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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 25, 1936, Ada, Oklahoma / THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS, ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1936 PAGE SEVEN I ► I \ I As HOTIfK OF ** 4 UK OP' HF. 41, K«-T4TF, Bt SHERIFF 4% ITM 41*-PK ARCEMENT. 1.4BER EXKCI-riox -    NO. 12114 Wheres * ther*i wa* issued out of the District Court of Pontotoc county. Oklahoma, on the 271 h day of May. 1936, an alias execution directed to me ’he undersigned sheriff of Pontotoc county. Oklahoma, commanding me ’n levy upon, appraise and sell the following described real est ate, and the interest therein, to*wit. An undivided ten HO)    of the surface and an undivided two and one-half (2J) acres 'f the minerals in and under tile following described real estate, tn-wit: The West Half of Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Section Thirty-©He, (SI). Town -«h p Five (5) North, Range Five <S) East: and. AIS of the Eighty (SO) aer*1 surface of the Sa st Half of the Southeast Quarter of Sect ion Thirty-one (31). Township Five (5) North, flange Five (5) East; and an undivided one-half Interest in and to the minerals, being ten (IO) acre' undivided interest sn and under the North Half of Southeast quart or of Southeast quarter, Section Th ii* v-one (31). Township Five (5) North, Range five (5) East. nil situated in Pontotoc county. Oklahoma. belonging to Benjamin H. Lowery to sati lfy a balance upon a certain judgment rendered by ’he District *’ourt of Pontotoc count'-. Oklahoma, on the 12th day of February, 1934. in favor of Harry <’ Wiseman and against Benjamin H. Lowery. cause No 12114, the balance being $80? 29. together with inter* st thereon at the, trite of IO p« r cent per annum, from the 18th dav of September, 1931. until paid and all cost accrued and accruing. And whereas I have levied upon said described real estate, and the interest therein. end 'Mused same to be appraised in t h*> sum of $1124 (>•'* Novv, therefore, notice is hereby given, that I will on the 39th day <.f June. 1936, at the hour of 2 O’, lr ck In the. afternoon of said day ar the south front door of the County Court House in Ada, Pontotoc county. Oklahoma, offer said prop-ertv f..r .'ale, at public auction, to iii* highest bidder, for cash, and Will S' ll SO much thereof at S lid time, ms will satisfy said judgment, together with interest and costs. That s lid property must bring two-thirds of Its appraised value at said sale, the appraisement of which is now on file in this office, and the office of Hie court clerk, reference to which is hereby mode for a more full understanding thereof. That said sale will also he made subject to all unpaid taxes thereon. Hated this the 27th day of May 1936. CLYDE KAISER. Sherif' Pontotoc County, Okla. By CLAUDE STURDIVANT, Undersheriff. r. F. GREEN. Ada. Okla. Attorney for Plaintiff 5-2S-3tw In the District Court of Pontotoc County. State of Oklahoma E. M. Stiles. Plaintiff vs. C. W. Tudor, et a1. Defendants No. 12,803 \OTICK OF SHERIFF’* SALE Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a special execution and order of sale issued out of tile district court of Pontotoc county, Oklahoma. on the 2nd day of June, 1936. in an action wherein K. M Stih s was plaintiff and *7. VV Tudor, V. H Hasterman. H. P. Bowen. Marline Bi ydia, Payne Drilling company. Dave Malerncp, M Hor wit*, doing business as Horwitz Iron and Metal company, I^on Fitzpatrick. Ms \s Lumber company. Terminal Land company, J. VV. Corbeil*), I* E. Wagner, A. C. Owensby, H. M Foltz. H. CL Hood. B F. Haggard. Virgil Meek VV. I Salter, J. D. Connor, E. A. Mayfield, ii. E Riggins, Hutcheson Machinery company. B-B Oil company. F. F. Brvdia, I#. C. Apple, Joseph J Fogelson, Oklahoma Pipe and Steel company, a partnership composed of H. Madvine and H. Dundee, were defendants arid interveners, directed to me, the undersigned sheriff of Pontotoc count’s, commanding me to levy upon and -ell with appraisement the following described property, to-wit The ful and gas leasehold estate covering tile South half of Northeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter arid South half of Southwest Quarter (less cemetery) of Section 32, Township 5 North Bange 5 East, a tract containing IOU acres, more or less. in Pontotoc county, Oklahoma, to satisfy a judgment and decree of foreclosure in favor of said Payne Drilling company upon their cross petition, and against the defendant. C. VV Tudor, obtained arid made hi said court on the 5th day of February, 1936. for tile sum of I64S3.0O, and the sum of $500.UU due to Har-tcli and Kerr as attorney’s fees and taxed as costs in said case, I have levied upon said property and have duly caused the same to be apprais'd according to law, at $1250.00 I v\ ill on the 7th day of July, 1936. at the hour *>f 2 o’clock p rn, of said day, at the south front door of the court house in the city of Ada, in said county and state, offer for ale arui sell to the