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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - August 24, 1937, Ardmore, Oklahoma A a age two the daily Ardmore Ite. Ardmore. Oklahoma tuesday August 24. 1937 Marshall county Man As it it Man seriously Hurt in fight with Yeutive Bill Peevey in Oklahoma City Hospital with dangerous injuries. Madill aug. 24. A special a Bill Peevy of Powell was in University Hospital. Oklahoma City in a Serl Oiw condition monday resulting from a wound inflicted during a family quarrel saturday night by his brother Woodrow. The two were at their fathers Home four Miles West of Powell. Charges against Woodrow Peevey. Who is in the county jail have not been filed pending developments in the injured Many a condition Colby said. Officers quoted Woodrow As saying he had thrown a claw a Toner at Bui Peevey when the later made an attempt to strike him with a. Razor. Both sheriff t. Z. Splawn and Joe Everett Deputy quoted mrs. Tom a Peevey Mother of the two men As saying the two men had been drink a ing. She reported they had engaged in a fist fight at Bill a residence near there a few minutes earlier. After a the fight Woodrow had walked to his fathers Home. She said Bui ran a up with a razor and Woodrow started running officers report. Then she a reported Woodrow picked up the. Hammer hitting Bui on the head and knocking him unconscious. 3.09 inches of rain. Weatherman w. J. Beu reports amp Doy pour of s.00 inches rain Over a a Fiir Day period for Marshall county Cotton prospects immediately took on a new Angle though full recovery from the summer heat and drouth is impossible Farmers say. Sunday with its temperature drop to 75 degrees was the coolest Day since May 4. Lightning victim. Lightning caused painful Burns and badly burned hair to the Small a daughter of mrs. Bob Limer. Cum a Berland Friday As the child was run a Nung to a storm cellar near the Virgil Payne Home at Aylesworth. A the girl. With her Mother had been visiting the Payne family. Pour Comers were Tom from the residence by lightning. A window in the Southeast part of the Home was knocked out completely. Not a Glass a was broken. Lake b improved. Improvement on the Road to like Carter began tuesday with grading a gravel and drainage work outlined Lor spa workers. The work was largely made possible by John Taua i error a donation of High Grade gravel a to cover the Mue and a half strip. If weather permits the work Iryll be completed a within a month. Pred Carter City commis Aloner said the spa project sponsored by the City. Jul have Jess bean As Foreman. Gravel such As Given by Taliaferro Lor the work usuary Sella for 10 to 20 cents per foot. Marvin Davis co my spa supervisor said. Approximately 2500 Yards of gravel will be required. Leave on tour. E. P. Schneider and miss Mary Louise Schneider to daughter returned saturday from a two weeks tour of Northern states. A the trip included a visits at various Points in Missouri Minomb Michigan and Iowa. Schneider had amp brother or sister in each of the states fifth report swimming and Steamer trips in Lake Michigan As the most enjoyable part of the vacation. Pupos to Bocito miss Lulie Mae Hines presented her younger group of expression pupils in a recital Pyl Day afternoon in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. J. M. Hines. Those taking part were Mana Mae Gary Joe Ann Ewing Donald Ray Linn Joyce Bernice Blackburn Auclea Rice Patricia Ajja Hartin Jody Minter Barbara Joy Colby but Stephenson Mary Ann Lyvengood Carolyn Fondren Buly Lyvengood. Joe Quieto Carlton Paula Ann Vandervort and Jerry. Whittle. Other guests included mrs. Raymond Gary. Mrs. W. C. Lynn mrs. James Ewing mrs. Burton Lyvengood. A mrs. C. L. Jones. Mrs. J. P. York mrs. Horace Blackburn mrs. P. L. Rice mrs Jeff Herndon Louie Pur sey Billy Short mrs Joe Minter mrs. Oscar Hay mrs. Jimmie Hartin. Mrs. Sam whittle mrs. Joe f. Gary Cleta Mae Holden mrs. Jack Colby. Mrs. Jack Colby jr., mrs. Arthur Carlton. Mrs. Paul Vandervort mrs. Fred Grigsby mrs. Elvin Wheeler. Martha Pate. Phyllis Ann Hawkins. Frances Hopkins and charlatan Ward. Toung Farmers presented 1 Muton Hatch and Ovla Wood two j archerd boys who won free Trif its to j the Kansas City Uve Stock show by their showing of the 4-h club Roundup at Stu water recently featured the rotary program at the meeting Pyl Day at the methodist Church. They demonstrated Quot the use of galvanized roofing and siding on farm baud