The Porum Journal Births



January 2, 1920
Friends, of Mr. and Mrs. H. E Sullivan, of Muskogee, former residents here. Will be pleased to know that they are the proud parent of a fine baby boy born a week ago last Monday. Mr. Sullivan who is under sheriff of this county.

April 9, 1920
Mr. and Mrs. Eck Barnes are the proud parents of an 11- pound baby born last Saturday night.

May 28, 1920
Hickory Ridge News
Mr. and Mrs. George Largent are the proud parents of a find baby boy.

July 9, 1920
BORN - To Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Decker at the home of Grandpa and Grandma V. C. Miks last Sunday night a find baby girl. Due to so much excitement Grandpa Miks had to be place in a padded cell in the city jail all day Monday. Although not dangerous he was so enthused that it was thought he might in some way harm himself. He was feeling much better late Monday night and was released, but disappeared immediately and was not found until shortly before we went to press. When located he was muttering to himself "Why couldn't it have been a boy."

August 6, 1920
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith are the proud parents of a find baby boy born last Thursday morning. Smith was very happy the latter part of last week, but is now kicking ??? cause it was not twins. Grandma Smith is staying right with the baby.

August 20, 1920
Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cavender, Tuesday morning a fine baby girl weighing ten pounds. This is the fourth daughter to be born into this family. (There is a picture of S. C. Cavender)

Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vinzant Tuesday a fine boy baby. Mother and child are doing nicely, father not doing so well.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Shoemake Monday a big, fine boy. Jess is still smiling.

September 24, 1920
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Shoemake are the proud parents of a fine 10-pound boy born last Tuesday night.

December 24, 1920
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Frazier last Thursday nigh a fine baby girl.





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