Mr and Mrs Bud Cotner and Tom Hess Oct 22, 1931 The Democrat American
o SYCAMORE NEWS Visitors at the Frank Cupp home Friday afternoon were, Tom Hess, Ray Klohn, Levi McCoy and Lee Yandell. Mrs. Leon Cupp and daughter, Florence Florence and Mrs. Ida Klohn-called on Mrs. T. M. Hess and daughter, Lynn, Monday morning. Sam Hess who has" been visiting relatives relatives near Gore for the past few days returned home Saturday. Malcomb Moss and Billie Carter of Vian called on T. M. Hess Tuesday af ternoon. Jim Jackson and daughters, Clarabell and Bulah spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keck and family. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sheldon and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Jack son and son spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craghead. Mrs. Ray Klohn spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Martha Williams. Mrs. Lizzie Anderson spent from Sunday until Thursday visiting her son Bob Anderson of Vian. Lynn Hess visited Morjorie and Libbie Libbie Duffield Sunday. Mrs. Leon Cupp and children visited Mrs. Jim Cochran Sunday. Visitors at the Sam Hess home Sun day were, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klohn George Craghead and Claude Ballard Mrs. Opal Paden and little son, Linard visited her mother Mrs. Rich' ard Young Sunday. Mrs. Anderson and daughter, Opal visited Mrs. Tweedy Monday. Alvin Anderson visited his sister, Mrs Thornton of Evening Shade Saturday night and Sunday. Jim and Homer Cochran called on Sam Hess Monday. Lynn Hess visited Mrs. . Tweedy Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Cupp and Florence visited Mrs. Yandell and Mrs. Stewart Thursday. Miss Vola Yandell visited her brother Lee Yandell and Mrs., Yandell Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cotner called on Mr. and Mrs. im Crochron Sunday Tom Ford visited Tom Hess Sunday afternoon. Wallace Tweedy and son left for Texas Sunday. There was no Sunday school Sun day on account of the absence of the superintendent. Everyone come back Sunday and we'll try again.