Ings a their winning topic at stir water. Jeff Herndon archerd school principal presented the Byi and gave a Brief talk on the Success of 4-h work in his Community. Miss Puma Byrd daughter of or. And mrs. Pete Byrd led the club singing accompanied by. Mrs. Zelma t. Whiting. Bouu7 Carrica on continuing their series of Rural acquaintance programs the local act try club a went to Aylesworth Friday night. Glee club numbers a string orchestra Reading and solos were entertainment features. Hilary Glen a try who placed recently la the state timely topic cd test at Stillwater gave a Reading. Joe c6ieman. Madly bang and the Aylesworth glee club and string band gave seven num Beis. The meeting closed with a Watermelon least with a Leaworth Home demonstration club members u hostesses. Fraud charges tiled charges of fraud were filed by of mity attorney 8am y. Orby set Virday Aga lost Vorat Rhodes. Off Cen i in Tzy lds to locate Rhodes la Ramod. we Lodd As marines Drill for emergency lightning is Jose it acc Idaway to try he hands i cause of fire As a Broadway theater director disastrous Forest Buze at Ardmore actor completes in which we Point a warning to the menace that seems to confront Lake Murray state Park. A Axtell what Are we going to do w about it if you read the paper monday you probably saw that the state planning j and resources Board is to meet to Dos cuss the probable abandonment of Lake Murray state Park. The Federal agencies in charge of the big project Are considering dropping work and letting the Lake Reinkin incomplete of for the reason that no Assurance has been Given of its future maintenance and operation by the state. We have had these episodes before in the Long and Stormy career that Lake Murray has enjoyed. Some of the crises have been pretty grave but none of them seem to the Flea to be so fraught with menace As this one. The plea frankly does no to understand Why the state proposes to drop the biggest recreational feature that Oklahoma has Ever attempted. Esp Mclauy at this Point when the big Park ,1s nearing completion and so close to being ready for the Public. Surely the planning and resources Board will not act without due consideration on a matter of this importance. Cody blamed on storm striking Pine Trees. Cody wyo., aug. 24.�? Fly super visor John Seiker of the Shoshone National Forest said today that Light successful season with with Marquette summer theater group goes to new York City. I Joe Callaway who is just finishing a u successful season As director of the filled Canyon Quot unmistakably caused the Savage Forest Blaze that took the lives of 14 firefighters. Seiker reported 500 weary and smoke choked men on the fire line now had the blame under Complete Marquette summer theater first in upper Michigan a we to leave there monday for new Quot work City to try his Luck on Broadway. The idea of the summer theater for Marquette was originated last carrying full equipment and ready for action the to. S. Marines shown above going through a Landing Force Drill from the u. S. S. Augusta nag shop of the american Asiatic Fleet May have the scene duplicated in grim reality should events in the chinese War zone necessitate it. Quot his picture a was taken before a Sheu struck the Augusta at Anchor in Shanghai Kuung one Sailor and wounding 18. Queer Freak happenings in the news of the Day gathered hither and too by associated press. Petersburg. abet is convinced one can be too conscientious. He suffered a broken Arm in a fall from a horse several weeks ago. A physician told Abell to exercise the Arm after the Cist was removed. Abell took his advice so Ute rally he dislocated his shoulder. A a a subway game new obstacle a terrier trouble disrupted traffic on the Broad Street subway. Romping up and Down the tracks at the height of the Rush hour a Perky a wire haired terrier Pup held up trains for 17 minutes whue subway employees sought vainly to catch him. The dog disappeared from the Tunnel As mysteriously As he had entered. A a a drug on Market Helena Vinyl the License Cost a a woman Mth her prospective husband asked the marriage License clerk. She was told the fee was $2. The clerk then said the ministers fee customarily was $5. A say i pay s5 to marry any Man on the couple left sans License. A a a Gidday sky horse . F. Knight 96, Rode express for general Custer in 1868. He a heard of the thrills of busting sky Broncos. Quot id like to try it before i die a he suggested. Pilot Carl Crawford Wui take him up in his plane Sim Day. Ponca City Man is killed in crash Carter test to be acid Zed Good production expected after acid treatment on hard Oolitic Lime. It s consider this matter. Kellogg Idaho. Aug. 24.