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   Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - March 10, 1938, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                |SI�htorlca\ Sod�W BOOSt THE C. Of C; IT BOOSTS YQU. i:. I A * 'v..}vn-;', tm \0>MMm i s i i SCHOOL BOARD WINS IN FIGHT FOR NAMING OF NYA BUILDING SUPERVISOR REPUBLICANS ELECT McCLENDON LEADER ' FOR NEXT tWO YEARS Rector to be Transferred to Anther Position by March 14 is Report WILLIAM E. RAY, 33, DIES AT CANE HILL The Stilwell school board Thursday apparently had won its' month-long fight with the NYA and Nichols patronage bosses when it became- known that 'Lace, Rector, supervisor on the $6000 school building near the high school, would be transferred to another position March 14. The school board wil name the man to take his place. The controversy developed several weeks ago when NYA officials announced that Rector, a resident of Wesfville, had been appointed supervisor. The majority of the school board, Walter Fleming and Mrs. J. E. Burnett, said that they were not consulted about the appointment and as the supervisor was spending $2100 of the school board's and county's money, they thought they should have a part in naming him. Abe Allison, druggist and pre-sideht!of the school board, sided with the NYA and representatives of Nichols, who undertook to take a part in naming the supervisor. After learning the details o f the controversy, Nichols, in a letter to Walter Fleming, took the side of the majority of the school board and had the Rector appointment rescinded. Interest in the "fighf , has been intense with the majority of the townspeople siding -writh Walter Fleming and Mrs. Burnett. It was repeatedly asserted that there was nb personal objection to Rector's appointanent, intfthe sehoot bota^ ^belleiy ttnly because of the ^Dictatorial William E. Ray, Julian Ray of Marietta, died at his home in Cane Hill Monday. He was 33 years of age and leaves his wife and five children surviving him. Mr. Ray moved only recently to Cane Hill. He was buried at Dutch Mills, Ark. under the supervision of the Roberts Funeral Home. ALLISON DECLINES TO _.SAY HE'LL RUN Abe Allison, president of the said -he "didn't know" whether he would be a candidate for reelection to the position at the school board election March 29 when asked" this week; Adair county republicans, meeting at the court house Sat-, urday, elected J. E. McClendon, Proctor merchant and member of the county excise board, chairman for the next two years. Mrs..Alex Tihdle, wife of brother of I the county commissioner,  was .....'elected vice-chairman^fchd Bur* hell Parsons was made secretary. Judge W. A. Woodruff was elected state committee man and Mrs. Helen E. Carter, West-ville, state committee woman. On a motion by Judge Woodruff, the convention endorsed Tom Blaine, Kingfisher,, for state chairman. The meeting was attended by about 60 persons. Talks were made by Mr. McClendon, How-druggist and ard Morton former state repres-school board, entative, ^ A. Qtorley, former county judge, a n d Everett Hawe's. J. W. Holt, retiring chairman, presided. PERSONS CE FOR BOARD FARMERS VOTE. TO FORM AREA FOR SOIL CONSERVATION Mrs. J. E. Burnett* Appointed To Fill Husband's Term i Seeks Re-election ADAIR AIR Cleve Bullette "Mrs. XET Burnett," member of the Stilwell school board, announced this week that she would be a candidate to succeed herself in order to* carry out the reminder of her appointment. She,Was appointed following the death of her husband, John Burnjett, for several years a school board member. Mrs. Burnett has serve/* only a few months of her husband's term. As she feels that Mr* Burnett had several good ideas* for the school system that should be carried out, she is anxious to serve in his place until the term expires. Another well-known man to announce for a school board office this  week  is Gus West, ____ j farmer and widely known citi- Services wero held Sundav zen Adah* county. West is a for Tririe aS Ha^, wha died . P^ty p^ef.a^ is consider March 4 after a long illness. She TRIXIE ADA HALL IS    A-   BURIED AT ZION was 25 years of age and was the daughter of Frank Hall. Rev. E. R. Hall officiated at the services.which were held at the Christian church. Burial was at Zion under the direction of the Roberts Funeral Home. She is survived by her father and "Slugger.John" Coffey, the highway commissioner from Sallisaw; h&d a fight this week with^fQash" Gentry, state house two brothers, Toy and John, and political figure. The papers did- four sisters, Ruby, Mrs. Herb n't say who won but it's a sure Rhoads, Mrs. John Gordon and thing that Coffey lost further in J Mrs. Chastain.  m, Marc)*: 2. 