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Somerset, Ky., Friday, March 18, 1921.
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|Sweeney's Chapel. Rev.
Wells filled his regular appointment Sunday morning,
announcing that the revival would begin the third Sunday
in this month. Brother Crough started a revival at
Union Sunday. Several from here have been
attending. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dykes are all smiles
over a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Hawk and family
spent Sunday at G.E. Vaught's. Miss Ethel Vaught
spent Saturday night with Gertrude Crough. Miss
Beulah Hubble entertained quite a number of friends
Saturday night with a party. Messrs Andy and
Marshall Jackson spent Saturday night with Mr. Lloyd
Hamilton and attended Miss Hubble's party. Miss
China Cundiff gave a social Friday night in honor of her
brother who has been in Chicago. Misses Gertrude
Crough and Ethel Vaught have accepted positions at the
Somerset knitting mills. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaught
spent Sunday at Brother Crough's. Herman Taylor
spent Saturday night with Mr. McKinley Cundiff.
Misses Verna Mae and Ruth Hubble spent Sunday with Miss
Evelyn Crow. Mr. Andy Jackson left Sunday for his
home in Indiana.
Tick Ridge. There is a ten days singing going on at Liberty. Mr. D.S. Wilson is the teacher. A large crowd attending. Mr. Henry Dick of Ingle visited Mr. Russ Wilson Saturday on business. Miss Claris Roberts of Faubush visited Miss Colutha and Francis Sayers. Mr. F.G. Sayers entertained the young folks with a singing Saturday night. Mr. Earl Tarter and V. Trimble of near Naomi were in this part Thursday buying hogs. Mr. Wm. Godby of near Danville, Ill., is visiting his aunt for a few weeks.
Todd. Mr. Wiley E. Acton visited his many friends at Eubank Sunday and attended singing at Cuba on his way home. Miss Susan Osborne was at Eva Acton's Monday evening. Mr. Walter Dodson, of Eubank, was at Woodstock Sunday to organize the B.Y.P.U. He stopped at Mrs. Acton's on his way home. Mr. Note Shelby did some veterinary work for Wiley Acton last week. Mr. W.E. Acton was in Somerset Tuesday on business.
|Valley Oak. Thomas
Eldridge and family have moved to the farm which they
purchased from John M. Bailey, near Plato, Ky. Mr.
Stevens our new merchant and postmaster, has brought in
lots of new goods and still buying more. M.C.
Jenkins purchased a grist mill from Stephen Gastineau and
moved it to his place. "Uncle" Henry
Jenkins is sick at this writing. Miss Mollie
Hansford spent Tuesday with relatives at Dahl. Mr.
T.M. Garner, who has been confined to his room with cold
for some time, is able to answer calls again. L.A.
Skidmore, Tom Price and Dock Farley were in Somerset on
business Saturday. Mrs. W.C. Wyrick spent Sunday
with her sister, Mrs. Sarah Speak of near Elrod.
John Eaton visited his brother, R. Eaton who is very low,
Sunday. Rev. John Keller preached at Pleasant View
school house Sunday. Misses Maud Buchanan and Eula
Hansford spent Tuesday night with the formers sister,
Mrs. D.B. Wyrick. J.D. Speak spent Sunday with his
uncle, W.C. Wyrick.
Velber. Mr. and Mrs.
Tyler Dye are visiting their daughter Mrs. Jane Roberts
this week. Miss Helen Irvine visited Miss Fannie
Vaught Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Compton and
family visited his sister, Mrs. Mary Gadberry, of Ware,
Sunday. Master Roy Eastham visited his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S.K. Baugh Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Blaine Eastham and family visited at John
Wesley's Sunday afternoon. Miss Myrtle Wesley is no
better at this writing.
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