UKS&M. ^^tao&T continuing. < Dot, emphasiz- iaxgl Jber remarks by tapping him on stac .urn with the ukelele, "whether ^PB3S Tike it or not, my name's Dorothy is going to bawl you out, Til talk to him. m take the rap for your' staying staying Out late." He started to mount the dingy stairs. (To be continued) BASKET BEN NEWS aKbool at Fields Chapel closed Frl- Bell Lockhart spent Friday snjgSlt.-with Miss Ardith Honeycutt. IHSss Scilday Payne and Chesday JRapsae. spent the week-end with Allle . -MBfl Bill Honeycutt. sum Honeycutt and Mrs. George Mc'- Mc'- XSBS Kent to Sallisaw on a business trip ': VSnusBog.. lOfes Lillian Robertson spent Sunday aiaStifc with Miss Ola Garner. Stae Ussery who has been attending isctanol at Chilocco spent a few days rjei£b Jttis grandpa, George Ussery. !3ttto "Prescott spent the week-end -. swtffli Mr. John Young. air. and Mrs. Everet Vance left for xOScay Thursday morning. Mrs A. M. Hand called on/Mrs. H. 2*-. Hand Thursday. . School started at Dwight^Mission IWaiinesday IBUl Honeycutt spent Friday night Beuford Johnson. , Hisses Hattie and and Jessie Ha mm c:aille<l on Mrs. Carl Larson Friday af- Semoon. Mrs. George Ussery and Mrs. Edd McCoy spent a while with Mrs. H. F. JSsmd Saturday morning. ;_j&iss Allie Honeycutt spent Sunday shim Wttlji ,pdna Welch. Mr. H. F. Hand and son, Herbert BLACKGUM NEWS We had an extra large crowd out to singing last week. The visitors were Mrs. Jennings and Bob Jennings of Sallisaw. Those who attended the singing convention convention from here were: Mr. and Mrs. Ryker, Estel and Marion Davis, Miss Nell Pack and Miss Delia Collins. The perfect attendance in the primary primary room this last month was: Mary Dean Linder, Juanita Craghead, Milli cent Ryker, Jack Dempsey Pruitt, Mark Linder, Eugene Ryker, Dan Pruitt Lorin Craghead, Albert Davis and Melvin Melvin Davis. Those promoted last month were Bennie Johnston and Lester Martin. The school children and teachers went on a picnic last Friday afternoon They had quite a swimming contest. A large crowd from here will go to the stomp dance Tuesday night to see the sights. went to Marble City on a business trip Saturday. Miss Allie Honeycutt spent a while Saturday afternoon with Miss Hattie Hand. Miss Mary Hand spent Wednesday with Miss Hattie Hand. Mrs. Lon Honeycutt called on Mrs. Geoi ge Ussery Thursday. Those on the sick list this week are Miss Bessie Lue McCoy and Willie Hand.