Ada Weekly News, December 6, 1934

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December 06, 1934

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - December 6, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIVADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1934 NUMBER 36KENNAMER CASE TAKES STARTLING TURN Jury Finds Stonewall Man Guilty of Murder of Drug* In August TWO PLUS OF GUILTY Court Makes Rapid Disposition Of Old Ca«es Still on Docket Will Exempt Two Bales For Small Farmer and Simplify Enforcement Machinery WAGONER MAN, VICTIM OF HOLDUP BY FIVE YOUTHS, POINTS FINGER OF ACCUSATION AT YOUNG SLAYER SHES FOO PARITY Believes by Cutting Surplus Industry Will Be Put on Even Keel Eighteen Places Selected in Pontotoc County For Dec. I 4 Ballot 11 ruin J ii iv in ai %\ e«lit« «t!n *'n Unlit | t h*' ca -** of ]jeu Viii tnai g***i uitli murder iii conin ion with the slaying of Kit Austin at stonewall August found Young guilty aud (ism fried the penalty al IO years the state penitentiary. The case went to the j Tuesday night. The juts re iii J ii r * airted wea ns findings ai I i;, o clot nesdav afternoon. Young took the announce ti! the verdict and penalty the sam** calmness that marked his conduct dun nu trial, including his time on witness stand. Austell, Stonewall and husband iii a Young,    was    slain    tat* night of August in. Young    wen    altun    in when two pistol shots one striking him in til other in the head. Young {dead* t self d* fen e, a legihg that .Mutell had start* toward    him    with    an    ice    pie tIi**ii turned    lo i table    in    who dri gi cta * t iggj > I JAIt I * Sa I i ii rd H* cl I HIO wen* fir* <* sid* * t Fat** of tin* Hank head cotton control bill for the coming year will he decided Friday, Decetiller It. when cotton fanners and their lait ti lords    vote on    whethei or    not    to continue tin*    product ion control prog ram started this yea r. In Pontotoc county there will in* is places for voting. I lave being selected to make it conman cement for those interested in with {cotton production to ballot, batt Almost Minn fanners and land tin * lords ate eligible to vote as a the result of tin* Hank head program Sin    this    count}    during    the past 1st season. oi i Each farmer or landlord coming to vote on continua * .. ot the program must bring his card along iii order to tie allowed to vote. Where a landlord has a farm in    on**    county    but lives ut au loi lur. In* w ill vole iii I he county WARM SPRINGS. Ga., Dee. 5 j i.1*> President Roosevelt leaves lits southland study home today iii inly committed to tile new deal I experiment to bring parity for; farmers through acreage control, i Mr. Roosevelt is convinced i there are little surpluses abroad because of increased synthetic l>recesses there, and that the way! out for American fanners is lo j adjust consumption to demand, 1 thereby bringing about fair ecu- j no rn ic prices and through this means raising tin* standard of jiving, and. consequently, increasing tin* buying power at home. 'lins fundamental policy, un-1 (iou b ted I y to be pursued wit Ii vigor in the future effort to help farmers, is tile result of months I Fitts South Extensioners Under Control After Blowing This Morning TO ACIDIZE JESSE WELL Crosbie No. IA D. Harden in Bromide, Probably Complete by Weekend Disclosure May Lead to Unexpected Developments in Tangled Murder Case COUNTY ATTORNEY SPEAKS Hints Motive of Gorrell Slaying May Have Been Gang Revenge on Quitter Pittstown Riot Proved A Fizzle County Boom Town Closes Down At ll) O’clock Investigation Shows SEES VICTORY An excited voice hist night about It o’clock telephoned th*’ I sheriffs office that a “regular ! knockdown and dragout fight'* I was going on iii a cot house i’i ' Pittstown. j Armed with “billy clubs" and I other necessary paraphernalia a “force" was despatched to tho scene, and this is what they j found: H. D. 1. WORK Two grocery store men in a Suggests Offer of Compromise j buying groceries. Three men in