WELCOME TO NOWATA COUNTY, OKGENWEB
NOWATA DAILY STAR 2
Local News – (Nowata Daily Star Sunday Nov 27, 1927 p5)
Notice. Regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Friday, December 2, Legion Hall, at 7:30. This is the last meeting of the year. Every member please be present. Important business.
Mrs Chas Roberts, who was taken to the Nowata hospital several days ago for treatment, is reported as getting along very satisfactorily.
Jim Conine, who is a student at Oklahoma University, is spending the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Hugh Conine.
Eastern Star Club Notice—There will be no meeting of the Eastern Star Club until January 6th.
Mrs Roy McCulloch and son are spending several days in Talala at the home of Mr and Mrs R L Farrar.
A pie supper and program will be given at the Smith district 49 school house Wednesday, November 30. Proceeds to Christmas tree fund. The public invited.
J Wood Glass and son, Julian, and Harry Jordan, Jr spent yesterday in Tulsa attending to business matters.
Miss Dorothy Yard will return from Tulsa this evening after spending the past few days with her aunt, Mrs M L Vogan.
Miss Helen Mae Barr and Miss Cassandra Torner were in Coffeyville yesterday afternoon visiting friends.
Mrs Asa D Morton Jr, of Amarillo, Texas, arrived here Saturday to spend a few weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs W M Vandivort.
Table full of children’s slippers, value up to $3.50, close out, $1.45, at McGee’s.
Miss Doris Weible has returned from Independence, Kan., where she has been spending the past few days visiting relatives and friends.
Mr and Mrs Glen Whitchurch and daughter, of Bartlesville, are spending the weekend here at the home of Mr and Mrs R O Whitchurch.
Notice to Hunters.
Mrs F G Marsh, of Afton, who has been spending a few days in the city as the guest of Mr and Mrs Chester Marsh, expects to return to her home this morning.
Mr and Mrs Clyde Reasor and daughters, Bartese and Katherine, of Bartlesville have returned to their home after spending the past few days here at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Gatewood.
Palace Beauty Shop—Expert Marcelling and French Paper Curls—Mrs A W Smith 233—Phone—233.
Drugless and Electrical Treatments—Foot Specialist Dr H N Flora Chiropractor—Denton Building—Phone 470.
USED CARS! Chevie Landau Sedan, Chrysler “70” Roadster, Essex ’27 Coupe, 25 Ford Touring, 25 Ford Coupe, Chrysler “70”-’27 model, Let’s have 100% Attendence at the Football Game Friday. Titsworth Motor Co. Open Day or Night. Phone 929.
For Sale—Nice assortment of bridge lamps that will beautify the home. Prices and terms to suit. Todd Furniture Co.
CEDAR CHESTS—An excellent gift for Christmas. A large selection to choose from. Goor (Good) Furniture Store. We trade.
BIG livestock sale, Monday, November 28, at Mack Marrs farm, 3 miles south of city park. (this ad was in paper twice in this column)
WINDSOR ROCKERS—Reasonably priced at the Good Furniture Store. We trade.
FOR SALE—Cedar chests that will make fine Christmas presents. We have them in natural and walnut finish. See these before you buy. Todd Furniture Co.
FOR SALE—Garage. Call 121.
HEATERS—Coal, wood or gas. Prices and terms to suit. Todd Furniture Co.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
For Sale—Ford truck, A-1 condition. Hoffman Grocery, phone 58.
For Rent—5 room modern house. Call Max Randall.
For Rent—Furnished house. Call 944.
For Rent—Seven room modern house, located on North Maple street. Three room house located North Maple street. 80-acres farm, located 3 miles northwest of Nowata, well fenced, good house and barn, good water, all in part in cultivation, part in pasture. Apply to Eugene Wilkinson, at the Commercial National Bank.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—Yellow gold wrist watch with link bracelet, on streets of Nowata, Saturday night. Reward. Call 715 or 374.
LOST—Between river bridge and Rock Store, lemon and white bird dog. Reward for return to Dr J P Sudderth.
