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   Stilwell Journal (Newspaper) - January 7, 1944, Stilwell, Oklahoma                                ?4' Tf:f. .ma, L JOURNAL ADAIR COUNTY, STILWELL, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY.    IAN.   7,  1944 6c PER COPY Opens Saturday! On Saturday, January fllh, a D. N. Wilis Passes Away Daniel M. Wills was horn in the slate of Missouri   Dec.   Is|, Rites Held for Dana Yoe The Co. Officials Resolve:     Nethodist Church    'Flat Top' From Cooksons-NUTS! 1K3I.    1 ie was married  lo  Miss ihe   home   of   her   aunt,   Bess year I'MI 111 �  > I u � i�� 11 > make tin newittdustry will open   up   in Knlliryn (irible and to this union Burns at. ('lyde, \tk ,   following follow in- \e� N <.,. \ Resolution Stilwell for Adair County.   ^� (,<) cliiMrcn wcro horn. a brief illness. < . Trea.......r. .I.e. Ward industry which has been badly |    Ml,          (()   < )k 1;ili<   ~ IS! years ago.     Came Clyde. Ark. Presbyterian church, ende.m.i I.. rMm,' Offthatchery.                               |o Slilweil   10   years ago.    1 h-re She had  made  Tier   home   here lesy This hatchery  wjll  be owned |,> |ias made his home  lor those w it h her son II. I >. ^ oc and lain- d.i.i . ..mil y dm ing(t he y ear I'MI and operated by Titus A. Man- |() y(..irs ,j|h ,,,.      .|)|inn n| ||s si|)(.(, m -         m.|(|)> m.ulv i o. .|,d. I. i, ( asco, who has served as ('.ounly ( r(,u Mrs. Dana Yoe was born July In order that the County OfH- As we enter upon this New lHf>2; died Dec. 2 ,   PH.'I,  nl  < ials nia y I I In- best out of I he  Year" doubt less  all  of   us   , an lookback  with   some il.ri......I' regrets.    Bui we can   also   look back with a deep sense of |i|e;is | ore.    The faillll es   . .1   life   hi ing lurch.   endeavoi   I   i' \ I � � 11 � I    every   ( oil r  | I'egP'l s.      I i 11 �    paii.il    siin esse, ihle lo the people of    \   | 1 Ml ii g " ll a p p y    ii |e|| |o| i es '.      I,lie is si i full of hoi li   I '.|e -se. I C I hal man v ' o. .1 mi.,�  i . i ,  i ,n i,." ' .         ....     ->       .         ,    .,  - ' friends while here who are deep Agent in Adair Co. s.nce April ( ,,, W:|S ,,,,,,.,,, ;m,| a|ll|m|. u 1st, 1941, and was Co. Agent  ... ui|h |||r                ,.,,,,,, m ' . Cherokee Co. 6 yrs. previous. indi\ idual w hose life Willi piod ml enl lolls Cailoonist (Tester (lould, who di aw s "Dick I ra i y.' undoubted-1\ is a good cartoonist. Hut, by gum. he does'nt know his (looks hi 11 ills or else he never would have designated "I'lal-I op   as conn.ik from the robusl    OoksO.ls. i s ' i sa \ I Ib-s. .|\e | o make i-s cry ell'orl j w ith /.'ikk! inlenl ions     |',ni   pisl o learn of her pa-sing. ,i-' 11 .11n l;.'e !�. I .e I ai r. imparl lal. 1 good ml en |i, m ,  will   ma   a\ail. >urv iv ing her are her son 11.( ). he I pi nl and , mil I e, ,i|s limine | h,�  In a w oi d (jum I inl en I ions do not    '" ' ^ middle hie. remaining a member   \   .||..,t ....he   war el 'mak.....,   the    ,,.....,, .,| hfe" Ins entire lime in on the new in-j,,,,, . r|>||i.  \rk ,,,,, ,., ,.,,,,.,,,. ,, ,,,. s,,,. ,u.,e.   d-eds "make p,i ||.|,. dustry.   11 is our opinion that he ,    | iHcav es |,Mno,u n his passing , oudueied bv Bev. Skinner    1,,- ..II I he |, ,N , ,,,   ,|,.       v i.e w'ill  INC", so u e have ih.,i n..p,,i.si can be as much help to Hie \Y ar 1,|in,^ll|,,. M |S   u   ,    \\ ales ' I,-, menl al Cane 1 Ml. \,k I- I....... b-|..... I'M... hiiil v of "d.,,, ......, ' ,,nd Program in  this mduslry  "she in w|,,se hon.e h.....-parted   this' ------l)..l_________ '     ^,p, . \\ . s result building-.... I.oi.se which has in his former occupation. .,      , ,,        ,        , ,, ,    .    .      ,,     ,.       ,-.     , ' Inc.     I lie ol hei child, a L'l. I. pre-   ii      iii s I � .1 11>l . i� I    lhat    I he    ( o.   Is I roll! Ilea \ en He has had a number of years , m mt|||irs   ||is w if(.. BUSineSS Women S of practical   experience  in   I Ik poultry industry as well as four years technical course al the Oklahoma A. and'M. College grad- j pn'C.'de I   him   in   deal h -ev eral ! years ago.    11 is age w as ')2 \ eai s ;' j 1 inonl h ,iud .'5 da s s. \ nil sc. v i. e   w as  held   in � ^upl   , .III. , w ill end, a v or d in in_'       I lie ( bur. Circle Meets '''' ^'"    ' 1,1 m,Ni 1111 ;i    (" '"is sol  I || |s 1 i ||| ,11 i I 111. ,1 he.   1 om.iiimiI \. I he I'iisuicss Women-,  ( arch- il"! 1 ll iii "hi    1 If "i I   to   pro 11101 e are nio.iun.en I - In lie-  lal in-, ol I niled Males \itornev C. H. Sheiiir ( barley llulcliens of ^allisaw . 1-T-l \geiil I >oiigS.nilIi. Mlo.i.ey Hi,e|. I'.land. I 01 iner She. ill'   Jack Pace   of I 011 N.iil Ii. Delclne   (  hie And I he '-aplisl   church   had uating from the Poultry I>n�.�r�-Kulll.rill , m.-li.,K I ....s,l,y  nighl menl.   His poultry knowledge >s ' ,.,,,,-k W ednesdav alien.....n ,,,-:;"       '"'�':; "'^^   V      1 widely known and highly respect -!,,,,.,,,, ,,v w. .,.',,,,. ,, | *�'rl*""- S"1^'11' , e�l by the people in Hasten, Ok-1 Mr|h()(lM (.llm,h Wl.,.,r-'r '""'"^^ w".r" " lahoma, especially the two �,,.,-.;,.,, lum m ,,, N(.w ,,   , ,.,.,,.. |\    ^ l'"' ' . operated under the I'.S. Depart-    , \'ls-   I''"1'1   Walku.s   was  in 1 ( (|  (11LI ri. 1 ]! (ill nient   of  Agriculture   and   the      u,,,,,,,!.   r,,,......I    i........    :    charge as c.cle ciiairn.an   ()l her StateofOklaho.ua Poultry Improvement plan. It will not operate under that plan the lirsl year due lo the fad that it is already loo late to go into the Association. All of his flocks will be blood tested for pullorum discuses. A majority of them will have the record of performance roosters in the dock.   All of the White Lear- hiu'he. and .mUier ideals f,,.-  the many" some o| ih.ni sfjll in   the , 11 il, 11 ,-n ,,|  \ d a ii < "imly. I h-sh but man \ of   11,  -n i   h � v ing  "in I I 11 i k. I .. 11. I ) a. i lie n berg pas-ed I o | hen   I .. ,| ii.il I i, a a 111 I he Cm I (  |i I k . ,|lice c \ I ends 1  , s.nii J. sj,,!! I eil on r sei \ i< e '     I I a -   i ill I    /eal ciiarge. j commit tee chairmen elected and We shall     e||,|i-,i\ ii|      |o     sei \ e    I"!' I lie riuhl   he deep     and     pllll \"i bet I � - r in | In- v ,-ar I'MI than 1 (-' �l'l�shed. they are  from bens that  have';        I"iled in District Conn . been trap nested and proven  t-.i    Orlando Miller  vs.  Board   of lay 200 eggs or more. j Comity Coinmissioncrs.    Ouiei- He has brand new  eiiuipmenl!      1'' und should be able to produce the best kind of chicks. In addition to the chicks he will have all kinds of poultry supplies and a good line of feed. He invites his many friends to come in and see the new industry. -_D-J- Congratulations, Gordons 635 K St.. S.. W. Washington, D. C. Dear Editor: 1 certainly like your new name for your paper. Our paper is  coming  regular and we do  enjoy  reading  the home town and county news. We have another l.oy al our me  is  William j lbs. 8   ounces, (iurlield Memo- me town paper ys in th" Service mie Cordon. D-J- 1 Weil Baby Clinic iity and Well Baby held at the Health A-ell on Thursday, 19W. Clinics will '10:00 to 12:00 and 3:00 leallh Nurse. -D-J-- y Lee returned to 4, after spending the ,h homefolks. W . W . Campbell vs. O. A. \n-derson. Suit lor possession of land and house. I hvorces ( .rallied I (es. ,| v e . I . , _'| , e y , HI  |or I'M 1 lie    same   p..in~-lakine l" 1 o11 [ i i o i i - ! 