arid banquet Saturday night in the dining room of the Mabray served as master o Rev. Roy the Leon Merrill was for 1972 and outlined his plans in a short Slates Dances Friday 4 Saturday The Veterans of Foreign Wars will sponsor a teen dance Friday night from 8 p.m. until midnight at the V FW Building U.S. Highway 64 of The Revelations will furnish Fred spokesman for the VFW said the dance would be well A dance for the general public will be held Saturday night from 8 until with Coon Ch ristie and the Cherokee Cowboys playing country Everyone is invited to Sales Tax A Sets Record High Municipal sales tax disbursement had a record high for In the immediate Muldrow received City Gore and 840.23,. Mr Merrill presented a 10 joint rogram as bis goal he Chamber in 1972. Other officers for 1972 are Jack Vice Jean and new Board Starr Paul George Ralston and Ed Guest speaker was Mr. Collier President of OK Feed Miils OK Processors in Fort Muldrow HE Meets The Muldrow Homemakers Group had regular monthly meeting at the of Mrs. Lawton Thai January 13, with a covered dish luncheon at the noon The devotions was given by Mrs. Beulah taken from Matthew 5:15. The treasurer report was given by Mrs. Beulah Bethel in the absence of Mrs. Billie The roll call was answered on how I keep important Mrs. Geneva Barrow was elected Vice President to fill out of Mrs. ] Earl Ludwig who moved The Muldrow group will be at meeting to be hold at The door was won by Mrs. Elizabeth demon strati on un how to maKe a wrap around pant skirt was on home business also given by he Extension Mrs. Mary J The lesson was on home business also given by Mrs. The next meetin will be February 16 at the home oi Mrs. Bernice Members Betty Marjorie Arlene Cora Althea Ellen SIT K '