Hess Aug 6, 1931 The Democrat American
here every day during the season and a large canning factory established. So don't get the, blues, but push ahead with the Improvements. 0. 8. Marshal C. B. Rhodes Monday captured a grip full of "booze"-on the evening train from Fort Smith, but there was no claimant. He took the grip to the court house, where Judge Browne ordered the contents "spilled". The Quesenbury, Wheeler and kel- leam large peach orchards have,-yielded have,-yielded very heavily of nice rich fruit, which found ready sale at "good prioesj this season. O .; 1 ENTERTAINS SUNDAY SCHOOL Mrs. R. G, Scott and Mrs. Bob Fitg- simmons entertained the'Junior class of the Badger Lee Sunday school Sun day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Scott. A number of games were played after after which refreshments were served to the following pupils: Bernice, Cleo and Clifford Fttzsimmotts, Mary Catherine and Maxine Rider, Joe-, Deemal, Elsie Arleene, Selma, Maudie, Jack and Charles Brooks, Mabel and Carlie Ellis, W. R. Masterson, Lola and Ethel Keith, Herma Steely and Hou ston Kee. \ —>• ° HE USED A BOTTLE FOR HIS POSTOFFICE CHRISTIAN CHURCH MULDROW NEWS ITEMS Answer to a«note, enclosed in a hot.-, tie and dropped into the Mississippi river near St. Louis last summer, has been received by Byron Newton. In August last year Byron accompanied his brother, Fred, for several months on his swim down the Mississippi. The reply received by Byron was from Natchez, Miss. The bottle was found by Alonzo Barnes near Natchez and answered by his daughter. . a : RAISE $10,000 FOR USE IN PROPOGATION OF QUAIL The following will be our order of servioes for next Lord's Day, Aug. 9th. Bible School 9:45 a. m. The morning ch«rch service will start promptly at 10:55, subject "God's Address To The Careless". The Christian Endeavor meets at 7:15 p. m. Our evening hour of Worship will begin at 8:15,. subject, "Walking With God". If. you are a. member of Christ's. Local Kingdom, the church, we are naturally expecting expecting you to be present at the above mentioned services. For In so doing you prove to God the Father, Christ the Son, and the world at large, that you do~ appreciate tHe~~Sf forts apo~n the part of God our Father, Christ our Savior," and the early Christian martyrs, martyrs, in giving us a religion that means a better life here in' this world, and the. assurance of an' eternal life, In that great spiritual World that is beyond, beyond, where we shall share the blessings blessings and riches, that are beyond the' Imagination of mortal mind, that will be supplied out of the infinite wisdom of God. If you are not a" member of the local church, and are not in attendance elsewhere, we urge you just as earnestly earnestly to be present for these services, for in so doing your presence will be a great help to us, and we shall endeavor to make the services helpful to you. Come let us worship together. E. R. HALL. Minister. o MOUNTAIN VIEW NEWS School attendance is good. ' Mrs. E. L. Kyle and daughter, Kitty of Gore were guests of Mr. and Mrs Jas Kyle last Thursday. Mrs. M. E. Price and daughter Jessie Jessie entertained the young folks with a party Saturday night. Everybody SEWING CLUB Mrs. C. JB. Blackard entertained the Eastern Star Sewing Club last Thurs day afternoon. Those present were: Mrs. Edd Blackard, Mrs. E. P. Henry, Mrs. Grace Lewis, Mrs. Geneva Dailey Mrs. J. K. Poague, Mrs. J. E.'Poague Mrs. Mick Anibel, Mrs. Joe Zoroddu, Ethel Levy and Callie Faulkner.' Refreshments Refreshments were served by the Host It ft Monday for Arkansas, where he will spend a few days with his brother, Milton Moore and Mrs. Moore. Miss Lynn Hess spent the past week at Stillwater; attendinsM3re~4-H Club"l meeting. She returned hone}| Sunday evening. She reported a nice time Ray Klohn and T. M. Hess took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Carmen Carmen Saturday. T. M. Hess has returned home from Evening Shade where he has been s-pandlng a few days with Mr. and Mrs. S. Stubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Buck visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Carmon Sunday, Visitors at the- Craghead home Sunday Sunday afternoon were.^ • Mr. and Mrs, Booster Ballard, Mr! and Mrs. Dixie Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Craghead, Misses Virgie and Clara Brumley and Lynn Hess. . Mrs. Dick Anderson visited Mrs, John Wallace Sunday. Maryann Brumley visited her sister, Mrs. Dora Keck Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Walters visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Keck Saturday. o NEWS FROM SHORT Organization of the Oklahoma Quail Propogation association has been completed completed with the raising of $10,000 to establish the first unit of a state quail hatchery as its first objective. The money is to be raised by contribution contribution from 2,000 quail enthusiasts. Contribution of $5 each is being asked by -leaders of the drive. ••- Sportsmen believe the plan will be cheaper and more successful than buying quail on the Mexican border and transplanting them in Oklahoma. Dr. A. C. Hirschfield, leader of the movement, was elected head of the organization. Other officers are John Oatlett, Tulsa, first vice-president Forest E. Taylor, Oklahoma City, second vice-president; Gus Payne, Oklahoma City, secretary, and State Treasurer Ray O. Weems, treasurer. EVENING SHADE NEWS Sunday school was well attended Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Donakey went to Vian Saturday. Eulis Patterson and Buck Thornton spent Sunday with Cecil McConnell. Rev. Charley