Trot. Rev. Reese delivered an interesting sermon
Mrs. Will Fisher is getting along very
Mrs. Hammons arrived Saturday to nurse Mrs.
Coral Humble and wife spent Sunday at
John Hines came home from Indiana
Mr. and Mrs. V. Hodge and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Keith visited their mother Mrs. Taylor, Sunday
Henry Johnson visited his brother here Sunday
Miss Colutha Burton entertained a few of her
friends Friday evening with a singing
Mr. and Mrs.
W.J. Stone visited her folks near Crab Orchard over the
weekend .. Henry Hines bought from Wm. Ashley one acre of
land where he will build soon
Little Fred Fisher
is very sick
C.P. Hargis visited the Sunday School
at Pleasant Hill and made a nice talk
Scales is no better at this writing .. Mr. Catron of Oak
Hill was at his new home here yesterday and will move
John Stone spent Saturday night with his
sister Mrs. Fitzpatrick.
Pleasant Hill. Mrs. Lucy Mills of Drum visited her
mother Mrs. J.T. Scales here last week. Mrs. Scales
has been quite ill for several weeks with rheumatism ..
John Hines and True Scales returned home Sunday from
Indiana where they have been working .. Miss Bettie
Girdler of Chattanooga spent a ew days last week with
. Rosco Holder and family returned
home from Cincinnati a few days ago
Mrs. Mary Hall
of Science Hill spent Thursday night with her sister,
Mrs. Lucy Girdler who is very sick
. Rev. W. Reese
was present Saturday evening and Sunday to fill his
Misses Ruth and Stella Girdler were
guests of the Humble girls Thursday night
Hines bought a small tract of land from Mrs. M.F. Ashley
Miss Jessie Hines spent last week with
her aunt Mrs. Wm. Girdler
Ernest Holder bought a
horse from C.H. Mercer of Science Hill for $150.
Ingle. Gathering corn, stripping tobacco and
getting wood are the main occupations in this part
Mrs. Elizabeth, who has been sick for some time, is about
the same, very poorly
Mrs. Floy Kissee, who has
been sick, is also about the same
Mr. Dick Kissee
who has paralysis is no better
Mr. and Mrs. John
F. Pitman are very poorly
Mrs. Bannie McGound,
Miss Nannie Roy and Miss Fannie Roy were the guest of
Mrs. Laura B. Kissee Sunday evening
Jasper and Miss Elsie Hines of Mintonville, Ky., visited
at the home of Mr. Henry Dick the fore part of the week
Mr. Arch Davenport traded for a half acre of
tobacco from Mr. John Eads Monday; in their trade Mr.
Eads got a fine Plymouth Rock rooster
Beasely had a house covering Wednesday in order to get
his new house covered
Mr. Tom Passmore of Russell
County was in this vicinity the first part of the week on
Mr. Henry Gilpin is still buying hogs. If
anyone has any to sell, call on him
who has been visited at Mr. Henry Dick's has returned to
his home in Cincinnati.
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
E. Weddle and Mattie Weddle visited
his mother S.M. Weddle near Ingle Saturday and Sunday
Andy Rogers visited T.L. Pitman Sunday.
Beech Grove. Rev. P.C. Newell preached at Bethlehem
Edd Stone visited his brother Chas. Stone
Sunday .. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Godby visited at Lewis
Roysdon's Sunday .. Mr. Ross Phelps, wife and baby and
Miss Winnie Abbott visited at Layton Irwin's Sunday
Chas. Taylor of Mintonville was the
guest of his mother Mrs. Ellen Taylor on Sunday
Mrs. Lula Willard and baby are spending a few days with
her father Rev. P.C.
Howard Wesley and Miss Zelma Price were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Phelps Sunday evening
Xray Wesley spent Sunday with home folks
Phelps and Chas. Wallace who have been working in Indiana
have returned home
Mrs. Will Wallace visited her
parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley, Monday
Godby is better at this writing
almost here and it is time to make preparations for a
visit from Santa Claus.
Oak Hill. Gathering corn is the order of the day
Mrs. George Phillips is on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Wilson visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Phillips Sunday afternoon
Burton has returned to her work at Cincinnati .. Mrs.
