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Stilwell Journal (Newspaper) - January 7, 1944, Stilwell, Oklahoma L JOURNAL ADAIR 7, 1944 6c PER COPY Opens On January a D. N. Wilis Passes Away Daniel M. Wills was horn in the slate of Missouri Dec. Rites Held for Dana Yoe The Co. Officials Church From 1K3I. 1 ie was married lo Miss ihe home of her Bess year 111 I u 11 make tin will open up in and to this union Burns following follow in- N Resolution Stilwell for Adair a brief Ward industry which has been badly | 1;ili< wilh She was a member of e wil needed Tor quite some that 1 r i * ri i 1 years Came Ark. Presbyterian 10 years 1 She had made Tier home here lesy This hatchery be owned made his home lor those w it h her son I oc and y dm he y ear and operated by Titus A. n| m - i o. I. ( who has served as ( Mrs. Dana Yoe was born July In order that the County As we enter upon this New died Dec. 2 , nl ials nia y I In- best out of I he doubt less all of us an with some Bui we can also look back with a deep sense of | ore. The es life hi ing I I 11 I every ( oil r | s. I i 11 siin ihle lo the people of | 1 Ml ii g ll a p p y ii i es is si i full of hoi li I I C I hal man v ' o. i i i ' - friends while here who are deep Agent in Adair Co. April ( u 1st, 1941, and was Co. Agent m ' Cherokee Co. 6 yrs. w hose life Willi ml enl lolls who di aw s I ra i is a good by he know his hi 11 ills or else he never would have designated op as from the i s ' i sa I | o make cry j w ith ions o learn of her 11 I I ai r. imparl 1 good ml en m will ma iv ing her are her son 11.( he I pi nl and mil I limine | In a w oi d I inl en I ions do not ' middle remaining a member i if I his plai e and oilier near I luillier i esol v e 1 make up I he w ] i In He is trying to resign in. 1,,'fa.t intentions county as Co. agent and will put o'clock service was held ai war el the Ins entire lime in on the new 11 is our opinion that he | es n his passing bv Skinner 1,,- I he v i.e so u e have can be as much help to Hie ar 1,|in,^ll|,,. M u ales ' menl al Cane 1 I- v of ' Program in this in ' s result which has in his former ' Inc. I lie ol hei a I. pre- ii iii s I 11>l I lhat I he ( o. Is I Ilea en He has had a number of years m w BUSineSS Women S of practical experience in I Ik poultry industry as well as four years technical course al the Oklahoma A. College j I him in deal h eral years 11 is age w as eai s j 1 h da s s. nil v i. e w as held in w ill a v or d in I lie ( bur. Circle Meets ' 1,1 1111 sol I 1 i i I 111. 1 I he ( arch- 1 ll iii 1 If I to pro 11101 e are I - In lal ol I Males C. H. ( barley of 1-T-l I I 01 iner Jack Pace of I 011 ( hie And I he church had from the Poultry I His poultry knowledge ' W V 1 widely known and highly respect w. | by the people in especially the two lum m work that he has served as Co. make a happy Adair and In PMa the Hatchery be his U- ' ' operated under the was in 1 ( 1 nient of Agriculture and the charge as her Poultry Improvement It will not operate under that plan the year due lo the fad that it is already loo late to go into the All of his flocks will be blood tested for pullorum A majority of them will have the record of performance roosters in the All of the White and ideals the some in the 11 11 d a ii I but man of 11, -n i h v ing I I 11 i k. I 11. I a. i lie n berg I o | hen I I a a 111 I he Cm I ( |i I k c I ends 1 Die at | | 111- 111 e a lo ll s I M * i i o 1 I i ii I i 11 ' II i I o i I people i he j i null y for I he year nay h i v e i 1 ol accept ahl v ha I | I I J. I eil on r sei e ' I I a - i ill I j commit tee chairmen elected and We shall sei e I lie he deep and bet I - r in | In- v than 1 Have we I hoi i eh I in | to remain in our m ( s al I s. vv bile W Clerk's Office News Marriage license issued the past week by O. H. Court anil Mrs. Pearl legal Okla. One parly issued license did horn flocks will be mated with R. 0. P. which means wanl they are from bens that in District Conn been trap nested and proven Orlando Miller vs. Board of lay 200 eggs or j Comity He has brand new 1'' und should be able to produce the best kind of In addition to the chicks he will have all kinds of poultry supplies and a good line of He invites his many friends to come in and see the new Gordons 635 K W. D. C. Dear 1 certainly like your new name for your Our paper is coming regular and we do enjoy reading the home town and county We have another al our me is William j lbs. 8 me town paper ys in Service mie 1 Weil Baby Clinic and Well Baby held at the Health on 19W. Clinics will to 12:00 and 3:00 y Lee returned to 4, after spending the W W Campbell vs. O. A. Suit lor possession of land and I ( I v e I e y HI I'M 1 lie same 1 i i o i i - 11 11 ii t. W Mil e I Is. 1 agreeing lo serve Mearle Mrs. B. y Mrs. ( ( y Mrs. Mrs. Bi van Miss era ' ENGINEERS TURN OVER Mrs. Opal j SIX AIRDROMES TO Library and FORCE Mrs. Winburn Hendricks was appointed secretary and Altera well-planned and a program wilh all members taking j were served I ra v s. I o i I oo I mie | e. | | hal way it. Next vv will I Theater i .I ( al I ni led Miles