neosho times 6 jul 1933 lee stinson

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neosho times 6 jul 1933 lee stinson - SPURGEON Mr. and Mrs. Murril Stinson and...
SPURGEON Mr. and Mrs. Murril Stinson and children and Mrs. Monroe De- Graffenreid of Hockervllle Okla., spent the 4th with Mrs. Stinson's and Mr. - DeGraffenreid's sister. Stinson of Cedar Creek . neighborhood. Mr - and Mrs - Roy Johnson spent tne 4th at Mra Johnson's parents' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cogbill. We are glad to report Mrs. W. R. Urle as improving, altrough slowly. She is now able to sit up part of the time. Bill Layne is no better"" at this writing. The hot dry weather makes it hard for him. He has been confined to his bed for some time. We surely are needing rain in our community. burning up. Murril Stinson Everything is . family of Hockerville, Okla., spent~M6nday night with Mr. Stinson's brother, Andy Stinson, north of Spurgeon. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Craig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burkhart and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stinson Dinner and supper wero cooked on a camp fire on the creek and the hot afternoon was spent swimming in Cedar creek. The Saturday Night Club met with Mr^-and Mrs. Lee Stinson last Saturday night with twelve members present They were entertained out in the big front yard. The Jolly Sunshine club met. with Mrs. Mae Johnson on Thursday with fourteen members present Two members were Initiated, Mrs. Bernard Pittman and Mra Arch Anderson. The afternoon was spent in games and . conversation. Plans are being made for the annual picnic. FEDERAL FARM LOANS Applications will now be considered for loans on well-located

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  1. The Neosho Times,
  2. 06 Jul 1933, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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