Ada Weekly News, March 10, 1960

Ada Weekly News

March 10, 1960

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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 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, MARCH 10, 1960 8 Pages NO. 49 Poor Jersey, Faucet Gets Frost Bitten By MRS. SIMOX PATTOX B-r-r-r-r it's been cold down around Frisco. One of the real cold nights last week. Jim .Mar- shall milked their old Jersey milk cou- as usual. The nc.xi morning when Jirn went to milk old Jer- sey had all the hide skinned off one of the front teat of her ud- der. Miss Marshall said she didn't know vhat happened unless after the cow had laid down the warm milk had run out on the snow and, ice and had frozen the teat to the ice Then when Jersey got up, the skin stuck to the ice. Miss Marshall said the cnw was un- usually easy to milk and milk often ran out on the ground; where the cow lay at night. Movie and TV fans are remind- ed that Oklahoma is the home of Van Heflin. Patti Page. Jenni- fer Jones. Kay Starr. Anita Bry- ant. Gretchen Louis O'- Brien. Balcrina Maria Tallchief and Yvonne Choteau. Dale Rob- ertson. Gimsmoke's Chester Wea- ver. Maverick's James Garner and many others. Minor Nabs Possum After By MRS. SIMON PATTON This would do to put in "Be- lieve it or Not" but Vance Minor says it is a fact. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Minor had two old cats and a bunch of half grown kittens that made their home in the hay barn snug- gled between some bales of hay. First Mr. Minor missed the kiltens and couldn't imagine what happened to them. The two grown cats were fat and pretty and al- ways met him when he went out to do the chores. One morning only one came to meet him. Minor found the oth- er cat with one shoulder and it's head eaten off. A few mornings later, week during the snow and ice to be went to do the chores. No cat! So when he pulled down a bale of hay to feed the cows there sat a 'possum eating on the last of his cat crop. Minor grabbed the 'possum by the tail and bashed its head against a rock. Minor didn't act- ually see the 'possum kill the cat, but the cat was still warm. The cat had its throat slit and the 'possum had just begun to work on its head. FHA Farmers Plan for a Better 1960 A regugar year-end analysis of- fered by the Farmers Home Ad-1 ministration to ils borrowers has enabled 42 Ponlotoc and Murray Counly families to take a careful j look at their 1959 operations and; to make plans for 1960. As a result of this study, FHA supervisor Paul R. Clayton says, farmers here are planning for Year-round pasture programs! for dairy and beef herds. I Testing and fertilizing soil for increased yeilds of hay and pas-' lure. i Culling cow herds. Use of improved sires for in- creased production. Sodding bermuda and other pas- ture grasses. Planning better gardens, freez-, ing and canning. i Clayton notes that farm fami- j lies in the two counties now using FHA credit include 39 with oper-: ating loans, 31 with farm owner- j ship loans, 31 with loans to build or repair houses or other farm: buildings, and 2 with soil and water conservation loans. Loans totaling have been made to farmers in this area in an eight-month period since June 30. 1950. Of this amount. has been for acquiring equipment, livestock, seed, feed, fertilizer, for paying other oper- ating costs and paying for labor (Continued on Page 2) Upper Blue Study Nears Completion The preliminary elevation sur- vey o; the Upper Blue River flood control project is nearing com pletion, according to Harold Win- gard, board member for Pontoto( County. A federal planning party is scheduled to begin work on a detailed study of the watershed April l. Tentative calendar for the project calls for this study to be finished Aug. 15. By Nov. 15. Wingard says, the complete plan should have been written. The Upper Blue backers hope then to ge t an appropriation through the next Congress, in January, to enable them to start construction. Members of the district have (Continued on Page 2) Puny Porkers Perish In Cold Snap During the awful cold weather we had last week one of the brood sows belonging to H. 0. Canada gave birth to eight pigs. Three of them for some reason would not suck so the children decided to try their luck at rais- j ing them