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  • Location: Stilwell, Oklahoma
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  • Years Available: 1928 - 1938
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Adair County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 21, 1938, Stilwell, Oklahoma -^*^mAmtm\m�tM0ni>tmtm------- �' 0!>tvT-'q'?iV.',TASKS--!:"ifcWSf �Ui>)V;"rV.r'^f', " in fSfttt-'toW it if i'i j>i i i;iv ii.'iriiiiiliiii ji | *' 'it: eW%h $m "�S ..... iW'ij!k^-..ijdf!-ft3;>i>* ^tetfV.s'ltvOjMi'r ' . � r>- f. o IIffl^ftfliBfo*'.'A^AJjf.'CO^TY, OKLAHOMA THUBiSlPAY, JULY S&SSJl WORK TOWARD NEW BUILDING MEETING HELD WEDNESDAY C. of C Sponsors Project of New Post Office Here;'Swimming Pool Discussed ' Meeting at the Christian church Monday night with 41 members present, the Stil-well Chamber of Commerce discussed the possibility of a new federal building for Stil-well. Dinner was served by the Band Boosters club, proceeds going for the purchase of hew band uniforms. With President Jeff Atkerson presiding, the group thrashed out the possibilities of the new building. Four towns in tjrie second congressional district are eligible for it, Sallisaw, Stigler, Wagoner and Stilwell. A committee of five men, Boyd Mc"Gee, B. R. Jones, E. G. Carroll, Wren Fletcher and E. R. Hall was appointed to push the project. A swimming pool WPA project also was discussed. The town would be required to provide) funds for buying the cement, estimated to cost $500, should the project be approved. Its site would probably be near the picnic grounds. -o WATTS NEWS According tfr'Mrs^L;!'^. Summers, superintendent of Bible and Mission study work for the Oklahoma Methodist,, South, an all-day meeting was "held Wednesday by "the Women's Mis^ sionary societies of Zone No. 4, which comprises the Vinita district. A business" session was held in the morning and following the noonday lunch a program was conducted under the direction of Roy Hines of Tahlequah, program chairman. Societies represented were from Westville, Watts, Vinifa, Hulbert, Tahlequah, Braggs, Ft. Gibson and Stilwell. �-o- RECEIVES HEAD INJURY Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whetzel and children of Oklahoma Oity and Mrs. Zora Winchester of iFlint, Okla., are spending several days here visiting their mother Mrs. Minnie Whetzel. They are also enjoying fishing on the Illinois river. ....... ______ Dempsey Duncan and Miss Reta Bowen both of Watts announce their marriage which occurred February 9 at Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Mrs. Mayme Daniels and two sons visited her parnts Mr. and Mrs. Wes Holloway at Neosho, Missouri last week. � Mrs. Alyene Griffith who is in a Siloam Springs /hospital for medical care is reported to be improving. T. H. Tatum was a DeQueen visitor this week. Mrs. Zoe Jones of Tulsa visited Mr. and Mrs. Noah Nickens one day this week. The Missionary society of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. G. W. Fox Wednesday afternoon. -o- HORN NEWS Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sparks, while out carriding Saturday evening, ran into the backend of a truck parked in the road. The truck did not have it's .lights on. Mrs. Sparks suffered a severe cut about the head while her husband suffered a minor hand injury.. Mrs. J. R. Foster, mother of Mrs. C. R. Sparks is visiting her this week. -o- MARRIAGE LICENSES Dave Keller, 41, to Lydia Liver, 36, both of Tommytown. Frank Kinzey, 21, to Pauline Pope, 18, both of Siloam Springs Arkansas. Carl Brashear, 22, to Winnie Worley, 19, both of Stilwell. Arthur A. Will, 22, to Jewell Harshberger, 20 both of Norman, Oklahoma. s men and farmers who are 1 REVIVAL HELD AT -king the irade.on their own., f OAK GROVE CHURGBt Tlfe going tot * --- ' 1 . haVe a tough time getting them I Rev, J. L. Brown, Methodist u_^i. on gi(jg_ minister of Jay, began a series -- � of revival services at Oak Grove ne of the first moves to woo church, about six "miles east of _ his, opposition was a big juicy Stilwell, Sunday night, July 17. TW�'� ,Af *�^u.i,,-; wfco t, Md of "sop" in.which he said Rey^.toWRa^aaJhe pastor of There s not mu^gise rehash- thit he was goitlg to "purge", the First, Methodist church it* ing the election, for -everybody hiipolitical machine. He hinted StilWeir several years a&.' know how it came: outand any da*kly of "traitors" and "double-reasons as to why-my side crdssers" who were going to get lost would sound like alibis. I thlsack. This, of course, is nothing but "sop'', spread to alleviate the sufferings of the losers and to soften their dJolln d;< President,. Libbey - Ow^ CHkus�?oi�-and~4�minis tional unemployment | U.S. government last nouncea company had 990 to work in past thv and reopening Rossfor glass plant would employ 400 more. FMENT [Biggers. is - Ford (tor na-ms for (all, an-, ^turned months J., plate ediately. Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Bak<, |of Fort Sill, are visiting reli %iv3S and friends here, Chester Goodwin and Georj returned from,|hft,harve t^ community was visiting here Sunday. | Mrs. Wm. Thornton and' daughter Delia and Miss Dewey BuEler were Sunday visitors at j p the Johnson home. .fi? 1 *1 �her grai^ot|^|�te:^eil|ille last week. I Mr.' � bn^^rii^'iftii�' are the proud parents .of a bSB^fWest Peavine school, was h esd|y ni^ aught Sundas ;