January 21, 1921
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|Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Emerson visited their son, George, Tuesday night
Mr. Vola Maupin visited his sister, Mrs. H.
Rainwater, Monday night
Mrs. Dica Schoolcraft
visited Mrs. Lester Emerson Tuesday night
Herbert Rainwater and Mr. Sherman Dick left on Thursday
for Lynch where they will work
Mr. Turner is
moving to the property of W.W. Molden
Emerson visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ragle Monday
Mrs. Martha Emerson visited Mrs. Martha Sievers
Mrs. Zelotus Dick visited Mrs. A.W.
Rainwater Thursday afternoon
Miss Pearlie Emerson
visited her brother Wednesday night
Rainwater has been on the sick list
Schoolcraft and Mr. L.B. Sievers were in Somerset Monday
Mrs. Lester Emerson visited Mrs. Ethie Rainwater
Mr. George Morris and family have
been visiting in this vicinity
Pearl Emerson has
been visiting her sister Mrs. R. Cooper
Dick visited at C.R. Rainwater's one evening last week
Miss Alma Cooper visited Miss Pearl Emerson Friday
Annie Sievers visited Pearlie Emerson
Miss Alma Cooper visited Miss
Audrey Rainwater Saturday
. Miss Maude Henderson
has been visited her father Hershel near Ingle
Master Holt Jasper of Beech Grove is visiting his
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Rainwater
Schoolcraft visited Alma Dick Sunday.
Rev. Cummings filled his appointment at Flat Lick
Saturday and Sunday
Uncle Bill Whitson is very
sick at this writing
Tom Eldridge and wife were in
Somerset Thursday on business
Mrs. H.H. Buchanan
and son, Tasso, spent Tuesday at W.C. Wyrick's
Born, to the home of Glen Minter, a girl
Hansford and children visited her sister, Mrs. D.B.
Simpson Stogsdill of Shopville
was in this neighborhood Saturday
. Misses Leona
Griffin and Sallie Ledford were Sunday guests at H.H.
Stanley Farmer and wife visited at her
D.B. Wyrick and Henry Farmer were
in Somerset Wednesday
J.H. McKinney was in
Bob Anderson and family spent Sunday
at Green Woodall's
William and Leona Griffin
attended a birthday dinner given for Herbert Whitis the
16th of this month
Miss Mag Price visited her
sister, Mrs. W.J. Brinkley, last week
little son of Andrew J. Hargis and wife, died on the 10th
of this month, after being sick only three days, and was
buried the 11th. Funeral services were conducted at Flat
Lick by Rev. Wesley, of Science Hill, and the little body
was laid to rest by other relatives. The parents
have the sympathy of all, but may they find consolation
in the knowledge that God doeth all things well.
Mr. Hiram Britain and family were guests of Mr. Geo
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stringer
visited at A.J. Hamm's Saturday night and Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Abbott were guests of John Ray Sunday
Mr. F.M. Brooks is visiting in Tennessee
Mr. Cecil Measel was the guest of Mr. Ben Barrens last
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McWilliams visited at Mr.
John McWilliams Sunday .. Mr. Charlie Scott is better at
Mrs. Rachel Long and Annie Osborne
were guests of Mr. David Benton's Sunday
Mrs. Cicero Acton were guests of John Osborne's one night
Mr. Burrell Walker and family were
guests of Mr. Nathan Shelby Sunday .. Mrs. Mollie
McKinzie and daughter Reca, visited at Mr. Joe Major's
. Mrs. Sarah Vanover was the guest of Mr.
Jacob Sander's Thursday
Mr. Alonzo Wheeldon
departed this life January 10th. Interment was made
in Olive Cemetery Thursday
. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Major were guests of Joe Major's Sunday
Abbott was the guest of Geo. McWilliams Friday night.
The singing closes here next Sunday
Wilson spent Saturday night with Lillian Smith .. Mrs.
J.P. Emerson and children and Miss Sophia Campbell of
near Mintonville, visited relatives here last week ..
