The Osage County News (Pawhuska, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, November 1, 1946 Page: 1 of 8
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"Volume 35. Number 51.
PAWHLSKA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1,1916
A Legal Publication for All Legal Notices
Take Time To Vote, General Election, Tuesday, November 5
The Osage County News
----- PEOG^SIVE IN SPIRIT AND PUBLISHED IX THE INTEREST OF PAWHUSKA AND OSAGE COUNTY
Honoring all former service men
experience tnames ol members of Company
Baptists To Hold
GS& Church Revival
Arrangements are underwav
The Baptist General Convention
revival to be conducted at the
any other meth-
' M.Bl'QUERQUE. N M.
to the Stales and engage him
next Town Hall number will bo
ST. LOUIS. MO
In respect to the elder Diehl thej
6 30 a.
Ba pt ist
for the GOP,
( orbin Services
Kothe Is Speaker
At Rotary Event
At the meeting of city commission-
ers Monday night much discussion was
bad on the giving of Pawhuska's Fair
Grounds and buildings, along with the
race track, to Osage county, i
for future Osage county fairs, with th*
6:3J a. ni.
1:30 p. n>.
3 3o p. m.
9:30 p. m.
s Hub and Ro
noon, .1 nines C
Pngi Milk com
the press of work he no
able to continue to serve as
GI Job Trainees
sum w a
'i Flynn Meeting
retary. Ali music will be
dittit on ot Ira C. Prosser,
PAWHUSKA GIRL NAMED
TO SCHOOL CHOIR
WHY NOT GIVE FAIR
GROUNDS TO NEW
In last Friday
Miami, the PHS
25o victory over
Among that number
According to an announcement, to*
25 a. tn.
50 p. in.
Patti Lennon, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jeff F. Lennon and freshman
student at the University of Oklaho-
ma, Norman, has been chosen a mem-
ber of the 61-voice cappella choir.
Chester Francis, director, announced.
The choir, made up of 26 men and
25 women singers, is scheduled for a
tour of appearances during the sea-
son. The group will be presented In
a joint Christmas concert, with the
Men's and Women’s choral clubs.
Chester Francis, who joined the uni-
versity faculty, this fall, also is direc-
tor of the men's glee club. He holds
a B. S. degree from Phillips univer-
sity. Enid, and his master’s degree
from Northwestern university, Evans-
ton, III. Prior to joining the faculty
at Oklahoma university, he was direc-
tor of vocal music at Classen high-
school, Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Troeseh is an outstanding.
snci-essf' I evangelist of the
shioned type. We feel, said
| PHILADELPHIA, PA.
IIP e I It
service, Sunday, the First
church will dedicate its honor
men and women in service.
The honor roll contains the
of 203 men and women, who
in our country's armed forces
To Big Parade
From PAWHUSKA to:
play, 'Oklahoma' has given our
slate much favorable publicity and we
[are going to try to show our apprecia-
farming in th1.-
by Mrs. May K Whiting, secre-
'tan of Pawhuska Town Hall, the next.
iTown Hall lecture number. Dr. Rl< hard
Struna. has been postponed until some
lime after the first of the year.
Dr Struna, noted radio commenta-
tor. who was scheduled to speak here.
Monday night. November II. has been
detained in Czechoslovakia. and. rath
er than accept a substitute, the Town
Hall Committee decided to await his
1:20 p. ni.
3 3b p. m.
9:"o p. m.
Honormg all former service men (Oklahoma City. Monday. November 25"
and women n the evening worship! has been extended hv the Oklahoma
Trcesch of Oklahoma City.
Meetings are set for 7:30 o'el
evening, with the special ser-
scheduled to run from Wednes-
Nov ember 6 to Sunday. Novem-
ger of the Gas Service company in
bined s« ssions.
will be Dr. I. L. i
City, elected last
annual sermon. ;
< estimated that 7,000 messen-'
:m visitors will attend the com.
New examinations for Budget Exam-
iner and Organization and Methods
Examlp' r were announced today by
the U. S. Civil Service Commis ion to
fill Federal positions in Washington.
