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   Stephens County - Duncan Banner

The Duncan Banner,

Thursday, December 12, 1940

PUBLIC NOTICES

(First published in Thursday's edition of the Duncan Banner, November 28, 1940)

NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR STEPHENS COUNTY, OKLHOMA

In the Matter of the Guardianship of Solomon Julian Ott, Charles A. Ott, Clifford J. Ott, Billie Don Ott, Virginia Fern Ott, and Mildred Ott, Minors.

Probate No. 2048

Notice is hereby given that, in pursuance of an order of the County Court of Stephens County, Oklahoma, made on the 25th day of November, 1940, in the matter of the guardianship of the above named minors, Georgia E. Cox, as guarian of the estate of said minors, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash, subject to confirmation of said County Court, on or after the 14th day of December, 1940, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. at the office of Robert E. Owens, in the City of Duncan, in and County of Stephesn, all of the right, title, interest and estate of said minor's in and to the following described real estate located in Stephens County, State of Oklahoma, towit:

The SW 1/ 4 of the NE 1/4; and the S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of Section Five (5), Township Three (3) South, Range Seven (7) West, I. M. less Three and 11/100 (3.11) acres occupied as Right of Way by the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad.

Bids must be in writing and may be left at the office of Robert E. Owens, attorney at law, Duncan, Oklahoma or may be delivered to the guardian or may be filed in the office of the County Judge.

Dated at Duncan, this 26th day of November, 1940.

GEORGIA E. COX
Guardian

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PUBLIC NOTICE

(First published in Thursday's edition of the Duncan Banner December 12, 1940)

NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION OF DISCHARGE IN THE COUNTY COURT WITHIN AND FOR STEPHENS COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA.

In the Matter of the Estate of Joel B. Patterson, Deceased.

No. 1989

Notice is hereby given that Leona L. Patterson, administratrix of the estate of Joel B. Patterson, deceased, has rendered and presented for settlement and filed in said Court her final account and report of her administration, and her petition for distribution and her dischange; and that Tuesday, the 31st day of December, 1940, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. in the County Courtroom in the City of Duncan, Oklahoma, have been duty appointed by the Court as the time and place for the settlement of said account and for hearing said petition, at which time and place any person interested in said petition may appear and file for exception so an account and contest the same.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court this 11th day of December, 1940.

Gilbert M. Bond
(SEAL) County Judge


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PUBLIC NOTICE

(First published in Thursday's edition of the Duncan Banner, December 12, 1940)

NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETETIONS FOR DISTRIBUTION AND DISCHARGE IN THE COUNTY COURT WITH AND FOR STEPHENS COUNTY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA.

In the matter of the Estate of Theresa Dilworth Beauman, Deceased.

No. 1993

Notice is hereby given that Avis Beauman Glass, administratrix of the estate of Theresa Dilworth Beauman, deceased, has rendered and presented for settlement and filed in said Court for final account and report of her administration and her petition for distribution and for her discharge; and that Tuesday, the 31st day of December, 1940, at 10:00 o'clock a. m. in the County Courtroom in the City of Duncan, Oklahoma, have been duly appointed by the Court as the time and place for the settlement of said account and for hearing said petition, at which time and place any person interested in said petition may appear and file his exceptions to said acoount and contest the same.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have herunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court this 11th day of December, 1940.
GILBERT H. BOND.
(Seal) County Judges


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PUBLIC NOTICE

(First published in Thursday's edition of the Duncan Banner, December 12, 1940)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT
COUNTY, AND FOR STEPHENS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA

In the Matter of the Estate of Olga Johnson, Deceased.

No. 2063

TO THE CREDITORS OF OLGA JOHNSON, DECEASED:

All person having claims against Olga Johnston, Deceased, are required to present the same with the necessary vouchers to the undersigned administrator, T. E. Johnston, at the office of l. A. Winans, in the First Natonial Bank Building in the City of Duncan, Oklahoma, within four months from the date of the first publication of this notice, viz., December 12, 1 940, or the same will be forever barred.

