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THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. 1922
ll'KMS FROM I'TK'A
The young folk enjoyed a inusi
ut .Mr and Mrs Kddy KwitiEsj
Vrh. and Mr Haddock visited Mrs
"Vim Haddock of Durant .Monday and
.Miss U-ota O'Donley was topping
.Mr. and Mi-. Dock Dillingham,
Mr and .Mr.-.. Ktholo Conditt, Mr
jumI Mr.- .Sam Wright, Dr .McCalih
:rad wife, Mrs Henrietta Hush and
Mrs- Smith Wright were Kui-ts of
Mr and .Mrs A A Kllis Tuc-day
TTie musical at A .1 Fat tell' Wed
Tslay night was enjoyed by all
J G. Youree had the misfortune
nJ jjettitiK eveiy thing he had burned
trrp Tuesday night Kite u.i of un
krniwn origin Mr Youree was in
Oklahoma ( ity wheie he had taken
'. -wike for medical treatment
The paity at Dr D. (' McCalih's!
Friday night ua gieatly enjovcd by
'A D. Mc Cowan's baby is on the
-irV list this week
.Airs Iteola Kelly and Mrs- Smith
Wright spent Friday night with Mrs
tiny Fatiell's little boy, that was
k irked by a horse lust week has al
liss May Hobbs spent Friday
nijht with Mrs I.illie .Sanders
Will Fan ell, .less I'ruitt and R. R.
ChJIders motoied to Durant Friday
to attend the Farm I.abor Union con--wntion.
Miss Woithy is visiting Mrs. D C
MiCalib "Misst. Amy Cox spent Saturday
night with Miss Ora Ashford.
Miss Maggie Dagley is on the sick
fist this week.
little lola Hush is on the sick list
Mr and Mrs. Snow I'ruitt of Yuba
uratei! Mr and Mr- .less I'ruitt Sal
s' owmy night
3Iisses Kthel and Bertha Stricklan,
Miss Flora Fry, Miss Lenta O'Donley,
Miry .Muuil Staik, Mrs Uvula Kelly
awl Mr- Smith Wtight ate New
Veai's dinner with Mr and Mr- L R.
Ri A .1 Wells and family of Ca
iicm, Di D (.' McCalib and family
ii" Uticn and Robertson McCalib
OW Mexico alio Rohei t-on .McCalib
if Adair, Oklahoma ate New Years'
'd'tnnei with uncle .lolm McCalib and
ill.s V. I. MiCmidle retuined
home l-nday from her holiday vi-it
.Mr. and Mrs Monroe of Duiant
.Mr and Mr- Williams of Robeita
visited Mr and Mr- .1 0 I-viuh Sun-
Sunday sthool and chuuh meeting
-cvas well attended Sunday
ITEMS FROM IH.UK
Misses Maiy Itusbie and Pauline
"TuLkett of Durant. visited their
Jriends, Coy Cm ley and ()?ella Dims
i if this plate last week.
A huge ciowd attended the Sun
jay School'- Chiistmas piogram last
G W. Shepheul and sister have
left heie ni'd gone to Ilokihito to
rnake theii future home
Mi-s Mae Davi- of Raoli, Okla
siH-nl Fiiday night with hei fiiend.
Alnm Urown of this place
Brothoi Sagiave- pleached a very
tnU-resting -eimon Satin day night,
Sunday and Sunday night at the Bap
tist Chuich Large crowds attend
ed the services.
Roy Coiley and nephew Clifton
Balunxl of Pleasant Hill visited Mis.
.M. M. Corley of this place Sunda
ITEMS FROM WADE
tuito a number of Wade people
rert- in Duiant Monday.
Rev J O Whitworth and family
-were here fiom Soper Christmas
-sswfk visiting his patents, J U Whit--soTlh
Mrs. Sam Walden caught her diess
.afire Manday and was painfully
bnmed, but is nut seriously hurt.
We learn ol the death of Mrs.
"Creech of near Bennington. She has
.several childien living near here.
Miss Susie Hall who is attending
.school at Durant was at home for
THiiss Sue Petty gave an entertain
ment for the young people.
Rev. Pottorf filled his regular up
K)intment here Saturday and Sun-
JPeople heie aie taking much inter
est tn the Sunday School
Mrs May Pel kins gave an enter
tainment Friday night-
Pr. Pope has moved to Bennington
'(leaving Wade without a physician.
