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Ada Ada News (Newspaper) - December 15, 1975, Ada, Oklahoma Page 2 the Ada evening Newsad Oklahoma monday december 15,1975 minor accidents reported in Ada three minor traffic accidents none with injury were reported on Ada streets Over the weekend. At 9 22 . Saturday police said James Bernie Lowry Box 1388, ran off the Road in the 300 Block of w. Main and struck a building inflicting $200 damage to the building. Lowry pleaded innocent to careless driving and his municipal court trial was set for dec. 19. The weekends second mishap occurred at 11 17 . Saturday in the 400 Block of e. Main. Jaye l. Wood Hoo s. Johnston and Ricky a. Lee route 2, were both driving East on main. Lee stopped and was hit from the rear by is. Wood who forfeited $10 Bond this morning for following too closely. At 7.53 . Sunday cars driven by Bobby Rae elevens Pittstown and Roland e. Hisle Iii Box 251, collided at the intersection of loth and Mississippi. Blevens was travelling South on Mississippi and Hisle East on loth. Blevens forfeited $10 Bond for failure to yield right of Way by running red Light. Court acts on criminal charges this Christmas let us each think about what the Christmas spirit really is. ourselves our family and our neighbor. Let us pause in our scurrying about getting gifts and recall that very special gift Given Long ago gods love to us through the Christ. Peace and happiness to All. From Ada Auto Supply for this Christmas season 301 e. 12 332-3223 decreasing cloudiness this afternoon becoming fair to partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday. Continued cold. Winds northerly 7 to 14 mph today and Light variable tonight. High today mid 30s. Low tonight around 20. High tuesday near 40. Ada readings High temperature in Ada sunday 70 Low 24 it was 24 at 7 . Monday. Precipitation recorded was .07. Total precipitation recorded this year 40.86. Precipitation recorded to this Point a year ago 39.69. Action was taken in several criminal cases in District court Friday. On the felony docket Edward Arnold Boyd pleaded guilty to larceny of Domestic animals. The District attorney recommended a penalty of three years in the Penitentiary. A pre sentence investigation was requested and sentencing was set for Jan. 21. A felony charge of second degree burglary against Homer t. Daggs Steve Eugene Balthrop and Beverly Balthrop was dismissed on the motion of the state because the complaining witness has left the state and refused to testify. Eldon Marshall pleaded innocent to Dpi second offence. Gary Elwood Vanzant waived his preliminary hearing on a charge of attempted burglary. His arraignment was set for Jan. 12. Emmuel j. Byington pleaded innocent at his arraignment on a felony count of Dpi second offence. Byington had waived his preliminary hearing dec. La. A preliminary hearing was held thursday for Steven r. Calhoun charged with second degree burglary. After hearing the evidence special District judge Molly Shi ordered Calhoun held for trial. At his arraignment a Trio of grass fires two burning mattresses and a car fire kept Ada firemen hopping Over the weekend. None of the fires resulted in major damage. All three grass fires were set by burning trash. The first came at 5 27 . Saturday on the property of Roger Delozier three Miles North of Ada. Delozier had the fire almost out when firemen arrived and they finished it off. The second grass fire alarm was turned in at 3 08 . Sunday. It was located on the property of Tom Erickson two Miles North of Arlington on country club Road. By the time firemen got there neighbors had extinguished the fire. The final grass fire of the weekend was reported at 4.07 . Sunday on the property of edred Roddy six Miles Northwest of Ada. Firemen quickly doused the flames. The burning mattresses were reported within an hour of