Lula Frisbie spent one afternoon last week with Mrs. Lucy
Quite a number of young folks were present
at the birthday dinner given at Mr. Russell Nicholas'
Sunday. All reported a good time
Maude and Evelyn
Frisbie visited Mrs. D.S. Claunch Sunday afternoon .. Ova
Frisbie spent the day Sunday with Glenna Mayfield.
Mark. Farmers of this vicinity are not yet through
Rev. Wesley delivered an excellent
sermon at Fellowship Sunday
Mrs. Milford Sears who
has been on the sick list, is improving
Farmer is at Dr.
Medekel's Sanitarium taking treatment for appendicitis
Aunt Martha Ramey of Acorn is visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansford and baby spent
Sunday at J.R. Whitson's
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Criss
came down from Dayton, O., Sunday to spend a few weeks
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Whitson
J.J. Bates of the Grundy vicinity is seriously ill
B.F. Linville and family have returned from Frankfort
W.F. Linville made a trip to Conrard this first of
Escol Bates and Miss Addie Simpson were
married Dec. 3
Mrs. Ona Hargis has been
entertaining her sister-in-law, Mrs. Belden Sears, and
children, of Detroit, Mich., the past week
Bingham has moved to the farm recently purchased from
C. Bingham has moved into the
property vacated by Jas. Bingham
has vacated Wm. Hargis' property and moved to Dave
Carter Farley and family have moved back
to Bell County
Mrs. Sam Farmer and children spent
the latter part of the week with relatives near Acorn
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hargis spent Sunday at Ona Hargis'
The many friends of Wake Cash of Acorn regret to
learn of his serious illness
Ottis and Alonzo
Sears of Indianapolis visited their parents Mr. and Mrs.
John Sears of Short Creek a few days of last week
Carl Randall and Clate Hunt came down from Lockland,
Ohio, for a few days.
Irvins Store. Mr. Silas Norman and Miss Olva Popplewell
were married December 5th
T.B. Wade made a
business trip to Somerset last week .. Elmer Johnson's
baby died and was buried December 5th
has gone to Louisville to visit his brother-in-law, Iva
Harris, who is attending school there
Mercer's wife is seriously ill
Londo Meece and
wife of Parks Ridge visited Dr. Hammonds and family
Festus Wade, wife and children
motored to Ono Sunday to visit relatives there
Mrs. Tom Upton of Parks Ridge is quite ill at this
Marcellus Wilson is building a new barn
Babe Harris son of J.W. Harris, who has been
ill for the past year, is coming home. Mr. Harris has
gone to Somerset to meet him ..
Mrs. Lewis Swanson and little twin babies all three died
Monday, December 6th. The babies were born Sunday,
Uncle Bill Mitchell and family have moved to their place
near Coffey's Chapel
Reed attended his regular appointment at the Baptist
Everyone keep their eyes open for the first
number of the lyceum course which will be held at Eubank.
The date will be in this paper soon. Everyone attend.
I am sure you will be benefited
Laura Gooch of Somerset is with her brother, Jim Bryant
of this place
Miss Maud Asher and Mrs. Adams went
from here to Lancaster, Ky., where they will visit Mr.
Hanley Steamburgin and will return to their home in
Mrs. Will Estes delightfully
entertained the following with a house party Wednesday
evening: Miss Maud Asher, Prof. C.H. Taylor, Mrs.
B.L. Adams, Dr. Lester, Mr. Herman Wesley, Mrs. Maud
McClure, Misses Fay and Berdena Gooch, Edd Gooch, Laurel
Carter and Dewey Horton
The Eubank High School has
received their 21 volumes of The New International
Encyclopedia, and some new library books and other
necessary things for the school
. The People's
Society will meet on December 10th and will have a most
interesting program for those who attend. Everyone
Miss Alene Godby is with home folks in
Pulaski this week
Mrs. I.E. Payne entertained Miss
Maud Asher and Mrs. B.L. Adams at a 6 o'clock dinner
Tuesday evening, and several others came in after dinner
and spent the evening very enjoyably.