TO TAY CASH
The cash method Is without
.question the beBt way to pur
chase Groceries. Saves worry
and keeps away bill collectors.
Try a sack of our COMPETI
TION SPECIAL COFFEE in 5
pound saclju for 91.00
H. C. Bass, Prop.
Opposite Market Square
FROM CARROL'S CHAI'EL
Mr. I-oftls and son Archie leturn
ed home from Hominy, Okla.
Marie Carter is visiting her sister,
Annie Caiter this week, who teaches
at New Allison '
.1 W. Staggs and family moved last
week to Atoka
liene Curry was visiting Isabella
and llael Thoipe Thursday night.
S W Fielding, Kd Johnson, F G.
Carter, Walter Mills and N. D. Read
attended the Fnim tabor Union meet
ing at Duiant Friday.
Mr- F G Carter spent Thursday
evening with Mrs. N O. Roach
Hud Hamilton of Durant was in
this community Thursday night
Mr. and Mis Howie entertained
the young folks with a paity Wednes
Mrs Mile- Itioiighton spent Friday
evening with Mrs Tom Robeitson.
The party was well attended at Mr.
Fieeman's Friday night
.1 II Miller is slowly impioving at
Mis Ilogan and Mis Robin-on
-pent Tuesday with Mr- Lamb
Mrs F II (Jravitt visited Mrs.
Maggie Gravitt Wednesday.
F II Fielding anil family have
moved on Mr John Gravitt 's place.
Mr- tanih has a very sick child
The part at Kd Johnson's Satur
day night was well attended.
Mi. Itoatiuati of Denison visited
iii- brother, J W Iioatman the past
Mr. and Mis R. R Fielding vis
ited his patents, Mr. and Mrs. Field
Tohn Reid, his two daughters and
-on of Durant visited Mr. Mattis
Mr. Forsee was visiting at Ches
Mrs. J. P. Bogan and children
were the guest of Mrs. Miller Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Trevathan of
near Red River visited their daugh
ter, Mr- and Mrs. Mills Broughton
Thursday and Friday.
ITEMS FROM ACH1LLE
Rev. Brown filled his regular ap
pointment here Saturday and Sun
day Prayer meeting was well attended
at the Christian church Tuesday
Mi.s. Jaik Kelly of Durant who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. W V.
Osboin has returned home
Mi-ses nnie and Nadine Bald
win wen- in Calera Sunday
.Mi-s Giaie Gcis-ctt of Dallas is
visiting at the home of her si-tor,
Mis. Gailand McCollum
E A Bain visited home folk- Sun
da The basket ball boys of Kemp
placed heie Thui-day, but weie de
feated by a suite of "i.l to 0
W E Bigger-taff and son, Roy
weie attending to business in Durant
Thursday anil Friday.
On Suudav night,, December the
2iith, ii shoit piogiam was given at
the Piaiiie View school house it was
witnessed by a huge crowd The
opening nddi esses were offered by
John L Sullivan of Kemp
W T. Hairis and daughter, Miss
Opal weie Duiant visitors between
.Messrs Burton Swift and Bill San'
ders of Durant, Misses Joe Bigger
staff and Peail Duckworth of this
place 'attended the Rialto at Denison
Athol Mcl'hei-on honoied his
f i lend- with a paity at his home
Friday night. Every one leported a
Next Satuiday evening the High
sthool boys and girls will go to Bush
nell ami play a game of basket ball.
Mr. Clyde Gipson, wife and son,
weie visiting at the home of Mr
and Mrs W M. Kemp's Satuiday and
Dave Veidy is on the sick list this
G M Lloyd was a Denison visitor
Fiiday and Satuiday
Mis. Tom Womack is leported bet
ter at this writing.
Horn to Mr Walter Rockell and
wife, n fine baby girl
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FROM VEACII GROVE
Mr. and Mrs. Okland Morton of
Chccotah are spending Xmas week
with G W Seely and family
Mr. Tonia Morton of Checotah is,
visiting G. W. Seely during the Xmns
Claience Candill. Miss Opal Reed
and thiee other friends called on G. i
W. Seely, December 27th. '
Mr Ilochtdat of Detroit Michigan!
came to visit G W Sceley and fam-j
lly December 23rd He is anticipat-,
nig to remain all winter.
Mrs Neljie Veach left for King
ston, Ohio December 24th. Mrs.
