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The Somerset Journal-The Oldest Democratic Newspaper in the Mountains of Kentucky
Genealogical Information Is Desired on
the following Boyd's who lived in
Pulaski County about the dates mentioned below:
James Boyd, Sr., (wife Millie) 1818
William Boyd, (wife Susannah) 1810
Robert Boyd, 1803
Robert Boyd, (wife Delia) 1828
James Boyd, Jr., 1813
John B. Boyd, (wife Margaret) 1811
John Boyd, (wife Nancy) 1809
Willis M. Boyd, Adairsville, Georgia.
Killed In Auto Accident. Mr. Morey Jackson, thirty years of age, son-in-law
of Mr. James Dunn of this city, was killed in an auto accident at
Parkersburg, W.Va., last Sunday. No particulars of the accident had been
learned at this writing. Mrs. Dunn attended the funeral Tuesday.
Carr Elected. Mr. George Carr, star of last year's high school football
squad, was election captain of the 1920 eleven at a meeting held Monday
afternoon. The boys are full of pep and are putting in about two hours of
hard practice every day. Captain Dexheimer is very much pleased with the
prospects for a winning team.
Work Started. Work started this week on the approach to the Pitman Creek
Bridge and Judge Tartar says that it will be ready for traffic by the 15th of
October. The road to the bridge will also be worked. This will be good news
to the people of Burnside and also to Somerset citizens who have been urging
the completion of this work for some time.
Are Installing New Machine. The Citizens National Bank has installed a new
Burrough Duplex adding machine, the very latest and most complete adding
machine on the market. The machine is operated by electricity, likewise
their posting machine. This new machine is a wonder worker and does most
everything but talk.
For Sale. One pair of young mules, 3 and 4 years of age. Apply to M.R.
Lost. Pair of shell rim nose glasses in case. Return to O.W. Swaim and
Wanted. To buy six Jersey heifer calves, 4 to 6 months old. H.C. Kennedy.
Service Station. The Standard Oil Company has put in a new service station
at Burnside in order to more conveniently accommodate their customers.
The Somerset School of Business opened this week for the fall term with a
good attendance. This school has turned out some splendid typists,
bookkeepers and stenographers. Prof. Pegg is conducting a good school.
J.R. Setzer, who was shot accidentally by his brother while squirrel hunting,
was brought to the hospital and had the shot removed.
James Godby, son of Murcelli Godby, was brought to the hospital with typhoid
Mrs. Josiah Tartar was operated on Tuesday for cystic tumor and is getting
Mrs. Ira Padgett who was operated on last week has recovered sufficiently to
be removed other home.
Miss Mary Martin returned to her home last Friday.
Mrs. Lester who was operated on last week is getting along nicely.
Audrey Silvers who had his foot mashed at the shops on Monday is getting
Messrs Royce Flippin and William Hubble were down from Centre College the
first of the week.
Mr. Max McEwin left this week for Westminster College, Fulton, Mo.
Miss Nell Crawford left this week for Frankfort where she will teach this
Miss Mable Gooch has returned to Washington City after a visit with her
father for ten days.
Harry Higgins has gone to Akron, Ohio, where he has accepted a splendid
position with the Goodrich Tire Co.
Miss Mary Welch is spending several days in Lexington.
Mrs. Donnely of Springfield, O., is the guest of her son, Joe Donnely.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cundiff of Danville have returned home after a visit with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. Hardgrove.
Mrs. Claude Catron and little daughter Louellen of East. St. Louis, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Catron on Griffin Ave.
Miss Ada Gover who has been individual bookkeeper at the Citizens National
Bank, resigned this week and will leave soon for her home in Iowa.
Rev. J.J. Haley of California, noted Christian minister, author and traveler,
is visiting his kinsmen, Mr. M.C. Williams, this week. Rev. Haley was born
in Rockcastle County. Fifty-One years ago he graduated from Transylvania
College, Lexington, Ky., and in a short time after that left for Australia
where he remained eleven years. Before returning to the States he preached
several years in England. Rev. Haley married a sister of Champ Clark.
Misses Bess Crawford and Mozello Vaught left Monday to enter Hamilton
College, Lexington, Ky.
