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cousatte 1932 - — MIAMI, OKUAJ&OMA 1 17 KILLED IN SHIP BLAST •...
— MIAMI, OKUAJ&OMA 1 17 KILLED IN SHIP BLAST • Associated Press Photo Seventeen men are known to have been killed, two missing and a woman and four men were Injured when four explosions wrecked the motor tankshlp Bldwell at-Marcus Hook, Pa. Above Is the battered hulk of the Bidwell. Below are Edward Hayes and his son, Edwin, who rescued six men who jumped from the blazing ship. this place at Five Mije Sunday, were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cousatte, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cousatte, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bimo and daughter, Sleeta, ,Mrs. Pearl Skye and others. . , A Lincoln day program and Valentine party will be .held at school Friday afternoon. Parents as well as other visitors are invited to attend. Mr.'and Mrs. A. J. Crabtree attended the funeral of'Glen Enyart at Five Mile Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatley were Quapaw 'business visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Johnson and family • attended church and Sunday school at Galena, - Kas., ^Sunday. Miss Lenora Stasell, who attends Quapaw high school spent Monday night here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Longan attended funeral services for Mrs. E. C. Myers at Seneca, Mo., Monday afternoon. Mrs. Maidie . Cousatte and daughter, Wanda Lee, and Mrs. Wesley Quails visited at school Monday afternoon. Jack Cousatte and-Herbert Ellington, who have been absent from duties at school, due to illness are back at work this week. Mrs. Jack Rodgers was a guest a a of n - sas City, Mo., arrived Sunday to visit her parents, Mi. and Mrs. R. C. Bohannon. Martin Fuser of Vinita, spent Tuesday with his son, J. M. Fuser and family. Miss Pauline Revels of Commerce spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Glenn Smith. Mason Hittson of Fort Scott, Kas., visited over the week-end with his uncle, Sam Fisher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell of Joplin, former Afton residents, had the misfortune to have -their car stolen last Thursday from the street in Joplin, and when officers found what was left of it Saturday near' Carterville, Mo., it had been stripped of all movable parts and burned. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Painter visited Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. W. W. Painter, in Stella, Mo., and were accompanied home by Mrs. B. F. Motley and daughter, Miss Emma, of Stark City, Mo., wiio left Monday for Tulsa. Mrs. Phil Conboy and son, Robert, are spending this week with relatives in Siloam Springs and other points in Arkansas. Mrs. Martin Gunderson of Kansas City, Mo., and S. D. Bohannon accompanied their mother, Mrs. R. C. Bohannon to Stella, Mp., Tuesday where she will receive treatment in a hospital. Mrs. Charley Kelly and Mrs. Bud Mayes visited the former's husband at the.EaatDrn hospital at Vinita 1 , Monday'; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lattimore entertained the following guests over the week-end: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lunsford, Mrs. W. F. Johnson and Mrs. Leroy Hester,'all of Bokchito, Okla. H. W. Bowman of Canadian, Okla., who arrived last week is the guest of his daughtei 4 , Mrs. I. D. Cole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cowers who have spent several days with the latter's sister, Mrs. N. C. Barry and family in Miami, are expected home today. Elmer Collins of Coffeyville, Kas., spent last Saturday in Af- toin looking after property interests here. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Cole had as their guests last Wednesday and Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cole, Miss Doris Jane Coje and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Cole, all of Muskotree. Mrs. Frank Dubois and son of Bernice spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boult inghouse. Mrs. Bud Mayes had as her guests over the week-end, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nidiffer, and Mrs. 6. C. Yance of Tulsa, and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moxley of Vinita. A. R. Smith of Vinita, visited relatives and attended to business here Tuesday. Latest Swim Suit The Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bergen and daughters, Avanelle and June, attended the revival at the Baptist church in Grove Tuesday evening. • ' • HOCKERVILLE . Military' Funeral Military funeral services were conducted Tuesday for John E. Scurlock, .43. years old, World war veteran, .who died Sunday night at Hockerville. Mr. Scurlock was a resident all his life of the Joplin district. Services were conducted at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Anderson Undertaking company chapel at Joplin. Burial was in Peace cemetery. Scurlock' formerly lived at Starland, two and a half miles northwest of Chitwbod. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Winnie Scurlock, his'mother, Mrs. Lucy Scurlock .of Starland, five brothers, Thomas Scurlock of Oklahoma, Henry and Will Scurlock of Starland, T. E. Scurlock, near" Duenweg and Everett Scurlock of Carl Junction and one sister, Mrs. Julia Leatherman, living in Kansas. . Word was received here Sunday morning of the death of Dale Robinson, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Robinson, who died Saturday night in a Fort Scott, Kas., hospital. Death .was due to appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and family wer,e fp.rmerly of here. A -number of relatives reside here. Mrs. Bob Sirritt and children of Baxter Springs visited here Sunday. Mrs. Johnny Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Robinson were visitors in Baxter Springs Saturday. Mildred Logan has improved from an illness. Mrs. John Price, Mrs. Lawrence Clay, Mrs. Flora . Pattison were visitors in Picher Tuesday. Mrs. Alpine Milburn is spending a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hutto of Galena. Mrs. Kenneth Taylor has been reported ill. Mrs. Effie Dillon has been reported ill. Mrs. Frank Gray has been reported unimproved. Harvey Hardin is improving from an illness. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Kinder and children were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mason of Lincolnville. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clay and children were visitors in Picher Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tyler and children of Spurgeon, Mo., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Whitimeir and daughter, Patsy, of Baxter Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and children of Cleora, Okla., Mr. Erney Jones of Salina, Okla., visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray Friday. Chester Buzzard has been reported improved. Mrs. Leslie Simpson and daughters, Nadine, and Mary Agnes, visited Mrs. Ellis Gonce Friday. John Kinder was a visitor in Galena, Kas., Saturday. PEORIA" Myers Rites Funeral services for Mrs. E. C. Myers, 53 years old, were held at Seneca Christian church Monday at 3 o'clock. She is survived by her husband, E. C. Myers, one son, Almon Myers; two daughters, Madeline and.' Ilia May Myers, teachers in the Quawaw schools; three sisters, Mrs. H. Lankford, Seneca, Mrs. S. McBee, and Mrs. Bruce Kitchen, both of Commerce; three brothers, J. L. Chitwood of Los Angeles, A. A. Chitwood of Denver and Bert Chitwood of Seneca. Associated Press Photo Mrs. Walter Wyeth, Jr., of Boston, who is vacationing at Palm Beach, Fla., Is wearing a ribbed wool bathing suit which has been accepted by society as the latest In swimming attire. A belt and shoulder of wool lend contrast. Burrows Rites Funeral services for Albert Burrows, who passed away here last Wednesday were held Friday afternoon at the home. Burial was in Hornet cemetery. Mr. Burrows is survived by his wife, Mrs. Tennie Burrows; a son and daughter, who live at Oklahoma City; two brothers and two sisters. Several persons from Picher attended the services for Mr. Burrows here Friday. Among them were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Mizer, Mrs. Bonnie Goforth and daughter, Gertrude, and other: -.vhcEO :— -cs we failed to';,.'. Persons from here who attended the funeral of Glen Enyart. brother of Mrs. Opal Cousatte of Considerate Service Todd's FUNERAL DIRECTORS PHONE MIAMI 300 PICHER 100 AMBULANCE SERVICE DON'T FORGET TO PHONE THAT WANT-AD Y OU'LL want an ad in the big Daily News-Record Sunday Want-Ad Section . . . Better phone it NOW while you're thinking about it. PHONE 127 "GLY-CAS IS THE BEST OF ALL" Says Bartlesville Lady After Short Course of New Herbal Remedy When the new discovery, Gly- Cas, was first introduced here many were skeptical as to its merits and neglected to try it, but now_ hundreds right here in this section are enjoying good and MRS. U. E. SMITH •glorious health and lauding Gly- Cas as being one medicine without an equal. As in the case of Mrs. U. E. Smith, 627 East Third St., Bartlesville, Okla., who said recently : "Too much praise cannot be given Gly-Cas for it is a really won* derful remedy," said Mrs. Smith "My stomach had been out of order for 30 years, gas formed, painer terribly, was confined to bed at times. Kidneys were out of order too, neuritis settled in my neck, back and shoulders 'and life was miserable for me until I bjgan taking Gly-Cas. This herbal remedy easily regulated my stomach and kidneys, drove that awful neuritis entirely out of my body and I am feeling fine again." Gly-Cas is sold by Coleman- Hutts Drug Co., 101 N. Main St., Miami, and by all leading drug stores in surrounding towr.5. — - ' —(AdvJ

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  1. Miami Daily News-Record,
  2. 10 Feb 1932, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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