I>. C. Snldries range from $3 3.7 to
$5,905 a year.
Applicants must have had from 4 to
6 years of responsible administrative
experience which has provided a know
ledge of management principles and
practices. Part of this
must have been in budget or organi-
zation and methods work. Appropriate
education may be substituted for as
much as 3 years of experience.
No written test is required: appli-
cants will he rated on their training
and experience as described in their
applications. The maximum age limit,
62 years, will be waived for veterans.
Invitation for Pawhuska to enter'
units in the big Oklahoma parade in '
said Governor Kerr who.
iMi.tuv, puincipaieii in Dy < lnl<l . ,,
Iren and adults, started the festivitiesLdev"n trekke<1 h'8 HUS1“9
’. A. la-wis, pastor of the church,
have been fortunate indeed
Delegations from all over Osage'jnp
county were in Pawhuska. Monday, tp ja
for the luncheon and reception held n f|,js
at the Duncan hotel for Olney Flynn
Republic an candidate for governor ol
Oklahoma, and Mrs. Flynn, who were!
here fiom Tulsa.
The Republican nominee for the lop!
[elective office in this state did not'
make any big political speech but
"just visiting around" meeting
many friends and acquaintances,
| Republicans and
h - had, he may obtain
Veteran- Service Office.
Th', report should be
|of the evening and the line of march
was packed with eager spectators, who
cheered the bands and paraders.
In the Sweater Girl event, top place
went to Annabelle Rush. Pawhuska
highschool entrant. Runners up
[Elaine Garrett, Nelagonty, and
, e Shelton. Wynona.
120th Medical Battalion, the
group to be called into service,
also those who entered the ser'ic ....
mediately before hostilities ceased. units C'' '
Special tribute will be paid to those! barred from
who will not return,
stars appearing after
During the service
will be align, and two
Despite rain and cloudy weather,j
the third annual Halloween. Im . event I
was enjoyed by a huge crowd of inei-
ryinakers. out fol an evening of fun'
and general good time.
The parade, participated in by child |
tin- "Bi coloiinl
Graveside rites in the city cemetery
were conducted at 2:30 o'clock. Tues-
day afternoon, for Frank W. Corbin.
80, who died, Sunday night, at the
county hospital, after an extended ill-
ness. The Rev. R. A. Work, pastor
of the Assembly of God church, of-
Corbin was born May 22, 1866. in
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary
Jane Corbin. Arkansas City. Kan.:
two daughters. Mrs. Mary Ridener,
Blackburn, and Mrs. Bell Jack. Skelly
town, Tex.: and four stepchildren, Mrs.
Frank Clark. Arkansas City, the Rev.
II. H. Givens and Dewey Givens, both
of Live Oak. Calif., and L. E. Givens.
Southwest City, Mo.
and Mrs. Charle.
the big bass drum
ck. Unable to re
because of the heavy hnr
ng the drum, she rolled th*
'. picked up the stick, and
■r Hu- big Instrument, pro
beat out a lively aeeompa:
Holding one of their enjoyable La-
dies Night events, Tuesday evening,
in the club room of the Dun-an hotel.
Rotarians had Charles Kothe. Tulsa
junior chamber of commerce president
and labor relations attorney of the
city of Tulsa, as guest speaker. His
subject was "Attaining Happiness.”
Having an interest in other people!
and less in one's self is a fine formula
for happy, healthy living, according,
to Kothe. who cleverly injected wit
ami humor in his talk. In conclud-
ing Ids speech he quoted the Golden
Rule, saying that abiding by this rule
wilt bring more real happiness to peo-
Ke,‘I winning rounds of
"u'|daughter of Mr.
baptists To Plan
for this year—and the properties are
' way—doesn't the' 1916.
city tender these properties to th*- i. tli:
cently organized industrial corpora • a< h
tion. so this body will have this much 11 >>>'••- pay checks,
more as a talking point to bling ,n-
dust ties to our city.'
Before we do nt ything v ,th this in
vestment of some $240,060. let' think
this matter over. This property might
bring to our city -..tn* really worth
Rememb^, when „ want your mH Ze sbXrwZT^
— . ..„J | Awards in the costume events
ito Janice Grof and Jimmy Black.