highest bidder for cash, the said property above described (subject only to tim $30,000.00 oil payment of the B-B Oil company, or irs successors in interest, payable out of l-8th of the 7-8ths working interest), or so much thereof as will satisfy said judgment and costs. Witness my hand this 4th day of June, 1936. CI,YDE KAISER, Sheriff of Pontotoc County, Okla. By CLAUDE STURDIVANT, Undersheriff HARR ELI, & KERR. Attorneys for Payne Drilling Co. 6 -1 - 51 w In The District Court of Pontotoc County. State of Oklahoma The First National Bank and Trust Company of Oklahoma City, a Corporation, Plaintiff, \ s. VV. T. Shelton Flara L Shelton: R M. Briscoe; No wet a Moore Bledsoe: George Bledaoe; Jim Bledsoe: Caroline Bledsoe; the unknown heirs, executors, administrators. devisees, trustees and assigns of Hora Tammie Heflin, deceased: F. F. Brydia; the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, deviates, trustees and assigns of W. E. McKelvy, deceased; J. C. Cowart, or if he ;s dead. his unknown heirs, executors; administrators. devisees trustees and assign* U. K. Campbell, or if he i* dead, his unknown heirs. executors, administrators, devisees. trustee* and assigns; W. D. A v cock. or if he is dead. his unknown heirs, executors. administr;*’*>rs, *1e\ i-see.a, trustee* and assigns:    Katie Av cock: Oklahoma State Bank of Ada. Oklahoma, a orporation: Eva Williams; Geol ge s. Williams: Myrtle Adkins, nee Williams; and .Minnie L Williams, individually. and as executrix of the estate of VV. A. Williams, deceased:    The Pasehall Investment company, a corporation; Helen Marr Brown; lames Perry Bledsoe. George Dale Locals Mr. and Mr?. A. W. McKee], «otith of city, ha\e as a guest their son Burl of Colorado. Albert Mc Keel, another son wno has been visiting them, left the first of the week for his home in California. D. J. McCallum and Morter Forker, oil operators, left Thursday for their home in Tyler, Tex., after spending the past three day*-in Ada attending to business interests. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mathis left Wednesday for Monroe, La. where they were called by the death of Mr. Mathis’ brother. (From Friday's Daily) Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ely have returned to their home in Oklahoma Cit v after visiting friends ani is doing well in the Academy. Terry was one of the stars on the football team last fall. James is looking fine and appears to be enjoying the rigorous training demanded of Uncle Sam for his future military officers. (From Wednesday’s Daily) Mrs. A. A. Lucas and daughter, Dorothy Ruth, are attending th* Nazarone aisembly at Kanssas City, Mo., this week. Molly Herrin, 211 North Fr^n esi, is leaving today (Wednesday) for an extended visit with relatives and friends in Cemden, Tenn. Mrs. J. L. Newman cf Purcell is visiting in Ada this week in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. X. Johnson, North Mississippi. Harvey Shipman is visiting friends and attending to business Bledsoe and Marion Hoyt Bledsoe, j attending to business in Ada the ; in Mt. Pleasant, Tex., this week. past two days.    j    -- -- Mrs.    John    T.    Hugill    of    east    of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boyles of {City underwent a tonsillotomy at She will er visited Jewel Dean Gideon Sunday. Inetta Lindon spent Saturday night with Mozelle Cavener. Mr. and Mrs. Virgie Farmer and children of Allen spent unday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Isaacs. o’clock Sunday morning. Also a ball game Sunday evening. JANTON Mrs. Clark Hudson and children have returned to their home in Missouri after xisiiing a few J. C. and Leola Stinnett, For- days with relatives. rest and Troy Shackleford attend-! Mr. ard Mrs. Tilt Cantrell and et! a musical in the Vauoss com- daughter Klsiewere called (o Ok- munity Saturday night. lahoma Citv Monday morning to Gene Gideon took Sunday din- attend the funeral services cf his ner with Ruby Dryden. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Miner and father Mrs. Rex Younts califd on her daughter Nadine spent Sunday parent, Mr. and Mrs J. L. Rose with her parents Mr. and Mrs.    afternoon. C. A. Pennington. Mrs. J. W. Isaacs is on the sick! list at this writing. Ruby Dryden visited Mrs. Virgie Pennington Friday morning. Ralph Brendle and Mozelle Cavener took Sunday dinner with Inetta Bandon. Mable Nabors spent Saturday night with Myrtle Younts. • Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brady and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Sutton and family. Mr. and Mrs Le\\is Nabors. Bonnie Loll Brown. Bitch Ashler. In tii*: District Court within arni for Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma Anon Clark. Plaintiff vs, Dallas Clark, **t al.. Defendants No. 14196 NOTICE OF SERVICE BV PUBLICATION The state of Oklahoma to the defendants. the unknown heirs, executors, administrator* devisees, trustees and assigns, immediate and remote of Paraiee Clark, and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators. devisees, trustees