Seaton-Barrett-Vinita-19291105

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Seaton-Barrett-Vinita-19291105 - VINITA VIDRNON WUO'MLL, Carrier Phone ,176-J...
VINITA VIDRNON WUO'MLL, Carrier Phone ,176-J parents, 'her M*. west returned days the Re- L. - of services the; different the p. for A of Mrsi M. the L'men Shower Members of the Holv Ghost /of ' at a church Rnye a surprise party 1'ct the Kev> T, F, Krahier 1'riduy night. The members met.at tne church and quietly went to Iris home, wliere they piesented Fatu er Kramer with u wonder!ul array of fine linens for his new honw. The Reverend Kramer made an appropriate appropriate talk ot appreciation. The new rectory will soon be .ready tor occupancy and then 'the Reverend Kramer has planned to do some repair work on the church . and build a new one in the near, future. Masons to JlcAlcster Charles H; Reidemann, C. C. Long, and Dr. C. R. Griffith are at M'cAlester attoniling the consistory consistory • of. thirty-third' ; and thirty- aecond degree Masonry Sunday evening. A banquet Was held at the Consistory Country club, where 160; plates were laid. The Vinitans are expected to return Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. King and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Linton had as guests last week-end Mr. and Mrs, Ira Pilkington, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smoot .and Miss Mildred Pilkington, of Parsons, Kas. Mrs. J. F. Trotter has returned from a visit at the hon\e of her daughter at Ganey. Kas. Colran Johnson arrived Saturday Saturday evening 'from Hominy to visit over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Johnson, who have the Johnson Cabin camp on Highway Highway 66, east of Vinita. Mrs. Pat Shannon has gone to Oklahoma City, where., she will visit her parents for the next few Mrs. Francis Johnston of Miami, district deputy for the Royal Neighbors of America, was in Vinita Monday working on a' big class adoption. In the afternoon she was accompaniui to Adair by Mrs. M. J. Spauldimr, Mrs. F. M. Ha\vn and Mrs. Bertha Sheesley. Mrs. Johnston expects to work in the Adair district soon. Word was received Monday evening by Mrs, S. H. Bland that her brother. Gregory Dale, died in St. Joseph. Mo. Oct. 31. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Seaton and familv of Bartlesville visited over 606—Phones—607 Sunday with Mis. Kt-atun's brother, brother, Lee Barrett and family. Mr, and Mrs. C. B. McKissick are the parents of a babj boy, born Nov. 3., He has been named Billie Howard, Ewing Halsell has returnee 1 from a business visit at his ranch in Texas. Mrs. T. C. Collins, Miss Nannie Collins and Charles H. Collins motored motored to Tulsa Sunday to visit Mrs. Collins' brother. John R, Skinner, who has been ill for some time, Mrs Ida Buffinglon and son, Zeke Buffington. 0 C Caney, Kas., visited Sunday at the home of W. E. Bell. Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Wilma Bel) accompanied them to Miami Monday morning, Edgar Baker, former Craitr county treasurer, but now with the state tag department at Oklahoma Oklahoma City, is spending a few days with his family in Vinita. There will be a pie and box supper supper at -Shanahan schoolhouse Nov. 8. Miss Ruth Hunt of Vinita is tha .teacher, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. XVi C, Wright were called • to Picher .Sunday by the 'Serious illness of a" relative, who is .in : a hospital at that place. . Mr. and Mrs, Herman Mitchell of Fayetteville, Ark., are the parents parents of a baby boy. Mr. Mitchell 'is a former Vinita boy. W. J. Smith and son of De^vey, Okla.. • were in Vinita the latter part of. last week attending to business matters. The Smiths were formerly .of Welch, but now own one:of the finest poultry farms in" thf statf. located near Dewey. Mrs. Belden Buchanan, and her grandson are visiting in Tulsa for several days with her daughter, Mrs. John Booth. .Mrs. Irad Slenker • died at her home On North Second street Friday Friday afternoon. Funeral services were held .from the Burkhalter fu- neital'.'.-hbme. Burial was in .the Wick Thomas of the Couch district. district. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Snider and Fail-view cemetery, C. C. Cox of Parsons. Kas.. is thp euest rf his' daughter. Mrs. of Parsons. K»<?.. snon' arid home the Coley htr Saturday. had sons, Pittsburg, Mrs. Pilkington State Pittsburg, with Ira the Mrs. turn been, in on year. a son, for Ark., Mrs. from her went the motored Saturday neen See Our Complete Stock Of Clever Bridge and Floor Lamps New modernistic designs—a variety of shades. See the

Clipped from Miami Daily News-Record05 Nov 1929, TuePage 3

Miami Daily News-Record (Miami, Oklahoma)05 Nov 1929, TuePage 3
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