Shiloh News

The Bernice News-JournalThursday, January 21, 1960 In the absence of Bro. Copeland who preached Sunday at Southside Church, Minden, the pulpit was filled Sunday morning by Mr. Jurd Stewart, Union Parish Sheriff, and by Mr. James Graves, principal of Bernice High School, Sunday evening. Both men ably brought a message appreciated and enjoyed by those … Continue reading Shiloh News

Pisgah News

The Bernice News-JournalThursday, January 21, 1960 Our Pastor, Bro. James Watkins, brought an inspiring message Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitzgerald and children of Shreveport and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Welch, Jr. and children of Weldon visited in the home of their parents, Mr.and Mrs. Victor Tabor, Sanday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson and … Continue reading Pisgah News

Mt. Sterling News

The Bernice News-JournalThursday, January 21, 1960 Little Dena Holman, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Holman, is home from the Homer hospital and doing fine. Mrs. Bobby Gene Kelley and son, Allan, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Green, Thursday, accompanied by her grandmother, Mrs. Susie Green, who is visiting her. Mr. and … Continue reading Mt. Sterling News

Pine Grove News

The Bernice JournalOctober 24, 1929 Miss Irene Weldon spent Sunday with Misses Sibyl and Cecil Patterson. Miss Thelma McCuller spent the week end at home. Mesdames Elza Grafton, J. H. Gray, W. H. Heard visited Mrs. Melton Heard Monday. Miss Norene Strickland spent the week end at Hico. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCall, Mrs. Jim … Continue reading Pine Grove News

Spearsville School

The Bernice JournalOctober 3, 1929 General Reporter, Maxine8th Grade, Fannie Peal Terrell9th Grade, Joe Carroll10th Grade, Burton Risinger11th Grade, Mary Elizabeth Carroll GENERAL SCHOOL NEWS The people of Spearsville are very much interested in the community fair which is to be held at the Spearsville High School on October the twenty first. It will be … Continue reading Spearsville School

Pine Grove News

The Bernice JournalOctober 3, 1929 Rev. Moore filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Mr. G. W. Newton and several friends, of Ansley, attended church Sunday. Come again. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Patterson, Mr. J. F. McCall and family, motored to El Dorado and Mt. Holly Sunday. Mr. Fae Patterson joined them in El Dorado. … Continue reading Pine Grove News

District Court

The Bernice JournalOctober 3, 1929 The Third District Court in and for Union Parish, convened in regular September term at the Court House in Farmerville on Monday morning, September 16th, at 10 o'clock. Regular officers were present. The Grand Jury was duly empaneled and charged. The following cases were disposed of during the week. Frost … Continue reading District Court

Bernice Local News

The Bernice JournalSeptember 26, 1929 Everett Association The Everett Baptist Association was in annual session at Spearsville Baptist Church last Friday and Saturday. After the house was called to order, the organization was perfected by electing Rev. Clete Smith, moderator, and moderator and Mr. W. W. Rockett, clerk. The next meeting will be held with … Continue reading Bernice Local News

Lillie News

The Bernice JournalSeptember 19, 1929 Mrs. A. L. Ponder attended the funeral of Mrs. Kinnard in El Dorado last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nelson were El Dorado visitors Friday. Mrs. Chester Bevins of Vienna, was home for a few days last week. Mrs. Hunt had as her guests Sunday, M. S. Nicklas and … Continue reading Lillie News

From Point

The GazetteMarch 14, 1906 Will try to write again and tell you all how the Point country is improving. We had two runaways this week, a pair of mules ran away with an empty wagon on Wednesday while the driver was eating his dinner, the result, of which, was a torn-up wagon. On Thursday another team … Continue reading From Point

Ouachita Items

The GazetteMarch 14, 1906 Gentle spring will soon smile away stern winter and cover the earth with her green carpeting, and from most every home in our village the breath of flowers perfumes the air. While the unfading evergreen that has robbed winter of her chill still twines around some of the very and as. … Continue reading Ouachita Items