DATED this 10th day of December, 1 940 T. E. JOHNSTON,
(SEAL) Administrator


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The Duncan Banner, Monday, February 24, 1941

S. R. MURPHREE IS FETED ON BIRTHDAY AT FAMILY REUNION

S. R. Murphree was honored on his 75th birthday anniversary when Mrs. Murphree entertained a large group of relatives and a few additional guests with a birthday dinner and celebration in their home at 1103 South 11th street, Sunday.

Dinner was served family fashion shortly after 1 o'clock. Potted blooming plants were spaced about the rooms to create a festive atmosphere for the setting. Informality was the keynote to the day's amusement, featuring reminiscing and singing. Directing the musical program were, Dwight Bearden, and Rev. J. H. Bearden, with Mrs. J. H. Bearden accompanying on the old-fashioned organ.

Among the songs enjoyed by the group were, "I'll Live On" and "Precious Memories"; after which Mrs. John Boory, Mr. Judson Bailey, jr., and Mr. Haskell Murphree gave a vocal trio. A clarinet and according duet was played by Mr. and Mrs. Boory, and prayer was offered by the Rev. Bearden.

At the conclusion of the display of birthday gifts Mr. Murphree, and Mrs. J. A. Remy who also was observing her anniversary, were each presented with a birthday cake. The confections were cut and served by the honor guests. Complimenting Mr. Murphree were, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Murphree and sons, Haskell, Clinton and Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Murphree and daughters, Hester and Billie Jo.

Mr. and Mrs. Judson Bailey and sons, Judson, jr., and Reedy; Mrs. Robert Newton and daughter, Mrs. Boory, and Mr. Boory; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Bearden and children, Dean Lindle and Rayma Kay; Mr. and Mrs. Remy, the Rev. and Mrs. Bearden of Courtney, Okla.; the Rev. T. L. Duren of Countyline; and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Murphree of Deming, N. Mex.

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AT HOSPITAL

Lester Agee, Cement, dismissed yesterday.

Thelma Jean Sparks, Marlow, dismissed yesterday.

Don Hottle, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hottle, 813 Hackberry, dismissed today.

Bobby Fowler, Cyril, admitted.

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GIRL TO MASON SCOTTS

A baby girl was born at a Duncan hospital today to Mr. and Mrs. Mason Scott of Duncan.

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Mrs. M. I. Bass who has been the houseguest here of her son, Mr. Earl Reid, and Mrs. Reid, since January 1, left today for Fort Worth where she will make a brief visit en route to her home in Bangs, Tex.

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scheefers spent the week-end visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thomas, of Hugo, Okla.

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Virginia Ann Scheefers who spent the week-end visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J. M. Cartlidge, in Oklahoma City, arrived home this afternoon. Mrs. Cartlidge, who accompanied her to Duncan, will spend the rest of the week here as the houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Scheefers, and Mr. Scheefers.

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Nelson Collier is spending a few days visiting relatives in Dallas.

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Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Milburn had as their week-end houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Curry and daughter, Norma Lee, of Shawnee.

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Mrs. H. B. Clary and son, James E. Clary, visited friends and relatives in Henryetta, Okla., Sunday.

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Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Williams of Elk City, were the week-end house guest of his brother, Mr. Joe Williams, and Mrs. Williams.

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Joe Jones who has been employed by the Gulf Oil Company is leaving Tuesday for San Pedro, Calif., where he will be stationed in the army.

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Miss Jean Stoner spent the week-end visiting in Norman. While there, she was a guest at the Tri Delta house.

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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koeninger and family were week-end visitors in the homes of relatives in Shawnee.

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Charles Anderson spent the week-end visiting friends at the University of Oklahoma, at Norman.

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Princess Te Ata, who has been the houseguest here of her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. R. Thompson, accompanied by Miss Betty Jean Thompson, left today for Fort Worth and Houston, Tex. While away, she will be a guest artist for three Indian programs in those cities. She will be accompanied at the Indian drums for her appearances, by Miss Thompson, her niece.

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Mr. and Mrs. Starky Arntz returned to their home in Frederick this afternoon after a week-end visit with her sister, Mrs. Fred Hargraves and Mr. Hargraves.

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Mrs. L. B. Simmons and daughter, Mr. H. B. Alspaugh, are visiting friends in Shreveport, La.

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Miss Edith Winans returned to Norman, this morning to resume her studies at the University of Oklahoma, after spending the week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winans.