Miss Fostine Cooper will enter the Cathedral School in Washington City,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Waddle have returned from Frankfort where they were
guests of friends for a weekend party on the Kentucky river.
Miss Jessie York who has been taking a course in nursing at the Norton
Infirmary of Louisville, Ky., is at home for a visit with her parents.
John H. Williams left Wednesday for Washington, D.C., to resume his studies
at George Washington University.
Mr. John Slessinger spent last Monday in Lexington and attended the Jewish
holiday services. He says he heard a splendid sermon.
James Williams will leave today to begin his sophomore year at State
Mr. T.E. Jasper and family are in Louisville this week taking in the state
Sam Adams will leave this week to enter State University at Lexington.
Miss Bertha Wolfe has returned to Washington after a visit with the family of
Mr. J.M. Roberts and daughter Miss Bert spent last Sunday and Monday in
Morris Harkins was in Lexington Monday on business.
Delno Wilson returned Monday from Cincinnati where he spent several days on
Mrs. A. Lovett made a brief business trip to Lexington Monday.
Miss Sarah Tibbals has a splendid position in the Louisville city schools.
Dr. S.O. Eads of Decatur, Ill., a former Pulaskian, is spending several days
with relatives. He came to Kentucky to put his son in the school at Danville
and decided to run down and see his friends. He brings the news that Dr.
Trimble has established a nice practice in his new home and is getting along
Mr. and Mrs. George Bertram of Asheville, N.C., are spending several days
with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Basham spent several days in Louisville last week where Mr.
Basham attended the meeting of the Kentucky Bankers Association.
Misses Ate Lee, Marguerette Cooper and Mary Bell Pettus left this week to
enter school at Georgetown College.
Edward Gover left Monday for Georgetown College where hw will go to school
George James Sallee has entered Centre College, Danville, for the year.
Miss Bertis Owens is enjoying a vacation from her duties at the Gainesboro
Miss Elizabeth Stone is taking a vacation this week and Miss Addington is
working in her place at the Main St. Garage.
Jason Lawhorn has returned from a trip to Dayton and Tiffin, Ohio, where he
visited relatives. While gone Jason visited the flying machine plants in
Dayton and it is rumored that he is thinking of buying one to use in
traveling from Somerset to his country home.
Master Mechanic J.A. Cassada has been in Washington City this week in
conference with the Southern Railway officials.
General Superintendent W.T. Caldwell was in the city Monday making necessary
arrangements for the moving of the railroad offices from Danville to
Mrs. Cleo W. Brown returned to Somerset today after accompanying her son,
Col. J.M. Brown, as far as Cincinnati on his way back to England.
Misses Barthenia Sallee and Fostine Cooper motored to Campbellsville
Wednesday to attend the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Buckner.
County Agent W.C. Wilson is attending the State Fair at Louisville this week.
Mr. Joe Donnelly is confined to his apartment with a very bad foot which was
injured at the shops last week.
Prof. R.S. Eubank of Lexington, editor of the Southern School Journal, spent
several days in Somerset attending the Institute. Prof. Eubank has many
friends here who are always glad to see him.
Col. Sam Owens of Hustonville was in the city Tuesday making arrangements to
conduct a sale here on the 28th.
Mrs. D.N. Young of Somerset, Ky., who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs.
C.C. Kridler, and Mr. and Mrs. R.L. McPheron, left Friday for Pratt, Kan.,
where she will visit before going home. Mrs. Kridler accompanied her to
Pratt. McAllister (Okla.) News.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Yates of Somerset came down last week for a couple of days at
the Griffith Hotel. On Sunday they attended the ball game at Nicholasville,
Mr. Yates holding down first base for the Nicholasville team . Miss Bert
Roberts came into town for a little talk with Mr. Henderson on Wednesday and
brought her little brother, Jim, with her. They left the same afternoon Mr.
and Mrs. Brinkley Barnett have come down from Chicago to spend a few days
with W.A. Kinne before Mr. Barnett takes his place as an instructor at
Kentucky State University - McCreary County Record.
Lieut. Col. J.M. McKenzie Brown, of the British Army, an old Centre man, '07,
was the guest of Mr. Jake Bethurum yesterday en route to London, England.
