Fort Gibson Independent, April 21, 1938

Fort Gibson Independent

April 21, 1938

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Fort Gibson Independent (Newspaper) - April 21, 1938, Fort Gibson, Oklahoma Oldest Town In Oklahoma - Home of the Old Stockade - On Highway 62  Quaint but Interesting --~-------"There'i No Other Place On Earth Like It" _--� _. 20.000 READERS EACH MONTH Fort Gibson Independent " HERB SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S BIGHTS MAINTAIN, UN A WED BY GRAFTERS OR CORRUPT BY GAIN " MUSKOGEE COUNTY'S GREATEST WEEKLY VOLUME XIII FORT GIBSON, MUSKOGEE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1938 NO. 48 As I See It- By John A. Woods We spoke of several doing repair work last week. Well, they are a t it again this week. Hugh McLoud is having a new front put in at his barber shop, Mr. Brodie is painting the front of his s t o r e, Mr. Allison is still doing repair work in his store and having water installed, Mr. Mack Palmer has new awnings at the Corner Drug and Mr. Bynum has h i s plumbing completed and is having the upper story of his building made into apartments. TAHLEQUAH CENTENNIAL The churches were well attended Easter with record attendance in all Fort Gibson churches and good programs given. Attending church only at Easter time may in a small way atone for the whole year but those of you who do this, just remember that if no one took an interest in the churches except at this season there would be n o church for you to attend when Eastejr Sunday did come. Neighbors are something to be appreciated...Mr.A.L. Rogers brought home our setting hen and then gave us a setting of fine White Rock eggs to go with her. I aotice in the Tulsa World where G. W. Bowm�n,of Palisade, Colo suggeated in a letter to Govene^&mmons that army bombing plane be used t o drop bombs on tornados and thus releasing the vaecum dissipating the storms power. This seems possible altho would be something like the mic8 tieing the bell on the cat. School Events For Remainder Of Year Friday, April 29th. Junior Senior Play, "A Henpecked Hero". Friday, May 6th., Junior Senior Banquet. Sunday, May 6th., Baccalaurate Sermon. Thursday, May 12th. Baccalaurate. Friday, May I3th. School closes. Special to the Independent By J. E- B. Grimes The Junior Chamber o f Commerce of Tahlequah is sponsoring a Centennial celebration which is to commemorate the Exodus of the Cherokees, sometimes known as the Trail of Tears--100th anniversary. Also it is the 100th anniversary of the establishment of a postoffice at Tahlequah. This event will take place May I9th. while the whole United States is celebrating Air Mail week which is to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first successful flight of a i r craft by Wright Brothers. It is a strange coincidence that this flight took place upon the old stomping ground of the Ceerokees, Kitty Hawk, N. C. A n old time stage coach carrying mail will leave Tahlequah and place the mail on an air plane at Hat Box field, Muskogee. Local stamp collectors may b e given the privelege of placing mail upon this historic event. A beautiful cachet will b e placed on a 11 mail at Tahlequah. Minstrel Show At High School Auditorium Program At Presbyterin Church Sunday Evening 7:30, April 24th., 1938 � Opening Song Prayer, Rev. J. C. Boatright Piano Solo, "The Scarf Dance" Miss Mary Lou Boydstun Recitation, "The Story of Joseph, Master Harold Riddle. Chorus, "The Wind and Daffodils". Violin Solo, George McDougal Vocal Solo, Mr. Albert Withers Piano Solo, "Minuet in G", Miss Caroll Nation Reading, Miss Dovie Ford Piano Solo, Master Edwin Giistus Vocal Solo, Miss Ada Gray Garrett. Address, Rev. J. C. Boatright. Piano Duet, Master Julian and Miss Nancy Feild. Remarks, Mr. C. B. Kagy. Piano Accompanist, Miss Pearl Robinson. Director. Mrs. Beatrice Reeves. Coming FRIDAY NIGHT APRIL 22 BIG MINSTREL SHOW Sponsored by Ladies of Methodist Missionary Society Lots of Laughs - Lots of Music by String Band Funny Jokes 3 Act Play Admission 10 and 20 cents The people of Ft. Gibson and surrounding territory will have an opportunity to see a real pood minstrel show Friday night at the high school auditorium. This show is put on by a group of boys from Braggs and has been shown several places with great success. Not only is the comedy part unusually good but the stringed orchestra is a dandy. You will enjoy this show and the admission price is within the reach of everyone. It is being sponsored by the Methodist missionary society. METHODIST Preaching Services 1st. and 3rd. Sundays Rev. Marion McGuire, Pastor Morning Sunday School 10:00 Church Services 11:00 Evening Epworth League 6:30 At this hour there will also b e a class for older people. PRESBYTERIAN Sunday School Supt. C. B. Kagy Morning Sunday School 10:00 BAPTIST Preaching Services 1st. & 3rd Sundays Morning Sunday School 9:45 Church Services 11:00 Evening B. T. U. 6:30 At this hour there are classes for all age. Church Services 7:30 Prayer Meeting Wednesday Evening 7:30 Womens Missionary Union every Tuesday afternoon at the church. APOSTOLIC CHURCH Mrs. Julia Weatherford, Pastor Woodroe Ayers, S. S. Supt. Morning Sunday School 10:00 Preaching 11:00 Evening Preaching 7:30 Joe H. Childers For Court Clerk JOE H. CHILDERS Joe H. Childers, Democratic candidate for Court Clerk, i s a man well qualified for this position, ha v i n g served as Chief Deputy Court Clerk since January 1 9 3 5. Mr. C h i 1 d e r s needs no introduction to the people of Muskogee County, having been a resident since 1904. The office of Court Clerk car ries many duties and responsibilities, inasmuch as records for both the District Court and County Court are maintained in this office. There are three judges of the District Court and one of the County Court and thousands of dollars are handled through this office. It is of vital importance t o select a man who i s qualified to handle these affairs. Mr. Childers' experience as Chief Deputy Court Clerk thoroughly qualifies him for the position he is seeking and his services in this capacity merit the influence and support of the voters of this county. AT YOUR SERVICE We ask the serve you of a - opportunity to in the capacity FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE WE HAVE TO OFFER Prompt - Courteous Service and High Quality Merchandise At Correct Prices You pay no Premium For Dependable Service In Our Drug Store CORNER DRUG STORE Every Inch A Drug Store Prescription Specialist Phone 89 Ft. Gibson Agents forFranklina Stock Serums Read Tht Ads It Pays CHURCH OF CHRIST The Church o f Christ has changed its regular services from Saturday nights to Sunday nights and everyone is cordially invited t o attend these Bible sermons. Services begin at 7:30 each Sunday evening. Fort Gibson With a colorful history of a century and much more- was the scene of many of the most stirring events in America. Visit it whtn on your vacation. "Let Me Help to Keep Children Healthy" Says Reddy Kilowatt Good foods, properly refrigerated and well cooked, are mighty essential for sturdiness to growing bodies. Reddy Kilowatt realizes this and that's why he offers his dependable services in the Electric Refrigerator and the Electric Cooker. Both are health building appliances upon which parents absolutely can depend at all times. OKLAHOMA GAS AND W ELECTRIC COMPANY Am Okhhmmm ImwHtvHam. UtmUhhml. BUmkmmm frnVWw, 1902 ROBT. C. COFFY, Manager Eastern Division ;