Wardrip is with his father in Riley, Ky.
Barkleg has moved into the "Uncle" John
Wheeldon home and we are glad to have them in our little
Velber. Mrs. Emily Eastham visited Mr. and Mrs.
J.T. Dye at J.D. Compton's Friday afternoon
Elvin Wesley visited Mr. Curtis Compton Saturday night
Miss Dorothy Eastham is visiting her
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
J.T. Eastham this week
Miss Martha Adams of Mt.
Hope visited Miss Helen Irvine Friday night
Blaine Eastham and wife visited relatives at Mintonville
Saturday night and Sunday
Jason Compton and
Clifford Baugh visited at J.D. Compton's Sunday
Miss Helen Irvine was the guest of Miss Zelma Compton
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doss visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
A.W. Rainwater Wednesday evening .. Hulbert Henderson
spent Tuesday night with Clarence Rainwater
and Mrs. Everett Allen visited his sister Thursday night
..Mrs. Jim Henderson and daughter Emma visited at J.
Dick's Tuesday night
Miss Maude Henderson has been
visiting her brother near Ingle
Rainwater visited her cousin Miss Pearl Allen, Wednesday
night .. Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Schoolcraft visited his sister, Mrs. L.F.
Luttrell Friday night .. Clarence Rainwater spent
Wednesday night at Everett Allen's .. The little daughter
of L.F. Luttrell has pneumonia .. Mr. and Mrs. George
Emmerson visited Mrs. Emmerson's parents Thursday night
Clarence Rainwater visited his sister Mrs. Loretta
Doss Saturday night .. Randow Cooper and family visited
her brother George Emmerson Sunday
visited her brother Sunday .. Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Rainwater
visited at W.W. Molden's Sunday
visited his daughter Saturday evening
Rainwater visited Miss Bertha Rainwater Sunday
Miss Pearl Allen is
visiting her aunt Flora Hudson of Somerset
Carl Henley visited his uncle Saturday night
Willie Ware has moved to the property of S. Simpson.
Wilson Chapel. Mrs. Chester Hall visited Mrs. A.J.
Wilson Monday evening
Mrs. A.J. Wilson and little
son Ellis visited friends and relatives part of last week
at Science Hill
Frank Manning and Hollis Wilson
have been cutting wood for Ransom Vaught
Wilson traded a heifer to Goss Warren for a cow
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Baugh visited Billy Baugh of Mt. Zion
Mr. Virgil Lee Baugh traded a shot
gun to Bruce Howell for a Jennie
Estle Wilson visited at Lafe Smith's Sunday
Geo. Garret has been very ill
Mr. and Mrs. W.S.
Wilson and little daughters Minnie and Hattie visited at
A.J. Wilson's Sunday.
Mr. Chas. Denney moved Thursday to his property at Elrod
Mrs. Martha Farmer is visiting at J.M. Carter's
Mrs. Julia Gillispie and baby of Indiana are
visiting her father Mr. William Poynter
Bullock is visiting at J.L. Bumgardner's
Randolph has moved on J.M. Carter's place
. Mr. Joe
Davidson visited at W.H. Bumgardner's Saturday night
Misses Alma and Gertrude Bailey were the Sunday
guests of Miss Sallie Mae Bumgardner
Carter and son Oscar visited his father Mr. Rush Carter
Sunday .. Logan DeBord and family spent Sunday at W.H.
Mr. Roy Eads and family moved to
Mr. Henry Poynter spent Thursday
night with his parents at Crab Orchard
has drilled a well for Oscar Surber. They report
plenty of water
Robert Todd, who has
appendicitis, is better
Messrs W.H. and George
Bumgardner spent last Saturday night at J.H. Davidson's
Well Driller Jesse drilled a 40 ft. well
for Joe. Oscar Sowder and struck 38 ft. of ater
Mrs. W.H. Bumgardner and two daughters and Mrs. Sallie
Hart and children spent last Sunday with Mrs. George
Mr. Jerry Watson and family have gone
to Kansas to make their future home
Bumgardner and George Bumgardner moved Roy Ead's family
to Somerset Thursday
. Tom Harper sold his
personal property at public sale November 30.