Veath leceived a message from her
sister that her mother was not ex-
pected to live Her mother is very baby of Atoka are here visiting rela- .spent the time playing progressive
old and has been in bad health for'tive ', forty-two. Refreshments were
some time Henry Clemet of Post Oak is niov solved.
Lots of people out and in taking ing to Matoy this week.
dinners. All the community appears, Jim Cummings and family have FROM ROBINSON SCHOOL
to be enjoying the holidays immense-' moved out near Kenefick. j Mrs. Ollie White and Mis Oscar
l.v ' R. Wilkowisky from Kenefick visit-' Nelson and their families spent Sat-
(i W Seely and boys took Christ- ed Buil Cummings Sunday. unlay with Mrs Lush Brown
mas dinner with R Schlinkie and Parks Yeats and Albert Battiest , Miss Anna Lee Miller returned Sat
fainily 4 miles east of Durant. of Durant spent last week here. luidny to begin her school work Mon-
Mr. Sam I'ruitt took Christmas Mrs. Hull of Duiant has been here day.
dinner with his father in Ornnge-'with her childien the past week. ' Joel Allen and family have moved
villi, Texas They were expecting Mrs. Sum Bryant was called to to Blue
a family leunion Christmas day. Post Oak Satuiday on account of the Messis J. F Arnold, F. M I'herigo
Mr. Henry Smith of Breckenridge, , sickne-s of hei daughter, Mrs Geo. ! George Tugwell, N G. Smith and C
Texas is spending Christmas vaca-1 Tigert , D. Robinson attended the F L U at
tion with his lelative- here and i A. P Tidwell went to Bennington Duiant Friday
acio-s Blue nuith of Arm-tronir. , Satin da v I Melvin Hale returned Sunday to le-
Iits of hunting in our midst- Some
one shot and killed a valuable hound
for Mr. C T Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs Stanley Veaih and
son, Horatio, Gae Seeley, Mis C C
Fite took Christmas dinner with Mr
O.Dell and fainilj.
G V Seeley teceived a box of,McCla-ky went to Caddo Sunday af-
holly and pine from J R. Sprague
of Idnbel It came in fine time for
Seeley Sihool opens Jan 2nd fori
regular work The term of ten
months is over half gone.
Mr. Miles resumed work on the
good roads Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nichols of
Dallas, Texas visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Lane Monday December 26th.
Master Ray Seeley spent part of
his Chiistmas vacation with his
friend Bruno Schlinkie 4 miles east
of Durant Most of their time was
spent hunting Ray came home Wed
nesday, December 28th loaded with
rabbits, squiiic!- and itiaii.
Mr and .Mrs Mot ton returned to
their home in Checotah Sunday, Jan
uary 1st P.I22
ITEMS FROM PLATTER
( Too late foi la-t week)
Mrs. Fred .able- entertained the
young tolKs with a dance .-laturclay
Miss Hattie and Jessie 1'ishcr
spent Christmas with home folks.
Luther Davis is visiting i datives
and fiiend- heie this week
J. II. Meicer is moving to Mead
A huge crowd attended the prayer
meeting Sunday night which was led
by Mi Burton-
Mrs Uiuis Hadwin is visiting her
mother here this week.
Mr and Mrs I.ex James visited
Mis James' patents here this week.
There will be church Sunday and
Sunday night. Every one come
ITEMS FROM MATOY
Mr and Mrs. Bums of Wade vis
ited Mr Felmct and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Tussy gave a New
Years dinner Sunday and it wns le
ported that about 40 eat there
Misses Jessie and Alberta Kotietts
Misses Smith, Ollie Felmct, Leona
that in 11)22 vou will do your best to maintain a bank
account in some form checking or savings.
Our best wishes attend your efforts.
FIRST STATE BANK
T. A. BLAKENEY, Cashier.
jngljoslTs GUAfrAMTfclEP iBM
fFor 1922-- I
May Prosperity and 11
Happiness be Yours II
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MS?Jy8FPIENPl'YSE CE BUILT -
Gray, Alta Brown and Walter Pet-
titt took New Years dinner with the
Misscs Mae and Gae Marshall.
aUIss r.lliui I'uiuiui was kui'kl ui
Miss Neoma Harkcy Sunday.
Willie Teague and Guy Burns of
Wade were here Sunday.
Miss Ethel Felmct went to Wade
Sunday afternoon to take up a posi-
tion in Mr. Brown's store.
