Ada Weekly News, January 14, 1960

Ada Weekly News

January 14, 1960

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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1960, Ada, Oklahoma The Paper With PERSONALITY Biggest Reading Buy in Oklahoma Single Copy 10 Cents Only Per Year By Mail in Pontotoc And Adjoining Counties Combined With The Ada Times-Democrat 59TH YEAR ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1960 B Pages NO. 41 KlC? DISHING 'EM OUT National, state and district 4-H awards were presented at the annual county 4-H achievement program Monday night by Coffey (shown here) with the assistance of Birtie Barton. One hundred fifteen local club members were hon- ored for their achievements during 1959. (NEWS Staff 4-H Clubbers Get Awards At Achievement Program County 4-H clubbers fluffed out who knocked off one national and Mike, who N prc-id OLD house on the old Joe Thomas Ranch southeast of Fitzhugh, now owned by Glen McDaniel and occu- pied by Jack Timmons, has withstood the storms of a hundred years. But it was stripped of its metal roofing by a small twister that struck about daylight Thursday. The pickup bed in the right foreground was lifted by the wind, swept circularly around the yard and returned almost to its original position. (NEWS Staff Photo by W. L. NOTE TO CORRESPONDENTS WEEKLY reporters are re- minded that their news MUST be in the mail by Monday, to be received in the office not later than Tuesday. Anything received after that day cannot be used. Galley -Vanting Around The County UNION HILL By MRS. LAVONA JOXKS The Sunday school attendance was 40 Sunday morning. All teach- ers and olfic'-rs were present. Vis- itors were Kenneth Little. Okla- homa City. Judy Kikes of Ada and Sherry Coiene Ellison of Oil Cen- ter. Training Union attendance was good Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. B Jones and Mrs. Daisy Binion visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coehran and family last week. were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Briggs of Ada Thursday night. i Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W. Kirkes vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rose Fri- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Handlcy of Ada visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rose one night last week. W. C. Karr visited Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Karr of Wintersmilh Park Saturday. Glen Wilfong and Miss Jo Wallis Mr' and Mrs. Red Stringer from Fort Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. Audie Tccl and family this week- end Others visiting were Benny and Glenn Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Stringer left Ada Sunday afternoon to visit in Kan- sas. Mr. and Mrs. Audie Teel are driving a new Ford pickup. This was a belated Christmas gift. Mrs. Catherine Teel visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rod- dy, of Ada. Mrs. Roddy fell re- cently and bruised both legs. She is improving this week. Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. G Wallis and Karen were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Briggs of Ada and Mr. and Mrs. Don Newby of Ada. Mr. anad Mrs. Glen Wallis and Karen visited Mr. and Mrs. Short- ie Bratcher and family of Roff and Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Martin and family of Vanoss Friday The Wallis family visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Briggs of Ada, Thurs- day afternoon. Union Hill 4-H club met Thurs- day afternoon with 10 members present. New 4-H signs were shown the club by assistant county agent. Emerson Black. Timely speeches and demonstra- tions were assigned each club member. Lorene Smith attended the 4-H club achievement banquet Monday1 night al East Central. Lorene did outstanding work on her record book and home projects. Mrs. Lula Keeling and Mrs. Oma Enloe also attended the ban- quet. ped and looked it over good and said. "Or is it a chicken'.'" Terry really was undecided on this fowl because this was the first guinea he had ever seen. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Zane New- comb of Oklahoma City. Huclell Bolin and family this week- end. Boudreaux Friday night. Mr. Bou- dreaux wasn't feeling so well this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coehran, Helen and Allan attended the ball- games at Byng Thursday night. Helen Coehran plays on Latta's team. Tommy Lowe had to see his doctor for a check up this week in Temple. Tex. Little Terry Newcomb and fam- ilv from Oklahoma Citv visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Simpkins visited Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Simp- your correspondent last week.' kins. Ruberta and Buddy of Egypt When looking over the farm ani- Sunday. mals and chickens, he saw a. guinea and said. "Daddy there is, Mr. and Mrs. Little and J. R. a funny chicken." Then he stop-j Little of Ada visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haines at- tended the Vanoss-Caney ball- game at Caney Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Haines visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sum- mers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haines and Mike visited Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Haines and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haines and (Continued on Page 2) ;

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