He and family will locate in Illinois
Eads spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Mae Bailey .. James
Vanhook's new house is about completed
Vanhook of Bent will move to W.B. Vanhook's place
Mrs. Sallie Hart and children spent Wednesday at J.L.
Bumgardner's .. Most all of the farmers here have been
busy gathering corn
Mrs. Ida Bullock who has been
quite ill is improving .. Mrs. J.M. Carter and daughter
Mrs. Henry Poynter spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. W.H.
J.L. Bumgardner has employed Wm.
Randolph to saw his winter wood with his engine and saw
Sunday visitors at W.H. Bumgardner's were
Misses Gertrude and Alma Bailey of Hazel Dell, Mr. Logan
DeBord's of Plato, and Joe Davidson of Sweeney's Chapel.
Science Hill. Mrs. A.J. Wilson of Wilson
Chapel is visiting here and attending church
M.A. Dodson and daughter Lucille, are visiting relatives
in Wayne County
Mr. Sam Roy is some better at this
writing .. Brother and Sister Waters of Mt. Hope are
attending the revival here
Mrs. Cora Parks and
baby visited Mrs. Frances Hines last week
Adams has sold his store and restaurant to Harrison Leigh
B.C. Dause and children moved to their farm near
Hogue last Thursday
. Rev. E.N. Waters of Mt. Hope
has been doing carpenter work for Mrs. M.F. Fletcher
Mack Baugh sings at the Methodist Church every
Saturday night .. Rev. Crowe preached at the Christian
Church Sunday and Sunday evening .. The revival at the
Nazarene church continues over Sunday Dec. 12. Great good
is being accomplished. Brother Lienard is bringing
some great sermons. Come and hear him.
Faubush. Farmers of this vicinity are about through
Mr. "Bill" Burkett who
has been quite ill, is slowly improving
Grace, daughter of Harrison Flynn, is quite ill
There is a great deal of complaint of colds in he
neighborhood just now
Mr. Welba Cain is suffering
with a sore hand caused by an accident when putting wood
in a stove. Also, his brother, Achillis, is suffering
with some small abscesses on his wrist .. Mr. J.M. Garner
has moved to his new home which he purchased from Welba
Cain and which has been occupied the past year by George
Mr. Ottis Weddle has moved to this
father's farm which was bought from Eventis Wilson
Carl McDaniel of Fishing Creek is moving on the farm of
Elisha Thomas on Wolf Creek
Mrs. Jonah Bolin and
Mrs. Welba Cain visited at Mrs. George Burkett's
. Mr. L.B. Weddle visited his
daughter Retta Cundiff last Tuesday
Wooldridge of Ona visited his sister Mrs. Dr. Hughes last
Monday night; also his niece, Mrs. B.D. Weddle, Tuesday
and Wednesday night
B.D. Weddle and E.R.
Wooldridge made a business trip to Somerset on Wednesday
A series of meetings are being conducted at the
Mt. Pisgah Church at Faubush by Rev. Breedings.
Shafter. Ewell Taylor has returned from Indiana,
where he recently went to husk corn
Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Lee are the proud parents of a fine girl, Minnie
Coleman Jones happened to a very
unfortunate accident Thursday afternoon when the car
which he was driving plunged over an embankment, pinning
him beneath the car. His injuries are very painful but
Mr. and Mrs. Meatle Baker and
children, of Pole Bridge, were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Mills
John Andy Girdler sold a tract
of land to Aaron Abbott of Nancy
Ernest Jones is
at home again after a few weeks absence in Indiana
Mrs. Coleman Jones and baby visited
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fount Bolin of Pisgah a few days
Dan Smith purchased some hogs from Mrs.
Lola White Saturday
Mrs. Claude Jasper is the
proud recipient of a nice bushel of apples, presented by
Mrs. John Simpson.
Dykes. The people of this community are very busy
Rev. Green Rogers and J.R. Sears
are holding a revival meeting at Friendship Church.
