Mr. Wm. H. Griffin of Lockland, Ohio, was in town last Saturday en route to his home after a visit to his former home near Eubank. Mr. Griffin says he likes Ohio fine. He is in the grocery business.
The Methodist Episcopal Sunday School held their annual picnic at Parkers Mill yesterday.
Mrs. W.F. Grinstead and daughter Mrs. Kathryn Saxby and her little daughter Jean of Louisville are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Nash on Hawkins Avenue and also visiting other friends in the city this week.
F.L. Davenport of Lexington was in Somerset the first of the week.
Mrs. J.C. Alcock of Danville was the guest of Mrs. R.E. Higgins Tuesday.
Mr. A.C. Day of Cleveland, Ohio, is spending several days in the city on
Messrs Hamilton Tap and Geo. Noe, Centre College students, working at Stearns during the summer, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Higgins.
Miss Barthenia Sallee entertained the Five Hundred Club Tuesday afternoon. The prize was won by Mrs. Neal Waddle. Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Morrow and children have returned form a delightful visit in Ohio.
Ed Moore has started the foundation for his pretty new home which he will build on Harvey Hill. He expects to have it ready for occupancy by October.
R.C. Hatfield accompanied by his brother Dr. A.A. Hatfield both of Danville, passed through Somerset Saturday en route to Russell Springs and Jabez to spend several days visiting relatives. R.C. Hatfield is a former Pulaskian.
Mrs. A.C. Schneider and little granddaughter have returned from a pleasant visit in Russell Springs, Ky.
Rev. T.J. Porter and daughter Miss Mary of Lebanon, Ky., are visiting the family of Dr. J.A. Bolin.
Miss Lucile Donahue of Danville is visiting Miss Marietta Farrell this week.
W.E. Difford manager of the Louisville branch of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., was in Somerset last week looking after the interest of his company in this territory.
Mrs. Bettie Moore and son Marvin of Corbin, who have been visiting Mrs. Effie
Benton and her mother, Mrs. M.J. Brooks, returned to their home last Saturday.
Miss Lula Haynes will return to her home in Covington, Ky., Sunday, after an extended visited with friends and relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Nash and little daughter Dorothy Lee, will leave today for Knoxville, Tenn., to visit his parents and other relatives.
Mr. T.D. Owens and family of Aurora, Ind., are visiting at the home of his brother, W.C. Owens, on Jasper St.
The Presbyterian Sunday School picnic, which was to have been held yesterday on Fishing Creek, was postponed until a later date.
Mrs. Chas. Kratzer and children arrived this week to join Mr. Kratzer who is employed at the Commonwealth office.
Harold Gillispie of Oneida, Tenn., is spending several days with friends in the city.
Judge B.J. Bethurum and Commonwealths Attorney Flippin left Saturday for Albany, where they are holding court.
Mrs. John P. Hill left Tuesday for Paintsville, Ky., where Mr. Hill will have
headquarters for several months.
C.H. Moore has returned from McMinnville, Tenn., where he has been on
Mr. and Mrs. Warren G. Hagood, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Davis on Oak St., have returned to their home at Corbin.
Mrs. Bettie Waddle of Louisville is visiting the family of J.E. Waddle.
Mrs. Mattie Hyde of Lexington is visiting Mrs. Ellen Tomlinson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Goodloe have returned from Elixer Springs.
Mrs. Floyd P. Gaines has returned to Washington, D.C., after a visit with her mother.
Sup't. C.M. Mitchell of the Southern Railway was in the city Monday for the day.
The many friends of Thos. Prather will be glad to know that he is getting along fine and will soon be able to be out. He was operated on last week at the Somerset Sanitarium.
Dr. Hiram S. Doolin left this week for a trip to Idaho, Yellow Stone National Park, California and other western points. He will be gone until August 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Buchanan returned Sunday from Elixer Springs.
Millard Hall and Mrs. Bettie Sloan came up Sunday from Oakdale, Tenn., to be with their mother Mrs. Lottie Hall who has been quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Kemper left last week for San Diego, Cal., after a visit with her parents Judge and Mrs. M.L. Jarvis.
Mr. and Mrs. Park Hines have returned from a visit to relatives at Connersville, Ind.
Mrs. Al Sears and children have returned from a visit to her parents at Mattoon, Ill.