a four-stool More Than 200 Women Active in Adult Clubs in Past Twelve Months WORK RAS 'STOOR OR' Drouth and Depression Overcome by Cheerful Determination of Women Indicates Opponents Recognize Defeat cafe TfLSA, Dec. 5 LTM filii Ken-nanier, lit, federal judge’s son charged with murder, allegedly was identified today as one •»f five youths who robbed Basil James of Wagoner, Nov. 28, the day before John Gorrell was slain Housing to Be Main Stake in here. RELIEF TROUBLESOME (From \\ **«lni‘s«la> *s Hail;, I Two wells in the Fitts field southeast of Ada, both of them south extensioners and so very much iii the center of Interest in the area. caused some trouble Wednesday morning. The Ed Moore No. I .Smith, in by tin* survey during his stay drawer reposed a He said that Ii* the store to ha v< Austell regarding t roubles. Tile prosecution accusation t ti at it intention ol killing t that Young borrow e and went to he s closing time. Disposition of Ollie t he criminal d* eke! undertaken Moi day court left only me through today ; lid into!. had j a ta HOUK* ;one t* k will I ti iii11 j pushed was with drugg a {»is iii w same Ii av,** a not I (id; neb Ii** would ; moved er sine* *d. Polls will la* ope tm th** morning of ami close at 5 o afternoon. In Ada voting • at til* courthouse. co iii iii unities places is residing. The {•ply to farmers who from one county to th** cotton season i at !» o'cl oc ii ii* ce til he i I I clock in th * of study intensive lit* re. So far as his fin iii** new deal legislative policies are concerned these will be unfolded entirely to congress alone. The president takes his special train for a leisurely journey back to the capital in the middle of the afternoon. He will arrive at the White House tomorrow just in time foi luncheon. He announced yesterday that to give -lie “little fellow’" a break lie will president a lid fille northwest corner of 31-2- vvas shut iii after blowing gas for several minutes and filling two 4-inch lilies with oil. Total depth is 4,215 feet and operators are preparing to deepen th** well. An attempt was made Thanksgiving Day to wash well in but this did not succeed {pointed at and after later attempts, decision was reached to (frill farther into the bromide sand. The Moore No. I Akers, aquarter of a mile to tin* west of the j Smith test, in northwest of northeast of northeast of 3G-2-6. T11 o startling identification was I made by James, Sheriff Clay Flowers said. after looking at Kennamer and a reporter with j whom the former was talking, j James said the five young bandits robbed him of $85, two pistols and a watch. James bombshell quickly upon the statement by County Attorney HoTy Anderson that It** believed Gorrell was slain by Kennamer to prevent his j “going straight.*’ There had b«*<*n wild rumors of • young gang activities in th** I background of the investigation on j of the slaying but James’ acetine- sat ion w as the first definitely Relief This Winter cd oil well No riot. rigs drilling away NO TRICE OE PLIERS misive Search by Vessels And Aircraft Still Being Pushed Ken na mer. HONDL! 'LF, Through the water, army, Dec. 5 tin air and over the navy aud private move to exempt from the acreage restriction farmers who produce j    blow    from    total    depth two bales or less., In an informal talk with newspapermen whom lie visited on the crew start- w’I I i Hi ar* I*** done th** other being ar ter holding of the ••r cases oil which was iii district scheduled (ii that defend ant had trial. Fritz I guilty to domestic not a{»pear* d ranged now j elect ion. I Tiles** places are:    M Bela**, Valios*. Lightning K o f f, Fitzhugh, su Franks. Jt*s>**. Stonewall, ant HH Francis gee. \ well. Ddg* shine, Pleas- Lula, seedman, Allen, Conway, Ada ami Yei- eve of departure from the com-cuniiy here, lie explained tall was done first with a view of improving the lot of the sinai! grower and secondly, to simply th* vast machinery of regulation. lazier * on** red a charge of r; fowls and wa ♦ *n war in tin *n< * in ted lo on* it en Gary. Earl William.