W.A. Moore will leave next week for New York and Baltimore to purchase fall
goods for his store.
Mrs. Walter R. Pettus and family returned Tuesday to their home at Washington
after accompanying the body of her husband to Somerset for burial.
Mrs. S.A. Owens has gone to Washington, D.C., to visit her son, Carroll.
Burnside. Revival services will begin at Christian Church Monday evening,
Sept. 13. Rev. C.B. Holden, of Berea, Ky., will conduct the services,
everyone invited to attend .. Burnside boys played Monticello on Wednesday
afternoon; score was 16 to 2 in favor of Burnside. Our boys are playing some
ball Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Heath and daughter Joe Heath and Miss Ruth Harvey
motored to Monticello Wednesday afternoon to see the ball game .. Mr. and
Mrs. J.M. Loyd and Miss Ruth Harvey were in Somerset shopping on Tuesday
Miss Marjorie Thompson of Wellington, O., has accepted a position as
bookkeeper for Huffman Bros. Veneer Co. Mrs. Normal Taylor and sons and
Mrs. A.C. French have retuned after a delightful vacation at Cedar Point
Mr. Tom Fagaly is home from Mill Springs this week .. There will be no school
this week as our teachers are going to attend institute in Somerset Mr. and
Mrs. G.C. Nunn have returned from a visit in Lexington and Stanford Mrs.
Dump Carter who is ill at the Gamblin hospital is improving .. Norman I.
Taylor was in Lebanon and Junction City last week on business Mrs. W.S.
Hanley of Bogalusa, La., is the attractive guest of her sister, Mrs. G.N.
Fagaly Mrs. G.N. Fagaly gave a picnic Saturday afternoon in honor of her
guest Mrs. W.S. Hanley Mrs. Karl W. Kudell and little son of Norwood, Ohio,
are spending the week with her husband at the Seven Gables Hotel .. Mrs. N.D.
Stigall and daughters are home after a delightful visited with relatives in
Cincinnati .. Mr. Tom Fagaly and sister spent Friday in Monticello taking in
the fair Mrs. C.C. Greeno and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carey Fagaly, Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Fagaly and Norman Taylor motored to Monticello Thursday Miss Donna
Philippi is in Lexington buying more fall hats J.H. Vanhook was called to
Elixir Springs Friday on account of the illness of his daughter Miss Ollie
Crow Vanhook Misses Effie and Gus Rankin, Tom Fagaly and Graham Davidson
attended Miss Edna Rankin's weekend house party at Steubenville Misses
Stella Thurston and Willie Perdue spent Sunday evening in Monticello Mr.
Harry Gundle was in Somerset Saturday evening .. J.J. Crutcher is spending
his vacation with home folks in Wilmore, Ky. Miss Effie Rankin leaves this
week for a trip to Washington and other Eastern points L.M. Cheely returned
Sunday from an extended visit with his brother in St. Paul, Minn. Coleman
Maze leaves Friday for New York City, where he will spend his vacation Mrs.
Mattie Hamill spent part of last week in Somerset Mrs. B.J. Bethurum of
Somerset was the guest of Mrs. R.O. Lewis Monday afternoon .. Miss Elizabeth
Allen, Miss Marjorie Thompson and Mr. Stevick drove to Monticello Sunday
afternoon .. Mrs. Lum Harvey and family visited Mrs. J.M. Loyd Wednesday and
Thursday of last week Russell Dudley was in Somerset Monday on business.
Beech Grove. Revs. Roberson and Burden closed their meeting at this place
Sunday night Carthel Abbott and Tilburn Hall visited at Ross Phelps Sunday
Mrs. Flossie Phelps and son Jewel spent Saturday night with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Abbott, of Somerset Mary Phelps visited her brother Ross
Phelps Friday Mrs. Ellen Taylor and granddaughter Mae visited at Worth
Taylor's one night last week Oliver Godby visited his parents Mr. and Mrs.
J.W. Godby Sunday Vandair Hodge and wife of Somerset were the guests of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Worth Taylor Sunday Miss Ada Hines of Zion is visiting
her sister Mrs. Will West .. Miss Emma Hall spent last week with friends and
relatives here .. Stanly Wilson was the Sunday guest of Miss Dorothy Wesley
.. Dr. H.K. Fulkerson will lecture at the school house at 2:30 p.m., Friday,
Sept. 24th, on "Eyes of a Child." Parents expected.