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Miss Minnie Clark left Sunday to attend the annual gift show in Dallas.

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Mrs. G. E. Dooley is expected to return to Duncan, today, after visiting her sister, Mrs. D. O. Leftwich, in Dallas, over the week-end.

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Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Slaughter had as their week-end houseguest his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Slaughter of Fort Scott, Kan., and his brother, Sam Slaughter, and Mrs. Slaughter, and son, Sammy, of Austin, Tex. The visitors left for their respective homes Sunday night.

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Mrs. Dayton Trew of Dallas and Mr. Boyd Light of Fort Worth, are spending a few days here visiting their mother, Mrs. George Light, and brother, Travis, who is leaving shortly for Abilene, Tex.

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Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Olen Hayes and daughter, Yvonna, all of Colorado Springs, Colo., spent the week-end here as houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pollock and family, 1213 Cypress.

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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rose were Sunday guests here of her mother, Mrs. R. W. King, and other relatives.

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AT HOSPITALS

E. C. Hundley, Comanche, dismissed today.

Clint Roberts, 1118 Grand, appendis removed this afternoon.

Mrs. Lora Ray, Duncan route 1, dismissed today.

W. A. Stearns, Cox City, admitted yesterday.

Mrs. H. H. Barefield, 201 South 6th, dismissed today.

Mrs. Mason Scott, 1007 Duncan, dismissed today.

J. G. Cole, Duncan route 4, dismissed today.

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NEWS OF MARLOW

Miss Maurine Jones, News Correspondent

SOCIAL

The B. W. Social Club entertained with its annual semi-formal dance Friday night at the Elks Club in Duncan. Hostesses were Misses Margie Renner, Idarene Haas, Joan Terry, Inez Pounds, Annetta Marie Lee, Leona Whitely, Joan Blake, Zeanuth Hale, Betty Jo Gandy, Joy Waggoner, Mary Frances Jones, Joella Waggoner, Betty Lou Anthony, Jeanne Alexander and Mary Florence Anthony. Escorts were Bob Lyle, John Lattimore, Marvin Kraettli, Burl Gordon, J. W. Kent, Houston Jones, Finis Coffee, jr., Jesse Kirkpatrick, Clyde Stover, Curtis Arrington of Chickasha, Burl Mansolo, Joe Dean Adkins, Marvin Wood of Ada, George Davis and Harry Matthews.

Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barrett, Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Odell Williams, Mr. and Mr. ed Olvey, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steele, Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Ledbetter, Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Henson, Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Blake, Mrs. Waldo Depenbrink, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Finis Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peters, all of Duncan.

On the floor show program were Mrs. Finis Martin, Billy Hobbs, Miss Irene Hobbs, Miss Maurine Jones and Margie Nell White.

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Miss Joeva Jackson was honored Thursday with a pre-nuptial wedding shower in the lobby of the Allen Hotel. Miss Jackson will become the bride of Mr. Oscar Dye of Oklahoma City. Hostesses were Mmes. Alton Savage, Kenneth Goodrich, W. Leonard Stigler, Lona Dillon, Leonard Thompson, Homer Callaway, John Briscoe, Vernon Shields, Bonnie Sweetn and W. H. Drewry. On the program were Mrs. Dean Costan, Misses Bellylene Harrell, Nita Jo Williams, Margie Nell White and Caroline Savage.

Guests were Mmes. Lela Blalock, Henry Crawford, J. C. White, S. H. Mangum, O. E. Booth, B. Shaw, Lewis Cowan, T. M. Stroud, M. M. Allen and Misses Mildred Dyer, Helen Byford, Nita Jo Williams, Louise Briscoe, Rhama Gennings, Kathryn Dilbeck, Bettylene Harrell and Doris Lee Goodrich.

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Mrs. George Carter was honored with a shower Friday given by Misis Louise Briscoe. Guests were Mmes. Howard Black and Rayfuel Mitchell of Duncan, Joe Brooks of Keifer, K. E. Coffey, Arthur Williamson, Walter Braddy, J. W. Taylor, H. O. Whala, Lewis Scott, John Briscoe and Lucy Carter and Misses Marylou Taylor, Betty Jo Taylor and Marilyn Short. Miss Short gave a number of readings.

