January 11, 1939
Mr. R. W. Reech of Big Bend, Louisiana, visited his son, Mr. S. D. Reech, here last week.
Miss Hilda Fuller spent the week end with her mother at Bernice.
Miss Mimi Brown of Dermott, Arkansas, is the house guest of Miss Reita Hartman.
Mrs. Watson Durden and little son, Conrad, and Mrs. A. C. Gill of Ruston were guests of Mrs. Fred Preaus here Friday.
Miss Madelyn Waldrop of Haile spent the week end here with her sister, Mrs. W. C. Tugwell.
Friends of Col. W. C. Stewart regret that he has been ill for the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keller of Minden spent the week end here with Mrs. Keller’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Ramsey.
Mrs. J. D. Baughman spent Friday in Rayville with her daughters.
Miss Sallie Martin of Marion visited her sister, Mrs. R. A. Wilson Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dykes spent Friday in Delhi.
Mrs. Clarence Granberry and little daughter of Monroe are visiting her mother, Mrs. Stella Norris, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Odom of El Dorado have returned to their home here for a while.
Mrs. Lizzie Bell Lusk visited her mother, Mrs. Etta Goyne at Bernice Saturday.
Miss Irene Clark spent the past week end in Monroe with relatives.
Mrs. Emmett Maroney, Mrs. Gibson and Mrs. John Smith of Marion were visitors here Friday.
Rev. M. A. Treadwell has returned from a hospital in Monroe, where he has been for several days under medical treatment.
Friends of Mrs. Effie Slawson will regret to know that she is on the sick list this week.
Mrs. Lester Gaharan has returned to her home at Breaux Bridge after a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Fields.
Mr. T. T. Fields, who has been employed in Texas, is here visiting his wife and parents.
Mrs. M. L. Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson and Miss Maude Selig of Monroe visited relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. Clara Norris has returned from a visit with her brothers at Baton Rouge.
Mr. J. W. Albritton returned last Saturday to Tyler, Texas, where he is taking a commercial course. He has been visiting his mother of Mattie Albritton.
Mr. Wilson Albritton, Jr. spent the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Albritton. He has returned to L. S. U. to resume his studies.
Mr. Ollie Albritton of the CCC Camp at Winnfield spent the week end with his mother.
Mr. Ollie Albritton of the CCC Camp at Winnfield, son of Mrs. Mattie Albritton, and Miss Christine Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mann, were married on Saturday night, December 31.
WILL PAY STRAIGHT SALARY $35.00 per week, man or woman with auto, sell Egg Producer to farmers. Eureka Mfg. Col., East St. Louis, Ill.
We have little sympathy for the plaint of the fellow who is opposed to every actual necessary tax levied for support of his government and state. There is nothing fair about such a man. Every person who enjoys the benefits of government should be willing to pay his share of the taxes that such things cost.
An authority on parties advises hostesses that in seating the guests a bore should be seated next to a bore. What hostess, we ask you, would invite two bores to one party?