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Checotah News (Newspaper) - April 20, 1950, Checotah, Oklahoma The Checotah News VOLUME 8 MclNTOSH OKLAHOMA APRIL 20, 1950 NUMBER 312 City CAPITOL REPORT PROGRAM JUNE J. 1 and teams week with a playoff period between four men teams at the of the The men's teams and Christian R. N. Odd of Com. merce I. G. Donal A ago live persons were Highway a whose been ine haa because this nad con on a charge oil while ne is ouo ao four other were not guilty of any law The m a head - ' was the result of ion the J - He was to to get way May 1. I that all residents of the thb E. E. Kly and Barney HiU the effort to clean up Chamber of j tin cans and other 6n change of for tha about their and annual place in along the have ofi or other property line where preliminary work has b I conveniently picked up by a a- to be by the oir Bogner | council has taken | Stubbs has to the Lions which waj the program and | a general law prepare I cu Ho Koy the Lions hau to all the civic tions of tYo town for terir and expressed the that none of people will to observe the clean jup he and tie city counicil pointed out the of easts thrive in trash and said that many of the and scientific are the the Blue Victor and The managers for the the teams Tiot yrt been In view of the that the costs and twenty five dollars to on a chairge of ten centra per person years of will be made The was about any charge but of the mis so rt bocame to those find in attending to bear a of thp will h a flee of one the polio breed and live in trash and other Certainly it known mat tin cans and empty kinds mo cairry the of A clean meam z. fit .ly Join tJie Paint crusade and make a move Prominent FaTmer Dies At Muskogee Hospital services at tKa Free Will on enrollment and it to pay when their team ' ' not The ruled no under 18 will in the men teams unless he has been rnt of one junior high school stu dents afternoon throuch school will the morning period of The rf the on June 5, at which time the pro gram be nnd fans are looking flor waird to the coming with a A. well and merchant of east of town who died at a hospital early Tues cay T. H. Dixon oft Death was to have been caused from head sustain ed in falling from ihs whSle riding the farm Friday the his fall or his death were never the never 1>etng found by Mrs. Woods lying downward cn tha apparently a short time after he include the two | a no parsing points up for a to be undertaken by the thus patrol will stop of cars on They be looking for two deficiencies carsi 14 percent of homa highway accidents 1949). 2. Drivers who aire still the fact that of j i been homes or Approximately 3,000 have been on cancellation and ii a when ei to the 900,000 in The thoir 3,000 is clearly shown in the single catse the driver who himself and four and intensifying its forcement it the of the to drive si ch wanton menaces from our I Thanks to taken by our ] laBb we now have some laws with in which bite deeply when sonve one who lias been to is found a For the t offense the District SoU Conservation X nave on the farms of W. B. and Leo 1 also one mile Off terraces on his Roy has two miles of The terraces have leauy peen approved tor ponds have been planned on the J. O. grass spring will begin grass Report To Red Cross Quotas Checotah Alice Ed Marlin Mitchell K. o. Swadley Lela trarey f 1., Virgil Ott Stone Dr. Walter Voung Jesste Mae Bogner Stubbs Helen Banks W. A. Billic Mr. Baptist a fine of not less or more than a ' State sentence of not more than 30 ' It is that both the fine and jail sentence can be For second and of of Denny of St. - and a Mrs. Anna of ley two have value of the sum mor | were hcM at the anxious for it to get I for j of Powere I Presbyterian Youne People RaUy To Be HeU Here Young people Jrom the of will meet at the of at 2:30 April 23iyl Rally will feature tailk to the Yoiung People in the afternoon by the Rev. R. Grady the of of the UnL of a The evening session at 6 P. M. will highlighted Iby a by W. of the First of Johnson has spoken in Checotah has many of its central location Checotah was chosen as the meeting Presbyterian Young from and Henryetta 9x10 to George Kitchen Died At Home Kitchen age 84 passed April 16th at 1:00 P. in hio home at four yeum of He is survived by his wife four daughten and one eon Kitchen of Emma tha Joe Jackson of Lester of Wade Smuth of He has 38 great grand He lived lA since 1910. Funeral services will be held at the