Mr. Clarence Florence, of Corbin, Ky., will spend the
weekend here with friends.
Mrs. Clyde Folger and baby, of Marcellus, Ky., spent last
week in the city, the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. H.C. Meece spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Archie
Massey on College St.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hansford and little son, of Johnston
City, Ill., spent part of the week with friends and
relatives in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fritts of Phillipsburg, N.J., are
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Ware.
Mrs. George W. Thomas is in Louisville undergoing
treatment by specialists. She is getting along
Mrs. Hattie Learner of Parkersburg, W.Va., is visiting
her daughter Mrs. A. Goldenberg.
Col. George W. Thomas has been ill for the past week but
is able to be out now.
Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Grayham were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Goldenberg, en route to Jacksonville, Fla., for a visit.
Mrs. L.F. Hubble has been quite ill for the past
week. Her friends will be glad to know she is some
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Higgins were in Danville Tuesday to see
the State-Centre basketball game.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Noll were in Danville Tuesday for the
Mrs. Chester Kiser returned Tuesday from a trip to
Morris Harkins and Miss Mamie Miles, of the Fair Store,
are in Chicago this week buying goods.
Miss Bert Roberts left Sunday for New York City to
purchase spring ready-to-wear for the Fair Store.
Mr. Thomas McElroy spent several days in Danville.
Misses Agnes and Lucile Donahue of Danville, Ky., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Farrell.
Miss Anna Marcelliott, of Bauer, passed through Somerset
this week en route to Louisville for a visit.
Mr. J.L. Deegan of Sloans Valley, was in Somerset this
week en route to Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Waddle returned Monday from a visit
with Governor and Mrs. Morrow at the mansion.Mr. Hershel
Humble underwent an operation at a hospital in Louisville
last week. He is getting along nicely and will be
able to come home before long. Mrs. Humble is with
Dr. Ernest Parsons, Wm. Ramsey, Paul Dexheimer, R.G.
Williams, Jr., Cecil Williams, Herbert Clark, Vola Lewis,
John Slessinger Jr., J.T. Lenehan, Lewis Hussing, Tevie
Tate, Howard Waddle, John Carr and others attended the
Centre-State basketball game Tuesday night.
R.O. Jones, manager of the Oneida Milling Co., was in
town Monday on business.
Several Somerset people have been invited to a dance at
Stearns on the 26th of this month.
Morris Cundiff of Lexington spent several days with his
brother C.B. Cundiff.
Arthur Tuttle, Secretary and Treasurer of the Kentucky
Utilities Co., Louisville, Ky., spent several days at
home this week.
Mrs. Stephen Jones entertained with two tables of whist
at her home on College St., last Saturday
afternoon. Refreshments followed the game.
Mrs. George. P. Sallee and daughter, Mrs. R.G. Williams,
Jr., returned Wednesday from a visit to Lexington,
Georgetown and Danville.
Jas. Williams, Jos. Claunch and Gilmore Bobbitt were home
from State Univ. last weekend.
Miss Margurette Scott Huey arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Huey, Lexington, Ky., last Sunday
afternoon. Friends here this week received cards
announcing the visit of the stork. Mr. Huey is the
son of Rev. and Mrs. O.M. Huey and formerly lived in
H.L. Nash spent Saturday in Knoxville, Tenn., on a
Mrs. John Trimble, who has been ill at her home in Gibson
Addition, is very much better.
Miss Blanche Kennedy who is a student at State Univ.,
Lexington, Ky., spent last weekend with her parents,
Judge and Mrs. H.C. Kennedy.
Cottenbrook of Cincinnati, O., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Hamm.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kell of Chattanooga, Tenn., are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Cassada.
Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Basham are spending several days at
The Young Ladies
Missionary Society of the First Methodist Church will
meet with Mrs. Henry Cundiff Friday afternoon at 3
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Waddle and daughter of Somerset and
Col. Charles H. Morrow, are guests of Gov. Edwin P.
Morrow and Mrs. Morrow at the executive mansion.
Mr. Waddle is Mrs. Morrow's brother. Colonel Morrow
has a six weeks leave of absence which he will spent in
Kentucky. Governor and Mrs. Morrow and Mr. and Mrs.
Waddle have been invited to be hosts at the dance which
the Dance Club will give Tuesday evening at the Frankfort
Hotel - Frankfort news.
Miss Georgis Lewis, of Sloans Valley is visiting in
Madisonville and Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hitch returned Tuesday form their
honeymoon spent in the south.
Mrs. William Doyle, Sr., who has been quite ill, is some
Mrs. Thos. Prather entertained the Five Hundred Club last
Friday afternoon at her home on College St. Four
tables played. Dainty refreshments followed the
Mrs. A.J. Sears is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J.R.
Poynter at Scottsville, Ky.