»r production is 12
products fiom th*-
9:05 a. m.
12 hrs. 50 hrs.
8:30 p. m.
11:50 p. m.
11:50 p. m. 9 hr
night's battle with
team carried off a
eatiire of the evening, that cieat-
■atly as much Interest and com-,
ns the game, was the perform-
of the i low ii band, directed by
Devlin, school band mentor
The I.', members, attired m clever.
■ lown (ostiinies, pranced and
iml capered to the lively tunes
I At Bait three important questions!
p'.'ll he settled by the convention. (1) >
I Estable hnicnt of a Baptist Foundation |
A girl's trio fiom Pawhuska high-iof Oklahoma to handle capital '
Mary Humphrey,letidowi u at funds contributed to
various institutions owned by the
vention: special building funds.
Report on progress of plans for
Oklahoma Baptist headquarters build-
ing. Some accouneement is expec ted
to be made about the site. (3) He-,
neved emphasis upon the State Mis
being given to the Unified Budget,
the Oklahoma Baptists plan of con
vent ion finance.
m. 9 hr:
According to an announcement by
•John L. Spence. Pawhuska Veterans
Service Officer, all veterans, who are
as a it* °u the On-job Training program, un*
’er the provisiona of Public Law S4C
city getting out from under th. . are (G I Bill of Rights) are reminded that
of these properties. ih< : have to submit to the Veterans
Why. after these have all been paid Adn inistiation, their Trainee's Report,
for this year—and the propertiet are lot Earnings not later than 5 November
i about paying their way doesn't the 1946 A blank form with whic h to do
should have been received by
veteran with one of his last
In this report the
'•leran lists the amount of money he
m. 5 hrs. 13 hrs.
Flynn told the
pects are bright
year, and. with the aid of anti-New
Dea) Democrats in Oklahoma it is pos-
sible to elect the GOP ticket.
Tommy Thompson, Tulsa, campaign
manager for Flynn, was a member of
the visiting group on its tour of this
The Pawhuska affair was in charge!
of J. C. Cornett, local attorney and ' 1;, w'h;n 'capt" nuberc
state committeeman, assisted by oth !wilkll)s uj)1 |„. g||est arti!1,
er Republican leaders of the county '
8:05 a. m
8:05 a. m. 11 hrs. 36 hrs.
3:00 p. m
< ity and Capitol Hill Chambers of
I he pa'ade to be the biggest in the
state's history is expected to attract
at l(‘ast 50 riding clubs. 5o school
bands, scores of pioneer and Indian
ore units, and industrial floats. Deadline
“R ’-ifor entry is November 16.
In si Parade sponsors are offering $1,000
• :|U'I 1 in piizes for winners in the baud.
e "U-: pioiceer. riding club and Individual
[units. Oklahoma City's school bands.
-----1 prize money, will com-
pit*, with each other for it loving cup.
! The pirade will be a highlight of
the week that will attract thousands 1
of Oklahomans fiom all sections of
the state t i see the famous music al
"O! lahoni'i!" which has brought Soon-
etl; n<l so much favorable publicity.
It will be led by Governor Kerr and
— r ~rs, members of the
■ cast of “Oklahoma ' mid other digni-
m. S hrs. 15 hr
ofj First Ch'irch of the Nazarene lor a
Oklahoma will meet in regular annual! hi<*
session at Oklahoma City, November local chinch by evangelist Lena M
5 7, in the auditorium of the First 1
Baptist Church. Dr. T. 11. Lackey, as !
sis'.ant executive-secretary, is also the)
Re'. John Daniels. Oklahoma City.I
pastor Northwest Baptist Church, is
te' ieuing secretary and Dr. Andrew ;
Potter, Oklahoma City, executive sec-
J. H. Diehl, father of Paul Diehl, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.3'3e p.
t hi* (’lit f~liTxr»a»-v* >*nrl '
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Further information regarding the re 'f!'!'l|''" ill be given,
quirements is outlined in the exami-
nat ion announcement
Further information and application
forms may be obtained from the Com-
mission's Local Secretary, Mr. Bare-
more. located at the Pawhuska post
office, or from most first and second
class post offices. Civil Service Com-
mission regional offices, or the United)
States Civil Service Commission, in |
Washington 25, I). C.
