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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 30, 1960, Ada, Oklahoma Galley-Vanting Around The County EDITOR IS NOTE: Mrs. S. J. Markley, Stonewall correspondent. was hospitalized last week, and it s our understanding she was to undergo surgery. Due to this unfortunate circumstance, the Stonewall news is absent. We sincerely hope Mrs. Mark-ley has a quick recovery, and that her interesting items from Stonewall will resume in the near future.CENTER By MKS. RAE GARRETT Mr. and Mrs. R. T Garrett and children. Bobby, Dickey and Jan of Long Beach. Calif., have been visiting his mother. Rae Garrett and brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Pug Garrett and Sondra, from Tuesday night till Sunday afternoon. They went to Wilson (to spend a night and day with I some friends, Mr. and Mrs. Bill j Lewis and girls. Then they will go to Duncan to Visit her grandma Austell and Mr. ar.! Mrs. Hugh Chilcoat and sons. There they plan to spend a few days with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gilliam and children in South Texas, then return home after a three week's vacation. dren of Kansas spent Sunday night with Mr and Mrs. Pug Garrett and Sondra. Mr. and Mrs. Pug Garrett and Sondra and Mrs. Rae Garrett attended the Pentecost Holiness Camp Meeting Sunday night. Mrs. Roberta Hamm and r..- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wood s little son. How'afd Jr. died Friday. He had been sick and had some temperature, but they thought he was cutting some teeth. He picked up a glass of coal oil or kerosene and drank some of it. They rushed him to the hospit-j a I but he had gotten some in his langs and the doctor said he had quick pneumonia. We want to give our sympathy to the parents arri grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dame and baby visited his aunt* and family,, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Escue. Roberta. Roger and Linda Sue the past few days. The Dames are from Andrews, Tex. He grew’ up in Center so I am sure he has enjoyed his vacation here with his many friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry and children of California have been here on vacation visiting his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Henry and children and his sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Price and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and a number of other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Grove and children went to Sulphur Sunday. They took their lunch after Sunday school and spent the rest of the day in the park. church with Bro. Walter Crow and his wife Sunday. She reported a wonderful sermon and one person was converted. We are always happy to hear of people rendering their lives to the Jesus. Mrs. Effie Morris went to Mrs. R. E. Riggins and daughter Bobbie are both feeling a little better. They were sick for awhile. Bobbie had surgery and her mother had a very bad cold. The youngest daughter, Mrs. Jim mie Philips and children of Cur-ant w’ene visiting over the weekend. I think the children are staying with their grandmother while Jimmie is going to college: the Riggins girls are all teachers. Miss Bobbie teaches at Pauls Valley. Mrs. Billie Ruth Dicon teaches at Miami. Mrs. Martha Ann Pope teaches in Tulsa and Mrs. Jimmie Philips teaches at (Continued on page two) The Paper With PERSONALITY By Mail in Pontotoc And Adjoining Counties Single Copy IO Cents Only $2.00 Per Year Biggest Reading Buy in OklahomaCombined With The Ado Times-Demoerot 60TH YEAR ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1960Jimmy Thomas May Use Vacuum Harvester On Current Oat And Button C/nvpr Pmiert Cannonball's Ready to Roll Cotton Classification-Market News Servce Is Available to Growers Whooooo - whoooo! Railroadin’ season s hee! The Kiwanis Cannonball, the biggest little train in Wintersmith Park, goec onto a full-time summer schedule Saturday at J p. rn. Thereafter the train, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ada. will be in operation every day for the rest of the summer, beginning at 5 p. rn. on weekdays and I p. rn. on Sundays ana holidays. Yes. on the Fourth of July, too. SQUASH GROWER:    Young    Jimmy    Lee    Frederick, Oakman 4-H member, brought to market this week some squash he qrew in his current 4-H Garden Project. Jimmy sold the squash to demon's Thrifty-Wise in Ada, sponsors of his recent broiler project. Jimmy has been active in all phases of 4-H Club work for the past three years, and in his garden project this summer he is growing squash, okra, watermelons, beans, peppers, onions, mustard and black-eye peas and also some cantaloupes. Money from the squash, Jimmy said, would go for poison to fight garden pests. (WEEKLY Photo). ;