Sam Tigert, Jr. and Miss Cas'e
Fitzer were married Sunday. At Mrs. Petty's Monday evening,
Misses Ivy Smith and Flora Tussey.the members of the Auxiliary and
were in Matoy Monday noon.
ters, i.ycuu uuwuii anu son naipn joyaoic lime, me social was me re
of Duiant vi-ited relatives here last suit of a contest in a bazaar, the de-
Mi and Mrs. Clark Daltpn and
C II I .add, W T. Bunk, C.
Blown, Mr Dnrough and others
.tended the F
L. U convention at
Dm ant Friday and Satuiday.
Mt- Hazel Catchier of Banty was
i Milbs Thornlev and Mi-s Irene
School began at .Matoy and Mt.
Plea-ant Monday with new pupil- at
I Mrs. Coins spent Christmas with
her children in Texas
Fuerson Lloyd who is attending
Austin College came over for a few
days the past week to be with his
cousins here. He is a son of Rev.
Frierson Loyd who was once pastor
of the Presbyterian church in Durant.
Cap Ellison spent a few days re
centlv wolf hunting with friends at
Mi-s Mary Sue Claywell of Hugo'
spent the week-enil with friends
Mi.- .1 A Tarter who was taken
to Durant last week for an opeiation
i- progressing nicely and will soon be
able to tome home
Mi- Exer McCullough who has
been living heie since last July left
last week with the expectation ofi
moving to Buikburnett as soon as a
house can be -ettned. Her new.
made friends i egret to see her leave.
hut wish her well. She is a daughter
of Rev. J. W Gregg.
Mrs Clifford Baldwin who has
been spending a few days with her
parents. Mr and Mrs. Vinyard left
Fire, Tornado, AutomoWf
12iy2 North Third
Tuesday for her home in Mineral
Miss Rosamond Russell spent two
uays ill kuwii lusb vtc& ttiiu icii. ou-.
uiday to visit her sister, Mrs Claud
Morgan of Pans. Texas-
Mrs. Swinncy was here Saturday
to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs.
t Mrs. T. A. Tarter has been quite
sick of tonsilitis, but is improved.
'their husbands spent quite an en
feated side entertaining the winners.
There were thirty four present who
'sumo sthool duties.
Messrs Fred Corley, J D. Maytub-
by of Caddo and Charlie Baxter were
I quail hunting 1 bur-day.
Charlie Baxter i- visiting in Hugo,
Mi- L L Robinson visited at the Mi(s c,nra Dan-C, visiU;d frlenda
home of her -on and daughter this iRni. Canty Mimday
NUMe-sis (ioidon and Carl Wilson There was a singing at Mr. Har
visited then cou-.i.s Hyiam and C man i Sunday night.
1). Robin-on, during Christmas week ! Brother Mills preached here Sun
.1 F Arnold, George Tugwell and day
C D Robin-on attended the State
meeting of the F
U- in Durant
D Robinson wa- in Caddo
Carter Slaton wn
in Durant Sat- '
Anna Lee Miller, Iola Brown and
Sadie Pherigo took supper with Myr-
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WIIE Officers and Dlroctore of the Com
merclal National Bank extend the
heartiest of the Seasons Greetings to their
many friends and customers.
May all success
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t tie and Marie Slaton Sunday night.
I Bryan Jones from Cade was viait-
' ing his brother, Tom Jones during
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richie of
Lehigh were visiting Mrs. Richie's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hatcher
returning home Saturday.
nmu nnwNiNr. riunpi
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wneeier wuson ot uurant visited:
his mother, (Mrs. Delia Morrison here
Lee Butler left for Groesbcck.
Alverdis Tipson and sister Nola of
Durant returned home after a visit
with their sister, Mrs. C. J. Ray.
Will Taylor is here from White
right, Texas visiting his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Lon Taylor.
There were three weddings hero
December 24, as follows; Walter
Kitchen and Miss Nora 'Huntsinger,
Carl Whittington and Miss Dollie
Jenkins, Clarence Whittington and
Miss Delia White
Misses Gertrude Burkhalter and
Edith Hokett were in Caddo Satur
day. C. J Ray was in Atoka Thurs
day Oat McClasky and children left for
Texas Monday to make their home.
Carl Whittington and J. C- Daniel
were in Kenefick Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs Ellis Prater enter
tained some friends with a dinner
December 29, the occasion being Mr.
i irnter's 45th birthday.
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