The Bernice Journal
June 20, 1929
Rev. Guthrie of El Dorado was here for his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday giving three splendid sermons. Mrs. Guthrie came for Saturday’s service.
Mr. and Mrs. John Malon Farrar had her mother and father Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Bernice with them Sunday.
Mrs. J. S. Farrar is visiting relatives in Nashville, Ark.
Mr. Ottis Henderson has been home for several weeks but returns this week to Welch, where he teaches again this fall.
Messrs. Jack Farrar and Alfred Clingan went to Vienna Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bevins of Vienna spent Sunday with home folks.
Miss Margarite Lowery spent last week in El Dorado.
Mr. J. C. White and daughter Miss Rubie of Bernice were Sunday visitors here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Nicklas of El Dorado spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. J. W. Hunt.
Miss Sallie Nelson spent the week-end with relatives near Spearsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Boon Farrar and family of Bernice were visitors here Sunday.
Miss Katherine Cherry of Taylor was by here Sunday to see friends.
C. C. Nelson left Friday for Houston, Texas to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Nelson had with them one day last week, Allen Castleberry of Santa Rosa, Tex., and Mrs. Joe McDonald and children of Houston.
Mrs. G. B. Wise and children of Junction City were visitors here Friday.
Mrs. A. L. Ponder and Mrs. G. D. Hardin of Junction City were visitors here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Nelson of Ruston were Monday visitors in the home of his father S. E. Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Breazeal, Miss Lois Breazeal and Mrs. C. L. Melson attended the “Singing Fool” in Ruston Monday afternoon.
J. E. Butler was a business visitor in Junction City Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cook went to Bernice Monday.
Mr. Dallas Goss left last week for several weeks study of music in Cincinnati, Ohio.