Assembly of God Mr. and H. C. of and and Mwi Bynum and son left the past weeH end for New Louisiana for a during which they plan to do some deep sea fishing in the Gulf of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. West and Mrs. W. B. Johnson were visitors at Ft. Arkansas last nnd visited at the homo of Rev. C. B. Hoole at on the way C. E. Hoole Dies In Hospital many friends of C. E. were grieved last week to learn of her death which at the Osteopathic at test Thursday after a three weeks were held ing at the Methodist ot with Ira of Muskogee was made at the side of her mother near is od by the Rev. C. E. a daughter Hulse a aon of the 7o7a" the state Raky at Oklahoma 14 15 Ifi. Ronnie Shastid elected vice of the rn which SO stote from and on the east to Stigler on the south and all the clubs to Kansas and The theme of the rally was fam and waa cr around families Reed employee of Un Oil .at Spur Texas loined his two weeks He will b's to the tint of School To Be Held At School The school will hold a nival Friday April at 7:S0 P. M. at the It is for the purpose of for the junior and senior There be plenty entertain for young and Everyone la urged attend and support this brownie GROUP GIVES puppet SHOW The Brownie group of which Miss Helen Bangs is the groups hy W. H. and Mrs. J. S. with a show at Fellowship Hall last The theme of the show was the with Jill Patty Lynn red Harman and playing the Cookies were served at the close the REV. BROWERS RETURNS TO SUNDAY Rev. Walter who has been the two weeks two weeks Illinois attending a school off evangelism sponsored by the General enco of the Methodist will return to here next according to word here this Rev. ers was one of some three were the schooling hv the General the Selections on of merit and ' 25 order of Eastern will hold ceremonies at of not less than or more than and a jail of not lees than 30 days or more than 12 For second and subee quent a is There have been some convictions first second In courts have fixed jail sentences for first offenses in addition to carrying out the atory duty sentencing second of fenders to It as that we have any who are so their own lives and the liven others that they insist on driving when forbidden to do so in the in terest of public we have and the can't identify them by looking at of their nocks as they drive down our That is why there will be a lot of car 0>unty Farmers To Sponsor Soil Testing Program off county are the a soil testing laboratory foir which will a service only at or Complete will be made on five plant foods ac. to a feie will to charg ed to coTor cost chemicals and repay Equipment Uas been at ai cost of The wiU be Al Agent and Dale 01dlu|jin, Assistant Results can pe obtained and a complete will farmers in the right kind of to get most Money is being raised by to the The of running tkc from each the nine oratory will be set up by nine P. M. in the will be notified as to when tte will be class play cast of characters selected The junior sponsors who are Mrs. and Mr. Todd have chosen the production crw for tha play Is They are as Publicity Manager Edith Property Annette and Alice Norman Wanda House Wanda Barbara fam of View Mr. B. Logan Dobson Esther Anna NeWberry Yvonne Wright Dixon MdFarland Biley Norman Kauble Carl Ryan Miner Mr. Todd 2., Neil LeFore H. 0. Emerson Emerson G. D. Ruth Phillips W. H. Rainwater Mrs. Dunlap 51., Thomas Ruth Houston Butler Houston Pugh ton G. ey L. H. Summers and Elmo Wiley tive for the Bed at 57 has and amounts exceeding his The are as E. W. Gilkey Brown Gilkey Flora E. Brown Rev. Joe W. M. M. Rev. C. H- L: Rosie Bell Ballard J. L. 50c, Harry William Hennard and Ben Perry a total W. W. the Hitchita Red Cross had The list were ' H. H. Parson Greenlee Foshee Robert Session Jr. Rov W. Tom Miller Dem. Club Parlor 51:, Curtis Ray Melven lough Cake Walk 43-50, Albert Cook Edd Cook C. Gooch Burl Mae of the Warrior Ol has turned in planting to Mr. xii haa of the ion 01 tit grass fit want grais or 01 ti t to plant bermuda grass for you wiH need to call at thu tiu tne SoU vice Or contact Mr. oti Board of Roy is planting Kud zu roots in a gatly in hiis pasture to control 1. A. D. member of Board of of the tab Soil haj a very fine oX The seed crop will be tor more planting The Soil tr. 1 vice has tit to sever during the past weeks on tne in where 10 has ran on 01 George and the W. K. and W. A. lines have been run on the R. I. West at A diversion hafi on the A. farm