�? pm Edward c. Morris who was killed sunday when his Autonio Bue plunged into fourth of july Canyon West of Here was from Ponca City okla., and the car in which he was Riding was stolen at Kelso. Wash., chief of police Fritz Linney said today. Morris was listed in first reports As from Cottonwood Falls. Kan., and a woman with whom he was Riding was erroneously listed As mrs. Morris Leney said. He said the woman who was injured slightly was held for investigation. Low Cost recorded for Terrace needs acid treatment was due to be Given Carter of company a deep Milroy Pool test the no. 1 Harley c3ommunity, in a Nene of sect Oij 24, some time tuesday after the Well failed to show production possibilities when opened monday. The acid�?5000 Gallons of it was Oleng hauled in to the test Early tuesday but come Cottons at a the test preparatory to pumping it in the Hole would delay the application until late in the Day. The test bottomed at 8167 feet proved disappointing monday when it showed but 25 barrels of dist late and an estimated 3,000,000 feet of Gas when washed Down. Operators had expected big production from the Oolitic Lime from 7555 to 7660 feet since six different cores taken Between those dept Lis All showed Good indications. A the you tic Lime shows very hard at the test and it is thought Likely the acid will Start the Well flowing. Should this fail operators probably will plug Back to the Birds Eye Lime where Good showings also were had on Core tests. Magnolia drip Long plugs a tubing was no in the test to 7555 feet and from approximately 7575 feet to Bottom Harold and mud were reported still in the Hole monday. The test will be allowed to set until approximately thursday after acid is pumped in. After almost a week of waiting. Magnolia Petroleum company was preparing to Drill plugs a tuesday at the no. 4 Burr in Serene of Section 31, inst along the West Edge of the North a Tussy Field. A the test is bottomed at 3152 feet a with pipe set to 3151 feet. Cable tools have been rigged up to Drill the plug. L spent on that big Park. It is nearing completion. The government May be Able to say that the millions were spent to provide employ Mient for the jobless during the depression that is was a a made work to evade the payment of an outright Dole. The state can offer no reasonable excuse for abandoning the project which has been Given to it. Oklahoma has Lew recreational spots. It has none that can compare with the possibilities offered by Lake Murray. It is something new and different a a project that the Flea believes can not Only be made to pay its own Way which is All that could really be expected but that in the years to come. It could be a decided financial asset to Oklahoma. To abandon such a worthy Enterprise at this unseemly Date would be almost criminal. The planning and resources Board ast a plea Imide stands its duties is sep Steed to be Agency for the development and conservation of the state a natural wealth. Here in the Lake Murray Park we have a real asset and Only a Little More Effort is needed to make it ready for operation. Control. He estimated the flames that a Ter by Callaway when he played roared out of the isolated a a boxy can j there with the Globe shakespearean Yon had swept Over 2000 acres of players on the Kaufman lyceum. Quot it heavily wooded slopes in the Absaraka has been a difficult Job a Callaway mountains. j wrote his parents or. And mrs. M. F. Caraway 314 g Street Northeast aft a Fia to lips in i a but we have had a great Many hard a w workers. In a happiest about closing be held for Waldrop with our budget a widely known actor Frederick aug. 24.�? pm up Callaway is one of the original neral services for l. E. Waldrop 72 members of the Globe compe by that year old member of the state Board i presented streamlined Shakespeare at of agriculture who died yesterday i the Chicago worlds fair and seen will be held Here at 3 p. M. Today. Diego and Dallas expositions As Well Joe c. Scott president of the Board. A a said the boards offices in the state Oklahoma where Cape Tol would be closed from noon a a a a Thomas Woods Stevens founder of the drama school at Carnegie tech former do Waldrop. Who was appointed to the sector of the Goodman theater in Board in 1935, died of a Throat a Chicago and author of the a history Livent. I of the subsequently he. Played Shakespeare in 4000 perform Moscow ousts member a aces before 2,000,000 people. Ci�?T4. To it a plays directed this summer by Cal of soviet Jere Saum 1 Laway were a was you like it a a Hay fever a Quot Millay Way a a double door a Moscow. Aug. 24.