JOPLIN GLOBE 22 Jan 1928 articles: Rev Billy Bain ALSO: article Southwest Missouri Railroad Company ..look up: 'christian county, missouri McCoy McConnell Bain 2 different articles

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disappeared early Friday on his way home from work. The coal mine strip pits north of Pittsburg were the chief scenes of the search. Searchers even made a thorough examination of Crawford Park, a large tract north of here, working on the theory that the engineer might have drowned himself there. Armstrong iu Charge. . In the search all empty buildings and mines were Investigated in the belief that Dewey may have met with foul play. The search is being conducted by Ross Armstrong, chief of police. Dewey's wife is under the doctor's care suffering from shock after she had learned of her rfu?- band's disappearance. The engineer was last seen at 12:30 o'clock Friday at Fifteenth street and Elm avenue by E. C. Buckley, a friend. They then walked to a point where they separated to go to their homes. It is believed that Dewey followed a short cut dowif railroad tracks leading southwestward toward his home. In this area are the treacherous strip pits. Authorities in all surrounding towns have been notified and a discriptlon of the engineer has been broadcast over a Kansas City radio station. PLANS BEING MADE TO ENTERTAIN MRS. HANNA Piclier, Okla., Jan. 21.—Plans are being made by the local T. W. C. A. board for the receiving of ]Mrs. John Hanna of Dallas, Tex., president of the Young Women's Christian Association of the United States, who will be in the district January 28 and 29. Mrs. Hanna will Lecture in Miami January 29. An effort will be made by the local board of Picher to show Mrs. Planna through the mining field that she may become more fanilliary with the living conditions in a mining community. Heavy Fire lioes Prevented. Webb City, Mo., Jan. 21.—Th« timely arrival of the fire department prevented heavy property loss for the Southwest Missouri Railroad Company this afternoon, when a trash fire caught to the roof of an oil hous,e adjoining the car barn. Chemicals were used in extinguishing the flames, which were spreading quickly into the building when firemen arrived. nev. Bra.shear in Charge. The general relief work has be,en under the supervision of the Rev. D. W. Brash ear. The committee serving on th.e Community Chest board is composed of W. T. Land rum, chairman; M. C. Connors, treasurer; D. W. Brashjear, J. W. Williams, J. H. Klinefelter, H. M. Eichols, H. F. Liee, Guy Forbes, Paul L. Heilman, Georg.e L. Kyme, Mrs. Clyde Hocker, Mrs. W. A. Windham, Mrs. Robbie Joseph Lampkln, Mrs. F. W. Harrison, Frank Moon, the Rev. Billy Bain and R. M. Patrick. Couple Kntcrtain. Picher, Okla., Jan. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hawkins of North Century, entertained a dozen friends at-dinner Friday night, the occasion being in observance of their fifth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. James Peake of Miami gave several com,edy songs in blade face makeup. An attraction of the evening was a Tom Thumb wedding with Mrs. Hawkins and Mr. Peake as the principals. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Jam.es Peake, of. Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ball of Commerce; Mr. and Mrs, Grover Haines of Joplln; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sldler of Columbus. The guests were schoolmates of the couple. Taylor Rites Today. Picher, Okla., Jan, 21.—Funeral services for Ernest R. Taylor, 44 years old, who died at 10. o'clock Friday morning at his home, 616 South Picher street, will be conducted at the Baptist church at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. The Rev. Blllie Bain, pastor; will officiate. Burial will be at Granby, Mo. Members of the Odd Fellow lodge • will have charge of the funeral of which Mr. Taylor was an active member. Pallbearers will be Frank Steele, Lee Stancoff, Otis Highley, Billy McWlllams, Charles Bullock and Howard Harrison. Mr. Taylor is survived by his widow, Mrs. Pearl Taylor and six children. He was connected with the Premier and New Chicago mines for more than twelve years,: coming to Picher ten years ago from Granby. Club Is Enteitainccl. Picher, Okla., .Tan. 21.—Thursday afternoon Mrs. R. E. Foreman, 513 South Vantage street, entertained members of the' Idle Hour Embroidery Club at ' Its regular meeting. The afternoon

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  1. Joplin Globe,
  2. 22 Jan 1928, Sun,
  3. Page 7

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