on a bottle. Well, they i didn't have any luck at pigs died. LOWDOWN FROM THE VETS-Veterinary medicine took the spotlight at last week'i meeting of the Southern Oklahoma Beef Pe.formance Association in Ada. Here Dr off the of 'eptospirosis, while D" G. T. V bones up on h s notes. On the far side of the speakers' table is Clarence Burch, president of the group (WiEKLY Photo) For Good Management Ned Biffle's Cattle Win Handily I T I Calves Take Seven Top Show Awards Ned Biffle can look back on the recent "show" record of his 1 Bangus cattle and be excused if he looks something like a cat thai ale a canary. Ned had three calves entered [al Forl Worth, San Antonio and i Houston against other Brangus breeders. There were two heifers i and a bull, all 1959 calves. Out of Ihe maximum nine pos- sible placings, Biffle's catlle gar- nered seven first and second place ribbons. And these honors came in competition against the cream of the nation's Brangus stock. "I'm really proud of these i calves." Biffle said. "They were i in contention all the way against calves which had been raised on 1 nurse cows. My calves never saw a nurse cow." Biffle said the calves were fit- ted for showing by Joe Davis. did a wonderful Biffle i stated. The calves are out of Biffle's great bull, Clcarviev, Quadroon. I (Continued on Page 2) Vets Urge Cattlemen; Stop Trouble Before It Gets Going Good f A WINNER: This heifer is one of the three calves exhibited recently by Ned Bi fantastically successful swing on big time ihow circuit in Fort Worth, San and Houston. ffle in a Antonio known of recovered intestinal infection and the other due to simple overeating. Members of the Southern Okla- can handle a large amount ofjed that he had nevei noma Beef Performance Associa- roughage." he noted. a C0w or calf that tion last week heard a strictly! Problems from tetanus practical, down to earth program! Moving on to the prevention i presented by two of their and cure of specific diseases Among the calves themselves, working veterinarians Dr. Har- j among cattle, Price observed that tne vet went on' tne most com- vey Price. Ada, and Dr. G. T. I calving season brings its own crop mon is scours. He noted Easley, Sulphur. problems Of these retained two of the ailment, one an Speaking to an intensely inter-! or afterbirth is probably 6 the most common, ested group of working cattle- men, the two vets emphasized The problem may be reduced, If the calf is getting too much the importance of herd manage-' he went on, by proper nutrition milk' is relatively ment in stopping trouble before it; and by keeping a good mineral handle: Just cut down on starts- supplement out for the cattle As the first hasi slen tow-H iH tlle Prablem in spite of The infectious type is more As he first basi. step towoid precautjons price sgid on., severe in itself and in a high healthy herd, Price pointed js manua, rej pneumonia as well. Immediate the importance of a good ration, moval of lne piacenta plus ap_ medical attention is indicated here enough carbohydrates to keep the proprjate medication a? as reduction of feed. An- ammals in good condition, and tibiotics have proved effective in plenty of roughage. The cow may in time get rid treatment, Price said. rru u- r u r tne afterbirth naturally, he i p-all FnihW The big fault of many com-: saklj bllt jf she doesn.t the Result In the fall the calf mercial operations he said, may be an infected uterus, forma- arises iS s3 failure to provide adequate rough-; tion f workine back to the j j sudden age. Just feeding cottonseed cake P lri 0 i change d'et and and letting the cow eath-r what e anmlal i tends to lay the voungsters open hvigf she WU "eVer in heat a" of ills. pgrice noted isn't enough. i Tetanus may also follow this tnat tranquihzers have been found "If a cow gels protein, she i condition, Price warned, and add- (Continued on Page 2) Galley -Vanting Around The County ALLEN By MRS. EL'MCE ISAACS Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kraetlli re- turned home Friday from El Pa- so. Tex., where tiiey spent the past months visiting Mrs. Kraettli's daughter and her fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Usse.