and Mrs. Lewis Stout of Crocker, Mo., spent the
weekend with Mrs. Stoutís parents, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Paul martin of Macon, Mo., spent the
weekend with Mrs. martinís parents, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Charley Lewellen visited Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond King at Paris, Saturday.
and Mrs. John Massey were visitors in St. Louis
Wednesday and Thursday.
Royal neighbors and families enjoyed a wiener roast
at the shelter house in Mark Twain Park Sunday.
Ada Hickman had as Sunday guests Mrs. Nellie
Thompson and son, Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewellen
and son, Shearer, of near Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Shearer, of Victor.
Methodist and Presbyterian churches are each sending
a barrel of fruit to the Orphan Home.
Ruth Terrell of Moberly visited Mr. and Mrs. D.P.
Violette Sunday afternoon.
Jim Turner and Mrs. Creighton did a neighborly deed
Friday by preparing dinner at the home of Mrs. S.M.
Riley for the men who were sawing wood. Mrs.
Riley has been in poor health for the past month.
Ada Hickman, Mrs. Jim Turner, Mrs. J.T. Painter and
Mrs. Paul Martin were Paris visitors Saturday
and Mrs. W.A. Smith and H.C. Reynolds visited Mrs.
Mary Keith and children at Vandalia Sunday.
and Mrs. Orville Smith and son, Donnie, of near
Petty, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Johnston and sons
and Mrs. Marcellin Rector and son, Guy Riley , of
near Center, visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith
Abe Asbury spent the weekend with her sister in
Mary Street is visiting Mrs. Maacha McCreery this
and Mrs. W.S. Woodyard, of Victor, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Chapman.
Arthur Hurd returned home Saturday from Moberly
hospital and is getting along nicely.
Article from the 20 Nov 1941 edition of the Perry
Enterprise. Submitted by Mary Beth Kirtlink.