The Milburn News
Milburn, Johnston County, Oklahoma
Friday, June 15(?), 1911
Mrs. O. H. COOPER Entertains
The young people were entertained at a party given at the JOHNSON COOPER home last Tuesday evening in honor of Miss LYDIA COOPER who left for her home at Norman Wednesday. Those present: Misses MAGGIE RENFROW, GRACE THOMPSON, NEVA WILLIAMS, NONA THOMAS, LORA MARSHALL, JOSIE SIMS, and ERIN HOWARD; Messrs. MODE MILBURN, KRAMER PIERCE, REX SMITH, OLEN CARGILE, JOE THOMPSON, ELGIN STAMPS, ELBERT POWELL, HENRY MILBURN, J. H. WATTS. Out of town guests were Miss FANNIE HUNNICUTT of Dallas, Miss CARRIE WILLIAMS of Arkansas.
ALBERT ALLEN, living on the L. J. HORTON’S farmer west of Emet, was the unfortunate victim of an accident which resulted in a broken leg June 4. While hauling water, the barrel fell from the sled and struck his leg leg, breaking it between the knee and ankle.
Black Jack News
C. E. LINDLEY left for western Oklahoma.
The young people met at B. F. HILL’S Sunday night for a singing.
Mr. and Mrs. JOE HILL and children of Bee visited the B.F. HILL family.
Miss TOMMIE BOUTCHER is visiting her sister Mrs. MARKHAM near Tishomingo.
Grandpa LINDLEY and little granddaughter visited L. J. LINDLEY family at Bee.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. TROTTER entertained friends with an ice cream supper last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. BOUTCHER and Mrs. JOHN BOUTCHER had business in Tishomingo.
WILLIE and ED FOX visited friends at Nida.
MARVIN BOND of Nida attended the singing at Black Jack Sunday.
ED FOX had the misfortune to lose a $20 gold watch while hauling oats for W. H. LINDLEY.
BERRY KYLE of Caddo visited relatives here and also called on Miss Tommie Boutcher.
ROBERT LINDLEY and HERNY BRINDLE attended the preaching and singing at Black Jack.
Dr. I. N. CARROLL was over from Emet.
OSCAR DODD was here from Emet.
W. R. ROGERS of Emet was here.
OLLIE BOUTCHER of near Emet traded here.
JOHN CARPENTER of Bullard’s Chapel traded in town.
Miss FANNIE HUNNICUTT of Dallas, Texas, visited her brother, F. L. HUNNICUTT and family here.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. MORAN of Roff attended the funeral Thursday.
Misses ALMA and RUTH SON of Milburn and Miss LIZZIE DILLINGHAM of Emet left to attend East Central State College at Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT MCCORMICK of Daisy, Okla., came to attend the funeral of little one JEWELL CRAVATT. Mrs. BETTIE CRAVATT returned home with them.
G. A. SIMONS of Coleman was here.
A. W. GEAR of the Fillmore country was here.
OSCAR DODD of Emet transacted business here.
L. W. and J. A. FRENCH are attending the teachers normal at Ada.
Misses MARY and IONE THOMPSON of Tishomingo visited here.
CLARENCE KIRK of Merkel, Texas, visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. ARMSTRONG here.
WILLIE WOLF and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. JAMES left for Adel(?), Oklahoma where Mr. and Mrs. TOM JAMES will make their home.
GRANVILLE MCDOWELL left for his home at Bonnersville, Kentucky, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. N, SPARKS.
Rev. J. A. WILLIAMS of Egypt with his daughter Miss ALICE and son DOLPH was here en route to Tishomingo.
Mrs. SUSIE WATKINS and children of Calumet, Okla., visited her brother, G. W FAIRRIS/FARRIS/PHARRIS and family.
WILLIAM and L. B. HUNNICUTT of Dallas, Texas, are at the bedside of their brother, Uncle TOM HUNNICUTT, who is very ill.
‘Flowery’ obituary for little JEWELL CRAVETT, who was 5 years old last January. No names given for parents, older sister and other relatives.\
Paving of concrete walks between Grand Ave. and Sims Bros. corner one east side of Main St.
O. E. RENFROW and L. Z. BAKER purchased the gin at Fillmore and will move the machinery here, making three gins in Milburn.
Miss CARRIE WILLIAMS of Fayetteville, Arkansas, arrived to visit her sister Mrs. J. C. SNODGRASS.
WILLIAM HARKINS of Sulphur visited his brother, CHARLES HARKINS and family at Emet.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. JOHNSON, Wednesday, a fine baby girl.
JIM SIMS of Wapanucka was here.
HENRY GREENWOOD of Fillmore was here.
J. W. MCKAY of Fillmore was here.
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