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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Ada, OklahomaAda. Oklahoma sunday mat 12, 1957 the Ada evening news Page 3 or. And mrs. George Matthews and family. Oklahoma City were in Ada saturday and sunday. They Are staying with mrs. Matthews grandparents or. And mrs. E. H. Mckendree 215 East seventeenth. Cosco step stools in Aqua and White Utility tables s5.95 up Utility cabinets s14.95 up Lawn thars s4.95. Hudson s furniture 713 West 5-7-6t mrs. Dollie Hord 531 East twelfth is a patient in Valley View Hospital. She suffered a cerebral Haemorrhage saturday May 4. Mrs. Sord is the Mother of Smith Hord also 531 East twelfth. Vacation time travellers checks at Oklahoma state Bank. 4-ls-lm Hoyle Ray Sharber be graduated from East Central state College May a Bachelor of science degree in education. He will teach social studies in fhe schools next term. J vacation time vacation Loans it Oklahoma state Bank. 4-19-lm Curtis Myers brother. Charles of Washington d. C., arrived saturday to spend two weeks with their parents or. And mrs t. W. Brydia 307 East thirteenth. Effective today. Shoe shines will will be 25c at the following places Ada Shine parlor Liberty shoe shop r i t 7. Alt Ridic Juliann wards Loman s and Snow Ball s Barber shops. 5-10-2t mrs. E. D. Gale 313 South Ren Nie has returned after a three trip during which she visited a son Joe Bob Gale and family and grandson. Bill Nolen and wife in Tulsa and another son Floyd and mrs. Gale in mor Ris. Vacation time Oklahoma state Bank is vacation Headquarters. 4-19-lm or. And mrs. Frank Fountain of fort Worth Texas Are Here i to spend the Mother s Day holi Days with their parents. Or. And mrs. Hubert Fountain and mrs. Noma Lamb. Howard Thompson Agency can save you 20% on your House and household goods insurance. Call i and see for yourself. I 5-12-lm Curtis Myers gets recognition As Driver of week safest Driver of the City for last was the distinction Given Curtis Myers. 511 West eighth who also draws a five Dollar award for his Safe driving from the Ada safety Council. This is the Driver of the award. Myers is a route Driver for col Vert s Dairy and has been driving for the milk processing firm for five years. He is a native of the county. He and his wife live Here with their three children. A secret committee known Only to the safety Council Tom o Dell observes and reaches final verdict on the week s Choice. Myers was lauded for observing regulations on turns and stops and for unusual Courtesy to other motorists. He says that he likes sports in general. Outdoors he especially finds enjoyment in fishing Hunt ing and running Coon hounds. Oklahoma City May 11 officers brought a Man before judge James Demopolos on a Vag Rancy charge. What s your demo polos asked i m was the answer v How do you support yourself the judge asked i Don t need any Money to get the Man said. Well you la need some Momopolos said. I Fine you for car flips passenger has Light injuries Charles m. 28, 2509 Latta Road escaped uninjured when his car flipped Over about 5 a. M. Saturday on so 99. A passenger James Kendall 25, who lives on. North Cherry ave nue was hospitalized in Valley View for observation but was not believed to have suffered serious injury. The two were in route Home from Kansas where they had been working on an oilfield Loca Tion told state Highway patrolman a. A. Mitchell. Lar Man told the trooper when he rounded the curve on so 99 near the Francis Road cutoff he struck a Slick spot on the pavement. A guard rail Post was knocked Down As the vehicle hurdles across the ditch and Jackknife into a Fence coming to rest on the top and headed North. A third Man Sherman Bol linger also a member of the same oilfield was follow ing 200 Yards behind the Larinan car and was the first to arrive i at the Accident scene Larman isaid. No charges Are expected to. Be 1 filed Mitchell said. The National geographic society has dug up the puzzling information that the West Fork of the South Fork of the North Fork of the san Joaquin River is in Cali fornia. Or Charles Hambrick. East Central state College faculty member was in Vamoose tues Day night and delivered the commencement address to the 1957 graduating senior class. Get that Lawn Mower sharpened Ross Tipton 339 East 17th. 5-8-lm mrs. Mary h. West surgery patient in Valley View Hospital is convalescing nicely and expects to return Home soon. Mrs. West is Ada postmaster. Attention ladies this and is on a Perma special solution for dyed or tinted hair. Call fashion Beauty shop. Phone be 2-4318, Theyna Miller Jean Weber Nana Lou Rofford operators 5-5-lm Lawn mowers sharpened Boud s gun shop. 315 South Stockton. 5-10-2t you Are invited to or. Nelson s sunday school class this morning. The class meets in the Fellowship Hall at the first methodist Church at o clock. Subject Abra mrs. George Huff will teach the class. 