Mrs. Hettie Elliott spent part of last week with her
father, J.D. Wilson .. Mary Vanhook and Elsie Adams
visited Winnie and Ophia Wilson Saturday night and Sunday
.. Miss Martha Adams of Mt. Hope spent Saturday night
with Colutha Adams
Mrs. Lola Smith visited Isabell
Wilson Thursday afternoon . Lillian Smith spent Sunday
night and Monday with Ella Vaught
Herbert Manning visited Oliver Wilson Sunday
Artie Campbell and Mrs. Ella Vaught visited Dorothy
Wilson Saturday afternoon .. Celestia and Mary Price
spent Saturday night with Nanny Wilson
Lizzie and Dorothy Jasper of Hogue attended the singing
Farmers of this vicinity are busily preparing their corn
|Elrod. Farmers in this
vicinity are very busy plowing and preparing for their
Chas. Warren has returned to his home from
Lincoln Bumgardner visited his aunt,
Mrs. Florida Davidson near Sweeney's Chapel, Tuesday
Mr. Jeff Anderson still makes his regular
calls at Tom Alexander's
Chas. Denny visited his
brother, Jim Denny, Saturday and Saturday night
Edna Bumgardner spent Friday night with Marie Bumgardner
Joe Carter and father was on Flat Lick Saturday
Miss Beatrice Vanhook has been visiting her
mother, Mrs. Vonnie Vanhook at Flat Lick
Rebecca Smith and sons, Willie and Alfred, visited at
W.H. Bumgardner's Wednesday
Mr. Fred Vanhook moved
Friday to the Marcum Vanhook place
Anderson and Beatrice Vanhook were the Saturday night
guests of Miss Lola Poynter
Mrs. G.W. Bumgardner
and baby visited at William Poynter's Sunday .. Among the
visitors at J.M. Carter's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Randolph and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Poynter
Mr. Logan DeBord and family were the Sunday guests of Mr.
A birthday dinner was given in honor
of James Vanhook Saturday
Mr. Fred Vanhook and
family visited Joe Vanhook's Friday night
Bumgardner traded mules with Othel Sears this week
Mr. and Mrs. John Randolph and son, Quinton, visited at
G.L. Bumgardner's Sunday
Miss Mae Bailey
spent Sunday with Miss Byrl Poynter
Mr. and Mrs.
John Randolph visited the weekend at J.T. Randolph's
Mr. Drew Bailey and wife and baby is visiting his
mother Mrs. Bailey
Rev. Cummings filled his
regular appointment at Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday ..
Mrs. Eads spent Saturday night with Mrs. Bailey.
Oak Hill. Mr. Sam Waddle visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. G.G. Waddle Sunday . Mrs. Will Massey and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Phelps Saturday night . Mrs. Lucy Lorton visited Mrs. L.L. Frisbie last week Misses Lelia New and Beatrice McKee are visiting relatives in Wayne County Misses Grace and Mae Frisbie were guests of their cousins, Mabel and Thelma Claunch Saturday night Fay Neeley and son Arthur, spent Saturday night with his sister Mrs. Allie Nicholas Ova Casada spent Sunday night with Grace Frisbie Mr. and Mrs. McKee were guests of O.L. Wilson's Sunday Mrs. Loveless purchased the
property of J.E. Neely last week for $1,200 Mrs. L.T. Frisbie spent Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. Jacob Mayfield Sunday School is progressing nicely Miss Cassie Casada of Alpine, Ky., spent Friday night with her cousin Ova Casada Ova Casada, Bertha Neely, Grace and Mae Frisbie were guests of Rendye Nicholas Sunday . Edd Neeley visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Neeley, Sunday Harvey Gover and Marie and Fayette Edwards called on Mabel and Thelma Claunch Saturday night James Tucker spent Friday night with his cousin, Oscar Casada Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith entertained a number of friends Sunday Mrs. Lucy Lorton and Mrs. L.T. Frisbie spent Thursday night with Mrs. B.C Gholson Mrs. B.C. Gholson is visiting her children and relatives in Wayne County Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Taylor Visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Combest Sunday.
Floyd. We are having some real fine farming weather at this time Miss Jewell Griffin returned to Lockland, Ohio, Sunday after spending two weeks with home folks. She was accompanied by little Miss Marcene Anderson Mrs. Belle Trivett who has been quite sick for several weeks, has gone to her son's W.E. Trivett to stay awhile so as to be close to Dr. Warren as he is going to give her a daily treatment Mrs. Roy Trivett and children and Mrs. Little of Tennessee, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Trivett and family M.C. Higgins was in Somerset Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. F. Surber were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. E. Todd Saturday night and Sunday .. Mrs. Ellen Murphy of Mark, Ky., spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. Susie A. Eubank who is quite sick Mr. and Mrs. M.N. Griffin and son were callers of her grandmother The visitors of Wm. Vanhook, betterknown as "Uncle Bill" Sunday were Mrs. Ellen Murphy and grandson, Bee., Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Surber and son, Chas., and Ed Eubank Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Surber and Mr. and Mrs. Ovie Bishop were visitors of Mr. Young and family Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Sweeney and Mr. and Mrs. Ware of Science Hill were callers of Uncle Sam Harrington and family Sunday afternoon.
