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Checotah News (Newspaper) - December 21, 1950, Checotah, Oklahoma The Checotah News VOLUME 9 McINTOSH OKLAHOMA DECEMBER 21, 1950 NUMBER 18 PRESIDENT SAYS Former checotah Man NATION IN CRISIS i Dec 12 has been here of Last when President TWi- death at his at Sulphur man tho nation over tha on Dec. 14, radio he a message of gnm Checotah to the American people in 1^.5 and mun. who had regard to tha which in jn health for some ens the He lay down t were held at tain rules 01 and Paul's Methodist Church in the our nation is about to last Thursday December 14 witn Rev. W. S. and interment was made in the in that Jennings was born July 12, 1871 take to ward off that now fates It may be from the President's speech that Washington has at last up with of the people that Korea | to IS definitely than a in where i he engaged n the cotton buying and list IS p Most of us have conceded that 2". years huge been He high places our government m of the and other important But those mi takes are in past ana We have a vary eat demand thoughts include tihe Mrs. Our big job as af now ic of the one to get out of our ' one Mrs. T. A. Conyers of and two grand APTITUDE TESTS GIVEN District Soil News our necks and our Andl that is not going to be Only by our united solidly supporting whatever program we be called upon to put effect cain we hope to a vert the danger which -As we must give our bo to the effort is being and VOWS READ SUNDAY E. A. The City by the guidance division of Oklahoma A. & M. are setting up a plan ci guidance for benefit ox in the which L designed in planning their in school and after plan giving a serice of tests to each of the These tests are then scored amd by the college guidance and the results to the school for the boith the students and 111 planning future activity of students the I ol hia school years and after The tests are now being given to the of the and Senior at the high school The Junior and Sophomore classes receive the in Senior as the at the of school each The program is tor ithe fit guidance oS the and not be used in determining or from high to school Fled C. Parents who are interested in the outcome of the ara invited 10 leel free to check results 33 aoon as they have been returned to the school The Board of of thei Checotah boil have a of raie SILVER HARVEST TO XMAS AWARDS The of the of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce which the Silver Harvest Day in met on Tuesday of week to ' ' special awards for four of the STOBT HEADS Board of ci Chamber of held their first official meeting on Tuesday of this week for the pose of the ot il Tne it decked the the the I the supporting merchants being I ing and discussing other mat. lative to soil j to use SUver harvest Day - A similar in two vey IS being made by sou dollars each on each of ion ihe The fact that sou imade by Dick president of the and vation 13 so vitally important to all j supervisor of the little in agreeing oii people has revealed that a majority of Harry Chenault as It IS the plan cf the ot merchants were a-i and Diok Grumpier as tera which The group quickly agreed upon H. C. one the the of the Chamber of to be made to out open at an will be of and potential Let the S Freshmen planning a takes amd neglect otf the past bft I v of study in high school forgotten in the task that is now before America needs man and woman to do his or her bit the accomplishment of goals that may be set for ( daughter of Mrs. J. bride of Cpl. Carthel son of Mrs. Ralph Sands and the late Mr. The vows were Although we awakened late in ' altar with greenery and the we may yet have tima baskets of white to carry thoRe by sevem branched whith will aaf us Miss Evelyn those elements which would about our bring Band and Qee Club To Give Joint Concert j The combined talents of the Hi h Band and the Glee Club will be featured at a concert at ihe high school played thc wadding and accompanied Miss Ruth orium on Friday afternoon of this Our country does not want | who sang 1 Could Tell ac to Bob Key What nation has anything that tha Lowell directors of the two people of the Slates would 1 and 'The Lord's arranged I The program of the do not want 1 hy | evening will be the rendition of the slavery of the bride was given in iated of or the by her who accompanied ridden poverty of jier to the Her formal and We dont want gown of white brocade but since there are of was rulers of nations who it is up to us the be perpetually prepared to those who would Our young men for their own good and be trained in the fundamentals of military tactics in order that they may be prepared to carry on defensive at any time of Our people must be schooled in mass co-operative effort on the home front in order to give the support to Ihe defensive a miracle can remove the necessity for able bodied youth in the nation having more or less military The needs several million men right now to form the of defen e as thie war clouds gather over the But we must wait can be and it might od that we do not have that much time H In spite of the grim outlook for the the American people are not