Hess Jul 9, 1931 The Democrat American
SYCAMORE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klohn visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hess Sunday. Miss Florence and Wulle Oupp visited visited Mrs. Cochran Friday afternoon. Buck Bassham was in Vian Sunday. Visitors at the Hess home Thursday 1 and Thursday night were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Slubbs and sons, Jack and Robert and Miss Mable Cole of Persh Ing, Okla. and Mrs. 8. Stubbs of Even ing Shade, Mrs. 8. Stubbs will visit her son at Pershing for the next month. Frank Stubbs spent Thursday morning morning withT. M. Hess. Ray Klohn called on John Pulltam Wednesday morning. Tom Hess, Sam Hess, Frank Cupp and son, Rube Johnson, Jim Bassham visited Ray Klohn Sunday. Miss Francis Keck and Okla Ander son visited Rena and Mildred Pulliam Sunday. Mrs. Wilbur Barin visited Mrs. John Walace Sunday. Mrs. Frank Cupp and daughters, Wll ivi^o. * iimv w^,^ ....^ ....^^..vx..^, .... lle and Nada were visiting Thursday _ IL afternoon. Ernest Crawson and William Thomas attended the roping Saturday. Drewry Wallace and Douglas Thomas Thomas visited Walter and Oscar Borin Sunday. Ervln Milligan. and Georgia Milllgan visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cochran Sunday. School will start at this place the second Monday in July. Sam Stubbs, Bud Cole and daughters Mable and Jessie spent Monday and Monday night at the Hess home. Mrs. Estella Keck and Dora Keck spent Wednesday with Mrs. Eva Ford. Theodore KecR and Anna McNabb visited Mrs. Eva Ford Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Jackson and son spent Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craghead. Mrs. Lee Gragg and small son is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jim Cochran and Mr. Cochran. Homer Cochran spent Thursday at the Jim Cochran home Rev. Self will be with us again next Sunday. Everyone come. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Moore and son, George of Spadra, Arkansas visited his mother, Mrs. T..M. Hess and Mr. Hess Sunday. Billlo Carter called at the Hess home Sunday. T. M. Hess and Prank Cupp called on Rev. Spyres Sunday afternoon. John Stewart called on Roy Klohn Sunday evening.