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Mrs. Glenn Ledbetters, Mrs. Jesse Adkins and Mrs. W. K. Walker were hostesses to a covered dish luncheon and bridge party Saturday morning and afternoon. Guests were Mmes. R. R. Clark, Howard Hill, Harris Gatlin, Clyde Stanton, Waldo Depenbrink, J. T. Hill, Mary Darnall, Levi Reynolds, Hershel P. McKelroy, Edwin Coyle, J. Hines Jones, Glenn Lee, Ed Olvey, Joe R. Payne, O. R. McKinney, Eddie Palmer, and Ralph Eubanks of Duncan. Morning session prizes were won by Mrs. Coyle and Mrs. Clark. Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Hill received bridge awards for the afternoon games.

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Mrs. Lawrence Fulton entertained the Coterie Research Club Thursday. Mrs. Nuell C. Crain was assisting hostess. The program was presented by Mrs. J. C. White and Mrs. Homer A. Brown.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hill were hosts to the Night Owl Bridge Club Thursday. Mrs. Clyde Stanton was a guest. Mrs. Glenn Ledbetter and Dr. W. K. Walker won high score awards. Harris iGatlin and P. V. Rabb received low score awards.

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Mrs. R. L. Montgomery was hostess to a dinner Sunday. Guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Nuell C. Crain, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ferguson and sons, Jimmie and Clyde Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Frensley and daughter, Angelena of Duncan, Zelda Theresa and Roma Lee Montgomery of Lawton, Miss Aleene White, and Jack White of Fort Sill.

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Mrs. Glenn Lee was hostess to the Friday Bridge Club. Guests were Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs. Levi Reynolds, Mrs. Joe R. Payne and Mrs. Carl Wright, Mrs. O. R. McKinney and Mrs. Jones won high score awards. Mrs. Edwin Coyle and Mrs. Harrisi Gatlin won cut and consolation favors.

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PERSONALS

Howard Williams and Jack White returned to Fort Sill Sunday.

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Mrs. R. B. Martin, Miss Jimmie Gandy, Miss Betty Jo Gandy and H. R. Gandy were in Oklahoma City Friday.

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Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Varner, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, Miss Elsie Mae Lindsey, Reet Medcalf, Levi Reynolds and P. D. Richie attended the funeral of Dick Auld in Ada Saturday.

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Mrs. H. D. Pierratt of Fort Cobb is visiting in Marlow with her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Willis, and Mr. Willis.

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Wilburn Medaris of Hollis spent the week-end here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Medaris.

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J. B. Mills of Oklahoma City visited in Marlow Friday with Miss Mary Jane McCoy.

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Gerald Barnhill spent Sunday in Oklahoma City visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Norman.

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Mrs. Belle Fleetwood returned to Norman Friday after visiting here with her mother, Mrs. W. T. Ward.

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Sgt. Oliver Boyd of Abilene, Tex., visited here Thursday with is father, T. L. Boyd.

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Dr. and Mrs. Mervyn C. Howard of Oklahoma City were week-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Ledbetter.

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Dr. G. G. Downing of Lawton was in Marlow Saturday.

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Mrs. Charlie Ward of Tulsa was called to Marlow Sunday by the serious illness of her mother-in-law, Mrs. W. T. Ward.

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Sgt. Howard Murray, Sgt. Carl G. Bateman, Clyde Stover, Gene Wooley, and Gilly Gene Matthews of Fort Sill visited in Marlow Friday.

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Mrs. Ross Steele of Clinton left Saturday after visiting in Marlow with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cass Graham.

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Miss Lola Waggoner of Oklahoma City spent the week-end in Marlow visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waggoner.

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Miss Elnora Whitely of Norman was the week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Whitely.

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Miss Mary Jo Tapp and Miss Evelyn Storch of Chickasha spent the week-end visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Tapp.

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Miss Clorene Davis and Miss Mary Helen Crotts visited in Fort Sill Saturday.

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Weldon Maples of Vernon, Tex., visited in Marlow Friday.

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Sgt. and Mrs. Doyle Valentine spent the week-end in Oklahoma City visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Valentine.

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Samuel G. Whitaker of Oklahoma City visited in Marlow over the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Whitaker.

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Patsy Lou Cox returned Friday from visiting in Oklahoma City with Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Drew.

