Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 40, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 18, 1939 Page: 2 of 8

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SAPIJLpa HERALD, SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA
WFnNESDAV. OCTOBER t8. 193*
SAPULPA HERALD
mi
Entered a* eremd-cto- mil miter Septemberr •. UM. •* «»
,..it1T-| at Sapulpa. Okahoma. under an act or March 8, 1817.
JS^&aSa________and PublUhcr
JOHN W. YOUho _ -------cashier and Bookkespsc
Land and Sea Training tor Ked Sailors
Britain’s Second Major Naval Loss
ma
fayf bfbcy nryiAP-----
DEUVYRED BY carrier anywhere in sapulpa.
MOUNDS. HEYWOOD. KIEFER, BOWDEN. HILTON.
olenpool AND KFLLWILLE.____
OD* ---- 40 CenU
Three Months 'must be paid In advance)--8
SU Months (must be paid In advance)--
One Tear (must be paid In advance) --—________ 84J»
ALL MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Three Months-------—
BU Months--------—---W2in
One Year
8100
■mm,.
£
A_ NOT BY MIGHT NOP POWER. BUT SPIRIT: Then
^LinrrV
nor by power but bv my Sp.rit. saitb the Lord of hosts—Zecha-
riah 4:6.
FALL CLEANUP
enthusiasm by bursting forth in her most festive attire, hut the
need for cleaning up in th- spring is no more imperative, perhaps
not »o much, as in the fall .... .•
And Sapulpa could use s touch of the clean-up enthusiasm
right now that is eo freely applied around the month of May.
_ ■ 1 II ___1 _ m.. _ m nun
pt * <
a A
H i. „p«M th.t If U>. Ftnnl,h-So,iet tri.i. r..ch,. th« point of .or, ntth th>JffsJrtM
•hnr, nfth, Rod fl«t. so Communist But.io U lo»i.hint otttntion on her >_ nnn. Top.1«oiW, no ■. t
battleshiD Parishaya-Kommuna spread anti-gas chemicals on the ships deck after a gas attack ar .
Bottom, Russian gobs stride along with a modified version of the goose stop as they parade their ethciency.
. according to general staff orders
inn sh r^V's^'niia
in a bedraggled condition Tb-se need » little pepping up, » . ^ gtiln to use tanks,
little autumn doctoring to crary them on into the winter. j> Reports were published lint tiv
Under the propel guiilarce. under the auspices of a little elhow German* lo.t from 8.000 to . 300 men
j : . . „,u 1 _ tidv if not auitc so , tu dead and wounded Monday out of
.w “ ■«?*** oi .hr.«... Oooj .j- pi«r»« ;j££»&£«■£, cs,
brings posies too—but this season does not have all the elements were exaBpratpd He said that an ex-
in its favor aa spring, and for that reason the challenge of tidiness ^ check had not yet been possible
is a litt le greater However he raid it was indicated
prr,y 0™. ...h.v *om «... -vs;,r.±p,r“ iss SL2TS }r.;.rr,. *s:
of a fall clean up program mending a little raking of leaves trim- #l(jnU)ctm Frcncil *>sses.
ming of shaggy shrubs, d:sf>o*»| of dried summer flower stalks, the ._ - —
mending of sagging fence*, the application of a lie le paini where
it ia seeded and a host of other things.
After all the fall of the >-ear does not mean a total collapse
of pride in yards nor that the clean up spirit should revert to its
original doldrums.
FIFTY TRAFFIC VICTIMS
September was the won; month in the vest in the total high-
way accidents, with a death list of *>0. and a blot on the safety
program that worries officials charged with making travel safe*
in this state.
Creek county made a better record than usual, having only
one fatality, but bringing up the county's total for the nine
months of the year to 14 as comoared to nine deaths in the same
period of 193ft.
