Numerous Hess articles Oct 15, 1931 The Democrat American

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Numerous Hess articles
Oct 15, 1931
The Democrat American - EVENING SHADE NEWS Rev. Charley Sprinkles of...
EVENING SHADE NEWS Rev. Charley Sprinkles of Braggs. preached at this place Saturday and Sunday nights. Mrs. Bell Smith and mother-in-law and Mrs. Ethyl Riley visited Mrs. Bessie Bessie Patterson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. McConnell visited visited Mr. and Mrs. Smith Thornton Sunday. Sunday. Those who visited at the Hess home Sunday were: Miss Cordelia Epperson, Earl Bleavsns, and Dick Epperson of Blapkgum. Wesley Hess and Monroe Donakey attended the Fair at Sallisaw Saturday. Saturday. Harrison Hess and Earl Bleavens took dinner with Monroe Donakey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tuff Anderson and children spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skaggs. Clem Skaggs of Snake Creek attended attended church at this place Saturday night. Several folks attended church at the Stubbs home Sunday .evening. Wesley Hess spent Saturday night with James Anderson of Watts. Monroe Spyres and Mr. Followell of Marble City visited with Walter Hess a while Sunday. Mrs. E. E. Donakey called at the Hess home a while Wednesday morning. Mrs. A. E. Patterson and daughter, Clessie took supper at the Donakey home Sunday night. Rev. E. E. Konakey visited Jim Courtney of Box Wednesday. Mrs. Clara Keown and sons, Billie Jack and Sidney Don visited her parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Stubbs Thursday. Thursday. Floyd Prater of Chelsa was a business business visitor at ttys place Thursday. Wesley Hess spent Wednesday night with Eulis Patterson. * Jewell Donakey visited Ora Hess a while Thursday morning. , Everybody come to Sunday school and prayer meeting. o rtLACK JACK NEWS Miss Geneva Wilson has been sick for the past week. We all hope she will soon recover. Rev. Eli Furr held services here Sunday Sunday morning. He moved here recent­ ly, from Fort Smith, Ark. where he was formerly connected with the Nazarene Holllness church. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Butcher left Monday Monday for Haratio, Ark. They intend to spend quite a while with their daughter, daughter, Mrs. Ferris Webb. Mrs. Lloyd Butcher and daughter, Mildred spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Butcher. Ranold Wilson, Virgil Owings, Jessie Whiteside, Inez Allen, Opal Hendryx and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dobbs were guests at the M. C. Allen home Sunday. Miss Arel Allen spent Saturday night at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Abb Allen of Mineral Springs. School will probably start here the 26th of October. A large attendance is expected In both rooms. Mineral Springs and Black Jack will play ball here next Sunday. a—SYCAMORE a—SYCAMORE NEWS Rev. Self, filled his regular appointment appointment here Sunday. Mrs. Callie Jackson and son, Jim- mle Sam and Clarabell and Beulah Jackson spent Saturday with Mrs. Sam Craghead. Mrs. Beulah Tweedy and two daughters, daughters, Elsie and Letta Fay called on Mrs. T. M. Hess Friday morning. , Ola Craghead visited with her sis- teF Mrs. Fannie Ballard Sunday. Mrs. Pratt called on Mrs. Versa Hess a while Saturday morning. Charlie Cochran and family are visiting his brother, Jim Cochran. Mrs. Cora Walters spent a while Saturday morning with Mrs. Eva Ford. Rev. Self dined wij;h Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hess Sunday. Charley Russill and Claude Ballard visited Buck Bassham Sunday mornr ing. Mr. and Mrs. Clenahan and two daughters, Myrtle and Edia visited Mrs. Wallace of near Marble Sunday. Rev. Self was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hess Sunday night. Dr. Loyd Tackett of Vian was visiting visiting friends of this place Sunday. Miss Lynn Hess returned home Thursday afternoon after attending the Judging school at Muskogee. Mr. and Mrs. Branscum, Mrs. Moss' necessary, relined and Malcolm visited at the Hess home Thursday afternoon. Clara Brumley called on Mrs. Grltts Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Yandell and family family visited his mother, Mrs. Betty Yandell Sunday. Alvln Anderson of this place left Wednesday to Join the Navy. Theron Stewart from Webbers Fall is visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stewart. Mrs. Wilbur Borin has been caring for Mrs. L. M. Pulliam during her illness. illness. Mrs. Neoma Pratt visited her mother, mother, Mrs. Floyd Combs this week. Preaching was rained out Sunday night. Everybody come to Sunday school Sunday. o MOTOR ADJUSTMENT WILL SOON BE NECESSARY With the coming of the wide temperature temperature ranges experienced at this season of the year, the motorist wlH find it to his advantage to have the motor returned and adjusted, according according to M. D. Douglas, General Parts and Service Manager of the Chevrolet Chevrolet Motor Company. , "One of the distinct advantages of the modern automobile over its early predecessors is found in the fact that the motor today can be adjusted to give maximum performance in all seasons. seasons. A motorist who drives through the winter with a car adjusted to summer summer weather conditions deprives him•self him•self of much of the car's capacity for performance and needlessly increases its operating expense," Mr. Douglas said. The carburetor should be checked, and the valves should be adjusted to prevent loss of compression. The ignition ignition system, especially the timing, should be cleaned thoroughly and checked for proper adjustment; the proper functioning of the ignition system system is essential to easy starting on cold mornings. • Other suggestions made by Mr. Douglas include a thorough flushing out and"cleaning of the cooling system; draining and flushing the crankcase and refilling^ with a good grade of oil. And, perhaps most important of all, the brakes should be adjusted, or, if

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