Slate Branch. Rev. Abbott filed his regular appointment here Saturday and
Sunday .. Charlie Wright and family visited at White Oak Saturday night and
Sunday J.P. Hudson and family spent Sunday at Frank Shepherd's Mrs. Lucy
Lorton and Mrs. Janet Campbell spent Saturday night at Mollie Cundiff's
Frank Campbell and wife of Rossburg, Ohio, returned home Tuesday and were
accompanied by Jack Edwards .. John Johnson is on the sick list .. Miss Mary
Foster of Indiana is visiting her father here .. Frank Vaughn visited at
Delmar Saturday night and Sunday .. Mrs. Mollie Cundiff and daughter visited
Myrtle Smith Friday afternoon Willie Rainwater is visiting at Faubush.
Oak Hill. Miss Grace Frisbie is home again to attend the teachers institute
Mrs. Mary Waddle and daughters Georgia and Christine and Mae Frisbie visited
Miss Florence Wilson Monday afternoon Mrs. Nellie Burton and children
visited Mrs. Lula Frisbie Saturday afternoon Miss Mable Claunch visited
Mrs. Lula Frisbie one night last week Miss Ola Mayfield is visiting at Mrs.
George Tates .. James Tucker is home again visiting homefolks Clay Frisbie
is visiting is sister Mrs. I.F. Gholson of Spann, Ky. Mrs. Mattie Neeley
and daughters Angie and Christine spent Saturday night with Mrs. John Neeley
May Frisbie visited Mable Claunch Saturday evening Mrs. McKee and little
son Virgil left Sunday for Cincinnati where she will visit her daughter Mrs.
Noal Watson a few days.
Ansel. Mr. D.J. Owens and wife of Decatur, Ill., are visiting friends and
relatives here Gertie Wilson and children who have been visiting in
Detroit, have returned Misses Eura and Ruby Robbins, Mary and Martha Wilson
and Lillion Smith visited Mrs. J.D. Sipples Sunday Roy Cooper visited the
Smith boys Sunday .. Della and Irene Godby visited Hattie Wilson Saturday and
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Quinton visited G.S. Smith last week There will
be a contest singing at Sardis Sunday, September 19 Charley Elliott and
wife spent the weekend at Argyle.
Soules Chapel. The farmers are all trying to save their tobacco between
showers Mr. and Mrs. H. McClure visited at T.L. King's Sunday Mr. G.W.
Sears who has been confined to his bed for several weeks is still ill Born
to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Murphy, a boy Misses Nora Meece, Fannie Gragg and
Mr. John Yahnig went to Ringgold to attend the Beasley girls wedding Sunday
Mrs. Earl Dickerman and her sister, Mrs. Earl Dutton, spent the weekend in
Cincinnati shopping .. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Colyer, Lindsay Cundiff and Maud
McDowell motored to Monticello to the fair Wednesday Miss Nina Hines is at
home for the institute from Tateville Mr. Clyde Blevins called at H.H.
Jackson's Sunday Mrs. T.L. King was taken sudden with indigestion Saturday
but soon recovered .. Miss Lera Colyer spent Saturday night with her sister
Mrs. Vola Padgett .. Mrs. Kidd is having trouble losing her canned fruit ..
Mr. William Hughett visited Hugh Gover Sunday evening The Misses Helen and
Lillian Cundiff spent Sunday evening with Josephine Kidd Mrs. I.P. Harmon
is slowing improving from a broken collar bone Mr. Lindsay Cundiff spent
Saturday night with Taylor McGahan.
Valley Oak. Molasses making will be the order of the day in this vicinity
for a while Rev. Wesley closed his meeting at Fellowship Wednesday with
three additions to the church Isaac Boyles called on Miss Virgie Couch last
weekend Born to the wife of James Blanton, a boy, last week Tom
Buchanan and family visited relatives near Freedom, Saturday night Morton
Alsip and Lester Tye of Whitley County spent a part of last week at their
uncle's, H.H. Buchanan .. Wallace Phelps and wife visited at J.H. McKinney's
Sunday Stanley Farmer and wife spent Sunday with relatives near Hazeldell
Miss Lore Noe spent Saturday night at Millard Farmer's Elmer Randall who
is teaching school at Eubank was through here Sunday Misses Linda and Maud
Buchanan visited Miss Leona Griffin Sunday afternoon Sherman Randall and
Miss Mary Farmer were married Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Wesley officiating.
