Ada Weekly News, April 7, 1960

Ada Weekly News

April 07, 1960

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - April 7, 1960, Ada, Oklahoma The Paper With PERSONALITY Biggest Reading Buy in Oklahoma By Mail in Pontotoc Single Copy IO Cents Only $2.00 Per Year And Adjoining Counties Combined With The Ado Times-Democrot 59T1I YEAR ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1960 8 Pages ' 0. Business Is Booming Pre Sold Broilers Bingo For Latta Youth F^ures^muda By ERIC ALLEN sightptkTtdv^intTrest 'Z'-    {iTmetrs.anA    ranf^ers    Tuesday witnessed unlay in hts new approach to the a C0,mPlete demonstration on the establishment of ber-problems oi a 4-H broiler proi- muda 8rass pastures at the big field day on the Escal eel.    Myers farm 6V2 miles northwest of Ada. Deway ne Coffey, a tall, quiet- The Pasture Improvement Field Day was sponsored mannered student at Latta by all county agencies of the USHA and local implement school and vice-president of Pon- dealers, and a four-station team of experts held away totoc County 4-H dub Feder- from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The first demonstration was on a field of Midland bermuda, where roots were dug and spiraled into neat windrows by a fast-moving siae-delivery rake. Hard on the heels of the rake were men with pitchforks who transferred the cool, damp roots from the windrows to waiting trucks. The roots were then hauled to another field, and the proper method oi spiigging was dcmon-st rated Later in the day a brush I he annual 4-H Dress Revue cuttinr machine was 'put into at Kin. revealed solid judgement and business acumen as evidenced by his current broiler marketing plan. D wayne nixed the idea of trying to market his birds to neighbors, perhaps one or two at a time He dressed the broilers himself — all 2.5 sturdy Cornish Rock> — and sold them swiftly, and at a margin of profit, to a waiting merchant in Ada. The unique thing about this deal is wrapped up in the one Girls Parade Finery word,    waiting    Dewayne    had    uas held at the ballroom. East    action, and a demon traction was (intratte    tu uoieis    to    Flank    ('enjraj College, Wednesday, Ap-    made on the application of agri- Dicus. an Ada supermarket own-    b    J    .    a    i    .    a ril 6. Two hundred and seventy-    ™l,ural limestone to depleted five 4-H girls representing all    a county clubs styled garments    ^ F. chiles. Extension Pas- they had made in 4-H club work    ture Specialist from Stillwater, this year. About 125 leaders, par-    wav on hand giving out informa! Dicus, an Ada supermarket own cr, before lie ever started growing the birds. “It was personal initiative,” said Emerson Black, assistant County Agent “We like to en- SHREWD BARGAINER — Dewayne Coffey, right, participant in a county-wide 4-H broiler project, accepts check for his dressed poul.*y from Frank Dicus, left, Ada superr-irket owner. Another photo of young Dewayne, an enterprising student of Latta school, may be seen inside.    • Wasp Sting Delays Mail To Pakistan Shortly after arriving downstairs to help her husband in the 'tore Monday morning. Mrs. (Continued from Page Ii Skeith remarked to a customer that she regretted not having had time to write their 'on. Donnv courage that. The county* ide and quests were present. ,jon an(|    . broiler project was started be- The stage wa: decoratedIm an ance (>f (ortjliz^jon ^ ' (h cause of    the    interest    and    inn,a-    Laster    h' me    "*'nf= Mr. Rabbit.    |anU of wj    , Ute of    boys    like    young    De-    spring    hats and an accessory    .-Good    k f a,read wayne."    'rec decorated with dowers. done.. ^ d -    8 Dewayne says he chose Cornish soarves and jewelry. Accessories    p    A ,    “But we were loaned bv Gluckman’s De-    trt    „u’n ,    .    a ... ]    ,,    need    to    change our program partment store and Woolworth?    1    6 of Ada. The    ’rand    champion of the revue was Birtie Barton, daughter of    B L.    Barton, Fitzhugh. .She modeled a green embroidered linen sheath dress with jacket, a matching green hat and white accessories. Her club leader is Mrs. ( asper Duffer, Fitzhugh. Warm winds of spring are fin- Shirley Griffith was reserve Iv here, and wild denizens of d'amP™ Shp mo(i<’!ed 3 ('hanKf- able green party dress of silk (Continued on Page 2> War Begins On Litterbugs In County ASTALK — A discussion on Midland bermuda during activities Tuesday at th? Field wn RI»fL la nye,rofa[m- Le>V° rlght are Phil BusbV' ***«♦■"» County Agen* imer-wate^lack, Judge Orel Busby and R. E. Chiles, Extension Pasture Specialist from Still- ~    Wii    loungy.    ;he he,ds and.woods are stirring Crystalene with a green net ov- stationed in Pakistan, her usual    Hibernation. They frolic    erskirt.    She    is the daughter of weekly letter before coming to    alon^ our roads    and streams and    Mr. and    Mrs.    A. C. Griffith. Roff. work Mr Skeith then remarked    ^'d? stretches    of greening pas-    Her club    leader is Mrs. Ruth Burial he supposed she knew WHY    and    Mother    Nature    is    row’. Roff. 'he hadn I had time, didn t ste? no>’her defaced nor outraged by The champion of the grade To which she replied promptly, ’heir lively and abandoned school division was Mary Jo San-I certainly do I spent thirty    jaunts.    der? of    Roff    modeling a blouse minutes hunting voui missing sock    11 VU)U,d *** a    t,ne    th,n£    if we    ar|d skirt o. pink co-ordinated while you sat watching me. after    ’!C>m ’he towns    and    cities    could    cottons. Mary Jo is the daughter putting bo h of them on the same    50 aborally    and    neatly into    of J. E. Sanders. Her club lead- ‘oo? " She added that she had    Nalure’s scheme of    things    when    er is Mrs. Ruth Burrow. Roff, a^ked him pallier in the search we leave paved streets behind Sherri Witherspoon of Stone-if it could be pos'ible he had u<: and bead for the open ountry. wall who modeled a cotton print done that and had this sharp * ^fortunately, however, ac- dress was the reserve champion, retort    cording to reports from rural res- She is tile daughter of S. G. With- I knew you were going to a-k 1<^€>n’s* fhis isn t the case when erspoon Her club leader, Mrs. me that. NO, I do no have them sonv cit-v dwellers take to the June Scott of Stonewall. L,. t_    .1    r»Aimt »*i>     I    i    ■ ■ ■    *    , both on the same loot Finally, when Mrs Skeiih could Grade. Headscarf and handker- TROPHY Miss Susan Edwards, daughter of Rod Ed- Ie'fa! o'TVj ,Hce EaS' Central 0uarl"    Show to trenhl- l l d,a. Fa,r9rounds June 3-4, holds the “travel thiinn ?    J,90 Permanently to any three - times Junior High    U' “ * 7,h    Stone*.” country roads. Too often — and sorrK>t|mes merely to lack of    chief, Champion: Betty Sue My- * lunk of no other    place    to    look    forethought — some country-go-    ors. 'he took the bull    bv the    horns    inu Cl,-V res,dents leave in their    Blue: Rosa Snow. Cathryn Hea- and ex imined his socked foot for u'ake an imlove,y array of pie- mn. Judy Beets, Laura Fay Rob-herself and of course there it nic ,lo,sam or dumps of trash, bins. Janelle Jacquess, Karen was    Other city residents seem to de-    Biggs, Kathryn Biggs, Kathleen F'inalh he concluded with Well bberal€l>’ haul trash out to the Biggs, Shirley Moore, Leona Man- (r/mtinnpH p,« o,  j country and dump it.    uel. Karen Wallis, Sue Cooper. ‘,sC “  I lhe situation has spurred area Carolyn S* necipher, Glenda Da- REVTYAL    SET    residents to take action against    vis, Betty Sue Myers, Linda Free- Betty Sherry is the evangelist pleaders who unthoughtedly or man, Linda Keeling. Sandra Hel-for the revival effort that began "dfullv deface the countryside, leland. Deborah Denham. Bren-at the Fittstown Assembly of riie.se rural citizens have ap- da Mitchusson, Sheila Sutton. Le-(»f>d ( hurch WTednesday evening. Pealed to T’at Holman, Pontotoc la Castleberry, Pamela Smith, Services will continue nightly ( r,un’>’ Attorney, and he has is- Kathleen Craig and Betty South-’hrouiih Easter Sunday the pas- sued an against the dump- erland and Becky Anglin, tor. Rev. Moody Hicks,    has an-    ,n- °‘ debris along county roads.    Red: Sharon McDonald. Vickie pounced Starting time is 7:30    1    ve    received    numerous    com-    Gray. Jo Ellen W'ebh, Virginia pm Special music will he fea- Paints recently concerning trash Thompson. Linda Marsh. Lavoyce lured, and everyone is im    nf> ~~    r    "    ‘ attend. 1 ^ lid*    J r    luuiiipouii, i^invin on, utvuyit1    '    mm    mm    ^ .ted to !!!Lon state h’^ways. county Young. Shariot Shope. Janice    Your    photographer    found himself wondering why this young man sauntered into the picture Wednes- ‘Continued on Page fit    (Continued    on    Page    2>    fancv    turn*    ♦«    f    S»k«    3S.S •^*vue, at Eajf Central State College. Must have been because in the spring a young man's -      rancy    turns    to    .    .    .    the    varied color and pageantry of girls so beautifully groomed.    (WEEKLY    Photo)! MIDLAND By MRS. CHRIS PEDERSON These la>r tm Galley-Vanting Around The County weather have come sight dally to ga who are bu if home' Jimmie at Centr Sat u rd av Mrs. cii tors and visited fr Sgt. ar Lawton s mg hi' Ezra Hui neth Dc ivs ot sunnv a most wel-ihoma ospe-and those ' remodeling ie. spent ; mother and sis-jndav he Da\ id Hunt of weekend visit-Mr and Mrs is brother Ken- anywhere near He was curtail' relative of hi' until a week ago ' w hen ho hea'd a 5 lived near him and came over dav evening. to see me Thurs- Now I would I ’ike to se< 3 little Jimmie Don ; md Jonnie Irena. his 'mall child rem I knew Paul- inc hi< wife w ho used to go to '‘hool with m\ ’ children. 1 want to offer my sympathy to my cousin, Selmon. and Al-ene Rankin of the (La lev community because of the serious illness of their little daughter. Melba I hope she is improving rapidly and will be well soon. UNION HILL By MRS. LAVONA JONES Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wallis and Karen visited Mr and Mrs. Delbert Wallis and Shirley of Ada Wednesday Mrs. Wallis has been sick the past week. She had ma-tor surgery at the Valley View Hospital and is now able to he up and out visiting. We hope she will have better health now. Mr. and Mrs Bill Briggs had supper with Mr. and Mrs Glen Wallis and Karen Thursday night. garden with the tractor last week and Terry thought just using the one plow had it ready for planting the vegetables W7hen her daddy began to level the ground Terry asked. “Why put it hack level like it was?” When Terry gets older she should be a very smart little girl the way she notices the different changes of things on the farm now’. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson taught school at Walnut Grove community. They should read several news columns on the students they used to have in their class rooms from niral communities. over the weekend. Other visitors were Mrs. Lavona Jones, Mrs. Barbara Newby and Kenneth Little of Oklahoma City. Boudreaux. Ahloso, Friday. Mrs. Haines had to take her father to the doctor. e Ped-d Ped- v. Jim Donald id Mrs. Ann of Weekend visitor'' ir ersen home were Rn ersen of Oklahoma Pedersen, Midwest (* Stoned jiber. Latta. Mr Allen Crowley. Sue a Allen. Cecil Glazier ^ Mrs Dora McGee. Rudy Jones! John Mosier and son-in-law, Don Bennett o! Center. Don is a cousin of your correspondent whom I never had niet and I did not know he lived Mrs. Corone Pedersen. Sonja Laurie and Stephen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crawley to Kingston Sunday to visit Mrs. Pedersen' sand Mrs. Crawley's sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Miller and children. Mr. and Mrs Robert Golden renewed their Ada WEEKLY last week. Anyone who would like to .subscribe to the WEEKLY call F E2-224K. I will be glad to renew vour paper or fill out a paper for a new subscription. Mrs. Fave Jones from Pauls Valley visited Mrs. Lela Rose Saturday. Jess Handley. Don and Rice of Ada visited Earl Rose Sunday afternoon. Mrs Janie Tillev and Diane visited Mrs. Carlene McNutt and family last week. The annual Easter egg hunt and ball game will be held at the Union Hill School with a community basket lunch served at noon on Friday, April 15th We will be expecting to see old timers. young ard old. who have attended the affair for years. We give our new’ editor. Mr. Erie Allen, a special invitation to be with us if he can find the time to come and enjoy home cooked and baked foods. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Rich and family of Ada and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNutt. Eddie and Danny of Ada visited Mr and Mrs. Matt Richardson nnd family over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Briggs visited Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Briggs of Stillwater Sundav. George Smith and Georgia Lue Sunday afternoon. Tommy Lowe visited Harold Haines Saturday afternoon. BEBEE James Rhynes. Monnie, Terrie and James Jr.