Grover Harmon-County Normal Meets

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Grover Harmon-County Normal Meets - i i j .Mrs. A, J. Farmer of Akiii.s visited...
i i j .Mrs. A, J. Farmer of Akiii.s visited iVlrs. TaDiier Monday. frof. ''rhc>s. ,1. HiKKH uill sini? at llii.s idace .Sunday. Anionfj; these who atliiided iiniil at S^alli.'-'aw Monday from this place .are S. C>., L. E. and W. I.. SliepherrI, Frank -Mien, .John Wallace, Cl.'iud Jlos.s. Joe Peters, AV. M. Mor^art and \V. Z. <^ar- ri^-on. The rain which fell here .Sunday did eonsider.ahle d.-onacre.^ind prevented from having Sunday 't^chool. MiSH Vinni(! SheelVftn visi t ed "' M i'hiina Peters Saturday niRht .and .Sunday. .Sunday. Diah Shepherd was the Buest of friends at Maple .Sunday afternoon. . ,Th« . toiu-tU . Suuday. .of. Ah'is. .moutl^ has been set apart as the time for the old folks' sinKlng. They will not occupy all of the time, however, and the younfi- folks will have their sinK- inpr as F-Iveryhody is cordially invited to he there. W. I>. Shepherd visited at Akins last Sunday. "Mutt." "Reporter." j FROM HAXSON | a The continued rainy weather is rather rather disoouraginpr. but cheer- up! We'll have plenty of dry weather when the rainy season is over. fda Jenkins of Musko/?ee. who has been visiting at this place while on her vacation, returned to ."^allisaw Saturday, where she will visit a short lime with relatives before returniufr home. Mrs. .Mice .Tohnson of Mountainl^urj::, .A.rk., was in Hanson Saturday. Professors F.. Y, Dawson of Hanson and Frank Martin of .M:ins are in Sallisaw lod;'.y on Imsiness. Messrs. 7~)ave and Hen .Mit»h/^11 oi Muldrow visitinp in HaTisttn this week with their sister, Mrs. Frank Faulk ner. Despite the torrent of rain which fell in the forenoon. Sunday, the Children's Day exercises were well attended arid a fairly nice proiiram was rendered, a ivelcome .vldress being- delivered bj' I'rof. IC. \*. Dawson and a .Sunda.\' scho(>i talk by Melvin AViUi.amsnn. followed by recitations and sonps. Frank Martin of Akins was a pleasant pleasant Hanson caller Sunday. Miss Mary C.reene. forrneily of this place liut now of Van Buren. visited a few days in Hanson last week with her father. Dr. K. P. C.reene. .Mrs. Vennie (jill)ert and children of Sallisaw were Hanson visitors Sunday. Sunday. ' J. P. Wood is in Ralllsaw today on business. Miss Anna White of C.ans was in Han.son .Sunday. Mrs. .Tohn Watson and c)nldren, who have spent several weeks visitinp; relatives relatives and friends at this place, returned returned to their home in Klmo. Mo.. Tuesday, accompanied by her sister. Mrs. Flora Cilbert of Sallisaw. Miss Susie Burrow visited with relatives relatives at Akins Last week. Miss Jjorence Faulkner was .t .'^alli- saw vi itor Saturday. Miss Bessie Mills and Mr. KiieErne Kuykendall of Akins attended the (Children's Day exercises at this place Sunday. \^om Anderson of Hanson left for Fort Worth. Texas. .Saturday to visit for a limited time with relatives. "Sharklc." FROM fJANS .Tune in. Ifliri. Lewis ,C,, Martin died Thursday and was laid to rei-t in the Riley cemetery Friday. Tie was a prominent citizen of the Bethel Chapel nelKhborhood and will be ereatly missed in that vicinity. vicinity. Misses F.llza Meillnk and Floy Shackelford Shackelford were Sallisaw visitors Friday, nrover Harmon was also in Salllsftw Friday. "Grandpa" Crtsenhcrry returned home Friday after a visit with relatives In Tennessee and Arkansas. His son. Frank, and family acoompanled him on his return trip. Mrs. Crisenberry Is sick and will be taken to the hospital at Fort Smith soon. Caroline Hastings, who has been very sick for the past week, Is resting better better today. Irene Maupln is sick with typhoid fever. Misses Bllz% Meillnk and Dona Bethel and Messrs. Chas. Shackelford. Ted