and assigns, Immediate and remote of Al-bv\x Clark, deceased, greetings: You, and each of you are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff, Aaron Clark, has filed a petition in the District Court of Pontotoc county, state of Oklahoma, wherein you, and each of you are defendants, and that you, and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in said action, and that you must answer the petition filed by said plaintiff Aaron Clark, on or bcforo tile 3rd day of July, 1936, or said petition will be taken as true and confessed, and judgment will be rendered determining w ii o are the heirs of Paraiee Clark, deceased, and Albert ('lark, deceased, and a further judgment xviii be rendered against you quieting t h e right, title, interest and possession of the plaintiff in and to that real property and premises, described in the said petition, situate in Pontotoc county, state of Oklahoma, and described as follows, to-wit: an undivided six-fifteenths (6-15ths) interest in tile Southeast Quarter (j) of Northeast Quarter (i) of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Four (4) North, linage Five (5) East, containing Forty (40) acies more or less, a ad the court will find and adjudge that you do not have any right, title or interest in and to said real estate. or any part thereof, and that it will he further adjudged and decreed by the court that Aaron Clark is now the owner in fee simple of said real estate, and that the pretended claim or claims of the .caid defendants will be cancelled and held for naught, and that said defendants, and each of them, have no right, title or interest in and to the real property herein described, and that the title of the plaintiff thereto will be quieted in him and the cloud on said title will be removed. Dated this 14th daw of May 1936 (SEAL) DELLA BEDFORD. Court Clerk O B JEFFERSON, Attorney for Plaintiff 5-21-7tw > RTH E OF' S \1,E OF BONDS In accordance with Sections 5929 and 593** Oklahoma Si itutes. 1931, notice D ii. reb' gi\> n that t h e School Boa d < f Union Graded School Distr ct N,>    :    Pontotoc county, state of Oklahoma, will receive bids on 29th of June, 1936. at - o > lock p. rn., at * aunt > Superintendent’s office at Ada fur the sale of $ 17,ui!0 of building bonds of said school district, whiv'h bonds will mature; $5,001) In fi\e years from their date; $•*.""•> in si    from    their date and $7,000 sn ?e\*-n years from th< lr date. Said bond* shall be sold to Die bidder bidding tin lowest ’ate of otto rest the bonds shall bear and agreeing to pay par and ac* rucl interest for the bond*. Each bidder s' nU submit with hi* bi J a sum rn No. 14.289 NOTICE It I Pl in.D ATI ONTO the District Court In and for Pontotoc county. Oklahoma Ethel L. Diamond, Plaintiff vs. Georgia A. Roberts, et a1, defendants Tlie state of Oklahoma to the unknown heirs, executors, administrators. devisees, trustees and assigns, immediate and remote, of VV. R. Robert*, deceased: Take notice that you have been sued in the above named court by the plaintiff, Ethel L Diamond, alleging that more than three \ears have elapsed since the death of VV. ll. Roberts, deceased, who died intestate a resident of Pontotoc county. Oklahoma, and that there has been no decree of the county court of Pontotoc county. Oklahoma, which had jurisdiction to administer Upon his estate wherein it was judicially determined who by name are or were all of the particular persons entitled to participate in the distribution of the following described real estate owned by the said W. It. Roberts at the time of hi* death, to-wit: The Southwest quarter of tie Northeast quarter, and the South half of Southeast quarter of Northeast quarter of Section 25, Township 3 North. Range 8 East, Pontotoc county. Oklahoma. under the law of succession in the state of Oklahoma, and that the said plaintiff. Ethel L Diamond, is the owner by conveyance from the known heir of Hie said W. IU Robert*, of the entire fee simple title to said lands, unless the named defendants he decreed to have en interest therein by re mon of ’> rp 'r conveyance from said known heir, and plaintiff seeks to have .indicia Iv determined in this action the various heirs at law of said W. It. Roberts, deceased, and the portion < r part which each of the heirs is entitled to take in said real proper* v under the laws of succession in the state of Oklahoma, quieting the title of said plaintiff and said named defendants in event they be decreed to have acquired an interest in said lands bv reason of proper conveyance through said known heir, and [that von must answer the petition ! filed herein b> said plaintiff on or I before the 17th day of July, 1936. or said petition will be taken as true and a judgment for said plaintiff accordingly a* prayed will be rendered. Dated this 3rd day of June. 3 936. i SEAL) DELLA BEDFORD. Court Clerk. H -YR RE LL & KERR. