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|Nancy. Rev. Walter
Meece has just closed the largest revival meeting ever
held at Okalona Church. People all over that
community are rejoicing over the conversion of abut fifty
souls. Okalona has a bright prospect now for the
future. The little daughter of W.F. Molen has been very
low with pneumonia, but she is improving now. Miss
Darcie Turpen spent Saturday night and Sunday with her
brother, Ram Turpen. Mr. Talmage Clifton and family
will start for Indiana in a few days. We regret
very much to see them leave. Mr. V. Turpen will
ship a car load of hogs this week. Mrs. Nettie
Tartar, Sue Molen and Mrs. V. Turpen were guests of Mrs.
Maggie Albertson last Monday.
Valley Oak. Rev. Wesley failed to fill his appointment at Fellowship the 30th of January. D. Couch has sold his store to Mr. Stevens of Caintown and will have a sale the 10th of this month and will sell all of his personal property. The little daughter of Tom Eldridge and wife is very sick at this writing. Robt. Eldridge of Elrod visited at Tom Eldridge's Thursday. Joe Speak spent Thursday at W.C. Wyrick's. Tom and Linda Buchanan were in Somerset Friday. Chas. Thompson has sold out his restaurant at Somerset and is at home. Miss Maggie Price returned home Friday after visiting her sister, Mrs. W.J. Brinkley. Tom Eldridge our new merchant near here, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. A.J. Hargis and children visited at Tom Price's last week.
Pulaski. The singing at the Baptist Church closed Sunday night, but will commence again Wednesday night to go on for the balance of the week. Everybody invited to come. Misses Ruby Correll and Emma Ruth Bailey accompanied their teacher, Miss Minnie Detherage, home Friday and spent the weekend. Quite a number of friends called on Mrs. H. Morefield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Smith of Eubank spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. R. Surber spent Sunday afternoon with M. and Mrs. Henry Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones, of Somerset, are visiting R.C. Jones. Lee Collins has purchased a car.
Mangum. We have had the worst sleet in this section we have had for years. The damage to fruit trees is very bad. Gid Jasper has returned from Cincinnati. He purchased a new car while there. Mrs. Belle Jasper was the guest of Finley Wesley and family Sunday evening. Alfred Wesley and family were guests of Bradley Whiles Saturday night and Sunday. Melvin Wesley and Roy Jasper were guests of Willie Jasper Tuesday. Annabelle Dick visited at J.A. Blevin's Sunday. Plymp Dick entertained his friends with a candy party Tuesday night. Among the guests were John F. Dick and Monte Sneed and daughters. Mrs. Eliza Wesley who has been quite ill for a few days, is no better at this writing. Mrs. Laura Dick visited at Green Wesley's Saturday night and Sunday. W.P. Hall and J.F. Dick were guests of Plymp Dick Sunday. Pleas. Godby called on Miss Mary Sneed Thursday night. Richard Dick and wife visited is brother, Cornelius Lovall, Saturday night. J.D. Hall had a working Friday. Rev. Baugh filled his regular appointment at Brady Sunday. Finley Wesley attended Sunday school at Shady Grove Sunday. There are several cases of mumps in this vicinity. Mrs. Monte Sneed and family spent the night at Plymp Dick's Tuesday. Will Hall and family were Sunday guests of Plymp Dick's. Killus Blevins and wife were guests of Galvin Whiles Sunday night. We are having lots of rain and mud in this vicinity at present.
Hogue. Mr. C.W. Leigh of Argyle,
visited at A.J. Adams last Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. Virgil Pitman of Cains Store, spent a few days last
week with his uncle, Mr. Enoch Pitman. Mr. C.W.
Burton closed his school here at Center Post
Friday. Misses Lou and Lola Dick were Saturday
night and Sunday guests of Anna and Coletta Baugh.
Miss Lula Adams and cousin, Mr. Ansel Adams, spent Sunday
with her brother, Finley Adams, and wife of Pleasant
Hill. Miss Sarah Blevins visited home folks
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Charles Cash has moved on
Mr. Andrew Wesley's place near Fairview. Mrs. Amanda
Wesley spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. Belle
Randolph. Mr. Laskson Jasper and family of Mt. Hope
visited at A.J. Adams Sunday. Mr. Bud Wesley
entertained his friends with a clearing Tuesday.
