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|Piney Grove. P.P.
Sumner entertained his friends with a barn raising
Tuesday. Edd Doss was in town Monday. L.H.
Burton started for Ida Grove, Iowa, Monday. Miss
Audrey Rainwater of Waterloo is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mollie Jasper, at Beech Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Edd
Doss and little daughter, Thelma, were the guests of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Rainwater, Monday night.
Rosco Porter was the guest of C.B. Rainwater Monday
night. W.G. Johnson purchased two pigs from Edd
Doss for $14.50. Robt. Allen made his usual call at
Elmer Anderson's Sunday evening. L.H. Burton has
been visiting friends and relatives in Russell County.
Clarence. Rev. W.F. Meece filled his regular
appointment at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Barren and Cecil Measel were guests of C.M.
Acton Wednesday. Mr. G.H. Osborne visited at Mr.
John Osborne's Sunday. Mrs. Niza Wheeldon is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Cyntha Acton, of Eubank, this
week. Mrs. Mary Todd and daughter Eliza, were the
guests of Mrs. John McWilliams Thursday afternoon.
Miss Gladys Walker visited Miss Flora Shelley last
week. Mr. Lewis Brown was the guest of Fred
McWilliams Tuesday night. Misses Lula Sandidge and
Alta Larkins were the guests of Mrs. Geo. M. Osborne
Wednesday night. Miss Vernelle Wheeldon was the
guest of Miss Leslie Estes Tuesday. Messrs
Mitchell, Clero, Clarence Osborne and Elmer Todd have
returned from Stearns. Miss Retna Taylor was the
guest of Mr. Andrew McWilliams Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
James Todd and family were guests of Mrs. Cyntha Osborne
Thursday night. There will be singing at Good Hope
every Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Ray were
the guests of Mrs. Rebecca Sandidge Wednesday
night. Miss Georgia Abbott visited at Geo.
McWilliams this week. Mr. Eugene Abbott was the
guest of Mrs. Cyntha Osborne Saturday. Rev. W.F.
Meece visited at J.W. Gastineau's Saturday night.
Mrs. Rebecca Sandidge and daughter, Lula, visited at G.H.
Osborne's Wednesday. Miss Dola Long was the guest
of Mrs. P.A. Gooch, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Thompson visited at Mr. Floyd Larkins
Friday. Mr. Jas. Gooch visited at Mr. Chas.
Wheeldon's Friday night. The farmers of this
community are getting behind with their crops very much
as weather is so changeable. Mrs. Lula Osborne has
purchased her new summer hats. The wedding of Mr.
Ansel Osborne and Mrs. Lizzie Gooch took place Wednesday
afternoon. We wish them much success. Mr.
Lewis Thompson has been with his son, Virgil Thompson for
the last few days. Miss Alta and Mr. Arthur Larkin
and Miss Lula Sandidge visited Mr. Virgil Thompson's
Wednesday night. Mr. Jim McWilliams and family
moved to their new home last week which he rented from
Mrs. Rachel Long. Miss Dola Long called on Mr.
James P. Gooch's Wednesday night. Mrs. Rebecca
Sandidge and daughter, Sula, were the guests of Mr. H.
Osborne's Wednesday. Miss Erble Davis called
on Miss Alta Larkin Friday afternoon. Miss Flora
Shelly visited Misses Zula and Gladys Walker Wednesday
night. Mr. John D. Thompson and family visited Leonard
Osborne's Saturday night. Mr. V. Thompson bought a
bunch of hogs from G.M. Osborne Monday. Ezra Todd,
wife and son, are still at her father's, where they have
been for some time.
Mark. Lester Criss was on the sick list a day or two last week. Mat Harper, who has been very sick, is better at this writing. Mrs. Robert Hayes, who has been seriously ill, is somewhat improved. Miss Edith Harper returned to Berea Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sipet of Dayton, O., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Adams, of Coin. Mrs. Wm. Hargis and children are visiting relatives near Drum. Scott Cox and wife of Dayton, O., are at W.S. Cox's. Mrs. Myrtle Randall and sons left Saturday for their home in Montana. Miss Myrtle Stogsdill visited her sister Mrs. Alice Bingham, Friday night. Miss Thelma Mize of Short Creek spent Friday night with her sister Mrs. Raymond Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Vaught and children were visitors at Milford Sears Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. A.C. Herrin visited Mrs. Sarah Hargis Monday. John Gridar and family of Colo visited their aunt, Mrs. Delle Gilliland Tuesday. The telephone line of this section has been undergoing some much needed repairs.
|McKinney. The farmers
in this vicinity have been very busy plowing for corn.
