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   Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - August 25, 1938, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                4 ft"- 131 i STttWELL, ADAIR C( ,.v';i'       i;;"5'if ? Notes - We now ihave �the teachers* supplies such as register covers, register sheets, -pupil's report cards, monthly reportr books, etc Teachers -please call ^and get them, if, convenient, i Mr. W. H. Rainwater, principal of the, Oak Hill school, reported recently that every child in the dstrict was in school except one and this one was out on account of illness. Schools will all be gong Monday, Aug., 29. We have an ex-ceptionjally good attendance. Let us all try to keep it up. Watts and Westville,and Stil-well, have extended hetir transportation territory to take care oArearly 600 high school pupils transferred to high schools this year. G. M. Hagan, County Supt. Mr. and Mrs. Reem Goldsbor-ough and son, Robert, of Conway, Ark., spen the weekend visiting Mr. Goldsborough's sister, Mrs. H. W. Burch. Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Callaway and family of Wagoner spent Sunday withjMrs. Callaway's, parents, Mr.^m Vrs. T. C. Worsham. Miss Delora Bradley returned to lier home in OKemah Sun-after spending two weeks here With Miss Tommie Ruth Reese. &�    "   .  UNION GRADE TO VOTE ON BOND ISSUE FOR NEW AUDITORIUM BUILDING John B. McTaggart, superin GAME CALLED OFF ""The ISlilwell baseball team was minus an opponent Sunday when the Park Corners aggregation failed to put in an appear-; ance.StilweH thjsjyeM'has a li-j vely teanVand has won some good games.      ( v JUDGMENTS FROM DISTRICT COURT Edith Sartgrayes vs. Sterling Hartgraves. Divorce,. Thelma Hollenback vs. E. R Hollenback. Divorce. First National Bank of Stig-ler vs. L. M. Lay. Money judgment. Garmalita Spark vs. Ches Sparks. Divorce. MARRIAGE LICENSES Jim Hummingbird, 51, to Jennie Hummingbird, 43, both of Echota. Don Carpenter, 21, to Annie Melton, 18, both of Tahlquah. Thomas Jones, 21, to Leeta Braswell, 17, both of Davidson. J. L. Yancey, 21, Baron, to Anna Slater, 18, Park Hill. Ok IMPORTANT BALLOT BY LEE- BOND Voters will he asked to pass tendXI* &ES�$SF& hool, said this week that the �^;f Action, mcludraga con district is considering voting a ^tuti�nal, amendment to re-bond issue in the amount of tne !?ous?.0f I'epresenta-$4000 for the completion of the Jives membership to one for ea-Lhool building andthe erection Jjg^ ��* enate to 84 of a new auditorium.. members after 1940. Petitions, McTaggart said, are being ciircula�ed now. and the vote will be held soon. Vafc" uation in the district runs about $271,000. The district carries a bonded indebtedness at present of $9000 and there is $1027 in the sinking fund. CARBONS RETURN FROM TOUR OF EASTERN PART OF COUNTRY The Carson family returned Tuesday from a long tour of the east that included Washington, D. C and New York City. The group traveled by i car/ Those making the trip Were: Mr. and Mr. Col Carson and children, ~,------ Mr. and . Mrs:/ Horace.  Oar/on jway'.funds, and Melba and Bobbie 3Lou; |ilr, >' c-'��'-  METHODIST CHURCH Services 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. ;. . , Mm-ninir subiect: The Abun- way commission under the pro-j   *tw� At thi� pvenine hour posed law.  Cities  and .towns Mr and Mrsf J. M- Dodgeh will per cent would go to the high-preach.   L. C. Summers, Past. W-^ for a place on the ballot include: 7eferendiun ptition to prevent a bill of the 16th legisla? ture from becoming la law whi- CHAMBER MEETS The Chamber of Commerce met at the Methodist; church...    ...     .   10_ ��i,Ak,J^,-A. Monday nigh,:iriaSj2!.ttS� present, Jeff D. Atkerson, presi dnt said this week. Routine business was discussed. ON VACATIONS inspectors from the corporation commission to the state tax com mission, The corporation com-mission^as fought the proposed transfer. The gasoline mv spectors represent patronage to Harold Cook left early this the commission and it is not �week for a vacation trip to Port willing to give up without a fi-Arthur, Texas, while his broth- �ht. The inspector jobs pay a: er, Woodrow, went to Rolla, Mo. round $150 a month, for anl outing. The boys j\re the A constitutional amendment ^ons of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cook, for teacher pensions is another interesting . question facing a Mrsr'}c^,"JSl^CaeIlaDy 'Mrs. tea- Frankln and Mrs. -Poynbr of che^haye worked hard to Se-Claremore visited friends here Icure fe*88*!r ;�* Their Friday. Mrs. McClellan and Mrs. Franklin will be remembered .as Pauline and ALYene1 Poynor. Miss Vincent Goodall will leave Saturday for Preston where she is employed as music teacher in'the Preston school systm. -        ' -   H Earl Reeves returned to his home in Fort Smith Sunday after spendng several days visit- wfltw FieS '   an     \iwbto  my position being Agri-AU vou could hear was: Have cuitural Manager, you seen those three-pound,-. j wish to thank all of you for bass? I'm going to Lees Creek ithe many. kindne8es a,d court-next time. What kind of bait [esies ym extended me du-did you use? Etc. all day       ! ring the time I have been your CJounty Agent. ^wICK^b2dJi,f00?i-c^ ^ extend the 8ame welcome S ^n.