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The Somerset Journal-The Oldest Democratic Newspaper in the Mountains of Kentucky
Friday December 24, 1920
Page Two of Two
Merry Christmas to All
Here's wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy
. Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Hewlett were in
Somerset shopping Monday
. The first number of our
Lyceum Course was given here Monday evening by The Marie
Hessan Company, and was decidedly the best thing we have
ever had in the way of concert entertainment. They
were very delightful and brilliant young ladies
Mr. R.O. Lewis and Mrs. C.T. Dow were in
Somerset Monday for the day
All the young folks
are coming home for the Christmas vacation. Tom
Fagaly of State College, Shelby Rankin of Tennessee
Military College, Miss Ruth Harvey who goes to Hamilton,
Lexington, Graham Davidson, of Centre
Harn who has been teaching in Cleveland for some months
is home for the holidays
School closed Thursday
and the various teachers went their way to have a happy
Christmas vacation. Misses Willie and Jessie Prater
will go to their home in Salersville; Miss Bradshaw to
Montpelier; Miss Perry to Honey Bee; Miss Kennedy to
Miss Marjorie Thompson left Thursday for
a visit with relatives in Wellington, O.,
N.D. Stigall delightfully entertained the
"Dreadnot" class of the M.E. Sunday School last
Mrs. C.C. Greeno and daughter are with
relatives in Milford, O., for the holidays
Mrs. Norman Taylor attended a missionary
meeting in Louisville Wednesday
A big union
Christmas program was enjoyed at the Masonic Hall
Thursday evening. The giving of gifts, singing of
Christmas hymns, and the love and fellowship which
prevailed sent the large crowd back to their homes ready
to enjoy the Christmas time more fully
Mrs. W.J. Davidson were in Knoxville most of the week
Mrs. John F. Tuttle died at her home Saturday
evening after eight months of illness with cancer. Mrs.
Tuttle was a wonderful Christian character and will be
missed among her friends. Rev. W.L. Clark of Somerset
conducted the funeral services Sunday afternoon, assisted
by Rev. C.L. Hawkins. Much sympathy is extended to
the bereaved family. Mrs. Tuttle is survived by her
husband, three sons and three daughters .. Dr. and Mrs.
Stigall and daughter were in Somerset Saturday
Mrs. A.G. Jones and Mrs. J.H. Selvidge and sons
were in Danville Saturday with friends
Mrs. W.W. Rew were in Cincinnati the first part of this
Mr. and Mrs. John Bell and daughter of
Jerome, Ark., are with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Martin for the holidays
Misses Nina Beaty and
Pearl Bradshaw were in Somerset shopping Tuesday.
Branch. Rev. Stover preached at the Nazarene Church
Miss Laura Simpson and Ernest Simpson of
Nancy, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith Saturday night and
Born to the home of Mr. Fox Beasley,
December 17, a girl
Velasco Girdler and Cloa
Abbott surprised their many friends by going to Tennessee
and getting married Thursday. We wish them a long and
Mrs. Mollie Cain and Miss Lora Prather,
Mrs. Nellie McBeath visited Mrs. Mabel Jasper on Sunday
Mrs. Luther Mills and Mrs. Mabel Jasper
were in town Monday shopping
Marvin Kenny, wife
and baby, of Delmar, visited James Kenny Saturday night
Mrs. Hattie Hudson and children visited
Mrs. John A. Jones Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Taylor visited their daughter, Mrs.
Robert Williams Sunday night
Birchel Cottingin, of
Indianapolis, is visiting relatives here
Adams visited her aunt, Mrs. R.H. Barnes, the first of
Mr. R.H. Barnes bought 100 binds of
fodder from Mrs. Vanloe McDonald, for $3.00
Rose McDonald and Vada McDonald were the guests of Mrs.
Nelson Mayfield Sunday night
Mrs. Vada McDonald
visited her grandmother Mrs. A. Chang, Monday
Robert Williams, wife and children, attended church at
Rev. B. Boyd is conducting a
revival at Bethany.
people in this community are about through gathering corn
Willie Vanhooser has returned home from Illinois,
where he has been husking corn .. Mrs. Dora Burton of
Wayne County is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Rev. Stone filled his regular appointment at
the Delmer Church Sunday night
Mr. and Mrs. B.
Vanhooser were guest of his brother H. Vanhooser,
Saturday and Sunday
Rebecca and Ezra Epperson, who
have been down with typhoid fever, are about well again
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Wright were the Sunday guests of
Rev. Stover and wife
Mrs. Eliza Hart was the guest
of her sister Mrs. Pearl Brock one day last week
Mrs. Delia Nicholas has moved to her new home near
Hogue. Mrs. Mary Wise and children spent Sunday at James Randolph's Mr. Chester Roy, of Science Hill, was a guest of Mr. Luther Cooper Saturday night Bud Wesley and family have moved here on G.W. Jasper's place Mrs. A.J. Adams spent Sunday at Mt. Hope with her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Jasper We are sorry to say that Miss Myrtle Wesley, who has been sick for some time, is no better at this writing Mr. W.J. Vaught and family gave a singing last Tuesday night Mr. Charlie Cash has moved here on Dock Dick's farm Mr. Finley Adams of Pleasant Hill, visited his father A.J. Adams, last Thursday night Some of the boys from here attended church at Mt. Zion on Sunday night Mrs. Lillie Dick of Mangum spent Saturday night and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Rutherford Adams.