Mr. William Hays Meldrum, of Cincinnati, is visiting his
mother, who has been
Mrs. Harry Lewis has returned from Louisville where she
has been in a hospital for the past two weeks.
Mr. Fred Catron has purchased a home in the Gibson
Addition and will move there soon.
Mrs. T.E. Horrell entertained the Five Hundred Club on
Tuesday afternoon at her home on College St.
Refreshments were served following the game.
Miss Ruth Alexander was in Lexington last Saturday to
attend a dance at the Phoenix Hotel.
Burnside. Miss Gustava Rankin of Middlesboro spent
the weekend with relatives. Floyd Williams of
Monticello was in town Monday. J.M. Dugger was in
Somerset on business Monday. Joe D. Masier of
Danville was the guest of Mrs. G.S. Dudley and family
last week. Rev. Geo. Berkholder of Wilmore filled
the pulpit at the Methodist Church Sunday, Rev. Hawkins
being ill. Mrs. G. McWhorter of Danville, was the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Kelsay, Monday
and Tuesday. Geo. Bertram of Monticello was in town
Monday. The Ayer and Lord Tie Co., launched the new
motor boat, "Mary Ann" Tuesday. W.J.
Davidson was in Lebanon and Glasgow on business this
week. R.W. Sutton was in Monticello last week
looking after his oil interests. Mrs. Roland
Daugherty of Somerset was the guest of Mrs. Hugh Taylor
Sunday. M.C. Denny of Gregory passed through town
Thursday en route to Chattanooga, Tenn. J.D.
Triplett of Stearns was in town Saturday. Mrs. W.S.
Phillippi was the charming hostess to the Charade Club
Friday evening. W.H. Jones returned from a business
trip to Washington, D.C., Sunday. M.W. Spradlin of
this city and Miss Gregory of Cooper, were married last
week. On Friday evening Feb. 4, the basketball
girls defeated the Monticello girls on their own floor by
a score of 12 to 3. At the end of the first half
the score was 3 to 2 in Monticello's favor. But
when the whistle blew for the last half the Burnside
girls were at their places with determination to
win. The Fitzgerald sisters each made a field goal
while closely guarded and Tuttle not only a splendid
guard but watched the signals carefully and ran down the
floor and shot a goal from side. The third
Fitzgerald, little but mighty, stayed with her forward
and kept her from scoring. Beaty made a field goal
from center of room while guarded by Monticello's star
player, Miss Barnes.
The game was snappy from beginning to end. A large
crowd of rooters from Monticello witnessed the game,
while a much larger crowd of home rooters witnessed the
victory. Miss Cecil Davis was in Chattanooga for a
of last week. Mrs. W.W. Rew was in Oakdale over
Sunday with relatives. Miss Vesta Halcomb is home
again. She has been teaching school in Science
Hill. The Eastern Star ladies served a three course
banquet to the Royal Arch
chapter of Masons Saturday evening at six o'clock in the
Domestic Science room. Plates were laid for forty
guests. Mr. Frank Ellis, Inspector, and Chris
Tarter, of Somerset, and three candidates from Stearns,
were the visitors. After the bountiful banquet was
served, Chris Tarter of Somerset, made a very splendid
toast, after which the Masons adjourned to the lodge room
where seven candidates were admitted. Harry Bobbitt
and Louis Hussing of Somerset, were in town Sunday.
Mr. Arthur C. Phillips of Chicago is here this week in
the interest of his oil wells. Chas. Baugh, Howard
Selvidge and Frank Sloan motored to the oil fields
Monday. Misses Lora Fitzgerald and Stella Thurston
attended the basketball game in Monticello Saturday
night. Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Daniels of Normandy,
Tenn., were guests of their daughter Mrs. V.H. Frazier
this week. A surprise miscellaneous shower was
J.J. Crutcher Wednesday by the girls of the
Y.P.M.S. Many pretty and useful gifts were
given. Miss Nell Golden is visiting relatives in
Danville. Dr. Perry Parrigin of Monticello was in
town Saturday visiting some of his patients. Mr.
and Mrs. C.C. Hinkle and son were with relatives near
Parnell over Sunday.
Heights Fork. The revival closed at the school
house Wednesday night. It sure was a season of
spiritual blessings for all who attended. We wish
thank Rev. Deaton for his messages. Mr. Dock Hargis
still remains at the bedside of his mother, who has been
at the point of death for some time at Science
Hill. There is quite a bit of sickness in our
neighborhood. Mrs. Chaney is much better at this
writing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bloomer spent the
weekend with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
McGahan. Escar Vaught and two sisters of Indiana
were the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Vaught,
last week. T.L. Bruce purchased a fine thoroughbred
sow and pigs last week. Vincent McGahan made a
business trip to Somerset last Thursday. Misses
Pauline Breeden and Evelyn Council were the charming
guests of Misses India and Lina Mae Bruce Saturday.
