By Jon McKinnie Loch Lomond Landing (originally called Parker’s Landing, operated by John Parker established on the west bank of the Ouachita River ~1820), was one of the first settlements north of Monroe, if not the first. It was located at the junction of D’Loutre Bayou basin and Ouachita River in southeastern Union Parish. Early … Continue reading History of Rocky Branch Community
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4H Club News
The GazetteFebruary 15, 1939 Bernice Grammar 4-H Club The Bernice Grammar 4-H Club met February 7, 1939. The house was called to order by the president, the roll was called, and the minutes were read and adopted. Mr. Kennedy gave us our 4-H Club year books. He explained the contents of the book to us. … Continue reading 4H Club News
The GazetteJanuary 18, 1939 You are cordially invited to join our singing class each Saturday night. The purpose of these singings are not to vie with the other person for prominence, but to sing humbly, making melody in our hearts to God. Forth Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock Rev. B. F. Wallace, Superintendent of Louisiana Baptist … Continue reading Rocky Branch
Serenade and Gift Tree Featured at Rocky Branch
The GazetteJanuary 11, 1939 An enjoyable event of the holiday season was a program and gift tree given by the Sunday school pupils of Rocky Branch, under direction of Mrs. Myrtle Dodd. The program follows: Song, "Praise Him," directed by W. M. Pace.Prayer, by Elzie Howard.Origin of Giving, by Robbie Lee Pace.Song, "Hark, the Angels Sing" … Continue reading Serenade and Gift Tree Featured at Rocky Branch
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