Mrs. J.A. Boner and children of Glendive, Montana, arrived last week for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Slessinger.
Mrs. George Orwin and daughter Katherine have returned from an extended visit with relatives at Cumberland, Md.
Miss Ada Gover left Saturday for a two weeks visit in the West.
Mrs. Walter K. Pettus returned to Washington, D.C., Saturday after a two weeks visit with relatives here.
Judge J.S. Cooper and
son John motored to Monticello Monday on business.
Burnside. By Mrs. L.D. Nunn. Miss Vela Vaughn of Hustonville was the guest of Miss Elsie Rankin last week Dr. T.L. Gamblin has purchased the Academy Grove and will some time soon erect another hospital on a much larger scale than his present one Mrs. W.S. Phillippi, son and mother, Mrs. E.C. Rankin, have returned from an extended trip through the East A.R. Humble of Somerset was in town Thursday on business Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Shabe of Knoxville, Tenn., were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Davidson this weekend Miss Madge Guinn of Somerset has accepted a position with Hoffman Bros., Co. Wm. Dolby of Cincinnati was the guest of Geo. Parker Taylor last week J.J. Crutcher spent Sunday with relatives in Wilmore Dr. K.D.C. Watson of Somerset has moved his family here to make their home J.M. Perkins was in Somerset Saturday on business Steele Dudley, Geo. Parker Taylor and Wm. Dolby of Cincinnati left Wednesday for a two weeks camping at Camp Daniel Boone on Kentucky River Miss Irene Kelsay of Richmond is home for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hockett and son of El Paso, Texas, are the guests of the Dick, Denny and Vanhook families Mrs. John L. Burton and children are visiting in Lexington this week Miss Aline Bryant left Thursday for a visit in Danville The first meeting of the Union Services Sunday evening was enjoyed by a large crowed Chautauqua coming August 5-6-7th Jno. W. Bell of Blissville, Ark., was called home on account of the illness of his wife Mrs. Baker Grissom and son of Erlanger are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis at Seven Gables Hotel R.J. Shadoan left Monday for Elixer Springs to spend his vacation Mr. and Mrs. Morris Taylor of Danville were in town Sunday Miss Fannie Barnett of Erlanger is visiting friends here Mrs. L.M. True of Paris is spending 2 weeks with Mr. True at the Seven Gables Hotel Miss Anna Lee Young of Monticello was the guest of Mrs. J.M. Lloyd Tuesday Miss Vesta Halcomb has accepted a position as teacher in the primary department of the Science Hill school Mrs. W.M. Spradlin is very ill R.H. Halcomb has returned from a visit to his daughter in Indiana Mr. and Mrs. John Fulton are visiting relatives in Ohio J.N. Dillon spent the weekend here with his family Miss Vesta Halcomb was in Somerset Thursday Mrs. Lonnie Weston and children of New Castle, Ind., are visiting her parents here .. Mr. and Mrs. John Cabell and children have returned from Casey County J.W. Johnson and wife were in Somerset Thursday Little Irene Massey of Danville is visiting her grandmother Mrs. Bannon Mrs. Lizzie Evans was in Somerset Thursday Mrs. P.T. Gundle visited in Science Hill Thursday and Friday.
|Oak Hill. Miss Ova Casada
visited Grace Frisbie Sunday afternoon
and Oscar Casada took dinner with Clay Frisbie Sunday
John Dehart is visiting his sister Mrs. J.R.
Mrs. Charlie Mitchel and son, Bernard, of
Florida are visiting her parents, W.F. Massey and wife
Mae Frisbie was the guest of Edna Massey and
Mildred Barnett Saturday night and Sunday
Neeley returned home from Texas Friday
Burton and children were Sunday guests of her aunt, Mrs.
Carl Heinechie is suffering from blood
poison in his hand
Zona Casada spent Saturday
night and Sunday with her sister Mrs. Charlie Baker, of
Quince Neeley and family, Rendye Nicholas
and Bertha Neeley visited at John Neeley's Sunday
Miss Sallie Bryant and the Frisbie children visited Mrs.
