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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1960, Ada, Oklahoma                             The Paper With PERSONALITY Biggest Reading Buy in Oklahoma By Mail in Pontotoc Single Copy 10 Cents Only Per Year And Adjoining Counties Combined With The Ada Times-Democrat 59TH YEAR ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1960 8 Pages NO. 52 V a: H r M Is Booming- Pre Sold Broilers Bingo For Latta Youth SHREWD BARGAINER Dewayne Coffey, right, participant in a county-wide 4-H broil- er project, accepts check for his dresssd poul.ry from Frank Dicus, left, Ada superr-nrket owner. Another photo of young Dewayne, an enterprising student of Latta school, may be seen inside. NEW TROPHY Miss Susan Edwards, daughter of Rod Ed- wards chairman of the East Central Quarter Horse Show to be held on the Ada Fairgrounds June 3-4, holds the "travel trophy which will go permanently to any three times 3 7tH StUdBnt at Stoned." Wasp Sting Delays Mail To Pakistan Shortly after arriving down- stairs to help her husband in the store Monday morning. Mrs. Skeilh remarked to a customer thai she regretted not having had lime to write their son. Donny. stationed in Pakistan, her usual weekly Idler before coming lo work. Mr. Skeith then remarked that he supposed she knew WHY she hadn't had time, didn't slv? To which she replied promptly. "I certainly do. I spent thirty minutes hunting your missing sock while you sat watching me, after putting both of Ihem on the same foot." She added that she had asked him earlier in the search il it could be possible he had done that and had Ihis sharp retort. "I knew you were going lo ask me that. NO, I do have them both on the same finally, when Mrs. Skeilh could think ol no other place to look.   GRASS TALK A discussion on Midland bermuda during activities Tuesday at Field Day on the Escal Myers' farm. Left to right are Phil Busby, assistant County Agent Finer- son Black, Judge Orel Busby and R. E. Chiles, Extension Pasture Specialist from Still- son water. (Continued on Page 6) was held at the ballroom. East Central College. Wednesday. Ap- ril fi. Two hundred and seventy- five 4-11 girls representing all county clubs styled garments' R- E- -hiles. Extension Pas- they had made in 4-H club work ture Specialist from Stillwater, this year. About 125 leaders, par- ents and guests were present. The stage wa: decorated in an Easter theme using Mr. Rabbit, spring hats and an tree decorated with scarves and jewelry. Accessories were loaned by Gluckman's De- partment store and Woolworths of Ada. I The grand champion of the revue was Birtie Barton, daugh- ter of B. L. Barton, Fitzhugh. She modeled a green embroider- ed linen sheath dress with jacket, a matching green hat and white accessories. Her club leader is Mrs, Casper Duffer, Fitzhugh. Shirley Griffith was reserve champion. She modeled a change- able green party dress of silk Crystalene with a green net ov- erskirt. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Griffith, Roff. Her club leader is Mrs. Ruth Bur- row. Roff. The champion of the grade school division was Mary Jo San- ders of Roff modeling a blouse and skirt oi' pink co-ordinated cottons. Mary Jo is the daughter of J. E. Sanders. Her club lead- er is Mrs. Ruth Burrow. Roff. Sherri Witherspoon of Stone- wall who modeled a cotton print dress was Ihe reserve champion. She is Ihe daughter of S. G. With- erspoon. Her club leader. Mrs. June Scott of Stonewall. Grade. Headscarf and handker- chief, Champion: Betty Sue My- ers. Blue: Rosa Snow. Cathryn Hea- ron, Judy Beets, Laura Kay Rob- bins. Janelle Jacquess, Karen Biggs, Kathryn Biggs, Kathleen Biggs, Shirley Moore. Leona Man- uel. Karen Wallis, Sue Cooper, Carolyn Glenda Da- vis, Betty Sue Myers, Linda Free- man, Linda Keeling, Sandra Hel- leland, Deborah Denham, Bren- da Mitchusson, Sheila Sutton. Le- la Castlebcrry, Pamela Smith, Kathleen Craig and Betty South- erland and Becky Anglin. Red: Sharon McDonald, Vickie Gray, Jo Ellen Webb, Virginia Thompson, Linda Marsh. Lavoycej _. .______ Young, Sharlot Shope, Janice. 0UT Your Photographer found Mmsetf wondering why this young man launtered into the picture Wednes- day at the 4-H Girls DrSss Revue at East Central State College. Must have been because in the spring a younq man's Tancy turns to the varied color and pageantry of girls so beautifully groomed. (WEEKLY'Photo) (Continued on Page 2) MIDLAND By MRS. CHRIS I'EHERSON These tew (jays of sunny weather have been a mosl wel- come sisht in Oklahoma espe- cially to sarrleners and those who are building or remodeling homes. -Vanting Around The County anywhere near imlil a week ago. He was curious when he hr-.r'd a relative of his lived near him ar.-l came over to sec me Thurs- day evening. Now I '.vnuH like In see little .limmif Don anri .Innnie Irena. lu's small children. knew Paul- ine his wife who to go lo school wiih mv children. Jmimie Don Pedersen. student at Central Stale College, spent Saturday nidi: wiih his mother Mrs. Corenc Pedersen and sis- ters anri brothers and Sunday he visited friends Set. and Mrs. David Hunt of Law-ton spent the weekend visit- ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Hunt and his brother Ken- neth. I want lo offer my sympathy lo my cousin, Sclmnn. and Al- cne Rankin of Ihe Galey com- munily because of the serious illness of their little daughter. Melba. I hope she is improving rapidly and wil! be well soon. UNION HILL By MRS. LAVONA JONES Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wallis and Karen visited Mr. and Mrs. Del- bert Wallis and Shirley of Ada Wednesday, Mrs. Wallis has been sick Ihe past week. She had ma- jor surgery at the Valley View Hospital and is now able to be up and out visiting. We hope she will have better health now. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Briggs had supper with Mr. an.d Mrs. Glen Wallis and Karen Thursday night. garden with the tractor last week Mr. and Mrs. Wilson taught lover the weekend. Other visitors and lerry thought just using the school at Walnut Grove commun-! were Mrs. Lavona Jones Mrs one plow had it ready for plant- ity. They should read several j Barbara Newby and Kenneth Ul- mg the vegetables. When her news columns on the students they! tie of Oklahoma City. daddy began to level the ground i used to have in their class rooms! ______ Terry asked. "Why put it back; from rural communities. i Mr. and Mrs Jimmv Rich and level like it When Terry family of Ada and Mr. and Mrs gets older she should be a very] The annual Easter egg McNutt. Eddie and Danny smart htlle girl the way she no-j and ball game will be held at! of Ada visited Mr. and Mrs Matt ttces the different changes of i the Union Hill School with a com-' Richardson nnd family over the things on the farm now. munity basket lunch served at: weekend. noon on Friday, April 15th. We! ______ Pauls will be expecting to see old tim- Mr. and Mrs. Orval Ballard and Boudreaux. Ahloso. Friday. Mrs. Haines had to take her father to the doctor. George Smith and Georgia Lue Sunday afternoon. BEBEE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Briggs visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Briggs of Stillwater Sunday. Tommy Lowe visited Harold Haines Saturday afternoon. 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 Jftnes Monday. from ers, young and old. who have at- family visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom tended the affair for years. We give our new editor, Mr.! Roddy of Nicoma Park Sunday. Weekend visitors in the Ped- ersen home were Richard Ped- ersen of Oklahoma City. Jim Pedersni. Midwest City.'Donald Stonecipher. Latta. Mr.'and Mrs, Allen Crowley. Sue and Ann of Allen. Cecil Glazier. Kingston. Mrs. Dora McGee. Rudy Jones' John Mosier and son-in-law. Don Bennett of Center. Don is a cousin of your cor- respondent whom I never had met and I djd not know he lived Mrs. Corcne Pedersen. Sonja Laurie and Stephen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crawlev to Kingston Sunday to visit Mrs. Pedersen' sand Mrs. C'rawley's sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Miller and children. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golden reneu-ed their Ada WEEKLY last week. Anyone who would like to subscribe lo the WEEKLY call FE2-224K. I will be glad to renew your paper or fill out a paper for a new subscription. Mrs. Faye Jones Valley visited Mrs. Lela Rose Saturday. Jess Handley. Don and Rice, .of Ada visited Earl Rose Allen, a special invitation! Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wallis and afternoon. jto be with us if he can find the Karen went to Oklahoma City [time to come and enjoy home Saturday evening to visit an aunt Mrs. Janie Tilley and Diane [cooked and baked foods. I of Mrs Wallis' visited Mrs. Carlene McNutt and family last week. Paul Parker went lo Seminolc 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 Lee. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Cun- ningham. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wal- lis and Karen. Mrs. Bill Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. Don Newby visited Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Jones and family last week. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Cunning- ham ate Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirkes. 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 Dan- iels and Penny of Chickasha ov- er the weekend. Lela Rose visited her Mrs. Betty Lowe and Margaret Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Crockett, had coffee" Monday with Mrs. Francis. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Keeling vis- ited Lizzie Smith of Byars Sun- clay afternoon. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCushian of Shadv Grove. J. Jones and Delphia visit- ed Mrs. Barbara Newby Tuesday afternoon. Laura Haines and Mike. the lawns and pastures Visitors in the F. 0. Jones'; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones and home Sunday wrre Mrs. Carlene i Wayne visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray McNutt. Danny and Eddie of Hicks of Nicoma Park Sunday. Little Rhynes was helping her daddy, James Rhynes, plow their in the green and peach trees in! Mr. and Mrs. Matt Richardson, bloom, it's beginning to look like; and boys of Westview. Mr. and! Mr. and Mrs. Don Newby visit- spring in Oklahoma. Mrs. Don Newby and Ron New-led W. J. Jones and Delphia Sat- by of Oil Center. iurday night. Mr. Jones has been I read in the Fittstown news j on the sick list. where Mrs. Albert Wilson of the' Mrs. Yvonne Gray. Ricky andj ______- Trails Motel of Ada is a new i Russell of Connerville visited her Mrs. Laura Haines visited her subscriber to the WEEKLY. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Little j parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mrs. Betty Lowe and Margaret ate dinner Thursday with Mrs. Laura Haines and Mike. Mrs. Laura Haines and Mike and Mrs. Ina Haines went shop- ping in Shawnee Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Daniels of Chickasha are Ihe proud par- ents 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 Strat- ford. By MRS. LEO SCOTT The Bebee Home Demonstra- tion 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 cur- tains 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 Rob- erts was hostess. Rev. and Mrs. Earlin Haskins visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Euel Haskins and chil- dren of Ada. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coplen attended an auction sale at Allen Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and Betty Jean.- visited Mr. and Mrs. W.- want to invite everyone to attend our revival ft Union Hill Baptist Church April 3 through April 10. Rev. Smith of Homer is the evangelist and Mr. Leon Jackson of Latta is conducting the song service. Mrs. A. L. Cape is in Oklahoma City at the bedside of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Paul Hatcher, who un- derwent surgery for gall stones Monday morning. Her condition is reported to be fair. (Continued on Page 2)   

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