11 � 11 m, ii t. II.     W Jim,    i|.       \SS,    SSI,, Mil e  I ). .l.ehel Is.   1 Vplll \ . agreeing lo serve were; Mi-s Mearle Tyhr, Program; Mrs. \. B. ('ulbertson. ('.oiiiinunil y Missions; Mrs. Clingenjieel, ( .o ( oinmunit y Missions. Mrs. (!.K. Wells, Stewardship; Mrs. Bi van Freeman.   Social;      Miss \ era ; Coats, Vmng People;  Mi>. P."! ' ENGINEERS   TURN OVER Baker, Membership; Mrs. Opal j SIX AIRDROMES TO Worsham, Library and Study.    \ \\\{ FORCE Mrs. Winburn Hendricks was     ||( appointed secretary and IreaMir er. Altera well-planned busini-s ineeling, and a prolilable sludv program wilh all members taking j njt,.( pari, refreshm.::'.-  were served : lellovv  I ra v ele. s.   vm-.iI    I o    war. i I oo I rue. s( mie | e. | | hal way   a-se.vice  holll it.    Next Nindav   vv ,-    will id(|ii:ii hi-. I .ill  ,# Aj^uriUo, program. School Bus and Auto Collide An automobile and a S. 11. S. bus met wilh a jam and crash here Monday morning, resulting in the injury of u 7 yr. old girl and wrecTviug a cur. The accident occured when the car which was being driven by Mrs. Titus Manasco, und the bus driven by (Jene Cockruin, which was full of students, collided al the intersection of north 3rd and Cedar St. 7 year old Mary Francis Manasco received a minor injury. Considerable damage was done lo the automobile. -^D-J- T. Leatherwood Dies Lee Leatherwood of this plate was notified Wednesday of the death of his brother, Taylor Leatherwood at Tulsa early Wednesday morning. Mr. Leatherwood was well known here by the "old-timers" and they wUI be grieved to learn of his sudden departure.   11c is I    .....Ip.illolial    Use. I tour as he.iv \ bomber bases. I'.s-timuled , ,i-i o| the -i.v dromes, buill by American engineer avia-I ion sol, i iii-s wilh Bi il ish materials,   w a �    In    million    dollars. 1 vv e1! I v   11 V e s, p |,| |V llllles ol   I ,||g- lish i mm 11 y -1. le, most 1 v I ai inland, hav e e,,||i- mi,, ihe making of these ,ui attack  "springboards. Among   the   Army   engiiieeis who look part in the dedication cercmonie-, on the fields was: 1st Ll. Landen P.cscol Hill,  J3, Route 3. Slilweil, Okla. ------D-J- Beil News There is ipiile a bit of Illov ing iii this community. John Henry Kirk l.iov e,| I o Fvv ing ('.hapel and W assie 1\ester moved to John 11. Kirk's place. Mr. and Mrs. 1.liner Black has returned from Texas where they hav e been picking cot Ion. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bob Kester and family relurned Irom Texas Jun. 1, where they hud been picking cotton. ; be blessed wilh 1 In-   opporl unity � and I he resp, aNI ,j| j i \ , ,f   ruin -11 ng into his gales' with the pe, .-i pie of ( iod.    ^ our name ma v be 1 on the Boll of  snine   i lunch   in ' Ibis coininuuil y.    11 il is   I here, will you be at y on r pod of * 1. 11 v . and PBI\ ILI-:t.l-: ' or  will   you say "a little more sleep,  a   111 lie more slumber, a li 11 le mm   f, tiding of the hands |,, deep . 'I he most daiu e|'i uis | ici s, in f. -r our coiml i y i n, .1 I hi- ( ..a -man i.oi t la- .1 ,q.....i   I h,-i,-  on I lie bring ll.li'. bill    the   , ,il eiess. ease seeking. |i|ea in e lov ing lieu al home. So wilh I he ch urch . .1 (iod and .1 - i aiise. I he \thi i-l is no bearer to the i ,lll-i' "I (ihristiai.il v . Bull he I nl aid is a hindei am v. you know an Inli-del is one w ho i- "imlait lllul ill obligation". In 111 < � Itgi-il of this statement lei ev ,i y ,,uc examine himself ". We are asking thai y oil be in your place in Religious Services. Lei's build our chin, lus shoiig so lhat when our boy s come back they w ill not hav e lo look tis in the face and say "you betrayed our   conlidenee".        