Thursday, July 14, 1938

Adair County Democrat

Location: Stilwell, Oklahoma

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Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 14, 1938, Stilwell, Oklahoma 03  .  (2 3 a g. 3 J T-t 3i ' d) 0) S3. i vil * ,- 05 1 V) . ... S3.....  �na � --> +�> W CO I 4 t SHERIFF Ferguson Buffington Crittenden 83 17 13 107 19 10 50 63 40 54 76 15 18 16 4 93 43 8 53 103 29 52 50 19 38 67 19 35 24 4 46 58 16  f 491 41; 37 j; 22 29 24 44 38 6 56 32 7 130 47 33 239 87 24 101 26 30 166" 52 9 237 53 14 64 196 15 97 207 26 17 31 5 83 19 7 104 27 24 J 2023 1421 443 COUNTY ATTORNEY Carroll Lynch 75 ,38 57 82 81 60 66 64 36 4 57 76 141 44 62 62 54 69 .54 12 79 37 --T- 81 f M 51 20 48 34 55 45 139 59 151 192 100 59 91 134 119 185 164 105 166 161 23 21 41 75 70 86 2041 1735 COURT CLERK Dannenberg Welch Eads 19 66 29 33 90 19 36 58 53 78 13 43 19 11 7 66 26 38 56 13 114 35 54 29 � 61 32 23 39 1 23 59 12 43 65[ 00{ 37v 56 5 9 51 13 22 3 39 56 40 100 69 130 105 104 96 29 36 98 55 72 151 91 60 137 23 95 156 130 123 24 10 14 64 18 29 79 41 38 1651 . 935 1184 COUNTY CLERK Waters Raines 79 1B2 84 53 122 16 107 30 21 19 76 58 118 66 72 46 49 70 36 28 92 23 59; 4fi\ 53 13 71 9 55 28 123 65 189 157 88 64 169 56 187 110 198 59 231 70 46 4 83 30 105 51 2513 1203 CO. TREASURER Langl*r -,; Summers, Ark. COOPERATIVE CANNERY GAINING INTEREST PLAN FOR OFFICIAL 4-H DELEGATES TO 1938 ROUND-UP ANNOUNCED. on EAST PEAVINE ITEMS W. R. McPherson called Oharles. Garrett Sunday, from &:apmSif. -|SS ,'1?ffb?ff FUr3^y Roland Isaacs who is enlisted ni*hMuIv 14-at _th_* community BUNCH NEWS Plans for establishing a Cooperative Cannery in the.Union Grade district ar� progressing splendidly. The general committee held a meeting at the U. G. school building last Monday night and worked on the constitution and by-laws. They also THANKS " Allow me to sincerely thank.; every one who voted for me Tuesday. Also to thank every one, including my opponents, for their kindness, courtesy arid .'consideration.'I have no ill will ;for anyone and sincerely desire, jto be worthy of the confidence of all. '.; Very truly yours, George M. Hagan. -_-. ' �o:' "�---lAii [Would You Likes To Have A Nice Case of Smallpox Today Mister? Mrs. Williams of Marble City was a visitor , at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Burch last week. The women's soft ball team played Lyons and won the game, by a score of 25-11. I South Bunch baseball team defeated bur-team by 10-13. Mr. and Mrs. Dale of Stilwell visited at the J. M. Johnson home last wee?. ------Or--- WATTS ITEMS Mrs. Nettie Ezell spent Saturday morning in Siloam. ' Mrs. J. W. Ayers is> in the John Brown hospital for a few weeks for medical treatment. / .._r , Francis . Wjiljey is. visiting a pleased- brother at Faye1;jteviHe. Stilwell Mr^'and Mrs^^tm Nickens and in the CCC camp at Pi'yor spent last weekend at' home...;  Herbert. Cqombes visited John McPherson Sunday. , L. S. Hardin and C. W. Ward igeft Tuesday fdr Chickasha to 'visit relatives and friends. George Clinton is.., visiting relatives at Proctor. Roland Isaacs called on W. R. McPherspn Saturday night. . _-1..,;... .To ''---- STILWELL WINS The Stilwell s baseball team poured it on the Sallisaw aggregation in their game there July 4. The score was 14 to 1. SalHsaw's one run was "made* on an error. The anext' game will be with building north of U. Q, school; school-building; Monday night Friday night July 15 at Lyons July 18 at Bunch; Tuesday night July 19 at Kentucky school; Wednesday night July 20 at South Greasy school; Thursday night July 21 at the Rocky;Mountain school; Friday ought July 22 at Horn school. Interest in this Cooperative Carihery is becoming widespread. People arebeg&ning to see the tremendous Sv^lue of such a project to the community and surrounding territory. All who are interested! are incited to attend any of the above meetings. I -.