Their many friends wish for them a happy and useful life Misses Grace Couch
and Hessie and Flonie Miller will leave soon for Berea.
Oil Center. The revival closed at Fishing Creek Sunday night Mrs. Dick
Beasley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beasley visited at Minnie Lone's
Sunday P.H. Lane and sons Elmer and Harlan visited his brother A.F. Lane at
Wolf Creek Saturday night and Sunday we are glad to say that Mrs. Nannie
Ellis is rapidly improving Chester Ellis of Fishing Creek visited is mother
Mrs. James Ellis Sunday.
Singleton Town. Will Pumphrey and family and Edgar Wheeldon and family
visited at Everett Pumphrey's last Sunday There were quite a few visitors
at F.T. Singleton's Sunday Miss Deethia Singleton has been visiting for the
past week at M.N. Ingram's Everett Pumphrey had a peach peeling last Friday
night. There was a large crowd present Willie York and wife visited at H.
Singleton's Sunday Henry Singleton has been entertaining his friends and
neighbors with his watermelon patch for the past few weeks. Misses Ethie
and Exie Eubanks visited at Lewis Osborne's Wednesday S. Griffin visited at
Mark Riner's Sunday Miss Della Griffin visited at M. Anderson's Sunday
Sherod Eubanks and family visited at F.T. Singleton's Sunday Johnnie Boggs
had the misfortune of getting his dry house burned down which was almost
filled with fine fruit which was partly dried.
Floyd. Ovie Bishop and Elsie Young stole away to Tennessee a few days ago
and were married. We wish them much joy and happiness through life M.N.
Griffin and family called at Joe Bishop's Sunday Marshall Griffin is
improving at this writing W.H. Griffin of Lockland, Ohio, made a short
business trip here last week John Baston and daughter have returned from a
trip to Ohio and Indiana Edd Vaught and family visited here Sunday This
vicinity was shocked last Friday by the death of Delmer Blevins. Delmer was
killed while horse racing with his brother and two other friends. He was
buried in the Freedom cemetery Sam Harrington spent Sunday at Mack
Griffin's Mrs. Hazel Lee is improving Mollie Griffin has returned to
Lockland, Ohio Wm. Stevens is very ill Dewey Stevens is at the bedside
of his father .. Mrs. Roy Trivett has returned from Tennessee accompanied by
her father, Mr. Little.
Meece. Lawrence Farmer and Willie Hail went to Cincinnati last Sunday Geo.
Burchfield is conducting a singing class at Jugornot M.S. and Geo. Godby
visited at Somerset last week Mrs. Farmer of Somerset visited her father
last week E. Rodgers of Somerset visited at James Hail's Sunday Jacob
Jenkins and Margurette Hail were married last Thursday Mrs. Mary Gregory
and daughter of Somerset visited here last week James Hail, Jr., of
Illinois, has returned home after a visit here.
Clear Fork. Claude Griffin visited at Good Hope Friday night Mrs. S. Adams
is very ill Claud Griffin and wife have gone to Louisville to live Lucy
Hart is at Good Hope this week Clarence Griffin and family spent Sunday
with his mother Mr. Sharp and wife were called to Green County last week
James Nelson gave a peach peeling one night last week Clarence Griffin is
attending the institute.
Hogue. Everett Mullins has resigned as teacher at Center Post school and he
and his wife have gone to Detroit Goldie Richardson of Mt. Zion spent last
week with her sister here .. Alonzo Hagar and family visited James Randolph
Saturday and Sunday Rhetta Adams visited the Jasper girls Sunday night
Louida Dick is visiting at Beech Grove Aaron Cox entertained with a bean
hulling last Tuesday night Anna and Coletta Baugh spent Sunday at Dock
Dick's Mr. Lucas and family of Indiana are visiting relatives here .. The
son of Aaron Hendricks is improving.