Davis called on Mr. S Stubbs Tuesday evening. Mr. Jess Randies visited Mr. Wood Randies Friday evening. Mr. Klrby Kerr visited the Williams home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Anna Shaw is on the sick list this week. Rev. Gid Wright preached at this place Saturday night, Sunday and Monday night. . Mr, and Mrs. Henry McConnell and sister of Louisiana spent a few days with his father, H. S. McConnell and Mrs. McConnell. Sam Wright of Dewey visited his brother, Riley Shaw Tuesday night and Wednesday. T. M. Hess spent the past week working working for S. Stubbs, Mrs. Ellen Thornton and grand daughter, Lucille spent Friday- night with Mrs. Jess Randies and children. Mr. X. Fink and Mr. Camera called on Mr. S. Stubbs Thursday mornnig. Miss Ellen, Emma and Sadie McCoy apentrSunday and Sunday night with relatives of this place. Everybody come to prayer meeting Saturday and Sunday night. Mrs. Bessie Patterson visited Mrs E. E. Donakey Monday. o Sequoyah County Free Fair, Sept. reported a good time. Opal Caughman spent the week-end with Susie Diffee. Manuel Price will leave next week for Stillwater where he will attend . and M. College this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Clark were Saturday Saturday night visitors of MT. and Mrs. Lue Ball of Brushy. Frances Kyle of Stilwell visited Jessie-and-Margaret Jessie-and-Margaret Price Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Renegar have returned returned to their home in Tulsa after a weeks visit with the latters mother, Mrs. Chas. Long. Those who visited the school Friday were Loyd McKinney, Evert Long, Lowell and Felix Denton, Ervin Sherwood, Sherwood, Willard Kyle, Gussie McClanahan, McClanahan, Susie Diffee and Golen Ales. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Wess Ellis Sunday were Mrs. Grant Denton and children, Mrs. Jess Dunn and Children, Mrs. Ales and Mrs. Pete Ale3. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denton and Mrs. Betty Denton attended the singing singing convention at Fields Chapel Sunday. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Armor of Wagoner Wagoner are the guests this week of Mrs. Armor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long. —' o SYCAMORE NEWS Mrs. Edna Bishop and small daughters, daughters, Mary Nell and Bonnie and Bettie Roberts of Muskogee, and Nell Cooper of Vian spent Wednesday night and Thursday with Mrs. Bishop and Miss Cooper's sister, Mrs. Versa Hess and Mr. Hess. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hess are the proud parents pf a 10 Lb. baby girl, born August first. Mrs. Lizzie Ballard entertained the young folks of this place with a dance Friday night. Mrs. Edna Bishop of Muskogee and Sam Hess visited his sister, Mrs. Florence Forrest and family of Box Thursday. Ray Klohn called on Wilbur Borin Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Leon Cupp and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stutt Pratt and son Kennith Kennith spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mm Wallace Tweedy. Several from TihTs place attended the singing convention at Fields Chapel 8unday. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Williams Jr., and sons, Nolen Dean and Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klohn spent Sunday Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam" Hess. Bill Moore of Tulsa who his been visiting his mother, Mrs. T. M. Hess - Short—played-EvensviHe—on- - their local diamond Saturday and carried off a score of 7 to 4. Also played Fort Smith Sunday on our diamond, we won this by three points. , Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hammers and family of Whttefield, Ark. were weekend weekend guests at this place. Curtis Baldridge of Carthige, Missouri Missouri and Miss Callie Blackbird of Maple spent the past week visiting friends and relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ewing and family of Olive will spend the next week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Reeder. George Newman is spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Stites. Miss Verda Threnthom of Texarkana will spend the rest of the summer visiting friends, and relatives at this place. Maudeen Speir was a Friday night guest of Miss Lorene Johns. Miss Marie Johns spent—Friday-af--^j ternoon with Miss Roberta Boahannon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stites of Pine Mountain spent the week-end with Mr. Stites' mother, Mrs. Ellen Stites. Miss Elberta and Trudie London of Nicut were guests of their grand parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huston London. Clarence Fears of Unlontown spent Saturday night with Julius Roasting ear. Miss Winnie Carter was a Saturday night guest of Miss Mina Speir. Miss Inadean Vann was a~ supper guest of her mother, Mrs. H. B. Richardson Richardson Sunday. Mrs: Bob Jeremiah and small son, Junior, spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Roastingear and Mr. Roastingear. Mina and Maudeen Speir spent Wednesday afternoon with Miss Dora Roastingear. Frank Vann will spend the next few months with his sister, Mrs. Elmer Boahannon of Roland. Bigger and Better than ever. Sequoyah Sequoyah County Free Fair at Sallisaw, Sept, 30, Oct. 1-2-3. ; 0 The full equivalent of senior work must be completed in residence before a student may receive a degree from the University of Oklahoma. A lot of boys nowadays don't know how to harness a horse, but they are right there when it-comes to necking, Some men, when they are elected to office, think they are God. Nothing is so rotton as a small town row.