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Sgt. Max Rodolph and Ona Acord of Fort Sill spent the weekend in Marlow.

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George Rothrock was in Randlett Sunday.

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Otto Short of Oklahoma City visited in Marlow over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Short.

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Mr. and Mrs. Ned Simon and daughter, Gaynelle of Oklahoma City visited here Friday with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gandy.

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Charles N. Wright, jr. of Lawton spent the week-end in Marlow.

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Marvin Wood of Cox City visited in Marlow Saturday.

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Harold Thompson of Lawton visited in Marlow Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arden Cobb.

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Mrs. H. O. Whala and Mrs. J. W. Taylor were in Oklahoma City Wednesday.

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Miss Merrole Davis of Lawton spent the week-end here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Davis.

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Burl Mansolo returned Thursday from spending several days in Oklahoma City on business.

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Miss Bernice Harrison and Leota Hooker of Cox City visited in Marlow Saturday.

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Marvin Wood, jr., of Ada, spent the week-end in Marlow.

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Miss Billie Dean Gandy, Miss Velza Zinn, Clyde Zinn of Hobart and H. R. Gandy of Fort Sill viisted here Friday with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gandy.

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Billy Lawler was in Lawton Sunday.

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Cecil Darnall of Fall City, Neb., arrived Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Darnall.

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Mr. and Mrs. John N. Haddock spent the week-end in Oklahoma City.

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Miss June Ellis was the week-end guest of Miss Ruth Ball in Chickasha.

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Mrs. Jack O'Leary of Chickasha visited in Marlow Friday with Mrs. John N. Haddock.

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Mrs. Winnie McLaury spent the week-end in Oklahoma City.

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Miss Betty Jane Pruitt visited in Chickasha Friday.

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Miss Mary Florence Briscoe of Gulfport, Miss., arrived Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Briscoe.

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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williamson, Mrs. Lucy Carter, Mrs. George Carter and Mrs. Lewis Scott attended the 45th Division review in Lawton Saturday.

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Miss Virginia Wylie of Chickasha spent the week-end here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ad Wylie.

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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shields of Ryan visited in Marlow over the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shields.

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Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Rothrock spent the week-end in Oklahoma City visiting Sgt. and Mrs. Lester Witt.

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Miss Louise Darnall of Oklahoma City spent the week-end here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Darnall.

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Paul Pugh of Oklahoma City spent the week-end here visiting his parents, Judge and Mrs. M. W. Pugh.

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Mrs. C. N. Norris left Sunday to visit in Spavinaw.

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Everett Orr was in Gainesville, Tex., Friday.

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Mrs. J. Hines Jones visited in Lawton Sunday.

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Mrs. Deacon Cates and daughter, Betty Jo of Tulsa were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Orr Sunday.

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Mr. and Mrs. C. P. McKenney and daughter, Mary Lou, visited in Oklahoma City with her mother, Mrs. R. T. Lyle.

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Curtis Arrington of Chickasha visited in Marlow Friday.

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Miss Ratha Moore visited in Oklahoma City Sunday with her brother, Bill Moore.

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Mrs. Claude L. Spivey and daughter, Susan returned to Fox Friday after visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sparks.

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Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Lindsey spent the week-end in Loco.

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Corp. Thim Finley and J. T. Anderson of Fort Sill visited in Marlow over the week-end.

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Mrs. Naomi Isom of Comanche visited in Marlow Sunday.

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Miss Reba Dillon and Bob Fire of Oklahoma City were guest this week-end of her mother, Mrs. Lona Dillon.

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Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Spivey and daughter, Sarita of Chickasha spent Sunday here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kent.

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Miss Jonnie Smith and Miss Elna Smith spent the week-end in Dallas visiting their sister, Mrs. E. L. Wessels, and rm. Wessels.

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Miss Minnie Smith was in Ryan Saturday.

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Finis Mansolo left Friday for Fort Sill.

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HOSPITAL


A son was born to Mrs. J. E. Rhoady Sunday.

Mrs. Bill Ritter underwent major surgery Friday.

Homer Jones, jr., dismissed Satufday.

Mrs. C. N. Talley dismissed Saturday.

Submitted by Reba Sue Barker Hall reba@simplynet.net

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