-o-- Stillwater, Ok. July 14. Plans are nearing completion for the largeist State 4-H Club Round-Up held in Okalhoma thus far; according to B. A. Pratt, State Club A^ent., r.-ti0*^ Mohday evening Augusts; the A; arid M. College and its Extension Service will throw open; its doors to more than 2,500 cluh� members and leaders for one' week of short course work and leadership training. As in pre* ., , vious years, the 10 high scoring, vJe*re sure JT wouloVnot. 4-H club boys arid 10 high scori ^there are % few scattered ing girls from Adair county and 7�^;cfe^ ^y each of the other 76 counties'^n*t,ttl*e a smouldering flanje, will be official delegates. a* ^ moment to burst; , " . ,. . mto a roaring destructive blaze Since the different lines of that may even take a few lives activities have been expanded. before it can be brought under from year to.year, many coun-;!contr0l. ties will far exceed the 20 deled The majority of the school gates per County. Counties ar6 children in your community being encouraged to be well represented in the 17 shorj-courses, including foods, cloth? ing, home improvement, agronomy, pastures, agricultural engineering, marketing, horticul have been protected, against; this disease through the efforts', of your local school authorities and physicians with the co-> 'operation of  the State Healfhj Department. Are you and your ture, yard improvement, dairy, family protected? poultry, entomology, health, | Protect yourselves at once. arm management, wildlife con servation, leadership, and livestock.  Full of enthusiasm, dressed in their green and white club uniforms, this group of "clovers leaf workers" will conduct their, organized Stamp this thing out before it gets beyond control. See your family physician today. He can adyse you. Stop smallpox before it-stops you. i State Health Dept. � District No. 1, Tahlequah^ ,Ok.S ----o- v*v .��v�-" 6""**-. - '-: | >� Of 90 arrests made by the Ok-Westville, July 10i at the city Jahoma Patrol on reckless driv-park here. ^ , ing charges during the first half s. The first .traffic fatality of the of June,. 22 were of dr|yers in witn tne snowing our oniwcii  ..,�w,Wo year in' Adai* county cost the <volved*inaccidents, scouts were making and were Children of Tulsa were visiting life of 57-year-old C. G. Bryant, I - -r--n-o ______i i___4-i�� v..-...,itT nf S-olntivPB ViprA fhia week. la rural mail "carrier. A "freieht impressed by the beauty of the numerous native stone buildings wlijch have been erected upon ktK|/:camp-site. ^_ [rs. C. A. Basinger of Mug ??. spent the weekend ing Mr. Basinger. relatives here this week Martha Thbriias of Pheonix, Arizona, is* visiting Nay W.elcji. , Mrs. Lottie Cobb and daugh- | cemetery Wednesday. a niraf^maiPcarrier. A -freight 1  Commissioned P. Wi' foote of traift?struck hiacar on a curve. ,the Pennsylvania Motj^l,Police, 'Of 5*4 fatal collisions involv-/Salety'ComriiTssibrier.i ing trucks in this-1 state - srnctr - eylvffhia^hKr ""decreais^ January 1, 20 were^pictem fatalities 35 percent 'truC^yi!l^P'*^:'^^1'' ro1 JIF i ^rs of the year as por4#lljp�i^ it speed Hi death crashes. lmiles an hour. State at Pen-traffic e the isult of to 50 Rbund-Up in a well w. 0_______ way. Three times a day the four I" Dr. and Mrg.A. K. Chri^iani districts will meet in tents erec- and daughters-Doris, Bai*aia : ted on the campus lawn for and Doha Belle of Normanf le'rit|i .them reggMlar meetings anU^the.-weekeiiaiVJviaiiiingV'.-; iaP&^s: , program, after which they wilt home of Mr. and Mrs. wPiA;^ assemble for general assembly:; Woodruff.f Prominent speakers and special'I � if|a^ures wjill be presented. j ;Mr. and-Mrsi ;Clyde L Following morping assemblyi turned to'their home in,Cul| nten|bers will go to ttieir eh6^'--:w^W^fl^-!'�peS[^jal febo-pcouraes from 9 to ll:3ji ,jh|dividuar conlte^ guc, am demonstration rve^iriii ^tensioi

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