Pan-Am Products Handled Locally

The GazetteOctober 5, 1939 The Green and Rabun Service Station, dealers in Pan-Am gasoline and products, located on the court square in Farmerville is one of the most attractive service stations in this area. They offer a modern efficient service to their patrons including guaranteed lubrication. They handle the finest in oil and accessories. Their … Continue reading Pan-Am Products Handled Locally

Marion Is Considered One Of Oldest Towns

The Gazette October 5, 1939 Town Named After County In Alabama Early Settlers Made Start At Present Site Another one of Union Parish's earliest settlements -- Marion -- was settled, named and developed by settlers from Alabama. Working their way back from Alabama Landing and the Ouachita River, these settlers are supposed to have stopped … Continue reading Marion Is Considered One Of Oldest Towns

Marriage

The Gazette January 9, 1901 Mr. T. H. Green and Miss Alice Busby were married at the home of the brides's mother, four miles from Bernice, at 6 pm, Wednesday night. Rev. Wm. Cooksey officiating. Mr. C. W. Bennett and Miss Molly Hardison were married at Pisgah on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. R. A. Watson officiating. … Continue reading Marriage