Store. Rev. J.F. Black filled his regular
appointment at Coffey's Chapel last Sunday
J.B. Tarter and family of Russell Springs attended the
church at Coffey's Chapel on Sunday
Haney, of Ingle, visited his sister Mrs. Victoria Wade
Robert Wade is at home for the
Miss Chloe Hopper who has been
teaching school at Cherry Grove is at home. She and her
brother, Otis, will start to Berea to school next Monday
Syl Anderson and children visited her sister, Mrs.
Mary E. Wade, last Sunday
T.B. Wade and Thomas D.
Haney made a business trip to Somerset last week
There will be a foot washing and a sacrament meeting at
the new church at Parks Ridge on Christmas day
B.O. Russell and family have come home from Elreno, Okla.
Babe Harris and family are at home after staying a
year in Mansfield, Ill.
There was an entertainment
at Salem School last Friday night. Everyone enjoyed
a good time.
There was a baptizing at Silons Roy's Sunday
little Nazarene has moved his meetings to Grimes Chapel
Mr. Leo Hatfield has moved to Mr. R.C. Luttrell's
Mr. John Burton is moving back to the place
Hatfield moved from
Mr. A.M. Wilson and family
visited his sister Saturday and Sunday near Fount Hill
The writing school will begin at Pine Top school
Monday and will last the last week of school
George Lawson visited his father and mother Saturday
Rev. Bishop Wesley filled his regular appointment at Mt.
Zion Sunday and Sunday night .. Miss Myrtle Wesley of
Bethel Ridge is visiting her sister, Mrs. May Richardson
Miss Goldie Richardson and Miss Cloma Spears
visited Myrtle Vaught Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
Dunsmore visited Mr. Alfred Dunsmore Sunday
Oraile Leigh visited Mr. Alfred Dunsmore Sunday night
Mr. Raymond Lester is visiting home folks now
Mrs. Sarah Baugh visited Mrs. May Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vaught visited Mrs.
Linnie Dunsmore Saturday and Sunday .. Mr. and Mrs. C.
Leigh is visiting Mrs. Prissie Leigh
Mr. and Mrs.
Milford Eubanks and children visited Mr. J.B. Wesley
Mrs. Bettie Lester is still improving
. Miss Minnie and Ettie Lester visited Miss Viola
Mr. Raymond Lester visited his
sister Mrs. Vola Hall Sunday and Sunday night.
Louisa Burton is worse at this writing
infant of John Cowen was buried Sunday, the mother is
very low .. Sid Vanhoosier and family have returned from
Born, to the home of Jno. Tarter, a fine
boy; also to the home of Archie Burton, a girl
Cleofus Baker and wife are in from Bosu, Ind., visiting
Walter Hudson and family visited his
brother F. Hudson, Sunday
E.T. Lester and family
visited at S.C. Burton's Sunday .. Virgil Hudson has
returned from Gibson City, Ill.
Mrs. V.L. Burton
is slowly improving
The people in this vicinity
were much grieved to hear of the death of Miss Ella Logan
as she was loved by all. The parents have our
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stone and uncle, John Stone, spent last
week in Casey County
Bill Huey and family will
move from here soon after Christmas
Fitzpatrick will spent this week at home
Neikirk and family visited Otto Fisher Sunday
Ashley and wife visited at Mrs. Ashley's Sunday .. The
Misses Humble were Friday guests of Mrs. Johnson .. Mr.
and Mrs. Worth Taylor were called to see his mother
Sunday, who is very sick
Our school will be out
Friday. We regret very much to see it out. We have
had a fine school and the very best of teachers, H.H.
Smith and Edith Corney, whom every child loves
Clarence Dunium and family have moved to Pulaski
Mrs. Will Fisher is better. The nurse, Mrs. Hamons, went
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fitzpatrick spent
this week with her mother, Mrs. Shadoan
Girdler is worse at this writing
Miss Nora Girdler
spent a few days of last week with Clara Ashley.
Hill. Mrs. W.T. Cox is visiting relatives at Ansel
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Haste of Oak Hill visited
Sister Bruner and Aunt Jane Howell last week
Sister Bruner filled her appointment at Nazarene Church
Sunday and Sunday night
. Miss Garnett Hines of
Trevacca College at Nashville, Tenn., is here to spend
the Christmas holidays with home folks
Phillips is on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. G.L.
Crawford moved here last week
Bro. Willis will
preach at the Methodist Church next Sunday and Sunday
The Missionary Society will have its first
meeting next Sunday night at the Nazarene Church .. Mr.
O.C. Pitman of Chattanooga, Tenn., spent last Saturday
night with his sister Mrs. J.C. Adams.
