The Bernice Journal
March 28, 1929
Miss Marguerette Lowrey, of Lillie was the week end guest of Miss Ruth Peppers.
Little Melba Gene Allred, age three years one month and 22 days, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Allred, died, March 22 of pneumonia, in a hospital in El Dorado. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. M. V. Burns. The little body was laid to rest in Pine Grove cemetery Wednesday afternoon.
NOTICE. For all kinds of heavy or light draying see H. G. Thurman.
Niemeyer – Flurry
Thursday after noon at the Court House in Eldorado, Mr. Glen Niemeyer and Miss Agnes Flurry were united in marriage. We wish these young people a happy married life.
Porter – Barham
Mr. Lee Porter and Miss Clara Barham were united in marriage Friday, March 15th., at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Carroll
Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Lois Kinard of Summerfield were here shopping Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Pickens and children, of Farmerville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Carroll, Sunday.
Mrs. George W. Hollis of Farmerville died at her home Sunday night.
Messers T. M. and J. C. Kent were called to Arcadia Monday on account of the death of their father.
Mr. Otho Phillips and sisters, Misses Maude and Gladys visited their brother Mr. Grady Phillips and family at Norphlet, Sunday.
P. T. A. Meeting
Wednesday after noon at 3:30 is the date for the regular meeting of P. T. A. Every member and those who should be members are urged to attend and help to make the P. T. A. a success Publicity Committee.
For Sale – Big Stran thorough bred Rhode Island Red eggs at $1.00 per setting. Mr. R. W. Patterson
Mrs. Crump of Homer, visited friends here Sunday.
Mrs. M. K. White and daughter, Miss Bankle, of Lillie, spent Sunday here with her son, Mr. J. C. White and family.
Miss Mary Wainwright of Farmerville, spent the week end here with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Goyne and Little daughter, Rosa Lee, of Fairbanks, visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Williams of Junction City spent Sunday here with Mrs. Williams parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adcock.
Mr. Sam Green and family of Haynesville, visited relatives here Sunday.
There was a good attendance of the W. M. S. business meeting held at the Baptist church Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Maude S. Moore of Monroe, spent the week end with her parents, mr. and Mrs. M. A. Talbot.
Mr. Russell Mechum of Wizner, and Miss Hazel Oden of Shreveport, were guests of Mr. George Grafton, Sunday.
It is sometimes hard to love a man who loves his enemies too vociferously.
Mr. J. D. Donnelley is able to be on the streets after being confined to his room for the past two weeks.
Mrs. R. B. Shelton of Ruston, was a visitor here Tuesday.
Mrs. J. D. Green visited in Monroe Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Colvin visited their daughter, Mrs. Andrews, in Monroe, Sunday.
Miss Flora Green of Dubach, was the week end guest of Mrs. Walter Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Williams of Junction City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Odom.
Miss Lucille Key is sales lady at Talbots New Store.
Mrs. W. L. Odom is on sick list.
Mrs. W. R. Lynn is confined to her bed with an attack of flu.
Mrs. M. L. Bennett and Mrs. L. N. Nicklas, were visitors in El Dorado, Monday.
Are you tired working for the other fellow? If so, I can advise you regarding a profitable and permanent business of your own selling Rawleigh’s Products to farmers in East Union County. Call and see me personally at once. J. B. Phillips, Bernice, La.