STOLEN—Small boy’s bicycle from 512 North Pine. No questions asked if returned to above address.
TAKEN UP—One red cow, one 2-year-old white faced heifer. W A Peck, route 2, Nowata.
All kerosene and gasoline must be inspected. See Roberts, deputy state inspector.
Near Serious Automobile Accident on Talala Road
A near-serious automobile accident occurred Saturday night on the Talala road about six miles south of Nowata, when a Buick coupe, driven by J K Christy, of Tulsa, side-swiped the Ford roadster in which Mr and Mrs C B Carrico, of Talala, were riding. Both cars were over turned, and it is a mirical that the occupants escaped serious injury. All of the parties were brought to the office of a local physician where they were given medical attention. Mrs Carrico received a cut on her left wrist and both limbs were bruised. Mr Carrico received a Severe shaking up and Mr Christy received a slight cut on his forehead.
According to Mrs Carrico, the car driven by Mr Christy was going south and Mr Carrico and herself were on their way to Nowata. The Christy car was on the wrong side of the road and Carrico car had turned out as far as possible to keep from going in the ditch. When he saw that a collision was inevitable, Mr Carrico attempted to turn his car out of the road but was hit by the Buick. The impact turned the Carrico car over and the Buick continued for a short distance before it went in the ditch and overturned.
Chester Willis, of Talala, who was passing picked Mr and Mrs Carrico up and brought them to this city and Christy was brought in by Ed Wofford, deputy sheriff of Talala and John Fitzgerald. No charges were preferred against Christy, a satifactory damage settlement having been arranged.
To Preach at Glen Oak. A church service will be held tonight, at 8 o’clock at the Glen Oak Presbyterian church. Rev Carson will preach and members of the local choir will sing.
Visited At Wetumka. Mrs J Sebring and daughter, Miss Thelma, went to Wetumka Thursday, where they spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Carl Sebring and family.
Return from Tulsa. Mr and Mrs E B Lawson and their guests, Mr and Mrs Thos G Winter, of Indianapolis, Ind., returned Saturday evening from Tulsa, after spending two days there visiting friends.
Returns From Pawhuska. R W “Sherlock” Holmes, of Pawhuska, who has been assisting in the reportorial department of the Daily Star for the past few weeks, returned to his home Wednesday night.
Spent Thanksgiving Here. Mr and Mrs R W Kurtz and sons, Russell, Jr and Robert Victor, of Cherryvale, Kan., were Thanksgiving Day guests at the home of Mrs Kurtz’s sister, Mrs L Z Huey, and family.
To Resume Studies. Misses Mary and Louise Kinkead will leave this evening for Stillwater, where they will resume their studies at the A and M College, after spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with their mother, Mrs L T Kinkead.
C of C To Meet Monday. The regular weekly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be held Monday noon at the Campbell hotel. Wesley Chaffin, county agent, will give a report on the Nowata County Egg-Laying Contest which was recently closed.
Snodgrass is Better. The many friends of J J Snoddgrass, who has been seriously ill at his home for the past week, will be glad to know that he is reported to be considerably improved and on the road to recovery. Mr Snodgrass was able to sit up Saturday and greet the friends who called.
Claremore Officers Here. Sheriff John W Green and Undersheriff Hurt Flippin, of Claremore, were in the city Saturday morning on business matters connected with their office. The gentlemen stated that there was not a great amount of sentiment in Rogers county over the proposed session of the legislature.
Bank Robbers Sentenced. Claude Ballard, charged with being implicated in the robbery of the Blujacket bank recently, was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary when he was convicted in Mayes county of robbing the Bernice State bank in 1923. Fred Roach another of the Bluejacket robbers, was sentenced to eighteen years in the penitentiary by Judge Wayne W Bayless, who served in the Craig county district court last week during the absence of District Judge Coppedge.
Mrs Matthew Improved. The condition of Mrs P C Matthew, who was taken to the Nowata hospital Thursday morning, was reported to show considerable improvement Saturday. Mrs Matthew is suffering from an attack of the flu.