discouraged and are arising to the emergency characteristic They will find a if there be to surmount the difficulties and overcome the dangers that and if wortt comes to will make the supreme sacrifice to preserve those purposes and which were first brought into existence by our forefathers whose brought into being the nation which all others in the world SUPPER CLUB HAS GAY CHRISTMAS PARTY Mr. amid Mrs. Jay J. entertained the members of the per Club With a lovely party last Saturday The home was decorated with the Yuletide colors and on the mantle and Christmas The members gathered at the home proceeded from there to Edythe's Cafe for a Tho tables were gay with red green candles for center Following the dinner the returned to tho Blackburn home for the main event of the the Present were and E. H. John Bussell C. P. W. it Sharpo and W. and Messeni Ralph and of OklahomA ' Dryden of arrived for a visit with her and tha with seed and her 12:00 Christmas as arranged by Paul Yoder amd will weeks of careful preparation on the of the and The program will start to supply to the and the These with the Board of for tiie school two made at the will the hurries there is no reference hour on Another den of the work of the organization on soil two awards were made during the coming mattn and two more awards will be made | officers in ne Checotah High School report on and their willingness to Oo has beein received by the Board of Mr. Crumpler has called a their part in every lists a ing- of the merchants are has betn 01 on toil taking part in the Silver Harvest and iai Day ani any that the school has shown may be at I position at the meeting his business from being a ity that has betn Ray a Board of resigned hid Linat Lue lias - 1 at exhibits at the Sute Theatre on 1 soil Ihe Checotah 27, at iO a. M. for the purpose 01; School has had to determining their will 1 nif the ter contests and oilers a the future of the program complete study of sou are urged to vation in the 1 The Board of POST OFFICE WILL ing erosion 13 a problem CHRISTMAS and one that citizens of - country should in atw W W hunter and m staff wrill give further schools in the problem before the the citizens of on morning when Terrace lines will be on the for duty as usual W. B. Simpson farm near on the of 8:30 and o- ing- his tenaces witSi a team and r ' ' ' In making the announcement of meetings of the and that he would prefer to way for some other who could spare the time required to thie Board Tha other members reluctantly agreed to accept and pointed Fred Ribelin otf the tah News to his J. P. tho was but town when Tuesday meeting was H. C. at the had mas diligent in the his duties his in ' maKine uie - anid in spite of some Tne terraces will spill on a Mr. Hunter said that the one of which he may well been run on C. H. faim west of King has plowed a fireguard his 240 la to this has cut all tho sprouts m his This pasture is carrying several head of Mr. Hunter said the had very co-operative and patient during the Christmas rush and that the employees desired to show their by giving tha morning Hunter also expressed best wishes cattle now out has the capacity force to all the patrons of tho office for a bright veil of bridal illusion was by a Both the band and glee club have Juliet of white She j decided progress under the carried cascade of The bride's Miss Lee was maid of honor and Mrs. William Meyers of tho former Miss was matron of wore gowns were fashioned like the Ibride s. Miss dress was of brocade and she carried a half circlet of and a woie cluster of Uve same flowers m her Mrs. were blue the direction of the two and those plan to attend are of Ol interesting program of and many The 20 acres of Kentucky Fescue planted last fall on Houston's farm is holding its own curing this dry In to being a grass stands the fescue is probably being supplied moisture mulch on the ground has retained and happy MET WITH W E. SCOTT Tho Society of Christian Service of the Church met with Mrs. W. E. last Thursday Mrs. Coals gave an carnations and her devotional and Mrs. Harvey Parker 1 of read the htory Littlest o The bridesmaids were the Misses The high school girls glee and Jane direction of Lowell of the bride at sang a otf Christmas homa College for lieu of a Christmas Ann the bride's each ' brought a and suitable for a and the sisters of were sent to the and and Delois of The bridesmaids wore identical length gowns of blue with lace over Jitted bodices matching lace They tarried crescent of carnations and wore in thoir The candle lighter was Miss Ina of who was attired 111 a Hills Methodist The silver service and the holly table centerpiece ana white candles made a pretty setting for the were to W. Lionel E. V. Roy J. J. Fletcher R. J. N. E. W. E. Lowell Max L. H. L. C. R. W. bite taffeta arui the Orville Russell little Miss Ruth p Russell who wore a delph blue and scattered yellow rose petals a- long the Neal a cousin of tho groom best and the ushers were Jones of Lester of Ft. John C. Jack and Donald Terry of The mother of the bride chose a navy blue suit wore a corsage of pink The mother of tho wore a navy crepe The of the