The proceeds from the pie supper at Buncombe Friday
evening amounted to $19.50, which was donated to the sick
family of Harvey Beck
Harvey Beck's oldest boy was
taken down with typhoid fever last week, which makes
seven that has had the fever; all but two of them are
Born, to the home of Millard Wesley, a
fine boy last week
Rev. J.C. Wheeldon failed to
fill his regular appointment at Sardis Saturday night and
Sunday on account of his sick brother
Born, to the
home of Elmer Burton, a fine boy, last week. Elmer
is all smiles
Geo. Thompson sang at Charter Oak
The Beck family is some better at
Aunt Sue Smith took dinner with Mrs.
Allie West Saturday
School was out here Saturday
and Miss Janie Hurt returned to her home at Camp Ground
Mr. L. Pointer and children returned from Illinois
Born, to the home of Millard Wesley, a
6-lb. boy .. Miss Lola Wilson visited Miss Ethel Estes
Allie West spent Sunday at Elmer Burton's
Mrs. Lizzie Higgins and the Pointer children spent
Sunday afternoon at Laura Burton's
Edd Smith and
family of Briery, visited at Alonzo Estes
Raymond Baugh spent last Sunday with Dewit Spears
Miss Vida Estes, of Buncombe, spent Sunday with Miss Enid
Mr. and Mrs. are all smiles over their new 9
pound boy, "Boyd"
. Mr. M.F. Wilson spent
Sunday with his brother, Mr. W.S. Wilson
butchered a beef Saturday.
Miss Maud Henderson and Alma Cooper visited at Zelotus
Dick's Saturday night
Miss Willie Rainwater
visited at C.B. Rainwater's Saturday night
Mrs. Edd Doss visited her parents Sunday night
Alonzo Dick entertained his friends with a clearing on
John Meadows has been visiting in this
Miss Thelma Dick and Lucy Silvers
returned from Berea to spend Christmas
and Hobert Ware returned from Illinois Sunday
Hubert Henderson spent Saturday night near Ingle.
Misses Lula Molen and Della Nantz are spending their
vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.X. Molen
Mrs. Nan Gholson entertained a number of young folks
Mrs. Joe Bryant and children of Burnside
spent the weekend with Mrs. C.D. Stigall
Lula Molen, Amanda Caylor, and Della Nantz, Messrs Guy
Cowan, Harley and Cy Claunch called on Miss Ruth Rhoten
Mr. Joe Gibson of Manhattan,
Montana, is visiting at the home of Mrs. B.C. Newell
Miss Dell Newell entertained a number of young
folks Thursday night
Misses Margaret Claunch, Katy
Caylor and Reta Tucker spent the weekend with Miss Desta
Miss Mae Frisbie called on Miss Mabel
Mrs. E.S. Heaton who has been
sick is improving
Harley Claunch of Waitsboro
spent Friday night with his sister, Mrs. S.O. Cowan
Mrs. Lizzie Graham of Ohio, is spending the
holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Woods Cowan
There is goingto be a Christmas entertainment at Pisgah
Cutting firewood and making fires is the order of the day
Mrs. Lillie Dick visited her daughter, Mrs. Effie
Adams, Saturday night and Sunday
Green Wesley and
family were the guests of Richard Dick and family
Saturday and Sunday
Bradley Whiles and family
visited at John Warren's Saturday night
made his regular call at Bob Spaws, Sunday
Wesley and wife were guests of J.H. Dick Saturday
Ira Mofield was the guest of Louis Waters Sunday
Finley Wesley purchased a tract of land from Bradley
B.H. Philips, of Paris, Ill., was the guest
of Louis Waters Tuesday night
Sim Hall and family
were guests of Mitchell Wesley Sunday
S. Hall and
Mrs. Bertha Hall were guests of John A. Blevins on
Mrs. Laura Vaught visited her brother
Green Wesley Thursday night.
James Eastham had a house covering Saturday by some of
Mr. D. Roberts was the guest of his
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Dye, at Mr. J.D. Compton's
Sunday afternoon .. Miss Zelma and Master Elzia Compton
were Sunday visitors of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. C.B.
Baugh, of Ware
Mrs. Odella Irvine and family were
the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Eastham
Miss Flossie Dick visited Mrs. Lina Compton Friday
Master Folger and Reuben Irvin and James
Eastham were Sunday visitors of heir grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. J.T. Eastham .. Miss Stella Irvin visited Miss
Zelma Compton on Friday.
Ruth. Rev. Hudson filled his regular appointment at Clay Hill Saturday and Sunday Misses Mazie and Effie Tomlinson visited Lou and Zella Dykes Saturday night Several of the young folks from this vicinity attended the pie supper at White Lily school house Saturday night Miss Myrtle Baker of Colo visited Miss Jennie Tomlinson Sunday night and attended prayer meeting at Clay Hill Mrs. Frances Meece visited her mother at White Lily last week Mr. A.A. Colyer and wife of Illinois are visiting in this neighborhood.
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