Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 1

Thursday, September 4, 2014 THE INDIAN JOURNAL PAGE A3

BOY HOWDY
Full Bloom
210 N. Main, EUFAULA
918-689-2355
Mon - Sat 9-5
Spic n Span Spray Cleaner ................$1.60
Pump Hand Cleaner .............................90
Trailer Wiring Kit ...............................$1.50
Hitch Pin ...........................................$1.75
Insulated Electrical Terminals ..............$3.95
Extension Cord Heavy Duty 10 .........$7.50
Entrance Lock Door Knobs .................$7.95
Round Cake Carrier ...........................$3.00
8pc Plastic Miniature Cars ..................$5.00
Tool Play Set......................................$5.00
Monster Truck ...................................$9.95
Rainbow Jump Rope ..........................$1.50
Fashion Make-Up Play Set .................$5.50
ATTENTION BUSINESSES
2 CARD RACKS FOR SALE, MAKE AN OFFER
Real Estate & Estate Auction
Saturday, September 27, 2014 STARTS @ 9:27 A.M.
182 Acres
+
/- Prime Property
Ranch property w/ home as-is, several outbuildings & large
pond. Lots of trees and lots of pasture. Mineral rights are
currently producing income and will transfer to new owner.
OPEN HOUSES: Sunday, Sept. 14 & 21 from 2 4 pm
(REAL ESTATE ONLY)
TERMS: 5% down, min $5000 non refundable, close in 30 days.
See www.chuppsauction.com for complete terms and conditions.
DALE & MARIA CHUPP (918) 630-0495
Century 21, Neokla
REAL
ESTATE
WILL SELL
@12:01PM
For more info and pics:
www.chuppsauction.com
ADDRESS: 21255 Hwy 52 l Morris, OK 74445
DIRECTIONS: From Morris, OK go south on Hwy 52 4 miles, auction on right. Or from Junction
266 & 52 between Checotah and Henryetta, OK take Hwy 52 north 3 miles. Watch for auction signs.
Dam
Continued from page A1
It was a spectacular
event, with Pres. Lyndon
B. Johnson giving a mem-
orable speech to a throng
of dignitaries and to the
general public who flocked
to the site below the dam
to partake in the histori-
cal occasion that marked
the creation of the states
largest lake.
The upcoming celebra-
tion will take place from
10 a.m. to noon on Thurs-
day, Sept. 25.
It is a collaborative ven-
ture by the Lake Eufaula
Association, the Eufaula
Middle School and the
U.S. Army Corps of Engi-
neers.
Whelan is making
the miniature capsules
because of a deep interest
in history and a desire to
pass along something to
future generations.
My main reason for
doing this was my son and
daughter, Whelan said at
a meeting
last week of the 50th
Anniversary of Lake
Eufaula Dam Celebration
Committee, held Aug. 27
at Churchs Chicken.
The next committee
meeting is scheduled for
11:30 a.m., Sept. 10 two
weeks before the celebra-
tion, at which former Con-
gressman J.C. Watts, a
native of Eufaula, will be
the feature speaker.
Whelan told the gather-
ing he hoped his familys
future generations will be
there.
My son and daughter,
I want them to be there
and my grandchildren,
he said.
He wants them to
attend the 100th anniver-
sary of the dams dedica-
tion, and to open the time
capsules and read the
messages that were sent
to them from 50 years in
the past.
The committee was
brought up to date on a
number of issues, includ-
ing that this week invita-
tions to the celebration
should be in the mail.
Of particular interest is
the family of the late Con-
gressman Ed Edmondson,
who died in 1990.
If not for Ed Edmonson,
the dam would not have
been built, Whelan said.
At least not as quickly.
Edmondsons survivors
include two sons, James,
who is a justice on the
Oklahoma Supreme
Court, and Drew, former
Muskogee County District
Attorney and former Okla-
homa Attorney General.
Edmondsons brother
was the late J. Howard
Edmonson, former gover-
nor and U.S. Senator.
In other news, Whelan
said the granite that will
be turned into a monu-
ment to be placed at the
dedication site, was on a
ship from China docked
near Houston waiting to
be unloaded.
By now, the granite
should be en route to the
mason who will turn it
into the monument, which
may take a week or more.
The monument is com-
pliments of the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, who
donated $3,000 toward its
purchase.
One of the projects by
the committee is to create
a field of wildflowers, Lady
Bird Johnsons favorite
flower.
Whelan said the land is
being prepared and when
the time is right the wild-
flowers, being provided
by the Team Up to Clean
Up organization, will be
planted.
He told the committee
he needs a volunteer to
pick up 100 rental chairs
from a company in Musk-
ogee.
