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Democrat Journal (Newspaper) - December 30, 1938, Stilwell, Oklahoma The County Official NUMBER 3f|i 's The fan session at Bunch 1 so the first semester was concluded three weeks the very day ill. She had concluded her work for the and to worrying now shell Thiss so much school that she wont be able to graduate services were held 8turday at Akins for Mrs. Nettie age 56, who died Friday nt her in the Bunch about lfi miles south of Burial was in the Akins cemetery under direction of funeral McCoy was born in Nov. 5, 1882. She is survived by bus John K. eral Proctor School Building Storm Cellar Proctor school is a storm cellar enough to house all the pupils a to M Ha county superintendent The Proctor school uses lline teachers and arc Howard Me. and Mrs. Keba S. Kobinson and Miss Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. F. and Miss Mabel Howard were Tahlequah visitors Wednesday | Mrs. Bus Baker and children of were holiday i guests of her Mr Mrs. G. and Mrs. Mogg and children of were holiday guests of her Mrs. Ceo Miss Shannon has returned home Irom a visit to relatives and friends m Tulsa Another rapidly drawing to a is disappearing into that void of to which we mortals reler as The annual event is viewed to hope that worries will not ride so heavily upon shoulders bowed with the advent ol vood or CELESTE KEENE Even though Celeste wasn't present at the exercises at Bunch formal award of the scholarship medal was made to her by John She earned grades during the first semester - ' 1 Celeste has been a patient at the Oklahoma Baptist hospital for exactly two and will be there for several weeks An injury to her received last resulted in an ab and curing that takes Tit A a t ion t o t his paper foi anything else we can use or si the little fellow in swaddling t he y 1 clothes will he hailed with loud and many and varied and Notice to Delinquent Subscribers In the next few days we will revise our subscription and we will be forced to discontinue the ones that are in According to the laws of the department we are not permitted to keep the delinquent subscribers on the mailing If an ' pears in the square your tune has expired on the Democrat Mr. and Mrs. Swift and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Swill ol were visitors Nichols To Reintroduce For Farm tenants Representative Nichols Okla said to-day hr had been working with of agriculture officials orf to aid farm to become The Oklahoma congressman said he planned to reintroduce at the next session of congress his measure under which the government would insure loans for of with mixed emotions T o sounds of revelry those of its to which time has been the passing of the To he you of either old gentleman with the flowing the members of the white carrying the Democrat Journal's wish scythe and the hour will to express our sincerest wishes be somewhat ol a and for the deepest the highest Paul Chambers and Mrs his demise will be attended of the e de of J were Smith with sorrow and To and most satis to whom the year has not been so who have ' ' Mr. and M W. H. Boster the coming but tor all been attended by what we call ( | J of spent the i Christmas holidays with J HAS ' mm Dr. P. Mi I ness visitors lying not only for the coming but for all | % years of your allotted a nd hard saddled with debt ' and cloaked in but j may that be of many years it all have not ceased First Baptist Church Moving Back A- of moved buck to Stil w Silt The revival meeting is going in a great The crowds are The singing is very You will enjoy all the Next Saturday night is to be given to the Baptist college students who are home for The ones taking a part County School Notes Cecil and lie stilted that he j 0f the Clay m shoe i Ruby would return repair | Billy Bob Heloise The are line people | Others that are helping out Mrs. Bertha and we gladly back to 9?/arr/aje Raymond This According to Mr. Clark Area of the the County-wide school repair project will start within t lie nex t ten s. Most schools apparently are closing one week for the Christmas Nearly all schools arc I -j charge s which seem very sat All the dependent rural schools in the county have recently been the Stale Accredit u g tests except olie - ( I No. 4H. The road to this school is tives and friends * V Mr. and Dolle and son and daughter of Fayette ville were week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cly Miss Pauline O'Neal left We have greatly enjoyed sending you this paper and | hope to continue doing so. It I will help us a lot if you will just come in or write us to i make some kind of merits to keep you on the as we do not know whether you want it or Won't you please come We want you to have the 0. E. S. Installation The annual installation of of- Tuesday for Tulsa where she j licers of The Order of the is well planned and will be a DALLAS At the same ceremony in which Celeste received the scholarship Dallas Edwards was presented the citizenship medal for his activities in school and the Bunch is the only union graded school in Adair The school is accredited for a full high school has heen two H. W. Court Clerk Dannenberg issued the licenses since last Sanders 26, Miss Lillian 18; both of Floyd 30, Miss Ruby 18; both of Arthur 21, Miss Eula 18; both of Thomas Martin 21, Miss Martha 20; both of Carney 21, Miss Emogene 18; both of Kalph 24. Miss ma 21; both of Jim 25, Miss Leonell 17; both of Hay 25, Miss Lena 23; both of Cane 21, 21, Teachers and their Federal watch party after the | wood to all other school Our goal for next Sunday is County 200. Will you be one to help reach this The B. T. 1'., goal is 110. We are expecting | attendance report soon all the young people that half of the members of the church or regular attendants in Sunday school and 11. T. U. K. H. are the 111 for rius S of the North Pole made a hurried visit to and it's environs Saturday His generosity was more manifest this year than for many years seems to indicate that bis at the Pole is more than Good lock Ben for the K. C. at and family Christmas visitors at the bis Mr. and Mrs. M. of this is O. M. Co. EAGLE THEATRE GETS NEW SCREEN is em alter spending the holidays here with her Mr. and Mrs. Ross Jack of spent the holidays here with his Mr. and Miss Nellie Wells and rest of were week-end guests in the home ol Mr and Mrs. F. * a student ol A & M. college at Spent the holidays with Ins ther Ed Culver Miss Elizabeth of spent the holidays here with her and Mrs. W A. Clyde manager of the Eagle theatre here us that he recently installed a up-to-date screen for his The new screen is a great improvement over the old and shows a much clearer We have just as good shows here now as yoa will nod where and we are sure the pa. trons of Mr. theatre appreciates everything he is doing toward giving them the very best in goodu clean enters Mr. and Woodruff of spent the days with his Atty. and Mrs. W. A. ern Star will be held at the Masonic Hall January 2, at seven thirty following a supper at the Methodist church annex at six The following officers will be installed by Lillian Fletcher Installing Ocie Installing Alice Installing Mildred Installing Mae Worthy J. W. Associate Bruce Associate Susie i Mary Associate j Marjorie Katy Lee Roxie Maud Roena Bess Mr. and Mrs. Darrell who have been attending school in Kansas City spent the holidays here with relatives and frie Billy Bob Lee of Warner the holidays here with his Mr. and Mrs. Chester ' were Rex Burnett of spent the holidays with their Mrs. I- Toy a student of homa is spending the holidays with his Frank While here he has resumed his duties and his physiognomy is customers with it's r J. U. son and wife spent with relatives and Mo. '
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