Returns From Capital. Mr and Mrs L L Merritt, of Talala, were in the city Saturday night, Mr Merritt returning from a meeting of Ford dealers at Oklahoma City. Mr and Mrs Merritt took Mr and Mrs Carrico, who were injured in an auto wreck south of the city last night, to their home at Talala.
Married By County Judge. A marriage license was issued Friday afternoon to Earl Robert Anderson, 21, of Dearing, and Miss Minnie Messersmith, 16 of Coffeyville, the mother of the bride giving consent to the union. The ceremony was performed by County Judge Thomason.
Wann Boy Recovers. Emerson Snow, 15-year-old son of Mr and Mrs C C Snow, of Wann, who has been confined to the Southeast Kansas hospital of Coffeyville, has sufficiently recovered to be able to return to his home. He has been undergoing treatment for the past ten days.
Husband Asks Divorce. Harry E Campbell of Independence this morning filed suit in district court asking a divorce from Eva B Campbell, whom he married at Nowata January 9, 1924. He alleges that for a year past, Mrs Campbell has refused to live with him, but has taken up her quarters with her daughter by a former marriage. He seeks a divorce and further relief.—Coffeyville Journal.
No Sentiment For Session. Dr Max Greenberg returned Friday night from Adair and Cherokee counties, where he has been attending his duties as state health inspector. Dr Greenberg states that there is no sentiment in either county for the proposed special session of the legislature, Chas Rogers, representative of Cherokee county, advising him that he was opposed to the session. Interviewing the leading business and professional men of both counties, Dr Greenberg stated that he was unable to find any in favor of the session.
Returns To Work. Col E C Walshe, of the postoffice force, was back on the job Saturday morning after an enforced absence of four weeks on account of illness. Col. Said the special session agitation was getting too warm for any man to stary in bed and he just had to come to town to find out what it’s all about.
Had Short Vacation. Jim Conine, a student at the Oklahoma University, arrived Saturday for a short visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs Hugh Conine. He will return to Norman today. Although Jim had the same vacation period as the balance of the students, he put in his time playing in “The Oklahomans,” the Univerity orchestra, playing Wednesday night at Duncan and Thursday and Friday nights at Lawton.
Duck Dinner For Prisoners. Being an inmate of the Nowata county jail will not be so bad today as Sheriff Gillespey will officiate in the role of “mine host” to the prisoners and serve them a fine Mallard duck dinner. The prisoners may not appreciate the weekday meals they have been receiving, but it is safe to say that they will enjoy the duck dinner today. The sheriff has instructed the chef to prepare the dinner with all the necessary trimmings and give the boys who have elected to live beyond the pale of the law as appetizing meal.
Bagged The Limit. Cash Young, of Tulsa, and L W Johnson, of Slick, who have been in the county for the past several days on a hunting trip, returned to their homes Saturday afternoon. In company with Rufus Riley and Charley Armstrong, the visitors scoured the countryside northeast of Lenapah and bagged the limit of ducks and quail each day.
Do Your Insuring Now! You can buy insurance when you need it most. That is rightr now, before something happens. Think of the protection of a fire policy, also liability insurance. Max Randall.
Collins Hospital Opened. The Franklin hospital, erected in Claremore by Dr B F Collins, formerly of this city, was officially dedicated last week, appropriate ceremonies marking the dedication. The hospital is at the intersection of Second and Seminole streets, in Claremore, and is open to the public.
Diphtheria Is Fatal. Diphtheria caused the death of little Barbara Newcomb, 3-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Sol Newcomb, who passed away at the farm home, seven miles northwest of Nowata early Friday morning. Private funeral services were held at the home Friday afternoon at 2:30 and internment was in Bezion cemetery.
Lincoln High is Champion. Lincoln high school eleven won the right to the championship of Oklahoma and Kansas Thanksgiving Day, when the local gridsters defeated the Cleveland school team of Coffeyville. The score was 12 to 0 and the contest settled the two tie games which had previously been played by the two teams. One of the other games was a scoreless tie and the second resulted in a 6-6 tie.
