The Bernice Journal
March 13, 1930
Messrs. J. E. Davis and Lee Faulkner arrived home Saturday from a visit at Hot Springs, Ark.
Mrs. L. P. Moreland is confined to her home on account of illness.
Mr. Van Odom left for Monroe this week where he has a position.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Turnage and Mrs. Webb of Farmerville were guests of Mrs. Tom Heard Sunday.
CANDIDATE FOR MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce to our readers that Mr. Seth Tanner has entered the race as a candidate for the office of marshal of Bernice. He solicits the vote of the citizens of the town and promises to perform the duties of the office to the best of his ability, treating all in a fair and impartial manner. We believe Mr. Tanner is well qualified in every way to hold the office to which he aspires and if you elect him marshal you will find him worthy of your confidence and support. The Democratic primary election will be on Tuesday, April 8th and we ask you to consider the candidate of Mr. Seth Tanner be the one you vote for.
FOR RENT. Two rooms for light house keeping. Mr.s J. M. Melton.
Revs. M. V. Burns and L. R. Morgan attended the preachers conference at Fellowship Tuesday.
Mrs. C. C. Colvin and children and Miss Leita Heard were guests of Mrs. H. C. Dikes at Farmerville, Sunday.
Don’t forget the Auction Sale Saturday afternoon at MILADY’S SHOPPE, Mrs. J. D. Green.
Misses Haver Ferguson, Zola Mae and Lorane Gresham, Messers. Virgie Barrett, John Newton Bowen, Howard Carlton and Mrs. Tom Johnson enjoyed an outing on Wingfield Lake last Sunday.
Mr. Jim Thaxton and family of Cotton Plant, Ark. have moved back to Bernice.
Mr. C. R. McGee, Mesdames R. W. Patterson and E. F. Welch have returned from the Rio Grand Valley and report a very enjoyable trip.
Mrs. Sadie Elhs has returned from a visit to her father at Waco, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lenham are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Denham this week end.
The quilting club will meet with Mrs. F. M. Fuller Thursday. Each of the members is requested to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Holland were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Farrar Sunday.
Garland Denham and Leon Garrison of Plain Dealing were in town Thursday and Friday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Webb, Wednesday, a daughter.
Mrs. Mattie Lou Fomby visited Mrs. B. G. Smith Wednesday.
Mrs. Nett Evans is visiting her daughter Mr. Bob Porter this week.
FOR SALE. Eggs for hatching S. C. R. I. Reds, 75c for 15. Mrs. W. C. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Miller were visitors in El Dorado Sunday.
Misses Alice Burns and Allegra Phillips attended the basketball tournament at Strong, Ark., Saturday.