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   Democrat Journal (Newspaper) - December 30, 1938, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                The County Official Papefc* _ .....� �'TL'il' NUMBER 3f|i 's Streetings:\.\wSi Happenings. The fan session Stachool at Bunch b�gS^ r bus band, John K. McCoy, hw! scv-l eral children. Proctor School Building Storm Cellar Proctor school is eompleting a storm cellar lurgc enough to house all the pupils ilimeg a storm, Hccording to (J. M   Ha gan, county superintendent The Proctor school uses lline teachers and arc Howard Me. Cuistion, principal, and Mrs. Keba S. Kobinson and Miss Uolda Williams, assistants. Mr. and Mrs. John dynes, Mrs. F. Bat.hen and Miss Mabel Howard were Tahlequah visitors Wednesday afternoon. | Mrs. Bus Baker and children , of Strang. Okla., were holiday i guests of her parents, Mr ; Mrs. .1. G. Ward. and ,43 Mrs. Inahelle Mogg and children of Muskogee, were holiday guests of her mother. Mrs. Ceo , (Irecr. Miss ('lyde Shannon has returned home Irom a visit to relatives and friends m Tulsa Another year, rapidly drawing to a close, is disappearing into that void of oblivion, to which we mortals reler as an. tiQuity. The annual  event is   viewed to hope that worries will not ride so heavily upon shoulders bowed with care; the advent ol iibscrip vood  or CELESTE KEENE Even though Celeste wasn't present at the exercises at Bunch school, formal award of the scholarship medal was made to her by John McTaggart, superintendent. She earned "straight A" grades during the first semester       . - . ' 1 Celeste has been a patient at the Oklahoma Baptist hospital , for exactly two weeks, and will be there for several weeks more. An injury to her lung, received last summer, resulted in an ab scess, and curing that takes time. Wild. Tit A Dl'. a t ion t o t his paper foi anything else we can use or si the little   fellow   in   swaddling t he "count y oilicia 1 p.ipei clothes will he hailed with loud ... hu77.ahs, and many and   varied and   merri- Notice to Delinquent Subscribers In the next few days we will revise our subscription list, and we will be forced to discontinue the ones that are in arrears. According to the laws of the postoflice department we are not permitted to keep the delinquent subscribers on the . mailing list. If an "X" ap- ' pears in the square below, your tune has expired on the Democrat -Journal. ^nlUUllff.,. Mr. and Mrs. Ilayden Swift and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Swill ol Morrow. Ark., were Stilwed visitors Saturday. Nichols To Reintroduce Bill For Farm tenants Representative Nichols (d), Okla , said to-day hr had been working with depjL'ment of agriculture officials orf \ bill to aid farm tenantt, to become landlords. The Oklahoma congressman said he planned to reintroduce at the next session of congress his measure under which the government would insure loans for tenant,purchase of farms.- Phoenix. with   mixed   emotions    T o  sounds of   revelry those of its to which   time   has   inent- been kind, the passing of the To all, he you of either old gentleman with the flowing clique, we, the members of the white beard, carrying the Democrat Journal's staff, wish scythe and the hour glass, will to express our sincerest wishes be somewhat ol a shock, and for the deepest joy. the highest Paul Chambers and Mrs Kdgar his demise will be attended of spirits, the e xtreinc de ptli of J ohnson were Ft- Smith husi. with sorrow and regret. To contentment, and most satis others, to whom the   year  has not  been   so  kind,   who   have    ' ' , Mr. and M rs. W.   H.   Boster the coming year,    but   tor   all been attended by what we call ; ( |   ^ J of Brawley, Calif.,   spent  the i Christmas holidays   with   rela- (utfcnirfioA J   HAS    ' mm Dr. I).    P.    Chambers.    Mi I ness visitors Friday. lying prosperity, not   only   for the coming year,    but   for   all ,      . |    . % ,.   ,      ...     .  .J years of your allotted span, a nd hard luck,   saddled   with  debt ; ' and cloaked in despair; but j may that be of many years dur-through it all have   not   ceased   ation. First Baptist Church Glassley's Moving Back A-   Classlcy   of moved buck to Stil w Fittstown. II lust. Silt The revival meeting is going in a great way. The crowds are good. The singing is very interesting. You will enjoy all the services. Next Saturday night is to be given to the Baptist college students who are home for Xmas.   The ones taking a part County School Notes , ire:   Cecil McCei urday, and lie  stilted   that   he j 0f the program), Clay  MeCee, m tin- shoe i i)anas Hornsby, Ruby   Rust, would return her( repair business. | Billy Bob Lee, Heloise  Bean. The Glassley's are line people | Others that are helping out are: tt'cm : Mrs. Wahleah Hornsby, Bertha and we gladly wcleomt back to Slilwell 9?/arr/aje jCicenses Sisued Dawson,    Raymond    McCei Kathennel.ee.   This program, According to Mr. Clark Moss, Area I>irector of the \Y. P- A., the County-wide school repair project will start within t lie nex t ten dn.\ s. Most schools apparently are closing one week for the Christmas holidays. Nearly all schools arc scrvui" ----r->       I        -j (in charge �noonday luiiclu s which seem very sat i-fnctor\ All the dependent rural schools in the county have recently been gi\en the Stale Accredit u g tests except olie - ( )uk Ridge, >cliool I >i-Lrul No. 4H. The road to this school is   prue- tives and friends here.     *    V Mr. and /Mrs. Dolle Leming. and son Bard, and daughter Wiynemia of Fayette ville , Ark., were week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cly nes. �   Miss     Pauline     O'Neal   left We have greatly enjoyed ! sending you this paper and | hope to continue doing so. It I will help us a lot if you will just come in or write us to i make some kind of arrange-j merits to keep you on the list, as we do not know whether you want it or not. Won't you please come in? We want you to have the paper. 0. E. S. Installation The annual installation of of- Tuesday for Tulsa  where  she j licers of The Order of the East- is well planned and will be a DALLAS �DWARDS . At the same ceremony in which Celeste received the scholarship ward^ Dallas Edwards was presented the citizenship medal for his activities in school and the community. Bunch is the only union graded school in Adair county. The school is accredited for a full high school iexmrse; JVfc-Taggart has heen superintendent/or two years. Mr* H. W. Bujch i* ^rin^hpal^ |||||^;bere Court Clerk Dannenberg issued the following1 umrriuge licenses since last publication: Sanders Springwater. 26, Miss Lillian Cardenhire, 18; both of Stilwell. Floyd Sams, 30, Miss Ruby Thomas, 18; both of Slilwell. Arthur Hunter, 21, Miss Eula Adair, 18; both of Slilwell. Thomas Martin McLcmore. 21, Miss Martha Spainard, 20; both of Slilwell. Carney Caughninn 21, Miss Emogene Walters, 18; both of Stilwell. Kalph Stilwell, 24. Miss The.I ma Barker, 21; both of Stilwell. Jim Latte, 25, Miss Leonell Davidson, 17; both of Bunch. Hay Swift, 25, Miss  Lena Hembree, 23; both of Cane Hill, (Ark- *vOral fctpberta, 21,  Konowa, Qkla.^ MlasEvelyn Lutman, 21, Teachers �diould uiiiki and their   Federal tically   iinpa-siiblc-.    }{ watch party after the program. | wood to all other school Our goal for next Sunday is : County 200.   Will you be one to help reach this goal?   The B. T. 1'., goal is 110.    We are expecting | 'lian attendance report soon all the young people that areilllt' "rst half of the year, members of the church or regular attendants in Sunday school and 11. T. U. K. H. Rust, Pastor. are the �rks 111 for rius S Claus, of the North Pole community, made a hurried visit to Slilwell and it's environs Saturday night. His generosity was more manifest this year than for many years be. fore, whicb seems to indicate that bis busiuess at the Pole is more than satisfactory. Good lock Santa. Ben Gaylorj-agent for the K. C. S' at Gravelte, and family were. Christmas visitors at the home.of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. GrtyW of this city. is important. O. M. Hagan, Co. Supl- EAGLE THEATRE GETS NEW SCREEN is em ployed, alter spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross ()'Neal. Jack    Btiggs   of Stillwater, spent the   holidays here   with his parents, Mr. and Mrs-tiarve Briggs. Miss Nellie Wells   and   For. rest ,McSpadden of   lulsa, were week-end guests   in   the   home ol Mr  and Mrs. F. Bathen. � *  Knfus Culver, a student ol A &   M.   college   at     Snllw.itn. Spent the holidays with Ins   I.,- ther Ed Culver ... Miss Elizabeth Woodiut) of Ardmore, spent the holidays here with her parents. Ally, and Mrs. W   A. Woodrutl. Clyde Phillips, manager of the Eagle theatre here iuforms us that he recently installed a new, up-to-date screen for his theatre. The new screen is a great improvement over the old one, and shows a much clearer pic. tare- We have just as good shows here now as yoa will nod any. where and we are sure the pa. trons of Mr. Phillips' theatre appreciates everything he is doing toward giving them the very best in goodu clean enters tainment Mr. and Mis. I'restou Woodruff of Lawton, spent the hoh. days with his parents, Atty. and Mrs. W. A.  Woodrufl. ern Star will be held at the Masonic Hall January 2, at seven thirty o'clock, following a covered-dish supper at the Methodist church annex at six o'clock. The following officers will be installed by Lillian Fletcher Installing Otlicer;  Ocie Carson, Installing Marshal; Alice Me-Anally,    Installing   Organist: Mildred    Carson,     Installing Chaplain: Mae Kthridge, Worthy Matron; J. W. Holt, Worths- I'at run;  iJclisca Cox, Associate Matron; Bruce Cox, Associate Patron; Susie  Doherty, i Secretary; Sa'ah Reed, Treas-jurer;()ma Shannon, Conduct-'ress; Mary (arson, Associate j Conductress; Marjorie McCal-I Iman, Organist; Wahleah Horns-I by, Chaplain; Katy Lee Lang-ley.   Marshal:   Roxie   Barker, Adah:   Klsie   Wherry,    Ruth; Maud Harper, Father; Roena Brewer, Martha; Bess Greer, Flecta: Sybeline Wilson, Warder. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Roberts, who have been attending school in Kansas City spent the holidays here with relatives and frie nds.  � � Billy Bob Lee of Warner college, speut the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lee. .Brownand Mrs.' ' Peavine were Max-and Rex Burnett of Stillwater, spent the holidays her* with their mother, Mrs. I- Toy Hall, a student of  Okla, homa University, is spending the holidays   with   his   father, Frank   Hall.   While   here   he has resumed   his  duties   ^�th . Chaff]n Drug, and his smiling, physiognomy     is    welcoming/: customers with  it's CostonMurf r elan. J. U. Phillips, son Clf4� and wife spent CbrisUtaa with relatives and frtend^|�M<^re�df. Mo. Tb*f ^taniwl '   

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