bride a reception immediately following Tho bride's table was centered with a three tiered and bowls of cut glass were placed at each enj of the The Misses POWERS ADDING CAR TO EQUIPMENT J. P. by his grand John B. Die tson of left last Saturday for Ohio to pick up a new Delux Flexible Buick funeral car which Mr. Powers recently to be added to tho of the Powers Funeral The new is of and will add greatly lo the of the Mrs. C. C. Williamson reports that Bobbie Pauline and Walter Grimes Ok condition ai an for assisted in Lo Jernigan was in of HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB MET WITH MRS. LILES The Home Demonstration Club met 15 in tha of Alma LUes for the Christmas Twenty-eight mem two otf them five and several weie The club to have another food sale at Newcomer Land in per f proceeds to be to the church building The sale will be next the the club enjoyed a hour and gift The meeting then to meet January Id m the heme of Mrs. V. M. Merry from the club to Mrs. reporter DAUGHTER AT LUNCHEON LAST WED. Mrs. C. C. entertained at a one o'clock luncheon on 13, in lionor of htr and grand Albert iMiss Dorothy Ann who recently returned to the States after spending a number erf years in the Republic of South Present were Mesdames J. 0. L. C. Jo N. and R. GIRLS BOYS LOST IN BASKETBALL PLAY Coach girls another victory to tho list on Tuesday evening of this week when they want ahead ot the Hanna girls 50 to 27 as a curtain raiser ifor la conference Lo Jernigan was in charge the bride's For her the chose a white wool suit and she wore a of The make their home temporarily at Ft. where Cpl. Sands ia operation for removal of a tumor several weeks Miss Martha left thb week for to spend the with bier W. W. SPENDING CHRISTMAS SEASON IN NEW YORK Miss Dorit teacher in the Tulsa City accompanied by her Elva B. of tha leaving Sunday for New where Dorli will a speech as representative of the Tuha school Will Rogera High For Mrs. the trip is a gift from her Tney will visit relatives while in the Mrs. Ada Harrison returned the first of the from a teh days visit with her Mrs. Beuna Barker and Bessie Wynn and at New Mrs. Mae Tuesday of this week Jat the homo of her Dave andj tho Oklahoma Natural Gas Employees Dirnier An employees dinner meeting of the Muskogee of the Oklahoma Natural Gas Co. was held Monday night at the Masonic according to P. V. District The meeting was attended by employees and their or the comprising the including Stigler and A talk by the company Joseph and other followed the was a very according to J. local of the VOWS EXCHANGER LAST SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gordon announced marriage of their to Russell son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. at the of the Justice of Peace at Ft on December 16. The ceremony was by the bride's parents and the mother of tho who accompanied the couple to Ft. The young people are at home in the Rosendahl and plan to their school he a Connors and at Checotah High V HAS PETITIONS FOR St ATE VETERANS BONUS Kermit Milam baa advised that members of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars have tions asking for the calling of an election to on granting a bonus to veterans of World Wars I by the state of those who wish to sign the petition should see Warren Hill at or Bual White at the Lebure The out that many states have already granted bouses to the veterans of the two war's and that should do Mrs. Gertrude 01 a few days this week with Carl who a hip last summer is able to be up with the of ' By request of Misa Mamie will ga to Mrs. Vera Duncan at for 19S1. Miss the News an excellent Christms out of town between the Indians and Checotah baU tossers had Bittle in taking care of the visiting arid the scoring was pretty dividi ed among The came out khead of the Wildcats in ther main event of the iS to 40. The seems to ba having in into the conference for some season or but they have not suffered any humiliating defeats so most stores having been closa enough to be Last Friday 15, the Checotah girls were in Vau where they were nosed out 43 m a last second saore by the home team which a one point margin tha local girls had just before final The boys were in Stilwell the same evening and bame out the short the score in TEXACO GRILL The Texaco owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Ben is being remodeled and expanded this to tho proprietors to offer improved service to The program building additional space in the rear a of the Into a private dining and luoch with a seating capacity of approximately The grill is to bci open about 15. Mr. Mrs. D. L. Richwine of arrived in city last Saturday to spend the days with their Mrs. Bea SCHOOL BANDSMEN TAKE PART IN BAND ' t Four members of the High school topk part ih thai concert and one menin ber of the group was present for observation at the two Iday blaind which was held at on Friday Saturday and lasn Throe of the Checotah were chosen to play .in the band and Danny was selected as an myne * bass in tha school bands tha maw cert under the direction otf IXi New Ray
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