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

4H Club News

The GazetteFebruary 8, 1939 Spencer Club Monday, January 9th Mr. Kennedy and Miss Nelson came on 4-H Club day. Some of the members changed their projects. We took in new members. John Doss Rushing and Reginald Spencer gave a demonstration on milk, which we enjoyed very much. Mr. Kennedy also gave a demonstration on sweet … Continue reading 4H Club News

Linville Junior Homemarkers

The GazetteJanuary 11, 1939 The Linville Junior Homemakers met December 20 for the purpose of initiating the following new members: Ernestine Parks, Inez Nale, Lurlene Halsey, Nellie Brantley, Kathleen Pardue, Julia Ford, Edna Reppond, Gladys Brantley, Margaret Thomas, Marvis Thomas, Louise Reppond, Rubye Reppond, Rufaye Pardue, Myrtis Mitchel, Dot Malone, Ione Daye, Mary E. Crow, Kathryn … Continue reading Linville Junior Homemarkers


Author Unknown One of the first settlers of record in the area that became Union Parish was a Mr. Linville from North Carolina. The area was still owned by the Spanish, but the governor of the Louisiana Territory had sent letters to Kentucky, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama encouraging pioneer families to move … Continue reading Linville