5-12-lt Ensign William Oral Smith or. Writes that he will be on the aircraft Carrier Franklin a Roosevelt when it appears on wide wide world television show telecast May 12. The show salutes the five armed services in Observance of armed forces week Ensign Smith son of or. And mrs. William Oral Smith 134 West Twenty second is based at Jacksonville Florida. Lawns mowed regularly any size. Power Mower. We strive to be 2-2389, 5-10-5t Randy Spurgin son of Rev. And mrs. Truman Spurgin Koff a patient in Valley View hos Pital since May 6, is much improved and was allowed to go Home Friday. Rev. Spurgin is Pas Tor of the first Baptist Church of Roff. Miss Mildred Brydia of Fram Ingham Massachusetts and embezzler out steal robbers ten times Atlantic City n. A. Miry 11 Chicago banker said today i embezzler stole 10 times As much i Money As robbers from the a i Tion s Banks last year. He urged drastic action to remedy the i Jross Humphreys v president of the Bank share owners advis Ory league said embezzlement bit a record 10 million dollars last i year compared with about one million in. Bank robberies i Oman a state in Southeastern i Arabia is considered the Best 1 source in the world for thorough bred camels. Your health in this informal Chat about your health our purpose is to bring you a message of Joy Hope optimism and Good cheer because that is what chiropractic Means to the millions of americans who have turned to this new science of natural Healing. This new Way to a Serene Happy healthful and con tented life is simple sure and practical. We shall try to counsel with you and not preach to you because we realize that you have probably been through the Mill of worry blues nervousness fear dread and yes burdensome expense if your health is less than it should be. Thousands of people have floundered in the darkest recesses of this shadowland of confusion and doubt before they discovered what chiropractic could do for them. Today an uninterrupted flow of vital nerve Energy surges through these people. Their eyes Are Bright their digestion is Good their hearts Are Light and the song of joyous living is on their lips. The procedures employed by the modern chiropractor Are painless and do not interfere with your every Day living there will be no starving Freak diets or strange fads. Therefore you Are invited to take your health prob Lem to any one of the chiropractors of Ada. Thirty millions of americans who have endorsed chiropractic were pleasantly surprised and so May you. Jas. Dowdy . P. R. Whytock . Ethel m. Whytock . Jas. Price . Herschel Cleere . They re Chevy s handsome hard working pickups with hefty steel muscled truck Chassis and High capacity bodies with the Industry s shortest stroke v8 or the 6 most famous for Economy with the latest in cab luxe features at no extra Cost most Pointer halt tonner Only franchised Chevrolet dealers display this famous trademark see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer fumes in bleaching Plant kill five i Pepperell ala., May 11 we fumes beneath a textile Mill bleaching Plant today claimed the lives of five men. Opelika fire chief g. A. Mitch Ell said they were overcome by from a sump pit into which waste from the Pepperell Mills inc. Bleaching Plant was police chief Floyd Mann of Opelika said the tragedy occurred when Bryant h. Jones 28, opelika1 dropped his spectacles through a manhole and climbed Down after them. He was overcome and the other four died in a vain Rescue attempt Cecil a Ray Plant chemist the men were victims of a combination of Hydrogen Sulphide fumes and Lack of oxygen. Read the news want ads. Demand for labor holds level Here stenographers needed the demand for labor in this area has remained at about the same level for the past three months reports a. O. Pence manager of the Oklahoma state employment service. However a shortage of qualified stenographers still exists says Pence. At the close of business april 30, there were applicants actively seeking employment compared to on March 31, 1957. Local employers filed Job or Ders listing 160 Job openings and referral of applicants resulted in 144.jobs being filled. Industrial by the greatest demand was for Domestic workers with manufacturing second in demand. Third ranking demand was for work ers in the wholesale and retail industries. The local office received 217 new applications in april com pared to 239 in March. Unemployment As represented by claims for unemployment compensation filed in the area served by this office decreased .09 per cent from March to april of this year. Ada Lodge no. 119 emergent communication Ada Lodge no. 119, monday at 1 p m. the funeral and final rites of e. G. Walker. Olin Sneed w. M. Monotone hearing service will boat Aldridge hotel in Ada tuesday May 14th batteries foe All hearing aids Leroy Hinshaw manager Monotone of Shawnee 403 Federal National building remember Monotone a none you can Trust nothing says Stop shop Penney s Ummer carnival i pc m _ our . Fashion Wise budget collection look pretty patterned Cottons prints Petal timed Cotton Broadcloth eyelet acetate Jersey prints

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