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December 10, 1920

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Personal Mention.

Friends are grieved to learn of the serious illness of Miss Ella Logan at her home on Columbia St.

Mr. and Mrs. Darius Young of Paris, Ky., arrived Tuesday for a visit with relatives.

Miss Lillian Woodall is at home for the holidays from Dayton, Ohio.

Col. C.I. Ross is still confined to his home with the flu.

Mrs. John Slessinger returned home Wednesday from Cincinnati where she has been in a hospital for the past month receiving treatment for eye trouble.

Mr. and Mrs. George Reiger, of Louisville, have returned to their home after a visit with their daughter Mrs. T.E. Horrell.

Mr. Larie Mack of Danville was in the city this week on business.

Miss Lucile Harberson of Danville is visiting Miss Stella Bryant.

Mrs. Floyd B. Gaines of Washington, D.C., arrived this week for a months visit with her mother.

Mrs. J.A. Butler has returned to home at McKinney after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J.L. Dayton, at Somerset.  She brought little Helen Dayton home with her to be their guest until after the Christmas holidays - Stanford Interior Journal.

Mrs. A.S. Latimer and family occupy the H.C. Catron house.  Mr. Latimer is the new L&N agent here vice Mr. Chas. Harberson and Mr. W.M. Bancom.  The former is at Hendersonville, N.C., and the latter is in Lexington, agent for
the Q&C - Junction City Cor. To Stanford Interior Journal.

Mrs. Henry Cundiff of Danville is at the home of her parents here, quite ill.  Mr. Cundiff came down the first of the week to be with her.

Mrs. J.B. Craig and daughter, Mrs. George Higgins are spending several days in Cincinnati.

Misses Pearl and Allie Fowler spent last weekend in Cincinnati.

Misses Mary and Agnes Welch returned Sunday from a visit to Cincinnati.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kimble, of Hodgensville, Ky., arrived in Somerset this week to make this place their home.  Mr. Kimble has accepted a position with the First National Bank.  He has had considerable banking experience and will be a valuable addition to the excellent force at this institution.

Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Smith have returned form a delightful sojourn at Havana, Cuba.  They bring the news that the place is running over with tourist and that prices are very high.

Lieut. and Mrs. Chas. Smith of Fort Benson, Ga., arrived Wednesday to attend the funeral of his father Mr. George Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. E.K. Aldridge and children, Ralph and Margaret, of Kansas City, Mo., are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hamm.

Mr. Lawrence Hall and Miss Macie Randall, both popular young people of the city, were married last Saturday afternoon at the Christian Church parsonage by Rev. Montgomery.  Mr. Hall is an employee at the Southern Railway Shops.  Mrs. Hall is the daughter of Mrs. J.P. Randall.

Mr. I. Harkins has returned to Hendersonville, N.C., after several weeks business trip to Somerset.

Mr. Al Wallace will leave today for Lexington for a business trip.

"Red" Roberts was down from Danville with home folks Wednesday.

Mrs. Solander Taylor spent last weekend in Louisville.

Misses Cecil and Ella Gooch are at home from Washington, D.C., for the holidays.

Mr. J.M. Richardson left last Saturday for Bear Lake Club, La., where he will spend ten days hunting.  He was joined by a large crowd from Shreveport and other places.

Eugene Gover is at home for a visit from Akron, O., where he has a position.

Frank Orwin, one of the Cumberland Grocery's valuable employees at Burnside, was in town last Saturday en route to Georgetown.

Dave Phelps was up from Silerville, Sunday, for the day.

Mrs. V.G. Trimble of Decatur, Ill., is visiting relatives here.

Mrs. A. Goldenberg and son Jack, arrived from Cincinnati Sunday.

Miss Mary O'Connell of Lexington has been the guest of Miss Bessie Healey.

Mrs. John P. Hill arrived yesterday from Paintsville, Ky., to spend the holidays with her parents.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morrow spent several days in Cincinnati.

Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Swaim left this week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Dooley in Covington, and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Powell in Cincinnati.

George Bertram is at home from an extended stay in Ashville, N.C., where he has been for his health.  He will return to Monticello where he is engaged in the insurance business.

Rev. W.E. Hunter spent several days in Louisville this week.

News has been received here of the arrival of a girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Batts, Nashville, Tenn.  Mrs. J.A. Shenneman, mother of Mrs. Batts, left Tuesday to see her granddaughter.

Miss Bee Devine spent several days in Danville this week.

Miss Lillian McCammon resigned her position in Superintendent Clement's office and left today for her home in Knoxville.  She has been succeeded by Miss Bernice Addington.

Catherine.  Charles Hammon is better at this time … There was a spelling at Pine Top school and a fine time .. The mumps is no better around here at this writing .. Silas Roy and wife visited J. Dause and family Friday night … E. Weddle and Mattie Weddle visited his mother S.M. Weddle near Ingle Saturday and Sunday … Andy Rogers visited T.L. Pitman Sunday.

Grade.  Mrs. Millie Hines of Bloomington, Ill., is visiting her father J.C. Mounce and other relatives here … Irdel Wright was in the vicinity the first visiting S.G. Ping and family, last Sunday … Mrs. G. Ping and children went to Ringgold to visit her father P.F. Baker the latter part of last week … John Hargis has returned to his home in Boyle County after a short visit with relatives here … Alvin Tomlinson and family of Ruth visited her father Green R. Dykes Saturday and Sunday …. Mrs. Mary J. Mounce visited Mathew Baker and family last Sunday … Ernest Baker is at home after a two weeks stay with her brother Chas. Baker at Colo.