iin,lay Jan. (>. J'H 1., make it the   habit of your lile to al lend   e.n h .Sunday t he real ter.    \s pas|, n , .1 , inc of the churches of MiIvm-II, I   extend to you sincere greetings.    I make the abov e   appeal   on   I he basis of (.hi isl ian fail h. W.J. Cray. Pastor Methodist chinch ---D-J  ------ Notice! The democrat party of   Adair Rob   Slufflebean   und family J county will hold meetings in each Olt Moten und   family   visited precinct next Friday, Jan.   I lib John W. Moten Sunday. | | p. m. to elect u Chairman and Miss Callie   Springwalcr -and j \ ice-Chairman. Wynona (x>uinlon left Tuesday I    A ineeling w ill !� held Satur- \nd al le.;si iwo Fort Smith ivp,,iie|s uho have lagged al of-I i. ei s h.e| - on a di i/i'ii manhunt s lion. \i kom i to Tahle(|iiah and Slilweil and Standing Bock. They .no ail spontaneous menij bi-i s ol I he So, id y to Resent I lal Top Bein- (ialled a Cixjk-Mii I lills Prod in I. "He couldn't be from there," 1 ia r. y i, iinnienl ed. "I've ne\ er pi,,-,-, 111,-,I 1 T,-p. That means he   je-  ain't'   fi'oin   the ( ook-i.lis. " Thai vv bile collard sissyi1" >her.ll' I lutcl.ens ,-^ked.    "Why, any   s, 1.....1   I,,,y   jn   Sei|uoyab i in in I y would (hew him up and -pit him mi I.   Why, why the veleiall ollii er   S])Utte|ed    in disgi.sl. " I kit I' >p is a cil y gangster,'' .�smith said. Vile probably even curies a handkerchief. From the ( '.ooksolls.1     N Ills'" Bland was equally positive. "I never asked for a habeas for any Mat Top," he said! "Nev-, i heard t he name. 1 le iso t li'an the (.ooksons." "I'lal l'i.[i from the Cook sons?" ipieiied Paci;. "Now, son! That -li, k haired nu.gv' That bcxjby w it h a neck I,, /   Awwrrrrr!" 1'eV chouse.' "Ni ihey say Flat Top is from I la-    Cooksoiis.1"   he  grunlcd. Hun.' HIM? One chew of Lobac-. o and Mai Top.d collapse. He might be from anywhere else but llal Top ain't from the Cook-son Mill-.   Not those across the i iv ei  he ain I. One more spontaneous member of the society pul in lui two-bits worth: "1 lull! .No Cherokee in that Mat Top.   Huh!" Soul Invest American. -D-J- Two Million Flatirons Coming \ program to make two million I lal ii'i uis I'.>r i i v ilian use in I'MI has been approv ed by WPB. I his amount w ill not come up lo ii i ...al pr  y I wo years of almost no production. It will probably be six months before many of these irons will reach dealers' shelves. -D-J- Pvt. Tom Fourkiller of tho Air ('.orps stationed in Homestate Ihi. is visiting his mother, Mrs. Martha Fourkiller of Route 2. , . ,   .   -  ...     .      i Lawrence,  Kansas  where   they dav, Jan. la, al   2 p. in.   at the \,    ,       ___.   f _ ,, a lormer resident of this place.    .,        .   ,    . > �    . i Year e eve party ior the young ^ ^ 3Ury:ve(j ^  hia  wJfe    uJ j will attend school. people of this community.    Ev- cjl|j(jren j   EH Hall and family and reluti- Chairman and a vice-Chai niiiin.1 the square below ves went to town Friday. | Democrat Central Committee. Your Subscription Court House to . Ie< t   a county \ has expired if an X is marked in erypiie reported a good time. t�|iCurtis is home on fur-'   Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bacqn loa^| from the U. S. Army. We j left lasfr week end for Oakland, * 'tosee you )^ro^Kand,Calif, after an extended visit -D-J- Miss Mable Green of the city speoi) the week end with relati- -D-J- ? Im* &y$xfasm% vii^Jber  ;f | j week end. 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