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rttp t v MARCH 3, 1922
THR nnAWT WKRW.Y NBTO
II US I' KOM UTIUA
, iiicham. County Superin-uifi-
Hti'd our school
i Miipkms of Mead has
. ut to preach here the
la night and Sunday.
and wife of Waurika
i i.itiu" and friend- here
I(('alil is on the sick
ili.i!ilc and L. J. Sonders
I Hi i ant Tuesday.
h Wright and daughter.
t Tuesday night with
Camp returned to her
I'uiunt Wednesday after a
with home folks.
..ties Rcnshaw returned to
,n Durant Wednesday after
i it with her parents Mr,
1 Mrs. A. A. Ellis visited
i .. btother. Roy Beeson
Wuv Hubbs hpent Saturday
1) .Mrs. Lillie Sanders.
i Mrs. Marshall Burns, Mrs.
( ii roll and daughter. Edith
i week-end in Denison, Texas
l-'arrell represented Utica
did Wolk Creek F. L. U. A.
U the Farm Labor Recon-
ITEMS FROM CADDO
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bass nm re
joicing over the arrival of a baby
girl since Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frazicr of Ca
lera visited relatives here last Sat
Miss Fannie Lyli- of Locomas.
Washington is- visiting her mother
Mr. and Mm. Harry Haigh
the week-end in Durant.
Mr. Payne who is assistant ('mm-
ITEMS FROM HALE
Most of the farmers have finished
sowing oats and some arc planting
The faim ladies arc making gar
dens and planting potatoes this week.
Rev. Robert Hoover delivered us
an interesting sermon Sunday and
Sunday night. We were glad to have
some of the Cade people with us
Sunday night. Would be glad if they
wiuld visit our Sunday School.
Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Saylor and chil
ty treasurer visited friends
do last week.
Mrs. Ralph Evans was a visitor to
Kcnefick last Monday.
Ca(j. dren spent Sunday with Mrs. Hiser
Mr. ana airs. u. k. .uoimtt visit
ed at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hnskins
Ttcc !? W.,f(l,,t .utt.wl nl liol
Miss Laudie Hipp was down from home in Bokchito Saturday and Sun
McAlester last week-end greeting ,iny
lnenus' Mrs. W. E. Dodson and Mrs. Dave
Miss Emma Williamson visited I Goodc visited at Mrs. ( L. Hoover's
friends in Caddo last week-end. I Sunday afternoon.
Carroll Franks was a Durant visi- Mr. Saylor was in Bennington Sat
tor Thursday. i urday on business.
Mrs. John Crutchfield was a busi-i Miss Madine Morris and Mrs. Ona
ness visitor to Durant Thursday. Brown aI .n lho slc,k ll,s.t hU ,
, o ti o ii- i l ! Miss Daphna and Madge King,
. .Mr: SUH,; Su!hv?n made n busincss Kittie. Susie and Mattie Mofatt, Jew
trip to Dallas last week. and Qra N,cho,g and virRie Bcr.
Mrs. Dameron of Durant visited I trcm took dinner with Madge and
relatives here last Saturday. ,j Iver Adams Sunday.
The M. E. Missionary Society met! R. E. Moran and E. M. Moran and
Sunday night which was given In the
behalf of a singing school. The
school was not organized only a com
mittee appointed to secure members
The singing will be supervised by
Mi. Gray of Durant.
Aroia Bishop of Platter spent the
week-end with home folks.
.Mrs. Irene Brown of Brown visited he,c Sunda
her mother, Mrs. Epperson Sunday
but the writer failed to
Silo visited Dr. Austin's family last
"The little child of Mr. and Mr.
Pel kins Colbert was buried in th
Mead cemetery last Tuesday.
Sam Franklin entertained 15 small
Several from here attended the
goat roping near Voca Sunday after
There was a singing at Bowden I
.TniLofMl'j ClIMilnM lnltt I
a...iu'mxt.i ' r ...'.. r....i.i I l'ys and girls at his birthday party
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' mnnld wnro uAPVnil finnatstincp nf ttfk
cream, cake and fruit.