Marriage Licenses.  The following marriage licenses have been issued from the County Clerk's office during the past week:  Jesse G. Kirby, 50, to Lula Warren, 25; Otto Killis Hall, 23, to Bertha Lee Belvins, 16; Escal Bates, 25, to Ada Simpson, 32; Lawrence Hall, 23, to Macle Randalls, 18; Ernice P. Robinson, 24, to Evelyne Massey, 23; John T. Hargis, 54, to Nannie Ellen Surber, 40.  There were 42 marriage licenses issued from the Pulaski County Clerk's office during the month of November.

Burnside.  Mrs. J.W. Elliott and son returned home last week from Celina, Tenn. Her sister Miss Laura Plumlee returned with her for a visit … H.Z. Rakestraw of Glen Mary, Tenn., was in town Thursday on business ... J.N. Dillon of Stearns was home over Sunday … Mrs. W.R. Hewlett was in Somerset shopping Saturday .. One of the best plays in the way of home talent was given here last Thursday evening called the "Womanless Wedding."  All characters were men, and they displayed splendid talent.  Much fun and laughter was enjoyed.  The splendid amount made will be used by the Parent Teachers Association for improving the school building ... Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Flynn have a new baby girl … J.H. Vanhook and Dr. T.L. Gamblin were in Lexington Friday to take Mr. Vanhook's daughter Miss Ollie to the Central States hospital for further treatment … Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Curll are home again after an extended visit with relatives in Philadelphia and Brookville, Pa. … B.L. Ramsey of Monticello was in town Monday … Mr. Maucellit of Bauer was in town on business Monday … Mrs. T.R. Shadoan and Miss Laura Triplett were shopping in Somerset Monday … Dee A. Nunn of Akron, O., was the guest of Mrs. Geo. W. Nunn and family this week.  He was en route to Florida for the winter … Quite a crowd of young folks attended the basketball game in Monticello Saturday night between State Univ. and Monticello … Dr. B.B. Lowdenback was called to his home town at Owentown on account of the death of his grandfather … L.J. Parrigin of Paintsville, Ky., was in town Monday on business … The Ladies of the Presbyterian Church are having a bazaar today and Saturday.  Call and do your Christmas shopping next door to Sloan & Cheeley ... Lucian Hewlett of Huntsville, Ala., was a visitor with his brother, W.R. Hewlett and family this week … Mrs. G.B. Lindsey of Cincinnati is with her husband for a visit at the Seven Gables Hotel … Mrs. J.F. Lanier has returned to Saylerville, Ky., after an extended visit with her mother Mrs. John Fitzgerald … Sam Richardson of Somerset was in town on business Tuesday … The Young Peoples Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Howard Selvidge Tuesday evening … The Parent Teachers Association had a good meeting Monday evening at the school building. Plans were discussed as to improving the school rooms … Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Davidson entertained to a dinner party
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Curll and Rev. and Mrs. W.T. Overstreet … The Women's Reading Circle was entertained Thursday afternoon by Mesdames A.C. French and N.I. Taylor at the home of Mrs. Taylor.  The usual attractive program was given before a large attendance.  The hostesses served very dainty refreshments … J.H. Parrigin, attorney, was in Somerset Monday attending quarterly court.

Oil Center.  Farmers of this place are very busy gathering corn … Mr. Noah has moved to the property of Mr. A.J. Spaw … Mr. Will Ware has moved to the property of S.P. Simpson … Some of the girls of this place attended church at White Oak Sunday … Mr. Luther Flynn made his regular call at J.Y. Simpson's Sunday … Mr. Arnold Lane visited O.M. Cooper's Sunday … Chester Ellis and family of Fishing Creek visited his mother Mrs. Nannie Ellis, Saturday and Sunday … Mrs. Nannie Ellis is able to be out again after an illness of 17 weeks of typhoid fever … Elmer and Harlin Lane visited their sister Miss
Della Beasley of Nancy Sunday.

Mt. Zion.  Farmers are about through gathering corn .. Miss Nora Baugh is some better at present … Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Densmore and family visited Robert Vaught's Saturday evening … Miss Myrtle Vaught visited Eloma Spears Saturday and Sunday … Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Sipples visited Mr. J.M. Densmore Sunday evening … Mr. Alfred and Myra Lanham were visiting in this neighborhood last week.

McKinney.  Several from here attended church at the Nazarene Church at Science Hill Sunday night … Carl Vaught and wife, who have been in Montana, were called to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Chaney … Mrs. C.A. Bishop is still on the sick list … Mrs. Stella Crawford visited home folks Saturday … Mance Swearingen and wife and John Watson and family visited at C.A. Bishop's Sunday … Ivan Vaught happened to a little accident Thursday by shooting his foot … Berlin Thurman and wife and Lizzie Vaught and daughters Ella and Florence visited W.M. Langdon's Sunday … Evelyn the little daughter of Carl Vaught has been sick for the past few days … Uncle Andy Langdon visited at W.H. Vaught's Monday.

Pulaski.  Miss Lillian Smith of Ansel spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith .. Mrs. Dennis Cassada gave her husband a surprise party Saturday night. Quite a number of people were present … Miss Ruth Rhoten of Somerset is the attractive guest of Mrs. D. Cassada .. Mr. O. Pike and family of Waynesburg who purchased a new Studebaker car spent the weekend here … Quite a number from here attended church at Science Hill Sunday night .. Miss Lou Vanover who was returning home from a party Saturday night, stepped on a No. 8 nail, causing a very severe wound … Mrs. Fannie Loveless is able to be out again after a severe attack of cold … Little Miss Iva Morefield was called to the bedside of her father Mr. Sef. Morefield, who is very ill … Mrs. Minnie Quinton who has been very ill, is improving … Miss Minnie Detherage, teacher of primary classes, is boarding with Mrs. Wm. Surber .. Mr. J.L. Wilder and family are moving to Somerset. We regret very much to see them go.

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