east of on Highway 266. Checotah F. H. A. Girls Twenty one F. H. A and their Mrs. and Jessie Rey and one chib mother Mrs. Mcintosh County Singing Convention Convenes 2Zndl and 23tcL The North Mcintosh County ing Convention will convene Satlur and sharing The I day night and April 22nd. fact was brought cut in skit Corm I anl 23rd. at Council HilL A that as an is a | ber of outstanding I entered were allowed each CHECOTAH IN ARK. VALLEY BALL LEAGUE Bogner has keen to manage the Checotah baseball team in the coming they in the kansaa Valley League diamond have been in for the opening three and set ports from the Stubbs camp cate thAt the club is The giame will be with nine 3i foar new diamond havie by C. Stonit in the part of town and work is progress bringing tbt lot up in dition for a class playing Several of the much time at the and they hope to have the in top condition the on May 7. Other the league which aio fee that day are at Council Hill at teams compose the Valley League which had it's season lai t other bamn and organisation teams in this to the this but the team managers that to adimit them would addad and expenses which were to league is the National Federation of Baseball most ateur and fans feel greatly to Mr. for his of land for the new and have publicly Omt appreciation for the loan of the wai the understanding that it would be in case owner decide te it. - Musicians Good Showing at Festival Checotah High School received a rating of at the Band Contest was held at 13, which makes the eligible comi tm the state contests at Norman May 3. by the included the march of Man's bs to thm from the twirler Doris Jones a rating of Wanda Iraland wae rated The two ion Wynn and Bobbie ' member of kind of a family and the kind of family meamber each one is determines the kind of a munity and nation that we live in or can build to live in. Missi Betty Etheridge of Crossett on are the Builders of Another highlight in speeches was given by the president of tha New of the Negro club to Their and purposes ane high goals are the as Oklahoma has 10,000 F. H. A. and was started with one club at by Miss Mary Brussell in 19Q2. happened to the None of the Bke but whero did all the cracker crumbs seeds and cheese glasses come Wanda decide which of. a boiy to take along so she took enough to Ila met at by a handsome black headed but what HaT in her hoels after the firat hour Cobb and canted her Wbo sleeps late ot At eight eight were late for Wbo won the canasta Norma Sands I wonder why Cobb and Ronnie Shastid their a ac. Mary J Rountree got ged asd the had to Poor Petc how did ho ever get home with so many Lice ' Nan Kennedy and Vanda Gramlich got left but they found at Monkey Island at Lincoln The and mother were not so spry looking by 6:00 P. M. REV. AND WILLIAMSON ACTS Rev. and O. 0. haye requested the News express their the and for the and the acts of they Rotty htt and entered in the cotest as only M be Lonnie B. and his of The Sharp of * Wen from ber The AH Indian quartett c. a I- j I Mrs. B also were from and a number of other Semi the ten who with everyone invited to come and - - - bring well filled A time Ss expected by W. A. Emnest Vice and Patsy 30 Is For Seed April 30 has been set w a date for Mcintosh County fo request on all seed carried as a practice under the 1950 E. L. County PMA announced this All who in purchasing these seed Apply at the PMA office that BAND WILL GIVE FIRST ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT director of the Checotah High School has that the group will present if a annual at the oa the of at The to foe wai both transcriptions and music for of the concert wiB by the four the Misses Wanda LKm Jones and in the has has beek by of the and has been led to believe that a win ' r I Mr. and Blogan and family of are his and Mrs. this Two voice Nancy and Mfes Sue rated and took They and Johnny tha iMi Mis wati Miss aie of Niles Tiie 1 dents wSll enter state On at on April 27, aud contestants wSV aft on May 2, 4, 6. ' and piano students in which makes contestants asd large contestants are grateful Mesdames J. W. Chestar R. I. Ed J. W. Ireland for 1 1 - Jess Sheriff who is nov on his third tenn as announced ted he will be a candidate for for tba office of on the ticket in the has served as Chief of Police la sinec he vna appointed to fill out an unexpected has to the majority oft two no he In nto record an in andt
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