Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 40, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 18, 1939 Page: 4 of 8
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SAPULPA HERALD. SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA
WrnNESDAV. OCTOBER It. 193*
__—Miter and PublUher
MRS. FAYF mot DUNLAP ***** and Bookkeeper
Land and Sea Training tor Ked Sailors
DELIVERED SY CARRIER ANYWHERE IN SAPULPA.
MOUNDS. HEYWOOD. KIEFER, BOWDEN. HILTON.
OLENPOOL and KFLLYVILLE.__
One W*rfc ----
Three Months (must be P*ld in advance)
au Months (must be paid In advance) —
One Tear (must be paid In advance) -
ALL MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN
Throw Months __------
Britain’s Second Major Naval Loss
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A_ NOT BY MIGHT NOP POWF.R. BUT SPIRIT: Then
nor by power, hut hv my Spirit, sa.lh the Lord of hosts—Zecha
In the spring of the year th-re is a natural tendency toward
iZp:t s. ^
enthusiasm by hurst my forth in her most festive att.rc. hut the
need for cleaning up «n th" spring is no more imperative. perhaps
not so much, as in the fall ... . . „
And Sapulpa could use a touch of the clean-up enthusiasm
right now that is so freely applied around the month of May.
• - a 1 ll __J _ _.. s a. in ivan
It is evnected that It the Finnish-Soviet crisis reaches the point of war, much of the fighting will fall ^
•hare of the Red fleet, so Communist Russia is lavishing attention on her sea arm Top. sailors on the Soviet
k. Alt 1- : D.^aLaM L’nmaMi.a*/« onVUS d Bntl.PflS f hi'llllCfllf OH lllf Sill
share of the Red fleet, so Communist Russia is lavisning T .VZL I ™ alt,ck dnU
battleship Parukaya-Kommuna spread anti-gas chemicals on the ships deck after a gas sttacaarU.
Bottom Russian gobs stride along with a modified version of the goose step as thej parade tliur ethaency.
in a bedraggled condition Th^se need a little pepping up. » | ^ gpp. to use tanks,
little aulumn doctoring to ciary them on into the winter. t* Report, were published lint til"
Under the propn guitlarcc. under the auspices of a little elbow Herman* KLt Irom 6.000 U, . 3M men
i . . _____ J. i*. tirlv if not auite *o . to dead and wounded Monday out of
*nc* interest, autu n - ‘ „ . . nUifring » 101,11 °* engaged An tuthor
alluring as those in the spring of the year. Good aulumn plan n*^ltallvc uiat jMy. ,eport.
IjrinRf ponies too—but tbi» season doe* not nave *ll the element^ were exagpratod He said that an ex-
in its favor as spring and for that reason the challenge of tidiness act check had not yet been possible
is a little greater , However hr raid it w*. indicated
Property owners and other, should etar, with.thes.mple^poinu M Ct'rastW c Ui'-
of a fall clean up program inc’uding a little raking of leave*, trim- slgnUlca|U Frcncil g,f^5
ming of shaggy shrubs d'sporal of dried summer flower stalk*, the —
mending of sagging fence*, the application of a little paint where
it ia needed and a host of other thing*
After all the fall of the "ear does not mean a total collapse
of pride in yard* nor that the clean-up spirit should revert to its
un old fashioned taffy pull last night | John Shepard, pleaded guilty and was
in the home of Mr 'and Mrs T I fired *15. given 15 days In the county
pprrv tail and assessed costs of the case
Those present w«re Thelma Nichol- |------_
m poj- t Banks Helen Williams. PIIII.MP> TO HEAR O. I PROTIM
■ all lohnson Billv Burke -
FIFTY TRAFFIC VICTIMS
September waa the worst month in the vent in the total high-
way accident*, with a death list of SO. and a blot on the safety
program that worries officials charged with making travel safer
in this state.
Creok 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 a* comnared to nine deaths in the same
period of 1938.
The deadly hour on Oklahoma highways i* between 7 and 8
p. m., according to Walter P. lohnson. of the department of
public safety. This i* due to fe’lure of drivers to adjust them-
selves to night driving. he saya, and that 70 per cent of the acci-
dents during the month of September came from excessive speed
on the roads.
Slow down to a safe speed* Wb.v's your hurry7
Better be safe than sorrv!—Bristow Record.
Xtbei tv P. T. A
The Liberty school Parent Teacher
association will meet tomorrow after-
noon at 3:15 In the school building.
All Gold Ptar Mothers are invited
Delegates reports of the state con-
vention will be given and a mortal
hour will follow the business session
♦ ♦ ♦
Of Eiitrr \ou, club.
Mrs J. E Croon wood was hostess
yesterday at the one thirty dosser:
bridge giver, in Ruth's Party Shop
to members cf the Entre Nous club
and two additional guests. Mrs E B.
Smith and Mrs Nathan Shcffel
In the games Mrs J K Simpson j
club member, and Mrs Smith, a guest,
won the prices for scoring.
