Pioneer News 20 Aug 1931
PIONEER Dr. and Mrs. Freeland •"-"• aim iurs. i< reeiann wprt> dinner ™* Lev , Rayi gunday a Mrs ' Mr ' * nd Mrs " Lelan stark vis- '.. * lr ' * n * Mp f' Lelan Stark vis ' ! lte j ™J th th * latter 's Parents, Mr. '. *"* Mr »- Columbus Eden, near Purdy, Sunday. Purdy, Sunday. Roy Akin is on the sick list at present. Miss Lena Stark and small cousin, Gertrude Hutchens, returned returned home Sunday after a few days' visit with their grandfather, grandfather, W. F. Stewart and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hammonds, west of Fairvlew. Rex McMillen, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McMillen, Is sick at present. Mrs. Maggie Hutchens and children children spent the day at her brother's, brother's, J. T. Stewart's, in Wheaton, Monday, helping can corn. Mrs. Emma Jones and small granddaughter, Catherine McMillen, McMillen, returned home Saturday evening evening after a week's visit with the former's son, Jim Davis, of near Stella. Clinton Harper and Miss Crickard Crickard of Picher, Okla., and Miss Dorothy Harper of Joplin visited with home folks, Sunday.