each other sunday. At 6.40 . Firemen were called to the Home of Dean Anderson 530 e. 14th. The mattress was first National Bank Cut j Jim c my pkwy Ada Mam Ano Broadway 32-012 Oklahoma Insu rid to $40,000 by . Outside the House when firemen arrived and they quickly put it out. Cause of the fire was listed As a probably smoking. At 7 29 . Firemen went to the Home of Francine Anderson 936 Howard. A mattress in a storage building outside the dwelling had been ignited by children smoking. The fire did not spread and was easily extinguished by firemen. The car fire was reported at 7 54 . Saturday. A car belonging to Billie Nixon 220 w. 6th, was burning two Miles Northwest of Ada. Firemen used water to douse the flames. Radio stolen a citizens band radio was stolen from the Home of Ronnie Killiam 709vfc e. 7th, sometime Between 6 . Sunday and 3 20 this morning. Detectives investigating the burglary found a screen had been taken off a window on the East Side of the apartment. The cd unit was All that was missing a tape recorder and tape player which were beside the cd unit were not taken. Police Are without suspects in the theft. Try news want ads 332-4433 Friday Calhoun pleaded innocent. Allen Moore was charged with grand larceny. He is accused of stealing a variety of furniture valued at $200 from Escal Myers dec. 5. Billy Andrew Blue pleaded innocent to Dpi second offence and had Bond set at $500 Cash or surety or $1,000 property. His preliminary hearing was scheduled for Jan. 8. Blue was also ordered jailed for failure to pay two fines in Misdemeanour cases a $65 Fine for being drunk on a Public Road to which he pleaded guilty oct. 2, and a $250 Fine for driving while under the influence of into firemen kept Busy with weekend fires United artists pm to a o Toole Peter Lawford Cliff Gorman showing 7 45 Only now thru wed. Mica Ting liquor to which he pleaded guilty april 8. Blue was ordered jailed at the rate of five dollars per Day or until the fines Are paid. Ordered jailed under similar circumstances was Jimmy Guy Lacy who has failed to pay a $100 Fine imposed june 5 for driving while License suspended. Donnie Howard Smith denied the allegations made against him in an application for Security to keep the peace. A hearing in the Case was set for Jan. 7, and Smith was released on $100 Cash Bond. No new Misdemeanour charges were filed. Adelia Glover Konawa a services for mrs. Adelia Evelyn Glover 98, will be held in the Watts funeral Home Chapel 2 . Tuesday. The Rev. Arvle Knight will conduct the rites. Mrs. Glover died Friday at her Home in Konawa. She was born april 21, 1877, in Arkansas to Newt and Martha Mcdaniel Gillham. Her husband John Glover died in 1963. Survivors include two sons Manuel Konawa and William Oklahoma City five daughters mrs. Lola Barton Oklahoma City mrs. Alma Marler Konawa mrs. Alta Williams Long Beach Calif., mrs. Lillie Carter. Kingman ariz., and mrs. Tilda Laird Ardmore 19 grandchildren 39 great grandchildren and 12 great great grandchildren. Burial will be in Wolf cemetery. Watts funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Emmit Edward potes services Are pending with Criswell funeral Home for Emmit Edward potes 65,807 w. 14th. Or. Potes died saturday in Fresno Calif. Born nov. 9, 1910, in Mill Creek he was the son of Delbert and Millie Bates potes. He came to Ada in 1913 and later attended Washington elementary school. Survivors include one sister Nellie Broadway Ada. Pearlie e. Flatt services Are pending with Criswell funeral Home for Pearlie e. Flatt 75, Odessa. Tex. Mrs. Flatt a former Adan. Died sunday in Odessa Tex. She was born sept. 28, 1900. Survivors include her husband Emmett Odessa. Tex. Wilma Morris Coalgate a services for Wilma Leona Morris will be tuesday at to in the Epperson Chapel. Mrs. Morris died sunday in the Canady nursing Home Atoka. She was 47. The