The club will meet again in two
weeks the hostess to be announced
♦ ♦ ♦
BarbetU Pirry. Helen and Mayo Cur- NORMAN. Okla, C.t 18 'IP>—
tis Chester Hayes. Peggy Jean Emer- The men's council, student goveining
«en and the hostess group at the University of Oklahoma.
♦ ♦ ♦ .said today that Oov. Lecn "Phillips
St. Paul Chcir Party lias agreed jo hear its pretest against
After Rehearsal the hiring of non-student lpbor at
The choir of the St Paul Methcdist univetsity football games,
church after tho usual rehearsal held Phillips wilt confer with the cotincil
last evenin'; in the church met in ‘before the end of the week,’ an Ti-
the heme of Mrs W H Bonham for nouncement said
a social meeting i<nd refreshments Student leaden- cbaiged that the
H' stosses were Mrs. Bonham. Mrs. university athletic council has a ward-
U L Finch. Mrs Robert Doudtcan. ed candy and sot. drink eon“e-slo:is
Miss Jessie Mr.e Whiteside and Mfio to an Oklahoma City firm, which im-
Mary Bake: ports its own labor.
A business meeting was held to elect The governing body, headed oy
the following new officers: President John Whelan of piedmont, Okla. also
V Kenneth Harrison; vice preei- was slated to dircuss with Phillips a
dent. Mrs. Robert Doudioan; secre- pro|x»ed 50 cent blanket Assessment
tary-tteasuw. Miss Baker: horarian on men student* to pay let ccttnc.1
Mrs Dana Lawson: director. Mrs activities
Il-sm R Croston Whelan said the governor would not
Routscng. Mrs Dana Lawson. Mrs 'ast w°ek_____
1 she p tier Mi- But Sturdivar.i nruT n\ miLFR 'PERCH
Mis Whiteside, Mi\, Jane MacMillan. ITAI.3 ()l HI <)> Hl - K
Mis.- M»r\ Baker Mrs Roy Jimeson. <ipi_Premlei Benitc
Mrs Douctlcan. Mr and Mrs W it 001 f
Marshall Robert I e Jones M..x Mussolini received a complete out-
Fa,,'n'n" Dr P K Lewis Mr Bonham Iw Adolf Hitler* relchstag speech
„ rv,vso. Mr Crostm and In advance and on the basis of it
two additional wests W H Bonham decided to hake^nc mitiat^.in^«ee^-
tte Ro.Su &>" “iJ boat ton“inl w* Si"' Th, !D,15J toiwbi
W. C. BtnA(jmlrIj ln command of the Second Battle Squadron.
GARMENT UNION TO TRAIN
MEMKERS FOR MAN VGI RS
ST LOUIS (LP>—Tlie International
Ladies Garment Workers union will
train about 10U of its members in
plant management at the union s ex-
pense ln an effort reduce waste
in shops and increase earnings of
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
record* will be stint to other manu-
facturing plants to study their meth-
ods Perlstein said the union h pes
in this way to offset assertions by
garment manufacturers that they
cannot raise wager, because of small
profits, by sendm; some of its trained
members to demonstrate how to im-
A countv-wide Amerran Lc-’ion
meeting will be hed tomorrow mgh’
at 7:30 o clock at Drumright for a
dinner session for the American
Legion state tourage Ix.ng f nducted
by state commander Doc Pivers. of
Okmulgee, whe will outline the pro-
gram for the year.
With the state ccmrrandc at the,
countv meeting and Ur the lourth
district visit ol pfrts will be Hec Bus-1
sev, el Shawnee, diitrict commander..
County eenwlAnder Tkvlbr of oil-
ton and Legicnnaires frem posts ol
ihe co*inty will be resent at Prui$-j
GOOD NEWS 4
Word that work would Vie resumed on the court house lawn
project came a* good new*.
The condition of the grounds around this building has been j " T^r^SoctaTordfr ol the Beaucean: ^tth A B
anything but sightly for the past several months. The project jniet in the Masonic temple yesterday Ever,.;t Ft*'
that started the improvement on ’he court hou*e lawn was praised. (lor a one o'clock covered dish Urn- prtus upon p
• . I t a . I t .1 at . # ... * fAlImvAd hv on Q f lAHVYIH flf I i \__: — — J—.
l.nd Dana Lawson
Social Order Of
The Beam rant.
IN J. P. COURT
Anatgnraents recently in two local
Justice of peace courts were as fol-
Before justice of the peace E. H
Snider—Homer Moore was lined *5
1 and cost upon pleading guilty to as-
sault and battery in an alleged fight
Baker. Saturday night.
Stevens was fined $10 and
inn peace on Hitler's terms, it was
The Italian attitude remained thc.t
Italy is willing, and would be happy,
tc do anything to sto,i the war but
that it is going to maintain its non-
belligerent status and is not going to
act on any doubtful schemes.
‘J* Pl.V.MOUTH 4-door trunk sr
dan Has new paint, good lires
‘36 FORI) Tudor trunk sed.in. i
equipped with radio.