* to a charge of gi a on mot ion of t Me ii**v was sent iii hard lahoi teuton v. Case of Clar* W. ii. Filii*-}’, i* lier} with lit** lied to Thursd, \ anil that of K. B. w itll driv lug a cai ted. was contint Dec 14. Franklin I ted by the c George Hill. the first *1* continued to Dismissal ol cleared the do* burden, Judge plaining that are old ones. of them vx itn« moved else win court is c dismissal * (fleet iv elv ot hers. Cases (ii follow Big; Eon Walker, Johnson, (it iv iii t wo ca s* *s; I* I'* of automobile* date leaded d la reel 1 county (I to I VV* I th** stat* gUB iii* lice Jtiii*' irged w it trills, was Decent Oil vis, c while in *d to SUBSISTENCE HUS PLANNED FOR SUK OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 29. el’ Flans for a “back to th** farm" movement which will in-clude subsistence farms, either purchased or leased nearly every Ming perfected by Administrator Carl co Frida v iuriand wa mr! as att* accused of re**, and I ieee rn her »f many * (Civet of J. F. Host a id t lug t I ht r 12 Ca s* n neb HcK* t h** t in tv. are at** HHH ii* s. Gile a int Ile •rday purchase plantation in Ionia to Im- cut also is be dead that SU* h 'led, s said vest 5.00 o acre astern Oklal up into small farm ing considered. Food crops, rather than money crops, are to be featured on th** prposed farms under Giles’ plan, which he hopes will result iii th** removal of many    persons    from relief rolls. Giles said that there is now a state organization    ready    to    op erate on the subsistence farms FIRST FREEZE    OF md I’vt I mu a rn dr ii a re ( Irivir mule H *e of let in I to ll* Roff, I Ada. I* erg*' ar ceny of automobile, two i Clarence Wad* , assault vs ii tent to kill; Clarence and t Wade, assault with int*' kill. Delbert Ashburn. while dr ink; Jack It a nd child des* rt io embezzlement;    * Beavers, mulish, u; degree, st rick* The jury s* case was; Fail Brookshire, IU*} I.. Given**, man. Charles I.. Ih«>tii|>s*»i. \da. fu suranee agency, laster I flair. worker. \. I*. Young cha ii t. IL VY. Cason. dealer. VV ill Hollow, Ada ll. A. Howard. gtapher. I.. VI. William »Continued on Pave 6 No ii ar I armer, usi ness I Ii* year s fii>t general frets** was reported iii Pontotoc county early Sat unlay morning, although it was not cold enough to freeze automobile radiators, and many persons failed to notice ti «* thin s11**<*t of ic* oil small puddles. Th* temperature got down to barely below 22 degrees between I o'clock and 9 *» clock Sat u rd av morning but th** day continued to warm until a comfortable temperature had been reached. *k The Duchess of Kent cot nearly EfiOb wedding presents. < and still we ll bet she’ll go out ,, aud buy things for th** house. Asked about his imporvat j studies in*!** with principal aid* on the vital relief and budget problems to be put before con- j mess. th** presidents rn lied and » replied; ’‘January 3." This is "iej day when congress convenes. Tin* president in talking with newspapermen told of the fight to cut down the 13.5u0.00n bales of cotton surplus of two years ago anti credited th** Bankhead act a . heavy share in the reduction to j 10.250,00® bales surplus today. I He believes continuance *»;' ii**! act will slice this .surplus within I a couple of years to normal pee-! portions.    i He cited figures showing thai; th** parity price for goods en; nj farmers purchased in IM.’.2 was about 13 cents while th** actual cotton price was 5 1-2 cents. Tr-day. be said Hie parity pric** is about 15 cents while th** actual price is about 12 1-2 cents. This h** regards as quite an a *'*oiu• pl ish ment. But. lie warned that lo* not aiming for any 20 or 2 > cotton through Hie acreage trol program. Bather, he seeking to bring about a level for the cotton farmer wit by Ii** got vain* received crop in comparison to what paid for other goods. lf that i.