Numerous Hess articles Mar 3, 1932 The Democrat American

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The Democrat American - program. Please come again Friday night, March...
program. Please come again Friday night, March 4th and come prepared to help us. We'd surely appreciate it. Our Sunday school is progressing nicely. Guess there is no room to kick] as long as folks seem Interested. i We were glad to have Miss Minnie Walker and Mr. Clarence Bearce visit our Sunday school Sunday. They have promised to come again. Mrs. J. B. Williford is the proud mother of a new son. Misses Ethyle Carter, Minnie Green, Messrs Joe Franklin and Bill Johnston were picniclng and horse-back riding Sunday. Everyone seems to be proud of the new stage and the rearrangment of our community building. Little Misses Margarett Lessley and Pauline Clabpurlne were overnight gusets at the J. P. Rhoads home Wednesday. Miss Hazel Springwater and Orville Childress gave her folks quite a sur prise when they married the 17th of February. •' Mr. and Mrs. Slaton -Palmer visited at the C. W. Sparkman home Sunday. The Jess Patrick family and .Mrs Vester Jones from Redland visited at the Wess Wagers home Sunday. Misses Hazel and Velma -Floyd of Redland spent Wednesday night with Oracle Brunk. Minnie Green spent Saturday night with Ethyle Carter of Gans. Mrs. Will Evans arid daughter Mildred and other relatives from Roland visited at the Ivey Green home Sunday. Everyone, let's come to Sunday school Sunday. There is nothing that boosts a community more than a good Sunday school. —O : EVENING SHADE PEOPLE WELCOME THE KENNEDYS We are glad t ohave Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy to move in our settlement and hope they will like Evening Shade Mrs. A. E. Patterson and daughter. Klessie visited Mrs. Jess Rhandel Tuesday. Mrs. Riley Shaw and Ora Hess visited Mrs. E. E. Ronakey Monday at Box. Mr. and Mrs- Frank Stubbs made a trip Wednesday. to Marble. .City. Mrs. Tuff Anderson visited Mrs. Martha Stubbs Wednesday and also Mrs. Anderson visited Mrs. Ellen Thornton Wednesday evening. There was prayer meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stubbs Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mayhan and chll "Eubanks. Second Grade: John E. Thornton, Paul Hess, Cornelius Cheater, Esther Barnoakie. Fourth Grade: Lorene Cowan, Marie Hess, Sarah Barnoakie. . o— SEVEN OAKS WON FROM SLOAN CHAPEL, DEFAULT There was no ball game Friday evening because Sloan Chapel failed to come. School is progressing nicely. Miss Mildred Miller visited school Friday. We were sorry to hear of Miss Hazel Reed moving to Akins. Miss Mary - Vann visited Sunday .with Miss Mae Houser. Mrs. John Sovlngton and children Mr. Roy and Beaut Barnes and Dave Lindsey visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barnes Sunday. Miss Georgia Fine took dinner with Miss Pluma Peters Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jordan and children, Mrs. L. A. Miller and daughter, Mildred visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Houser and family Sunday. Misses Anny Lee and Mary Lue Peters took dinner with Miss Imogene Mobley Sunday* Charles, Betty Sue and Don L. Scott nf Sallisaw visited Saturday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wright. Miss Anny Lee and Mary Lue Peters spent Sunday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Vann visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Glass. Miss Beulah B Woodward of Maple was the supper guest of Miss Pluma Peters Monday evening. Mr. and. Mrs, Ted Peters of Akins spent Tuesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Miller. Miss Georgia Hickle spent Sunday afternoon with Misses Anny Lee and Mary Lue Peters. ^ o SYCAMORE FARM WOMEN MET AT HESS HOME Mr S g. stubbs'Thursday, Dessle Perry of near Marble spent Thursday night with Mr. an d Mrs . Frank Stubbs. EUen Thornton visited Mr. and MJ - s Rhandel Friday, jvTi-. Sam Hess of Sycamore took with his grand parents, Mr. an( x Mrs. S. Stubbs Friday, Golden will spend Saturday a n9' Sunday visiting with her parents uear Marble City, Wesley Hess have been attend- mg singing regular at Black Gunj.^ PLAY TO BE GIVEN IN AKINS COMMUNITY SOON There will be a play, "Sonny" put on at this place soon. Watch for the date. Sunday school was well attended Sunday. We were sorry that bur superintendent, Mrs. Mary Masterson, couldn't be with us. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reader of Prices Chapel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Comal Fine. Mr. Buddie Humphrey, who is at- The "Farm Women's Club", met with Mrs. T. M. Hess Tuesday afternoon. Four new members joined the club. They were Mrs. W. T. Moss, Mrs. J. T. Ford, Mrs. Richard Young and Mrs. Roy Klohn. The next meeting will also be at the home of Mrs. Hess, the fourth Tuesday in March. The demonstration will be. "Yard Improvement". We will' meet in the morning. Rev. Gamble filled his regular appointment here Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craghead, Mr. and Mrs. Booster Ballard and Mrs. George Craghead visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Craghead Sunday. Myrtle, Edia and Wesley Thomas of Vian visited Marjorie and Llbbie Duffield Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Gamble and • sons, Erbie arid Charles visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Borin Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Williams Jr and sons of Vlan spent Sunday visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hess and family Mr. Carrington and daughter, Vifgle visited Mr. and Mrs. Buck Sunday af ternoon, Those who visited Miss Ola Craghead Sunday were: Misses Lynn Hess, Francis Keck and Reva and Mildred Pulliam. Mr. Thurman Tweedy entertained his many friends with a play party Thursday night. Everyone reported a nice time. Mr. Erbie Hollis of Vian spent Saturday night with Oscar Borin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klohn visited Mr. and Mrs. G. J, Oarmon Sunday. Mrs. Buck and Mrs. Ballard visited Mrs. Eva Ford Tuesday afternoon. ' MiSS Marjorie Duffield- - -attended church at Viari Friday night. Mr. Wilbur Borin and Mr. T. M Hess called on Richard Young Thursday morning. Emory and Marrion Hess spent Sat- urdey afternoon visiting their Aunt, Mrs. Ray Klohn. Sam Hess visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Stubbs of Evening Shade Friday. Everyone come to Sunday school Sunday. o HORN CHAPEL WON FROM BUFFINGTON CAGE TEAM flngton spent Saturday afternoon* Mir. and Mrs. L. R. Horn- Rev. C. E. Kennedy visited WBt- George Brewer Sunday aftercstott Those who are confined ton Htarar home with the measles are; Wiatpn < and Bernice Kennedy and Juncwn tsruT Betty Janice Horn. Mrs. L. R. Horn spent W&dinfaK With Mrs. Grace Colvert. Mrs. Anna Porter and da yjfgt T„ Julia spent a while with Mrs. iSKe Friday afternoon. Mrs. Oherrie Flpps spent WednMBaff with Mrs. C. E. Kennedy: Andy and Beulah Slxkiiler JtpoaC Friday night a tthe home of L. R- «&Rte o LONG COMMUNITY HAS? THREE EXPERT FISKBRK m Mr. tending school at Tahlequah spent the dren visited at the home of Mr. and j week-end with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lessley and children of Sallisaw, Mrs. Burnell Lessley, Miss Tress Walters and Mrs. J. P. Wickett spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. S. J. Lessley. Gladys Faulkner spent a while Sunday afternoon with Pluma Barnes. Mrs. Jeff Dysart and daughter, Flora of Sallisaw spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Hooper Parsons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gay. John Palmer, Holet Lessley' and Eulan Wickett spent Sunday afternoon Buffington basketball girls played Horn Chapel girls Friday on the Horn Chapel court. Buffington was defeated. There is quite a bit of sickness in .this community. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Edgmon and family spent Saiurdya night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Borax Edgmon and family. Rev. Atkerson of Sadie preached at this place Sunday and Sunday night. Miss Hazel Coble spent Sunday with Miss Julia Porter. Mr. and MrsT" Jim Patton of Buf- Jasper Boyd, Claud Parris axiS Raymond Sutton went fishing aster— day evening. Mrs.'JI. E. Siftton was the gms at" Mrs. Ben Whisenhunt Saturday- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Whlsenhucft «as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. EC. 8fc «tt Wednesday night. Miss Lucille Barflngton visrcocs Sber sister, Mrs. Annie Green Satunfinr. Miss Geneva Green spent Satwflas night and! Sunday with Miss SHifoy Cole. Mr. Artie Brooks visited Miss Lrasille Buffington Friday night. Church was well attended Satnrfiay and Sunday nights: Mrs. Nannie Ed Wards spane -tExv week-end with her daughter, Mr in*d Mrs. Aaron Johnson of ROIanc- Mrs; Lydle Shagley of Meelter is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. SootJ and family. Miss Jessie Sutton spent Sunday as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Chapman of New Hope. Mrs. Newt Cole visited Mrs .&. O. Bufflngton and family Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Price of Meeker, Okla. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. JL . Scott and family. 0 1 SINGING SCHOOL STARTS IN SHORT NEIGHBORHOOD; We started our ten-night school Monday night with Mr. Smith of - Roland as teacher Sunday school was well atteimdb£t and also singing Sunday nighfe. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Richardson: off" Nicut were dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. Ernest Jones Sunday. Mr. Lorence White had as his i Sunday, Mr. Sequoyah arid: LeoOESVH Jones. Guests at the Spear home Su«rf*y were: Mr. Hass Johnson, Misses SSOK. Vann and Mayme Speir of NJculL Marcus Boyd spent Wednsa^Q^ night as the guest of Floyd Caniig&riBl Trudie London spent Sunday Lorerie and Marie Johns. , Remember Sunday school next S<HH.-day at 10:30 sharp.

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