'35 DODGE 2-door sedan with
built in trunk, radio and heat-
er. Mot<*r reconditioned am1
'3* CHEVROLET eoupe Good
looking and a real buy.
Craun Motor Co.
DODGE and PLYMOUTH
New Location — Main and Lee
WAKE VP VOW
Without akax! - And I«T J*»» OX of Wk
the Mwmng kmm' I* Co
Th. ll«r .hould poor oot two
liquid bO* into your bow* »
•unk and the world looks P“"*- , ,t
else. At all drug stor» KX »"d ZM
ai.yumiK uui i-ji me sr -oil iiiuiniis. i nr project jniet in tno Miisonie rempie yrsmuni | Everett Stevens Was ruieo wu aim
that started the improvement on *he court house lawn was praiaed. (for a one o'clock covered dish lull- I prets upon pleading guilty to a charge
but the factors That slowed up th- work have come m for criticism. ^,,;n0“cn W ' ^ 'trW>tS
Ltr him* cii* 11 may-uic i "un runjur irtwn ncras COn^intTBPIC
work before it is put in first class shape and efforts along this line
are welcomed with a great big "W.”
ROADS BACK OF Other sources supplemented this
t nwiirc r'DOH/nrn bn,‘1 «n,|0'ir<'eni«it by dtscjosmg that
L.llNlliO LKUWULU from the French front lines the noisr
! of motor vehicles ■ eou'd be heard and
, i the flash lights seen along the en
TENSION GROWING \« FORCE' t|„. fror.t f0r miles laterally and In
PREPARE FOR Mil AT MAY dc^th
BE GRr \T BATI I.E Baa weather wa* general along th
front The Germans sought by small
PARTS Oct 18. JfLP)—■Ofrman rail-
road; and highways for 30 miles br-
quilting in the home of Mr*
Luncheon cover* were laid for Mrs.
Car' Noble Mrs. E T Humphrey Mr
C W Dean. Mrs W J Iliff. Mrs Lee
Snider. Mrs Harry Perkopile. Mrs
Charles Evans, Mrs Ouv Morn; Mrs
Rodney Rout song
Tomorrow night the Order of the
Beaweeant will hold its regular meet-
ing at seven thirty ln the t crnpU.
The Sir Kwghts will meet at thr
♦ ♦ ♦
GsrfieM P T. A.
The Garfield Parent Tearfier asso-
ciation will meet temomsw at seven
thirty In the school auditorium The
public 1* invited tc attend
♦ ♦ ♦
infantry detachment attack, to rec
„„ „ „ tifv rough places in their line, after
htnd the western front are jammed two big attacks Monday Tills activity
hrtth men guns and munition, ln ap- w-u» noted particularly south of Soar-
parent preporations f-r a grand bmeken Tliere the t.ennans made a ,
asssvitt on the Magtnot line, i* was determined attempt to wipe out a , T ,, oI tlK
tvported today mfl French ^jRUThe Ehencn m ^
Hi tht* fiffhtmc linos thorr was tho oUtpoeta mot tho Gormans with hand ^
tension rhat ux.ialh t»mo »u>t ho oronados and dro\o bark rhorc ^
forr a ^ront ' - • :• " v" ’ "n t!v
wav through no mans land sounding Til- German* have now "reeled JcMsUWMCh cause-.
out each •ther's uoaltlon* and eek- ba.hed wire in their new t osltton; and indigestion You can neitranse
K SS! on an outpost, and reversed the trenches which tt», this acid1 quicMy » oking a pexm-
to take n nnwmer or two for oues French mrmcrlv oecupod ful of Blsn.a-Rex in a vi.i>s 01 wan
tlonmr by Intelligence officer*. 1 It was understood that hf Oar- after eW m^ It te <«J-
Th* Prei.rh high command in its min.' might find It impossible to de- tng Buy » bo'^ ° nr ' st m -O
srar communique No W> this mom-, fend these position* very strongly today at rTr Rexal. I riis St ->
tng “«ld merely:
The French before retiring Monday. L Humes Drug Stores.
"Contact element, were active on _
both "Ides throughout the m, hO"'
Tliere were many ambushes and there
was much close righting.
"TTies-e is Intense ‘ concentration
Yaw Byes’ See
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The O O. & E. Is NexYdJtor to 'U*
Before mstiee of the peace H R
Croston— Brooksie Freeman, charged
with assault with a dangerous and
deadlv wearpon in an alleged knife
attack on Walter Freeman Sunday,
pleaded not guilty and trial was set
for October 24 at 1 o’clock p. m and
apiieararvce bond set ln ihe sum of
*1 000 Sina Haughston, charged with
disturbing the peace Saturday in an
alleged fight in the presence of Mrs
Nevin’s Feed Store
'l||J mi mm • ••
and Gail P»tri<k
was twi Ofwai
ixxj 100m while
all her .kill «nd
i T&f FRIEDA
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