�? in a Nikolai i a theres always and a the Alexei Evich Filatoff a member of the drunkard a with which the season Joseph Callaway seeks new worlds. Joseph Callaway Young actor do Rector formerly of Ardmore who leaves for East coast to try his hand in the theatrical world known As Broadway. Must have a a special session Les Slature if to participate in Hov Tsing plan. Waish Noton. Aug. 24.�? a unless Oklahoma has a special legislative session it cannot become eligible be fore 1930 to participate in the $520,-000,000 Low Cost housing program in it acted by the 75th Congress. Howard a. Gray program i tor. Paid Oklahoma was one of 18 states which have no Laws authorising Tho creation of municipal or other housing authorities. He said these Laws were necessary in order to receive Loans and Grants under the program. Oklahoma a next regular legislative session is in 1939. A Celb Molona in a Day a Olds first Day headache so minutes presidium of the soviet Union Central closed last a week executive committee was ousted to f Battery in reunion liquid tablets Salve. Nose drops try rub my Tum a War try but liniment i. Day from the chairmanship of the Quot a Rtin ref Moscow provincial Erec Tulve com i a Mittee. Filatoff was administration of one of the largest regions in Russia con j Colum btes Ohio aug. 24.�? pm Taining one fifth of the unions in-1 survivors of Battery of Industry. I. S. A Hohloff succeed j fated u. S. Artillery outfit almost i wiped out by a tidal wave at Galveston Texas sept. 8, 1900, met for the first time since the disaster at the 39th Simual Spanish american War veterans Encampment Here. The men were at Camp Hawley Fayetteville ark., aug. 24.�? i awaiting Call to the Philippines when pm a Man described As c. B. A the tidal a wave swept in destroying blk 29, an escaped Oklahoma con the army Post and drowning 28 men. Viet was held in the City Jau Here Max Meyers of Columbus had the today for Oklahoma officers. Three other survivors paged at the City patrolman Theo Bemis and Encampment Here. Quot they were Charles state Ranger Bud Holland said the w. Johnston of Woodward okla. Car Bablick was driving was stolen Thomas kempt of Cleveland and m. At Tahlequah okla. A. Mants of Dayton Ohio. State fugitive is held in Arkansas bus Driver credited with saving lives Holdenville aug. 24.�?expert driving by Coy Robinson was credited today a with saving the lives of 45 Spalding consolidated school pupils when a Bridge Over Sandy Creek foil Miles Southwest of Here collapsed beneath the heavy steel bus in which they were Riding. Robinson said he Felt the Bridge floor giving and turned the bus at an Angle before it could crash through to the rain swollen Crew pc. The bus was suspended by heavy wooden beams on either Side of the Bridge. Iowan makes error and is his face red Bedford Iowa aug. 24.�? mph Truman Glenn did no to hang his clothes on a Hickory limb when he went in the water. Instead he peeled them off after hot Day in the Harvest Field flipped away his cig Aret and plunged in. The cig Aret fell in the pile of clot toes and reduced them to ashes before Glenn could scramble out. \ have wheels aligned Quot of of line wheels Strain bearings wheels steering gear Axle Frame and also cause undue tire Wear. Have us Check your cards wheels now. Shuman Dayton machine co. 120 v phone 2030 or a More of. In that same Section and a South offset to the Magnolia Well Cox amp Hamon was driving at 2025 feet tuesday at the no. 1 Tussy in Nenese. The project is far too big for any Community to sponsor. It must be handled and guided by the state As has always been the plan of its promoters. It was built with funds from the state As a whole and is a future playground for oklahoman from All parts of this Commonwealth. Everything has been claimed to transform that big Park into a recreational Center. Much of the work has already been done. If the state assumes its responsibility and guarantees the future operation of the big Park the Federal government will go ahead with its construction work. This is imperative not Only because it Means the completion