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 6 - 4 -11 w all minors; the unknown heir? devisee**, executors. administrators, trustees and assigns of Lillie Harrison Bledsoe, deceased, Lf is. George Bledsoe (whose gv'-n name is unknown to plaintiff); Richard Bledsoe; Fled Bledsoe; Delrnas Bledsoe; Harry Bledsoe; Odessa Kendrick, nee Bledsoe; and the, unknown beira, executors, administrators. devisees. trustees and assigns of George Bledsoe, deceas’d defendants NOTICE OF' REVIVOR No. J 2.407 The unknown Heirs. Executors, Administrators, Devisees. Trustees and Assigns of George Bledsoe, deceased. will take notice that the above named plaintiff has filed its motion in the above styled and numbered cause seeking to revive . i cause in the names of the he r- of one of the defendants, namely. George Bledsoe, now deceased, such heirs being Mrs. George Bledsoe (whose given name is unknown to plaintiff), Richard Bledaoo, Ired Bledsoe, Delmas Bledsoe. Harry Bb-dsoe. Odessa Kendrick, nee i>l*d-soe, and the unknown Heirs, Executors, Administrators, Devisees, Trustees and Assigns of George Bled-ne, deceased: and that said motion will he heard before the judge of the District Court of Pon .Poe county, state of Oklahoma, : 1 Hie dis*.Jct court rooms in tile County Court House at Ada. in said county and state, on the 23rd day of July. 1935, by which motion and the hearing thereon said plaintiff will    im* order of said court of reviver of ca id action in the name* cf said hei rs. Said unknown Heirs, Executors. Administrators, Devisees, Trustees and Assigns of Georg* Bledsoe, deceased. are hereby notified to appear on said date herein named and show cause why said action should not be revived against them; and. if sufficient cause be not shown to the contrary, said order of revivor shall be made. Dated June IO, 1936. (SEAL) DELLA BEDFORD. Court Clerk. Pontotoc Co., Okla. HAYES. RICHARDSON. SHA RT EL GILLILAND ^ JORDAN By Flank A. Chilean, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 6-11- It vv NOTICE OF' k ALFI OF' It FIAL ESTATE — ADMI MSTR ATOR, FUN -FH I FOR OR GI ARIFI \ N In the matter of the estate of B. E. Hennigan, deceased. Pauls Valley announce the binh of a daughter June IS, a: the home * I her parents here, Mr. end Mrs. Carl Brill. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fisher and family, SOS East Twelfth, are guests at the Hotel Lincoln in New York City. Shawnee Wednesday, spend the remainder of the week in Holdenville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McMurray. Wayne Wadlington left Friday for St. Paul, Minn., where he will resume his work with the ll. S. Coast anil Geodetic Survey. (Prom Sunday** Dally) Mns Mary Kate Fuller, 4 25 West Seventh, will leave Monday for New York City, where she will spend the summer with her brother Hubert Fuller and Mrs. Fuller Miss Fuller will go with Miss Howitt Aldridge overland via Hot Springs, Ark., and Washington, I). C. Mr. and Mrs. I). H. Payne and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Payne of Chattanooga, Tenn., are visiting Mrs. Henry Guinn, JKH South Johnston. Both Mr. Paynes are brothers of Mrs. Guinn. Mrs. H. T. Chauncey and children Marilyn Hope, Troy LaMerle and Houston Hershel of Seminole are week end guests in the home of Mrs. Chauncey’.** parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rayburn, 322 East Seventeenth. Mr. anil Mrs. Fritz Hatcher announce the birth of a 7 3-4 pound son Thursday night, June 18. The baby has been named Richard Mc-Master Stevenson H itcher. Mrs. Ina Odell, state recording secretary of the Business and Professional Women, left Satu;-day evening for Cedar Vale at Notice is hereby gi^en in pur- J Turner Falls, xvhere she will at-suance of mu order ut the county* Mrs. Rosebei Calbert, 725 East Sixth, left Tuesday for the ranch home of her brother. Wert Davis, near Mill Creek. Mr. Davis who has bee 1 ill for some time is reported in a very serious condition. OBITUARY JOHN M. HAYNER III John M. Hayner JU, 5. son of Mrs. Marjorie Norris Hayner, Ada. died at 3 p. rn. Wednesday at the home. Funeral services were held J hursday at 4 p. rn. at the home with Rev. Claude Sayre, rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal, officiating. Burial in Rosedale cemetery. Crib-well Funeral Home in charge. John was the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Norris of Ada. (From Mondav’a Daily) \V. A. GILREATH William Amel Gilreath, six months of age, riled at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Onie Gilreath, in Pittstown Monday morning. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock from the Baptist church in Drumright. Burial will he in Shamrock cemetery, Keith Funeral Chapel in charge. NOTICE OF' MI EH IFF*** SAKE Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order of sale issued out of th*- District Court of Pontotoc county. Oklahoma, on the 1st day <*f June, 1926. in an action wherein The Federal Land Bank of Wichita. Wichita. Kansas, a corporation, was plaintiff, and W. Ti. Montgomery and Gertrude Montgomery, his wife, M. J. Bent lex-, William L Maupin. W. E. McKelvy, Charles T Barney. Lee Kopp and C. J. Keaton. L. L Herring, and if he be married, then Mrs. Ta L Herring his wife, whose given name is unknown to the plaintiff Yan H. Montgomery. \Y. R Montgomery. Fred St refit beck, if they be Jiving, and if they or any of them be dead. then their respective unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees and. or assigns. Harry J. Thompson, as 'rintp*1, or hi.