Everett Gholson Sunday
Pat Jones and family
visited Mrs. Carl Heinechie Sunday
Marcum has been very ill
Mrs. Lucy Lorton and
grandson Milford Barnett visited Mrs. Lee Chestnut Sunday
Mrs. Linda Barnett and children and Mary Lorton
were guests of Mrs. Saufley Hammonds Sunday
opened here Monday with Francis Wilson and Maggie
Richardson as teachers.
Hogue. Howard Godby of Bethelridge, and Miss Ada Dick of Mangum were married here at A.J. Adam's Sunday by Rev. G.F. Thompson in the presence of a very large crowd. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Dick and Mr. Godby is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Godby. We wish them a long and happy life Mrs. Lona Snead and children of Mt. Hope visited her mother Mrs. Sallie Davis last week Miss Emma Spaw of Mangum spent Saturday night with Miss Malinda Adams School began here at Center Post last Monday with Mr. Everet Mullins as teacher Prince and Vera West visited their father Samuel West of Cave Hill Friday night Jake Coats of Tennessee spent Saturday with Martin Hays Rutherford Adams sold a heifer to C.C. Cain of Science Hill at seven cents per pound .. Mrs. Ester Hendricks and children visited her parents at Ansel the later part of last week Miss Lula Adams was a guest of her aunt Mrs. Frances Adams last Friday night .. Messrs Martin Hays and John F. Adams went to Cincinnati Sunday to find work.
Singleton Town. Mesdames Emit Neikirk and Bob Padgett visited Add Hubble last week P. Ellison visited Lottie Singleton Sunday M.N. Ingram visited Henry Singleton's Sunday N.B. Singleton was in Somerset last weekend Clinton Icard has gone to Erlanger, Ky.
Rev. Abbott preached at Slate Branch Sunday
Humble and wife visited their daughter here Saturday
night and Sunday
. Grant Taylor and family visited
Emcel Floyd Sunday
Arlie Tarter and Opal
Mayfieldattended the meeting at Delmar Sunday
Prather and family visited John James Sunday
School opened here Monday with Miss Lora Prather and Miss
Lillie Claunch of Somerset visited at Sallie Pointer's
Mesdames Martha Sowder and Ida Morgan
visited their sister Monday
Leona and Flonnie
Eldridge were in Somerset Saturday
Mary Farmer of
Valley Oak is visiting at E.H. Eldridge's this week
Rev. Meece attended Sunday school at Woodstock
Sunday .. Beulah and Corda Eldridge were the guests of
Mae Whitis Sunday
Mrs. A.J. Eldridge is very ill
School opened here Monday.
Margaret Denney of Bronston has been visiting her aunt
Mrs. C.D. Stigall
Mrs. Lum Harvey and children
spent the weekend in Burnside
D.S. Claunch and
wife, Pat Jones and wife visited at Carl Heinche's Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall spent Sunday at G.W.
Joe Claunch and family, Mabel and Thelma
Claunch called at Sam Cowan's Sunday
Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Leece of Ferguson spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mrs. Nan Gholson is visiting her son at
D.S. Claunch and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill White and Alex White visited E.S. Heaton Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gover and daughter and Lum
Harvey visited Sam Waddle Sunday
and family spent Saturday night with Jim Sears
E.S. Heaton visited Roby Eastridge one day last week
Julius and Charlie Buchanan spent Sunday night
with D.S. Claunch
Steve Cassada and wife, Dennis
Cassada and wife visited relatives here Sunday
Mrs. Wm. Hardgrove is visiting from Indiana .. School
opened here Monday with Odessa Powers as teacher.
Ringgold. A. Kelly and wife visited at W.R. Jasper's Sunday Homer Dye of Mintonville, spent Saturday night with relatives here Myrtle Keith spent the week with her mother .. Della Owens visited homefolks Sunday Lora Hinkle and Hattie Jasper attended church at West Somerset Sunday Ethel Spears spent Saturday night with her grandfather .. Mrs. Keith was in town Monday Maud Grubbs of Hustonville has been the guest of Mrs. A. Baker George Daulton and wife spent Sunday with Mrs. Fitzgerald at Somerset Mrs. Coomer visited Jim Childers' Saturday and Sunday Ruby Keith is spending the summer here and attending school Perk Stringer and family visited Tom Stringer Sunday Harry Girdler was in this vicinity Sunday John Jasper and wife visited W.R. Jasper's Saturday night.
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