Ringgold. Miss Annie McGahan is visiting her aunt Mrs. A. Kelly Miss
Audrey Rainwater of Waterloo is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Jasper Mr.
G.M. Dalton and two daughters spent Saturday night and Sunday in Piney Grove
The long courtship of Raymond McKee and Georgia Beasley, also Crawford
Mercer and Mamie Beasley was culminated by marriage Sunday afternoon at Mr.
P. Beasley's home at 2:30. We wish them a long and happy life Mr. W.H.
Carter and wife of Cain Town visited Mr. W.R. Jasper Saturday and Sunday ..
Mr. John Adams and family visited at Perk Stringer's Saturday night Miss
Hattie Jasper and Luther Baker visited at Mr. E. Padgett's Sunday . Rev.
Ashbrook filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday .. Miss
Della Owens spent Sunday night with her sister Mrs. J. Hill Mrs. C. Sawyer
and son Levi were in town shopping Saturday Mrs. A.T. Spears has been on
the sick list for some time and is better at this writing .. Mr. Simpson
Phelps and wife spent Sunday in Ringgold.
Elrod. Farmers are busy in this vicinity taking care of their tobacco
Oscar Sowders and wife visited Bob Catron's Sunday "Uncle" William
Gastineau spent Sunday night at W.H. Bumgardner's J.L. Bumgardner and
family visited at J.T. Randolph's Sunday Birtie O'Neal has returned home
from Cincinnati, Ohio .. Mrs. Ella Stevens visited her sister, Mrs. Jennie
Paynter on Thursday Otis Bumgardner has returned home from Dayton, Ohio
Henry and Seph Poynter visited the weekend at Crab Orchard "Aunt" Eveline
Price is reported better at this writing A revival meeting will begin at
Hazeldell on Thursday night Mr. Bell Edd Price of Indiana is visiting his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob Price G.W. Bumgardner visited Mr. Henry Davidson's
Cave Hill. Fred Thompson took Briery Class and went to Mt. Zion and sang
Sunday evening. All had a good singing and a good time .. Pie supper at Cave
Hill Friday night brought $32.75 to go to the school district. Pie sold for
ugliest man brought $9.50 and box candy for prettiest girl brought $11.50
Silas Wesley has sold his store to Jones Lawless .. There will be a preaching
next Sunday at Sardis and all day singing by three or four singing classes ..
Mrs. Harvey Beck is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever .. Elmer
Burton is down in bed with rheumatism.
Dykes. Charlie Phelps and wife of Akron, O., are visiting his parents Mr.
and Mrs. B.D. Phelps Mrs. Clifford Randall visited her mother Saturday and
Sunday Belle Hargis visited her sister Friday night Freeman Phelps and
wife are all smiles over the arrival of a new girl at their home Mina
Vanhook and children of Nebraska are visiting relatives here Derrell Phelps
and wife are visiting home folks Willie Phelps and wife visited G.R. Phelps
Thursday night G.R. Dykes is able to be out again .. P.F. Dykes of Somerset
visited G.R. Dykes Saturday night and Sunday.
Eubank. Rev. Reed filled his regular appointment at the Baptist Church
Mrs. J.R. Nelson returned home Saturday from Cincinnati .. Wade Spangler and
wife of Arcanum, Ohio, and Mrs. G.W. Spangler, of Crab Orchard, Ky., visited
his sister Mrs. E.L. Gooch last week Vera Lee has returned home Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Goff and little daughter spent a few days with parents here Frank
Estes and family are visiting relatives here Mrs. Willie Estes has returned
from a visit with relatives in Kansas and Louisville E.L. Gooch and family
motored to Crab Orchard, Ky., Sunday for the family reunion that was held at
Mrs. G.W. Spangler's Claud Hubble is with his mother, Mrs. Jas. Bryant, of
this place .. Miss Fay Gooch is with her relatives in Crab Orchard this week
as there is no school.
McKinney. Minnie Crawford is home to attend the teachers institute. Mrs.
O.A. Bishop is improving The singing failed to begin at Union Frank
Crawford is home from Dayton, Ohio Jewell Vaught and Laura Davidson have
left for Berea Geo. Hickman of South Carolina has been the guest of Elsie
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