Mt. Zion. Mt. Zion school will give an entertainment Friday night, January 28 Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn and family visited Mr. S. Davis Sunday Mrs. Ruby Carroll is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Dick .. Misses Minnie and Ettie Lester visited Viola Wampler Sunday Mrs. Mary Baugh of Ansel visited Mrs. Mary Baugh Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Will Sweet visited Mary Baugh Sunday Miss Stella Baugh of Eubank is visiting her grandmother Mrs. Sarah Baugh Harlan Roberts who has been sick for some time, died Saturday afternoon at 2:30. He leaves a wife and five children, his father, five brothers, three sisters and many friends to mourn his death. Burial took place at Mt. Zion Cemetery Sunday afternoon Miss Flonnie Roberts visited her father's Sunday afternoon Mr. W. Roberts returned home Sunday from Cincinnati to attend the funeral of his brother Miss Sallie Flynn spent Sunday night with Mattie Dause Mr. Joe Baugh filled his regular call at Ollie Vaught's Sunday afternoon Miss Bonnie Boldie Leigh visited Laura Leigh Sunday Miss Mary Baugh is very sick at this writing Clyda Leigh visited Naomi Vaughn Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Theo Adams visited J.M. Dunsmore Sunday.
Eubank. Rev. Reed attended his regular appointment at the Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. D. Merriott motored to Somerset Friday to visit their son, Claud, who is under the care of the doctor Mr. O.R. Fowble returned Friday after a long stay with his son in Huntington, W.Va. Miss Margaret Horton is with home folks this week The fire of last Saturday was very exciting and Mr. Todd is very thankful to the people who worked so well to save his property and wishes to express his thanks for what they did Mr. Francis Spangler of LeRoy, Ill., is with his sister Mrs. E.L. Gooch, this weekend Mr. Mitchell and Miss Beulah Tilford were united in marriage in Cincinnati, Ohio, the 18th at the home of her sister, Mrs. Roy McMullin. The groom who is a very popular young man, is from Chicago, and the bride, a most attractive young lady, of this place. Her many friends join in wishing them great joy during their future life. They were accompanied here Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMullin and Ira Tilford Mrs. John Barkley has been quite sick for the last few days but is improving some Mr. and Mrs. C. Morgan visited Mr. and Mrs. McMullin last weekend Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Gooch and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A.K. Gooch.
Drum. Wood getting and building fires is the order of the day in this community Wesley Bray is all smiles and you can guess why. There is a 11-pound boy at his home J.W. Bray had a house raising last week and got the wall of his house up R.L. and Wesley Bray who bought land from Mr. Powers have been erecting a house as they have to build before they can move This is fine weather for those who have their wood sheds full of wood and their barns full of feed J.R. Mounce and wife and Geo. Baker of the White Lily settlement were visitors of Cleve Erp last Sunday Chas. Gregory sold a mule to Ot. Ping for $150 Mr. Geo Bumgardner was in our community last Sunday Meeting began at Pine Grove last night.
Cave Hill. Working on the road is the order of the day here Mr. and Mrs. Era Smith spent Sunday evening at W.S. Wilson's Mrs. Lizzie Higgins and the Poynter children and Aunt Sue Smith spent Sunday afternoon at Mrs. John Burton's Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Estes and two daughters, Mae and Pauline, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Smith Mr. Chester Wilson visited at J.D. Sipple's Saturday night Mrs. Lola Smith visited Mrs. Isabell Wilson one day last week Mr. Carl Quinton and wife of Pulaski spent Saturday and Sunday at G.S. Smith's Mrs. Pearl Smith spent the weekend with home folks at Hogue Miss Martha Wilson spent Saturday night with Miss Lillian Smith Misses Enid and Ethel Estes and Elsie and Susie Burton visited at their Uncle Edward Smith's Saturday night at Briery Herbert Estes spent Sunday with his
cousins, the Smith boys.
Pulaski. Miss Lida Parks of Whitley City visited Ethel Correll last week Miss Nell Tyree has returned from a visit with relatives in Burnside Sam Richardson was here on business Saturday L.D. Stigall has returned home Mrs. Nellie Denny has moved into her new home Miss Cassie Casada of Keno is visiting relatives here Miss Betty Hamm spent the weekend with home folks here .. Chas. Hamm visited in Waynesburg Friday Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Casada visited her father Sunday Ansel Griffin passed through here Sunday en route to Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. E. Stanley visited relatives here the first of the week W.E. Stringer is visiting his father L.D. Stringer.