Grubb, Grover Harmon, Shalah Sexton, ThoraftB Black and W, li. Pox are at- tendingf the normal at SaUiaavr. Chll^Iren 'B . Pay ^cirvloea will Ije heW here ttte fpurth Sunflay In June. BJvery- Ijofly Invited. ; ,.jBey. Barn ^B, a Chrletlan tninieter COUNTY NORMAL MEETS The Coiiiily Teacher's Normnl ' (i|K'nt'(i Mondiiy tiiuler Ihe niosl favorahle iitisplccs and is movint;' along nicely. County Siiperintcn-j (lent Dodson was on hand and in' charge of the opening exercises. First was the enrollment and second second a short talk by Senator Blassin- Minne, welcoming the teachers to Sallisaw, Sallisaw, and incidentally discussing some of the ciuestions which affecl the teacher and the teaching profession. profession. _ Ncxt^ was . a, general , ^n; noiincement by Supl. C. H. Murlin, who will have active charge of the work during the session. Mr. Murlin Murlin very ably outlined the policy which he intends to pursue and told just how he expects to conduct his work. Miss Pearson followed with a few remarks and was warmly received. received. She is from Edmond and will have charge of the primary work. The preliminaries over, the a.s.sign- ment of work for the individual began began and the normal "was off,"' the prospects being for a most successful successful session. We have arranged with the fai iilly to hiive someone report the sessions daily, hence you-may look for what is being done to appear in these columns columns from day to day. Names of teachers enrolled: Jeff Finney, W. F. .Stinnett, Kthe- lyn Ciiipe, Mary Swift, Lemuel Myers, Myers, E. H. Hass, Idelia I'arnell, C. A. Brown, 0. ('•. Cox, Eliza Meilink, .1. N. (iage, .1. N. Baker, Mabel McKeel, McKeel, Mrs. .1. H. Ice, \V. E. L. I'rice, Mrs. M. (). Moore, S. H. Cunningham, drover Harmon, Dona Bethel, Louis Whitning, .1. H. Gulley, Chloe Brodie, Mary Lai'wood, R. C. Silfingi Homer Larwood, W. L. Fox, .lacob Van Hal- teien, Shahih Sexton, .1. H. Waleup, J. M. Ki-umseik, .lames Bruce, Mary McCullough, W. R. Bass, Jennie Choate, Lottie Mammelt, Elizebelh Lindsey, Oscar Dcvenport, Delmer McCullough, Carrie Scott, Mary Dev- cnport, Perry Boydston, Willis Goodman, Goodman, Oracle Wheeler, Delia Copeland, Copeland, Mary Blackard, Willie Scott, R. L. Farmer, Willie Norvell, Hattie Hattie Haggard, Roy Turner, C. A. Bethel, Bethel, Kenneth Bonhani. .1. A. Kirk, Nera Cawlhon, Everett Parker, J. .M. Falin, Zona (^awthon .lesse Harre||, Harre||, Oren Horn, R. L. Heriing, 0. E. Cook, Charles Shackelford, Eula Norrid, Naoma Morrow, B. W. Logue, Martin F. Winn, C. C. Fears, Ruth Cook, A. S. Cox, Thomas E. Black, Frank Hopper, Maye McDonald, O. F. Roach, Donald Allen, B. F. Oliver, Mayme Terrell, Mrs. F. W. Ahrens, Mrs. Lillian Loggains, Mrs. Alic« Johnson, Cleo Blalack, J. C. Carren.s, Oscar Noble, C. H. Burrow, B. S. Myers, E. V. Dawson, J. W. Gatciey, Charles Byers, J. W. Gilbert, Thomas Thomas J. Biggs, Mary Tucker, Elmer Sanders, A. I-'rank Martin, Pearl Johnson, Jimmie Harrison, Mrs. Lcxa Williams, Connie Hutchinson, Mtirie Rivers and G. C. Dodson. UNITED IN FORT SMITH Earl McDonald and Miss Robbie Riggs surprised their friends Wednesday Wednesday by journeying to the Border City and getting married. Both of the contracting parties are well and favorably known here, being members of two of the best and most prominent families of the city. We congratulate them most heaftily and indulge the hope that their little barque, now sailing the sea matrimonial, will land in tbe haven of bliss which all newly-weds so earnestly and fervently desire and that peace ai)d plenty may attend attend them all the days of their lives.

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  1. The Star-Gazette,
  2. 18 Jun 1915, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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