Spearsville Happenings

Barbara WaltonDecember 22, 2011 I can hardly believe that a whole year has passed in such a hurry and we will be celebrating Christmas, once again, this week. Each year we promise ourselves that next year will be different; we'll start early and not let this last week overwhelm us - well, we did it … Continue reading Spearsville Happenings

How Nip-‘n-Tuck Got Its Post -Civil War Name

The GazetteOctober 8, 1992 "Nip-'n Tuck" is practically a household word in Union Parish, referring to the community east of Farmerville, Rocky Branch. An old story concerning the settlement's nick-name reveals that it was a slip of the tongue which tacked the odd name to it. During the time after the Civil War, Union Parish was … Continue reading How Nip-‘n-Tuck Got Its Post -Civil War Name

Family Feud

Erin AntleyOctober 2, 2020  The Hatfields and McCoy’s are probably the most famous family feud of all time but they hardly have the market cornered on feudin’. In fact, in the late 1800’s, there commenced a spat between two families in Marion that spilled blood into the dirt streets and went on for several years. … Continue reading Family Feud

Shiloh News

The Bernice JournalJune 12, 1930 Mrs. Webb Smith and Miss Lavinia visited Misses Tinne and Elvin Grafton Thursday afternoon. Mr. R. P. Ferguson and family visited their daughter in El Dorado last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goss were Junction City visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grafton of Camp Creek and Mr. and Mrs. … Continue reading Shiloh News

Shiloh News

The Bernice JournalJune 5, 1930 Mr. J. W. Grafton and family visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grafton of Camp Creek last week end. Mrs. C. F. Moore and children were guests of Mrs. Henry Smith, Jr. Sunday afternoon. Mesdames Fuller Evans and C. W. Holloway visited their father Mr. G. W. Beaird of … Continue reading Shiloh News

Pisgah Dots

The Bernice JournalJune 5, 1930 Miss Margie Flurry of Weldon was the guest of Misses Lucille and Elese Dendy, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. B. Z. Robinson and son LaVan visited Mr. S. L. Fitzgerald and family Sunday. Mr. Palmer Copeland visited his mother, Mrs. J. S. Copeland Saturday and Sunday. Miss Erma Robinson and … Continue reading Pisgah Dots