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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1960, Ada, Oklahoma                             The Paper With PERSONALITY Biggest Reading Buy in Oklahoma SingU 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 24. 1960 8 Pages NO. 51 Roff FFA Stages Yearly Fat Stock Exhibition Fa' fa; steers and sweat- ing Fu'ure Farmers of America had a rousing workout in the spring -unlight Tuesday morning when the Roff FFA chapter held its annual fat stock show. About entries passed before the appraising eyes of Otis Park- or. county agent at large, who judged the show Bud Graves, chapter adviser. ihat the show cost about It was financed by contri- butions to the FFA calendar and extra donations by two Roff citi- K. P. Larsh and Floyd King. Winners, listed in order of placement, were: Show barrows: Gary Ray 'grand champion1, Richard Etch- ieson (reserve.) Commercial harrows: Herbert Stanford, Johnny Bratcher, Her- bert Stanford. Gilts: Jim Britt, Richard Hud- dleslon, Larry Heard. Registered heifers: Larry Heard 'champion1. Jerry Goree re-1 serve1. i Grade Bryce Wallace. Leroy Otis, Louis Tollivcr. Grade heifers: -lim Standifer.; Roger Nuner, Larry Brandam. i Dairy heifers: Charles Hall, Charley Brown '2nd and 3rd'. The "best showman" award went to Herbert Stanford, with Jerry Goree placing second. j Overflow Crowd Watches 4-H County Scores in Share The Fun Show At Roff 'Tish' Bull Sale Benson Salutes Cattlemen An overflow crowd of parents piano duo by Kathleen Harris and and friends turned out Thursday' Fanny Teel. Roff: second night for the annual county 4-H a team of polka dancers, Roff; Share the Fun program in Roff and the first place individual act. School auditorium. Some 25 acts a baton twirling number by Su- Approximately l.OOfl people wit-i The highes, average ever attain- nessed the sale of performance ed in this fifth annual event was tested bulls at the Murray State set at on 904 qualifying lots. by county 4-H zanne Nelson. Vanoss. Winner in the junior division High Ideals Mark Start Of Boys' Club One evening last week our son. Danny, came in after visiting Neil Rice and Tommy Hoosier. He informed me tha> they had started a boys' club and were (Continued on Page 2) WHO'S WORRYING? Point of view makes a difference Jerry Goree, waiting to show his Whiteface and her calf at the Roff FFA Fat Stock Show Tuesday, is obviously sweating it out. But objects of his concern would just as foon take a nap. In fact, it looks like they're doing just that. (WEEKLY Photo) LIFE IS GOOD Pigs have a tremendous capacity for en- joying the simple things of life, as this photo clearly shows. The snoozing porkers had just com? out of the show ring at the Roff Fat Stock Show and made haste to grab some shut- eye in the spring sun. (WEEKLY Photo) Tex.  jorrr.an Okla ty" project, available to 4-H mem- i bers here for the first time this1 The highest selling Hereford 1 bull was consigned by Honey The Ada club held its first Creek rtanch. Grove, Okla.. and meeting Monday, with 18 boys. was purchased by Louisiana State 'and girls enrolled. Bill Cummingsl University, Baton Rouge, La., for hs the loca, leader. A. W. Drown. ?1-500- L- s- u- also purchased driver training teacher, will lead i 'he 3rd high selling Angus at session on "The Traffic Code I from w.ve Plantation. Queen- and Our Responsibilities as Driv- stown- Md- Both of 'hese bulls ers" at the next meeting March: are to be "sed in artificial breed- Red Award: "Indian Love all in favor'of annexation. i Latta: "The Jim Dandy Inter- I The school has an enrollment j Allen: "The Love 26. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Duke "The Van- 29. Twelve members have pre-en- rolled it Allen. This group will Ihold ing bull studs. The highest selling Polled Here- ford bull was owned by Ralph are teachers at the school. Voters Name Pitt to School Board in Ada Voting Tuesday followed the usual light pattern for a school election but a one-sided endorse- ment was given the two levies. Wayne Pitt, incumbent board (Continued on Page 2) oss: "It Doesn't Roff. White Award: "Wedding of the Vanoss; "Let George Do It." Fitzhugh: "Watermelon Fi- nale." Summers Chapel; "Dr. Center. Senior Division Individual Acts Blue Award: "Baton Vanoss; "Cricket Roff. Red Award: "Too Much Te- quila." Latta. White Award: "Running Latta; "Miss Lonely Van- oss. its first meeting next week, Burleson. Roff, who sold BHF under the leadership of Slim Wil- kerson. The new project is open to 4-H members who were at least 14 years old Jan. 1. 1960. It covers basic automobile care and main- Mischief Rollo 55th for to Ed Campbell. Grady. Texas. The second high selling Polled Here- ford was a bull from the highest gaining pen of bulls in the test belonging to Joe Edgington. Barns tenance and gives special empha-! dall, Okla. sisto safe driving. I _, _ The program is sponsored na-! The tionallv by the National Commit- i b-v Darold tee and Girls Club Work, Pauls. and purchased by and the Firestone Tire and Rub.: Francis McQuiddy Canadian. Tex. her Co, Pontotoc County is one i m of 27 in Oklahoma carrying tneithe sa'e orought and was project on a pilot basis in 1960. (Continued on Page 2) F'LOOR seats on the floor of the Roff school auditorium were at premium the night of the county 4-H Share the Fun show last Thursday. The place was packed from the start; and as each act was finished the actors came out front to watch rest of the show. A camera shooting under the piano caught these absorbed youthful facet. (WEEKLY Photo) WORDS AND MUSIC The sad tale of Frankie and Johnny was dramatically presentea by the Latta 4-H Club, with words., music and action on the piano accompani- ment as shown here. Tn2 audience sat enthralled as the tragic story unfolded, from Frankie's fateful visit to the corner saloon for a bucket of suds fo Johnny's unfortunate, but deserved, demise. (WEEKLY Photo) WINNING ACT Beat chick at the Don can't sleep when it gets dark, he says. The two mort conventional chicks with him are Nancy Bigham and Linda Ulich, and it's all part of Latta'i novelty in 4-H Fun program. The act won first place in the junior division of the big county show. (WEEKLY Photo) Galley-Van ting Around The County VANOSS Bv MRS. V T. GAS 'teachers was 25 :n in and the the Latta Community spent Sun- Summors Chapr! ladies was 25 day with Mrs. Lennie Melton to 2-i. Bettor luck next time strls and Oine. J.-u-k n'vierwen: m.ivr Mrs Marie Canlrell. who has Mr< Gicn Cnrnci] Mrs MM---...V .it ai- been :n the Valley View Hospital Vcrn.m Gasaway awhile Thurs- fur sover.-i! with pnr-umon- (iav morning. Ja, K :s in ho ia. was able to come home Tues- "_______ day. Glasgow is on the sick list this week. She has the Mrs aanut- Mr atv! Mrs Miller fiu tod :cw Hospr.a! and son. Pa'o. of Aria visited _______ Mwvijy with Mr and Mrs Leo McNinoii and awhile Sunday after- Cornell visited with arv! Vf-nor Gas. her sister. Mrs Marvin 'A ere .n Pa'.ils in the Wilson Commumiv Thurs- nesday h o- n-. I- son Community visited Rov Glaseyw Frklav. Don McXinch. student at Mr- ray State, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo McNinch and dayie. Leo McXinrh and Don attended" a recistored bull sale at Murray State in Ti.-hDminuo Saturdav. FRISCO MRS. PATTON Spring officially arrived Sun- day morning. Monday everyone was gardening, breaking corn ground, disking oat ground, get- uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.' Vance Minor. Mr. and Mrs. Jack West vis- ited the Minors Tuesday. They had a Moon game. Mrs. Kar! Gasn'.vay and son C'yrip o: Knnawa Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Gasa- wav and children. Gary V-- "e Mrs MeKinley and Mr and Mrs Randol! Dcloier o! their Mr and. .Mrs. Glen Cornell last ot Aria .-pent Sunday Mr. Vr Dean weekend and Mrs. England Davis and fam- errixi" of Ada With Vernon Gasaway awhile Roy Gla-sow was in Oklahoma City Saturday on business. Summers Mrs. Ha B-.-rper. Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Trcsa. all o! Ada. and Mr and Mrs A. Wail of Shawr.ee spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Berser. Varo-s Mr> n vi.suori vMl'n Mr Mrs. Vcrrun Gasaw.iy MI niatrhed s.in-iv CJlen awi-.ile V'.edties- am! children. Tom. Jo and Sam- en hand to see cay. my with Mr and Mrs :or The fatr.ir.1 of MarMa Brio's of the Wii- Mr. and Mrs. Jack West spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and ting ready to plant potatoes and Thompson of Ada. all the jobs farmers dc as soon and Arthur Salee visited as the weather permits. tnejr sister, airs. Cna Lee. and The veeje are north in njece family the Jack Wests, large bunches, but the way the Sunday night. wea'her man talks the farmers '_______ and birds may have jumped the gun. Mr. and Mrs. Dea Lance vis- ited Jim and Sid Marshall Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Mitchell visited the Marshalls Thursday nicht. Jim and Sid Marshall visited Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes family. Mr. and Mrs. Ver- Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Barnes McCarty and Tonya. Ada. is quite ill. Jack who in '.hf V.ii V.cw Hospital, was 30.0 '.o hL-ir.e Surida1.'. Windell Price celebrated his birthday Saturday. Mrs. Price made husband a cake and cooked his favorite dishes. The Prices married daughter and ncn came ..own for the birthday ceie- hrntion Mrs. Joe Daniel. Vicky. Vala- was sick from her polio rie and Mickev had Sunday din- shot she received the day before, ner with Mrs. Daniels parents. Mr and Mrs. A. T. Minor. La Lancley of Vamoosa Sunday afiernoon they drove to spent Saturday night wr.h her Ada to see Mrs. Minor's mother, Mrs. Gertrude Sliger. and then' out to see a new niece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Cox. Lor- ri Lynn was the name chosen for the new arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Langley. Gae Von and Rae Nell of Vamoo- sa visited Mrs. Langley's par- ents Saturday. Minor ba- bysat with Rae Nell while they attended the funeral of Floyd Rollow. Wednesday night the A. T. and Vance Minors drove to Vamoosa for a .'isit with the Langleys. Mr. ano Mrs. Jack West vis- ited the A. T. Minors Thursday night. Kitty Johnson is still sick with the after effects of the flu. Mr. anfl Mrs. Alfred Baylis visited with Mr. and Mrs. Boda Hisaw Sturday night. Shirley Ann Hisaw spent Sun- dav afternoon with Jolene West. Mr. and Mrs. Graver Barnes and Larry of Ada spent Sunday afternoon with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barnes. Mrs. Odell Daniel and Leonard visited Sunday night. Mrs. Byrd went back to Okla- homa City last Tuesday for a check up and found out she was doing 0. K. Mr. Byrd said he knew was doing 0. K. now. She was beginning to want to get out and get back in the swing of things again. Mr. and Mrs. Windell Price and Jim and Sid Marshall drove to Ada Sunday afternoon to see one of the new houses Mr. Price has just completed out near the brick plant. Mr and Mrs. Richard Osburn and Ste.'en of seminole spent the weekend with Mrs. Osburn's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. John- son, Mrs. Gladys Gouge of Ada spent Saturday nigbt with her brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Byrd. Sunday afternoon the three drove down to Jesse Ceme- tery then on to Ada. Mrs. Mary Scott and Mrs. Lu- cille Elkins visited the Byrds Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Stevens of Union Valley visited the Byrds Wednesday night. Mrs. Byrd's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Sherrell, of jnighL Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Allred were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Muncrief. Judy and Michael of Oakman. Mrs John Allred spent Mon- day with her mother, Mrs. Car- rie Sims, of Ada. Mrs. J. W. Stegall and Schley drove to Muskogee Saturday to visit Mrs. Stegall's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Dur- bin. Mrs. Durbin is quite ill. Schley Stegall visited an uncle and wife, Mr and Mrs. Mart Durbin. Ada. Monday. Mr. Dur- bin has been ill for some time. t Continued on Page 2!   

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