*- done lie feels more win have been accomplished for th** south than any other thing in tin* lifetime of til** people today. He believes th** same theory applies to other agriculture products and that the solution is through protected federal «• ui-t lo I of acreage, He does not ti.ink it necessary, however, to provid compulsory regulation for othei crops. of 4,27<t feet as tile * ed to change bits. I Mud was thickened to handle' j the gas. The Akers test is he-; j lieved in the bromide, or big I producing, sand,    * Due for a probable week end] : completion is the J. E. Crosbie i INO. 1A Dawes Harden, in South-West of southwest of northeast J or 30-2-7. I This well wall at 4.005 feet ! Wednesday morning and well into the bromide sand. Til in is a twin to No. I Dawes Harden, producing from Hie Gilcrease sand. Crosbie also has two big I potential producers iii the bro-i mide sand. Near Jesse, the Sledge and (others No. I Thompson, which has been drilled through the ! HHilton lime and shot twice, is to lie acidized. Its show of oil has been encouraging since the cleaned out WASHINGTON, Nov. 29. LE) While high officials of the Roose-‘velt administration brandished a j big stiek labeled “Texas” in un I effort to curb the bonus drive. | advocates of full and immediate followed ! payment surged forward today J with the slogan “no compromise.” Though administration leaders; have expressed the belief that such a drive can be blocked, tho! contest now getting up full steam > leaves a wide margin of uncer-j tainty as to how large tile expen- j Intensive dittires of the next congress will be. A suggestion put forward here yesterday, apparently with the  _tentative approval of President TFLSA, I it***.    5. bpi County    Roosevelt, would tie in    directly Attorney Holly    Anderson today    with the question of relief funds. intimated that    bt* believed John    The proposal, made by (    hairman i private    searchers    widened    the Gorrell, student    dentist, was slain    Harrison ( D., Miss.) of    Hie sen-(hunt    today    for    the trio    of    aviators bv Phil Kennamer to prevent'*1*^ finance committee was that ] who were forced down on the needy veterans get their bonus j water of the Pacific yesterday.* immediately and—to that extent! Every hour brought new fear at least—be taken off relief rolls, that the trim “Star of Australia,” A suggestion that such com-ja land plane, had sunk beneath promise offers are an admission j the surging Pacific with its three of defeat came from Frank H. j passengers, when gasoline gave Belgrano, Jr.. national command-] OU{ yesterday, er or the American Legion, which J The yien ’had virtually no is on record for full payment. chance of surviving their plane No ( oiiiproiiii.se    more than an hour or so as they Declaring * there is no com pro-: were so confident of reaching mise to make, he said at ln-| Honolulu they carried no life dianapolls: “As regards these suggested compromises, it is not the side | which feels that its cause is just that come forward with offers of an armistice. It invariably is the side that knows its cause is lost.” Senator Horah (IL, Odaho) said he had given some thought to such a compromise but concluded it was “impracticable.” Also, he said, “it reduces the soldier to th** status of A summary of the work ac-eating chili and hamburgers. jcomplished during    the    past Two women in another cafe i1    Vf‘ months under    th**    diroe- playing checkers.    ]    tion of Mrs. Jess!# Morgan, home Th** majority of the business j demonstration agent, reveals to houses closed for th** night.    j    extent to which til** LH club A half-dozen men in th** pool; and Adult Farm Women's club hall calmly and peaceably play-j work enters into the activities ing snooker.    