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The GazetteOctober 11, 1905 Editor Gazette: As I have a few idle moments I will write you again from Marion. Although we have but little news to impart. There is some sickness hereabout but we have been lucky so far in our little town, as we have few deaths to report. However, we had one death … Continue reading From Marion

Marion

The GazetteFebruary 1, 1939 Among the students from La. Tech at Ruston, home for midterm, who have returned to resume their studies were: Misses Ernestine Gulley, Emogene Maroney, Ellen Gulley and Herbert Wheelis. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ferguson, of Bernice, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gulley. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd … Continue reading Marion

Marion

The GazetteJanuary 25, 1939 There will be preaching services at the Methodist church here next Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. J. W. Thompson of Baton Rouge spent the week end with relatives here. Miss Norma Stewart left Sunday for Bastrop, where she will resume her duties in the Bastrop High school. Mr. and Mrs. Max … Continue reading Marion

Marion

The GazetteJanuary 18, 1939 Mr. and Mrs. Murray Green and children of Farmerville visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kyle and children of Alton were the weekend guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Watson of Monroe spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd K. Watson, Jr. spent the ween … Continue reading Marion

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The GazetteJanuary 11, 1939 Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Powell and Mrs. Alice Hopkins visited relatives in Mer Rouge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Edwards and Mrs. Emma Wheelis have returned to Rusk, Texas, after several days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kilpatrick of Farmerville were the Sunday guests of relatives here. Miss Reita … Continue reading From Marion