* successor in trust. Kina Warmack a* administratrix of the estate of L. A. Braly. deceased. Fit st Stat1 Bank of Yannss, Oklahoma, a corporation, if said corporation be existing and if dissolved, th* ti its unknown successors, trustees and. or assigns, were defend-ants, directed to me the undersigned sheriff of Pontotoc county, commanding me to advertise and sell, without appraisement. the c.-sq or its equivalent equal to two Per cent of the amount of his bid. ......-....   B Th*1 School Board reserves the right j fellowing described real estate lying to reject any and ill bi i    land situate in the county of Ponto Witness m> official    an*]    “a1    toe. state of Oklahoma, to-wit: J« 1 r # D I    *    .    .    ..    *    *■    rV    I    .    «    I.’„ ♦    ILG# , f    * t.    x -__a i. , this 15Hi da. of June I - * (SEAL) GEO. D WOOD. School District Clerk Pittstown, GU I a 6-18-2’w NATIVE FINED FOH AIDING LION TO ESCAPE TRAP NAIROBI, June 24.— (UP) — A native was fined SI2.50 in a Tanganyika native court for helping a lion to escape. With the approach of the rainy season and the danger of lion* lurking in the long grass beside the path-* for the purpose of raiding stock, native authorities in th” Ta bora district prepared a number of pi; traps Th*3 accused na'h** found a lion in a trap, and then made a ladder, went down and helped the beast to escape. If the play, “The Postman Rings Twice,’’ had ani thing to do with baby bonds, tho veteran must have collided with a chair on his way to the door. rhe En st Half of th* Northeast Quarter of Section Eleven, Township Three North. Range Four East of the Indian Meti-dian, containing S'* acres of land, more or !*•?'». according to the government survey thereof. to satisfy the judgment and decree of foreclosure in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendants obtained and made in said court on the 29th day of November. 1935. for the sum of $1,649.23. with interest thereon at the rate of six per cont per annum from the date of said judgment, $40.00 attorneys’ fees, costs of $61.12. and costs accruing, I will, on the Cill day of July, 1936. at the hour of 2 O*clo< k. p in., of said day, at the south front door of the court house in the city of Ada, said county of Pontotoc, sia’e of Oklahoma, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for ’ash in hand, the said real estate above described to satisfy said judgment, with interest, attorneys’ fees. and cost? Witness ray hand this 1st day of June, 1936. CLYDE KAISER, Sheriff of Pontotoc Countv. Okla. A V DAVIDSON. W. E. PEPPERELL J. F. MvKEEL Attorneys for Plaintiff. • - l-5tw. Court of the County of Pontotoc. state of Oklahoma, made on the J9th day of June, 1936, the undersigned administratrix of the * stat*1 of B. E Hennigan, deceased, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder subject to confirmation by said court on Friday, the 10th day of July. A. D., 1936 at 2:00 o’clock p. til. at Count.) Court Room. in th*- <i’.v of Ada, Pontotoc county, Oklahoma, all the right, title and interest of said B. E. Hennigan, deceased, in and to the following described real estate situated in Pontotoc county. state of Oklahoma, to-wit: The NE( of Section 25. 3 North, Range 5 East, and th*- WL and the SHJ of Section 3**. ami the NWI and the NWI of NFJ of SWj of Section 81. Township 3 North. Range 6 East, a tract containing SIO acres, more or less, situated in Pontotoc colin t\. Oklahoma. Said real estate w , ll bp sold upon the follow ing terms and conditions to-wit: For cash in hand upon confirmation. Dated the 19th day of .lune, 1936 GRACE HENNIGAN. Admfnlst rat rix 6-25-31w In the County Court of Pontotoc County, State of Oklahoma In the matter of the approval of Fulblood Deed of Lizzie Keel, l-’ull-blood Chickasaw Roll No. 865. PROBATE NO. 3453 OM DFR FOR HF’, 4RI NG PF’.THTON FOR APPROX AL DF’ HEFTI) State of Oklahoma, SS. Pontotoc County Now on this 24th da\ of June. 1936. this matter coming on for hearing In open court upon the p. -tition filed herein bv Lizsie Keel. Fullblood Chickasaw' Roll No. 865, asking for the approval by this court of a Mineral Deed, a copy of which is attached to said petition and on file in this court, executed by said Lizzie Keel, conveying to K. S. liar away, Ada. Oklahoma, the following described property, town An undivided one-foui'h (I) interest in and to tile oil, gas and other minerals in and under West Half of Southwest Quarter (W'i SWI) of Section 27, and Southeast Quarter (SEIL and South Half of Northeast Quarter (SJ XKJ I, and Southeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter (SEI SFH SWU. ar,d Northeast Quarter of Southeast Qua lier of Northwest Quarter (NEI SEi X W j). and Southeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter ISE) NKI N WJ), of Section 28. all in Township 3 North, Range 8 East, I Ti & M Pontotoc county. Oklahoma: and it appearing to the court that sh d Mineral Deed is such a deed a« requires th approval of this court. It i« therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed by this court that said petition for approval of said Mineral Deed he, and the same hereby is. set for hearing on lh*1 9t.h day of July. 1936. at I OO o’clock p rn.. in the county couit room in Ada. Pontotoc county. Oklahoma, at which time and place all persons interested may appear and contest the approval *>f said Mineral Deed it is further ordered that notice of said hearing he given by publishing a ropy of this order in the Ada W e* kly News for at least one week next before the date set for said heparin 2 Dated the day and year first above written. (SEAL) JOHN BOYCE MCKEEL County Judge of Pontotoc County. Okla. « -25- St vv CALISTOGA, Cal , (FP)—California is tired of waiting for Mount Lassen and other lot al and presumably extinct volcanoes to spout. Contracts hate been let. with a larze fireworks company to stage the best imitation possible from the crater of Mount Saint Helena on the Fourth of July. tend a two day school of instruction lur officers of the Club. Mrs. M. F. West and son Glendale returned Friday evening from a fortnight’s \i?it in Houston, Galveston and Livingston, Texas. At the latter place they vi = ited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle West and in Houston were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schwab. (F'rom Monday'* Daily) Robert Shannon Heard of Colorado stopped in Ada Sunday and .Monday for a short visit with his cousins. Miss Daisy Heard and R. C. Heard. He was en route to Dallas and Houston. W. WOOD W. Wood, age ah years, of Konawa, passed away June 21 at 8: JU a. rn., at a local hospital. Funeral services were held Monday, June 22, at 2 p. rn., at Wolfe, Okla.. interment in the Wolfe cemetery, Criswell Funeral home in charge. The deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Malina W’ood, five son? and three daughters. Howard W’ood visited his par-p,an*' an<* (,len > ba ban, and John ems Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Wood Myricks spent Sunday afternoon Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cavener and children visited in the L. T. Mitchell home Thursday night. i at Byrds Mill. Y. Q. and Offellean Cantrell, Willi’ McNeil!, Jessie Younts, Johnnie McNeill. Otis Hairier and George Golden spent last week'Jack Nabors spent Sunday to-wiih his uncle Mr. Braggs at ! ge* lier. Round Top. Mr. a nd Mrs. N. Lamb spent Thursday afternoon in the E. C. Cavener home. they spent    the night with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. G. Wk Lamb. Every one remember the sing le MMK IFS CHAPEL We have sure beeu having some hot weather lately, it makes a fellow want to hunt the shade. Miss Ruth Woods and Miss Va sea Davis spent S atm day night with Mrs. James Isaacs. Those who took dinner with Kina Yern Kent Sunday were Jav and Geneva Isaacs. Sam and Sylvia Evans, Loy Woods, Etvtn Mitchell and Mozelle Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Ode Frank of Maxwell spent Sunday writh Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGee. Mr. and Mrs. Jam*** Isaacs and ’children spent Sunday with Mr. land Mrs. Archie Woods of Max-i well. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McIntyre and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Grant Isaacs of Maxwell Sunday. Elza Gregory of Maxwell called on Mr. and Mrs. David Galey Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Maxwell called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wood5* Sunday. Mr*. Versie Summers visited Mrs, J. O. McIntyre Wednesday. Elwood Lockhart visited Mr. and Mrs. David Galey Sunday Mrs. Flovd Hobgood of Fitts tow n spent Saturday with her j aDernoon of last week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Crass. Mr? .Morris of Ada is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jewel Sum- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hudson anti Ult rs at this time. ihahan boys called in the A. C. ing convention at this place the nou,p Thursday, second Sunday in July. Everyone I -^r5- ( bnrlev Jacks is visitin', is invited to come and bring some ^Pr f^h’-r and sister, VV. B. and one with you. 5-a 11 ie Rucker. Rev*. F. M. Woods will preach st tills place next Saturday night. Sunday and Sunday night. Everybody come. Remember the singing at this I Sunday Those spending Sunday with Juar.ita and Kenneth Shaitan HIGH HIU. Bro. Bird filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. A revival will start at this place July lf). So, let’? everybody be ready to attend every night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hopkins and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dock Phillips of Red Oak. Mrs. Grace Curlee and children Sarah Ann, Billie. Ine Lee and Irene and Mrs. Neely spent Sunday with Mrs. Lora Steven- Munday night with her sons Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ro»e w»»re! place avery Sunday night. Coma visiting relatixes and friends here aud bring someone with you. Singing was well attended Sunday night. Corkey Summers of Seminole were .Minnie Irene and Harelrt,sP6nt awhile Sunday afternoon in Brady, Gladys Prewitt and Myrtle 1 he K. H. Licht home. Younts.    