Pioneer News written by Lois Stark in The Neosho times(Neosho, Missouri) 11 May 1931
PIONEER NEWS (By Lois Stark) John Wagner lost one of his best horses Saturday afternoon. A short Mother's day program was enjoyed by all Sunday after the Sunday school hour. A bouquet of flowers was given to the oldest and youngest mothers present. Mrs. Long was the oldest and Mrs. Florence Coatney the youngest. youngest. They are 81 and 20 years of age, respectively. The young people's Sunday school class gave Louis Akin a surprise birthday party Saturday night. W. F. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hammons and small daughter of west of Falrview, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Francis of Wheaton and L. E. Stark and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchens, Sunday. Sunday. Aunt Effle Hutchens is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rhoda Black of Cassville, for a few days. Mrs. Dr. Free-land is on the sick list Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cordene •visited in the Lelan Stark home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mabel Wagner gave a dinner dinner for- her folks; Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Boyce, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyce, Mr. and Mra. John Campbell and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Was- shic, all of near Purdy; Mr. and Mra. John Montgomery and family, family, Mr. and Mra. T. F. Montgomery Montgomery of Brlcefleld, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coclinaki and son of Pierce City, Mrs. Agnea Carline of Pitta- burg, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Gahn and two small sons.