Ringgold. A large crowd attended Sunday School Sunday afternoon Rev. Ashbrook held a few sermons the latter part of this week .. Mrs. Bob Sawyer purchased a new buggy a few days ago Mrs. A. Kelley is no better at this writing Mr. Homer Dye, of Indianapolis, Ind., is visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Jasper, and will return in a short while Mrs. Lida Stringer and children visited at Mrs. I.N. Parson's Sunday . Mrs. S. Phelps of West Somerset visited her sister, Mrs. W. R. Jasper Saturday Mrs. Nannie Maiden who has been sick is improving nicely Mr. Roscoe Hinkle of Faubush has moved into our vicinity Mr. and Mrs. A. Baker and daughter Darlean visited at Marion Stone's Sunday Miss Stella Coomer was the guest of Audrey Parson Saturday and Sunday Miss Ethel Spears visited at her uncle's Catron Spears of Somerset Saturday night Miss Bessie Jones of Pulaski was the guest of
Hattie Jasper Thursday night Misses Bertha and Hazel Padgette of West Somerset attended church here Friday night Mr. Clair Hinkle and Luther Baker were in town Monday Miss Lora Hinkle and friends were in town Monday
Miss Lillie Stringer of Somerset visited at Perk Beasley's Saturday and Sunday.
Liberty. Rev. H.S. Measles filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday ... W.H. Williams and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mink Sunday The candy party at Barn went off nicely Mr. Melvin Gooch and wife visited the home of Mr. G.L. Acton Sunday night Mrs. Della Adams returned home Wednesday from a visit to her fathers house Mat Adams . Mr. C.M. Acton and wife visited the home of Y.L. Acton Saturday night and Sunday Arthur Larkin visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Reynolds and family Saturday night Mr. Cecil Measles is visiting the house of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Barren Mr. Wiley Acton called to see Mrs. Delia Adams Sunday afternoon Mr. Cecil Gooch and family visited the home of G.F. Gooch Saturday night and Sunday The body of Mrs. Maudie Elder who died in Louisville, was brought to Providence Church and laid to rest. She leaves a husband and two daughters and many friends to mourn for her Winter school has begun at Thompson by Miss Esta Abbott .. Rev. J.L. Davis and wife are visiting at A.T. Wheeldon's Mrs. Nina Reynolds visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Gastineau, Wednesday night Mr. W.D. Warren is gradually improving from a long spell of rheumatism . Alonzo Wheeldon of New Castle, Ind., came back to his father's C.F. Wheeldon, some time ago. He had been very ill for some time and departed this life January 19, and the remains were placed in the Olive
Cemetery. He leaves a wife and three children. Funeral services were
conducted by Rev. J.M. Clemmens .. Mr. E. Wheeldon and wife visited the homes of W.D. Warren and G.L. Acton Sunday and Monday night and returned to Stearns Wednesday We are having good prayer meetings and Sunday School here at Liberty Church and services conducted twice a month by Rev. Henry Measles.
Flat Lick. Rev.
Cummins filled his appointment at Flat Lick Saturday and
Sunday and delivered two interesting sermons
Lynda Buchanan and little brother, Tasso, spent Thursday
with their sister, Mrs. John Hansford
Daniel was the guest of Miss Lora Noe Sunday afternoon
Mr. Jeff Acton has been very ill with mumps but is hoping
to soon recover
. Mr. John McWilliams has been
visiting relatives at G.T. McWilliams and Mrs. Eva Acton
all the previous week
Mr. W.C. Dodson was the
guest of Miss Stella Acton Sunday
. Miss Esta
Abbott began teaching a term of winter school last Monday
Mrs. Tom Nelson visited her sister
near Good Hope last Thursday
. Mrs. Cynthia Osborne
visited Mr. Jeff Acton last Friday
Mr. W.E. Acton
has been suffering very much but is relieved some now
Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Stringer returned to their old
home last week. They had been at Cincinnati, O.,
Mr. Ray Blankenship has been severely
hurt by a mule kicking him. He is not likely to
Mr. T.J. Floyd visited at Liberty Sunday
Mr. H.S. Measel filled his regular appointment at
Liberty Church Sunday. There was a large crowd
There was a party at Mr. Ben Barren's last
week. Quite a few of the young folks were there
Mr. Lewis J. Brown will start to Lancaster, Ky., with his
Miss Ada Adams will visit her
relatives at Bandy, Ky., this week.
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