The deadly hour on Oklahoma highways is between 7 and 8
p. tn., according to Walter B. lohnson, of the department of
public safety. This is clue to fe’lure of drivers to adjust them
selves to night driving, be says, and that .0 per cent ol the acci ann uwo aauiuuiui *urfflc mi.
denis during the month of September came from excessive speed j Smith and Mrs Nathan Shrfiel
on the roads.
Slow down to a safe speed* Wh.v's your hurry7
Better be safe than sorry!—Bristow Record.
PIlll.LIE.x TO HEAR O. U PROTEST
un old f»*hloned taffy p :U lest nigh I John Shepard, pleaded guilty and was
In the heme of Mr and Mrs T I fined *15. given 15 days In the county
jai! and assessed costs of the esse.
Tims'- present w»re Thelina Nirhol-
t<py Dojre Banks, Helen Williams,
R*T'wfri Jean Johnson. Billy Burke |
Barhetta Perry. Helen and Mayo Cur
th Chester Hayes Peggy Jean Emer
•.on and1 the hostess.
♦ ♦ ♦
St. Paul Chcir Parte
After Rehearsal.
n„,. _unk bv r.«,oat action, was the first of five battleships of
class built horn 1914 to 1916. The 29.150 ton ship
the R°yal . . Qir mtn she wss commanded by Capt.
wTsenS a^ fl?w tWa^f V.cJAdmiral L. D. I. MacKinnon. Vice
W' B Adm?ral in ~mruand of the Second BatUe Squadron.
fijW SOCIETY
.liberty P. T. A
Trienrr™ •
The IJberty school Parent Teacher
assoelstion will meet tomorrow after-
neon at 3 15 in the school building.
All Oold Star Mothers are invited
to nttond
Delegates reports of the state con-
vention will be civen and a social
hour will follow the business session
♦ ♦ ♦
Uf«nl Bridge
Of Fntre Nou« Club.
Mrs j. E. Greenwood was hostess
yesterday at the one thirty dosser,
bridge giver, in Ruths Party Sho)
to members cf the Entre Nous club
and two additional guests. Mrs E B
In the games Mrs J K Simpson
dub member, and Mrs. Smith, a guesi.
won the prizes for scoring.
The club will meet again in two
weeks the hostess to be announced j0.vs;
NORMAN. Gkla. C.t. 18 'LP>—
The mens council, student governing
group at the University of Oklahoma,
said today that Oov Leen -PhilUpa
lias agreed «o hear its pretest against
tot the htrtng or non>*nMn( labor at
The choir of the St Paul Methcdist university football games,
church after tho usual rehearsal held Phillips will confer with the council
last evening in the church met in “before the end of the week.' an m-
the home of Mrs W H Bonham for nouncement said
a social meeting and refreshments Student leaders c'taiged that the
H' stosses were Mis. Bonham Mrs. university athletic council has award-
L L Finch Mrs Robert Doudlcan. ed candy and sol; drink con-e^stons
Miss Jessie Me." Whiteside and Mirs to an Oklahoma City firm, which im-
Mary Pakei ports its own labrr
A business meeting was held to elect The governing body heated iy
the following new officers: President John Whelan of piedmont, Okla. also
Mr1' Kenneth Harrison; vice presi- w’a? slated to dircuss with Phillips a
dent, Mrs Robert Doudicnn; secre- proixised 50 cent blanket assessment
tarv-trea' irer. Miss Baker: horarian on men student* to r»>’ fw council
Mrs Dana Lawson: director. Mrs activities
IImtv R CEwston Whelan said the governor would not
s si-jks r 5=
Routsorn. Mrs Dana Lawson. Mrs 'as* _____
1 slie p tier Mrs Ben Sturdivant m in n\ iititiK >PEECH
Mh Whit. side. Miss Jane MacMillan. ,TAL' 111 ON
^ ROME Oct. 6 (IP)—Premier Benito
MarshaU Robert I . Jones M..x Mu«olini received a complete out-
ssrusrw B Bra“” -
_______ indicated today
The Italian attitude remained that
IN J. P COER r Italy is willing, and would be happy.
