Extracted from the newspaper:THE VINITA LEADER, Craig Co., OK
Mrs. T.G. Currant and Mrs. J.W. Watson spent Monday with their brother Ed Williams and family of the Anthracite district.
Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Griffith and Dora Mills spent Sunday with T.G. Curnutt and family.
Mrs. D. Montgomery spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Curnutt.
Misses Ethel Montgomery and Grace Curnutt visited Mrs. Will Matson Tuesday evening.
Atwell Hall, Hollis Newman, Sam Andrews, Ben, Bob and Walter Parker, Bun Rogers, Harry and George, Pearl and Guy Curnutt spent Sunday with their Sunday school teacher Ethel Mills.
Misses Grace Curnutt, Ethel Montgomery, Joe, Viola and Georgie Highsmith spent Sunday with Ethel, Dora, Cassie and Edna Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams of the Anthracite district attended church and Sunday school at Grand View Sunday and visited his sister Mrs. T.G. Curnutt and family.
October 17, 1911
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams of the Anthracite district spent Sunday with their sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. T.G. Curnett.
Mrs. O.B. Henry of Wentworth, MO., is visiting her sister, Mrs. I.B. Curnutt and Mrs. J.B. Watson for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. O.B. Henry who has been visiting her sisters Mesdames Watson and Curnutt for the past two weeks returned home Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Watson and Mr. Curnutt accompanied her as far as Vinita.
Grace Curnutt spent Sunday with Helena Newman.
Hollis Newman spent Sunday with Guv Cornutt.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hall and Misses Florence and Alma Blevins spent Sunday with T.G. Cornutt and family.
Mr. Curnutt and Leonard Davis hauled hay for P.O. Damson last week.
Misses Ethel Montgomery and Dora Mills spent Sunday with Grace Curnut.
Forrest Blevins spent Sunday with Guy Curnutt.
Mary Montgomery, Rolo Winton, Guy Curnutt and Herbert and Hollis Newman all spent Sunday at the Parker home.
Rev. Leatherwood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curnutt.
Grace Curnutt spent Sunday with Dora Mills.
Dora Mills, Ethel Montgomery and Grace Curnutt spent Sunday with Alma and Florence Blevins.
5-23-1912 South Labette & North Craig, Scott Thompson, Correspondent
Born – Saturday, to Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Curnutt, of Welch route 1, a girl of regulation size.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curnutt and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P.Z. Newman.
Hollis Newman and Guy Curnutt spent Sunday with John and Ben Parks.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Butler Abbott spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curnutte.
There was a birthday dinner given at Mack Parker’s Sunday in honor of Master Lee Parker, it being his tenth birthday.The following children attended the dinner:Hollis and Herald Newmon, Paul and Dennis Montgomery, Guy Gail and Thomas and James Curnutt, Marion Andrews, Allen Blevins, Omer Fake, Ben and Bob Parker, Helen Newman, Grace Curnutt and Florence Blevins.
There was a birthday dinner given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curnutte in honor of Guy, it being his 14th birthday.Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Andrews and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Jones and Hollis, Herald and Helena Newman, Paul, Ethel and Dennis Montgomery, Alma, Florence and Allen Blevins, Bob and Ben Parker, Jennings Jones, Omer Montgomery, Merea Watson and Ora Curnutte.The evening was spent in eating ice cream.All report a nice time.
Ethel Montgomery and Grace Curnutte spent Sunday with Alma and Florence Blevins.
11-28-1912Grand View School
Neither tardy nor absent:Raymond Griffith, Lee Parker, Hollis Newman, Dollie Waller, Guy Curnutte, Allen Blevins, Nora Andrews, Thomas Curnutte, Bessie Thronburgh, Mary Goddard, Gracie Smith, Harold Newman, Ira Goddard, Gail Curnutte, Robert Parker, Florise Waller, Gladys Goddard, Forest Blevins,k Benj. Parker.
Christmas was very properly celebrated at Grandview school house, and there was a crowded house present to take part in the exercises, and help to distribute the mementoes of the occasion. After a short song service, followed with prayer and a short address, the program was presented which was as usual at Grandview, a good one, as follows:
Welcome Drill – Eleven boys.
Recitation – Helen Parker
“Nobody’s Child” – Grace Curnutt
Drill –“For Everybody’s Stocking”
Recitation – Forrest Blevins
“The Winter Child” – Seven young ladies
There was an Xmas dinner given by Mrs. Lizzie Parker Xmas day.It was also Grandma Parker’s birthday, she being 73 years old.Those present were Ross Griffith and family, J.W. Hall and family, Mack Parker and family, M.D. Montgomery and family, Tom Curnutte and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Montgomery and Misses Dollie and FLorine Waller and Mary Montgomery, Messrs. Tom Winton, A.N. Wentz and John Jones.All report a dandy good time and an up-to-date dinner.
Those who spent Sunday at the Morrison home were Grace and Lee Curnutte, Dora and Edna Mills and Joel and Clyde Price.
2-22-1917 (Lula Trotter)Willow Branch
Mrs. Nettie Curnutte and Mrs. Charlie Richardson spent last Friday with Mrs. Juel Bennington.
12-18-1930 (or 1913?)Grandview
Mrs. Curnutte called on Mrs. Dobbs Friday morning.
Roy McClure and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. T.G. Curnutte, Sunday.
7-23-1931; Mrs. J.E. DobbsGrandview
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Cornutte returned Tuesday from a visit of several days in Tulsa.
T.G. Cornutte went to Welch on business, Saturday.
Gail Curnutte and family visited at the McClure home Sunday afternoon.
Elmer Curnutte and wife, Opal Waller, Lake Parker and Paul Dobbs were business callers in the R.F. Parker home, Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Joseph and Mr. and Mrs. Rube Whaler of Coffeyville, Mr. and Mrs. T.G. Curnutte and Mrs. McDonald of Bluejacket, Mr. and Mrs. G.R. Curnutte and son Bobby and daughter Cellerann of Grandview and Miss Cornelia Boone took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. C.R. McClure and family.