ITEMS FROM MEAD
.Mrs. La Cobb of Mead visited Mr. The nK workeni daw of thc a jolly good time
ttrut" i convention
Mr "! Mrs. Dock Dillingham
spent snulay with Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mi- I abeth Zinneckcr spent tne
wul ith home folks in Durant.
last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
Virgil Slack and Mrs. Wise at thc
home of the former. There were
about 20 members present. A very
good meeting was enjoyed by all.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will hold a spring bazaar March 4th.
ITEMS FROM MIDWAY
Mrs. D. H. Roundsavillc and chil
dren and Burnice Taft spent Sat
urday with Mrs. C. D. Graham.
Prof. Roundsaville and Charlie
Graham was in Durant Saturday for
the Union speaking.
Victor Graham and wife and little
daughter, were visiting his father
families and Ben F. Lawlis visited at
G. E. Moffatt's Monday and Tuesday.
The men folks went fishing but re
port that fish are scarce.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Adams visited
at their at their daughter's. Mrs. Lee
Misses Madge and Iver Adams and
Daphna King took supper at G. E
Moffatt's Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peirce of Bos-
well attended preaching at Hale Sun
day night. Mrs. Pierce is our primary
Miss Florence Bond visited at Ban
ty the week-end.
Mrs. Willie Harris and mother-in-law,
Mrs. Harris visited at Mrs.
IIJ.IM VEACII GROVE
i, irl Dilbcck1 from Durant
with Lottie Wyatt.
1 Kidworth spent Sunday
vlr Montgomery of Silo
with Mr. J. Ferguson.
!l and family visited
I'.iu'i filled hit. tegular
. Bi other Flemining's
i lii II fioiii Pryor, Texas
. wiek with his uncle
il -on w-ited Mr. and
s mil, ly evening.
,'tli -pent Sunday with
K 'uiidy has been absent
this week, on account
i if Duiant spent Sun-Mi--os
pent -Monday evening
. Kennedy. She was
'I and family from Ben
I I' Dawt-on Thurs-
ei -pent Sunday night
will and family spent
i Melwn Self and son
l nt Sunday with J.
i nt Sunday night with
lingers on the Stanley
one nieht last week
Pleasant Hill basketball team play- Hoover's aionday.
ed Midway team. They played an in-1 Virgil Briggs from Old Benning
tcresting game in favor of Pleas- ton took dinner with Rev. Robert
ant Hill. Hoover Sunday.
We had a fine rain which was jir.,, Tom Brodgon visited at Mis.
badly needed. Alvee Praytor Sunday afternoon.
B. S. Cudd returned home fiom
Norman Satuiday wheic ho has been ITEMS FROM SILO
visiting his father and mother, he l Mr. and Mi. Ernest Bishop of Ful
came by way of Oklahoma City. ,0m isited Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bih
wheie ho htoped off to sue his bio-',,,, Friday nieht and Saturday.
Thc lain which v.mu- rriuay nignt
delayed the funnels from sowing
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"'-- " IUUIIK OHHUUy. Sn,lnv ,,r.. nrnnnno. n llttt.. ,.
Troy James of Fulsom was in Silo Krnm for next Sunday.
Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clivc Templcton
Vuginia Harrison spent Sunday spent thc 22nd in Mead, Mr. Tcmple-
night with Vemie Breece. ton having a holiday.
A K. Cntcs and family visited Dr. Mr. Henry Gammons and family
Austin and family of Mead Sunday, spent the last week-end with Mrs.
L. L. mM of Star was in Silo Frl- Gammon's father, Henry Odcll of
day. Twelve-Mile Prairie.
Gvoige Heal and family who have Mr. Edmond Jefferson of Brown
in en visiting relatives at Uoswell. for was in Mead last Wednesday.
the past weeks have returned to their i jjr. Wright received a message
home in Silo. Ilnst Wednrsdnv from Krntiirkv. stnt-
ing that his sister was dead.
FROM DOWNING CHAPEL . , , Ine Troutt spcnt thc wcck.
