Desoto News - Newton Stout

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Desoto News - Newton Stout - DeSOTO Mrs.j Mamie Schein and. children, of...
DeSOTO Mrs.j Mamie Schein and. children, of "Louis,'fiafe 'visiting Mr'.'and Mrs. lenry.Zacher. . ...I..,,,,....,.,..,. ! bavif{' Brownlee, iV'C.''conductor, pent Thursday with'fiis" Iniece, Mrs. )ick Kagsdale, jr., and husband. • 'sT'OnasTTippey "apenVaTfew days ast weekiwilSi- her sister, Mrs. Tyn'er: Glotfelty, r of Elkville. V- i -Mesdamea O. * A. McCord and Thps. litrfer were jviajborsyjn-Murphysboro; %Jr. andSjIre; '^d ISriffla^'were vis'-! tors in Oarbondale Wednesday the guests, 'ot-Mr, and Mrs. Grant Young. Mrs/'l>allas"Grillmore and children, .f'Royalton-,-ar«'*vi8itang'her mother, Jrs..<J.,0.-Jpayi8.- :_• .. ' •"'i "^IIss iVa)' 1 Deason;' of JHurst, spent a e'w t day6%st-week :f wiih her cousin, Neva Kimmei, -;'Dr. aridcMErs.sd, House were visitors n (3arbondaie Wednesday. . ^MrsV Newton "Stout, of Sa.to, spent Saturday 'and Sunday with Mr. acid Mrs. R..p/Stoele: Mrs. T." J. Foster and son are visit- ng relativea-here. Miss Ina Metz was a Oarbondale visitor Thursday. Mesdanies John Schmidtgal 'and John, McDonald, of .Murpjiysboro were here Sunday the guests of their mother, Mrs. 0. O. Davis. JohnParrish was a visitor in Car- j teiville Tuesday. j Bennie South spent the past week! in iQarterville with' nis sister, Mrs. Prank- Williams and husband. : Mrs. Henry Mueller, of Oarbondale, spent Saturday nighc ' and Sunday here with friends. ' , • '.' x :( P.'8. Kimmel and children; were visitors iff Hurst Saturday the" guests oT bis sister, Mrs. Ed Deason and_ family. • Messrs. and Mesdames D. M. Ragsdale' and family, and Dick Ragsdale spent Snn'day the guests 'Of their sister, Mrs. Harley Wheatley and ,milyi of Haindaybqro. -:.-y : r A protracted meeting Is in progress in an arbor at Ward, north of here. J3. C. "Bowlby is in charge. Much good is being done. A Sunday school has also been organized: . f Mrs. Renb'en Buckles died at her home Thursday.,- after a few < hours' illness. Funeral services were held at the borne Friday at 1:00 o'clock. ^Interment in Be8oto cemetery. She leaves her'husband and six-children, namely: Clarence, Lawrence, Milfor'd, Emma, Helen and Eugene, all at home.

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  1. The Daily Free Press,
  2. 16 Aug 1916, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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