Large crowds are attending
Miss Bertha Bolton was
the guest of Miss Stella Helton Saturday
Martha and Elva Sears visited Bertha Bolton Saturday
Miss Sarah Warren has gone to Wingsburg to stay
Miss Pauline Edwards and Alma
Bolton have a real nice time going to school
Elizabeth Farmer was the guest of Miss Della Sears Sunday
A large crowd attended the pie supper at Goodwater
Saturday night. The pies sold well .. Miss Emma
Baker of Grade was the guest of Miss Pearl Baker Sunday
Mr. Chas. Bolton and wife visited Mrs. Bill
Farmer of Poplarville .. The Low Gap school is
progressing nicely, Ina Bolton teacher.
Clear Fork. The new oil well that was being drilled
in Singleton has been completed. As Mr. Towble has
drilled something near 400 feet the indications for oil
was good as he has drilled through oil sand, but no oil,
and soon begin a new well and we wish him better luck
next time, as we feel sure hat we have oil in this
Oscar Prince has bought from M.N. Ingram
a good work horse
Mr. and Mrs. Coral Gooch visited
Green McMullin's Sunday
Saturday, Dec. 4, was
Mr. Austin Kidd's sale. Everything sold very cheap.
They will leave here soon for Monroe, Mich. .. Mr. Hogue
is very ill at this writing
Raymond Harshbarger is
very ill with mumps and has had a backset of pneumonia.
Floyd. The sick folks at this place are all
improving at present
Ira Trivett returned home on
Saturday from Miamisburg, O., accompanied by his friend,
Misses Mary and Louisa Higgins have
gone to Columbus, Miss., to spend the winter with their
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Surber will move to the
McCracken farm near this place within a short time ..
Chas. Griffin has moved to the Higgins farm and is
keeping batch .. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines have gone to
Cincinnati, O. .. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Harmon of Science
Hill spent the day Friday with their daughter Mrs. Wm.
Jenkins at this place
Mrs. Effie Benton was
called from her school here Wednesday to Somerset on
account of the illness of her mother
Johnson of Somerset came up Friday to spend a few days
with her mother, Mrs. Belle Trivett
McCracken and children spent the day Sunday with her
grandmother Mrs. Janet Stout
M.N. Griffin and
family spent Sunday afternoon with Jas. E. Todd and
M.N. Griffin's new barn is nearly completed
Miss O. Blevins is staying with Mrs. R.M. Trivett
at this place
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Surber and son
Charles spent the day Saturday at M.N. Griffin's.
Soules Chapel. Rev. Wells filled his regular
appointment here Sunday
The death angel visited the home of Mr. McCoy and claimed
as its victim their little baby late Saturday evening.
Burial Monday at Soules Chapel. They have the
Miss Mag Eldridge and Harry Yahnig visited
Katherine King Sunday afternoon
Mr. Hade Hines had
a horse to die Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. Bracher
Gragg and Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Sears spent the day with
Mrs. Arthur Gragg Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dutton
and family, Mrs. Bill Cundiff and Mr. and Ms. Marion
Dutton spent Sunday evening with C.T. Cundiff
and Mrs. I.P. Harmon called on Mr. M.B. Meece Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Richardson and
Mr. and Mrs. R.P. James attended church at
Somerset Sunday evening
Mrs. Andrew Colyer is
visiting her brother-in-law Mr. John Colyer of Illinois
Mr. Esco Bates and Miss Addie Simpson were married
last Friday. We wish them prosperity through life's
Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Godby of Somerset were
the guests of her parents here Sunday
has been in Lexington for the past two weeks, having his
Mrs. Hays Meece entertained the young
folks Sunday night with music in honor of Miss Elsie
Lee Smiley and Rosa Mills stole a march on their
friends last Wednesday and eloped to Tennessee and were
married. Lee Smiley is one of Colo's promising
young men and saw service in France. Mrs. Smiley is the
daughter of Steve Mills of Poplarville. We wish
them a pleasant voyage on the sea of matrimony
Alberta Farmer of Poplarville has been visiting at
her brother's, Rob Farmer, since Thanksgiving
Meece is clerking in the store for Leo Keeney
Marion Meece, Jr., purchased three acres of land from his
father, A.J. Meece, and expects to build later
Keeney has installed a new telephone in his dwelling
Anna and Lamont Meece were the guests of Bettie
and Edd Keeney Sunday evening
Mangum. Several from this place attended the
singing at King Bee Sunday
Miss Bertha Belvins and
Otto Hall surprised their many friends by getting married
last Sunday, Rev. Geo. Thompson officiating
Dick and family were Sunday visitors at Frank Hall's
The infant child of Sim Hall's died Sunday. They
had been on a visit to his father's J.D. Hall when the
child took ill on the road home and died. The
bereaved family have our deepest sympathy
Robert Gentian and family have returned home to Willow
Springs after a weeks stay on business .. Rev. Baugh
filled his regular appointment at Shady Grove Sunday ..