Mrs. Mack Aker is very ill at this writing. Mrs. Carl Vaught spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Chaney. The sale at C.A. Bishops Thursday was well attended. Mr. Chas. Watson has moved to his farm recently purchased from C.A. Bishop. Mr. Joe Bishop of Lincoln County was called to the bedside of his sister Mrs. Mack Aker. Mr. John Vaught and Lester Harrington who have been visiting relatives here for the past two weeks, have returned to their work in Montana. Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Harmon were visiting in Science Hill Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Nella Fugate spent Saturday night with her brother, Arthur Vaught. Mrs. H.C. Harmon left Saturday for Batesville, Ind., where she will join her husband. Miss Goldie Vaught spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. W.M. Fugate. Miss Elsie and Ina Harmon spent Saturday night with their brother, Carl Harmon. Mrs. Mary Chaney is no better. Mrs. Mat Harmon spent the weekend with her son, Cloyd Harmon.
Elrod. After several spring days winter came again with a large snow. Lonnie Burgin of Indianapolis, Ind., is visiting relatives at this place. Born, to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Poynter, a fine boy, Lindsay Lee. Mr. Herbert Isaacs is visiting home folks this week. Among the visitors at Chas. Denney's Sunday were Mr. J.M. Carter, Otis Bumgardner and Oscar Carter and Henry Poynter. Miss Nettie Morris and brother John, of Ocala, visited at Mr. Payton Randolph's Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Grace Randolph entertained quite a few of her friends Saturday night. Mr. Jim Vanhook visited Mr. Fred Vanhook Sunday.
Burnside. Mrs. W.R. Bass, of Terrace Park
(missing text) was the guest of her brother, (missing
text) C. Greeno, Thursday of last week. Mrs. Bass
was en route to her home from St. Petersburg, Fla., where
she had been spending part of the winter. Mrs. Geo.
Lindsay of Cincinnati, O., come to be with her husband at
the Seven Gables Hotel for several weeks visit.
Mesdames J.M. Dugger and W.D. Stigall delightfully
entertained the Ladies Reading Circle Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Stigall. The introduction of a new
book was given with much interest by Mrs. F.E. Bradshaw,
followed by a beautiful violin solo by Miss Bernice
Mitchell. The delicious ice course served in shapes
(missing text) with cherries on the cakes carried out the
idea of George Washington's birthday. Mrs. N.I.
Taylor returned Friday after an extended visit in
Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Nunn
delightfully entertained the Charade Club Friday
evening. Mrs. W.G. Prather was in Somerset Friday
of last week shopping. Mrs. G. McWhorten and
children of Danville, spent the week with Mr. and Mrs.
E.E. Kelsay. A number of friends gave Mrs. N.
D. Stigall a surprise birthday party Friday
evening. A delightful evening was spent. Mr.
and Mrs. J.J. Crutcher spent the weekend in Wilmore with
Mr. Crutcher's relatives. Misses Majorie Thompson
and Elsie Larken were in Somerset shopping
Saturday. M.E. Fisher of Somerset was in town
Monday. Mrs. R.O. Lewis was purchased the Montague
property on French Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Heber Lewis will
occupy the house as soon as vacant. Misses Pearl
Bradshaw, Pauline Rakestraw and Louise McKnight were in
Somerset shopping Saturday. Miss Irene Kelsay left
Monday night for Ashville, N.C., for her health.
Mrs. J.H. Selvidge and Mrs. G. McWhorter of Danville,
went with her. Miss Kelsay has been confined to her
room for some time and her many friends hope the new
climate will restore her health. Miss Louetta
Greeno entertained a number of her friends to a George
Washington birthday party Tuesday evening. A
delightful evening was enjoyed. Miss Nell Stringer
of Shelbyville was the guest of Mrs. J.H. Parrigin last
week. Mr. J.F. Tuttle and daughter, Miss Ethel,
were called up to Mill Springs on account of the illness
and death of Mr. Tuttle's mother. Their many
friends extend sympathy.
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