Ardmore, Carter Co., Oklahoma
Sunday, November 10, 1929
Article about the remodeled Sunday school building at the Lone Star gas company camp in western Carter County, with photo.
Program: Mrs. DWIGHT BELL and daughter WAUNEVA BELL; LILLY MAE LEBEAU, EDITH MAE TAYLOR, LAVINA BETH WARD, OPAL PIERCE, Mesdames HAYES WARD and W. E. JOHNS; Messrs. L. H. TAYLOR and HERB GADDIS; Senator REXROAT; EULEAH JOHNS, MURREL JOHNSON, LAVERNE ZIMMERMAN.
Guests: Rev. and Mrs. J. J. WARD of Duncan, Rev. and Mrs. G. W. HANKS of Milo, deputy sheriff DWIGHT BELL, wife and daughter Wauneva of Ardmore, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. PATTERSON of Graham, J. E. JOHNSON, supt of the Lone Star Gasoline Plant at Gainesville, his family, Misses RUTH WADE, LOIS WALLING, JANUETTE HAMBRICK of Wilson, Mrs. LOUISE MAYBERRY and daughter ALMA of Healdton.
Article about the history of the Dundee school by Mrs. LOLA DIXON.
Two Accused Men Freed on Bond
Tishomingo: P. H. NEWMAN, judge of the Johnson county district court, granted bond to ARTHUR KELNER and ROBERT AYERS, charged jointly with the murder of IRA SANSON several weeks ago.
Healdton Woman Dies in Ardmore
Funeral services for Mrs. NANCY E. WODO of Healdton, who died Friday in a local sanitarium, will be conducted Sunday afternoon from the First Christian church at Marietta with Rev. E. W. SCHNEK officiating. Interment will be at the Marietta cemetery directed by Harvey Bros. Funeral Home. Mrs. Wood, who was 79 years old, is survived by seven children, JIM and ERNEST WOOD of Healdton; Mrs. STADMAN STARRITT and Mrs. W. A. REYNOLDS of Healdton; Mrs. BERTHA CHAPMAN of Clemscot; Mrs. MATTIE COMBS of Fayetteville, Arkansas; and Mrs. W. L. ALEXANDER of Ardmore.
Durant Couple Is Wed 61 Years
Durant, Nov. 9: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. CHAPMAN of this city celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary. They were married in Illinois in 1867. They moved to Oklahoma in 1906 and have lived in Durant for 5 years. Eleven children were born to the Chapmans, six of whom are living. They are 79 years old.
Armistice Day Homecoming
Marietta, Nov. 9: Armistice Day has been designated a homecoming for Marietta high school. There is a list of every person who graduated from the high school since it was founded in 1904:
Class of 1904: MATTIE CHOATE, EDITH SAWYER, HOUSTON HOLLAND and ORREN PETERMAN
Class of 1905: MAY WHTIE, BOYD WALLINGTON, LEON PETERMAN and JOE GOODMAN
Class of 1906: ELLA HAGAN, JOSIE LIDDELL, ZOE TAYLOR, CORA BLACK and J. E. GIBSON.
Class of 1907: OLA PETERMAN, HETTIE WHITE, ORA SANFORD.
No names for 1908.
Wednesday, November 13, 1929
Prairie Valley Woman Passes
Funeral services for Mrs. EVA BRATCHER, 24, wife of REUBEN BRATCHER, of Prairie Valley, will be held Thursday afternoon at Prairie Valley. Rev. C. BIGBIE will officiate and Harvey Bros. are in charge. Interment will be in Lone Grove cemetery. Pallbearers are KERMIT ADAMS, MILTON HERNDON, W. R. GORDON, RANDOLPH LASLEY, CLYDE HERNDON, and LELAND HORTON. Mrs. Bratcher died after a brief illness Wednesday morning. She is survived by her husband, a son KENNETH MAYNARD BRATCHER, one daughter EVA PAULINE BRATCHER, her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. PASCHELL; two sisters Miss EVELYN BRATCHER, Mrs. BERLIE MEELEY of Vernon, Texas, and one brother COMMODORE PASCHALL.
Tenant Farmer Is Sued
Because W. H. HOGUE, tenant farmer, died not raise 45 acres of peanuts as he had agreed to do son in his contract with H. A. KERLEY, land owner, the latter is suing him for damages….Hogue rented 100 acres of land from Kerley in December 1928. He was to plant 45 acres of peanuts, 30 acres of corn, and 25 acres of varied feed stuff. Rental was to be one-third of the produce. If any land was until, Hogue was to pay Kerley $3 per acre. Kerley now alleges that Hogue raised no peanuts, only 28 acres of corn and 8 acres of feed stuff…
Thursday, November 14, 1929
Superintendent of County Home Dies
PETER DEHART, superintendent of the county home, died Thursday morning. He was 75 years and is survived by his wife and eight children. The funeral will be conducted Friday afternoon from the Carter Ave. Methodist church by Rev. G. T. MARTIN with burial at Rose Hill cemetery directed by Bettes Funeral home. Dehart was born in Acala county, Mississippi Aug. 30, 1854. He married Miss MARY ALICE MOSLEY, who survives him together with their four sons and four daughters, 21 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The children are: Mr. HENRY HARVEY of Fort Worth, Texas; Mrs. W. W. HOLDER of Wilson, Mrs. J. E. WALKER of Valley View, Texas; Mrs. B. F. CLEETON of Ponca City; J. W. and CHARLE DEHART of Ardmore, HENRY and HARMON DEHART of Fort Worth.