engineers in Britain recently I ov er ix lo the 1 Man - ii I is in i Mrs. Bryan \u A II ol I lie all w ere hall the group lo her home for the j ( February and Mrs. Orr oy Phillips vs. volunteered lo present the granted decree ol div W. W. Floyd Adair and Briggs appointed Jury Commissioners for the year Chalk Bluff Boy King of the I S. N av y has been home on leave for the Roy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Keen of Chalk Iris and four of Roy's were there lo help make his Christmas We know they hud a very happy Fugene has been visiting friends and the past week in Hoi Ark. Miss Myrtle Carroll left Tuesday for New York Myrtle is to take Root training She enlisted in the a month ago and received her orders to Rest of luck Miss Wanda Lou Ritter spent with her grandmother in Her Mrs. Virgil and Patricia and Jim Ritter spent the day P. C. Hancock gave a New Mrs. week School Bus and Auto Collide An automobile and a S. 11. S. bus met wilh a jam and crash here Monday resulting in the injury of u 7 yr. old girl and a cur. The accident occured when the car which was being driven by Mrs. Titus und the bus driven by which was full of collided al the intersection of north 3rd and Cedar St. 7 year old Mary Francis Manasco received a minor Considerable damage was done lo the T. Leatherwood Dies Lee Leatherwood of this plate was notified Wednesday of the death of his Taylor Leatherwood at Tulsa early Wednesday Mr. Leatherwood was well known here by the and they wUI be grieved to learn of his sudden 11c is I I tour as bomber the buill by American engineer ion i wilh Bi il ish w a In million 1 vv I v 11 V e p |V ol I lish i mm 11 y most 1 v I ai hav e ihe making of these attack Among the Army who look part in the dedication on the fields 1st Ll. Landen Route 3. Okla. Beil News There is a bit of ing iii this John Henry Kirk I o Fvv ing and W assie 1\ester moved to John 11. Kirk's Mr. and Mrs. 1.liner Black has returned from Texas where they hav e been picking cot Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bob Kester and family Irom Texas Jun. 1, where they hud been picking be blessed wilh 1 In- unity and I he aNI j i ruin ng into his with the pie of ( our name ma v be 1 on the Boll of snine i lunch in ' Ibis y. 11 il is I will you be at y on r pod of * 1. 11 v and ' or will you say little more a 111 lie more a li 11 le mm tiding of the hands deep he most uis | ici in f. our i y i I ( t I on I lie bring the ease in e lov ing lieu al So wilh I he ch urch and - i I he i-l is no bearer to the i v Bull he I nl aid is a hindei am v. you know an is one w ho i- ill In 111 of this statement lei ev y examine himself We are asking thai y oil be in your place in Religious build our lus so lhat when our boy s come back they w ill not hav e lo look tis in the face and say betrayed our io to the church of yoin c. Jan. 1., make it the habit of your lile to al lend h t he real n inc of the churches of I extend to you sincere I make the e appeal on I he basis of isl ian fail h. Pastor Methodist chinch The democrat party of Adair Rob und family J county will hold meetings in each Olt Moten und family visited precinct next Jan. I lib John W. Moten | | p. m. to elect u Chairman and Miss Callie j Wynona left Tuesday I A w ill held al iwo Fort Smith uho have lagged al i. ei s - on a di manhunt s \i kom i to and and Standing They .no ail spontaneous menij s ol I he id y to Resent I lal Top a I lills Prod in I. couldn't be from 1 ia r. y ed. er 111,-,I 1 That means he the ( Thai vv bile collard I any 1.....1 jn i in in I y would him up and him mi I. why the er in I kit is a cil y Vile probably even curies a From the ( N Bland was equally never asked for a habeas for any Mat he i heard t he 1 le iso t the from the Cook That k haired That w it h a neck 1'eV say Flat Top is from I he One chew of o and Mai He might be from anywhere else but Top ain't from the Not those across the i iv ei he ain I. One more spontaneous member of the society pul in lui .No Cherokee in that Mat Soul Invest Two Million Flatirons Coming program to make two million I lal uis i i v ilian use in has been approv ed by I his amount w ill not come up lo ii i Ion but it w ill i he hardships caused t y I wo years of almost no It will probably be six months before many of these irons will reach Pvt. Tom Fourkiller of tho Air stationed in is visiting his Mrs. Martha Fourkiller of Route 2. - i Kansas where they Jan. al 2 p. in. at the f a lormer resident of this i Year e eve party ior the young 3Ury:ve(j hia uJ j will attend people of this j EH Hall and family and Chairman and a the square below ves went to town | Democrat Central Your Subscription Court House to t a county has expired if an X is marked in reported a good is home on Mr. and Mrs. Clayton from the U. S. We j left week end for * you after an extended visit Miss Mable Green of the city the week end with with relatives and Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Duncan Muskogee relatives here over Please in once and | j week I new to keep your paper J
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