service will be conducted by the Rev. Jim Smith. Burial will be in Coalgate cemetery. Mrs. Morris was born in oct., 1928, to Guy and Josie a a a a x highest r a a a rating a Kathleen c Anoil. N Dail news a one of the Best actors of the dear Quot a Ilham Whf cite Magazz. Perr Kalk showing 8 00 Only now thru tues. Mini Oklahoma City a the state department of agriculture reported the following prices today wheat $3.12-$3.72vj. Muskogee 3.12, Afton Pauls Valley 3.17 Manchester Medford 3.18, Beaver Liberal 3.19 Banner Clinton Al Reno Geary Kingfisher Okeene Ponca City Watonga Yukon 3.22 Eldorado Weatherford 3.23 Keyes Perryton Hobart Temple 3.27 Gulf 3.72 >/2. Barley by $t.90-$2.40. Beaver Keyes Liberal Perryton 1.90 Temple Watonga 2.00 Manchester Ponca City 2.20 Weatherford 2.25 kingfisher2.40. Milo cwt $3.80-$4.75. Pauls Valley 3.80 Weatherford 3.85 Watonga 3.90 Beaver Keyes Liberal Perryton 3.95 Afton 4.05 Ponca City 4.10 Kingfisher Temple 4.15 Muskogee 4.20 Manchester 4.30, Gulf 4.75. Soybeans by Pauls Valley 3.85 Muskogee 3.89 Banner Weatherford 3.90 Afton 3.95 Gulf 4.40. Alfalfa Hay ton Chickasha $6070. Pauls Valley $5570. Broilers live a la $.22v. Eggs Doz a large$.75. A medium $.74. Langston English in Coalgate. She is survived by her parents or. And mrs. Guy English Coalgate three daughters Drunell Fisher Byars thy his Sampert it. Worth and Wyona Jarman Coalgate one son Charles Jarman Coalgate five Sisters Inez Willis Arlington Tex., Beverly Stephens Ardmore Marjorie Starr Tacoma wash., Priscilla Mosley Cleveland Tex., and Barbara Courtney Sulphur four Brothers Guy English jr., Oklahoma City . English Vanoss Bill Vern English Coalgate and Larry Gene English Coalgate and three grandchildren. Harry Jones funeral services for Harry Jones Are scheduled for 3 30 . Tuesday in Bakersfield Calif. Or. Jones 86, died sunday in the Ruth Wilson Hurley Manor in Coalgate. Burial will be in Hillcrest memorial gardens. Or. Jones a retired House Painter is survived by one son Harold of Bakersfield. Con Earl Stockton Sulphur services for con Earl Stockton 81, will be 2 . Wednesday in the first Christian Church. The Rev. Ted Phillips assisted by the Rev. Jim House will conduct the rites. Burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery. Or. Stockton died sunday in a Sulphur Hospital. Born feb. 26, 1894, in Sulphur Indian territory he married Eneth Ora Harrison june 20, 1915, in Mountain View and returned to Sulphur in 1919. A retired railway express agent or. Stockton was a member of the first Christian Church a charter member of the Sulphur rotary club a 54-year member of the masonic Lodge no. 144 and the Guthrie consistory since 1922. Survivors include his wife Eneth of the Home two sons Melvin Wheaton 111., and King Earl Tulsa one brother Cal a., Tulsa one Cousin mrs. Hazel Terry Sulphur four grandchildren and one great grandchild. Dunn funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Rupert Eugene Selph services for Rupert Eugene Selph will be wednesday in the c p. Bannon funeral Home Oakland Calif. Or. Selph a former Ada resident died Friday in san Francisco. Or. Selph is survived by his wife one son Carrol Eugene one granddaughter and other relatives. Cox s drive in introducing our Square meal burgers 80 Quarter Pounders actual weight 4v2 of. 100% fresh round ground beef patties made the Way you like them Char broiled or Man size Burger. Buy one and get the second for one half Price offer Good sunday amp monday Only come in and enjoy a Square meal 711 s. Miss. Call in 332-3230 Braume a o savings prices Good through saturday. Premium real ice Cream All flavors $1.09 gallon Vanilla. Fudge Ripple. Chocolate Almond. Black Strawberry chocolate. Walnut. Fresh peach. Butter butter Pecan Peppermint brickle. Banana nut Black chocolate Chip. Cherry Cherry. 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