I    Mr. and Mrs. Evans and daugh- Mrs. Zack Timmons and daugh- j r Sylvia, ;.nd Mosel I Pax ne afters spent Saturday night with I ,<>nded singing at Parish C lape! lier parent4*, Mr. and Mrs. Torn Saturday nisht Nabors and family. A. C. Shahan called on Wk B. Rucker Sunday afternoon Mr. and .Mrs. Mitchell of Parish < napel attended singing at this J place Sunday night, we were very •Mrs Smith of Stratford spent    to    have    them    and    want    them and Bub Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. McMean? Alf Kennedy with Lee Yount.s. son. Mr. and Mrs. J. B spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moshir. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Kerr spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry with Marie Martin. McMeans. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ginn spent Sunday evening with their daughter Mrs. Celia W’atson. Mr. and Mrs. David Grey arejur5 Vansant of FHzhueh the proud parents of an eight pound boy. Mother and baby are getting along fine. Tom Moshier, Stella Mae Rowe, Otto Lesley and Roundy Mayer were the dinner guest? of Irene McMeans Sunday. to come back a^ain. Winston Summers of Seminole I spent Monday with his grand- Kenneth Prewitt spent Sunday jmot her- *,r?l1 H. Light. J .Mr. ard Mrs. Ev - na x islted Mr?. Fannie Sutton spent Sunday JKvan*’ sister. Mrs. Jack Watts th Marie Martin.    .Maxwell    Sunday. | Jack Nabors sp* nt Saturday Mo?:elI Payne and Mrs. E with Y. Q, Cantrell of H. .Mao and Junio'* Hewett are yi§- Vf-rlJu Bryan tight spent Monday with Mrs. ring their grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Otis LLh? and daughter called in the E. H. Light Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jeiton spent hom* friday night. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arval Marr*na H ighey spent Sunday .ll    :    XI9 Ilk    J Howell, IV ALX IT GROVE | Mr. and Mr?. E. E. \g€e w*»re _    guests    of    Mr. and Mr? Buck Sweat and son Hugh Danley Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lollar, who have been living west of city, have changed their residence to 605 West 8th. MRS. HULDAH STEWART Mrs. Huldah Stewart, age 75 years, of I rancis, passed away Monday, June 22 at 8 a. rn., at lier home. Funeral service? will be held a* (he Church or Christ in Francis June 23, at I p. nu. Rev. Shipman officiating. Interment at Morris, Okla.. Criswell Funeral home in charge. Mrs. Stewart is survived by four sons. J. E. Stewart, of Francis, Carl Stewart, of Ohio, AI ne rf and John Stewart, California, and two daughters, Mrs. Cora Gray of Quinton, Okla.. and Mrs. Etta Simmons ,of Adamson, Okla. Captain Harry Schlenberg has received orders to report for duty at Fort Sill July 14 with the 278th infantry and the second division of the Citizen* Military Training camp. He will return July 27- Mrs. .Toe Beck received word Monday morning from Mrs. Lawrence Green that Mrs. R. B. FauntLeroy is getting along nicely. Mrs. Fauntieroy was taken spiously ill w'hile visiting relatives in New Mexico and underwent an operation in a Silvr 'Mty hospital Tuesday, June Mrs. J. H. Collins is reported ill at her home, 622 North Oak. Mr. Collins, who has been ill for several days, has sufficiently recovered to return to his work Monday. Mrs. Frank Smith, 600 East 7th. spent the week end in Oklahoma City with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Goldsby, and son-in-law. Mrs. Goldsby is the former Miss Vera Smith. Mrs. Smith wa? accompanied home by Mr. Smith and their son, Harold, who spent Sunday in Oklahoma City visiting Mr. and Mrs. Goldsby. IMOGENE ROBERTS Imogene Roberts, age 21 months, passed away at the home near Egypt Monday morning. Funeral services were conducted from the home Monday afternoon at 5:30 p. rn., Rev. Smith officiating. Burial in Egypt cemetery, Keiths in charge. Survivors are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roberts. (From Wednesday’.? Dally) ROY M. HOLLIS Roy AF Hollis, age 40 years, living at 712 E. 10th Sr., passed away June 24th at his home. Funeral services will be announced later by the Criswell Funeral tome. Surviving are his wife and three brothers, E. C., E. H., and W. H. Ho’Ji.? of Ada, and his father \Y. B. Hollis who resides in . l ssouri. I Miss Howett Aldridge left. to-| day for New York City, where she will attend Columbia University during the summer term. She is going by Memphis and Nashville, Tenn., and Washington, D. C. She was accompanied by Miss Mary Rate Fuller. I From Tuenday** DhII? ) Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brooks of Quanah, Texas, are spending the week in Ada visiting in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ed Granger. Mrs. Steve Allgod is expected to arrive in Ada this week from Chickasha to make her home. Mr. Allgood has been employed bv the PARISH CHAPEL Singing Saturday night w-a* well attended. We invite everyone to come back and help out. We also want every one to remember Sunday school at 10:00 every Sunday morning. Winona Mae Law is visiting ber uncle and ount, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bevil at Pauls Valley. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lamb visited in the E. C. Cavener home Sunday. Virgie Pennington gave a wedding snower Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Ray Dryden. Several attended and at a late hour cake wa- served to the departing guests. Several atended the candidates speaking at this place Tuesday night. We made 115 which will go for song boks and fixing the piano. Miss Ruby Dryden entertained her friends Friday night with her 18th birthday party. Several attended and at a late hour cake was served to the departing guests. Everyone reported a nice visited in this community Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kerr and children spent a while Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Prater of! Asher spent Tuesday night with the latter’* parents, Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Ginn. Brownie Kerr spent Saturday night with Arvil Sweat. Roundy Mayers ana Otto Lesley spent Saturday night with I'fete Lesley. Seaborn Kerr and Maynel Ginn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Kerr. Mr. an i Mrs. Bryson of Pryor spent Saturday night with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hopkins. Irene McMeans spent Saturday morning with Stella Mae Rowe. Harg Sweat U. C. Brown. Chuck Watson and Henry McMeans called on Blue Blackburn Friday night. There will he singing at this place Sunday night so everybody come. Sunday school at 10:00 Ray Stone spent Saturday night with Worley Estes. Grady Loyd, IL B. Allen and ■ Sylvia Evans Sunday night' Judson Kirby were guests of    _ 7    night. ; wit ii Veda Tucker. Fred Gray called on Basil Kent Sunday. Mr. and Mr,. r„ H. Llahf sp.nt the weekend with Mr. and Mr** Alvin Summer* of Seminole .„Jhr,'n M,iVh*H- E>"» 'tm K»nt and Jay Maar, ala annnnr wl'h nv.nU t - ____n r rant Jones Sunday. Mrs. Inez    and children (are spending a few days with her Sister, Mrs. Wilbren Tate. .Mabel Kirby D spending a (pw days with Mr. and Mrs. Wailer Crow of Ada. Johnnie Wiifong has returned borne after spending two weeks with bis mother, Mrs. Ray Hicks of Wewoka. Robert Bolin and Walter Lewi* called on Frant Jones early Sunday morning. Judson Kirby spent Saturday night with Euldean Dan lev. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hicks and daughter Elnoria Francis spent Sunday night with h*-r parent-*, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jon*1?. Walter Lewis spent Sunday with Robert Boiin. Mrs. Garnet Wjrrick and two sons Buddy and Charles Lloyd called on Mrs. W. J. J< ne* Sunday evening. CHEW OF Miff ST. LOTTS. June 2 L-UPV-John Cannon, chief operating of-ricer of the Missouri Pacific lines, today reported the engine crew af *    train    was responsible -or its collision yesterday near afley Park with a special contention train carrying a neero delegation to Kansas City Twenty-two of the ne*'ro passers and 13 railroad employ ^re Injured. Five of tho tr{in rew guffPred broken bones. Tho nature    * W*r9 of * Cl-":    for •'"'"int in- vested-—Ada News classified ads. 222 West 14th. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Phillips ate Misses Jennie and Virginia Westmoreland of Ponca City. We’re expecting a cable from Hitler, “Is it true what they say about Maxie?” and Q. Store here for some *.*" be 31 h0me “ Une and’wfshed Riibv”many*more happy birthdays. Ruby Dryden and Jewel Dean Gideon took supper Tuesday night with Mozelle Cavener. Nadine Reeves Is visiting her grandparents who live at Prairie Grove. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cavener and son H. R., Mrs Jocie Galey and son Gene visited in the L. T. Mitchell home Friday night to hear the fight . Debs Thompson spent the week end with hi* parents Mr. and Mrs. ’N. J. Thompson. Alpha McCause and Alice Farm- Cadet James L. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs, James W. Lewis, South Francis, has arrived in Ada to spend two months vacation. James has completed the first two years of his wmrk at the Military Academy at West Point, ranking among th#1 highest in hD class. He says that Terry Craig, (another East Central young man, “Send New Blood to the Senate 99 JOSH LEE DEMOCRAT FOR U. S. SENATE Will speak on Tuesday, June 30 at Roff at 9:30 a. rn; Stonewall at 11 a. rn.; Bowlegs at 2:30 p. rn.; Allen at 4 p. rn.; and GLENWOOD PARK, ADA, AT 8 P. M. HEAR HIM! ;