Arraignments recently In two local tc do anvth'ng to stop the war but
Justice of peace courts were as ft>l- j that It Is going to maintain its non-
GARMENT UNION TO TRAIN
MEMBERS FOR MANAGERS
ST LOUIS (LP>—The Internationa.
Ladies Garment Waters union will
train about 100 of its members tn
plant management at the union s ex-
pense in an effort to reduce waste
in shops and increase eamings of
workers.
Meyer Perlstein. regional director
of the union, said those selected for
training will be divided into two
classes and instructed by industrial
engineers hired by the union at the
organization s headquarters here.
After six months of training. Perl-
stein said, the students with the best
records will be vmt to other manu-
facturing plants to study their meth-
ods Perlstein said the union hrpes
in this way to offset assertions bv
garment manufacturers that they
cannot raise wages because of small
Utter
Social Order Of
The Beam emit.
The Social Order of the Beaurean:
project jnjet in the Masonic temple yesterday
Bet ore Justice of the peace E. H j act on any doubtful schemes
Snider—Homer Moore was lined to ... , . . ..__
,u.(i cnat iixm pleading fulltj -.
seult and battery In an alUlged fight
with A B. Baker Saturday night
GOOD NEWS
Word that work would be resumed on the court house lawn
project came a* good news.
The condition of the grounds around thia building has been _ iii; ___________________ wiui n _____________ __
anything but sightly for the past several months. The project jniet in the Masonic temple yesterday t Stevens wax fined *10 and
that started the improvement on *he court house lawn was praised, (for a one o'clock covered dish Um- prpts upon pleading guilty to a charge
but the factor, that slowed up th- work have come in for criticism. <hf0n f0,Uw?d an ,af'ern™n ' of being drunk on the Sapulpa streets
Be this as i, may—.he court h"„se lawn needs considerable ***** to , l ’ M' ° " - Sa.urdav
work before it is put in first class xllf,pP anJ efforts along this line
are welcomed with a great big "W."
NAZI RAILWAYS,
ROADS BACK OF
LINES CROWDED
bellipirent status and is not going to
‘38 PLYMOUTH 4-door trunk xr
dan Has new paint, good tires
low milenge.
*36 FORD Tadnr trunk sedan, j.
equipped with radio.
’35 DODGE 2-donr sedan with
built in trunk, radio and beat-
er. Motor reconditioned am'
guaranteed.
’34 CHEVROLET roufpe. Good
lookine and a real buy.
Craun Motor Co.
DODGE and PLYMOUTH
New Loeatinn — Main and Lee
profits, by sending some of its trained
members to demonstrate how to im-
prove efficiency.
LEGION MEETING
TOMORROW NIGHT
A county-wide 4mcrrvin Legion
meeting will be hed tomorrow nigh'
at 7:30 o clock at Dnimright for a
dinner session for the American
Legion state tourage being conducted
by state commander rv>c Fivers, of
Okmulgee, whe will outline the pro-
gram for the year.
With the state cr.mrr.ande>- at tlie,
county meeting ard lrr the lourth
district vt«it of pels will he Hec Bus-i
sev. cl Shawnee, dhtrirt commander ;
County commander* Ttitftir of Oil-,
ton and Legicnnaires frem post* o^
the co-mty will tr rt^nt at Piura-f
risht;_ __1
WAKE VP YOUR
LIVER BILE- J
Without CaloBfl — koi T*n*n Jwp 0*t if W ^
tke M«rmnf Rtfio’ •• Ct
It just dfC»i« lo the bowels. G»* ^ y
■t.tmicli You Ret con«tlp»t«l Your
whole ,yst«u> is poisoned snd you fee. »o«r.
sunk and the world look, punk.
a »«• “SSTS2otlScSy.
Utt> u^rr Pills to *et these twoptjo^ot
hflp flowinc fr«ely »nd make you 1°**
I
else. At sU drug itoree. !#♦ end ZSC
clogging tht roads anu railroads be-
hind the enemy's front.”