of    th** communities in    every    part A farmer and his wife going!of    Pontotoc county, home from a sohool-hodse pro-! The home demonstration work grain each and his wife going,of Pontotoc a school-house pro-1 iii** home demonstration carrying a lantern. j has been accomplished in t Ii e Dozens of steaming and light-(far** of obstacles including his “going straight." Kennamer was pictured by Anderson as a sort of “boy foreman" in illicit activities that inrunning whisky possibly Ken Huron tent whoever boh* the was shots. followin' IV was c**nt Conway * a i i. y •re-his he ISLANDER IDENTIFIED ! It may surprise those to whom ja pecan is just a pecan to know I that at th** recent state show at ! Wewoka 52 varieties of improved nuts were exhibited. Some of these • are not well enough known vet to the given much attention by growers. but they ar** being tried out and may win places among the .favorites in time. Pontotoc county came in for a fair share of premiums as will bt* j seen from the following list of awards: Dr. F. R. Laird. Ada. (first IMmas and 111 i t <1 Success. J Byron Norrell, Ada. second Eastern Schley. Sam Eldridge. Strat-, ford, second Stuart, first James, i Jack Eldridge, Stratford, second {and third James, first and third ; Nelson. VY. T. Melton, Ada, first j Melton. I. IL Gilmore, Ada. second [Melton; Zimmerman A, Parker, 1 j Ada, third Melton. Carl Solomon. * Vanoss. third San Saba Improved. J I. R. Gilmore. Ada. third largest I collect ion of varlet ies. War Time Thrill d I Fitzhugh. \*la. auloi). niercha i Ada. pl Ada. uh e 0 No ler- HEALTHIEST FAIR CHICAGO. Dec. 5. a.p* \ Soul ii Dakota boy ami an Iowa girl were announced today as health champions of tb** I'iii-i**i States by til** judging committee o! the national *-H clubs. The winning boy i- Le land Monasmith of Lane, J«*r-anld county, s I) The healthiest cirl is Doris Louise Paul. of Wilton Junction. Muscatine county, Iowa. v. LOS ANGELES. Dec. 5. LP> Capt. G. Allan Hancock, whose exploration cruiser the Valero ll; fists arrived at the Galapagos* „ffl_ .... A tell i im) ago, seen** of the mys-j    ’ terious d**atlls of two men oui Maehena island, today { to th** Associated Press! had definitely identified > the bodies as Alfred RU-{ corona.    I he died tragically was! indicated vvbeu ('apt. Hancock; reported that his “painfull facia: expression denoted intense] PHILADELPHIA Lieutenant ■ Colonel C. L. la*** enjoyed t t e | til rill of a life-time when he \is-* it***! a current motion picture and I saw a sequence of General Per .h-; ing pinning a decoration on iii the officer. lonely radioed that hi **ii** of dot (iii Thai thirst." From th** position of his body j said the dispatch from Capt. j Hancock, it was deduced that lie * made an attempt to escape from i the equatorial heat. •'N \ I.DKIIH.K RODDED WEWOKA. Dec. I. (.Pi Four youths, whose names officers did n*)t disclose, were held in the Seminole county jail tonight and a fifth was sought in the robbery of E. C. Aldridge, Wewoka real estate dealer. Aldridge was robbed of $200 aud his cur last night when bt* drove into his garage. The car was recovered. V-- eluded the running of into dry Oklahoma and more serious violations. Of an assertive type, mer would not long be i to play second fiddle to 'employed th** boys in their extralegal movements and wanted to {branch out for himself. "H** wanted to lead his own 'gang." said Anderson. “Extortion has been mentioned frequently as figuring in tin* case. “That was going a little too far for Gorrell/* Anderson explained. “His scruples began asserting themselves and he tried to find some way to escape Ken-namer’s influence. “As i reconstruct the case after discussing it for six days steadily with prospective witnes-, s**s, here is how J see it; Plans (.ut T«m> Dough “An extortion plot involving Miss Barbara Boyle, th** daughter of J. H. Boyle, a man. was hatched rebelled. H*‘ even went so far as to warn her about Kennamer. The party was getting too rough. Gorrell suggested that th** family lived too near his own, hoping this would dissuade Du* other. But it does not have that effect. Miss Virginia Wilcox, daughter of IL F. Wilcox, Hie oil operator, is next brought int*) th** discussion and this forces a showdown. “Gorrell is attending this Kansas City dental college and Henna hot makes a trip there as • rom Wilson* to argue with him again. Kennamer threatens him if In* quits and Gorrell is so frightened that lit* tells his room matt*. Richard Oliver, that “if I ani killed or wounded you will know’ that Wilson did it.’ “Now,” said Anderson, “what. have th** gangsters of Chicago mid New York and other cities don** when some of their members or subordinates tried to quit and go straight? They have ‘rubbed them out* for fear they might tell authorities/’ “How does young Kennamer aet Win n he has been drinking?" Anderson was asked. Boastful When Drinking “The boys Ii* was intimate with and who have come in and t;ilk**d to me say that h** was talkative and boastful.” “Does that answer th** question of wily Kennamer talked so freely to Floyd J. Huff, the Kansas City aviator who brought him to Tulsa th*' night of November 21?” “You never can tell what a person will say and do when he has had too much to ii risk/' replied Anderson. “Voting Kennamer pf erne confidence in to do just w’iiat he saving equipment. An all-night cruise by 23 naval craft failed to locate a trace of th** plan** in which Filii, Co-pilot George LUtlfhohn a lid Navigator-Radio Operator J. L. Skilling took off from Oakland, Monday, for Honolulu on a contemplated Australia flight. The trio was attempting to chart a commercial tm us-Pacific flying route. Position Not Known | The exact location of the liick-,l depend- less adventurers ant before the government pays him, which is not a very agreeable thing to do.” Blunt warnings have was not known. SOS messages flashed from the plane yesterday indicated it came - down within 200 miles of Damn. | i i i a *    come j    but rim said he was off his from several administration quarters in recent days that cashing and frantically sought j the bonus, involving more    than wealthy    oil    I $2,000,000,000, will require    addi- and    Gorrell    j tional taxes. It is felt in    some circles that the compromise    might necessitate new taxes, also, but the amount has not been estimated. Relief Difficult Relief,    another paramount problem with great hearing on government finances, threshed out in a week fere nee at    Warm Springs. Geor gia. by th** president; Harry L. Hopkins,    relief administrator; Secretary    Morgenthau of the treasury, and Rexford G. Tug-well, undersecretary of agriculture. The meeting was considered of vast importance. To it Hopkins is expected to carry a major; scheme involving a sharp swing, away from month-to-month doles Ender this plan, destitute but de-1 serving families would get lump sum loans considered large enough to put them on their! feet. Then there will be th** pro!)-1 lems of housing and the decentralization of industry. Although! ; President Roosevelt lias just omeibing to the (made it plain that he favors large scale efforts to clear slums and build rural housing, the d**-i tails have not been wTorked out.! I pours* ben rings. i Twenty-four naval seaplanes I were serviced during the night and made ready for a takeoff at dawn to search an area within 300 miles of the archipelago. ■ They were aided by three army ! amphibian planes which were ordered to base, one each at Kauai. the unithermost Hawaiian island; {Hawaii, the southernmost island will be and Oahu in the center of the end con- area being covered. Meanwhile, the search went forward by surface craft of the navy, private boats and scores of Japanese fishing sa npans enroute to and from the fishing grounds. The theory grew among naval officers that Elm’s plane had landed short of Oahu and to tie-northeast. Agreeing with this theory Commander K. VY. Tod directed naval searchers to scour this territory thoroughly. (drought and discontent, hut has been pleasant because th** groups ] have been consistently cheerful land determined to overcome aud i {nit over their program, j Then; have been 235 women in the county working hard on I various projects that h**lo***| furnish necessities of human life ! for themselves and their families. Tiler** have been many acts of I human interest, of kindly, neigh I hot ly aid that have not been en-jt**r**d in tlit* written records of the clubs. >lan> Commo nit} Meetings