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jones Thursday night. R. E Tilley of Oklahoma City and Mr. and Mrs. Don Newby visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jf^nes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Ballard and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roddy of Nicoma Park Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wallis and Karen went to Oklahoma City Saturday evening to visit an aunt of Mrs. Wallis*. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haines and Mike and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Haines went to Pauls Valley on business Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Enloe visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Daniels and Penny of Chickasha over the weekend. Paul Parker went to Seminole Sunday night to spend the night with his mother. Mr. Jake McGee was ill one day last week He was helping put siding on his house and had a slight heart attack. Mr and Mrs. Jim Kirkes and Mrs. Virginia Tilley and Carlton I>ee. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Glen W'al-lis and Karen. Mrs Bill Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. Don Newby visited Mr. and Mrs. FA 0. Jones and family last week. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Cunningham ate Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirkes. Lela Rose visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Crockett! Francis. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Betty Lowe and Margaret had coffee Monday with Mrs. Laura Haines and Mike. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Keeling visited Lizzie Smith of Byars Sunday afternoon. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCushian of Shady Grove. WA J. Jones and Delphia visited Mrs. Barbara Newby Tuesday afternoon. With the lawns and pastures in the green and peach trees in bloom, it's beginning to look like spring in Oklahoma. Little Rhynes was helping her daddy, James Rhynes, plow their I read in the Fittstown news where Mrs. Albert Wilson of the Trails Motel of Ada is a new subscriber to the WEEKLY. Visitors in the F. 0. Jones’ home Sunday wrre Mrs. Carlene McNutt, Danny and Eddie of Ada. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Richardson and boys of Westview', Mr. and Mrs. Don Newby and Ron New-bv of Oil Center. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones and W’ayne visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hicks of Nicoma Park Sundav. Mrs. Yvonne Gray. Ricky and Russell of Connerville visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Little Mr. and Mrs. Don Newby visited WA J. Jones and Delphia Saturday night. Mr. Jones has been on the sick list. Mrs. Betty Lowe and Margaret ate dinner Thursday with Mrs. Laura Haines and Mike. Mrs. Laura Haines and Mike and Mrs. Ina Haines went shopping in Shawnee Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Daniels of Chickasha are the proud parents of a daughter born March 31. She has been given the name Penny Annett. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charley Enloe and Mr. and Mrs. Daniels of Stratford. By MRS. LEO SCOTT The Be hee Home Demonstration Club met Monday afternoon at the community building. The meeting was opened with reading of the Creed by Mrs. Clyde Boyd. Roll call was answered with “The Type of Window Curtain I Like Best.” Discussion was on different kinds of window curtains and the correct way to laundry and care for them. Pains were made for the club to purchase a coffee urn. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served to the members present. Mrs. Oris Roberts was hostess. Rev. and Mrs Earlin Haskins visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Euel Haskins and children of Ada. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coplen attended an auction sale at Allen Saturday. Mrs. Laura Haines visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and , Betty Jean ■ visited Mr. and Mrs. the song service. W -• want to invite everyone to r?AAALuAapAAA a T attend our revival at Union Hill f',y at the bedside of her daugh- Baptist Church April 3 through ‘tA'A? PaU' Haftcher- ,w'n(> un' April IO. Rev. Smith of Homer    surger-v fop §311 s,,ones is the evangelist and Mr. Leon Monday morning. Her condition Jackson of Latta is conducting 15 rePorted to be falr_ I (Continued on Page 2) ;

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