Hess Oct 6, 1932 The Democrat American

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Hess
Oct 6, 1932
The Democrat American - SYCAMORE NEWS The meeting held by. Bro. Davis...
SYCAMORE NEWS The meeting held by. Bro. Davis closed Wednesday night. Mrs. Tom Ford who has been seriously seriously ill for the past week is gradually gradually improving. We are all sorry that Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klohn have left our community and gone to make their home in Fay, Oklahoma. Mr. Klohn was our Bible teacher and Mrs. Klohn was intermediate intermediate teacher. They were the life of the young folks of this place. Mrs. T. M. Hess was elected Bible teacher and Mr. Richard Young Intermediate Intermediate teacher. Mrs. Bertha Anderson spent Saturday Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. Ballard. Ballard. Mr. John Harris and Bro. Gambrel from Vian took dinner with T. M. Hess Sunday. Visitors at the Tom Ford home Sunday Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Combs and' small son, Mr. and Mis. Ewln Gesviner and small daughter from Vian, Mr. and Mrs. Delever Trueblood, Mrs. Ella Stewart, Miss Helen Hames and mother, Mrs. Hames, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson, Miss Thelma Duffield, Mrs. T. M. Hess and daughter" Lynn. Miss Delilah Ballard spent Sunday with Mrs. Versa Hess. Misses Myrtle and Edia Thomason spent a while with Misses Mayme and LJbbie Duffield Sunday night. Visitors at the Ford home Saturday Saturday night were: Mrs. Leah Singleton, Mrs. Edna Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stewart, Mrs. Versa Hess and Mrs. T. M. Hess and daughter, Lynn. Miss Maxgret Leonard and girl friend from Badger Lee spent Saturday Saturday night and Sunday visiting Miss Leonard's sister, Mrs. Bill Stewart. Miss Frances Keck and Okla Anderson Anderson spent a while - with Lynn Hess Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Huddleston and Miss Marjorie Duffield motored to Fort Smith Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Jackson are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craghead. . ;r . Mrs. Emma Keck arid children visited visited her mother, Mrs. Anderson Sunday. Sunday. Mr. Marry Moss spent Saturday with Sam Hess. Mrs. John Cotner and L. H. Jackson Jackson spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Bess Young. Bro. Davis spent Monday night with Mr. Richard Young. Bro. Gambrel from Vian preached an interesting ssermon Sunday. Mr. Malcolm Moss called on Miss Thelma Duffield Saturday night.

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The Democrat-American (Sallisaw, Oklahoma)06 Oct 1932, ThuPage 7
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