Applications must be received in
Commission's Washington office
Inter than November 19. 1946.
Mr and Mrs. Claude Wright have TO MEET MONDAY
returned from a several days business
and pleasure trip to Omaha. Nebi ! Members of the Pawhuska Minister-
and Kansas City, Mo. While in Oma Hui Alliance will hold their regular
ha they were guests of Mrs. Wright's'monthly meeting at In a. in Monday
parents. Mr and Mrs Oscar Farmer I in Ft Thomas'Episcopal church.
There are gold
. Rev. David
Todd, former Naval Chaplain, and cur-
rently pastor of the First Presbyterian
the I ]■ ••• • - - -
while the pastor will v is'iiuK governor
Pawhuskds Air Mail Service
I The following is a table of Air Mail Service available to Paw-
huskans. This schedule was furnished us by Postmaster R. .1.
Morrow and shows the speed which Air Mail provides to every
! section of the country. P
to travel with speed, use this services
m. 6 hrs. 15 hr
■on mast< r of I'eremonic s. and all who
assisted in the evening's big enter-
ciaii n:ent deserve c oriiiin-ndtiiion and
[praise for their efforts in carrying
I'lirouih the All Hallow's Eve event
school, composed of
Pat Payne and Jinnie McGuire, with
Jacqueline Trough as piano accompan-
ist, sang several numbers.
John Hubbell was in charge of the
special affair, with I*eslie Greer as
toastmaster. John R. Pearson intro-
duced tlie speaker.
Guests, in addition to Rotarians and gion Program with special
Rotary Anns, were Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
C. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J.
Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Van Dyke.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stephenson, the
Rev and Mrs. It. G. Harris. Mrs. JohniYeaib:
B. Spence, sr. and Mrs. George E.'year t:
Roland. j ;• ,s
Stan Labadie. local highsc hool senior
and son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Laba• *’■
die. of Herd has been named winner *'iat
of a $200.00 College Scholarship and in s,,curing her for this revival,
a $100.00 Savings Bond awarded by|I,,,e I** in store lor those
th? John A. Brown Company, sponsors i'*'111 this* evangelist.
of the 4-H Livestock Achievement Con- 1‘Ublic is invited to attend
Seven such Scholarships are award-
ed to Oklahoma 4-H Club Boys each I UHOV XI'IITlPf!
year and are to be applied toward a ITcllIICU 1U
course in Agriculture at Oklahoma Ag- Legion Post
ricnlture and Mechanical College nt
Stillwater. These awards are based’ At the Monday night meeting
on the Boys 4-H Club Record Book. Rolli** McCartney Post No. 97
Record of 411 Achievement, and Rec- American Legion. Alex Utney.
ord of Leadership.
Stan has fed several 4 H Club steersj pawhitska, was elected first v'ice com-
and has been an active member of(mander. to succeed R. B Puryear, who
the Osage County Livestock Judging recently resigned.
(team. He is a leader in the Herd and' Two members, Morris Stephenson
Pawhuska 4-H clubs, and was one of(and Bob Ixiwry were nominated for
the two Oklahoma 4-H boys to reprejthe post of adjutant and an election IOMAIIA' NEBR
sent the State at the National 4-H Club will take place at the next regular!
Congress held in Washington. D. C.,'Legion meeting. The adjutant's office'
this past summer, and is President of I will be vacant as Ixnils Baptiste, who1
4-H Clubs in the Northeastern District.has held the post, lately submitted! PHOENIX, ARIZ.
of Oklahoma, which comprises nine- hin resignation, stating that due tol
teen Oklahoma counties.
