Thursday, May 22, 1932
Mr. and Mrs. J. J.MONTGOMERY and son LAFAYETTE visited relatives Mr. and Mrs. S. J. JOLLY and family in Sherman, Texas.
RAY HATLEY of Ardmore was here.
Mr. and Mrs. GUY HOOPER and son GUY ROBERT HOOPER spent Sunday in Ringling with her father, R. F MOORE and family.
Rev. J. W. WEBB filled his regular appointment at the local Church of Christ.
Mr. and Mrs. GRADY KING moved to Oklahoma City.
Miss DOROTHY OWEN, who finished her freshman year at East Central Teachers College at Ada, returned home for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. ELBERT PRYOR were in Marietta visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E LIPSCOMB.
Mr. and Mrs. JACK COLBY Jr. spent Sunday in Sherman.
Mr. and Mrs. JOE D. LEEPER left for Farmersville, Texas to attend the senior graduation at the Farmersville high school where her niece, VIRGINIA MURCHISON, is a member.
Mrs. SAM J. WHITTLE, Mrs. CHARLES STROTHER and Mrs. GRANVILLE WHITTLE of Cleburne, Texas were in Ardmore.
SON WHITING, who is employed by B. N. TALIAFERRO Construction Co. at Connerville, visited here.
JACK DAVIS, employed at Holdenville, spent the weekend here.
Mrs. LEE CARLTON and two daughters returned home to Dallas after spending three months with her sister, Mrs. WALTER HUFF, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. MONROE of the Weaverton area.
TOOTS WHITING visited in Kingston.
Mrs. EDDIE CALVIN of Plano, Texas visited her sister, Mrs. FRED J. CARTER.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. KOSANKE and her nephews, JONES LACY SMELLAGE and A. J. LACY Jr. all of Dallas visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. LACY.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. BALDWIN and little son visited relatives at Windom, Texas.
WALTER RAPPOLEE of Madill and PETE JARVIS of Haileyville are spending two weeks fishing in the Kiamichi Mountains. WALTER RAPPOLEE, Madill athletic coach, was in McAlester to be best man at the wedding of two classmates, GEORGE EPLEY of Wirt and Miss LEONA SHANE of McAlester which was solemnized Tuesday. They attended Southeastern Teachers College at Durant.
Miss ELSIE JONES of Durant spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. JONES.
Mr. and Mrs. JOE MINTER and Mr. and Mrs. JAMES E. GRIGSBY visited in Durant.
MARVIN BRYANT and daughter ROBBIE LEE left for St. Louis, Missouri to visit Mrs. Bryantís sister, Mrs. JACK MITCHELL and her husband.
Mrs. ADA MINTER returned home to Oklahoma City after visiting her son, JOE MINTER and his family. She was accompanied home by her son JOE MINTER.
Mrs. M. B. BRYANT is spending the week with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. L. SEARS of Sherman, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. BABE PARRISH and MORRIS KLEPPER fished at Mill Creek dam.
Mrs. GEORGE A. DALE visited her mother at Farmersville, Texas.
J. W. JENNINGS and OWEN HARDY were in Gladewater, Texas on business.
Mrs. BETTY EMMONS and daughter Mrs. CHAPMAN, and two son, AULTY and VOLNEY, all of Okmulgee, were visiting her daughter, Mrs. OLNEY MILLER and her family.
Miss FRANCES PUCINI of Ardmore was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. GUY BEASLEY.
Miss HAZEL DILLINGHAM and STANLEY CUNNINGHAM of Tishomingo were in Ardmore Sunday. They were accompanied by his mother, Mrs. JOE S. CUNNINGHAM who visited her son, CECIL DILLINGHAM and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. JENNINGS, Mr. and Mrs. OWEN HARDY, HOMER LONG and Mrs. CLYDE ALEXANDER of Tishomingo, picnicked at Ballardís Park near Tishomingo.
Mrs. GRANVILLE WHITTLE returned home to Cleburne, Texas after visiting her sister-in-law and husband, Mr. and Mrs. SAM J. WHITTLE. She was accompanied to Dallas by Mr. and Mrs. Whittle and Mr. and Mrs. HORACE BLACKBURN where they were met by her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN JUNKINS of Clinton are spending their vacation in Madill with relatives and friends. Mr. Junkins is employed by Bell Telephone.
J. W. MCCLURE of Honeygrove, Texas is visiting his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. BERT M. COLBY.
Mr. and Mrs. DELBERT HICKS and Mrs. OLAH WILSON of Marietta visited relatives here.
REUEL W. LITTLE was in Ardmore on legal business.
Mrs. I. A. FLOYD and daughters WILNA and MONTIE MAE of Yukon are visiting relatives here.
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