There have been numerous community gatherings where families and neighborhoods assembled for entertainment by j plays and other forms of social pleasure, giving a most complot” touch to community lift*. Work of the demonstrators in the clubs and in their homes nan stood up well in th** difficult twelve months and it is with increased cheerfulness and confidence that they are facing tho • program of the coming year. How extensive is the week of th** home demonstration agent I and program in th** county is evident in tin* annual summary report pre*pared by Mrs. Morgott to I)** sent in to extension headquarters. The report follows; Mon I lls of service devoted to relief woe] s; ut in office ti 5 field 22k    1-2. Seventeen Adult j Seven adult home ; Hon dubs were organized a total membership of 23. 2 1 4-H clubs with an enrol of TIT boys and girls, j Enrollment in th** adult jects was as follows; hmm dens 235; clothing 172; preparation I sp; food proser va tion 235; home inanagament 130; poultry 102; stat** con 12:    (lavs 36; days (la: s in ('I ll! KS demonist rand til and neat p rosa r-food DIZZY DEIN SIGNS C0NTR1CT FOR 193S (Continued on Page ST. LOTTS. Dec. 5.    <.P Sam! Breaden, president of the st.* Louis Cardinals, announced to- J day that Jerome Herman (Dizzy! Dean, star right-handed j pitcher, had agreed to salary j terms for 1935 and placed a I signed contract in the mail, had    sn- j The St. Louis National league his    ability I President declined to make pub- wanted tot'*0 terms of th** agreement. Dean I has announced he would hold out 3, No. 3) for $25,000. tests; gardens -172; kitchen 9, yard improvement 19. Different letters sent to demonstrators 55; number of copies sent. 4,7 11; news items published -351; farm homes visited to assist with work -588; number of different farm homes visited 371. ; Visitors in office for assistance or bulletins 2.222; telephone calls answered 1,627; method demonstrations held t t-H ) 223; attendance at tiles*; meetings 5.43 4; method of demonstration meetings (adults) 235; I meetings at result demonstrations 271; attendance at these meetings 3.51b. Training meetings held to assist officers in performing dailies 16; attendance at training (meetings in club groups 6.376; tours conducted 2s; attendance tat tours 19 5. Other meetings iii relations to * project not previously mentioned I—659; events at which xhibits (I*'rom    Sunday** Dully)    jweie shown 8 (community, Jack IL Chapman was bound county aud state; * visits by spec-over to district court under $2.abp ialists to assist with work- 9; bond Saturday following a pre-{visits by district agent ll; ex-liminary hearing on charges of tension schools attended 6. grand larceny in the court of Clay Achievement days heir! ll; Jones,    justice    of    the peace.    (attendance 8,680; encampments ( hapntai) was arrested Noveui-1 held 2; attendance at eucaminlier 23 by city police when lie was meats 4-H members 5n0, adults accused of taking a shotgun be-. 200, total "bb; farm homes in longing to h. W. I Black from a j which changes in practices have parked automobile.    {definitely resulted from the Police say that ( liapman has pome demonstration previously faced grand larceny js;. charges on three occasions, being convicted twice and acquitted I once. He gave his address as t Chickasha, ok la. Chapman Bound Over Under Bond On Larceny Charge prog; am Charges of petit larceny were filed in the same court against J. D. Lee, w ho is alleged to have j appropriated to his own use eight ‘gallons of gasoline belonging to I Martha Brittain. homes with 4-H club enrolled 50b; farm influenced by s o hi o the extension program Greatest returns for the amount Invested — Nows Classified Ads. Fa rm members fa milles phase o - 7<»6. The figures indicate why the workers and those in charge believe the demonstration program has ‘stood up’ during the past year aud flu* basis for a greater* and more generally profitable program ^ti!l to come. ;

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