He said the school will
provide a trailer.
Activities are still in the
planning stage.
So far, the Eufaula High
School Band and Che-
cotah High School choir
have confirmed they will
perform.
An honor guard is being
sought.
Connie Morris said at
the start of the celebration
project, $10,000 probably
would be needed.
So far donations
include:
$3,000 by the Corps of
Engineers for the granite
monument.
$1,000 by the Checotah
Chamber of Commerce.
$500 from the Stigler
Chamber of Commerce.
$500 by the Sharpe
Family.
$1,200 from a contest
sponsored by the LEA
during Whole Hawg Days.
Commitments include:
$500 from Save Our
Water.
$500 from OG&E.
$300 from the City of
Eufaula for a welcome
banner.
$250 in printing by Sti-
gler Printing.
Mr. Printer donated
cutting invitations.
Charges
Continued from page A1
that Shumway, without
premeditation, caused the
death of McIninch while
engaged in a misdemeanor
offense of reckless or negli-
gent operation of a vessel.
The information said
Shumway was traveling
in excess of 10 miles per
hour.
The official description of
the crash said that Shum-
way was operating a 1999
Crownline vessel in Lake
Eufaula one mile east of
Eufaula Cover and 900 feet
north of Sherwood Point
near numerous vessels
in a reckless or negligent
manner.
Shumway, according
to the information, struck
a 2002 Crest Savanna
model vessel which con-
tained passengers board
and which caused the said
Gary Lynn McIninch to be
hit by his vessel and pro-
pelled from the Crest
into the water in which
(McIninch) suffered blunt
force trauma injuries from
which he suffered and
died.
Fatality
Almost four days passed
following the July 4 boating
accident before Shumway
first made an appearance at
the McIntosh County court-
house.
He was not charged at
that time.
Shumway reportedly
admitted in a statement
made to the OHP that he
was driving the ski boat
that collided with a pontoon
boat and a 1996 Stingray
boat that were anchored
together on Lake Eufau-
la about a mile from the
Eufaula Cove area.
The body of McIninch
was recovered at about 7
p.m. on July 7 one mile
east of Eufaula Cove, about
400 years north of the
shore line in about 17 feet
of water.
McIninch had been with
the group of people on the
two anchored boats. It is
believed they had been
there to watch the fireworks
that took place earlier in
Eufaula, nearby Longtown
and other locations around
the lake.
Eufaula SEnior CitizEnS
CEntEr mEnu
for the week of Sept. 8
mo nday - Barbecue pork riblet,
macaroni and cheese,
zucchini and tomatoes, roll or
bread, peaches, milk.
tu esday - Submarine sandwich,
potato salad, salad with
dressing, cookies, milk.
We dnesday - Goulash, green
beans, garlic bread, apple
crisp, milk.
th ursday - Chicken strips,
mashed potatoes and gravy,
mixed vegetables, roll or
bead, cake, milk.
fr iday - Black-eyed peas and
ham, cornbread, crispy diced
potatoes, tomato spoon relish,
brownie, milk.
The number of the County Commissioner
District won by Bill Phillips in the Aug. 26
runoff was District 1. The number was
incorrectly reported in the Indian Journal.
We apologize for the error.
Schedule
of events
McIntosh County Fall
Fair will be Thursday, Sept.
4, through Saturday, Sept.
6, at the McIntosh County
Fairgrounds.
Thursday, Sept. 4
3 to 6 p.m.: All fair
exhibits accepted, Exhibit
Hall, fairgrounds.
6 p.m.: Rabbit and Poul-
try Show begins.
Friday, Sept. 5
9 a.m. to noon: Exhibits
will be judges.
1 p.m.: Exhibit Hall
opens to public.
6 p.m.: Exhibit Hall
closed.
Saturday, Sept. 6
8:30 a.m.: Weight cards
due.
8:30 a.m.: Exhibit Hall
opens.
9 a.m.: Best Dressed
Pet contest in show arena,
enter on day of show.
9:15 a.m.: County Live-
stock Show with show
order of hogs, goats, sheep,
cattle.
Following the hog show,
Craziest Pigtail Contest,
enter day of show.
Following goat show,
Biggest Bubble Contest,
enter day of show.
Following lamb show,
Apple Bobbing Contest,
enter day of show.
Aggie Race, team com-
petitive activities: T-post
drive, posthole dig, nail
driving, water haul, sack
race and legal head catch.
These events will follow the
cattle show.
Noon to 1 p.m.: Exhibits
will be released.
1 p.m.: Exhibit Hall
closed.
6 p.m.: Horse Show.
Eufaula Middle School Principal Chris Whelan. (Staff photo)