Grandpa Council is very ill at this writing.
Plato. The farmers of this community are getting
along nicely with their plowing. Mrs. G.B. Broyles
is better at this writing. She expects to go to
Colorado for her health in the near future. Mr.
George Ping attended church at Mount Pleasant
Saturday. Mrs. Harvey McKinney is better at this
writing. Mr. Bill Eldridge and daughter of
Cincinnati is visiting is uncle Bob Eldridge.
Several from this vicinity attended the sale at G.
Lawrence's Friday. Everything sold well. Mr. Samuel
Randolph spent Sunday with John Ping. Mr. Milford
and Jack Smith visited W.P. Smith Sunday. Mrs.
Sallie Childers has returned from Mt. Vernon, where she
had been for some time. Mrs. Mary Ping is very ill
at this writing. Mr. George Bumgardner has traded
mules with Mr. Cummings. L. Debord spent Sunday
with John Childers and family. Mr. Ben and Willie
Smith visited at John Ping's Saturday night. Arthur
Hubble spent Monday with W.P. Smith. Mr. Henry
Bumgardner and Ona Childers had a fine birthday dinner
set before them last Sunday. Mr. Chester Howard
spent Sunday with Seph Poynter. Mrs. Ada and Lilly
Gaffe visited at her sisters, Mary Alice Howard Saturday
night and Sunday. Mr. Vernon Owens is making
regular calls at John Anderson's. Mrs. Isabelle
Randolph visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Ping,
Sunday. Mrs. Verna and Leia Eldridge visited at
Geo. Ping's Saturday night. Mr. W.P. Smith visited
at Jim Smith's Monday.
Alfred Mayfield visited home folks at Line Creek Saturday
Coin. A few from here attended church at Pine Hill
Sunday. Misses Ola and Della Adams visited J.S.
Woodall's Sunday. Mr. Fea Smith visited Bethel
Adams Monday. Misses Jessie and Unie Gilliland
visited Obers Adams Sunday.
Miss Sophia Woodall visited Ola and Della Adams
Monday. Misses Mary and Emma Woodall visited Miss
Fannie Butcher Sunday. Misses Ola and Della Adams
and Sophia Woodall visited Miss Lizzie Gilliland
Monday. Mr. Walker Dyer and Hubert Moore visited
Mr. Bob Sowder Sunday. Mr. Chester Hargis made his
regular call at Jim Moore's Sunday. Several
attended the birthday dinner at Jim Brinkley's
Sunday. Miss Obera Adams spent Monday night with
Mrs. Sarah Phelps. Mr. Fea Smith spent Saturday
night at J.S. Woodall's. Miss Sarah Woodall is
improving slowly. Miss Lizzie Gilliland visited
Mrs. Jim Hansford Sunday. Mr. Fea Smith visited
Leander Gilliland Sunday. There will be preaching
at Pine Hill Sunday, February 13. Mr. Ralph Bishop
and wife visited Mrs. Dewey Meece Sunday. Mrs. Mary
Hansford is visiting her daughter near Bobtown.
People in this vicinity are very busy plowing. Mr.
Willard and Joe Smith visited Mr. John Hansford
Sunday. Mrs. George Hargis visited Mrs. Rosa
Whitaker Sunday. Miss Edna Smith has been staying
at Will Hansford's. Lewis Claunch bought two hogs
from John Hansford.
Science Hill. Mrs. W.R. Robbins entertained her
brother, John Marcum of Ohio, last week. Brother
Crowe preached at the Christian Church last Saturday
night and Sunday and Sunday night. We are glad to
have Sister Eva Carpenter, a returned missionary from
India, with us. Brother Logan Denton will preach at
the Nazarene Church this week. Miss Lyda Parks of
Whitley City visited Mrs. Frances last week. Mrs.
Frances Hines has sold her house and lot to Raymond
Godby. We are glad Miss Daisy Mercer is able to be
at home from Somerset Sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. J.C.
Adams was called to Somerset last week on account of
Singleton. Several are attending church at
Singleton every night, which is being held by Rev.
Thompson. Mr. Sollie Griffin and wife were visiting
home folks last Sunday. Mrs. Era Ingram is spending
a few days with her mother this week. Mr. Ernie
Jacob made his regular call Sunday evening to see Miss
Verlie Osborne. Mr. Frank Price is visiting at Mark
Renner's. Mr. Ollie Bishop called to see Miss
Dessie Singleton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H.B.
Singleton were guests of Mr. L. Osborne's Sunday
evening. Miss Flarra Osborne called to see Miss
Deetha Singleton Sunday. Born, to the home of
Harlan Singleton, a girl. Miss Stella Anderson
visited at C. Griffin's Sunday. Mr. Clate Anderson
of Illinois, is visiting relatives here. Miss
Lottis Singleton started on her journey Monday to
Indiana, where she will remain for some time.