of the Park As planned but because it is a medium of employment for a Large number of men who otherwise will be out of work. It is the states nor this District. If it is to develop As it should it must be As an Oklahoma project. However if this emergency can a met by Ardmore and Southern Oklahoma taking Over the responsibility of its future with the aim that some time something can be done to show the state its proper place in the pictures then lets be at work on the matter. Once the work is halted and a the i of restoring it to use will be a difficult one. Also West of proven production in project led Asab done to the area. A in the More settled part of the Field Skelly Oil company was Drill ing at 3080 feet at the no. 2 Hinkle in own wow of Section 32, ln3w, and was due to set pipe a within a few Days. I in that same Section Cox amp Hamon was reported preparing to Spud late Oklahoma City. Aug. 24.�? the average Cost of terracing 12.880 acres of school land n Soli conservation demonstration areas was $1.40 an acre Jess Larson commission Secretary. Announced. The land is kit rated in Lincoln Stephens Comanche. Cotton Jefferson Kay and Dewey counties. We have managed in the past to stave off., disaster when it loomed for the Lake and we should be at work now to prevent this new crisis from arising. _.,1 perhaps by the time this gets into tuesday at the no 3 Perry formerly i have been set earned As. No. 3 Berry in new sew a another the newest Loca Uon in the two the Flea Hopes that the planning county Field. Resources Board will not fail to Carter spuds test accept the respond ability of the fun in the Southeast Comer of the Field tire development of Lake Murray and and in Carter county the Carter Oil company was waiting on Cement tuesday after setting surface pipe at the will decide to go ahead with the program. After All Oklahoma needs All pos no. 2 Junior Perkins in Sinese of Sable concen Truon on the fullest detection 4. Is3w, a North offset to the a elopement of its recreational assets. After e. R. Bridges operator of a Rooming House Here claimed Rhodes owed him $101.47 for Board and room. Appointed to office Homer Lynn was appointed assistant to Clarence whim night watchman by cite manager m. E. Ewing Friday. Merchants contributed funds to pay Lynn a salary three months. The move for another officer was made following a recent burglary at Rollins drugstore Here. New officers elected drabers of the business and professional sunday school class of the first Baptist Church elected new officers sunday at a business meeting held at the Church. Those selected Are Virgil Ward president Rachel Vern god. Vice president Delois Ai sup Secretary treasurer Altha Nunley to responding Secretary and Joba Landrun chairman of the social com recently completed no. 4 Perkins of that company. East of the North a Tussy Field. Carter was drilling at 1495 feet tuesday after setting Whipstock to 141.0 feet at the no. 1 Potts in Hseng of Section 36, ln3w, a in posed 5000-foot Wildcat test about Midway Between the robbers pm and Tatums Fields. In the Fox deep pay area. Gulf Oil corporation was a ruling in Lime at 5106 feet Tnie Day at the no. 1 Johnson in a Swaw of Section 37, 2s3w, and was drilling at 43s8 feet in chert at the no. 1 will Smith in a Swaw of Section 26, 3s3w. Near do vols in Murray county Sinclair Prairie it Al had cemented Back to 3204 at the no. 1 Lancaster Trust in a sane of Section 10, ls2e. Operators drilled into lost Drill pipe at around 8713 feet after have so attempted to Drle by and were forced to plug Back. The most tallied of innovation in the new car models for 1888 flu be the automatic meat but. Southern Oklahoma in particular has every possibility of becoming a Mecca for vacation lists provided the resources Here Are properly developed conserved and publicized. We have waited far too Long to get at work on these things and now that we have this particular phase of the Job Well toward realization it would be disastrous to allow it to go into discard. Good printing when you want it the Way you want it. Spree lower printing co. Ardmore okla. And go a thousand Miles away amp of Home or right around the you la see people enjoying Chester Fields. Chesterfield a refreshing mildness and Richer flavor and Aroma give you All the Good things of smoling. A a Chesterfield your pm a spa a to More Coponi 1937. Uja exx mrs Tea soon cok a. Re re a

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