The Bernice Journal
January 23, 1930
Mrs. C. F. Moore and Miss Chloe Nutt visited Mrs. C. W. Holloway last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson were called Sunday to the bedside of their daughter Mrs. F. W. Burham of Beinville, who is quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Stone Harris visited Mr. W. E. Porter and family Sunday.
Those that went to see Melvin and Jack Moore the last few days were: Mrs. E . E. Buckley and son James, Mrs. E. E. Buckley and son James, Mrs. Essie Smith, W. J. Patrick, H. B. Moore, Fuller Evans, Clyde Moore and S. R. Nutt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Beaird visited the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Beaird Sunday.
Mr. S. B. Kelley have moved out about a mile south of town.
Mr. W. J. Patrick was the guest of Mrs. Henry Smith, Jr. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Holloway visited Mrs. C. F . Moore and family Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beaird are visiting their son, Mr. J. B. Beaird and family here this week.
Melvin and Jack Moore, who were badly cut and bruised when the school bus driven by Mr. Henry Smith overturned, are improving nicely.
Messrs. Merrill Nutt, Loys Futch, and Billy Grafton, were guests of Mr. Eugene Pearson Sunday.
Mrs. Minaree Johnson visited Mrs. Joe Moore Sunday.
Mrs. Tonway Smith visited Mrs. Tom Brooks Monday afternoon.
Mrs. J. M. Butler and Mrs. J. F. Smith were business visitors in Monroe Thursday.