�f�7?*?lS�'pwU^S an ^assistance to my successor, out a 10-pound cat, He caught,), g0 whenevoV you may be in v!^pLS9JS&f^-- Tul8a 1 would like to extend an 2fc?nt ine' 1TC invitation to you in the words gged � bl* fat n Baron which of thjdate Charles Russell, who 5�kS hL^le' hrt spent his lifetime  among the round awhile and fgaily broke ^ovra   Blackfeet,   Flatheads, ^fr^BT'ijfeSJrSS Bl00da' and Sioux of the north-in the depths. Ira_Breeden and     t j     t   "When you come Joe Guyette reported a numer- to      i^ge, my brother, the ^/lir^rS^TS bSiS I ^be wiU blspreaXahd the'pipe . m^mMi^U be ^ -*st sincerely, was hardly succesful although I caught a four-pound cat and Wrestled with one that may have   weighed eight   pounds. He was the big one that got a-wayv M. R. McSpadden, Co. Agent --. '-/:,d-. ~" : . . i '�� . FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bus drivers will be Milton Bennett. J. C. Johnson and Harold Fletcher. Jaaitors are G. R. Ritter and Al Stevens No football coach has as yet been employed but the application of Kermit TTractor" Trent is under consideration. He is a graduate of the Oklahoma A and M. College. BOOST THE BAND Subscribe Now To The Adair County Democrat $1.00 A Year One Half Of your money will go into the band Uniform Fund See A Member Of The o      '  , . (Continued to Fage Two)  w O? mm inAiiimymiriiTtin^iwrjaitirfHkni The interest is growing each week  in Sunday School, B. T. U. and W. M. S. New members are nn,cn. hitt^a;*.;*- ,   .- .      being aded to every phase of the ^iiSSSS^I^Sw**- ^ople are being added penter, tie-buyer and sign-pai- three n m 5Sr^^6D ^ S^STl   Atown does not go beyond w t�o6 hls,usual reiwrt-noth,^ ChTistan .activities. There- K� ^AffJ ^^l8*0^ *�T it-fa. very necessary that him. After fishing the entire- churches are kept going. JSffriTafflLrTS f^ng- Repetition of act! wlar gro-^ISS^f^Jf1' GTge oves in character, and results �S� lake near here in fixed traits. Back of every where, little! tiny catfish bite t te inclination Sad to 88V readily. While the rest of his act 18 an mcIinawon- &aa n***-party were! cussing the little cats for eating up th bait, .George proceeded to have the time of hi life. He caught and strung 16 of the little three and. four i human nature! is heir to inclinations that are unwholesome;-' and acts that blight the soul more frequently result than lo a m which left me the job of getting _ tendance need to be     ^; the paper out. The day he left, the life. Out of them wjl I proceeded to almost bum my the inspiration ^to form otner index finger off, thereby mak- g0od habits that are so neces { ing it most difficult to operate the linotype. So, as you can see, the paper isn't so hot this week. I hope you'll pardon us. There is much discussion a-bout the site for the new post-office. The site that seems the most desirable to most folks is the C. A. Worley property a-cross the street'from the Farm-ejrs Produce. This is a Jarge, corner site ajftd is priced reasonably. Several of Stilwell's better business men would like to see the Worley property accepted. It is centrally and con-J veniently located, is on a paved street, and has other advantages. -\ > , VISITING WORSHAMS Mrs. Ed Coyle of Duncan, Ok-laohma, is viisting in the homes of-T. a and R. B. Worsham. Mrs. Coyle, who formerly lived fyere but hasn't visited Adair county in^ittany years,*; ,?> a siiter of'the Worsham brdthers. in ,...........................a_L. FORMER OFFICIAL HERE ' Miss=liwav'M;oun�'a former county * superintendent- m Cjiunty,:,wa� ^ ' Mm Adair sary to strength and success. Rev. Rust CARS WITHOUT TAGS . TO BE SEIZED SOON -     iri""' '"'j '   - ' ;'4:' Tag Agent Dornbrack this week said that -cars without license tags would- be seized and: sold for the tax^ after .t|>day: and he expects ah eiforcemenfri agent to help him. The agent: part of this weelt/ ->--*v? . To redetem a seized car, the owner niust pay the license t'ax^ the penalty which- cannot ex� cee^d tm taxr and' tiio: seissure* fees, usually;$WUn1eVslthe| ^B^^MrMBm^&i "salelandl^ seirit publically: -r Dr. and'Mrs^ W.;M; Hy and*oni|iD.,|in|p ma Getty^tWiW Minnesota -w^ to'^eeif5;     " Am sic; 3ft.   

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