38UB^J?m�^^ to heautl:   Thl|%as attend^ b>^j^in-| {for refusing to okeh the Rector appointment was "to keep politics out of the schools." * As yet the school board has not named a man* to take Rector's place but some action is expected soon. fourteen gardens, ^^tt^jpfc 'members preset'There were too much for the ladies but it six" club presidents and ten club was a good idea. As a runner-up, secretaries with a total of seven-it might be suggested that Stil- t-y^�ur Pres�nt   v ,  . well  residents  convert  their members voted tohold yards into flower gardens. It is. th^f cott�n fress "J"** at then-easy to select and plant a wan-]*?* meeting May 11 that ber of varieties that require little care, yet grow profusely. They certainly will look better than a yard crammed full of weeds. John McTaggart, superintendent at Union Grade, has threatened for the past two weeks to The members will wear house dresses or street dresses they have made of cotton materials. A prize is offered to the club styling the nearest hundred per cent in this revue. There will also be a contest and revue of child garments for children up to seven years of age. Miss Diehl, district home de Twenty Adair county farmers met in the court house Tuesday afternoon with Dr. E. E. Scholl, director of state extension work, and other officials for the purpose; ,of further organizing a conservation district. With County Agent M. R. Mc-Spalden presiding,' the farmers listjened to the explanation of senate bill 208 which authorizes them to organize the soil saving areas_._ After argument and con-sideration/th.efarmers voted.to put. Cherokee and Adair counties in one district, ami rejected the inclusion of Sequoyah county. Difference in farming methods was the reason.. Other officials attending the meeting were: Ed Roberts, coordinator, Earl Lowe, executive secretary of the state committee, set up by the. bill, and E. P. Weston. WINSOR SEEKS SECOND TERM County Judge Will Run; - on Record, He Declares; Wants , Voters to See Him YOUNGER MEN SLOW TO ASK FOR OFFICES Incumbents have Announced for Re-election to County Jobs So Far ^earl M^er8,Adm. of estate *; |* Myrick vs. Effie Farns ";*t alt Foreclosure.  VQttoRuhl,V t; Williaroa, et al. Quiefw e Livers vs. John Livers Quieting title. . S. It. Davis et al.  vs.  Ben-Davis, et ali Quieting title.    = Chrystal Holiman vs. Lester Holiman. Divorce. et Judgment From District Court To. the Voters of Adair Oounty: I wish tb notify you all that I shall be'a candidate for county judge during the elections of this year, seeking my second term, I have caried out faithfully every promise I made and I assure you Lthal I shall cqntinuej to serve the citizen^ of this county to the best of ^ny. ability. During the coming month, it will be impossible for :mejfe>-see all of you personally, ^o I shall count, on you to speak a good word' for me and to tell your friends that I am a candidate for re-election. U ? fo; tite meantime, :N. whenever �dme into the office of the coim-ty judge in the court house and talk to me. Harry Winsor Candidate for County Judge Second term STDLWELL BAND TO MIAMI BAND FESTIVAL ^S^^nX^ Valuable suggestions and reaJ carefully by , far-sighted board members several years ago, had a temporary setback but again is forging iahead. 1 McTaggart reports that the schopis "credits'' have bee^n rci- DCVCi^1 sitored. They were lost under an members', earlier supervisor and this year    The meetimr the name of union'"-Grade* ac- "   " cording to McTaggart, is not in the list of Oklahoma's   "accredited schools." However, next year, U- G. will be "back in the book." When Mr. McTaggart brings in the complete report, received I w. E. CANTRELL DIES from the state department, we William E. CahtreU. 18. son will go further into^this matter. 0f Mrs. Jennie Cantrell of near 0 ,. * * , , 0.., Bunch, died March 5, He*was a Speaking of schools, the StiK student at the Union Grade sc-well city system, according to hool. Services were held at Zion former, pupils,: has improved church Sunday and burial was marvelously during the past few the Zjon cemetery under th* di- four of Grace N. Crowell's poems. These poems were f& homey, farm poems. She also suggested a list of farm stories the members might like to read. The agent will secure copies of several of these boplcs for the was conducted by the new council officers, .Mrs. J, M. Hornsby, president; Mrs. Sam Mitchell, secretary; Mrs. Roy Cobb, song leader sind Mrs. Nellie Baird, reporter. Elizabeth Atkinson, JLD.A. years. Willard Fellows called this matter to my attention some days ago. He commented on the fact that when he Was in school, an attendance of 50 at a high school performance for the public was considered good. Now days, the auditorium Is packed whenever an entertaih-ment is spbnsored or provided by the school rection of the Roberts Funeral Home. : ]r j i�; AGED LADY SUCCUMBS Mrs. March the Roberts Funeral Home chapel was buried in New Hope. Rev. L. C. Summers presided. Surviving her are: W. C; Frank and family; H. E. Frank Chrystal Holiman vs. .Lester Holiihah. Divorce. Violet Briggs vs. Geo. Briggs. Divorce. Custody of children awarded plaintiff. William Isaacs vs. Board Co. Commissioners, Quieting title. MaudsfHutchesoir vs. M. A-Hutchepon. Pivorce. per vs. Bessie Hum- mmi Quieting title. MARRIAGE  LICENSES William Austin, 36, and Win nie Rxigerti. 