-y. Mrs. Usscry underwent major surgery while they were there. families Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mur- had sent Roscoe Autry home from I who is a patient in Valley View wlm M unr MrS' They had done a11 Thc to be Mrs. Williams had an that could be done. able to bring Mr West home attack of pneumonia and a throat1........ infection while in Tulsa. Mrs. Mae Brundige and son Har- rold of California is visiting Mrs. Mrs. Betty Bell returned home Saturday from Tecumseh where she attended funeral services held Brundige's mother, Mrs. i Allen" ma'nV years' Gault. l_____'_ Mrs. Brundige was called by I !Phy "'ere her brother and his'law of" Mrs! "Bell. The Autrys were residents of i family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quails, i Fort Worth Tex., and his 50n, George Quails, Stillwaler. Mrs. Lois Knighten returned home Friday from Seminole where she visited in the home of her and his family, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hancock. Mrs. Han- cock underwent major surgery Mrs. Knighten was there. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hancock and daughter Kathy Sue of Okla- homa City were weekend guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morris and .Mrs. Lois Knigh- ten. --------o- "j Mrs. Lee Minton of Lytle Tex i ______ i the death of her brother, Glenn, is visiting her sister, Mrs.'Pearl Mrs. Edna Williams and Ben-! ______ Gault' ton_Walker of Konawa were mar-, Mrs. Doyle Blackburn's brother Luther Thompson died Saturday, morning at in a Claremore; hospital. Mrs. Blackburn was at her brother's bedside when he died. Mrs. Ellen Ward of Eureka. Calif., is visiting her brother and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Odis Vinson, and other relatives. dren, Donna, Bob and Mike of i Oklahoma City visited Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Jareri's mother. Mrs. Grace Black. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee and daughter Sharon Fae spent the weekend visiting relatives and friends in Sulphur Joe Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Russell, was admit- ted at Valley View Hospital Thurs- i Janet day and will undergo surgery Monday. Friday his wife, Mrs. Joe Rus- sell was admitted to Valley View Hospital with an atlack of flu. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hughes and Kenneth Hughes left Tuesday; morning for Snyder. Tex., to! lives. Edna j attend the funeral riles for Mr. Christi are visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Long. Allen, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pren lice of Seminole and other rela LIGHTNING RIDGE By MRS. THELMA PERRIMAN Last Saturday Miss Marlyn Ray of Ada spent the day with Dan- ny Coffey while their dads went hunting. .Wallis, Glen Wilfong. Mr. and j Mrs. Mitchell and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. David Kravens, Miss Clara Mitchell and guest of honor, Boyce Jones. Howard visited and ate lunch with made his home with a son at Mr. and Mrs. James Briggs. Ahloso. but had spent quite a Mr. and Mrs. James Briggs vis- bit of time with Pauline. iled a while Sunday evening with] Mr. and Mrs. Norrel Vandergriff. Curtis Coffey and Mrs. Coffey, Lloyd Mcllroy and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coffey visited and played dominoes in the Otis Coffey home. "j ui IVLI s. i unci en inua JUT Tillery were her son, Mr. and lie Teal, who died late Sundayj Mrs. Virgil Tillery, and daughter i evening with a heart attack. Mr J. I. Jones attended a district meeting of the democrat party at Semmole Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams re- turned home Friday from Tulsa where they spent three weeks with their daughters and their Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ramsey and j daughter Virginia attended fun- :eral services held Saturday at i Wetumka for Waltar Griggs. J From Wetumka the went to Oklahoma City where! family, Mr. and Mrs. Coylynn Ramsey and son. Mrs. Ola Brown of Calif., daughter of Mi. and ____ John Smaflfield of Allen under- went lung surgery in Vanice, Cal- ifornia Thursday March 3rd. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther West were their son and his family, Capt. and Mrs. Lee West, and son of Fort Hood Teal had gone to the pasture to (feed the stock and when he failed; Ventura, i to return his wife. Mrs. Mae Tea. went to see about him and1 found him dead. j Mr. Teal's death was a great' shock. He was 50 years of age and i thought to be in good health. He! and Mrs 'o City Tuesday A nDn IT- i c- i ,1 School band Mrs. Joe Kidwell returned home from Jenks Saturday where she had spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. E. N. Dooley. while Mr. Dooley was recuperat- undervvent surgery. Mrs. Kid- well was accompanied home by Mrs. Roy Burkelt who visited r, Mrs. Mackie Kim- Mr, and Mrs. James Graham and Twila Dawn of Erwin, Tex., with Mrs. Graham's sister and brother. Miss Martel Davis and Walter Watson' Bobby Davis. Lawrence, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Floyd, Jan, Kay and Randy Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Glasgow al- so visited in the Floyd home Ihe same night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coffey, Lin- da, Louise, George Alan and Car- la of Oklahoma City came Sat- urday and spent the night with Mrs. Coffey's mother. Mrs. Thel- ma Perriman. On Sunday they visited in Ada with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coffey and Laquita before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Coffey j visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coffey and Dan- ;ny. Miss Sue Wyckoff spent Satur- day night with her aunt, Mrs. i Patsy Coffey. j Mr. and Mrs. Gsne Stone Sunday" family and Mr. and Mrs. Rudv' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gurley, Judy. Kathy, Lanny and Robin night supper with Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kimmel. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Ada Dean visited Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Roundtree. j Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Roundtree. j sPent of Sunday with Mr. jVicki and Steve and Mr. andiard Mrs- Miles Kimmel. JMrs. James Roberts. Janet and' Mrs. Cora Cantwell spent Tues- 'Ann ate Sunday lunch with Mr. dy.v wi'h Mrs. Miles Kimmel. and Mrs. Garrett Seller. I Bobby Ray Fennel of Ada ______ spent from Friday to Saturday Mrs. Ada Hall has spent all with his grandparents, Mr. and this past week with her Miles Kimmel, while his ;ter. Mrs. Garrett Beller and Mr foiks were moving. Seller. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wall andimard. children visited Sunday evening i with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stone and children. A week ago Saturday Mr. and Miss Judy Gail Davis spent Mrs- Leroy Contweli visited Mr. the weekend with Carolyn Shu-iand Mrs- Ro-v Cantwell. Mrs. Stella May Hoosier. John- Mr, and Mrs. Bert Henderson visited with the Cantwells. J. E. Wooley was also a Saturday vis- A letter received by friends1 from California staled ihe doctor came lo visit Mr. Luther Roark Oklahoma City, Mr. and high school band won the rate of University of Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coffey and Danny came by and look Mrs. Thelma Perriman and Sue to the show in Ada Thursday night. Saturday morning Boyce Jones lelt for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., for service for Uncle Sam. Friday night Miss Clara Mit- chell of Ada served a going-away supper for Boyce Jones. Attend- ing were Misses Jo and Eva i Mr. aivl Mrs. Lee Jones and Joyce ate Sunday lunch with Mr. j and Mrs. Newt Berry and Miss Bertha berry. I Sue Wyckoff and Danny Cof- fey visited a short while Sunday afternoon with the Berrys. ny and Janice spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Roundtree.' Mr- and Mrs- Everett Summers ______ and Max visited Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. L. Richards havejwith the been sick with the flu. Mr. and Friday Mr. and Mrs. James. Briggs and Gary Don visited Mr.' and Mrs. Marvin Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Briggs and Mrs. Charles Fosler have been Tnere were 21 in Sunday helping them with their work and scho0' at Lightning Ridge Sun- getting medicine and grocieries day- Now the flu is letting up and _ i we hope the weather too. We will We of the community wish to j exPect a better turn out- extend our deepest sympathy to are always welcome. Mrs. Pauline Vandergriff whose !Nexl March 13, will be father died March 4 'in an Ada ''egular day for church ser- hospital. He had been sick a couple of weeks. He, T. C. Reed, (Continued on Page'ji ;