\ study of costs
that the ratio
[pounds of dairy
i-anie amount of feed it takes to pro
j'ltic. three pounds of beef. Lac I. of
[markets in this ar* a lias bc-.-n the
.main reason from the little dairy
[farming in this area in the pa t How-
lever, markets have and are develop*
i ing. Therefore. Page be lie . s th it
y industry may be developed
county with good profit
to Vinita, today to
1 tangle with the VHS gridmen. tonight,
' ■" " ' Huakiea 7th game of the aeaeoi
Tonight's encounter is a conferenc e
According to the local lads 194«
[schedule, there ar.- three more games
I coming up. tw o on the home field.
I Pryor on the Rth and Claremore on the
lutli. The last engagement of the
im . .. . season is with Nowata November
lots group; Mary Marshall and Sybil al Nowata.
Buker. teenage group; and Mrs. W.
[H. Lunday, Paw’huska, and Mrs. Janu s
iLansdon and two daughters, Wynona.
Adult group. Mis. Lansdon repre
sented Father Bear, Mrs. Lunday.
Mothet Bear; Sandra Kay Lansdon
[ <4 year-old) Baby Bear: an'! Glenda
Hay (2 yeat old) Goldilocks.
( Dub Eaton and Donald
[placed first in the parade in
cycle- Built for Two" stunt.
* Cloyd Easley caught I he
tembvi and October, including both
wage, from the employer, and the sub-
-tst.-ii .■ he receives from the VA.
If any veteran did not receive ono
<>t the i forms, or has lost the one
----- to the
\o..ition:il Rehabilitation A Edu. atioa
[Div ion. Veterans Administration, at
Mu I ogee. Oklahoma.
9 hrs. 21 lirs.
WOOD RECEIVES HONOR
IN ESSAY EVENT, PAWHUSKAN'S FATHER
a recent essay contest. sponD DIES IN
I nge, manager nf th-
Ipiuiy. Coffeyville, Kan
'audlelic. that dairy farming in ();
jis chie fly
Especially is this community grate
Hui to tin- Blake Manufaeturing cum
penny and Mrs. Maiy Brazealc for pro
Hiding lour large tents in whi'-h to
[stage 'minus forms of enteit.iinnicnt.
A big .lean-up job got underway,
'early this morning, by n crew
|era. who an* making short
|th* policing up job.
| E'eryone had a good time
ports reveal that a nice
[lealized on the affair. I
Ifinal check up "ill be announced later.
Funds derived from the* carnival will
be used for payment on the
Various Pawhuska *>.ganizations.
schools, the city, nierclninis ami bus-[('.titfl w ,v
' ■ ■ ■ .
• big affair. Miss Ruth Johnson, presi- n^.,,
[deni of Halloween. Inc. mid Ma; Dev 'a,.K ||(,|,
Im. PHS band dire c tor and general (]nm) ov
sored by the First District Federated!
Women's clubs of Oklahoma of which
the Pawhuska Art club and Heeko owner of the Cut Rate Grocery and I
chib are members. Miss Pat Wood, Market, passed away, Sunday, in
Pawhuska entrant, received honorable [hospital in Iola, Kan.
mention for her essay on ‘‘Citizen ! Funeral services were held at 8:30
shiP- ’ a. m. Tuesday in the Catholic church j
Miss Wood, daughter of Mr. and in Humboldt, Kan. and burial was in
Mrs. L. C. Wood, and junior student the cemetery there,
in Pawhuska highschool, was among 1_,
a large number of entrants sponsored store here was closed all day. Tues-IWASH,NOTON* D c-
by 34 clubs in the First District. jday.
Church, will speak in behalf of
men in blue,
represent the men in the Army.
A special feature of the service
b» the baptism of a former service
man and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. John
Harris, at the close of the service.
A most cordial invitation is exten.l-' tion iti some smll measura hi uie c ast
|ed to all former service men and!,,f "Oklahoma" and Theatre Guild of-!
women, whether or not your mimes, whe|| |11H>. gn(.s|s utth)n
are on our service roll, and to the,(,lt.. borders."
friends and loved ones of such m.>n|Wit|, lh(. oiilahonm' Publishing t'c
and women. The service begins at [co sponsoring the music al here
7:45. ______ "
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