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   Democrat Journal (Newspaper) - October 21, 1938, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                -A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER The County Offi VOLUME 9. STILWELL. ADAIR COUNTY, OKLAHOMA.  FRIDAY. OCT. 21, 1938 Christie School Organizes 4-H Club The Chrintie school has completed organization of n 4 H club with 35 members, Miss At-j kinson, H- D. A. announced lart Friday. William Karl Trickctt. Miss Violet Horn, and Mrs. Oliver Sherle.y are the coaches. The officers and members Bre Benjamin  Perkins,   president; Jewell Neal, vice pres ; Myrtle Taylor, sec ; Jennie VVatti clothing and appropriate dress cap tain; Adina Watkins, ftwd prep-! aratiou   captain;   and  Alheita Uarron, Irene Carter, Francis Depart, Oar less Ham, Naoma Hensley, Mavis Vercine Lung-Icy, 11a Mes-", Alice Patlikiller, Jessie Sai ders, Naomi Smait, Velma Iax Smart,   (jernldine Snyder,   Knphrmia     Wallers, Adina Watkins, Ida Mae \\ alt, Wilma t)ean Williams, Arthur HroughUm, Fleet Carter, K� n ne'h Craig,   Derwood   Craig James   .VlcCuistion,   lJenjimm Perkins, Calvin Sauders,  Kiley Sunder*, Sherman Sanders, O. J Snyder, Donald Lee Spade, Cl.ule Taylor, Carroll Trickell, tins Watt, and Orval Walkiii", members. Dedication Program Galelia Robbing The program for the dedica-     Named S. H. S. tion of the new stone school       GridaTOI1 Oueetl building at Baron, Oct 24, 1938 ^ has been arranged and is as follows: 10:00-Music by S t i 1 w e 11 High School Band. 10:30-Address of Welcome by George Hagan, Supt. of Co. Schools. 10:40-Response to Welcome Address by C- K. Wells. 10:55-Music by Quartet. 11:00-Introductions    and short talks by W. P. A. Officials. 11:20-Dedication    Address by Congressman Jack Nichols. 12:10-Noon. 1:15-Music by Quartet. 1:25-Address  by   John Dahlonegah Citizen Buried Saturday Senior News Brown, Pies. John Hrown! College. Benediction. S. ri. S. Band The race for Football Queen closed last  week with victory John Fletcher, age 68 years, > for the ^nlorB wtth the follow-prominent and respected cit.i- jng votes cast: zen of I )ahloneKah community,1       Seniors f>7,!)0(> died   Friday at his  home of        Juniors .r>fi71S heart disease. He apparently Sophomores 21,����� was in good health until his de-        Freshman 7 '.H'A rnlse- Miss Polly Parrott won  the Mr. Fletcher was found dead fouu(.ajn pen and Mr. Catron lying on a pile of wood in the lne basket. 0f groceries, yard, by his daughter and hus-     We wish to tnank lhp husi. Undefeated for Two Years The Watts Engineers, Watts (�^-High school football team, have the distinction of being undefeated during the past two years by an Oklahoma team. In that time they have been di fettled only once by an out.of stale team- 1 liey are also Adair county champions tor the past two seasons and teams which once considered them as only 'warm up" caliber now steei c ear of thi-m. This season M. J. Nixon, coach, has ihe strongest Engineer aggregation in Hie In-.Lory of the school. Band Gives Concert at Westville The Stilwell High school band held a concert Tuesday night at the Westville Bchool auditorium. It was well attended. The local band received $11.60 as their share of the proceeds. ANNOUNCEMENT The Dr. W. M. McAnally dental office will be closed all next week. Mr. McAnally will attend a National Dental Association and Post Graduate in St. Louis. Mrs. Wendell Chambers and daughter Marilyn, of Ft.Smith, Ark., were Sunday guests in the borne oi Dr. and Mrs. D P. Chambers. BARGAIN IN ELECTRIC RADIO! ^Jfetabe pgiLOO--teble set Miss Barbara Jean ('arson was chosen by the musicians as their queen, Donald White, mascot, and Raymond McGee, drum major. Back of the Stilwell band is an active Band Boosters' club of approximately 100 members which is responsible for the organization's new uniforms. The women of this group took part in a number of money-raiding activities to earn $560 with which they bought uniform caps and coats, according t) Mrs Norris White, president. Band members purchased I heir own trousers. ] Officers of the Band Boosters' club other than Mrs. White are Mrs. George E. Shannon, vice president; Miss Ruth Panter, secretary-treasurer; and four committee chairman- M r s. Myrtle Waters, membership; Mrs. Marjorie Mc( alman, ir gram; Boyd McGee, enter tainment, and Mrs. Boyd McGee, finance. Included among the membership of the band are: Left to right in photo, front row, Sammy Bone, Billy Prock, George E. Shannon, Jr., Tom Waters, Frank Carson, Jr., and Bob Baker, Jr.   