LOST--$25.00 REWARD. Lost—At Vinita Tuesday night, Nov 22, white, black and ticked pointer, answers to name of “Frank.” $25.00 reward for information leading to recovery. Phone H C James, Kaw City, Okla.
“Star” Ball Player Here. Earl Hamilton and I E Dugan, of Oswego, stopped in the city Friday for a short visit with C J Dugan, brother of the Oswego man. Mr Hamilton has been one of the outstanding big league baseball pitchers, but has retired from the game, having worked his last season with the Los Angeles team last year. He was a member of the St Louis and other league teams. The men were on their way to Ponca City to attend to business matters.
P A Powell Dies Suddenly In Texas.
P S Powell, age 62, former Nowata banker and lately engaged in the oil business in the Texas field, with headquarters at San Antonio, Texas, suffered a stroke of apoplexy Friday night at the home of a friend in the latter city and died on his way to the hospital.
News of Mr Powell’s passing was first received Friday night in a telephone message to Hugh Conine, intimate friend of deceased, and the news of his sudden passing was a distinct shock to Mr Powell’s many Nowata friends and acquaintances.
According to a telephone message received by the Star from J D Powell, a son residing at Eldorado, Kansas, last night, definite funeral arrangements had not bee completed, but is known interment will be in Eldorado, with the funeral being held probably Tuesday.
According to the son, the information regarding his father’s death was to the effect that he apparently was in his usual health and had accepted a dinner invitation at the home of a friend in San Antonio. After partaking of the meal, Mr Powell complained of being ill and was stricken shortly afterward. He was rushed to a hospital but expired on the way. Mrs Powell, who is residing in Tulsa, together with other relatives was notified, and a brother, Carl, of Eldorado, left that city Satuday morning for San Antonio to accompany the body home.
Surviving are the widow, two daughters, Misses Pauline, of Tulsa, and Emily of Bartlesville, two sons, Perry, Jr., who resides with his mother at Tulsa and Joe D, of Eldorado, Kas, one sister, Mrs John Knox, of Eureka, Kas, and five brothers Carl, J C, D E of Eldorado, L H of Wichita, and W W of Los Angeles.
Mr Powell came to Nowata in January, 1905, and held the position of cashier of the First National bank until 1922, when he went to Tulsa to engage in the oil business. He later became interested in the Texas field and moved to San Antinio (Antonio) in order that he might be near his operations. While in this city he served as president of the school board, councilman, and was the first president of the local Rotary Club. He was active in all civic affairs and had a large number of friends in this county who will be sorry to hear of his death.
In a small town it isn’t necessary for daughters tell their mother everything. The neighbors will attend to it.—Santa Barbara News.
Wesley Jordan and Mrs J W Stubblefield and daughter visited Mr and Mrs W M Jordan.
Mr and Mrs W M Jordan visited Mr and Mrs L L Alison.
Miss Nola Davis spent last Tuesday night at the W M Jordan home.
Robert Goodpaster spent Sunday with Clyde Billups.
Dick Petit visited J M Billups.
Misses Lucile and Thelma Sherwood, who attend Lenapah high school, spent the weekend with their parents Mr and Mrs K K Sherwood (Kenneth and Nellie Sherwood).
Bill Higgins of Lenapah spent Saturday night with Virgil Scott.
Mrs V W Scott called at the Sherwood home Sunday.
Misses Lucile Sherwood, Gladys Scott and Bill Higgins, and Virgil Scott attended a dance at Don Rose’s Saturday night.
Those who helped Christine Scott celebrate her birthday Sunday were Madeline Storm, Addie and Iva Jordan.
K K Sherwood and daughter, Pauline, and Mr and Mrs Sam Balch were shoppers in Coffeyville Saturday.
Hiram and Orville Storm and Fred Jordan visited Dana and Carlos Scott Sunday.
Everett Jordan spent Saturday night visiting his two sisters at Coffeyville.
Richard Long and Bill Hays visited Sunday with John Storm.
Mr and Mrs O J Storm and Velma and Hiram, transacted business in Coffeyville Saturday.
K K Sherwood’s mother from Bartlesville visited at his home last week.