Sunday is our regular church day here at Center Post.
|Drum. The meeting
closed at Piney Grove last Sunday night with several
additions to the church. Rev. James R. Sears bought a
farm from Logan Bray
for $275. Logan Bray sold a cow to David Hunt Sr., for $40. Rev. Henry Ridner traded a mare to Robert Gover for a young mule a few days ago and then traded the mule to John Slavy for two calves. Chester Fulcher bought a young mare from Uncle John Hargis of Flat Lick for $100. Othnel Sears traded his work mules to Willie Vanhook for two young mules. Mrs. John Hunt is no better at this writing. Mr. Elijah Dykes, who took sick a few nights ago, is some better now. S.B. Miller and son of Valley Oak visited his brother, Jim at Drum, a few days ago.
Goochtown. Ira Luttrell and family visited Walter Osborne's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Griffin entertained a few Saturday night. Clate Anderson of Illinois is visiting home folks here. Jim Anderson's children are ill with the whooping cough. Mr. Sherod Eubank has been trading. He traded a mule for two dogs last week. Mr. Luther Pumphrey visited Edgar Wheeldon on Sunday. Jim Anderson purchased Brack Payne's store last week.
Clarence. Several attended Sunday school at Good Hope Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott visited at Mr. F.M. Brook's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Huston Osborne and family were guests of Mrs. Lucy Acton Sunday. Mr. Chas. Hargis of Somerset was the guest of Mr. Hiram Britain Sunday night. Miss Lizzie Shelly
is no better at this writing. Mr. Egbert Abbott visited his sister, Mrs. Cynthia Osborne, Sunday evening. Mr. F.M. Brooks returned home from Tennessee Tuesday. Mr. Burrell Walker and daughter, Gladys, visited at Mr. Harvey Jones Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Lucy Osborne delightfully entertained several of her friends Monday night. Mr. Alec Shelly returned home from Cincinnati Sunday. Miss Zula Walker was the guest of Miss Ethel Britain Sunday. Mr. Willie Osborne was in Somerset last week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Todd visited at Mr. Geo. Luttrell's Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jno. Ray and family were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cynthia Osborne Saturday night. Mr. John Ray returned from Stearns Saturday. Several of Mr. Freeland Osborne's friends surprised him with a birthday dinner inst. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Hamm and daughter Sallie, visited at Alfred Acton's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Major visited at Mr. Joe Major's Sunday. Mr. Ervine Sanders was the guest of Mr. Earl Brittain Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Acton were the guests of Mr. Ben Barren Saturday night. Mrs. Rachel Long was the guest of John Ray's Sunday.
Todd. Sunday school at Good Hope is progressing nicely. C.P. Hargis will start a training course here soon. Mr. John McWilliams visited Mrs. Evaline Acton Sunday. Mrs. John Hart visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Michael Osborne was a guest of Miss Esta Abbott Sunday. Mr. Alec Shelly has returned from Loveland, Ohio, where he has been for some time. Mattle Nelson called to see Mr. W.E. Acton Wednesday. Mr. John Osborne and wife visited their son, George Osborne, Sunday. Mr. Matt Floyd took dinner at Mrs. Evaline Acton's Monday. Miss Samantha Floyd and Miss Flonnie McKinney left for Richmond Friday, where they will attend school. Mr. Burr Walker and family visited Mr. Harry Jones Saturday night. Mr. Clarence Osborne visited friends at Eubank Sunday. Mr. John Green Thompson and wife visited their son. Mr. Virgil Thompson, Saturday. Mr. George Jones visited Mr. Elborn Jones Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Jeff Acton was at Eubank Friday on business. The farmers of this vicinity are planning to raise lots of grain this year whether the prices are good or not. Mr. Wiley Acton is very ill at this writing. Ben Nelson and sister were guests of Mr. Harrison Denney's Sunday. Roy Blankenship is better at this writing. Miss Estella and Maggie Acton are planning to visit Mrs. Bessie Brown.
Ansel. Mrs. Maude Smith is able to be out again. Mrs. Laura Burton and children visited at Mrs. Ezra Smith's Sunday afternoon. Mr. Geo. Thompson starts a singing in vocal music at Wilson Chapel Saturday night. Ermine Wesley and children spent Sunday at M. Burton's. Miss Mary Wilson spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Delphia Sipples.
Meece. S.M. Hargis went to Somerset last Monday
on business. Mr. Melvin Tomlinson moved last week
to Bill Kenney's farm in Cherry Grove. Dr. Tibbals
the horse doctor, of Somerset, was at S.M. Hargis' last
week to see one of his horses. Chas. Sears and
family of Dykes, visited at Mr. Arthur Meece's lost
weekend. Dexter Silvers, wife and two children of
Somerset were visiting in this community last week.
Mr. Willie Whitaker who has been working at Fork Ridge,
Tenn., came home last week.
Dahl. The Sunday school at Cedar Gap is
progressing nicely with large attendance. Rev.
Chas. Randall went to Somerset Saturday to fill his
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