The recent rain will delay the farm nd Itfc M'ias Qrem nt n.
work for a few days. Oats sowing .
nas oeen me oracr oi mc uuy in uuu
around this vicinity.
Alfalfa prospects nre looking fine.
gardening is the chief occupation
among the house wives.
Robert Horton of Oklahoma City
has been visiting relatives and old
friends here for the past week.
Mrs. Burkhalter has greatly im
piovcd since the last writing.
Mrs. Rav is on the sick list
Herbert Roland, Charlie Ray and
Clark Daniel were in- Caddo Satur
Miss Rubye Daniel spent Monday
and Tuesday with Misses Ophelia
and Deal Cartwright of Liberty.
Rpn Cartwrieht of Liberty was a
caller in the Daniel home Sunday af-ttrnoon.
Burney Keeton and Peete Hogan
visited in the Jackson house Sunday.
Carl Whittington has sold out to
his brother, Clarence and he and his
wife will leave shortly for Mexia,
T..vns tn reside. We regret to lose
them, but wish them success in their
The people of this community who
l,..il nn interest in thc organ which
was removed from thc chapel some-1
thing like a month ago, has entered
law suit over it. An election w;is
Mr. Airington's condition remain
unimproved nt this writing.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Davis motored
to Sherman'one day last week.
When you "Pay Up" don't forget
yourself. Rend thc "Pay Up" nd on
Money in local bank to make
your FARM LOANS.
FRANK H. WHITE
They are building a new room
porch to thc teachnge tins weeu.
Ml-h. Obe Hale hpent tne day wuu
Mrs. Roundsaville Friday of last
Mr. Franklin has been doing some
grading on the road last weeK.
They had .spelling at thc s
house Friday night
Misses Wynona Stevenson oi u
rant has been visiting Mrs. B. S.
Cudd this week..
Mrs. Bill Powell has been quite
sick the last few days. ,
Thc farmers have began planting
some 10m in this community.
Vitle and Ola Graham and little
son spent the latter part of the week
in Durant visiting Mrs. T. T. Down.
Mis. C. G. Graham is on the sick
Oscar Duke was a Caddo visitoi
. r! 1 Cm.
There was no bunuay auium "
on account oi m "" ."
oats and plowing.
Mr. Stieetman of Platter attended
the Karmeis Union here Friday
Mrs. W. C. Heal was on thc sick
list last week,
chool' Vinian and Hom'er Glider of Caddo
iiu ..tuinilinp this week with Mr. and
. , ,,t.....u...0
Mrs. Lester Tucker.
lit ili I.oicnn Blaii has come to
' live with hei grandfather and grand
mother, Mr. and Mrs1. S. H. Young.
Mr. and Mis. Lex Jnmes of Fulsom
attended Sunday School here Sunday.
There was a singing at the chinch
h. Id at the chapel Sunday for somej
V debt you owe to your good ap
).. .lance Read the "Pay Up :;uit
ad on last page.
Mrs. A. E. Catcs and children of
4PI 11 . rw 1
opring naming lime I
is nere i
jre sou interested
Mills spent Sunday
1'iuitt and family visited
"iie attended Sunday
'lib Sunday evening. She
ii i loud and a pleasant
.md family spent Friday
Mr I . Ml Rogers is on the sick
li-t t uk.
Kudo 1 1 Sjihlinkic is visiting the
Sukv'- 'in- week. He lives 4 miles
ta-t i, Kifint.
Mr- Mny Seeley has been suffcr
ing a i: a at deal this week. She
is Kti, miifined to her room.
Mr- U-i Lane, Myrtle Lane, Mac
Lane .-.id wife, also baby, Chas. Lee
visitid Scelcy school Friday evening.
Char'es Urayton of Des Moines, la.
spent !ic i rriday night with Mr.
Seclij .Mr. Brayton is an old friend
of Mr Wiley's.
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Kiad T.e "Pay Up Suit ad on back
pagi uf 'his paper.
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Potrtues Prices are
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