Second row, A. J. Emerson, band director; Barbara   Jean   Carson, band queen;   Eugene   Reed,  Alma Mae  Reese,   Katherine   Lee, Edward Patierson, Jack Lee, Dorothy   Mae Shannon, Audrey Jean Yoe, Frank Briggs, Inola Mayo, Vivian   Carson, Raymond McGee, drum major, and Feron Watera.  Third row. Jack Smith, Jimmie Mitchell, Ivory C. Panter, Bob McCal-man Selan Hall, Jerry White, Kathryn Lee, Pauline Wherry, Boyd McGee Jr , Roberta San ders, Dorothy Jean Tindle, Jack   Hornsby and  Dorothy Prock. Hiss Carson Viu THndlS /photo conrtesy of Daily Phoenix Miss Galelia Robbins, a sen ior student of Stilwell Hi, was elected football queen for the Indians Tuesday night, Oct. 11, H. H. Wilson, superintendent announced. Miss Robbins will be crowned at ceremonies to be held here on Homecoming day which will b e sometime i n November. Her attendants on this occasion will be the class football queens from the other three classes, including Miss Barbara Jean Carson, junior; Miss Dorothy Tindle, sophomore; and Miss Marilyn Lee Williams, freshman. hand, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Land of Tulsa who had arrived for a visit. He was born in the Dahlonegah community and lived there until his death. He was widely known as a respectable and law abiding citizen and hud many friends who were greatly shocked to learn of his departure. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Julia Fletcher, a son, Ben of Stilwell; two daughters, Mrs.! MrS. Ma Tga re! t C I.and of Tulsa, and Mrs. Ar-1 mmir   Blakemore  of Stilwell; and two brothers, .Jim and Bud if Dahlonegah community Funeral services   were con ducted Saturday at the home by Rev. J. L Brown of Jay, at 2:30 P   M.   Burial   in   New Hope cemetery under direction of Roberts funeral home. Pallbearers   were:   Ray Blakemore, George Starr, John Garrison, John Lewis,   T o m Matthews and Joe Starr. ness and town people who helped us in this contest. You have been very patient, liberal and co-operative with time and money. This spirit of en operation in the school is the result of the spirit instilled into the school by the town. The Seniors will crown their queen at the annual Homcrom-ing game in November. riizabeth Smith Mrs. Miirgan-tlr Smii h age -V" vnirs G. Smith, 4()'.l North Ft. Smith, ilii-il at Sunday, following an �'.li/'dielii or  nt lis. Mrs. Smith was liorn in Su well. Fell. 1, lSHGnnd grew up here. She was a member of the First Baptist eliurch, and of the Order of Eastern Star. She and her hiwband, a retired K C S. railroad conductor, had lived in Ft. Smith for 14 years, moving there from Stilwell. She leaves her husband, three sisters, Mrs. Waller Komon. Knfimla, Okla , Mrs. E. L. Kel ler. and Mrs. (Ji'orge Fowler of Stilwell. Okhi.. and two brothers,.!. B. and Joseph .l.'liuson of Stilwell. Funeral services were conduct! d Tuesday �t the Baptist church here by Rev. Aloii/.o Yancey of Brunch, Ark ; burial was in New Hope cemetery un Announcing Oklahoi Turkey Gr'd'ngSclii The Second Oklahoma key Grading School will beh4(F at Stillwater, October 27 2�. Tlii'school is sponsored joint*.-. ly by the Bureau of Agriculture.'' til Economics, WiislnnjftODf D. C and tin-Oklahoma A. and M. -{I College Poultry Ilepartment. Classes in   grading  dressed �" turkeys will be conducted dur    i mg tin' two days.   Laboratory y. work  will consist of  practice handling anil  grading  turkeys. Instructors for the course will be 11   C.   