Other sources supplemented this
brief announcement by dtsclosing that
* fti’in the Frenrli front lines the noise
_ I of motor vehicles'cou'd be heard and
j the flash lights seen along the en-
TEN'hion GROWING FOR(4^ Ur*, front for miles laterally and In
PREPARE FOR WH AT MAY ; dr,>tn
BE GREAT BATri.E Baa weather wat, general along th
I fretit The Gennan* sought by small
PARTS Oct 1C JfLP>—*Ofrman rail- Infantry deUichimnt attack, to rec-
quilting in the home of Mrs C
Dean
Luncheon r overs were laid lor Mrs.
Car' Noble Mrs. E T Humphrey- Mr
r W Dean. Mrs W J Iliff. Mrs Lee
Snider. Mrs Harry Perkopile. Mrs
Charles Evans. Mrs Ouv Morn:. Mrs
Rodnev- Houtsong
Tomorrow: night the Order of thr
Besuceant -will hold Its regular meet-
ing at seven thirty in the t empli.
The Sir Kivghts will meet at thr
itune hour
♦ ♦ ♦
Garfield P T A.
Meeting
The Garfield Parent Tearjifi r.no-
ciat'on will meet tc morrow at seven
thirty in the school auditorium
public is invited tc attend
♦ ♦ ♦
The
road: and highways for 30 miles be- | tifv rough places in then line, after
bind the western front are lammed two big «Hacks Monday Dlls activity
%lfh men guns and munition, tn an- "i,s noted particularly south of Soar-
parent preparations f a erand scale bracken Tlierc the Germans made a j '»*'
assatrli on the Magtnot line, i* was determined attempt to wipe out n ; _ ' * T v n! ,hr
Ye ported tryjav *"*»»' *"■*» Thp ^ »£ Sh mtert lined with
Ih the fighting lines there was the outputs met the Of.man, with hand
tension that usually come .list be- grenades and drove them back her. ““ —
1 xrZnfZ . ; . neutr a Liz f. i?L icKLY
Saturday.
Before lustiee of the peace H R
Croston- Brcoksie Freeman, charged
with assault with a dangerous and
deadlv weapon in an alleged knife
attack on Waiter Freeman. Sunday,
pleaded not guilty and tria' was set
for Ortober 24 at 1 o’clock p. m and
appearance bond set in the sum of
*1000 Sina Haughston, charged with
disturbing the peace Saturday in an
alleged fr.'ht In the presence of Mrs
FRESH FISH
Nevin’s Feed Store
Phone 823
C 'A1TERHOK
• • T H « AIM1 • ••
EXCESS STOMACH ACID
Acid stomach cau.se> heart jum gas |
and indigestion You can neutralise
using a'l'tbe dark hours to feel their I the edge of a woods
wav throqirti uo man's land sounding Tli» Germans have nos* -reeled
mu rich wther's orMltlunx and seek- ha.hed wire m their new losltlons. ------------------- ---
Ire by a sudden dash or an outpost and reversed the trenches which the this I quickly by taking a p»n-
to take « nrisrmer re two for ernes- Ftenrh formerly occuped. I -u* »>f Bian.a-Rex in a gl.i's ol watt
Honing by intelligence officer*. It wax understood that ’lie Oer aPer every meal 1 to del .now •*>-
The French hkrh command tn Its mans might find »t Impossible to do- ing Buy «ibottle of . J
war eommumcitie No 89 this mom-. fend these position* very 'trcngly *Pda\ at the Rexa , l.ux fa. r
ing mid merely:
"Contact elements were active on i
both sides throughout the niht.l
There were manv ambushes and there ^
was much close fighting
•"mere is intense ’ concentration. 1
The French before retiring Monday. L Humes Drug Stores
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today
and Thursday
Bing Crosby
Fred MacMurray
in
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—ALSO—
“Grand Jury
Secrets’
with
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and flail Fatrhk
Selected Short.
iff
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mam'
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