Mrs. Louanna Barber has returned home after a weeks visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dick
Waters will begin the erection of a dwelling in the near
Betheney Mofield was the guest of Louis
Pisgah. Mrs. Nan Gholson spent Monday with Mrs.
E.S. Heaton .. Mrs. E.S. Heaton is no better at this
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bryant and Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Gholson spent Sunday with Mrs. Nan Gholson ..
Miss Frances Harvey spent the weekend with Miss Desta
Mrs. George Reese and children have been
visiting her mother Mrs. E.S. Heaton
Miss Maud and
Evelyn Frisbie visited Miss Thelma Claunch Sunday
D.S. Claunch spent Saturday with Sam O.
Alex White, of Indiana, is visiting his
brother Bill White.
Marcus Troxtell and Delmer Nicholas were married
Rev. Dock Nicholas was the Tuesday night
guests of John Silvers
Rev. Randall of Somerset
will preach at Holiness Church Friday and Saturday nights
. Several from here are attending the
protracted meetings at Tateville
The East boys
entertained a number of boys and girls Monday night
Mrs. Wesley Erp of Torrent is visiting her mother
Mrs. Ran Erp
Mrs. Willie Flynn is visiting Mrs.
John Simpson .. Mrs. Jim Colyer of Burnside is visiting
Mrs. Bruce Colyer
Misses Nina Hines and Pearl
Shadoan and Vanda Lee Hines, Mrs. Amelia Hines, and Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Coomer were at Mrs. R.M. East's Monday
Mr. Everett Wallace has come home from
Steve Lovell has joined the army for
Miss Delia Garrett was at home last
Saturday and Sunday. She is teaching at Flossie,
Mrs. Delia Simpson called on Mrs. Sarah
Miss Emma Sullivan is back from
Mintonville .. Mr. Rufus Hardwick went to Kidder Monday
.. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Silvers and children spent Sunday
at Mr. Walter Thompson's.
Hogue. Mrs. Artie Campbell and daughter Ovaline of
Ansel spent Saturday and Sunday at A. Cox's
Lulu Adams spent Thursday until Saturday with her aunt
Mrs. Frances Adams
Mr. J.D. Hendricks sold a milk
cow to Mr. Sam West of Cave Hill
Blevins and daughter Miss Elizabeth visited her mother
Mrs. Mary J. Dick last Friday
Mrs. Rhoda Turpen
and little daughter of Cincinnati are visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Pitman
Quite a number
of the young people from here attended the singing at
King Bee Sunday afternoon
Rutherford Adams spent
Sunday at L.T. Jasper's of Mt. Hope
Hendricks and children spent the weekend with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. N.R. Randolph of Ansel
of Cave Hill was a guest of Jay and Prince West Saturday
night and Sunday
. There will be church here at
Center Post next Sunday morning
Miss Malinda Adams
was a Sunday and Sunday night guest of Miss Gola Dick ..
Clarence Cooper of Whitley City spent the weekend at his
grandfather's Mr. C.C. Cooper
Mrs. Albert Campbell
of Ansel spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. A.J. Adams
Next Sunday will close the singing at King Bee ..
Mrs. Lucy Jasper and daughters Effie and Gertrude were
visitors at G.W. Adams Sunday .. Mr. Bryant Dause and
family who moved to Science Hill several weeks ago, moved
back to their farm here last week
Adams sold his farm at Mangum for $1,100 to Harlan