Pfc. John Samuel Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams of Summerfield, La. Graduate of Bernice High. Entered Army in 1943. Trained at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and Ft. Bragg, N.C. Served in Africa, Germany, Korea and Okinawa. Awarded GC Medal, ETO Medal, and APO Ribbon. Discharged in 1946.
The GazetteOctober 5, 1939 G. E. Lindsey of Bernice has long been an active businessman in that section. Starting in 1901, Mr. Lindsey entered the mercantile business. He became associated with the firm of Gray, McDonald & Lindsey. In 1906, Gray dropped out of the firm and in 1908 the business became G. E. Lindsey … Continue reading G. E. Lindsey Has Five Gins Located In This Section
The Gazette November 30, 1898 Since writing last, Mrs. S. J. Hollis' son, Howard, had the misfortune of getting his leg broken by a loaded wagon. He is improving quite fast, so stated. Messrs. Benjamin and Robert Post, who reside near Lockhart, are expecting to move to Texas before many weeks. Mr. Isom Johnson, one … Continue reading From Spearsville
The Gazette August 24, 1898 Mr. J. K. (Polk) Ramsey and family, of Junction City, were in town visiting relatives since we wrote last. Prof. Mathews has located in the residence recently vacated by Prof. Mason. Mr. W. S. Spears went to Farmerville last Monday. Messrs. Sid and Will Rockett, who went to Texas about … Continue reading From Spearsville