Mr and Mrs K K Sherwood and family and his mother were enterained by radio at the Sam Balch home Saturday night.
Lawrence McClure has returned to school after an absence of more than four weeks.
Miss Gladys Scott and her brother, Virgil, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs V W Scott.
Misses Velma and Virginia Storm, who attend Lenapah high school, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs O J Storm.
Mrs Clyde Rose of Coffeyville is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs V W Scott.
K K Sherwood and his mother and Mrs V W Scott, were shoppers in Coffeyville Monday. Mr Sherwood’s mother returned to her home at Bartlesville.
Nowata County “Lifer” Escapes Second Time.
Alfred King, Negro, serving a life sentence in the Oklahoma penitentiary on a conviction of murder, escaped from that institution last Monday, according to information received by Sheriff Gillespey Friday. This makes the second time that King has escaped from the pen, having gained his liberty August 8, 1924. He was rearrested at Independence, Kas., the following November, on information furnished the Kansas authorities by Sheriff Gillespey.
King was sent to the penitentiary from Nowata county on April 30, 1910, after being convicted of the murder of George Bird, another Negro, at a house on the east side. The murder was a cold-blooded one and the jury, according to Price Jones, who was a member of the jury that convicted King, wanted to give him the death penalty, but the judge’s instructions were such that they could only give him life in the penitentiary.
The card received by Sheriff Gillespey Friday gives a picture of the Negro and his description. A reward of $50 is offered for his capture.
***** DISTRICT 49 *****
Sunday school or church services were well attended Sunday. At the evening service we listened to our annual Thanksgiving sermon, which was delivered by our pastor, Rev Gore.
Mr and Mrs Dave Parker are the proud parents of a little daughter, who took up her abode at their home last Saturday.
Misses Ola and Nellie Pasnell spent Sunday with Inez and Irene Wilson.
Delia and John Davidson called on J C Parks Saturday night.
Mr and Mrs O P Hobbs called on
Mr and Mrs O H Hobbs Saturday.
Marie, Grace and Milo Jackman called on Mrs Grace Miller Sunday.
Mrs L L Russell and children called on Mr and Mrs W D Byler and family, of Coodys Bluff, Thursday night.
Mr Cliff Martain made a business trip to Ashland, Mo., last Monday morning.
Mr D H Parker and sons, Russell and Alden, were shopping in Chelsea Saturday.
Mr. Chaffin, our county farm agent, visited our school Wednesday afternoon. While here he gave out some very interesting news concerning club work.
Our annual poultry show will be held at the school house on Tuesday, November 22.
Wilbur Pannel, one of our good pupils of the primary room, has been quite ill of pneumonia but we are pleased to know that he is improving at present.
Mrs Jackman and children and Lonnie Thompson were shopping in Chelsea Friday.
Mrs French, formerly of this vicinity, died at her home in Neosho last Friday. She was the mother of L A French.
The following pupils in the primary room made 100 in spelling the past week: Floyd Hathcoat, Grace Jackman, Arthur Thompson, Jno Davidson, Herman Sullivan, Betty Jo Gore, Doris Santee, Virginia Parker, Lois and Velma Wilson and Mildred Hathcoat.
Mr Hathcoat marketed a load of cotton in Chelsea last Saturday.
Delia Davidson, one of our popular eight grade students gave a very interesting monologue at the couty teachers’ meeting last Friday.
Kermit Secondine, Arben and Woodrow Hathcoat, and William Raegan were seen in Alluwe Sunday.
Mr and Mrs O H Hobbs and daughters, Elaine and Georgalee called on Mr and Mrs O P Hobbs Sunday.
Mr and Mrs W A Jackman and Mr Will Thompson spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Pruitt of Foyil.
Hunters Take Notice
The Lakes known as Stone Lakes located one mile south of Ozark Trail Road in Southwest corner of Section 3 and Southeast Corner of Section 4, Township 36 North of Range 16 East are posted against hunting and fishing; R E Winkler, deputy game and fish warden is in charge of the lakes for the owners. Anyone hunting, fishing or trespassing without written permission from the owners will be arrested and prosecuted.