Himmnn,  Associate Marketing Specialist,   Bureau of Agricultural  Economics, U. S. D. A. and C. A Roberts, In-struetur of Marketing  Poultry l'r..ducts, Oklahoma A. and M. College. Licenses   will   be    issued    to thii>e pas-ir.g a satisfactory ex-'imiiiHtion, inn! who areemploy-ie.l by marketing agencies plan-|nuig to market turkeys graded laceordiiig to tin' U S. Standard land    tirades.    Examination I crudes of those not employed will be listed and licenses issued when and if their services 'are ri'ipiiri'd.   Tin' examination will be given the afternoon of October Poultry graders licenses are good for one season. It will be necessary for those holding licenses for previous seasons to renew them. The grading school will not be restricted to persons seeking graders licenses. Turkey pro. iluccrs, produce men and others interested are invited to attend. No registration fee will be charged. Those interested in going please see the Home Demonstration Agent us she may go. Elizabeth Atkinson, II o in e    Demonstration Agent Christian Aid Members   of the Christian Aid met yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ora Got don for a Bible study conducted by Mrs- E. R. Hall. Stilwell and vicinity enjoyed a nice rain Tuesday night- It was greatly needed. The temperature has dropped considerably since the rain. patronage ' der direction of Roberts funeral miio. County School Notes School Districts to Call Elections SEQUOYAH THEATRE. Tahlequah, Oklahoma Sunday Matinee through Monday Night- laaet Gayuor, Robert Montgomery and Fraochot Tout id - Three Loves Has Nancy Tuesday and Wednesday Fred  Astaire,    Ginger  Rogers   aud Ralph Bellamy iu - Carefree I hi' Red (toss roll call will come soon. Having been cho. sen Oonuty Chairman of the � Junior Red Cross, I am anxious that each teacher, each child in each class room become a mem tier. This would give e 'ch pupil a button an 1 the room would receive the Kid Cross Magazine- the cost is only $1..">0 per room. Applications for free text hooks, lunches, clothes a n d shoes for the needy school chil-Iren are ubout completed. (i. M. Hagan, County Superintendent. Mrs. C. L Fletcher Hostess Two districts are planning to call special elections near n�re to dispose of old school bo.I 1-ings which have been replaced hy new buildings built through Wl'A projects. The old struc tures will be sold to the highest bidder. Starr has recently completed a new one-room stone buildiag and West Peavine will soon have a new four room stone house completed aud East Pea-vine school in the same dis. trict is being replaced by a new two-room stODC house. Mrs. S. L- Casteel of south Stilwell, is on the sick list this week. Circle One members met yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ray Blakemore for a World Outlook lesson conducted by Mrs, JJlakemore. Thursday aud Friday Laurel A Hardy and Patricia Ellis in Blockheads Saturday George O'Brien aud Ray Whitley in- Painted Desert NEW THEATRE Admission IO & 15 cents Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Joel McCrea sad Dorothy Kent in- Youth Takes A Fling Tbucsdsy. Mrs.   C.   L.    Fletcher   was hostess to the members of her KU.Kare bridge club aud additional gneats, when she entertained with a  bridge  parly in her home Wednesday alter-nooa-   Guests beside members were:   Mrs.   Cleve    Bullette.l Miss Mabel Bellamy and Miss Euphemia Lee.    Bridge   was played from  three   tables. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. H. O. Yoe. club high; Mrs. Hal Wilson,  second   high;   Mrs. Clcjrt Bullctte, guest higb. A a#H^o�s JwUdt course .was ML. Missionary Society Circle Three members of tbe Methodist Missionary Society met MoDday evening in tbe borne of Miss Mildred Lee and enjoyed a pot Inck sapper. 12 members were present. 1 AIW KOH SALE 400 acre farm in Sec. 31, Twp. 16/ Range 24, about 9 miles West OfifB Stilwell and known as the Steve F^J^f Two sets of improves' son (arm menu, about 100 acres in cultr��tfc>fc|||| Good road to farm, open rant**/] stock and fruit (arm. Price I acre - W. N. Williams, Broken r jw, Okla. Mrs. H. a Yoe Smith bwta^^pti   

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