38, both of Short. : Hersliei C?lappins, 26, and Al-bertaliondon, 26, both of Shorf; Jv C. Adams, 67, and Mae Lee, 56; both, of Watts. Ray Wilkie, 21, and Mary Lee Devine, .18,^bdih of We'stville. ; Dewey Alberty, 39, and Bes sie Connoe,44, both of Tulsa. ; John Gregory, 21, and Emma Acorn, 16^ both of Stilwell. RAILROAD MEN HERE Several representatives of the Kansas City Southern were Stilwell Visitors Monday to discuss the erection of a new $2500 fruit 1 loading shed, and dock for Stilwell; Thdse here were: C. E McCarty, supt., Arthur Leckie, industrial agent, D. A. Kubler, L. E.   Frank,81j  diedv division engineer and H. N. 7 and after services at, Hall Fort Smith general agent; The Stilwfcll band will go to' Miami to take part in the Tri State Band Festival Saturday, March 12.  About forty band members will make the trip Many of the parents are plann ing on going with the band. The Stilwell band was honored by having four of its members selected for the Tri-Sfate bind Jerry White, Baritone; Alfred Southworth and Ivory Paater, Clarinet and Carl Holt, Cornet The Tri-State band will give ai concert in the Northeastern Junior College auditoriuni Saturday night at 7:30. --�*�:>? ALLEN TO PREACH Although many younger A-dair countians are aspiring to political office, there is a strong timidity about annoucing this year observers declare as the filing time for both county and state offices draws near. The filing period for county offices opens April }3 and closes May 28. For state offices the filing, dates are from April 4 to May 7. Numerous county officials have indicated that they will seek reelection but few "outs" have indicated that they w#l et in. Bill Barker, former iff, reputedly is in the race for county commissioner against' Ora Gordon iw-dfttrie* two. So far these are the only two men n this race.      - Bill Langley^iWho will again run for county treasurer, - has drawn no opposition so far. Nor has J. W. Ferguson* .sheriff* who will run for a second term. There has been ; talk of Mose Orittenden, early day sheriff, running against Ferguson but this- is uwonfinaedw: i Court Clerk Jum Dannenberg has drawn one opponent, Buefc Smith, son of George Smith, |f�roier political figure- in thi^ county. No one has definitelysan- ^ nounced for the county clerk job, naw held by George Waw*09^ but it is certain that an an� nouncement will he made in .^Byte race. * ^ George Hagan has as: v yet drawn no -opposition for. the county superintendency but t|us , is another race, hi which there rwill bejopp^sition to the ineiim- ing. of ..running but none liave-definitely announced; ' ' ' Harry Winsor, county judge, may. not draw an opponent in the democratic primary. He has announced for his^ second term. Political observers deem it unlikely that Wayne Hopkins, county assessor, will have au opponent in the primary. Hopkins, seeking a second term, has proven a formidable vote getter and aspirants for county, offices' are shying* away from his, job. Qounty Attorney E. G. Carroll it now appears may not.have any opposition in the primary. If this develops, it isn't likely that Carroll will draw, an opponent  in the, general election. In the north end commissioner's race, incumbent John McQu-istion may draw an opponent. Walter Graft, former bank'em'-ployee,.may. run against, hhn, G. W. Allen-will preach at the Ewing Chapel .school house; Saturday night, March 12. Services will begin at 7:30 p. m; and a 11 o'clock' Sunday* Then he "wil preach at Elm ..Grove -schod house at 2:30 i>. m. and again at Ewing Chapel for the services Sunday evening. Every one is invited to come and hear Brother Allen. There is a bible studv each1 Lords day at Ewing Chape] school house at 10 o'clock a. m All are invited to be with us for these studies. FRANK ADAIR TO RUN This indicates a stronger an.d family; A. A. Frank and fa-supportlng spirit in the city. As^llv5 M^J^^^Ii^^ f BUCK! ASBILLf DIES Buck Asbill, for many years;, I to eurriculum, the schools how borne; and Mrs, r-"^^ny^ courses not .earlier v^nrayep-J1l~h0ittie' ^onomics, mf-lf commerce-~iivhich! o^ Eleribr Slich- 4he Northview cemetery under the d|rj^t�o^f     J100^ F�-? :^erai;B>�#|;|;^9^r.::i^ this great improvement. I si CALLED TO TENNESSEE  .R^P.E. B*Arhold?haaT>een at his old hoiiie in Tennessee all � Firank Adair, fomrer state repfegentative, said this week that?hej.>would announce1 in v a TO SING IN NEW YORK according to street lal& Craf tr also talked as a possible candK ; date for freasurer, is said to be. a potential vote getter of the  ' first order. Reliable, information indicates^ however, that' Craft   1 will not-be a candidate for trea> surer. ..:.;, V/ ;       :y:i:ri � :-vi! iU put ^pj^ffipil tit ft-,   

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